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VOLUME 83, NUMBER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 9,1990 20




Laws. AsfT Bogus salesmen preyon




w college communitiesBy
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GEOFF BOUCHER said."And most of the experiences they have
Alligator Staff Writer had are probably good.They want to believe
other people are honest and good."
sat Y 4 College students are one of the best tar Darnell said recent Gainesville scams have
e' ." gets for scams, swindles and rip-offs becauseof included a man going door-to-door request-
their easy-going lifestyle and idealist out ing money to fix his fictitious car and another
look, local police and a consumer advocate complex ploy where people can claim thou-
said Wednesday. sands of dollars in lost money if they pay
Better Business Bureau representative the swindler a deposit first.
George Hood said college towns like Gaines-
"We have one local man who goes around
ville attract bogus magazine salesmen and
during the holidays playing on peoples' sym-
phony phone solicitors because students pathies," Darnell said. "He knocks on doors,
have "trusting attitudes" and tend to believe acts real nice and real polite and he tells
'!If offers made by people their own age. people he needs $40 because his pregnantwife

< \ "The students say, 'Oh, I'm a student and is in their broken-down car around the
# this person looks like a student, so I'll buy corner.

fUl their candy or magazines/" Hood said. "But "He's real convincing and a lot of the time t
the thing is, the people doing the selling are people give him more money than he asked i
not students they are trying to take "
< your for Darnell said. "People just fall for this
.vw money and if you write them a check, you every year.

; .. might as well kiss your money good-bye." "(People] ) have to be careful,"Darnell said.
-.-. Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie
'T There are some career criminals who make
Darnell said college students are easy prey their living by stealing, breaking into homesor
because of their age and background. con-games. The thing to remember is if
"Students usually have a trusting way of
living and less of life experience" DarnellSelfdefense see Swindle, page 5


class offered

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,. : '1 Local groups sponsor rape-prevention seminar '
.
.
re: c By STEPHEN GillILAND Maggie Gerard, a counselor with the Rape
/fl Alligator Writer Victim Advocate Program, will discuss the
'. ,. services the program provides for victims of
PJ Women who recently became wary of rape. In 1989, the program helped 245 vic-
walking through Gainesville may feel] safer tims through personal and legal problems.Tae .
after attending a free rape-prevention and
Kwon Do instructors Dean Hazard and t
self-defense seminar Saturday at noon.
David Donahue will demonstrate
"The rape problem is really bad in Gainesville techniqueswomen
can use to from attackers.
," said Dan Loman, manager at Y.K. escape
yrf Kim's Tae Kwon Do and Nautilus, which will 'These methods are simple and effective,"
host the event at 400 Newberry Road. said Donahue, a fourth-degree black belt and
Around the world REGGIE GRANT- ALLIGATOR "Maybe we can stop some of the terrible instructor for 14 years. "You don't have to bea
black belt to make them work."
Cody Anderson, a volunteer for CARE, displays the key to Gainesvillehe things that are happening, Loman said.
The four-hour seminar will show The Gainesville Police
women Department's Offi-
received Thursday after biking 3,465 miles since November. Anderson
how to prevent rape, what to do if they are cer Friendly Program Alpine Boarding Ken-
ride to 27 countries to raise for children.
plans to money starving attacked and where to go for help if they nels and Crime Prevention Security Systemsalso

become a victim of rape, Loman said. will make presentations.


I Presidential race centered around average student m



I Vision's Browne uses common man's approach I Today's Vitali wants to have advocacy role .

grades and his bank account. But he says the ByM.D. CUMELLA "Other universities in the state have
By JUDY A.Staff PLUNKEn Writer price is worth it, especially if he helps students I Alligator Writer phone registration," Vitali said. ''Whydon't
Alligator "
who don't know very much about the we?
If Today presidential candi- racial tensions and violent
Vision party presidential candidate Michael campus or SG. Campus
] Browne has six days to convince stu- Browne said when he first came date Juan Vitali wins, studentswill crimes also are problems Vitali will faceif
dents that he is the leader who most identifies to UF in fall 1986 his top prioritywas SG find they have elected a elected.Vitali said UF needs a presidentwho
with them. getting a degree and the last jackofalltrades.Since) is on the students' side.
Browne continually] points out that he is a thing on his mind was becoming spring elections entering UF,Vitali has
21-year-old) undergraduate who skips classes student body president someday.But : been a researcher, an inventor see Vitali. page 9
and has tests just like everyone else. And he after learning more about 1990 a tutor and a Student Senator.
says this similarity to most UF students is Florida's largest university and the Now Vitali wants a new job. He correctionJace
what qualifies him to make decisions that inner workings of SG Browne said he feels wants to be the student body presidentor -
affect students -he knows what they want. the need to share his experience with other advocate as he calls it. Jackson is the Today party vice-

"I'm an average student," Browne said. "I students."I Many students think UF doesn't care presidential candidate and Kevin Mayeuxis
work in the summer." always thought of the person I was when about them Vitali said. Students wait in the Vision party vice-presidential candi-
Campaigning for Student Government's long drop-add lines and don't get the date. The Alligator implied otherwise on
position has taken its toll on Browne, his see Browne, page 9 classes they want. page 5 Thursday.alii .

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Body found in apartment Gresham Drugs, 6250 NW 23rd St., and asked the

Gainesville police identified the body of a 55yearoldman cashier for change. When she looked up from the cash ISRAELSEMESTERONE

found Tuesday in his apartment, but haven't determined register, the man pointed a handgun at her. He took an

how he died, police spokeswoman Lt Sadie Dar- undisclosed amount of money and left on foot, heading / YEAR/SUMMER
nell said. north on Northwest 23rd Street, police Lt. Sadie Darnell

Police believe Railey James Littles' body had been in said.Police INFORMATIONAL MEETING
believe the is about 5-fcet-10 inches tall
his Northwest Third Avenue apartment for at least a man
week, Darnell said. The body was found Tuesday after and weighs 180 pounds, she said. Monday, February 12 4:00: P.M., 471 Writer
the noticed 11 For further information call 392-9247 or 392-4904
property manager a strange smell coming
o Man robbed and beaten with stickA
from the apartment. After knocking on the door several
the group of young males robbed and beat a 38yearoldman
times, manager opened the window and found the
body on the couch. Tuesday night as he was walking along the 1600

"It doesn't appear to be foul play, but we won't know block of Northeast Eighth Avenue, Gainesville police

anything until the autopsy she said. said.At GATOR
about 11:30: p.m., three black males about 16 to 18
J Armed man robs drug storeAn years old approached the man on the north side of the BASEBALL.

unidentified man with a handgun robbed a drug street, asked him for money, then beat him, police .
store on Northwest 23rd Street Tuesday night, Gaines spokeswoman Lt Sadie Darnell said. The robbers, one

ville police said. of whom beat the man with a stick, took the money from DON'T MISS IT!
At about 7:30: p.m., a black man in his early twenties his pockets and ran away, she said.
with short hair and a dark complexion walked into MIKE BRUSCELL

GATORS


_ WHAT'S HAPPENINGVote I GEORGIASOUTHERN vs.


: Student Government is Saturday night at 9 at the University ville Area's Women's Network and *.

sponsoring a voter registration driveat Center Hotel, 1535 SW Archer Rd. the Santa Fe Community College
Turlington Hall and the SG officesin Free with UF fee card. Call 371-7598. Resource Center-Focus on Womenat

the Reitz Union. Call Rob, 373- Straight from the heart: The the Gainesville Hilton, 2900 SW
9 6:00 PM
3659 or 3921665. Transfer Activities Council holds its 13th St, Saturday morning at 9:30.: Friday, February :

A cappella: A cappella, a gospel annual Valentine Party tonight at 9 at Call 375-4683 exL 6600. Saturday, February 10, 1:00: PM
quartet, will sing at the Crossroad 5 La Mancha Apartments, 914 SW It's free! What else do you need
Church of Christ, 2720 SW Second 8th Ave. Call Matt Bald, 3761757.Too to know?: SGP presents Dead Poet's Sunday, February 11 1:30: PM

Ave.,tonight at 7. Call Eddie Howardor many to choose from: The Society and The Abyss on the Reitz McKethan Stadium Field
Scott Holowasko at 378-1471 or Catholic Student Center Softball Union lawn Sunday night at 8. Call Perry

332-3318. ext. 281. team sponsors a dinner/dance 392-1618.
T'al Chi: Two films of Professor Saturday night at 7 at the Student Fellowship: Intervarsity Christian TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE
Cheng Man Ch'ing demonstratingTai Center Lounge, 1738 W. UniversityAve. Fellowship meets tonight at 7 in
Chi will be shown, followed bya $3 for dinner and dance, $2 for Reitz Union Room 346. Call 376-
demonstration, talk and discussionby dance. Call 3723533.For 3167.
Patrick Watson and the staff of folks: International Folk Dancers Regatta:The UF Sail Team meets Reserved: $5.00
,;
The School of Tai Chi Chuan, Saturday teach tonight at 8 in the Norman Saturday morning at 10 for the 1st Adults $3.0017under$1.00
night at 6 in Reitz Union Room Hall Gym. Call Nancy, 376-3074, or South Point District Regatta at Lake :

361. Call Scott Farber, 392-0724. Tom, 377-3341. Wauberg North. Call Rob,3731566. :
Love It In the air. VISA Volunteers Conference for women: There Vive la France: Les Bons Vivants
for International Student Affairs will be a conference'Networking meets today at 5 at the Orange & TI, UF Students: Free with I.D.

sponsors a Valentine Ball Revisited sponsored by the Gaines- Brew terrace. Call 3958690.
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FRIDAY,FEBRUARY 9,1990 ALLIGATOR 3


I Dean to decide protester's fateBy Local residents .


DUANE MARSTELLER "The punishment won't hamper my and interfering with the enforcement of
Alligator Writer activities in any way," Diamond said. "I the Student Conduct Code. oppose centerBy
still am firmly committed against rac- Scott received the recommendationby
Although the Student Conduct Com- ism." the five-member student conduct
JOHN F.BERRY
mittee has recommended she be put on Citing the Buckley Amendment, committee some time after its hearing
one year's conduct probation, UF stu- which prohibits the release of a student's Tuesday night and will meet with Dia- Alligator Writer
dent Michelle L Diamond said no pun- academic and disciplinary history, Scott mond next week before deciding on her Those who oppose building a drug and alcohol
ishment will stop her from fighting would not confirm Wednesday he had punishment. If Diamond doesn't like rehabilitation center near a mental health center
racism. met with Diamond or told her what the Scott's decision, she can appeal to Stu- and within 1,000 feet of Idylwild Elementary
Diamond met with Student Services committee recommended. dent Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen. School,vow to keep fighting, despite the Alachua
But she said she doubts she'll do that. County Commission's decision to the site
Dean James Scott Wednesday, where Diamond received a letter from Scott approve
she learned the committee found her Thursday confirming the committee'scharges "I 1 don't see a need to appeal," Diamond
guilty of breaking four UF conduct rules and its recommendation that said."I believe they feel I'm guilty, plan.The Alachua County Commission voted 4-to-l
when she climbed aboard a replica of she receive a year's conduct probation.The that they don't care about defending Tuesday to approve the site for construction.
Christopher Columbus' ship "Nina" letter said she was guilty of disor- other people's rights. I question the Commissioner Penny Wheat cast the dissenting
Dec. 11 to protest the Florida Museumof derly conduct,unauthorized use of public university's validity in charging me with

Natural History's "First Encounters" property on campus,failing to comply see Diamond, page 4 vote.Patricia Bennoist volunteer with the Glad
exhibit. with university rules and regulations Alliance For The Mentally 111, said that she and
local residents are considering legal action to
School budget Police charge student prevent moving the Sid Martin Bridge House
from 516 SW 2nd Terrace to its new site on
Southwest 13th Street, near Williston Road.
revisions soughtBy "We are considering a class action suit," she
with DUI after crashBy
said. "In our opinion, we feel the needs of the
mentally ill are being ignored by Mental Health
Alligator Staff Writer MIKE BRUSCELL mph at about 2:15: a.m.25 feet east Services. We don't want a drug rehabilitation
of the intersection between West center built near the mentally ill."
Education should be first in Florida, and legisla- Alligator WriterA University Avenue and Northwest Bennoist helped found GlADAMI I, a Gaines-
tors should take more time to review school budgets UF junior charged with 22nd Street, she said. ville-based group advocating the rights of the
before they vote. said a state legislator who visited drunken driving Thursday morn- Ponce was released from Al mentally ill. Bennoist and 24 local residents are
UF Thursday.Sen. ing had a rough ride that caused achua General Hospital after acting independently of GLADAMI.
Marlene Woodson-Howard, R-Bradenton more than $40,000 of damage to
being treated for a fractured Construction on the center may begin this
proposing a state constitutional amendment that three automobiles, a Gainesville elbow and a minor head injury. week, said MHS Executive Director Douglas
would change the dates legislators talk about edu- police spokeswoman said. Ponce said he probably deservedthe Starr. A fence will block the view of the 57-bed
cation dollars. Education is usually the last budget Cornejo Luis Enrique Ponce, DUI charge because he had building when it is completed in August.
item considered, but Woodson-Howard wants to 21, was charged with driving six or seven beers a couple of Although the area will not be enclosed by the
make it the session's first budget priority. under the influence and careless hours before he left a friend's fence, Starr said nearby residents should not I
Although the move might not give educationsee driving,Gainesville police spokes- house to go home.see worry because the center's residents are forbidden I

Education, page 4 woman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. He Crash, page 4 from leaving its grounds.
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South Africa UPI Civil activist "Amandla" called at the end of his
( )- rights (power),Jackson
Jesse Jackson urged President Frederik de Klerk address, using the cry of militant black nationalists, We've' extended
Thursday to"go all the way"and replace four decadesof to receive the answering"awethu"(to the people) from our
apartheid rule with full democracy to prevent fur- his audience.
ther turmoil in racially divided South Africa. The two-time presidential candidate said de Klerk's
Jackson began his first full day in South Africa since reform package unveiled last Friday was "marvelous"but famous Winter
1979 by attending a prayer breakfast with senior South pointed out that black nationalist Nelson Mandelais
African church leaders,then toured the black satellite still in prison and a 43-month-old state of emergencyis
city of Soweto south of Johannesburg. still partially in place.
Speaking to about 1,000 teachers at Funda (Learn) "He offered hope to those who have been dis- Clearance Sale.
College, who chanted"Viva Jesse Jackson"and"ANC, enfranchised, hope by unbanning various organiza- ,
ANC (African National Congress)," Jackson likenedthe tions,hope by repealing restrictions on the press,hopein
conditions of his upbringing to apartheid."As the release of political prisoners even it affects only "
an African-American, when I grew up in Green- 5 percent, and hope for the release of Nelson Man- 1O-6ORYrHING
ville, South Carolina we lived under the laws of apart- dela,"Jackson said.
heid. We had to go to the back of the bus, we could But at breakfast he urged de Klerk,whose National
not use the same water fountains as whites the Party has ruled the country since 1948, "to seize this
same bathrooms."I great moment in history and go all the way" by
went to jail for trying to use a library. So we've abolishing the country's racist laws and implementing $69
known jail,"Jackson said. multi-racial democracy. BOOKCASE
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. Plan to execute drug dealers endorsedTALLAHASSEE I adMtatfe ttaflonary It ihelf.'tt8IInf Scrath one

resistant firiih. Available I f
Fla. (UPI) House Speaker Tom Criminal Justice Committee Chairman Ron Silver, in wale,teak or black easy
Gustafson strongly endorsed Gov. Bob Martinez' D-Miami, said there would be constitutional problemsin assembly. Reg.$79 104Metamine I
death-for-drug-dealers' proposal Thursday as a way executing anyone whose behavior was not directlytied j
"to do them the kind of damage they do to us." to a death.

"I've got absolutely no problem with exercising the "That's a great legal argument, and I really don't ,.-. $59
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death penalty on anybody who can seriously jeopardize care, Gustafson said. 'T.j"7' F. r.; "
this state as drug smugglers do," Gustafson said Gustafson was less enthusiastic about other Mar- 0 SHOW TV

during a news conference."As tinez proposals, including the governor's plans to -__....._...-_,-,_--_ with TV VCR cart on shelf.casters FINANCING
far as I'm concerned, we're at war, and the only spend nearly $140 million\ to build 9,417 new prison --- Available pun-out In white. Reg.$65Bdmdwe AVAILABLE
difference is we haven't recognized it soon enough," beds, following last year's expansion of 9,368 beds.
he said. He said he was leaning toward increased state aid
Martinez called Wednesday for legislation to permitthe to county jails, which he hoped could be expanded to
execution of dealers trafficking in more than 150 free up prison beds for more serious offenders, but
kilos of cocaine or 30 kilos of opiates such as heroin, was awaiting a study on the use of prison space before '
regardless of whether the deal is linked to any in- cementing his own plans.
dividual death. He welcomed reports that Martinez' budget, due 2530 SW 34th St. 335-4849
"The people who are involved in drug trafficking in Feb. 15, will include a 12-cent: increase in the state
this state are killing\ us, they're killing our children cigarette tax, but added the $168 million the plan
and they're trying to kill our nation, and we ought to would raise will not offset the budget shortfall of at
get serious about taking them out as quick as possibleby least $1 billion projected by House and Senate
the most serious means available," Gustafson said. analysts.



DIAMONDfrom when she refused to get off the probation, she won't be allowed to The Sandwich
ship. She and other protesters said be an officer in any student orga-
page 3 the exhibit, which depicts nization registered at UF or a UF

fighting against racism and oppres- Columbus' voyage into the West- athlete,Judicial Affairs Dean Irene Special eat
sion." ern Hemisphere, was racist be- Stevens said. If Diamond breaks you
it didn't show another conduct rule while
UF cause Spanish on probation
police arrested Diamond and
mistreatment of native Indians.If she can receive
a harsher
charged her with trespassing and with
Stevens said. a
resisting arrest without violence Diamond is put on conducton punishment, spoon.


