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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 98 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1990




BSU pays off remainder of debt to SG Murphyfighting. ANALYSIS



Money from fundraisers allows group to make payments 18 months early
-
BSU's way so that the group can "continue to
By ANA ACLE
Alligator Writer "The goal of my administration gain deserved.the respect" we've never had but always

The Black Student Union paid off the$6,800 was to upgrade BSU's The BSU debt, Oliver said,has cast negative

debt it incurred last year earlier than expected image and pay off the debt to publicity on the group. Paying off early can put historyBy
a year and a half earlier.At the negative publicity behind it.
a Student Senate meeting Tuesday night, SG not to prove ourselves
Fundraising events, such as the state-wide
BSU President Roxy Oliver presented the re- BLAKE FONTENAY
maining $4,266.93 the group owed Student but to show the campus step show the group held last weekend, were Writer
Government."The the reason for the early payments, Oliver said. Alligator
debt has plagued BSU long enough," that we're a strong and via- She said about 3,000 students attended the When UF junior Michael Murphy
Oliver said as she announced that her paymenthad ble group. show,a precision dance and chants competition qualified to run for a Gaines
been handed in Tuesday afternoon at 2 among black Greeks. ville City Commission seat Jan. 26,

Roxy Oliver Oliver said her group is now ready to start some fellow students were ecstatic.
p.m.Senators Leaders of StudentGovernment's
applauded as Oliver left the room. BSU president mainstreaming with other organizations in Vision
"The goal of my administration was to up- hopes of creating better relations between BSU party quickly
grade BSU's image and pay off the debt to SG payment to $6,800.SG and all other student groups. endorsed Murphy,and Vision pres-
idential candidate Michael Browne
paid the speaker on the condition that
not to prove ourselves but to show the
Although she said there have been some predicted Murphy's candidacy
that we're a strong and viable group," BSU would pay back the debt in three equal
campus Oliver said Monday. payments and gave BSU deadline dates for each problems that SG has solved smoothly, Oliver would lead to "a new spirit of activ-
of those said she would like to clarify some previous ism" in the way students view local
BSU incurred a $10,100 debt when it over- payments.But
spent its budget for the 1987 Black History BSU managed to come through with the misunderstandings about payment deadlines: government.But
"All BSU didn't
along want senators to take a cen-
Month, and in 1988 when it signed a speakerfor first payment ahead of schedule.And what was "
the debt. We wanted tral
just some clarity. question
away ,
that year's Black History Month without first thought to be three payments,was paid off remains: Cp
telling SG finance leaders first. SG acceptedsome in two. Alligator writer Anthony Lederman contrib- Can he S
of the responsibility and reduced the Oliver said she wanted to get the debt out of uted to this report. win?

SEARCH CONTINUES Based on
I Ii
past history,
the answer is
no. MARCH 13

9h No one in-
F volved in local politics seems to
i n remember the last time a student
won a seat on the commission -
if it has ever happened at all. No
d t Y lasting records are kept at county
3 r S s election headquarters regardingthe
professions of former city com-
missioners.But .
401i I no student has ever run fora
district seat before.In .
the past, all of the city's resi-
.. dents elected five commissionersto
"at-large" seats. In 1988, the city
charter was revised. Three of the

e ..- five commissioners now are cho-
sen from individual districts while
two still are elected "at-large."
The District 3 seat that Murphy
seeks includes a precinct where
-':' ..Ylfr"IJiJ" students living on campus may
vote, another precinct that in-
cludes the apartment complexes
along Southwest 16th Avenue,and
much of southwest Gainesville.
Murphy hopes students will sup-
port him, but he isn't concedingany
votes in other parts of the
district.
s "Definitely, the students livingon
will be our main
campus peo-
.. ,
,, "
ple, Murphy said. "But I don't
want to write anything off. I'm
i $250,000
going to try very hard on the out-
side. I want to take away votes from
the other candidates."
Former City Commissioner Jean
SUZETTE COOK -ALLIGATOR Chalmers said he'll have to.
Patrick Sessions speaks to reporters during a news conference Tuesday at the Alachua County Sheriff's office. Sessions' And Chalmers knows something

daughter, Tiffany, disappeared Feb. 9, 1989 after leaving her Casablanca East condominium to go speed-walking. Despite about the subject. In 1973, while
months of investigation and several thousand phone tips, the former UF business student remains missing. Sessions is still a student at UF, she ran for a

offering a $250,000 reward for information leading to Tiffany's safe return. See related story, page 10. seat on the commission. After a

(31tp see Murphy page 8

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. : Teams must sign up Physicians HAPPENINGScavenging Clinic at Shands. Call nett Auditorium. Call Jonathan Black HistorySPOTLIGHT

for Friday's Chinese Club scavenger 3773070. Owen, 338-0017.
hunt by 8 tonight Call Tim, 377- Scratchboard: The Graphic and Against bigotry: The Coalition
5093. Scientific Illustrators Association Against Bigotry meets Thursday at 5
Vote: Student Government is hosts a free workshop on in Reitz Union Room B71. Call Guy

sponsoring a voter registration driveat scratchboard illustration Feb. 17 at 9 LaMothe, 376-5456.
Turlington Hall and the SG office. a.m. at the Center of Modern Art, Sailing away:The Gator Sail Club Frederick DouglasHe
Call Rob at 373-3659 or 392-1665. Sun Center. Materials are limited meets tonight at 8:45: in TurlingtonHall
Spirits:A representative of E. &J. and will be available on a first come Room L005. Call Rob, 3731566.
Gallo Winery will speak on market- basis. Call 373.5528 or 371-0054.() CARIBSA: The Carribbean Student was not only one of the greatest Americans,
ing contributions to the wine and Democrats: College Democratsmeet Association meets tonight at 7 colored or white, but he was one of the most inspiring
wine cooler industry tonight at 7 in tonight at 8 in Reitz Union in Computer Science Building Room figures in the entire history of the human race.
Reitz Union Room 361. Call Stephenson Room 121. Call 3956602. 121. Call Ann Marie Henry, 378-

3774884. Black History Month:James Has- 3871. Julia Wilson
COAR: Campus Organized kins, Brenda Wilkinson and Vivian No nets: The Falling Gators Black History Month
Against Rape meets today at 4 in Filer will speak at the Medical Skydive Club meets tonight at 6 in History Spotlight Director
Reitz Union Rooms 122.123 to plan Science Auditorium at Shands the Orange & Brew. Call 3361853.
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For kids' sake: Big BrothersBigSisters Triathletes: Florida Triathletesmeet Canoe and Rafting Club meets
Annual Bowl For Kids' Sake tonight at 8:30: in Florida Gym tonight at 6 in Turlington Hall Room
needs teams and pledges. The Room 216. Call 373-9853. 2346. Call 3956692.

fundraiser begins Feb. 18 at 11 a.m. Racing on two wheels: Team AIESEC:AIESEC meets tonight at onaessiNin .
Call Beth or Pam, 3752525. Florida Bicycle Racing Club meets 7:30: in the Business Building Room r-f44 LAB
Racquetball for a reason: Kappa tonight at 8 in Turlington Hall Room 103. Call 378-2984. compurinc '
Kappa Gamma's Racquetball For A 2305. Call 3733308. Black Student Union: BSU
Reason is Feb. 17 and 18 at Schnell English society: Michael Yeats presents the play, "For Colored We now offer
Courts. Cost, which includes two T- will speak today at 4 in the Fine Arts Girls," tonight at 8 in the Reitz Union
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says ciao UF, withdraws from school I

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By MIKE DAME Washington sports agent Bill Pollak, who would be the type of organization that would Word of Schintzius' possible move to
Alligator Staff Writer represents nine players in Italy, said want to bring Dwayne Schintzius aboard." Milan also has spread to the office of Warren
Schintzius would fit in nicelyat Schintzius, a finalist for the Legarie, a Los Angeles sports agent who
Former UF center Dwayne Schintzius Milan, the defending-but 1988 U.S. Olympic team, trav- represents several players in Europe.
seems to be making a quick transition from struggling Italian national eled to Europe that summer to Legarie was out of the country Tuesday, but
the amateur to the professional world of champions. compete with the U.S. Select his secretary, Gail Dagostino, said she has
athletics. "Milan has called me look- Team. But after coach Norm heard that Milan is interested in Schintzius.

The 7-foot-2 former Gator, who quit the ing for a player," said Pollak, Sloan and his staff were forcedto "(Schintzius) may be going to a tryout or
team Jan. 24, withdrew from UF last Friday who added he has not spokento resign Oct. 31, 1989, something like that, but I've heard of no
and is believed to be headed overseas to and does not represent Schintzius said he never consid- deals," Dagostino said.

play professionally, likely in Milan, Italy, Schintzius. "They're con- ered leaving the team to go to But Long Island, N.Y., sports agent Joe
according to sports agents who represent cerned about finishing high Europe because he did not like Glass, another representative of several
Americans playing in Europe. enough to get into the top playing on foreign soil. players in Europe, said he hasn't heard

Larry Fitzmorris, UF's assistant athletic level of the playoffs, and a .x "I thought about playing in Schintzius' name mentioned in Europe."I .
decision was made Thursday Italy or something,but I decided
director for student
services, said Schintziushas don't think that would be a good thing
left school and moved out of Yon Hall, night by Milan to actively reSchintzius against that"Schintzius told The for him to do anyway, but that's beside the
the athletes' dormitory. place one of its players."I Alligator in November."I was thinking about point," Glass said.Schintzius' .
everything I could do to get back at the
"Dwayne made a decision to withdraw negotiated the contract for (sevenyearNBA younger brother, Travis, a
school (for forcing Sloan to retire),but that'snot
from the university, and he went throughthe player) Mark lavaroni with the Milan in my best interest." freshman forward for UF, sparked the Eu-

proper procedures through Tigert team this year, and Mark got hurt, and they ropean discussion after practice Monday
(Hall)," Fitzmorris said. "I'm sure he's got replaced him with (nine-year NBA player) Among Pollak's clients is former UF when he said Dwayne was looking into the
advisers now telling him what to do." Earl Cureton," Pollak said. "But Cureton player Eugene McDowell,who plays in Tur- possibility of playing overseas, either in

Schintzius could not be reached for com- hasn't done the job. I'm very familiar with key. But Pollak said he has no idea what see Schintzius page 13
ment tuesday. the team and the people there, and Milan Schintzius' professional aspirations are.

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ACLU asks supportfor




Indian exhibitBy F R
dc. d=; <44k

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Willett said his < 'Y.B' t 0. ]
organization
GEOFF BOUCHER la .i 1Sap'ay
doesn't support the protesters or
Alligator Staff Writer
the museum. Instead they sup- V
The American Civil Liberties port the First Amendment."In ;

Union of Florida has thrown its this case there seems to bea
support behind an American In- whole position that is missing

dian group demanding its versionof from the discussion, and we think
history be included in a UF they should have the opportunityto

museum exhibit on Spanish ex- express their view," Willett
ploration. said.
Charles Willett, chairman of Museum spokeswoman Neddi

Gainesville's ACLU branch, Perez said a counter-exhibit
wrote an open letter to the UF could be arranged, but protesters

community Tuesday to garner would have to go through"proper
support for protesters who wantan "
university channels, which In-
exhibit of their own to display
clude a review by a museum com
along with First Encounters, a mittee. But Perez said the
depiction of early European expe- protesters don't have a strong <

ditions into the Caribbean. stance to set their exhibit around."I .
"The ACLU Chapter Board
ap- don't think her points have
peals to the faculty, students, and "
been valid, Perez said. "A
staff of the University of Floridato very E. ANN SIODDAHD
lot of them have been unclear and
support. request for 1,000 Michelle Diamond, facing, hugs Melanie Knapp after her student conduct hearing Tuesday.
square feet of space at the mu- some of the things she criticizedwere Diamond was arrested at a protest at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Knapp was also a
taken out of context.
seum to present a supplementary participant in the demonstration.Protester .
exhibit. which can then join Willett's letter took a legal ap-
Encounters' exhibit proach to getting the supplemental -
the 'First on faces conduct boarding
it's three-year tour," the letter exhibit when it quoted an
earlier ACLU letter, sent to In-

said.First Encounters kicked off a terim UF President Robert Bryanin Diamond won't know until at least and resisting arrest without

national tour at the Florida Mu- December. The passage says By DUANE MARSTELLER Thursday what it is, Judicial Af- violence, Hendon said.
seum of Natural History last AIM deserves equal access to the Alligator Writer fairs Dean Irene Stevens said.The But Diamond said she was

month, and is the work of mu- exhibit area because the museumis The UF freshman whom police secret recommendation will go to never ordered to get off the ship
seum director Peter Bennett.The legally "a public forum. But UF arrested in December for sittingin Student Services Dean James nor was she warned that she

exhibit, now in Tampa, will mark attorney Pam Bernard said the a boat to protest the "First Scott, who will then meet with would be arrested for trespassingif
the 500th anniversary of Christo- argument is off base. Encounters"exhibit at the Florida Diamond before making a deci she didn't get off the ship."I .

pher Columbus' historic voyageto 'The concept of equal time Museum of Natural History will sion. If she doesn't like Scott's was never told to get off the
America in 1492. But the Amer- does not apply in this case," Ber- find out Thursday whether she decision, Diamond can appeal to boat," Diamond said.

ican Indian Movement says it nard said. "There is no" political may be expelled from UF for her Student Affairs Vice President Art Diamond and Paul Finkelstein,
teaches the wrong lessons. statement being made. actions. Sandeen, Stevens said. another UF student arrested at

AIM leader Jan Eliot said the Bernard said there are three The Student Conduct Committee Diamond appeared calm duringthe the protest, also face criminal
exhibit's text includes phraseslike types of forums at UF public, decide 45-minute hearing at the Reitz charges in Alachua County court.
met Tuesday night to
"New World" and "Spanish limited and non-public. In public if Michelle Union and was backed by 15 sup- Finkelstein's trial is expected to
what
punishment, ,
discoverers," which insinuatethat forums, such as the Plaza of the L. Diamond should any receive for porters as UF called three start in two weeks, while

Indian culture did not exist Americas, people can "express climbing aboard a replica of Chris- witnesses against Diamond. Diamond's trial date has not been
the their views without inhibition.
before expeditions.
"When the racist and colonialist limited public forums, such as the topher Columbus' ship Dec. 11 to Those witnesses Graig set.
protest the museum's exhibit ofColumbus' Although the worst penalty Di-
Shaak the museum's associate director -
University Auditorium, ,
attitude of the dominating few expres-
the West- amond receive is
into can expulsionfrom
voyage and UF officers
become so institutionalized that sion is limited by format.In police
Protesters said UF Stevens said the student
ern Hemisphere. ,
Mark Hendon and Nick Konopka,
the historically oppressed peo- non-public forums, such as the exhibit was racist because it who arrested Diamond said probably will get a lesser punishment -
ples themselves fail to recognize classrooms and the museum, J
didn't show how poorly the Span- times
warned several to
these views as racist, this be- there "is no right, tradition or she was
comes another form of enslave- legality for open discussions ish treated native Indians. get off the exhibit but refused. "Usually with a case of this mag- |J

ment,"Eliot said in a news release which would interfere with the Although the conduct committee Police had no choice but to arrest nitude, we're not talking about |1
said. a recommendation, her and charge her with trespass- expulsion," Stevens said. *1Schintzius
)last. month.. .. . . . .education. . .process. .. w. ., .I Bernard. . ... ; agreed on



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BEIJING (UPI) China, ;its latest move to China currently spends'; more than"$414 a year on
lighten control on students,has adopted a tough policyon each college student, according to a recent official .NICHIFEB. SHOPPING
overseas study that requires all college graduates estimate, bringing the cost of four years of tuition to MODELS 9,6
to work five years before going abroad or face steep approximately $1,656 per student. d
fines, government sources said Tuesday. The sum is a fortune for the average college
Under the new policy, graduates who do not fulfill graduate, who makes well below the monthly $36 \)
the five-year work period in China must reimburse earned by workers.
their universities the full price of tuition for each year The new measure applies both to governmentsponsored .
short of the target, the sources said. and privately funded exchange students, the
The new regulation was passed during a meetinglast sources said.
month of the State Education Commission, which They said the required amount of tuition varies
oversees all educational matters. Sources knowledgeable according to different schools and in some cases could Let the Romance Begin!!
about government affairs said the commission reach a high of$4,761 per student.
issued the rule in a confidential document circulatedto The Chinese government is known to be distressedover
high-level officials. the increasingly large percentage of overseas
Contacted by telephone, a commission spokesman exchange students who choose to remain abroad.An :: ice Ladies C
denied the existence of the new measure. But the estimated 36,000 students studying in the United OJ.i:1 of k
sources said the policy, which has not yet been States may now legally extend their stays without f 1
announced, will take effect Feb. 10 and will apply to returning to China, according to an administrativeorder Alpha Omicron Pi f., (
China's two million college students. given by President Bush.The order is intended would like to congratulate .. -/
The measure is the latest in a number of moves to to protect students from possible persecution at home.
tighten control over college students since last China has not responded to Bush's order, althoughit our new sisters .
spring's student-led democracy movement, which warned sharply of"retaliation"if the U.S. Congress Kristi Abrahams Nikki Layman 1\\
spread nationwide. passed a bill containing the same provisions. The bill Duffy Anderson Jenny Leasure A/
After the brutal crackdown on the movement last was defeated two weeks ago by a narrow margin of Celaine Bauer Michelle Maconi 0
June that left hundreds and perhaps thousands dead, four votes in the Senate. Lynn Blizman Jennifer McBath c.
the government announced all would-be graduate Some sources say the Chinese government may Jennifer Carson Shannon McCormick
students must work for two years at "grassroots"levels have written off students now attending U.S. universities f Amy Cherry Julie McMahon !
before continuing their studies. as permanently indoctrinated by the West, Christii Cocco Ginger Mims '
Masters and doctoral students wishing to study making them risky sources of dissent should they Robin Corley April Murena
abroad within the five-year limit also will be requiredto return. Chrystelle Cuminal Kara Ozeki r 1/
reimburse their home institutions the full amountof "China may not want those students back at all," 1 Kristan David Carrie Packwood
tuition. said a Western diplomat in Beijing. Julie Dovn Jodi Pampel

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suspect,Jesus Humberto Vega, believed to bea Vega is not on the U.S.Justice Department's list of o Wendy Jardon Chani Wiggins
member of the infamous Medellin cartel that reportedly the 12 most wanted Colombian drug traffickers and Nobi Kahrs Jennifer Wilkins
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supplies 80 percent of the cocaine consumed in police did not say which U.S. state wants him. Michelle Lode
the United States, was nabbed by plainclothes agents Fourteen Colombians have been sent to the United 'We Love ;You!
Monday in Bogota. States to face trial since President Virgilio Barco go
When he was arrested,Vega had a chart containing re-established extradition to battle warring drug car A D 11
28 names of supposed associates, police said. The list tels last August.
was headed by Noriega,who surrendered to American Also on the drug front,El Tiempo reported that U.S.
forces following the invasion of Panama in Decemberand Ambassador Thomas McNamara told Interior Mini
is awaiting trial in Miami on drug trafficking ster Carlos Lemos Simmonds the United States is CONGRATULATIONSTO
charges. confident President Bush will be safe during his
The former dictator has long been suspected of five-hour visit to Colombia on Feb. 15. THE NEWSISTERS
working with Colombian drug organizations to Bush is to meet with the presidents of Colombia, K.. J
launder drug money and ferry cocaine from the Andesto Peru and Bolivia to devise an international strategy to '
the United States.A battle drug trafficking.The VIe
Bogota newspaper reported that this was the first president's trip has been haunted by press h OF '
time Colombian authorities had evidence linking reports the drug traffickers are planning to assassinate
Noriega and the Colombian cartels. him. Two weeks ago CBS reported the cartels were IA0Because
The chart also supposedly contained the names of plotting to shoot down the president's plane with SA-7 I
individuals and companies that ran processed cocaine shoulder-fired missiles as he arrived in Cartagena,the ,\\1 of You IiI
from Colombian clandestine laboratories through site of the summit Our Kite Soars j.l
Panama and Mexico to the U.S. border, El Tiempo \1
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. Fort Myers considered for new university II Kristen Andrea Nicole Barnette Barkett Babbitt Laura Courtney Terri Murchlnson! Morton Miller

FORT MYERS, Fla. (UPI) A state planning was established in 1974, and the student populationhas Stevie Beardon Julie Nelson
committee is considering severing the University of grown from 524 students to 1,100 last fall. Tamarah Bizzaro Laura Noble
South Florida from its Fort Myers campus and creat- To keep up with the growth, the Tampa university Theresa Denise Brager Clrrottl Stephanie Olah
Carmen Pachon
ing the state's 10th independent university, officials has been importing about 20 professors to the Fort Jennifer Coss Julia Pellecchia
said. Myers campus each week to support its junior- and Jill) Dallano Deanna Pope
"I think within five years,we'll have a viable popula- senior-level courses. Julie Daniels Stacy Scaglione
tion down here to support a four-year institution,"said Last year, it cost the school $157,000 in overtimepay Shannon Eggers Emily Shaeffer
Barbara Sherman, dean of the USF Fort Myers cam- for traveling teachers and $50,000 to haul them Patricia Nicole Foster Eskin( Havens Schatt
about 150 miles each Samantha Schweibish
pus.A way. Vanessa Creenston Meredith Singer
Denver consulting firm, Augenblick, Van de If projections of 100,000 new jobs created by 1995 Jennifer NinesStephanie Lisa Sterlts
Water and Associates, rated Fort Myers as the state's are accurate, Fort Myers could one day be a plum Howe Lisa Stoddard
top candidate for a university in a report released in location. Lisa HublJamiltin Kristine Strain
January. Meanwhile, local and state leaders want a separate Michelle Jackson Ruth Thompson
The state Postsecondary Education Planning Com- school. Cretchen Jungerman Johnson Jane VinciStephanie Vonarx
mission met Monday in Tampa to mull over the "You just can't pour that many people into an area (Krystal Kelso Carrie Watson
findings of the report and to consider the southwest without expanding educational programs," said state Michele Lafreniere Jennifer Whaley
Florida city as a viable site. Rep.Keith Arnold,D-Fort Myers."It's only logical thatif Meredith Christina MacLeod Amy Williamson
The city has mushroomed since the USF campus there's going to be a 10th university,that i it be here." Kelly McLain Martinez Jennifer Wilson



