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BLAKE FONTENAY
Alligator Writer Browne said, if elected, he would hold
registration drives in conjunction with other
The organizer of Student Government'svoter campus events, such as those during Black
registration drive has abandoned his History Month and Homecoming Week.
goal to register at least 3,000 students be- "We need a year-long commitment to voter
cause the drive has been plagued with prob- registration," said Browne, a member of the
lems during its first two days. Vision party. "We are going to go after this
"Our goal is obviously not going to be issue not let it come to us."
attained," said Robert Singer, SG's commu- Local government should be responsive to
nity affairs cabinet director. "Under the cir- the needs of"the Gator generation,"not just
cumstances,registering close to 1,000 wouldbe "the Geritol generation," Browne said.
nice." "We're tired of being overlooked and we're
Less than 350 students had registered to tired of losing," Browne said. bi
vote by the end of Wednesday. Browne appeared with Michael Murphy,
Organizers were forced t to scale back the a UF business administration! junior running
scope of the registration drive, for the District 3 city commission
which began Tuesday, because seat, on the Reitz Union lawn and
they only were able to recruit 25 near the Turlington registrationtable
people to serve as deputy regis- rp Wednesday.
trars. Murphy told students it would
Students who register are eligi- take "10 minutes, two days a se-
ble to vote in all local, state and mester" to register and vote.
federal elections. "It's in your hands now," Murphy
Singer said last week he hopedto MARCH 13 said. "You must go out and
recruit 75 to 100 volunteers to register now. As students we
operate registration tables at five locationson should be taken seriously by the (city) com i e 5 f t
the UF campus. mission." K 4y
But of the would-be volunteers
many Murphy said he was not discouraged by
learned Monday they were ineligible to serveas the early registration totals.
registrars because they had not registeredto
vote in Alachua County themselves, said
"Because we haven't had that many people
Tim Cerio,SG's director of student lobbying.As "
we're going to work that much harder,
a result, students can register at only Murphy said.
one table in the courtyard beside
Turlington Hall-or in the SG offices on the Juan Vitali, an SG presidential candidate
third floor of the Reitz Union. The registration representing the Today party, endorsed
drive will continue today and Friday from Murphy Wednesday and also asked studentsto
8:30: am. to 4 p.m. register.
Anyone who registers before Feb. 12 will
be eligible to vote in the March 13 local Vitali said that if he is elected, he will try
elections.Voters will elect representatives to .to set up a special discretionary fund that
two city commission district seats and vote campus groups could draw from only if 90
on referenda for a one-cent countywide sales- percent to 100 percent of their members are
tax increase and a school bond issue. registered voters. E. ANN STODDARD
SG presidential candidate Michael Flying saucer
Browne criticized current SG officials duringtwo "In order for students to get issues addressed Brad Polen, a sophomore at Santa Fe Community College, catches a
speeches Wednesday, saying they had they' need to be politically active," Frisbee at Broward Courts area.
not advertised the registration drive suffi- Vitali said.



Vice .presidential... candidates' backgrounds vary II


Today's Jackson seeks leader cooperationand I Vision's Mayeux urges changes in Cabinet .

has served on both of the Senate's budget M.D. CUMELLA Mayeux said he has some big projects for
ByJUDYA.PLUNKETTAlligator committees. During his year-long senate I By Alligator Writer the cabinet if he is elected. He said the
Staff Writer term, he has worked with student groups academics cabinet should publish a guide
Today party vice presidential candidate their finances, and has Vision party vice presidentialcandidate every semester to let students know about
Jace Jackson has participated in Student helped decide how SG spends its Kevin Mayeux believesthe courses before registration. The guide
Government only one year, but he says he $4.3 million budget by serving on SGI Student Government cabinetis would be more in-depth than the course
knows enough about SG to help lead the the Activity and Service Fee Ad- an underused service and he descriptions published. by the administration. -
student body."I visory Committee. wants to do something about it. .
think experience has it's place, but in Jackson also serves as vice spring elections The cabinet really can help a This is a way you can actually find out
an election like this, it's not how much chairman of the Reitz Union's 1990 president complete the projects what a class is about-before it's too late,"
knowledge have,but how much you've Board of Managers a panel of promised during the elections if it Mayeux said.Mayeux .
you
tried to learn,"Jackson said. students and f faculty who organize the is run correctly, he said. said the guide could contain in-

And he's tried to learn a lot since he see Jackson, page 5 I "The vice president's job is" more 'important see Mayeux page 5
became, a student senator last spring. He than many people think, Mayeux said.

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offers for the student cafeteria. Call Sarah at 3776298. Rowing Club meets tonight at 9 in Gold

heart: Baptist Campus Ministries, Decade of Destruction: The Center Reitz Union Room B75. Call Karen at

1604 W. University Ave., will spon- for Latin American Film Series 395-8076 or Chris at 374-4485.
sor a $2 dinner today at 530.: Call presents "The Decade of Destruc- Vote: Student Government is
376-4405. tion," a documentary about the sponsoring voter registration driveat
Council: The Journalism and destruction of the Brazilian Turlington Hall and the SG office.

Communications College Council Amazonian Forest, today at 5:15: in Call Rob at 373-3659 or 392-1665.

meets today at 5:10: in Weimer Hall Turlington Hall room 2353. Call 392- Applicants: The Alachua County

room 1070. Call Myra Graber at 395- 0375. Equal Opportunity Office wants ap-
9215. Reform: Reform Rabbi Howard plicants for the 1990 Citizens Dis-

Spring action: The Spring Student Greenstein will attend the dinner ability/Handicap Advisory for

Organization Fair is today at 10 tonight at 6 at the B'nai B'rith Hillel Committee. Applications are available 14,

on the Reitz Union Colonnade and Foundation, 16 NW 18th St. Call 372- at the County's Equal Opportunity
North Lawn. Call 3921655. 2900. Office, 21 E. University Ave. 1

Ultimate: UP Women's Ultimate BACCHUS: BACCHUS meets Call 374-5275 or 374-5284.

practices today at 4:30: at Hume tonight at 6:30: in Reitz Union Room Intern: The College of Health and
Field. Call 3719524. 357. Call 3927200. Human Performance will hold their-

Against bigotry: The Coalition UN: The UP Model United Nations Annual Intern Career Expo Friday Save Up To '80 On Gold. Invest In Your Future *e"

Against Bigotry meets today at 5 in will debate Lithuania's seces- from 1 to 4 in Reitz Union Rion ArtCarved Full Lifetime Warrant ''
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ment Because \irictofmensandri
Written experience: UP Woman Yuri Soares at 376-6705. Global outreach: Golden Key ArtCaned womenssnleswith V
Publication needs writers for a pub- Boardsalllng: The UP Boardsailing Global Outreach will sponsor a potluck /
lication sponsored by Student Ser- Club meets tonight at 7:30: at the picnic Sunday at noon at Lake gold rings It lots of options Choose a

vices.There will be an informational Orange & Brew to discuss this Wauburg North. A group will meetat are crafted with college memento
session today at 5 In Tigert Hall weekend's cookout. New membersare the Norman Hall North parkinglot the kind of quality that grows

room 129. Call Marni Gordon or welcome. Call Victor at 3352717.All at 11:45: a.m. Call 3354574.For you can put stock into valuable with time. |
Mary Carnegie at 3921261. folks: Israeli folk dancing is kids' sake: Big BrothersBigSisters Each ArtCaned Ask how toucan '

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Senate considers funding I



UF Amnesty InternationalBy


DEBBIE CENZIPER fund political activities," Tompkins said. "(Am-

Alligator Writer nesty International) requests are,in my opinion,
political for everything except postage."
The student branch of Amnesty International, Cheney said his group is not political and
a group that works to stop human rights abuse, their concerns are directed toward preserving
may get $1,377 from Student Government.The human rights. Amnesty International is againstthe
group, which has about 30 active memo death penalty, he said.
bers, works to educate students about political
"We protect and guard the fundamental rightsof
prisoners and the death penalty, said Campus "
every individual in international groups,
Amnesty International President David
Cheney. Cheney said. "We don't subscribe to any politi-
Amnesty responds to urgent action appeals that cal factions."
tell members to mail letters to world leaders
and request an improvement in human rights. Interim SG Treasurer Scott Thomas said any
SG's Budget and Finance Committee ap- group that takes a stand on issues, such as the
death penalty, must be considered
proved the funding request,which was reduced politically
from $6,451 to $1,377, at its first hearing. Re- active and should not be financed by SG.

quests need to be passed twice before they go "Even if it's for a good cause," Thomas said,
to the Student Senate. But before hearing the "I would have a real problem signing the bill."

request a second time, the committee sent it to Thomas said the funding request may get
the Information and Investigation Committee to through the Budget Committee's second read

determine if the group is a political one. ing, but it probably won't be passed by the
Budget Committee President Sen. Chris Senate. Even if the Information Committee says

Tompkins said senators don't grant funding for the group should be considered non-political, it
politically active groups. is only a recommendation. Senators can makeup

Tompkins said the group plans to use most their own minds, he said.

of the money to pay for postage for international "(Senators) would be opening up a whole can

mailings."As of worms," Thomas said. "Where do you draw
long as we stay within the law, we cannot the line?"


Elections delayBy fund requestpaign


DEBBIE CENZIPER or buy votes by agreeing to fund requests.
Alligator Writer Although the GSC submitted their requestfor
$3,640 last November, t the delayed bill was
In an hour-long debate Tuesday night, student placed before the Senate for the first time last
senators voted not to decide on the controversial Tuesday. But it was delayed again because of
funding of the Graduate Student Council the Senate's' confusion about whether to hear

until after Student Government elections next the funding request two weeks before elections.Sen. .
week. Bret Berlin started the debate when he

The 27-20 vote to delay the funding sent GSC said the bill was too controversial to vote uponso
Treasurer Arlene Van Der Porten fleeing from close to elections because the over 5,000
the room in tears. graduate students on campus may be persuadedin
how they vote.
Senators who wanted GSC's funding delayed
"We are only eight days before elections and
argued that a bill, which passed first read-
new
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this will hinder a student's ability to vote fairly,
between the lines.
ing Tuesday night, states that no funding billsor
Berlin said. "A controversial bill should not be
A worker from Auchter Construction Company welds beams on the new legislation can be Introduced to the

new performing arts theater. Senate two weeks prior to elections. The bill see Graduates page 9
was reworded so political parties cannot cam-

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Saturday, February 10, 11:00: A.M.
I Soviets open to multiparty system I O'Connell Center Pool


MOSCOW (UPI) The Communist Party aban- when Communists lost to the Social Contest During Intermission of
doned its constitutional monopoly on power Wednes- Revolutionaries, he closed the Constituent Assemblyafter Gatorade Swim Meet
day, opening the way for a multiparty system for the it met for one day on Jan. 19, 1918, and dissolvedand SEC Challenge
first time in more than 70 years in a stunning victoryfor banned all other parties.In .
Mikhail Gorbachev's reform drive, a Soviet source the longest and toughest address Tuesday, Polit- GATORSvs
said.The buro hard-liner Yegor Ligachev spearheaded conser-
source, who requested anonymity, said the vative resistance to Gorbachev's proposal for the partyto
249-member Central Committee voted to remove Ar- compete for power with other political groups in
ticle 6 of the Soviet Constitution, which guaranteesthe his perestroika reform drive.
Communists single-party rule. Fierce exchanges during the plenum's first two days AUBURNSee
"All know is that that question was decided' -the / forced it to be extended beyond its planned close
removal of Article 6," said the source. Tuesday. Tass said it would end by midday Wednes-
The official Tass news agency confirmed the Central day, hours before Secretary of State James Baker's locals "FLOP" for Top Prizes!
Committee voted to adopt its platform, but did not scheduled arrival for a three-day visit to Moscow.In Come cheer on your favorite.
provide details of the program adopted by party leader- his opening address Monday,Gorbachev told the Best crowd applause wins I
ship. party brass to reform or perish in coming battles at
"In the Soviet capital the third day of the plenum of the polls in the evolving Soviet democracy. ALSO
the Soviet Communist Party's Central Committee is Gorbachev, indicating he intends to stay on the
continuing its work,"Tass said. "In the course of three offensive against his conservative foes, asked for Register to win a trip to Jamaica or Cozumel. In orderto
days of discussion, speakers debated the Central another plenum in several weeks to push for Central]
Committee's platform for the 28th Party Congress. Communist approval of his new democratic charterfor register, you must be ready to go Dressed with

Today it was accepted by the plenum participants." the party. suitcase in hand! mnwrTrQV"llnr:
Soviet radio later said the plenum had completedits The Central Committee met as 17,000 Soviet troops
work but did not elaborate. Politburo member patrolled Baku more than two weeks after stormingthe FREE ADMISSION
Alexandr Yakovlev scheduled a news conference to Azerbaijani capital to put down a nationalist uprising
brief journalists on the results of the plenum. and end ethnic fighting by Christian Armeniansand SEC GATORADE CHALLENGE
Since it took over in November 1917, the Com Moslem Azerbaijanis.The .
munist Party has never had to contend for power.In virtual civil war on the Soviet Union's southernrim
its eight-month rule, the provisional government left more than 100 people dead in the worst ethnic
scheduled elections that Lenin grudgingly allowed but violence of Gorbachev's five-year rule.

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. East Germany seeks monetary union I

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WEST BERLIN (UPI) -West German Chancellor some time," adding that East Germany first had to
Helmut Kohl said Tuesday his government would offerto take steps to strenghten its own currency and establishan
start immediate negotiations on the formation of a efficient economy.
monetary union with East Germany, including the Kaminsky agreed such steps had to be taken
possible introduction of the deutschmark.But gradually. "But we do not have much time," he said. One Get One Free !
earlier in the day, the presidents of the East Earlier this week, West German Finance Minister ,
and West German central banks rejected suggestionssuch Theo Waigel said Bonn was willing to extend the
a union could be introduced soon, or that the deutschmark to East Germany provided East Berlin
deutschmark could replace the East German mark in reform its economy first.
the near future. Ministry officials said Tuesday an emergency plan
Kohl told journalists in Bonn he would discuss the also considered the immediate introduction of the
timetable for the establishment of a monetary unionat deutschmark in the event of a complete crash of the
a meeting in Bonn with East German Prime Minister East German economy."In .
Hans Modrow next week. this case, the East German central bank would
He said that in view of "the dramatic nature of have to renounce its monetary sovereignty and handit
events" in East Germany, where the government is over to the Bundesbank,"a senior official of Waigel's
losing authority and almost 2,000 people leave the ministry told United Press International.
country every day, he would offer to start immediate Waigel told a parliamentary delegation of the Chris-
negotiations on the formation of such a union. Kohl tian Democratic Union and its Bavarian party, the
did not discuss details of what such a union would Christian Social Union,Tuesday that the Bonn govern

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black unrest across the country,including four men stoppage by Afrikaners to paralyze the state-run Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday 10:00: a.m. to 8:00: p.m.
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MAYEUXfrom chaired two of them Budget & Finance
from page 1 The Rawlings Hall resident assistant is 1 and Information & Investigation.While .
also a member of Phi Beta Sigma FraternityInc. page working with I & I, Mayeux cre-
Union's operations and policies."It and the Black Student Union. formation about a professor's teaching tech ated the SG information booth. The booth
was one of the few things I've been BSU's debt problem last semester is one niques, grading scales, testing formats and allows students to meet senators and dis-
involved in that I could actually make a of Jackson's worst SG memories, he said. writing requirements. cuss their concerns.As .
difference," he said. Senators haggled for weeks over$6,800 that "We're not trying to give students the chairman of the B & F committee,
Union Director David Kratzer said BSU owed SG. BSU incurred the debt whenit easy way out," Mayeux said. "It would just Mayeux oversaw the distribution of more
Jackson's dedication to the board has im- signed speakers for 1987 and 1988's Black give them a chance to plan their education." then$250,000 to student organizations.The
pressed him"Jace's History Month, without telling SG leaders Mayeux also said the public relations groups use the money to provide program-
best asset is that he's been a about the contracts. BSU couldn't pay the cabinet needs some changes. He said he ming and services to students.
steadying factor and a good voice of reason,"" speakers' fees, leaving SG to cover the would like to see the cabinet divided into Mayeux, a political science junior, said
Kratzer said. "Thaf the best thing a board group's debt. two separate cabinets because the director his biggest strength in the Senate was his
can be." SG loaned BSU the money on the condi- has too much work to do. The split would ability to work with people an important
One of Jackson's! ideas impressed Kratzerso tion it would be repayed in installments. But create a publications cabinet to handle SG feature for SG officers.
mUCh mat he when the pay- publications, and "It's importantthat
asked administrators ments were due, leave the public student government
to pay for it. senators and BSU relations cabinetto and the
Jackson talked to officials didn't publicize SG administrationaren't
Kratzer about agree about dead- events. adversarial
building a dance lines. Senators PR cabinet di- toward each
facility where stu- eventually worked rector Kristine 1 other," he said.
dent groups could out a payment Lambert agreed "They should
have socials; and plan, but Jacksonsaid with Mayeux and work together If
Kratzer agreed watching the said the split into you sit there and
UF needs a place r weekly argumentshurt two separate blast them,you'renot
where studentscan f 56i him. groups would going to get
have late par- "It seemed like give her more anything done.
ties."There BSU was on trial time to complete They're just
really for something that projects."I going to turn a
isn't a good place, was committed by spent so deaf ear to you."
outside of the Or- people who were much time work Mayeux admit
ange & Brew, no longer here,"he ing on The Clue ted the Vision
where entertain- said. "It seemed last semester, I platform contains
ment can hap- like we were dead- didn't have a some projects already -
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR KEVIN WISNIEWSKI' ALLIGATOR
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pen, Kratzer beats." chance to do all being
said. There really not a place specifically But for the most part,Jackson said he has the programming I wanted to," Lambert planned, but said they aren't completed.
designed for dances. You can't really rent enjoyed his time in Senate. He was elected said. The Glut is a calendar/information
the O'Connell Center, unless you're going to Senator of the Month during the summer to handbook produced by SG. "There are" plans at this university for
have a party for 10,000." honor the work he had done on committees."I Mayeux has been involved in SG politics everything, Mayeux said. "There are plans
When state education officials gave UF really didn't expect it, but apparently since 1987. As a freshman, he ran for the for more lighting, more blue phones, increased -
and Butthey're
money last semester for construction, people had noticed what I'd been doing,"he Student Senate with the United Florida safety phone registration.
Kratzer pushed for a multi-purpose buildingthat said. Party. He lost the election,along with Today just plans.
will be built between Broward Hall and Jackson was also given Gainesville's presidential candidate Juan Vitali!, to the
the architecture college. The $1.5 million Human Relations Award Wednesday, an rival Wave party. But he didn't give up. "They're just sitting on someone's desk
building will have a restaurant that can be honor Jackson said he received for "out- "I still wanted to get into Senate really collecting dust and no one's doing anything
converted to a recreation hall student groupscan standing service to the campus and commu- bad," Mayeux said. about them.We need to make sure the stuff
use for parties and meetings."It nity,and for helping out in the very complex He applied to fill vacant Senate seats that affects us gets done now."
wasn't a new idea, but I'm just glad I community. several times, but the Recommendationsand
was in the position to push that idea,"Jack Jackson said helping campus leaders work Agenda Committee repeatedly turned Politicians don't always finish everythingthey
son said. together is one of his main goals if elected.He him down."I start, but Mayeux said Vision is com-
,Jackson, a public relations senior, said he proposes organizing a multicultural re- must have applied for a vacant seat mitted to fulfilling its promises.
keeps up with the students and what they treat 'and inviting SG leaders and officials eight or nine times before the committee
want by participating in student groups. Asa from ethnic student groups."I finally recommended me," Mayeux said. "When you are only in office for a year,
member of the Signing Gators Club,he has have definite plans for the vice presi- Once Mayeux became a Senator in its hard to get a lot done," Mayeux said.
worked with sign language and learned dential candidacy," he said. "I've done too March 1988, he didn't stop to rest. He "But when you finish a project,that's some-
about hearing-impaired students' problems. much to just get in office and stop." served on five Senate committees and thing,that will be here for a hundred years."


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Information and Investigations committee member, chairman
and Finance Committee member
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Replacement and Agenda committee member

Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee member Judiciary committee member

Other experience: Affairs and Ethics committee member

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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences council representative
Rawlings Hall resident assistant
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two student political parties on campus, Vision and
Today, are trying their hardest to be seen and heard.
Leaders from both parties admit how nervous they are

about the election and how important average, non-
aligned students are to winning.In I t

light of that, the parties are watching each other >

very closely and filing charges every time they see some-
thing that might violate election rules. So far, there has

been a number of fines, including a $50 fine for an un-
authorized poll and a $60 fine for unofficial tablecloths.We .

think they are getting silly,but politicians will be
politicians. When they start subpoenaing journalists to

clear up political mud fights, though, they have gone too
far.

In a story about the make-up of the parties and their

probable voters, one of our Student Government
reporters quoted a Vision candidate as saying the Today

party had alienated a whole group of voters. Today filed
charges saying the quote made them look really bad and
Politics in I Ia
that they might lose those voters forever.In campus organizations

the middle of hearings about the charges, the Vision
This is the second of a three-part series by Student
candidate denied making the statement. Members of the Body President Ed Scales. Today:Political problems in '* Ed Scales
Elections Commission asked our reporter to tell them campus groups-COAR* and the proposed white student O
whether the quote was true. She said she wouldn't tell union. N POLITICS
them. They pressed her. She said she wouldn't tell them. Campus Organized Against Rape is probably the
most impressive organization on campus. They are UF's administration desires to "sweep COAR under
4 from Student Honor
Wednesday at p.m., a messenger nationally renowned and very well respected.I the rug," are absolutely absurd, preposterous and
Court delivered our reporter a subpoena to testify beforean went to my first COAR meeting last February have no basis in fact whatsoever.Will .
Honor Court hearing. A commissioner said our while campaigning. Their primary concern was the the real person who is playing "political vol-
reporter would be held in contempt of court if she didn't politicization of COAR. Because of COAR's incredible leyball" with COAR please stand up?

answer the subpoena. Although we couldn't find the penal- merits vowed. that if elected, I would take COAR .What is really troubling about the proposed white
ties for doing that, and neither could the commission's out of the political process so they could perform student union is that seemingly bright, average, mid-
outside the political arena as they should.In .
chairman when we asked, one commissioner said not September, Student Government Vice President dle-class students not skinheads, racists, Nazis or
Klansmen -feel the need to form a political student
cooperating meant flagged records.A .
Veronica Valdez,then Student Government Treasurer
organization in to what those students feel
journalist's job is to not take sides in a judicial fight, Alan Levine and myself broke a major campaign to be a tremendous response problem: reverse discrimination
or any fight for that matter. Journalists talk to people and promise to not raise fees, and supported an increasein resulting from Affirmative Action programs.

they write stuff down. They don't make things up. Their funding the health of COAR fee under be totally the condition taken over that by the the student people What is more disturbing is the choice of the name

job is to report the facts, keep an eye on government most qualified in health outreach programs, the experts of the group. Blacks are the first to denounce Affirm-
agencies and watch out for the little guy. in Student Health Services. ative Action programs when discrimination results.