CRASHfrom Northwest 21st Terrace before from his car. No other injurieswere
page 3 the car left the road, hitting a tree reported, Darnell said.
stump and a parked car. Ponce Ponce,who said he fell asleep at S Nri
"I had been drinking," Ponce kept driving down Northwest 22nd the wheel, said the last thing he
said."I shouldn'thave been driving Street until the car flipped onto the remembered before crashing was 4
because I had been drinking. It's driver's side, skidded into a yardat leaving his friend's house. Ponce
just my fault that I was driving like 2206 W. University Ave. and said he was tired because he stud- SOW SANDWICH
that." turned completely over and backon ied for exams this week.
its wheels.
According to police, Ponce "But I guess driving in my car
drove his 1989 Chrysler Sedan Ponce was thrown from the car, alone, I got tired and sick,"he said. Come
through a red light at West Univer- which crashed into another parkedcar "I think if there was someone in to Sonny'sReal all I for one
sity Avenue and North-South before stopping, Darnell said. the car, it wouldn't have hap bowl Pit Bar-B-Q and enjoy low price''Sonny's
a of hot
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through,
more money, WoodsonHowardsaid give legislators time to make sure Alsobrook said. !II
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lators an opportunity to scrutinizethe projects legislators often attach to To put the amendment on the
education budget and shift the budget. ballot,Woodson-Howard must get REAL PIT BAR-B-Q
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"I want to bring it into the sun- UF Governmental Relations petitions. She said she will enlist
shine where everybody can look at Vice President Al Alsobrook said the help of all groups who are Serving lunch and dinner 11 a m. 9.30 p.m.. (Sun.-Thor)
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SWINDLEfrom magazine salesmen who came to her Beaty canceled orders later.Solomon said she will sell subscriptions Hood said. "They drop
Towers East room that she couldn't afford have to wait weeks for a refund and will lose them off in this other town and tell them to
page 1 subscriptions,but the duo insisted she could money because of bank penalty charges."I work a certain area or block, and tell them
something sounds too good to be true,99.9 help them without spending any money. really got screwed over,"Solomon said. they'll pick them up at the end of the day at
percent of the time it's a scam." They told her she could write a check and "If they ever come around again I won't be a meeting place.
Hood said consumers can avoid ripoffsby cancel it on the spot, a strategy that would nearly as nice. Or as naive."

making checks out only to companies, earn them points toward a trip without Hood said magazine deals similar to the The thing they don't tell them is that
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, salesman who claim they are selling prod- Solomon never expected the two checks the salesman out of money. from their sales," Hood said. "So the kid
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she wished she had heard earlier. contacted the company and was told its they take them out of town and promise have enough and they leave him standingout
Two weeks ago Solomon told the two policy is to cash all checks and refund money, travel and three meals a day if theyI on the highway."

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big, fat DART to us for putting a Vision party button DO LEAVE NERICA
with Jace Jackson's resume and a Today party button one oFt1v I asesh s '/.
with Kevin Mayeux's resume in a profile package of the DE ;
candidates Thursday. We know there is no greater wrong lour ct.000 .ENSELtS5I1
than identifying a politician with the opposite party and '
we truly regret the error. 'j/11

Please remember Mayeux is the vice presidential "
candidate for Vision and Jackson is the vice presidential

candidate for Today.

LAUREL to members of the Black Student Union for

paying their debt early. Former leaders of the group

messed up two years ago and Student Government }
caught them last year. The debt made front-page news I

and BSU members felt everyone was out to get them. Au

contraire we were out to get at corruption.New .

President Roxy Oliver accepted the debt and

vowed to pay it off. The goal of my administration was
to upgrade BSU's image and pay off the debt to SG -

not to prove ourselves but to show the campus that
we're a strong and viable group," she said. You did it.

DART to the student political parties for acting like Voting can make a big difference
children. Candidate debates are in full swing and so are

the actions that have given SG a bad rap since day one. Q This is the last of a three-part series by Student
Body President Ed Scales. Today:Student Government'srole -o Ed Scales
don't time
It's unfortunate the candidates use more con
in life and the 0
importance
campus voting.
students of office and less time
vincing they are worthy The Alligator editorial board is quick to criticize N POLITICSI
making the other party look bad. Sending flunkies to broad, long-range SG campaign promises concerning
sabotage debates by submitting questions to fluster oppos- issues about which SG has only remote,if any,control. I am a huge Ollie North fan,and it was my decisionto
ing candidates does not show us how intelligent you are. Such criticism is silly. spend almost $25,000 of SG money to bring him
Besides, the debates are for the students to learn more The student body president can't snap his or her to UF. I am also a fan of Tom Petty, David Crosby,
fingers and bring in full-time academic advisers or George Carlin, George Thorogood and C. Everett
about Give them a chance to ask the questions.
you. phone registration. But if it weren't for SG laying the Koop. I am even an admirer of Ed Koch.
DART to all UF students who haven't registered to groundwork on such major issues, and if SG leaders I don't really like the B-52's, the Indigo Girls or
vote in Alachua County. The last day to register is Mon did not prod administrators who are fundamentally Joan Jett, but it was my decision to spend almost
day and Student Government is making it easy by havinga opposed to change, those substantive issues, whichare $400,000 of SG money to bring all of the above to UF
sign-up table in front of Turlington Hall. It takes about of far greater magnitude than sprinklers and Many students have disagreed with many of the
three minutes to take an oath and sign the card. two-day elections, would never see the light of day. decisions that SG made this year and in the past.
Students have a right to know SG candidates'goals, Many students have told me so. The point is that SG
There is no reason not to register here. If you are involved priorities and concerns, regardless of how difficult or has a tremendous role in student life on this campus.SG .
in politics in your hometown, that's great but it seemingly Impossible they are to accomplish. Fur is not a silly little game with a bunch of politicos
couldn't possibly affect your life more than Gainesville thermore,putting things on a platform that are already building resumes with $4.5 million.
elections next month. being planned is not an altogether bad thing. Sure there are people like that in SG. But only
Many times,this university puts plans on paper for voting for good people can change that. So ask the
wonderful things, but without SG's prodding, they funny little people who are handing out platforms,
RememberTake would never come to fruition. Some examples are balloons and lollipops what they think are important
all-in-one identification cards,phone registration,full- issues and SG priorities and where they think Activities
time advisers,computerized advising, minority reten- and Services fees should go.
time out today to think about Tiffany Sessions. It tion, academic honesty and athletic integrity. Currently the approximately $180,000 of interest
was a year ago tonight that she disappeared. She is one Why two-day elections is such a controversial cam- revenue from UPs Activity and Service Fee is usedat
of us a student, a friend, a roommate, a classmate. paign issue absolutely baffles me. For any candidateto the discretion of the Provost's office to recruit
support two-day elections when more than 75
Think about last Did she sit next to in class? students using merit-based scholarships.I .
year. you
percent of UF students wouldn't vote if
even we had I feel this should back into the accountto
money
Did sit the table from her at the library go
you across or month-long elections is puzzling.SG serve all students and to ensure against future fee
stand behind her in line at the grocery store? Did you leaders also represent those who don't vote. increases.Recruitment of honor students\ important,
hear her or someone else talk about something that Ask that super-majority if they want their Activitiesand but funds for such recruitment should come from
might be connected with her disappearance? Service Fees spent on a doubly expensive extra sources other than interest on student fees.
voting day, and I think you'll]] get a resounding "No."
However, I don't feel I should unilaterally make
Her friends and have been her for
family missing a The burden falls squarely on SG candidates, the this decision. Therefore, I am supporting a referen-
year and each day blurs the information surrounding her media and SG itself to show UF students why it is dum on the SG ballot to let students decide what
disappearance and makes it harder to find her. If anyone important to vote on voting day. Candidates who are should be done with what is clearly "their" money.
knows about what she unable to motivate voters into voting on a single day But if for
anything Tiffany, was talking you agree with a candidate's view, vote
about in class the day before she disappeared or who she should stop looking for procedural scapegoats and them. If you don't, vote against them. But please
start looking at their
might have been with, tell someone so they can find her. And finally, student own need campaign to vote. tactics. appraise important.ing yourself. of the issues and vote Feb.. 14. It is

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

alligator
EditorLucy' Vending machinesare contraband, and then I'll caffeine and sugar!
naturally have to stop.Let's .
Chabot I can only take comfort in know-
addictive too tell the smokers to go out- another day,
Managing Editor Opinions Editor ing tomorrow is
side, in air not owned
by UF of
another ban. Ah, the end of the
Shedden Sutton
Mary Tonya
course, but what aboutI shud- the
student with the Snickers,
Editor: I can't stop. I can't control derthose horrendous vending
Letter. Policy myself. But ifs okay,because if it's machine patrons? professor with the pipe.
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by.10 page). They should be
typed. double-spaced and signed.' They should Include I typed name address and telephone bad for me then the "powers that Aaaaagh, those slobbering dis- Perhaps a pacifier will suffice.
number. Name will be withheld If the writer shows|just cause IT you have any questions call be"will help me stop.And if I don't gusting junk food
\the editorial page editor at 3764498.! addicts who can'tsay Jenny Farley
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BROWNEfrom top of his field for six months,and he's proudof VITALI "All presidents are students," Vitali said.
the model he set for senate's 80 members. "
page 1 "This is something I want to do.
When Browne took over,senators stopped from page 1 Research also helped Vitali become an
I first got here and the person who's learning wearing tank tops and shorts and started "I would be an advocate for all studentson inventor. As a research assistant, Vitali de-
I about the university every day,"he said. wearing dresses and ties. this campus, not a small minority,"Vitali signed and built a non-polluting, X-ray food
Being elected student body president And although Senate often didn't have irradiator. Vitali said the system he devel-
would fulfill a prediction SG insiders have enough representatives present to pass laws said.Vitali said many students feel left out at oped will increase food quality and produc-
made since Browne was Student Senate pres- before Browne's election, meeting quorumwas UF. They want to participate but don't feel
tion.Between
ident in 1988. no problem during his term. comfortable, he said. inventing and doing research

Senate seats often remain open "I 1 want to change that," Vitali .., .
because students don't want to fill J
them, but Browne filled Senate for said.Vitali also wants to get full-time
r the first time in eight years. academic advisors for UF and
V* "I'm problem solver he said."I .
xrq a more financial aid money for stu
brought pride back into Student dents. The state Legislature has
"
Senate. promised both services in the
y Browne is particularly proud of past, but hasn't been able to find
the ad-hoc committees he started. the money Vitali said.
The committees were established In "These aren't luxuries, they're
addition to the ones student body necessities for top universities,"
law mandates,and he said they gave he said. r
senators a chance to get involved. Convincing the Board of Regents
One senator who became more the 13-member panel that
Involved because of Browne's ad- oversees the nine state universities
'k, hoc committees is political science and legislators that UF needs
junior Kristine Lambert.
more money isn't an easy job.
She chaired the communication Lobby director Tim Cerio and Student
committee,which sent 'letters to college Body President Ed Scales
councils and area govern have worked hard to get more
ments, explaining what senate was money for UF. Scales admits the
= doing.'hat's. job isn't easy.
what started me doing "You have to work with the Re-
"" stuff," Lambert said.If ""
gents, Scales said. "You can't
elected, Browne said he will work against them."
resurrect the committees this time
Although Vitali has many goalsto
in the form of executive director- attain if elected president, he'llhave
ships. to juggle his executive duties s,
The positions will be given to with his other commitments.Vitali .
anyone interested in joining SG, he is a doctoral candidateand

said.Browne a nuclear engineering re-
t said he has talked to several searcher the Strategic Defense
student groups since he began Initiative.SDI,commonly referredto
'F campaigning, and he has learned a as Star Wars, is a proposed
r lot. defensive shield of satellites builtto
1't .I' ;ff. ..... EJ: He said he feels a great responsibility destroy missiles fired at the
SUZETTE COOK -Al LLiGATOR to tackle students' concerns United States. SUZETTE COOK-ALLIGATOR
After spending a year as Senate's first and when he hears them ask where their Vital! is working on a system to Vitali! also found time to tutor athletes for
second-in-command, many considered Feb. financial aid is or why they can't go to the supply power to the satellites. He said he's the University Athletic Association. Vitali!
14's election to be Browne's next logical step. library safely at night. trying to develop a long-lasting, lightweightpower said he helped athletes keep their gradesup
Unlike many who have sat in the And if elected, Browne said he hopes he source for SDI. Vitali is proud the in tough courses such as engineering
president's office,Browne isn't a law student, will solve their problems and leave behind U.S. government selected UF researchersto analysis and differential equations.
and he has no political plans after graduation. something to be remembered. work on SDI. "Those aren't easy courses I taught," he
But the marketing senior said he admires "People will forget who Michael Browneis "The government chose 16 universitiesto said.Even
students who serve as role models. and what the Vision party stood for," he do basic research for SDI," Vitali said. with all the tough problems of being
"Whatever you do, if you're the top of your said. "Florida is the only school still working on UF's student body president, Vitali said he
field, or at least striving to be, I admire that," "But maybe students will benefit from the system." is ready."I .
he said. programs or bus shelters or a safer campusor But Vitali! said his research and doctoral enjoy the challenge of solving prob-
As senate president, Browne was at the a city commissioner who was a student. thesis won't affect his ability to run SG. lems," he said.



Candidate i ResumeStudent Candidate i ResumeStudent

Body President Body President
Name: Name: i'.z' I:;..
Juan A. Vitali ,
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Major: B.S., M.E., Ph.D. candidate -. Nuclear Engineering
Student Government Experience:
Marketing senior
-' Student Senator
Student Government Experience: -. Replacement and Agenda Committee, member

.. Student Senator -. Judiciary Committee, member

Senate President -- Affairs and Ethics Committee, member

Honor Court Associate Justice
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Senate Pro Tempore
Other Experience:
.. SG Executive Committee, member
Campus Planning Assembly, member
Replacement & Agenda Committee, chairman Intergroup Relations Committee, member
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Budget & Finance Committee, vice chairman Minority Student Roundtable, chairman ;

-. Hispanic Student Union, founder/president/
Other Experience: ,
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Classifications o How to place a FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. FOR RENT: UNFURN.Walk .

1 FURNISHEDSmall 3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF 201' NW to UFH Studios $210' to $225
classified ad: 10th St Wood floors, Cent Ht/Air Car- 1829 NW 2 Ave. (by O'Dome) 4 1222 NW

1 For Rent. Furnished apt one person no pets close to port, Office: 411 NW 15th St. 371 0769 8 Av Now or Fall, Office, : 411 NW 15 St
In Person 1352 371 0769 2.'3.5-2
2 For Rent- Unfurnished : UF. $225 per mo. plus util Free cable.
Cash check, MC or VISA. 3782016/3365808' 293.1
3 Mobile Homes WINDMEADOWS APTS. 1/2 mile from campus, quiet neighborhood .
The Alligator Office 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom lots of trees 2BIR/ A/C. D/W
WINDMEADOWS, 1 bdr furn. sublet, near
For Rent/Sate/ '105 W University Ave. pool 373-3558 apt. 98. 2.13' -5-1 Pool, Tennis, Laundry washer/dryer hook.up. Call 373.0129. 2.
M-F Sam 4pm 2712 SW 34th! St. *** 373-3558 982
4 Sublease House/Apt./
Available Now: Across Tigert All Utilities
Main Bookstore WILLIAMSBURG APTS. 2 WKS FREEH! Center Court Apis "11
5 Roommates Paid For Central Heat/Air ph,:371,3606
Hub Customer Service Desk '1238 S.W 4th Ave. 2.14.5.1 AVAILABLE NOW!!! blocks N of UF 1 BD $299, 2BD $349. very
6 For Sale MF8am.430pm 1,2 TH & 3 Bdrms nice '1210' NW '11 Ave. 371,-7777 Mgt
Pool, Laundry 4'1' NW ,,5St 21352
Want Inexpensive Housing? No "lottery"
Reitz Union Cashier Office
7 Real Estate
1 Block to UF/Shandt/
Lots of friends? Apply to Reid Co op thru
8 Motorcycles M-F8am-9pmSatnoon Housing Office. You won't t regret III 2.'13. 2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253 'Check Our New Specials
Sun noon 5 pm All Amenities Available
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9 Autos MOUNT VERNON APTS. FURNISHED UNFURNISHED
Medical Bookstore ShandsM
1 & 2 Bedrooms Roommates Available
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F, 88m. 4.30 pm FOR RENT
10 Wanted : Pool/Laundry/ We're No. 1

11 Services By Mall: Close to UF/Shands REGENCY OAKS
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk
2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5389 378-5766
12 Services Use forms appearing weeklyin 2,'13,'152 3230 SW Archer Road
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13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA or checks only. 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. $299 MOVE-IN SPECIAL 373.4SOO

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Pool.Tennis. 2001' SW '16th Street
Santa Fe Trace Apts 373'1190' 4.30-75. Sauna Gym and more. 4.30.58.2
15 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard 2 STONERIDGE APT.
ONLY Five dollar minimum 3800 SW 34th St 3751121, Urgent remodeled condo across Law
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16 Connections M F830 4pm Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet Offer valid to qualified application only Scnool $250 rent 374-9609. 2952
washer/dryer available in most units for 4.30-62.2
17 Notices
o How to correct $20 mo. Cats Allowed. ,1B-28, 1 & 2 Bath One Block from campus Very Large room
18 Rides $250-$350, sec & Imr 372.6422. 4-30. ALOHA GARDEN APTS Lovely 3 BR/2 nice house. cable in room. SW area
cancel ad: 752 bath, all amenities near Shands VA Shop $i9S/mo/ utilities Included. Greg 376.329'
19 Pets your ping. 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377.0555 2. 21352
SPACIOUSONE 16.'152
20 Lost & FoundJ Cancellations
: BEDROOM APT. Pool, trampoline, peace and quiet 2 mature .
Call 373-FIND Mon Fri 8. 4 pm ONLY J260/MO/ ARE YOU HAVING n/s renters needed for pnv suites in
No refunds can b. given LYONS APT4000SW20THAV RENTAL PROBLEMS? nice Ig home $150, .$200/mo share uti'
3778797 Call Our Leasing Office 371.2556. 2.9.3.2
When will your ad run? Alligator errors: for Super Specials!!!
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs INCREDIBLE 2 BEDROOM/ BATH ,1BDR WALK IN CLOSET, Village West
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before Efficiency Apt 3 BEDROOM/ BATH 800 NW ,18 Ave., take 9 St N from '16 Ave.
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY Starting it $185 WASHER/DRYER INCL Office: 411" NW ,15 St 371.7777. 21352,
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY Starting at $235 / 2 Bedroom

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE OXFORD MANOR 1BDR apt; fans cent. ht/air; carpet; mint,

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. 110 NW.39th Ave 377-2776 vertical blinds; on .bus, near UF; $275 In.
378 3988 water 373 0701. 2.16.1.2Attractive
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Union or Shands may take given 375.3861
placing the ad Changes called in after
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. large apt Pickwick Park 2
bedrms 22' baths Near UF, Shands,
may run for any length of time RareTbllklFIIms Two films of Professor Butler Plaza $495 377-5355 332.8001, 2.
and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes: Cheng Man Ch'lng 16.72
Corrections must be made in person at
Sorry but there can be no refunds demonstrating the Ta'IChi
The office BEFORE NOON.
Alligator Form, Push Hands *** *Feb is free *1/2 block
for cancelled ads. There will b. I $2.00 correction ft*.
and the Sword Form, from campus 1 or 2 rmmts sublet thru Jul
rent neg. leave mea 3733688. 21452
With a demonstration,

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FEB. 10, 6 pm Rent or Rent to own: 2bdr/1 1/2/ ba Good
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We Ship Nationwide ROOM 361 frig 2-90-3,'fenced, pets welcome. Call 371'.9145.