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I Vision fined $60 UF recycling program expands I


for tablecloths By NICOLE SNEED keep the program working efficiently."It's Blackmon said.
Alligator Writer a lot of work for the residents RenaBuchan.coordinatorof married
I Sanchez said. "They'll be happy once housing, said the small volume of
hung on six tables last week, After years of hassles with local the university is involved with the recycleable goods produced by the
ByJUDYA.PLtNKETTAlligator and commissioners voted to recycling companies, UF will be Including program." villages may have made them seem
Staff Writer fine the party $10 for each married housing residents in Sanchez said Tanglewood had prob- unprofitable to local companies.
Student Government elec- table. Vision vice presidential its paper recycling program,UF physical lems with local contractors and didn't
I tion officials Tuesday fined candidate Kevin Mayeux plant waste coordinator Al Krause have the resources to haul recycleable "They're not going to send some-
the Vision it had been col one out for$30 worth of recycleables
party $60 for fail expressed his exasperationat said.But garbage away once
to' UF only will pick not lected. had contracted Buchan said. "They have to pay for
ing register some of its the charges when commis- up paper, Tanglewood ,
campaign material. sioners announced their de- other recycleables such as glass or Expert Services two months ago to the people they send out.
The Election cision. plastic because the program only of- pick up its recycleable garbage be- Diamond Village resident manager
Commission Im- "We can't afford fers paper recycling. cause the load got too big to handle Tony Roig said his complex had to
posed the fine that," Mayeuxsaid. Krause said it hopes to pick up alone. stop recycling last month because
after Vision SGspring plastic in the future. Paper, he said, Last year while Sanchez was pregnant they couldn't find a company who
members admit At the end of the constitutes the greatest volume at UF. she and two other pregnant res- would pick up the recycleable materials -
ted they did not elections meeting, Crowley The other estimated 2,100 tons of idents hauled most of the load to local ,and the only resident with a truck
register table- 1990 asked commis- recycleables go to landfills at a cost of recycling companies."It didn't have time to haul the materials.
cloths that cov- sioners whetherthe $55 per ton. That figure doesn't in- was us three and two guys tryingto
ered their money reports clude the 4,700 tons of paper that the collect everything Sanchez said. Roig said Diamond Village also experienced
Gator Re-
campaign tables at the Reitz filed by parties should be new recycling program, which beganin "We just didn't have the facilities to problems with
Union and Turlington Hall. open to the public. Party of- August, picks up. do it enough trucks, or enough cycling.
Election rules state that all ficials filed their first reports And it may be weeks before physi- people." They always said 'yeah, we'll do it'
campaign materials must be Monday and are required to cal plant workers empty their first Sanchez said Tanglewood hired and then never show up," he said.
registered with Elections Su- file more next week.The re- paper bin from the married housing Gator Recycling, but the company They came twice, I think. But they
pervisorTim Crowley before ports list all contributions to resident parking lot. often would not show up to take the never came on time, and they never
they are distributed or used. the party accompanied by a "We're running into serious difficulty recycleables. came on schedule."
Larry Medvinsky, repre- copy of all bills paid by.the getting containers Krause said. They decided it wasn't worth their The that picks UF's
senting Vision, said his party party or on the party's be- "We had every intention of bringingin time Sanchez said. company Florida Central up Recycl-
recycleables,
did not register the cloths half. containers this week. We have virtually Gator Recycling Office manager Aubrey
ing,refused to take married housing'sloads
because students had not Commissioners chose not everything on hand. Blackmon said he dealt with the
because it says it doesn't pick
done so in past elections. to interpret the law and told For married housing residents who villages for about a year and called the up products, such as glass and news-
"They weren't campaign Crowley to take his questionto have been recycling for years, this is relationship a "comedy of errors," papers, that family housing throws
materials because they were the Board of Masters, welcome and overdue news. where sometimes he would be late or out.
just adornments SG's Supreme Court. Tanglewood resident Sandra San- there would be no one at the site to
Medvinsky said. "We went Crowley said he will try to chez, who started the recycling drivein help load the trucks."It The Waste Management Act of
under that assumption. submit the question to the Tanglewood two years ago, said just didn't work out for us or for 1988 requires UF to reduce its solid
The tablecloths were board today. there are not enough volunteers to them so we just backed out of it," waste to 30 percent by 1995.

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Rep. David Flagg butt, D-Gainesville billState introduced a bill *

to the Legislature last week that he hopes would ban 4STfL

smoking anywhere on any inch of campus. In an ideal

world, we'd love it if no one smoked but people do. A

And some even enjoy it. l it short to \
Banning smoking on campus would not be unconstitu-
[ time ftr a few bpws... I
tional. The state can prohibit other forms of addictive

drugs, including alcohol, Flagg says, so they can ban
smoking any way they please. But a total smoking ban
would infringe and unreasonably hamper a person's in-
dividual right to smoke.

We think smoking is a terrible habit and although i

many smokers say the same thing, we cannot support
government regulation of human weaknesses. UF and Stu-
dent Government officials were successful in getting

cigarette vending machines off campus and in banning

smoking in campus cafeterias. Those restrictions were ra- Ra ing \t
tional because a person's right to smoke wasn't completely -

taken away or made technically impossible.This tit l11: fd.Krt.Nr.A,
time, we can't support the ban. Forcing smokersto >;Ccf\S'lTM'tit\\ :

walk clear across campus as far as 15 minutes for
some faculty and staff for a cigarette is unfair. We
hope Flagg knows he's asking something unfeasible, Tuition hike requires cooperation

even with an exemption from the ban for "scheduled inter-
collegiate athletic events." o This column is the first of a three part series from
Student Body President Ed Scales. Today: Tuition in- -> Ed Scales
Much in the same vein as budget requests, Flagg is as- creases and the Board of Regents. O
king for an extreme because he knows he'll have to make Frequently, politicians see the need to set the N POLITICSsupport
political concessions. So it's possible that he's leavingroom record straight on a number of issues. So,in the midstof
for negotiations and compromise when he is askingto Student Government elections, here goes: outside the regents. The Legislature never
ban smoking everywhere on campus, including private Last week, the Florida Board of Regents effectively has, and probably never will, passed a 15-percent
offices, dormitories and on the sidewalk. rejected the Florida Student Association's request that tuition increase. Regardless of the philosophical meritof
the regents amend their current legislative request the regents' plan, it is simply politically unrealisticand
Flagg said he doesn't want to start compromising the regarding proposed tuition increases. FSA endorsed should be revised.
issue before it gets to debate, so he's sticking to his guns raising in-state tuition 8 percent and out-of-state tuition Second, FSA argues that the out-of-state demandto
and asking for the total ban. 18 percent. attend Florida's universities is inelastic. Raising
But the people most affected by the ban are the people The regents still support, and have since 1985, out-of-state tuition 18 percent,which still keeps it well
raising all tuition 15 below the national won't be
percent annually until students average, certainly a
who work in hours who
buildings eight day
campus a or generate 25 percent of Florida's higher education tremendously greater obstacle to out-of-state students
live in dorms. How will bosses react when employeestake budget. The regents set forth three reasons for not than the regents' proposed 15-percent increase.
two 20-minute cigarette breaks an hour? Is it really accepting FSA's proposal: Against the backdrop of the regents' proposed
wise to ask a freshman, female smoker who's up late FSA's proposal would generate $5 million less increase, the arguments of presidents Bernie Sligerof
studying to walk, outside her dorm at 3 a.m. to have a than theirs. FSU and Fred Humphries of FAMU to "save our
smoke? Or does Flagg expect everyone to just say no to Acceptance of FSA's proposal would mark an tourists" are wholly unpersuasive. Florida's state
smoking? unprecedented retreat from the regents' "25 Percent universities should be primarily for Florida citizens
Plan." who have paid taxes in our state for their entire lives.
If the bill whittles down to ban smoking buildings, lOutof state students would be hit too harshly by
we hope legislators remember that dorms are homes for FSA's plan. As has happened since 1975, FSA and the regents
and dorm"or On its face the went to war in the legislature over tuition. FSA won.
students
thousands of designate a "smoking regents' rationale may seem per
The regent's decision not to work with the studentscost
"smoking floor" instead. suasive, but a little insight gives strong support to
FSA's plan. our system about $2 million; in tuition revenue.
UF does not have a smoking policy, or even an anti-
smoking policy. It follows the state's policy of "no smok- endorsed First, none the regents'of the following have ever expressly Surely if FSA can realize that zero-percent tuition
25-percent plan the Governor
increases not then the regents can see
are practical,
ing in building except where expressly permitted. the the
any Legislature, students, system consultants the obvious advantages of compromising with FSAon
Florida's Clean Indoor Air Act does not require smok- Drs.Joe Newman and Bill Friday,seven of the current tuition. We, the FSA and the regents, then can
ing areas to be provided in places that choose to be entirely nine system presidents and most surprisingly, 11 of lobby together on issues far more substantive than
smoke-free. All areas in public places are the regents' 13 current members. tuition financial aid,minority recruitment and reten-
considered non-smoking unless a part of that area is set embracing One must a seriously question the prudence of tion, academic advisement and faculty salaries, for
philosophical
policy that has so little
aside for smokers. And the law doesn't require example.

workplaces to allow smoking. I LETTERS .TO THE EDITOR I

Good intentions are noble Rep. Flagg, but extreme
Voter registrationdrive and national elections as a residentof Commission: A student has never
rules restricting rights are not. Take ideas to Tal-
your your Gainesville area district. been elected to the City Commis-
lahassee and fight hard for a more reasonable bill respect- on campusEditor As the student lobbyist for UF, sion, but if he receives strong stu-
ing everyone's rights. I can say without reservation that dent support, he could be the first.
: I would like to take this the principle reason student inter- Registration tables are in frontof
opportunity to remind both the Stu- ests are often ignored is because Turlington Hall and in the Stu-
alligatorManaging dent Body of the University of students don't vote. dent Government office,Room 305
Editor Florida and the Gainesville com- If only a handful of studentswere of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Theyare
Lucy Chabot munity that Tuesday, Feb. 6, to exercise their right to vote, open from 9 am. to 4 p.m.
through Friday Feb. 9, Student.
we would be a formidable 2,000
Editor Opinions Editor Government is sponsoring a voter political very Our goal is to register
group.I voters. Please take five minutes out
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton registration drive.,
I think students are doing bet- of your day and register to vote this
Letters Policy This Is' not a drive allowing ter, but we still have a long way to week. Although voting is a right
Utter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-1>)'10 page), They should be people to vote in spring SG elec- go. Mike Murphy, a student at UF, and a privilege, perhaps it should
typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include typed name address and telephone tions. This is the real thing. If you feels so strongly about also be considered responsibility.
number Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call expressing a
register
the editorial page editor at 3784458. during this drive, you will his views that he will be running Tim Carlo
be eligible to vote in all local, state for
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MURPHYfrom turnout of all the city's precincts -usually
fewer than 10 percent of the registered
page 1 voters cast ballots.

campaign managed by student volunteers, Precinct 23,which includes the area along
she had 1,000 more votes than her nearest Southwest 16th Avenue, usually is not far
competitor during the general election. ahead of the student precinct in turnout
However, she was forced into a runoff be- percentages.In .
cause she didn't win more than 50 percentof
direct contrast, Precincts 24 26
and
the total vote. That runoff was held duringone
40 the district's western
,
of UFs quarterly breaks, and Chalmers neighborhoods
lost by 800 votes. traditionally have the highest turnout per.
during city elections.For .
After graduating from UF, Chalmers wona centages
seat on the commission and served there example, in the 1985 city election,
from 1982 until 1988. District 24 had the third highest turnout _
"He (Murphy) has got to go outside," 30.1 percent, and the highest number of
Chalmers said. "He has got to go beyond voters 722.Precinct .

students." 31 had 71 voters, 3.2 percent of
Murphy should line up endorsementsfrom the total registered, to finish last in both
special interest groups and non-stu percentages and actual number of voters
dents in the district to show that he has that year. And the gap between the
broad appeal, Chalmers said. precincts' turnout statistics hasn't changed
But that might be difficult, said James much since then.McEachern .
Button, an associate professor of political
science at UF. a former city commissioner
thinks there is "a outside
To attract votes from townspeople, a student way possibility"that
could change this year with the district
candidate would have to have visibilityin
local political circles, attend city commis- elections."I .
sion meetings frequently and demonstratea don't think for a minute that there will
good working knowledge of non-student be a massive student registration," Me
issues, Button said. Eachern said."But because the district does
A Gainesville native, or someone who has include the campus, I want to be responsiveto
lived in town a long time,would have a better the needs of students."
chance than a student who moved here right
McEachern said that unless Murphy has
before enrolling at UF, Button said.
roots in the community,"it would be difficultto
moved Gainesville from Orlando
Murphy to get the other five (off-campus) precinctsto
18 months and has served
ago as an "
take him seriously.
adjunct member of the city's Regional Transit
System Advisory Board since October McKnew, a former city planning board

1988. .. .,....I ;; ,'. ., \" 1''' 714SUZETTE member,also said Murphy would need sup-
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Button said he was unsure whether Murphy ....'1.'..,j. : ..::;r. port throughout the entire district."It .
should concentrate on the student voteor depends a lot on him," McKnew said.
make non-student voters a priority. COOK ALLIGATOR "If he just appeals to the student vote,I don't
UF junior Michael Murphy hopes to break tradition by becoming the only studentever
"He's just got to do his homework on that to win a City Commission district seat.In think he'll do very well. If he's qualified. I
district," Button said. think he has a chance."
Chalmers said Murphy also should set 1982, the presence of UF graduate neither registered nor voted in Gainesville,
himself apart from consulting engineer student Robert Patterson in the city commis- Button said."Students. Murphy said win or lose he plansto
Craig Hedgecock, retired Southern Bell sion race forced Chalmers into a runoff with see this as being a transitory stay in Gainesville after completing his
education."I .
technician W.E. "Mac" McEachern and re- Joe Little. place,"Button said. "Many of them think of
altor Tom McKnew his three opponentsin Chalmers reflected on that election year their homes as being elsewhere. Gainesvilleis plan on staying here a long time, and I
the race. and said another runoff election is likely this somewhere that they stay for two or four do care about the city,"Murphy said."I don't
"We've got three conservative candidatesin year. years." perceive myself as a radical student. It
a traditionally liberal neighborhood," "The three townspeople could cancel Anyone who wishes to register to vote in shouldn't be students against the community
Chalmers said. "If he's a liberal, he shouldlet each other out, and Mike (Murphy) could the election must do so by Monday. The -we should all be working together."
people know that." get into a runoff," she said. election is March 13. Whether or not Murphy will get a chanceto
With four candidates in the race, a runoffis But that scenario would depend heavilyon Precinct 31,where students living on campus work together with four other non-stu
almost a certainty, Chalmers said. students. And students traditionally have may vote, traditionally has the lowest dent city commissioners remains to be seen.
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By BRITTANY RAY WALLMAN "Dreams have an emotional component Fukuyama said.Psychology.
women's livesBy Alligator WriterA that you would not necessarily get Professor Wilse B.
from just talking cognitively," Webb, who has researched sleep pat
small group of students will begin Fukuyama said. "There's somethingthat terns for 35 years, said talking about
JANET THOMAS weekly meetings tonight to talk about your subconscious is trying to com- dreams can help solve personal prob-
Alligator Writer the bizarre things they do in their municate with you." lems. Group members can use dreamsto
dreams. Group members will keep daily understand themselves better.
For some, the play"For Colored Girls who have The Dream Group the first of its kindat dream journals,which may also include Dreams reflect personality traits in
Considered Suicide when the Rainbow is Emu,* UFs Psychological and Vocational dreams from the distant past.Memberswill the same way as ink-blot tests and di-
would seem directed toward a particular group.But Counseling Center,still is open to a few share dreams with the group and rect questioning. "You've got to take
the play is for everyone concerned about today's more students said Mary Fukuyama, a the group will offer interpretations. into account that a significant propor-
women, said director Althea King. counseling psychologist for the group. "If by sharing your dream out loud tion of the dreams don't mean beans,"

1 don't want people to feel it is based on color," The six-week session will focus on -and hearing other peoples' elabora- Webb said.Although.
King said.The play is about the strength of women. personal problem-solving and personal tion of that dream image for themselves most scientists believesee
Everyone will be able to relate to it." growth through dream interpretation, that you gain more insight into the
Dreams, 12
Fukuyama said. possible meaning of your dream," page
Written by Ntozake Shange, the play is based on
the lives of five black women who grow together.
Through rape,abuse and heartache,they go to each Mayor says compromises are essential .
other for support and strength.

"For Colored Girls"will be performed tonight at By USA SCHMIDT mission elections, said she overcame The city had threatened to turn off
personal obstacles to become the first
8 p.m. in the Rion Ballroom,J.W.Reitz Union. Cast Alligator Writer black lights in unincorporated areas if the
woman to serve as Gainesville'smayorcommissioner.
members Sonya Harris,Lesila Donaldson Nannette county failed to pay an overdue bill of
Most political and personal problemscan than $44,000.Chestnut .
Thomas,Keisha Arnold and Machelle Williams say more
they have gained a better understanding of them- be solved only through compromise learned very early the art of com-
said the should
county pick
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one options city
Chestnut told about 50 people
characters'roles. who gathered on the Reitz Union lawn That basic skill can help resolve a presented Monday night and compromise
This play makes one more sensitive to other for Tuesday's Brown Bag Forum. dispute between the city and Alachua "for the sake of the community."
people,and that is not just hype,"Arnold said.That County over continued operation of The county could tax unincorporatedareas
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year frustrated no end in sightBy L T @, f '3 Wn 9 1 t tSA y : L .-. j' I L1ru



dead. found last February in a Tennessee ,

MIKE BRUSCELL For law enforcement agencies, Feb-- river was not proven to be Tiffany's' ,
Alligator Writer '
ruary 9 9,1990, marks another frustrate- the approximately 3,000, calls receivedat $$14
Hilary Sessions keeps her daughter ing, clueless day in an unsolved a special "Tiffany hotline" haven'tled I' ....,.,.....,-
Tiffany's' property in the bedroom she mystery case. For everyone involved, police or the FBI to the UF business -

slept in during holiday visits.. There'sa nothing has changed but the date on student.. :
a teddy bear from a high school sweetheart the calendar.. More than one million Another false alarm occurred last t s-
The ALF doll that ''I love when tried to extort ___
says fliers and a year later, Tiffany is still June, a man .
you..' Nearly everything the former missing. money from Patrick in exchange for r

UI; finance student owned except the Investigators suspect foul play be- information about Tiffany, FBI spokesman -

black Walkman, red sweat pants, gray cause of the circumstances of Paul Miller said.. Police arrested '
white shirt and Rolex I .!: ,) .
and
sweat Tiffany's' disappearance. But despite Efrian Villali in a Fort Lauderdale
watch she wore the night she van- about 750 phone tips and months of phone booth while he was makingone --

ished without a trace.. searching, they don't' have any evidence of the calls.. He admitted in No- [

February (9 9,1989., to prove it, Alachua County vember that he had no knowledge of ___
For Tiffany's' father, Patrick Ses-- Sheriffs spokesman Spencer Mann Tiffany's' whereabouts, and was sentenced -
sions, the date is nothing more than said.. to 80 months in jail last Friday, t. t th I ALLIGATOR PHOTO

"an unpleasant reminder" of where Tiffany "We're' no closer now (to finding Tiffany Patrick said he doesn't' understand Above: Patrick Sessions, right, talks
'
( isn't' in Gainesville her Ca- why, a year later,Tiffany can't be .
at ) than the first day she disap-- about the progress of last February's'
sablanca East condominium, studyingto peared," Mann said.. "We have not found."I search with team leader Aaron PullenIn
keep her 3.5 grade point average.. had the first piece of evidence in that just can't' believe Tiffany could the woods surrounding Tiffany's' con- M( 5 I G p ERSdN

For Hilary Sessions, who has been case that tells us anything, including walk down a street and not be recog-- dominium. Right: Patrick Sessions had
divorced from Patrick for 20 years, abduction.." nized," Patrick said.. t-shirts like this printed with Tiffany's'
At one time last Patrick, a and information about her dis-
every day is a gut-wrenching roller. But no news is good news and year picture
coaster ride she wishes would end, bad news for Patrick Sessions. Al- South Florida real estate developerfor appearance. Tiffany's' mother Hilary
Arvida Corp., had almost 100 orga-- wears a similar shirt to work everydayin
if it her of woman's
even means finding daughter though a portion a leg -
nizations and celebrities including hopes that someone will remember
Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino SUZETTE COOKAlLIGATORAt seeing her daughter.
spreading information, distrib- a news conference Tuesday, Alachua County Sheriff's' spokesman Spencer Mann and Tiffany Sessions'' father, Patrick, look
Walsh said.. "It fami--
SV35 JSPloce uting fliers and donating workers and through volumes of information about Tiffany collected over the past year, Including phone tips and possible sightings. lies. You can't' work destroys, you many can't' pay the

0 search equipment to the search for Tit conducted several searches of the law enforcement agencies around the est was the day that she learned bills. Some people, it drives them insane -

Casablanca N (fany.Although area where they believe Tiffany disap- country every 90 days. about the severed leg found in Tennessee I say the same thing to all of
5!: he sold his sport fishing peared, including two major searches Missing children's advocate John from the television news.. them the child is the victim."" TIFFANY L L., SESSIONS
3o 3 East o boat, "No Surrender," to help earn with ground crews and aircraft during Walsh, whose 6-year-old son Adamwas "Until they can confirm' and identify Although Hilary said she can't' give $5'3"' 125 lb... 20 YEARS OLD

c Qo.::>. a back some of the the first' month of herf. abducted in 1981 from a South you get a few more gray hairs,"" up hope, the waiting for news about RED SWEAT PANTS
A money he spent searching disappearance. Searchers Florida shopping mall and later found Hilary said.Interviews. her only child has taken its toll she WHITE SWEAT SHIRT wi/ ASPEN N
for his daughter, dead said families the with reporters and her found. MO o us S
stayed in constant must keep just wants Tiffany to be YOUI 01 REMAIN R ANON
Cr Mil Will
Patrick isn't ready to contact through the media's' attention fixed on their miss- work with the Missing Children Help "At least you can put an end to it itone

give up hope.. :). '. radio communicationscenter ing children.. Center in Tampa help ease her pain, way or another," she said.. "If she 18005448111they

