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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 108 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21,1990



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By GEOFF BOUCHER
Alligator Staff Writer

The UF task force created to find ways to improve
strained race relations on campus spent Tuesday after
... -r 3 noon gathering testimony about student life from top
administrators.The .
Quality of Life Task Force, created by Interim
UF President Robert Bryan to examine black and
Hispanic student life at UF, interviewed Student Affairs
Vice President Art Sandeen, Interim Provost Gene
Hemp and officials representing different student ser
vices throughout campus.
The interviews helped task force members understand
the logistics behind ideas they had discussed
earlier,which included establishing a mandatory multi
cultural course, providing a campus meeting place for
minority students and improving counseling.Reitz .
Union Director David Kratzer said a surplus in
state construction money may bring a recreation area
;. '-t.,. to the Broward Residence Area to give black studentsthe
KEVIN WISIMIEWSKI-ALLIUAFOK gathering place some task force members say is
Sante Fe Community College instructor Vivian Fowler counsels a group of UF police officers on racial sensitivity. needed. Kratzer said the proposed facility would serve
food in the day and convert to a"club-type atmosphere"in
the late evening, with lighting and music equipment
Police seek better race relationsBy available.

Kratzer said if the project gets funding from state
cient is worthwhile," Stevens said last Force, a group Interim UF President legislators, the task force might consider recommending -
GEOFF BOUCHER month. "If there is a perception that Robert Bryan created to examine the the expansion project be stepped up from its 1992
Alligator Staff Writer there is a problem, then we have to do experiences of black and Hispanic stu- date to an earlier deadline.
UF police Chief Everett Stevens will something to learn why." dents and recommend ways to soothe While students may get the recreation building, the
meet with 12 student leaders this after- The board was one of three programs recent racial tensions. proposal for a class on race relations may be too hardto
noon to hash out problems between cam- Stevens promised Jan. 26 to improve Stevens said the other two promised set up.Hemp.
pus blacks and police, problems that communication with campus blacks, an programs-distributing a brochure out- said adding such a mandatory course wouldbe
peaked with charges of officers harass- effort prompted by complaints from lining complaint procedures and enroll- difficult because of strict requirements in majors
ing blacks for no reason other than their some black students who say they are ing officers in cultural awareness such as engineering and architecture, where course
skin color. targets of unfair treatment. Stevens said courses would promote understanding requirements already limit class selection. He also said
The meeting will be the first for the members will decide the group's format on both sides of the issue. students usually spend four to five years at UF to get
UF police student advisory board,a com- and schedule. He said arrangements are being madeto their degrees, and administrators are reluctant to add
mittee set up by Stevens three weeks Board member Raymond Sweet, a schedule the awareness courses, onto that.
ago to examine department proceduresand freshman, said he isn't sure what direc- which will complement the sensitivity Hemp said the class would not only pose a problemto
offer recommendations to improve tion the group will take, but said it will training officers already receive. For the the academic affairs office, but also to teachers who
them. Stevens said establishing the bring attention to problems. past two years, part of that sensitivity would be hard pressed to boil down different cultures
board, along with educating officers and "The only thing I can see it doing is training has included a class on racism into one course.
the public, will go a long way toward jogging some minds and making people and sexism taught by Santa Fe Commu- "How much would you focus on AfricanAmericansor
soothing tensions. think," Sweet said. nity College instructor Vivian Fowler. on Latin-Americans or on Native Americans?" Hemp
"Anything we can do to make our- Stevens'actions came shortly after the see Meeting, page 4 said."Pretty soon you're talking about three semesters
selves more responsive and more effi- first meeting of the Quality of Life Task instead of three hours."


Landowner: Use tax revenue to improve Student Ghetto I


By BLAKE FONTENAY revenues from a projected sales tax dent Ghetto" suggests a negative "There is a lot more to this than "The city commission decided
Writer increase to fund paving and land- image for the neighborhood and just redeveloping the plaza," Col- that they did not want to spend
Alligator scaping work there. referred to the area as "College lins said."Downtown is at the heartof sales tax revenues to build roads
Calling the Student Ghetto "a Alachua County voters will de- Park" instead. the redevelopment effort. I and sidewalks," Long said. "If we
second downtown," a local l land- cide March 13 whether to increasethe "College Park is a unique neigh- hope there is some way to meet do this for one neighborhood, it's
owner asked city commissioners sales tax by a penny. If voters borhood," Collier said. "In a col- the needs of both these areas." going to start a ball of wax rolling."
Monday to divert $500,000 ear- approve the increase, local govern- lege town, there is a second Some commissioners also saw Other neighborhoods could
marked for a downtown redevelopment ment bodies within the county will downtown." problems with Collier's proposal. make similar requests if Collier's
project to pay for road share the revenue. Gail Collins, executive directorof Approving use of sales tax revenues idea were approved, Long said.If .
improvements in the neighbor- City commissioners planned to the Downtown Redevelopment for paving would "set a bad the city changed its plans to
hood north of campus: spend $500,000 generated from Agency, defended the plaza project precedent" because the commis- use the money for roadwork,there
Nathan Collier, manager of University the increase to renovate the Down- The work, which would open sion originally decided to use the should be a policy to distribute the
Apartments and several town Plaza, but Collier said im- the plaza to more pedestrian and money only for recreation, economic money equally citywide, Long
other smaller housing units in the provements to the Ghetto area vehicle traffic, is needed to stimu- development or health and said.,
neighborhood, requested that the should take priority. late downtown/ growth, Collins safety improvements, Commissioner see Ghetto, page 4
/;:;$City Commission apply part of the Collier said that the term "Stu- said. Rodney Long said.

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Travel: Summer Program 1990 in Robert Evans tonight at 6:15: in Government: College Democratswill \ I
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for orientation today at 5:15: in Dauer 371-1230. Room 334. Call 3956602. ,\'\
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commissioner Jim Notestein will Shiflett will discuss "What the Turlington Hall Room LOOS. Call

hold a recycling forum for Recycling Career Resource Center has to Robert 373-1566. l: ROCKETS
Week '90 today at 5 in McCarty Hall offer." Call 335-4574 or 392-2112. Combat Violence: Students LOVE
Room G086. Call 392-MAKE. Language Day: Bangladesh Students Unite! Take Back the Night! a r.i. Meat Beat
COAR Week: Campus Organized Association will observe His- march and candlelight vigil against
Against Rape meets today at 4 to toric Language Movement Day rape and violence will take placeon Manifesto
elect new officers and discuss COAR tonight at 8:30: at 2200 NW 46th St. campus Thursday night. Bring
Week in Reitz Union Room 122. Call Call 335-2370. signs, candles and friends and meetin Thrill Kill Kult
392-1161, ext. 294. Politicians: College Republicanswill front of the Sigma Kappa House at I
Liberty: The pre-law fraternity meet tonight at 7 In Reitz Union 6. Call Erica 374-7222. '
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I Veterinary students to neuter shelter's animalsBy I



SUSAN SPENCER very sensitive issue," said County cat will decrease from $45 to $12. Veterinary school professor the old system was inefficient.

Alligator Writer Commissioner Penny Wheat, who "The contract benefits everyone Jamie Bellah proposed the plan "Why should we support the

proposed the change. ," Snyder said. "The students two years ago when students and puppy mills when we can performthe

The Alachua County Commis- This semester, students in the gain valuable experience, the vet faculty began to investigate alter- surgery on animals from the
sion unanimously approved a contract school and the animal shelter save natives for teaching the procedure. shelter and then put them up for
College of Veterinary Medicine
Tuesday that will allow money and the animals' chancesof Students performed neuterization adoption" Steinberg said.
will neuter animals as part of their
second-year UF veterinary students adoption increase." exercises animals that
on were
curriculum. Then the animals will pur- The contract will take effect
to neuter 80 dogs and cats
chased from licensed dealer in
1 from the county animal shelter. be put up for adoption at a reduced The veterinary school pre- a Feb. 27, when about 10 animals
the Midwest. After neutered
being ,
cost, said John Snyder, director of viously paid $200 for each animal from the animal shelter will be
Commissioners changed thecontract's the Alachua County Animal Shelter used in neuterization exercises, the animals were put to sleep. brought to the veterinary school,

wording to stress no re- The normal fee for adopting a said UF veterinarian Farol Thomson. Kimberly Steinberg, a second- neutered by students in the soft-

search will be performed."The dog at the shelter is$50, but a dog The new contract, which in- year veterinary student and chair- tissue surgery class and returnedto

people of this county have neutered by veterinary students volves no exchange of money, will woman of the school's student-run the shelter after a short recovery
indicated that they feel this is a will cost$19.The fee for a neutered save the school $16,000. Animal Welfare Committee, said period.all .


Evaluations allow UF
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By CHRISTY HARRIS colleges are supposed to do every three years.
\ He said the college was due for an evaluation.
Alligator Writer
Harrison's administrative assistant, Lynne Col-
Some UF faculty members have the chance to lis, said the college will conduct the evaluation

praise or condemn their administrators this month, every year. Previously, evaluations were con-

n > just as students evaluate their professors at least ducted when a department chair's term was aboutto

once a year. end,to determine whether it should be renewed.But .

United Faculty of Florida's UF chapter sent Brockmann said not every college has

1t W administrator evaluations to faculty in the collegesof enough evaluations and that they can be biased.

a. 7ta. t Liberal Arts and Sciences, Education, Health Brockmann cited the Fine Arts school's admin-

atj and Human Performance, all libraries and P.K. istrator evaluation last year as one that may not

Yonge Laboratory School. Faculty members will have been objective because the forms were re-
evaluate deans or directors and department chairs. turned to the dean's office.
Brockmann said the evalu-
UFF
President Jane Fine Arts Dean Joseph Sabatella said the confi-
ations are meant to praise effective administratorsand
dential forms were delivered to an administrative
help others improve. assistant in his office, sealed and then sent to
"We feel it's very important that administratorsget Academic Affairs to be tabulated.
faculty feedback on their performance,"
Sabatella said evaluations were helpful, and he
Brockmann said. "It will improve communication
established a policy to have them every three
between administrators and faculty.
years. He agreed with UF policy, which lets deans
UFF is conducting administrator evaluations for
decide when to conduct evaluations.
the second time. The forms are due Feb. 28 and
., .", statistics will be published in UFF's newsletter "Academic Affairs has taken a stand that allows
,: ._.. ",-, ." for flexibility from college to college because of
with personal comments going only to the evalu-
differences Sabatella said. "It de-
ated people and their supervisors.Last professional ,
j pends on the nature of the discipline."
jI year, Engineering Dean Winfred Phillips,
t Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean Willard Harrisonand Health and Human Performance Dean Patrick
I r former Architecture Dean Anthony Catanese Bird said a faculty committee conducts its evaluations

ranked highest of the 11 deans evaluated. periodically.
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the evaluations are beneficial. he expects his college to rate administrators reg-
..,
: '- ularly, but he doesn't know how often that will be.
.
evaluate deans
have to
"They (UFF) every right
.. .
.';: ..... "'rt.:.... "
and department chairs," Harrison said. "I have no UFF evaluations ask faculty to rate their admin-

SUZETTE COOK- ALLIGATOR problem with the evaluations. Evaluations are good istrators as high, above average, average, below
of fun
Loads for everyone even if we don't like to see them average or poor. Questions include whether the
Mailya Cozier, 6, and Zenobia Jones, 8, carry a load of sometimes. dean or chair makes personnel decisions based on

clothes to the Diamond Village laundry. Harrison conducted his own administrator eval- documented criteria and without bias, and ensures

uation when he became dean last year, something money is distributed in a fair and equitable manner.

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. ELSEWHERENicaragua I Black History




I gears up for electionsMANAGUA I Month 90


Nicaragua (UPI) Former U.S.Attorney Union say she spent on her presidential race.
General Elliot Richardson joined thousands of Most foreign diplomats and other political ob-
international observers Tuesday who will assess the servers believe the Sandinista Front will win a narrow

fairness of Nicaragua's Feb. 25 elections, consideredthe victory.

most closely observed voting process in world Ortega's campaign has targeted young voters, appealing
history. to them with concerts, dances and suggestionsthat
I Richardson arrived Tuesday morning to head a Sandinista Front voters have more fun. Feb. 21 Play / "QUESTIONS"Reitz

United Nations team of more than 200 observers who Ortega himself has transformed his image, shed Union Ballroom r 0
with the election his for 7:00 p.m. ,. ea y, j .t
are charged monitoring Nicaraguan ding customary military fatigues brightly b \ JRi
which will pit President Daniel Ortega against U.S.- colored shirts and blue jeans and dancing on stage at ?Id
backed opposition candidate Violeta Chamorro. his political rallies.
Black Student Union it Funded by Student Government
Joao Baena Soares, secretary general of the Organization The UNO has tried to link Ortega to the disastrousstate Advertising run al a public service by The Independent Florida Alligator
of American States, was to arrive Wednesday of the Nicaraguan economy and promised to
to take charge of a 400-member OAS team abolish the highly unpopular military draft.
watching the election. Ortega called the Feb. 25 elections last year as part

Former President Jimmy Carter, heading a 30-mem-() of a deal with four other Central American leaders, LIQUIDATION SALE
ber team including U.S. legislators and former and promising to open up Nicaragua's political system in
current heads of government from the Western Hemisphere exchange for their call to dismantle the U.S.-backed FRIDAY %. SATURDAY SUNDAY

also will observe the elections. Contra rebel organization. FEBRUARY e 24 4! 25
Mariano Fiallos, president of the Supreme Electoral Sandinista officials say they expect the elections to
Council which administers and oversees the elections, remove U.S. objections to the legitimacy of their rule PUBLIC NOTICE
said 2,500 foreign observers had received official and open the door to improved relations.
MANM LATEST *AtMION* CUMtf NT MERCM.H
FAMOU*
accreditation to monitor Nicaraguan voting. Washington has funded the Contras intermittentlysince