; FREE J A DOZEN7L 86 Fleetwood, 2bdr/2ba washer/dryer,

r screened patio pool, and tennis Whitney
Chocolate Rose 11 ROSES j 2coi Park, 441' North. No down payment Takeover

with every \ mortgage. 378-8356. 2.96.3SUBLEASE

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373.4696 anytime 215104'

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Malcom X WALK TO UFI Furn, large room share )
kit/baths, wash/dry, ch/ac One male
$190 utll. Incl. Parking. 376.6652 See to

The human rights activist found the teachings that appreciate. 2964

Day Tripto changed his life. Malcom X's brother introduced him SUBLEASE Lyons 1 BR

Spaceport USAto to the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, leader of the $200 mo. Renew Avail.
FREE CABLE
tour the Nation of Islam. He was taught many things by Call Mike, 336-4464 leave mess. 2.12.7.4

Kennedy Space Center Muhammad. As a result of the teachings by
Sublease apt, near UF, unf, a/c,
Feb 10, 1990 Muhammad, Malcom X's main focus was to unify 2bed/2bath. Brandywine, pool, club, large

Blacks and work toward advancements for Black apt 2nd floor, $475/month. Call 373
Students $10.00Nonstudents 5457 If no an$, leave mes 2954
Americans.
$16.00
Furn ibdr/ba close to campus Feb free
Includes round trip until May 90 $230reg( 280)) 335

transportation, tour and 7650after( 5 pm). 2954Classifieds.
Julia Wilson /
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Village 1bdr! In a 2bdr/2ba. Rmmt wanted: M for Bicycle Club Apis ROOM, F. In the Pines 2bd/ 1 COMPUTERPackard M.ttr..full size boxsprlng. metal I
close to UF 145 plus 1/2 util! call 335. 1/2ba Walk In closet $232/mo & 1/2
40mb hard frame excellent condition $60 call Judy
washer/dryer, 175mo. Call Trey 377 Bell 266, 12mhz
4773. 2.I 2.5.4 5445. 295.5 util Tracy 9165/leave message 2.95.5 drive, 5.25" 1.2 floppy 3.5" 1,44 floppy, 372-6740 leave message 21236

1 mb ram, vga hi.res color monitor, lyr
Sublet 1 bedroom beautiful Trinidadian seeks rmmi to share Gator call 335 Suzuki moped $300. Peugeot beach bike
Ig. poolsideapt warr, 4 mths on-.lt. $1849
town apt 170mo. own bdrba bring own F n/. to share cute 2bdr 1 1/2 ba condo in $150 10 speed women's bike $50. Row-
Landmark get It lor lest. leti talk 1300. 220146Car
Irnitr, Dirk 378.6138 lor more inlo aft quiet SW area near UF Pool, Indr, micro Ing machine $75. Windsurfer $100. All In
Call Francis at 376-4785 loonllllll
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21255 $190 4 1/2 util! Call 336 4763. 2 12 .
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25 and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sansul Sherwood 7820 (night) Bill 2.14-5.8
Own bdr In 2bdr house Furnished, clean
Sublet 2bdr apt until Apr 90. $300/mo & and more We Beat All Prices!
with yard. 2ml to UF $150/mo 4 1/2 util Good deal! Studious male n/s needed to
utll. Now available Homestead Apt SW 3733754. 4.30.69.6 CLUB FUJI race bike tumour componentscat
Call 375.7071 462.6304 alter 2. share 3bdrm house Own bdrm $140 mo
or 6pm
34th St Call alter 6pm, 335-5493. 2.13- eye like new low miles $300 obo ask
5.4 1255 4 1/3 util 2 miles to UF yard cat Call MICRO CENTERComputers 376.1146 for Bryan 336-1645 leave message! 2.1236 -
3732078. 21225
Editor choice CompuAdd Northgate
Roommate needed. Williamsburg, turn
Sublease Apt: I bd/l ba. new carpet central H P. Price same or lower than mail
$260 own bdr ba. Call Susana 373-2633
heal/air. wash/dry/ hook-up. $235/mo/ leave 21255 6 FOR SALE order. Systems below Include 1mb 40mb 27 Inch men s Ross 10 speed racing bike,
first no last & $100 see 395.0066 or message ((28ms), graphics monitor, ... padded grips, bottle carrier kickstand

3325459. 21674 LAKEWOOD 2br/2 loft M/F fully furn BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs MC 286/12 $1195', Packard Bell $1295, like new, as is $90.372.5826

(need upbeat places ). For low as $25/mo no $ down MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 .
going person
Wind Meadows 3bdr/3ba/ own inlo call, avail todayl Don't pass up. Rex FREE Catalogue over 50,000 $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd & battery PERFECT TWICEA
room/baor/ ( share) $175/mo lor summer 3355787. 2135.5 customers 1-800-625.7283 $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graph. new 4 different consignment shop featuring .
months. negotiable. Call Cassia 336 2.19.30.6 Ics monitor $970. 1 A 3 year warranties. high quality clothing. Come see us

1133 2-15'6-4 M or F clean, nonsmoking student needed Onsite w.rranlle. Panasonic 1180 printer at 621 W Unlv Ave 3730000. 2916
lor own rm In 4bd3ba house. Move 'in now Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more $185. HP Laser Jet lip- $1049. 4110 SW
ROOMMATESCASABLANCA or b4 Feb. 15. $140 per mo. $37.50 sec brands are all at our New Location) Car 34th St. 308 W Unlv Ave 4-30.65.6 Raliegh 12-spd, Fuji del Rey 12'spd.

,5 336.3925. 293.5 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372 Great bikes Pentex 35mm camera, case,
Nice clean modern furniture, all at reasonable .
2070. 4 30-75 6 lenses. 375.7178 Iv. message 21556
N/S/ own room and ba In prices
Oakbrook Walk need n/s/ m to share fully
2bdr condo furn. w/wash/dryer, $200/mo turn( 2br/2ba condo w// wash/dry/ micro, CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldest The Plunder House Gibson electric guitar $175. Peavey Audition .
& 1/3 util 335.3889. 2.9.8.5 pool. $200/mo to share rm 4 util Call Sim best and lowest priced car stereo 511 I SW 4th Avenue 30 amplifier $70 338.3955. 21556
372.3842. 21355 store In town 372-2070 2201 NW 13 St MIC, Amex, Visa, 2.14.10.6

Share huge 2bdr/2ba, close to UF. avail Rockford Fosgate Punch 45 power amp
able Immediately 335-6984. 21310.5 Own br, 1/2 ba in Gatortown. $170/mo Rockford, Fosgste, Yamaha, Pioneer, 45 gal. marine AQUARIUM. Wet.dry filter, $150: Cerwin Vega 15" woofers In box;

1/2 util smokers, pets ok $100 sec dep Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best 5 nice pieces coral, actinic lights many MTX 10" woofers $100 336.3955. 2.15.
F Rmmt lor 4bdr/2ba turn condo By Oaks $350. 378.8869 Alan
3766782. 2925 Car Stereo Installers In town Car Stereo fish many extras 5-8
Mall Wash/dry 4 Security System to Go. 375-1834 4-30-75-6
$200/mo & split elect 335.4298. 2.14.10.
ROCKWOOD VILLAS Alpha Byte Computers 266 1mb ram, DOBERMAN PUPS

5 m/f n/s/ share luxurious 3br/3ba condo. RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants .. 30mb hard, floppy, mono, dos, warranty Purebred warlock dogs w/ blue genes,3m
own rm/ba $245/mo + 1/3 util 335.9124or for your dorm or apartment We deliverl $1270, similar 386SX $1425. KI $980. 495 41. $100 ea Call 373.8526. 21556
3/2/ NW HOUSE fins large yard screen SW
336.0484. 21455 Ray's Rugs 535 4th Ave. 3659. 219106
porch cable, washer micro 4mi 377.5265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 2.23.

UF/SFCC, No pets, unlurn rm. $150 4 1/3 ..'f/rn or couple for own Turn bd/ba In big 136 JVC pull,out stereo speaker, excellent 3 good piece condition sectional 4 couch 2 tables light, $140 green neg.In

ut 3786499. 2965 4 bdr house fncd yd Jacuzzi w/d, all the condition $700 obo. Call 372.7194 Iv mei Please call Tracy at 332.4567, 2.15-5.6
extras! small pets ok. $225. $325 + CAR ALARMS Installed remote control sage 2.13.5.11Surfboard
BRANDYWINE FURNISHED 1/3 util. Rent/lease neg 338.0483. 2.14. any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Bike 4 More, Inc. Large selection of
2bdr/iba, Jacuzzi, sauna, wt room, huge 5.5 demo. Call 336.9193 student Iv. message great condo must sell $100 obo used bikes $55 4 up w/wsrranty
pool 1/2 mi. 10 UF, $230/mo lor own room
Nikon FG 35mm w/ zoom lens and (lash $1 .99 .2133 NW 6th St. 373-
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4 1/2 cable & util 3722857. Dennis 228.20.5
Room & Bath in 3bdr at Spyglass Apts. 2 Pinball machines at $150 each Call Jayat $275 obo surfboard racks $25 ph 371 6574 222.1011WALrJEU.1'

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fully furn 2bdr/1 ba apt Many xtras
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500.1 clock, 2 drives, color
Omega meg ENDURO. 1085 Suzuki 87 Hyundai Excel excellent cond ac am Visiting Scholar needs to rent compact *SUNBELT MOVING *
monitor, midi Interlace, LOTS of aoftware
SP250. Great for trails/school Exc. condo Im cass low miles take over payments or car for 2 months In a reasonable price
$950 ObO 375.1623. 2.14-5-6 and mechan perfect $950/o.bo 374 $4700 335.4184. 2989 please call 376.5741 after 8pm 2123 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
8621. 2058 10 1-Item House lull Local/Lng dst, Lie/Ins.
Apple lie computer, Epson Printer $395 1977 Ford Pinto 8 cyl. Runs strong am/fm Priced lor Students! Marty 375.MOVE 430.75.11 .
.ft. .like new $85, a
6cu refrlg weight set
89 Golden Bullet radio excellent Energetic articulate student for childcare
chair $20. 373-1169 Moped, two speed, auto, trans. auto power steer
after bench $45 2.145.8CHINCHILLA papasan olllnj.cted. kick start turn signals, gold Ing, brake asking $450 call Mark at 395 2-4 days per wk 2:30: Into evenings NON
6pm mag wheels, extended gas tank low 7285 29516 SMOKER own car w// rear seatbelts Must
miles, extra clean $599.00 336.8254. 2. be available for summer $3.75/hr 377 FREE*
Baby male cute, lightgrayball 9-5-8 1987 Ford Tempo LX Cruise, Tilt, Air, 0900. 29210 Test
ol fur Easy to care for. Will accept AM-FM, Cassette. PS, PB Like New 5 Pregnancy
best offer Call 376-0491, 2016 '84 Kawasaki 550 GPZ runs like new, less Speed. Power Locks $5900 Call Rich at SKID ROW TIXI We need 2 for either Jax Gainesville Women'sHEALTH
than 10K mi. garage kept, looks great 335.6143 Lv Message 1259 or Daytona show. CALL ANYTIME at 395 CENTER
$1200 obo, call Doug 395-9485. 2058 69101 Leave a Messagel $$$ 720 NW 23rd Avenue
Big Red '77 Cutlass Station Wagon very 3775055ABORTION
1985 Yamaha XJ700 Maxim 14K miles good shape, great for frat or people w/ We buy Cruiser Bikes Bikes & More, Inc. (To 24 Wks)
7 REAL ESTATEPRIME new tires. bat, Ignition. Very reliable, well many friends $775. Call Paul 371-3684. 2133 NW 6th St 373.6574. Gator Cycle BIRTH CONTROL
maintained Many X.tras. $1500 336. 2.1469 3321 Archer Rd. 373-3962. BuyeSelieT. Gynecology Services
UF LOCATION! 15 room house 6794 21258 rade Rent 2.22-10.10 4-30.71-11
CH/AC. Good condition! Rented. In- HONDA CRX white 1986 5 speed, air
veetment/traternlty/other/ $130.000 KAWASAKI NINJA 250 excellent condl tapedeck, new tires, excellent condition
376.6652 owner 3.7.42.7 lion $1500. Color: black and red. Year $5250. 377.2587 or 462-2042. 2939 11 SERVICESNW Need turn. clothing, household goods?
Great bargains w// layaway plan avail.I
1986. Price Includes 2 helmets & cover,
Call'Tommy at 377.7380. 21238 Honda Civic 83 reliable, maintained One Weeks Flea Market State Road 26, 3mi
TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA. eat In owner 61K miles. 40mpg Sspeed Mini storage at I.75 & NW 39th Ave west ol Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open
kitchen pool, tennis. washer dryer, For am/fm/cass 4 speakers and morel $3500 near Oaks Mall area, 5x5 to 10 x 20 from Salt Sun. 4722061. 2.9-20.1'
est of Unicorn, NW area, easy financing 9 AUTOSAUTO obo 332.3556 msg. 21459 $20, 10% disc. to students 332.8917. 4-
3745401. 3-1-21.7 30.75.11 MOVING?
INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange 1980 grey Pontiac Phoenix5door' am/fm Resourceful student w/ full size truck will
Mill Run townhouse 2bdr/2 1/2 ba, ft Blue Insurance Drive thru In Butler stereo $900 neg 3323511 leave message BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS beat any price in town 336-9461 3.8.30-
wash/dry partially furnished, asking Plaza. We care, Call us 1st 2.12.4-9 11
$44,500. Assume mortgage. Call 372 377CARS. 2.23-10.9

4293. 21257 87 CRX, 32k miles. excellent condition 1233 NW 10th Ave. ONE STOP DENTISTRY
1985 Honda Prelude, mint, air, am/fm extended warranty, auto, A/C, AM 372.1664MCVISAInsurance
BY OWNER-luxurious 3br/3ba/ In ROCK cassette sunroof, tilt wheel, red wgray.. FM/cass $7600 OBO, 377.4301, 2134. / Adult Accepting cleaning new $30 pts,,emerg child $20
blk velour In!. $6800 Sandy 395-
: days
WOOD VILLAS. End unit, fully furnished 0604 wkends/eves 15954241. 2.9.8.9Colt 9 Free Pregnancy Test ((4)wsd) tee $325, ((3)wisd) tee $250
& upgraded Interior. Assumable mortgage Member ((2)w) sd tee $200 Nitrous OXide
For Info call 3359124. 2145.7 1983 Mercury Zephyr. Low ml 4 door automatic National Abortion Federal Accept MCV.AE. 2-28.19.11
85 5 door, a/c. dependable, good ac, ps, pb rear wheel drive 6 43075.11 .
condition, must sell, $2500 OBO. 376- Cylinder economy 335.5298. Ive msg. 2.
HORSE BOARD (equestrian center)
REAL ESTATE LICENSE 0512 evenings 2060 14.59 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
Grand Opening! Full service show barn
Sat. classes start 2-24 $175 Get confidential testing and treatment at
Appraiser.state certified 2.27.90 85 T.Bird White, New Tires, Automatic, Sporty red 84 Renault good looking and PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4. everything you want. for training and horse
The Florida Center 371.2787. 2.22-10.7 Excellent Condition $3,995. Call 1.496- running condition; hal radio air, more. 30.75-11 t care (stall, turn out, grain. hay bran
mash $200/mo. Jan 376 7762 2.13.5.'
2446 216100 $1700 takes It. Nicole 395-9810. 2155 )
11
9 AAA STORAGE

Close to UF, Convenient

10 WANTEDLocal 4x4x4 $15/mo/ PRO DJ SERVICEIII!!!

I DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE 4x8x8 $25/mo/ Lots of exp., pro equip., plenty o' tunes
I Artist needs: GOLD; Gems Class 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 For the most fun, call CJ at 3758483.

