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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 158 THURSDAY, JUNE 7,1990



I Growl producer wants good, clean family fun I

.... r' .,
By PATRICIA LEE honorary,and is the capping eventto Guenther said. "They're a little off- Guenther was referring to a skit tend for free, as they did at last
Alligator Writer a week of Homecoming festivi- color and they'd probably go a little in last year's show which depictedthe year's B-52s concert. Students had
ties. Growl '90 is set for Oct. 19. too far." Alligator editor and the student to pay $8 in 1988 to see Cheap
Gator Growl Producer Brian Guenther said he hopes to sign But what some worry may go body president having sex througha Trick at the Homecoming kick-off
Guenther says he doesn't know yet performers by the first week in "too far" are the skits meant to "glory hole" in a men's restroom concert.
who this year's entertainers will be, July. poke fun at campus life. In recent stall wall. And although students may not
but he does know one thing-the years, students,faculty and alumni know yet what they'll get, they'renot
show's humor Although some students have The one sure thing about Growl
will be cleaner and have criticized Growl skits taking the chance of losing out
suggested booking comedianssuch as being '90, Guenther said, is the theme,
less offensive than last year. sexist, vulgar and unfunny. on tickets.This spring,for the first
and "
Robin Williams Billy
as "Albert's Excellent Adventure.
"We want to steer away from the time, students are able to buy
skits without Crystal, Guenther said he doesn't How the theme will be incorpo-
vulgar taking away "Some people get bored with Growl coupons along with their
the humor and variety," Guenther have any preference about who some of the skits. Hopefully well rated into the show has not been football tickets. Organizers insti-
this year's two comedians shouldbe. bring the humor back into it," determined.For tuted the process to eliminate the-
said.Gator Growl, billed as the But he has eliminated some Guenther said. "I didn't think the the concert, Blue Key and line that kept some studentssee
the list.
nation's largest student-run pep comedians from 'glory hole' skit was appropriate. I Student Government Productionsare
rally, is produced by Florida Blue "We certainly won't have An- felt bad that my family was in the trying to book a band that won't
Key, UF's prestigious leadership drew 'Dice' Clay or Sam Kinison," audience." cost too much so students can at- Growl, page 5


.. 1 Tax hike to benefit UF
1 I

Legislators allocate $5 million for expansion

universities will than $122
By DEBBIE CENZIPER public get more
million.
Alligator Staff Writer
Off the top of state universities' portion
UFwill receive more than$5 million from comes$40 million asbestos removal and
state legislators this year for building plans fire code violation repairs. The remaining
and renovations, thanks to a tax that will $80 million is divided among all nine
increase in July for the first time in 59 years schools.This year's allotment is the largest
and generate money to ease the overcrowding facility budget in the history of Florida's
in classrooms across the state. universities, Castor said.
The money comes from a gross receipttax The tax increase is necessary to make
,which state lawmakers raised from 1.5 room for the larger number of students
percent to 2 percent during the session that applying to the universities and to alleviate
ended Saturday. The tax has not been overcrowded middle school classrooms,
raised since it was placed on telephone and Castor said. She said many qualified appli-
Y. electric bills in 1931, state Education Com- cants are being turned away from the uni-
4bAi missioner Betty Castor said Tuesday.The versities because there is no room for them.
tax will increase .25 percent for the next "We have new dollars available ..." Castor -
two years and settle at 2.5 percent in 1992. said."Without them,we would have hadto
The tax will raise about$614 million this restrain growth."
year, money that goes into the Public Ed- This year, UF will receive money from
ucation Capital Outlay fund and is used PECO for projects including purchasingsee

exclusively for buildings and renovationsin Tax, page 4
schools at every level. The state's nine


City imposes parking fee

I

near downtown nightclubsBy

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MATTHEW SAUER creating a "special taxing district.
b Alligator Writer "I think people will find other places to
park rather than paying a dollar or two to
Some downtown clubs are upset with the park in the lots," Cooper said.
City Commission's unanimous support of Because the area has plenty of parkinglots
Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton's ,he said,police would have to barricadeall
plan to charge for parking in the downtownarea of them to have a real Impact.
on Friday and Saturday nights to help Central City manager Eileen Sharp said
decrease crime in the area. she thought the idea was unfair.

Through the proposal, the police will "The people of Gainesville already pay
barricade two downtown parking areas and taxes," Sharp said. "We pay for the police
charge downtown visitors $1 or$2 to park. we pay Clifton's salary. Why can't the
The lots border the Market Street Pub, city just add more police?"
Uptown Manhattan, Central City and Club Sharp said she thought the idea would
X. affect downtown businesses.
Clifton said the revenue from the parkinglots "People are going to get tired of tryingto
could pay for additional officers' over- find places to park and having to walk
E. ANN STODDARO-ALLIGATOR time hours to patrol the area after dark. blocks to the clubs," Sharp said. "Eventu-
Right back at ya' Ed Cooper, co-owner of the Market ally they're just going to find other placesto
Architecture major Eddie Mastalerz, 21, blocks a spike Tuesday afternoon Street Pub, said he approved of police ef- go."
at the Broward volleyball courts. forts to curb the gathering of non-patrons, Clifton said the number of fights and
but said he thinks the city should have gone disturbances has increased as the crowds
LYN 31 ahead and allocated the funds rather than have grown.II .


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_ NEWS Jfiit Lingerie Boutique 1 YEAR

o Booknapper arrested in TexasA Matovsky was a student at those universities.Four I'1JP SEXY LINGERIE (! $10011R
hundred of the books were stolen from FSU's 2nd
Ave
history doctoral student was free on bond in
Napoleon-French Revolution Collection, a section 819 W Unlv Ave. 3736628
College Station, Texas, after being arrested May 22
FSU has amassed during the past 29 years.If t
and charged with stealing about 600 books worth '
more than a half million dollars from universities in convicted, Matovsky could face 10 years in jail. Don't Let Your 1

Texas, Florida and Louisiana. o Task force approves ethnic studies
According to the Oracle, Charlton J. Matovsky, a Members of the Task Force on Ethnicity at the Posters Ciet.Rulnedt .Y r
history major at Texas A & M University, was arrested University of Washington approved the final form of !
May 22 by the FBI and charged with interstate its set of recommendations on the Ethnic Studies
transportation of stolen property. Requirement to be submitted to the College of Arts AfterationsDressmaking
Federal agents seized 60 books from Matovsky's and Sciences, according to The Daily.If 1/2 PRICE SPECIALS
College Station residence and more than 500 books approved by Dean Joe Norman and the Faculty
from his home in Natchitoches, La, said FBI Special Senate,the ESR will require students to take 10 hoursof Dry Mounting Same Dayservice
Agent Andrew Duffin. ethnic studies classes as part of the College of Arts Poster Frames