The Sandinista Front, Nicaragua's ruling party, was the early 1980s and has maintained an economic 1EmII I DAYS t ONLY I BLOUSES BLOUSES-
organizing a mass rally to end Ortega's highly embargo against Nicaragua since 1985. 'I IDEDII

publicized, U.S.-style campaign, marked by slick The Bush administration has expressed concern DRESS SLACKS '
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Bayardo Arce, the Sandinista campaign manager About 1.7 million people are eligible to vote. Besides MANY VALUE ItlTtO. SU .I .'LONG SELECT SLEEVE COLORS:
and member of the nine-member ruling junta, said president and vice president, voters will choose
Ortega had spent $6.4 million on the campaign, well deputies to the 90-seat National Assembly and repre- $12CASUAL $22'AU"
over what leaders of Chamorro's National Opposition sentatives to more than 140 municipal councils. TO 1121
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agency said Tuesday.In republics to leave the union. SOLIDS MENT SUITS .ASSORTED SHORT
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I Latin band headlines I Students give city good grades I


373 city residents, 144 students significantly higher level."
By BLAKE FONTENAY
Hispanic celebrationBy from UF and SFCC,67 Gainesville also
Alligator Writer Students are more optimistic -
School students and 21
High com- about the city's future than per.
headline UF's Hispanic Student Students from UF and Santa Fe munity leaders last September. manent residents, said Mary Ann
USE FISHER Association's Hispanic Heritage Community College generally are Students follow local affairs less Ferguson, one of the researcherswho
Alligator Writer pleased with the way Gainesville'scity zealously than permanent residents conducted the
Week, Feb. 28 through March 4. survey.
The Latin band Los Sobrinosdel HSA Public Relations] Chair- government operates,but they but rely more on media to
Juez will perform in the Reitz woman Milena Lanzas said HSA follow governmental activities less keep track of issues, the survey Ferguson had no easy explanation
Union Rion Ballroom March 3, wants to share special aspects of closely than permanent residents, found, indicating that ignorancemay for why students were so sat
but it won't be an event to sit down Hispanic culture,such as dancing, a recent survey showed.In be bliss for students. isfied and yet so apparently
and listen to. with the entire Gainesville com- the survey, presented to the "When college students differed disinterested in local government.

The ballroom's wooden floor munity during Heritage Week. City Commission Monday, permanent significantly from permanent resi- Students ranked crime and traffic
should see a lot of dancing, said "We want to share how impor- residents and college stu- dents on evaluations,they (the stu- as the city's top problems,while
Raul Mateu,Student Government tant dancing is to us,"Lanzas said. dents gave the city high marks for dents)tended to be more positive," residents cited growth
most of the services it the stated. permanent
provides.But
Productions chairman. "For some it's almost a required survey and economic development as
Tickets go on sale today at 9:30: part of social life." the students had stronger feel- "For instance,the students gave their main concerns.
a.m. at the University Box Office Carlos Oliva, band leader, said ings than residents about several significantly higher ratings to how
and TicketMaster outlets. Stu- the group's music blends classic issues that the survey addressed. the city handles drainage prob- And 78 percent of the students
dent tickets are $6, one fee card salsa with American rock and jazz. Three researchers from the lems, the emergency medical ser- said they would be willing to pay
per ticket, and $9 for the public, The band is known for its ener- Communication Research Centerat vice and parks and recreation,"the an extra half-cent in sales taxes to
plus a $1 service charge. getic live shows, with perforsee UPs College of Journalism and survey stated."They also reported fund more parks and recreation,
The band, whose title means Communications conducted the having their needs met by the compared to 68 percent of the per-
"The Judge's Nephews," will Band, page 7 survey for the city.They contacted housing authority and utilities at a manent residents.


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we were seven, mom told us to eat our THE Co k"D
vegetables. When we were 13, our friends told us what HIMSELF CIT ly. LCn
clothes we should wear. When we were 18, the Surgeon "
General told us to practice safer sex.

Now what are we doing wrong? + I rs a

We're taking the world for granted, and we're being
told we've got lots of reasons to recycle our trash.

This is Recycling Week '90 at UF and the Environmental -

Action Group is trying to get its message across by
informing students that recycling can and should be a

part of their lifestyles.The .

materials we use everyday, such as paper, plastic
and aluminum, clutter up already overcrowded landfills al-
though they can be reused. And we can't conserve just
when we feel like it anymore, it's to the point where we
don't have a choice.

Think' about it this way, recycling is a lot like the con-
cept of safer sex.When a person thinks about knowing
someone a little better, they know that they can be
protected by using a condom or abstaining from sex.
When it comes to protecting the environment, they haveto
recycle certain products and abstain from materials

such as styrofoam. In fact, consider styrofoam the worst We need black history engineersTwo
possible person you would go on a blind date with. ,

With all the opportunities and options available, thereare weeks ago, the Society for Black Student
not any reasons not to recycle. Those who work or Engineers held a forum entitled "African-Americans: -Theron C. Colbert
live on campus have no excuse. Those who live in Myths vs. Realities." S
houses in Alachua County again no excuse. And soon, This was an open forum that discussed such issuesas PEAKING OUT
whether Affirmative Action is discrimination
reverse -
apartment dwellers also won't have any reason not to par- why there is a need for a black history month, Blacks make up approximately 14 percent of this
ticipate either. the purpose of the BSU and the NAACP, the fallacy state's population.We pay taxes, takeout loans, invest
Fact: Coinciding with EAG's program is the kickoff that the drug crises in this country are a "black money and buy soap powder, toothpaste and
and distribution of boxes for UF's residence hall and problem," why blacks haven't done as well as Asiansin automobiles. But blacks are not fully represented in
family-housing recycling projects. This project this country by achieving in large percentages government, the military, banking institutions or industry -
paper
academically and the myth of the superior black so something is seriously wrong here.
joins the administration and classroom-building paper athlete.As Most whites don't seem to have any problem witha
recycling program which now recycles about 100,000 president of SBSE, I felt that it was the respon- predominantly black custodial staff or maintenancecrew.
pounds of paper per month. sibility of those of us who have achieved in life to not But when you start talking about making a few
Solid waste coordinator Al Krause said the response to only reach back and help less fortunate brothers and more blacks white-collar professionals, they have a
in is sisters to make it, but also to educate people about problem.Yes .
the new program, particularly family housing, over-
the of black America.I .
state government and private corporations are
He said that the residence hall
whelming. once programis I was eager for this forum to be a positive step in trying to recruit more black professionals because "it
in full swing, he expects to retrieve 200,000 pounds a racial harmony a new beginning. It would give just doesn't look right" to be taking our money fromus
month about half of what Physical Plant can handle. whites a chance to learn some things I'm sure they've as consumers and taxpayers and not putting us in
By this summer, Krause said he hopes to start a com- always wondered about. positions of authority.So .
plete residence hall recycling program providing pick- But of the 21 people who attended the program, Affirmative Action and minority scholarshipsare
only two were white. This program was advertised in created to ensure that the work force at all levels,
ups for paper, plastic, aluminum and glass. The and fliers and the
Alligator were posted on campus. college student body,are more representativeof
Fact: 42,000 homes in Alachua County have curbside Operating on the assumption that either most white the state's population. So what do some of our fellow
recycling pickup along with regular garbage services. students didn't know about the forum or had previous white students doThey form a white student union
Forty-four percent of those homes are taking advantageof engagements I will now use this opportunity affordedto that opposes these programs.
the voluntary program, said Pam Brown, Gainesville's me by the free press to drop some science on some While Black, Jewish and Hispanic Student unions
coordinator.Fact of our more ignorant white brethren.So were formed to provide cultural unity for minority
recycling why is there a black history month? Because groups on this campus, the purpose of the white
: Gainesville is testing Florida's first apartment there is virtually no black history taught in this student union will be to ensure that no minority
complex program this month as a model for the rest of country! student benefits in any way because of their race.
the state. Brown said by the end of March,28 other com- While I'm sure that most of us have been schooledon As long as blacks remain in a non-threatening
plexes a lot of which are student dwellings will be the exploits of Napoleon, Charlemagne, King posture, then everything is hunky-dory to them. As
Henry,Queen Elizabeth,Richard the Lion-hearted and long as we remain in the housing projects and ghettos
with blue containers and
equipped big recycling
Marie Antoinette, we are told nothing about Mansa then everything is alright.
dumpsters. All containers should be in place by the end Kankan Mussa Akhenaton, Taharqa, Nzingha, Hat- But a panel established by Congress in 1986 arrivedat
of the year, she said. shepsut, Sunni Ali Ber or Ttye. estimates along with the National Science Founda-
It's getting easier each day to remember to recycle on We are led to believe that all Africans were running tion which foresees a shortfall of 560,000 scientistsand
and off campus. But it doesn't matter how many around the continent with loin cloths and living primi- engineers in the year 2010.In addition,the Bureauof
tive lifestyles from the"education"we get from Tarzan Labor and Statistics
projects that 85 percent of new
reminders there are, you're the only one who can protect movies and National Geographic. workers in the year 2000 will be women or minorities.
yourself and your environment. That's a fact. Sorry folks, but this image is not accurate.The Blacks currently make up less than 2 percent of
white mari is not responsible for all the technology in all engineers, scientists, physicians and lawyers. And
alligator Editor the world; I am taught about Isaac Newton but you some of you are hell bent on insuring that not one
don't even know who Imhotep is,what he did or where individual among that 2 percent are given a decent
Lucy Chabot he's from. The hypocrisy of it all is sickening.Are chance at making something out of their lives.
Managing Editor Opinions Editor affirmative action programs and minority My forefathers had to fight for freedom from
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton scholarships an attempt to make up for this imbalanceand slavery in the 19th century. My grandfathers had to
blacks'350 years of slavery and legal oppression? fight for the freedom of equal opportunity in the 20th
Letters Policy No, not at all This country doesn't have enough century.And it looks as if children and I going
are
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (abuot one .by.10 page). They should be my
typed, double-spaced and signed. They should Include I typed name address and telephone land, money or integrity to pay back African- to have to fight for economic freedom for our peoplein
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have any questions call Americans for what all those years have done to themas the 21st century.
the editorial page editor at 376-4458
a people. Theron C. Colbert is an electrical engineeringsenior.,

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songs and South American tunes, most
of which are in Spanish or a mixture of By CHRISTINA DURR
Spanish and English. Alligator Writer

SGP booked Oliva and his band last Two student playwrights hope to lead a UF audience into the
week, Mateu said, for a $6,000 fee plus lives of eight characters who gather in a girls' dormitory at an
about$4,000 in production costs, includIng all-black college.

lights, sound and publicity. Public relations senior Candi Dugas and advertising junior
Mateu said SGP has never staged an Kevin Crawford wrote "Questions," which will be performed as
Hispanic group before. He said he hopes part of Black History Month tonight at 7 in the Rion Ballroom of
the concert attracts at least 500 people. the Reitz Union.

99 SALE! As the play develops, four men and four women reveal their
"There is a large, local Hispanic com
personalities as they discuss problems that confuse them.
munity who are very involved and very
supportive of these kind of events," Although "Questions," Dugas's third play to be performed at
Mateu said. UF, considers ways to deal with Acquired Immune Deficiency
Syndrome and explores racial issues,.the play "is not to preach,
DEAL! Mateu said the Registrars Office reports but to make people think," she said.
there were 2,094 Hispanic students
Having grown up as a black student in a private Catholic school,
_. on campus last fall. Dugas said she felt at ease with the racial mix until more black
-C, t .;" Lanzas said HSA hopes the Gaines students entered the school and accused her of not being
; ,. ,,) >> t ville community and UF students will "normal." '
attend Heritage Week events. "We're Eventually she overcame the stigma to begin discovering her
trying to reach all the Hispanic students heritage and writing plays.
who have been silent and uninvolved in The basic theme for "Questions" came from Crawford, who
"
campus activities. calls himself the pair's "idea man."

The week's other activities will include "People are still sleeping around," as if AIDS had never
an Hispanic film festival, craft surfaced, Crawford said. "It's just recently that people have
expo, fiesta and food festival. opened their eyes."
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to 1 $270-$280, Payment by or Mastercard
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. Pool/Laundry 15 Personals ONLY. Five dollar minimum.

Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs.Santa Close to UF/Shands Room avail. In beautiful, historic 4br2bahas. 16 Connections M-F 8.30-4pm.
Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 4-30-75- 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5389 .. 2blks from Tigert, quiet, studiousbut
2 fun atmosphere, partially turn. 17. Notices
$135/mo 1/4.371-2343. 2-27-5-5 Q How to correct

MOBILE 18 Rides
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet HOMES:
cancel ad
washer/dryer available in most units lor 3 FOR RENT/SALE 6 FOR SALE 19 Pets your :
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath
$250-$350, sec & Imr. 372-6422. 4.30- 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:
75-2 1986 '14x60 Mobile home for sale/rent/ located Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8 4 pm.
brands are all at our New LocationCar)
in Gainesville. Call 4624292. 2-21- No refunds can be given.
SPACIOUSONE Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-

2070. 4-30-75-6
BEDROOM APT. SUBLEASE: Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
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ONLY $260/MO. your day runs.
CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS la the oldest -
LYONS APT Call 373-FIND with corrections before -
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HOUSE/APT. best and lowest priced ear stereo
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
store In town 372-2070 2201 NW 13 St. Classifieds will begin TWO noon.
4-30-71-2 RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
Oxford Manor, 2bdr/2ba, Save $, Call DAYS after
now they are
placed.
Cor-
Rockford, Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer, THE: AD RUNS INCORRECTLY.
INCREDIBLE 336-1781 Lv. message. 2-23-10-4 Infinity Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best Ads mailed in or placed at the rected ads will be extended one day.