Edited by Trade Michel, Jaffa Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie Fine 4-30.75.11 2-20-10-11
Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30-75.10
ACROSS 6 Highland group 41 Invent 52 Evade ** GATOR MOVING ** Guitar &, Bass Lessons tailored for your

1 Eject 7 An O'Neal 45 Breakfast work COMIC BOOKS WANTED 1960-Present, Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1. needs. Top professional w25 yrs. exp.

5 Book page size 8 Many (often) choice 53 Rascal nobody pays more for High Grade Silver Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves Long dis, Beg nner.Adv. Suzuki-based children's. .
11 New Deal agcy. 9 Out loud 47 Swiss poet and 56 "Carmen" Age In. Gainesville. CALL 3727990. 2- Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 3744791. 4-30-75-11 method available Larry 338.5624. 2 14
4-11
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14 Young salmon 10 City on the Oka family role

15 Roofer, at times 11 Chill con 48 Obtained 57 Headliner. Need a pair of Recaro seats for a Mustang SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lesions Credit Card guaranteed acceptance no
A woodser facilities
16 Exclamation of 12 Reprove 'from oil 58 Wicked .I have a replacement set of replica hay rides boarding* parties tales working* security deposit, write S. Marion, 1100
discovery 13 Ship of the 49 Poet Garcia 59 Gable Recaros I will pay good money! and I will students accepted. 466.3224, 3758080. Tudor Dr. Dept A.1 G'ville: 32607 3-8.
17 Wings desert 50 Canadian Butler replace the seals myself. Call 335-4548 & 4.30.75.11 20.11
18 Uterary ridicule 21 Fooled mystery writer e.g. ask for Vince. 2.9-5:10

19 Edge' 22 'Wife of Saturn Howard 63 Willie Winkle

20 Jean Harlow, 26 Me Tangeree.g. Classifieds.
27 Bread spread ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: I Continued on next page.

23 Musical syllable 28 Gov't. agt I CAR 0 B SLAB JAM B DAILY TWILIGHT SHOW

24 culpa 29 "Look ARE N A TOO 0 URA L 1 1 ,1""e"0

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33 Rogers St. 35 Certain current A DIE TAX I A B K 0 I HARD TO KILL ROBERTDeNIRO staving' between 4.6 pm

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36 Onager 36 Hindu fire god CAR A FE. T W T ST. $3.50 students evening (with I D)
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39 Cardinal 37 Icebreaker e.g. R E NT. ASS S S 1OO,3:15.(5.30@12.50): : ( ) lffiE ENEMIES: A LOVE STORY (R)

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42 Charged atom 40 Radioactive A N I E S Y SAT I SUN 0 NOON
43 A Lauder 'forms TREMORS (PC.U)
44 Orphan ofmusicals L IN'0' 0 ._ A P M E EIR S IRA fiN R E Trust him..he's a cop BETTE MIDlER 130130730130eAnBUN II 11 PNIPRI

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46 Treats for kitty AFFAIRS [0!!J 1:3O: IP-1)1 ", nBUN ONOON
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48 Designer' 1:30.: ((5:15: 9 VA 7:41: ((5:00: @12:50): ) J S EI Shows start Friday
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leader ., ik KEVIN

55 Stevenson F 1sjf3AUI t/l'yN ya-T BACON m ROYAL PARK 'M

pirate 23 Z4 25 [a CINEMA 43702NEWBERRYRD

60 Work unit 2:00: ,((5:30 0$250)) ((5:00: 011230))
61 Sleep-Inducer 26 127 Fill 29 1:00.10:30.12:30 2:00.7:30: : tS5: ,12:00rinlllTAJr : 373-4277

62 Admit frankly Cl......II 4 SS SO M. S pm 4e/iy/..
64 Bartender'sneed e e ,

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65 African wildcat n011N Cinemas I S1 00 All Shows
44 ON TIlE
66 Floor covering !... PARENTHOOD i PG 13))
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TYPING HELP WANTED HELP WANTED BUSINESS PERSONALS r


12 SERVICESYOU APPLICATORS Staff artist needed Great exper Flex, 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS STUDENTS GET CASH I:

WE TRAIN FT/PT/ hrs Knowledge of mac computer helpful For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy !

WRITE, WE TYPE / $9 hr finishers (non.union) Come by room 214 Florida Gym or call termnalsapcs, buy, sell, 372-1228.211 W. Unlv Ave.-next to Central -
Business Legal Personal Reports / $14 hr. mgmt (entry level) 3920581. 2125.13 trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY City. 43075.15 I
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. / franchise available CDCS 818 W Univ. 338.0378. 4.30.
G'ville Handicapped Typing CALL TODAY 813.886.7151Fundralsing Parttlme, exp painter. Exterior work Ml. 75.14 SAVE ON RAYBANS :;
378.7179, Vernon 20 hrs/week/ $5/hr Apply In person University Opticians

4.30.75.12 Specialists: 6wk train progMpt .. M-F. 2.111.9.13 DEALERS WANTED Crime is skyrocketIng 300 SW 4th Ave 378.4480

pleasant ph. voice, comm during People need & want personal protection 4.30.88.15
Typing reports business legal training wmgmt start sal (opt.) 373 RESORT HOTELS, SUMMER CAMPS, CHEMICAL SECURITY It the most
resumes cassettes transcribed applications 2313, 83MF. 2.12.10.13 CRUISELINES, 8 AMUSEMENT PARKS, powerful, effective & safe self.defense MEAL DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich specialw
A letters notary *etc Available NOW accepting applications for summer. product ever developed Used over 10 / free 16oz drink. BAGELS UNLIMITED
24 hours/7 days/3722777/ 4.30.75.12 Paying $125 to persons w/lnfected cuts, Jobs and career positions For Free information yrs by major police depts, it is now avail. 1620 W Univ Open lam to 7pm.. 2913
scrapes, or other injuries to be on antibiotic package and application; call National to the public. Strong marketing tools, a
Typing $1.00 pg mm, $5 00 Reports, study Blood test required Call331 Collegiate Recreation Services on minimal Investment in product can lead tounlimited
Theses whatever Grad School P.T, List 5379. 2.28.20.13 Hilton Head Island, .South Carolina at 1800.526.0396. earnings For more info phone 15SPRING
WCS 917 NW 13lh 3739822 43075 ((9am 5pm EST. 3733879. 29414 BREAKBahamas

12 Need volunteers for a 2 week study of anew MF) 29313 3nt$189 Jamaica 3nt $289, Ski
psoriasis medication 331.5379. 2. 15 PERSONALSLADIES
Snowshoe'WV 3nt $169, Key West 3nt
Summer Jobs Outdoors, Over 5,000
MICRO CENTERTYPing/ 336 4936. Full 14.10.13S
nll.v.lI. holds !
Extra $39 spot
$139 your
National Parks Forests Fire
Openings ,
& sell service .
compul ng Typing starts @ .
Tours 377 6369 2101915
MAKE MONEYWe Breakaway
Crews Send for free details 113 E
1.50/pg Resumes $6 A Sell service G Finance Is now hiring 3 accounting stamp
MT 59901 3 6.20. buy & sell good used clothing.
Wyoming Kalispell, -
resumes $250/hr. I IS/page Laser students to work part time Applicants .
13 Call Second Act. 373.8527. 4-30 75 15
typeset graphics spell check theses must have been accepted to the account I IFC TRAVEL GROUP
A papers special characters A employ ing school Contact Rex or Jon at 392
Greatprices
Part Warehouse Work VuarneIlC.rrer/Ray.Ban/Galor./
"mem databases mailmerge A training 1623 2.16.11.13 ....
Jamaica $299
Cancun $299
4pm 8pm Mon thru Thur. $5.50 per hour. -reg or rx sunglasses The Optical
WordPerfect ,
specialist Visa/MC 4 30 *.*MARDI GRAS $169 ..*
372.3514 Steve 29313 Laboratory 378.5563. 618 SW 4 Ave 1
65 12 CAMP COUNSELOR NEEDED FOR COED
block from Ala Gen 4.30.75.IS Climb Aboard The Party of your Life.
CAMP Located In northeastern Pa.
Limited
Space
Wanted drivers
Help dependable
ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect New York We have delivery .
near City openingsfor
contact Ed at Joe s Dell at 34 St Natural Foods and Vitamins For more Info/resv/ Call 5pm 9pm.
5 0 ed l/prool/spell all work guaranteed general counselors as specialists in 3782028. 219913Part Birkenstock Sandals. 371.0089 332.9854
English B A. R pp 376.3649. 2132012 both land and water sports. Specialtyareas Sunflower Health Foods 800-783.2262

include baseball, tennis, basketball time Servers and Busboys needed 87 SW 34th St 372-7482 See us every Thurs at Court Side Sportson
TYPing Laser Typesetting soccer, lacrosse, hockey, waterski- .
El Toro Mexican Restaurant 1723 SW 13 4 30 75 15 Unlv across UF
resumes reports* letters etc. ing, sailing, scuba, WSI', canoeing, St 3766989 2.11.2.13 2-11.11-15
376.5465 A 3500 W Umv Ave. windsurfing, gymnastics, archery, fencing PREGNANT? Don't t guess Get Immediatetest
Alachua Word ProceSSIng. 2.12.20.12 arts & crafts, piano accompanist, .
Rocky Rococo Pizza now hiring coun- results from a reliable source STUDY IN ISRAEL, Informational meetingon
drama, radio and rocketry. Pioneeringstaff terpersons and delivery drivers Apply In PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881. 4. programs, credit, cost, scholarships,
Put II In Writ ng. Fast Accurate, Reliable needed for both land and .
canoe trips person at 136 NW 13th St. 3738161. 2. 30.75.15 2/12/90/ / 4-5 p.m., 471 Grlnter, 392 0247.
Service Masters in English: Will correct and for ropes challenge course Other 12915
spelling & edit 124.hrs 373.1937, 2207 opening may be available We will be con 14.5.13 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?Get

12 ducting campus Interviews on March COLLEGIATEIBM special student discounts on exams and COUNSELORS (male & female) for North
8th For information call or Write: G REP supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. Carolina finest 8 week children summer .
Great Typmgi' English maj/ret court rptr Lustig, 60 W. 66th 15E, New York, NY
19 If you're sn energetic per on//..'" oriented 3770881. 4-30.75.15 camp. Cool mountain climate. good
yrs exper legal/medcal/ Excel. 10023; Tel 2127240113. 2.16.10.13NEW and funl not For
Exp.
spellg/proofg From $1.25 Call Jill full time UF student sophomoreor pay great necessary
3779908. 2.28.24.12 above wat/ least' B average and with Look Your Best Everyday! brochure/application: Camp Pinewood,
ENGLAND. BROTHER/SISTER some computer. exp Manpower needs Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for 20205.1 N.E, 3rd Court, Miami FL 33179.
CAMPS MASS. Counselor Positions for Info about the PERMANENT removal of 12715
SCRIBE SERVICES you to promote the sales of IBM personal
Computer/Laser program specialists: Team Sports, Ten Systems-2 On Campua unwanted facial a body hair 3744307. I
Typing Graphics, & Publication
Editing nis; Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire: I __ _ __ __ __ .... -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
Design 818 W. Umv Ave 377.8170. 222.20.12 Mah.Kea-NacBoy.( ), 190 Linden Ave, MANPOWER TEMP/SERVICE P PPPPPPPPPPPPI.

Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeeglrls( ), 16 376-5388 I
Horseneck Road, Montville NJ 07045. 2145-13 I. .
Typing/Word ProcesSing. Quality dependable Please call 1.BOO.778.0520. 4184813Live
service Reasonable rates Laser .
Aspiring actresses & models, get your .
printer 377 8175 til 9:00pm.: 3 16 35 12 In attendant needed to help disabled
chance to be on a local tv commercial rt
man. Free rent close to U.F. Call Lisa at .
The Drivers Side. 2.9.1.13
Pckup/Del Typing and 371-8180 r ;
wordproc near 378.7474, M-F 8am.5pm. 29513 VALENTINE'SBALL
campus. Dependable, quality service. e
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol CRUISE SHIP JOBS. Stewards Stewardess College Work Study I
373.4464, 2.16.11.12 $5,00/hr/ (UF, CWSP only) .
Maintenance. Earn top dollar, guar. Telephone Survey Interviewer

GATOR TYPING Fast Accurate, Low anteed openings. Call now for summer Apply: Bob/Marlh.392.0171. 2.13.3.13 ,' \
1.800.926.8447 ext c1188.
Rates Quality laser printing Discountsavail emp ) (( rif

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February
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TYPlng/Wordprocesslng, WordPerfect Volunteers needed for sixmonthoral .
5.1 i 1. quality work, fast results, low rates, University Centre Hotel
dependable, personal service. Tara 332
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Typing and Wordprocess Legal, the I.I
Sponsored by VISA a S.G.
ses, dissertations, etc. Professional qualIty REQUIREMENTS: Good health; between 18-35 I FREE WITH UF FEE CARD

3722750.&, reliable 2.23.13.12 service Call Nancy, years; no medical problems with oral e $2.00 without fee card

contraceptive use; must be in Gainesvillearea .
TLC for your papers, projects, theses,
etc. Pro wp, Mac 2, laser! Graphics, sp for next six months. e

chk., reasonable, nits, wknds, 373.9619.
blood
BENEFITS: Free physical exam; pap smear; .

TYPING Near Butler Plaza Fast Ser test cholesterol six-month's
vice. $1.25 double space. Call 373.8387. including ; .....................
supply of oral contraceptives.

Word prOCllheSiS-dlSS SpecialistGrad .
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LaserGraphicsSpellPudelCall The Climacteric Clinic'A I rThe
Word Express at 373-0395. Little Sisters

>' research division of( Women Medical and Diagnostic Center ,

13 HELP WANTED For information call 372-5600 .
of theCrimson

CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The
Independent Florida Alligator Must own
reliable van or pick.up truck and be available
from Sam until 9am Monday through Rose

Friday. Must have excellent driving record '
and valid Florida driver license Pay Our
per route plus mileage Apply at the Alligator wishKappa
offices 1105 West University Avenue UeartIs
Ask for the route driver application
.
No calls, please, Affirmative Action/Equal

Opportunity Employer In The Alpha

AVON 375.8S67 RightPlace
Sell Avon Full or Part time We Train
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PERSONALS PERSONALSCONDOMS PERSONALSE PERSONALS CONNECTIONS

WARM-UP SALEon 6 For $5. IS For $10, 25 For Z Tennis the final frontier: our constant String sale at E Z Tennis yesterday, 27 yr. old SWM, enjoys buying gold, cashIng -
$15. Prevent pregnancy and dll..... minion to sell lower than anyone while today, tomorrow nylon $8+, synthetic gut check & making loan looks for dn
all mans and woi warmup luits by Avoid the embarrassment at the checkout maintaining highest quality service 34 St $13+. We mil don't ch.rg.'or' labor EZ creet rel Best Jewelry & Loan 523 NW 3rd
Nike, Adidas LeCoqSportlf & more Get counter Discreetly packaged and confidence PI. 213-5-15 Tennii 2.13.5.15 371-4367. 2-9-5-16
'em while the price It right. Lloyd Clarke guaranteed Five Star Products,PO
1504 NW 13 St 372.7838. 29515 Box 1417, Dept C017, Dublin. OH 43017. Stringing: don get pulled by a cheap Imitation Good tennis shoes under $30, tennis GWM student looking lor same ((20.30)) lor
2.12.5.15 At E Z Tennis, stringing I II an art, shorts shirts, skirts, 25% off; t ihirts 30% discreet relationship Reply P 0 Box 2715
HOT SWIMWEAR not a job. Quality great prices & service off, aerobic wear 50% off where? E Z G'v1ll132602. 2.13.5.18
LADIES: Protect yourself from assault, 2.13.5.15 Tennis 34 ST. 213515
arriving daily! All the newest styles of bikinis rape with CURB tiargai Convenient effective VISA VALENTINE' BALL Feb 10 University .
by Raisins Gotcha, California Proline, $8.98 PH 336.0532. 2-125-15 Interested In weight loss thru nutrition and "How to find freedom"i the topic of Center Hotel, bring friend or meet
a Ipinemi Wear ire at. .Lloyd Clarke phys awareness? Group forming to meet the Eckankar Worship Service Sun. one there Free w/UF/ lee card! 29316'
Sports 1504 NW 13 St. 2 9 5-15 WALENTINE ROSES** Sun. eve Feb.Mar. Call 335.5417 Iv. met 2/11, 11AM, Burger King Mtg Rm. 1542
Cheapen Prices Town W. Unlv Ave. More info: 378.3504. 2.9.
Racquetball racket are 30% off Hit price 2-15 EARN $100 MONTHFor
NAIL CREATIONSNow Doz. $20, 1/2 Doz. $12, Sgl $3.
often manicure, pedicures, nail Call Ted/Amy 336.9178. B 4 U buy or mail order U owe It to yourself your plasma donationi Our fully.automated .
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Like tennis? Love Nike ? Then mint
15 quality products 365 days a year.come products Coming
on, U know where E Z Tennn 34th St stop by & check out the latest at E Z 2.14-5.15 Alpha Plasma Center
***FOR LADIES ONLY*** Plaza 2.13.5.15To Tennis We have It.,period! 2.13.5.15BOCKY M.F :30-5:30-Sat 9302.30
Hot Male Exotic Dancers pull life into your LEARN TO SINGI rock, pop, classicalvoice g SW 1 111 51. 378.9204.
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16.1015 we don't match prices we beat them! Tennis SHAPED PIZZAS. CALL 373 8161. 214 rates Call Joe 371.1544. 221. 18 RIDES
balls are still $1 .88, limit 2. 34 St 5-15 10.15

LASER PRINTING SKYDIVE 45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 4 yri of
limit Skydive with the Wilhston skydiver 336- weekly Frli/Sun/ but tnpi Pets ok pkg
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ATTENTIONStudent
typestyles WE BUY USED CD's
discounts I need a ride to Atlanta GA for 2/18.2/18/
Copper Monkqr Spike's Records Call 37- lor Paul McCartney concert. Call Karen at
PC Lab, 17 b Univ. 372-6500 395-8785. Will pay for gai 2.15-5.18
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Health Services (the Infirmary) JULIO WATCH OUTI! 19 PETSTAKE

will close at 3:30: Record a Love Song for ME NOWI 12 week old kitten, male,
pm RACQUET STRINGING tabby, looking for a good home. Call me at
LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN. valentine. 371-0116. 2.g.3.1g
(instead of 4:00: pm) W.st.te.. "ogene Plato 341h s Unl. your. Studio Call 37.SPIKE lor Ino
well 10 Gainesville Health s '11..11
due to construction at the rec center a74-MOO 16 CONNECTIONSGAY 20 LOST & FOUND

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adjacent to the Infirmary. $ WILD HAIR J SWITCHBOARD Finders If you find Keepers something? you can place a
FREE ad In this section Be kind to someone
$5 HAIRCUT { 332.0700, 24 Hr*. Into/Referral
30-75-16 who lost what you found Call 373-
$20 PERM I FIND.