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I WHAT'S HAPPENINGShabbat NORTH FLA. -

services: Student-led dive trips tonight at 6 at Florida Pool 11 a.m. by appointment only. Call 6 ACRES
Shabbat services and dinner will be classroom behind Florida Gym. Call 392-1161, ext. 281.
held at the Hillel Center, 16 NW 18th David Green, 3354313.Too Karate: Cuong Nhu Karate classes wooded gently road.
Partially
,
make live Florida Crew Club for beginners will run from May
St, Friday night at 7. Please crew:
Ideal location for miles
paid dinner reservations by Friday will meet tonight at 9 to discuss 31 to June 19. The classes will startat
afternoon at 1. Southeast regionals in Reitz Union 5:30: in the afternoon and will meeton west of Gainesville, .
Left get together: The International Room 346.Anyone Interested in join the lawn behind the Campus Ready to build. Owner down.
Student Social Get-Together is ing the club should attend. Call Shop and Bookstore on Tuesdaysand Won't last. Call nowl! from
offering an opportunity to meet one Karen, 3957034.The Thursdays, and in the basementof 8:30: to 8:30.:
another, exchange concerns and hunt for donations:The Sierra Florida Gym on Fridays. Call 372-
offer support and mutual encouragement Club and the Ad Hoc Coalition to 3469. 1ILt.1iL. ,
The meeting will be at the St. Save Paynes Prairie are sponsoringa Defend yourself: Anyone inter .1'i'
Augustine Catholic Church Student dinner to raise money for legal expenses ested in self-defense and martial arts Dozen
Center on West University Avenue. to appeal the Hunt Club is invited to the Women's Gym -1
R.S.V.P. and call Benjamin, 377- decision Friday night at 6:30: at the where Isshinryu, a practice of self- I L$7.50
8419. Hometown Restaurant, 1218 N. defense will be taught by a black- R I I

Be Informed: Alpha Phi Omega, Main St. Minimum contribution for belt instructor every Monday
UF's national service fraternity, will the evening is $15. Reservations are Wednesday and Friday afternoon .St on 13th St
hold an information meeting tonightat required. Call Sue Clark 372-1607, from 4:30: to 6.
7 in Reitz Union Room 122. All Francine Robinson 375-4140 or Jo It's anonymous: The student SERVICE CENTER
students are welcome. Call Mike Ann Adams, 378-5129. group of Alcoholics Anonymousmeets /
Ribadeneyra, 3727718. Sunspot: The Infirmary is sponsoring every Thursday evening at Oil and Filter $11.95 ;
It'* a dive: Gator Scuba Club is a free mole screening by a 8:30: in Reitz Union Room 357. Call
having its weekly meeting to plan dermatologist on June 21 from 8 to Pat at 335-1796. Minor Tune Ups

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! Police to i crack: down

a N WEST wES ,


I on cars in bike lanes 24 X26 r


about into the backs of
bumping
By AMY K. WILES
I "
cars.
Alligator WriterIn
Physical Plant worker Reginald
effort to make
an
campus Nattiel said he disliked the idea."I 1
I roads safer for cyclists and pedestrians -

I UF police are planning to think it's a dumb rule, espe-
increase parking enforcement to cially if someone is only going to
i keep bicycle lanes clear of unau- leave the vehicle to go right in and
thorized vehicles.
right out," Nattiel said. "I think
I "This Is part of a campuswideeffort state workers should be exempt
! to insure that bike lanes and from this rule."
sidewalks are clear of motor vehi-
! cles," said UF police Chief Everett "We had 31 bike accidents in- 44f
Stevens. "It's an issue of safety for volving automobiles on campus f
I bicyclists and pedestrians." last year," Tipton said. "Fortu-

UFpoliceand parking patrollers nately most of those were not seri-
I
will hand out warnings to drivers ous injuries, but a few of the
parked in bicycle lanes this week, bicyclists required \
I but will begin issuing $15 tickets We have
I Monday, June 11. The tickets will bikes and 28,000 cars.
be issued to any vehicle in the bike problem."
lanes, regardless of whether the
driver is there or not, UF police Last Friday, UF
spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. Oh was hit by a car in RUBY PMGE-AtLKiAru
"Officers will pay particular attention Florida Gym. at the intersection of University Avenue

to the Stadium Road area
at the Hub and Bryant Hall"Tiptonsaid. "The bicyclist was
"We've been writing letters to feet and suffered severe despite rain
vendors and have been contactingthe 'erations when he hit
Physical Plant and housing di- ment," Tipton said. "
'was very remorseful UF can use outdoor water from 12:01: to
vision to let them know that every
getic, but that person's three days a week.
vehicle will be included in this, not
on the pavement three days are determined by house num-
just the students' cars, Tipton
can't take that away. Odd numbers can water Monday, Wednesday
said.Tipton Saturday. Even numbers can water Tuesday,
said the will
regulation "If you don't pay it and Sunday.
be enforced seven days a week, 24
numerous tickets, you who live in apartments can wash their
hours a day.
your parking and on the same days as houses, but according to
The plan to enforce the bike-lane "
leges on Tipton
campus apartment numbers. Apartment complexes
has had mixed reviews.
parking unpaid ticket can even water their grounds according to their street
UF junior Matthew Trickey said dent from graduating. BERRY'I .
he liked the idea."I .
appeals process for
are no restrictions on fire and medical
think It's great for bicyclists," through when they've and farms are limited to not watering be-
Trickey said. "I think in a bicycle a ticket they don't 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. every day, Levin said.
lane I shouldn't have to worry fied.".
purpose of these restrictions is to protect
water resources of the district from serious

I Clerk arrested for, I and resources to assure," Levin an equitable said. distribution of

A UF employee was arrested ment. aquifer, where ground water is stored, is
Tuesday for forging her boss's UF police due to lack of rain and increased usage, he
initials on papers to approve a Angie Tipton said The restrictions will probably stay the same
UF-financed round trip from charged with forging the the area gets normal or above-normal rains.
Miami to Gainesville. of department agronomist Ben Whitty said average rainfall
Thirty-year-old Patricia Sher- mond Gay-Crosier on than 52 inches a year. So far this year, rain

man, 104 1/2 NW Seventh SL, travel request. She used are 2 inches below normal.
was charged with one count of quest to buy a$124 USAir summer pattern of afternoon thunderstorms
forgery, a third-degree felony. trip ticket on Dec.. 19, Motz said. These showers produce
UF police records show she was Tipton said.GayCrosier. of the rainfall, but the amount is impossible
arrested at her job as a clerk for said he he said.
the department of romance lan the discrepancy the water restrictions is a second de-
guages and taken to the Alachua called UF police. misdemeanor that can result in a fine up to
County Jail. She was released worked in the $ and/or up to 60 days in jail. Levin said officials
without bail Wednesday, butcould two years, he said., been enforcing the restrictions in Jacksonville
not"be,reached for cone: MARGARET will be patrolling other areas soon.



Commissioners back down on transitional housingBy I

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MATTHEW SAUER Coffey stressed that withdrawal of the letterof The facility is a project of Alachua County have hoped that someone from the site
Writer support does not prevent the preparationfor Housing Authority, St. Francis House, committee would have talked to us. There
Alligator
the housing from continuing it only United Way and a dozen other groups and were too many decisions made without talking
The burden of social service agencies shows the commission's opposition to its would be housed at the Coy Thomas Apart- to enough people in the area."
should be shared by all areas of the commu- location in the city's southeast district ments presently on the site. The project Beth Butler of Another Way Housing,one

nity, city commissioners said as they voted "Southeast Gainesville has been very gen would operate on a federal grant. of the project's organizers, said the project
Monday night to remove their support froma erous for a long time," Long said. "I'm not Commissioners reconsidered the matter would be an asset to the area.