"If I could sit here for .. f .. that Patrick set "Unfortunately, whether you're' a she said. As a member of the board of was found dead, I would give her a
121 20 years and not know .. i. directors, Hilaryhascushedfor
.. missing adult or proper burial, because if she is dead,
.
where Tiffany is, I ,. up.Last year, five to six ,child after! two nr' I doubt someone buried her properly. were willing to help out..."
wouldn't' trade that to ,,r.; sheriff detectives three;; weeks;k ,: you o r missing persons "I think the hardest part is not having Now he wants to return the favor to
"
find out she's dead : ". worked full-time on just become a statis-- clearing houses in any clues to deal with,"" Hilary other parents with missing children
today"T ." ,. the case. Now, with tic," Walsh said. all 50 states. The said. "At least if you bv distributing a

331 fany disappearedon o f ft tips only trickling in, More than houses gather information h hds ec clues, you I manual-a :r he eh helped p d
; "At t least can put p
a Thursday night between the case is worked 14,000, women in and could run them you write with Black and
4o 6 and 7 p.m.. after only when there'snew Florida were reported share it with fami-- down. Right now, an end to it one way a group of research
she left her condominium and in i JNGx lies and law enforcement don't' know The manual
missing ers. sug
o information, you another lr she
or If' s e was
goo to go speedwalking t the longer Tiffany is 1988, said Florida x whether to mourn or 'J gests ways to
between Southwest35th missing, the less Department of Law p agencies. Forty- to be happy."" found dead, I would conduct a search,
Ca S SN Place and Inter- two states, Including thepublic's and distribute
chance there is of finding Enforcement Despite her lay o out t
,,, a proper
'state"' 75' ;, leavin. '6 P .hA..... her dead or spokeswomanLinda Florida, have sympathy for. fliers and work

keys'and wallet at home. When she alive, Mann said. Booz. It is an clearing houses, Tiffany and her parbunal, because if t she with the police, Pat-

Archer Rood didn't return after 7 p p.m., her room Because the search for Tiffany her- incomplete statis-- said Help Center ents, many won is dead I doubt some- rick said. He hopes
mate, Kathy Hsu, went for Director '
looking tic, determinedfrom Executive dered whether the to distribute it
her along the four-mile route.. self hasn't produced new leads, Patrick only 70 per "r : Ivana DiNova.. search would have reone buried propthrough libraries
>dtd and the sheriffs office are
Elpat After calling police, Hsu called looking for information from Gaines- cent to 75 percentof .; "She wanted to ceived attention from erly. and missing
121 area Sessions'' father, who lives in Coconut ville residents who knew Tiffany, but law enforcement avpraetok become involved people such as Marino children's' organiza- '

Grove, and mother in Valrico, Fla.., either did not come forward or agencies'' reports, ,47w i with something Walsh and Gov. Hilary Sessions tions.
near Tampa. Only a few hours after weren't' interviewed by investigatorslast she said. where she knew Bob Martinez if Pat Tiffany's' mother "It's' simply things '
Tiffany's' disappearance isn't' she was helping," rick Pat- that I did that I
Patrick Ses-- confer- Tiffany an were poor.
year, Mann said at a press Missing Children: A Parent's Guide,
mil sions called DiNova said. rick who is offeringa would be
FDLE thought
Miami statistic ,
private investigator ence at the Sheriffs' Office Tuesday."I yet, written by Patrick E. Sessions with help
'
Wayne Black and leased a but her mother, from investigator Wayne Black ""That doesn't nec- a $$250,000, reward for information lead- helpful," he said. "I'd' like to see something
think it's' tougher now," he said.. private essarily help findimany safe return, said what out of this."
helicopter to help search. Hilary, k keeps_ and a group of researchers.score __ ing to Tiffany's positive come
TIFFANY'S' PATHAt There's no question (the she has u but L oy setting he did had very little to do with
Both in But if Patrick reawakens the .
parents were Gainesvillethe even
investigation's) slowed down..
clearing houses in those because about 90 of
about 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 9 9,1989, Tiffany told her roommate Kathy Hsu next morning looking for their worn a T-shirt that says "missing"with up money percent public to his daughter's' plight, Mann
she was going speed-walking and would be back In an hour. She planned her daughter, but they weren't' alone. Media coverage also has slowed Tiffany's' picture on it to her cur states, if she's"" found, they can do the publicity was donated and Blackis said it might not matter.
walk along a four mile, wooded route from her Casablanca East condominium, Arvida co-workers helped hand out down. Pictures of the blonde, brown rent husband's' fish-shipping business something. investigating the case for free.

down SW 35th Place, onto a service road parallel to SW 23rd Terrace, thousands of fliers throughout Gaines eyed honor student filled front pages every day since her daughter disap- Like Patrick, Hilary gains strength "A guy who was a plumber could "And yet with all the publicity, all
connecting to Williston Road and then toward Interstate 75. She disappeared ville. and television screens nationwide last peared. from her work, keeping their have done that,"" Patrick said of the the manpower we put into it, with all
sometime between 6 and 7 p.m. and Hsu called police by 8 p.m. An hour later, spring. Now they're' rarely seen.. New daughter's' tragic disappearance in per publicity. "Everybody has a congressman of that not one shred of evidencehas
police began searching the area with dogs. Hsu called Tiffany's' parents later Along with the sheriffs' office, Pat- fliers with new faces line police Oct. 9 and Dec. 25 -Tiffany's 21st spective with the rest of their lives. has BecauseI come tq light that. tells us anything
everybody a mayor.
that rick and birthday and Christmas have been
night. about 700 friends, coworkers lobbies'' walls. But Patrick Sessions "" *
UF faculty and students sends new posters of his daughter to the loneliest days for Hilary. The scari- "Everybody reacts differently," I was willing to ask a lot of people, he said.



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at recycling plastic productsBy ORGANIZED C::5

DANIELLE BERKE with starch to make grocery bags. fiGfilNST RfiPE
When starch portions are broken
Alligator Writer down or eaten by microorganisms will meet Wed. Feb. 7 at 4:00: pm in
Recycling efforts are moving in the plastic remains. Rm. 122-123 of the Reitz Union.
new directions and some say the But the plastic is in much
future lies in the field that revolu- smallerpieces and is harder to see, RACQUET STRINGING This is a general meeting for all old and new
tionized American industry and he said. Recycling plastics is more LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN. members. Plans for COAR WEEK will be discussed.For .
homes -plastics. realistic. W.OIgOIO Regency mm 34m 1 Unl .
.Nulls nesvilleleash 1 FIIWM more information call 392-1161 ext. 294
Charles Beatty, materials science Graduate student Ingrid 17W400
and engineering professor, Liedermooy said she hopes their
said all plastics can be recycled.But work eventually helps others. ALL DAY SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY AFTER 5 pm!

not all plastics are compatible "What we want to do is take all
with each other, because they used plastic and combine it together '
have different molecular struc to form a usable product," ALL YOU CAN EAT!
tures.Beatty and his students hopeto Liedermooy said. "Because differ-
find to mix them
a way together. ent types of plastics are not compatible -
"Different plastics are like oil ,you end up with somethingthat
and water," said Greg Staab, one has awful properties. It could
of Beatty's graduate students. be weak and might bend over a BARBECUE CHICKEN
"They don't mix or blend very well period of time." { I Enjoy your fill of Sonny's chicken 99
after they have been melted down. Beatty and his graduate stu- -
with all the mouthwatering cole 4
"You have to find some way to dents still are trying to identify 1' ,__ slaw, garlic bread and french DINING
make recycled stick to- those and learn how to ,. '
scrap properties i:1-.., '... fries eat ROOM ONLY
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gether, he said,"Otherwise,it just use recycled plastic. They said it \
breaks where one type of plastic is could be used as a substitute for ,' .1 ",< ..
touching another." concrete posts and guard rails '

Recycling plastic is more bene- "With this project you can see e. 'S ;;
ficial and practical than trying to that the end result will be useful .
make it biodegradable, Beatty "
said. for not anyone something Liedermooy only the said.scientific"It's REAL BAR.B.Q

'To say a plastic grocery bag is community will say is great but it's
biodegradable is deceiving the something everyone can benefit Serving lunch and dinner 11 a.m. 9:30: pm. (Sun.-Thur.)
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page 9 dreams are less threatening to talk
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dreams are the result of random, Soviet people feel their dreams
hidden Impulses in the brain, serve as warnings and help them
Webb said 30 years of research understand their lives. "I come
have proved otherwise. from an atheistic society. But Russians -
Fighting for the students
Every 90 minutes during sleep, are very superstitious, and ,
an electrical impulse in the back of we pay attention to dreams."
the brain triggers dreams by recall NOT the StatusQuo.TODAY.
ing memories,Webb said. Most of
But Webb said dreams provide
the memories "day residue"but
are
only limited insight. Although
memories from the past also
activated. dreams may reveal how people will
are behave in the future, their abilityto
Irina Ratchie,a graduate student do so is based on how they have
from the Soviet Union who will be behaved in the past.RISEARCH .

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SCHINTZIUSfrom about Dwayne's situation," Towe
said. There's nothing there to be
page 3
honest. If anything is said,it needsto
AMERICAN I Milan or Madrid, Spain. come from Dwayne."
I "I can't say if he is or isn't goingto
over"Travis said."All I knowis During'sTowe's professional career
go with the Denver Nuggets he
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Schintzius has been offered a
team.
7:00: p.m., Reitz Union, Rm 361 three-month contract worth
$250,000 to play in Europe.Pollak,
In his 11 games at UF this sea
with guest speakers from Dagostino and Glass all said they son, Schintzius averaged 19.1
haven't heard of any offers.
points and 9.6 rebounds a game.
To match his possible destina- He left the team after a dispute
THE WINERY OF tion,Schintzius also has purchasedsome with Gators interim coach Don
European wheels since leaving DeVoe, but is still expected to bea

ERNEST &?? JULIO GALLO UF-let a me new sit black in his BMW."He's new. car, NBA lottery Draft.selection in this year's

but he won't let me drive it,"Travis
: r. CALIFORNIA said. "He wouldn't even let me If Schintzius chooses to play in
drive his old piece-of-junk truck." Milan, Pollak said, he would have
Since leaving UF, Dwayne to accept a role he isn't accustomed
Schintzius has been working out to being a role player.
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*Entrepreneurial Environment Which set up by former Gators assis- play the role they want him to play?
Encourages Creativity tant coach Monte Towe, who And then, how much work will he
played with Burleson at N.C.State. do over there so he really plays
But Towe would not discuss well?You don't want to put him in
ALL MAJORS ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND Schintzius' immediate plans."I a situation where he doesn't per.
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$250 $ ,50, sec & Imr 3726422. 4-30- & 1/3 util. 335-3889, 2-9-8-5
REGENCY No.OAKS 1 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

SPACIOUSONE 378-5766 Share huge 2bdr/2ba/ close to UF, avail Payment by VISA or Mastercard
BEDROOM APT. Immediately, 335-6984. 2-13-10-5 15 Personals ONLY Five, dollar minimum.
3230 SW Archer Road
ONLY LYONS$260/MO.APT COUNTRY GARDENS 16 Connections M-F8.30-4pm.

373-4500 ROOMY NEEDED Live in 2bd/1 ba condo,
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 17 Notices
2001 SW 16th Street $185mo, near Oaks Mall w/washer/dryer./ o How to correct or
INCREDIBLE Live w/nonsmoker. call late 373-6830. 2- 18 Rides
Efficiency Apt. AVAILABLE 2BR near UF cent air/ht. 7.5.5 cancel your ad:
Starting at $185 water/sewer pd. 260/mo 1615 SW 42nd St. 19 Pets '

Starting at $235 2 Bedroom '6332.200373-58'8.' 2.7.5.2 20 lost & Found Cancellations:
F Rmmt for 4bdr/2ba furn condo By Oaks
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE Mall. Wash/dry & Security Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4 pm.
System
110 NW 39th Ave MOBILE HOMES: No refunds be
378.3988 $200/mo & split elect 3354298. 2-14-10- cm given.

375-3861 I 3 FOR RENT/SALE Alligator errors:
BRANDYWINE FURNISHED Q When will your ad run?
Check ad the FIRST day it runs.
3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF 201' NW 2bdr/lba, Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, huge your
Rent or Rent to own: 2bdr/l 1/2 ba. Good Call 373-FIND with corrections be-
any
10th St Wood floors, Cent. Ht/Air, Car- pool, 1/2 mi. to UF, $230/mo for own room
Office. 411 NW shape, central air, new paint, frost free fore noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
port 15th St. 3710769. & 1/2 cable & utll. 372-2857, Dennis. 2- Classifieds will begin TWO
frig,fenced, pets welcome. Call 3719145.' 28-20-5 RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
WINDMEADOWS APTS. DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected

1,2& 3 Bedroom 12x70 3bdr/2ba Screened-Porch, Shed, Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
Pool, Tennis, Laundry New Skirting, Close to UF Move Or Rent 3/2 NW HOUSE f/ns large yard, screen Union or Shands take No refunds or credits can be given after
2712 SW 34th St. *** 373.3558 Lot. 4000. 392-2802. 2-7-5-3 porch, cable, washer, micro 4mi. may placing the ad. Changes called In after
UF/SFCC No pets, unfurn rm. $150 4 1/3 THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated.
86 Fleetwood, 2bdr/2ba washer/dryer/ Ut.3786499. 2965BRANDYWINE
WILLIAMSBURG APTS. run for length of time
screened patio, pool, and tennis, Whitn.yPark may any Customer
AVAILABLE NOWIII error or changes:
441 North. No down payment. Takeover and be cancelled at any time.
1.2TH4 3 Bdrms.Pool Corrections must be made In at
3788356. 2.9.8.3SUBLEASE : Fem own rm wwtr bd, person
mortgage. but there be
Laundry Sorry, can no refunds
The office BEFORE NOON.
fully furn. 2bdr/1 be apt. Many xtras, Alligator ,
1 Block to UF/Shands $210/mo/ 1/3 util. Near UF 3730024. for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.
2000 SW 16th St. ** 376-1253 :

Nonsmk m/f needed to share 2bdr ibth
MOUNT VERNON APTS. 4
HOUSE/APT. apt. HO/mo' & 1/3 utilities, walking distance -
13 2 Bedrooms
to campus. Call 376-1283 for details .
/
PoolLaundryClose Sublet furn ibr/ba Apt. until 4/30/90./ 2-8-5-5

2370 SW Archer to UF/Shands/ $220/mo. Available NOWI. Southern The Advertising Agency Partnership
Rd. *** 372-5389 Pines Apt. Call 372-3276. 2-7-5-4

HELPII I Need A fun, friendly female N/S/
$299 MOVE-IN SPECIAL SUBLEASE Lyons I BR Rmmt. Oxford Manor Apt. Own bd/ba.
Spacious and 2 Bedroom. PoolTennis, $200 mo. Renew Avail. Avail Nowl 377-8034. 2-7-5-5 DEAD OR ALIVE?
Sauna Gym and more. FREE CABLE

STONERIDGE APT. Call Mike, 338.4464Ieav. mess. 2-12-7-4
3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 ROOMMATE WANTED to share 3br/2ba

Offer valid to qualified application only Sublease apt, near UF, unf a/c/ condo in Sparrow on Tower Rd. Must bea Don Johnston isa
student. $175/mo & 1/3 util. Drev 332-
2bed/2bath. Brandywine, pool, club large 8436. 2.8.5.5
***1/2/ BLOCK FROM UF** apt 2nd floor, $475/month. Call 373- wanted man.
5457, if no ans, leave mes. 2.9.5.4
nice 2bd ibth; Irg Ivng highly secure. Oakbrook Walk need n/s m to share fully
$395/mo & $200 see Sublet 3733688. 2- turn 2br/2ba/ condo micro And ? As Presidentand
Furn ibdr/ba/ close to campus Feb free wash/dry I why not
Urgent remodeled condo across Law until May 90 $230reg( 280)) 335- pool. $200/mo to share rm & util. Call Sim CEO at j. Walter

School $250 rent 374-9609 2.9.5.2 7650all.r( 5 pm). 2-9-5-4 3723842. 2-'3-5.5 Thompson? he carved his

niche in the history of
Oak Forest large, clean beautiful advertising.While

2bdrm/2ba/ apt. Private end unit flanked by City or Los Angles at ,JWT-the world's
woods. Walk to UF Pools, tennis MW,,
volleyball ,
Department or Public Works oldest ad
extras. Pets ok. $485/mo. 3369284.One 8 agency-Johnston
Bureau of Sanitation ""V' worked on accounts from

Block from campus. Very Large room, more than 40 countries.
nice house cable In room, SW area After retiring from JWT in

2.13.5.2$195/mo utilities Included. Greg 376.3291. Will be recruiting at University of Florida for 1987! he became a partner in

the advertising and marketing consulting firm, Matthewsand

Pool, trampoline, peace and quiet. 2 ma-. Johnston Ltd.
lure n/s renters needed for priv. suites In SANITARY ENGINEERING ASSISTANTS Come hear one of the most wanted men in advertising

nice Ig home l50-$200/mo share util. talk about the relationship between advertising agenciesand
3712556. 2.9.3.2 their clients.
Salaries start at: BS $34,034IS; $36,435/yr./
.0 1BDR. WALK IN CLOSET Village West,
800 NW 18 Ave, take 9 St. N from 18 Ave. 7:30: p.m., Thursday, February 8

Office, : 411 NW 15 St. 3717777. 2-13-5-2 ir you will have your BS or MS In Engineering, with sanitary and/or/ Gannett Auditorium, Weimer Hall 1064A

environmental course work, by mid-1990, and would like lo work for the City
free public lecture' sponsored by
Walk to UFII Studios $210 to $225 al the forefront In sanitation, come talk to us on the UF I Department of Advertising and 1 the A.P. Phillips Jr. Foundation.
1829 NW 2 Ave. (by O'Dome) & 1222 NW

8 Av Now or Fall, Office:'411 NW 15 St. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 .
371-0769.' 2-13-5-2

INTERVIEWS MAY BE SCHEDULED THROUGH YOUR PLACEMENT OFFICE
1/2 mile from
quiet neighborhood
campus
lots of trees. 2B/R/ A/C, D/W, An Equal| Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer I Gainesville sharks check out The

washer/dryer hook-up. Call 373.0129 2- F
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ROOMMATESF 6 FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME


rmmt, n/s, to share 2bdr/lba apt BRAND NAME COMPUTERS MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376.1146 25' RCA COLOR TV UP LOCATION! 15 room house
$175/mo/ & 1/2 utll, walking distance to As low as $25/mo no $ down Editor choice CompuAdd Northgate $75 OBO CH/AC./ Good condition! Rented Investmentfraternityother .
campus, call 377-4244. 2855 FREE Catalogue over 50.000cUllomerI1.800.8257283 H P. Price same or lower than mail- 3732753. 2746 / 30,000
order. Systems below Include 1mb. 40mb 376-6652 owner. 3.7-42.7
Room for rent In a 3bd 2bath house 2.19-30.8 ((28ms), graphics monitor, ... 45 gal marine AQUARIUM. Wet dry filter,
Quiet, cozyllr.placel! Pets (any lilt) OK. MC 288/12/ $1195, Packard Bell $1295. 5 nice pieces coral actinic lights many TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2/ 1/2/ BA eat ,n
l75/mo/ & utl Sign lease not required Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20/ fish, many extras $350. 378.8869 Alan. kitchen pool tennis, washer dryer Forest
Call 3757978. 2855 brands are all at our New Locationl) Car $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd & battery 2956 ol Unicorn, NW area, easy financing
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372 $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphIcs 374-5401 3121.7 1
OWN ROOM. F, In the Pines 2bd/ 1 2070. 4.30-75.6 monitor $970. 1 & 3 year warranties 85 Trac Moped 2500ml looks like a 90.
i/2ba Walk In closet $232/mo/ & 1/2 Onsite, warranties Panasonic 1180 printer Kept waxed covered Runs like new Mill Run townhouse 2bdr/2 1 :? ba,
utll Tracy 9165/leave message 2.9- CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the old $185, HP Laser Jet lip- $1049 4110 SW Must see to believe. extras. $265 Aron wash/dry, partially furnished, asking
est, best and lowest priced car stereo 34th St / 308 W Univ Ave 43065.8 3714563. 2736 44500. Assume mortgage Call 372
Responsible. mature. non'smkm/f (prefer' tore In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St 4293. 2.12.5.7
vegetarian) for own rm In 4 bdrm NW 4.30.75.6 Gotta Go! 12'spd bike $100. end tables 86 LYNX sun rf. Alpine stereo cass air
house $140 ((1st, last, dep) & 1/4 util $20. Sofa $145. neon beer sign $95 lighting excellent condo great gas mil. $2950 373- 8 MOTORCYCLES
372-4281. 2845 Rockford, Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, ball $90, 79 Corolla $1000 obo 375- 5139 leave message 2736
Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm The Best 4394 LvMsg 2756
Rmmt wanted: M for Bicycle Club Apts Car Sterlo Installers In town Car Stereo WATERBED.Queen. with heater $100. .Clean! Honda CM250 Custom 1983, 4k
close to UF, 145 plus 1/2 util call 335 to Go. 375-1834 4.30.75.6 AIRLINE TICKET Orlando Newark, Iv Feb Dresser 6 drawers $40 Exercise bike, mi, fairing cover, helmet like.new condo
5445. 2955 17/12p, return Feb 24/1 lam on Continental 253367035. 2736 Easy parking on campus $650 obo. 37S
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants $150 obo 395.9448. 2758 7169 2858
Trinidadian seeks rmmt to share Gator for your dorm or apartment We deliver 2 Pinball machines at $150 each Call Jay
town apt. $170/mo. own bdrba bring own Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave Nice clean modern furniture all at reasonable at3722900MF9.5. 2.16.106 1987 Yamaha Radian 600cc only 1600
frnitr, Dirk 378-8138 for more Info aftr 377-5265. 6 blocks E. of campus 2.23- prices. miles comes with 2 helmets and saddle
9pm 21255 136 The Plunder House Bose 301 Speakers for sale, $150 obo, bags, excel condo Call 375.8928 or 377 ,
511 SW 4th Avenue 3748301. Ask for Paul & Iv. message 2014. $2400. 2858

Own bdr In 2bdr house Furnished, clean CAR ALARMS installed remote control M/C/ Amex Visa 2.14.10-8 2836
2ml UF $150/mo ft 1/2 utll HONDA REBEL 250, $650 obo Call Jon
with yard to any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
Call 375.7071 or 462.6304 after 6pm 2. demo Call 336. student Iv. message 25' Nishlkl 12 spd $180 obo; 4 81 Z28 Alpha Byte Computers 288 1mb ram 3714409. 2.8.5.8AWESOM6

2.28.34.8 whit w/gdyrs $225 obo; New pr JBL mid- 30mb hard floppy mono, dos, warranty ENDURO. 1985 Suzuki
Roommate needed Wllliamsburg,. turn rnge $110 obo 336.8510 after 5pm. 2-7. $1270, similar 386SX $1425 xl S980. 495 SP250,"Great for trails/school Exc condo
$260 own bdr ba, Call Susana 373 2633 56
leave message 2.12-5-5 COMPUTERPackard 3659 219106 and mechan perfect $950/obo 374
Bell 286 12mhz, 40mb hard 8621. 2.9.5.8
Kramer focus 2000 with case and Peavy
LAKEWOOD 2br/2 loft M/F fully turn drive. 5.25 1 1.2 floppy 3.5* 1.44 floppy 40 watt Amp. Must sell $250 OBO. PERFECT TWICEA
(need upbeat going places person). For 1mb ram, vga hi-res color monitor, lyr Call Jeremy 377-5905. 2856 new & different consignment shop featuring 89 Golden Bullet Moped two speed auto,
info call, avail today! Don t pass up. Rex warr. 4 mths on-site. $1849 call 335 high quality clothing. Come see us oil Injected, kick start, turn signals' gold
3355787. 21355 1300. 2.20-14.8 Schwinn Prelude 211n, racing bike w/ Paramount at 621 W Univ Ave. 3730000. 2716 map wheels, extended gas tank low.
miles, extra clean $599.00 336-6254. 29.5.8
computer, extras Asking $300.
M or F clean, nonsmoking student neededfor Cir Alarms, Autopige, Chapman Home Call Ame at 335.5334 Leave Message
own rm In 4bd3ba house Move In now and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sansul, Sherwood JVC pull-out stereo speaker/ excellent
or b4 Feb 15. $140 per mo. $37.50 sec and more We Beat All Prices! MOPED FOR SALE $260. condition $700 obo. Call 372.7194 Iv message '84 Kawasaki 550 GPZ runs like new, "less
336.3925. 2035 3733754. 4.30.69-6 Moving out of G'vllle, must sell Call 373- 2.13.5.61100D0$01tID01 than 10K mi garage kept, looks great
5457, leave msg If no answer 2966 $1200 obo, call Doug 395-948S. 2958

1985 Yamaha XJ700 Maxim, 14K miles, ,
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r------------------, new tires, bat, ignition Very reliable well
maintained, Many X-tras $1500 33S
I II 6794 21258

Alligator Classifieds373FIND I I I I I I II .= I 9 AUTOS

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: I 88 CRX-si, AC. AM/FM Cassette, 4.spks.
: : sun root fuel Injection Alloy wheels, I like
; I I I I s 1 1B new. Andrea 373-8124 Lv Msg 2.7.10.9

BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. -I I AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange .

