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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 156 THURSDAY, MAY 31,1990




I compromise, raise in-state fees 10 % I


Alligator Staff Report Legislators raised tuition by 8 percent last
year for all students and didn't raise it in
Prepare to pay UFs in-state students will pay an extra 1988.
$38 on their tuition bills next fall,while their Browne said although he believes this
The main question about tuition this legislative session was not out-of-state counterparts will shell out $351 increase is too high, students could have

whether it would go up, but how much. Legislators now have more than last year- increases legislators gotten much worse.
have agreed after debating alter
on many The Senate proposed Increasing tuition
their answers. These figures are based on tuition for a student natives. 15 percent for in-state and 20 percent for

taking 15 undergraduate credit hours. The extra money represents a 10 percent out-of-state students. The House backed a
tuition increase for in-state students who plan to raise tuition 8 percent for residentsand
take 15 hours and a 20 percent increase for 20 percent for non-residents. The 10
out-of-state students taking the same load. percent/20 percent compromise is subject
The tuition agree- to'approval by Gov.
ment is a compromise Bob Martinez."It .
between proposals "It's too much. An 8 per- was better than

from the cent increase is as muchas some thought,"
I House and Senate Browne said. There
I and the request a student should haveto was a quick sigh in
I made by student lob- in the first couple of
given
pay a year.
I byists, which was 8 seconds, but there
percent for in-state -Michael Browne was also disappointment. -
I and 18 percent for ."
out-of-state stu- UF student body president He said he and

dents. other student lobbyists
49 fr UF Student Body President Michael were disappointed because-l legislators l t ;

Browne, one of the student lobbyists backing approved few enhancements to the state
the 8 percent increase, said he was universities.The .
disappointed when the 10 percent increasewas
chosen. student lobbyists expect to win the
battle against a proposed 6 percent sur-
"It's too much," Browne said. "An 8 per-
charge that would tax dormitory rent and
cent increase is much student should
as as a
food and books bought on campus. The
have to pay in a given year.
money raised from the tax would not go
This session marked the first time the back to universities, but would be spent on
Florida Student Association,the state's larg- roads, prisons and human services.
percent est student lobby group, backed a tuition
increase in its 13-year history. Browne recently organized a petition

in-state out-of-state Browne, who is also FSA president, said against the surcharge and took it to
his has received criticism for Tallahassee with the
group asking signatures of 1,200 UF
now $614 $1,994
2a percentIncrease legislators to raise tuition. But he said the students. He said he hopes to hear the fate
+ $ 38 +$351 stance because student lob-
was necessary of the "politically unpopular" surcharge by
total $652 byists would have lost credibility if they today or Friday.
$2,345't d asked legislators to leave tuition alone in a
ART BY DARREN SHAW year when the state budget is so tight. "That baby's gonna die," he said. '
;


Student votes appealto I UFs l' ?elite..b'ack.Chi1' ;, 1((]1! Group : Gethelicopters


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DEBBIE
By CENZIPER 'J1IIf'!
'Walkin' Lawton'By !Writer' : \

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elected to the Senate in 1970. He is ,\'leal causes in'Vie past have pooled their support for a-f; off campusBY
DEBBIE CENZIPER
Writer known for having strong general sup- ;:.common cause..:.*"Students for: Chiles" -a group, in;,,
Alligator port, partly because of his policy of ; support of former U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles., ,.;*,fProminent RONALD DUPONT JR.
__Former__ .u U.S. Sen._ "Walkin' Lawton limiting individual! campaign contnbu-. :, : UF'supporters,'Include"' Student'Body":: Alligator Writer
Chiles will put his wellknown tions to no more than ;t..President Michael Browne,Florida Blue Key Resident.
nickname to use at $100. f Kelley I;Geraghty, former student :body;presidential*', Neither UP alumni nor the mediaare
UF Thursday when he.re- Chiles surprised the 1('candidate''Juan Wall and,Browne'.education:executive important enough to be allowedto
turns to walk through his public in April when he ir, director Ran* Shanafelf;;,who(heads the group.a .' land their helicopters at UF -
alma mater to gain stu- announced he would run ;Supporter want to make student aware of the guber-' particularly for the purpose of attend-

dent support for a guberna- jprww for, governor, several A*jovial pace and how they can get involved.;Tff, }J: Sj ing football games an advisory
torial nomination. months after Democratic ,;,. SharwWt plans.:to' work with'ChUes';Gainesville--, committee said Wednesday.
Chiles,a former UF pro nomination hopefuls Bill v Abased stttteiy committee and.raise. money,/ ":Vv*" The Campus Planning Assembly,
fessor who served 18 Nelson and Stuart ri
yearsin George an advisory of college
"s'lNfot';; only are student Democrats>, tow ,t group repre-
f
the U.S. Senate and 12' had announced their ,. ,
can-
:. sentatives and UF planning officials,
but more than 100 unto i ineto
group_ al rt ,
years in the Florida Legislature didacies. Shortly after i M -M, ', :'1 1ii said the University Athletic Associa-

,also will hold a cam- Chiles' announcement, tint ,................. ......... 1.1IIt..... ..... ,. '.. { !P tion should discontinue its 14-year
",: ,,, I'' .. ,,
paign volunteer meeting at Chiles Stuart dropped out of the .' } practice of allowing helicopters to
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3 p.m. in the,Reitz, Union race. 1Al"I ... I 4 land at the practice football field,just
Auditorium for interested ur ana! McKay, Chiles' choice for lieutenant ; apr Via' north of Perry Field."I .

Gainesville supporters. Accompanied, governor, was a state legislator for 12 .... 4 4 1.. can't think of a compelling rea-
by his running mate, Buddy MacKay, years and a U.S. representative for six.Chiles' son for anybody to land there," said
UF tour will begin at 4 p.m. on Chiles'Alachua
County campaign cochairman James Terhune, an assembly mem-
the Reitz Union lawn and end in ShandsHospital's Ron Carpenter said Chiles ber and associate dean of the journalism

pre-natal clinic. is popular among students, especially college.see.
Chiles first started his tradition of from UF,because he has made Florida's
w .ng across.the.state.when he was educational.system; top priority. Chopper, page 5
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I ENGINE OIL & FILTER CHANGE I II

G Student not ecstatic over arrestA coln passed legislation May 2 urging the Universityof I $14.95 I ;

Florida State University student was arrested Nebraska Foundation to divest from South Africa, I DISCOUNT I II
15%
May 18 for possessing the chemicals necessary to the Daily Nebraska reported.The I I II
manufacture methamphetamines and synthetic bills ask the foundation, a private fund-raising ON SCHEDULED SERVICE AND
drugs, the Florida Flambeau reported. organization affiliated with the university, to create a I MAINTENANCE FOR ACURA & HONDA OWNERSACURA I

According to FSU police,William Otis Walden was policy for divestment,establish 10 full scholarships to : :
arrested and charged with one count each of attempt- sponsor black South African students and inform cur I
ing to manufacture methamphetamines, grand theft rent donors that their donations can be divested. I OF GAINESVILLE I II

and possession of drug paraphernalia.The Under current policy, foundation donors can I WITH THIS COUPON AT ACURA OF GAINESVILLE PLUS APPLICABLE TAXES. I
22-year-old senior chemistry student was specify they don't want their money to go to South EXPIRES I OCT 31.1990 373-5559
leaders :. - -t

African investments. But student were concerned
caught with the chemicals in his apartment when a
maintenance worker came to adjust the air con- that most were not aware of this option. &&aa&&
ditioner.The worker said he called police because he One senator said this follows in the footsteps of the \
was concerned the chemicals might be dangerous. Nebraska University Board of Regents divestment 5 ACRES BARN
policy. The Nebraska Legislature has passed a law
Police said the chemicals were part of a makeshiftlab
designed to make the synthetic drug Ecstacy. prohibiting the investment of state funds in South $23,900Picture
Africa to Professor Hayden.
Gregory
G Nebraska students urge divestment according perfect, beautiful rolling pasture with

Student leaders at the University of Nebraska-Lin -AWGATOR STAFF REPORT large oaks. Ready to build on. Paved road *

. WHAT'S HAPPENINGKarate frontage power. 12 miles West of 8

Gainesville. Owner will finance. Patten Corp. :

: Cuong Nhu Karate classes Come in today to beat the rush. Call Children's Miracle Network. Call 800-888-4606, Ext. 810, from 8:30: to 8:30.:
for beginners will run from May 392-1161, ext. 309. 3921510.
31 to June 19. All classes will start at Defense: Anyone interested in Support group: Student Mental
5:30: p.m.They will meet on the lawn self-defense and martial arts is invited Health is forming a confidential support
behind the Campus Shop and to the Women's Gym where group for students who are HIV
Bookstore on Tuesdays and Isshinryu, a practice of self-defense, positive.The group will run through
Thursdays and in the basement of will be taught by a black-belt instructor Summer C. Call Linda Lewis, 392- COME WALK AND TALK WITHCHUESMACKAY
the Florida Gym on Fridays. every Monday, Wednesday and 1171.
Give it a shot: UF students can Friday afternoon from 4:30: to 6. It's anonymous: The student
get the second state-mandated It's a miracle: The Preprofes- group of Alcoholics Anonymousmeets
measles vaccination at the Student sional Service Organization will holda every Thursday evening at /
Health Care Center every weekdayof carnival and drawing inside the 8:30: in Reitz Union Room 357. Call
the summer from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oaks Mall Ju ne 2 and 3 to benefit the Pat at 335-1796.

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I I Both sides to discuss Baby Gator controversy I

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By DEBBIE CENZIPER The debate started when some parents If parents complain about the nursery,it may administrative problems at the nursery.
Alligator Writer and teachers outlined problems at the nursery affect the care their children receive, she The review committee was first estab-
in a letter to Student Affairs Vice Pres- said. lished because of discrepancies in nursery
Both supporters and protesters from UFs ident Art Sandeen,chairman of the nursery's "I pulled her out anyway because I wasn't policies, even before disgruntled parentsand
I only day care center will meet tonight to Board of Directors. But some nursery sup- going to wait until her eyes were knockedout teachers began voicing their complaints
discuss recent complaints about the way the porters said the claims were untrue and ," Morris said. "But some people aren't publicly, said Rollo, head of the committee.The .
nursery is run or the possibility that no signed a petition stating their support of the going to complain if they feel it would jeopardize committee will focus on the administrative -
problems exist. nursery and Logan. the safety of their children." side of the nursery and not on any
Many vocal teachers and parents from Logan said he has received dozens of The nursery is one of the most affordable individual or staff member, he added.
both sides of the controversy will dispute the phone calls, visits and letters questioningthe day care centers in Gainesville, and the Parents and staff members will be encouraged
charges against Baby Gator nursery and its conflicts at the nursery. Logan' said he waiting list is often up to two years, Morris to talk to the committee and Rollo said
director, Tom Logan, They range from ra- will not attend the meeting. added. he has already received letters. Most are in
cial and sexist remarks and!foul language in Wilmetta Morris,who pulled her daughterout Although no UF administrators plan to support of the nursery.
front of children to failure to mandate the of the nursery about two weeks ago,said attend the meeting, Student Services Assis- Rollo said the committee may take a whileto
filing of accident reports and unfair hiring many of the parents defended the nursery tant Dean Michael Rollo said his office cre- investigate, but he's sure the problemswill
and firing practices. because they were afraid to speak against it. ated a review committee to look into be solved.


Hunt Club foes


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may attempt recallBy


MATTHEW SAUER tion.Kiki:
Carter, chairwoman of the
Alligator WriterThe
Coalition to Save Paynes Prairie,
Alachua County Com- was among the onlookers surprised
mission's refusal to appeal a legal by the commission's deci-
decision against the Hunt Club desion not to allow public comment
v velopment has demonstrators con"I expected them to deny the
sidering legal action against the appeal, but I never thought I would
county. see the day when citizens would be
In a 15-minute special meeting denied the right to their say in the
J Tuesday night, county commisAlachua County Commission,"Car
sioners voted 4-1 not to appeal the ter said.
decision, opening the way for conCarter said she would continue
struction within to fight to block
A 30 days. Commis- construction of the
I sioner Penny 7 expected themto Hunt Club, but said

1 Wheat cast the the she felt the com-
deny ap-
only dissentingvote. mission's denial
1I I peal, but I never means the strugglewill
The vote was be difficult.
I wouldsee
taken without thought "I think it's un
E. ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR
Tubular comments from the day when conscionable

Joe Robinson Jr. of Gainesville Regional Utilities helps unload pipes for a new water mainat concerned citi- citizens would be them to place this
zens after ComChairwoman burden on the citi-
Fleming Field .
Wednesday.Diamond m i s s i o n zens," Carter said.
denied the rightto
Kate "Citizen groups will
Barnes refused to their in the just have to forge
say
Village to get cable allow them to ahead without the
speak.Demonstrators. Alachua CountyCommission. help of the repre-
I sentatives they
said they felt their elected to serve
with group rate added to rent First Amendment -Kikl Carter them."

rights had been vi- County Attorney
By DEBBIE CENZIPER majority, Jones said. olated and that Coalition to Save Tom Bustin and the
Writer But Diamond Village resident Maria Minno ''said they are consider- Paynes Prairiechairwoman remaining commis-
Alligator change or no change, the few people who don't want ing legal action. sioners said private
Despite a month of conflict between UF married cable shouldn't be forced into it, especially because "We're- working groups have a better
housing officials and some frustrated married housing cable is a luxury,not a necessity.Some residents don't on the feasibilityof hance- appealing
residents, mandatory cable TV will be effective in even own a television, she said. suing the county," Earth First! successfully than local gov
spokesman Adam Tritt said ernment.
Diamond 1.
Village July
Residents who want a bulk rate either don't realizeor
Because cable will be installed in all of the 208 don't care that in order to get lower rates, every Wednesday. "The (American Civil The right to appeal is still there.
apartments in the Diamond Village complex, a bulk apartment must have cable, Minno said. Cable costs Liberties Union) is being contacted It's not taken away by this deci-
rate will lower present cable rates from about $20 to will be added to the residents'rent,which is now about today" about a possible civil rights sion," Bustin said. He explainedthat
$11 monthly."The bulk rate will eliminate installationfees $200 a month,and Minno said many people can't afford suit. the county's appeal would have
hook-up charges and deposits. For the same the added cost.Residents Tritt said demonstrators are try little chance of success because of
charge, residents also will get two outlets in every ing to decide whether legal actionor the poor way "planning and zoningwas
apartment. will pay an additional $132 extra each a recall is more suitable to the handled for the site.
year in rent for cable.
UPs housing division surveyed complex residents situation.A The commission voted unani-
twice to ensure a fair and accurate decision based on Cable proponent Vanessa Salvatore said becausethe spokeswoman from the Al- mously to let stand a motion filed
the opinion of the residents, said Dug Jones, village majority of residents want cable, it's only fair to achua County Supervisor of by Bustin to extend the time for an
community assistant housing director.The results of benefit from bulk rates. Salvatore said she doesn't feel Election's Office said the recall is appeal to be filed. Acting Circuit
both surveys were similar, with about 85 percent of like she's hurting anyone else by reducing her own a two-step process. Judge Tom Elwell ruled earlier this
the residents in the first survey agreeing to bulk rates rate because she's still paying for cable. Those wishing to'initiate recall month that the 620-unit, 45-acre
and 86 percent agreeing in the second survey. "If it's the financial breaking point for some people, action must first develop a apartment development next t to
"Results were amazingly the same," Jones said. I think they have to get a job or look at what they're "grounds for recall" petition and Paynes Prairie did not violate the
"We've been responding to the people in the vocal doing with their money," Salvatore said. get signatures from 5 percent t of the- county's comprehensive plan.

minority, but the overwhelming majority wanted But Lebanese student Mariam El-Ghalayini said county's registered voters. The Hunt Club is the project of
cable." she,her husband and their 1-year-old daughter all live Once the first petition is ap- Boca Raton developer Martin
The second survey was conducted at the request of on $450 a month and can't afford the added expense. proved, those behind the petition Hackman,who has said he will wait
some residents who don't want cable and who thoughtthe They moved into Diamond Village because the complex have 60 days in which to solicit until the 30-day appeal period is
first survey was inaccurate. Jones said like any is one of UFs cheapest married housing commu- signatures from 15 percent of the over to begin construction. Hack-
change, there is sure to be opposition. nities. county's registered voters.If man is waiting for a surface-water
Corry Village, another low-cost village complex is "We're here in America," El-Ghalayini said. This the second petition is success- permit to be transferred to him by
not getting bulk-rate cable because only 60 percent of is a free country. We have free opinions. Nobody ful, the recall question is put on a the St.John's River Water Manage-
the residents wanted it and that was not a substantial should impose something on us." countywide ballot in a special elec- ment District before beginning.
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BUCHAREST Romania (UPI) A powerful damage or
earthquake centered in the Carpathian Mountains of A report by ; OAKS MALL GATOR PLAZA
Romania shook the Balkans and the southwestern quake's epicen
Soviet Union Wednesday, just hours after another 60 miles.In 1.8266)CAMPUS( )
quake rocked northern Peru Tuesday evening.The Moscow, ((33 ) ( )
temblor in Romania, measuring between 6.0 quake forced the
and 7.5 on the Richter scale, tore chunks from build- The official
ings in the Romanian capital of Bucharest and sent felt across a
guests fleeing in terror from a downtown luxury hotel.A Black Sea resort ACUVUE NFL
police spokesman said at least seven people were city of Leningrad I
killed in Romania, including two in Bucharest, and The news
that more than 100 others were injured throughoutthe region of CONTACTS
country. a seismically
The quake was felt as far away as Moscow, and tremors.
rattled buildings in Turkey, Greece, Yugoslavia, Bul- The U.S. $3.25/Lens
garia and Poland. quake hit at 12:40: ( : ) ,
The Romanian news agency Rompres said the a magnitude of
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at least 1,300 dead. Richter scale and Optical
Rompres said Wednesday's quake lasted several of the Amazon,
minutes and was followed by aftershocks. Geophysical
Apparently because of damage to communicationlines not yet been N.W.41stSt. 376-8000
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the epicenter.In communities
Kishinev, in Soviet Moldavia near the Romanian Gen. Jorge f
border, residents reached by telephone reported feel- chief, said 17
ing two separate shocks within minutes of each other. seven in the city
needed for six-month
Kishinev resident Mikhail Fusu said he had seen in Rioja and two
windows shattered in buildings and roof tiles were More than 20
shaken loose from some homes. Some trolley buses in the stricken contraception study.
stopped because the overhead wires that provide their on the Richter
power were torn loose. homes in Rioja : Good health; between 18-35
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unifies.'t for next six months.