Efficiency Apt. Car Steno Installers In town. Car Stereo Union or Shands take No refunds or credits can be given alter
CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOL, Nice 2bd2baapt may
Starting at $185 to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 placing the ad. Changes called in alter
Camelot unlurn. Fireplace, barbeque THREE to Ads
Starting at $235 / 2 Bedroom days appear. the 'first day will not be compensated.
pool view. $550/mo. 373-4696
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE time. 3-1-10.4 any RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants may run for any length of time

110 NW 39th Ave. for your dorm or apartment. We deliver and be cancelled at time. Customer error or changes:

378-3988 Ray's Rug 535 SW 4th Ave. any Corrections must be made In person at
Sublet 2bdr until
Apr. 90. $300/mo/ &
apt.
375-3861 Sorry, but there can be no refunds
util. Feb Free Now available HomesteadApt. 3775265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 2-23- The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON.

"Check Our New Specials' 392-3850 or 335-5493 alter 6pm. 3- 13-6 for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.

All Amenities Available 1-9-4
CAR ALARMS installed remote control

FURNISHED Roommates UNFURNISHED Availabl.W.'r. Sublease, 1 bdr/unf. Camelot f 101. Closeto any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
demo. Call 336-9193' student Iv. me..aQe.Car .
No. I Law Sch/Publix, pets ok. Quiet,

REGENCY OAKS $279/mo (org $379/mo.) Call to Park 335- Alarms, Autopage, Chapman. Home

378-5766 6233 avail now (until July). 2-22-3-4 and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sanaul, Sherwood FOR SALE FOR SALECOMPUTER _

3230 SW Archer Road and) more. We Beat All Prices!
1 bdr Pine Rush February free. Lease Diamond engagement ring. Excellent dia-
COUNTRY GARDENS through April 30. $257.month call 376- 373-3754. 4-30-69-6 mond .33kt $450 OBO. 336-9804 leave

373-4500 message. Have receipt and papers. 2-23-
1573 or 392-6182 office Jack. 2-26-5-4
2001 SW 16th Street MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376-1146' Magnovox 288, 12 Mhz 40MB ((28ms)

Sublease Apt: bdl1 b., new carpet, central Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate Ladles 12-speed bike for sale. Hunter Hard Drive, I 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB),
1BDR. WALK IN CLOSET Village Wilt H P. Price same or lower than mail Brand. Excellent condition. Call 373- 3.5" 1.44mb Floppy Drive 14" VGA Color
800 NW 18 Ave., take 8 St. N from 16 Ave. heat/air wash/dry hook-up. $235/mo order. Systems uelow Include 1mb, 40mb 0017. LIKE NEW. Monitor .31 dot
first, no last, & $100 too 395-0066 or 2-21-3-6 ( pitch), 16-bit VGA switch-
Office 411 NW 15 St. 371-7777. 2-27.10- ...
:
495-2361. 2-28-6-4 ((28ms), graphics monitor able video card MS-DOS, 4.01 GWB-

2 MC 286/12 -.$1195. Packard Bell- $1295. Antique Piano 1906 Upright Spinet, very aslc, DOS Tutorial, 1 yr. warranty, $ 5811.
MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 -
' 2bdr/1 ba good condition play great perfect for
2bdr house and 2bdr apt, 3 bike from UF, Apt. Carpeted, fenced yd for $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery $750
beginners, OBO. Call
372-3913.' 2-
pets, avail 3/1 $220/mo in SW area. Key PANASONIC
both remodeled utll. 1124
some
completely $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics 23-4-6
paid. $350 and $260. Call David 373- alter management 5pm. 2275.4 372.3060 ((9-5pm) 336-0540 monitor $970.1 & 3 year warranties. Letter Quality Printer, 2 yr warranty. Best

8022. 2-26-10-2 Onsite warranties.! Panasonic 1180 printer COMPUTER with disk drive and softwarefor printer! $305.

$'85. HP L..erJ.lllp. $ 049. 4110 SW programming, data .
processing
WALK TO UFIII Studios $210 1BD $235 5 ROOMMATES 34lh St. / 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6 spreadsheets, college studies, and recre WORD PERFECT 5.1
2BD $285. College Park Properties: 411
ation. Must sell $125 obo. Call 3761430.
NW 15 St. 371.7777 2-27-10-2 BRANDYWINE FURNISHED Bike ft More, Ino. Large selection of 2-23-4-6 Latest full version students and faculty

2bdr/1ba, Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, huge used bike $55 ft up w/warranty. only $135.

DUCK POND AREA pool. 1/2 ml. to UF, $230/mo for own room Kryptolok ,8..2133 NW 6th St. 373- Couch & love seat $80.2 sleepers $50 ft

I Bedroom Cozy Rear 107 NE 8 Street. & 1/2 cable & utll. 372-2857, Dennis. 2- 6574. 222108KOKOMAMA $100, Escort radar $85, 110 gal marine ELITE #3351300MOVING
$235 Month. Phone 3772615.' 2-28-11-2
28-20-5 aquarium w/cast Iron stand, fully set up
w/exotlo fish $550, OBO all
on 335-9870
* One Block from campus Very Large room, Need A Rmmt? Avail Nowl! F N/S Own Rm Iv. message. 2-22-3-6 MUST SELLI!

nice house, cable in room, SW area, full ba, washer, dryer Oxford Manor Rent Imports from Africa. Beauty supplies. large desk wswivel & stationary chair. 2

$195/mo utilities included Greg 376-3291, Nego Call 377-8034. 2-21-5-5 Mention this ad and get 20"%'" off select Sylvania am/fm radio & turntable, collection micro Dining room set. Affordable, 336-

clothing. Good thru Feb. 615 W Univ 336- of opera records, call Miriam after 0764 eve or msg. 2-27-5-8
2 efficiency 1 blk from UF, 1834 NW
room
Willlamsburg Village-F N/S student for 8397. 2-23-6-6 4pm 335-1408.' 2-28-6-6
,1st Ave Apt. C, 3/4 util. Incl. $165/mo..
turn twnhie, 6mo. lease, $240/mo/ +1/2 JVC CAR STEREO with tap deck. Brand
21 John M.rrllinc. 3721495.: 2-
Century utll. 1blk from Shands/UF. 336-4257. 2- Ticket For Sale 1-way to Seattle. March 1. Bicycle-mens motobecane 10 speed with new. looks and sounds hot. Need cash

23-3-2 Call 336-8672. 2-27-10-6 lock and light $75. Hardly used Sears twin price negotiable. Call Eric at 336-1661.'
F n/s/ to share 2br ib townhouse In quiet mattress and box spring $45. Call 373-
t 314' NW 14th St. 2 bdr/1ba, 2 blks from sw area 185 1/2utll close to UF and Lean machine, complete exercise. system 7989. 2-23-3-6

UF, $285/mo. Century 21 John M.rrllinc. Shands prefer' mature person 378-5827 In your home, $300. excel cond., 468- 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME

3721495. 2-23-3-2 Evenings. 2-21-5-5 2785 call before' 9pm. 2-23-6-8 RCA 19 color consol tv, excel!. cond, '

must sell $125. Call 336-1150 after UP LOCATION! 15 room house
Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the Female***** Semi-cool semi-quiet
Electric Guitar Peavey 5:30pm.: 2-27-5-6 CH/AC./ Good condition! Rented. In-
price Dione. Pool, tennis, sauna, wt. room. .
person old house downtown own br, Patriot Mint Condition Hard
veetment/fraternlty/other. $130,000
Stoneridge Apts. 3800 SW 34 St. 375- like animal $125/mth March to ? Zenith
gotta Case Digital Tuner Cables 19 Inch Color TV like new $125 378.88520wn.r. 3-7-42.7
1121. 4-30.45.2 Laura 373-4495. 2-22-5-5 $250. 373-5715. 2-22-5-6 obo. Yamaha cd player wremote $150

Obo. 373-0876. 2-23-3-8 TOWNHOUSE In
4BR/2 1/2'BA, eat
Duckpond area, historic home, bay window Room for In 3bd 2bath house.
rent a
It APARTMENT SIZE DRYER 110' VOLT kitchen; pool tennis, washer dryer. Forest -
hardwood firs, cheat, 1 room avail. Quiet cozy, fireplace! Pets (any size) OK. $95 SPRING BREAK R/T Airfare to Philadelphia of Unicorn NW area, financing

416 NE 2nd Ave, $240/mo incl. util. 373- $175/mo' & utt. Sign lease not required.Call 375-2731. 2-22-5-8 from Tampa Mar. 2125. $158.' 752- 3745401. 3+21.7 easy

2381 evenings. 2-27-5-2 375-7978. 2-23-5-5 3081, 2-23-3-6



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ESTATE LICENSESat. BUYERS: I graduated from buy Cruiser Bikes Bikes, A More, Inc. *FREE* TLC for your papers, projects, theses,
claim tart 2-24 $175. 2133 NW 6th St. 373-6574. Gator Cycle etc Pro wp, Mac 2, laser) Graphics, sp.
Florida In 84. Now I own own Com-
Appraiser-state certified 2-27-90 my 3321 Archer Rd. 373-3962. Buy.Sell.T- Pregnancy Test chk., reasonable, nts, wknds, 373-9619.
I will reveal to what dealers
The Florida Canter 3712787. 2.22.10.7 pany. you car radeRent 2.22-10-10 Gainesville Women'iHEALTH 3-6-10-12
desperately don't want you to know about CENTER _
buying a car. For Info write to: Consumer
For sale-Time hare condominium located Wanted Female to drive elderly womanto 720 NW 23rd Avenue TYPING Near Butler Plaza Fast Ser
at Daytona beach FL at Sunrise Auto Consultants/Auto Buyers' Club of : Grocery Store, Dr. Appointments, etc. 377.5055 vice. $1.25 double space. Call 373.8387
beach club, 1212 N Atlantic Ave. unit 11, Florida/2215 SE 14th Ave., Suite 56, Call 335-2739 or 3714744. 2-21-5-10 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) 2-27-15-12
Ocala FL 32671. 2.2159 _
17th week deeply' Call 376-6847. 2-23- BIRTH CONTROL
Energetic articulate student for childcare Word proc/thesis-diss Specialist
72 Porsche 914 new paint recent, new Gynecology Service
2-4 days per wk 2:30pm: Into evenings. Grad sch exp*Equations*)Tables
engine, am/fm cats,needs clutch $2000. 4-30-71-11
8 MOTORCYCLES NONSMOKER own car with seatbelts. Laser.Graphics.Spell.Pu/del/
Call 377-5535 Iv. 2.22-5.9
message. Must be available summer $3.75hr. 377- MOVING Call Word Express at 373-0395. 2.28.15.

1982 Honda CM4SOE very clean and well 1982 TOYOTA SR5 4X4 pickup excel. 0900. 2-23-5-10 Resourceful student w/ full size truck will 12 _
kept; new tire and tubes; 13k ml.; run beat 336-9481. 3.8.30-
cond. new 31 tires, ps/pb/fm stereo any prlc.ln town.
42 $825/offer call Todd Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near
perfect; mpg: ; 11
SERVICESNW
must see. will sell for a firm $2500. Call
223.58 Dependable, quality service
3359539. Mike 378-1976. 2-22-5-9 11ONE campus.
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
STOP DENTISTRY
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
AUTOSAUTO 81 Datsun 310 excellent condition. Clean, near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Accepting new pts, emerg. 3734464. 3-7-11-12_
9 dependable, AM/FM, air. Great deal $20,10% disc, to students. 3328917. 4- Adult cleaning $30 child $20 Word $1.75 standard ds
$1295. 375-8061 Must see. 2285.9 30-75-11 ((4)wnd) tee $325, ((3)wlsd) tee $250 Processing pg
INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange (2)wiad) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide text 24 hrs or more. Call 373.4281 anytime

& Blue Insurance. Drive thru In Butler 1980 Cadillac power windows A locks, Accept MC.V.AE. 2-28-19-11 ask for Rick. 2-27-5-12
Plaza. We care. Call us 1st. Cadillac yellow leather Interior needs BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS

377-CARS. 223109Colt brakes ft tune up no reasonable offer
refused, 374-8141. 2-23-4-9 TYPING 13HELPWANTEDCIRCULATION
'85Sspd, 4 door a/c dependable 1233 NW 10th Ave.
good condition 86K miles, MUST SELL 1985 Nissan Sentra .Ioad.d. good condition 372-1664 12 SERVICES ROUTE DRIVER for The

11900. Call 3760512. 2-21-7-9 $3400.392-5520 days, ask for Betty, MC/VISA/lnsurance Independent Florida Alligator Must own
684-6064 evenings. 2-27-5-9 Free Pregnancy Test YOU WRITE WE TYPE reliable van or pick-up truck and be available
71 VW Westphalia Camper Ford V-6 engine Member Business Legal Personal Reports from Sam until lIam Monday through
no rust, great cond., $1750, 332- 79 Firebird. Excellent cond. Int like new, National Abortion Federation Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. Friday. Must have excellent driving record
6561. 2-23-5-9 a/c. Limited edition. Bright red. Call 335- 4-30-75-11 G'ville Handicapped Typing and valid Florida driver license. Pay
6345 ask for Sam. $2900 or leave mes- 3787179. per route plus mileage. Apply at the Alligator .
1982 Honda Accord 4dr Sspd 84500ml. A sage. 2.28-4.9 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? offices, 1105 West University Ave
good car for the money $2200 obo. All Get confidential testing and treatment at Typing reports business legal nue. Ask for the route driver application.No .
offers considered please call 395-9633. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- resumes cassettes transcribed applications calls, please. Affirmative Action/Equal
2-21-5-9 30-75-11 letters notary ..tc.Available Opportunity Employer.
10 WANTEDLocal 24 hours/7 days3722777. 43075.12
JEEP CJ5 v6 4wd: a '71 with low mlg., AAA STORAGE AVON 375-8967

maps, roll bar and soft-topnot( Included). Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class Close to UF, Convenient Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports, Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
Everything work $999. Bob, 338-0921. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine 4x4x4 $15/mo/ Theses whatever. Grad School P.T List. Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13
2-21-5-9 Jewelry' 373-9243. 4-30-75-10 4x8x8 $25/mo WCS 017 NW 13th 3739822. 4-30-75-
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 12 EARN $35