I I I I I I : 1I & Blue Insurance Drive thru in Butler .
Classifieds allow be listed in Plaza. We care Call us 1st
Alligator products, services, jobs, etc. to a
"directory" to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form [ I 9- I 377CARS. 29109

explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help I I 1 2 I I I I I I 1985 Honda Prelude, mint air. am/lm/

you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to EI 1 I I cassette sunroof tilt wheel, red wgray./ .
advise you.Alligator 1 al I blk velour Int $6600 Sandy: days 395
0604 wkends/eves 1.595.4241'. 2988

Classifieds may be placed In a number of ways: 1 I I t I I I I I I 80 Mustang Ghia good cond, low m le.

1 1 I 3-0 0 0X. 1umi age $1800 obo. Call 374.4879 alter 5pm.
LI I I I : : :: : :
1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by f '! ioe : 2759
telephoning 373-FIND between 8.00 and 4:00: pm. m m 2 .
: ill 85 Honda CRX .ac.im/fm cassette
I I I I I .4spkrs.tinted wndws, excellent
2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with check, money order. i J I cond 1 owner cover&manual blue 5
or Mastercard/Visa information no cash, please) to: I speed $4250 371.1215 Judy 2759

!II 0
Alligator Classifieds ;z Colt 85, 5 door a/c dependable, good
PO Box 14257Gainesville $ I I I II condition must sell $2500 OBO. 376
: ;:::
FL 32604 I I I c.: 0512 evenings 2969
,
e ;zi
I I I I N 0I'" 1I 1989 Bronco II, 6300 miles, sport rims
3. You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W. many extras $13.500. Call 376-2879
9-
University Ave., between 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays. Our trained friendly X III after 5:00: pm. 2859

staff will be glad to help you with your ad. I I I 1"1 1"1t 1973 FORD Maverick Good Shape, one

I I I I I owner, Super Reliable This Is not a
4. You can place your ad in person at one of The Alligator's convenient .. I N ., 1I junker! Only those looking to maintain or
"remote" locations. 9'i restore need apply $650obo 378-1989.

I I -gl I I I g 0 O 2849

ON CAMPUS LOCATIONS: 1 I I I II 11 : 85 T.Bird White New Tires. Automatic

Location Hours ::! Excellent Condition $3.995. Call 1.496.
Day 2446 2.16.10.9

Main Bookstore, Hub I I I I sgl
... 87 Hyundai Excel excellent cond ac am
Customer Service Desk . M F 8 am 4 pm I I II fm cass low miles take over payments or

Medical Bookstore, Shanda M F 8 am 4 pm I I : I I I I OFFICE USE ONLY $4700 335-4164. 295.9

Reitz Union, Cashier's Office M F 8 am .9 pm Sp. Chg. 77 280Z, low miles engine. new clutch
brakes. Injection system, $1850. Days
CASH _CK_
Room 118 . . . Sat. Noon 9 pm I RM By: 375-1030, Nights 332.7861, Ask for Troy. ..

Sun Noon S pm 2849

CLASSIFICATIONS (Ch.ck on.) RATES J I 1977 Ford Pinto 6 cyl Runs strong am/lm/
Please use this form to place Alligator Classifieds. Please follow these 'I radio excellent trans auto power steer-
Request 1. For Rent: Furnished 1t. SwvicH (Circle one) Ing, brake asking $450 call Mark at 395
wish
instructions exactly. Be careful to include everything you to say 'I I
__1. For Rent: Unfurnished Services 7285 2-9.5.18
X12. Typing .. .
1
00
for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a Day' $4
_). Mobil Homes For Rnt/Silt/ _11 Help Wanted
new advertisement THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS 'I _4. Sublease Houio/Apt/ _14. Business Personals :2 D.YI'.Nl.0DI .. .00 I 1987 Ford Tempo LX Cruise, Tilt, Air
Day*
AFTER PLACING THE& AD. In the event of an error, The Alligator is _t. Roommates _II Personals' 4 Day.'..11.00 I AM.FM, Cassette. PS, PB Like New 5 t
responsible ONLY for the FIRST Insertion. Do not use foreign language 'I _6. For Sale _II Connections S Day...13.00 Speed. Power Locks $5900 Call Rich at
double-entendres, or manner of address which identifies the addressee I -7. Real Estate _IT. Notice I 335.6143 Lv. Message 1259
to a third party. The acceptance of payment with advertising copy does _I. Motorcycles _II Rides Additional Day
12.Mud) Red 77 Cutlass Station Wagon
Big very
Autos II poll
the of The Independent 5. I
not constitute on I
a binding agreement part
good shape. great for (frat or people w/
=
10. Wanted 20. Lost A Found _Bays$_
Florida Alligator publish said copy. The Independent Florida Alligator many friends $775. Call P.uI3-3684.'
reserves the right to act as a sole judge of the suitability of any advertising I MASTERCARD C VISA EXP OATi Additional Unit I
copy submitted for publication and reserves the right to edit revise, llOOtictilInt,each day I
t I CREDIT CARD __
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submitted. _M1 llm I_
delay, or reject any advertising copy Classifieds :''II

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16,ALLIGATOR.WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY?, 1990

AUTOSHONDA SERVICES SERVICES SERVICESHORSE TYPING SERVICESTyping


CRX white 1986. 5 ipeed. air BOARD (equestrian center) Laser Typesetting
lapedeck, new tires, excellent condition BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS *FREE* Grand Opening I Full service how barn resumes reports letters etc.
$5250. 377.2587 or 462-2042. 2-9-3-8 Pregnancy Test everything you want lor training and horse 376-5465 3500 W Univ Ave.
Gainesville Women's care (stall, turn-out, grain, hay, bran Alachua Word Processing. 2-12-20-12
1233 NW 10th Ave.
10 WANTEDlocal 372-1664 HEALTH CENTER mash) $200/mo. Jan 3767762. 2-13-5-
MC/VISA/lnsurance/ 720 NW 23rd Avenue Put It In Writing. Fast Accurate, Reliable
Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class Free Pregnancy Test 377-5055 TYPING Service. Masters In English; Will correct
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Pint Member ABORTION (To 24 Wks) spelling a edit 24-hrs 373-1937, 2-8-6-12
Jewelry 3739243. 4.30.75.10 National Abortion Federation
BIRTH CONTROL 12 SERVICESYOU
4.307511SEXUALLY Great Typing! English maj/ret.) court rptr
COMIC BOOKS WANTED 1960-Present. Gynecology Services 19 yrs exper. legal/medical/ Excel
nobody pays more lor High Grade Silver TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 4-30-71-11 WRITE, WE TYPE spellg/proofg From $1.25. Call Jill .

Age in Gainesville. CALL 3727990. 2- Get confidential testing and treatment at Need furn., clothing, household goods? Business Legal Personal Reports 3779908. 2.28-24.12
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.
1310.10 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4-
Great / avail.
bargains wlayaway plan
GVille Handicapped Typing SCRIBE SERVICES ComputerLaserTyping
30.75.11 Weeks Flea State Road 26, 3ml
Market.
3787179. Graphics, Editing & Publication
BUYING, cash for your Football, Base.ball
west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open
Basketball Call Dan 335- Design 818 W. Univ. Ave. 3776170. 2-
Hockey. AAA STORAGE
Sat & Sun. 4722061. 2-8-20-11 Typing reports business legal *
6413. 2.7.4.10 Close to UF. Convenient resumes cassettes transcribed applications Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable .
4x4x4 $1S/mo MOVING? letters notary *etc.Available service. Reasonable rates. Laser
Need a tutor lor McIntosh computer pro 4x8x8 $25/mo Resourceful student w/ full size truck will 24 hours/7 days3722777./ 43075.12 printer 377-8175 fl:00pm.: 3-16-35-12
gram Arcitnon. Call 3350734. 2-7-3-10 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 beat any price In town. 336-9461. 3-8-30-

11 Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports RESUMES
Need of Recaro seats for Mus-
a pair a
tang.I, have a replacement set ol replica ** GATOR MOVING ** Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List. Same day, Next day.
ONE STOP DENTISTRY WCS 917 NW 13lh 3739822. 4-30-75- & .
Many Styles Fonts. Editing.PC
Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1-
'Recaros. I will pay good money! and I will
replace the seats myself. Call 335-4548 & item/Hse Full. Days/Eves./ Long die Accepting new pts, emerg. Lab 17 St & Univ. 372-6500. 2-7-5-
Adult $30 child
Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 3744791. 4.30.75.11 cleaning $20 MICRO CENTERTyping 3364936. Full
asklorVince. 2-9.5.10 ((4)wlsd) tee $325, ((3)wlsd) tee $250 & sell service computing. Typing starts (@ Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons ((2)wlsd) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Sell service campus. Dependable, quality service.
11 SERVICESNW boarding woodser facilities Accept MCVAE. 2-28-18-11 resumes $2.50/hr 15page. Lss.rtypu'l Reasonable rates 24hr/day, Call Carol
hay rides parties sales' working graphics spell check theses 3734464. 2-16-11-12
466.3224 3758080. LAWN CARE dependable hard work student papers special characters employment .
students ,
accepted.
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave seeks commercial work. Mow, trim, databases mallmerge training Word Processing! Call 373.4281 eves,
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 4.30-75-11 edge, etc one time or long term Kevin eve WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 430. 372-7061 days. For Immediate Interface,
520, 10% disc. to students. 3328917. 4- 3736417. 284.11 65.12 calilh. Acel (ask for Rick). 2-8-4-12
*SUNBELT MOVING*

PRO DJ SERVICEIII! Professional Moving/Packing ft Supplies. ENGLISH TUTORI I need help grammar/ ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect GATOR TYPING Fast. Accurate Low
Lots of exp., pro equip., plenty o' tunes. 1ltemHouse lull. Local/Lng dist. Llc/lns. or essay writing? $8/hr, eves/wkds Call 5.0-edit/proof/spell/ all work guaranteed. Rates. Quality laser printing. Discounts
For the most fun call CJ at 375. 483. Priced lor Students! Marty 375-MOVE. 4- 377-8978, not a paperwrltlng service. 2- English B.A. Ripp 3763649. 21320.12 avail. Days, eves, wknds. 3734564. 2-
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otters manicures, pedicures, nail captive born baby 332-9165 eves and bar across front sentimental
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VALENTINE'S BALL Feb 10 University
David 395-7453. Lv Msg. 2-7-3-19 24. Call 392-0267 or contact
Interested In weight loss thru nutrition and chemistry of-
Center Hotel, friend meet
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GUNS'GUNS'GUNSI'! '! treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum
1800 Gun Inventory optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 3761288. The Alligator!
Over 500 handguns In stock 2-28-20-16

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Congratulations Sigma Chi sticking around." nestine Weaver said the senior
NEW YORK San Francisco The 49ers had forbidden may not compete in the tri-
THE WINNERS OF FOUR quarterback Joe Montana, suffer- Holmgren from negotiating for meet against Alabama and
IFC
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ANNUAL AWARDS more honor and some wel- Bowl. He became fair game fol- Brennalt UFs top all-aroun-
come news Tuesday-the 49ers' lowing the 49ers' 55-10 bombard- der this season, strained her
THE BUDDY McKAY FRATERNAL offensive coordinator will not be ment of Denver Jan. 28 that gave I. neck muscles while practicingon
leaving. San Francisco its second consec- the vault. Weaver said the
EXCELLENCE AWARDThe While the Super Bowl's Most utive championship. senior probably will not travelto
award given to the single chapter which excels in all Valuable Player was being salutedas Montana lauded Holmgren for the meet in Tuscaloosa,Ala.,
1989 Man of the Year by The the routes and said
adjusting pass Saturday.No .
of Greek on.
activity including
areas chapter Relations Sporting News, an hour's drive he did a"damn good job."He said word on her condition:
scholarships, community relations, campus involvement, away the New York Jets were an- the continuity of the 49ers in was available late Tuesday. -,.
intramurals & chapter programming. nouncing the signing of Bruce which the head coaching job was Brennalt won the allaroundtitle
Coslet as head coach. passed from Bill Walsh to George for the Gators in their first
THE MORTON WOLFSON The Jets had been searching fora Seifert-is central to making the two meets this season. She is
OUTSTANDING FRATERNITY coach for six weeks, with the 49ers what some contend is the the defending Southeastern
candidates narrowed to two offen- NFL's greatest team. Conference vault champion.
PRESIDENTS AWARD sive coordinators-Coslet of the "You hate to interrupt the flow This !is the third but apparently -
Cincinnati Bengals and Mike of any team,*Montana said. "We least serious-injury
THE FRATERNAL EXCELLENCE Holmgren of the 49ers.Holmgren stayed within when Bill left. for the Gators this season. Senior
AWARD FOR ALUMNI RELATIONSTHE withdrew from consideration The family is not entirely Janice Kerr and sopho-
Monday for "personal reasons." happy. Steve Young, the backup more Lynette Wittmeier are
FRATERNAL EXCELLENCE "It's great for us," Montana quarterback, grumbles about recuperating from injuries and
said."He's kept the offense intact wanting to play elsewhere. Mon- will not compete in 1990.SHARON.
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free-throw shooting in final minutes seals UF's fate
UP women's basketball with 17 points apiece to earn
Alligator Staff Report themselves a chance to win by building a 63-57 lead player Camille Ratledge broke team-high honors as the Lady
with three minutes to play in the game. But Georgia Gators shut USF down.
the Southeastern Conferencecareer While
Free throws in basketball do not win all the games ((14-6 overall, 7-4 in the SEC) outscored the Gators
record for assists Tues- the Lady Bulls were being held
only the close ones. 13-2 down the stretch to win.
day night as she and the Lady scoreless for nearly the first five
Junior Dwayne Davis missed two free-throws with UF contributed to the Bulldogs'comeback by miss- Gators whipped South Florida minutes, UF was unstoppable,
16 seconds left Tuesday night as UF lost 70-65 to ing the four free throws, the last two by Davis with 66-52 at the USF Gym in Tampa, scoring at will from the inside
Georgia in Athens, Ga. the Gators losing 6665.
completing a season sweep of over the shorter Lady Bulls.
For the game, the Gators made only 11 of 19 Trailing 68-65, junior Renaldo Garcia missed a the Lady Bulls.Ratledge Sophomore guard Teresa

free-throws compared to the Bulldogs' 14 of 19 shoot- three-point attempt with two seconds left.Garcia triedto had 10 assists in 22 Brown had a career-high 12
ing from the line, but missed four free-throws in the draw a foul on the play, since players fouled in minutes of play-most compli- points.

closing minutes for the Southeastern Conference loss. three-point territory are entitled to three free throws ments of post players Rhvonja The Lady Gators im-

"We are not a very good free-throw team," interim under an SEC experimental rule. Smith and LaTonya McGheeto provedto 12-9 overall. USF, led

coach Don DeVoe said. "When you get in a tight Alec Kessler sealed the game with a pair of free- top the mark of 767 held by by sophomore guard Angie
margin"like we were in, you have to make the free throws. Kessler and Litterial Green each scored 14 Tennessee's Dawn Marsh. Snyder's 25 points, fell to 8-13.

throws. points to lead the Bulldogs, while Davis scored a Smith and McGhee finished -ALUGATOR STAFF REPORT
The Gators ((6-12 overall, 2-9 in the SEC) gave career-high 29 points for the Gators.



I UF soccer clubs kick off spring season


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Men seekto Good record not




improveBy good enough forwomen's

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MATT FOGLESON .......

Alligator Writer ,
,:..iwI'
The UF men's soccer club, squadBy

which plays its first match of the
In the fall, UF suffered a 1-0
spring season Feb. 10 against Eck- SEAN B. LAW
double-overtime loss to Georgia.
erd College, hopes to improve on Alligator Writer
the 5-5-3 record it posted in the fall, "
club vice-president Cam McC- After posting a 10-2-2 record dur- Against evenly matched teams,
lelland said. ing the fall season,the UF women's like Georgia, UF hasn't been able

And club president Dan Ormes soccer club kicks off its spring to get the ball in the net when it

thinks the squad should improve season Saturday in hopes of mak- needed to, suffering a 3-2 loss to
with at least seven starters return- ing a good record even better. South Florida and tying both Tul-
ing from the fall. That goal begins with a trip to ane and Louisiana State.
Tallahassee to
"The outlook is pretty good,"
face rival Flor- Offensively,
Ormes said. "The core of our teamis
'We have
ida State. a very the addition of
seven or eight guys who've been
"We have freshman 'Alli-
playing together for a long time." a young, very different
very young, son Zuchman,
take McClelland teamwork said to find it's success.going to very different team than in the who accountedfor

"This season's team needs to d team than in the 70 percentof
It's been said
come together and gel better than past," senior past. the scoring

in previous seasons," he said. sweeper Ivy that we haven't beenas last semester,
Cohen said."It's should help the
"This year's team definitely has a
lot more leadership than previous b2 been said that serious as we developing of-

teams." Irk we haven't beenas have been in the fense.
serious as we
In addition to McClelland and
Ormes, last season's top scorer, have been in the past, but we are try "We are nota
ul? past, but we are polished team,
Dan Clark will return at forward.
to ing to that seri- but are
Stopper Todd Balfoort and center trying get get we
that seriousness more skilled
midfielder Kevin Stewart also are back.
ousness "
back. than most,
expected to be team leaders.
Since soccer isn't a varsity sportat Althoughonly Ivy Cohen team coach
UF, the club is the only outlet a club senior S t e, v e
team, which sweepermeans Bouchard said.
for students to play the game withan Al 4
it does "We have a nu-
organized team. It faces top-
notch competitors, many of whom 9 not compete against NCAA-sanc- cleus of skilled players, and what
will be coming here in April for the tioned squads and is not funded by we lack in skill we make up in

,I 13th annual A.C. Moore Tourna- the UF athletic department, it does hustle and tenacity."
ment. 0. A have its share of varsity-caliber ath-

:letes.A After visiting FSU where UF
Ormes said one of UPs biggest
rivals Florida State will playin big part of its recent success won the last meeting 2-0, its first-
the tournament,which is named KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR comes from the leadership and di- ever victory against the Lady Sem-
for the man who started UPs soc- Eric Brown, a member of the UF men's soccer club, goes through rection on the part of)f the older inoles it will return to

... cer club in 1953 the nation's practice to prepare for Saturday's opener against Eckerd College. players. Gainesville to prepare for its own

oldest college soccer club. will have somewhat would say with the edge of Senior goalkeeper Sue Rathmanner tournament

Southeastern Conference experience, we'll definitely has been with the team since
squads who will participate in- better than we did in the fall," her freshman year and has allowed Slated for Feb. 24 and 25,UF will

clude: Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana said."Now everyone knows only) one goal in UF's last 11 games. play host to Georgia, Georgia
State and Tennessee. Other tendencies of their team That fact also can be attributed toa Wesleyan, FSU and others.
non-conference teams, such as rience."I ." resilient defense, led by Cohen

.. Georgia Tech and Clemson, may and senior midfielder Dawn Day. Following the tournament, the

participate. the most important aim of Being a defensive-oriented team team will play home matches as

Ormes also said the squad, club is to have fun... "and win, .does have its drawbacks, though, well as travel to Alabama, Georgia,
which began practice two weeks I McClelland said. In terms of scoring'productivity.( North Carolina and USF. '