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ship back to its hangar for repairs. anonymity. "How division of women's Medical.and Diagnostic Center
Columbia had been scheduled for a pre-dawn launchat checked suddenly For information call 372-5600
12:38: a.m. Wednesday but the flight was put on anything like
hold TUesday when engineers detected a massive leak To find out if
of hydrogen gas in the ship's engine room. to pressurize
Technicians initially suspected that the leak was in overnight,
an "interface seal"where a 17-inch fuel line enters the inch and
belly of the orbiter.If engineers 1E1 lrID L CITYPresents
that turns out to be the case, NASA engineers monitor the seal
would be forced to haul Columbia back to the Vehicle Columbia's
Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center for meanwhile, flew
major repairs, delaying the flight three weeks or so. Houston to await
The launch was already two weeks behind schedule But engineers
because of earlier problems.But the leak until ,
engineers were hopeful the leak will be easier on a course of



. Bush, Gorbachev ready for II #

WASHINGTON (UPI) The future of Germanyand The seventh 1
the altered political landscape of Europe were at Thursday to full
center stage Wednesday of a superpower summit the White House
called to move beyond the Cold War to a new era of economics, cu1t \G\\
political and economic cooperation.The readied as proof
new Germany loomed as the pivot point of On the eve of
East-West relations as President Bush and Soviet real measure of
\ .
President Mikhail Gorbachev braced for what the in public but fV0
White House predicted would be more than three daysof Gorbachev
"frank, penetrating discussions." ing world order.
The talks also will give Bush meeting his Soviet The challenge,
counterpart for the second time, the opportunity to Marlin Fitzwater, ADVANCED TICKETS THRU
learn first-hand about Gorbachev's intentions and that process" %.
worriesin the face of political and economic turmoilat reassess their OF SHOW rrcffa ;or
home. fluence in Europe.
Gorbachev, who has gone in six month's time from The future of
being lionized around the world to an embattled leader decided Fitzwater DOORS OPEN 9 p.nu 161'"
is coping with political challenges,food shortages and a summit deal that
secessionist movements threatening the fabric of the his opposition to 18 and older with proper I.D.
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. ber of NATO if it Avenue 3748002I
Gainesville, FL 32601 t ((904))



THURSDAY,MAY 31,1990,ALLIGATOR,5




introduces



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freshmen to UFBy Iii Elf illl



MELISSA SEGEL Other Preview programs provide
Alligator Writer information about upperdivision -
requirements,campus safety
More than 3,000 incoming and dormitories."It .

freshmen will visit campus this affords the student the op-
summer for the 32nd annual Pre- of
portunity of eliminating some
view, UFs orientation and regis- the fears she has when she first

tration program. walks on campus,"said Dick Katz,
"Preview is one of the best UF alumnus and father of incom-
I freshman orientation programs in ing freshman Jana Katz.
the country," Assistant Dean for
Katz said he was pleased with
Student Services
Mary Carnegiesaid.
forums which
the upper-division ,
provided information on require-
As Preview director
Carnegie
,
ments for the different colleges.
oversees the six sessions'! of Pre-
view 1 and the 15 sessions ofPreview Katz said the academic advise-
2. Preview 1 prepares ment this year was better than it
freshmen for Summer B and Pre- was three years ago when he at-
view 2 prepares them for the Fall tended Preview with his son
semester. Brian, now a UF senior.

Carnegie said she expects Naomi Lee, coordinating ad-
about 160 students for each ses- viser for the College of Liberal
sion of the two-day program. Arts and Sciences, said she attri-
Although the main purpose of butes this to more training for the

and Preview submit is to their help schedules students,plan the with advisers the students and more individually.time to work Robert George, a UF Junior on the Preview staff, leads a Preview group under the HUB limbo PAOt baron-ALUUAIUR the' I I

Plaza of the Americas Tuesday.
program also provides useful Information Student Director Dana Draper
for the new students said she chose ,the other 20 staff Staff member Joe Lang said here," said Marvin Botwinik, fa- as volleyball and trips to local
and their parents, she said. members from a pool of 160 ap- after spending so much time together ther incoming freshman Steven restaurants.
The 21-member Preview staff plicants based on their personality ,the staff became a "close- Botwinik.In "Preview is a fun and Informative -
provides a full day of activities, speaking skills, sincerity and knit family. addition to providing Infor- way to get to know the uni- I
from a one-hour tour of campusto motivation.All staff members are "It seems very organized.They mation, Preview staff members versity and to make the transition
skits on campus activities. UF students. make you feel like you want to goOF also host nighttime activities such here easier," Draper said.



I Cancer group to raffle cars .1 appoints Schaffer to new role I

By RONALD DUPONT JR. day, Lombardi! said he chose Schaffer because
of leukemia. Since then,the group has raised of his vast experience from workingat
By DANA GROOTENBOER Writer
Alligator
over $1 million, he said. UF.
Alligator Writer The profits from the gala will go to cancer Gerald Schaffer, a 26-year UF veteran, "His knowledge of the complexities of
For $100 you could be driving a Porscheor prevention and research programs, he said. has been named Administrative Affairs our campus, his excellent experience as a
BMW. "We hope to reach some major break- vice president,making him responsible for business and fiscal manager and his un-
Stop! Children's Cancer, a local fund-rais- throughs in cancer research,"Freeman said. more than 800 buildings and 1,500 peoplein derstanding of the importance of providing
ing organization, is giving away one of the "Our goal is to net $50,000 after costs." 10 major UF divisions. strong administrative support to the teach-
cars at a gala party Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Schaffer, who served as the ing, research and service missions of the
also will feature rhythmandblues -
O'Connell Center. For $100, two people can The event and a Casa Pale- department's interim vice president for university all contributed to his selection,"
band.Stewarts
gain admission to the gala and have a chanceat Catering more than a year, was chosen for the job Lombardi! said.Schaffer .
said.
will cater Freeman
winning either a Porsche 911 Carrera 2 or rmo after UF conducted a national search. He first came to UF in 1964 as a
a BMW 750iL Tickets will be sold at the door from 5 to replaces William Elmore, who died May junior accountant In 1971, he was movedto

Howard G. Freeman, president of Stop!, 7pm. Saturday. Until then, they can be 21,1989. the Administrative Affairs office as as-
said the cars will be given away in a reverse purchased at Gainesville Health and Fitness "Now I plan to do a little long-range sistant to the vice president and was named
drawing where the last ticket drawn is the Center on University Avenue. planning and will continue to be very ser- assistant vice president seven years later.
winner. Northgate Motorcars Inc. donated Freeman said the doors will open at 6 and vice-oriented," Schaffer said Wednesday.As In 1981,he was named associate vice pres-.
.the cars at cost to the event Second prize is the drawing will begin at 7. Administrative Affairs vice president, ident. '
a cellular phone donated by Alltel Mobile,he Students can help by buying tickets or by Schaffer is UF's chief fiscal and business The University of Tampa graduate de-
volunteering to work at the party. People are officer,as well as a business adviser to UF. scribed himself as a person who allows
said.Freeman and his wife started the organization needed to tend bar, draw names, greet and President John Lombardi.! others to do their jobs with little interfer-

in 1982,after their daughter Bonnie died sign in guests. For information,call 377-2622. In a written statement released Wednes- ence.

Danny Shelton,representing the Transportation to land helicopterson ters from campus. pIe filtering through the area dur-
CHOPPERfrom athletic 'association, said only campus. The association re- Athletic Director Bill Arnspar- ing football games and didn't need
page 1 seven or eight helicopters land ceived a temporary permit duringthe ger, who works under Lombardi, the noise of helicopters flying
there each year and none of them 1989 football season but must has said he supports the athletic overhead.
The assembly made its recom- have caused any problems for the apply for a permanent permit by association's proposal. "It really is more than one can
mendation after listening to mem- past 14 years. mid-June. bear," Rider said. "Once you give
bers of a neighborhood group who Tom Rider, representing the these people a license, they will
"Some of the accusations made said he wanted the Park Neighborhood
said the number of helicopters Shelton to get Community make greater use of it."
could increase in the future and be were exaggerated: Shelton said. support of the planning assembly, Association, said helicopter use by
noisy as they flew over nearby The athletic association decidedto but still will go to the DOT withoutit alumni and media was trivial. He After hearing these comments,
neighborhoods. Residents also ar- approach the planning assemblyafter If the DOT does grant a permit, said the neighborhoods just northof Shelton shook his head and said
gued that the helicopters could learning it needed a permit only UF President John Lombardi! campus were already suffering the field can only hold four heli-
crash in a neighborhood. from the state's Department of has the power to bar the helicop- enough from the thousands of peo- copters at a time.




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mid-term time again for UF students and that

means there are three weeks left before summer break.

It's also time for a politically saturated .


Darts & laurelsDART


to Alachua County Commission ChairwomanKate
Barnes and the three other commissioners who

voted not to appeal a legal decision against the proposed 4
Hunt Club apartment complex without first allowing con- 4 o

cerned citizens to speak.As .

representatives, the commission's mandate is to lis-
ten to and serve its constituency. The commission's ac-

tion angered opponents to the point where they are n
considering legal action against the county. Some are con-

sidering recall as an option.A .

warning to the commission about recalls: The recall I entrenched in state lawsJust I
process was used to get Cedar Key MayorCommissionerFrances
Nesbitt out of office in 1987. We believe commis-
when I thought traditional, sexist stereotypeshad
sioners who aren't sensitive to their constituents should been eliminated I received a sobering slap in the > Debbie CenziperY
face the consequences of their actions or inactions. face from the oddest of perpetrators. M

Local government was formed on the town meeting While in Pennsylvania last week, my University of PERSPECTIVEIt's
model. Obviously, a county of more than 175,000 people Pittsburgh-based cousin and I shared typical college outrageous to think that a sorority house where
cannot listen to each voice on each issue. But to vote on anecdotes about boyfriends and sororities. women live, learn and grow can possibly be equated
My cousin seemed amazed when I described how with a whorehouse. That's like viewing blacks as
such a volatile issue without even hearing one voice is ab-
most UF sororities have plantation-like houses lining
slaves, Germans as Nazis and homosexuals as freaks.
surd. Face the music commissioners 5 percent of your Panhellenic Drive.Although sororities don't have wild Reinforcing antiquated attitudes and refusing changeis
voters can initiate the recall process. parties like fraternities do, sorority houses serve as dangerous business.
LAUREL student for their a base for hundreds of girls who are away from home.
to politicians forgetting Pennsylvania is a conservative state where Quaker-
petty personal conflicts and pulling together behind guber- She seemed surprised and explained that sororitiesaren't like, anti-abortion, religious overtones still abound.
allowed,by law,to have sorority houses because
But states must change with society. People change
natorial candidate Lawton Chiles. Student Body President Pennsylvania considers them whorehouses.You .
and the laws need to change along with them (espe-
Michael Browne his in the Student Govern-
opponent read this right-WHOREHOUSES.I couldn't cially the warped and ludicrous ones).
ment election, Juan Vitali, Browne's education executive believe it. By applying a seemingly simple,yet much SEXISM. How
director Randy Shanafelt and Florida Blue Key President outdated law to sororities, they have negated allwomen's disgusting.Women Stereotypes whores stereotypes are unfair-and often inac

Kelley Geraghty make up the core of Students for Chiles. past accomplishments. curate. Labeling one another only further divides us
According to their outrageous views, house
We think it's nice to see student leaders put personal that sleeps a bunch of girls obviously harbors any nothingmore and avoiding change stifles advancement.
biases aside and work together for Florida's biggest con- than cheap sex. Or, officials believe it may Sexism is not a women-vs.-men war. It's a battle
cerns education and the environment. The group appear that way. I don't know which is worse.A that needs to be fought on both sides. No one ever
sorority is a bond between who have will be equal until changes are made and sexist
started about five weeks ago and it is active in starting women
other student chapters across the state. similar goals,just like fraternities, the Black Student attitudes are eliminated.
Union, the football team and the chess club. Clubs Stuffy, detached Pennsylvania officials obviously
DART to freshman Gainesville City Commissioner Tom promote common ambitions and allow socialization still consider women sexual objects instead of seekers .
McKnew for not following through on a promise to open between people who have similar interests.But of education and friendship.And that's more than justa
lines of communication with students. On the night he Pennsylvania officials,mirroring society's con slap in the face,if s an affront to women everywhere.
was elected, March 27, McKnew promised he would stayin sistent attitudes toward women, have once again Debbie Cenziper is an Alligator reporter who covers
linked women to sexual prowess. the UF administration.THE .
touch with students by working with student candidate
Michael Murphy and writing columns for The Alligator, I .LETTERS.., : : T' =-EDITOR: : i

stating his policies and asking for student input.
UF overlooks was too much of a burden to carry This discrepancy continuedwith
McKnew was sworn into office May 17, seven weeks while applying for a UF job. I was Amy Wellborn-Wing's statement
after he was elected. It has now been two weeks since he student for job rejected by the very department in people have to stand
officially became a commissioner and we haven't heard which I plan to major. I am not only up for the children." I agree with
word one from him about a column. Editor: I went on a job interview unemployed but puzzled by my her statement fully. Someone
today, and to be frank, it was a situation. In order to be something should be helping victims of child
We thought we'd give him some time to get used to waste of my time. From the moment in the future I am seen as nothing abuse.
the job but 14 days is long enough. We're starting to I walked through the door, I in the present. for those who feel a
wonder if he was sincere about keeping in touch with stu- knew I did not stand a chance.I Hillary Brook need My to hope control is women's lives and

dent concerns or if he was just saying that to get studentsto am afflicted with the worst of 2UF' restrict women's rights to abortionto
vote for him in a close election. all possible stigmas to have in Walk for Life see the facts concerning this
Gainesville that of the student. process. No one thinks that an act
Because of my desire to get an became a protestEditor of abortion is a wonderful event. If
alligator Editor education, I am seen as lazy, un- you don't personally think it's right,
motivated and unable to under But for the
: This letter is in responseto then don't have one.
Lucy Chabot stand the concept of the so-called "Walk for Life" article majority of U.S. women who feel it
Managing Editor Opinions Editor confidentiality.I on May 22. Lois Anne 0'- is their right to do so,let them keep
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella I was unworthy, not because ofa Malley. Gainesville's Right to Life that right. If not, the world will
lack of skills, but an excess of director, stated that the walk,"was continue to spill over with un-
Letters Policy ambition. People like me graduateand not an anti-abortion demonstra wanted children.
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page) They should be "
typed double-spaced and signed' They should Include I typed name address and telephone move on. tion. Then why were about 500 Michelle I. Foster
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call Today I was not even considered people carrying signs that read, Vice-President, UF College
the editorial page editor at 376-4458! at all The title
STUDENT
\\\ "Choose life, Abortion Kills?" Democrat.
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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND









II AlligatorClassifieds _







I: FOR RENT: UNFURN.Avail SUBLEASE: HSEAPTSublet ROOMMATES


now. 2bd/Iba In Mill Run. Quiet, rm. summer B. 135 mo + 1/4 utll. 2 rooms $150-$180' + 1/4 utll. avail.

Classifications Q How to place a spacious, clean. Take over lease, Huge 4 bd/2/ ba turn. h... A/C wash/dry, June 1, wash/dry/ nw home, close lo UF.

r $370/mo./ 336-1908. Lv m.g.1I before 5 5.7 min. bike to UF. 3767768. 6-5-4-4 335-2891. 6-7-45
classified ad: pm. 5-31-6-2

1 For Rent. Furnished FABULOUSOne Rmmt needed to share 2bd/l ba. $130/mo

In Person: Villager West: Quiet 1 bd on cul-de-sac + 1/2 util. Ask for Jim 3354644. 6-7-4-5
For Rent. Unfurnished bdrm hardwood
2 apt; floors curved
Cash check MC or VISA. 1 story; no noisy neighbors above! 800
3 Mobile Homes NW 18 Ave (Take 9 St. N. from 16 Ave.) wall, light-blue kitchen and bath tile. Behind Looking for a lam- non smoker who 'Is

The Alligator Office 371-7777. 6-14-5-2 Norman Hall. Must see. $245/m quiet and very studious for fall and spring

For Rent/Sale/ ,1105 W. University Ave. w/fall option. 378-2803. 5-31-3-4 In Rocky Point. 2 bed 2 bath; balcony,

M.F Sam-4 pm Huge 2 bd, 2 bth 11 1 bd's. Bel Air 636 NW entire pond view, no petal, Call soon:
4 Sublease House/Apt./ 26 Ave. Spacious grounds, magnificentoaks. Sublease avail. May-Aug. Towne Pare lalnle 335-7449 220.00 a month. 6-7-4-5
Main BookstoreHub 3717777. 6.14.5-2 apts. Fully furn. 4 bdrs. avail. Only $150

5 Roommates Customer Service Desk + utll. or $350 for all. Call 336-4705 andIv. OXFORD MANOR NS/F wanted summer

6 For Sate M-F8am-4.30pm Three Oaks 3 bd 2 bth, just 3 blks N of mess. Avail Immed. 6-5-3-4 B(urn.own room/bath washer-dryer negotiable

UF, very, very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College rent + 1/2 utilities. Call 3737504.
Reitz Union Cashier's Office Sublease turn twnhs. Own bedroomfor
7 Real Estate Park Properties. 371-7777 6-14-5- fully 6-7-4-5
M-F gam-9pm 2 summer a, b, or c. Mill Run $200/mo.