Hours will resume Sunday, Feb. 11th at 12 noon I 374-8687 Open 7 days < EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease Found on 13th St Svenskt Engelskt
it Gator Plaza Univ & 13th St treatment 28 years exp Or J. Beckum.. mlniatyr Lexikon Call 335.7617 evn. 29
917 W Univ Ave. 376 1288
******************** optometrist 320
2-28-20-16

Found calculator Shands bike rack on
BM Tall seeks tall WM for friendship quiet by
type PO Box 5223 Gnv, Fla 32602 295- 2/8./ Chris 335.4943. 2.12.3.20REWARDIII
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Lost gold watch in commuter lot. Sentimental
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THE Found ATM Card In front of The Union.
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would not have done that well stone, initials CFF in parking lot Grant-
without taking the Stanley H. wood Apts Reward offered Jennifer 395-
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We are entering a very WelL! thanks to Stanley H.
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These changes will be created, in large part, by the people at BNR. And So If you want the best 90. Call 3770593. 2.13.3.20
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several months,32 UF students have champion.The weeks later at the Varsity Courts. UFs national ranking was the first in recent
sparred, shadow-boxed and tested their $5 tickets are on sale atTicketMaster UF leads the all-time series 22-2. history.
strength and endurance to prepare for outlets and on campus outside Matherly and Freshman David Blair,ranked 14th in the Meanwhile, at Charleston, S.C., the UF
tonight's 13th annual Phi Delta Theta Slug- Turlington halls,and the Reitz Union. Addi- nation,will play No.1 singles for the Gators. women's team will compete in its first re-
fest. tional money will be raised through T-shirt USFs top player,Jose Campos, is out witha gatta as an organized squad.
Representatives from four UF fraternitieswill sales and advertisements at the event.Doors hamstring Injury.Meanwhile Intramural basketball poll released
step into the ring in the O'Connell open at 6 p.m.Runners ,at Minneapolis,in the open- While the UF basketball team is cooling
Center at 7 p.m. to raise money for the play host to Indoor meet ing round of the Rolex Invitational, UFs down, intramural basketball is heating up.
Alachua County Boys' Club. After spending several weeks on the road, Nicole Arendt defeated Susan Gilchrist of With one preseason tournament and two
the UF men's and women's track teams Texas 6-4, 6-2, and UF's Andrea Farley de- full weeks of play already in the books, the
return to the friendly confines of the feated Janna Kovacevich of Pepperdine 6-2, intramurals department has released its
O'Connell Center on Sunday to participatein 6-3. Further results were not available. officials' basketball poll.
AROUND SPORTSThe the Barnett Bank Invitational.Last Sail club holds regional regattaThe The Smurfs, winners of the preseason
weekend, the squads sent represen- UF sail club will face nine of the tournament, check in at No. 1, followed by
tatives to the prestigious Millrose Games in South's best teams this weekend at Lake the Brothers and Air Eggplants. Run and
event has grown steadily over the New York, while the remainder of the run- Wauburg when it plays host to the South Guns and the Bushwackers round out the
'years, and Slugfest chairman Steve Scott ners went to separate meets. The last time Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association Top 5,while Sigma Chi,Last Call Tarheels,
said he thinks tonight's turnout will be the UF competed at home was Jan. 14 at the points regatta. Kappa Alpha Psi and Pi Kappa Alpha hold
highest yet. He predicts close to $9,000 to Florida All-Comers Meet. The regatta is one of three that moves down the 6 through 10 positions.
be generated in ticket sales alone. Team scoring will be kept at Sunday'smeet. teams to district and national competitions. Meanwhile,bodybuilders get an opportunity
"This is the largest single-day philan- The Gators will do battle against a Competing along with UF: Georgia Tech, 'to strut their stuff at the Intramural
thropy in the country,"Scott said. "All of the field of 12 other teams, while the Lady Florida State, Central Florida, Eckerd College Bodybuilding Contest next Friday. Ms.
fraternities have been cooperating great, Gators will face 11 other competitors.Field Rollins College, Emory, Auburn and Southern USA 1988, Kimberly Hum, is a
and I expect a really exciting evening." events begin at 9:30: a.m. and run- Alabama. guest and will pose at the event, scheduledto
Phi Delta Theta, Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa ning events begin at 10:30: a.m. Admissionis Sailing is planned for both Saturday and begin at 7:30: p.m. in the Reitz Union
Alpha and Pi Kappa Phi, last year's winner, free.Men's Sunday, but if the wind is substantial Satur- Ballroom.The deadline for participant sign-
will enter eight boxers each into the com- tennis team faces USF day, Sunday's sailing will be canceled. up is 6 p.m. that day in Florida Gym, room
petition. There will be three two-minute The UF men's tennis team opens its dual- The main rivalry of the weekend will be
rounds scheduled for each of the 16 fights match season on the road Sunday against between UF and FSU, because upon com 214.Alligator writers Matthew Moore, Guerry
and two winners in each weight division. South Florida ((0-4)() ). The Gators beat USF pletion of the fall season, UF was ranked Smith,Jeff Moriarty and Shane Best contrib-
The fraternity with the most winners will be 7-2 in Tampa last year but lost 5-4 a few 20th in the nation and FSU was ranked 13th. uted to this report.
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tage is another factor that may helpor
GREGG DOYEL JEFF MORIARTY hurt the UF team. Golf is always
By
Alligator Wnter Alligator Writer unpredictable, and being at home '
The men's golf team's general attitude may not give the Gators an advantage I
The last time the UF women's basketball team about the Gator Invitationalthis especially if the other teams are
met Kentucky, the stakes were a little bit higher weekend is "we better win." used to playing harder courses than
than they will be Saturday when the Lady Gators
And as long as there are no mira- the University Golf Course.
play host to the Lady Kats at 7:30: p.m.
should.
0 cles or disasters they "It's a challenging golf course anda
Last March 6, UF squared off with the Lady Katsin Second-ranked UF will\ play hostto good solid test of golf,"Alexandersaid.
first-round action of the Southeastern Confer- the Gator Invitational at the Uni- "But it's not a real dangerouscourse
ence Tournament and avenged an early-season lossto versity Golf Course today through where you can be humili-
UK. The Lady Gators' 67-64 victory was their Sunday. Playing for the Gators will ated."
first postseason victory since 1985. be Jeff Barlow, Pat Bates, Chris Di-
And since March 6 both have in The Gators completed the fall sea-
squads gone Marco, Dudley Hart and Chris Toul-
much the same direction. Both have improved on 4 son. The best four final scores will\ son with all top three finishes, and
last year's records, although the Lady Kats return count toward the team total. Alexander said such consistency and
only two starters from last year's squad, comparedto Eighteen teams will come from strength should be enough to handle
the added of playing at
pressure
UPs four returning starters. but
around the country to compete,
home and being the favorites.
Kentucky comes into Saturday's contest playing iA UF is the strong favorite to win the
better than it did a year ago when the two squads tournament because of its high rank- Alexander said winning the tour-
met in Albany, Ga., for the SEC tourney, UF coach ing and because the team won last nament individually is always impor-
Carol Whitmire said. year. The only other Top 10 teams tant to the players because golf is
The Lady Kats are 14-6 overall with a game ALLIGATOR PHOTO playing this weekend will be No. 6 basically an individual sport. He said
against Alabama-Birmingham remaining before UF's Rhvonja Smith scored 17 points Tuesday LSU and No. 10 Southwestern loui- Hart will be looking for a win becausehe
meeting 12-9,1-5 UF,compared to Kentucky's 12-16 night against South Florida.it siana. has never won a collegiate tour-
mark a year ago. "On a normal course, they wouldbe nament.
the outside.
"They're playing better, more together," on our toughest competition, DiM- Hart will have strong competition,
Whitmire said. 'Their record is indicative of how Whitmire has the luxury of a red-hot inside arco said. "But this is our course." however. Not only must he contend
they're playing. They've got two starters back, but attack, spearheaded by junior Rhvonja Smith and Coach Buddy Alexander said, with the 85 other players from other
their point guard played a lot last year, and they'vegot freshman LaTonya McGhee, in her corner. Smith however, that being the favorite may teams, but he also must compete
a 6-6 girl on the inside." and McGhee both had 17 points in Tuesday's hinder more than help the team."I against his own teammates for the
The"6-6 girl"in question is center Lisa Ellis, who victory over South Florida, and combined for 25 think that's the general attitude individual victory.
leads the Lady Kats in scoring with 12.5 points a rebounds. they have, and I think that's the
game.The sight of a 6-foot-6 center looming on the attitude they need to overcome," Al- Hart said he does not want to get
McGhee has been the last
unstoppable over exander said. "If look it like tied up in trying to win the tourna-
inside,four inches taller than the tallest Lady Gator, they at
three games, averaging 17 points and 12 rebounds ment, but he just wants to concen-
may be unnerving to UF's post players, but that,they may not perform as well as
during that stretch as UF two
won
games. trate and play the best he can.
Whitmire said they will go right at the Kentucky they might hope.
center. The Lady Gators also can turn to sophomore Some golfers,like Bates,think the "If it comes, it comes," Hart said.
"They're foul-prone, and we're going to take it to center Erika Lang, who scores 10.6 points and tournament could be "an all-out bat- "But as a team, if we all play well,
them," she said. "Ellis is a big girl, but we won't grabs six rebounds a game while playing only 20 tle." there's no doubt we can win this
shy away. We can't look at her and say, 'Let's keep minutes a contest. Having the home-course advanit tournament."


_ Swimming teams play host to Auburn in SEC ChallengeBy I


SHARON GINN But to both teams, Saturday'smeet Because the SEC champion- has been difficult for them to winning 63-47.
Alligator Writer is just another stepping stoneto ships are in less than two weeks, bring down their times this year. Reese already has decided
the Southeastern Conference the Gators have been resting to The women will not be winding which women will travel to Tusca-
For Randy Reese, this weekendwill championships. lower their times. The Auburn down completely until the NCAA loosa,Ala.,for the SEC Champion-
be a milestone of sorts. UFs third-ranked women ((13-1, meet comes at the beginning of championships roll around. ships, but he said he doesn't yet
The UF swimming coach is ex- 5-0 in the SEC) and 11th-ranked this process."I Reese said he doesn't think the know which men will\ make the
pected to capture his 100th men's men ((8-4,3-2)) will face the Tigersin think there will\ be some real unranked Lady Tigers ((2-5-1, 1-5)) trip.That will\ be determined after
dual-meet victory when the Gators the Gatorade SEC Challenge at good races," Reese said. "There and Auburn men's squad ((0-7,0-5)() ) the Auburn meet.
face Auburn. It also will be his final 11 a.m. in the O'Connell Center. will be some signs of a bit more will present much of a problem for
dual meet as the women's head But it won't be Auburn that the rested team." his Gators. Last year, both UF "We have an abundance of
coach, as he will\ coach only the Gators will\ be trying to beat it Reese said the men will be rest- teams defeated Auburn, with the guys,"Reese said, "so it's going to
men in the future. will\ be their own times. ing more than the women because women winning 69-26 and the men be who looks the best."

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Georgia Southern not a patsy for baseball team

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at 6 p.m. and 13-1, but the one loss came weakness is hitting strength. Se- stick for UF,batting.545 ((6-for-ll)
By JASON DAVIS Georgia Southern won 13 of its when WCU silenced their bats fora nior catcher Rob Fitzpatrick re- with a homer. Herbert Perry is
Alligator Staff Writer last 18 games last season and fin 2-1 decision. turns to lead the team with a .330 5-for-10 for a .500 average.

Despite its Division I-AA status, ished in second place in the TAC Georgia Southern will try to do average, swatting 13 home runs Admission to tonight's game is
Georgia Southern very likely will with a 33-27 record. It opens its the same.Sophomore righthanderJoey and 44 RBI last season. free for UF students with a fee
not be a patsy for larger Division I 1990 campaign with this series. Hamilton will start tonight, The Gators have the best of both card.
baseball teams this season. bringing in a 4.52 ERA and a 5-9 worlds.
UF successful Senior
is coming off a Injury report. center
Teams like UF. outing last weekend, winning two record last year. The team's pre- After three games, pitcher John fielder Mike Moberg is listed as
season prospectus says Hamiltonhas Burke appears to be the ace, own-
of three games from the Western questionable for tonight's game
The Baseball
Eagles, picked by
America to win the Transatlantic Carolina Catamounts. The Gators' toughened up and so has ing a 1-0 record and a 1.80 ERA in after suffering a sprained left ankle
the the Eagles' bullpen. five innings of work. Cord Corbittis
hinged
Conference this season, come to success on perfor- Saturday. Moberg caught his
t. Perry Field this weekend for a mance of their offense. Georgia Southern's strength in 1-0 with a 3.00 ERA in six in- spikes on first base as he avoideda

three-game series against the Ga The games UF won, it won big. pitching comes by default, how nings. pick-off attempt. He was on
tors. The first game begins today The Gators posted victories of 18-2 ever. The prospectus shows its Eric Martinez carries the big crutches Sunday.


Gators optimisticfor

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game- vs. Hoyas..

and throw back in their faces."
By DAN STIFFLER
Alligator Staff Writer But if the Gators ((6-12 overall,
2-9 in the Southeastern Confer-
The UF basketball team travelsto ence) are to pull off the upset,they
No. 5 Georgetown on Saturdayto must stop the inside tandem of
play a game already decided in 7-foot-2 Dikembe Mutombo and
the minds of many. 6-foot-10 Alonzo Mourning. Com-
The Las Vegas betting line on bined, the duo averages 27.9
the game is 35 points. Not even points and 18.5 rebounds a game.
fellow athletes, give the Gators a The 6-6 Poole and!! 6-7 I DwayneThe
cnance to win. Davis will draw
"They'vesome the duty of
( UF foot UF basketballteam guarding the
ball players) twin towers.
been talking is a 35-point "We are

'smack' aboutus underdog forSaturday's going to have
getting some matchup
blown out on game problems," said
national television Davis, the I
against against Georgetown. team's leading .
Georgetown," scorer and re- --
freshman forward Stacey Poole bounder, at 13.5 points and 8.3
said. "They want us to go out and rebounds a game. "But we just
play hard, but they're realistic and can't go out there and give up. -aJ
they have to look at it as if we haveno We've got to go out there and play \
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chance in the world to beat hard." ..
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
Georgetown. the Gators focusall
But not
must
UF junior forward/center Dwayne Davis, pictured in a game against Illinois earlier this season, scoreda
But when the ball is tipped up their attention the twin tow
on
26 night in the Gators' effort .
career-high points Tuesday losing against Georgia.sure
at 4 p.m. in the Capital Centre, the ers. The Hoyas' leading scorer is
Gators will take the court believing 6-2 guard Mark Tillman. The senior ," Davis said. "We have to try aggressiveness to win it all." better on the road in the last two
they can win the game. averages 20.5 points a game not to turn the ball over and we Georgetown ((18-2)) can afford to weeks.A .
have to not to let the crowd in out and be
try come aggressive on
he anchorsGeorgetown's
"We're playing them so I feel but, more importantly, victory will brighten a season
the game. defense with Mutombo and the
like we have a chance," Poole said. full-court press. that has gone nowhere but down
When the Gators do break the All-American
Mourning waitingfor
"When you step on the court, you The key to the for the since the departure of senior All-
game press, they will have to go into people to come inside. The
always have a chance to win. Gators is to handle the UF America center Dwayne
press. their offense early as the Hoyas tandem has combined to block 141 Schintzius."It .
And if the Gators end their must get the ball across halfcourtto will challenge the slow-down offense shots.
seven-game losing streak,the football set up their offense. If the Gators of UF.
'They're awesome in terms of would make my year and all
players better be prepared to begin to commit turnovers in the sheer talent and size "
"It's a supreme challenge, interim DeVoe said. the other guys', Poole said. "After
take their own medicine."If back-court, the game could be coach Don DeVoe said. The Gators enter the game aftera losing seven games, I think com

we come back and win," over early. "We're playing the ultimate in a narrow loss to Georgia, 70-65 on ing back and beating a Top 5 team
Poole said."I got a lot to come back "We have to keep our compo- team that has the talent and the Tuesday, and the team has played would make my year.""