4-30-75-11 This week for new donors for 2 plasma
MICRO CENTERTyping 3364936. Full donations on our new automated ma-
** GATOR MOVING ** & ..service computing. Typing starts /@ chines. Special bonus programs each
I DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited 1.50/pfl Resumes $6 A Self service month. Free refreshments, free parking.
Full/Serv 1-
Mov/Storage/Packing
resumes $2.50/hr .15/page. Laser Experienced staff serving you since 1969.
by Trude Michel Jaffe Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis typeset graphics A spell check these Call or stop by Gainesville plasma 238
Llc/lns. 374-4791 43075.11
Harry/Bill papers special character employment SW 4th Ave. 378-9431 Mon-Frl 8-7 Sat.
ACROSS 73 Barber's call 32 North Carolina 54 Like early databases A mailmerge training. 8-2. 4-30-73-13
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM ,lessons _
WordPerfect Visa/MC. 4-30-
1 Cookers for campus evening specialist.
Chinese food DOWN 33 Washer 56 Marry In haste boarding woodser facilities APPLICATORSWE
hay rides parties sales working
57 Heat-resistant Great Typing! English maj/ret.) court rptr
5 Weather 1 Ebb amount TRAIN FTiPT/
students accepted. 466-3224, 375-8080. 19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel.
forecast 2 Scents 34 Gaelic glass 4-30-75-11 ipellg/proofg/ From $1.25 Call Jill WE TRAIN FT/PT
9 "This Happy 3 Holy book 35 The Cadet's' 58 Branch 377-9908. 2-28-24-12 / $9 hr finishers (non-union)

-": 1944 4 Bouts march here 59 Wings *SUNBELT MOVING* / $14 hr mgmt (entry level)
film 5 Existed 37 lII.fame 61 Bovine SCRIBE SERVICES Computer/Laser / franchise available

14 "...like -I I go 6 Precedes 40 False god comments Professional 1 -House Moving/Packing full. Local/Lng dist.& Supplies.1Item Llc/lns.. Typing Graphics, Editing & Publication CALL TODAY 3-866-7771
63 Make an Design 818 W. Univ. Ave. 3776170. 2- 2-28-22-13
to find my 7 Horse of afawn" 42 Follow Priced for Students! Marty 37S-MOVE. 4- _

: certain color 45 Swampy impression 22-20-12 Paying $125 to persons w/lnfected/ cuts,

Shako 8 Seine 47 Stable sound 65 French numeral Credit Card guaranteed acceptance, no Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic
15 Ox of the feeder 50 Zero 67 Anderson's' security deposit, write S. Marion, 1100 service. Reasonable rates. Laser study. Blood test required. Call 331-
Celebes 9 Charm 52 It (hurry) "High = Tudor Dr. Dept. A-1. G'ville 32607. 3-8- printer. 377-8175 9.00pm. 3-16-35-12 5379. 4-3-20-13_

16 Related 10 A nucleic 20-11
maternally acid: Abbr. ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: GATOR TYPING Fast Accurate. Low NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER

17 Polaris 11 New York City 1 AM .. A I G E N A. S SR.IVES.lIINUls.ICED. HOUSESITTING SERVICES experk) Rates. Quality laser printing. Discount, CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for
enced, very responsible sitter. References avail. Days, eves, wknds. 373-4564. 2- program specialists: Team Sports, Tennis
19 Squander waterway available, Call 3770585. 28-16-12 ; Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire:
20 Muse of 12 End for Henri MI ST.FROMlfNEMO 2-23-5-11 Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ). 190 Linden Ave,

poetry 13 Consider BAS E B All B A IT. NOMETAPE Typing/Wordprocessing, WordPerfect Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeeglrls( ), 16
21 Boredom 18 Egyptian RETRO 5.1. quality work fast results, low rates Horseneck Road, Montvllle NJ 07045.
23 Highland hawk-headed dependable, personal service. Tara 332- Please call 18007760520. 4-18.48.13
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26 Perfume basis 25 Zounds! &, reliable service. Call Nancy, Continued on next page.REAL .
28 Refined stuff 27 Harrow's 3722750. 2-23-13-12
30 On the go rival OTARU EASED

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59 Cambodian's GETS ONE YEAR FREE!

neighbor 35 Nautilus Machines
60 Down days for 4
the team Gainesvil.le'sLargest

62 Icy 1fS"S Aerobics Room
64 Troy
66 Amundsen's 54 9 56 57 Total Free Weight Facility

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68 Heavenly food CALL DAYS EvEN/NGS/ WEEKENDS Open 6OOam-Midnight:

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Jobs Outdoors. Over 5,000, AND FUN W* buy MAKE& sell MONEY used I FC
good clothing TRAVEL GROU Skydive with the Wilhston, skydivers 336-
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Openings Parks Forests Fire
THE WILD Is looking for models and Call Second Act. 373-8527, 4-30-75-15
Crews. Send stamp for free details. 113E 7970. 3.115.15Skl.th.
dancers Extra Income No experience Cancun $299 .00. Jamaica $299
Wyoming, Kalispell, MT 59901. 3-6.20- necessary Call 336-0972 to set up interview Racket! ial.:moil tennis & racquetball **MARDI GRAS $189 *A* North Orlando-Iceland R/T

13'A' 227.5.13National rackets are 30% off; wide selection- Climb Aboard The Party of your Life air/hotel/bus/tour/meals 4 Hiles $543

Plus Notes.We are expanding other friendly knowledgeable staff.quality ser Limited Space 7 nltes $794 Jamaica ie open Dorothy'sT
colleges We are seeking responsible, Marketing Firm seeks mature vice E Z T.nnl" 221515VuarnetCarreraRayBanGaior For more Info/resv Call 5pm-9pm rv 1. 377-1600 227-10-15
student to manage on-campus promo 371-0089 332.9854
honest motivated people or lulltime managerial tions for top companies this school year. Great 800-783.2262 MEAL DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich special

position. Great career opportunities Flexible hours whigh earnings potential prlces-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical See us every Thurs at Court Side Sportson w/free 16oz drink BAGELS UNLIMITED
interested, competitive Please salary, and benefits If each semester Must be organized, hard Laboratory 376-5S63. 618 SW 4 Ave 1 Umv across UF 1620 W Umv Open 7am to 7pm. 2-23-8.
call 3716954. 2.23-
10.13 working & money motivated. Call Jeanme block from Ala Gen. 430-7515 226-11-15 15
or Lisa at 800.592.2121. 221-1-13

Computer Operator/Secretary: Part.time, Natural Foods and Vitamins Stringing: don't get pulled by s cheap imitation Late nits fun at Alley Katz. Bowling billiards
5.0 CRUISESHIPJOBS Birkenstock Sandals At E Z Tennis, stringing is an art, & beer Look In the Paper Mint for
position WordPerfect mail merge EARN TOP $$$ WEEKLY Sunflower Health Foods & service Lanes available Mon-Thurs after
and Hours and not a Job. Quality, great prices coupons
programming. salary negotiable .
1.800.926.8447 EXT C1 170. 2.21.1.13BUSINESS 87 SW 34th St. 372 7482 221-5-15 9pm. 221515Y
Call Girls Club for Pence or 4-30.75-15
Maria 373-4475. ((9.00-6 00)) 2.27.10.13
NAIL CREATIONSNow wait for a sale? For great prices on
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mum experience, good & 215.15
373.9790 Open Mon-Sat 8 to 8. 2-23-15.
pleasant working conditions, send resume
2/28/90 Tri. terminals & PC'S, buy, sell, 15 Reitz Union Barber Shop-ground floor Appointments
by to County Engineer.
trade rent & repair Great prices. QUAL- PREGNANT? Don't guess Immediate for busy students Walk.ins
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Going out of m.n's apparel business All 2-21.5-15 GOING TO MARDI GRAS?
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get another chance to end losing streak


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fensive teams in the conference.Monday's the free throws, you don't t want it."
UF
By RON KASPRISKE If doesn't win tonight, it will have to
Alligator Writer rely on beating Vanderbilt on the road Sat 62-59 loss to Miami was be- The disappointing loss overshadowedguard
urday. The Gators, who lost to Vanderbilt lieved to be UF's best chance to end its Renaldo Garcia's 22-point, threeassist -

The sour taste left in the UF basketball 71-64 in the O'Connell Center last month, losing streak,but the Gators folded in familiar ]- performance against the Hurricanes.Up .

team's mouth after Monday's surprising lossto will then play Louisiana State at home next fashion, missing free throws. until the closing minutes of the game,

Miami will barely have time to settle as Wednesday for what could be their 15th UF missed the front end of four oneandone Garcia seemed to have the Gators jelling,

the Gators face Mississippi State tonight at consecutive loss. free throw opportunities late in the but several missed free throws and the
7:30: in the O'Connell Center. back and mental lapse UF has fallen into from timeto
Tonight, the Gators will have to contend game, allowing Miami to come
Riding a 12-game losing streak, UF ((6-17 with All-SEC candidate Cameron Burns, score 18 of the game's last 20 points. time this season resurfaced.

overall, 2-12 in the Southeastern Confer- who is leading Mississippi State with 18.8 "We're out there pretending to be a bas- "Hopefully they'll learn from this," said

ence) will be getting its last good chance to points and 7.9 rebounds a game. Burns, a ketball team, but at the end we've got no interim coach Don DeVoe. "When we havea

end its losing skid before breaking the 6-foot-7 forward, is joined by three other guts," freshman Stacey Poole said after team that's a little older and more mature,
school record of 14 consecutive losses by Bulldogs scoring in double figures as Greg Monday's loss. "We didn't want to win this we'll handle these situations a little better."

the 1981-82 Gators, who finished 5-22. Carter ((12.9 ppg), Doug Hartsfield ((11.6 game. If we had wanted to win it, we would A loss tonight would also guarantee that

Mississippi State is 12-11 overall but only ppg) and Tony Watts ((11.6 ppg) give Mis- have made our free throws. When you play UF would finish in last place in the confer-

5-10 in SEC play and 4-7 on the road. sissippi State one of the most balanced of- your hearts out for 38 minutes, but can't ence for the first time since 1981.



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Alligator Writer ,1
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ranked women ((14-1 overall, 6-0 in
One would think the 11th- the conference) are expected to
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ranked UF men's swim team, walk away with the SEC crown, -rfT- -*
which had a week off before Tennessee and host Alabama are

today's opening of the Southeastern likely to give the men ((9-4, 1-2))

Conference Championships, problems.

would have _________ Both teams .
jumped at the have beaten the bP
Alabama should be !
chance to jump Gators this sea-

into the pool. pretty pumped up be- son. The Vols]
After all, the whipped the Ga-
swimmersaren't cause it's in their tors 71-42 last Y

exactly month. In the U! f
home pool. It will
favorites going
season opener, ALLIGATOR PHOTO
into the tourna- probably be a three- Alabama edged UF swimmer Paul Robinson has the Gators' top time in the 500-yard freestyle this season heading
ment. UF 59-54 in the into the Southeastern Conference Championships today.

Instead, they way battle, but we'vejust final relay. guys.They're going to be a factor, really well, the team will come qualified for nationals.

slept In halfas and got to stand up Reese is con- and if they swim well I think they'll together as a whole,"Zubero said. Reese said their performanceswill
practiced cerned that
push Tennessee back. Hopefullythey' "In order to win the meet,everyonewill not be full indication of what
much a
as the blocks and the men'slight
on even )] swim well and that could
have to swim well. We can'tafford
usual,while the trainingwill they will do at the NCAAs, but he
heavilyfavoredLady show them what not be help us. to have anyone swim badly. is hoping for some good swims.
The Gators will need more than "Alabama] should be
Gators we've enough for pretty "If they swim well here (at the
got. just Alabama's help. Reese said he pumped up because it's in their
trained hard.
them to over SECs) it will be gratifying knowing
hopes the decrease in training over home pool. It will probably be a
But being Martin Zubero come 1989 SEC they have a lot of resting and shaving
the past two weeks will lower their three-way battle,but we've just got
lazy might be Ten- "
the best thing UF swimmer champion 5- times. The men also have shaved, to stand up on the blocks and show going into the NCAAs, he
nessee ((8-1,
said.
which decreases their drag in the them what we've got."
the could .
men 1)) Rut he !says
do. Gators coach Randy Reese said Alabama ((12.0, &-0)));the-only teamto water. The Lady Gators, who have won Senior Julie Gorman said al-
their Junior Martin Zubero said that eight of the nine SEC though she expects Tennesseeand
decreasing training can only beat the Vols] this season, champion-
decrease their times. And that's doesn't have what it takes to win. although Tennessee is probablythe ships, including the last four, are Georgia to be the Lady Gators'main
favorite, the meet will come competition,she sees the UF
the only way the men will be ableto expected to repeat. Unlike the
win the SECs. "I don't think they have the down to which team is more "men men, they will wait to shave and women as the favorites to win the

depth," Reese said. "I think it's tally tough." fully decrease their training until tournament."If .

The teams are in Tuscaloosa] going to come down to depth, and "If we get some leadership from the NCAA Championships next I were betting,"Gorman said,

Ala., this week for the tournament, they haven't had the number of top the upperclassmen and they swim month. Most of them already havemake "I'd put money on us."


I ,. Football team loses third recruit to NCAA scare 1By I


ALEX MARVEZ signing day last Wednesday, was initely in there before."I rently are under NCAA investigation Spurrier was out of town and

Alligator Writer projected to sign with either UF, could have fallen out of my were going to receive three unavailable for comment.
Michigan or Michigan State. chair when he made the announce- years of probation.