8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed Call 3354254. 5.31-2.4 M/F/ own room in 4 BR house 2 blocks to

9 Autos Medical Bookstore ShandsM THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane; campus $145/mo' + 1/5 utils. carport,
OXFORD MANOR FREE Rentlll
May wood floor fireplace. 338-0597 Iv mes
See UF from private balcony newly renovated
10 Wanted F. 8 am-4.30pm Name Price! Own rm & bth. Call Wendy 5312.5
1 bdrm's. 207 NW 17th St. 371.7777 sage.
336-0930. 6-5-3-4
By Mall: 6-14-5-2
11 Services FALL Spyglass: 1 rmmt needed. M/F/
Use forms appearing weeklyin SUBLET 2bd/1 ba apt. End of JuneAug.Just for bd/ba/ In 3bd/ba Near pooltennis. -
12 Typing Services Center Court very nice 2 bd, walking distance own :
the Alligator. Sorry no cash by to UF 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher 2 Blocks from UFo Call 336-7891. Call Michael 336-8304. 5312.5

13 Help Wanted mail. MC VISA or checks only. cent. air. Office: 411' I NW 15th St. 6-7-4-4

3717777. 6.14.52Windmeadows Need rmmt NOW. In Spyglass, wash/dry,
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: MUST SUBLETI! I for apt. Avail Jun 1st own bed/bath/ 224 mo + deposit. Call and

VISA Mastercard thru Aug 5th.. w/fall apt. Call 335-2873 &
Payment or
by leave 3355742. 6-5-3-5
15 Personals Apts., 2 bdr/2 ba, $490/mo/ message
ONLY. Five dollar minimum. Iv. mess. 5-31-1-4
+ dep., avail. Aug 1 1. 336-7852 Iv. mes
16 Connections M-F8.30.4pm. sage. 8.I 4.8.2 M/F/ n/s/ own room in 3bdr/2ba house,

5 ROOMMATESRmmt $150/mo + 1/3 utll, fall option 3381858.

17 Notices D] How to correct A clean 2br Ideal for couples/serious stu 6-7-4-5

18 Rides dents. $290/mo incl water & garbage Summer B, F N/S, no pets, Oxford
NS M/F for 2bdr apt 3blks from UF. ac, wd
cancel ad 4013 NW 12th Terr.Apt. 6. Call 378.7458 Manor furn. bdr/ ba utll. Incl.
: private ,
19 Pets your firs, lots of windows, $140 + 1/2/ utl visit
or 3768663. 6-19-8-2 $350 for 6 wks, Call LeAnne 813-531-
Terr 5-31
I 307 NW 151h or call 375-6186.'

20 Lost & Found Cancellations: i MODELS OPEN EVERYDAYMill 8199. 6-14-10-5 2.5

Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri 8. 4
pm.
Responsible n/s/ fern needed (for own br & -
Roommate wanted 2 BR 2"1/2/ Bath,
No refunds can be given. Run. SW 20 Ave. 2 br from $375. Call
ba in new 3 bdr/ 2 ba mobile home security fans 200 month and
washer-dryer, per
336-7668,1-5 daily. eye, quiet area. Avail fall, rent neg.
Alligator errors: deposit. Nonsmoker, No pets. 335.3889,
J When will your ad run? 3355240. 6-19-11-5 *
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.. Casablanca West. 2735 SW 35 PI. 2 A3 br 6.145.5F

Call 373-FIND with any corrections before $475-$665. 372-8837,1-5 dally. MARCHWOOD: rmmte to share twnhme. for
postbac student seeks same rmmt
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY Own unf rm. wash/dry, pool. No Pets.
TWO Prefer clean NS.
Classifieds will FALL. Will relocate.
begin RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY Greenwich Green & other rentals avail. 200 + 1/3 util. Call Heather 3351460.'

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected Call 3718100. 8-5-4-2 5-31-5-5 3758858. 6-7-3-5

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. Need fm. rmmt. to share 2 bdr./l 1/2/ bath
Lg 2bdr/lba apt, ac, laundry, ceiling fan Casablanca Own $145/mo
after on pool. room
No refunds or credits can be given
alter 7/1/90./ $250/m./ + 1/2 util., ph.,
Union Shands take
or may $325/mo w/new carpet $340 avail now & mil w/2 males. Wash/dry part furnished.
the ad. Changes called in after
placing
cable. Pets ok, I have a dog. Call 336-
THREE days to apPear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. Aug. 2023 SW 37th Way. 375-7986. 6-7- Call Julian 336-0373 or Mark 338.1581. 6522. 6-7-3-5

may run for any length of time 4-2 F rmmt needed for 4 bd/2 ba turn condo
Customer error or changes: F NS for own rm in 2 bdr/1 ba has 1/2 blk
and be cancelled at any time. Need Roommate Now w// option for fall 4 by Oaks Mall. Wash/dry/ security system.
Corrections must be made in person at form UFo $172 + 1/2 Sum BJul'91.. Fun
blks from UF 2br/1 1/2 ba own room pool & 3354298. 8.N..d -
$200/mo split electricity.
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON. convenient toe mostly (turn $195. Chris neighborhood! Jr/sr. prof, 371.0190., 6-7-

for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. 3775795. 674.2 M/F N.S. R.M. to sub for summer, Cool, IIb.rall/m for own room In house 2

own room, 4 bed 2 bath, house cent air, blocks to uf. $170/mo/ & 1/3 util.. should
$175 studio $199 1 BD $299 BD W.D. 5 min walk f. U.F. campus. 140/m. + like, smokers cats A music. 3751274.aft. .
SUMMER SPECIALI! Get 'em while It's 1utll.. call anytime 3777916. 5314.5 8-5-2-5
FOR RENT: TORRENT: UNFURN.Oak HOTI! Walk to UFI I POOL 371.0769.8.12. 6pm.

5-2 F rmmt. wanted for A&3. own bdr & bath, Roommates Wanted Now to split $350/mo/

1 FURNISHEDBdr Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet $160/mo obo call 336-4367.5.,31-4-5 duplex plus utilities. Washer/dryer/ Included

washer/dryer available In most units for Students only 3328718.' 2243 SW 70 Terr. No
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B, 1 ft 2 Bath Studio $200 1 BR $225 turn and f n/s rmmt for summer, fall + own bedroomin 6-21-7-5
/ kill living rm prlvlledge, most utll. pd., $250-$350, see & Imr. 372-6422. 8-20- part turn. Some with all 2b/lb apt. $145 mo. + 1/2 util.! 1 block pets.

summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. 25-2 utilities 373-5663 8AM to 10PM. 8.7+2 from Norman Hall c.lllor more Info 373- needed for room/bath for
F rmmt own
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/info 372-2284/ 7875. 531.4.5Roommate
share bath $150 in nice
$175 or own room
3714243. 8-20-25-1 SW VILLAS Available now large 1 BR
SPACIOUSONE NW home w/fenced yd. Avail 8/1 call 373-
BEDROOM APT. with walk-in closet, barbeque, some utilities needed, for June and July. 7529 6-7-3-5
Room availableMarchwood fall & spring ONLY $263MO.LYONS paid. $240 1020 SW 8th Ave 150 + utll. neg., call
and/or next summer. Fully furnished, APT 375-8127 or 374-7060 and leave mes. for
N/S for own room in 3br SW house w/d *
micro $240/mo $150 deposit.
wash/dryer. + TUMBLING CREEK Bike to from Frank. 5-31-4-5
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 campus
UF/Shands $135 1/3
fenced yard 5 min +
Craig 3350145.. 6-12-8-1 this 1 BR balcony apartment, just painted, Ulll l 336-1914. 6-5-4-5
INCREDIBLE coin laundry, dishwasher. $275 M./F, for 4bdr/2ba/ hse 2 blks 'from campus
Lg. 2 BR apt. neatly furnished. No pets, own bdr/ba w/d 1/5 util $230/mo or
Efficiency Apt. "OWN ROOM" $1S6.25/mo, but neg. +
convienlent to UF & downtown. $275- PHOENIX Upstairs 2 BR apartment $140/moea for 2, 3351368. 5-31-4-5
$285 Starting at $185 1/4 utilities, avail. summer and/or/ tall,
5-31-4-1
3765957.
mo. Starting at $235/2 BtdroqmMEADOWCREST hook-ups, mini's, carpet. $310 F/N/S/ / call 336-3834 6-7-5-5
MAY RENT FREE

Private entrance, nice br. kitchen & livingrm. 378-3988 SUGARFOOT OAKS Incredible bargain, Female roommate needed for 3bd/lbth
prlviledges, most util. paid, summer house. Close to Dep $100. Call N/S Rmmt. wanted. Own room fully
375.3861 2 BR/1 1/2 BA. breakfast bar, dishwasher campus.
& morel'
8-20-23-1 (furn., beautiful apt. wpool, patio
$145. fall $165/mo. 372-2284
Ana at 3751477. 5-31-4-5
hook-ups, some utilities paid. $325 $300 Incl. rent, else, & (urn. Picaddilly

2 rooms for $1SO-$180 + 1/4 utll. avail Check Amenities Our New Available Specials'All SOUTHWOOO Like new spacious 2 BR/1 Live In the country wyour horse, N/S F Apts. Call Richard @ 3355584. 6-7-5-5

June 1 1. wash/dry, nw home, close to UFo FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 1/2 BA, deck with privacy fence, hook-ups. rmmt. to share 3/2 on 5 acres/5 mi. west MILL RUN: N/S/ rmmt for own room
3352891. 6-7-4-1 Roommates Avallabl.w.'r. $400 of Oaks Mall. Cent air/heat/ riding arena
with .
needed for Fall. Furn. wa/dry. *
trails avail. July 1, $170/mo + 1/3 util.
No.1 1
Students $215/mo + 1/2 utll. Call Tim at 335-5457
only 472-4624. 6-5-5-5
REGENCY OAKS KEY MANAGEMENT
Studio $200 1 BR $225 (turn and _
378-5766 Envlr-eonsclous M/F 4 hugerm In big
part turn. Some with all A attractive In
SW Archer Road 372-3060 clean room large upstairsapt.
3230 1920s house- blk to UF- wood floors-
utilities 373-5683 8AM to 10PM. 6-7-4-1 $155/mo. + 1/7 util + deposit + lease.
COUNTRY GARDENS 5-31-2-2 sun decksSum.. B on- $150 + 1/4 util. +
f No pets. 4959024. 5-31-4-5
1 bdr in a 3 bdr house, $160/mo + util. 373-4500 deps. 373-9145. 6-7-4-5

375-8329. 6-12-4-1 2001 SW 16th Street SUBLEASE: .e....LOOK*..2 rms avail. in big 3
Oulet nil rmmt. wanted for turn apt. near
8-20-25-2 bdr house. Jacuzzi, fncd yd study. Pets ,
law sch. (Camelot) i90/mo, Call John
HOUSEAPT.Summer
FOR RENT: 4 ok. $150-170/mo. split util. 338-
In The Pines 0483.......... 6-5-5-5 378.8188.ves. 6-14-6-5

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Spacious 1.243BedroomApartment B option for Fall: own bedroom
Werewolf for sale? Polar Bear? Dust-
& Townhouses Wood Share luxury lakefront condo near UF/
In nice house In NW ares.
.
but
.
Bunny well probably not
Convenient to UF/Shands Shands, $350/mo. + 1/2 util. Incl. weekly you
fane huge yard, 10 mln
to Santa FE CC, 1 BOR $270-$280 floors telling can find good homes for your other furry
room,
tennis crt weight maid 376-7728 Iv. 5-
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 2 pools sauna, 2 laundry rooms. walk to UF. $151 + 1/4 uti I. Call 378- service message. friends In the Pets classified section. -

Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. Ask about 3 bdr specials $400 off $894. __ **NEED MlF N/U.*

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 8-20-25- Own Room In a 4bd/2ba home. Near the
373-3371 Sublet a room. Windmeadows Apt. Summer Classifieds. ,,

Available now, SW: 2bdr apt porch, ceiling 205 SE 18th Ave. B til July 31. $200 mo + 1/4/ utll. call Oaks Mall. Avail June 1Call Johnny Continued on next page.

fans, dishwasher, cent H/A near bus, 1/2 mile east of Main St. 3360397. 6-12-8-4 332-6768. 5-3135T'TV

$375, including water. 373-0701. 6-19- M-F 9-6 9'a9YYYMUYN114aSe, Sat 10-5 Sun 12.4911y'e '._..""'t"'...,.,..,............. ..'.,.....'t't." .. ,, .:.:.', ..;" ..',',*.',..*'*.*",..,....<.,*<*.. "...*, ..* ..*' .'" "**' %*t

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ALLIGATOR.THURSDAY, MAY 31,1990' .


6 FOR SALE FOR SALE 9 AUTOS SERVICES SERVICES

Environmentally concerned responsible
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk Moving must tell) Beige couch In great 1988 Chevy Iroc 5.7 liters, automatic, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? person available June 1st for house sit
drives, 2 film cassette, 2 (Mm eannlitert cond., desk 2 small dressers & 2 fully loaded 2600 ml, asking $11,500. Get conlld.ntlalt.sUng and treatment at ting. Runs own cleaning service. Excel
Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2yr. twin/hide-away bedi. Call 375-2218 after 375-1265 or 373-1147. 5-31-6-9 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 8- ref. 375-1291. 8-5-3-11

.. Perfect lor small typesetting jobt. 4. 6-14-6-6 20.25.11
Good machine (for imall type shop. System 70 Firebird 403 alc. pw, case., custom To Busy To Clean? Company Coming; ?
includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film 4 6 font Queen waterbed w/bookcase/ and mirror paint, magi, $1700. 472.2534 or 472- ** GATOR MOVING ** Call Susan's House Cleaning Service
headboard, exc. cond., $175 OBO 338-
2072. 5-31-5-9 904-335-7884 Professional And
disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at 1208. 6-5-3-6 Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- Prompt.
373-9926 for more Info. dis. 6-5-3-11
1966 Volvo 122S wagon. Rebuilt engine Item/Hse Full. Diys/Eves. Long

Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more LOTUS 10-SPEED gold w/bluelrlm, Sun- great condition inside and out, roof I rack. Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill/ 3744791. 8.20.25.11 CARPET and VINYL Installation, repair

brands art all at our New Location) Car tour components, very good condition- White w/ red Int. A cool dame. $900. FARM lesions and restretches; free estimates. No Problem

$120. Call Drew at 378-8008. 6-5-3-6 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372. 3380610. 8-5.5.9 boarding woodser facilities Carpet Service. Robert 3745493. 6-
2070. 8-20-25-8 12-5-11
Sony CDX-A 10 diskpcky diskchanger Gov't seized cars trucks, TVs, etc. Confiscated hay rides parties sales working
MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1148 holds 10 cds $350, Also 2 Collins 10" In drug raids. Great deal$I Call students accepted. 468-3224, 3758080. FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC

Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate Bazokas subwolfers $250. Call Vince 372-0498 ext S-2 betw 6-8pm Won-Wed. 8-20-25-11 Serving UF since 1977
3354548. 6-5-36
H P. Price same or lower than mail 5-31-4-9 Most Insurance accepted
order Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb ONE STOP DENTISTRY 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.
((28ms), graphics monitor ... SONY portable cd player for car/home D- SUZUKI SAMURAI 87, loft top. Perfect Accepting new pts emerg Dr. Steven Schargel
MC 288/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295 180K Only 3 months old $185. RCA 8" condition. Must sect Call: 3750394. 6- Adult cleaning $30, child $20 373-7070
MC 386s $1495 Northgate 386/20/ b/w/ tv can plug Into car $65. Call Chuck 5.5.9 ((4)) Wisd. tee. $325 ((3)) Wisd. tee. $250 82021.11

$2399. PB 286 laptop whd & battery 3720184. 5-31-2-6 ((2)) Wisd. tee. $200
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics Jeep CJ7 Laredo 60 motor 82, Black, Nitrous Oxide Accept MC V, AE Experienced housesltter w/references/
Motionless Waterbed $125 obo
monitor $970.113 year warranties. great con Hardtop, Bikinitop $2950, Graduating Valid only with coupon up to ((4)) people. available for summerrecent UF grad.
dition. Call Debbie 336-0580. 6-5-3-6 student. Call Now 376-6141 Albert. 6-7- H.T. DDS 372-9521
Omits warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer Gonsoulin. Would also Interested in room for rent

... $185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049. 3743 W. I HAVE TERRIFIC grades thanks to my 5-9 5-31-6-11 in exchange for work. Debbie 371-1836
University Ave. 8-9-25-6 or 372-1664 Mon. & Fri.- daytime. 5-31-
office desk $75-obo and chair
great comfy
ORANGE Auto Rescue and
AND BLUE INSURANCE low Car stalls? Call Mobile
GREAT DEAL! Ok wood desk/chair/ and $15. Oak dresser $80 obo. Call 373- rates, low payments, fast drive-thru service Repair. Fast service, 25 yrs. exp, jumps
bookshelves w/ bottom cabinet $20 or 0595. 6-5-3-6 se habla espanol 377-2277 377- tune-ups minor repairs. 24 hrs/day./ 372- TYPING

both for $401! Call 3728560. 5-31-5-6 For Sale CARS. We care 6-12-6-9 5325. 8.7.8.11 12 SERVICESYOU

2 beds Inc. box frame obo
HP PAINTJET PRINTER, lest than one $25 1977 CHEVY MALIBU Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farmi.

year old $750 obo 392-1633. 5-31-5-6 Desk Call Al$20 377-2793 obo leave 6-12- very clean, looks good, runt great new Stall and pasture avail 7 ft 1/2/ miles N or WRITE, WE TYPE
5.6 menage. tires stereo V-8 must see call Mike 373- Highway Patrol 462-5127, 4624311. 8- Busmen Legal Personal Reports

FUTON & FRAME 0732 Iv msg 8-5.3.9 20.22.11 Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.