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By SHARON GINN Coach Ernestine Weaver said she hopes tice. about when they walk in the door (at the
Alligator Writer that the two teams will be too busy battlingit Compounding things, the Gators almost competition),"Weaver said."A gymnast has
out to pay attention to the Gators."I lost their top all-around gymnast for the too many other worries like the new
The UF gymnasts, who have had their really believe one of those teams will meet. Senior Karen Brennalt strained her tricks they've added."
share of heartache this season, are expertsat be national champions this year," Weaver neck and back muscles on the vault Tuesday She said that without a meet last week-
making the best out of the worst situa said. "With the injuries we've had we don't in practice. end, the gymnasts had time to add some
tions. have the people to do it. It's mathematically Weaver said Brennalt, who has won two difficulty to their routines.
Saturday, their optimism will need to be impossible. We don't have the difficultyskill all-around victories for the Gators this year, Junior All-American Pam Titus, who won
working overtime. ( level)." will travel to Tuscaloosa, but it is not certain the all-around in the Gators' last meet and
The eighth-ranked Gators will take on No. UF lost its three top gymnasts before the whether she will compete in all four events. has proved herself to be a consistent per-

3 Alabama and No. 4 Georgia in a tri-meet 1990 season even started. Six-time All-Amer Even with Brennalt, Weaver said, it will former for UF,hopes the increased difficultywill
Saturday night in Tuscaloosa, Ala. It shouldbe ican Melissa Miller had finished her eligi- be almost impossible for the Gators to beat help the Gators.

a bitter fight between Georgia, who captured bility with the Gators, while returnees either team. So she is thankful winning "Yeah,they're two of the top teams,"Titus
the 1989 NCAA title, and Alabama, Lynette Wittmeier and Janice Kerr were lost meet is not all-important to her gymnasts. said, "but they're just like us. They have to
who won it the year before. for the season because of injuries in pray "Winning is not the first thing they think go out and hit it."




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1"b i141bV1 (ut I" 1 I vt / Un 4 1 N % r ~~ ~I I,.i I By STEPHEN GILLIAND Alligator Writer Women who re ently became' wary of walking through Gainesville may feel ater after attending a free rape-prevention and self-defense seminar Saturday at noon The rape problem is really bad in Gaies ville, said Dan loman, manager at Y K Kim's Tae Kwon Do and Nautilus, which will host the event at 400 Newberry Road Maybe we can stop some of the terrible things that are happenmg," Iman said The four-hour seminar will show women how to prevent rape, what to do if they are attacked and where to go for help if they become a victim of rape, Loman said UF basketball team heavy underdog against Georgetown.2 Bogus salesmen prey on college communities By GEOFF BOUCHER Alligator Staff Writer College studenir are one of he bs s a gets for scams, Swidle and ripofs because of their easy-going lifestyle and idealist out look, local poite and a consumer advocate said Wednesday Better Business Bureau representative George Hood said college towns like Gamesville attract bogus magazine salesmen and phony phone solicitors because students have "trusting attitudes" and tend to beheve offers made by people their own age 'The students say, Oh, um a student anid this person looks like a student. so i'll buy their candy or magaznrs,"' Hood said "l itl the thing is, the people doing the seLling are not students -they ar tring to take ur money and if you write them a thit k. You might as well kiss your money good -bve" Gainesville plsce spvkeswomnmnu I I tlhe I )arnell said college students are tasV IlI V because of then age and bat kground "Students usually have a trusting wAV i living and less 4f life experience,' Dttrnil 11d "Ani d mit ii W he expelwt-nets they hive had ire probably got)d iey wan I i> bebIhve other people are honest and good Darnell siae ret ini Gamesville t ais how itluded a Iran going door [t-door re(pwst ing money to fix Is fit liiiisc Randd nohter complex ploy where people Lin t clim thousdis of dollars itn lisI money -i it hey pay the swiidier a delposa first "We have one local man whot goes around during the holidays playing oii peoples' svimpathies, "Darnell said I'e knot ks on doors, acts real nice anld real plite, and it:ll people he i-ed, 140 beau e hIs prrginil wifeis i Iheir broken down ,Ir irounl lie 4 oner Ift "N o mnvl :i aod 1 "( d t V IT. for Ic nt lI 41 dI T c,;le ist I ll h us every year ieople)lvetb r Letid' [tto 1snd I hor( are 'Ome Lart er (inals who niake then living by tealuig, breiaig i h of ((PIl galmes lo' Ilui [ t iieibrr 'i see Swindle, page 5 M agsle (eiard. I c ouii[s(z with the ilpe ictim Advocaor Program, Ail] duss, the S.vI Is the logram, proviilgs tor 'xtiiuNs of rile in 1989. Ithe progrinm elped I) victims through personal
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J' GJ(;ATOR llDAr I BRIARY I Hs POLICE BLOTTER J Body found in apartment (,mat llu polI(t (It oifirdil% ldd.y' I of r 'iyoar uld I I ~ I II I I t It li I ls 1 li tmn i bIt hiavun' I(eter oiund how 1 dwd. pHIie spokeswnif [ Svdiu it P'oh, lo r li kIuleV lme s I ltl s kntdv had buen i11 'It Northwsc r hird AvInor apiriri it for at as a w kk. I)arne II SIlt (IU body i Jond luesdav It.ter il. property i.iindger nollied a sir.mg moo uc ( Oining roit p.iritmnicit After knocking on the door Neveral tmits, the nianagkr opened the window Ind found (le Inrdy oi the entbut "II doesi't .ilppxar to be foul play. but we won't know L hiligunt' io itiluopsy? slhtsod J Armed man robs drug store An i inifid man with a hadgun robbed a drug .for (?i Norohliwest 23rd StnIr i lnoSd.v night, Gan's t jiulhnlit sold At about 7 f1 pm a bIa k man in his early twenties zith short lair ,rd ,I dark vornph xirn walked int( WHAT'S HAPPI Vote: Stdent Government is '}Yonsoring avit rregistrationdrivt It Itiritigton Halland the SG offices in lit Reiz Union Call Rob. 373 ittzt or 392-1665 A cappella. A cappella, a gospel uaret, will sing it thr Crossroad Church of Christ, 2720 SW Second ret ,onighlat 7 Call I-ddIe Howard ,Ii Stolt Ilolowsko at 378-14/i or 112 318, ext 281 TaI Chli: Two films of Professor (lhng Man Ch'ing demonstrating ["if Chi will be shown, followed by I demonstration. talk anddiscussion by Fttrick Watsn and the staff of hlit School of roi Chi Chuan. Satin day night it 6 cin Reitz Union Roomr l CIll Scott Farber. 3920724 Love Is In the air: VISA, Volun(cr5 for International Student Alairs, sponsors a Valentine Ball Frtittm )rugs, 6250 NW 23rd .and tiskul 1Il Lishit for ( hinge WhIn si lototIke Ip hom it E ol "e'isk r, 'I nin poin Id a Ihndgiun it her it took on indi]s Josed ifount of mnney and lIlt in foot, IhtitlIig clor bn Northwest 2 3rd Sart lptli& It I Irdi arntl 'id 'olla believe khi mani is bout ret If inches tall kid weighs 180 pounds, she soid J Man robbed A groupof young nain Iuesday right blox k of Northeast sod and beaten with stick male, robbed and beai ,18 year old as he wis walking along th look) Eighth Aveinue. tnusyvrl pohu At about It 30 p mr. three blutek inas about 16 to 18 years old approdched the man on the north side of Tho lreelt, asked him for money then beit him, police spokeswoman I Sd I )arnell said it, robbers, one of whom beat the nian with a stick, took the money frorn his pockets and ran away, she said -MIKE BRUSCELL NING Salirday night at 9 attheli University Center Hotel, 1535 SW Arther Rd Freewith UFfee card Call37I 7598 Straight from the heart: The Tran sfer Activities Council holds its iinial Valentine Party tonight ati9 at 5 la Mancha Apartments, 914 SW 8th Ave. Call Matt Bald, 376-1757 Too many to choose, from: The Catholic Student Center softball team sponsors a dinner/dance Saturday night at 7 at the Student Center Intmnge, 1738 W University Ave $3 for dinner and dance, $2 for dance Call 372-3533 Forfoik.: International Folk Danersteath tonightatSin the Norman Hall Gym Call Nancy. 37b-074. or Trm. 377-3341 Conference for women: there will be a conference "Networking Revisited. sponsored by theGames ISSN 0889-2423 ville Areas Women's Network and the Santa Fe Community College Resource Center-Focus on Women at the Gainesville Hilton, 2900 SW 13th St., Saturday morning at 9 30 Call 3754i83 ext 6600 It's free! 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Dean to decide protester's fate By DUANE MARSTELLER Alligator Writer Although the Student Conduct Committee has recommended she be put on one years conduct probation, l stu dent Michelle L Diamond said no punishment will stop her from fighting racisr Diamond met with Student Services Dean James Scott Wednesday, where she learned the committee found her guilty of breaking four UF conduct rules when she climbed aboard a replica of Christopher Columbus' ship "Nina" Dec 11 to protest the Flonda Museum of Natural History's "First Encounters" exhibit. School budgE 'The punuh ment won't hamper my activities i any way,' Diamond said "I still am firmly committed against rac ism Citing the Buckley Amendment, which prohibits the release ofa student's academic and disciplinary history, Scott would not confirm Wednesday he had met with Diamond or told her what the Committee recommended Diamond received a letter from Scott Thursday confirming the committee's charges and its recommendation that she receive a year's conduct probation The letter said she was guilty of disorderly conduct, unauthorized use of public property on campus, failingto comply with university rules and regulations t revisions sought By JUDY A. PLUNKETT Alligator Staff Wnter Education should be first in Florida, and legislators should take more time to review school budgets before they vote, said a state legislator who visited I Thursday Sen. Marlene Woodson-Howard, R-Bradenton, is proposing a state constitutional amendment that would change the dates legislators talk about education dollars. Education is usually the last budget item considered, but Woodson-Howard wants to make it the session's first budget prionty. Although the move might not give education see Education, page 4 and interfenng with the eiftoictrment (i the aiidenL Conduct C ode SwOtt received the recoimendaini by the five member student condu I coninttee some time after its hearing Tuesday night and will meet with Dia morid next week before decidilg on her punishment. if Diamond doesnl like Scott's decision, she can appeal to Sindent Affairs Vice President Art sondeen But she said she doubts shell do thai "I don't see a need to appeal," Diamondsaid "I believethey feel I'mguilty, that they don't care about defending other people's nghts I question the university's validity in charging me with see Diacond. Page 4 Police charge student with DUI after crash By MIKE BRUSCELL Alligator Water A I junior charged with drunken dnvmg Thursday morning had a rough ride that caused more than S40,000 of damage to three automobiles, a Gainesville police spokeswoman said. Cornejo Lis Ennque Ponce, 21, was charged with driving under the influence and careless driving, Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said He crashed going an estimated 70 mph at about 15a m 25feeteast of the intersection between West University Avenue and Northwest 22nd Street, she said. Ponce was released from Alachua General Hospital after being treated for a fractured elbow and a minor head jury Ponce said he probably deserved the DUI charge because he had six or seven beers a couple of hours before he left a friend's house to go home see Crash, page 4 FRIDAY F3RUARY 9 l#9. ALJCA1UR 3 Local residents oppose center IN THE END 90 F E S TTM THERE CAN rKA KA TONIGHT 7 p.m. 0' CONNELL CENTER BE ONLY ONE. I By JOHN F. BERRY Ahigator Writer Those who oppose building a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center near a mental health center and within 1000 feet of Idylwild Elementary School, vow to keep fighting, despite the Alachua County Commission's decision to approve the site plan The Alachua County Commission voted 4-to-I Tuesday to approve the site for construction Commissioner Penny Wheat cast the dissenting vote Patncia Bennoist, a volunteer with the Glad Alliance For The Mentally III, said that she and local residents are considering legal action to prevent moving the Sid Martin Bridge House from 516 SW 2nd Terrace to its new site oil Southwest 13th Street, near Williston Road "We are considering a class action suit," she said. "In our opinion, we feel the needs of the mentally ill are being ignored by Mental Health Services, We don't want a drug rehabilitation center built near the mentally Al." Bennoist helped found GIADAMI, a Gainesville-bawed group advocating the rights of the mentally il. Bennoist and 24 local residents are acting independently of GLADAMI Construction on the center may begin this week, said MHS Executive Director Douglas Starr A fence will block the view of the 57-bed building when it is completed in August Although the area will not be enclosed by the fence, Starr said nearby residents should not worry because the center's residents are forbidden from leaving its grounds. S L U G 'fit's | (DAO

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ELSEWHERE Jackson visits South Africa 'OWE I0, SouthAfrita (11!) -Civil rightsactivist sNe lack Sol urged Prsi den Fredenk de Klerk lbirsday to 'goall the way and replace four decades of apartheid rule with lull democracy to prevent further turmoil in racially divided South Africa Ji kson began his first full day in South Africa since 1979 by attending a prayer breakfast with senior South Afrian church leaders, then toured the black satellite tiy of Soweto south of Johannesburg speakng to about loa) teachers at Funda (Learn) olege. who chanted VivaJesseJackson" and 'ANC, AN ( (Afrit an National Congress), Jackson likened liIt. n lit ions of his upbnng in g to aparth ed Asa Afrnt an American, when I grew up in GreenA'e, South Carolina we lived under the laws of aparthud We had to go to the back of the bus, we could nor use the same water iountaos as whites the same bathrooms I went to jail for trying to use a library So we've known jail," Jackson said Plan to execute dru FAT IAHASSEE. Fla (UPI) -House Speaker Tom Guiason strongly endorsed Gov Bob Martinez' (tat h tor-d rug-dealers' proposal Thursday as a way "(I o them the knd If damage they do to us [ ve gor) absolutely no problem winh exercising the decb pen'falty on anybody who ran seriously jeopardIA' this state as drug smlggler' do'' Gustafson said iring a news conferente As lar as In concerned, we're at war. and the only hlterense is we haven't recognized it Soon enough," he said Martm et called Wednesday for legislation to perat iihe t(nutioin of dealers trafficking in more than 150 kilo id cocale or 30 kilos It opiates such as heroin, I t ir e s II wlther the Ideal i inked ( o ny i n lih'dal death ple people Iho Iar involved in drug traftkiig in (Iii state are kiing ii, Thyv'rv killing our dtuldren nul 1hey'r trying To kill our nati and we ought to get swrouis aboutktakinimi hr out a k (jutk as possible by (he most serious means available" 'Gustafson said. "Arandlia" (power) Jackson called at the end of hIs address, using the cry of mutant blank naTonaists, to receive theanswernngawethu" (to thepeople) from his audience The two-time presidential candidate said de Klerk's reform package unveiled last Friday was "niarvelous" but pointed out that black nationalist Nelson Mandela is still in prison and a 43-month-old stateofemergency is still partially in place "He offered hope to those who have been disenfranchised, hope by unbaning various organizations, hope by repealing restrictions on thepress, hope in the release of political pnsoners even it affects only 5 percent, and hope for the release of Nelson Mandela,"Jackson said But at breakfast he urged de Klerk, whose National Party has ruled the country since 1948, "to seize this great moment in history and go all the way" by abolishing the country's racist laws and implementing multi-racial democracy g dealers endorsed Criminal Justice Committee Chairman Ron Silver, D-Miami,said there would beconstitutional problems in executing anyone whose behavior was not directly tied to a death. "Dat's a great legal argument, and I really don't care" Gustafson said. Gustabson was less enthusiastic about other Martinez proposals, including the governor's plans to spend nearly $140 million to build 9,417 new prison beds, following last year's expansion of 9,368 beds He said he was leaning toward increased state aid to county jails, which he hoped could be expanded to free up prison beds for more serious offenders, but was awaiting a study on the use ci prison space before tenesting his own plans He welcomed reports that Martinez' budget. due Feb 15, stll include a 12-cent increase in the state cigarette tax, but added the $168 million the plan would raise will not offset the budget shortfall of at least $1 billion projected by House and Senate analysts. DIAMOND when she refused to get off The probation, she won't be allowed to DIAm pagship. She and other protesters said be an officer in any student orgafro page 3 the exhibit, which depicts nization registered at UF or a UF fighting against racismand oppres Columbus' voyage into the WestathleteJudicial AffairsDean Irene ,Ion era Hemisphere, was racist beStevens said. If Diamond breaks UFpolice arrested Diamond and cause it didn't show Spanish another conduct role while on procharged her with trespassing and mistreatment of native Indians bation, she can receive a harsher resisting arrest without violence If Diamond is put on conduct punishment Stevens said CRASH on Northwest 21st Terrace before from his car. No other injuries from page 3 the car left the road, hitting a tree were reported, Darnell said, -stump and a parked car Ponce Ponce, who said he fell asleep at "I had been drinking," Ponce kept driving down Northwest 22nd the wheel, said the last thing he said. "I shouldn'thave been diving Street until the car lipped onto the remembered before crashing was because I had been drinking It's dnver's side, skidded into a yard leaving his friend's house Ponce lust my fault that I was driving like at 2206 W University Ave and said he was tired because he studthat." turned completely over and back led for exams this week on its wheels According to police, Ponce "But I guess driving in my car drove his 1989 Chrysler Sedan Ponce was thrown from the car, alone, I got tired and sick."he said. through a red light at West Univer which crashed into anotherparked "I think if there was someone in sity Avenue and North-South car before stopping, Darrell said the car, it wouldn't have hapDrive, then weaved between lanes He was found about 30 feet away pened. EDUCATION from oage 3 more money, Woodson-Howard said the change would give legislators an opportunity to scrutinize the education budget and shift money to programs that need it "I want to bring it into the sun shine where everybody can look at it," said Woodson-Howard, If passed by voters Nov. 6, the change would also require legislator to wait 48 hours after the last amendment is put Into the budget before it can be passed. WoodsonHoward said the extra days would give legislators time to make sure the budget is free of "turkeys, pet projects legislators often attach to the budget, UF Governmental Relations Vice President Al Alsobrook said he does not yet know UFs official stand on the amendment, but agreed the budget often is rushed through, not giving legislators enough time to read it as thor. oughly as they would like. "This would say that education's too important to rush through'" Alsobrook said To put the amendment on the ballot, Woodson-Howard must get 363,000 registered voters to sign petitions. She said she will enlist the help of all groups who are affected by the education budget, including state university students and the lobby group that represents them, the Florida Student Association. Iso Si IF oolo I '.P, I -M* i'' 'FCIiY$5 OF F [)I i t '(, IRTIN 30O rfl Ir~Stuj CITY 378-6165 A 'I fl'4 NIN.~MAN% ~k I TAN NAKED I I)K if I PVI D q I II M IIXh 10-60% EVERYTHING ~69 *.a olrE1O8KCASE r'x 7r xlrtn. a eavsas new ki@M Aa11II willtuamicitaws sy eni. saag $59 a Solh STUB all pll VCR 00. A.S.lbl a whiit RI SM a .--". -"Iw FIT SPCC yPouea 4 I I I P I a r e h o h p o P r c f n n Of J vFIi S 'T 1 '4d1, S'urjc' Serij~ h Sol rn Q' Iff 9 1 I' '. ->t* j'tI, lIsT forcrai s c'rne fr M I I. .'' 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SWINDLE from page 1 something sounds too good to be mrue, 99.9 percent of the time it's a scam Hood said consumers can avoid np-offs by making checks out only to companies, never to individuals. He also said avoid salesman who claim they are selling products to earn points toward trips or scholarships, advice UF junior Cindy Solomon says she wished she had heard earlier. Two weeks ago, Solomon told the two magazine salesmen who came to her Beaty Towers East room that she couldn't afford subscriptions, but the duo insisted she could help them without spending any money They told her she could write a check and cancel it on the spot, a strategy that would earn them points toward a trip without touching her bank account Solomon never expected the two checks totalling $15695 to reach the bank, and when the first one did, it bounced. contacted the company She and was told its policy is to cash all checks and refund canceled orders later Solomon said she will have to wait weeks for a refund and will lose money because of bank penalty charges "1 really got screwed over," Solomon said "If they ever come around again [ won't be nearly as nice Or as naive Hood said magazine deals similar to the one that victimized Solomon can Also leave the salesman out of money "Some companies go around and soicit young people to sell these magazines, then they take them out of [own and promise money, travel and three meals a day if they FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1990. AMJICAIUR. 5 sell subscriptions," flood said "They drop them off in this other town and tell them to work a certain area or block, and tell them they'll pick them up ai t hi end of the day at a meeting plate 'The thing they don't tell them is that their hotel room and meals are subtracted from their sale," Hood said "So the kid make" $60 selling subst rptions and they tell him he owes $75 for his bills, he doesn't have enough and they leave him standing out on the highway 373-1234 ccre 23rd Aamsesa 375-1234 Valentine's Day Nis11 Roses A3|a. $29.95 Dz W HEEL/ SEW QUIK -I-, Mrs," -14r -**II -n e kiSl'n *hopr*ptn 7 d a pi r,R'"ll2rg I W w Iwn -o .a wIM *'I pa ds,. .t *N, prik. 0.0. M Ia' Ol 3. 1 N fl H .yIy T.Vd.y VALENTINE 4* ly BALLOON erFT nMAP LET US PUT YOUR SWEETHEARTS GIFT INSIDE A BALLOON T OAKS MALL T yyyyqTyyyvyyy ~n -I Heart-Shaped Pizza SHellum-Filled Balloon. Card, Cheese pizza Toppings 95c $6.95 3734161 136 MW 13th St. ) MYERS SERVICE CENTER OiN a Tnd Ite UpI.s 4-cylinder $24.16 I 6-cylinder $28.74 I (some models slightly more ) WE NOW SELL TIRES aNE35hAV 341111 Ra I n 1111" 311.41 0