Subpoening a reporter to tell you a story is accurate is Those dedicated folks are certainly more qualified, When the effects of Affirmative Action pour fuel on
unnecessary. That's their job to report the news, not and obviously less political, than 80 student senators.I the fires of racism rather than extinguishing those
I firmly stick to that decision. SG should not fund flames, blacks are as outraged as whites.
support it. COAR, they should not be subject to the political Affirmative Action programs are not perfect, no
What the Today party and the Student Honor Court budget process as are other student groups. program in higher education is. It would seem far
have forgotten is that political speech is the most Two days after we made the decision to de-politicize more productive, however,for those of all colors who
protected speech there is. Anyone can criticize the COAR's funding, COAR President Wendy Maynardtold want to see reform Affirmative Action to organize
government or its leaders and the courts in this countrywill me she appreciated our actions. Apparently, that under that premise, rather than under the banner ofa
almost them.In is no longer the case. What has changed since that "white student union," whose name automatically
always .
protect time is a mystery to me. Allegations, however, that connotes an adversarial, racist agenda.
an advisory opinion from SG's supreme court, the
Board of Masters, the court warned that "while can- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

didates and parties may not be held responsible'for Maintenance mechanism that held the sign left to combat lighting aberrations
stories by the media, they may be held responsible for crew cover securely in place. elsewhere.
statements made to the media." Meanwhile,the other two bravely
should break it up My. question is this: given the
What makes the Honor Court think it can prosecute held up surrounding bookcasesand number of extinguished bulbs and
student politicians for political statements and use Editor:Today's campus joke: How checked passing coeds for"flaws" flickering tubes on campus,
many UP maintenance men doesit in their character. The lad- enhance ef-
couldn't we perhaps
academic threats to blackmail journalists to testify?
take to change a light bulb?Four. der-setter-upper liberated a new ficiency by breaking up these
If there is humor in truth,then this bulb and handed it to the installa- groups of four? Even in the
is a laugh riot.I tion expert who triumphantlyscrewed toughest situation-much like the
alligator it in, and in his
momentof at best are
I three
men
I witnessed this crew of four one saw-
EditorLucy{ illumination glory, climbed down the ladder required.
highly-trained en- and began to walk
Chabot away without
gineers roam the third floor of CSE
replacing the exit Could then, find a way to
sign cover. we
Managing Editor Opinions Editor searching for burnt filaments and four into
Shedden Sutton no-longer-fluorescing tubes. Fortunately, one of the two su- break up three groups of
Mary Tonya could mean
pervisors was observant enough to groups of three? This
Letter Policy Upon spotting a dim exit sign, notice the oversight and to inform one extra light bulb every ten
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8y.10 page). They should be one of the workers immediately set the installer of his shortcoming minutes and, more importantly, a
typed. double-spaced and signed They should Include typed name, address and telephone up a ladder. Another then deftly loudly, but not with excessive brighter UF campus for all.Mlch.e'.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause IT you have any questions call climbed three
steps and went to
the editorial page editor at 376-44b8. criticism.Thus, the entire problem Hinson
work on the tricky screw had been remedied, and the four 4EQUWGAro


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Steak n Shake suspect contests evidenceBy

DUANE MARSTELLER strengthen his case. the third, assistant manager De-

Alligator Writer So far, most of Curtis' motions anna Leudeman, survived.
have been denied by Circuit Judge Curtis said Gainesville police
Simple Value... EYE EXAMS ARCHER RD Defense attorneys are hoping Elzie S. Sanders but Curtis was in Detective David Chanon,the chief
Our little wooden building'helps keep cost down Just put Buns Plaza time is the biggest ally for Darren Sanders' court again Wednesday investigator in the case,used false
on quality glasses. We dont pay mall rent. across from RAX Sheppard, the man charged with morning in an attempt to throw out information when he sought
You save bg money, 378.3261 killing two Steak n Shake employees another piece of evidence. Sheppard's arrest warrant. Be-
during an October 1988 rob- cause the warrant was based on
Ask about.. "f'fH'1 urn. ... bery. This time Curtis sought to suppress inaccurate information it should
the that usedto
warrant
police
not be used as evidence against
120 OFF or Ted Curtis, one of Sheppard'slawyers arrest Sheppard Oct. 7, 1988, Sheppard during his trial, he said.
has filed dozens of motions four days after a gunman shot
FREE PairVolunteers -including 26 separate ones three Steak n Shake employees in "There is incorrect informationon
Dec.28-contesting almost every the head after marching them into the affidavit," Curtis said. "I'm
piece of evidence against the for the restaurant's walk-in cooler. not going to say it was intentionalsee
mer Steak n Shake employee in an Two employees-Isiah Griffin,28,
needed for sixmonthoral effort to delay Sheppard's trial and and Todd Bidwell, 17-died while Sheppard. page 10


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Writer Globetrotters have played more than 12,000 basket-
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They have entertained the smallest and largest
UF audience last March with their skill and
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of oral Olympic Stadium.
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The Globetrotters compete with the NBA, the
the Washington Generals, in the O'Connell Center
r Continental Basketball Association and European
Clinic 7:30.
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bringing onto the court during halftime the
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I ,- .,t, InC,:pda, A' ,"U 'M.r.i IIQ .1" ,'-, Research, 8:45: a.m. to 4:45: p.m., 361-3
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li r Room Cl-7 J J. Hillis Miller Health Center.
MUSIC LECTURE, "Debussy's'La Boitea
Jouxjoux' and Other Little-Known
Latin Works" by UF piano faculty member Boaz
Center For Sharon, 1:55: p.m., 120 Music Building.
NUCLEAR ENGINEERING SEMINAR,
American Studies "Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Dosim-
etry," by UF nuclear engineering science
Holds Conference"Economic assistant professor David Hintenfang, 3:45:
p.m., 227 Nuclear Science Center.
Catalysts To Ecological pAf FORESTRY LECTURE, "Cross Scale Perceptions -
Change" is the topic of the Center for Latin of the Everglades," by UF zoology
American Studies' 39th Annual Con- professor C.S. Holing, the Arthur R. Marshall
ference, to be held tomorrow and Satur- UF senior Richard Bartfield blows up balloons for fellow students (left to right) Jr. Eminent Scholar in Ecological
day in Rooms 346-347 of the Reitz Union. Michelle Ross, Trenesa Stanford, Roslin Taylor and Raymond Sweet as part of UF's Sciences, 4p.m., 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall.
Osvaldo Sunkel, special advisor to the celebration of Black History Month. (UF photo by Michele Katz) CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SEMINAR -
Secretary General of the United Nations "Polymer Applications in litho-
Economic Commission for Latin Americanand Month graphy and Packaging," by Stanford University
the Caribbean, will deliver the key- It's Black History ; chemical engineering professorC.W.
note address tomorrow night at 7 p.m. in Frank, 4 p.m., 237 Chemical Engin-
Fine Arts Annex 103 and a reception will eering Building.
Next WeekAlex
follow in the University Gallery.The Alex Haley Speaks BIOCHEMISm/MOLECULAR/ BIOL-
conference is free and open to the OGY LECTURE by Stanford University
public For more information and a conference Haley, author of Roots, will speakin day at the Thomas Center, 302 N.E. 6th biological sciences professor Robert
schedule, contact Kent Redford, the O'Connell Center Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. Avenue. Admission is $5. All other Black Simoni, "Regulation of Cholesterol Meta-
Center for Latin American Studies, 319 as part of UF's celebration of Black History History Month events are free of charge. bolism: HMG-CoA Reductase, the Key
Grinter Hall, 3920375.Careers Month. Hal e}'s speech, sponsored by AC- Also as part of Black History Month, Enzyme," 4 p.m., Room CI-9, J. Hillis
CENT and the Black Student Union, is WUFTTV Channel is airing several Miller Health Center.
In Banking free and open to the public.A programs, including "Eyes on the HISPANIC FACULTY CAUCUS MEET-
Prize
member of the Authors Guild and II," the second season of public ING, 4:30: p.m., 123 Reitz Union.
Seminar TonightUF's Society of Magazine Writers, Haley was television's chronicle of America's civil LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLOQUIUM -
the recipient of a Special Pulitzer Prize in rights stru ,g'e. An encore presentation of "The Colombian War Against
Financial Institutions Center, Col- 1977. He is the founder and president of the original "Eyes on the Prize" series is Drug Trafficking," by Gen. Alvaro Valencia
lege of Business Administration, is pre- the Kinte Foundation. being broadcast Tuesdays at midnight Tovar, history department director,
senting a "Careers in Banking" seminar Haley's speech is one of many events beginning this week. Universidad del Rosario, Bogota, 4:30:
tonight at 7:30: p.m. in 120 Bryan Hall. The scheduled for this year's celebration, Other Channel programs highlighting p.m., 349 Reitz Union.
program is free of charge and open to all "Racial Harmony: A New Beginning." Black History Month are as follows: Feb.
students. Tonight's events include showings of the 8, 2 p.m.-Dawn's Early Light: Ralph FRIDAY
Arnold A. Heggestad, director of the films "The Making of Do The Right McGill and the South; Feb. 12, LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLOQUIUM -
Financial Institutions Center and a Thing" and "Joe's Bed Stuy Barbershop: 12 a.m.-Black Stars Orbit; Feb. 16, 10 "Currents of Afro-American
William H. Dial professor of banking, will We Cut Heads" at 7 and 9:30: p.m. in the p.m.-American Playhouse: Zora Is My Communication in the Era of the Haitian
provide an overview of the banking industry Reitz Union Cinema and a lecture, "Black Name!; Feb. 19, 2 p.m.-Voices and Vision: Revolution," by Duke University history
Jane Burman-Holtom, assistant Floridians and the Caribbean Community Langston Hughes, The Dream Keeper; professor Julius Scott, 12 noon, 471
director of the Center will speak on ," by Duke University history professor Feb. 19, 12 a.m.-The Music Legacy of Grinter Hall.COASTAL.
"Selecting a Bank-Making the Right Julius Scott, at 8 p.m. in the Senior Roland Hayes; Feb. 25, 4 p.m.-All Day ENGINEERING LECTURE,
Choice." Recreation Center, 516 N.E 2nd Ave. and All Night: Memories from Beale "Water in Cohesive Sediment," by
For more information, call 392-2610 or Various campus organizations are spon- Street Musicians; Feb. 26, 12 a.m.-Art engineering associate dean emeritus Ray
stop by 327 Business Building. soring events through Mar. 3, includingthe Blakely: The Jazz Messenger; Sundays in Krone, University of California, Davis,
Miss Black Student Union Pageant in February 9:30: a.m.-Tony Brown's Journal.In 12:50: p.m., 501 Weil Hall.
: Agricultural Career the University Auditorium tomorrow at 8 addition, "Reflections," a WUFTTV- ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SEMI-
; a "Brain Bowl," sponsored by Delta produced program, offers a weekly ex- NAR by UF electrical engineering visiting
II Day Today in Union Sigma Theta, Monday at 7 p.m. Jn E121 amination of issues of importance to the researcher Stefano Caselli, "Designing A
Computer Science and Engineering Build- Black community of North Central Florida Computer Architecture for the University -
Agricultural Career Day is today from ing and a brown bag forum with City every Sunday at 9 a.m. of Bologna Robotic Hand," 3 p.m., 210
10 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. in the Reitz Union Manager Paul White at 12:30: p.m. Feb. 20 For additional information concerning Weil Hall.
I Rion Ballroom. on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Black History Month activities, contact- ART SHOW OPENING of One-Man
Students can learn about possibilitiesfor Jazz and blues singers Jacqueline Jones Alexandria Stewart of the Black Student Show of Creative Computer Graphics, by
internships, summer jobs and full-time and Friends will 1 perform at 8 p.m. Tues- Union at 3921676.Advertising. UF architecture professor Harold Kemp,
employment from several companies in- 7 p.m. reception, show runs through
cluding Coca-Cola Foods, E.I. Dupont de March 9, Creative Workshop, 809 W. Uni-
Nemours and Purina and Mills.Co., Lykes Brothers Inc. I Internationally KnownIs CEO versity Ave.,_9 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdaysand
Saturdays.
All students are invited to attend.
SeriesG. Lecturerwhich
A.P.
Phillips ; SUNDAY
Agricultural Career Day is sponsored by
the Career Resource Center and the College .Donald Johnston Jr.,retired chief ex- is free and open to the public, call MUSEUM SNEAK PREVIEW of Fort
of Agriculture. For more informationcall ecutive officer and chairman of the J. the Department of Advertising, 392-4046. Mose Exhibit, presented as part of Black
392-1601. Walter Thompson Advertising Co./JWT/ History Month, Florida State Museum of
Group, Inc., will speak at 7:30 p.m. tonight Natural History a.m. to 5 p.m. week-
Documentary on Florida in Weimer Hall's Gannett Audito- Engineering Scholarship days and 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays.

rium. Johnston, who will discuss "The MONDAYGERIATRICS
By WUFT-TV Airs Monday"Visions Advertising Agency-Client Partnership: Applications Due Monday LECTURE SERIES,

of Nature: Patrick Smith's Flor- Dead or Alive?," is the 8th lecturer in the Students in the College of Engineering "Clinical Care of the Elderly: Psychological -
ida," a new half-hour documentary produced annual A.P. Phillips Advertising Lecture can apply until noon Monday for scholar- Aspects,"' by VA Hospital Nursing
by WUFTTV will air Monday at 8 Series, sponsored by UF's Department of ships for the 1990-91 academic year. Ap- Home Care Unit (NHCU) staff psychologist
p.m. on VVUFTTV channel Advertising and funded by the A.P. plications are available in engineering Judy deMontmollin a.m., NHCU
The program shows what novelist and Phillips Foundation of Orlando. departmental offices and in 312 Weil HaU. Conference Room, VA Medical Center.
four-time Nobel Prize nominee Smith calls The international advertising agency, They must be returned to the undergraduate WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES
"the real magic kingdom of Florida" and which has represented Ford Motor Co. coordinator in the student's depart- LECTURE, "Wildlife Reserves, Buffers,
records Smith's travels through the state. since the 1940s and Lever Brothers since ment. For more information on the schol- and Growth Management in Florida," by
For more information about the documentary the beginning of the century, was respon- arships, call the College of Engineering, UF assistant professor of wildlife and I
contact Mike Doyle, WUFT3V sible for the first television commercial.For Office Of the Assistant Dean for Academic range sciences Joseph Schaefer; 3:45: p.m.,
392-5551. more information about the lecture Affairs, 392-0944.) 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall.,
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Dwayne Schintzius. The basketball star, obviously distraught, quit the team (Sat), 9:00: Quartet (Tues) [372-

within a day.Last week,we made this destructive connection public,and we asked 6248)Lillian']
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our power should be aimed next. 1010]
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The Independent Florida Alligator. seems to be proving that." V* The Hidden Family, an original play about
editors Stephen nix [ domestic violence, starts Thursday at the
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cover photos suzette cook faculty must go," Matt demanded, telling us to focus 1 I relayed' through a series of vignettes which
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"but where's' the reality in their heart? Off

_.. ._ ------ in left field.." Knowing Christ, she says, p I 'a J
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helps them work together successfully.
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business sense has helped them escape the
fate of other Christian book stores. They

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their new location, which their
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6n Asfour, owner of the Philosophy
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lit of Gainesville's' a sense of mission in running his
tale of some specialty book stores J JStore .
.. book store,but he says it has
kVthe
--f -- P to do with Cod.. Kennedy Brown and his wife lanelle lead a morning prayer with their employees

; ,. '.. a I A Originally, Jon explains, he started the at Mission Possible. Janelle says, "If, you place Jesus first, he'll' pave the way for I IStreet

) 4 :i t I IY. It store because of an old joke he used to tell you to be a success."
tJrI 1 .1 rD; tllr I lf lfJon in college to people who asked him what location.. She closed by asking him, runs an incense packaging service and has

... t.+ he would do with his philosophy degree.. "What's'. the philosophy behind the its own jewelry h line.The sale of books and
"Why, open a philosophy store," was his Philosophy Store?" tapes accounts (for only 30 percent of its

response.. And so he did.. "I said, ''The philosophy behind the business.
Nugent sings out for But the real mission behind the store,Jon Philosophy Store is to make money selling Jodi thinks Gainesville is a great atmos--
he for her "It's' much less conser--
y 9 reveals, was "subversion. Jon says books.'"'' phere store.
Y.
.JtiV6 wants to help suppress "the stale ideas that odi Sommers, the former manager ofJcrystal vative than most of the South..There's' a lot
have existed in intellectual areas over the Forest at 1801 NE 23rd Ave. less inhibition here.."
American Hunter
a last 100 years.Modern philosophy has been Jiby and jewelry store oriented Advertising is a key factor in Crystal
steadily going downhill, in how it views "new age" could be Forest's' success.. Word-of-mouth publicity
1 U B=itBySteveGllltlandlI I I i ii I itself and how others view it. It's' becomeso money doing things other works best for a specialty store like this,

Gainesville may have another inductee to add to its mythical but narrow in scope that It's' useless." than selling books.She has a master's' degreein Jodi says.. But Crystal Forest does advertiseon
ever-increasing ""Rock'n'Roll' Hall of Fame." Thanks to "Motor City Jon's' store sells what he calls "serious" business administration,but she took overas demographically targeted programslike

Madman" Ted Nugent, we can put Fred Bear with the likes of Bo books on philosophy, hard sciences, manager of the store in April 1989 becauseshe Classic 89's'. "Hearts of Space" radio

Diddley and Tom Petty as icons we hold so near and dear t economics, political and social sciences, wanted to work for people she respected show, which plays new.age.music. The
Nugent's' new single, "Fred Bear-The American Hunter's' Theme '" I I/ MRS law, psychology and mythology.. In "promoting expanded store also distributes a
Song," pays homage to the famous archery enthusiast and out- response to customers'' requests, he also consciousness." free newsletter that

doorsman, whose museum is right here in Gainesville, on Fred Bear has expanded his original base of serious, Crystal Forest sells ESCAPE promotes the store's'
Drive off Archer Road.. The museum showcases Bear, who died in intellectual non-fiction to include books on books about spirit chan- wares. Jodi says she'd'

1988, with relics of past hunts and archery displays.. the martial arts and eastern philosophy.The neling, "cosmic, con- like to bring in more
Considering that Nugent became a superstar in the '70s by store's' atmosphere fits its intellec-- sciousness," gemstone "middleoftheroadpeople d

swinging from ropes, wearing loin cloths and playing eardrum-shat- tual content. It's' filled with books, but not healing and a plethora of ," not just those
tering, guitar, it seems odd he would have been friends with and a cluttered. Classical music plays over the other subjects loosely HERE. who are already Inter-
great admirer of the soft-spoken founder of Bear Archery Inc.. !In sound system. The front room has two grouped under the label ested in her products..

light of Nugent's' off-stage life, though, it fits his character perfectly. small tables, two couches and a small bar "new age." The selection Janelle,.Jon and d Jodi
When Nugent wasn't' playing his big hits, like"Cat Scratch Fever," where coffee and juice are served. There's' ranges- from pyramid power to com- all agree that running specialty book stores
he was known to hunt his own food, support the National Rifle r I l i S"1; plenty of room for comfortable conversa-- municating with dolphins. Jodi dependson is not a way to get fabulously wealthy.. But
Association and even appear on "American Sportsman," as he did tion and contemplation,and that's' the way customer feedback for suggestions on by selling thoughts and ideas of a special-
in 1980.. According to Erin Whitaker, advertising coordinator of Jon wants it.He it. filling her stock.In ized character, all three feel like they are
Bear Archery Inc., Nugent was a teen-ager when he first met Bearin says he wants to re-create the atmos-- I addition to books,the store sells jewelry carrying out a mission that needs to be I
their home state of Michigan. Nugent's' father sold steel to Bear phere of the coffee houses of hundreds of made of crystals and gems which are accomplished, whether for the sake of

for the production of his archery equipment,and arranged a meeting years ago, where people gathered to drink purported to have certain healing powers.. Cod, expanded consciousness or merelythe
between Ted and the world-renowned bowhunter. coffee and discuss books and ideas intel- The company that owns Crystal Forest also spread of important ideas.
Their second meeting didn't' take place until Nugent reached the ligently. un

height of his career in the late '70s. Bear invited the rocker out to ""The Philosophy Store is for people who

his Grousehaven hunting lodge in Grayling, Michigan, several But he
aren't afraid to think, Jon ,
times, which spawned a friendship between the two. Asfour, owner of the Philosophy Store, talks with a customer, Will Homan./ Asfour says, "The Philosophy Store ;is s for admits, the college-town atmosphere says. of

The "Fred Bear" single sounds far different from past songs like people who aren't' afraid to think.' Gainesville isn't' the best place in the worldto 71 k

"Wang Dang Sweet Poontang," but it's' catchy In a metal-head, and Brown start such a store. He doesn't' think
ennedy Janelle a but
marKried they decided to open a store in their for me, an encouraging word, prayeror
ballad-like kind of way. In the song, Nugent says Bear's presence couple, were vacationing on hometown of Gainesville. book recommendation they got at her Gainesville has an especially intellectual
lingers with him whenever he goes hunting: "I felt his touch; I felt but he's' managed to
in Hawaii
in 1977 when "We'd have been foolish not to do it," store was just what they needed. atmosphere, prosper
his guiding hand/The/ buck was mine forever more. The way met God.. On that day, they Janelle says, considering the volume of Janelle tells a story about how she and here through word-of-mouth advertising.He .
Nugent it, one would think Fred Bear was Obi Won Kenobi or
puts tells of how a Korean woman
born-again Christians, customer requests.The her staff helped a customer who had lost a story
something (use the scope, Luke; use the scope). "making Christ the focal point of our lives Browns believe their unlikely suc- his car keys. They prayed for guidance once came in and told him that Korea has
The song ends with a statement from Fred Bear. He says, "If the and knowing him personally," as Janelle cess (statistics show that 80 percent of about where to find them,and the customer many shops like his philosophy store.. In
teen-age thrill-seekers today really want a thrill, let them go to the describes the experience.Now Christian book stores fail within their first had a sudden intuition about where they the following weeks, a steady stream of I
Northwest and tangle with a grizzly bear, a polar bear or a brown the Browns Mission It turned Korean who had heard about
be customers
run Possible, a year) is due to their effort to "show the were. out to correct. ,
bear. They will get their thrill, and it will cleanse their soul." Christian book store at 1202 NW 23rd peace and love and joy of Christ to Like the Browns,all of Mission Possible's' the store from the first woman, started ,

Frank Scott,director of the Fred Bear Museum and Bear's' longtime Avenue. They run this specialty shop witha everyone who walks through the door.." employees are born again, which, accord- coming in.. 3
'
friend, doesn't feel Bear ever disapproved of Nugent's' former wild The store's' name both helps and hurts, usrv
sense of performing a mission for Christor Janelle credits their success to five prin-- ing to Janelle, helps them all work togetherwith
man rocker routine. ,as Janelle says,of "working to establishHis ciples:1))giving good service to customers less enmity and frustration than Jon says. Some might find it snobbish, but
"Knowing Fred Bear," says Scott, "he had a heck of a sense of ; others will see his sign and come in just to
kingdom. 2)) would be found in a non-Christian busi--
selling products God 3)) .
to
humor. If he in audience and Ted out in loin pleasing ; 1
was !!' an Nugent came a of what store sells. "Two or
A similar sense mission inspires the having fair ness.. The staff holds meetings each see a philosophy 1
prices; 4)) being a "ready and prayer *
cloth, swinging from a rope" Fred's instant reaction would be thatit forces behind the Philosophy Store and willing servant to the body of Christ;" and morning to foster store unity. three times a day, someone will come in r J Jrr.
it was funnier than hell. Crystal Forest two other Gainesville 5)) being The morning she was interviewed, here and say, 'I 1 always wondered what
an to all cus- .
Bear is immortalized in which dubs him "the encouragement *
Nugent's
song specialty book stores. tomers.. Janelle said she and her husband had asked went on in here
American hunter." Scott believes his friend would be flattered. Before Mission Possible And he there are always the jokers ./ d '
opening in Juneof Her staff often their employees for forgiveness for the way says NII/11/
"He would be modest about it Scott, ""but inside I think he prays either for or with of ,'
ask for "a
says who will In and pound
1986 the Browns radio come
ran a ministry on customers, and Janelle claims she often the stress of the store's recent move (from
would be
very proud. a station in Jacksonville.They began selling its original Northwest 13th Street location) philosophy."
guides customers to just the book they need
"Fred Bear" won't be released until forthcom-
nationally Nugent's books mail-order tells another about a reporterwho 41Marilyn
their radio story
through show, through had made them short-tempered.They were Jon
album is but local radio stations have } and Spirit-guided inspiration.She says
,
completed, a his
ing copy and interviewed him shortly after store
they got so many requests from people sometimes and hugged.. Most
customers call tell her that forgiven everyone
to
cassette singles can be found at the Fred Bear Museum. If you do wanting to browse through their stock that "your has people talk about forgiveness,Janelle says, opened In July 1985 at its original 13th Roberts and Setuh Hesse manage Crystal Forest, a new age book and
employee no Idea what he did
hear the' song and you aren't thrilled, just take Fred Bear's advice. jewelry store where you can learn about everything from spirit channeling to

There's always the Northwest. J y s 9 9 s Story by Brian Doherty and Photographs by Steve Effren gemstone healing.