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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 98 I he III l e 4 1 i IpI f14r i W E. rt9 WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 199W Campus group explores dreams.9 Soccer clubs get their kicks.20 Money from fundraisers By ANA ACLE Aigator Writer The Black Student Union paid off the $6,800 debt it incurred last year earlier than expected -a year and a half earlier At a Student Senate meeting Tuesday night, BSU President Roxy Oliver presented the remaining $4,266 93 the group owed Student Government 'The debt has plagued BSU long enough," Oliver said as she announced that her payment had been handed in Tuesday afternoon at 2 p m. Senators applauded as Oliver left the room. i1he goal of my admistraiion was to upgrade BSU's image and pay off the debt to SG -not to prove ourselves -but to show the campus that we're a strong and viable group," Oliver said Monday BSJ incurred a $10,100 debt when it overspent its budget for the 1987 Black History Month, and in 1988 when it signed a speaker for that year's Black History Month without telling SG finance leaders first SG accepted some of the responsibility and reduced the allows group to make pay "The goal of my administration was to upgrade BSU's i .magre and pay off the debt to SG -not to prove ourselves -but to show the campus that we're a strong and viable group. -Roxy Oliver BSU president payment to $6,800 SG paid the speaker on the vonditor that BSU would pay back the debt in three equal paymentsand gave BSU deadline dates reach of those payments. But BSU managed to come through with the first payment ahead of schedule. And what was first thought to be three payments, was paid oif III two Oliver said she wanted to get the debt out of ments 18 months early BS's way so that he group call (otinu to gain the respect we've never had hot aay deserved" The BSU debt, Olver said has cast native publicity on the group Paying iff early tcI put the negative publicity behind it Fundraising events, such as the statewidt step show the group held last weekend, we t the reason for the early payments. Oliver said She said about 3,00) students tendedd the show, a precision danceandIt hantsompelition among black Greeks Oliver said her group is now ready to start mainstreaning with olher orgai/iations in hopes reatmg better relaiions bt wten BY) and all other student groups Although she said here have been some problems that SG has solved smoothly, Oliver said she would like to clarity som prevtous misunderstandings about payme ni deadines "All along RSU didn't want senators to take away the debt We just wanted Lisi c larny Alligator writer Anthon Ledrmin on(ributed to this report "I $2500() sUETTE ClO -ALLIGATOR Patrick Sessions speaks to reporters during a news conference Tuesday at the Alachua County Sheriff's office Sessions daughter, Tiffany, disappeared Feb. 9, 1989 after leaving her Casablanca East condominium to go speed-walking. Despite months of investigation and several thousand phone tips, the former UF business student remains missing. Sessions is offering a $250,000 reward for information leading to Tiffany's safe return See slated story, page 10. BSU see Murphy, Page 8 pays off remainder of debt to SG Murphy fighting history By BLAKE FONTENAY Aiigator Wr tor When I I ,nillo iI\ l we .% Ilhy quality it riu a (,a Iii "Ille City (el mImil stion stat ll 21 somae fellow siidews Irt L II G I r s 'I sl>1,11' (;vt'rf lTi'% jVIn( 1510 1 .LI (111[& RIt n"Tad %hlWAlt Ll. \'' ,r, i ]fllrl \Li ih o ld I EI I1,1 iI u c r 111K predicted \lurphi d tvand io l wtiIo d lead to a nEW 'ii It &it aI aml, it lt %ay sNi lVIE vi ht al government But a ten Ira] question rtrilain 5 Bastd (I n pant heitoy lie imiswir I n MARCH 13 No ,ite im volved in local polXhics stlus to remember the last hne a student won a seat on the t InuIII5%Lol if it has ever hapriil at all No lasting records are kept at coiiy election headquarters regarding the proessionol formeru It(y [ missoners Hlft no stIdent has vter non lir a ditrit seat before Iii the past, all o0 the lily' Lsi dents elected five L01 mm1ssilnELTrs to 'at large" eats [n 1988, (h itv charter was revised I hree of III live comissioirs now are tIho sen from individual ditrits while two still are ete t'd "at large The District 3 seat that Murphy seeks miludes I rtlit t Iher students lticg Lill Amui ts lt1.iv vote, another IrItI(l that iIIcludes the apartment comlexts along Souihweit loth Avenice,and much o southwest ainesville Murphy hopes suide ts will alp fairt hom, but he 'l (cncidg any votes in tler parts If III istrg I "1)efinitely, the students having on campus will be our main two pie," Murphy said "But I don'i want it write anything off :'m going to try very hard on the out side I want to take away votes from Ihe other candidates Former City Commissioner Jiti Chalmers said hell have to And Chalmers knowssomething about the subject In 1973, while still a student at UF, she ran for a seat on the commission After a

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Schintzius says ciao UF, withdraws from school By MIKE DAME Alligator Staff Writer Former UlI center Dwayne 'htmt,.ius seems to be making a quick transit ion from the amateur to the professional world of athletics. The 7-foot-2 former Gabor, who quit the team Jan 24, withdrew from UF last Friday and is believed to be headed overseas to play professionally, likely in Milan, Italy, according to sports agents who represent Americans playing in Europe Iarry Fitzimorris, UF's assistant athletic director for student services, said Schpntzius has left school and moved out of Yon Hall, the athletes' dormitory "Dwayne made a decision to withdraw from the university, and he went through the proper procedures through Tigert (Hall)," Fitmorris said "I'm sure he's got advisers now telling him what to do Schintzius could not be reached for Jormment tuesday Washigitn sportsigent Ril I represents nine players in Schinluius would fit in nicely it Milan, thedefening -but struggling -Italian nauunal champions "Milan has called me look ing for a player.' said Pollak, who added he has not spoken to and does not represent Schictzous 'they're concerned about finishing high enough to get into [he top level of the playoffs, and a decision was made thursday night by Milan to actively replace one of its players II ltak h Italy, "jidl Schintzius "I negotiated thecontract tor (seven-year NBA player) Mark lavaron with the Milan team this year. and Mark got hurt, and they replaced him with (nine-year NBA player) Earl Cureton,' Pollak said "But Cureton hasn't done the job I'm very familiar with the team and the people there, and Milan would be the typeofl organizationathL vilw l want to bring Dwayne Schiniitus aboard Sthmztus,. a finalisi Jor lie loss irs Olymit tsaim, ti eled to I Trope that smImITIIIIr Io compete with the U S stlit I 1ral hill after tch North Sloan and his staff were forced to resign Oct 31. lus Schintnus said he never cionsid* ered leaving the team to go to Europe because he did not like playing on foreign soil "I thought about playing mi Italy or something, but ded against fhat.'Schittutold The Alligator in November "I was thinking about everything I could do to get back at the school (for forcing Sloan to reltre).but hata not in my best interest Among Pollak's clients is tornier I F player Eugene McDowell, who plays in fur key But Pollak sud he has no idea what Schintaius' professional aspirateons are Word tit TSuininju poiblkmnit it I tgarit. a I I Augi l's spI rs agit iwho I egarie waui i the uirtmi v lhoe'dav it his secretary, (Iit I).goiu i sLl sit ,s heard that Milan is irrTslitil IT stlIlIIllLIS (s* Iuntzms) may ho going In I rv',Iit or something like [hit. tt I to heart of I i deals," Dagostno said But long Island, N. sports o.im lit (lass, another represlnta. iif e sea] players in I'urop. ,iil he hIsi heard LIn d n1e inuniit.l mI I irthI for him It) do anyway, but thi s besiie the S hintzus younegr brother, Iravi. a freshman Iorward for ( I', sparked theI ruwean distLiIsion after prairie Monday when he said Dwayne wis looktig into the possibility u1 playing overseas., tiher il see Schintzius, page 13 ACLU asks support for Indian exhibit By GEOFF BOUCHER Alligator Staff Writer The American Civil Liberties Union of Flonda has thrown its support behind an American Idian groupdemanding itsversuiit of history be included in a UIE museum exhibit on Spanish exploration Charles Willett, chairman of Gainesville's ACLU branch, wrote an open letter to the UF community Tuesday to garner support for protesters who want an exhibit of their own to display along with First counters, a depiction ofearly Eturopean expeditions into the Caribbean The ACLU Chapter Board appeals to the faculty, students, and staff of the University of Florida to support request for 1,000 square feet of space at the museum to present a supplementary exhibit .which can then join the 'First Encounters' exhibit on it's three-year tour," the letter said First Encounters kicked off a national tour at the Florida Museum of Natural History last month, and is the work of museum director Peter Bennett The exhibit, now in Tampa, will mark the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' historic voyage to America in 1492. But the Amer ican Indian Movement says it teaches the wrong lessons. AIM leader Jan Eliot said the exhibit's text includes phrases like "New World" and "Spanish discoverers," which insinuate that Indian culture did not exist before the expeditions. "When the racist and colonial ist attitude of the dominating few become so institutionalized that the historically oppressed preopies themsives fail to recognize these views as racist, this becomes another form of enslavement," Eliot said in a news release last month. Willett said his organiation doeiIt i support the protesters or the museum instead they sup port the First Amendment "[in this case there seems to te a whole position that is missing fromihe discussion, and we think they should have the opportunity to express their view," Willett sIdl Museum spokeswoman Neddi Perez said a counter exhibit could be arranged, but protesters would have to go through "proper university channels,' which in cludea review by a museum committee But Perez said the protesters don't have a strong stance to set their exhibit around "I don't think her points have been very valid," Perez said 'A lotofthem have been unclearand some of the things she criticized were taken out of context Willett's letter took a legal approach to getting the 4upplernenta] exhibit when it utda earlier ACltU letter, sent to intermUF President Robert Bryan in December The passage says AIM deserves equal access to the exhibit area because the museum is legally "a public form "But UF attorney Pam Bernard said the argument is off base "TIe concept of equal time does not apply in this case," Bernard said "There is no political statement being made.' Bernard said there are three types of forums at UF -public, limited and non-public In public forums, such as the Plaza of the Americas, people can 'express theirviewsiWthout Inhibition" In limited public forums, such as the University Auditorium, expression is limited by format. In non-public forms, such as classrooms and the museum, there "is no right, tradition or legality for open discussions which would Interfere with the education process," Bernard said. F ANN sroDiAsR Michelle Diamond, facing, hugs Melanie Knapp after her student conduct hearing Tuesday. Diamond was arrested at a protest at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Knapp was also a participant In the demonstration. Protester faces conduct board By DUANE MARSTELLER Alligator Writer The UF freshman whon, police arrested in December for sitting in a boat to protest the "First Encounters"exhibit at the Florida Museum of Natural History will find out Thursday whether she may be expelled from UF for her actions The Student Conduct Committee met Tuesday night to decide what punishment, if any, Michelle L Diamond should receive for climbingaboard a replcaof Chris, topher Columbus' ship Dec. 11 to protest the museum's exhibit of Columbus' voyage Into the West. ern Hemisphere. Protesters said the exhibit was racist because it didn't show how poorly the Spanish treated native Indians. Although the conduct committee agreed on a recommendation, Diamond won t know until at least Thursday what it is, Judicial Affairs Dean Irene Stevens said The secret re commendation will go to Student Services )ean James Scott, who will then meet with Diamond before makimig a decisio If she doesn't like Scott's decision, Diamond can appeal to Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen, Stevens said Diamond appearedcalm during [he 45-minute hearing at the Reitz Union and was backed by 15 supporters as LF called three witnesses against Diamond Those witnesses -Graig Shaak, the museum's associate director, and UF police officers Mark Hendon and Nick Konopka, who arrested Diamond -said she was warned several times to get off the exhibit but refused Police had nochoice but toarrest her and charge her with trespassing and resisng arrest witlIut violence, Hendon sad I 11t LitnIInid sid she wALs Iever ordered to get of the ship nor was she warned that slit would be arrested for rosia i rg if she didn't get off the ship "I was never told to got off ti boat ,' Diamond said liamond and Paul Finkelstein, another iF student arrested at the protest, also fate criminal charges in Alachua County court Fuikestei's trial is expected to start in two weeks, while Diamond's trial date has not been set. Although the worst penalty Diamcond can receive is expulsion from UF, Stevens said the student probably will get a lesser punishment. "Usually with acaseofthismagmtude, we're not talking about expulsion' Stevens said. AWI DM NIi AY 11 RRRY I u Al.RAlt I

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1II' 1 i if I I I tl I I lot ELSEWHERE China tOughefls S '' O, III 'I -( hnLl I iN [itsI' I{,vt' 1" s iiiv, 1 ht il I i IC1-s% 3:1 LOUlTge grflliial 1 k I ILVI v tars het>i1 g(oIiIg a rnto o' I IT A tstmr.it, bringig [it, i o I toir v l i t i i ( 1juafi P workt-rs Uir new im-asurt applies both Lofg{wrniicent 'poll scored and privately uided txrhange stiudai. [the sources sied they saild he require(] amount of tion vares d( ordingo different schools and in somekase 0 uld reach a high o S4,761 tper student The Chinese government is known to be distressed over the increasingly large percentage of overseas exchange students who choose to remain abroad An estimated 36,000 students studying in the United States may now legally extend their stays without returning to China, according to an administrative order given by President Bush The order is intended to protect students from possible persecution at home, China has not responded to Bush'sorder, although it warned sharply of "retaliation" if the U S Congress passed a bill containing the same provisions The bill was defeated two weeks ago by a narrow margin of four votes in the Senate. Some sources say the Chinese government may have written off students now attending U S umver sites as permanently indoctrinated by the West, making them risky sources of dissent should they return "China may not want those students back at all." said a Western diplomat in Beijing riega, drug cartel reported Tuesday Vega is reportedly wanted for smuggling six tons of cocaine to the United States and is believed an associate of Medellin cartel kingpin Pablo Escobar the most wanted mail in Colombia Vega is not on the U S Justice Department's list of the 12 most wanted Colombian drug traffickers and I police did not say which U S. state wants him. Fourteen Colombians have been sent to the Unted States to face trial since President Virgilio Barco re-established extradition to battle warring drug cartels last August. Also on the drug front, El Tiempo reported that U S. Ambassador Thomas McNamara told Interior Mini ster Carlos Lemos Simmonds the United States is confident President Bush wll be safe during his five-hour visit to Colombia on Feb. 15 Bush is to meet with the presidents of Colombia. Peru and Bolivia to devise an international strategy to battle drug trafficking The president's trip has been haunted by press reports the drug traffickers are planning to assassmate him. Two weeks ago CBS reported the cartels were plotting to shoot down the president's plane with SA-7 shoulder-fired missiles as he arrived in Cartagena, the site of the summit. or new university was established in 1974, and the student population has grown from 524 students to 1,100 last fall. To keep up with the growth, the Tampa university has been importing about 20 professors to the Fort Myers campus each week to support its juniorand semor-level courses Last year, it cost the school $157,000 in overtime pay for traveling teachers and $50.000 to haul them about 150 miles each fay. If projections of 100,000 new jobs created by 1995 are accurate, Fort Myers could one day be a plum location. Meanwhile, local and state leaders want a separate school. "You just can't pour that many people into an area without expanding educational programs," said state Rep. Keith Arnold, D-Fort Myers. "It'sonly logical that if there's going to bea 10th university, that it be here." -g '* r~Let the Romance Begin!!f The LadiesoIIjit J T1 ---------------L-I Alpha Omicron Pi would like to congratulate our new sisters 41 Krisi Abrahams Nikki Layman i /I Duffy Anderson Jenny Leasure Celaine Bauer Michelle Maconi Lynn Blizman Jennifer McBath T Jennifer Carson Shannon McCormick Amy Cherry Julie McMahon Robin Corley April Murena Chrystelle Cummtnal Kara Ozeki K ristan David Carrie Packwood q Julie Dovn Jodi Pampel Lynda Dunn Sarah Phelps Carne Fruit Shell, Recksieck Shannon Gallagher Sally Styles Julie Grace Rani Sier Jennifer Graham Kerry Skiles Heidi Harstook TAy SmL COIth Katherine Hawkins Mary Soltesz Dan Hayes Susan Toledanot Wendy Jardon Chani Wiggns Nob Kahrs Jennifer Wilkins Michelle Lode 'We Love ou! -0 _ _ _ h AC CONGRATULATIONS TO S Be Ou E Andrea Sabbitt Nicole Barkett Kristen Sarnette Stevie Beardon Tamarah Bizaro Deubse Brager Themes Cirott lennder Ccs, il Dallano ulle Daniels Shannon E ers Nicole Efkin Patnoia Foster Vanessa Greenston lennifer Hines Stephanie Howe Lisa Hubi jamilyno Jackson Michelle Johnson Getchen jungemian Krystal Kelo Mkbele Lafreniere Meredipt MacLeod Chnestri Minez Kelly Molcln THE NEW ISTERS OF KAS cause of You r Kite Soars ier Higher! ) N. .4 te / Courtn Miller Ter Moton Iaur. Marhinson julie Nelson Lurs Noble Stephanie can Cialoen Pachon lug Pelecchia Deanna Pope Sta Scaglione EI Shaeffer Haves Scharf Samantha Schwelbish Meredith Singer Lisa Stits Lsa Stoddard Kristine Strain Ruth Thompson Stenphani Von., Caie Watson jmmfe Whoe Amy Williamson lervenr Wlson NVc vii

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WtDNsi ESDAY, I H'BJARY in. ALIJGAIOR Vision fined $60 for tablecloths By AJUDY A. PLUNKETYT Alligator Starf Writer Student Government election officials Tuesday fined the Vision party $60 for fail. ing to register some of its campaign material. The Election Commission imposed the fine after Vision members admitted they did not spring register tablecloths that covered their campaign tables at the Reitz Union and Turlington Hall. Election rules state that all campaign materials must be registered with Elections Sopersisor Tim Crowley before they are distributed or used. Larry Medvinsky, representing Vision, said his party did not register the cloths because students had not done so in past elections. 'They weren't campaign materials because they were just adornments,* Medvinsky said. "We went under that assumption' The tablecloths were hung on six tables last week. and commissioners voted to fine the party SIO for each table Vision vice presiden tial candidate Kevin Mayux expressed his exasperation at the charges when comniissioners announced their decision "We can't afford that," Mayeux said. At the end of the otions meeting, Crowley asked commissioners whether the money reports filed by parties should be open to the public. Party officials filed their first reports Monday and are required to file more next week. 'he reports list all contributions to the party, accompanied by a copy of all bills paid by the party or on the party's behalf. Commissioners chose not to interpret the law and told Crowley to take his question to the Board of Masters, SG's Supreme Court Crowley said he will try to submit the question to the board today. UF By NICOLE WEED Alligator Writer After years of hassles with local recycling companies, UF will be including married housing residents in its paper recycling program. UF physical plant waste coordinator Al Krause said, But UF only will pick up paper, not other recycleables such as glass or plastic because the program only offers paper recycling. Krause sard it hopes to pick up plastic in the future. Paper, he said, constitutes the greatestvolumeat UF The other estimated 2,100 tons of recycleables go to landfills at a cost of $55 per ton. That figure doesn't include the 4,700 tons of paper that the new recycling program, which began in August, picks up. And it may be weeks before physical plant workers empty their first paper bin from the married housing resident parking lot. "We're running into serious difficulty getting containers" Krause said "We had every intention of bringing in containers this week We have virtually everything on hand. For married housing residents who have been recycling for years, this is welcome -and overdue -news Tanglewood resident Sandra Sanchez, who started the recycling drive in Tanglewood two years ago, said there a not enough volunteers to keep the program working efficiently Is a lot of work for the residents." Sanchez said. "They'll be happy once the university is involved with the program Sanchez said Tanglewood had probiems with local contractors and didn't have the resources to haul recycleable garbage away once it had been col lected Tanglewood had contracted Expert Services two months ago to pick up its recycleable garbage because the load got too big to handle alone Last year while Sanchez was pregnant, she and two other pregnant residents hauled most of the load to local recycling companies "It was us threeand two guys trying to coledt everything," Sanchez said "We just didn't have the facilities to do it -enough trucks, or enough people Sanchez said Tanglewood hired Gator Recycling, but the company often would not show up to take the recycteables. 'They decided it wasn't worth their time," Sanchez said, Gator Recycling Office manager Aubrey Blackmon said he dealt with the villages for about a year and called the relationship a 'condy of errorst' where sometimes he would b, lte or there would be no onat the site to hell) load the trucks "It just didn't work out lor us or lor them so we just backed out of it," Blackmon said Rena Buchan ,coordi ntoroti married housing, said the small volume of recycleable goods produced by the villages may have made them seem unprofitable to local companies '"hey're not going to send somnone out for $30 worth of recycleables," Buchan said 'They have to pay for the people they send out Diamond Village resident manager Tony Roig said his complex had to stop recycling last month because they couldn't find a company who would pick up the re ycleable materials, and the only resident with a truck didn't have time to haul the materials Roig said Diamond Village also expenenced problems with Gator Recycling 'They always said 'yeah, we'll do it' and then never show up." he said "They came twice, I think But they never came on time, and they never came on schedule Itae company that picks up lit' s recycleables Florida Central Recycl ing, relused to take married housing's loads betause' it says it doesn't palk up produce such as glass and news pape-rs that family housng ihuows [te Waste Maniagiirtii 'V I (it 1988 requires Il to redi({ its solid waste lo 10 percent by 19% CLASS College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Student Council C MEETING TODAY Will be held at the McCarty Hall, Room 3108, Wed. Feb, 7 at 5:10 pm All those interested are encouraged to attend for more info call 392-2154 Volunteers needed for six-month oral contraception study. REQUIREMENTS. Good health, between 18-35 years: no medical problems with oral contraceptive use: must be In Gainesville area for next six months. BENEFITS: Free physical exam, pap smear; blood test -including cholesterol: six-month's supply of oral contraceptives, 5 T7heClimacteric clinic han A research division or Vmens Medical and O'agnosi, Center For Information call 372-5600 GOURMET NIGHT AT THE REITZ" GOURMET DIm*ER Finm apptor 10 dflssr ii a a I'nary oxprnoncu ,hsh *ill sais'y Itio1, epcujrean as woO as ihe noanco gourmet an GrablrDininbSterrvieBingws FieDiningo Cmpo aaf Onmon ad Wtntii bear CGratme-' 7sence d circle C']nwmmle -aa Hears ot pain, salad with bihb hetoute and wancrrts Hol .hililAkr mushru'rn 'Mld with Beigan erndive PoachMd Srasi d dhickar flrnnoie with wild WUehr'tWT partwine .id hazelnul tbuiIr sauce Poek acaiiop4ni th a tmgcr and making dflm Star mnm bed w.it5 leeks ad c&ii sauce Boihd s.imn steak -5urd bianc witi bk~u chetme and iuie v.,ge&'abi, neaaLirr Sr PUmpkIJT nan with rifth vanila QUe Banana castor with r.,sn ad crango wt mp open Come jw. nr for a grjdy fue dna Swperarnr Bowri o 'o Thursday Evenings from LbS pmvs 'ubi"ARREDONDO ROOM Marvt ard floor I Wvres kenr, or t-o, Renrvarums Call 3Q2 11346 recycling program expands (e gI Advertise Already!