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AIJIlGAIUR, I i[DAY I IHREARY9 OPINIONS Darts & laurels A big, fat DART to us for putting a Vision party button with Jace Jackson's resume and a Today party button with Kevin Mayeux's resume in a profile package of the candidates Thursday We know there is no greater wrong than identifying a politician with the opposite party and we truly regret the error Please remember -Mayeux is the vice presidential candidate for Vision and Jackson is the vice presidential candidate lor Today IA!TREL to members of file Black Student Union for paying their debt early. Former leaders of the group nssed uj) two years ago and Student Government caught them last year. The debt made front-page news and 1BSU members felt everyone was out to get them. Au contraire -we were out to get at corruption. New President Roxy Oliver accepted the debt and vowed to pay it off "The goal of my administration was to upgrade BSI 1s image and pay off the debt to SG -not to proVC ol ourselves -but to show the campus that we're a strong and viable gi out)," she said You did it. DART to the student politial parties for acting likw children C candidate debates ari in full swirg and so are the actions that have given SG a bad lap since day one It's unfortunate the candidates don't use more time convincing students they are worthy of office and less time making the other party look bad. Sending flunkies to sabotage debates by submitting questions to fluster opposing candidates does not show us how intelligent you are Besides, the debates are for the students to learn more about you Give them a chance to ask the questions DART to all UF students who haven't registered to vote in Alachua County, The last day to register is Monday and Student Government is making it easy by having a sign-up table in front of Turlington Hail. It takes about three minutes to take an oath and sign the card. There is no reason not to register here. If you are involved in politics in your hometown, that's great but it couldn't possibly affect your life more than Gainesville elections next month. Remember Take time out today to think about Tiffany Sessions. It was a year ago tonight that she disappeared. She is one of us -a student, a friend, a roommate, a classmate. Think about last year, Did she sit next to you in class? Did you sit across the table from her at the library or stand behind her in line at the grocery store? Did you hear her or someone else talk about something that might be connected with her disappearance? Her friends and family have been missing her for a year and each day blurs the information surrounding her disappearance and makes it harder to find her. If anyone knows anything about Tiffany, what she was talking about in class the day before she disappeared or who she might have been with, tell someone so they can find her. alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Letters Policy Letters to the sdito stul not i emcied 200 wosds .baut 00. l-ty 10 lsge} They Snuld M lsed. iunseid nd .W rt They .ud inciu. a bee nam .&asI lnd t.agaan1 nutt.t N.a. will -whtr .nit ,,. liato .W usn jug yic ha. .u a aeu.inu .call Us. .dlO~l pq.dlt at 376,0159 tbL~.th ~ ii~l Iit Onea, b lies his tr ik Is i y isou N asI _-7 Voting can make a big difference J 7hs s the last of a three part series by Student Body President EdScales Today Srudent Governments role in campus life and the importance of voting The Alligator editorial board is quick to rtroize broad, longrange SC campaignn promoes urimg issues about which SG has only remote, if any. control Such criticism is silly The student body president can[ Snlap his or h< r fingers and bring in full time academic advisers or phone registration But if it weren't for sG laying i, groundwork on such major issues, and if SG leaders did not prod administrators who are fundamentally opposed to change, those substantive issues, whi t are of far greater magnitude than sprinklers and two-day elections, would never see the light ot day Students havea nght to know SG candidates goals, priorities and concerns, regardless of how difficult or seemingly impossible they are Il accomplish Furthermore, puttingthings on aplatform that arealready being planned is not an altogether bad thing Many times, this university puts plans on paper for wonderful things, but without SG's prodding, they would never come to fruition Some examples are all-irione identification cards, phone registration, fulltime advisers, computerized advising, minority retention, academic honesty and athletic integnty Why two-day elections is such a controversial campaign issue absolutely baffles me For any candidate to support twroday elections when more than 75 percent of UF students wouldn't vote even if we had month-long elections is pulling. SG leaders also represent those who don't vote Ask that super-majority if they want their Activities and Service Fees spent on a doubly expensive extra voting day, and I think you'll get a resounding "No The burden falls squarely on SG candidates, the media and SG itself to show UF students why it is important to vote on voting day. Candidates who are unable to motivate voters into voting on a single day should stop looking for procedural scapegoats and start locking at their own campaign tactics And finally, student need to vote, Vending machines are addictive too Edhor: I can't stop. I can't control myself. But it's okay, because if it's bad for me then the "powers that be" will help me stop And if I don't I want to. they'll ban my habit-formfl e Ed Scabn O N POLITICS I am a huge Ollie North fan, and it was my decMio o pend almost $25,000 of SG money to bring huri to IF I am also a fan of Tom Petty, David Crcsb George iarlm, George Torogood and C Everv i boop I am even an admirer of Ed Koch I don't really like the B-52's, the Indigo Girl or Joan Jell, but it was my decision to spend alwos400,000 of SG money to bring all of the above to I I lany students have disagreed with many of the decisions [hit S; made this year and in the paY Many students have told me so. The point is that 5K has a tremendous role in student life on this canpur sG is not a silly little game with a bunch of politico' building resumes with $4 5 million Sure there are people like that in SG But ory voting for good people can change that. So ask do, funny little people who are handing out platform balloons and lollipops what they think are iportani issues and SG priorities and where they think At tivities and Services fees should go. Currently the approximately S180,000 of interest revenue from UF's Activity and Service Fee is used at the discretion of the Provost's office to retruit students using merit-based scholarships, I feel this money should go back Into the accotl, to serve all students and to ensure against future fet increases Recruitment ofhonor students is importal[, but funds for such recruitment should come from sources other than interest on student fees. However. I don't feel I should unilaterally mak( this decision. Therefore, I am supporting a referee dum on the SG ballot to let students decide whit should be done with what is clearly "their" money, But if you agree with a candidate's view, vote for them If you don't, vote against them. But please appraise yourself of the issues and vote Feb. 14 It i, Important ig contraband, and then I'll naturally have to stop. L,,s tell the smokers to go outside, in air not Owned by UP of course, but what about -1 shud. derthose horrendous vending machine patrons? Aaaaagh, those slobbering disgustingrunk food addicts who can't say no to tne addictive highs of caffeine and sugar! I can only take comfort in know ing tomorrow is another day, another ban, Ah, the end of the student With the Snickers, the professor with the pipe. Perhaps a pacifier will suffice Jesdny Farley JM RQLE *WMCN D EKERtISSiYk I 1 i Franklyti* 4 ; t MAM cuts &'t Isklunt to R.,11 io beans.

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BROWNE from page 1 I first got hereand the person who's learning about the university every day," he said Being elected student body president would fulfill a prediction SG insiders have made since Browne was Student Senatepresident in 1988 After spending a year as Senate's first and second-in-command, many considered Feb 14'selection to be Browne's next logical step. Unlike many who have sat in the president'soffice, Browne isn't a law student, and he has no political plansaftergraduation But the marketing senior said he admires students who serve as role models. "Whateveryou do, if you're the top ofyour field, or at least striving to be, I admire that," he said. As senate president, Browne was at the top oflus field for six months, and he'sproud of the model he set for senate's 80 members When Browne tookover, senators stopped wearing tank tops and shores and started wearing dresses and ties And although Senate often didn't have enough representatives present to pass laws before Browne's election, meeting quorum was no problem during his term Senate seats often remain open because students don't want to fill them, but Browne filled Senate for the first time in eight years 'Tm a problem solver," he said "I brought pride back into Student Senate" Browne is particularly proud of the ad-hoc committees he started The committees were established in addition to the ones student body law mandates, and he said they gave senators a chance to get involved One senator who became more involved because of Browne's adhoc committees is political science junior Kinstme Lambert She chaired the communication committee, which sent letters to college councils and area governments, explaining what senate was doing "hat's what started me doing stuff," Iambert said. If elected, Browne said he will resurrect the committees, this time in the form of executive directorships. The positions will be given to anyone interested in joining SG, he said. Browne said he has talked to everal student groups since he began campaigning, and he has learned a lot He ability said he feels a great responsito tackle students' concerns when he hears them ask where their financial aid is or why they can't go to the library safely at night And if elected, Browne said he hopes he will solve their problems and leave behind something to be remembered. "People will forget who Michael Browne is and what the Vision party stood for," he said "But maybe students will benefit from programs or bus shelters or a safer campus or a city commissioner who was a student," VITALI from page 1 "I would be an advocate for all sludenis on the campus, not a small minor ty Vitali said. Vital said many students fee left out at UF they want to participate but don't fn-lI comfortable, he said "1 want to change tha," Vitali said Vitali also wants to get lull time academic advisors for ILL and more financial aid money for stu dents The state legislature has promised both services in the past, but hasn't been able to Find the money, Vitals said "These aren't luxuries, they're necessities for top u rivers, it'. he said Convincing the Board of Re gents, the 13-member panel that oversees the nine state universities, and legislators that UF needs more money isn't an easy job Lobby directorTimCeno and Student Body President Ed Scales have worked hard to get more money for UF Scales admits the job isn't easy. "You have to work with the Regents," Scales said "You can't work against them" Although Vitali has many goals to attain if elected president, he'll have to juggle his executive duties with his other commitments. 's Vitali is a doctoral candidate and a nuclear engineering researcher for the Strategic Defense Initiative. SDI, commonly referred to as Star Wars, is a proposed defensive shield of satellites built to destroy missiles fired at the United States Vitali is working on a system to supply power to the satellites He said he's trying to developalonglasting, lightweight power source for SDI Vitals is proud the U.S government selected UF researchers to work on SDI "The government chose 16 universities to do basic research for SDI," Vitali said "Florida is the only school still working on the system But Vitah said his research and doctoral thesis won't affect his ability to run SG FRIDAY. FEBRUARY9, 199, AIjGAUR. 9 'All peslerts are siudtns. Vilah sid 'This something I want to do Research also helped \icla betonim an inventor As a resear( I ,issistait, Vitali designed and built a ion liiitig. X-ray food irradiator Vitah said ihe system he level oped will increase food quality and produetion Between inventing and doing reweart h Vitali also found time to tutor athletes for the University Athletic Association Vitali said he helped athletes keep their grades up in tough courses such as engineering analysis and differential equations "Tnose aren't easy courses I taught, he said Evenwith all the tough problensof being tF's student body president, Vital said he is ready. "I enjoy the challenge of solving probtems," he said Candidate W.sun Name: Juan A Vitali Age: 27 Major: Student Body President 4 I,, B.S., M.E Ph D. candidate -Nuclear Engineering Student Government Experience: -Student Senator -Replacement and Agenda Committee, member -Judiciary Committee, member --Affairs and Ethics Committee, member -Honor Court Associate Justice Other Experience: -Campus Planning Assembly, member -Intergroup Relations Committee, member Minority Student Roundtable, chairman -Hispanic Student Union. founder/president Benton Engineering Council, programs vice chairman -Hispanic Engineer's Society, vice president -Search Committee. Minority Affairs asst. dean -Screening Committee, Student Financial Aid director -Florida Blue Key, member Candilate 1esum' Student Body President Name: Michael Browne Age: 21 Major: Marketing senior Student Government Experience: -Student Senator --Senate President -Senate Pro Tempore -SG Executive Committee, member -Replacement & Agenda Committee, chairman -Budget & Finance Committee, vice chairman Other Experience: -University Senate -Academics cabinet, associate director -Public Relations cabinet, associate director Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, member