The UF football team lost another Miami was considered an outside ment. Pittsburgh was his first visitin Andre Washington, a linebacker Jones caught 73 passes last sea-
touch-
and nine
top high school] recruit Tues4 possibility."He December, and they were kind from Jacksonville Ribault, also downs.son for 1,089 yards timed at 4.41
He has been
day because of the threat of NCAA of out of it. I thought he'd say backed out of an verbal commitment
told he dash. I
(Jones) me was seconds in the 40-yard
sanctions against the Michigan or Florida.
program. last
Thursday and
afraid of probation and really, re- signed for sign-
Chris Jones,the state's top wide ally concerned with the team get Jones becomes the third key recruit with Georgia. Washington told his "The reasons he gave he felt he I

receiver from West Palm Beach ting the death penalty," Cardinal to escape from the Gators. high school coach, Bernard Gray, ing with Pittsburgh were
could step right in and play, (quarterback -
Cardinal Newman, ended almost a that he received an
Newman coach Sam Budnyk said. Lake Wales High linebacker anonymous to I
Alex) Van Pelt is going
week of speculation by signing a letter detailing a similar
who Roberson switched penalty.
"Apparently someone was re- James a verbal be head coach I
a sophomore, (Pitt
scholarship with the University cruiting him told him this,becausehe commitment from UF to Florida Verbal commitments are not Paul) Hackett likes to throw the!

< Pittsburgh. did like (UF coach Steve) Spur State last Tuesday. Lake Wales binding, but indicate a player's ball and they're a national team,"I

Jones, who has canceled two rier the best. That's what knocked coach James Hale said someone likely choice of where he will attend Budnyk said. "I'm almost in a state I
news conferences since national Florida out,because they were def' told Roberson the Gators,who cur. college. of shock." I I12AWGATOR


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tit i I' 10111 Il iori 1Ia ---A I VOLUME 83, NUMBER 108 WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1990 Hispanic Heritage Week to feature Latin band. 5 Football team loses another recruit.12 ALtViNuw o)" Sante Fe Community College instructor Vivian Fowler counsels a group of UF police officers on racial sensitivity. Police seek better race relations By GEOFF BOUCHER Alligator Staff Writer UF police Chief Everett Stevens will meet with 12 student leaders this afternoon to hash out problems between campus blacks and police, problems that peaked with charges of officers harassig blacks for no reason other than their skin color The meeting will be the first for the [FJpolice studentadvisoryboardacommittee set up by Stevens three weeks ago to examine department procedures and offer recommendations to improve them. Stevens said establishing the board, along with educating officers and the public, will go a long way toward soothing tensions. "Anything we can do to make ourselves more responsive and more effiLandowner: cient is worthwhile," Stevens said last month "If there is a perception that there is a problem, then we have to do something to learn why." The board was one of three programs Stevens promised Jan. 26 to improve communication with campus blacks, an effort prompted by complaints from some black students who say they are targets of unfair treatment Stevens said members will decide the group's format and schedule Board member Raymond Sweet, a freshman, said he isn't sure what direction the group will take, but said it will bring attention to problems "The only thing I can see it doing is jogging some minds and making people think," Sweet said Stevens'actionscame shortly after the first meeting of the Quality of Life Task Force, a group Interim UF President Robert Bryan created to examine the experiences of black and Hispanic students and recommend ways to soothe recent racial tensions Stevens said the other two promised programs-distributing abrochureoutlining complaint procedures and enrolling officers in cultural awareness courses -would promote understand ing on both sides of the issue He said arrangements are being made to schedule the awareness courses, which will complement the sensitivity training officers already receive For the past two years, part of that sensitivity training has included a class on racism and sexism taught by Santa Fe Community College instructor Vivian Fowler see Meeting. page 4 UF task force interviews top administrators By GEOFF BOUCHER Alligator Staff Writer The UF task force created (o Lnd ways tO Implore strained race relations on Ci ipn I nesda' after noon gathering uestimony about student lilt fromn flp administrators The Quality of I life Task For t, k relied by lnlvrvm UF President Robert im it) examine hblk and Hispanic student life at 'F. mlierviewed Iiudl.( ialls Vite president Art aiideern. Iltiu i l Ih ,,isit, I p 10'a ild ( it iald reprear i ,g dItc I ( II [ 'el:r v it t t Ihr(iighuil t N ihe ijnerw s t'!pled IsI 1(r( ',r b ,t~la thu I}it [c behi (I Idea, V l dii1 i.rler, All;( IIII [tied t-lhbVllig A il iiu llt\ hnILuI: Cultural urte, providing a campua mf100 ing pt. I If" IT rd 11111W IIdelt k 1 IId lI 1proi,111 t tinse'ling blent/ Union I )nte I IL Dau I rtl/, I 'd .1 siurl ,s i slate (LIU T r n ia n %Ini Tuorm .I rt I eu T to [he froward Resi dent e Area to Lfs b atk \i.dit lt the gathering ;)'itI t(ie ld fo(m id-mim ers .it needeel Kra[,ter stil ILt' propo 0 hit v hit il t mi c o III e dust Ifl li c Tit o I k 11.1) vi li n"plit 1,~ll Kratter said it the project geis luodig rom state legislators, the task force might Loasidtr recommending the expansion project be stepped up from its 1992 date to an earlier deadline While students may get the rt reatio building, the proposal for a class on rice relies Taty be too hard to set up Hemp said adding such a n datoryI tourse would be difficult because of strict requirt-leTs ia maijrs such as engineering and arch ccure, where course requirements already [tilt cla seh i lon He ialso said students usually spend tour to five vears at UF to get (heir degrees, arl administrators ar relucan to add onto that Hemp said the class would not only pose a problem to the academic affairs office, but also to teachers who would be hard pressed to boil down different cultures into one course "flow much would you locus on African-Ameri-ais or on ilatin-Americans or on Native Americans?" Hemp said "Pretty soon you're talking about three semesters instead of three hours Use tax revenue to improve Student Ghetto By BLAKE FONTENAY Alligator Writer Calling the Student Ghetto "a second downtown," a local landowner asked city commissioners Monday to divert $500,000 earmarked for a downtown redevelopment project to pay for road improvements in the neighborhood north of campus. Nathan Collier. manager of University Apartments and several other smaller housing units in the neighborhood, requested that the 3rCity Commission apply part of the Fl revenues from a projected sales lax increase to fund paving and landscaping work there Alachua County voters will decide March 13 whether to increase the sales tax by a penny If voters approve the increase, local government bodies within the county will share the revenue City commissioners planned to spend $500,000 generated from the increase to renovate the Downtown Plaza, but Collier said improvements to the Ghetto area should take priority Collier said that the term 'Sfident Ghetto" suggests a negative image for the neighborhood and referred to the area as "College Park" instead "College Park is a unique neighborhood," Collter said. "In a college town, there is a second downtown A Gail Collins, executive director of the Downtown Redevelopment Agency, defended the plaza project. The work, which would open the plaza to more pedestrian and vehicle traffic, is needed to stimulate downtown growth, Collins said, "There is a lot more to this than just redeveloping the plaza," Collins said."Downtown sat the heart of the redevelopment effort I hope there is some way to meet the needs of both these areas." Some commissioners also saw problems with Collier's proposal Approving use of sales tax revenues for paving would "set a bad precedent" because the commission originally decided to use the money only for recreation, economic development or health and safety improvements, Commissioner Rodney lng said "Ilbe city colmlissiOn decided that they did not want to spend sales tax revenues to build roads and sidewalks," long said. "If we do this for one neighborhood, it's going to start a ball of wax rollMng Other neighborhoods could make similar requests if Collier's idea were approved, Wrng said If the city changed its plans to use the money forroadwork, there should be a policy to distribute the money equally citywide, long said see Ghetto, page 4

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% \ I i\ [IIA e A I r 21, oo III NGLI,~O Veterinary students to neuter shelter's animals By SUSAN SPENCER Alligator Wr'ter lhe Alachua County (fmmirs Sliot unanimously approved a ell tract Tuesdav that will .llov St(ond-year (IF veteruiarx sl t II nit to neuter 80 dogs eiInd] (its hrom the county animal Shelter Commissioners changed the enilract's wirdig t Stress no reSearch will be performed The people itiated thlat of fithi (ouly they feel this hve IS d t!, Srotiieov Suit'. (}otlmissontr Ieeny PropFosed he change Ihis stllete. tudeltls in frt polite of A/etrinar l totll wIllnciterar iLls Ipart i I Lrriculi lhiii rlim, p s '4l1 hi putp 1) 1 orad0ptti Ionl I reduce Lost, said John snydter, directorol [lie Alachui County Ainical Shel ter [1e nrnial fee for aLopting a (log at the shelter S i, hut a dog teiteriil Ivc 'ttermarv NtiJhtet lltositSi19 eIlittee fora neutercl t o lit L t elle lia t to re, lit c I lt nt I benetI l'vervrah vL.nN(t t'iptr:c& the vet I hool Lnd lohi aloiual 1holer save of cdopliol more-'t I Iit Votetnary School pre viousiy pld :4tCol oir ent atiiinal 1sed ii IetLr'/ation extrt Sts Seol tl vetertirian I arol Ihorson loe tl inctrati, lch I "itve [lite xt .l.n1 gl,O0 I k ro *eL lel ,It Itlid CLlils i s fr [
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GnHETTo from page 1 But Collier the Student lunked to econ said renovation in Ghetto would be Om development "here's a tendency to take the students, who are the economic lifeblood of this community, for granted," Collier said "People secession Mikhail for ccctions liuoin say she spillt in ley presidenhial rate Mos foreign diplomats and other political ub strvtr, belveit it. hdiisia Front WIll wmn 7 narrow victory Ortega's (ampi.tgi has targeted young voters it x'iliiig Ithermwidh cinc'erls, dances and suggestioms that Sandiista Front volers have more fun Ortega himself has transformied his image. shed ding his 1ustoiary miutary fatigues for brightly colored shirts and blue eans end dancing Oi stage at his pIoliiRal ralhes the UNO has Ined to link Ortega t', the disasirous site of the Nicaraguan economy and promised to aIoluTh tie highly unpopular military dract Oriega called ihe Feb 25 elections last year as part ofa deal With four the Central Anmrt.an leaders promising tI open iii) Nitarigua's pohtl systuii ill exchange lor ther call to dismantle the S ha kt'd (onira rebel organuiotzati SmIhmsiAi ollutIals Lsy Ihey expet [lie eletnors tni it'riem,-et I rojecions to the legiiuwt, vOf their rule Uld ieti he door toy improved relations Ir LT gtm [ias unded tle Cotitras iitriiiltiltly it'L io' early 1'LIsn diil has maintained 'icoiomiti enlisner agaily Ntyragua once lines [lie fiish adnuinstratpoi has expiess.'d Lunral Thai lle sandoustis ought use fraud to maimain their 1fld on ptwlr About I 7 million IL' are elgilbi tovolt Bytsides pi esdtIiui -i tId vite irtsid tI, voters will t ouIse delplrti s1 [lit l ) seat N.toiial Assembly and rt'it stnatots It i more Than 140 municipl t council :eks independence GorbaiiheY promised during his visit Iast month Goratlicev, on the first trip to Ithului ever by I soviet leader, pledged CO delver a legal me hamsm that would einiblt any of the vast country 15 republics to leave the union Gorbachev went to Lithuania to 1rn to convilce the breakaway communists to return to the national party's told, but his three-day viit turned into aforum for terce debate over independence for the entire republic fhe national party's Central Commit tee, adopting a hisIuric platfori personally drafted by Gorbachev, swept away its 72-year monopoly role and approved a multi-party system at a momentous plenum of its own two weeks ago But i a separate vote the party brass also condemned the Lithuanian communists' defiant actions of Dec 20, saying they underminee the unity of the Soviet Communist Party and do considerable damage to the process of renewal of the Soviet federation and society as a whole and many ot them open up Stevens said the classes are needed to help officers learn to deal with the public, but he says police aren't the only ones who need education "Lots of the problems we've had could have been handled at the time if People were more aware of complaint procedures instead of having these things build up over a period of time and getting everyone upset," Stevens said "The brochure will tell people how to notify us if they have a problem with an aren't anxious to send their sms and daughters to a place called the 'Student Ghetto' "Does Harvard have a student ghetto" Collier said "Excellence embraces many facets and one of them is housing Commissioners decided to refer Collier's request to the city manager's office for further study officer The blue tri-fold pamphlet lists the nine steps in the complaint process, from filing the grievance, through Investigation and the final decision Stevensjudges the severity of complaints and assigns minor ones to the unit commander for informal investigation while more serious charges are referred to internal Affairs for formal investigations Brochures will be available at the Reitz Union information desk and nine other places on campus. long cast the lone dissenting vote as commissioners agreed that the request should be evaluated in the context of all the expected sales tax revenues, not just money set aside for the plaza project No specific date was given for the city manager's staff to report back to the commission on the issue. Black History Month Feb 21 + Play / "QUESTIONS" Re'tz LUinun Ballroom 7 P) m Black Student Union is Funded by Sliudni GovmrOAl1 Advertising run as a public srInc by rie sndepednI Florida Afgaor DRESS SLACKS LAW& FAWNlO -o Usesli SfMO KA5 e* *A enO CAASA hAiS .ams 13 $12 CASUAL SACKS MayT MORS VALUES TO Sm $12 SHORT ORESS '"in WINDS~ SLEEVE SHIRTS $6 VUWKSiD $21 TONY LaMn" PAT -i TODD way a" "y$ f ,ION $10 SHORT SLEEVE WILUE WEAR -SOLIDS A 5151 *MNOY MIMIS VALUES TO 124 $7 LONG SLEEVE MAW! STMES 1fI Ua VALUES To Us s, 3/516 S SHORT SLEEVE SLLIMntO nSTME *fta nh mo SUPN $7 UNIVERSITY INN 1901 SW. 13th I X U.F. 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Latin band headlines Hispanic celebration By USE FISHER Alligator Writer Ihe Latn band Los Sobrinos del Juez will perform in the Reitz Union Rion Ballroom March 3, but it won't bean event to sit down and listen to, The ballroom's wooden floor should see a lot of dancing, said Raul Mateu, Student Government Productions chairman. flickets go on sale today at 9 30 a m at the University Box Office and all TicketMaster outlets. Student tickets are $6. one fee card per ticket, and $9 for the public, plus a $1 service charge. The band, whose title means "The Judge's Nephews," will headline Il's HispamI Student Association's Hispanic Heritage Week. Feb 28 through March I HSA Pubhe Relations ( hairwoman Milena [Antis said HSA wants to share sptual aspects of Hispanic culture, suchasdancing. with the entire Gainesville Coamunity during Heritage Week "We want to share how impor tant dancing is to us,'lanzas said "For some its almost a required part of social life Carlos Oliva, band leader, said the group's music blends classic salsa with American rock andjazi The band is known for its energetic live shows, with perfor see Baind, page 7 Students give city good grades E E Sil es wE're o Uf S E U go I 5 Feb. 21 Penny Vote I for "Slyest Spy" Feb. 22 Adeespies Game I Party at Club X 8:30 -11:00 PM I All Proceeds go to the Gainesville Ronald McDonald House IummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJ NI. i %I A At -AT1 ATl Al Al l Al A1 A A DELTA GAMMA Wishes to congratulate our new sisters Tracy Amiel Kathy Messina Christina Baker Deborah Milner Jill Barnhohz Jennifer Milchell Rebecca Benham Alisse Moselle Mchele Bise Sandy Nogge Corinne Boller Liza Perdomo Stephanie Bussell Lisa Porta Kathy Cleland Nicole Reckner Rhonda DeArmond Tanya Robertson Mellissa Dellapenna Kelly Schaeffer Shannon Dyer Suzanne Schaffer Natasha Espada Sharon Springrose Rachael Fadden Nicole Stass Katie Fitzpatrick Karen Thomas Jennifer Gibert Brooke Thomon Kara Hendry Lauren Travis Haley Humphrey Jodi Valeri Heather Kippenberger April Vara Jenny Latham Michelle Weenick Krin Ludwig Michelle Wiecek Shannon McKnight Kelly Wise Bridget McMillen Molly Zehnle WELCOME ABOARD A r. Ar .A r ArA r -Ar .Ar Ar A ar A -Ar Ar .A. 1M~qNEV WCFRI in 57RL M G M IAYTRIPTO Explore New Park Attractions!! MARCH 3, 1990 SAM-12AM Price: Students $43 Non-students $50 Cort nmciuu lmatio & Intentional m ene for Food wl inclue) FoqMouoCall3921655 ,,.b, IS UC ~l 7 i-lR o-i 0(A AEi AE AE AE AIEVI AE AELI AELIALI] AEAER AHI AEI CONGRATULATIONS to AEH for winning 9 Ist Place 1989 BLUE LEAGUE > i McCARTY AWARD Presented by I.F.C. For Outstanding Community Servicel .ErIAEII AE AEn AEI AEn AEn AEZI AEf AEn AEn AEI AEI f you can't let us 373556 211 West University-next door to Central City r------" i CUT $9.95 Perm $34.95 Highlight II I (Fg VI? tsi ss) I $19.95 I 'S your OO I I te $30 00) Firs ume I .shampoo I Fir i urrCUIo. cl e a' i F 'irTO Cu only By BLAKE FONTENAY AlligAtr rir Students from IlTI and Sana i e mmumty College generally are pleaSed with the way Gainesvillsi icy government operates, but they follow governmental activities Ins, dosely than permanent residents. a recent survey showed In the survey, presented to the City Commission Monday. perrilnent residents and college students gave the city high marksfor most of the services it provides But the students had stronger feelings than residents about several issues that the survey addressed Three researchers from the Communication Research Center at UFs College of Journalism and Communications conducted the survey for the city. They contacted It V rfsj' ll II slid(I TosI mminly leaders h.i \enttmlwr Stiletts tolfwi loil ,lJurs ItsN /eilously ian ot maient re IIti, hut r-ly r n i For nT i keep track of issi-N, [he survey Lound. TIdicating hat iginortirte may be bliss [or sliudeni 'When college studentsdi!fered significantly from permanent rest dents on evaluators, they (the str dents) ended to be moreposiive, the survey stated "For instance, the students gave significantly higher ratings to how the city handles drainage problems, the emergency medical service and parksand recreation." the survey stated "Tey also reported having their needs met by the housing authority and utilities at a s.li I i l r N V It N 'r 1 L 0:onh]l (1 (W ri1Mr l-rgtiun had ini casy txpiaid Wdl1 lOr Whoy Strodlets were so Nal St Ied aII yt so ap)aretIly (isitIeresIt(I i I local governmitetI Students ranked t rime and I ral fit as thecity's iop problems. tr hile permanent residents ted growth and economic development is their main concerns And 78 percent of the students said they would be willing to pay an extra half cent in sales taxes to fund more parks and recreation, compared toi8 percentof the permaneni presents