From only $200/set. Call Al 373.3127 or Deik-FREE, wall unit set $10 dbl bed- GVIIIe Handicapped Typing
77 Honda Civic 2-door am/lm
S-spd., ,
Matt 3775650. 6.7-7.6 $100 neg. Moving Wed. May 30. Call equalizer, reliable looks A runs good. *SUNBELT MOVING* 8.20.25.12 3787179.

371.4983 Lv. nug 6.29.1-8 $800 for quick sale 373-3512. 6-12-4-9 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
Car Alarms K-40 Radar Detectors
Cnmestopper
1- Item -House full. Local/Lng dist.
Sherwood Saniut, Sony Orion, Must sell Hand-fed Cowures 1 dusky 1 Lie/Ins. Priced for Students) Marty 375- Typing reports business F129H
Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Beat peachfront + accessories. Very tame. MOVE. 8-20-21-11 legal resumes cassettes transcribed
10 WANTEDLocal
All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-6 335.2922 ask for Karen $450. 6-5-3-6 applications letters notary *tlc.
Available 24 hours/7 days/372-2777

** ***White beach cruiser***** SALEIII Loveseat $90, Twin bed $60, 1 Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class
Like new great condition. Call Rosemary ipeed bike $60, color TV 19 In. $80, All In Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle'i Fine I
at 335.2724, leave message $95 great shape call 3359248. 6-7-4-6 Jewelry 3739243. 8-20-25-10

obo. 5-31-4-6 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
College night at Alley Katz. Every Wed.
Handcrafted wooden blrdfeederi. Different 7 REAL ESTATEDuplex from 9p closing. $8 per student Includes
sizes available. $5 to $15 each Free unlimited bowling, shoes, mini-golf ft a by Trude Michel Jaffe
seed with the first two sold. Call J.R. for sale- bed, 1 11/2 bath. Phoenix hot dog or pretzel w/ a med. loda. Don't

between 7 pm and 10 pm 375.1935.8.5. cloae to campus, full kitchens, call mm ill 6-7-5-10
ACROSS 3 "A partridge In 36 Gadabout 50 Domesticates
7-6 Larry or Nina 371-8141 or 1-800-654-
4544. 6-21-7-7 Will pay dollars for one answered CHM 1 Bridge term tree" 38 Disney's 1940 51 Plant disease

Microwavelike new, and five speed 2046 Lab Manual. Call after 5:00: 378- 5 Press on 4 Rascal tribute toclassical 52 Mister, in
blender for sale.I $100 for the pair (offers Rockwood Villas. 2bd/2ba/ study closeto 7515. 6-7-3-10 9 Bang 5 Before music Madrid

considered)) call 377-3441 anytime. UF, Shands and the Mall, excel cond, 14 French military deux 41 Sleep-inducers 53 Change course
6-5-5-6 assumable mortgage 49900. 3731147. Int. tennis player seeks same for practice cap 6 Helicopter 42 Ladder part at sea
2x/wk. 3758858. 6-5-2-10
5-31-6-7
15 Standard part 43 Fool. 54 Black, to a poet
Moving sale! Take pick: full size
soft bed w/d study your desk & sewing machine Assumable 8 1/2/ %. Only $310/mo pal. 11 SERVICESNW I I 16 Otherworldly 7 Mess 44 River at Leeds 55 Lasso
In wooden cabinet w/chair. 338. Adorable & spacious 1 br w/ loft, ceiling 17 Currier'spartner offering 48 Entertain 56 Midday

8661, Kevin Iv meal. 5-31-4-6 fan sky light, laundry room, storage ft 2 8 Envoy 49 Aver 60 Deserter
decks, b.autilulland.caplng w/ lots Dog Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave 18 Vanity case 9 Tract of land
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
woods ft Azaleas. Eve/wkend/ 3744923or
19
Demolishes, In 10 Thug
286 COMPUTER goon ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
376-4703. 6-5-3-7 $20,10% disc to students. 3328917. 8- :
Soho 11
12 mhz, 49 MB harddrlve. 5 1/4/ and 3 Major nraciPin nnnn nnrannnnnn

1/2/ floppy drives 14" VGA color monitor 2b/2b In Brandywine. Fully furnished. BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 20 Respond 12 Appearance nnnm nnnnnnnnn
1 yr warr, DOS 3.3, Microsoft Works Nothing down. Mortgage assumable. Immediately 22 Watchful 13 Nuisance
PRO CE LI0IQtQ1
A
Doe Shot Only $17(5. ELITE 3351300. available. Call 372-1152, Iv 24 Asta or Fala 21 Tip -1

6-21-10-8 msig. 6-7-3-7 1233 NW 10th Ave. 26 Lay 'em In the 23 A Fitzgerald N
372-1664 aisles 25 Japan or Slam nnnnnnnnnnn
Safari Audio Is Gainesville's newest A finest .
MC/VISA/lnsurance 27 Elevated ending l M N ILL
in car audio, cellular & security. 8 MOTORCYCLES Free Pregnancy Test railroads 28 Resided T E A
Custom installation & repairs. 336-1128.
Member 28 Surrealist nnnnn gnranaannn
29
Spanish jug
8.21.10.6WORD 1980 Honda CB750F tuperiport good
National Abortion FederationPREPARE
condition w/ 2 helmets t cover new chain I, Salvador 30 Mother of nnwnn nmnnanncm
ft sprockets & rear tire. $600. 3713991. 29 Antique Castor and D N N I S
PERFECT 5.1
5-29-5-8 32 Tell Pollux M M A D D
Student/Faculty Price $135 '' 35 Cowboy 31 Small amount nnnnn
Call ELITE 3351300. 7-3-10-6 1988 Red Honda Spreegreat condition, 37
FOR 'I' Press 32 Mature iincira nnnnonamnnBfflR )
1100 miles,|just tuned up. $450/obo. Call : 38 Have
Queen sofa bed $200; framed paintings Tracey 335-7808 or 378-7186. Lv mssge. an 33 Epochsotherworldly Hffi mK
make offer; moving 378-7470. 5-31-3-6 air 34 Mislaid

81 JAWA X25 moped for sale, call or A 39 Alan, Francesor

Must Immediately leave message for John 336-4648. 5-31- Robert 5/31/90/ /
plane ticket to Boston oneway $70 40 Beethoven'sSixth
and couch for $60 call nights 3367732. 1987 Suzuki GS450L low miles, clean,

6th gear overdrive. Good condition, must 43 Moslem
Full size bed and frame one yr. old good see. Asking $1200, call 377-2263 Ive. t
condition. $75. Call 378-9584. 5-31-3-6 messge. 6-5-5-8 salutation
45 Superlative

CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 1980 Suzuki GS5SOL. Low mileage. ending 17 19

any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Runs and looks great. Incl. KG carrying 46 Place kick
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes- case ft two helmets. Asking $595, 332- 47 Have a fever
sage. 8-20-21-8 9240. 6-5-5-8 48 "-

Misbehavln''
Pair of Mustang GT seats, these seats are GS450GA 1982 Suzuki motorcycleGreat
out of an 89 and are new. Red w/adj. shape- low miles 49 Pixies

thigh support & power Lumbar $450 obo. Like newmany extras 53 Shrew 35 36
Call Vince 3354548. 6-5-3-0 $1400 Call 377.7543 8227.8 57 Get out of
.
58 Concerning

42" Connelly trick ski. Trick rope. Med. Orange and Blue Insurance now covers 59 Ascend
r women's wetsuit. 373-9589. 6-12-4-8 motorcycles I Low rates, low payments, 61 So be III)
safe rider discounts, fast drive-thru service 62 Thicket
Furniture 4 sale. Excellent condition) 377-2277. 6-21-98 NOWVARM 63 Jot

couch leather chair coffee table, etc.
Call now leave message 3353780. 1988 Honda Elite SO for sale. Great forgetting 64 Verne captain u51

Prices negoc. 82176 around on campus, great cond., iri'[ 65 Leg Joints
... helmet scooter $800. Call anytime 338- 66 Dill, in the Bible

For Sale Dorm Size Refridgerator' good 9422. 5-31-3-8 I 67 Despot
cond. Call 376-4180 or 365-6683 andleave 1
menage 6-5-2-6 HONDA ELITE 80cc DOWN
why walk when you can ride?
nIT.Mn+"ION,s.eruuers. sacs.1839 1 Kilt
JVC pull-out stereo, speakers $150 obo, ONLY $500 CALL DAYS EVENINGS' WEEKENDS 2 Quay
also answering machine almost new $50. call MIKE 373-0732 Iv msg. 8-5-3-8

Call 335-1366 Iv. mess. 6-7-3-6 377-0014
For sale:: 1986 Ninja 250. Great condition '

Upgrade; your home speakers Howl) One Just tuned-up. Original cover 2 409 S.W. 2nd Ave. 1990 Lee Aitls Tines SyrtkHe 53190r
pair of floor-standing JBL ipeakert. Paid helmets. Alking $1400. Call 335.2749

$425. Get these for $350_ firm. 335-5490 Iv. mesg. 5-31-2-6



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THURSDAY MAY31.1990.ALLIGATOR, 9!

TYPING SERVICESMICRO 13 HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDFOOD BUS. PERSONALS '


CENTER/ Typing 371-2425. Full AVON 375-8967 Outstanding summer opportunity. Campus FOLKS ft FUNI Join the crew at Intro.pkg-speclal $69.95 all portraits tv
& self service computing. Typing starts & Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. Connection needs an ambitious UF McDonald', part-time full-time ft between w/color./ 2-8x10,4-5x7,8-wallet. Call Cre-{
1.50/pg Return $6 Self service Benefits Insurance. 8.20.25.13 student sell ad space for the *1 college dais-lime, stop In anytime, 6-7-4- atlve Designs for appt. Hurry! 3724815.
resumes A $2.50/hr 15page. Laser magazine. We'll provide all material & 13 6-129-14
typeset graphics spell check theses Attention perl.cllor students M-F 5.30- complete training. Call 8003425118.
* paper special character employ 9.30: pm phone sale, hourly wages plus Are you graduatingWe are tasking
ment database mailmerge training. bonu. Friendly atmosphere. Alter 1 Prudential Financial Planner one of the honest responsible, hard-working people 15 PERSONALS
WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC/ 8-g- 3783238. 5-31-6-13 pm largest provider of financial security I I. to train for managerial positions. Great
25-12 offering career positions In financial plan alary, great benefit, and great opportunities. Vuarn.vCarr.ra/Ray-Ban/Gllor. Great
Excellent ning. Marketing positions available to Call 371-6954 If Interfiled. 6-7- The
Summer Jobl! Earn an easy $5- prices-reg or rx sunglasses. Optical
Typing/Word Processing. Quality depend- 10/hr plus bonus with our outdoor marketIng agressive person with future In mind. 4-13 Laboratory 376-5563. 616 SW 4 Ave. 1
able lervice. Reasonable rate. Laser te.m511 pm/llex ached. Mike First year position 30k and up. EDE block from Ala Gen. 8-20-25-15
Experienced rider to exercise. ride
378-2501. 5-31-4-13
printer. 377.81751119:00pm.: 8-20-25-12 338-3121. 6-7-8-13
horaes. Pay expenses. Call 472-3777. Natural Foods and Vitamins
Friendly energetic student needed for
Word Processing Typing, Bkkplng & No- ATTENTION UF STUDENTS: For Information Gatorwear Dept. Must be avail most days 8-14-6-13 Birkenstock Sandals
tary. Grad school exp. Prof quality 15 regarding sitting for the June, '90 Sunflower Health Foods
113. Apply at Florida Book Store 1614 GET PAID TO TRAVELI
yrs exp. Spelling ckd. NW lection. Fl. Dental Board Examination at the UF W. Univ. Ave. 5-31-3-13 Cruisellnes need ft 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
energetic dynamic
Dawn 332-3913. 8-20-25-12 Dental School call 335-9058 Iv m.g. 5- 8-20-25-15
penonel. 904-428-4560 e t. C-1.
Great opportunity for student who loves B-14-8-13
TYPINGNear Butler Plaza. Fait accu- PREGNANT? Don't gues Get Immediate
kida. Professional couple seeks student
rate service. Call 3730134. 8202512. EARN $35This ted resulti from a reliable source .
for babysitting & light housekeeping part Part time office assist needed Immediately
PLANNED
PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8-
week $110 this month new donars time. Warm friendly environment near UF for fast-paced real-eitate' firm.
Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable 20-25-15
with this coupon. Study while you donate $4/hr need own car. Apply at Florida Computer knowledge helpful but not necessary -
service. Master in English will check or watch video Free Parking. Gainesville Book Store 1614 W. Univ. Ave. 5-31-3-13 Flex. hours, Please call Gail Ring
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1837. 8-9- Blood Plasma
Center. Est. I960.
378-4814 M-F 9-5. 6-7-4-13
Get
special student discounts
on examsand
Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near 238 SW 4th AYI.-378-11431. M-Th 8-7 ADVERTISING all supplies at PLANNED PARENT-,
Fri 8-5 Sat 82.
8.20.25.13 STOCK CLERK.
part time variable hrs
campus. Dependable quality service. HOOD. 377-0881. 6-20-25-15
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol CLASSIFIEDLearn experience preferred.' Apply In person at
373-4464 7511.12 Need 15 bucks about the exciting world of Newspaper. Robinson's Market, 1220 NE 8th Ave. 5- Permanent Hair Removal
Immediate full time position available 31213A Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
We Beat Everybody' Priced' In the Classified Dept. of the Info about the PERMANENT removal of
ReumeLtterReporti etc. today? Independent Florida Alligator. Mutt b.per.onable Plus Note We are still looking for unwanted facial & body hair. 3744307.
Alachua Word Processing An easy, relaxing way to pick up cashall good with people detail oriented excellent students the following Sum. 82025.15
376-5465. ** Established since 1985 that' required I I. a plasma donation. We good organizational skill, aptitude mer C courses: BSC 2010. CHM 2041
CHM 2046, and ECO 2023. Call 371-
8-20-21-12 pay $15 for your 1st 4 donations ft special for figure Hour Mon-Frl 8-5. $STUDENTS GET CASH
6954 If Interested 5312.13BUSINESS
bonus enabling you to earn up to $115 Benefit Send resume and cover letter For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy'
...RESUMES*** a month. Come In today! stating salary requirements Advertising 372.1228.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Can-
Complete writing ft development service Alpha Plasma Center Director P.O. Box 14257 Gainesville. Fla. Iral City. 8-20-25.15
*. Resume House 3718148. 8-9- 9 SW 1st St. 32604. No phone call please. Minorities
Gainesville 3789204FRESHMENHEAL are encouraged to apply. AA EOE. 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS SAVE ON RAYBANS

*ACE WORDPROCESSOR University Opticians
Resume, term dissertations, TH MAJORS Live-In Female driver needed for elderly woman. terminal ft pc'.. buy, 1.11. 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
legal, technical. 335-7064 paper 7-5-10-12 Attendant needed. Call Lisa at 378-7474 2-3 times/week errands/. appt, own trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY 8.20.25.15
M.F.8-S. 7-10-11-13 transportation, 3352739. 531.213 CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 8.20-
AUTO INSURANCEVERY

ti t-fill ttltf/----fir iIil/ S fills-fi-; -O LOW PRICES
Students welcome! Call today Sunshine
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Alligator Classifieds I I I I I I t I. 1800 Gun InventoryOver !