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GAI; t A, PERSONALS WARM-UP SALE or all mons and was warmup suIts by Nike Adidas LsCo Sporti! & rnore Got em while the price a right Lloyd Clarkes 1504 NW 13 St 372 7836 29 5 15 HOT SWIMWEAR rrv g daily All the rwest atSyis of b'k' rus by Raisns Gotch a California Proli n 8 lpanema Wear are at Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13 Si 295 15 NAIL CREATIONS Now offers manicures, pedicures, nail Sculpting rlai arrlitry wraps, electrolysis waKing 4432 NW 23rd Ave Suite 9 373 9790 Open Mon Sat 8 0 8 7 16 l 0 15 ***FOR LADIES ONLY** Hot Male Exotic Dancers puls IIr ntoyour PARTY we come to you' *376 9833* 2 16 10 15 Student Health Hours will resume PERSONALS CONDOMS 6 For 15 11or $10 25 For $15 Prevent pregnancy and disease Avoid the embarrassmen rt 3 r hecNckou counIer 0dscreeIly packaged and conI' dence guaranteed Five Star Poducrs PO Box 1417 Dept C017 Dublin OH 43017 2 12 5 15 LADIES Protect yourself Tiom assault rape wih CURB Isagas Convenient of fecTIve $8 98 PH 336 0532 2 1? 5 15 T*TVALENTINE ROSESTYMY Cheapest Prices In Town DoI $20 ? 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Love N'ke prodlcTs' Then shop by & check oul the Iliest at Z Tenn,, We have it period' 2 13 5 15 ROCKY ROCOCO DELIVERS HEART SHAPED PIZZAS CALL 373 8161 2 14 5 15 LASER PRINTING ac;R~c. red limit no Wsit mny ""Ims VOIUmI disc otirt PC Lab, 17 & Univ. 372-650 MACUPT SWIN INC .W.T.,,. W,. Na' o0 s.'nna Him. lt & Filn4S1 1W WHERE THil RE IS MORE TALK. PERSONALS STring sale i -/ I len s yesordady today tomorrow nylan $6, synihe'ac pr $13, We s11i don t charge for 'aho F / [onns 2 13 5 IS Good mennus shops ndor shorrs, shirts skirls 25%. off off aerob'c wer 50% of Ionis 34 1S 2 13 L 15 $30 trn,'s I stla lk0% where' F "How to find freedom" Is the lpe of The Ecknkar Worship ServIce Sun 211, 11AM, Burge, King go Ram, 1542 W Univ Ave More Into 378 3104 2 9 2 is DECLINE O1 Wasfe(rI Crvrlrtatro Is 2 14 5 15 I EARN T0 SINGI rock pop classical voice lessons 11 F r A Ge, droon Rea sonabl t abs Call Joe 371 1544 2 21 to is SKYDIVL Skyd ve with In W 1lISTon skyd'vers 33b ,770 3 r IS ,5 WE BUY USED CD's Spike's Records -Call 37SPIKE JULIO WATCH OUT! Record a Love Song for our valentine 0o,k0 Studio Call 3 7 5PIK E or ino -16 CONNECTIONS WILD HAIR a GAY SWITCHBOARD $5 HAIRCUT 332 0700 24 Hs inojfslsrral $20 PERM 4-30 75 1S 374-8687 open 7 days a EYE EXAMS. contact lenses eye disease Gaor Plata UTv 3b Si reatment 28 years Nsp Dr J Beckum optometrisI 917 W Univ Ave 376 1288 BM Tal seeks [all WM lor friendship quin, type Po Box 5223 Gn Fla 32602 9 5 is -ii our world is changing In significant ways We are entering a time when distance will mean very little When people will be able to communicate with each other anywhere in the world Instantly. When people will be able to exchange information across a continent as easily as across a desk. These changes will be created, in large part, by the people at INR And by you, if you work with us We are the research and development subsidiary of Northern Telecom, one of the world's leading producers of fully digital telecommunications systems. 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In AILJ&AOI. IRltAY, FERIIARY9. Im No more words: Slugfest For several months, 32 [F students have sparred, shadow-boxed and tested their strength and endurance to prepare for tonight's 13th annual Phi Delta Theta Slug fes Rvpresentauves from four UIF fraternities will step into the ring in the O'Connell Center at 7 p m to raise money for the Alai hua COIuty Boys Club A ROUND SPORTS Ihe eivti has grown steadily over the years, and Slugfest chairman Steve Scott said he thinks tonight's turnout will be the highest yet. le predicts close to $9000 to ho, generated in ticket sales alone "This is the largest single-day philanthropy in the country," Scott said "All of the fraternities have been cooperating great, and I expect a really exciting evening Phi Delta Theta, Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa Alpha and Pi Kappa Phi, last year's winner, will enter eight boxers each mio the componion There will be three two-n ue routiN scheduled for each of the 16 lights and twi winners in each weight division I he fatentyiv with the most winners will be champion The $S tickets areon saleatTecketMaster outlets and on campus outside Matherly and Turlington halls, and the Remlz Union Addtional money will be raised through T shirt sales and advertisements at the event Doors open at 6 p m Runners play host to Indoor meet After spending several weeks on the road. the UF men's and women's track teams return to the friendly confines of the O'Connell Center on Sunday to participate in the Barnett Bank Invitational last weekend, the squads sent representauves to the prestigious Millroste Games in New York, while the remainder of the runners went to separate meets The last time UF competed at home was Jan 14 at the Florida All-Comers Meet leam wzormg will be kept at Sunday's meet The Gators will do battle against a field of 12 other teams, while the lady Gators will face II other competitors. Field events begin at 9 30 a m. and running events begin at 10-30 a in Admission is free. Men's tennis team faces USF The UF men's tennis team opens its dualmatch season on the road Sunday against South Florida (0-4) 'he Gators beat USF 72 in Tanpa last year but lost 5-4 afew fighters fac weeks later at the Varsity Courts UF leads the all-time series 22-2. Freshman David Blair, ranked 14th in the nation, will play No I singles for the Gators USFs top player, Jose Campus, is out with a hamstring injury U Meanwhile. at Minneapolis, in theopenIng round of the Rolex Invitational, UF's Nicole Arendt defeated Susan Gdlchrist of Texas &4, 6-2, and UF's Andrea Farley defeated Janna Kovacevich of Pepperdine f-2. 63. Further results were not available Sall club holds regional regatta The UF sail club will face nine of the South's best tennis this weekend at lake Wautburg when it plays host I, the uth Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association points regatta The regatta is one of three that moves teams to district and national competitions. Competing along with [IF Georgia Tech, Florida State. Central Florida. Eckerd College, Rollms College, Emory. Auburn and Alabama. Sailing is planned for both Saturday and Sunday, but if the wind is substantial Saturday. Sunday's sailing will be canceled The main rivalry of the weekend will be between UF and SIT, because upon tompletion of the fall season, [IF was ranked 20th in the nationand FSU was ranked 1301 e off tonight UF's national ranking was the first in recent history Meanwhile, at Charleston, SC, the UF women's team will compete in its first re gatta as an organized squad Intramural basketball poll released While the UF basketball team is cooling down, intramural basketball is heating up With one preseason tournament and two full weeks of play already in the books, the intramurals department has released its officials' basketball poll The Smurfs, winners of the preseason tournament, check in at No 1, followed by the Brothers and Air Eggplants. Run and Guns and the Bushwackers round out the Top 5, while Sigma Chi, Last Call,Tarheels, Kappa Alpha Psi and Pi Kappa Alpha hold down the 6 through 10 positions. Meanwhile, bodybuilders get an opportu my to strut their stuff at the Intramural Bodybuilding Contest next Friday Ms Southern USA 1988, Kimberly Hum, is a guest and will pose at the event, scheduled to begin at 730 p.m. in the Reitz Unton Ballroom. The deadline for participant sign up is 6 p.m. that day in Florida Gym, room 214 Alligator writers Matthew Moore, Guerry Smith, Jeff Moriarty and Shane Best contrbsted to this report Florida Blue Key Homecoming and Gator Growl 1990 are now accepting applications for the following positions: GATOR GROWL Associate Producer Show Program Public Relations The Applications are due Wed. Feb. 14th at 4:30 p.m. in the Florida Blue Key office, Room 312 fWRU. 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A AtJIGATDOR, I RI!AY IT RIARY I ") I Lady Gators face Kentucky By GREGG DOYEL Alllgjl(r W rit r liti i ist Ime thI [I I wom s ,1skethb;I iI notI K ntuiickv', th e saki's ir a l il' o To' rher txill he Sat rili, wht ihe I1m (,i'lns I as! XtaTh )i I soaTtI of I Ihe iltl Ki [ Ir rui ( o o i thii tt i ( oiler I it I rouruin tiim n ,iimdlavt in IHI I lv si,isoin ioll I I K II lady (kilors' 117 vio& ry was their lirsi } si't'ison vi .'it ouy sit. I ind siTu March hoth s(kail, have LIc III ,iicl the os e direcoti' lot[ hive iTp}rIved on a.t stjr r'c ords. though iIt lad Kats return (I n'y two starters IroI la 't au s squad, Tor c oitrt ('s tour relurnimg sti ier, Kentucky copies ino Saturday s contest playing better Than it did a year ago whtn the Two sqluads met in Albany, (i for !he SE( tomrny, I' F 14 Carol Whitmilre sid Iolady Kats are 14-6 overall with a gamne against Alabama-Birmngham remaining beIr4 ieig 12-1, 1-5 UF, compared to Kentuckvy' 12-I b mark a Vrar ago Ihe' re playing better, nore together,' \k h.tirie slid "Their record is indicative of how -ivre plaiimg fhevie got two tarters bak, but ,1Hir poit guard played a lot last var and they've gta ffi girl on the inside Ihe"13girl' question isterIisaElls,who h-ads the lidy Kats in scoring with 12 3 points a game [he sight of a 6foot-6 center looming on the Inside, four iches taller than the tallest Lady Gator, may be unnerving to t[i post players but Whcmire sud they will go right at the Kentucky eli lel "[hey're trou1 prone, and we're going to Like it to there' she said "Ells is a big girl, but we wont hv iwav We can't look it her and say,'I t's keel) Golfers Gator I ALLIGAtOR PHOTO UF's Rhvonja Smith scored 17 points Tuesday night against South Florida. ion the outside Whitmire has the luxury of a red-hot inside attack, spearheaded by junior Rhvonja Smith and freshman LA Ionya McGhee, in her corner Smith and McGhee both had 17 points in Tuesday's victory over South Florida, and combined for 25 rebounds McGhee has been unstoppable over the list Three games, averaging 17 points and 12 rebounds (hiring (hat stretch as U! won two games [he Lady Gators also can turn to sophomore tenter Erika Long, who scores 10 6 points and grabs six rebounds a game while playing only 20 mmutes a I ontesi By JEFF MORIARTY Aligomr Aritcr the mes g' n I gtnir,ii' il itItIidt about the ,ator Invitational this wt-.kend is "we h[Ciri WmIT Anl as long as Ther re no nira ie's or disasters -(hi' should Stcond-ranked II will pla host III The G;,nor Invicalumial It The Umversiiv Golf CouroU t0,i0i through Sunday plaving tor reil (ators will be leif Barlow, 1atis, Chri ItMarro, IiuIClev flart ,1id (hris IouNor [he best ur final stores will count toward the team trl Fughteen Heams will toni from around the country to compete, but UF is the strong favonte to win the tournament because of its high ranking and because the team won last year the only other lop 10 teams playing this weekend will be No 6 LS[ and No 10 Southwestern loui stano "On a normal course, they would be our toughest competition. DiMarO Sd "BIt this is our course coach Buddy Alexander said, however, that being the favorite ray hmder more than help the team "I think that's the general attitude they have, and I think that's the attitude they need to overcome," Alexander said "If they look at it like that, they may not perform as well as they might hope Some golfers, like Bates, Think fhe tournament could be "an all-out batte living the home-course advanfavorites for invitational -age is another factor (hat may htl1 (or hurt the UF team Golf is alwa s unpredictable, and being at hoe miay riot give the(Cators an advaae -especially if the other Leams ar used to playing harder courses I ha: the Iruoversity Golf Course, "It', a challenging gof course arql a good solid test of golf," Alexandc' said "Bu it's not a real daiigerous course where you can be humiiI aed Fhe Gtors completed the fall sea son with all top three finishes, an( Alexander said such consistency atn' strength should be enough to handle the added pressure of playing home and being the favorites Alexander said winning the tour nament individually is always impor tant to the players because golf is basically an individual sport. He said Hart will be lookingforawin because he has never won a collegiate tournament Hartwill have strong competition, however Not only must he contend with the 85 other players from other teams, but he also must compete against his own teammates for the individual victory. Hart said he does not want to get tied up in trying to win the tourna meat, but he just wants to concern rate and play the best he can said well. this Swimming teams play host to Auburn in SEC Challenge By SHARON GINN Alligator Writer F or Randy Reese, this weekend will be a rtstone of sorts The 'swimming toach is cxpected Tn capture his tooth me r dual-meet victory when the Gtors face Auburn It also wil Ie hisfinal dual me(t as (he women's head toach, as he will coat h only hi menI in the Iilure yyyyYYYYWYYYY V VV 11 VALENTINE BAL1.0ON GIFT WRAP w CHOCOLATES V CHAMPAGNE RISQUE GIFTS V -v OAKSMALL V $ off any usedvacuum staring at $25 00 v0uu comes wil caranier Vacuum & Sewing Center Sales -epair All BrandS 5C4 NW 2T Street (Tower Rd Across From Horn MON-SAT am 6pm Parts 332-838 [ut to both teams, Saturday's meet is just another stepping stone to the Southeastern Conference champlonships IU's third-ranked women (13-1, 5-0 in the SIC) and lIth ranked men (F-4, 12) will lace Ihe Ilge rs i the Galorde SEC Challenge at 1a n IT Tre O'Confnell Center But it won't he Auburn that the Gaors will be Irving to beat -it will he their own times Because the SEC championships are in less than two weeks, the Gaters have been resting to lower their times The Auburn meet comes at the beginning of this process 'I think there will be some real good races," Reese said "There will be some signs of a bit more rested team." Reese said the men will be restIg more than the women because it has been difficult for them to bring down their times this year. The women will not be winding down completely until the NCAA championships roll around Reese said he doesn't think the unranked Lady tigers (2--1, 1-5) and Auburn men's squad (0-7, 0-5) will present much of a problem for his Gators Last year, both UF teams defeated Auburn, with the women winning 69-26 and the men Pni winning 63-47 Reese already has decided which women will travel to TuscalooarAla, forthe SEC Championships, but he said he doesn't yet know which men will make (he trip That will be determined after the Auburn meet "We have an abundance of guys," Reese said, 'so it's going to be who looks the best -Choose One: *nocrat Republican Independent VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE REGISTER TO VOTE WHERE: TURLINGTON, REITZ UNION RM 305 WHEN: TUESDAY-FRIDAY, 8:30 AM -4:00 PM SrIM NtrFuJI Top Sri iDiNr (>1'. 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I 'll R lO 1 RIA \ I XI B iA, I lis t SPORTS Georgia Southern not a patsy for baseball team By JASON DAVIS _____ -Ar IT 1 l rrleipi iu1 [ Tuon I AA IT [l-> (, e rlliu IfI o lrn vorrv her Nls T I I' ) ll If .: [Ills If.JsoI I c ai hi Ii I lit I .Ijj ii i h, lv / ?a o Iptoo Fr a II '4I l It Ct )lI. il'Ik 11 t n Fi Id Jil m if( to I hret ganlot Ifrit, pg.inst th Go ( tUrs Ile Il':utit htan feies Il 14 I 'l otll ad Jil I, I ~ iit IIrd4111[1 i pi duel tI stied ini [dlid 1iit I, 1) 4 A4 1 Tog To jt I In To r, 1 m1m1 A l w T11 rI il te iii' its I lit 'l o ( .t 1n') i! nlnt of ( I he et or r rf [i t I r Ti e Iflitn I lit' Taniel, I IWon, it won btg he (tor'lposit'd Vi(tortes ol IS 2 md 131, but rhe one loss ,into 411 itIl 11 solenoid Ile or to(, li I 2 I decision (tsorgila S)olth-rn will tr To Uo, hesame sophomore right Tnoer 1 F dtI lOnI will sIa I I toiighi1 bringing In a 4 52 I RA and a '*ictrd las! year IThe earns hrseItsl pril pe, says Hlarmnpon ll tclughrnel uip -and so hIs the Itagles' bullpen Georgia Southern's strength IT] )t(hng comes by default, howtver The prospectus shows its of kIl l is Liii ig ireigtlh Ie ser ll thoe -reollsficand f r l s I 1 : 11 At JIc 14, s ook k I 1[ we h.!o r (.uoieh u' I J'' I";il( Il ,it 1 m,[1 in [h, liapt L erre, [hit('atrl 1 1 I.-Irt hikrourt believng ,bes '40' wi' glimt' Wer piIII ig thlilm sto I it hkt At hivt i hanowe Ple aid Whfenu s1(p on the oui yof ailiWI' have'L C flo. Ti to Wil And u t'e (,aors plt their letter gln lmg streak, the fuot baC players blu'er be prepared to take heirown medicine "if we con back and If P said "I got al to cone back rehoundtis i Ae ve go) In hird I 1ter gi (I lowerss I I Ig ;, hisv, Wim matchup Ililo Is "Id Itrlt It1hdTIg liter Inints I core .111 t al 8 1 we ;us give uIT III] pla fo r (I li li 1iuitis iot titU S ers [Ie, l dm' t g storer is -2 gird Mark I lmta ['he sf nur averages 20 -pints I gam hot, ore iiportaily, It' i r-chors o(,Irg1cowTI Iull -urt press I he ke to the game for the (,uors ito handle thr's UF imst get the ball al ross hal courtt to set upt heill >iens [the (ilGors begin [oi mm,! turnovers i the bo k-courit, the game Ijuld be over early "We have to kep nor cmpoUFjuniot forward/center Dwayne Davis, a career-high 26 points Tuesday night I sure" Davis said "We have to Tr uggre not to turn the ball over and we Ge( have to try not to let the crowd m tome the game defend' When the Gators do break the All Ar press they will have to go into tor be [heir offense early as the Hoyas Jude will challenge the slow-down ofhts tense of UF "Th "It's a supreme challenge' in sheer term coach Don DeVoe said ie 'Were playing the ultimate in a a niarr team that has the talent and le uesd] fill' KtivN WISNIEWSMI -ALLIGAMOP pictured in a game against Illinois earlier this season, scored n the Gaters' losing effort ssiveness It) win i all rgetown (18-2) 1n aflOrd to out and be aggressve on se wth Mutomibo and the ierican Mourinig waiting people to come inside lie i hascomboied to block 141 ey're awesome in terms of tale and size, DeVoe said Gators enter the game after ow loss to Georgia, 7-65 on ay. and the team has played against Georgia. better on the road in the last two weeks A victory will brighten a season that has gone nowhere but down since the departure of senior All America center Dwav ie R Shntius "It would make my year and all the other guys' Poole said "After losing seven games, I think Loimg back and beating a Top 5 team would make my year Gymnasts look to make best out of a tough situation By SHARON GINN Alligator Writer The (IF gymnasts, who have had their share of heartache this season are experts at making the best out of the worst stua ions Saturday, their optimism will need to be working overtime The eighth-ranked Gators will take on No. 3 Alabama and No 4 Georgia in a tri-meet Saturday night in Tuscaloosa, Ala. It should be a bitter fight between Georgia, who captured the 1989 NCAA title, and Alabama, who won it the year before, Coach I rneste Weaver said she hopes that the two teams will be too busy battling it out to pay attention to the Gators "I really believe one of those teams will be national champions this year," Weaver said "With the injuries we've had we don't have the people to do it It's mathematically impossible We don't have the difficulty (skill level) It UF lost its three top gymnasts before the 1990 season even started Six-time All-American Melissa Miller had finished her eligibility with the Gators, while returnees Lynette Wittmeierand Janice Kerr were lost for the season because of njunies in practice Compounding things, the Gacors almost lost [heir top all-around gymnast for the meet Senior Karen Brennalt strained her neck and back muscles on thevault [uesday in practice Weaver said Brenrialt, who has won two all-around victories for the Gators this year, will travel to Tuscaloosa, but lis not certain whether she will compete in all four events. Even with Brennalt, Weaver said, it will be almost impossible for the Gators to beat either team. So she is thankful winning a meet is not all-important to her gymnasts. "Winning is not the first thing they think about when they walk in the door (at the competition)," Weaver said."A gymnast has too many other worries -like the new tricks they've added She said that without a meet last weekend, the gymnasts had time to add some difficulty to their routines Junior All-American Pam Titus, who won the all-around in the Gators last meet and has proved herself to be a consistent performer for I, hopes the increased difficulty will help the Gators, "Yeah, they're two of the top teams." Titus said, "but they're just like us They have to go out and hit it 'I, f, go oil uid I