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111 1.11O R I I Y I S\ OPINIONS Do or die Who'l wc WVIre v 11v mfom told LI, 10 r'i (Lit W' taht lC When "c wt It u Ii aends told Is what Ilhes wo(' slioli I'ar \II We were 18, (ho suireoil Golnerl aid uS tO )IattiCe stt -CX \A wm whlit cr we ling wi In hdd w('ve giot lots of rcisln i) ecytioli fiash I'hus IN Rccychlkn Week 9) a [ Th[ and till Enviionmell ul, Action Group is Irylt to et its lRsage across by imtonllng students that I( cycling can and 'hould he a poiI of their lifestyles Ihe miatitrial, We us(, cvtVryddy, such IN paper, plastic [otd aluiimiim, cluttet up i i al(cly ovetrcrit owded landfills although they can be reused And we can't conserve just dien we feel like it aNnoe. it's to the point whee we don't have a choice Ihok about it this wav, cycling is a lot like tI con (-Ip ,fsafhr sex.When a poison thinks about knowing 10MR0n a little better. they know that they call be [IloQtced by using a condom or abstaining from sex. When it comes to protecting tltcrnvironmein .they have of recycle certain prodt ts andi abstain from materials h:s i ifoam II fact, consider styloloam tl worst possible psonsul You wouIld go oil a blind (late with. With all the opportunities and options available, there If not any reasons not to recycle. Those who work or live on campus have no CxcLuse Those who live in houses fi Alachua County -again no excuse. And soon, apartment dwellers also won't have any reason not to participatk either fact: Coinciding with EAGs program is the kickoff and distribution of boxes for UF's residence hall and family-housing paper recycling projects. This project Juns the administration amd classroom-building paper ecycling program which now recycles about 100.000 pounds of paper per month. Solid waste coordinator Al Krause said the response to the new program, particularly in family housing, is overwhelming He said that once the residence hall program is in full swing, he expects to retrieve 200,000 pounds a month -about half of what Physical Plant can handle. By this summer, Krause said he hopes to start a complete residence hall recycling program providing pickups for paper, plastic, aluminum and glass. Fact 42,000 homes in Alachua County have curbside recycling pickup along with regular garbage services. Forty-four percent of those homes are taking advantage of the voluntary program, said Pam Brown, Gainesville's recycling coordinator. Fact: Gainesville is testing Florida's first apartment complex program this month as a model for the rest of the state. Brown said by the end of March,28 other complexes -a lot of which are student dwellings -will be equipped with big blue containers and recycling dumpsters All containers should be in place by the end of the year, she said. It's getting easier each day to remember to recycle on and off campus. But it doesn't matter how many reminders there are, you're the only one who can protect yourself and your environment. That's a fact. alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Iotteam Policy letters P the elor snould no m em 200 wordS LabLot One &ay 10 pagTh rhey should be yped danbie 'paced and .'gnnh They ShOuld Include lyad ~name addeis and teIpflorte number Namer. wile be awined I he Nte sh05owst Caus I nuW any qOTiO S caJ the Citmiu, D.N diior at 376A458 .1 ME Ce .et 'Sl 7 Eth~INi We need black history, engineers -rwo weeks ago, the Society for Black Student I engineers held a forum entitled "Airican-Amencans Myths vs. Realities." This was an open forum that discussedsuchissues as whether Affirmative Action is reverse discrimma101, why there is a need for a black history month. ithe purpose of the BSJ and the NAACP, the fallacy lat the drug crises n this country are a "black ,ioblem," why blacks haven't done is well as Asians i this country by achieving IiI large percentages academically and the myth of the superior black athlete As president of SBSE, I felt that it was the responsiility of those of us who have achieved in lime to not only reach back and help less fortumnate brothers and sisters to make it, but also to educate people about the state of black America. I was eager for this forum to be a positive step in racial harmony -a new beginning It would give whites a chance to learn some things I'm sure they've always wondered about. But of the 21 people who attended the program, only two were white. Ihis program was advertised in The Alligator and fliers were posted on campus. Operatingon the assumption that either most white students didn't know about the forum or had previous engagements, I will now use this opportunity afforded to me by the free press to drop some science on some of our more ignorant white brethren So why is there a black history month' Because there is virtually no black history taught in this country While I'm sure that most of us have been schooled on the exploits of Napoleon, Charlemagne, King Henry, Queen Elizabeth, Richard the Lion-hearted and Marie Antoinette. we are told nothing about Mans.c Kankan Mussa, Akhenaton, Taharqa, Nzingha, Hat. shepsut, Sunni Ali Ber or Trye. We are led to believe that all Africans were running around the continent with loin cloths and living pnmifive lifestyles from the "education" we get from Tarzan movies and National Geographic Sorry folks, but this image is not accurate. The white man is not responsible for all the technology in the world; I am taught about Isaac Newton but you don't even know who Imhotep is, what he did or where he's from. The hypocrisy of it all is sickening Are affirmative action programs and minority scholarships an attempt to make up for this imbalance and blacks 350 years of slavery and legal oppression? No, not at all. This country doesn't have enough land, money or integrity to pay back AfricanAmericans for what all those years have done to them as a people. *e Theron C (:obeyt S PEAKING OUT Blacks make up approximately 14 percent of this 5! atte populaon We pay taxes, takeout loans, ivest mnoncy and buy soup powder, toothpaste and automohiles But blacks are not fully represented in government, the miltary, banking institutions or Imdustry. so something is seriously wrong here Most whites don't seem to have any problem with a predominantly black custodial staff or maintenance crew But when you start talking about making a few more blacks white-collar professionals, they have a problem Yes, government and private corporations are trying to recrit more black professionals because "it just doesn't look right" to be taking our money from us as consumers and taxpayers and not putting us in positions of authority So Affirmative Action and minority scholarships are created to ensure that the work force at all levels. and the college student body, are more representative of the state's population So what do some of our fellow white students do?They form a white student union that opposes these programs, While Black, Jewish and Hispanic Student unions were formed to provide cultural unity for minority groups on this campus, the purpose of the white student union will be to ensure that no minority student benefits in any way because of their race As long as blacks remain in a non-threatening posture, then everything is hunky-dory to them. As long as we remain in the housing projects and ghettos then everything is alright. But apanelestablished by Congress in 1986arnved at estimates along with the National Science Foundation which foresees a shortfall of 560,000 scientists and engineers in the year 2010. In addition, the Bureau of Labor and Statistics projects that 85 percent of new workers in the year 2000 will be women or minones. Blacks currently make up less than 2 percent of all engineers, scientists, physicians and lawyers And some of you are hell bent on insuring that not one individual among that 2 percent are given a decent chance at making something out of their lives. My forefathers had to right for freedom from slavery in the 19th century. My grandfathers had to fight for the freedom of equal opportunity in the 20th century. And it looks as if my children and I are going to have to fight for economic freedom for our people in the 21st century, Theo, C Colbertis an electineal eginteringsemro