""I 500 handgun In stock

I I I'I f I I I II III Buy Reloading, Sell Trade Supplies, Repair 466-3340

373-FIND I I I I I I I 1 8 Harry mi. South Beckwith of G'vllleon44l Gun Dealer

BUY R. SElL rr.' FIND IT. I I I.a l I I a I ALSO HANDICAP. INDOOR FACILITIES PISTOL I RANGE '

I I I I f I 8924.15
Alligator Classifieds allow products services, jobs, etc. to be listed In a .1 i i
I I I
9-
"directory" to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form [ I $1.50 OFF 251b or more wash dry fold

explains the .tep-by-step manner In which to place an ad and will help I I I'I I I I'I I I w/thl ad, 3 hr service. University Plaza
you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to ,,. i Coin Laundry 1620 W University. Air-
Ii conditioned, color TV ft video game 372-
advise you. I' I I I I I 1 I 9178. 5-31-6-15

Alligator Classifleds may b. placed In a number 01 ways: I I I t I I I I I MEAL DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich specialw '
1 / free 16 oz drink BAGELS UNLIMITED.
I a tats.t I 1620 W Univ. Open 7 am to 7 pm. 5-31-
1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa you can place your ad by II i 1 z oC '" '" ... 6-15
telephoning 373-FIND between 8.00 and 4:00: Pm. I I I I I i m m 2 I

I I I I I I I r I: g I HEADACHES BACKACHES
2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with check, money order
I I i I I i SPORTS INJURIES
or MastercardMaa Information no cash, please) to: I I f I
CHIROPRACTIC WORKSI!
II I Student may be covered by parent
I
Alligator Classifieds I I I 1 I I jIo 3 health Iniurance.
PO Box 14257 $ r I North Florida Chiropractic and Massage.
Gainesville FL 32604 1 I I I I I I f 375-3668
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1 I o I 821.1215

3. You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W. II I I II I 1 I I 1N '" IIy
CASH FOR YOUR BIKE
University Avebeween; 8 am and 4 pm weekdays. Our trained, friend- -+
I I I i i I We pay top dollar for cruisers and Mtn.
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I I transfer shows no mercyBy I Baseball team



GUERRY SMITH quickly. keeps torridrecruiting

Alligator Writer "They are very similar," Brandi
said. "Both are smart and both are
Faced with the loss of Siobhan But rateMoving
tough. mobility-wise,Amy's a
Nicholson after the 1989 season, lot better than Siobhan. Siobhan

the University of Florida women's manipulated the ball; Amy is a quickly to put behind a nightmarish -
tennis team entered 1990 with "
counterpuncher. 29-30 season, the UF baseball team
trepidation at the vacated No. 6
spot. With four regulars returningfrom added three more recruits over the past
Nicholson, the all-lime UF 1989 and highly-sought week, including one on Wednesday, bring
leader in winning percentage freshman Andrea Farley joiningthe ing the number for next year up to seven.
(.893)), was dominant at the bottom team, Alcini appeared to be ina The three Marc Valdes of Tampa Jesuit
spot in the lineup. She fin four-way battle for the last sin- Joey Ayrault of Sarasota High and Nick
ished her career with a 75-9 gles position. Her 23-5 record at McClellan of Miami-Dade North add even
record, including a 25-1 mark in Indiana as a sophomore was not t more youth to the 1990 Gators squad that
1988. outstanding, but personality con featured only three seniors.AROUND .

But Amy Alcini, a transfer from flicts with coach Lin Loring may
Indiana University, made the loss have been a factor in her losses.

of Nicholson almost unnoticeable.The Her competitiveness earned
junior from Michigan won her her a spot at UF at No. 6 singles, SPORTSValdes
first 16 matches.Then,after losing and she held on to it all season.
two in a row, she ripped off 12 And she proved she could beat a right-handed pitcher, signed
more before falling to Stanford's top-notch competition, edging with UF on Wednesday on the heels of a
Heather Willens in the finals of the UCLA's Cammie Foley in three record-breaking 1990 year at Tampa Jesuit
NCAA team tournament. sets. Foley would advance to the that saw him break current Mets infielder
And while beating her opponents second round of the NCAA singles Dave Magadan's strikeout and ERA records.
she showed no mercy. Although championships two months later. Valdes struck out 131 in 87 innings, walk
her baseline style made 32 and 0.81 ERA on his
When Florida defeated Indianain ing just posted an
individual rallies long she
was
the round of 16 the NCAA way to a 10-6 record.
at i
frequently the first player to finish
"Marc is one of the most highlysoughtafter
Alcini chose not
her match because she did not Championships,
to pitchers in the state of Florida and we
lose many points. Of the 64 sets gloat."I are extremely pleased with his decision to
she won, 24 were at love."I just took it like any other attend the University of Florida," UF coach
wouldn't say she surpassedmy match," she said after trouncingher Joe Arnold said. "The professional scouts
expectations, but she had an opponent. "It is satisfying, I'll also have a lot of interest in Marc and he
outstanding season," UF coach will have some decisions to make later in
Andy Brandi! said. "She had a June."

tough person to fill the shoes of in Ayrault, a three-year starter for the Sail-
Siobhan, and she did it." ors,joins battery mate Ron Scott,who signed
Alcini enjoys being compared to with UFearlier in the signing period. Behind
Nicholson, an assistant coach for Ayrault and Scott, Sarasota finished 1989
the team, and is aware of her ranked No. 1 by USA Today.
predecessor's success at No. 6 sin The 6-foot-4, 180-pound Ayrault hit .352
gles."I. with 11 doubles, two home runs and 20 RBI
know Siobhan pretty well,andI and was selected all-state. He also threw out
I think she's a great person," Al 65 percent of base runners attempting to
cini said. "I think that her consistency tournaments.'k steal.
there is very solid. I'm to be
"Joey has the size and strength an
flattered that people would say I'm" outstanding receiver one day," Arnold said.
as consistent as she was there. North,
Miami-Dade
In his two seasons at
A superb record is not the only McClellan, a right-handed pitcher, compiled
thing linking Alcini and Nichol a 15-9 record with a 3.80 earned run average,
son.Alcini prefers the baseline,as striking out 125 in 158 and one-third innings
and she utilizes her
did Nicholson, while walking just 61.
mind: to win points. In warmups, E. ANN STODDARDALLIGATOR "Nick had a successful year this season
.
both appear beatable,but once the from Indiana and promptly even though his team's record wouldn't
match starts, they seize control the No. 2 Lady Gators. show it," Arnold said. "He was their numberone

pitcher who always went up against

I UF do with athletic dormsBy everyone Track else's Gators number advance one guy.In "NCAA

may away UF's Tyrone Kemp in the 400-meter run
and Mark Everett in the 800 advanced
GREGG DOYEL main on the eight SEC campuses currently the current set-up just fine. Wednesday in the 1990 NCAA Outdoor
Alligator Staff Writer offering them. He added that each university "As a team,we bring a substantial amountof Track and Field Championships. For the
not the NCAA, should make the final money to the university," Schintzius said. women, Dorchelle Webster ((400-meter hurdles
The proposed abolition of athletic dormitories decision. "And as a team,we need our own dorm.With ) and Tasha Downing ((400-meter run)
is a hot topicof debateamong South- Nationally, 21 schools have separate all the money we bring to the school, we advanced. All-American sprinter Anita How
eastern Conlerence coaches and athletic dorms for athletes. Among SEC school's, deserve that." ard, hampered recently by a strained
'uirectors at this week's annual meeting in only Kentucky and Vanderbilt do not have quadracep, failed to qualify in the 200-meter
Destin. athletic dorms. Sophomore tailback Willie McClendon dash.

Florida football coach Steve Spurrier Critics say athletic dorms isolate the athletes doesn't want to change the system, either."I UF athletes qualifying in the field events

doesn't understand what all the fuss is about. from the rest of the student populationand don't want it. It's better for us to stay were pole vaulter Mike Holloway, who
Spurrier, who turned Duke's dismal football from the normal college experience. together a team,to make us more united," cleared 17 feet; Russell Willitt, who threw
program around without separate Proponents prefer that coaches be able to McClendon said. "We need that unity." the discus 173 feet, 3 inches; and Maria
'dorms for athletes likes the idea of athletic dictate in what type of environment the Galloni in the high jump.
dorms, but wouldn't call such facilitiesa athletes live and that they know where their Other possible changes mentioned at the Women's golf team recruits abroad
meeting include limiting the amount of timea
must. players are at most times. UF women's golf coach Mimi Ryan announced
said couldn't win "We're all product of our environ coach can spend with players to 20 hoursa
"For years they we at a own the signing of her second recruitof
week and
Duke because we didn't have this or that," ment,"Spurrier said."Some coaches are real moving national signing day upa the season. Paula Gorman of Belfast,
Spurrier said."They can't say that anymore." concerned about athletic dorms,and I might week to the first Wednesday' in February.Also Ireland, will join the Lady Gators, who finished

Duke's success notwithstanding, Ole feel that way too if I hadn't been at Duke. mentioned were proposals reducingthe third at last weekend's NCAA tournament
'Miss athletic director Warner Alford said "We didn't have any problems withoutone. number of visits a recruit can make from in the fall as a freshman.
the consensus at this week's SEC spring That's just the way it was." five to four,and limiting schools to 75,rather
meetings is that athletic dorms should re- Freshman forward Travis Schintzius likes than 85 visits. Compiled from Alligator staff reports.

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the independent florida .S a ._ S w -PubI.shed byc ps~muna 'f 010.m,., I. ad VOLUME 83, NUMBER 156 THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1990 Cupid comes to Hogtown. APPLAUSE Legislators compromise, raise in-state fees 10% Prepare to pay The main question about tuition this legislative session was not whether it would go up, but how much. Legislators now have their answers. These figures are based on tuition for a student taking 15 undergraduate credit hours. .n n opecent In-state out-of-state nOw $614 $1994 nt increase +1 38 t 351 total $862 $2,345 StudentART BY DARREN SHAW Student votes appeal to 'Walkin' Lawton' Alligator Staff Report UF's in-state students will pay an extra $38on their tuition bills next fall, while their out-of-state counterparts will shell out S351 more than last year -increases legislators have agreed on after debating many alternatives, The extra money represents a 10 percent tuition increase for in-state students who take 15 hours and a 20 out-of-state students (a The tuition agreement is a compromise between proposals from the House and Senate and the request made by student obbyists, which was8 percent for in-state and 18 percent for out-of-state stu dents. UF Student Body percent increase for king the same load President Michael Browne, one of the student lobbyists backing the 8 percent increase, said he was disappointed when the 10 percent increase was chosen. "It's too much," Browne said "An 8 percent increase isas much as a student should have to pay in a given year This session marked the first time the Florida Student Association, the state's largest student lobby group, backed a tuition increase in its 13-year history Browne, who is also FSA president, said his group has received criticism for asking legislators to raise tuition. But he said the stance was necessary because student lobbyists would have lost credibility if they asked legislators to leave tuition alone in a year when the state budget is so tight. ByEM E CENZIPE elected to the Senate in 1970. He is Alligator W rtE R known for having strong general support, partly because of his policy of Former U.S. Sen. "Walkin'" Lawton limiting individual campaign contribuChiles will put his welltions to no more than known nickname to use at $100. UF Thursday when he reChiles surprised the tuns to walk through his public in April when he alm, mater to gain stu.announced he would run dentsupport foragubernafor governor, several torial nomination, months after Democratic Chiles,a former UF pronomination hopefuls Bill fessor who served 18years Nelson and George Stuart in the U.S. Senate and 12 had announced their canyears in the Florida Legisdidacies. Shortly after lature, also will hold a cantChiles' announcement, paignyoluntarmeetngat CMIse Stuart dropped out of the 3 p.m. in the Reits Union Auditorium for interested UF and McKay, Chiles' choice for lieutenant Gajewdille supporters. Accompanied governor, was a state legislator for 12 by hiS 1unM11g mat BUddy MacKay, years and. U.S representative for six. Chile.' UF tour will begin at 4 p.m. 00 Chiles' Alachua County campaign co. the Reits Union lawn and end in Shands chairman, Ron Carpenter, aid Chile Hosplitars pre-natal clinic. Is popular among s dint, especially Chiles first started hi. tradition of from UF,becausehehasmadeFlorida'. ianrsa the state wheo he was educational system a top priority. Legislators raised tuition by 8 percent last year for all students and didn't raise it in 1988. Browne said although he believes this increase is too high, students could have gotten much worse The Senate proposed mnreasing tuition 15 percent for in-state and 20 percent for out-of-state students The House backed a plan to raise tuition and 20 percent for percent/20 percent 8 percent for residents non-residents The 10 compromise is subject to approval by Gov. Bob Martinez. 'It was better than some thought," Browne said 'T1here was a quick sigh in the first couple of seconds, but there was also disappointment." He said he and other student lobbyists were disappointed because legislators approved few enhancements to the state universities TIhe student lobbyists expect to wn the battle against a proposed 6 percent surcharge that would tax dormitory rent and food and books bought on campus. The money raised from the tax would not go back to universities, but would be spent on roads, prisons and human services. Browne recently organized a petition against the surcharge and took it to Tallahassee with the signaluresof 1,200 UF students He said he hopes to hear the fate of the "politically unpopular" surcharge by today or Friday "Ilat baby's gonna die," he said -Group: Get helicopters off campus BY RONALD DUPONT JR. Alligator Writer Neither UF alumni nor the media are important enough to be allowed to land their helicopters at UF particularly for the purpose of attending football games -an advisory committee said Wednesday. The Campus Planning Assembly, an advisory group of college representatives and UF planning officials, said the University Athletic Astociation should discontinue its 14-year practice of allowing helicopters to land at the practice football field, just north of Perry Field. *I can't think of a compelling reason for anybody to land there" said James Terhune, an assembly member and associate dean of thejournalism college. see CNhIe. page 5 "It's too much. An 8 percent increase is as much as a student should have to Pay i .n a gi .ven year. -Michael Browne UF student body president

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2, ALIJGAMTRTtIURSAY MAY1, Ow) COLLEGE NEWS J Student not ecstatic over arrest A Florida State Uiversity student was arrested May 18 for possessing the chemicals necessary to manufacture niethamphetamines and synthetic drugs, the Florida Flambeau reported According to FSU police, William OtistWalden was arrested and charged with onecount eachof attempting to manufacture methamphetamines, grand theft and possession of drug paraphernalia The 22-year-old senior chemistry student was caught with the chemicals In his apartment when a maintenance worker came to adjusl the air con ditioner The worker said he called pMice because he was concerned the chemicals might be dangerous Police said the chemicals were part of a makeshift lab designed to make the syntlet it drIg Ectacy J Nebraska students urge divestment StIdent leaders at the UnIversity of NebraskitI incoln passed legislation May 2 urging the Un of Nebraska Foundation to divest from South tlie IDarly Nourankodn reprted The bills ask the foundation, a private fund-r organization affiliated with the university, to cr polity fordivestment, establish 10 full scholars sponsor black 'outh African studentsand infor rent donors that their donations can be diveste Under current policy, foundation donor specify they don't want their money to go to African investments. Rut student leaders wer eerned that most were not aware of this option One senator said this follows in the footsteps Nebraska University Board of Regents dives policy 'The Nebraska legislature has passed prohibiting the investment of state funds in Africa, according to Professor Gregory Hayde --ALLGATOR STAF-RI WHAT'S HAPPENING Karate: Cuong NIhu Karate casses for beginners will run from May II to June IP AlI classes wilt start at 30 p n They will meet on tle lawn behind the Campus Shop and Rookstore on Tuesdays and Thursdays and in the basement I)[ [he Florida Gym on Fridays Give it a shot: UF students can get the second state-mandated measles vatration at the Student Health Care Center every weekday of the summer from 8am. to 4 pm Come in today to beat the rush Call 392-1161, ext 309 Defense: Anyone interested in self defense and martial arts is mted to the Women's Cym where [sshinryui a practice of self defense, will be ought by a black-belt instructor every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon from 4 t0 to 6 It's a miracle: The 'reprofessional Service Organization will hold a carnival and drawing inside the Oaks Mall Jne 2 and 3 to benefitthe Children's Miracle Network 392 151 Supvo,1 group: Student M Health forming confident portgroup for students whoar positive. 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In memory of those who laid don their lives for a better China, in perpetuation of the unfilled cause of the democracy movement of 1989, we will hold a memorial program Please join us to share our sadness, our anger, Please join us to bring truth and justice to China Please join us to pray for peace for the Chinese people. Friendship Association of Chine. Students, UF Chinese Student and Scholar Association, UF