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OPINIONS The butt bill Stale Rep David llagg, I) (iinesville, iitroduc d a bill to the Irgislature last week that he hopes would ban smoking anywhere on any inch of campus. In an ideal world, we'd love it if no ont4 smoked but people (Io And some even enjoy it. Banning smoking on campl would not be unconstitu tional. The state can prohibit other forms of addictive drugs, including alcohol, Flagg says, so they can ban smoking any way they please. But a total smoking ban would infringe and unreasonably hamper a person's ilividual right to smoke. We think smoking is a ternble habit and although many smokers say the saime thing, we cannot support government regulation of human weaknesses LF and Stu dcnt Government officials were successful in getting cigarette vending machines off campus and in banning smoking in campus cafeterias Those restrictions were rational because a person's right to smoke wasn't completely taken away or made technically impossible This ttme, we can't support the ban. Forcing smokers to walk clear across campus -as far as 15 minutes for some faculty and staff -for a cigarette is unfair. We h0pe Flagg 1n1ws he's askirw something infeasible, veIl with an exemption fromt the ban for "scheduled oter coltgiateathletic vents Much inI tie samch veint as budget requests, Flagg is asking for an exticmt because he knows hell have to make political conces sions So it's possible that he's leaving I0 0m for negotiations an( compromise when he is asking o ban smoking everywhere on campus, including private oltices, dormitories and on the sidewalk Flagg said he doesn t want to start comproi sing the Sue beflre it gets to debate, so he's sticking to his guns Jmd asking for the total ban. But the people most affected by the ban are the people who work in campus buildings eight hours a day or who live in dtms How will bosses react when employees take two 20 -minute cigarette breaks an hour? Is it really wise to ask a freshman, female smoker who's up late studying to walk outside her dorm at 3 am to have a smoke' Or does Flagg expect everyone to just say no to siiokimug If the bill whittles down to ban smoking in buildings, we hope legislators remember that dorms are homes for thousands of students and designate a "smoking dorm" or "smoking floor" instead UF does not have a smoking policy, or even an antismoking policy. It follows the state's policy of "no smoking in any building except where expressly permitted." Florida's Clean Indoor Air Act does not require smoking areas to be provided in places that choose to be entirely smoke-free. All areas in public places are considered non-smoking unless a part of that area is set aside for smokers. And the law doesn't require workplaces to allow smoking. Good intentions are noble Rep. Flagg, but extreme rules restricting rights are not. Take your ideas to Tallahassee and fight hard for a more reasonable bill respecting everyone's rights. alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Letters Policy l.1.s to the odlo, mould not encoad 200 wOds SaeOul bra Sy 10 oage nty Whoid be tywed Jbi~boh ard o d fluy abboolsens. atInner. rats, .ddesi .a telaphort numbe, Natu IIe HeI Car .ishid If lis all above ul Caif. 1 you NSvl an n Call Is. Olo pars dIor at 37"4456 Tuition hike requires cooperation J A s coari s the first of a three part senesfront Student Body President led Scales. Today Tuition in, reases and the Board of Regents Frequently, politicians see the need to set the record straight on a numberof issues S.in the midst of Student Government elections, here goes last week, the Florida Board of Regents effectively rejected the Flonda Student Association's request that [he regents amend their current legislative request regarding proposed tuition increases FSA endorsed raising n-statetuition percent and out-of-state tuition 18 percent The regents still support, and have since 1985, raising all tuition 15 percent annually until students generate 25 percent of Florida's higher education budget. The regents set forth three reasons for no[ accepting FSA's proposal 11SA's proposal would generate $5 million less than theirs mAcceptance of FSA's proposal would mark an unprecedented retreat from the regents' "25 Percent Plan *Out-of-state students would be hit too harshly by FSA's plan On its face, the regents' rationale may seem per suasive, but a little insight gives strong support to FSA's plan First, none of the following have ever expressly endorsed the regents' 25-percent plan -the Cover nor, the Legislature, the students, system consultants Drs. Joe Newman and Bill Friday. seven of the current nine system presidents and most surprisingly, II of the regents' 13 current members, One must seriously question the prudence of embracing a philosophical policy that has s little Voter registration drive on campus Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to remind both the Student Body of the University of Florida and the Gainesville community that Tuesday, Feb 6. through Friday, Feb. 9. Student Government is sponsoring a voter registration drive. This is not a drive allowing people to vote in spring SG elctions This is the real thing. If you register during this dnve, you will be eligible to vote in all local, state fl .* E'd StRIj ON POLITICS support outside the regents. The legislature nevi r has, and probably never will, passed a lS-pertew tuition increase Regardless of the philosophical meci of the regents' plan, it is simply politically uinrealsi, and should be revised Second, FSA argues that the out-of-state denitii to attend Florida's universities is inelastic Raismi out-of-state tuition 18 percent, which still keeps it well below the national average, certainly won't be a tremendouslygreaterobstacle to out-of-state stude than the regents' proposed 15-percent increase Against the backdrop of the regents' proposed increase, the arguments of presidents Berne Sliger of FSU and Fred Humiphies of FAMU to "save our tourists" are wholly unpersuasive Florida's state universities should be primarily for Florida citizen who have paid taxes in our state for their entire lives As has happened since 1975, FSA and the regents went to war in the legislature over tuition. eSA won The regent's decision not to work with the students cost our system about $2 million in tuition revenue Surely if FSA can realize that zero-percent tuition increases are not practsal, then the regents cal see the obvious advantages of compromising With FSA on tuition. We, the FSA and the regents, then can lobby together on issues far more substantive thal tuition-financial aid, inorityrecruitment andreenton, academic advisement and faculty salaries, for example. and national elections asa resident of your Gainesville area district As the student lobbyist for UF, I can say without reservation that the principle reason student interests are often ignored is because students don't vote If only a handful of students were to exercise their right to vote, we would be a very formidable Political group I think students are doing bet. ter. but we still have a long way to go Mike Murphy. a student at UF, teels so strongly about expressing his views that he will be running for a seat on the Gainesville City Commission. A student has never been elected to the City Commiis sion, but if he receives strong stu dent support, he could be the first Registration tables are in front of Turlington Hall and in the Stu dent Government office, Room 305 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. They are open from 9 am. to 4 p n Our goal is to register 2.000 voters. please take five minutes out ofyourdayand register tovote this week. Although voting is a right and a privilege, perhaps it should also be considered a responsibility Tim Como dfcter of Stit Lobbying -a -OF THEUI .pe save timeflCr aNhewtgS. xtlmfl h I s

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MURPHY lol" Coe I ter t 1|, wlln er, ',. I A |']11r e [| I l l e t ' I | | 1 1 I T \II I N!li K gw tIe ''. Liti sir t I i I (11t in I In I 1 r 4 oI t t h I, d o : I I i II [o 1 .Ie Ia l01 lid [I IIf up s ol,t]iil S n'~ .n s A ( unt-, il', ILI lt r It IT t o ti'I I '* 'Ilk "I''" '"" I"d l f i lir NldI 11: 1, s rI 11e 1~ LLen I I 11 1 1, I I dem~~~'l ,m I I Io Iu trh v b.Hi ni ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1o 11 p,~ limhsatedo o m II' %I I: t I o l)(1 i, A1 ito s ailn' s!JI hl ii ri I r ietrel T t 111)hr lt It Or \ Lu ( [ lI I I a'J ro I IL, fi I l hes a iberai he ,hituld et pl KnIowt hat t (nix Lididte% i the t I t Irinaff is Al II'C[ II II un t, (halmers aill UF junior Michael Murphy hopes to break tradition by ever to win a City Commission district seat. lIi IlN2, I I presence of I F gradure 'I iit Robert Patterson in he city conualsion rot lorted c halners mino niof wath lot I I,[]' cl a] met rellet ted on that election year and slidaiothier runoffelection islkelythis veAr I hei tret townspeople tould cancel eat It other ount and Mike (Murphy) tould get mi a runim"l she said Bu that scenario would depeid heavily Onl stuLldents And students (traditionally have SUZETIE COO -ALLICAtORH becoming the only student neither registered nor voted in Gainesville, Button said "Students set this as beig a transitory place' Button Sfd "Many of them think of their homesas bemng elsewhere Gainesville is somewhere that hey stay or two or lour years" Anyone who wishes to register to vote in [he election must do so by Monday [he election is March 13 Precinct 31, where students livngon cam pus may vote, traditionally has the lowest Turnout of all the city's precints -11, 11 lower than 10 percent t he regNi, vitors ast ballot Prt n 2, whichinc ludtstle rnL I southwest thin Avenue, usiaIlit, I, ahead of he student pr (ti I it 1 in direct twill lriIs It ds le frtrtt C> Aletil rit ghlbutl> nidholonally have [he highest i i oi, images during city elections 'or 0XaMiple, In Istsitni 24 had the iI Ix rcen[. and 'lters -722 the P85 Iy it 1'(& third highest nioi [he highest iuill Preiunct 31 had 71 voter, 12 pr the total registered, to finish tas n i percentages and actual number o that year And the gap bet (.t. precincts' turnout statistics hasn't (how much since then McEachern, a formercity comminso, thinks there is "a way outside possbilm that could change this year with the dili elections. "I don't think for a minute that there t be a massive student registration,' \l Eachern said. "But because the distinct d. include the campus, I want to be respond, to the needs of students." McEachern said that unless Murphy roots in thecommunity, "it would bedli to get the other five (off-campus) pre( I to take him seriously McKnew, a former city planning ]ILL member, also said Murphy would ned port throughout the entire district "It depends a lot on him," McKnew ,i "If hejust appeals to the studentyvote, I il think he'll do very well If he's qualilit' think he has a chance Murphy said -win or lose -he Tiit, to stay in Gainesville after completing 1, education "I plan on staying here a long timeILI docam aboutthecity,"Murphy said "Idl perceive myself as a radical student h shouldn't be students against the contiii nity -we should all be working together Whether or not Murphy will get a chntIN to work together with four other non-st dent city commissioners remains to be seen Elc.-N SOC''Y WINN-DIXIE HOPE LODGE it bringout the bestin usofe r Interested in a Government Job? Find Out: Weie to flnd Government Summer Jobs/Inter'nships flow to Apply Wheie to Get Forms H Iedl ts Ihurda',, Feb 8, 1990 H 71, R'tz Union lipm 4 p n Florida Blue Key Homecoming and Gator Growl 1990 are now accepting for the following GATOR GROWL Associate Producer Show Program Public Relations The Applicalions are due Wed Feb 14th at 4, 30 p.m in the Florida Blue Key office, Room 312 IWRUJ applications positions: HOMECOMING Assistant General Chairperson Finance Honored Guests Personnel Solicitations Sweetheart Pageant Tickets University Services L I na ., I t o I 11 I ti rI % 'er f I wIao s cin ir wk [it 11, r \lur,lt4 mile Len be Ia t ,I tW I I l d un s oi

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Play looks at women S lives By JAET THOMAS Alligator Writer For some, the play "For Colored Girls who have Considered Suicide when the Rainbow is Enuf," would Seem directed toward a particular group. But the play is for everyone concerned about today's women, said director Althea King. "I don't want people to feel it is based on color," King said. wlte play Isabout the strength ofwomen. Everyone will be able to relate to I." Written by Ntouake Shange, the play Is based on the live of five black women who grow together. 'Through rape, thousand heartache, ithe go to each other for support and strength. "For Colored Girls" will be performed tonight at 8p.m. in the Rion Ballroom, J.W. Reitz Union. Cast members Sonya Harris, esila Donaldson, Nannette Thorns, Kelsha Arnold and Machelle Williams say they have gained a better understanding of themselves and the play by simply acting out their characters' roles. "Thls play makes one mom sensitive to people, and that is notjust hype," Arnold said. is really true" other w-hat Student group to explore dreams By BRITTANY RAY WALLMAN Alligator Writer A small group of students will begin weekly meetings tonight to talk about the bizarre things they do in their dreams The Dream Group, the firstof its kind at UF's Psychological and Vocational Counseling Center, still is open to a bew more students. said Mary Fukuyama. a counseling psychologist for the group The six-week session will focus on personal problem-solving and personal growth through dream Interpretation, Fukuyama said dreams have an tioiiona I ompo trun lust talking cogiiu vtl. Fukuyamra said "berr s someithLg that your subionsciOus is TIrg It coin municate with you" Group members will keep daty dream journals, which may also Include dreams from the distant past Members will share dreams with the group and the group will offer interpretations "It's by sharing your dream ou loud -and hearing other peoples' elaboration of that dream image for themselves -that you gain more insight Into the possible meaning of your dream.' Mayor says compromises are essential By USA SCHMIDT Alligator Writer Most political and personal problems can be solved only through compromise, Gainesville Mayor-Commissioner Cynthia Chestnut told about 50 people who gathered on the Reitz Union lawn for Tuesday's Brown Bag Forum Chestnut, who is running for the Uistnet 2 seat in the March 13 city commission elections, said she overcame personal obstacles to become the firsi black woman to serve as Gainesville's mayor-commissioner "I learned very early the ar! of compromise." she said That basic skill can hell) resolve a dispute between the city and Alachua County over continued operation of street lights and fire hydrants in urban areas outside city limits, Chestnut said IThe tily had tliriIl, i t ( i [ on lights in urnrtorporat-d iis it IL county failed to pay aIl oV dut bib d more than Sit 1,000 Chesinuin sail! l e cuinvy sliuiIld pi oneol three oplin s ity t immlrntrS presented Moindy igh! 1 T or n]pr I mise "for he saik i ciii onuni' ]he onlyy (wit tlx twiultIrporatId areas, implt-nitrii hint tilin[ig [: 1 lite I runt( toM' AgrLi'ImnIIto For Your Valentine! 3% $ C 0 0 -~ 1021 V Meet Bow[le Beau and Kissy Face. Iwo airwalker balloons that will capture your heart. \irwoolktr, ir( 14) balloons with llihtIs aiid tet that pop (cui of a ho\ t I1 tui strprst, Debiierrvd \A110n1sde 7 SALLOONACY BALLOONACY BALLOONACY W UNVLRSIT\ AVE 378-0177 r~ki Choose One: W'Democrat Republican Independent VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE REGISTER TO VOTE WHERE: TURLINGTON, REITZ UNION RNm 305 WHEN: TUESDAY-FRIDAY, 8:30 AM -4:00 PM Nw%' nI' ifl sclti* G 1ThMisiNtpt LONDON $438 KMER 550 AMSTERDAM 418 VIENNA 510 BANGKOK 99 CAEACAS E9E o 738 Taes ac restatd Rostrictiona app~j neways av~abl Sludien ID' EURA1X'7ASSEon ISUEDOr ThEC SPOT? DiE 1ent Toans 1-600-877-Off r llso rITTA~ I'rIsr\bd PNE U"" hooa ro""T% WtE bb. wihlo hias rnLt IT ed tp 1pa L-rns tor T) yeI i, ,id talking about dreams L.11 hell) slv,1 WeIMI. pmob lemt. Group Toimbir t anr ust (itlms to understand [ltemsetes boliel I rtinms reliet I personLIAlhy irms m lit saie way as ik-blot 1N< anml nt red questioning You've got to o into account that a signtLik al I opor Lon of the dreams dot 1lIt Inn IbIIIaII Webb said Although mo s LIrirIIS blev see Dreams II4 I2 1111V

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Tiffany Sessons' year frustrated, r By MIKE BAIJsCELL 'ccp itcrccig lcili\ ''i-,ctI hctis .1 i-I i cs h ic ti i I high vc hlccck .iihc ,cc i uin i,6inr :,I. cccl c' Pw I hu inI[ cc, b tin i i -, tc c-i I c ,.S 1,It [ i,iid ccicl c '.ii klti [ci I cccv imj I -mi (.,in,-a ,li cc Ihrr ( aI iinu iN pc l'p c iiidicini in g c iF, l Lc >('Nsccwhc hhs bt. !c err ric. h' N w ~Aslhe WOui t'cd, 'ven it it cit-n's tnincg hier clicihttr parents finish io end l>,r llaw ,nfcr jlmen! lgent es. I-rb iuary 1 19() imrks anoilier irustrat .g. tILuClt5 (Liv In 1n tunsOlvefi mny-tery i ts I-or (everyonil invtilvrl. nothing has clhinged buii t dette cn thi, alenidar M\?ore than one million fliers anc i a ar later. I (tiny is y il Invesligalors SuISp*Ct iiil )ldv be .a,llif UIh li rturiitinct-, Of I iiicy's dli)Ipp(Irtnt( llcit dsi pl!Oa i( di int jiOflns cci selrt hiiig, thiey dcni have aici ev1 SShtruii spokesman spencer Mann Md~ul VV-Were no closer now (to finding! it, any) t ian the first day she dIsapSpeared" Mann said "We have not h~lthe first piea of evcltnre in fiat < ae lat elI, is anytlitng. ind uding alduetlion lHut no new', is good news -and bad( news -(or Patru k Sessions AlI ioigha portion of a woman s leg in sight incind last I #bruiarv in a nese ''fvr WNs not proven to he Iililnm K 'the ipproximiately 1.X)O Pils reCeivt(I 'i l Sp)cLIal 1Tiffanv IihttIne" hcavenil tii p)flICe in jail Cast Frnday Patrick said he doesn't understand why, a year later, Tiffany can t be found ,, 1S just ian I believe Tiffany could walk clown a street and not he retog ncwed," Patrick said At one ltme last year. P'atrw k. a South florida real estate developer for Arvida Corp .had almost 100 organizations and celebrities -including Miami fDolphms quarterback Dan Ma.rmno -spreading information, distributing fliers and donating workers and search equipmnew to the search for Tnf fan y Although he sold his sport fishing boat. "No Surrender," to help earn back some of the money he spent search ing for his daughter. Patrick isn't ready to give up hope ,f "If could sit here for 20 years and not know where Tiffany is. I wouldn't trade that to find out she's dead today Tiffany disappeared on a Thursday night between 6 and 7 p in after she left her condomnium to go speed-walking between Southwest 35th Place and Interstate 75. leaving her key s and wallet at home When she didn't return after 7 pm. her roommate, Kathy Hsu, went looking for her along th fur-mite route After calling police. Hsu called Sessions' father, who lives in Coconut Grove, and mother in Valrico, Eta., near Tampa. Only a few hours after Tiffany's disappearance, Patrick Sessions called Miami private investigator Wayne Black and leased a helicopter to help search Both paet eei Ganevil the next mornn lookn for te ire daughter, but they weren't alone. Arvida co-workers helped hand out thousands of fliers throughout Gainesville Ajong with the sheriff's office. Patrick and about 700 friends co-workers, UFP faculty and students -1 At a news conftience Tuesday, Alach through volumes of information about conducted several searches of the area where they believe Tiffany die peared, including two major searches with ground crews and aircraft durmcg the first month ot hi", disappearance seart Ic cr5 stayed in constant' contact through the radio commumicutiocs center that Patrick s-c Last year, five to sheriff detectives worked full-time on the case Now, with tips only trickling in, the case is worked only when there's new information, and the longer Tiffany is missing, the less chance there is of find ig her -dead or alive. Mann said Because the search for Tiffany her self hasn't produced new leads. Patrick and the sheriff's office are looking for information from Gainesville residents who knew Tiffany. but either dud not come forward or weren't interviewed by investigators last year, Mann said at a press confer. ence at the Sheriffs, Office Tuesday "I think it's tougher now, he said "There's no question (the investigation's) slowed down." Media coverage also has slowed down. Pictres of the blonde, browneyed honor student filled front pages and television screens nationwide last spring. Now they're rarely seen New fliers with new faces line police lobbies' walls. But Patrick Sessions sends new posters of his daughter to sUZEflE COOK-ALiGTOR ua County Sheriff's spokesman Spencer Mann and Tiffany Sessions' father, Patrick, look Tiffany collected over the past year, including phon. tips and possible sightings. uaw enforcement agencies around the c untry every 90 days. Missing children's advocate John Walsh, whose 6-year-old son Adam was abducted in 1981 from a South -lorida shopping mall and later found (lead, said families must keep the media's attention fixed on their missirg children unfortunately. whether you're a missing adult or tchid. after two or ,, three weeks, you (, just become a statisI c.e, Walsh said I More than I 11,000 women in florida were re.ported missing in 1)&8, said Florida lDepartment of law Enforcement spokeswoman inmda Booz It is an incomplete statistic, determined A from only 70 percent to 75 percent .of law enforcement Agencies' reports, |she said. Tiffany isn't an Milsing Chiimr |FDLE statistic yet, written by Patric but her mother, from private ive Hilary. keeps and a group of re Score -she has I worn a T-shirt that says "missing" with Tiffany's picture on it to her current husband's fish-shipping business every day since her daughter disappeared, Oct 9 and Dc. 25 -Tiffany's 21st birthday and Christmas -have been the loneliest days for Hilary. The scarnn: A k E.S stli ,sa est was the day that she learned about the severed leg found in Tennes see from the television news "Until they can confirm and identify, you get a few more gray hairs," HIDary said Interviews with reporters and her work with the Missing Children Help Center in Tampa help ease her pain,. she said As a member of the board of directors, Milary' has pushed for missing persons h clearing houses in all 50 states. The houses gather information and share it with fami.r. .lies and law en, \ forcement -agencies Fortytwo states, including Florida, have Clearing houses, ssaid Help Center .Executive Director Ivana Di ova "She wanted to become involved with something -where she knew Parent's Guide, she was helping," esslons will, help DiNova said. aton Wayne Black It1at doesn't necchers. essarily help find Tiffany, but by set ting up clearing houses in those states if she's found, they can do something." Like Patrick, Hilary gains strength from her work, keeping their daughter's tragic disappearance in per spective with the rest of their lives., "Everybody reacts differently." Above: Patrick Sessions, rij about the progress of last F search with team leader Asi in the woods surrounding Tiff dominiumi. Right: Patrick Sos t-shirt, like this printed with picture and information about appearance. Tiffany's moth wears a similar shirt to worki in hop. that 5041600* will seeing her daughter. Walsh sad it desroy man bills Some people, it drives t salle I say the same thing to them -the child is the victi AMthough Hilary said she ce up hope, the wailing for news her only child has taken its t just wants Tiffany to be found "At least you can put an ens one way or another," she sail was found dead, I would give proper burial, because if she: I doubt someone buried her "I think the hardest part is ing any clues to deal said. "At least if you had some clues, you could run them down. Right now. you don't know whether to mourn or to be happy Despite the public's sympathy for Tiffany and her parents, many wondered whether the search would have received attention from people such as Marino, Walsh and Gov. Bob Martinez if Pat rick were poor. Patrick, who is offering a $250,000 reward for with," I01 inform -i ing to'Tlffany's safe return, s he did had very little to do wi money because about 90 perch the publicity was donated an is imvestigating the case for Ir "A guy who was a plumber have done that," Patrick said pbicity "Everybody has a c man, everyboy has a mayor, I was willing to ask a lot of pe r C' -t Cm~ai C) C, C, S.21 Est 4 r 121 A N K TIFFANY'S PATH At about 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 9, 1989, TIffany told her roommate Kathy Miii sh. was going speed-walking and would be back In an hour. U,. planned her walk along a four mile, wooded route from h.r Casablanca East condoinumg, down SW 35th Place. onto a service road parallel to SW 23rd Terrace, connecting to Williston Road and then toward Interstate 78. She disappeared sometime between 6 and 7 p.m. and Hsu called polIce by 8 p.m. Art hour later, polio. began searching the area with dogs. 145u called Tiffacy's parents later that night. 3 MKe ._ 0 s Archer RMd EN \ "*