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.' starts Friday superficiality. Hippodrome ''j
The Abyss Friday through Sunday )
--- James Cameron would be hard Born on the Fourth of July *
w 6 pressed to top his last two films, Director Oliver Stone's returnto
Aliens and The Terminator, but he Vietnam takes place mainly in i
doesn't fall terribly short with this North America, following 20 I'
sci-fi undersea adventure, which years in the life of a young marine
delivers almost painful suspenseand paralyzed by war injury. Tom
two great performances from Cruise plays the wounded vet Ron
leads Ed Harris and Mary Kovic with unprecedented inten-
r M Elizabeth Mastrantonio. Reitz sity. Oaks 4 West ,
North Lawn Sunday night onlyat Dead Pools' Society <
L 10 Stunning photography,
t Andrei RubIn (Not reviewed) polished performances and a
Set against the reign of Tartar refreshing departure for Robin
invaders in 15th century Russia, Williams make this film so slick
this classic film by Andrei we can almost forgive its sen-
{, 44 Tarkovsky centers on the life of a timental overkill and relentless
painter. Reitz SundayBack predictability.Reitz North Lawn-
to the Future Part II 1/2/ Sunday night only at 8.
I' '7 Picking up precisely where part Driving Miss Daisy *
one left off, this sprawling sequel See review on page two. Oaks 4
"Ii' follows Marty McFly through 60 West
1 tea years of Hill Valley history. Enemies, A Love Story 1/2/
Though it suffers slightly from Paul Mazurzky directed this
tr I. time-travel overkill, the film acute, funny look at a Holocaust
.. boasts terrific special effects and a survivor and his tangled relation-
script so tightly plotted it more ships with a humble peasant wife,
TRI.STAR PICTURES than stays a step ahead. Center, a dead wife who isn't so dead anda
Gene Hackman assures Dan Aykroyd, 'Calm down. We must have left CINEMASCOPE out in the car." Oaks 6 East. live mistress who doesn't wantto
The Big Picture (Not reviewed) be. Plaza starts Friday
Ratings based on a four-star scale. the form of a romantic drama Dreyfuss and Holly Hunter, the Kevin Bacon stars in this Everybody Wins (Not reviewed)
Always 1/2/ based on the 1943 fluff A Guy film dances around any semblanceof morality tale about an eager For the first time since CanneryRow
I Some lightweight directing Named Joe. Though it offers solid substance and revels in its out young filmmaker seduced away Debra Winger and Nick
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three generations of thieves in Sid power than brain-power. Strictly Dan AyTtroyd as his schizophrenicnew
ney Lumet's incisive look at family routine. Oaks 6 East partner. Oaks 4 West starts
conflict and family crime. Cinema The Last Movie (Not reviewed)
and Drafthouse starts Friday Two years after Easy Rider, Den FridayMaking Do The Right Thing
Flashback 1/2/ nis Hopper re-teams with Peter (Not reviewed)
A sometimes hilarious and Fonda for a look at Peruvian vil- A look at life in Brooklyn's Bed. q
somewhat sentimental look at the lagers influenced by the making ofa Stuy neighborhood, before,
'60s, with Kiefer Sutherland as an film. Hippodrome Thursday during and after the shooting of UNIVERSAL STUDIOS
FBI agent escorting a oncefamoushero (members only) the stunning Spike Lee film. The
Do The Right Thing behind the scenes with Spike Lee and Danny
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(Dennis Hopper) to justice. Oaks 6 Mel Gibson and Danny Clover by Spike's 1982 NYU senior Aiello.
East reunite in this exploitative,violent thesis,Joe's Bed-Stuy Barbershop world. Oaks 6 East, Plaza starts Giant worms are attacking the
Hard to Kill (Not reviewed) and stupidly plotted thriller. But, We Cut Heads. Reitz Thursday Friday people of Perfection, Nevada, in
Steven Seagal is. Center, Oaks 6 hey; we didn't like the first one Parenthood * Steel' Magnolias this comedy-thriller. The script is
East starts Friday. either. Royal Park starts FridayThe Director Ron Howard capturesthe This unevenly contrived witty, the monsters are scary and
Heart Condition (Not reviewed) Little MermaId 112/ triumphs and travails of large dramedy falls flat on its face, but the budget is just low enough to
Bob Hoskins plays a bigoted cop Disney's latest full-length families by harnessing a great en- offers great performances from keep everything tacky and fun.
who learns that his new animated feature, now the semble cast, headed by Steve Mar- Shirley McClaine, Julia Roberts Oaks 6 EastTWlnUlth
transplanted heart belonged to a highest-grossing ever in its first tin and Dianne Wiest. There are and Darryl Hannah. Oaks 6 East Century 1/2/
black lawyer he once hated. Den- run, is a stunning achievement in sentimental, touching moments to starts Friday (midnight only) The 1934 screwball comedy
zel Washington also stars in this sight, sound, story and spectacle.Oaks be sure. But they are invariably Stella classic from Howard Hawks (follows -
comic fantasy. Oaks 4 West 4 West starts FridayThe followed by a caustic remark or a Strong acting from Bette Midler, Broadway producer John
starts FridayI'm Little Thief (Not reviewed) bitingly funny situation just John Goodman and Trini Al- Barrymore as he turns shop-girl
Gonni Git You Sucks The last film to bear the imprintof like life.Royal Park-starts Friday varado almost make up for this Carole Lombard into a star, then
A former collaborator of Eddie master filmmaker Francois Stanley and Iris (Not reviewed) stale tale of motherdaughterangst. struggles to win her back after she
Murphy and Robert Townsend, Truffaut follows the adventures ofa Robert DeNiro plays an illiterate Center, Oaks 6 East leaves him. Reitz Wednesday
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Handcut Steaks. Fresh Seafood. Live M BAKERYThe Gainesville tradition conttnues-A El Toro
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Reservations recommended 371-8069
pasta specialities; Tableside flambe' 1723 SW 13th St. Pub
desserts & coffees. Dinner from 5 Oyster
Mill Bakery Great Mexican Food 7 Days
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intimate setting-try or Westgate Regency
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fast menu, homemade soups, large imported beer In a jovial English Pub 336-1910
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after the meeting. "One was con- GSC presented the bill months
$5 HAIRCUT : page 3
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Gator Plaza Unit A 13th St tc Nat to Gainesville Health a Fitness (Berlin) went about doing this,
.................... 3744400e Although first reading of any bill proposed the idea of split Grapski said. "He wanted to zero

,.................... does said not Senate mean it should takes effect follow, Berlin the- the ting debate up the lasted funding for request such a,long but fund the $3,000 and this"is he how
he went about doing it.
'" ,..........;' .. rules of the bill heard just prior, time that many frustrated senators
-. which called for no funding before finally decided to delay the whole
Sen. Chris Tompkins said Sen-
elections. Berlin said the Senate bill. GSC Vice President Bill John
ate should live to its responsi-
; should divide the funding request son also stormed out of the room up
bilities because
they agreed to
; U VALENTINE'SBALL into two parts and delay the read- after the deadly vote.
hear the bill Tuesday night after it
of the controversial half which .
J ing "I I blame this on the whole Senate had been read but postponed last
.
allocates about $1,500 to graduate "
system, Johnson said. 'Thereare week. "We as senators are shirk
I \ students for grants, until electionsare people out there that need the ing our responsibility," he said.
0 over. money to go to a conference. And

; February i ; But Berlin said the Senate simply because of bureaucratic The Senate also approved on

v should immediately give the GSC bungling, these students who deserve second hearing a bill that sends

funding for a conference next the money,won't get it now." any financial request under$3,000to

; 10 University Centre Hotel month, though, because most sen- Sen. Charlie Grapski, who supported the Budget and Finance Committee '

g9 p.m. 2 a.m. ators agreed on that half. GSC funding, said hearingthe and any request more than
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SHEPPARDfrom defense attorney said Chanon also looked at, but I don't think that is
based the warrant on a confrontation the case." /
page 7
between Sheppard and his Register said Chanon found out I
misrepresentation, but at the leastit stepfather, in which Sheppard allegedly the fingerprints matched through r f fJIT3
was a reckless disregard of the implicated himself a Detective Stephen Kramig, who
truth." confrontation that never occurred, heard from someone else who was
Curtis said. in Jacksonville the day the tests
Curtis said Chanon in
implied But State Attorney Len Register, were done.He also said interviews
the warrant that he had direct con y..
firmation from the Florida Depart who is prosecuting the case him- conducted by investigators veri- FINALLY FAIR
self, said the defense's contentionthat fied that Sheppard's stepfather had z
ment of Law Enforcement'sJacksonville
Chanon committed perjury confronted him about the murdersand
laboratory that finger when he signed the affidavit under that Sheppard said he was the C
prints found on a Styrofoam cup in oath was off-base. one who committed the murders.

the Sheppard's restaurant, when he had matched not. To suggest that David Chanonis Defense attorneys also are seek MEN & LflBIES
involved in perjury or reckless ing to throw out statements made
Chanon also used statements disregard for the truth is unfair," by Sheppard after he was arrestedand
made by two early suspects to Register said. "I don't think there the dismissal of four counts in
show probable cause for the war was any effort to deceive the court.If Sheppard's indictment. Sanders NIG1ff L
rant when the detective had not there was such an effort, then I said he will decide on all the motions
interviewed them, Curtis said.The agree the affidavit should be later, possibly next week.

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FOR RENT: FURN. SUBLEASE: HSEAPTWALK ROOMMATES

Classifications o How to place a

INCREDIBLE TO UFI Furn, large room, share ..'/m or couple lor own (turn bd/ba in big
classified ad: Efficiency Apt. kit/baths, wash/dry, ch/ac./ One male 4 bdr houae. fncd yd, Jacuzzi, w/d, all the
1 For Rent. Furnished Starting at $185 $190 util incl. Parking. 376.6652 See to extrasl imall pets ok. $225.I. $325 +
In Person: Starting at $233 / 2 Bedroom appreciate. 2964 1/3 util! Rent/lease neg 3380483. 214
For Rent Unfurnished CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE
2 55
Cash, check MC or VISA.
110 NW 39th Ave SUBLEASE Lyons 1 BR
3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office 378.3988 $200 mo. Renew Avail. Trinidadian seeks rmmt to share Gator.

For RenvSale/ 1105 W. University Ave. 375.3861 FREE CABLE town apt. $170/mo./ own bdrba bring own
M-F 8am-4pm 4.30.70.2 Call Mike 336.4464 leave mess 21274 frnitr Dirk 378.8138 lor more Info allr
4 Sublease House/Apt./ 9pm. 21255
Main Bookstore 3 or 4BDR/2BA/ House By UF. 201 NW Sublease apt, near UF, unf I, a/c
5, Roommates Hub Customer Service Desk 10th St. Wood doors, Cent. Hi/Air, Car. 2bed/2bath. Brandywine, pool, club, large Own bdr In 2bdr house Furnished, clean '
6 For Sale M. F 8 am 4.30 pm port, Office: 411 NW ,15th St. 3710769. apt, 2nd floor, $475/month. Call 373 win yard. 2ml to UF $150/mo/ & 1/2 util!
2135.2 5457, II no an*, leave me*. 2954 Call 375.7071' or 462.6304 after 6pm 2.
7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier Office 12.5.5
M-F8am-9 pm, Sat noon 9 pm WINDMEADOWS APTS. Furn 1bdr/ba, close to campus Feb free
8 Motorcycles' Sun noon 5 pm 1,2ft 3 Bedroom until May 90 $230reg( 280)) 3357650ater Roommate needed. Williamsburg, (turn
Pool, Tennis, Laundry ( ( 5 pm). 2.9.5.4 $260 own bdr, ba, Call Susana 373.2833
9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsM
2712 SW 34th St. *A* 373.3558 leave metiage 2.'12.5.5
10 Wanted F. Bam 4.30 pm Treehouse Village 1bdr In a 2bdr/2ba/ ,

WILLIAMSBURG APTS. washer/dryer, $175/mo. Call Trey 377 LAKEWOOD 2br/2 loft M/F fully (turn
11 Services By Mall: AVAILABLE NOW'll'!!! 4773. 2.2.5.4' (need upbeat going places person). For
Use forms appearing weeklyin 1.2TH&3 Bdrms info call, avail today) Don't t pass up. Rex
12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by Pool, Laundry Sublet Ig. 1 bedroom beautiful poolsideapt 3355787. 2.13.5.5

13 Help Wanted mall.I MC, VISA or checks only. 1 Block to UF/Shand Landmark, get it for less let's talk
2000 SW 16th St. *** 378.1253 price. Call Franc at 376.4785 soonllllll M or F clean, nonsmoking student needed
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 2944 for own rm In 4bd3ba house Move In now

Payment by VISA or Mastercard MOUNT VERNON APTS. or b4 Feb. 15. $140 per mo. $37.50 sec
15 Personals ONLY Five dollar minimum. 1 ft 2 Bedroom Sublet 2bdr apt. until Apr. 90. $300/mo/ & 336.3925. 2.9.3.5
16 Connections M F830 4pm. Pool/Laundry/ util! Now available Homestead Apt. SW
Close to UF/Shand 34th St Call after 6pm 3355493. 2.13. Oakbrook Walk need n/s m to share fully

17 Notices o How to correct 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372.5389 5.4 (turn 2br/2ba condo wash/dry/ / micro,
2.13.15.2 pool, $200/mo to share rm & utll I Call Sim
18 Rides Sublease Apt: ibd/lba/' new carpet, cen- 372.3842. 1355'
19 Pets cancel your ad: $299 MOVE.IN SPECIAL tral heat/a/ wash/dry/ hook.up. $235/mo
Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom. Pool,Tenn's, (first. no last & $100 sec 395.0066 or Own br, 1/2 ba In Gatortown i70/mo +
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: Sauna Gym and more. 3325459 21674 1/2 util. smokers, pets ok $100 sec dep
Call 373.FIND Mon Fri. 8. 4 pm STONERIDGE APT 376.6782. 2925
No refund can be given 3800 SW 34th St. 375.1121' Wind M..dowl.3bdrl3ba, own
Offer valid to qualified application only room/baor( share) $175/mo. lor summer ROCKWOOD VILLAS
Alligator errors: 4.30.62.2 months, negotiable Call Caffie 336.1133. mil n/s share luxurious 3br/3ba condo.
J When will ad ?
run
your Check your ad the FIRST day it runs 2145.4 own rm/ba/ $245/mo + 1/3 util! 335.9124
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before ALOHA GARDEN APTS Lovely 3 BR/2/ or 336.0484. 21455
noon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY bath, all amenities, near Shands VA Shop 5 ROOMMATESCASABLANCA
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY ping. 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377.0555. 2. 6 FOR SALE

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected 16.152 N/S, own room and ba in

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. ARE YOU HAVING 2bdr condo. (urn.. w/wash/dryer, $200/mo BRAND NAME COMPUTERS

Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after RENTAL PROBLEMS? & 1/3 util 3353889. 2985 As low as $25/mo/ no $ down
placing the ad. Changes called in after FREE Catalogue over 50.000
Cell Our Leasing Office Share 2bdr/2ba, close to UF, available "-
THREE days to Ads huge .
appear. the first day will not be compensated for Super Specials"!!) Immediately 335.6984. 213105F customers 1 800 825 7283
may run for any length of time 2 BEDROOM BATH 19306
Customer error or changes:
and be cancelled at any time. 3 BEDROOM BATH Rmmt lor 4bdr/2ba (turn condo By Oaks
Corrections must be made in person at WASHER/DRYER INCL Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON Mall. Wash/dry & Security System brands are all at our New Locationl I Car
ft elect 3354298. 21410
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee OXFORD MANOR 5$200/mo split Stereo Specialists 3215' NW '13 St. 372
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2070. 4 30 75 6
377-2776
3/2 NW HOUSE l/ns large yard screen

Walk to UFII Studios $210 to $225 porch cable, washer, micro, 4ml, CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS I II the old
UNFURN. '1829 NW 2 Ave. (by O'Dome) & 1222 NW UF/SFCC, No pets, unfurn rm. $150' & 1/3 est, best and lowed priced car stereo
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: 8 Av Now or Fall Office: 411' NW 15 St. Ut 378.6499. 2965BRANDYWINE store In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St.
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371-0769.' 2.13.5.2 4 30 75 6
'Check Our New Specials FURNISHED
1 FURNISHEDLarge
All Amenities Available 2bdr/lba. Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, huge
'1/2 mile from campus, quiet neighbor.
Rocklord Yamaha, Pioneer,
Fotgste
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED pool 1/2 mi. to UF, $230/mo for own room
ot 2B/R A/C D/W
hood Iota
trees ,
1 ft 2 BR neatly furnished no 22820.5 Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best
apt. Roommates Available / hook-up. Call 3730129. 2. & 1/2/ cable & util 372 2857, Dennis .
washer/dryer
Car Steno Installer In town Car Stereo
pets, convenient to UF ft downtown. $250 We're No. 1
275 m o. 376.5957. 2.8.3.1Small REGENCY OAKS 9.8.2 to Go. 375.1834. 4.30.75.6RUGS

378.5766 BRANDYWINE: Fem, own rm w/ wtr bd,
2 WKS FREE Center Court Apts 11 I Affordable
AND CARPETS. rem
apt one person, no pets, close to 3230 SW Archer Road blocks N of UF. BD $299, 2BD $349. very fully (lurn. 2bdr/' ba apt. Many xtras .
UF $225 util! Free cable. UF 3730024. nants lor your dorm or apartment. We dehverl
per mo. plus GARDENS $210/mo & 1/3/ util. Near
3782016/3365808. 2931 COUNTRY nice. 1210 NW "11 Ave. 371 7777. Mgt. Ray'a Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave,
.4500 411 NW 15 St. 2.135.2Attractive 2.2.4.5' .
373 377.5265. 6 blocks E. ol campus. 2 23 .

WINDMEADOWS, 1 bdr furn, sublet, near 2001 SW 16th Street large apt Pickwick Park 2 Nonsmk m/f needed to share 2bdr ibth 136

pool, 373.3558 apt. 98. 2.13.5.1 4.30.58.2 bedrms 2 1/2 baths Near UF, Shands, apt. $110/mo' & 1/3 utilities, walking distance .
Butler Plaza $495 377.5355 332.8001. 2. to campus Call 376.1283' lor details .
BLOCK FROM UF** *
Available Now: Across Tigert All Utilities *1/2/ 2.8.5.5ROOMMATE COMPUTERPackard

Paid For Central Heat/Air phf:371.3606 nice 2bd 1bth: Irg Ivng, highly. secure. 1672 Bell 286, ,12mhz, 40mb hard
1236 S.W. 4th Ave. 2.14.5.1 $395/mo & $200 sec Sublet 373 3688. 2 WANTED to share 3br/2ba drive 5.25 1 1.2 (floppy, 3.5' 1 1.44 (floppy,

852 ** Feb Is free 1/2/ block condo In Sparrow on Tower Rd. Must bea '1mb ram, vga hi.res color monitor, lyr
Want Inexpensive Housing? No 'lottery'Lots from 1 or 2 rmmts sublet thru Jul. student $175/mo ft 1/3 util Drew 332 warr., 4 mths on-site, $1849, call 335
of friend? Apply to Reid Co.op thru Urgent remodeled condo across Law campus 8436 2855F '1300 220.148Car
373 3688. 21452'
Housing Office You won't t regret III 2.13. School $250 rent 374.9609. 2.9.5.2Oak rent neg. leave mes

Forest large, clean, beautiful rmmt, n/s, to share 2bdtl'' ba apt Alarm, Autopage, Chapman. Home
FOR RENT: 2bdrm/2ba apt. Private end unit flanked by MOBILE HOMES: f75/mo & 1/2/ util, walking distance to and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sansul, Sher
woods Walk to UF Pools, tennis, volley campus, call 3774244. 285.5 wood, and more. We Beat All Price!
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk ball extras Pets ok. $485/mo. 3389284. 3 FOR RENT/SALE 3733754. 4.30.69-6
2832 Room lor rent in a 3bd 2bath house

to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280. Rent or Rent to own: 2bdr/1 1/2 ba Good Quiet, cozy, fireplacel Pets (any size) OK. Schwinn Prelude 21,in. racing bike w// Paramount .
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. One Block from campus Very Large room, shape, central air, new paint, frost free $175/mo. & utl Sign lease not required. computer, extras Asking $300.
Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs nice house, cable In room, SW area (rig, (fenced, pets welcome Call 371-9145, Call 375 7978. 2855 Call Amle at 3355334. leave Message
Santa Fe Trace Apt*. 378."1190. 430.75 $195/mo utilities Included. Greg 376.3291' 29 103 2858
2 1352' OWN ROOM, F, In the Pines 2bd/ 1
1/2ba./ Walk In closet $232/mo & 1/2/
86 Fleetwood, 2bdr/2ba, washer/dryer,
Oak Glade Apt*. Near UF & VA, quiet Pool, trampoline, peace and quiet 2 mature screened patio, pool, and tennis, Whitney util Tracy 373.9165/leave' message 29, 45 gal marine AQUARIUM. Wet.dry filler,'"
washer/dryer available In most unit for n/s/ renter needed lor priv suites In Park, 441 North No down payment Takeover 5.5 5 nice pieces coral, actinic lights, many
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B.28, 1 & 2 Bath nice Ig home $150.$200/mo share util mortgage 378.8356. 2.g.8.3SUBLEASE fish many extras $350. 378.8869 Alan.
mil '
Responsible, mature. non smk (prefer
$250 $350. sec ft Imr. 372 6422. 4.30- 371'2556 2932 2956
75.2 vegetarian) for own rm in 4 bdrm NW

'1BDR. WALK IN CLOSET Village West. : house $140 ((1st, last, dep) & 1/4 util 2 Pinball machines at $150 each Call Jayat

SPACIOUSONE 800 NW 18 Ave.,take 9 St. N from 16 Ave HOUSE/APT. 373.4281. 2845 372.2900 M.F 9.5. 216108
BEDROOM APT. Office: 411 NW 15 St. 371'.7777. 2.13.5.2I 4

ONLY $260MOLYONS Rmmt wanted: M lor Bicycle Club Apts Classifieds. .
APT 1 BDR apt: fans, cent. ht/air, carpet: mini, Very nice 2bd/2ba apt, Camelot unlurn close to UF, 145 plus 1/2/ util call 335- .,
4000 SW 20TH AV. 1774797 vertical blinds: on bus, near UF, $275, Including Fireplace, barbeque, pool view $550/mo. 5445. 2.9.S.S Continued on next pageBUY .
438712 water. 373.0701, 21672 '373.4696 anytime. 2.15.10.4

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301 Speakers lor tale, $150 obo, ENDURO. 1985 Suzuki 1977 Ford Pinto 6 cyl. Runs strong am/fm/ Scholar needs to rent compact ** GATOR MOVING **
374-8301. Ask (for Paul ft Iv. message. SP250. Gr.allor trails/school. Exc. condo radio excellent trans auto power steerIng car (for 2 months In a reasonable price Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1-
2-8-3-8 and mechan. perfect $950/obo. 374. brake asking $450 call Mark at 395- please call 376-5741 after' 8pm. 2-12-3- Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dls.
8621. 29.58 7285. 2-8-5-16 10
Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4-30-75-11
Alpha Byte Computer 286, 1mb ram,
30mb hard, floppy, mono, dot, warranty 89 Golden Bullet Moped, two speed, auto, 1987 Ford Tempo lX Cruise, Tilt, Air, Energetic articulate student for childcare SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
$1270, similar 386SX $1425. xt $980.4953659. oil injected, kick start, turn signals, gold AM-FM, Cassette PS PB. Like NewS 2-4 days per wk 2:30: Into evenings NON- boarding woodser facilities *
2-19-10-6 mag wheels, extended gas tank, low Speed. Power Locks $5900. Call Rich at SMOKER own car wrear seatbelts Must hay rides parties sales working
miles, extra clean $599.00 336-8254. 2- 335-6143 Lv. Message. 2-12-5-9 be available (for summer $3.75/hr 377- students accepted. 466.3224, 3758080.
JVC pull-out stereo speaker, excellent 9.5.8 0900. 2-9-2-10 4-30-75-11
condition $700 obo. Call 372-7194 Iv mes Big Red 77 Cutlass Station Wagon, very
sage. 2-13-5-6 KAWASAKI NINJA 250 excellent condi good shape, great for frat or people w/ SKID ROW TIXt We need 2 (for either Jax
tion. $1500. Color: black and red. Year many friends. $775. Call Paul 3713684. or Daytona show. CALL ANYTIME at 395- *SUNBELT MOVING*
1886. Price includes 2 helmets ft cover. 2-14-6-9 69101 Leave a Messagel' $$$ Professional Moving/Packing/ ft Supplies.
Ibanez custom hardwood finish w/hard Call Tommy at 3777380. 2123.8 1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst. Llc/lns.
case great condition $190 obo. Call 395- HONDA CRX white 1986. 5 speed, air, 11 SERVICESNW Priced for Studentsl Marty 375-MOVE. 4-
7641. 2-8-2-6 tapedeck. new tires, excellent condition
9 AUTOSAUTO $5250. 377.2587 or 462-2042. 2-9-3-9
Surfboard great cond. must sell $100 obo Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave *FREE*