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fHUllDAY. MAY 31. I9 AUJGATOR I Both sides to discuss Baby Gator controversy By DEBBIE CENZIPER Atligator Writer Both supporters and protesters from UF's only day care center will meet tonight to discuss recent complaints about the way the nursery is run -or the possibility that no problems exist Many vocal teachers and parents from both sidesofthe controversy will disputethe charges against Baby Gator nursery and its director, Tom Logan. [hey range from racial and sexist remarks and foul language in front of children to failure to mandate the filing of accident reports and unfair hiring and firing practices ['he debate started when omit parents and eahliers outlined problems at the nur sery ii a letter to Student Affairs Vice Presadent Art Sandeen, chairman of the nursery's Board of Directors But some nursery supporters said the claims were untrue and signed a petition stating their support of the nursery and Logan Logan said he has received dozens of phone calls, visits and letters questioning the conflicts at the nursery logan said he will not attend the meeting Wilmetta Morris, who pulled her daughter out of the nursery about two weeks ago, said many of the parents defended the nursery because they were afraid to speak against it If parents complain about the nurserv, it may affect the care their children recetwe, she said "I pulled her out anyway because I wasn' going to wait until her eyes were knocked out," Morris said "But some people aren't going to complain if they feel it would jeoJardize the safety of their children The nursery is one of the most affordable day care centers in Gainesville, and the waiting list is often up to two years. Morris added Although no UF administrators plan to attend the meeting, Student Services Assistant Dean Michael Rollo said his office created a review committee to look into admistrative problenis at the nursery Hie review comrinittee was first established becaist' oi discrepancies in nursery xlcit's, evern beIore disgruntled parents and teacher bt'gan Vot In g their complaint is publicly, said Rollo. head of the committee THe commitnte will focus on the admmsirafive side of the nursery and not on any individual or stalf member, he added Parents and slaff members will be encour aged to talk to the committee and Rollo said he has already received letters Most are i support of the nursery Rollo said the committee may take a while to investigate. bit he's sure the problems will be solved Tubular Joe Robinson Jr. of Gainesville at Fleming Field Wednesday E ANN STODOARD-ALLIGATOR Regional Utilities helps unload pipes for a new water main Diamond Village to get cable with group rate added to rent By DEBBIE CENZIPER AlligatorsWoter Despite a month of conflict between UF mamed housing officials and some frustrated married housing residents, mandatory cable TV will be effective in Diamond Village July 1. Because cable will be installed in all of the 208 apartments in the Diamond Village complex, a bulk rate will lower present cable rates from about $20 to $11 monthly. The bulk rate will eliminate installation fees, hook-up charges and deposits For the same charge, residents also will get two outlets in every apartment. UF's housing division surveyed complex residents twice to ensure a fair and accurate decision based on the opinion of the residents, mid Dug Jones, village community assistant housing director. The results of both surveys were similar, with about 85 percent of the residents in the first survey agreeing to bulk rates and 86 percent agreeing in the second survey. "Results were amazingly the same," Jones said. "We've been responding to the people in the vocal minority, but the overwhelming majority wanted cable." Ile second survey was conducted at the request of some residents who don't want cable and who thought the first survey was inaccurate. Jones said like any change, there is sum to be opposition. Corry Village, another lowoost village complex, is not getting bulk-rate cable because only 60 percent of the residents wanted it and that was not a substantial majority, Jones said. But Diamond Village resident Maria Minno said change or no change, the few people who don't want cable shouldn't be forced into it, especially because cable saluxury, not a necessity Some residents don't even own a television, she said Residents who want a bulk rate either don't realize or don't care that it order to get lower rates, every apartment must have cable, Minno said. Cable costs wil be added to the residents' rent, which is now about $200 a month, and Minno said many people can't afford the added cost. Residents will pay an additional $132 extra each year in rent for cable. Cable proponent Vanessa Salvatore said because the majority of residents want cable, it's only fair to benefit fran bulk rates. Salvatore said she doesn't feel like she's hurling anyone else by reducing her own rate because she's still paying for cable. 'If it's the financial breaking point for some people, I think they have to get a job or look at what they're doing with their money," Salvatore said. But Lebanese student Mariam El-Ghalayini said she, her husband and their -year-old daughter all live on $450 a month and can't afford the added expense. They moved into Diamond Village because the complex is one of UF's cheapest married housing conmmunities. "We're here in America," E-Ghalayii said. "This is a free country. We have free opinions. Nobody should impose something on us." Hunt Club foes may attempt recall By MATTHEW SAUER Alligator Writer The Alachua County Coremission's refusal (o appeal a legal deusion against the Hunt Club IveloImen has (ermnstratrors sidtrg legal Rhito igaist the COLnty iI a I u s[ei imetirg lutsedv iglh, iteitUv corTmisidlners v'nted I nt dey isibn, 4,enmirg the strutlion within 10 days CommisSiner Pe 1 y Wheat cas tie only dissenting vote [he vote was taken without comments front concerned cit zen s after Con,m i s S I I 11 Chairwoman Kate Barnes refused to allow them to speak Demonstrators said they felt their First Amendment rights had been violated and that they are considering legal action "We're working on the feasibility of suing the county,' spokesman Adam loippeal t o. way to contion Kiki Carter, chairwoman of the Coalition to Save Paynes Prairie, was among the onlookers stirprised by (he commission's deci son n111 rt "I expes( appeal, but See fhe day (Itrned In c \lacuLuaCo ler S.id (arier s. '1 expected them to deny the appeal, but I never thought I would see the day when citizens would be denied the right to their say in the Alachua County Commission. -Kiki Carter Coalition to Save Paynes Pralrl chairwomanr Earth Tritt First' said Wednesday 'l.e (American Civil liberties Union) is beingcontacted today about a possible civil rights suit Fntt said demonstrators are trying to decide whether legal action or a recall is more suitable to the situation A spokeswoman from the Alachua County Supervisor of Election's Office said the recall is a two-Step process. Those wishing to initiate recall action must first develop a "grounds for recall" petition and get signatures from 5percent of the county's registered voters. Once the first petition is approved, those behind the petition have 60 days in which to solicit signatures from 15 percent of the county's registered voters. If the second petition is successful, the recall question is put on a countywide ballot in a special elecpealing sue AloW public conenill ted tml io deny he I never thought I would when itu/ens would be right to the av i ho uiiv tom %0111sion,"Ctar id site would cmu to light to block conistruction of the Huni Club, but said she Let the conmission s denial irans the struggle will be difficult 'I think it's unconscionable for them to place this burden on the ciizens," Carter said "Citizen groups will just have to forge ahead without the help of the representatives they elected to serve them" County Attorney IOm Bustin and the I remaining commissioners said private groups have a better chance of apzessfully Ihan local government "The right to appeal is It's not taken away by sian," BustiM said He still there this deciexplained that thecounty'sappeal would have little chance of success because of the poor way planning and zoning was handled for the site The commission voted unanimously to let stand a motion filed by Busti to extend the time for an appeal to be filed Acting Circuit Judge Tom Elwell ruled earlier this month that the 620-unit. 45-acre apartment development next to Paynes Prairie did not violate the county's comprehensive plan. the Hunt Club is the project of Boca Raton developer Martin Hackman, who has said he will wait until the 30-day appeal period is over to begin construction. Hackman is waiting for a surface-water permit to be transferred to him by the St. John's River Water Management District before beginning.

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4. AIJJGAMR THURSDAY, MAY 31, twa ELSEWHERE 2 earthquakes str B UCHAREST, Romania (UPI) -A powerful earthquake centered in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania shook the Balkans and the southwestern Soviet Union Wednesday just hours after another quake rocked northern Peru Tuesday evening The temblor in Romania, measuring between 60 and 7 5 on the Richter scale, tore chunks from buildings in the Romanian capital of Bucharest and sent guests fleeing in terror from a downtown luxury hotel. A police spokesman said at least seven people were killed in Romania, including two in Bucharest, and that more than 103 others were injured throughout the country The quake was felt as far away as Moscow, and rattled buildings in Turkey, Greece, Yugoslavia, Butgaria and Poland The Romanian news agency Rompres said the epicenter was in the Vrancea region ofthe Carpathian Mountains in northeastern Romania The same area was severely damaged by a March 1977 quake that measured 7,3 on the Richter scale and reportedly left at least 1.300 dead Rompres said Wednesday's quake lasted several minutes and was followed by aftershocks Apparently because of damage to communication lines, therewere no immediate detailsofdamageclose to the epicenter In Kishinev, in Soviet Moldavia near the Romanian border, residents reached by telephone reported feel ing two separate shocks within minutes ofeach other Kishinev resident Mikhail Fusu said he had seen windows shattered in buildings and roof tiles were shaken loose from some homes Some trolley buses stopped because the overhead wires that provide their power were torn loose "There was no panic," Tusu said "Everything finished in a minute." Fusu said he had heard no reports of serious Hydrogen CAPE CANAVERAl. (UPI) critical hydrogen fuel line system Columbia's launch at least a we nesday, with engineers hopeful I the ship back to its hangar for Columbia had been scheduled at 12:38 a m. Wednesday, but t hold Tuesday when engineers de of hydrogen gas in the ship's en Technicians initially suspecte an "interface seal" where a 17-in belly of the orbiter. If that turns out to be the c would be forced to haul Columb Assembly Building at the Kenn major repairs, delaying the flight The launch was already two we because of earlier problems. But engineers were hopeful t Bush, Gorba WASHINGTON (UPI) -Th and the altered political landsca center stage Wednesday of a called to move beyond the Cold political and economic cooperati The new Germany loomed a East-West relations as Preside President Mikhail Gorbachev White Housepredicted would be of "frank, penetrating discussion The talks also will give Bush counterpart for the second time learn first-hand about Gorbache worries -in the face of political at home. Gorbachev, who has gone in a being lionized around theworld to is coping with political challenge secessionist movements threaten Union of Soviet Socialist Republi ike within hours damageor injuries in the capital ofthe Soviet republic A report by the Soviet news agency Lass said the quake's epicenter was located at a depth of more than 60 miles In Moscow, some 700 miles to the northeast, the quake forced the evacuation of the U S Embassy The official Pass news agency said the quake was felt across a wide area of the Soviet Union from the Black Sea resort of Sochi in the south to the Russian city of Leningrad in the north. ne news agency said the Carpathian Mountain region of Romania where the quake was centered is a seismically active zone with a history of strong tremors. The U S Geological Survey in Washington said the quake hit at 12 40 p m local time (6.40 a m EDT) with a magnitude of 6.5 and an epicenter about 100 miles north of Bucharest in Romania U S. officials said the U.S Embassy in Bucharest was evacuated there also. The quake in Pern measured at least 6.0 on the Richter scale and was centered in the San Martin area of the Amazon, 450 miles northeast of Uma, the Geophysical Institute said The exact magnitude had not yet been determined At least 33 people in several Andean mountain communmtes died in the quake, disaster officials said Gen Jorge Ferreyros, the nation's civil defense chief, said 17 people died in the district of Solsor, seven in the city of Moyobamba, two in Habana, five in Rioja and two in Nueva Cajamarca More than 20 aftershocks from the quake were felt in the stricken area, the most senous registering 4 8 on the Richter scale, Ferreyrs said. Almost all of the homes in Rioja and Moyabamba were destroyed Mateo Casaverde, chief of the Geophysics Institute, said he did not believe the quake was related to those occurring in Romania and the Balkans leak delays shuttle launch -Fixing a leak in a to fix than at first believed will delay the shuttle "They think it has to be a flex hose that broke or ek, sources said Wedburst or something because the whole system's been hey can avoid hauling leak-checked," said an engineer who requested pairs anonymity. "How does a system that's been leakfor a pre-dawn launch checked suddenly fail so massively? We've never had he flight was put on anything like that," tected a massive leak To find out if the seal was at fault, engineersplanned gine room. to pressurize Columbia's external tank with helium that the leak was in overnight, starting at a level of 2 pounds per square ch fuel line enters the inch and increasing to 9.7 psi As the pressure rises, engineers planned to use special instruments to ase, NASA engineers monitor the seal for leaks. ia back to the Vehicle Columbia's disappointed seven-member crew, edy Space Center for meanwhile, flew back to the Johnson Space Center in t three weeks or so. Houston to await developments. eks behind schedule But engineers were not expected to begin tracing the leak until overnight Wednesday and no decisions he leak will be easier on a course of action were expected before Tursday. chev ready for second meeting e future of Germany Theseventh U.S.-Sovietsummitin4 1/2yearsopens pe of Europe were at Thursday to full military honors on the south lawn of superpower summit the White House, with agreements on arms control, War to a new era of economics, cultural matters and the environment on. readied as proof of progress. S the pivot point of On the eve of the talks, U.S. officials asserted the nt Bush and Soviet real measure of success will lie not in what is signed braced for what the in public but what is said in private as Bush and more than three days Gorbachev wrestle with the uncertainties of a changs." ing world order. meeting his Soviet The challenge, said White House press secretary the opportunity to Marlin Fitzwater, Is to bring stability and certainty to v's intentions -and that process" even as the superpowers are forced to nd economic turmoil reassess their roles and traditional sources of influence in Europe. ix month's time from The future of Germany will be discussed but not anembattledleader, decided, Fitzwater said in a bid to dispel the notion of s, food shortages and a summit deal that would persuade Gorbachev to drop ing the fabric of the his opposition to seeing Germany remain a lull momCs, her of NATO if it unifies. "Nobody needs me anymore!" 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THURSDAY, MAY31, 1990, AILJGATI 5 Preview introduces freshmen to UF By MELISSA SEGEL Alligator Wnter More than 3,000 incoming freshmen will visit campus this summer for the 32nd annual Preview, UFs orientation and regitration program. "Preview is one of the best freshman orientation programs in the country," Assistant Dean for Student Services Mary Carnegie said. As Preview director, Carnegie oversees the six sess-ons of Preview I and the 15 sessions of Preview 2 Preview I prepares freshmen for Summer B and Preview 2 prepares them for the Fall semester Carnegie said she expects about 160 students for each session of the two-day program Although the main purpose of Preview is to help students plan and submit their schedules, the program also provides useful information for the new students and their parents, she said The 21-member Preview staff provides a full day of activities, from a one-hour tour of campus to skits on campus activities Other Preview programs provide information about upperdivision requirements, campus safety and dormitories. "It affords the student the opportunity of eliminating some of the fears she has when she first walksoncampus" said Dick Katz, UF alumnus and father of incoming freshman Jana Katz Katz said be was pleased with the upper-division forums, which provided information on requirements for the different colleges. Katz said the academic advisement this year was better than it was three years ago when he attended Preview with his son Brian, now a UF senior Naomi Lee, coordinating adviser for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, said she attributes this to more training for the advisers and more time to work with the students individually. Student Director Dana Draper said she chow the other 20 staff members from a pool of 160 applicants based on their personality, speaking skills, sincerity and motivation. All staff members are UF students, Robert George, a UF junior on the Preview staff, leads a Preview Plaza of the America. Tuesday. Staff member Joe Lang said after spending so much time together, the staff became a "closeknit family." "It seems very organized They make you feel like you want to go here," said Marvin Botwinik, fatherofincoming freshman Steven Botwinik In addition to providing information. Preview staff members also host nighttime activities such WHSY PAG-A.LILAiUR group under the limbo bar on the as volleyball and tnps to local restaurants "Preview is a fun and informative way to get to know the umver"ity an d to make the transition here easier," Draper said. Cancer group to raffle cars By DANA GROOTNBOER Alligator Writer For $100 you could be driving a Porsche or BMW. Stop! Children's Cancer, a local fund-raising organization, is giving away one of the cars at a gala party Saturday at 6 p.m. at the O'Connell Center. For $100, two people can gain admission to the gala and have a chance at winning either a Porsche 911 Carrera 2 or a BMW 750iL Howard G. Freeman, president of Stop!, said the cars will be given away in a reverse drawing where the last ticket drawn is the winner. Northgate Motorcars Inc. donated the cars at cost to the event. Second prize is a cellular phone donated by Alltel Mobile, he said. Freeman and his wife started the organiza don in 1982, after their daughter Bonnie died CHOPPER from page 1 The assembly made its recommendation after listening to members of a neighborhood group who said the number of helicopters could increase in the future and be noisy as they flew over nearby neighborhoods. Residents also argued that the helicopters could crash in a neighborhood. of leukemia. Since then, thegrouphas raised over $1 million, he said. The profits from the gala will go to cancer prevention and research programs, he said "We hope to reach mome major breakthroughs in cancer research," Freeman said. "Our goal is to net $50,000 after costs." The event a will feature a rhythm-and' blues; band. Stewarts Catering and Can Palermo will cater, Freeman said. Tickets will be sold at the door from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday. Until then, they can be purchased at Gainesville Health and Fitness Center on University Avenue. Freeman said the doors will open at 6 and the drawing will begin at 7. Students can help by buying tickets or by volunteering to work at the party. People are needed to tend bar, draw names, greet and sign in guests. For information, call 377-2622 Danny Shelton, representing the athletic association, said only seven or eight helicopters land there each year and none of them have caused any problems for the past 14 years. "Some of the accusations made were exaggerated," Shelton said. The athletic association decided to approach the planning assembly after learning it needed a permit from the state's Department of UF appoints Schaffer to new role By RONALD DUPONT JR. Aligator writer Gerald Schaffer, a 24-year UF veteran. has been named Administrative Affairs vicepresident, making him responsible for more than 800 buildings and 1,500 people in 10 major UP divisions. Schaffer, who served as the department's interim vice president for more than a year, was chosen for the job after UF conducted a national search. He replaces William Elmore. who died May 21. 1989. "Now I plan to do a little long-range planning and will continue to be very serviceoriented," Schaffer said Wednesday. As Administrative Affairs vice president, Schaffer is UF's chief fiscal and business officer, as well as a business adviser to UF President John Lombardi. In a written statement released WednesTransportation to land helicopters on campus. The association received a temporary permit during the 1989 football season but must apply for a permanent permit by mid-June. Shelton said he wanted to get the support of the planning assembly, but still will go to the DOTwithout it. If the DOT does grant a permit, only UF President John Lombardi has the power to bar the helicop day, Lombardi said he chose Schaffer because of his vast experience from working at UF. "His knowledge of the complexities of our campus, his excellent experience as a business and fiscal manager and his understanding of the importance of providing strong administrative support to the teaching, research and service missions of the university all contributed to his selection," Lombardi said. Schaffer first came to UF in 1964 as a junior accountanL In 1971. he was moved to the Administrative Affairs office as assistant to the vice presidentand was named assistant vice president seven years later. La 1981, he was named associate vice president. The University of Tampa graduate described himself as a person who allows others ence ters from campus Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger, who works under Lombardi, has said he supports the athletic association's proposal. Tom Rider, representing the Community Park Neighborhood Association, said helicopter use by alumni and media was trivial He said the neighborhoods just north of campus were already suffering enough from the thousands of peoto do their jobs with little interferpie filtering through the area during football games and didn't need the noise of helicopters flying overhead "It really is more than one can bear,'" Rider said. "Once you give these people a license, they will make greater use of it After hearing these comments, Shelton shook his head and said the field can only hold four helicopters at a time. Gainesville sharks check out The Alligator for eating places. A e ispO A dvertsing 6-4482 a