transitional housing project in southeast opposing the project itself, I'm just saying after concerned residents, led by Dan "You can't check your neighbor's police
Gainesville. it's time for the rest of the city to bear part Harmeling,formed a group called Southeast record, but that's what we do with these
Commissioners voted 3-2 in support of .of the burden." Residents Against the Transitional Housing people,"Butler said."If we discover they are

withdrawing their letter of support from May The proposed complex would be locatedat Complex. Residents said they were never using alcohol or drugs,they must leave. You
17, with Mayor-Commissioner Courtland consulted about creating the project in their can't do that with your neighbors."
510 SE Eighth St., and would serve as
Collier and Commissioner Tom McKnew temporary housing for battered women, neighborhood."We In other business, the commission votedsee

voting against the measure. homeless people and. others making a tran- were never notified of what the site Housing, page 5I
COtHfflis llili i'S'R' aa Y'Mrlg'! and TfeVW'< '""'sltlo' 'ib'1tfL' would be used for.:Harmeling said. "I would


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II your...Hold APPLAUSE
a Igator

U.S. meets Japan in

Not officially associated wIth the O'Do m e..020

VOLUME 83, NUMBER 158 THURSDAY,JUNE 7,1990



I Growl producer wants good, clean family fun I


By PATRICIA LEE honorary,and is the capping eventto Guenther said.They're a little off- Guenther was referring to a skit tend for free, as they did at last
Alligator Writer a week of Homecoming festivi- color and they'd probably go a little in last year's show which depicted year's B-52s concert. Students had
ties. Growl '90 Is set for Oct. 19. too far." the Alligator editor and the student to pay $8 in 1988 to see Cheap

Gator Growl Producer Brian Guenther said he hopes to sign But what some worry may go body president having sex througha Trick at the Homecoming kick-off
Guenther says he doesn't know yet performers by the first week in "too far" are the skits meant to "glory hole" in a men's restroom concert.
who this year's entertainers will be, July. poke fun at campus life. In recent stall wall. And although students may not
but he does know one thing-the years, students,faculty and alumni know yet what they'll get, they'renot
Although some students have The one sure thing about Growl
show's humor will be cleaner and Growl skits taking the chance of losing out
have criticized
suggested booking comedianssuch as being '90, Guenther said, is the theme,
less offensive than last year. sexist, vulgar and unfunny. on tickets.This spring,for the first
"We want to steer away from the as Robin Williams and Billy "Albert's Excellent Adventure. time, students are able to buy
vulgar skits without taking away Crystal, Guenther said he doesn't "Some people get bored with How the theme will be incorpo- Growl coupons along with their
have any preference about who rated into the show has not been football tickets. insti-
the humor and variety, Guenther some of the skits. Hopefully we'llbring Organizers
this year's two comedians shouldbe. determined.For tuted the to eliminate the-
the humor back into it, process
said.Gator Growl, billed as the But he has eliminated some Guenther said. "I didn't think the the concert, Blue Key and line that kept some studentssee
comedians from the list.
nation's largest student-run pep 'glory hole' skit was appropriate. I Student Government Productionsare
rally, is produced by Florida Blue "We certainly won't have An- felt bad that my family was in the trying to book a band that won't
Growl, 5
Key, UFs prestigious leadership drew 'Dice' Clay or Sam Kinison," audience." cost too much so students can at- page


Tax hike to benefit UF

77 1 I

y Legislators allocate $5 million for expansionBy

DEBBIE CENZIPER public million.universities will get more than $122

Alligator Staff Writer
Off the top of state universities' portion
UFwill receive more than$5 million from comes$40 million asbestos removal and
.. state legislators this year for building plans fire code violation repairs. The remaining
and renovations, thanks to a tax that will $80 million is divided among all nine
.. increase in July for the first time in 59 years schools.This year's allotment is the largest
: \. i. and generate money to ease the overcrowding facility budget in the history of Florida's
.. in classrooms across the state. universities Castor said.
\
The tax increase is to make
The money comes from a gross receipttax necessary
:. ,which state lawmakers raised from 1.5 room for the larger number of students
: t, .t. percent to 2 percent during the session that applying to the universities and to alleviate
.
''I \ ended Saturday. The tax has not been overcrowded middle school classrooms,
: raised since it was placed on telephone and Castor said. She said many qualified appli-
-
:1 electric bills in 1931, state Education Com- cants are being turned away from the uni-
t missioner Betty Castor said Tuesday. The versities because there is no room for them.
,. / tax will increase .25 percent for the next "We have new dollars available..." Cas-
,.
l" two years and settle at 2.5 percent in 1992. tor said."Without them,we would have had
about million this to restrain growth."
The tax will raise $614
1 year, money that goes into the Public Ed- This year, UF will receive money from
#. ::
/ ucation Capital Outlay fund and is used PECO for projects including purchasingsee

exclusively for buildings and renovationsin Tax page 4
schools at every level. The state's nine
-
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City imposes parking tee

&4 I
,
) near downtown nightclubsBy

-
\11 MATTHEW SAUER creating a "special taxing district
Writer "I think people will find other places to
Alligator park rather than paying a dollar or two to
.1' Some downtown clubs are upset with the park in the lots," Cooper said.
City Commission's unanimous support of Because the area has plenty of parkinglots
..i'' Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton's ,he said,police would have to barricadeall
plan to charge for parking In the downtownarea of them to have a real Impact.
on Friday and Saturday nights to help Central City manager Eileen Sharp said
decrease crime in the area. she thought the idea was unfair.

Through the proposal, the police will "The people of Gainesville already pay
barricade two downtown parking areas and taxes," Sharp said. "We pay for the police
,.,11 charge downtown visitors$1 or$2 to park. we pay Clifton's salary. Why can't the
The lots border the Market Street Pub, city just add more police?"
Uptown Manhattan, Central City and Club Sharp said she thought the idea would
X. affect downtown businesses.

Clifton said the revenue from the parkinglots "People are going to get tired of tryingto
aRight could pay for additional officers' overtime find places to park and having to walk
E.ANN STODDARO--ALLIGATOR hours to patrol the area after dark. blocks to the clubs," Sharp said. "Eventu-
back at ya' Ed Cooper, co-owner of the Market ally they're just going to find other placesto
Architecture major Eddie Mastalerz, 21, blocks a spike Tuesday afternoon Street Pub, said he approved of police ef- go."
at the Broward volleyball courts. forts to curb the gathering of non-patrons, Clifton said the number of fights and
but said he thinks the city should have gone disturbances has increased as the crowds
ahead and allocated the funds rather than have grown.


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o Booknapper arrested In TexasA Matovsky was a student at those universities.Four lIP SEXY LINGERIE Summer C BY $100

history doctoral student was free on bond in hundred of the books were stolen from FSU's $50" 536 SW 2nd Ave
College Station Texas after being arrested May 22 Napoleon-French Revolution Collection, a section 819 W Univ. Ave 373 6628Posters 372-7876
and charged with stealing about 600 books worth FSU has amassed during the past 29 years.If .
more than a half million dollars from universities In convicted, Matovsky could face 10 years in jail. W Don't let I Your
Texas Florida and Louisiana. o Task force approves ethnic studies
According to the Oracle Charlton J. Matovsky a Members of the Task Force on Ethnicity at the (jetRulnedl
history major at Texas A & M University, was arrested University of Washington approved the final form of !
May 22 by the FBI and charged with interstate its set of recommendations on the Ethnic Studies
transportation of stolen property. Requirement to be submitted to the College of Arts
Federal agents seized 60 books from Matovsky's and Sciences according to The Daily.If 1/2/ PRICE SPECIALS r
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cars in bike lanesBy