Nikon FG 35mm wzoom lens and flash INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange Honda Civic 83 reliable, maintained. One near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 (from Pregnancy Test
$275 obo surfboard racks $25 ph 371. ft Blue Insurance. Drive thru In Butler owner 61K miles. 40mpg Sspeed $20,10% disc to students. 3328917. 4- Gainesville Women's
2018 eves. 2-12-3-6 Plaza We car. Call us 1st. am/fm/cass 4 speakers and morel $3500 30-75-11 HEALTH CENTER
377CARS. 2-23-10-9 obo 332-3556 msg. 2-14-5-9 720 NW 23rd Avenue
Mattress-full size boxspring/ metal BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 377-5055
frame excellent condition $60 call Judy 1985 Honda Prelude, mint, air, am/fm 1980 grey Pontiac Phoenix, Sdoor am/fm ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
( 72-6740 leave message. 2-12-3-6 cassette, sunroof, tilt wheel, red wgray/ stereo $900 neg 332.3511 leave mes BIRTH CONTROL
blk velour int. $6800. Sandy: days 395- sage. 2-12-4-9 1233 NW 10th Ave. Gynecology Services
Suzuki moped $300. Peugeot beach bike 0604 wkends/eves/ 1-595-4241, 2-9-8-9 372-1664
$150. 10 speed women's bike $50. Row 87 CRX, 32k miles, excellent condition, MC/VISA/lnsurance Need (urn., clothing household goods?
ing machine $75. Windsurfer $100. All In Colt 85, 5 door, a/c, dependable, good extended warranty, auto, A/C/ AM- Free Pregnancy Test Great bargains w/ layaway plan avail.
excellent shape. 392-5420 (day) 375- condition, must sell. $2500 OBO. 376- FM/cass. $7600 OBO, 3771301. 2-13-4- Member Weeks Flea Market State Road 26, 3ml
7820 (night) Bill. 2-14-5-6 0512.venlngs. 2-9-6-9 9 National Abortion Federation west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open
4-30-75-11 Sat & Sun. 472-2061. 2-0-20-11
CLUB FUJI race bike suntour componentscat 1989 Bronco II, 6300 miles, sport rims, 1983 Mercury Zephyr. Low ml 4 door au-
eye like new low miles $300 obo ask many extras, $13,500. Call 376-2879 tomatic, .e, ps, pb, rear wheel drive, 6 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? MOVING? .
for Bryan 336.1645 leave messagel' 2- after 5:00: pm. 2-8-5-9 cylinder economy 335-5296. Ive msg. 2- Get confidential testing and treatment at Resourceful student w/ (lull size truck will
12.3.6 14-5.9 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- beat any price in town. 336-9461 3-8-30-
1973 FORD Maverick Good Shape, one 30-75-11
Omega 500-1 meg, clock, 2 drives, color owner, Super Reliable This Is not a 10 WANTED 11ONE
monitor, midi! Interface, LOTS software.. Junkerl! Only those looking to maintain or AAA STORAGE STOP DENTISTRY
$950 Obo. 3751623. 2-14-5-6 restore need apply. $650obo 3781989. Local Artiit needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Close to UF, Convenient Accepting new pts emerg.
2.8.4.9 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine 4x4x4 $15/mo Adult cleaning $30 child $20
Apple lie computer, Epson Printer $395, Jewelry' 373-9243. 4-30-75-10 4x8x8 $25/mo ((4)wlsd) tee $325 ((3)wisd) tee $250
6su.fi relrig.hke new $85, weight set ft 85 T-Bird White, New Tires, Automatic, 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 ((2)wisd) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide
bench $45, papasan chair $20. 373-1169 Excellent Condition $3,995. Call 1-496- COMIC BOOKS WANTED 1960-Present, 4-30-75-11 Accept MC.V.AE. 2.28.19.11
after 6pm. 2-14-5-6 2446. 2.18.10.9 nobody pays more for High Grade Silver
Age In Gainesville. CALL 3727990. 2-
MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146 87 Hyundal Excel excellent cond ac am 13-10-10
Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate fm cass low miles take over payments or

H P. Price same or lower than mail- $4700 335-4164. 2-9-5-9 Need a pair of Recaro seats for a Mus DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
below include 1 1mb, 40mb
r.rder. Systems tang-1 have a replacement set of replica
monitor, ... 77 280Z, low miles engine, new clutch, Trude Michel
,28ms) graphics Recaroa. I will pay good money! and I will by Jaffe
brakes, Injection $1850. Days
system.
MC 286/12-$1195. Packard Bell-$1295,
replace the seats myself. Call 335-4548 ft
MC 386SX $1495 Northgate 386/20 375-1030 Nights 332-7861. Ask for Troy. ask for Vine. 2-9-5-10 ACROSS 6 Capella, 42 Large .57 After nay
$2399. PB 266 laptop whd/ ft battery 2-8-4-9 1 Locust bean for one Instrument. or yea
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w20mb/ & graphic 6 Hunk of cheese 7 Places 45 Larson cartoon, 58 Indonesian
monitor $970. ft 3 year warranties. 10 Door part 8 Skillful with "The" Island
Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer I 14 In Los Angeles, 9 The north windpersonified 47 USMC grads Oft-quoted
$185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049.4110 SW
OAKS TWI-UTE SHOW The Forum 49 Dues auth.?
34th St. 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6
OAKS MAll MA7a 0s ie apn Whoopla 10 Muddles 50 Snare 60 Prenuptial

Nice clean modern furniture, all at reasonable 4 16 Range between 11 Song forCaballe 53 Composition party
prices. 331-8818 ADJACENT WEST TO MALI I Europe and 55 Wrangell-Saint 61 Dog In
The Plunder House 331-ono IN OHMS rL ALA Asia 12 Part of National Garfield's
511 SW 4th Avenue 17 Casts E- MC2 Park 62 Neighbor to Fin.
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M/C Amex, Visa. 2-14-10-6 I 110. 11'n1i.l0.! ):! ass
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BORN ON THE 18 Box elder 13 Short orders for 56 Sometimes It's 67 Initials on a rap
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Kramer focus 2000 with case and Peavy
10 watt Amp. Must sell $250 OBO. I 1 ..1.fmU( I Illo II 1:15: ((4:15: J 2.50), 7:15,10.15: 19 Brume 22 Coronet's
Call Jeremy 3775905. 2-8-5-6 30(') ALWAYS (PC) 20 Midwest mkt. relative ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
too ((5 | I W. tots
1.45.(5.15: ( 0 12.50),7:45,10:15) : 21 Game fish 23 "The Is
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CAR ALARMS installed remote control tOO, ((4 00 a s (00.> I .SO) STEEL MAGNOLIAS: (PG-1 J) 24 Pacific state cast": Caesar C RE: 0 L H 0 R A IN R A
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will TANGO to. to CASH ismOMOM (R) 1 1:45: ((5.00 0 12 SOl), 7:30: 1.55 26 Shadow 25 Ouery C 0 LOB 0 ODE 0 A N
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. message. (.-11) DRIVING MISS DAISY (PC) 27 Tangle 28 "Oedipus -"
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Timet Shown For Monday Thru Thursday 34 Fiddled 32 vera + f.V. T A E A N
UF LOCATION) 15 room house 37 Retail store 33 Small dam A rf IS EA. 3 NO R .

CH/AC. Good condition! Rented. In- sign 34 Powder 5 H 0 R IT E M PER E D

veslmenl/frsternlty/other. $130,000 38 Hoosier Ingredient E S s. R E L E

:776-6652 owner 3.7.42.7 The Advertising Agency Partnership humorist 35 Impression DAM 0 IE. ASS l1.l 1

TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA, eat in George 36 Approach j LOIN G WIND D. A K A

kitchen, pool, tennis, washer dryer, For 39 City 40 Crow'scomment EMil R. A T R II I A III
est of Unicorn, NW area, easy financing DEAD OR ALIVE? transportation A I 1M. WAR M HIE ART 'i D
374-5401 3121.7 43 Colorful carp 41 Pertaining to
44 Page birds DNA A I LEE A M I T R A K

Mill Run townhouse -. 2bdr/2/ 1/2 ba, 46 Gallant S 10 I L DIE I B S M A I S I E R I S

wash/dry, partially furnished, asking 48 Beverage 2890I
$44,500. Assume mortgage. Call 372- Don Johnston is server

4293. 2-12-5-7 wanted 51 Distort
a man.
BY OWNER-luxurious 3br/3ba in ROCK- 52 Budget Item
WOOD VILLAS. End unit, fully furnished 54 Rate 14 Mill
And not? As Presidentand
4 upgraded Interior. Assumable mort CEO 58 Hunting dog 1 t.
gage. For Info, call 3359124. 2-14-5-7 at )J. Walter 63 Ewe gamboledhere
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Thompson he carved his

8 MOTORCYCLES niche in the history of 64 Not pro
advertising.While 65 1981 Warren
e at JWT-the world's
.Clean! Honda CM250 Custom, 1983, 4k Beatty film
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ml, fairing, cover, helmet, like-new cond. F oldest ad agencyJohnstonworked 66 Day to save for 1 129 In 1
Easy parking on campus. $650 obo, 375- on accounts from 68 Freight
7169. 2-8-5-8 more than 40 countries. 69 Novelist

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43075.12 resumes e) reports letters etc. Typing/Wordproceitlng, WordPerfect / franchise available
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378.5485 3500 W Univ Ave. 5.1. quality work, fait results, low rates, CALL TODAY 813888.7151
everything you want for training and horse *Typlng reports business legal Alachua Word Processing 2-12-20-12 dependable, personal tervice. Tara 332- 2.28.22.13
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Vernon. 20 hri/week, $5/hr, Apply In per University Opticians $15. Prevent pregnancy and disease.Avoid weekly Fri's/Sun but trip. Pet ok pkg pus raquet ball court '7, Reward offered
son M-F 2-19-8-13 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480. the embarrassment at the checkout trantported GMG trans 336-7026 ((305)) Please call Walter 336-4606. 2-8-2-20

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jobs and career petitions. For Free Information 1620 W Univ. Open lam to 7pm. 2-9-13- REWARDIIILost
package and application; call National E Z Tennis the final frontier: our constant CONSTRICTOR gold watch In commuter lot. Sentimental
Collegiate Recreation Services on mission to sell lower than anyone while captive born baby 332-9165 eve and value. Call 377-2351. 2-14-5-20
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Carolina at 1- maintaining highest quality,
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M-F) 2-9-3-13 3nt $189 Jamaica ant $289, SkiSnowshoe Call
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372-3514' Steve. 2-9-3-13 Racquetball rackets are 30% off list price.B 123.20
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minimal investment in product can lead to Doz. $20, 1/2/ Doz. $12, Sgl $3. one there. Free w/ UF fee cardl 2-9-3-16 information call 392-1161
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With athletic genes in the fam- saying he would have to make a both." trating on basketball and feels
from page 16 ily,Jackson wanted to follow in his decision between the two. But while Clifford sees Jackson comfortable playing in front of
father's footsteps. With the gradu- "I don't see myself having to playing both,his former basketball friends and family in the confinesof
closed doors, Leath said. "No one
ation of two starting receivers make decision said. the O'Connell Center. Jacksonsays
when Willie's shooting bas- a Jackson coach said the pressure to play two
knows his own. Willie finds Jackson should get a chance to "People have played two sports sports Is great and Jackson will the home crowd helps him
kets on a earn playing time in the fall in new before.I think that I can do it also." have to choose one sport."I elevate his game to a higher level
work out.
place to coach Steve because he knows the fans
Spurrier's system. John Clifford,Jackson's football think it is too hard at the are
for him to do well.
Jackson's father,Willie Sr.,wasa But he thinks he also can followin coach at P.K. Yonge, agrees. college level," Leath said. "If he pulling
standout wide receiver and re- the steps of another Jackson "He's smart,and that's probablyhis just concentrates on basketball, I "It's a boost, because whateverI
turn man on the UF football team Bo Jackson. He said he will try to major quality," Clifford said. know what type of player he can I do, the crowd is usually going to
from 1970-72 as the first black play both football and basketball "That and his athletic ability. I be on the court." be behind me because it is my
player for the Gators. despite interim coach Don DeVoe think he'll do it. I think he'll play But for now, Jackson is concen- hometown," he said.



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team Jan. 24, also appears close to signing
By MIKE DAME seas. Pat Williams, president and general man-
Alligator Staff Writer But Schintzius committed last month to ager of the NBA's Orlando Magic and chair- with agent Eric Fleisher of International
participate in the All-Star Classic at the man of the All-Star Classic, said that he has Management Group in New York."I .
Former UF center Dwayne Schintzius Orlando Arena on April 12-14. The event not spoken to Schintzius and has no knowl- have spoken to him on a couple of
soon may be saying adios to friends and provides college seniors an opportunity to edge of his plans. But Williams did offer the different occasions. But at this time, that'sas
family to play professional ball in Madrid, display their talents-and possibly improve former Gator some advice. far as it has gone," Fleisher said.

Spain, but doing so would prevent him from their stock in front of NBA scouts before "Dwayne has to decide what is best for When asked if he is Schintzius' agent,
participating in the Orlando All-Star Classicin the draft in June.If him,"Williams said. "If I were advising him, Fleisher said, "I don't know. Call Dwayne."

April. Schintzius signs with a professionalteam I would tell him he has far more to gain by Schintzius could not be reached.

According to several unconfirmed re- in Europe,he would become ineligibleto coming here for a week and doing well than Fleisher said he and Schintzius have dis-
ports, Schintzius is close to signing a dealto participate in the All-Star Classic an taking this offer. We are going with the cussed the possibility of the center playingin
play with Real Madrid of the Spanish NCAA sanctioned event because of his assumption that he will be here." Europe,adding that Schintzius is"lookingin
t
,league for the remainder of the season over pro status. Schintzius,who quit the Gators basketball general at this stage."


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his 190-pound() frame.
DAN STIFFLER
But some people think Jacksonis
Alligator Staff Writer
playing out of position,includinghis
Eight months ago, Willie Jack high school basketball coach,
son finished a stellar career in football former Gator Randall Leath, who
and basketball at P.K. Yonge said Jackson is fortunate to have I By GUERRY SMITH
High School in Gainesville.The the opportunity to prove himself as Alligator Writer
freshman signed with UF a basketball player. u ''IALLIGATOR

on a football scholarship after gathering "Without that situation, I don't After making the regional qualifying
third-team all-state honors as think they would've' given Willie tournament a one-team partyin
a wide receiver. He also was a Jackson an opportunity to prove the fall, five UF women's tennis
three-year starter in basketball, he's a ballplayer," Leath said. "But players head to Minneapolis today
where he averaged 17 points and he needs to play point guard." J for the Rolex National Indoor Intercollegiate
8.8 rebounds a game his senior The key for Jackson when facing Championships.Nicole .
"season. taller competition is his athletic

But when he decided to walk ability and the use of the aggres- Arendt, Andrea Farley
onto the Gators basketball team sive skills he brings to the court and Holly Danforth will play sin
after playing scout-team wide re- from the football field. gles at the four-day tournament,
ceiver in the fall, little did he know "I'm always ready to face the tall the third of four college Grand
he would be a starter midway players," Jackson said. "Everyoneon Slam events.The teams of Arendt-
through the season. the team is pretty much taller Jillian Alexander and Danforth- .
"Out of high school I never ex- than me. In practice, I prepare Cathy Goodrich will compete in
pected to get this much playing myself for the game." doubles.
time,"Jackson said. "I expected to Coming straight from football to
be able to contribute to the team basketball did hinder Jackson's r Danforth, ranked 10th in the na-
but never this much." early-season performance. But tion, defeated Arendt in the semi-
Jackson has been called to playa over the last four games, he has finals and Farley in the finals of the
shown the ability to drive to the November qualifying tournament.
pivotal role in the absence of
three Gators starters Dwayne basket, play tough defense and hit Farley, ranked second and one of
Schintzius, Livingston Chatmanand the jump shot. six freshmen in the field, qualifiedas
B.J. Carter and has re- And the reason for his successis a result of her second-place fin-
sponded by contributing 4.2 points simple hard work. Leath said ish. Arendt, ranked fifth, qualified
Jackson does the hard work no one automatically in singles because
and two rebounds a game.Jackson's .
sees. she of the five return-
was one top
build is for the
perfect
"He has a work habit now. Some ing players from 1989.In .
of but the of the
name not nature ,
people don't think he does, because -
position he plays-small forward. Willie likes to work behindsee doubles, Arendt and Alexander
Jackson is small at 6-foot, but he PHOTO
t 1 beat Danforth and Goodrich to
has more than held his own against 15 Willie Jackson (with ball) has been a starter for the Gators this Danforthand
Jackson page win the regional qualifier.
players much taller than he with season.Jacksonville's.
Goodrich received an at-large
invitation to the tournament.The .

Hurt gymnastmay landing: 1990 competition should providea

good indication of the earlyseason

compete Orange & Blue Game moved strength Gators.The of the 32-player thirdrankedLady singles

UF gymnast Karen Brennalt, who field features 17 of the top 20 play-
strained muscles in her neck and upper Alligator Staff Report Orlando also were under consideration. ers, according to the rankings.
back during practice Tuesday, is showing "Jacksonville officials made an outstanding Four players from No. 1 Stanfordare
marked improvement, team officials said. The UF athletic department confirmed offer to host this game which will be a part of competing, including 1989
Gators trainer Lisa Kelleher said Brennalt Wednesday the annual spring Orange & Blue l their 'Spring Riverfest' weekend, and we appreciate NCAA singles champion Sandra
will be re-evaluated today to determineher football game will be held in Jacksonville's s their interest and cooperation," UF Birch.
status for UF's tri-meet Saturday Gator Bowl because of the resurfacing of Florida Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger said. "We
Of the three UF players who
Field. also appreciate the interest expressed from
against Alabama and Georgia in Tusca-
.... loosa, Ala.Following. Scheduled for 1 p.m.on April 7,the full-scale Tampa and Orlando, but there is a soccer have played previously in the
the injury, which occurred scrimmage traditionally marks the end of the game in Tampa Stadium that day and the event, only Goodrich has won a
while Brennalt was practicing the vault Gators' spring workouts. But since the switch Citrus Bowl will be in the process of significantfrom title. She won the doubles champi-
in 1987 with Jill
routine, UF coach Ernestine Weaver said artificial grass to natural grass will be expansion construction work." onship
in the semifinals
her senior all-arounder may miss the meet. under way at the 74,000-seat facility, UF was Spring workouts begin March 3, and will Hetherington last and with'lost Danforth.

Brennalt is the Gators' top gymnast,having faced with the choice of playing the game take place, as usual, at the grass practice field Arendt also reached year the 1989 semi-
elsewhere or skipping it entirely. adjacent to the O'Connell Center.
all-around
won the in their first two finals with Siobhan Nicholson.No .
I events this year. Jacksonville was chosen from among the The resurfacing of Florida Field, which already -
JASON DAVIS, three nearest major Florida cities that had has begun in the preliminary stages, is UF men's players will play in
offered to play host to the game. Tampa and scheduled for completion Sept. 8. the tournament.r ..

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the indaepdet floid VOLUME 83 NUMBER 99 aCs un 1.1 .1.1 by C prli.C(o Th o"a i 1 1 F ,o THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1990 Thoughts on a shelf. .APPLAUSE Schintzius may say hola Madrid.16 SG voter registration falling short of goal Organizers lower expectations to 1,000 By BLAKE FONTENAY Alligator Writer The organizer of Student Government's voter registration drive has abandoned his goal to register at least 3,000 students because the drive has been plagued with probe lems during its first two days. "Our goal is obviously not going to be attained," said Robert Singer, SG's community affairs cabinet director "Under the circumstances, registering close to 1.000 would be nice." Less than 350 students had registered to vote by the end of Wednesday Organizers were forced to scale back the scope of the registration drive, which began Tuesday, because they only were able to recruit 25 people to serve as deputy registrars Students who register are eligble to vote in all local, state and federal elections. Singer said last week he hoped MAR to recruit 75 to 100 volunteers to operate registration tables at five locations on the UF campus But many of the would-be volunteers learned Monday they were ineligible to serve as registrars because they had not registered to vote in Alachua County themselves, said Tim Cerio. SG'a director of student lobbying As a result, students can register at only one table -in the courtyard beside Turlington Hall -or in the SG offices on the third floor of the Reitz Union. The registration drive will continue today and Friday from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Anyone who registers before Feb. 12 will be eligible to vote in the March 13 local elections. Voters will elect representatives to two city commission district seats and vote on referenda for a one-cent countywide salestax increase and a school bond issue. SG presidential candidate Michael Browne criticized current SG officials during two speeches Wednesday. saying they had not advertised the registration drive suffiBrowne said. if elected, he would hold registration drives in conjunction with otner campus events, such as those during Black History Month and Homecoming Week "We need ayear-longcommitment tovoter registration," said Browne, a member of the Vision party "We are going to go after this issue -not let it come to us Local government should be responsive to the needs of "the Gator generation," not just "the Gentol generation," Browne said "We're tired of being overlooked and we're tired of losing,' Browne said Browne appeared with Michael Murphy, a UF business administration junior running for the District 3 city commission seat, on the Reitz Union lawn and nea the Turlington registration table Wednesday Murphy told students it would take "10 minutes, two days a semester" to register and vote "It's in your hands now," Mur H 1 phy said You must go out and register now. As students, we should be taken seriously by the (city) cormission." Murphy said he was not discouraged by the early registration totals "Because we haven't had that many peope, were going to work that much harder," Murphy said Juan Vital, an SG presidential candidate representing the Today party, endorsed Murphy Wednesday and also asked students to register. Vitali said that if he is elected, he will try to set up a special discretionary fund that campus groups could draw from only if 90 percent to 100 percent of their members are registered voters. "In order for students to get issues addressed, they need to be politically active," Vitali said. Vice presidential candidates' backgrounds vary Today's Jackson seeks By AJDY A. PLMLKETT Alligator Staff Writer Today party vice presidential candidate lace Jackson has participated in Student Government only one year, but he says he knows enough about SG to help lead the student body. "I think experience has it's place, but in an election like this, it's not how much knowledge you have, but how much you've tried to learn," Jackson aid. And he's ried to learn a lot smnc he 13ame a student senair last spring. He leader cooperation Vision's Mayeux urges has served on both of the Senate's budget By M.D. CUMELLA committees. During his year-long senate Allgator writer term, he has worked with student groups and their finances, and has Vision party vice presidential helped decide howS spends its candidate Kevin Mayeux believes $4 3 million budget by servingon the Student Government cabinet the Activity and Service Fee Adis an underused service and he visory Committee. wants to do something about it Jackson alo serves as vice spring elections The cabinet really can help a chairman of the Reitz Union's 1990 president complete the projects Board of Managers, a panel of promised during the elections if it students and faculty who organize the is run correctly, he said sue Jwl pop 5 "'he vice president's job is more rnportant than many people think.' Mayeut said. changes in Cabinet Mayeux said he has sonm big projerris for the cabinet if he is elected He said the academics cabinet should publish a guide every semester to let students know about courses before registration The guide would be more in-depth than the Lourie descriptions published by the adminisira tin "this is a way you can actually find out what a class is about -before it's too ate" Mayeux said Maycux said the guide could contain isee May.x, page 5 Plybig saucer Brad Polen, a sophomore at Santa Fe Community College, catches a Frisbee at Broward Courts area