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AY. MAY 3, 10 OPINIONS It's mid term time again for UF students and that means there are three weeks left before summer break. It's also time for a politically saturated Darts & laurels DART to Alachua County Commission Chairwoman Kate Barnes and the three other commissioners who voted not to appeal a legal decision against the proposed Hunt Club apartment complex without first allowing concerned citizens to speak As representatives, the commission's mandate is to listen to and serve its constituency. The commission's action angered opponents to the point where they are considering legal action against the county. Some are considering recall as an option. A warning to the commission about recalls: The recall process was used to get Cedar Key Mayor-Commissioner Frances Nesbitt out of office in 1987. We believe commissioners who aren't sensitive to their constituents should face the consequences of their actions -or inactions. Local government was formed on the town meeting model. Obviously, a county of more than 175,000 people cannot listen to each voice on each issue. But to vote on such a volatile issue without even hearing one voice is absurd. Face the music commissioners -5 percent of your voters can initiate the recall process. LAUREL to student politicians for forgetting their petty personal conflicts and pulling together behind guber natorial candidate Lawton Chiles. Student Body President Michael Browne, his opponent in the Student Government election, Juan Vitali, Browne's education executive director Randy Shanafelt and Florida Blue Key President Kelley Geraghty make up the core of Students for Chiles. We think it's nice to see student leaders put personal biases aside and work together for Florida's biggest concerns -education and the environment. The group started about five weeks ago and it is active in starting other student chapters across the state. DART to freshman Gainesville City Commissioner Tom McKnew for not following through on a promise to open lines of communication with students. On the night he was elected, March 27, McKnew promised he would stay in touch with students by working with student candidate Michael Murphy and writing columns for The Alligator, stating his policies and asking for student input. McKnew was sworn into office May 17, seven weeks after he was elected. It has now been two weeks since he officially became a commissioner and we haven't heard word one from him about a column. We thought we'd give him some time to get used to the job but 14 days is long enough. We're starting to wonder if he was sincere about keeping in touch with student concerns or if he was just saying that to get students to vote for him in a close election. alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Tracy Burlingame Opinions Editor M.D. Cumella Litflrs Policy Leasso to VVe editr *Ou. not Mce.d 200 woabs out one ayO p.e) Thry sho.u e yed, doukiw.cid and Sg. te should Milude a tfled ne adaress a-x Itar number Narnes will be withheld iN in. writer shows just cauft If you he any jstins call th edhicril *fte '' "dhF at 37O-"S8 Sexism entrenched in state laws just when I thought traditional, sexist stereotypes had been eliminated, I received a sobering slap in the face from the oddest of perpetrators. While in Pennsylvania last week, my University of Pittsburgh-based cousin and I shared typical college anecdotes about boyfriends and soronties. My cousin seemed amazed when I described how most UF soronties have plantation-like houses lining Panhellenic Drive Although soronties don't have wild parties like fraternities do, soronty houses serve as a base for hundreds of girls who are away from home She seemed surprised and explained that sororities aren't allowed, by law, to have sort houses because Pennsylvania considers them whorehouses You read this right--WHOREHOUSES. I couldn't believe it By applying a seemingly simple. yet much outdated law to sororities, they have negated all women's past accomplishments. According to their outrageous views, any house that sleps a bunch of girls obviously harbors nothing more than cheap sex. Or, officials believe it may appear that way. I don't know which is worse. A sorority is a bond between women who have similar goals, just like fraternities, the Black Student Union, the football team and the chess club. Clubs promote common ambitions and allow socialization between people who have similar interests. But Pennsylvania officials, mirronng society's con sistent attitudes toward women, have once again linked women to sexual prowess. *"mmuu UF overlooks student for job Editor: I went on a job interview today, and to be frank, it was a waste of my time From the moment I walked through the door, I knew I did not stand a chance. I am afflicted with the worst of all possible stigmas to have in Gainesville -that of the student Because of my desire to get an education, I am seen as lazy, unmotivated and unable to understand the concept of confidentiality. I was unworthy, not because of a lack of skills, but an excess of ambition. People like me graduate and move on. Today I was not even considered at all, The title STUDENT f+ Debbue Cenziper E Y PERSPECTIVE It's outrageous to think that a sorority house where women live, learn and grow can possibly be equated with a whorehouse That's like viewing blacks as slaves. Germans as Nazis and homosexuals as freaks. Reinforcing antiquated attitudes and refusing change is dangerous business. Pennsylvania isa conservative state where Quaker like, antiabortion, religious overtones still abound But states must change with society People change and the laws need to change along with them (especially the warped and ludicrous ones). Women -whores -stereontypes -SEXISM How disgusting. Stereotypes are unfair and often inac curate Labeling one another only further divides us and avoiding change stifles advancement Sexism is not a women-vs-men war Its a battle that needs to be fought on both sides. No one ever will be equal until changes am made and sexist attitudes are eliminated. Snuffy, detached Pennsylvania officials obviously still consider women sexual objects instead of seekers of education and friendship. And that's more than just a slap in the face, it's an affront to women everywhere Debbre Cenziper is an Alligator reporter hso coven the UF administration. was too much of a burden to carry while applying for a UF job I was rejected by the very department in which I plan to major. Iam not only unemployed but puzzled by my situation. In order to be something in the future, I am seen as nothing in the present. Hillary Brooks 2UF Walk for Life became a protest Editor: Tis letter is in response to the so-called "Walk for Life" ar. ticle on May 22 Lois Anne 0'. Malley, Gainesville's Right to Ufe director, stated that the walk, "was not an anti-abortion demonstration." Then why were about 500 people carrying signs that read, "Chooase life. Abortion Kills?" This discrepancy continued with Amy Wellborn-Viniig's statement, -..people have to stand up for the children." I agree with her statement fully. Someone should be helping victims of child abuse. My hope is for those who feel a need to control women's lives and restnct women's rights to abortion to see the facts concerning this process. No one thinks that an act of abortion is a wonderful event If you don'tpersonally think it's right, then don't have one But for the majority of U.S. women who feel it is their right to do so, let them keep that right If not, the world will continue to spill over with unwanted children. MhSeille I. Faster Vl@.l hSflent, UF C8101 g.9c'pat &ta~~ I; 1 SetiloTt ephicit ~ytsts ie1I "o ou albr hM~ ut sf -V 2) '/ >1 4'

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THiURSDAY, MAY 31, ]9. AIlIGATOR. 7 BUY IT. SELL IT Iligator Iassif Ieds J When will your ad run? Classifieds 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 tire and be cancelled at any time Sorry, but there can be no refunds for cancelled ads FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED odr/ k/ Ilving nm privIledge most util pd. summer 13611m, tell las/mo. bd4Ke apt 1740 NW 3rd 11 To applyl info 372 22841 371-4243 8-20-25-1 Room availableMarchwood fail A spring and/or rext summer Fully furnshed mico,r wash/drer $240/mo $150 de POSit Craig 335-0145 6-12 8 1 Lg 2 BR apt nearly furnished No pals, parIliaenent to UF & down town $275 $285 mo 376 5957 5 3 4 1 Private entrance nice br, kitchen & living rn prvoledges, most uil paid, summer $145, fail $165/mo. 372-2284 5-20-23 1 2 room. for $150-$100 + 1/4 until avail June 1, wash/dry, nw homeclose to UF. 335 2691 6-7-4 1 Students only Studio $200 1 BR $225 turn and part turn Some with all utilitIes 373-563 SAM to 10PM 6-7-4 1 I bdr in a 3 bdr house, 1 60/mo uil 375-8329 6-12 4-1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk to Santa FE CC, BOfR $270 5280, 2 BOR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec Plus LA Pool, laundry, no cats Cr dOJS Santa E Tac AptS 378'I'0. -20-25 Available now, SW 21r apt, porch cell Ing fans, dishwasher, cent 4/A, ne bus, $375. including water. 373w0701 -I i Classifications 1 For RentFumshed 2 For Rent -Unfurnished M bie Homes For RentSale 4 Sublease House/Apt. S Roommates 6 For Sale 7 Real Estate a Motorcycles 9 Autos 10 Wanted 11 Services 12 TypIng Services 13 Help Wanted 14 Business Personals 15 Personals 16 Connections 17 Notices 18 Rides 19 Pets 20 Lost & Found Oak Glade Apis Near UF & VA quiet washer/dryer available in most units for $20 mo Cats Allowed B 2B I &2 Bath $250 $350, sec & Irt 372 6422 8 20 25-2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $263/MO LYONS APT 4000 SW 20TH AV 37747? INC REDIBLE Effleiency Apt Starting at Sas Starting at $235 2 Bedroom MEADOWCREST 379-3988 375-S1 'Check Our New SPeal All Ameniles Available FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommates Available Were No 1 REGENCY OAKS 378 5766 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373-4500 2001 SW feh Street 0 20 25-2 In The Pines Spacious 1 2 & 3 Bedroom Apariment & ToirhOises Convenient to Uf/Shand 2 pools tennis r wa room' sunal laundry rOms Ask about 3 bdr specIals $400 off 373-3371 205 SE 16th Ave 1/2 mile east ol Main St M-F 9Sat 10-5. Sun 12-4 FOR RENT: UNFURN. Avall now 2bd/ I ba spacious clean $3/0.ao 336 1908 p 5 31 6 2 in Miii Run Quie Take over'ease TV msg I bIclore 5 Viage West Outel bd on cuT do Sac I story no nois, neighbors above' 00 NW 18 Ave (Take 9 S! N roam 16 Are I 3?1 1 IS 14 5 2 H$ge 2bd 2 bh S 1 bd s Bel Air 636 NW 26 Ave Spacous rounds magple en oaks 371 7777 6145? Three Oaks 3 bd 2 biT JusT 3 T>'ks N o' LF, very vory ice 414 NW 14 ST CO i Lego Park Properties 371 7777 6 14 5 2 THE TOWERS" Soar aboul the mundane See UF from pri valebalcony, newly crno voted I bdrlS 207 NW 17th sT 371 7772 6 14 5 2 Center Court very nice 2 bd walkno d's ance to UF 1 40 NW 11 Ave Dish washer cent air Of re 41 NW 15th sI 371 7777 6 14 5 2 WrOdmaadow Api /2 ba $490' Hd avail Alug 335 7852 lv mes sage 6 14 8 2 A clean 2br idea for eaupIes'serioAs Stij dents 5290r'o 'ed water A garbage 4013 NW 12th ter Apt 6 Call 378 74s8 o 376 8663 0 19 a 2 J How to place a classified ad: In Person ,an 0l-14 Mr V/ISA Ile A C Or 001i, '05 W un v.ey Ae M 5 1' 1 30 pO Relic Union Cas-r Once M F 9 am 9 pr Sa & Sun Closed sMn5 (corg S-ands M IBn 4,') n By Mail Jrs. rets ,i70 r-q Wh-olly 'e A ii' Sort no Cr, fy -dMC ISA or cecKs o"' By Phone 373-FINDaritr by V/ISA o' Maycreard CellI IF 500 Pf~i -, ,lL M 1 ,p I 'J How to correct or cancel your ad: Cancellations Cal' 373 1-IND Mor 8 Ip No retunds can be given Alligator errors Ci''-k yor it ',O F IRS IT Toy T' C., J 3 TIND w1r, UV cor Pcoms 0, io,, noon FHE AllGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLL kOR THE FeIlS DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Car reC'ed ads III ee oxterOe Ore day No eIunds or c re is car, preg vr a'er placing the ad barges ca ed r ater the Ir, day wll ,of be comperI saied Customer error or changes. Correcito,s mi Fe made I person a The Alligator oice BEFORE NOON There will be a $2 00 correction ted FOR RENT: UNFURN. Casablanca West. 2735 SW 35 P 2 A3 or $475665 372 8837 1 5 daily Greenwich Green & other rentals avail Call orl 8100 6-5 4-2 Lg 2bdr/1iba apI acl laundry. ceiling fan $325/mo w/new carpet $340 avail now a Aug 2023 SW 37th Way 375 7906 6 7 42 Need Roommate Now wvi oplion for fall 4 blks from UF 2br/n 1/2 be own room pool convenient 1oc mostly furn $.,S Chris 377 5795 8-7-4-2 $175 aludi $190 1 BID $2992 8D SUMMER SPECIALI Get em whle HOTP Walk toUF l POOL 371 0769 $ 52 Students only Studio $200 BE $225 urn and part ftrn Some with all utililes 373-5663 1AM to 10PM 6-7 4-2 SW VILLAS Available now, large 1 BR with walk-in closet, barbeque, some utilities paid $240) TUMBLING CREEK Bik, to carmou from This I BR balcony apartment, us I parted. coi laundry dishwash'er $275 PHOENIX Upstairs 2 OR apartment. hookups in, mnI', carpet $310 SUSARFOOT OAKS Incredible bargain. 2BR/ 1/2 BA. breakfast bar dishwasher, hook-ups, some u1ilties paid 5325 SOUTNWOOO Like new Spacious 2 SA/I 12BA,deck With privacy fence,hook-ups $400 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Summer 8 -OeptIn ftr Fll -an be. room In nles hese In NW area. Wood fliers, telling fans, ho yard, 10 min walk to UF. $156 1/4 utIt Call 37fSublet a room. Windmeodgws Apt Summer B II July 31. $200 mo + 114 til call 0Se ge12-8-4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Sublet rm summer B 135 me I l14 Huge 4 bd/2 b lurn he AIC wash 5 1 m n bike o UF 376 776a6 b5 uni dry 4 4 FABULOUS One bdrna apt hardwood loors curved wall light blue kitchen and bath Ie Be fhild Norman Halt MusI see $245/m wfall on' 378 2803 5 31 3 Sublease av.I May Aug Towne Parc apIs Fully furn 4 bdrs avail Only $1 to .I or $350 for all Call 336 4705 ad IV tess Aval imned 8 5 3 4 Sublease fully ron Tenhs Own bedrooms, for surinme, a b, or c Mill Run $200'mo Cali 335 4254 S 31 2 4 OXFORD MANOR FREE May Rent' Name Price' Own im A bin Cali Werdy 338-0930 6 5 3 4 SUBLET 2bdfl ba alt End of Juno Au0 Just 2 Blocks ronm UF Cati 336 891 6-7-4 4 MUST SUBLE T I r apt Avail Jun Is! thru Aug I1th w/f"l 1apt Call335 2813& ty mase 5 31 4 5 ROOMMATES Rmot Summer B F N/S, no pets OxfCed Manor, turn private bar) be u ,I Jco $350 for 6 wks, Call LeAnne 013 531 0199 6-14 10 5 Responsible n/s fom needed lo, own or & Call ba in new 3 bd/ 2 be mobile home, acu rity Sys, quiet area Avail al rOn Te 335-5240 6 19 I-S MARCHWOOD rmte to share lwnhme Own cry hn washdry, pool No Pes 200 .1 /3 Lu Call Heather 335 1460 5 31 5-5 Casablanca on pool Ow, room $145mo i/ W/2 males Wash/dry, part turn shed Calf Julian 338 0373 or Mark 336 1581 F rmmi needed 'or bd/ ba turn condo by Oaks Mall Washidry, security system $200/mo a split electricity 335-4298 a Need M/F N S A M to sub for summer, own room, 4 bed, 2 bath, house cent air W 0 5 men walk I U F campus 40/rn + 1/4 Utill call anylime 377-7916 5 31 4 5 F rmmt wanted tor Afa, own bdr I bath $to0/mo obo, cad 336-4367 5-31 5 n/armmllorsummer fall.ownibedroom n 26/tb apt $145 mo .1/2 ul I block front Norman I all call for more inc 3737075 5 31 45 Roommate needed. for June and July 1020 SW 8th Ave. 150 util neg call 375-S127 or 374 7060 and leave mes for Frank 5 31 4 5 MjF, for 4bdri2 be hle 2 blk. irom campus own bi/ba w/d i/S util $230/no or $140/mtes for 2, 335-1356 5 31 4 5 I s 2 MAY RENT FREE Female rOommate needed for 3bd/ house Closeto campus Dep$100 Anaat375 1477 53l-45 ith i Call Live in the country Wi your horse NIS F muent to share 3/2 on S acres/S mi west otOaksMall Cent airtheal, riding arena, raIls avail July 1 $170/mo 1/3 uil 4724024 65-5-5 A clean, atIrectIwe room in large upsairs apt 1 sm 17 utl do postl ease No pals 405 9024 5 31 4-S 00 @LOOK 02 mas avail in big 3 bdr house Jacui, ened yd, study Paty OLt $150O .mo, split uil 338 Share luxury lakerant condo near UF, Shands. $350/mo + 1/2 ucI IncI weekly maid Saervic. 376-7720 IV message 5 ***NEED MiF N/S*** Own Room In a 4batba aome Near the Oaks Mal Avail June t -Call Johnny 332-87k 5-3143-5 ROOMMATES ? rooms far $150 $180 -I ul I av a, Jne I washidry nwhome close 10 IF 335 2891 6 7 4 5 Tmee needed o share 2bd/1 ba 130 mO .112 ub1 Ask for Jim 335 4644 6 7 4 5 Looking for a feem non smoker who is quie[ and very studious for fall and sporg In Rocky Pon 2 bed 2 bath balcony, entire pond view, no pes' Call soon tor.e 335 7449 22000 acmonth 7 4-S OXFORD MANOR NSF wanted aamor P iun own roor bain washer dryornego ab 0 rent .1 2 ul ilies Call 3/3 7504 6 4 S A F own ,oo ,n 4 BAR houe 2 blacks to camOus $141 A o I's utis carport wood lear lireplace 336 0597 Is eOs sage 5 31 2 5 FALL Spyglass I rnln needed IS F to, own bd/ba in 31bdrba Near pool/ion 1 s Call Mchael at 335 8304 5-31 2 5 Need rr NOW In Spyglass wash/dry owner bedibalh 224 mo I deposit Call and leave message 335 S742 6535 M V I S own room I odr dra ouse $'50 me i. 1 I fail 0p''r 338 858 NS MIF 'o2bdr ap1 d ks romiiac wd fire lots of windows $140 ,1 2 biI visit 307 NW 1Ah Terr or call 375 6186 5 31 2 5 Roommate wanted 2 BR 2 1/2 Bath wasner dryer fans 200 par month and dopASit Nonsmoker No pals 336 3889 6 1 5 5 F postbac stude se S same rmmI for FALL W I relocate Prefer clean NS 375 8858 6 7 3 5 Need UP rent -a share 2 bd' t 2 bath har 7 .90 $250 m 1 2 uni PI Cable Pts our I ease a dog Call 336 6522 6 7 3 5 F NS tor own rm in 2 but be rse 1,2 bk form UF 1172 1,2 Sum B Jul 9t Fun naighborhoodl Jr/sr ptr 371 0190 6 7 Cool liberal rim for own room In house 2 blockS 10 or $170/Im & t/3 utl should like smokers cats & music 376 1274 at[ Spn 8 5 2-S Roommates Wanled Now 10 spI $350/mo duplex plus ut 11e10s Washer'dryor in cludedi 332 871 2243 SW 70 Trr No pets 621 75 F rmmi needed for own room wha lor $175 or own room share bath $150 in nice NW ho',myew/rencedy d Ava.n ni call 373 7529 6 7 3 5 NIS for own room in star SW house wed lanced yard 5 Fmin UiShard $135 .1 uil 336 f914 6 54 5 OWN RO0MO $156 25,mo bul neg 1/4 ulilities avail summer andor fall, F/N/S call 336 3834 6 7 5 5 N/S Amme wanted Own room lully lurn beautifijI apt ye' ppatiol&more' $300 'mcI rent, 6ec, & turn Picaud' ly Apis Call Richard @ 335-5584 6 7 5 5 MILL RUN N/S mmit for own room needed for Fall Furn with wa/dry $21S/mo + 12 util Call Tim at 335 5457 Envr-conscious MF 4 huge rm in big 19205 houseI she to USE Wood ibeors sue decks Sun, Bon$150 .it4 uti1 das 373-9145 6 7 4 S Quiet. n/s rrmmT wanted for turn apt near law $ch (Cameul) 0/o Call John 376 SIN6 01e 8-14-6-5 Werewolf for sal.? Polar Bear? Dust Sunny well, probably not -but you car find good homes to, your other furry friends In the Pats classified section Clagiu leds., Continued on next page. El FIND IT. 373-FIND Wa Mmii Run,SW2Ave 2brfrom$375 336 7668, 1 5 do' ly