about bumping into the backs of
AMY K. WILES
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cars.
Alligator WriterIn
Physical Plant worker Reginald
an effort to make campus Nattiel said he disliked the idea."I .
roads safer for cyclists and pedes-
trians, UF police are planning to
think it's a dumb rule, espe-
Increase parking enforcement to cially if someone is only going to 41s ns
keep bicycle lanes clear of.unauthorized leave the vehicle to go right in and
vehicles. right out," Nattiel said. "I think
"This is part of a campuswideeffort state workers should be exempt
to insure that bike lanes and from this rule."
sidewalks are clear of motor vehi- &
cles," said UF police Chief Everett "We had 31 bike accidents in-
Stevens. "It's an issue of safety for volving automobiles on campus
bicyclists and pedestrians." last year," Tipton said. "Fortu-
UF police and parking patrollerswill nately most of those were not seri-
hand out warnings to drivers ous injuries, but a few of the
parked in bicycle lanes this week, bicyclists required hospitalization.We .
but will begin issuing $15 tickets have approximately 15,000
Monday, June 11. The tickets will bikes and 28,000 cars.This Is a big
be issued to any vehicle in the bike problem."
lanes, regardless of whether the
driver Is there or not, UF police Last Friday, UF student RobertOh
spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. was hit by a car in front of the RUBY P"GE-ALLimruft
"Officers will pay particular at- Florida Gym. Wednesday afternoon drivers had to tolerate heavy rain at the intersection of University Avenue
tention to the Stadium Road area and 13th Street.Water.
at the Hub and Bryant Hall,"Tip ton "The bicyclist was thrown 15
said. "We've been writing letters to feet and suffered severe facial lac- rainBy
woes persist despite
he hit the
vendors and have been contactingthe erations when pave-
said. The driver
ment, Tipton
Physical Plant and housing di-
vision to let them know that every was very remorseful and apologetic MELISSA SEGEL includes UF, can use outdoor water from 12:01: to
but that thereon 8 a.m. three days a week.
person's lying
vehicle will be included in this, not Alligator Writer
students' the pavement bleeding and you The three days are determined by house num-
just the cars, Tipton
can't take that away. Despite the recent rains in Gainesville, water ber. Odd numbers can water Monday, Wednesdayand
said.Tipton restrictions are likely to continue through the Saturday. Even numbers can water Tuesday,
said the regulation will "If you don't pay it and you get summer, a UF professor said. Thursday and Sunday.
be enforced seven days a week, 24 tickets lose Florida has been experiencing a water shortagefor
numerous you can People who live in apartments can wash their
hours a day. your parking and driving privi- several years, said Dr. Louis Motz, associate cars on the same days as houses, but according to
The plan to enforce the bike-lane leges on campus,"Tipton said."An professor of civil engineering.In their apartment numbers. Apartment complexescan
parking has had mixed reviews. unpaid ticket can even keep a stu- response to this shortage, the St Johns Water water their grounds according to their street
UF junior Matthew Trickey said dent from graduating. There is an Management District,which controls north central addresses.

he liked the idea. appeals process for students to go Florida's water supply, established water restric- There are no restrictions on fire and medical
"I 1 think it's great for bicyclists," through when they've been issueda tions Aug. 19,1989.Assistant usage, and farms are limited to not watering between -
Trickey said. "I think in a bicycle ticket they don't think is justi- director of housing Sharon Blansett 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. every day Levin said.
fied." said her department is working on stickers to put
lane I shouldn't have to worry "The purpose of these restrictions is to protectthe
in dormitory rest rooms as reminders to students.
water of the district from serious
resources

I I Clerk arrested for forgeryA I The and Floridian limiting stickers Aquifer shower encourage by time.turning students off dripping to help save faucets the harm available and resources to assure," Levin an equitable said. distribution of

UF employee was arrested ment. Senior maintenance superintendent Marvin Fea- The aquifer, where ground water is stored, is
Tuesday for forging her boss's UF police spokeswoman gle said the dormitories use shower heads that limit low due to lack of rain and increased usage, he
initials on papers to approve a Angie Tipton said Sherman is water flow, allowing for two gallons a minute. said. The restrictions will probably stay the same
UF-financed round trip from charged with forging the initials Normal shower heads allow 3 1/2 gallons a minute. until the area gets normal or above-normal rains.
Miami to Gainesville. of department chairman Ray- Dormitories also use flush valves in the toilets to UF agronomist Ben Whitty said average rainfallis
Thirty yearold Patricia Sherman mond Gay-Crosier on a UF limit water flow. more than 52 inches a year. So far this year, rain
104 1/2 NW.Seventh St., travel request. She used the re- Dick Boe, associate director of Physical Plant, levels are 2 inches below normal.
was charged with one count of quest to buy a$124 USAir round said UF follows the St. Johns water restrictions."We The summer pattern of afternoon thunderstormsis
forgery, a third-degree felony. trip ticket on Dec. 19, .1989, have a schedule, but sometimes our times get beginning, Motz said. These showers produce
UF police records show she was Tipton said.GayCrosier. out of sync," he said. most of the rainfall, but the amount is impossibleto
arrested at her job as a clerk for said he noticed Richard Levin, a hydrologist at St. Johns, said predict, he said.
the department of romance lan- the discrepancy Tuesday and the restrictions for commercial and domestic land- Violating the water restrictions is a second de-
guages and taken to the Alachua called UF police. Sherman had scapes are different depending on the size of the gree misdemeanor that can result in a fine up to
County.Jail. She was released worked in the department for land. Plots of less than five acres can water lawns $500 and/or up to 60 days in jail. Levin said officials
without bail Wednesday, but two years, he said.' and wash cars from 4 to 8 a.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. three have been enforcing the restrictions in Jacksonvilleand
could not be.reached for com: !MARGARET' BERRY, days a week.Areas of land five acres or more,which will be patrolling other areas soon.



I Commissioners back down on transitional housing I


By MATTHEW SAUER Coffey stressed that withdrawal of the letter The facility is a project of Alachua County have hoped that someone from the site
Writer of support does not prevent the preparationfor Housing Authority, St. Francis House, committee would have talked to us. There
Alligator the housing from continuing it only United Way and a dozen other groups and were too many decisions made without talk-
The burden of social service agencies shows the commission's opposition to its would be housed at the Coy Thomas Apart- ing to enough people in the area."
should be shared by all areas of the commu- location in the city's southeast district. ments presently on the site. The project Beth Butler of Another Way Housing,one
nity, city commissioners said as they voted "Southeast Gainesville has been very gen- would operate on a federal grant. of the project's organizers, said the project
Monday night to remove their support froma erous for a long time," Long said. "I'm not Commissioners reconsidered the matter would be an asset to the area.
transitional housing project in southeast. opposing the project itself, I'm just sayingit's after concerned residents, led by Dan "You can't check your neighbor's police
Gainesville. time for the rest of the city to bear part Harmeling,formed a group called Southeast record, but that's what we do with these
Commissioners voted 3-2 in support of of the burden." Residents Against the Transitional Housing people,"Butler said."If we discover they are

withdrawing their letter of support from May The proposed complex would be locatedat Complex. Residents said they were never using alcohol or drugs,they must leave.You
17 with Mayor-Commissioner Courtland consulted about creating the project in their can't do that with your neighbors."
510 SE Eighth Stand would serve as
Collier and Commissioner Tom McKnew temporary housing for battered women, neighborhood."We In other business, the commission votedsee

voting against the measure.CotHmTsslb'h'ers'R'oaaey. homeless people and others making a tran- were never notified of what the sitewould Homing, page 5
Lo'n'g'and TJaW -\itToh'ih'llf&: U' be used for,"Harmeling said."I would