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Lb --I k I I k1 1 1 1 i i t I r h t l, % 1 lul I'LrL.1 I'll Sale good Monday, February 19th thru Friday, February 23rd Not valid with other offers No add ons or subsitutions pleas. Just South of the Underpass on 13th Street BAND Inr page 5 namt eN usually sting about Iwo Iroi laneu said It plays a variely of popilr music including pop, ballads. Lim, love songs and bouth American tures, nosi Of which are in sparish or a iixture ol Sp;mish and Enhllsh SGP booked Oliva and his band laI, week, Mateu said, for a $,.000 let [pIls about S4,000 in product on costs me0id ing lights, sound and publicty Mateu said SGP has never staged in Hispaicigrouplefore He said he hopes |1e concert allrac at least 500 peiyl "There is unity who tipportive Mateu said a large, local lhspnFlni on1 are very involved and rn of these kind of even s Mateu said the Registrars Office reports there were 2,094 Hfr spano 11-1 dents on campus last fall Lanzas said HSA hopes the Ganes ville community and UF students will attend Heritage Week events. "Were trying to reach all the Hispanic students who have been silent and unmivolved In campus activists I The week's other activities will in clude an Hispanic film festival, craft expo, fiesta and food festival, Students' problems explored in play By CHRISTINA DURR All f ip Writer I wo Iuiudea pl iatywrgtI-,I hioe ti lead I I aImlente iio t ie hves A ngh [ i harak t wIFh .rFl 4r11m (If rFnory all Atl bla k thgt Publr& relations sF1nj: 1n1h I igls aord advt i mcg junitir Kevin Crawford wroitQnm 'Ai, hIi h will be performed is part of Black firiscin' Monih irnirt a s th -Rin Ballroomo! '1w lf i'r I j] As rhe p)av develops. coo rilin .d), \I'i'i rtveal heir per.n1,w is iv 11,wuss problems 1:1 aIusI Item Although ()uestionL, Dugis's ihird plc 14) be performed l11 Ul tOIVid(trs ways (0 (left' wnh .uquiired mni1ilLili4 Ieti tencR h Syndrorle Lrd explres rat(ial sues, [he pn is no[ it) preach, but to make people thik,' I iii Havinggron, upasbiaGk l i' i In LwIt. ol itlk bood, I)ugas said she telt of ease wilh till, lt iil ni>. lUil mort' black students einlere( t1 10shI md atttised her ol rim being "normal Eventually she overcame the st gma ,o begin discovering hnr heritage and writing plays the basic theme lor Queslons" a-lnt trom C tawlord. who calls himself the pair's idea ma "People are still surfaced, Crawford opened their eyes STUDENT HONOR COURT announces openings for the positions of ASSOCIATE JUSTICE and INVESTIGATOR. Openings for ASSOCIATE JUSTICES include Accounting -Architecture Building Construcuon I Dentistry Education -Fine Arts -Forestry -Law -Medicine .Nursing Pharmacy -Physical Educatnon IUF -2UF -3UF -Vetennary Medicine Apply: M-F 8:30 am -4:30 pm 364 JWRU Qualifications: 1) Full-Time Student 2) 2.0 GPA or better Please sign up for an interview when you apply and then turn in a resume with your application. DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 27 sleeping around," as 'i saId 'It's just recently AII)S that 1 had never people have A f4MTA nf LONDON $438 bRUN 550 AMSTERDAM 418 VIENNA 510 BANGKOK 929 CARACAS 290 AID 732 Taxes ol acludued Resltnctions appyr ways available Waosetl(YEI R X ran"s Intl Sludef A I L EU AMES MSUEO' THE SPOTM FNEE nt Trawal SJTram 1-600-877-a -_ALL DAY SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY AFTER 5 pm! L 0 C BARBECUE CHICKEN Enjoy your fill of Sonny s chicken with all the mouthwatering cole slaw, garrc bread and french fries you can eat 99 DINING ROOM ONLY REAL PIT BAR-B-Q Serving lunch and dinner 11 a.m. -9.30 p m (Sun -Thur.) and 11 a m -10 pm (Fri & Sat) 2700 3610 N. Waldo Road SW 13th Street 3635 SW Archer Road U S 441 at 1-75, Alachua ; .-2 A rbI AN" ET1

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FIND IT. 373-FIND Ilgator lassifieds FOR RENT: I FURNISHED NlAMIADOWS der furn sub' Pl I Car ti~ 373 15ISDOT Mei 2 235 I AM I I Studcr Wanred or own rm in Clean I Or NW G I /. h onte $230/mo Cover all 0,,c No credit 311 7703 TV MsgL 2 10 5 1 [runuse village 2?dr 2ba F needed dl. mnlps 'ransp provided To UT and SFCC rasn dry $1 Mime 375 5384 A, o-ia 3 2 Il Ava.able Now Across fastig All Unirt'os Pid For CentralHeavAr PH 3/1 3606 1236 SW 4th Ave 2 23 5 1 1 odr apt avail March walk to UF $239/ uMurri or 1259/ furrd Call Tom 336 1029 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Wa K no Santa r L CC I BDR $2/0 $20 2 fiP $31S NEW Tour-house $440 Sec P I I MR Po a dry "o cars or dogs Sdl t FI [ r ce Aprs J? / ITT 4 30 75 I IK ad, ADgs Ni UF & VA onet AwisrF dryer rival ad eC most ur~s DO, $20 no Cars A lowed 8 28 1 & Bath $250 SnO & or 372 642? 4 30 /5 2 SPACIOUS ONF RFDROOM AP't ONLY $260.MO LYONS APT 4000 SW 20TH AV 3774797 4 30 2 INCREDIBLE Efficiency Apt Staring at $15 Slarling at $235 2 Bedroom CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 110 NW 3gth Ave 37a-,gss 375-3881 CircK Our New Spec'la's All Amenitie Available FURNISHLED UNFURNISHED Roommates Available Were No I REGENCY OAKS 378 5766 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373 4500 2001 SW 16th Shre, I 1 WALK IN CLOSET Village West 800NW 18Avi lake9S Nfrom 15Ave Ofce nit NW 15 Si 371 7777 2 27 10 2 coal Paid 8022 house and 2bdr apt 3 blks ITroin OF conpleey remodeled Some tIL $350 ard $260 Call David 373 228-10 2 WALK TO ZD $5S NW'is St UFi SnUjos $210 tD $235 College Park Properties 411 371 7 777 2-27 10 2 DUCK POND AREA 1 Bedroom Cozy Rear 107 NE 8 Street $235 Month Phone 377 2515 2-28 11 2 One Block room campus Very Large room, nice couse cable in room SW area, S19/Smo utililes included Greg 376 3291 2 room deficiency, I bek from OF, 1634 NW at Ave Api C 3/4 ull Ed Sn i/mo Century 21 John Merril Inc 3'21495 223-3-2 314 NW 14th St -2 bdr/I be, 2 bka from UF $285/mo Century 21 -John Merrl Inc 372 1495 2.23-3 2 Dump your roommate Get a 2 bdr for the price of one Pool, tards, sauna, wt room Stanerdge Apis 3800 SW 34 St 3751121 4-30 45-2 Duckpond area. dow hardwood fit 416 NE 2nd Ave, 2301 evenings 2 hIsorse home, bay win, c/heat, room avail 5240/mo nci uli 37327 5-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. Mi RN TOWNHOUSe hI 'o Ut NW ird Avo 2Cdr 1 1 2 ba or ia dhwdisner SJIS & due & lasl 'o 1 610 2 22 3 2 BR IBA qIid unIt availale LsSummer poss ongr F replace c d.Shwnc ri $310 Ca Sueor Ret335 0213 2 23 5 IRNC an tans cant h av carper minr, verlical blinds or' ,us near UI $275 'cludg water 373 0701 28 7 2 WINDMEADOWS APTS 1 2 A 3 Bedroom Pool Tennis Launry 23'1lSW3tl Tom f 3aa 335I HI8 WILLIAMSBURG APTS AVAILABLE NOWDli 1 2 H A 3 Bfdrms Pool Laurdry 1 Block to UF'Shands ?000 SW I5th St *** 376 1253 MOUNT VERNON APTS A 42 Bedrooms PoOliLaurdry Close To UF.Sands 23 SW Archer Rd *** 372 5389 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE 1986 14x60 Moboe OMe for sale/rent 1 0 cared in Carnesalle Call 482 4292 2 21 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Oxford Manor 2bdr/2ba, Save$ Careow 336 flat Lv message 2 23 0 4 CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOL Nice Nbd/2ba apt, Camelol unfurn Fireplace barbs que pool view $550mo 373 4696 any T*Ms 310 4 Suble[ 2bdr apt until Apr 90 SOG0drmo & uIII Feb Free Now available Homestead Ap 392 3850 or 335 5493 atier 6pm 3 1 9 4 Sublease, I bdr/uf Carnmelol 5101 Close to Law Sch/ Pubiis, pets Ok Ouel $279/mo Corg $379/mo Call to Park 335 6233 avail now (but Julil 22 3 4 1 bdr Pine Rush February from Lease through April 30 s257 month call 376 T 573 or 392 6182 Office Jack 2 26 5 4 Sublease Apt I bd/I ba new carpet, con tre heater, wash/dry hook up $235/mo first, no lest, & $100 sec 395 006 or 495-2361 2 28-64 2dr/l be Apt Carpeted, fenced yd for pots, avail 301 $220/ro in SW area Key management 372 3080 (9-Spif) 336-0540 after Spite 2-27-5-4 5 ROOMMATES BRANDYWINE -FURNISHED 2bdr/lbe, jacurzz, sauna, WE room. uge pool, i/2 mi toUF ,$230/mo for own room & 1/2 cable S uli 372 2857, Dennis 2 28 20 5 Need A Rnrnt? Avail Newt F NS Own Rm full be washer. dryer Oxford Manor Rent Nego Cetl 377-8034 2-21--5 Wrllamsburg Vilage-F N/S student for turn twnhse Gmo lease $240/mo +1/2 ul, I brk from ShAidstUF 334-4257 2F n/s to share 2br l b townhouse in quiet sw area 165 1C2uti Close to UF and Shanda prefer mature person 378-5627 Evenings 2-21-5-5 Female***** Semi-cool, semi quiet person old house downtown own br. gorta like animals 3125/illf March to 7 Laura 373-4496 2-22 5-5 RooM for rent in a bd 2balh house Quiet. cozy. FIreplacel Pete (any size) OK $175/mo A ud Sign heiS not required Call 375-7978 2-23--5 ROOMMATES Spa-chin for studious but oulgoinig NIS male rmms) to look lor comfortable api ID share lall 90 *ior summer Howard 395 7258 2-26 5 5 CASABLANCA own rOO/ba in urnished townhouse washerldryer etc $200/1o 335 3889 2-26 6 5 GOOD DEAL Spyglass own bdr both walk-n closer, micro alarm, fully fur nised dishwasher, $200 p/n and 113 until 335 9870 Tv mass 2-22 3-5 Need 1 2 or 3 mais for 3bdi2ba apt in Three Oaks, uR 4 blks to campus micro wave. paddle, fans. wd facilities Call 378 1655 3 510 5 CAST MONTH FREE -And security desp rool Piccadilly Aps own (mba $225/mo & :2 ils Call -Joco" at 330 0206 2 27 5-S MiF to shire 4bdrm house non-smoker $i40/mo & 114 til I at last dep Cal 373 4281 leave message for Rick any time 2 27 5-5 Room avail in beaulfut. historic alr2a hSe 2bkas from Tiger, quiet studious bul fun atmosphere partially turn $135/mo & 1/4 371 2343 2 27 5 5 6 FOR SALE Alprne, Ironwood, Sony and 30 mole brands are all at our New Loli Car S eree Specialists 3215 NW 13 ST 372 2070 4 30 7 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the Oldit. best and lowest priced car slereo state In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 St Rockford, Fosgale. Yeatdhe, Pioneer, Infinily, KIcker, Code Alarm The Best Car Steari Installs" In town Car Ste.reo to Go 375-1634 4-30 756 RUGS AND CARPETS Affordable rem rants for your dorm or apartment We do liver' Rays Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave 377 5285 6 blocks E of campus 2 23 13 6 CAR ALARMS instilled remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed wiT demo Call 330 9193 student Iv reso. Car Alarms. Alaeg. Chairman Home and Csr Steoo Pioneer. Bansed, Shlerwood. and more We Beal All PrIcals 373-3754. 4 30-69MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376 1146 Editors choice CompuAdd Northate H P Price same or tower than oall order Systems aUlow include 1mb, 40mb (2&me), graphics monitor. MC 286/12 $1195. Packard Bell $1295, MC 386s $1495, Northgtal 36/20 $2391 PB 285 laptop ke hf & battery SiMg. CorrpuAdd BIG0*' 2nm & graphCs monitor -,970. 1 8 3 year warrarlios Onsewarranties Paaisomic 1*60 writer -819. HPLOSerJetllp 81049 4110SW 340t" 0 W Uni Ave 4-3465Bike s More .tn Large selection of used biket $55 A up w7.arranrfy Kryptclh $1." -2133 NW Ish 91. 373. 6574. 2-22-10-6 KOKOMAMA Imports from Africa Beauty supplies Mention this -and get 20% off select clothing. Good thru Feb 615 W Univ 3369397 2-23-0Ticket For Salt I-way to Soittle Maro I Call 33-8672 2-27-10Lean machine, complete exercise system in your home, $300, excel coid 4682766 call before Spin, 2-23-6-6 Electric Guitar Peavey Patriot Mint Condition Hard Case Digital Tuner Cablee $250 373-5715 2-22--6 APARTMENT SIZE DRYER 110 VOLT 395 375-2731 2 22-5-6 I Classifications 1 For Rent -Furnished 2 For RentUnfurnished 3 tbliNome For Rentl/Sale 4 Sublease House/Apt. 5 Roommates 6 For Sale 7 Real Estate a ttorcycles 9 Autos 10 wanted II Services 12 Typing Services 13 Help Wanted 14 Business Personals 15 Personals 16 Connections 17 Notices 18 Rides 19 Pets 20 Lost & Found J When will your ad run? Classifreds will begin TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length of lime and be cancelled at any lime Sorry, but there can be no re funds lor cancelled ads FOR SALE Diamond engagement ring Ewceluent dia mnnd -33kt $450 00 336 9804 leava message Have receipt and papers 2 23 Ladies 12 apeed bike for sale Hunter Brand Excellent condition Call 3730017 LIKE NEW 2-21-3Antique Piano 1908 Uprghi Spinet, very good condition, plays great, perfect for beginners, $750 080 Call 372-3913 223-4-0 COMPUTER with disk drive and software for programming, date pvocesserng, eaheets, .o'e' studs, end recreation Must sell 3125 obo. Call 376-1430 2-23-4.6 Couch A love sea 860. 2 sleepers. $50 a $100. Escort radar $85, 110 gal marine aIuarium w/cast iron stand. fully set up w/eotlIc fish $550. 060 on il 335-9670 IV messgeo 2-22-3-6 Sylvania anjtm M.i e turntable, collectidon of opera records. call Miriam after 4pm 335-1408 2-208-Bicyc-m ans motobecans 10 speed with lo and light $75 Hardly used Sears min Mltlrees and box spring $45 Call 373 7969 2-23-3-6 RCA icolor console hv. escel cond, must feal $125 Call 336-1150 after 5 SWpm 2-27-19 inch Zenith Color TV like new $125 ObW Yamaha cd player w/ remote 8150 ObC 373-0876 2-23-3-6 SPRING BREAK -R/IT Airfare to Philadalphja from Tampa Mar 21 25 $158 752 3061 2 23-3-6 li How to place a classified ad: In Person. Cash heCk MC or VISA the Allipalor Olfice I05 W University Are M F Ram 4pM Mhain Bookstore Hub Cusomer Service Desk M Fusam 430pm Fair Union Cashier s Oufic M F 8an, 9 pmr Salrnoon 9pmn Sunnoon Sam Medcailooksiore Shards M F 8 am 4 30 o By Mail, use forms appearing weekly rhe Allightor Sort no cash oy mai MC VISA or Checks oniy By Phone 373-FINDPaymeri by VISA or Mastercard ONLY Five dollar m rmum M FS30 4pm J How to correct or cancel your ad: CancellatlonsCall3/3 FINS Mon Fi 8 4 pm No relunds can be given Alligator error.Check you, ad TiD FIRSr day it iuns Ca'' '73 ION' ' any cor'e'lio's 'o 'ore noon THE ALLIGATOR 'S ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THF FIRST DAY [HE AO RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor aered ads wilt ED extended one day No refunds or credits can be given after placing the ad Changes called ,n a REr he alrs day will not be compensated Customer error or changes: Corrections must be made in person at The Aliiganor office BEFORE NOSON There will b. a $2 N correction feS FOR SALE COMPUTER Magnavox 286, 12 Mh 40MB (24mis) Hard Drive. IME RAM (expand Up 4MB), 3 5"1 44mb Floppy Drive. 14* VGA Color MonItor( 31 dotpitch 16-bilVGAawitchable video card, MS-DOS, 4 01, GWB@sic, DOS Tutorial, I yr warranty Sig PANASONIC 1124 Letter Qualily Printer, 2 yr warranty Best pnle305 WORD PERFECT 5.1 Latest full version student and ftaculy only $135 ELITE #335-1300 MOVING MUST SELLI large deak w; swivel stationary chair 2 microns Dining room set Affardebie 3360764 eveS or msg 2-27-5-6 JVC CAR STEREO with tsp deck Brand new. looks and sounds hot Need ofh price negotIable Call Eric at 3M1-1 7 REAL ESTATE PRIME UP LOCATIONI 15 room house CH/AC. Aod condilloaf ResIed. Investmenh/traternityl.ther 130,000 Solcisi* weun. 3.742-7 TOWNHOUSE 4BR2 1/2 BA. eat in kitchen, pool, tennis, washer dryer, Forest of Unicorn, NW area, easy financing 374 5401 3-1-21-7 FA LiA