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it [I. %lN>R ft sCN\YI I ]T ARY n [lit) More offers for the student heart Itiptc1 i .mp Miiti-i P i I,, I ALn I siqTuly Ave wor pon ,Q I (11O dm tod] ,it I( 10 C rill Council I i JIrIr l isi i I d I r on im l EIII I lg C01111111 io, tOd 1y 1 >IT in 11im1r HLill oom in F ill MyrA Cribir it N5 215 Spring action: Iit,1 Spring SI n I, OrgluiItiin I .ir i, tod at If ithe eiT I mon (oltnnade aId rirth Lawn Ctll 192 1655 Ultimate [I[ WorinTI ULtImat' I t it t div Iit '1 i t luml i I lI (I ll I I Against bigotry I I' ( o0litiin \gii1t Kilgtrt offersLod.ay a 51 I, l On Ri.onm 171 .ill (;Iy Li \"Jil Lit -> i Written experience: ll Womn i 'ublka~hon lu I writer for I pull I tjiii soInsordt by Student Ser to Ihere w' I be of informational s,3in todyiv i 5 in lig
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Stone ODarmaged I 0 o Do't Rpla. e it I 372-8056 txp 230 0 1 I FREE Workout with thisll N T"" 45 I. Sn E Wel,',Ia so mn It No st 376-9400 --S Interested in a Government Job? Find Out: A Where to find Government Summer Jobs/Internships *i How to Apply Where to Get Forms Deadlines TODAY Thursday, Feb. 8, 1990 B-71, Reitz Union 3 p.m. -4 p.m. Senate considers funding UF Amnesty International By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Writer tutn] pxulhtaI acIr. Ites," I'ompks, sal I testy ntern at local) requests are im my op I I f hI so Inca or eervi ig except posiage Ilestudent branch ofAmnesty International Cheney said his group is tnt poiita a group that works to stop human rights abuse, their concerns are directed toward pret may get $1,377 from Student Government humn rights ATiiisty [ilernoato lt' is I The group, which has about 30 active memthe death penalty, he sold hers, works to educate stu dents about polital We proct and iird tr Iidame prisoners and the death penalty, said Campus, of every individual in Lternita!l] gr( Amnesty Intenational President David Cheney (tn'y said 'We doorit suibsiribt lo any Amnesty responds to urgent action appeals thal k fato tell members to mail letters to world leaders Intr1m SC treasurer stot honuts va and request an improvement in human rights gr m h G taeasurdr sues s SG's Budget and Finance Commuittee apgroup that takes ~stnd on issues, sucht proved the funding request, which was reduced death penalty, must be considered l from $6,451 to $1,377, at its first hearing Re ative and should not be financed by (; quests need to be passed twice before they go Even if it's lor a good ause, homas to the Student Senate But before hearing the "I would have I real problem signing the request a second time, the committee sent it to Thomas satd the funding rtojuest ma the Information and Investigation Committee to through the Budget Committter set und determine if the group is a political one ing, but it probably won't be passed b Budget Committee President Sen Chris Senate even fthe fnlornation Cormitte Tompkins said senators don't grant funding for the group should be considered non polin politically active groups is only a recorieulation Steitirs in Tompkins said the group plans to use most up their on mods, h said of the money to pay for postage for international (Senators) would be 'jenmiig up a whole mailings of worrs," 'TI1aI said "Will 1 (11 siia "As long as we stay within the law. we ta1110 (it e" Elections delay fund request By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Writer In an hour-long debate Tuesday night lui dent senatorsvoted not to deude h lt (iiri r, versial funding of the Graduate Student ,t tnt until after Student Goverrnmet elections i'ext week The 27-20 vote to delay the funding sent (,s( Treasurer Arlene Van Der Porter fleets from the room in tears Senators who wanted GSC's funding delayed argued that a new bi], which passed first readIng Tuesday night, states that no funding bills or new legislation can be introduced to the Senate two weeks prior to elections The bill was reworded so political parties cannot camUF Model UN will debate Lithuanian : succession and Apartheid tonight at 7 30 in RM B-SO JWR Union of PIC N' SA VE F4 2 PC. CHICKEN e REAL DEAL MEAL MauO 2 PIES O FABULUSFEB CHCKEM 10 or larki ME s ATIE H u MV flu, IFDR GENI ULL ENJOY OUR ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BUFFET -7 DAYS A WEEK YOUR CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES, 6 VEGETABLES, DESSERTS, BOLLS AND SALAD BAN W/FESN FRUIT. UU UUU -m IUIU FinAl 1 NhAILS-4PU. MA7-JP.M.-U MNMU4-&PU. Ma-.U 359 KIUB 2-41MM aC "''an ;'"' 9, SAT. & M. MNS 7-11 A 1'.91 'Ain LI and ervinug ga ist lups. (d any is the tially said, bill" y get Seady the 2 says i make c t II I ( r it paign or buy voite hv agt ( 1tg ,&J ilIt utqLuil Although ihit (, sulbouittd 1o r ro(,uo I for s3 h40 lasi No{vthebV il' dlivod hill c'as placed bef,o he sale 1r Ite :rs, I,1mW 'it I lue dIV BLt 1 w s flt I (I u V II ,( I Irk senate i l.n I'n ilbl .j v l Ie l ', [I, .r the undoing rt qui I wi' wet I bIlort el, c:','s I( n Bret erin started lcralit whent 'it souti ho bill wia too t Otr(,vri sIi to v1!ie 11110: It) (lose to ]t( tljril taus ii over -600 graIlute siudinits tampst mtpI) ietIa t l-rsuade(i in how they vote We are only tight das before election, ird this wtll h:dtr a student's abhty to voe fairly Berlin said 'A controversial bill should not be see Graduates, rage 9 Weld between the lines A worker from Auchter Construction Company welds beams on the new performing arts theater. Player's Sports Club presents Nickel Nete Ymnilt 1605 SW lath s1 What is your name? What is your quest? What is the best way to leil 48 0DO intellectually inclined leaders about yourself or your business' lie y A A Alligator Advertising

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AlJ I )R [VI R11 )AY lI Ie ARYIlA ELSEWHERE Soviets open to multiparty system MOSCOW (UP) -[lie communist Party abair doonl its constitutional monopoly on power Wedne day opening the way for a multiparty system for It first ime in more than 70 years in a stunning victor for M ik hail Gorbat hev's reform dnve, aSoviet sour said i source. who requested anonymity, sad th 249-member Central Committee voted to reniove Ar tide 6 of the Soviet Constitution, which guarantee the Communist' single-party rile 'All I know is that that question was decided -(t removal if Article 6," said (he source Thonffikual Tasslnewsagenty onfirmed the Ceritra Committee voted to adopt its platform, but did no provide details of the program adopted by party leader sli In he Soviet capital the third day of the plenumo lo, Soviet Communist party's Central Committee s ctiionuing its work." ass said In the course of tlirer days of discussion, speakers debated the Centra Cocittee's platform for the 28th Party Congress Iohoa, it was accepted by the plenum participants" S'vit radio later said (ie plenum had complete(. its work but did not elaborate Poliburo member Altxmiriir ).ik ev si hlduled a news conference if brit tourn.ist on he results of the plenum iumv took over in November 1417. lie ComTlIitii
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JACKSON from page 1 Union's operations and policies "It was one of the few things I've been involved in that I could actually make a difference." he said Union Director David Kratzer said Jackson's dedication to the board has impressed him, "Jace's best asset is that he's been a steadying factor and a good voice of reason," Kratzer said. "That's the best thing a board can be." One of Jackson's ideas impressed Kratter so much that he asked administrators to pay for it. Jackson talked to Kratzer about building a dance facility where student groups could have macals, and Kratzer agreed UF needs a place where students can have late parties. 'There really isn't a good place, outside of the Orange & Brew, where entertainI ment can happen," Kratzer said. 'There's really not a place specifically designed for dances You can't really rent the O'Connell Center, unless you're goingto have a party for 10,000." When state education officials gave UF money last semester for construction, Kratzer pushed for a multi-purpose building that will be built between Broward Hall and the architecture college. 'The $15 million building will have a restaurant that can be converted to a recreation hall student groups can use for parties and meetings. "It wasn't a new idea, but I'm just glad I was in the position to push that idea," Jackson said. Jackson, a public relations senior, said he keeps up with the students and what they want by participating in student groups. As a memberof theSigning Gators Club, he has worked with sign language and learned about hearing-impaired students' problems The Rawlings Hall resident assistant is also a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. and the Black Student Union BSU's debt problem last semester is one of Jackson's worst SG memones, be said. Senators haggled for weeks overf$6,800 that BSU owed SG BSU incurred the debt when it signed speakers for 1987 and 1988's Black History Month, without telling SG leaders about the contracts. BSU couldn't pay the speakers' fees, leaving SG to cover the group's debt. SG loaned BSU the money on the condition it would be repayed in installments. But when the payments were due, senators and BSU officials didn't agree about deadlines Senators eventually worked out a payment plan, but Jackson said watching the weekly arguments hurt him. "It seemed like BSU was on trial for something that was committed by people who were -no longer here, he said "It seemed EViN WsNEWSIALLIGATOR like we were deadbeats But for the most part, Jackson said he has enjoyed his time in Senate He was elected Senator of the Month during the summer to honor the work he had done on committees. 4I really didn't expect it, but apparently people had noticed what I'd been doing," he said. Jackson was also given Gainesville's Human Relations Award Wednesday, an honor Jackson said he received for "outstanding service to the campus and community, and for helping out in the very complex community Jackson said helping campus leaders work together is one of his main goals if elected. He proposes organizing a multicultural retreat and inviting SG leaders and officials from ethnic student groups "I have definite plans for the vice presidential candidacy," he said. "I've done too much to just get in office and stop MAYEUX from page 1_ formationabouta professor'steahing techniques. grading scales, testing formats and writing requirements "We're not trying to give students the easy way out' Mayeux said "It would just give them a chance to plan their education Mayeux also said the public relations cabinet needs some changes He said he would like to see the cabinet divided into) two separate cabinets because the director has too much work to do The split would create a publications cabinet to handle SG publications, and leave the public relations cabinet to publicize SG events. PR cabinet dIrector Kristine Lambert agreed with Mayeux and said the split into two separate groups would give her more time to complete projects, "I spent so much time working on The Clue last semester, I didn't have a chance to do all the programming I wanted to," limbert said. Vie Clue is a calendar/information handbook produced by SG Mayeux has been involved in SG politics since 1987. As a freshman, he ran for the Student Senate with the United Florida Party He losttheelection.alongwithFoday presidential candidate Juan Vitali, to the rival Wave party But he didn't give up "I still wanted to get into Senate really bad," Mayeux said He applied to fill vacant Senate sets several times, but the Recommendations and Agenda Committee repeatedly turned him down. "I must have applied for a vacant seat eight or nine times before the committee finally recommended me." Mayeux said Once Mayeux became a Senator ii1 March 1988, he didn't stop to rest Fie served on five Senate committees and lltRS[)AY. FFBRUARY 8, Ill AJLLGATOAR, shared two of then -Budget & Fl nce and Information & Investigation While working wiih I & [, Mayeux err.ted the SG information booth The booth allows students it meet senators and dieloss their concerns As chairman of the B & I kminitit-, Mayeux oversaw the dismibunon of more thet82511.000 o studejit Urginilainls Ii groups use the money Io provide progr.niclig and serves to studNiI Mayeux, a political science junior. sadl his biggest strength in the Senate was his ability to work with people -a important feature for SG officers planned, but said they "I's importmin that student gooernmi and ti admnuistraion aren't adversial toward t.ch other,' he .ud I hey should work 1ogethet 11 you si ther cif last them vou i not going to gut anylling doic They're just going to turn I (leaf ear to you Mayeux a dil ted the Viuni plancoorm ctmai' ready 1eIng aren't coi pletti -DIere are plans at this iutversct tu everythiiig,' Mayeux said I liere arelfai for more lighting, more blue phones, 1creased safety and phone registration But they're just plans 'they're just sLitmg on somjonhe s (t collectig lust and noone's doig anviliig about them We need lo make sure the tiult Itho atfe ts us gets toie now polit ans don't a ways i lit s every they start, but Mayeux said Vision is mted o falling its promises thing I (mT"When you are only in office for a year, its hard Co get a lot done," Mayeux said "Bhut when you fish a project, hat's somethig that will be here for a hundred years -Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. member Name: Candtate 1esumt Student Body Vice President Kevin M Mayeux Age: 20 Major: Political science junior Student Government Experience: 'I L e -Student Senator -Budget and Finance committee member, chairman -Information and Investigations committee member, chairman -Replacement and Agenda committee member -Judiciary committee member --Affairs and Ethics committee member -Public Relations cabinet assistant director, acting director Other Experience: -Board of College Councils president -College of Liberal Arts and Sciences council representative -Savant leadership honorary -UF presidential search committee member Canidate 9Rcsum Student Body Vice President Name: Jace Jackson Age: 21 Major: Public relations senior Student Government experience: -Student Senator -Budget and Finance Committee member -Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee member Other experience: -Reitz Union Board of Managers, vice chairman -Signing Gators Club member -Black Student Union member -Rawlings Hall resident assistant

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OPINIONS Just the facts, ma 'am lie two student political parties on calls, Vision and Isday. are trying their hardest to be seen and heard Ilehaers rom both parties admit how nervous they are about the election and how important average, nonaligned students ame to wiling (in light ol that, the paitos eie watching each other Veit Vl osel and filing charges every time they see somethmng that nigh vIolate Ieltio1 i tiles So far, there has bien a ILIubVr of ines, miiuding a $50 fine tot an unauthonrued poll and a 56 tine for unofficial tablecloths We think they are getting silNy, but politicians will be polhti( ans When they start subloenaing journalists to ( a Iup political mind tights, though. they have gone too ina store about the imiile-tp of the parties and their probable voters. onte of oul Student Govt'ernment i(portis quoted d Vision c
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MtURSDAY, FEBRJAR!Y 8, i, ALLIGATOR. 7 Galnesville sharks check out lhe Alfltmilfor eatlng places. Motion filed Steak n Shak By DUANE MARSTELLER Alligator Writer Defense attorneys are hoping time is the biggest ally for Darren Sheppard, the man charged with killing two Steak a Shake employees during an October 1988 robbery. Ted Curtis, one of Sheppard's lawyers, has filed dozens of motionsincluding 26 separate ones Dec.28 -contesting almost every piece of evidence against the former Steak n Shake employee in an effort to delay Sheppard's trial and strengthen his case So far, most of Curtis' mihols have been denied by Circuit Judge Elzie S Sanders, but Curtis was i Sanders' count again Wednesday morning in an attempt to throw out another piece of evidence This time, Curtis sought to suppress the warrant that police used to arrest Sheppard Oct 7. 1988. four days after a gunman shot th ree Steak n Shake employees in the head after marching hem into the restaurants walk-in cooler Two employees -Isiah Griffin, 28, andToddlBdwell 17-ded while the third, assistant manager I)anna I 2*1(I ecal, [U rv IVd Curt i saul (dame-sville police Detive David t lidli0n. IN c hief Investigator i the casw, used false imkormalion when he sought Sheppardarrest warrant lecause the warrant was based on inaccurate nformation, it should not be used as evidence against sheppird duri g his rIna. it said There is m ,rreL 1 lormialon n] tite altdavil' Curtis ",uc1 im not going to say I was iimtntional see Sheppard, page ID Globetrotters play tonight By JAsON CASTEN Aligator Wrter Thei world-fainous FHarlem Clobetirotters dazzled a UF audience last March with their skill and comedy routines, and they ar returning tonight to prove they're the "Magicians of Basketball" The Globetrotters will face their longtime rivals, the Washington Generals, in the O'Connell Center tonight at 7:30. Known for sneaking the ball past opponents and bringing fans onto the court during halftime, the Globetrotters hold a world-record 6,695 consecutive victories. "The games the Globetrotters play are geared more toward entertainment than competition," assistant Gators basketball coach Rick Hughes said Founded in 1927 by Abraham Saperstem, the Globetrotters have played more than 12,000 basketball games in 103 different countries They have entertained the smallest and largest basketball crowds in history -perfornming for the pope in Rome, and Olympic Stadium in front of 75.000 fans at Ierlin's The Globetrotters compete with the NBA, the Continental Basketball Association and European leagues to recruit players from college, relying on their reputation and the lure of world travel Sandra Hodge, an All-America selection from the University of New Orleans. plays guard for the Globetrotters and is the only woman on the team Tickets are available at the University Box Office and all TicketMaster outlets for $10 and $12 S rm '90 Four of Florida's Top Fraternities Square off and Slug it out PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT ALACHUA COUNTY BOYS CLUB in the Nation's Featuring Premier Amateur Boxing Event DAE) fKCD HKA FRIDAY, FEB. 9 7 PM. O'CONNELL CE Thanks to delay trial e suspect contests evidence 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 oar: pap smear: blood test -including cholesterol; six-month's supply of oral contraceptives. SThe Climactec Clinic A research division o( wasens MeicalI and oCignosc center For information call 372-5600 p I S G to: KA "sill, <5: 4e NTER

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--a-UNIVERSIT 3)bp -I a Center For Latin American Studies Holds Conference .I, Itr%t loohogic l 1i rk 11 atilt tort, ottilt enter for From Sr )l studies 4h Annual (ont IT t, I Iv ld tornorr and saturJin t T'ms i46 347 ot the, Rit, Union r ) 'llidonk'l sp il idusor to the -',t tar ( en'o-ral ,I he Lnited Nations S,'inoml t oImIIn for I atin American ld th ( oaribh'ai 'ill deliver the key Irn's%. toirr('t night at7 p m in iito \nriex 03 arid a r.'cvtptr~ill I' thc L n i ri," allcrv ht '.nlt rcn, is tree and open to the 11 r norr ntormatiton and .1 tonIn, hedulc ontit Kient Redford, 'jnter tor I atn Amerinan Studies, 319 Inter F H ll. 142 1'75 Careers In Banking Seminar Tonight L I I antial Ir'titutpone k enter t of4,1 huInss t .\dniinstrAlon s preoiing I v ireers in Ranking osemiar t'omgpht It I pm in 120 Bryan [tall The PL1 iml 1 tree it t harp and rpen to ill -sija otf' \rrTId \ I 'g't'stad, direttor kit the 1 in 1 1 ii In tituhti on it iter and a V"IlILom 1 Dial prissortot banking, oil Tore n evAt'rtv (i the banking imuIiI tm tiUrmmII Itliorn astInt lil' AI the ( toter, will speak [on pi4, a Tiok\lkimg the Right 'it', I ,r mTeort 'itormiation, Lill 3L02 2h10 or ,op f 127 Business Building Agricultural Career Day Today in Union Agriultural Career Day is today from ) 1 m to 3 30 p mr in the Reitz Union Tion Ballroom t udents can learn about possibilities tor intteshps, summer jobs and full-time employment from several companies inJudmg Coca-Cola Foods, E I Dupont de Nemours and Co, Lykes Brothers Inc and Purina Mills All students are invited to attend Agricultural Career Day is sponsored the Career Resource Center and the Co le of Agriculture For more information ca l 392-1601. Documentary on Florida By WUFT-TV Airs Monday "Visions of Nature Patnck Smith's Florida," a new half-hour documentary produced by WUFTV, will air Monday at 8 p m on WUFTIV channel 5 The program shows what novelist and four-time Nobel Prize noiunee Smith calls "the real magc kingdom of Florida" and records Smith's travels through the state For more information about the documentary, contact Mike Doyle, WUITIIV, 392-5551 LZ' SCAMPS UF senior Richard Barfield blows up balloons for fellow students (left to righ) Michelle Ross, Tene.a Stanford, Roslin Taylor and Raymond Sweet as part of UPS celebration of Black History Month. (UF photo by Michele Katz) It's Black History Month; Alex Haley Speaks Next Week Alex Haley, author of Rixs, will speak in the O'Connell Center Feb 15 at 8 p mi as part of UFs celebration of Black History Month Haley's seech, sponsored by AC CENT and the lack Student Union, is tree and open to the public A member of the Authors Guid and So ely of Magazine Writers, Haley was the recipient of a Special Pulitzer Prze in III7 He is the founder and president of the Kinte Foundation Haley's speech is one of many events scheduled for this year's celebration, 'Ratial Harmony A New Beginning Tonight's events include showings of the elme 'The Making of Do The Right Thing' and 'Joe's Bed Stuy Barbershop We Cut Heads" at 7 and 9 30 pm in the Rear, Union Linema and a lecture, "Black Floridians and the Caribbean Communttv, by Duke University history professor Julius Scott, at 8 pm in the Senior Recreation Center, 516 N E 2nd Ave Various campus organizations are sponorin events through Mar 3, including the Miss Black Student Union Pageant in the University Auditorium tomorrow at8 p m, a "Brain Bowl," sponsored by Delta sigma Theta, Monday at 7pm m E121 Computer Science and Engineering Building and a brown bag forum with City Manager Paul White at 12 30 p i Feb. 20 on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Jazz and blues singers Jacqueline Jones and Friends will perform at 8 p m Tuesday at the Thomas Center, 302 N E 6th Avenue Admission is $5 All other Black History Month events are free of charge Also as part of Black History Month, WUFTTV Channel 5 is airing several special programs, including "Eyes on the Prize I the second season of publc televisions chronicle of Amenca's civil rights strug le An encore presentation of the ortgi "Eyes on the Pnze' sees is being broadcast Tuesdays at midnight beini this week Their channel 5 programs hi htng Black History Month are as fo] "ows Feb 8,2p r-Dawn's Early Light. Ralph McGil and the Segregated South, Feb. 12, 12 a m -Black Stars In Orbit, Feb 16, 10 p n -American Playhouse Zora Is My Name', Feb 19, 2 p m -Vices and Vision Langston Hughes, The Dream Keeper, Feb 19, 12 a m -The Music Legacy of Roland Hayes, Feb 25, 4 p n -All Day and All Night Memories from Beale Street Musicians, Feb 26, 12 a m -Art Blakely The Jazz Messen r, Sundays in February, 9 30 a m -Tony Brown's Journal In addition, 'ReflecIons:' a WUFITVproduced program, offers a weekly exampmation of issues of importance to the Black community of North Central Flonda every Sunday at 9 a m For additional information concerning Black History Month activities, contact Alexandria Stewart of the Black Student Union at 392-1676 Internationally Known Advertising CEO Is A.P. Phillips Series Lecturer G Donald Johnston Jr, retired chief executive officer and chairman of the J Walter Thompson Advertising CorJWT Group, Inc will speak at 7:30 p m tonight i Weimer Hall's Gannett Auditonu Johnston, who will discuss "'The Advertising AgencyClent Partnership Dead or A ve'' is the 8th lecturer in the annual A P Phill s Advertising Lecture Series, sponsored bUps Department of Advertising and funded by the A P Phillips Foundation of Orlando. The international advertising agency, which has represented Bard Motor Co since the 1940s and Lever Brothers since the mngof the century, was responsible or the first television commercial Far more information about the lecture, which is free and open to the public, call the Department of Advertising, 392-4046. Engineering Scholarship Applications Due Monday Students in the College of Engineering can apply until noon Monday for scholarships for the 1990-91 academic year Applications are available in engieerng departmental offices and in 312 WeiI Half. They must be returned to the undergraduate coordinator in the student's department Fr mom Information on the scholarships, call the Colle of Engineenng, Office of the Assistant Kean for Academic Affairs, 392-0944 The Univez.ity of Florida In an Equal Opportunity/Affir.Wtive Action Institution rF TODAY BICL[FCHNOLOG WORKSHOI transgeni animals, sponsored by Ul ITT ttrdis p nary Center for Biotechnolopg Research, 8 45 a m to 4 45 p m It I Reitr Union Friday-8 a in to 12 noon Room Cl-7, F HiHis Miller Health Center MUSIC LECTURE, "Debussy's' lKitt a joutn' and Other Little-Knmoi Works" by UF piano facul member Ho, Sharon, 155 120 Music Building NUCLEAR ENGINEERING SEMINAR 'Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Dosn etry," by UF nuclear en ineenng scierx assistant professor Davi Hintenlang, 3 4, pm ,227 Nuclear Science Center FORESTRY LECTURE, "Cross Scale Per ceptmons of the Everglades" by UF zooklg professor C.S. Hol theArthurR Mar shal, Jr, Eminent o Ecolo ical Smaece, 4pm,112 Newts-Zwigler ail CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SEMINAR, "alymer Applications in Lithography and Packagig," by Stanford Un versi chemical enpeteing professor CWi nkpm ,7 Chemica Engin BIOCHEMISTY/MOLECULAR BIOLOGY LECTURE by Stanford University biological sciences professor Robert Simort, 7r action fCholesterul Meta bolsm. H GCQA Reductase, the Key Enzyme 4 p.m., Room C-9, I Hills Miller Health Center HISPANIC FACULTY CAUCUS MEET ING, 4:30 pm, 123 Reitz Umon LATIN M CAN STUDIES COLLOQUIUM, "The Colombian War ainst Drug Trafficking; by Gen Alvaro alecia Tovar, history department director, Universidad del Rosano, Bogota, 4 30 p m 349 Reitz Union FRIDAY LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLOQUIUM, "Currents of Afro-Amencan Communication in the Era of the Haitian Revolution." by Duke University history professor Julius Scott, 12 noon, 471 Grinter Hall COASTAL ENGINEERING LECTURE, "Water in Cohesive Sediment," by engineering associate dean emeritus Ray Krone, University of California, Davis, 12:50 p.m, 501 Wil Hall ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SEMINAR by Up electrical enrieen visiting researcher Stefano Cali, "Desging A Commuter Architecture for the University of ologna Robotc Hand," 3 p n., 210 Wed Hall ART SHOW OPENING of One-Man Show of Creative Computer Graphics, by UF architecture professor Harold Kemp, 7 pm. reception, show runs through March 9, Creative Workshop, 809 W Universit Ave., 9 a.m. to 6 psa weekdays and Saturdays. SUNDAY MUSEUM SNEAK PREVIEW of Fort Mose Exhibit, presented as part of Black History Month, Florida State Museum of Natural History, 9 am. to 5 pin weekdays and I to 5 p.m. Sundays. MONDAY GERIATRICS LECTURE SERIES, "Clinical Care of the Elderly: Psychological Aspects by VA Hospital Nursing Home Care Unit (NHCU) staff psycho ogist Judy deMontmollin, 11 a.m., NHCU Conference Room, VA Medical Center WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES LECTURE, "Wildlife Reserves, Buffers, and Growth Management in Florida;' by Up assistant prfessor of wildlife and sciences hSchaefez 3-45 p.m 112 Hall.