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album by the Miami rap group 2 Live Crew is obscene Volusia.A .
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because it vividly depicts sexual acts and lacks any lawyer for the rap group vowed to appeal."It .
redeeming social value a federal judge ruled Wednes- will be appealed, absolutely.The only issue now 1. SEXY LINGERIE
day. is was he (the judge) right? Frankly I'm surprised at
"The recording Nasty As They Wanna Be' takenas the decision," said attorney Bruce Rogow. 8I9W. Unlv Ave 3736628WMIQMI
a whole is legally obscene"U.S. District Judge Jose The judge said he considered the album as a whole inmiii no awf HIIIIIH
Gonzalez said in a 62-page ruling. when judging it. Workout
Gonzalez however, said his finding does not mean The key to judging the 'Nasty' recording is to this dl! G
the rap group is guilty of any crime, although he did consider it as a whole," the judge wrote. "2 Live Crew $22.00 0t! w.n/
leave open the possibility of prosecution.The has 'borrowed' components called 'riffs' from other LI: 540.00 Msqu.1..CIe'....._, .MN11nylns
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Broward County Sheriff Nick Navarro, who had do not lift'Nasty' to the level of a serious artistic work. 9.95 asmum', 'u Oaumvlll Health*'11....
sought to block the sale of the album in his county. Once the riffs are removed, all that remains is the aIM any ___ 374-MOO
Gonzalez ruled Navarro acted unconstitutionally rhythm and the explicit sexual lyrics which are utterly r---------------------- ,
when he threatened to arrest music store operatorsfor without any redeeming social value" Gonzalez said. I ACURA or HONDA I II
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Gonzalez permanently enjoined Navarro from lens, focusing on the sights and sounds of various : : :
threatening music store operators with arrest for ultimate sex acts," the judge said.
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While the exact location of the leak was not Immediately flight by the shuttle Atlantis.
clear, the 2 1/2-hour fueling test confirmedthat "We don't see anything that's going to keep us from
it only shows up when supercold liquid hydrogenis having to travel to the Vehicle Assembly Building WANTED :
pumped through a critical"quick disconnect"fitting based on today's test results" Seick said. "I think it'sa
where the ship's 17-inch-wide fuel line enters the belly given."

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"We did confirm there is a leak in the cavity..where vehicle's ready to fly and safety's the first priority. Supervise DARE staff of ten students.
the propellant lines go between the orbiter and the We've got an item here that we absolutely have got to Coordinate educational training in drug and
external tank.In order to fix anything in this area we're put to bed. And we're going to do that.
alcohol abuse.
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buildings because the classroomsare "((The tax) reflects the tremen- contraception study.
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I Benefit concert to aid government-displaced IndiansBy I

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JOANNA GOLTZMAN land that the government gave to them. As remain on their reservation, Creaven said. Although the government has made at-
Alligator Writer soon as it's profitable,the U.S. takes it away, This team is the same group that is respon- tempts to help the Indians relocate, they
and these people are left to suffer.: sible for similar convoys to Nicaragua and have not followed through with their inten-
By attending a benefit concert featuring To help the Indians, Gainesville Veteransfor El Salvador. tions, Economos said.
local bands such as N Dolphin,The Green, Peace, Orlando Big Mountain Support The nationwide kickoff for the convoy was
and Janet Rucker and Cathy DeWitt, UF Group and Gainesville Ethos are sponsoringa held on Wednesday. People are traveling to "The relocation program has spent mil-
students can help Navajo and Hopi Indiansin concert to raise money and awareness, Big Mountain by car and truck from all partsof lions of dollars more than their intended
Arizona to remain on their land. organizers said. the United States. The convoy will be budget on building houses for the Indians,
Veterans for Peace member Jim Creaven The concert will be held tomorrow night carrying supplies to the Indians and will helpto but the"Indians are not used to living in
said residents of Mountain inform the American public about the houses, Economos said."Although electricity -
Big ,a Navajo and outside the Baird Center, 619 S. Main St. It
Indian situation at Big Mountain, said Jeannie and water were brought into the area,the
Hopi reservation in Arizona, are is scheduled to begin at 8:30: and will last
being moved into houses in the surroundingcities about four hours.Tickets will be sold for$5 Economos, a Big Mountain Support Group supplies" have not been hooked up to the
because the government wants their at the gate and those attending also may member. houses.

land. bring donations of flour, corn meal, sugar, "Many people in Europe consider this And besides adjusting to a new home,the
The government is trying to relocate coffee, powdered milk and blankets. situation to be avast human rights violation," relocated Indians must learn to cope with a
these people because lots of coal and ura- The Indian elders of Big Mountain also Economos said. "There are Big Mountain different way of life. This is something the
nium have been found on the reservation," have asked the Veterans Peace Action Team support groups in Japan, Italy, France, and government does not prepare them for,
Creaven said. These people are living on to organize a convoy to help the Indians Germany." Creaven said.

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GROWLfrom Guenther met with UF police officials
Tuesday to discuss Growl security, which
page 1 UF police spokeswoman Angie Tipton said
waiting last year for up to four hours. will be "very tough." A total of 30 officers oe3
An exact number was not available, but from UF, Gainesville police and the
Athletic Association assistant ticket man- sheriffs office have been added to the
ager Sara Poss said about one-third of the force of deputies working Growl.
student tickets have been sold. Student "Well have officers stationed in the
tickets are$6 and are sold on a first-come, stands prior to the start of Growl," Tipton
first-serve basis. Any leftover tickets will said.The
be sold as guest passes Oct. 8 and 9. officers will be especially on the
Another new factor that may affect the lookout for people who try to sneak alcohol
way Growl will be handled is the ground into the stadium, Tipton said. Those who
under the entertainers' feet. The artificial do will be thrown out and possibly ar-
turf at Florida Field was removed and is rested, she said.
being replaced by natural grass in time for Security will be so strict that anyone
the football season. participating in the traditional paper fight
Because natural grass is more delicate before the start of the show also may be
and requires more attention and care, forced to leave."Throwing .
Growl officials may face some restrictionson objects of any kind in the
how they can set up the show.Guentherwill stadium is illegal and dangerous,"she said.
meet with Athletic Association representatives "We're going to do what we can to preventthe
Wednesday to discuss plans. ( paper fight)."

HOUSINGfrom neighborhood association,commissionersvoted
3 to oppose the landing site should a
page
hearing by the Florida Department of ROSY. PAGE-ALLIGATOR
unanimously in support of opposing the Transportation fail to do so. Out standing In his field

helicopter landing site proposed by the Commissioners said the Athletic Association All Fares, an agronomy graduate student majoring in weed science, sprays
of Florida's Athletic Associa-
University which is incorporated separately herbicides on the soybean, corn and cotton crops along Museum Road for
tion. from UF is not outside the
city's comprehensive -
his field production class.
Responding to a recommendation by plan and is subject to zoning re- crop
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OPINIONSDarts I




& laurels 71" ..........