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AI IItA I f I? A I \ t I A IlI ARY lr" Professor's experiments aim at recycling pl By DANIELLE BERKE Alligator ier Rtiving t lrts irv movkni iw 11-w diro kilics, and somet siy [hit uUrV ies im tht fuld tha revolt, tionti/I Atnitan iitlistr anid hlimes -lasik 5 Charles peatty, niaterials f i Ol'e inh engineering protbrs. sill all polsti 'Call be recyntlld I I not ifI plast its are uir itI bit with vat Il he, het ius they Iures Reill ntdh i ntudttiisho l Im '%w.k to iiX [hel t(gtlolir 'Inifffreii hib l, ire like oil JInd Ater,' 'Lil Grg ta, n i v fil Brattys Ngraduale. 'ludels "hey don't nlix or blend very will iler hey hive been melted lown "You haut t> find some way to inake I(t i led a' rap stick to gtthtr h std, Otherws it lust l)ittks Wihti ( lypW OJ pl't is ItR t ii pl'i'lt i im rt b I ti i Atid ito! thin Irving If, : 1" Lr indt uad'ible nIa V pch:3f' ht sold I grot ry big is It eivimg [h, 1.1,11 is nrood DREAMS tram Page 9 iiim are !u result o random, h i ) sld ytirs )! rtSI il i I ,t Ly ill) iniuit its umII g slt'p, Ing tl( ii a]n i n so io [he ba ktit Iihrrinitrigger sdretms by recUIbut ileclones forn the past also onJL iVititi Irnia Rlcittiit a gradliitte student I ii of .'it I ItcTH(vi1>1 T It o Inh( WvilI he iV NfIif~i)I AN MAKE I fl EfE K A < t i t l i1 2 i i I N I I I RESUME CITY 31 8 65 stick products .V[It 1 r i s If )c ktgr i t y bat's Witer, starth pscnriirl iol down or IIen hy imo organsils, the plasto 'iiiuns but the plasuit is tit much sii.tlr p tes and is harder to see, he said Recycling plistaitsmore realistic Graduate student Ingrid I nederniooy said she hopes their work eventually helps others What we want to do is takt all Lised plastic and combine it tigilier to storm .i usable product," I liderrmoy said "Because ditere'o types of plastic art inut con painble, yoend upwich something that has awful properties It could hI weak and might bend over a period of (me Ieatty and his graduate students still are trying to identify those propertes and learn how to use recycled plastic h1ey said i could be Isld is a substitute for conicret posts and guard ros With [his protest. you can set talt the find result will be useful or mnytri [ ,e --riicoy snl '1It not Nionnhlitlg (olV (lit' stenhfit i onInunI will say is great. but it's somrietniig evelire tin benet trorn" '0ttnding the stsio said dreams are Is threatening ti Italk about than feelings Ratchie said soviet people tttl [heir dreais serve is w, rTligs ntid help her qidrst ndi heir lives "I COine troi an itheisti society uft Ris 5NNI' art Very superstious, and wt Pay itlenion to dreams Buti Webb sid( dreams provide 0111 v Imhoff] insight Although Irt.,ms may reveal how people will behave i the future, their ability to do so is based on howthey have behaved in the past umay i PnE 1*Z7S to chose fom -aNIsttjdt I oM O Todt y *iP% v4.Wr coOi S800-351-22 Oi ih m 10 40th ec41 11?1 *??il2I~ An nSMinis CA ~i Calart n hw 1hsf vI4t di RACQUI STRINGING toWns? PCES IN TOWN. wl A i lis', .on a up. int10 .Iele Hi Fnm. 374400iii[ .A! i c NIl -q .4 M N III ALL DAY SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY AFTER 5 pm! LL IOU I BARBECUE CHICKEN Enjoy your fill of Sonny'5 crken with all the rnouthwaterinqcole < aw, iarc bread and french fries you can eat 919 DINING ROOM ONLY REAL PIT BAR-BServing lunch and dinner 11 and 11 am 10 2700 N e 3610 SW Waldo Road 13th Street dm 9 30 p r (Sun Thur) p rn (Fri & Sdt ) 3635 SW Archer Road US 441 at 175, Alachua D L\ LX X X EXXIX LX LXIEX LX X X XX EX To The Li' Sigs S~' Congratulations Laurin Davis Lisa Millet 4 /t Leslie Pugh Lori Wal -trBeth Windom For their wonderful performance 1990 Miss UF Pageant -The Gentlemen of IX ker A in the iX YX EX X IX IX X EX xX EX EX IX EX IX EX EX W at Ex Don't Let Your Business Remain Anonymous. Advertise in the Alligator. .y
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AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION General Meeting -Wednesday, Feb. 7 7:00 i ., Reitz Union, Rn 361 with guest Speakers fromt THE WINERY OF ERNEST & JULIO GALLO CALIFORNIA + i.rgest Wintery In the World *Tratning is Personaized & Respected Throughout the Industry *Management Development Program *Entrepreneurial Einroinient Which Encourages Creativity ALL MAJORS ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND SCHINTZIUS from page 3 Milan or Madul, Spun I can't siy it he 5 or sn't gorng I to go over," 'Irivis soid "All [ is that it has irosseci htsiin Several state newspapers e ported liesdav thin Dlwvn sIhrnt/ius has bol Ohiled threermTh corliact wri $250,000 to play m Furope PoLr Dagostmo am Glas all ad they haven't heard of any offers f o match his possible lesti c,' some Europja, whtLee snt e hav ing UF -a new black BMW "lie's let "it sit In his TreatW ir, but hewont let me I nvec, Travi said "He wouldn't even let mo( drive his old piece-ofjunk nick Since leaving UF, Dwayne Schmntzius has been working ou in North Carolina with former North Carolina State center lomr lBurleson, who played in the NBA from 1974-81 The arrangement apparently was set up by former Gators assstant coach Monte Towe, who played with Burleson at N C. Stale But Towe would not discuss Schintzius' immediate plans "1 don't really have any comment lack I lonth ibout lwavri S ,aii 'llthre's rn lfih 11ig I hlonest 11in 110 1[l 1 u1 o mci e, I To IrI I t 1 I )ur1TIg' I w reef with ii, I j'layed )I w ithiilid 'i' I 'A tli -t I (,ir to hIT, I I tiiiiit [tir, S(t h IIllI siiis anid91,e with (litirs 11 I NBA [Droll If Shii]ir11iijk 1 Milan, PollIak sci4 to accept I1 rile tomed to -III ru. tI'1 VL L T& Li I11 I.I I I rI I L I I 1'ros cea i h1.1 (Xr14.11 v it Ill ented larliii pIti IS II t 1 them is I sttc n, :Ii a Pollak said Is lwa) c yl 10 play therole tlie wiN' 1I"> And then, how MIL Ii r A do over There so he ite L well? You (loll WI I ;1 Ill a situation wh -i. form well istory Feb. 7 Play -"For Colored Girls On Reitz Union Ballroom 800 p m + Speaker / JAMES HASKINS Medical Science Center at Shands Teaching Hospital 730 pm. (sponsored by Gainesville Human Relatun at C Black Student Union is Funded by Student Government Advertising fun OS 0 publiC ermce by ;he FndependI Flo,,di Atgaor AGRICULTURAL CAREER DAY Thursday, February 8, 1990 Reitz Union Ballroom Time 930am -330pm For Further Information Call 392 1961 Companies attending include A Duda & Sons, Inc Lykes Brothers Inc Agr Mgmt Service Co Inc Naples Tomato Growers lI' American Breeders Service Orange-Co Asgrow Florda Company Purina Mills Cargdl-Nutrena Feed Division Southwest Florida Water Ciba-Geigy Management District Coca-Cola Foods Speeding. Inc E I Dupont -Suwannee River Water de Nemours & Co Management District F & W Forestry Service The Land/Walt Disney World Farm Credit Service United States Sugar Corporation Fla Dept of Agriculture & USDA AMS. LS, STDZ Consumer Services USDA Farmers Home Florikan Administration Gold Kost. Inc US Peace Corps J R Brooks & Son Inc Walt Disney World Nursery Sponsored by College of Agniculture Career Resource Center Student Agncultural Council

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No pet unfurn rr, 5150 & 1 3 ut 378-8499 2-9 6 5 BRANDYWINE Fem, own Tully furn 2bdr/lbe apt $210/mo '3 ual Near rm */ wIr Ed Many xlras OF 373 S24 Nonte snik needed To share 2bdr '0th apt $l1iO/o A/ ili walking dis dance to campus Cal' 378123 for de tails 2 0--5 HF Lmr I Need A fun Irion ly female N S Rmif Oxford Manor Apt Own Trips Aval Now' 377 8034 2 7 5 5 ROOMMATE WANTED '0 smare 3br2bda condo in Sparrow o, Tower Rd Mui be a student 75/mo IS a at Otuv 332 8436 285 5 Oakbrook Walk need ns m to share fully turn 2bri2ba condo o/ wash/dry micro Pool $200rrr0 share rm & ut I Call Sio 37 2 3842 2 35 N Classifications I For RentFurnIshed 2 For RentUnfurnished 3 Mobile Homes For RentISale 4 Sublease House/Apt. 5 Roommates 6 For Sale 7 Real Estate B Motorcycles I Autos 10 Wanted 11 Services 12 Typing Services 13 Help Wanted 14 Business Personals 15 Personals 18 Connections 17 Notices 18 Rides 19 Pets 20 Lost & Found J When will your ad run? Classifieds will begin TWO DAYS alter they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length of time and be cancelled at any time Sorry, but there can be no re fords or cancelled ads Li How to place a classified ad: In Person Cash check MCor VISA he Alligator Office I05 W Uiversi Alre M L 8am 4 pr Main Bookstore Hel Customer Sernce Desk M Fears 430pm Rt; Uni Cashers'O'lic M Foarm 9pm Satnroon 9pm Sun noon Spm MedicaBookstore Shtands M F ean 430pm By MaIL: Use lormsappearng weely ,ne Am'gator So1r0rno cash by a MC VISA a checks oni By Phone 373-FIND. ayuen by 'ISAor Mastrcard ONLY F ve dollar rnr mum M F 8 30 dpim FJ How to correct or cancel your ad: Cancellations Call 373 FIND Man Ft 8 apm No refunds can be given Alligator errors Check you, ad the FIRST day it uns Cal 373 FIND wth any corrections be rore neon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor relied ads ,ill be extended one day No refunds of credits can be given after pacing the ad Changes caledin alter the [tist day Bull nel be compensated Customer error or changes: Corrections music be made in person at The Alligator on1ce BEFORE NOON Trier, will b a 2 of correction M. Gainesville sharks check out he AI~lifbr earin places.I a In I The Adveirtising Amcy Partnership DEAD OR ALIVE? Don Johnston is a wanted man. And why nit7 As President and CEO at I Walter Thompson In carved his niche in the history of adwrttstng Whole at JWT-the world's oldest ad agency-johnston worked on aconts frm more than 40 countries Afte retning rum JWT tn Ak l9l, he became a partner tn the advertsing and marketing consulting ftrm, Matthews and Johnston, Lid Come hear one of the most wanted men tn advertising talk about the relationship between advertising agencies and their cIents 7:30 p.m., Thursday, February 8 Gannett Audrium, Weirerr Hall 1064 A firhe pupl Irttg Pvn m pb rdy the UF Departmewnt ofAdvernilu and the A P' rhllp Ir fi~undatn Iepurlant .Public Work, Bureau of Sanitation '"i .' Will be recruiting at University of Florida for SANITARY ENGINEERING ASSISTANTS Salaries start at: DS .$34,034; MS -$36,435/yr. If you will haw your BS or MS is Entieurinum with soolry sld/or environmental teer. work, by mid-.190. and wold like to work Ar the itly al the Forefront in atilation. "fme tall In U4 (ii INTERVIEWS MAY BE SCIIEDLJI.ED THROUGH VOUR PLACEMENT OFFICE An SeloeiploymnlOpneonlyMrmalie Eatriplmer 10

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ROOMMATES r nI's to hmire bdr 10,1 IT C To GA 1 2 or1 walk.r-g dIc r T o I I I s Carl3 4/44 i L 5 o C min 'or lent n 4I 3bd 2ba h houwn o cozy tireplace' Peis ary siI,) OT 1, o & uti Sign ;ease nfl regq fr i 11 798 2 8 5 5 ow N ROOM F in the Pines Chd 1 a Walk in closet $232rra I Tracy 373-9165/leave message I9 blioncorisi ble mature non smk igetaran) 0R own rM in 4 Lojse $140 LIST lasi dep) 122 4281 2 a 4 5 Renmr wanted M ose to UF 145 5445 295 5 Trnidadian seeks rown api $170hmo torr irk 378 01 Opl 2 12-5 5 mO (prode' bdrm NW A 1/4 or I or Bicycle Club Apis plus 12 otil call 335 mnmt to share Gator own bdr be bring own 38 for more info alte Own bdr in 2bdr house Funished. clean with yard 2mi to UF $I50'mo A 112 uTl Call 375 7l71 or 462 6304 after rpm 2 Roommate rneeded Wiliamnsburg turn $260 own bdr ba, Cell Susan 373 2633 leave message 2 12 5 5 LAKEWOOD 2br?2 lol MI/F Tully furn meed upbea going places person For ito call avail today' Don I pass up Ie 335 5787 2-13-5-5 M or Fclean nonsmoking student needed 'or own rm in I4bd3ba house Move in now or D4 Feb 15 $140 per me $37 50 Set 136 392S 2 9 3-5 6 FOR SALE BRAND NAME COMPUTERS Ab iow iS $/'Simno s1 $ 1ow L3FF Carlogue over 50 000 .ItnS1r''1r, 100 85/ /83 11 30 Alp n0 Konwood Sory and 31 ,a oi brands are SIT ro oW New Localioni I I Stereo SpecIss 375 NW 3 S1 Il 2010 4 3D o5 6 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is theold eea, beat and lowest priced car at rso storein town 372.2070. 2201 NW 13 91 430756 Rockford. Foeget., Yemeh, Pioneer, Inialnty. Kicker, Code Alarm The Best Cal SteroItalle. In town Car Sleroe to Go 375-1834 4 30 75 6 RUGS AND CARPETS Affordable rem naris for your dorm or apartment We do liver' Pay s Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave 377 5265 6 blocks E of campus 2 23 13CAR ALARMS installed remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed ill demo Call 336 9193 student IV message 2 26-346 COMPUTER PACkard Bell 286. 12mhz, 4ormb hard drive 5 25' 1 2 floppy, 3 5 1 44 floppy lmb ran vga hr res color monitor lyr warr 4 mths oR-site $1849, call 335 1300 2 20 14 6 Car Alarm., Autopaga Chapman Home and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sansul. Sherwood, and more We Best All Price.' 373-3754 4 30 69 6 373-FIND BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. Alligator Classitieds allow products, services jobs, etc to be listed In a directory to make it easier for readers to find your ad A simple form explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help you determine the cost Our Classitied Advertising staff will be happy to advise you Alligator Classifleds may be placed in a number of ways: I If you have a valid Maseircard or Visa you can place your ad by telephoing 373-FIND between 8 00 and 4 00 pm 2 You can marl your Alligator Classified form (with check money order or Mastercard/Visa Information no cash, please) to Alligator Classitiods PO Box 14257 Gainesvllle, FL 32504 3 You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W University Ave I be.ween 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays Our trained, riendly stall will be glad to help you with your ad 4 You can place your ad in person at one of The "remo" locations Allgator s convenient ON CAMPUS LOCATIONS: Main Bookstore, Hub MedIcal Bookelor., Shand. Relz Union. Cashiter's Office F Sam 4pm M F Ban 4pm M F and 9pm Sat Noon 9 pm Sun Noon 5 pm Plus* uSe this form to place Alligator Classifieds Please follow these nsthucsos exactly Be careful to nClude eveyting you wish to say ReQest bnr dhmges after te ad tas been ordered must be considered a nT aGvwmnt THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS O CREDITS AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an err or. the Aftigrato 's responsible ONL Yfor ft FIRST inserton Do not use foreign language. doubl-enlendres, or maer of address WhichI dhfi s the addressee to a doind party The aoccpwmnce of payment with advertising copy does not constut. a binding agreement on the part o The Independent FThd Alkgaror to publish Aid copy The dependent Flanda Alligatar rosev. the right to act as a sole ludge of the suitability of any advergoing copy submitted for pblicatmo andrnservs the right toedit. revIse, delay, or reject any adverbsing copy submited! FOR SALE MiCRO CFN Ti Cho l l'Iu1r ,, 11) F rI or h n rob Comon A fir ' A Ii P Fr' wiI)Te Di owl I I I odL Sysi.rt niow njionr I R R i'drui g',ph is morirnMC 'us1 1 1Il Packard[l s Ii MC 386sx t' 195 Noribgare t, '0 $2399 PH 'go laprop by hd A ba rI S 999 Corr'ouAdd 8r10* 20mb S gr i l Cs monitor $970 I & 3 yea, yar,n ., Ons Ie Aaants PaaIston C1180 p ,1i S -HP LaserJe, iIp 51049 4110 SN 34h St 308 W Unv Ave 4 30 s so Gotta Go' 12 spd bike ST00 end table. $20 Sota $145, neon beer sign S95 light ng ball $90 79 Corona $1000 Cbo 3/ o 4394 tvMsg 2 7 5 6 AIRLINE TICKET Orlando Newark Iv Feb 17/12p, roir Feb 2411am on Con1'"en tel $35006395 9446 2756 Nice clean modern furniture all at reason able prices The Plunder House S1 I SW 4th Avenue M/C Ames Visa 2 14 to 6 25 NishIkl 2 spd $190 Cba 4 8, 120 wt,,w/ody S $225 bo, New pr JBL mid range $110 obo 335 8510 after 5pm 2 7 5 6 Kramer locus 2000 with case and Peravy 40 watt Amp Musi sell $250 080 Call Jeremy 377 5905 2 8 5 6 Schwinn Prelude 2rn racing bike w Par amount Computer extras Asking $300 Call Anea at 335 5334 Leave Message MOPED FOR SALE $260 Moving out of I ville, most sell Call 373 5457 leave msg if no answer 2 9 6 $ FOR SALE "5 FFA Crt OR TV 3 1 / 1 1 44 gil marine AQUARIUM Wi d Y 1 nice pec t lor airi lights r,1y 1 fish rany birds $150 17R 86f A I 45 tP Mwsmt 15" os 1 i K''0'*a d 'fly''' A dr M Sn10 31 "r t 'is $ '5 A o 171 1%3 / I 3 S6 LYNX sun or Alpne S'rmo cass a.' e'cellent cond great gas Mil 12950 -II s'39 leave message 3 6 WATI-R Do 0ueen with Oesser 6 drawers $40 $25 336/035 236 hearer $100 Lbieri.ise bill 2 Pinball machines at $150 each Call Jay at 37? /900 M F 9 5 2 16 10 6 Bose 301 Speakers lor sale $ 150 oo 374 830t Ask for Pau & iV message 2 8 3 6 Alpha (y. Cormtors 20e 1mb ra domb hLrd, floppy mono dos, earran $t2TO simolarba6sK $1425 t $980 495 3659 2 19 10 PERFECT TWICE A new 9 dirierent ions rmernt shoo l I turning high q alhly clothing Core sel V at 621 W Uriv Ave 373 0000 2 r 1 b JVC Poil our Stereo b speaker Pxcrii I canrit on $700 obo Cal372 1194 Iv ",-I sige 2 13 St. 'm ----m ell byII term an i CLAS~nilCATIOor alane ATS e or e I S,~ G -I FI ensl I I 1 DI 4 o -I .jI IpI --Iesn, __7~~~~fa Choslt 11inc.M -'~~~~A CK' lPe'sna I I IA I I a I I Fo staf na al 1 sr ice (crlIes 2 F I RelUfrishd1 yigS I Da $4 00 .o"z"-, -E I motion l0 atjqia 1I Raio AAIIWO CAIN CAR I &" Iw $ _H 7 REAL ESTATE PRIME UF LOCATION' r5 ioom u 11,1 CH AC Good crniliio t' Re 1 vevtrerat fr.iqerrnity nih'r S'i 1)0 176 652 owner 1712 1 I Af I -S of INH' C, I 8 MOTORCYCLES '' r I Lnd I Cook St C 'w nW 1u I 1I1 rg 'DiVor I T K W I I 1y Prkigfl ri $Si I b riocs Com 5 wo, o e ,.'s in T 1 l. 1.10s ecc coI. Cl I o If11 1 T014 $2400 8 14 LONDA HI 131 I To $651) Co I o for4409 8 C CE AWLSOME LNi)LJIrQ 15 S1S 1i 5 Gre Forer IA' 'too I I -.d ofrigf pOrI $5r 1 n 8621 ZQ9SS8 89 Golden i. I. MO'dwo '*o. o'I inmoiIued IT or I III rbI III ma9o wnees d JodolTL9Goa 998 04 (awhlk T'i I lI/ r, I, I Thar' 10K I, imr orj 0 Cl $1 00 ohr I I. AIT F H 'L.w 1|110 1 'ld 11 I I r I r I'r I o I I I 1 4 1 I IA 9 AUTOS 88 CRX i AC AMiF CasL. sun par Fol rinjeion Alloy wn, new Andrea313 8124 t MsI AUTO INSLLJFIACF [OW A I lor Plaza We care r I 377 CARS 2 9 10 1985 Honda Prlude m in t cassette sunroof tilt whet. rod w OlK velour Im $6800 saty dI ly S 0604 akandseeves 1 595 4741 1 a 80 Mustang fooi good condo lo 1 age Ste0o to Call Los 465l1InI 2 7 5 9 a5 Honda CRX ac anm i, Or sell Aspars tined wnees .O I bond Iowner coveroranii 0,, 1 speed $4250 all 215 Judy 7 / 59 colt s S door arn dependable good condion must sell $2500 080 376 05'? everi9 2 9569 1989 Bronco It 6300 miles sport I '. many extras S 13 500 Cai 376 1 I afer 5 00 pm 2 8 R 9 1973 FORD Maverick Good Shape on, owner. Super Reliable This S noi a Iookeri Only homs looking 10 amilln o' estoe need apply $65oobo 318 1984 85 T Brd White New T res Automalic Excellent Condition $1 995 Call 1 495 2445 2-IS 10 9 87 Hyundai Excel excellent cond ac am fm cass low mites rake over paymOnTs or $4700 335 4164 2 9 5 9 77 2007. low miles engine new clutch brakes, indecon syseism, $1850 Hars 375-1030, Nights 332 7861 Ask for Iroy 218-4 9 1971 Ford Pinto 6 cyl Runs strong armim radio excellet irants auto power steer pno, brake asking $450 call Mark at 395 7265 2 9-5 15 987 Ford Tempo LX Cruise Till Air AM-FM, Caesasi. ITS, Par Like New.5 Speed Pow*( Locks $5900 Cell Rich fi 335-6143 Lv Messag. 2 12-5 9 Big Red 77 Cutrass Staipon Wagon very good s$hape great tor ret or People many ends $o Call Paul Srt 3884 ClassiKiled. Continued on1 next page Laceti n