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-Ij -a WANE BROS Morgan Fieeman and Jessica Tandy in Driving Miss Daisy * Driving Mis Daisy panions to best friends os 4 West I say "master and servant" on One day, the elderly Miss Dafisy purpose, because it's quite clear Sessi Tindv) aidlentally backs that Miss Daisy does have a few hor .ir ser a small wall and into prejudiced bones in her body a nelrhburK vrd Her son Booher Hoke changes her attitude, and in Oin Avkreid) reii/es that she that role, Morgan Freeman gives ,an no longer dr,'e herself and one of the more difficult perforI et s on hiring a c haLtteur mares imaginable His name is Holke (Morgan The movie i set in Atlanta i rI Im in) Ie is intelligent, polite before and during the civil rights nda good criler Heis also black movement When we first meet Nine Doesy dr t hin a 1oke, his defe any prejud led hn m body But people present a umb she dae't ee ba affur and rolte "Yts B sathldi h ha a stranger No suh," he s U frt r house oeconseivhoould b, he see tt ilk behind her balk and eat from stereotypical black servant we're her ie1os sadly familiar with from the Mses Dleiv refuses to let oke movies do anything but sit around Boohe But IFoke changes with the is paying his salary, but as far as times, asserting his proper place ,her' Oncerred., Hoke can lust go more and more Somehow, alv Fhe won t and the core of Freeman imbues him with a digDrirng Me Dairy depicts their nty and pride from the very changing relationship from master beginning There were people who and servant to amiable comspokeand behavedasHokedid HE1AICI PANEl SOD-5122 t bome se Al e eals Freeman manages to make him warm, funny and human without ever sinking into Stepn Fetchit characterization Perhaps he succeeds because Hake and Daisy are such cornpell ing, individual characters Freeman is certainly helped by the presence of Jessica Tandy Devtng Miss Daisy is as much about growing old as it is about prejudice, and Tandy shows Daisy aging and becoming senile with painful, wrenching honesty Untortunately, the direction ot Bruceteoresford istoo flat and dull toadd anything to the storyother than soft-focus shots of Atlanta And the script by Alfred Ury despite having won the Puliter Prue for the stage play it's based on, is a little too neat and tidy to be satisfactory Still, warmth, humor and two marvelous performances are more than most films can ever offer BY MICHAEL GlITZ Valentines Day fl Special 4 fSTROSES $22.00 DO 9IgC No O I CampIis Ph 37 HOSE 377 T3 for your valentine SEND YOUR LOVE FLOATING HEARTS ORDER EARLY TO GUAAENJEE VALENTINE S OAY ARRIVAL WEDELIVER NATIONWIDE SALLOONACY Z BALLOONACY e *ALLOONACY 378-0177 1021 W. University Avenue TWO rERPUAPV 1990 OFF Vl I PIZZA-po SPECIALIZING IN PIZZArS & 0 0 ITALIAN SUBS WE DELIVER FREE 4320 S.W. 20th AVE. 335-2575 Lg 16" Garlic Bread Lg. 16' Pizza Cheese Pizza 12" usc with 1Toring S .6c 12 i ~ ~ nVa'oI I, ~ ~ p~es5IM' II *Vf l Is, Buy 2 12 cheese 6 pk. Special 12" Italian Sub Pizzas on .4' 6u aiy 16" 2 fl il ,cm plus I can of Extra hem $1.00 pi 171 cob and I bag of chips 6 lpk. of cokes FREE cnis with sub N p le. l, J O said. Ma 1I NOU e.pr Mar 6 al1o BetTheClockSp*cia 3U. Off any i2"i alian Meatball 16 Lghtip gizza Lg. 16" deluxe Sub $S3. $51m P*PP*MO'I eM~*s** "l'TVO Save $100 rg $469 pm. 1ami v' ** nn l1 1.&. s I'l. N, .,, sue W,, P HOURS Sunday-Thursday 400p-12 00am CAMPU CUTS VIDEO Friday-Saturday 4:00pn-2:00amn --. $ er K DO YOU FIND IT INCONVENIENT OR IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND TIME TO GET TO THE SERVICES OF A PROFESSIONAL? NOTE: MOST OF YOU FAMILIES OF YOUR OWN. THINK OF THE TIME MONEY ETC. QVERTHE YEARS TO COME. HAIRCUTS SHOWN. 119.95 JTION OF $5.00 TO ANY CAMPUS OF YOUR CHOICE NG WITH CHECK OR LADIES & MENS RET A CONTRIBI WILL BE SENT ORGANIZATION RETURN AD COPY ALO TO: LW BASIC HAIRCUTTING P.O. BOX 560674 ROCKLEDGE, FLA. 32956 OPENING FOR LUNCH SIONTHIS 35 MIN. ILLUSTRATED VIDEO TAKES STEP-BY-STEP THRU EASY TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CUT EACH HAIR. YOU OTHERS M.o Ve is Ali 0 11V fir 0 0 1 I to A fir, 4, V, A! ce A A P, A 1, fic his 1 11 or s 1, Is k A! 4 A It III OV, -L 1 is ..; P, Z Will SOMEDAY H AVE

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HOTLINE FROM HELL Two weeks back, APPLAUSE unleashed a potent weapon with its Hotline shot at Dwayne Schintzius The basketball star, obviously distraught, quit the team within a day. Last week, we made this destructive connection public,and we asked you for suggestions about where our sinister power should be aimed next. Martin was our first caller, and told us, "The Physical Plant is digging up things all over campus, What are they trying to prove?" F-e suggested we concentrate *[+our power on the Physical Plant workers. "How come more of them don't succumb to carbon monoxide poisoning, because they sit in their trucks and do nothing all day?" Chip called in to suggest APPLAUSE is the weekly entertainment supplement to The Independent Florida Alligator edtit stephen oh art directors denise, a iean copy editoada wine cover photo. suiet cook corern deI shine best turn UF around. He's ugly. "College students just don't have any discipline," Matt expounded. "Fire everyone across the board, and hire everyone as ugly, as stupid, as vain and as harsh as Don DeVoe." Next week, APPLAUSE wants to know -since we've ridiculed athletics for all they're worth -what controversial campus subject should we singleout next?Call 3764511, and take a shot at winninga $5 store credit from Tom's Records and Tapes. REGGIE GRANT Matthew pronces as he controls our machine, unleashing the fIry of the APPLAUSE Hotline. He's clearly lbs .nsk's king of the mountain, hatong edged out answers from Martn and Cip to reign as our Hoaline miner Matt gets $5 worth of music from Schoolkide' Recoldt. Cal 3764511, and you could be next, a* ---, -., Hardback Cafe Mali ous Mime. (Thurs), rone Unknown (Fri), Whit Anne Likes with No 2 (Sit), 9 00 Quartet (Tues) [372MNDS 62481 aLillian,'s Smug Brothers 1372 10101 Metropolis The Woodies (Fri), Naiomi's Hair (Sat), XYZ (Tues), Class Camel (Wed) Ifax 1-35s64101I Market Street Pub CallipenCharlie's Lavell (Thurs), Deja gian (Fri), Prarie Fire (Sat) [377Vu (Fri, Sat), Jack and Britton 29271 (Mon, Tues), Double Trouble Napolatono's Gary Gordon (Wed) [371-80691 with Tammy Murray (Thurs) ButDub's Barrage (Thurs -Sat) ton and Jack (Fri, Sat), Rob and 1378-53591 Richie (Sun) Einstein A Go Go Das Damen Richenbacher's Vova Nova (Fri) [jax 1-246-40731 hurs -Sat), Super Jam (Mon), Gathering Lounge Real Time Cubby Carrier (Wed) The Hiddeni Family, an original play about domestic violence, starts Thursday at the Acrosetown Repertory Theatre Exploring the dynamicsof two dysfunctional families, the play is relayed through a series of vignettes which evolved from workshops on the subject Formore The Creative Workshop presents the work of Harold Kemp, a computer graphics artist Kemp, also an architectural history teacher at Up, was published in every issue of Art Works Magazine from June 1984 to its final issue in 1988 The exhibit will open Friday night at 7, at 809 W University Ave, and will run through March 9 Find out What Anne Likes at the Hardback Cafe, Saturday night around 10 The band will perform for the first time as a headline act, and for the first time with their new drummer, Jonathan Isley They describe their music as highenergy pop/rock, and they feature mostly originals with a few covers ofElvis Costello, XTCand Mission of Burma Special Guest No 2 will open Pictured from loft to right vocalist Bill Stephenson, Islay, DVDGVN bass guitarist Paul Miller and lead DAVID OVOIN guitarist Ned Davis What Anne Likes Coerings' Book Center presents Mark Derr, author of Some Kind of Paradise, in an autographing party Sunday afternoon from 1 30 to 3 00 Derr is a Florida native, and his novel is billed as "a chronicle of man on the land in Florida." 'Democrat Republican Independent VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE REGISTER TO VOTE I WHERE: TURLINGTON, REITZ UNION RM 305 WHEN: TUESDAY-FRIDAY, 8:30 AM -4:00 PM $PEIIFEC'I'TWICE S A new in d't fp nit h'1h $ LILJiIllyr)~~Jlrl'~ %hop $ 35 off with a purchase of $30 or more. S $2 $ 'n $~ sS l;SIL$s$ $$$f;h Six NM Ini Sruin.NT Sun N Fun Convertibles at GATOR AUTO LEASING WE RENT TO 19 YEARS AND UP! ISM 3535 N MAIN ST Be aset 372-2561 nC1 sOA CAU let IWfGMAtNON APPLAUSE T H R E E perhaps the most popular campus figure, Coach Don DeVoe. He asked us to influence the rock group Devo to get together again and unite with Don. "Devo stands for de-evolution," Chip explained. "Don seems to be proving that." This week's winning answer came from Matthew, who told us to take a much broader shot. "All the faculty must go," Matt demanded, telling us to focus our power on reorganizing UF's staff. "Everyone should be a disciplinarian like Don DeVoe. He can He's very ugly. But we love him. Ai < Player's Sports Club presents Nickel Bee Tomibs 600 SW 131 St LASER PRINTING no wall -many Intnitis Volume discount PC Lab, 17 t UnIv. 372-6500 rny Choose One: r I=

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N ugent sings out for the Ameri can Hunter --=-----I!By Steve GIllIlnd'i U 'ne ile mn h,,vt another inductee to add to its mythical but ,''tr in' it*.sing 'Ri, k'n'KoL Halt (it Fame "Phan ks to 'Motor City Mladmnan' d \igent, we can put Fred Bear with the hikes or Th, DI)LIt.V and lir oyu B, i ins We hold so near and titar Nugunt'snew smgle,"'Fred Bear -The American Hunter'srhere Soni paYs homage to the Famous archery enthusiast and outdIoi'rsmanif whose museum is right herein Gaintsville. on -red Bear rA, on reher Road Ehe museum shuiwtascs Bear, who lied in H'W with reLscs ot pist hunts and archer display's trindering that Nugent betime a superstar in the '70s by swmnging trom rtipes, wt'aringoin clothsand playingeardrum-shattring, guilar, it stems odd he woukd have been friends with and a great admirer 01 the sonlspoken kiunder of B&ar Archery Inc In light utNugent'soht-stage ide though, it its hischaracter perfectly Nnt'n Nugen t wasn t playing his big hits, like "Cat S ratch Fever," ho wis known to hunt his own fond, support the National Ritle A ssiciatlon and even a ppear on ''Armerican Sportsma n, as he d id m 19() According to Erin Whitaker, advertising coordinator of Bear ArFLher n ,a Nugent was a teen-ager when he Iirst met Bear Ti their home stalL' 01 Miwhigan Nugent's father sold steel to Bear tor the prod uction ofhis archery equipment, and arranged ameeting between Ted and the world-renowned bowbunter rheir second meeting didn't take place until Nugent reached the height of his career in the late '79s Bear invited the rocker out to his Orousehaven hunting lodge in Grayling, Michigan, several times, w which spawned a friendshi p between the two rhe 'Fred Bear" single sounds far different from past songs like Wang Dang Sweet Poontang," but it's catchy in a metal-head, ballad-like kind of way In the song, Nugent says Bear's presence lingers with him whenever he goes hunting "1 felt his touch, I felt his guiding hand/The buck was mine forever more"' The way Nugent puts it, one would tinmk Fred Bear was Obi Won Kenobi or something (use the scope, Luke, use the scope). The song ends with a statement from Fred Bear. He says, "If the teen-age thrill-seekers today really want a thrill, let them go to the Northwest and tangle with a grizzly bear, a polar bear or a brown bear They will get their thril, and it will cleanse their soul" Frank Scott, dire'ctorof the Fred Bear Museum and Bear'slongtime friend, doesn't feel Bear ever disapproved of Nugent's former wild man rocker routine 'Knowing Fred Bear" says Scott, "he had a heck of a sense of humor If he was in an audience and Ted Nugent came out mn a amin cloth, swinging from a rope, Fred's instant reaction would be that it was funnier than hell" Bear is immortalized in Nugent's song, which dubs him "the A merican hunter"* Scott believes his friend would be flattered'. "He would be modest about it," says Scott, 'but inside I think he woul be very proud." "Fred Bear" won't be relea sed nationalIly until Nugent's forthcoming album is completed, but local radio stations have a copy, and cassette singles can be fund at the Fred UrMuseumI yo d There's always the Northwest. f 0 r I d e a S A tale of some of Gainesville's specialty book stores Ion Asfour, owner of the Philosophy Slore, talks with a customer, Will Homia,. As four says, "The Philosophy Store is for people who aren't afraid to think." ennedy and Janelle Brown,a marK noed couple, were vacationing on a beach in Hawaii i 1977 when they met God On that day, they became born-again Christians, "making Christ the focal point of our lives and knowing him personally,' as Janelle describes the experience Now the Browns run Mission Possible, a Christian book store at 1202 NW 23rd Avenue. They run this specialty shop with a sense of performing a mission for Christ or, as Janelle says, of "working to establish His kingdom A similar sense of mission inspires the forces behind the Philosophy Store and Crystal Forest -two other Gainesville specialty book stores Before opening Mission Possible in June of 1986, the Browns ran a radio ministry on astation injacksonville.they began selling books mail-order through their radio show, and they got so many requests from people wanting to browse through their stock that they decided to open a store in their hometown of Gainesville "We'd have been foolish not to do it," Janelle says, considering the volume of Customer requests The Browns believe their unlikely success (statistic, show that 80 percent of Christian book stores fail within their first year) is due to their effort to "show the peace and love and joy of Christ to everyone who walks through the door." Janelle credits their success to five prin-ciple., 1) giving good service to customers; 2) selling products pleasing to God; 3) having fair prices, 4) being a "ready and willing servant to the body of Christ; and 5) being an encoraemntt al i to mers.g orgmn oacs Her staff often prays either for or With customers, and Janelle claims she often guides customers to just the book they need through h Spirit-guided inspiration. She s s sometimes customers call to tell her that "your employee has nio idea what he did for me,. but an encouraging word, prayer or boiok recommendation they got at her store was just what they needed. Janele tells a story about how she and her statt helped a customer who had lost his tor keys They prayed for guidance about whereto find them, and the customer had a sudden intuition about where they were It turned out to be correct Like the Browns, all of Mission Possible's employees are born again, which, according to Janelle, helps them all work together with less enmity and frustration than would be found in a non-Christian business The staff holds prayer meetings each morning to foster store unity. The morning she was interviewed, janelle said she and her husband had asked their employees for forgiveness for the way the stress of the store's recent move (from its origial Northwest 13th Street location) had made them short-tem pered. They were forgiven, and everyone hugged. Most people talk about forglveziess,Janelle says, 'but where's the reality in their heart' Oil in left field Knowing Christ, she says, gives t hem aill 'heart of forgiveness" hat helps them work together succesfully Though they try it> be guided by Christ in everything they do, Janelle says good business sense has helped them escape the fate of other Christian book stores rhey have done well enough to buy the bu ildimg for their new location, which their The new str dha separate sections for books and the m usic cassettes it also sells Gospel-ornented pop music plays in the store's pleasant, spacious interior farielle sums up the success she and her husband have enjoyed ''II you place Jesus first, he'll pave the way for you to be a sucson Asfour, owner of the Philosophy J Store at 3460 W University Aye, also Originally, Jon explains, he started the store because of an old joke he used to tell in college to people who asked him what he would do with his philosophy degree "Why, open a philosophy store," was his response And so he did But the real mission beind the store, Jon reveals, was 'subversion.Jon says he wan's to help suppress 'the stale ideas that have existed in intellectual areas over the last tOO years Modern philosophy has been steadily going downhill, in how it views itself and bow others view it It's become so narrow in scope that it's useless Jon's store sells what he calls 'serious"' books on philosophy, hard sciences, economics, political and social sciences, law, psychology and mythology In response to customers' requests, he also has expanded his original base of serious, intellectual nor-fiction to include books on the martial arts and eastern philosophy The store's atmosphere fits its intellectual content It's failed with books, but not cluttered Classical music plays over the sound system The front room has two small tables, two couches and asmall bar where coffee and juice are served There's plenty of room for comfortable conversation and contemplation, and that's the way Jarn wants it He says be wants to re-create the atmosphere of the coffee houses of hundreds of years ago, where people gathered todrink coffee and discuss books and ideas ielligently. "The Philosophy Store is for people who ae't afraid to think," Jon says But, he admits, the college-town atmosphere of Gainesville isn't the best place in the world to start such a store He doesn't think Gainesville has an especially intellectual atmosphere, but he's managed to prosper here through word-of-mouth advertising He tells a story of how a Korean woman once came in and told him that Korea has many shops like his philosophy store In the following weeks, a steady stream of Korean customers, who had heard about the store from the first woman, started coming in. The store's name both helps and hurts, Jon says. Some might find it snobbish, but others wil see his sign and come in just to see what a philosophy store sells "Two or three times a day, someone will come in here and say, 'I always wondered what went on in here And, he says, there are always the jokers who will conic in and ask for 'a pound of philosophy," Jon tells another story about a reporter who interviewed him shortly alter his store opened in July 1985 at its original 13th Kennedy Brown and his wife Iag at Mission Possible. janelle says yout lobe a sCes Street location She closed by asking "What's the philosophy behind Philosophy Str? "I said, 'The philosophy beh in Philosophy Storeissto make moneys books' odi Sommers, the former manay Crstal Forest at 1811 NE 23rd -a book and lewelrv store oni Making money doing things than selling books She has a master'sd in business administration, but she too as manager of the store inApril 1989beN she wanted to work for people she resp by 'promotingexpanded consciousness "E Crystal Forest sellsq books about spirit chan-fl neling, "cosmic consciousness," gemstone healingand aplethora of other subjects loosely grouped under the label 'new age''The selection ranges from pyramid power to muflitating with dolphins Jodi def on customer feedback for suggestil filling her stock In additon to books, the store sells| ry made of crystals and gems w hic purported to have certain healing p The company that owns Crystal Fores SMarilyn Roberts and Setuh l .,r by .'rwn no'se'.y and fotOgraphs by oscrc Effren gemsoehaig F 0U R FEBRUARY 8. 1990 h" $