DARr to Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton for
blocking off two parking lots downtown and charging ad- J
mission and parking. The lots are just off Southwest First
Avenue and serve about a dozen clubs in the area, includ-
ing Central City, Club X and Market Street Pub.
Clifton says he's doing this to stop the loitering, van-
dalism and unruly behavior that seems to be attracted to
the area. Funny. That argument sounds really familiar. In
fact, it was the same reasoning behind closing bottle K114 HEAIIQ
clubs three to rid of unruly behavior and
years ago get .... .. .... ...... .
stop vandalism and litter problems.In .
1987, police officials said bottle clubs cause crime.
City officials gasped and a study was done. Despite unsub-
stantiated links between bottle clubs and downtown
crime, city officials banned alcohol consumption in public
places after 2 a.m. and in effect, closed the clubs.
Now, the cause of downtown crime appears to be un- i
regulated parking lots. Closing clubs didn't get rid of the (
crime and vandalism that officials said it would. Patrolling
parking lots won't either. :

Restricting access to parking lots won't stop unwanted
behavior. If people want to loiter and spray paint on walls
they will find some place else to do it. Instead, police and \
city officials should think of some place else the peoplecan
go. And yes, maybe keeping some clubs open past 2 \ \ '
a.m. would be a good place to start.
LAUREL to City Commissioner Tom McKnew for
making plans to write a bi-monthly column in The Al-
ligator directed to students and their concerns. After our glorify
dart to him last week, he called and came in to talk to
our editor. He will start the columns sometime SummerB Kane
and begin them regularly in the Fall. Read them when 4LS
they come out and write in responses. Students shoulduse :
this forum to let their elected officials know what
they are concerned about and how they should handle
some local issues. If no one gives McKnew direction, ( with the
they can't complain when he veers astray. ) would
And a warning DART to Student Government officials I to
support,
who are thinking about changing Campus Organized Col
Against Rape. COAR is a nationally known, successful student Tennis
group that serves to educate people about rape. I
SG leaders will decide in the next two weeks whetherto
stop paying for COAR's! four peer educators. Their concerns I"t( ) success
are understandable. They say they are trying to ( ) cheer when
stop the political games that have plagued the group and You
jeopardized its funding for the last two years. best in us
But they need to realize that if they stop paying for the ( .
counselors, the goal of the group will be snuffed. Infir- ) that
mary director Boyd Kellett has said he would pick up the with
our
financial slack,but that means initiating a new program in amazed
the Infirmary, not funding COAR. when we
We don't know why Kellett proposes creating a new them by
program when COAR works just fine. And the people in
the Infirmary that we asked couldn't tell us either. COAR the map.
has been the model of hundreds of similar programs class by
around the country. group made
COAR needs to remain student-funded so it can stay made
the way it is. And SG officials need to realize that the women's
mary would not just pick up the price tag but disregard it
and start something new. We hope that's not what elected have your
to
student officials had i in mind. years proud

so far and

alligatorManaging Editor this great
Lucy Chabot YearWith
Editor Opinions Editor
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella team

Letters Policy and GO
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typed. doubl epacad and IIf'*!. They should Include a typed n_. address and !
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3 rAy aupg The Children's Theatre for the Deaf is a local stage group


that is relatively unknown compared to other Gainesville


theater circuits, although it has been in operation for more


than four -years and is the only theater for the deaf in


the nation that makes exclusive use of child actors in its


productions.The .


theater is the brainchild; of Sybil Odum, who has


appeared in several Gainesville plays, most recently in


Gary Gordon's The Life and Times of Abbie Hoffman last year.


She has two UF degrees, one in speech pathology and


audiology and another in theater. Usually Odom presentstwo


shows a year,one during the spring and another duringthe


fall. Her latest play, Pirates!, premieres Friday at the


Oaks Hill Performing Arts Center.


Her idea for the theater came when the kids she was'


1 teaching at after-school sign-language classes were gettingtoo


old to continue taking classes with her. But she wasn't


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It was better than sex. And no, I'm not gest U.S. tour to date, and it begins in our merclal I success, Alan says Depeche ModeIs material. "Everything Counts" is the oldest
referring to Bennigan's ever-popular Death humble state, then goes to Japan and very aware that there's an alternativebase song scheduled to be performed, and 1983is
By Chocolate, which comes pretty darn Austria, and ends in Europe in December.The that has built up over the years with as far back as they'll go for tour material.
close in my book. I mean the Depeche Mode band's Violator album has gone certain radio stations. This is good news. The Violator album is,
concert in St. Petersburg last Saturday platinum and currently resides in Billboard "We are a little bit skeptical about the fact well, an improvement over the last album,
night. _*>i'S magazine's top 10. Depeche Mode's only that perhaps now that we've had one_of the which was, quite simply, auditory perfec-
llENoPa 40 best tion. Or really, really close. I do not
Usually the Idea of spending FU.S. press con- recent Top exaggerate -
football field's length awayjroVi .a. coupler- ference for the tour that it may well dis- v.
of guys singing a bunch of tongs t'vehefl was held at the new appear again," he DepechejMode has managed to do the
1000 times already seems Vnd f Jrtupfd. Hard Rock Cafe on says. (Bite your nearly Impossible put out a financially
Gullible even. Cod knows'|jhavebdtter* the Universal tongue, Al.) "So success "ant of an album without stoop-
things to do with my money. (Fecdfag{; and Studios lot In Orlan- we're not going to ing to !.|$Bless New JO on the Block
clothing myself come to mind.) ButjI I haveno do on May 30. I forget about. the)! Jshudd( l immercialJtt| |'', ecently, fans of
regrets. No complaints aboutIhepverly went. Neat place.gjjf&lan way we were, and t up!ill:i ver n looking back,
zealous security peoplcwith hug! a Wilder was we're certainly no msy d on I old days when
their shoulders aniSv tee a Jpriorities involved
"iPj
honey" glints in their beady ittl#e '" |cfal spokesman. to their founuta.9r*I helt sbu ers, T-shirt
My guess is they were dim 1., 7 hard. "The first couple of formats, radio for-> re itenues l ea write-ups
Twitty fans with bone''tc pick:Needlessto times we toured in mats." ,p "r:J1i
say I spenTtherentirecoWcert'in;: My America we did Alan attributes! ] '
rightful seat, which;was iTnothlng't write J['pretty small clubs," Depeche MO(:! ; ode has yet towif tay their fans
'" ... sucljIHfignoble fashion. There's not an
home about. We jourJtdketsseconds me Ihe\ said. "We going sd"tceso:
bought ounce Ijutooping to be (found on Violator,
after they |e way. trait in't really see going that much fur- amidst the plethora of "disposable, happy-
thank | day Mode sells
Depeche out
Everyone seated on tna be ther. go-lucky bands"to the simple fact that they GcgThe
S1te'Ait( will beM day I dye hair blonde and
related to and/or have slept All that has changed now,of course.Their will only put out quality material. They my
invest I uRlee Press on Nails. A black
of the band.Or bought off( it guard. 1990 U.S. tour will take them through 50 refuse to fall into the habit of spitting out day
on calendar,
everyone's surely.
Even so, I must admit to erring the concerts in 34 cities. And does Depeche half-assed material just to keep their
whole thing rather profusely, getting car- Mode see any major differences between girlfriends in fur coats. Hence, no bad albums "There's no question the world has
ried away and the like. I came within mil- American audiences and European audiences and no dissension in the ranks. caught up with Depeche Mode," says Bruce
limeters of crying like a blithering idiot ? Hence,a band that's practically geriatric(in Kirkland, the band's U.S. representative.Fine. .
when Martin Gore soloed on "Stripped." "Americans a bit more brash," Alan the best possible sense of the word). It has .So long as Depeche Mode doesn't slow
And I haven't done anything so simperingly admits. "There's a bit more screaming over been around for so long 10 years and down to match the pace of a society that
girlish as that since E.T. I swear. here." No kidding.In seven albums long, to be exact. provides the likes of Debbie Gibson with a
World Violation is Depeche Mode's big- light of its comparatively recent com- The Violation tour emphasizes newer lucrative musical career, I'll be happy.