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WI lRN DAY, FE BRUARY 2, 1990, AflGAIR. I REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE LICENSE Sal classes starC 2 24 St IS Appraiser state certried 2 21 90 the Florida Center 3e 2?87 2 72 10 1 For sate Time share codor0iniun 'o cated at Daytona beach, FL at Sunris beach club, 1212 N Alartic Ave, unit I1 17th week sleepy Call 376 684 7 2 23 8 MOTORCYCLES 1982 Honda CM45OE very clean and well kept, new tires and tubes 13k m runs per tect 42 mpg, $825/offer, catl Todd 3359539 22358 9 ATOS AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Or arge a Blue Insurance Drive hre in But ier Plale We care Carl us st 377-CARS 2 23 10-9 Colt '85 gspd, 4 door a/c. dependable good condition. 88K miles, MUST SELL $1900 Call 376 0512 2-21 7 9 71 VW Westphalia Camper. Ford V 6 an gine, no rust great cond $1750 332 8501 223-59 1982 Honda Accord 4dr 5spd 84SOgmi A good car for the money, $2200 obo All offers considered please call 395 9633 2 21 5 9 JEEP CJS v Rwd a 71 with low mIg gs roll bar and soil nprInot included) Everything works $999 Bob, 338 0921 2 21-5-9 AUTOS C A B U Y E RS I graduated from Florida iin 84 Now t own my own Corn Perry I *11 reveal to you what car dealer desperately don twan youtonowabot buying a car For 'rfo wrife To Consu me, Auto CorSultantsIAuto Buyers Club or Florida/2215 SE lath Ave Suite 56 Ocala FL 32671 2 2t 5 9 12 Parsche 914, new pari recent, now eng 0ine, aifn cas nes ci ItIch, $2000 Call 377 5535 Iw message 2 22-5 9 1982 TOYOTA SES 4X4 pickup excel cond now 31' tires pa/pb/fmrd stereo must see. will sell for a irm $2SOO Call Mike 378-1978 2-22-5-9 61 Dalsrjn 310 excellent condition Clean dependable, ALMFM air Great dea 1,295 375-8001 Must see 2 26 5 9 1980 Cadillac power windows & locks Cadillac yellow leather ntrior, needs brakes Tun ulp no reasonable oler refused, 374 8141 2 23 4 1985 Nissan Sentra Ieded. good cond, [ion, $3400 39265520days ask for Betty 6u4 6064 elvnings 2-21 5 9 79 Firebird E tcellent cord it like aew a/c Limited edition Bright red Call 335 6345 ask for Sam $2900 or leave mes sage 2 26 4 9 10 WANTED Local Artist Ceeds Rings ETC Top $ Jewelry 373 9243 GOt 0, Gems. Class or trade Oges Fine 4 30 75 10 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by I rude Nlichel Jaffe ACROSS I Cookers for Chinese food 5 Weather forecast 9 This Happy -1944 14 like -I go to find my fawn Shak 15CIx of the Celebes 16 Related maternally 17 Polarts 19 Squander 20 Muse of poetry 21 Boredom 23 Highland .hedcover 24 Disturbed Ihe noctusrnal pace 26 Perfume basis 28 Refined stuff 30 On the go 33 Author Wallace 36 Overful 38 Crude abed, 39 Midlanite deleteO by Gideon 41 Ledger word 43 anist Peter 44 Shillong is its capital 46 Anton or Anthony 45 Made haste 49 Hold St Makes a stab at 53 Highlander's tartfan wrap 55 Choic. groups 50 CambodIan S n"ighor 60 Down days for the team 82 Bay 84 Troy 66 Amundsen'S 1911 target 68 Heavenly food 69 Japan. inftrimn i 70 Sign cn a Shodoor 71 PaIn or nuT 72 Fla rders rIver DOWN 1 Ebb 2 Scents 3 Holy book 4 Bouts 5 Existed 6 Precedes 7 Horse of a certain color B Seine teeder 9 Charm 10 A nucleic acid Abbr 11 New York City waterway 12 End for Henri 13 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U 1 1ArR I A l l l C l R tS ii SPORTS Gators get another chance to end losing streak By RON KASPRISKE Argaor Arcr I Ne ollr 't'n It 1 in (li t' Ib m,kk hall I Iim [ ill, till h ier MorndaIv's stin [)nrtsi ( if \limim will barely have Tell It' tne is le (tGtaors Tate MssiNppi state linight TO o [e 't nnC }riel (enter R'Ting 12 gam IisIng siareak. Ii. F6-7 tk al *' I-, j I [ihSoult atticaitn ( onferene) "IIl let getting its Ias good ki ne it" end tl losing kid before breaking the shiol t iord of 11 consE( utive oss, by lit 1(181-2 Gcors, who finished 5 22 \ilssisppi Sate is 12 1I overall but only 5-1i) in SlIC play and 1-7 on lie road It I I otes[I[ Al tonight, I will have It mey on bealig canderbilt iin the road Satlrday Fli Galors, who lost to Vandel ilt 71 ii ii lh 0( O'Connell Center last month Al[hT 1play IAAimsaia State ath 1Om1t1 H (1 Wednestall for wha[ could be their 15th (ons t 'ive loss Tonight, the (aors wl have to toiniend with AIISC candidate Cameron Burns, who is leading Mississippi State with 188 points and 7 9 rebounds a game Burns, a 6-foot7 forward, is joined by three other Bulldogs scoring in double figures as (oreg Cart r (12 9 ppg) Doug Hartsfeld (I 6 ppg) ,IIId Tony Watts (11 6 ppg) give MissisSippi State one of the most balanced oflensie teams in [,t -niert Monday's 62 -9 Ioiss [o \1 nui leved to be UFls best chance io losing streak, bit [lie Galors folded ar fashion, missing free throws was la end is i nill UF missed the roit end of out One andone free throw opportunities late in the game, allowing Mauni to come back and score 18 of the game's last 20 points "We're out [here pretending to be a basketball team, but at the end we've got no guts," freshman Stacey Poole said after Monday's loss "We didn't want to wil his game If we had wanted to win it, we would have made our free throws When you play your hearts out for 38 minutes, but cant Tmaikr IhH ret Tirlmws you don't want I I he di sappo It 1g loss overshadowi guard ienado Garcia's 22-pot, three Is *si performance against the Hurricanes Upuntil heclosing minutes of thegant, Garcia seemed to have the Cators jellng, but several missed free throws and he mental lapse UF has fallen into from tim1* to time this season resurfaced 'Hopefully they'll learn from this," snd interim coach Don DeVoe "When we have a team that's a little olderand moremalure we'll handle these situations a little better A loss tonight would also guarantee thal UF wouid finish in last place in the coner ence for the first time since 1981 UF swimmers ready to face competition at conference meet BySHARONGINN 1 tN s10 artoday and run i _____n ___I ___r I .-iilgke] w rday W hilethethor d -1 1kedwimllim oerall,-0i we ul [hmkI] lo :1 li c meTorterencv) ire expected c In I reem Is switm itlil walk iAwv with [he ISEC crown it : d ji [hit I w ,]i 1, hJn11 nl, [lt lool alter ]l, the Tren I exactly aimots gmg n~Othlivtournal it Instead, i hey slept ill 1an practiced half a' much a usual, while [he heavily favored I ady Gators raned hard But being lay might be the best Thing the men could I do GatorscrOth decreasing their ifi k if be i, ho Sou0H-,l I y I It. issee ant h likely to tve Iih pob lm OI' Alabaina are men (9-4, 12) BothI tear, have beaten the Gat(rs this season The Vols whipped theGators 71 42 last ih In the season opener, Alabama edged LIF 59-54 in the final relay Reese is concernied that even the men's light training will not be enough for them to over come 1989 SEC champion Teniiessee (8-1 5 1) But he says the only team this season. Randy Reese said training can only decrease their times And that's the only way the men will be able to win the SECs The teams are in Tuscaloosa, Ala this week for the tournament. Alabama (120, (0), it beat the Vois doesn't have what it takes to win "I don't think they have the depth," Reese said "I think it's going to come down to depth, and they haven't had the number of top -I 'I .4%', L t ALLIGATOR PHOO UF swimmer Paul Robinson has the Gators' top time in the 600-yard freestyle this season heading into the Southeastern Conference Championships today. guys They're going to be a factor, aind if they swim well I think they'll push Tennessee back Hopefully they'll swim well, and that could help us. The Gators will need more than just Alabama's help. Reese said he hopes the decrease in trainingover the past two weeks will lower their times The men also have shaved. which decreases their drag in he water Junior Martin Zubero said that although Tennessee is probably the favorite, the meet will come down to which team is more "mentally tough "If we get some leadership from the upperclassmen and they swim really well, the team will come together as a whole.'Zubero said "In orderto win the meet. everyone will have to swim well We can't afford to haveanyone swim badly "Alabama should be pretty pumped up because it's Ill their home pool. It will probably be a three-waybattle, butwevejustgot tostandupon the blocksand show them what we've got The Lady Gators. who have won eight of the nine SEC championships, including the last four, are expected to repeat Unlike the men, they will wait to shave and fully decrease their training until the NCAA Championships next month Most of them already have Football team loses third recruit to qualified for nationals Reese said their performanrot will not beafull indication of 'hat they will do at the NCAAs, but he is hoping for some good swims "If they swim well here (at the SECs) it will be gratifying knowing they have lotofrestingand shavInl going into the NCAAs' he said. Senior Julie Gorman said although she expects Tennessee and Georgia to be the Lady Gators' main competition, she sees the UF women as the favorites to win the tournament. "If I were betting," Gorman said, I'd put money on us," NCAA scare By ALEX MARVEL Alligator Writer The ILi football team lost an other top high school recruit Tues day because of the threat of NCAA sanctions against the program Chris Jones, the state's top wide receiver from West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman, ended almost a week of speculation by signing a scholarship with the University of < Pittsburgh Jones, who has canceled two news conferences since national signing day last Wednesday, was projected to sign with either UF, Michigan or Michigan State Miami was considered an outside possibility "He (Jones) told me he was afraid of probation and really, really concerned with the team getting the death penalty," Cardinal Newman coach Sam Budnyk said. "Apparently someone who was recruitinghimtold um this, because he did like (UF coach Steve) Spurter the best That's what knocked Florida out, because they were defintely in there before. "I could have fallen out of my chairwhen he made theannounceInent. Pittsburgh was his first visit in December, and they were kind of out of it I thought he'd say Michigan or Florida." Jones becomes the third key recruit to escape from the Gatol Lake Wales High linebacker James Roberson switched a verbal commitment from UF to Flonda State last Tuesday. Lake Wales coach James Hale mid someone told Roberson the Gatrs, who currently are under NCAA ivestigalion, were going to receive three years of probation Andre Washington. a linebacker from Jacksonville Ribault, also backed out of an verbal commitment last Thursday and signed with Georgia Washington told his high school coach, Bernard Gray, that he received an anonymous letter detailing a similar penalty, Verbal commitments are not binding, but indicate a player's likely choice of where he will attend college Spurrier was out of town and unavailable for comment Jones caught 73 passes last sea son for 1089yardsand ninetouchdowns He has been timed at 44 seconds in the 40-yard dash "The reasons he gave for signIng with Pittsburgh were he felt he could step right in and play. (quarterback Alex) Van Pelt is going to be a sophomore. (Pitt head coach Paul) Hackett likes to throw the ball and they're a national team Budnyk said. "I'm almost in astate of shock." "Alabama shou be pretty pumped up because it's in their home pool. It will probably be a threeway battle, but we've just got to stand up on the blocks and show them what we've got. -Martin Zubero UF swimmer T I