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,4' Gene Hackman assures Dan Aykroyd, OCalm down We must have left CINEMASCOPE out in the car 0 Ransbas d on a four star scale the form of a romantic drama Dreyfuss and Hol Always * 1/2 based on the 1943 fluff A Guy film dances around me light weight directing Named Joe Though it offers solid of substance and r rum Stevr Spielberg, this time in performances from Richard right sentiment Iy Hunter, the any semblance vels in its outOaks 6 East starts fridAy The Abyss k Jame% Cameron would be hard pressed to top his last two films, Alens and Ihe Fermnator, but he doesn't fall terribly short with this sci-fi undersea adventure, which delivers almost painful suspense and two great performance from leads Ed Harris and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Reiz Norh Lawe -Sunday night only at 10 Andr.I Rublev (Not reviewed) Set against the reign of Tartar invaders in 15th century Russia, this classic film by Andrei Tarkovsky centers on the life of a painter Reitz -Sunday Back to the Future Part II * 112 Picking up precisely where part one left off, this sprawling sequel follows Marty McFly through 60 years of Hill Valley history Though it suffers slightly from time-travel overkill, the film boasts terrific special effects and a script so tightly plotted it more than stays a step ahead Center, Oaks 6 East The Big Picture (Not reavewed) Kevin Bacon stars in this morality tale about an eager young filmmaker seduced away from friendship by glamour and superficiality Hippodrome Friday through Sunday Born on the Fourth of July * * Director Oliver Store's return to Vietnam takes place mainly in North America, following 20 years in the life ofa young marine paralyzed by war injury Tom Cruise plays the wounded vet Ron Kovic with unprecedented intensity Oaks 4 West Dead Poets' Society * Stunning photography, polished performances and a refreshing departure for Robin Williams make this film so slick we can almost forgive its sentimental overkill and relentless predictability. Reitz North Lawn Sunday night only at 8 Driving Agre Daisy * See review on page two Oaks 4 West Enemies, A Love Story * 1/2 Paul Mazurzky directed this acute, funny look at a Holocaust survivor and his tangled relationships with a humble peasant wife, a dead wife who isn't so dead and a live mistress who doesn't want to be Plaza -starts Friday Everybody WIn (Not reviewed) For the first time since Cannery Row, Debra Winger and Nick Nolte pair up for a story of smallALL SERVICES FREE -EARLY rubl -CONFIDENTIAL PREGNANCY COUNSELING TEST .MANY OTHER .REFERRALS SERVICES 377-4947 1441 NW 6TH STREET -BLDG A The Sandwich Special you ea with a spoon. A -) REAL PIT BAR-BOSorirg
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Out ON TH TOW Entrtinen Guide7, Restaurant& Bob Evans Serving a complete breakfast, lunch & dinner menu Weekdaybreakfastspecials just 2 You wont have to go home to get home cooking' Located off Archer Rd near -75, behind the Motel 6 Open 6 am to 10 pm Sun -Th, and 6 am to Il 30 pm Far &Sat Charlie's Fine Dining & Spirits I intt "teaks Fresh eaford Live IntertaLnment rues-Sat NOCOV I Hometown Restaurant i emplet-r'kl rstromd reTe Iu i u IIIt d tletri n a In ,2 esit mIn I I ut msIn ( Iin ita i m.In Ifs m I h ilcd r h trmon rtrau h Iv m orr, I II f r k I b T e I II f Ikkr I th. I I I L ''1. J, nI "I 14 "1I 'it II1 1'i' Jh tii, i o t h roV f, I, I I n m 1 1I 12 1 s N uIa I .%l, kh ppmg ( I ,r I. 1 21 I Ivey's Ard the ,rdoarr For a refrehigiv dillerent dinmng experience in a o/v tinmat ottingtry breakfast, lunch r dinner it I v y Grill Exton ix It break fast menu, homemade soups, large fresh salids sandwiches and burgers or lunch ad dinner Fresh seafood, chicken and pasta dishes also at dinner Or come in for a deadent dessert with espre I or rappucl Beer and wine ist Open 7 days a week MC, VISA, AMFX 1101W Univ Ave 371 419 Joe's Deli Iome of the two-for, lunch specials M-F Campus, 4th St 13th 377 i637 & 373-5117 G (atortanliDarly at all locations St Free Delivery' Snuffy's Restaurant and Lounge 1017 W University Ave 376-8899 Caribbean pub atmosphere with gourmet burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, baby back nbs, seafood, salads, sandwiches, and New England clam chowder Relax and enjoy your favorite cocktail in our casually elegant lounge Open (M-Thurs) 1130 am-Midnight (Fri&Sat), I30am-2am (Sun),6pm11 pm -lappy Hour 3-7 pm MC, Visa &Am X Woody's Nationally Famous Sandwiches 458W Umv Ave -11/2 m from cam Pu Fearty deli style sandwiches, souPs & salads featuring top quality Boors Head coldcuts on specially baked fresh bread served in a relaxed casual atmosphere, conducive to meetIg friends, entertaining parents & family or conducting light business transactions Imp & domestic beer. wine MC & VISA accepted Open MSat 11-9 F H-10 & closed Sun The Mill Bakery, Eatery & Brewery Full Bar, fresh brewed beer Celebra tion hour 11 7 daily Expanded Patio vith live entertainment Thurs & Sat mnghts Oak. Mall Plafa Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q For tasty beef, pork, chicken and ribs, come toSonnevs for Bar B-QAt Its Best' 1 930 (Sun-Tho) & Il-I (Fri-SatI Al ashua & 3 Camsvile lain, Caribbean Spice 1121 W Univ Ave 377-2712 M-F 21) 8 Take-out restaurant specializing in lamactan beef parties Vegetarian items available Daily Lunch Special 1 99 Fresh juices also available Great Wall Wok & Grill Enjoy Chinese cuisine overlooking beautiful Rivers Arm Preserve Featring Daily Lunch Buffet for 53 95 (M-F), Mongolian Barbeque Nightly $6 95 (All you can eat). -Fresh Fish Daily Oren Mon-Fin I1130 to 9 30 pwi Sat-Sm I!, 9 30 pan Visa, MC, Am X accepted 3500 SW 13th Street (n t to the Hilton Hotel on the Southside) 37-3970 For Information Regarding Out On The Town, Contact Lynn Spinello 376-4482 E I G H T FEBRUARY 8. 1990 Skipper's Ice Cream Cafe' Try our 7 calones peroz diet ice creamNonfat' Over 20 original Colombo yogurts Over350dufferent icecreams an nually Oaks Mall Plan 331-7547 20% off with this AD Toby's Corner A Camesvilie tradition continues A warm Country Inn setting featuring unique seafood veal, steakq.,tfowl and pasta speia liti-s Tableside flambe des'rt-, & cofees 'innr from 3 mnghtly Lunch from 11 30 am week days Reservations recommended 101 SE 2nd Place '75 7620 MC/VISA ac,epted The Club Cafe Gainesville s healthy alternative (enr ercus portions pr red wil an on presto, on low &holestvrol & low sell & high fiber All foods are oil re Choose from a variety of muffms, bagels, soups, salads, pasta, potatoes, sandwiches, fresh fruit', yogurt, gra nola & rmcohies Try our new grlled chicken or vegeburger sandwiches Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner Mon-Sup inside the C ville Health & Fitness Center Westgate Regency 377 4W5; Leonardo's 706 Experience the Renaissance, progresve pastasand fresh fish in an alterna five atmosphere Offering Thai Chicken, Cajun Shrimp Corgonnola Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto & California and Chicago Style Pizzas Davinci's delight Afterwards enjoy homemade desserts, espresso, cappuccinoa & a terrific wine list Mark Newman chef 5T 5-10 pm & Fri & Sat 5-11 pm 706 W Uiv Ave 378-2001 Manaro's Since 1955 "Socm things neverchange fortunately, your good taste and our consistently delicious Italian food Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5pm Canesilles most popular Italian Retaurant for over 30 years e Casual attire welcome Fresh dishes daily including chicken, veal, steak shrimp & homemade desserts at affordable prices. Cocktals, fine wine. and beer available Only 2 1/2 miles from campus (east on Univ Ave) 2120 Hawthorne Rd (SR 20) Directions/Reservations call 32 4690 Ashley's Mexican and American Restaurant Butler Plaza 375-4064 Jumbo Margartas are our Specialty' Open 7 days a week Monday thru Saturday 1I am1 15 am and Sunday from I pm-10 15 pm Happy Hour daily 11 am-6 pm DAILY SPECIALS Monday Long Is ied Tea Junbos54 95, Tuesday Sex on the Beach Jumbos 4 95, Wednesday Jumbo Margarintas 4 25, Thursday all Import Beers 99e, Fajita Cornbo Dinner for 2 only $795 on Monday and Tue. day We accept VISA and MasterCard El Toro Mexican Restaurant 17235W 13th St (;reat Mexican Food 7 I )av No Brag-ust Fact La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant ( vilte' newest authentic MVIan reI raurant Our family restaurant, face been serving the Southeat fhr Is Wr1 Serving dmbc luinih .pials 1 lam 2 r3pm & deiion drnetr oIree Is weekdays & ; 0 weekend' Co~mecn & I give us a try' 7038 NW 0th N dbe en Service Merchandise & Mr I hn 0 112 01878 Market Street Pub Fine handcrafted meats & sausages, imported beer in a jovial English Pub atmosphere Located dowriiowr 120 SW tst Ave 377 2927 Murphy's Pub Daily Specials Deli Sandwiches & Ice sold beer' Billiards, Darts and Video games Happy Hour 4-7 Daily Mon Thur I lam-I2pm Fri -Sat Ham-lam Sun lpn-lOpm 5112 NW 34th St across from the YMCA pool 372 4751 Red Lion Tavern & Grill Lousy food, warm beer & grouchy bartenders EVERYDAY' Wis Brat -Cill open 12-12 Come by for a great himel 2413SW 13th St 378-6320 Capt'n Louie's Galley Try our Creat Crilled Chicken & Crouper Sandwiches Daily Specials Right Across fromir Krispy Kree LaFitte's Seafood and Raw Bar 11 SE 1st Ave 372-9928 For 10yearsoifering the best seafood in Gainesville Blackened, Broiled, and Grilled Seafood Pastas, Bar-B-Que Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oysters, Stone Crab, Steak, Chicken and Quail Nightly fresh specials Every Sunday, Monday& Tuesday night AlI'heCarlie, Mustard, Maryland Style Crabs You Can Eat' Lunch M-F 11-3 Dinner 5-12, M-Sun Now taking reservations Take her to LaFte's before someone else does for Valentines %ay' Purple Porpoise Oyster Pub 1728W Univ Ave Happy four 4-7pin M-F Oyster lappy hour 2 4pm daily and 7 close Monday Night Drink specials every night Lunch specials Ilam2pm Thursday 8-10 Court Light 2Sc and $2 0 pitchers Cake Classics Spenaltieng in South American dishes such as Arepas Empanadas, & S A Tno.h pastries, desserts & cakesi We also offer delicious vegetarian choices (.all us today for any special type of rakcar dessert Allaremadefresh from scratch not frozen Look for our Daily Lunch Specials' We are open M-F 9 30 to 6 00, Sat 1-3 923 W University Ave 336-1910 La Concha the flavor of Key West nght here im Gamesvlle Spanish and Latin Amencan Cuisie MF I lam30pm, 42 W Newberry Rd PlazaWest78-4002 Great Steaks Beef & Spirits For the best steaks and prime rib in Gainesville You cook over a hickory charcoal gill or our chef Mi prepare your dinner Chicken & Seafood tootl Open daily 5-10 2 for I wel drinks & dollar drafts from 5-7 p m. 6-pound challenge 2330 SW 13th St 37-4301 Tim's Thai Restaurant Brings you the "Best Bland of the OIant'"Open Mon-Sa, Closed Sin Visa, MC, AMX, 50' N W 23rd Ave 3725424

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Lrsh Checi MC a VISA I e Ai gd Ol,,o I1 hW Un vers y Ave M f Br om Mi Booksto'e HQACustomer Se'rC Des M F a ar 4 30 Dm Re '', Uio Cash e' O'ce M F 8am, 9pon San on 9r Smn ron 5 otr Med Ca' Books:o' Sh-tds M F B I", 3om1 By Mall rse'o''s "ope rarwe KA O so IF cas 1, me aM VIA or ecks Oli By Phone 373-FIND Iynr my VIsA 0 MaYerli1 i' ONl Y edo i' '' M a 130 1 a, 'i How to correct or cancel your ad: Cancellations Ca' 3'3 F IND MoF 8 ir, No refunds can be given Alligator erroibl I yolr 'in -e F IllS '1 iy (a 3'I 1 IND w Iry Jw' 0' a 0'D TIiF Al I I';AI)00 IS 9N1 RE SLLNI3 F [1N I FI F iSt DAY Trip Al) iUNS 1N4OFFOL r rec W Ids I De QF er-' 0' 0 dy No reIrOSa 0' i red ar e rveAr r placing tho I C narges Cal Pa r uE noe d day w 0 DC Coco fl raled Customer error or changesCorrec enS LI -' d pesor a T', A gaio osie Ii FOR NOON There will b a $200 correction te FOR RENT: UNF-RN. -heck Our New Specials' All Arernilles Available FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommales Available We re No I REGENCY OAKS 3785766 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373 4500 2001 SW path Street 4 30 58 2 **** 2 BLOCK FROM UF**** mcC 2bd Joibn lrg hIg highly secure $395/mo & $200 sec Sublet 373 3688 2 8 5 2 Urgent remodeled condo across Law School $250 rent 374 9009 2 9 5 2 Oak Forest large, clean, beautlul 2bdrm/2baapt Pit vale and unit llankod by woods Walk to UF Pool. Tennis volley ball, extra. Pats ok $485/mo 336 9284 2 6-3-2 One Block from campus Very Large room n1ce house, cble in roomSW area, $195/mo unlities included Greg 376 3291 2-13-5-2 Pool irampotine, peace end quiet 2 ma lute nil rentarS needed to? priv SUItSm In Arco Ig home $150 $200/mo slifre JLlE 371 2558 2-0 3 2 1BDR. WALK IN CLOSET, Village Wee'. 600 NW II A take St N trom o Ave Otfice 411 NW 15 S 371 7777 213 5-2 IBDR at, tans, cent l/sir, carpet. mini. vertical blinds, on bus, near UF, $275, includang water 373-0707 216-7-2 FOR RENT: FURN. INCREDIBLE EtIleiency Apt Slartfina'l 1S Starting at $235 I 2 Bedroom CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE ITO W39th Ave 378 398 375-3881 3 0r 4hRE 2BA house By UF 20' NW 1 0:h St Whod Iloor Cent HI A' CELL par Oft, u 411 NW 'InD S! 371 0 76) 235? WINDMEADOWS APTS 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Pool Tennis, Laundry 2712 SW 34th S * 373-3558 WILLIAMSBURG APTS AVAIlABLE NOW4'' ,2TH & 3 Bdrms Pool, Laund,y I Btock to 01F;Shands 2000SW16thS *** 376-4253 MOUNT VERNON APTS I & 2 Bedrooms Pool Laundry Close to UF'Shands 2370 SW Archer Rd I a 372 5389 -I 'r $299 MOVE-IN SPECIAL SpacI'ns I and 2 Betiroom FoIEL T'r S Si' Gyr, and mat, STIONERIDGE APT 3800 SW 34th St 375 1121 Offer valid to qualitied anppllcalion only 110 Cup2 Al LaA GARDEN APTS Lovely I tri c CAh d'I an'IFsnar Slans VA Slop D"O 3009 SW A'cher d '''SS 1,'5 2 ARE YOU HAVING RENTAL PROBLEMS? Call Or Leasing Oice for Super Specials, 2 BEDROOM '2 BATH 3 BEDROOM '3 BATH WASHER'DRYER INCL OXFORD MANOR 377-2776 Wilk o UF ''Studios $210 to $225 lir9 NW 2 Ave (by 0 Domel & '? NW 8 AV Now or -all Olic, 4, NW I q Sr 3I 0769 2 13 5 2 1 2 mile ''on campus quiet neighbor hood lots of Trees 2I R A C 0 W washer doer look up Ca.1 373 01 2 g 9 2 2 WKS FREE" Center Court Apis I' blocks N of UF RD $299 2aD $349 very nice 1210 NW 11 Ave 371 7777 Mgt 411 NW 5 BS 2 13 5 2 AllracivOe large apt Pickwick Park 2 bedrms 2 1/2 baths Near UF, Shands Butler Plaza $495 377 5355 332 8001 2 16 72 *****Fob is tree ***112 block from campus I or 2 rmn sublet thre Jur rent nog leave mos 373-3809 2 14 5 2 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE Rent or Rent to own 2bdr/l 12 be Good shape central air new paint frost Ire. frig lanced. ps welcome Call371-9145 2 9 10-3 BE Fleetwood 2bdrz2bt, washeredryor screened patio, pol, and Tennis. Whitney Peek, 441 North No down payment Take over mortgage 37*-8350 2-6 3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/Afl. Very nice 2bdj2ba apt, Camel*t Uflsn Fireplmeo, brbefue, pool viW $550mo 373-46" anytime 2-15-10-4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT WALK TO uFI Furn 'a-ge room las + tl1 Rel ig I1 1 16 1 1 I,dadian seeks m to share Caro row, apt $1 Imo own bdr bi br'ng own renitr Dirk 378 i138 for more into if, )om 2 12 5 Own bdr n 2bdr house Furnished cea" w I yard 2m, To U F $150 mO & I I LT Call 375 7071 or 462 6301 aiter 6pm I ''55 HIomraie needed Wiihamsburg lurn $'60 own fdr be Cal SusaI' 3'3 2633 Case message 2 12 5 5 e l I AKFWOOD 20r 2 off M f luly 'sr ineed upbeat go rg pilceS PersoKf I or ---ro Da'I ava I ttd'Iy Don I are 'D [3 }OO 3 3CS787 2 13 5 5 PI S a F Door SubleT ?bdr apt until Apr 90 $300 a Tl' Now available Homestead Apt SlY 341h Sr Cal after 6pm 335 5493 1 d 4 Sub'aase ALL '0 Ir0a r.ew aroe I. Tral neala ws dry look us $235 r I rt ns lasT & $100 SC 39b O0bt J'f 332 5459 2 16 / 4 WInd Meadows 3bde 3a ow l roombalo' are) $175 mo foI sar-r'el months neao'ablE Cal Callie 336 E 2 1454 5 ROOMMATES CASABLANCA N'S own room and b 'bdr condo ful i washidry $00 -o & 13u11 335 3889 2 9 8 5 Snae nug 2bd' The close I uC ,'L 1 iOle imredialely 335 6984 2 13 10 9 I amt for 4d, 2da turn condo By Oa. MI, Wash'dry & Secur ty Sys 1 t'00" e Sol t i1leet 335 4298 ? "4 10 3 2 NW HOUSE 'na large yard scree porch, cane washer micro 4m' OF SFCC No pets unturn rm $150 & 1 A 378 6499 2 9 6 5 BRANDYWINE FURNISHED Stdr'lba jacoz sauna w room huge pool, /2 mI to UF $230/mofor own roorn, & 1'2 cable A ulil 3/2 2857 Dernis D 28 20 5 BRANDYWINE Fem own mm wi wir bd fully turn 2bdr'l ba api Many itras $210/mo A 113 uI Near OF 373 0024 2 12 4-5 Nonemk mdi needed TO share Tbdr Tbrhi ap $1l10/mo & ItS utilliii9, walking ds Tance to campus Carl 376 1283 to te Hailps 2-805 5 ROOMMATE WANTED to share TrDba condo in Sparrow on Tower Rd MusI be a student $175/Mo & 113 Ld Drew 332 0436 2-S-5 5 F rmnl. nes to share 2bdr/i1a apt $175/mo 9 111 all. walking distance to campus, call 377 4244 2 6-5-5 Room For rent in a bd 2bath house Ouel Cory firplaceIl Pes any size) OK $175mo A oi Sian lease not required Call 375 7978 2 55 OWN ROOM, F. In the Pines 20d/ 1 1/2ba Walk in closet 6232/mo & 112 uil Tracy 373-91865/leave message 2585 Responsible. mature, non mark mIT (pet( vegalarian) Br own rm i 4 bdrm NW hUSe $140 (1. last, d0p) 114 uII 373-4281 2-8-4 5 immi close 9445 waned M for Bicycle Club Acts to UF 145 plus 1/2 il call 335 2-9-5 6 M 0f clean ionsmrgk eg sIlil needed for own rm in 4IOd3bD house Move in low or Fa Feb 15 $140 per ro $17 50 sc 336 3925 2 9 3 5 Oaerook Wa k nee dan 'r rhire IIn 2br hat condo Vwsh d y 1 1 cp O $re mo oshiet rm& I I 1 2 Ja4p 2 3 5 S Own br 1 2 ba in Ga'or own $1 '0 m 2 uh' smokers pols Ok $,00 sec dep 3/61672 2 9 2 5 ROCKWOOD VII AS m ins share 'url 3b lba condo w' mba$24E M o 1 3 ulm 3 3 '4 or 3360144 2 11 5 6 FOR SALE BRAND NAME COMPUTERS As low as $25/mo no $ dow 1 i RE F Catalogue over 50 000 customers 1 800 825 7283 1 19 30 6 Alpine Kenwood Sony and 30 brands are al t our New loca D -a See Spoc al as 32' NW 3 S' 3 cod 430 75 6 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is he old est. best and lowest priced car Srtee *Iore In Town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St 43 Onis6 Rockford, Foegate, Yamsha. Infitlly. ICkeI. Code Alarm Car Sterlo ins iarS In town ran to Go 375-1834 4 30 75 Pioneer, The BesI Car Ste a RUGS AND CARPFS AFordable cmr 'ants for your dorm or apar men We de liver' Paysa Rugs 535 SW 4lh Ask 377 5265 6 Clocks E of campus 2 '3 136 COMPUTER Packard Bell 286 I2nh2 40mb hard drive 5 25 T 2 floopy 3 51 44 floppy ?mb ram vga hr res color monitor lyr war 4 Tmths on site $1849 call 335 1300 2 20 14 5 Car Alarms. Autopage. Chapman Hone end Cs, Ste,. Pion., Sneul. Sli.rwood, and more, We Beet All Prices' 373-37l4 4 30 69Schwenn Prelude 21 in racing bike wI Par amount computer. xtras Asking $300 Cell Ams at 335 5334 Leave Message 28 5-6 45 ga marine AQUARIUM Wet dry Fler S nie pieces coral. actinic lights, many Fish, many extras $350 376-6869 Alan 2 9 6-6 2 Pinball machine *t ,50 each Call Jay at 372-2900 M-F 9 S 2 18-10-S Classflads. Continued on next page E3 a l