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I "I'd gotten to know the kids so well from comes to doing sign language, but after 4
my afternoon classes and so forth, and Sybil works and works with' us, we get to
when that was done I couldn't bear to see the point before show time when we can do
t
them go," she says. the whole thing backward and forward,"
With her experience in theater and sign Sharp says. Besides bridging the gap be- a .
language, the thought of combining the tween the deaf and the hearing, The f"t
two, using the kids she'd met at various Children's Theatre for the Deaf has other "'.
,
' schools, came to her. objectives, such as presenting the aesthetic "
This was a good to us all of
way keep beauty sign language. '{,
together," she says. "I just started recruit- "Another thing we're trying to do is to '"
ing kids that were interested until the num- present sign language in a warm, interest-
ber of kids became such that auditions had ing, educational manner," Odom explains.
to be held." "Like our logo says, we combine the power j
Odum acts as both the of the spoken word with
artistic and executive the beauty of sign lan-
director of the theater,. guage. You'll see and ,?,+b'Srf r { R.i e 9ii5
while teaching the kids hear every word."
the routines herself. She The two companies
receives assistance from practice two days a
30 volunteers, who make week, rehearsing about
up a board of directors 100 hours over a 10-
and eight different com- week period. The
mittees, as well as a full- children learn valuable
time costume designer, a skills while working on
scenic director and a tech- a play, and with enough

nical director. a practice they even may . .
Odum wrote and become fluent in sign
the Above Stoney Sharp as
directed ten plays Sybil Oduum language.
she's put on and tries to Daun Kairalla, 14, Captain Radical ViMgives
base her humor so that all audiences will\ recently auditioned for acceptance in the orders as 'KflstiScfacffer
enjoy it. Earlier plays included her own newly.opened Palm Beach County Schoolof looks on in astonishment.
adaptations of Robin Hood and Beauty and the Arts, along with 4000 other kids, and dry
the Beast, in which the beast was deaf and was one of 300 to be accepted.
the beauty had to learn his language before Abby Cooper has known Odum for three Left:Schaeffer and", Jessica
she could understand him and fall in love years now, having taken sign-language Lawrence temporarily command
with him. classes with her previously. This is P the ship, Vie UltcR.
These sort of messages are important be- Cooper's first play, and she plays the lead less 'LyeBatt.
cause they cause audiences to think about part of Brandy McFee. She sings the praisesof .T TT T
the other side of deafness, that is, being Odum and her co-actors. 1 R t
deaf, Odum says. "We really get to know each other really
"What we're trying to do here is bridgethe well, and we even become sort of a family,"
gap between the hearing and the hear- Cooper says.. "Sybil helps all of us out
ing impaired," she says. "You're never whenever we have troubles with anything,
going to change anything for the minorityuntil and we all confide in her." s \
you capture the imagination of the Liz Twitchell, 14, agrees. She has known
majority, and that's our job.* Sybil for two years now,,and this is her since their collection of old sets and cos- Odum and her valuable troupe all to itself. r
The actors, whose ages range from six to fourth play. tumes is ever-increasing. (By donating
17 years old, perform numerous song-and- "I 1 really like acting," she says. "But the space, businesses would also have the op- Pirates! will run Friday and Saturday at 2
dance routines,while all dialogue is spoken thing that I don't like is having to sing in tion of using it as A tax deduction.) and 7:30 p.m. at, Oak Hall Performing _Arts
and done in sign language simultaneously. front 'of everybody." ("That's why she An upcoming show, which will air in Auditorium behind Martha Mason School on
"Sign language is the hardest part of it doesn't have a solo in this play. quips Atlanta and on cable television stations in Tower Road. Tickets are available at the Emporium
all," says fourteen-year-old Stoney Sharp. Cooper.) Gainesville, will\ be taped by Florida Films. in the Oaks Mall, the Barnett Bank'Millhopper
Sharp met Odum when she was teaching Funding for the group mainly comes from Future plans include a special Father's office and at the door Tickets are
sign-language classes for the Student Cul- various charities, including grants from the Day benefit concert on June 17 from 4 to 11 $10 for evening shows, which includes a party
tural Enrichment Program.This is his sixth state of Florida, the National Endowmentfor p.m. at the Thomas Center's Spanish Court afterwards, and $6 for adults and $3, for
play, and he will ,be playing the part of the Arts, the Junior League and Barnett that will include nine different musical acts. children for the matinee showings and the
Radical Bill, captain of the pirate ship The Bank, which provides the building that the Eventually, Odum says she would like to father's Day performance. The hearing :impaired *
Reckless Eyeball. troupe hat been practicing In. An, empty ,take the show on the road, perhaps even ere invited to attend any show free of
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"Most of us are a bit uneasy when it warehouse would be ideal, Odom says, out of state. But for now, Gainesville has charge. APPLAUSE FIVE I



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the times depicted In the film (The the film on the radio and on Woman" ends the album) to the "King of Wishful Thinking" by
Big Chill and Platoon), those with television make you want to see Red Hot Chill Peppers and the the pop duo Co West, is based on
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and the Cruisers I & 11)). As cheesyas chosen to go with films are purelyfor Christopher Otcasek's catchy song released as singles so far. So
these gimmicks may be, they financial gain and rarely fit in "Real Wild Child." before you buy that catchy tune
usually work well for movie and with the plot. The songs on the And what would a soundtrackbe you heard on the radio for $2.89,
music industry moguls.The Pretty Woman soundtrack go well without slow songs? Fear not, check and see if it's on the Pretty
key to success in such a with the general theme of the movie-ballad-boss Peter Cetera Woman soundtrack.
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Helicopters boyfriend Sandy(Andy Alabiso)is having to try to look through
Thomas Center a transcendental meditation people's heads.
Ever been in a helicopter? teacher and, for a price, can help The acting is striking.Jones pos-
Local playwright Gary Jeffrey out with all his problems. sesses a powerful voice that he
Gordon's newest production, Their mother Roberta's (Yvonne uses to drive his points home,and
Helicopters, poses the question of Dell) advice to her troubled son is Jester's anger seems genuine.A .
whether or not a flying machinecan respected, but unfortunately for short cartoon-type comedy
rescue the Glenns,a seemingly Jeffrey, it comes too late. After an called PCS: Prevailing Community
sr all-American family. argument with him, Jeffrey's Standards is shown before the
Set in 1981, the play opens and father (Bob Jester) retreats to his play. This comedy featurette
we find that Jeffrey (Gregory study. There he spends much of presents a hilarious repre-
Jones) has come home from Atlanta his time building model helicopters sentation of recent events in both
to attend the funeral of one of E ,an unusual hobby that no one the art world and the political
his father's colleagues. By listen- but Jeffrey seems to question.ha world.It includes one funny scene
ing to him, the audience clearlycan ha win that ha but
see that he doesn't particularlycare t udien ow u ha epic st ho o tans use
for the company at the ha tuati with ul ogic to cenity
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As the audience is introduced to it again. He soon realizes that others, Bill Hutchinsonand
1 the family, the friction betweenthe maybe things didn't go as badlyas Ira Luft as various characters.
family members is obvious. he thought they had, or not as Without the Thomas Center's im-
Jeffrey's younger brother Bill(Bob badly as they could have gone. pressive acoustics, however, no
Fontneau) is constantly criticizing The play's setting is the family's one can really enjoy PCS becausethe
Jeffrey's attitude and behavior, living room, which includes a readers are seated most of the
L while his sister Allison (Kelly Dot- dining room table. The problem is time, and hidden from view.
son in her Gainesville acting that the facilities at the Thomas Tickets for'Friday night's performance
-1 debut) offers her ignored advice Center consist of a platform that is of Helicopters at the Thomas
ROBYPAGEJeffrey and argues that if Woodstock were much too close to the floor, which Center are $5 and available at the
Glenn (Gregory Jones)gets to the sinking point of an argument with his held today, it probably would makes it difficult to view what is door. The show starts at 8:30.:
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The beloved APPLAUSE editor is ming of Andy Costello set the following (and some new con- melodies that forced the audienceto

on hiatus, taking a few moments to rhythm for the vocals of Tammy and verts) and didn't disappoint remain glued to the band.