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8 AUGATOR, THURSDAY. MAY 31, 1990 6 FOR SALE TYPESETTER Varitypor 5410 2 Disk drives 2 fim casseres 2 film carnrersi Factory recondIonhed unused in past 2 yrs Perfect tor small typesetiing Jobs Good machine For smalI rype shop Sys TOm includes 3 rolls 6 in RC tir 8 6 ion disks 53,500 00 Call The Aligator at 3;3 9926 for more info Alpins, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more brands re all at our New Locationt Car Stereo Specialist. 3215 NW 13 SI 3722070 8 20 25 6 MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376 1146 Editor's choice CorpuAdd Norihgale H P Price same or lower Than mail order Systems below include Imb 40mb (20at) graphics monitor, MC 286i12 S119S, Packard flail $1295 MC 30s1 Sl495, Norrhgate 386/20 52399 PB 286 laptop w hd & battery $1999 CompuAdd 810 v/ 20mb A graph lCs monitor $970 1 & 3 year waranlies Onseie warrant s Panadsonic 1180 printer $185 HP Laser Jet Ilp $1049 3743 W University Aye 8 9 25-6 GREAT DEAL' Tk wood dosk/c'air and bookshelves w/ bottom cabinet $20 or both for $401 Call 372 8560 5-31 5-6 HP PAINIJET PRINTED. loss than One year old, 5750 obo 392 1633 5 31 5-6 FUTON & FRAME From only $200/set Call Al 373 3127 or Matt 377 5650 6-7 7 6 Crimestooper Car Alarms. K-40 Radar Doectors Sherwood. Sansui. Sony, Orion Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo We Beat All Prices 373 3754 8 9 24 6 Sa *Whito beach cruiser***** Like new real condition Call Rosemary at 335 2724 leave message $95 TOO 5 31 4 6 Handeralted wooden birdeeders Differ ent sizes available $5 to $15 each Free seed wIth the hr two sold Call J R between 7 pm and T0 pm 375 1935 6 5 7 Microwave like new and five peed bender For sale $tCO for The pair ofafers coradered) call 377 3441 anytime 65 5 a Moving sale' Take your pick full size soft bed w/d. study desk. & swing machino in wooden cabinet w/chsir 338 8661 Kevi Iv mess 5-31 4-6 286 COMPUTER 12 aph, 49 MS harddrivs, 5 114 end 3 112 floppy drives 14" VGA color monitor,1 yrwar, 008 .3. Microsoft Works Dos Shel Only 1725 ELITE 3351300 6-21-10-6 Safari Audio is Gainesvillesa newest & fin .at in car audio, cellular & security Custom installation & repairs 336 1125 a-21-10-f WORD PERFECT 5.1 Student/Fecully Price $135 Call ELITE 335-1300. 7-3-10-6 Oueen sofa bed. $200, traded pauinigs, make offer. moving 378-7470 5-31 3 8 Must Sell Immediately plane ticket to Boaron oneway 570 and couch for $60 call nohts 336-7732 Full size bed and fram,. one yr old, good conditon $75 Call 378 0584 5 31-3-6 CAP ALARMS installed remote control any car truck of van fully guaranteed will demo Call 336-0' 03 student IV message 5-20-21Pair ot Mustang GT seats, these seats are out of an 89 and are new Red wadl thigh support & power Lumbar $450 obo CaRl Vince 335-4548 6 5-342Connaelly trick ski Trick rope Med women's whtsu'i 373-9589 5-12-4 6 Furniture 4 Sale Excelient coridilion I couch, leather chair coffee table, etc Call now leave message 335-3780 Prices negoc 6-21-7-6 For Sale Dorm Size Rflridgeraer good cond Call 376-4180 or 365-003 and leave message 6-5-2.6 JVC pull-out stereo, speakers 5150 obo. also answering machinealmost new $60 Call 335-130 Iv mess 67-3-6 ,Upgrad. your home speakers ncel 0n1 pair of fler@-elanding AL speakers Paid $425 Got these Sor $50 Ilem S3S-640 FOR SALE Moving must selli Beige couch in great cond desk 2 smAdil dressers A 2 Twin/hide away beds Caii 375-2 18 aller 4 6 14 8 6 Queen waTerbed wi okcase and mirror headboard etc cld $175 000 336 208 53 6 LOTUSI 0 SPEED gold wblua lim Sun tour components, very good condition St120 CallDrewp a3000 6 S3 6 Sony CDX A 10 diS kocky diskchnarger holds 10 eds $350 Also 2 Collins 10' Bazokas subollers $250 Call Vince 335 4S40 5-5 3 6 SONY portable cd player for carhone 0 180K Only 3 months old $185 RCA 8r b/w Iv can plug into car $85 Call Chuck 372 0184 5 31 2 6 Molionfless Waterbed 5125 obo greal con dipon call Debbie 360580 5-5 3 6 I HAVE TERRIFIC grades thanks to my great office desk $75-obo andcomy chair $10 Oak dresser $80 Obo Call 373 0595 6-5 3 0 For Sal, 2 beds inc box frame $25 obo Desk $20 Copo Call Al 377 2793 leave message 6-125 6 Desk FREE, wall unit set $10 dbl bed $100 nag Moving Wed May 30 Call 371 493Lv mo 6 29 1 6 Must sell Hand fed CowLsres 1 dusky I peachtlront accessories Very tame 335 2922 ask for Karen $450 6 5 3SALE'm LoveseaR $90 Twin bed $80 1 speed Pike $60, color V19 n $80, Al in great shape call 335 9248 6-7 4 6 7 REAL ESTATE Duplex for sale 2 bed 1 1/2 bath Phoenix close to campus, fult kitchens, call Larry or Nina 371-8141 or 1 800-654544 0-24-7 7 Rockwood Vilas Zbd/2ba + sludy close to UF, Shands and the Mall, excel cond. assumable Morigage $49,900 373-1147 5-31-8-7 Assumable 8 If2 % Only $3T0/mo pai Adorable & spacious 1 br wl loft. ceiling fan, sky light, laundry room, storage. 8 2 decks, beautiful landscaping W/ lots Dogwood. & Azeleas Evejwkend 374-4923 or 376-4703 6 S 3-7 2b/2b in Brandywine Fully furnished Nothing down Mortgage assumable Im Trediately available Call 372-1152. IV Mesg 6.7-3 7 8 MOTORCYCLES 1980 Honda C875OF supersport good condition w/ 2 helmets & cover, new chain & sprockets & rear ire $600 374-3001 1988 Red Honda Spree great condition. 1100 mibs, ust tuned up $450/obo Call Tracey 335-7808or 378 7186 Lv misige 81 JAWA X25 moped for sale, call or leave message for John 336-4048 5-31 1987 Suzuki GS450L. low miles clean. 6thgear overdrive Good condition, must see Asking $1200, call 377-2263 Iva miesige 5-0-S 1980 Suzuki G5550L Low mileage Run. and looks great Ini KG carrying case I Iwo helmets Ask,' $595. 3329240 6 5-5-8 GS4500A 1982 Suzuki motorcycle Great shapelow allec Like newmany extras $1400 Call 377-7543 8-22-7-8 Orange and Blue Insurance now covers motorcycleal Low rates. low payments. safe rider discounts, tast drivehi Service 377 2277 0-21 --6 1906 Honda Elite 50 toy sale Great for getting around on campus. great cond helmet & iplotsr $00, Call anytiM 3369422 5-31 -3-8 HONDA ELITE @0cc why wait when you can ride? ONLY $500 call MIKE 373-0732 Iv mag 6-5-3-8 For ais: Von, just "I"lw. IV. me"g. 1006 Ninja 250. Great cedituned-up. Oreinal caet 8 2 Asking 81400. Call $35-2749 5-31 -2-6 9 AUTOS 1988 Chevy rog 5 7 fer, automatic Fully loaded, 2600 mI asking Si1 500 375 1265 or 373-1147 5 31 6-9 79 FIrebird, 403 a/c, pw case custom pain mae $1700 472 2534 Or 472 2072 5 31 5 9 968 Volvo 22S wagon Rebuiltengne, great condition inside and our, roof rack White W/ red int A cool classic $900 338 0610 8 5 5 9 Gov seized cars, trucks TVs etc Con Oiscated in drug raids Great dealse Call 372 0498 ext S-2 bew 6-Spm Man Wed 5-31 4 9 SUZUKI SAMURAI 87 soft top Perlec condition Must seal Call 375 0394 6 5 59 Jeep CJ7 Laredo 80, motor 62 Black, Hardtop. Bikmitop $2950, Graduating student Call Now 376 6141 Albert 6 7 5-9 ORANGE AND BLUE INSURANCE low rates low payments fast drive thru seo vice, to habla espanol 377-2277 377 CARS We care 6 12 8 9 1977 CHEVY MALIBU very clean looks good runs great new lives Stereo Vmusic see call Mike 373 0732 l m en 0-5 3 9 77 Honda Civic, 5 spd 2 door amifm equalizer reliable, looks 6 runs good $000 for quick sale 373-3512 6 T2 4 9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOLO Coms, Class Rings ETC Top $ or trade Ozzie s Fine Jewelry 373-9243 8 20 25 10 College night at Allay Katz Every Wed erom pclomsig taper studentincdes untinted bowling, shoes, mini golf & a hot dog or pretzel w/ a med soda Don i misa itt 6-7-5 10 Will pay doRlars for one answered CHUA 2048 Lab Manual Call after 5 00 378 7515 8-7-3-10 Int tennis player seeks same for practice 2x/wk 375-6850 6 5-2 10 1 1 SERVICES NW Mini storage at -75 & NW 39th Ave .er Oaks Mall ar*xe S to 10 X20 from $20, 10% disc Wo students 332-,8917 BBREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233NW lm Av 372-1684 MCVISA/Insurance Free Pregnancy Test Nadonal Abortion Federalon SERVICES S xUALLV TRANSMIT TED DISEASE 7 Get confident iap trring and realmsn at PLANNED PARFNrHOOD 3t7 0881 0 20 25 I ** GATOR MOVING ** Full Serv MoviStorageoPackil I itemaHs Full Daisies Long dig lic/Ins Harry'Bi' 374 4791 8 20 25 11 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSF FARM O sons boarding woodsor aciities hay rides parTIes rales working sudens accepted 466 32Z4 375 8080 8 20 25 11 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Accepting new ls emerge Adul cleaning $30 child $20 (4 Wind Tee $325 3) Witd tee $250 (2) Wisd tee S200 Nitrous Okrae Accept MC. 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Florida Book Store 1614 W Univ Ave 5-31-3-13 Great opportunity lor student who loves kids Professional couple seeks students for babysiting & igt housekeeping part Time Warm Triendly environment near UF $4/hr need own car Apply al Florida Book Store 1614W Univ Ave 531-3 13 ADVERTISING CLASSIFIED Learn about theexciting world of Newspa per Immediale full time position avail able in the Clasalhled Dept of the Independent Florida Alligator Must be personable, good with people. delail cre ented. good organizational skills, pittude for figures Hours Mon-Fri 8-5 Benefits Send resume and cover letter stating salary roqulrements to Advertising Director P0 Boa 14257 Gainesil .Fla 32604 No phone calls please thinore ties are encouraged to apply AA FOE Female driver needed for 2 3 timeas/week. errands/ transportaiOn. 335-2739 elderly woman dr appls .own 5-31 2-13 HELP WANTED FOOD, FOLKS & FUNI JoIn The crew a8 McDonald s part Irmo full lime a be tween class time stop in anytime 6 7 4 13 Are you graduating? 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'Liife L1. [I] S ILit h I h LI Ilt I I I }'L' I 'il g I )L I bIt'' will \u.hita I f ov, but ftl Lr ilfir'lIE ',w Lr1 us h IT I I.w' wIt'ks lalt' rt'pIu Lng her I Lit h pll \I ') L17 no oIIII IIt Ik A h er tW lill *L L I:! s' Isi ni a s i' L11 ig hippy h' [I will nt b. Logeth'r iurng thE S m 1iIIllhi SP' llalls for l'aly neo wile rn Is eplt doling tournamlenis E ANN sIbIARO -ALLIuA[OR Amy Alcini transferred from Indiana and promptly posted a 28-3 mark for the No. 2 Lady Gators. UF may do away with athletic dorms By GREGG DOYEL Ail gator StaIf Writer 'lie proposed aboliiionu of athletic dormitines is a hot topicrif debateaiong Southtasrern Conference coaches and athletic 'urectors at this wIeek annual nIg i DIeXli I'lorida U ot ball coach Sieve 5purrir dotsW understand what all the fuss isabout Spuimer, who turned uk's disial footbail program around -wihl separate doris for athletes -likes the idea Of adhleti dorms, but wouldL Ial'I u faciIs a must "For years they said we couldn't wil at [)ike because we didn't have this or that'" Spurriersaid. 'They can't say that anymore Duke's success notwithstanding, Ole Miss athletic director Warner Alford said the consensus at this week's SEC spring meetings is that athletic dorms should reTain III te Igho SIC campuses currently tli In g themi lIe added Ihat each uIver st, nt ihe NCAA. should make the final deuson Nationally. 21 schools have separate doris for athletes Among SEC schools, only Kentucky and Vanderbilt do not have athletic dorms .I Critics say athletic dorms isolate the ath' lets from the rest of the student population and fromor the normal college experience Propnent spreferthat coahesbe able t) dictate or what type of environment the athle ive JTInd that they know where their players are at most times "We're all a product of our own enviroTi ment," Spurriersaid "Somecoachesare real concerned about athletic dorms, and I might feel that way too if I hadn't been at Duke. "We didn't have any problems without one That's just the way it was the current set-tp just fine 'As a team, we bring a substantial amount of money to the university.' shintzius said "And as atean, we needour own dorm Wih all the money we bring to the school, we deserve that "r Sophomio re tilback VIlie McClendo doesn't want Io change the sysem, either. I don't want it togetherasa team McClendon said It's better for us to stay to make us more uited, We need that unity Other possible changes mentioned at the meeting include hmiting the amount of time a coach can spend with players to 20 hours a week and movig national signing day up a week to the first Wednesday in February Also mentioned were proposals reducing the numberofvisits a recruit can make from fiveto four,and limitingischoolsto 75. rather Freshman forward Travis Schtzius likes than 85 visits Baseball team keeps torrid recruiting rate I'dll -0 10 tI43 miol Is, u Ig t I 'Iu, IIIr ki L L I FL]dun shn'i iIe %l( ( I II 'L I \laI I 111 } 11I s A ROUND SPORTS %,IIdes. a rigit-i. d I of o wAh 1I on Wednesdiv on it no recurI bireigkinig o te .I I' thaI sa him breik iret \L '. 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Mianu Doice or \cClellan, a right-handed pl it 'r. u ll S15-9 re d oid w ath I rtrneduI I strikiigout 12' m) 158 ul one hIrd n while ualkIg Just 6I N I i {i ( I C L s( ] year [Is [ I i. 'yen though his ieam' 'etkod wouhlr show it. '\rnold sLd He woras their iLnmi ro put her wIh, Ilwav went uip tL everyone else's number unt gv" Track Gators advance In NLLCAA LIF's Fyrone Kemp it tie 100-UhIin! rf-l nld Mark Everett in he 800 advantl Wednesday in the 1990 NCAA u(u"il' track and Field Championships for II women, Dorchelle Webster (400-met r hL dies) and Tasha Downing (400-meter no advanced All-American springer Ani Ho ard, hampered recently by I strto I quadracep, failed to qualify iim (he 2)0-' I into Li athletes qualtying in the till LtjT were pole vaulter Mike Fiolloiay, Al, cleared 17 feet. Russell Wililt, who tlit" the discus 173 feet, 3 inches, and MaII Galloni in the high jump Women's golf team recruits abroad UF women's golf coach Mimi Ryan ar' nounced the signing of her second recnn[ of the season. Paula German of Belat Ireland, will join the Lady Gators, who Cuished third at last weekend's NCAA tournl ment, in the fall as a freshman Compiledfrom Alligator staff reports