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FOR SALE Bose 301 Speers for sale $150 Cbo 314 8301 Asa for Paul u Iv mossige '8 3 6 Alpha Byte Computers 286 1mb ram 30omb hard Iloppy mono dos warranty $1270 samnlar 386s Steps I$960 495 3659 2 19 10 6 IVC pull Out stereo w/ speaker excellent Condition $100 obo Call 3 72 7194 'v Mnll %age 2 13 5 6 inane, zusloM hrdwood finish nnard ,rae gmar ond'ton $190 ybo Call 39S /64, a 6 urlboard O'' b ''iS iqft greal cond must serl $00 obo 35mm Wr Aoe and ash surfboard racks 125 ph 371 2 1? 1 b M11 rs Tu I Z, w boxsr'ing Metal .my. Exi 'In 1 condition $60 call Judy U' ri/40 'nVe Mrs'ae 2 12 36 4 o ed $300 'P, gool bach bike SO I Spied wor i t kb $50 Row n e F W Csute $I00 All in I I 542O idayl 3/5 C -DO) H. 1 5 b U IJB FUJI 'ac b'ke nlo ar compOreniS it eye like nw ow m. s $300 Cba ask Pryin 316 b15 .ie message' 2 31' '1"e9, 500 I 'i' i lcOk 2 dlves color r r T id I lC Icti L CA so software sO ab 1' t 1 1 1 5 6 A PFn Pinru, $395 4 'r q 1 11 $A'C org c l me o 1 F TO I e i I I JJ0 173 -169 1'll o r 1 t' MICO cENr-il Corrp ters 316 -46 i'I cr oc rorPAId Northga a H P Ple same or owelr -hi rner Systems below irciude 1mb 40mb 2R'tS) graphics r'tr 0,O' MC 286/? $1195 Packard Bell $1295 MC 36sx $1495 Nor'hgote 386,20 $2399 PB 286 apr0p w' hd & bakery $I9 CompAdd S10w' 20mb & graph ; mon toe9/0 1 & 3 year warrm .Ms isi.ewarrnies P.mnson c110 printer $185 HP s ir Jet ip $1049 4110 SW It', ES 106Vr Univ Ave, 4 30655b Nice clean modern furnilu'e all at Csol du>e Pr Cos The Plunder House 5' 1 SW dth Avenue M C Amex V' ?, 1 1 10 6 Kamer locus 2000 wilh case and Peavy 10 Wart Amp Must sell $250 OBO Call Jeremy 377 5905 2 8 5 6 CAR AL ARMS rns ii Cd remote control any car truc, or an 1, V guaranteed wil' demo Call 336 9193 student iV messing 7 REAL ESTATE PRIME UF LOCATIONi 15 room hous. CH AC Good condition' Rented In. vostminnttrsltrnliy'other $130,000 '7b 6652 owner 37-42 7 tOWNHOUSE 41H 2 1 2 CA ear in 4 cher, pool trinis washer dryer For Hur o1 U corn NW airea Lay financing 3/1' 401 t 1 21 / M Hun townnoms ?bdr 2 1 2 pa waso dry part a f y 'nrishd asking $44 500 Assume mo'[gage Call 372 4293 2 12 5 7 BY OWNER iu'ous 3b'3Jta in ROCK WOOD VILLAS End Hlt, fully furnished & upgraded ieror Assumable marto gage For mlo call 335 9124 2 4 5 7 8 MOTORCYCLES *C Ian I Honda CM2S0 C ustiom ?983 4k Mi eating, cover helmet like new cord Easy parking on campus $650 oto 375 71;9 2 8 5 8 1987 Yamaha Radian 600cc only 1600 miles, comes with 2 helmets and saddle bags, excel cond Call 375-8928 or 3772014 $2400 2-6-58 HONDA REBEL 250 $650 obo Call Jon 371-4409 2 8 5 8 84 Kawasaki 550 GPZ runs like new less than 10K hI garage kept, looks great $1200 obo call Doug 395 9485 2 9 S195 Yamaha XJ700 Maxim, 14K miles, now iNT*, bat. ignition Very reliable. well musined. Many X free $1500 330 0704 2 12-5-8 MOTORCYCLES AWESOME ENDURO 1985 Suluki SP250 Great to tra'ls/schoa. L ac cord and rrechan perfect $9S0/obo 3)4 8621 2 9 5 8 89 Golden Ru1le! Moped two speed auto o'1 Ino c'ed Nick itarr Turn signals gold mag wheels extended gas tank low mlea Ar'ac C ear $59900336 8?54 2 9 5 8 KAWASAKI NINJA 250 exceilerl Cortns ron $1500 Color black and red Year 1986 Price includes 2 helmets & Cover Call Tommy at 3I 380 2 12 3 8 9 AUTOS AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Or ange & Blue Insurance Drive thou in But icr Plaza We care Call us rSt 377 CARS 2 23 10 9 1985 Honda Prelude, mint, air, am/In, caseitesunroof tilT wheel red w/ gray tik velour in! $6800 Sandy days 395 0604 whends/eves 1-595-4241 2-9 8 9 Colt 85, 5 door, a/c, dependable good condition musI sell $2500 000 376 0512 eveniGs 2 9 6 9 1969 Bronco 11 6300 milea, sport rims, many extras $13500 Call 37 2979 after 5 00 pm 2-859 1973 FORD Maverick Good Shape, one owner, Super Relieable This is mil a junkerl Only Those looking to maintain or restore need apply S650ob 37 t989 2 8 4 9 O5 I ord White New Tires A utaltic E celert Cond.tion $3 995 Call 1 496 2446 2 16 10 9 8 Hyundai Excel excellenI cond ac am In cass low Miles take over payments or $4700 335 4164 2 9 5 9 7; 280, low mulfs eime, row clutch brakes in).ction system, $1850 Days 375-1030 NighI 332 7861 Ask lor Troy SA 4-9 AUTOS 1977 Ford Pinto 6 cyl Runs strong amum radio excellent Trans auto power Steer 'ng, brake asking $450 call Mark it 395 7285 295 16 1987 Ford tempo LX Cruise, Tilt Air AM-FM. Cassette, PS PB, Like New, 5 Speed Power Locks $5000 Call Rich at 3356143Lv Message 2 ?259 Big Red 77 Cutlass Stalion Wagon very good shape, great for rat or people w/ many friends $775 Call Paul 371 3684 2 14 6 9 HONDA CRX white 1966 5 speed air, rapedeck. new tire, cicellent condition $5250 37 2587 or 46-E204 29 9 Honda Civic 83 reliable, maintained One owner 11K miles 40mpg Speed am/fn/c2as a speakers and more' $3500 obo 332 3556 mag ? t4 5 9 1980 gray Pontiac Phoenix door Im/tm stereo $900 neg 332 3511 leave mes sage 2 12 4 9 87 CRX 32k miles, excellent condition, extended warranty auto, A/C AM FM/caas $7600080 377 1301 2 13 4 1983 Mercury Zephyr low nl 4 door au tomatic. oc. ps, pb, rear wheel drive 6 cylinder economy 335-5296 Ive is 2 '4 59 10 WANTED Local Arst needs GOLD Gems Class& Rings ETC Top 5 or trade Ozzie a Fine Jewelry 373 9243 4 30 75 10 COMIC BOOKS WANTED 1960 Present nobody pays more lor High Grade Silver Age in anesville CALL 372 7990 2 13-10 10 Need a Pair of Recard seals for a Mud tang I have a replacement se of replica Recaros I wi pay good moneyI and I will replace he seats myself Call 335 454 8& askorVince 295 10 The Advertising Aguncy Partnership DUAD OR ALIVE? Don Johnston is a wanted man. And why nt' As President and ( Ed at I Walter Thompson he carved his nihe in the historic Or adwrtising While at JWT-the world's oldest ad agenl-Johnston worked on accounts from more than 40 countries After retinng fiur [WT in p9 he becaea partner in the advertising and marketing consulting hrm Maitthews and [ohnston, Ltd C['me her one of the most wanted men in advertising talk about the relationship between advertising agencies and their cents 7:30 p.m., Thursday, February 8 (nnett Auditorum, Weimer Hall 1064 i ir sbl i h .tal rd A e it, LF lei mentrnk ''I Aionwi and the A l' eip Ir Founda.iin rr WANTED car for 2 months in a reasonable price please call 378 5741 after 8pm 2 12 3 10 Energetic articulale student tor chidcar 2 4 days per wk 2 30 Trla evenings NON SMOKER own car w/ rear seatbelis Must be available for summer $3 75/hr 377 0900 2 9 2 10 SKID POW TIXi We need 2 fn( @,lher Jax or Daytona show CALL ANY TIME at 395 69101 Leave a Messagel $$$ 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at I 75 A NW 391h Ave near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 10 x 20 from $20 10% disc to students 332 8917 4 30 75-11 BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233 NW I0th Ave 372-1664 MCNISA/Instrance Free Pregnancy Test Menbe' National Abortion Federation 4 30 75 11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE' Get confidential tasting and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881 40 30 75 11 AAA STORAGE Close o UF Convenient 4x4i4 $15/mo 4x8x8 $25/mo 533 SW 2nd Ave 377 1771 4 30 75 11 DAIL)I ACROSS 1 Locust bOon 6 Hunk o$ cheese 10 Door part 14 In Los Angeles, The Forum 15 Whoople 16 Range between Europe and Asia 17 Casts 1B Box elder gerns 19 Brume 20 MIdwest nk 21 Gem. fish 24 Pacific state 26 Shadow 27 Tangle 3 Playground Oquipment 34 Addled 37 Retail store -sign 38 HoosIer humorist Gergey 39 City transportation 43 Coorful carp 44 Page 46 GDoan 48 Beverage S' Diston 52 Budget item 54 Rate 58 Hunting dog 63 Ewe gamboled here 64 Not Enro 65 1981 Warren Beatty film 66 Day to save for 68 Freight 89 Novelist Kingsley 70 EdIct 71 Mcn* author 72 Equal 73 Cert.in amplflf DOWN I gag 2 B we 3 Uat 4 Ysbsngton bil 5 Nursey ll SERVICES ** GATOR MOVING ** Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing I item/Hs, Full Days/Eves Long dis Lc/Ins Harry/Bill 374-4191 4-30 7511 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lea sons boarding woodser facilities hay rides parties sales working students accepted 488-3224, 375 8080 4 30 i5 II *SUNBELT MOVING* Proleslonal Moving/Packing I Suppiles 1 Iten House full Local/tng dist Lic/Ins Priced for St 'onal Morri 375-MOVE 4 *FREE* Pregnancy Tesi Gainesville Women.a HEALTH CENTER 720 NW 23rd Avenue 3l775055 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Services Need turn clothing, household goods Greal bargains w/ layaway plan avail Weeks Flea Market, State Road 26, 3i west of Newberry to Co rd 2085 Open Sat & Sun 472-2061 2-9-20-11 MOVING? Resourceful student w/ full sie truck will beal any price in town 338-9451 38 30 11 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Accepting new pta rrerg Adult cleaning $30, child $20 l4vtcld le $325, S3wand too $250 2)wid lee $200 Nitrous Oxide Accept MC ,V,AE 2 28-19-11 CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trade Michel Jaffe 6 Capella, for one 7 Places B Skillful 9 The north wind personfid 10 Muddles 11 Song for Cable 12 Part of E -MC2 13 Short orders for the Cook 22 Coronet a relative 23 "The -i s cast Caesar 25 Query 28 Oedipus 29 Ruling 31 H H Munro 32 -vera 33 Small dam 34 Powder ingredient 35 Impression 36 Approach 40 Crow's comment 41 Pertaining to birds Ir Toy 9r 42 Larot instrument 45 Larson cartoon, with "The 47 USMC grads 49 DueS 50 Snare 53 Compositon 55 Wrmngell-Saint -National Park 56 Sometimes it's common 57 After nay or yes 58 lndonsian island 59 Oft-quoted auth 7 60 Prenuptial party 61 Dog in GaryleId 5 life 62 Neighbor to Fin 67 InItials on a rap sheet ANEFER IIIT REI klU#41UZLE: Fn "11 T11 r~r ni "o 0"Onn"onnni LE I I ]MISS

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fTHURSIDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 99, AIIJGATOR. I. SERVICES AWN CARE dependable hard work stu .,r seeks commercial work Mow. TOm ITg eC one Ine or long term Kevin eve '1 6417 2 8 4 11 HORSE BOARD equestriann center) rAn Openingil Full service Show barn rwerything you wan for training and horse ie iStalt turn out, grain hay bran rash) $200/mO Jan 376 7782 2 13 5 1 PRO OJ SERVICEIII Iotp of emp pro equip plenty 0 blues Lor the Most fun, call CJ at 375-8483 2 20 10 11 TYPING 12 SERVICES Word ProcessIngf Cati 373-4211 eves, 372 -7061 days For immediate interface, call the Acl (ask for Rick) 2 8 4 12 I~t$ OW SALAY ,J~~ NIGE TYPING SERVICES YOU WRITE. WE TYPE uaCI nss Legal Persona, Peopoil Tern Papers TypIst Resume E: f G vile Ilandicappod Typing 4 30 75 12 *Jyping reports bus ness Iegal* resumes Casseites Transcribed sppir CatIons Letters nolary *tc Available 24 hours7i daysi372 2777 4 30 75 t2 Typing $1 00 pg min $5 00 Reports Theses whatever Grad School P T List WCS 917 NW 131h 373 9822 4 30 75 12 MICRO CENTER/ Typing 330 4936 Full & $elf service* computing Typing slarts I 1 SOg Resumes So Sef Service resumes $2 lo/hr 15/page Laser typeset graphics spell check theses papers special characters employ Mont databases mailmerge training WordPsrfeCl specraliat VsaMC 4 3055 12 05 2 THE 1IsL(LE GoDOFisH JST fs Pil ALC ~~2 _Et__A 4 -Sc oDEz A LACTIR E'r2A_ W TH VOCRAE CMEA i ETR eesgr 'lO0lDON T N VW04 7 WEi. (out.D biG rCM E O?' -f I "f The Incomparable Arthur1. Ceaser / ISKIi A LOT OF Sunise V -J TYPING SERVICES ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perert 5 0 adillprool/spell ail work guaranteed EnRsh B A nipp 376 3649 2 t3 20 12 Typing Laser Typesetting -asumes reports* 1Winr es eTc 378 5465 3500 W Univ Ave Alachua Word Processirg 2 1220 2 Put Ic In Wriling Fast Accurate Reliable Service MasTers in English Will correct Spoiling & edit 24 hrs373 1937 2 9 6 12 Greal Typingl English malrel court por 1 19 yrs exper legal/medical Excel sptigg/porOfi From $1 25 Call Jill 377 9908 2 28 24 12 SCRIBE SERVICE S Compuler/Laser Typing Graphics Editing A publication Design 818 W Univ Ave 377 8170 22220 12 Typing/Word Processing Qualil ydependable service Reasonable rates Laser printer 377 8175 til9 W0pm 3-10 35-12 yBretty BON Q)kANI LL -WAVE SNAILS All Do ou &iYS ST IN L3LSINESS/ by Anthony Lederman Thomas Burns TYPING SERVICES GA rOR TYPING Fast Accurate Low Ral sOuaety laser pnTine DIA rcurs avail Days eves wknds 373 4S64 1 28 1 12 Typing/Wordprncessirg WordPertect 5 1 quality work fast results low rates dependable personal service Tara 332 1469 4 30 54 12 Typing and Wordprocessn i Legal the sos disserlations aIc Professional qus ity & reliable service Ca't Nancy 372 2750 2 23 13 12 TLC for your papers proj ach, theses etc Pro wp Mac 2. laser Graphics p chit, reasonable nts wknds 373 9619 2 20 10 12 TYPING Near Butler Plaza Fast S., sicp $1 25 double space Call 373 8387 2-27 15-12 Word procthSIs-dies Specialist Grad sch exp*EquatronsoIables Laser*Graphic.OSpllPuidel Call Word Express a1 373-0395 2 28 15 12 Pickup/Del Typing and *ordproc near campus Dependable. qually service Reasonable rates 24hrday Call Carol 373 4404 2 16 11 12 13HELPWANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for ITS. Independent Florida Alligator Must own reliable van or pick-up truck and be avail able from Sam until earn Monday through Friday Mus have exclient driving record and valid Florida driver license Pay per route plus mileage Apply at [he Ali aftor offices, 1105 West University Ave nut Ask for the route driver application No calls. please Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer AVON 375-*N7d Sell Avon Full or Par-tume We Train Benefits Insurance 4-30 75 13 EARN $35 This week for nne donos for 2 plasma donations on our now automated ma chines Special bonus programs each month Free rafreshmns, free parking Experienced staff serving you since 1969 Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 SW 4th Ave 378-9431 Mon Fri S 7 Sai 8-2 4-30-13 13 Paying $125 to persons winfected cuts sCrapes or other Injuries to be on antribi otic study Blood test required Call 3315379 2.28 20 13 General Public HELP WANTED *APPLICATORS* WE TRAIN E/PT / $9 hr Inisher (ron union) / $14 h ogmt (entry 'evel / franchise available CALL TODAY 013 886 /151 228-22 ?3 Fundrasing Specialists T6w train p o rip pleasant ph voice Comm d r no [raining W/ mgmi STarr sal looT I 3 P313 9 3 M F 2 12 10 13 Need volunteers lor a 2 week Sludy o a new peOriasis medication 33, 53/9 2 14 1013 S G Finance is now hiring 3 accounting students i0 work par lime Applicants must have been accepted 10 The account ing school Contact Rex or Jon at 392 1823 2-16-11-13 CAMP COUNSELOR NEEDED FOR CO ED CAMP Located in norrheasTern Pd near New York City We have openings for general counselors as specialists in both land and water sports Specalty areas include baseball tennis basket ball, soccer lacrosse hockey waterskinE saying scuba, WSI canoeing windaurfing gymnastics archery Lrn Ing arts S cralts, piano accompanrst drama radio and rocketry Pioneering sta'f needed or both land and Croe' i'p and for ropas challenge course Oiher opening may be available We winl be con ducoing on campus interviews on March Sth For information call or WrAe G Lustig 60 W 661 ISE New York NY 10023 Tell 212 724 0113 2 16 10 13 NEW ENGLAND BROTHE/'IITE R CAMPS MASS Counse or Pos ions or program specialist Team Sports IIn ma Perlorming Arts Waterrrni 1rqr0 Man Kee Nac(Boys), 190 linder Ave Glen Ridge NJ 07028 Danbeotog 's 16 Horsoneck Road Montviile NJ 07045 Please call 1 800 776 0520 4 I8 48 13 Live in attendant needed io help disabled man Free rent, CoesM to U F Call Lisa at 378-7474 MFfBaprnSAM 29513 CRUISE SHIP JOBS Stewards SrowaAr ass Mantenanc. 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THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 19). AUIGATCIR, 15 JACKSON from page 16 ,\ed doors," Ltath said "No one rows when Willie's shooting bas on his own. Willie finds a ]te to work out." Jackson's father, Willie Sr was Indout wide receiver and reirn man on the UF football team mon 1970-72 as the first black player for the Gators. 3437 W. Univ. Ave Westgate Regency 377-3125 With athletic genes i[ I he famly,Jackson wanted to follow in his father's footsteps With the gradu ation of two starting receivers, Jackson should get a chance to earn playing time in the fall in new coach Steve Spurner's system But he thinks he also can follow in the steps of another Jackson Bo Jackson He said he will try to play both football and basketball despite interim coach po DeVoe 1724W Univ Ave. Campus 376-3131 ,.ying he would have to make a decision between the two 'I don't see myself having to make a decision," Jackson said "People have played two sports before I think that I can do it also John Clifford, Jackson's football coachh at P K. Yonge, agrees. "He's smart, and that's probably his major quality," Clifford said "That and his athletic ability I think he'll do it I think he'll play Fraternal both But while Clifford sees Jackson playingboth, hisformer baskeihall coach said Ihe pressure play two sports is great and Iarkston will have to choose one sport "I think it is too hard at the college level." Leath said "If he just concentrates or, basketball, I know what type of player he can be on the court But for now, Jackson is concern KA Excellence Three years in a L row! Let Baskin-Robbins Do Your Sweet Talking BASKIN ROBBINS Mini Heart (serves 2-4).$5.50 Med. Heart (All I.C. serves 6-8). $9.95 Large Heart (serves 12-14) .$14.95 e on Come4 Tonight. 'rpeit Nit Flight lar Search S A rang on basketball and feels comfortable playing in front of frtrd and (anily in the confines of the ('(tonell enter Jackson s lys Ie home rowd helps him tlevile hi game to a higher level btaust he knows the fans are pulling for him to do well, '[Cs a boost, because whatever I do, the crowd is usually going to be behind me because it is mly hometown, he said Player's Sports Club Pients Nickel Deew nits SW 131h so p 1/2 PRICE SPECIALS CXEAflW WORKSHOP 80= .Univ. 376-7204J ,*i'"', VHeart-Shaped Pizza IV HeItum-Fmed Boaooon Card, Cheese piza Toppings 95C $6.95 jt 373-8161 136 NW 13e, St Foreign -NDomestic Aternators -NStarters Discount Prices As Low As $19.95 FE ELECTUiCAL CHECK." Wiffh Purihsm 4 AAMAC 278761 SOB NIN M Ave. Don't be a bonehead As catch. and S ERIC KORNFELD Comedy for the Hip and Dangerous Date: February 9 (Fn) Time. 10.00 pm Place: Orange & Brew Cost: Students $3, GP $5 L=e. 4 ORDER EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION a unique opportunity for Foresters Biological Sciences Foryou, and theworld Itself.As a PeaceCorps volunteer, you can putyourdegreetowork at achallengin, demanding and unique opport tunity. You'll be meeting new people, learninga new languageexperencinga new culture and gainIng a whole new outlook. And while you're building your future, you'll help people In developing countries meet their enerBy and housing needs. Forestry sector needs include. Biology, Botany, Natural Resourc4e. es, Environmental sciences, Ornamental Hog ticulture degrees, and of course foresters For Information and/or an application call: (904) 392-1845

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I Uto A-Ji', I('R I t IY H1 1 A ', i lt) SPORTS European stint could drop Schintzius' pro stock By MIKE DAME vItknr sait Wrihr liii mIr I enter lnwj it I m t 1.1' m i h1 111 IlZ tW i lD ndsti t l% .in All 1)la .1r oll unal bail 'I li sp i' ip.1 ne I [', tler ii.t tol \|het t' l'et il sahl'i/li.N 'ommitted lost Intuith to >artt pait iII the A]: star Classi at tit Orlindo Arn.i on Aprl 12 1 1Iii Tvent proovlet colfteo semors in opprIiui 10 'isplashtui talents -ind pot}ibli imtiprovi their loto in 'ton l BANoul belew Ibe dral i [ne 11 Ctiti/irIs signs wih i proltssitntil moiri I ti i n re Ill-Star Classit -ill NC AA sant icied event -because ot his pro slaorti Pat W IIhIants e Idien anIoftit I ( I 111, i I dgerof the NBA' IOrlando Maigit ilnm man Of the All-star ( lassic, said i t e not spoken to Kshinitus and his pei elge of his plans I it Wilihants I I, i t orier (>tor oun Idvt t. "DVayIe his to e t-lt what is lts I for," ilm sool 1: 1Itwere adioo i,. I I Would ell him ohas lit moire > g.'tti Ov coming here for a week and riinc weliiii taking this offer We argoing ll 'il assumption that he will he here cchintus,who tiItt he Cators baskuhball I c [uI 24, lso appears t lose to signIi wiah agent Eri. leisher of Internanionil it agetmit Group in New York I tive spoken to him on a couple ot d(lortint it asioS But at this time, th ,u'i I, lar is it Ia gine,' Fleisher sitd Wlen asked it he is sshmuius' aEKei I It lor said, "I don't know Call Dw.ivntl hint/uN couod not be reached it sher said he and Schmiius have (Is ii11,td [he possibility of the center playing iLur o adding that Schintztus is"lookng In general at this stage" Jackson makes most E of his opportunity By DAN STIFFLER t r Si wri r I rtli r nit s igi Willie lack'opi I' tr' a" oIkirc,r bot if ) 11rK mhoot. Is "I.t VIA\ogt c ( a~i tville I n sined w ih II S1 m ini ,iter gath1ite liioo rs as A Ilso w is a ill Iasketball. %k 7 pomts and his 'emor 1i, walk I, like ball team It n 1 a ilIatm Wide le I Il !,odid he know 1 i 1 1 1 Iti r midway ()II, I L 1 hio i [never xit o t(I' it II uch playing 1e 1 1 L sid 'I expected to be i,]l ribn u, to [he tean 1), 1 "" 1 '1 1 nit ( ,4 1 1 L t len called to play ,I po I rce mi the absence of ir s irirs -Diwavne I, is II iigsuion Chain an nl'. B I at tr -and has re,pOTI It by r I nbunng I2 points .itd wo it oeiyinis I garme i ksnrs lhiild Hs prrt't for the nan. t mlo no the nature of, the pos)(kit hto it' Lay_ small forward Jackson is small at 6-foot, but he has more ihai held his own against players uth tiller than he with his 190-pound frame [ut some people think Jackson S IOlhAOLIt 0fpisitionc mnluding is figh school basketball coach, fomer Galor Randall rath,. who siid lackson is lortunie to have Ileopporurity toprove htmselfas a basketball player "Withou t Ihit stia non, [ don't think they wouldvo vgil Willie fackson an opportit o prove he's a ballplayer Leath d it But lie needs ot play HIlt cuird I [ he key lorJickson when facng taller compeinion is his athletic ability and the use of the aggressive skills he brings to the court from the football field "Im always ready to lae the tall players," Jackson said Everyone on the team is pretty much taller than me In practice, I prepare myself for the game Coming straight from football to basketball did hinder Jackson's early-season performance But over the last four games, he has shown the ability to drive to the basket, play tough defense and hit the jump shot And the reason for his success is simple -hard work I death said .ckson does the hard work no one sees He has a work habit now Some people don't think he does, because Willie likes to work behind see Jackson, page 15 Netters in Rolex tourney By GUERRY SMITH Alligator Writer AtLCATTOR PHOTO Willie Jackson (with ball) has been a starter for the Gators this season. Alter making the regional quail foing tournament a one-teal ll Il in the fall, five UlF women's tennis players head to Minneapolis today for the Rolex National Indoor In tercollegiate Championships Nicole Arendt, Andrea Iarley and Holly Danforth will play singles at the four-day tournament, the third of four college Grand Slam events. The teams of ArendtJilLan Alexander and DanforthCathy Goodrich will compete in doubles Danforth, ranked 10th in the naton, defeated Arendt in the semifinals and Farley in the finalsof the November qualifying tournament. Farley, ranked second and one of six freshmen in the field, qualified as a result of her second-place finish Arendt, ranked fifth, qualified automatically in singles because she was one of the top five returnig players from 1989 In doubles, Arendt and Alexander beat Danforth and Goodrich to win the regional qualfier. Danforth and Goodrich received an at-large invitation to the tournament The competition should provide a good indication of the early-season strength of the third-rankend Lady Gators. The 32-player singles field features 17 of the top 20 players, according to the rankings. Four players from No I Stanford are competing, including 1989 NCAA singles champion Sandra Birch Of the three UF players who have played previously in the event, only Goodrich has won a title She won the doubles champonship in 1987 with Jill Hetherington, and lost in the semi finals last year with Danforth Arendt also reached the 1989 senfinals with Siobhan Nicholson No UF men's players will play in the tournament. Alligator Staff Repct [he UF athletic department confirmed Wednesday the annual spring Orange & Blue football game will be held in Jacksonville's Gator Bowl because of [he resurfacing of Florida Field Scheduled for 1p m on April 7, the full-scale scrimmage traditionally marks the end of the Gators' spring workouts But since the switch from artificial grass to natural grass will be under way at the 74,000-seat facility, UF was faced with the choice of playing the game elsewhere or skipping it entirely. Jacksonville was chosen from among three nearest major Florida cities that offered to play host to the game. Tampa the had and Orlando also were under consideration "Jacksonville officials made an outstanding offer to host this game which will be a part of their 'Spring Riverfest' weekend, and we appreciate their interest and cooperation," UF Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger said 'We also appreciate the interest expressed from Tampa and Orlando, but there is a soccer game in Tampa Stadium that day and the Citrus Bowl will be in the process of significant expansion construction work Spring workouts begin March 3, and will take place, as usual, at the grass practice field adjacent to the O'Connell Center The resurfacing of Florida Field, which already has begun in the preliminary stages, is scheduled for completion Sept. 8. Jacksonville's landing: 1990 Orange & Blue Game moved Hurt gymnast may compete UF gymnast Karen Brennalt, who strained muscles in her neck and upper back during practice Tuesday, is showing marked improvement, team officials said. Gators trainer Lsa Kelleher said Brennalt will be re-evaluated today to determine her status for UF's tri-meet Saturday against Alabama and Georgia in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Following the injury, which occurred while Brennalt was practicing the vault routine, UF coach Ernestine Weaver said her senior all-arounder may miss the meet BrennaltistheGator.' topgymnat, haass ing won the all-around in their first two events this year. -MsNm bA0I -1