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AUTOS rlPl II'A I i X w r 'i4 6 peJ rir -N,' Os .cue consl or .5% r "; 70 46? '042 2') 39 10 WANTED Local An rings F T6 lve' y 3'' rolS I 1) $ low S C0I D Gums Clas or 'ride Otno s FIne I 0 Si 1 -COMIC BOOKS WANTED 190 Present nobody days more for High Grade Silvaor Age in Gainesville CALL 3/2 7990 2 13 10 -0 BUYING cash for your Football. Base ba' Itisketbalf Hockey CalH Dan 33S 643 2 7 4 10 Need a tutr for McIntosh computer pro rr ArcIrion Call 335-0734 27 3 10 Ned a p ir of Recaro seats for a Mus -ng I v1 11 replacement se of replica HEciros I wilt pay good money and I will rolcI'l seats mysor Call 335 45486 ak lo, V lc 2 9 5 10 11 SERVICES NW Mm. Yorage at I 75 & NW 39th Ave ral Oas Mall area 5 x 510 l0x 20 rom $20 10% disc as students 332 8917 4 PLC oil po i f-RVICEini of -. 0r0 quip plenty o e snes 'idt fin rul CJ at 375 843 SERVICES BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS Ii NW 10th Ave 3/2 6i4 MC ViSAlnsurancae Free Pererncy Tot memo@( Na ional Abortion rieodoraci 130 is 1It SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE( Get confidential psIe and preatmoe at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 081 4 30 /5 I I AAA STORAGE Close toUF Convenien' 4x4x4 $15/mo 4x8x8 $25/mo 533 SW2nd Av 37;-17 /1 **GATOR MOVING ** Fuli/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1 item/Hse Full Days'Eves Long dis licins Hfarry/Bil 374 4791 4 30 75 I SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lesarns boarding woods facilities hay rides parties sales working students accepted 468 3224, 375 800 4 30 75 11 *SLINBELT MOVING* Prolessional Movinm/Pacing a Supplies 1 Item House full Local/Lin dIst Li c/ins Priced for Studentsi Marly 375 MOVE 4 SERVICES *FREE* Pregnancy Tesi Ga nesvilis Women 5 HEALTH CENTFR /20 NW 23rd Averue 37/ 5055 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL GynecoD9Y Serv'ces Need turn coming household goods e Great bargains A/ layaway plan avail Weeks Flea Market Stale Road 26 3mea west of Nowborry 10 Co rd 2085 Open SatI Sun 472 2061 2920 71 MOVING' Resourcelul studenI w full size truck w.ll beat any price in Town 338 9461 3 8 30 i11 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Accepting new ptsaemerg Adult cleaning $30. child $20 4)Wsd tee $325 (3)wisd et $250 2)wisd te, $200 Nitrous Oxide Accept M'CVA 2-28 t1 1 LAWN CARE dependable hard work su dent seeks commercial work Mow. Irn, edge, sic one time or long term Kevin eve 373 6417 2-8 4 1 ENGLISH TUTOR 'need help wa grammar or essay wire $8thr. ,ves/wkds Call 377 8978, not a paperwriling service 2 SERVICES HORSE BOAPO (oiuestrrah center) Grand Opening FuIJ service show br'n eve yth.ng youwart or traioand horsi' care (s all turn out grain, hay bran mashI $200mbrn Jan 376 7762 2 13 5 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOu WRITE. WE TYPE Business Legal Personal Repor!s term Papers k Typeset Resume Etc Gville Handicapped Typing 370 7179 *Typing reports business egal resumes cassettes Transcribed appl cations leIters notary *ec Available 24 hours/i days/3 -277/ 4 30 75 12 Typing $1 00 p min $5 00 Reportk Theses Whatever Grad School A T List WCS 917 NW 131h 373 9822 4 30 75 MICRO CENTER Typing 336 4936 Full Aself service computing Typing slarte 0 i SO/pg Resumes $6 Sell service resumes $2 50' IS'pag Laser typeset graphics spoil check theses papers special characters employment databases mailmerge training WordPerfect specialist VisatMC 4 30 65 2 ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect S0 cdi /proofispell all work guaranteed English B A Flapp 376 349 2 13-20 12 TYPING SERVICES Typing Laser Typesetting reslmes reports letters etc 376 545 3500 W Univ Ave Alachua Word Proceassing 2-12-20 12 Pui It in Writing Fast, Accurate. Reliable Service Masters in English. Will correct speling & edit 24 bra 3731937 2-9 6 12 Great Typlngl English mal/r.t court pir 19 yrs IxPdr legalledical Excel spellig'poofg from $1 25 *Call Jill 0 377 9908 2 28-24 12 SCRIBE SERVICES -Computer/Laser Typing. Graphic., E ding A Publication Design A1 W Unly Ave 377 0170 2 Typimgiword Processing Qualitydepend able service Reasonable rates Laser printer 377-0175 1l 9 00opm 3-t 35 12 RESUMES Same day. Neat day Many Styles Fonts Edliing PC Lab, 17 St & UnIv 372-6500 2-7 5Pickiup/De Typing and wordproc near campus Dependable. qualIty service Reasonable rates 24hr/day Call C.,ol 373 4464 2 16 11 12 Word Processing Call 373-4281 *ves, 372-7061 days For Immediate Interface call the ACe (ask lo, Rick) 2 A 4-12 GATOR TYPING FeST. Accurate. Low Rates Qualiy laser printing Discounts avail Days. ees, wknds 373 4584 2 t va NN" 4 b III' Messages will appear on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14th Hurry! Deadline is TODAY by 4 p.m Enclose your check and mail to: L0 Bto' 14257 Gamnesve, Fir 32604 wild will we revis -wee rates or bring to: 1105 W Unersty Alc ro place Love tine, please ,a shi form ad lirow the *rntnu
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TYPING SERVICES [ r'" Wordiro tinSiIin W o dP llI ,AlAlV woik I s[ eSIA low I h, ,, le lersonal sirviCe r ITt 1 10 54 12 r) q ard WordorocesinIg I egal he c sA rraliOnS etc ProtessiOrIal rta I& r'lP abl service Cali Nan., i0 2?1 13 12 t i oi your Papers, probets, nhaslS Pro wp Mac 2 laser, Graph's ,p K irisonabvi nis winds 33 F9c 10 10 1? VPING Near Butler Plaza Fist Ser 51 25 double space Call 373 8381 13 HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE RIVER for The Independent Florida Alligator Must own ral able van o pick-up truek and be avail ad.A rm Sam unLil 9am Monday through Friday MuL have excellent driving r cord and valid Florida driver license Pay pr route plus mileage Apply atthe Aill Iator offices 1 105 West University Ave ue Ask For the route driver applicatior No calls please Affirmative Aclion;Equal Opportunity Employer Need volunteers For a 2 week study 01 a new psoriasis medication 331 5379 2 1410 13 I G F.nance is now hiring 3 accouting students to work part Ime Applicants must have been accepted 10 rhe account r, school Cortact Rex or Jon at 392 1623 2 15 i 1-13 HELP WANTED AVON 31l Sri Spl Avon F I or Irr I e W i T nier 9 trr'Ari h1 30 '5 11 EARN $35 Thg week for now Totuors or I donations on Par new AJlomitl ro chines Special bonus DrOrdm, I 'am PrneTh Froe refreshinents 'Ie piring Eiperrenued start serving you since 119 Call or sop by Carnesvrlle ilairn 218 SW 4rh Ave 31e 9431 Mor i ri 8 / SA 8 ? 4 30 13 13 *APPLICATORS* WE TRAIN FT/PT / $9 hr herishers (nor urion) / $14 hr Ogmt (entry lovali / Irandthso available CALL TODAY 813 886 7151 Fu ndraising Specialists Fk ta 'n brog tpt, pleasant ph voice comm during training W mgmt start sal (opt ) 71 2313, 9 3 M F 2 12 10 13 College of Education Student wanted for part lime retail sales Call 3S7284 ? Paying $125 to persons winfecred cuts scrapes, or other injuries to be on aretibi Otte study Blood test required Call 331 5379 2 29 20 13 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS, terminals PC buy, sell trade rent A repair Great prIces OUAL ITY CODS 618 W Univ 338 0378 4 30 76 54 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe ACROSS 1 Songwriter Stephen 7 Very proper 11 TV call letters 14 Spicy cuisine 15israeli dance 16 Seaver s stat 17 Dispassionate 19 Mover s vehicle 20 Arthony or Elmo 21 Labyrinth 22 Go astray 25 Comrpo"d 29 Emulated Mr Chips 32 Of a desert haven 33 Cruising 34 Athlete 36 Hotheaded 41 Loamy deposit 42 Sublease 44 Entertainer Vic 47 St Francis town 48 Garrulous 51 Alias. for shor 52 Sheik of Araby? 53Inner courtyards SI Purpose 57 Sympathetic 63 Gene* carrier Abr 64 Helm patloo 65 Transportation acronym 66 Ptoebus 67 Society buds 68 Optical (beams) DOW I Airways watchdog org. 2 Parro's quest 3 French seasoning 4 Wool weiglfl of old 5 Island in a pahndromr 6 Remonant 7 Snapshot 8 Angling nad g O.nder 10 Like a wet her II Carson City state 12 Bold 13 Did wickerwork 10 Yoko 21 Li I Abner Daisy 22 P siing at JFK 23 Squealers 24 Make baste 26 Rises ominously 27 Orchestral instrument 28 ChemIcal compounds 30 Graphic beginning 31 Saratoga was Eier lost movie 34 Dutch painter Jan 35 Foolike part 37 Singer Tennille 38 Thing, in Court 39 Lamb Essays of r -irrr r r r40 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 Secretary, e g Aunt to Pedro FeIs of Blueberry Hill Beast Dept head I have M L King Jr Actors plums Foranteyn and Markova 50 Ordinal suffix 54 -Camera 55 Part of BA 57 58 59 60 61 62 Bundle of 'dough Prtr CSA soldier Three in Torino Musical sense Ship slips Abbr PREVIOUS PUZZLE: P A 7 L I A At I A T A R it I A III P I A I S T P I E A 7 W A III T 2/7t9O -2 Ir 2,7mo *I9. 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WEDNI SDAY. FFFBRUARY 7. Lko AI4GJCATR11 S. ~ -~ I'll TANNAKED r .m Montana gets award; Niners coach to stay FCongratulations Sigma Chi THE WINNERS OF FOUR IFC ANNUAL AWARDS THE BUDDY McKAY FRATERNAL EXCELLENCE AWARD I he award given to the single chapter whth extcls in all areas of chapter activity, including Greek Relations, Scholarships, community relations, campus nvolvement, intramural & chapter programming THE MORTON WOLFSON OUTSTANDING FRATERNITY PRESIDENTS AWARD THE FRATERNAL EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR ALUMNI RELATIONS THE FRATERNAL EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR PLEDGESHIP NEW YORK -San FranCiS0o quarterback Joe Montana, suffer fig from a touch of flu, received one more honor and some we]come news Fuesday -the 49ers' offensive coordinator will not be leaving While the Super Bowl's Most Valuable Player was being saluted as 1989 Man of the Year by The Sporting News, an hour's drive I away the New York jets were announcing the signing of Bruce Coslet as head coach The jets had been searching for a coach for six weeks, with the candidates narrowed to two offensive coordinators -Coslet of the Cincinnati Bengals and Mike Holmgren ofthe 49ers. Holmgren Withdrew from consideration Monday for "personal reasons." "It's great for us," Montana said "He's kept the offense intact and added his own touches He's given us the freedom to commuMary had a little lamb with Pece as white as snow. Everywhere that MaW mn that Iamb uus sure to go. it followed her to school one day, which was against the rules. She sold it in the classified, now everything is cool icate with him We're glad he' sticking Wround" [ he INer s had IorbidldeT, fbingre I romi negotiating for another job until aier the Super Bowl He became fair game fol ]owing the 49ers' 55-10 bombardment of Denver Jan 28 that gave San Francisco its second consecutve championship Montana lauded Holmgren for adjusting the pass routes and said he did a 'damn good job 'lie said the continuity of the 49ers -in which the head coaching job was passed from Bill Walsh to George Seifert -is central to making the 49er. what some contend is the NFL's greatest team. "You hate to interrupt the flow of any team," Montana said. -We stayed within when Bill left." The family is not entirely happy. Steve Young, the backup quarterback, grumbles about wanting to play elsewhere. Montana has no immediate plans to retire. Gymnast hurt at practice UF gymnast Karen Brennalt injured her neck in practice Tuesday and Gators coach Ernestine Weaver said theirenior may not compete in the tnmeet against Alabama and Georgia this weekend. Brennalt, UFs top all-arounder this season, strained her neck muscles while practicing on the vault, Weaver said the senior probably will not travel to the meet in Tuscaloosa, Ala, on Saturday. No word on her condition was available late Tuesday. Brennualt won the all-around title for the .ators in their first two meets this season. She is the defending Southeastern Conference vault champion. This is the third -but appiretily least serious -injury for the Gators this season. Senior Janice Kerr and sophomore Lynette Wittmeier are recuperating from injuries and will not compete in 1990. -SHARON GINN HEEL/ SEW QUIK -hi ,em

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SPORTS Bulldogs nip Gators, Poor free-throw shooting in fin Alligator Staff Report throws in basket iIl IIo not w'r!l 1i the gines -on : i se onts iotior Dwavne Davi riisi I two ree throws wIh seconds let I ies!av right a lo 70 5 Georgia in Athens. (a For the game, the Gators mile only 11 o 19 ret lirowvs umparcd to d' 1ultlugs' Ii of 19 %hI(ol ing from ho line, but missed four tree throws Ii the .lism!,gm ilIIt es forthe SbtUheaNL. T' ( onfertittei "We art hIt o very good fret throw earil Interim LO(Ih Don DeVoe said "l[i von get in a light "'Lrgii like W% were L'. son ha :i ike the ret to I' overkill 2 t i e ShC) gave 70-65 al minutes seals UF's fate IIiT IstIv a c( haIt I 1i t\1i by I II ilnilng a hI -7 ad with hret mnute to lay fn the gime cu (eorgia I I o overall 7 Ili lit sl() otntored tih Gnors 2 flown the siretch to wn I I coninbuted io the Bulldogs t comeback hv noio the four free throws 'h list wo by lna, Wiall the Galors losing bro-5 trailing 68-61, junior RnaldO (,ir(a niissed a Ireet ) Iatiemli with I wo setoI(Is It irtua ired no drAw a foul on the play sitne players fouled i three poilItte rtory art (.iti idto thrt he trehroN Inder ain SEC experimental rule Alec Kessler sealed the game with a pair 01 trevthrows Kessler and i tiertal Green each st red 14 [ous to lead the Bulldogs, while Davis scored a career igh 29 points for the Gators Lady Gators win [[F open's basketball player Camille Railedge broke the Southeastern Conference career record for assists Tuesday night as she and the Lady Gators whipped South Florida 66-52at the USFGyminTampa, completing a season sweep of the lady Bulls. Ratledge had 10 assists in 22 minutes of play -most compliments of post players Rhvonja Smith and LaTonya McGhee to top the mark of 767 held by Tennessee's Dawn Marsh Smith and McGhee finished with 17 points apiece to earn team-high honors as the Lady Gators shut USF down While the Lady Bulls were being held scoreless for nearly the first five minutes, UF was unstoppable, scoring at will from the inside over the shorter Lady Bulls. Sophomore guard Teresa Brown had a career-high 12 points The Lady Gators lmprovedto 12-9 overall USF, led by sophomore guard Angie Snyder's 25 points, fell to 8.13. -ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORT see k to improve By MATT FOGLESON Aligator Writ er I he U renIs soccer club, which plays [is first match of the spinng sts. ion [eb 10 against Lek erd ( olege hopes to improve rn the rr5-3 ret ord it jolted in the fall, ub vice-president Cam Mec leflan d 'jcdi And t lub president Dan Ormles thinks the squad should improve with at least Seven starters returnIng from the fall 7Vhe outlook is pretty good' ormes said OThe core of our team cs seven or eighi guys who've been playing together for a long time Mcflelland said itNs going to lake teamwork to find success ibis; season's team needs to cone together and gel better than in previous Seasons," he said is year's team definutelv has a lot rtire leadership than previous teams li addition to McClelland and nimes, last season's top scorer, fin Clark will return at forward Stopper Fid Balfoort and center midfielder KevI Stewart also are expected to be team leaders Since soccer isn't a varsity sport at F. the club is he only outlet lor students to play the game with an organized team It faces top notch competitors, many of whom will be coming here in April for the 13th annual A C Moore Tournamp I Ormes said one of UF's biggest rivals -Florida State -will play in the tournament, which is named for the man who started UF's soc cer club in 1953 -the nation's oldest college soccer club Southeastern Conference squads who will participate include: Alabama, Georgia. Loutsiana State and Tennessee. Other non-conference teams, such as Georgia Tech and Clemson, may participate Ormes also said the squad, which began practice two weeks K p Ikick w"Ir -I Al % sets 1W) t -, -w AKEVIN WTNiEWsKi -ALLIGATOR Eric Brown, a member of the UF men's soccer club, goes through practice to prepare for Saturday's opener against Eckerd College. ago, will have a somewhat more relaxed schedule than in the fall But traditional nvals such as FSU and Miami still are on UF's schedule To measure upwith previous UF teams, which Ormes said include several undefeated seasons, the squad will have to rely on its experience. "I would say with the edge of extra experience, we'll definitely fare better than we did in the fall," Ormessaid. "Noweveryone knows the tendencies of their team. mates.' But the most important aim of the club is to have fun ."and win, too," McClelland said women By SEAN B. LAW Alligator Writer Afterposting a 102c reco ing the fall season, the t F w soccer club kicks off its season Saturday m hopes. ing a good record even bet That goal begins with a s squad In the fall, UF suffered a 1-0 double-overtime loss to Georgia rd durAgainst evenly matched teams, omen's like Georgia, UF hasn't been able spring to get the ball in the net when it of makneeded to, suffering a 3-2 loss to ter South Florida and tying both Tultrip to Tallahassee to face rival Flor"W ha ida State 'We have a vecry young, young ye very different team th teamthan in the past," senior past. It's sweeper Ivy that web Cohen said It's been said that as serc we haven't been asserious as we h b have been in the past, but we are t, trying to get Ing to ge that serious ness back" ousnes A I t h o u g h only a club team, which so means it does not compete against NCAAsanctioned squads and is not funded by the UF athletic department, it does have its share of varsity-caliber ath lets A big part of its recent success comes from the leadership and direction on the part of the older players. Senior goalkeeperSue Rathmanner has been with the team since her freshman year and has allowed onlyone goal in UF's last II games That fact also can be attributed to a resilient defense, led by Cohen and senior midfielder Dawn Day Being a defensive-oriented team does have its drawbacks, though, in terms of scoring productivity ane and Louisiana ye a veryt ty different an in the been sai .d rzven't been ~us as we en in the we are tytthat senisback. -Ivy Cohen nIor sweeper cheps of skilled we lack in ski! hustle and tenati State. Offensively, the addition of freshman Allison Zusbman, who accounted for 70 percent of the sioring last semester, should help the developing offen se We are not a polished team, but we are more skilled than most, team coach S t e v e Bouchard said "We have a noplayers, and what Iwe ity." make After visiting FSU -where UF won the last meeting 2-0, its first ever victory against the lady Seminoles -it will return to Gainesville to prepare for its own tournament. SlatedforFeb. 24and25,UFwill play host to Georgia, Georgia Wesleyan, FSU and others. Following the tournament, the team will play home matches as well as travel to Alabama, Georgia, North Camolina and USF. UF Men soccer clubs off spring season Good record not good enough for & X Sit I";, sift 4 ,, a