stop and smell the roses, look at the Eddie. anyone. The band's song construc-

stars, etc. This week's REWIND So they weren't perfect.Tammy's tions and the players' ability to The blend of melodies along

report comes courtesy of APPLAUSE vocals were at times Im- change tempo showed that N Dol- with Diaz' seductive, husky vo-

writer Pat Harrison.Wanksisler. possible to distinguish from the phin is no regular bar band. They cals and Mason's ohsosmoothtenor

1 band's noise. They did, however, play like the seasoned performersthey showed that the band's

was more keep the crowd on its toes, and will have to be to go further sound comes straight from its

your average nobody seemed to mind the heat than the Gainesville music scene. members' hearts. The six of them

act Saturday and humidity when the rain forced played as one, and songs like

night as its members ripped everyone inside to pack together Tom Miller's bass playing was "California Hills" and "In That

through their high-speed set at the tightly. It was well worth the cover in perfect harmony with the House" proved that the music

Hardback Cafe. The only chance charge just to see Wanksister play, guitars of Roan McNab and Jack scene in Gainesville is anythingbut

the packed house had to catch its audience through the harderedged"Tom and those who missed the show Mason. The percussion combinedwith on the decline. If you still

breath was during the ballad-like Brown" and "Rude." Eddie should take some time to check Anneliese Diaz' vocals and haven't seen N Dolphin then you

"Stay Away." The driving quitar Allen's pounding bass coupled with this band out. Miller, Mason and McNab's are missing out on something

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AMERICANCharlie's BARBQUESonny's ; ITALIAN STEAK



The Market Street Pub Brown Derby
Manaro'sSince We know how particular are about
Real Pit BarBQFor you
Enjoy fresh handcrafted import style
-Fine &
Dining Spirits steaks, that's
tasty beef, pork, chicken and ribs, 1955."Some things never change. beers in a jovial English pub. Live entertainment your why we only serve
Handcut Steaks. Fresh Seafood. Live steaks that are fresh cut never frozen
come to Sonny's, for Bar-B-Q At Its fortunately your good taste and our' Thurs, Fri, Sat evenings
Entertainment Tues-Sat NO COVER! and broiled the order.
Best! 11-9:30: (Sun-Thu) & 11-10 (FrI- consistently delicious Italian food." No cover. 120 SW 1st Ave. 377-2927. exactly way you
Reservations recommended 371-8069. Our Prime Rib is of the
Sat). 2700 N. Waldo Rd.3610 S.W.13th Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5 pm. Lunch and dinner daily. house with a specialty
St. 3635 S.W.Archer Rd U.S.441 at 1-75, Gainesville's most popular Italian Res- different cuts to satisfy
Alachua. every appetite.Seafood lovers will feel
for 30 Casual attire
43rd Street Deli & taurant welcome. Fresh over dishes years.daily including Murphy's Pub right at home with I large and varied
selection to choose from. Dinners come
Breakfast House chicken veal, steak, shrimp & home- Daily Specials
with fabulous
made desserts at affordable prices. Dell Sandwiches& Ice cold beer! complete our Super
4401 NW 25th PI (behind Hardee's In Salad Table, choice of and
Millhopper)3732927Cvllle' Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail- Billiards, Darts and Video games. your potato
baked bread.From 5
oven to
able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur. 7p.m.join
best Premiere Kosher-Style friends for the Best Hourin
( on Univ. Ave.) 2120 HawthorneRd. llam-12pm. Fri.-Sat. 1 lam-lam. Sun. your Happy
Deli w/Reubens and daily lunch and town. two-for-one cocktails
(SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across Enjoy
dinner specials. Even better breakfast plus complimentary hot and cold chef
372-4690. from the YMCA pool. 372-4751.
specials w/great omelets or try our selected Hors d' Oeuvres. Banquet fa-
Laurie Lou. All food Is freshly pre- cilities available. Most major credit

pared daily. M-F 7-9, Sat 7-4, Sun 8-2 Red Lion cards accepted. Reservations not

(breakfast only). Tavern and GrillBeat needed but for parties of six or more,
please call 373-0088.5220 S.W. 13th St.,
The Original the heat-Happy Hour 3-8 week- just south of Williston Rd.
}J's RestaurantBreakfast Pizza PalaceThe days. Tonight all Michelob products

house 20 years. Serving 5111!! SATURDAY-53 pitchers!! 2413 Great Steaks
kind of place friends would SW 13th St. 378-6320.
00-2.30: : every day. One block to cam- your
pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave.Snuffy's tell you about. Homemade pasta,fresh Beef & SpiritsFor
baked lasagna &sauces made to order. the best steaks and prime rib In
CHINESE Open everyday at 5 pm.Corner of NW The Mill Bakery, Gainesville. You cook over I hickory

Restaurantand 23rd Ave. and 6th St.372-1546. Eatery & Brewery charcoal grill or our chef will prepare

Lounge Full Bar,fresh brewed beer.Drink Specials your dinner. Chicken 4c Seafood too!
11-7 daily. Expanded Patio with Open daily 5-10.2 For 1 well drinks &
1017 W. Univ.
Ave.376-8899
live entertainment Thurs.Sat.. nights. dollar drafts from 5-7 pm. 6-Pound
Caribbean pub atmosphere with gourmet J's RestaurantChinese MRAkEEl Oaks Mall Plaza. challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 3734301.
burgers, steaks, chicken teriyakl, 0 o
food 5-9 lunch
: delivery, pm;
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand-
11-2:30: ;dinner 5-9 pm every day except
wiches, and New England clam chow-
der. Relax and enjoy favorite I Tues. night. Only a block to campus. SEAFOODCapt'n
I your 1225 W. Univ. Ave. Chef J J10 yrs. exp.
cocktail In our casually elegant lounge. Toro

I Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight; Mexican Restaurant Po
(Fri &Sat), 11:30: am-2 am;(Sun),6 pm- Louie's
, 11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa 1723 SW 13th Street. Galley
& Am. X Great Mexican Food.7 Days. On special this week grilled dol-
GOURMET No Brag Just Fact. phln-$6.95. Includes salad bar, potato
& hush puppies. Fried shrimp dinner

Woody's Nationally only $6.95. Take out.or dine in. 309
N.W. 13th St.
across from Krispy
Famous Sandwiches La Fiesta !Kreme, 372-6311.
3458 W.Univ.Ave.11/2 ml.from cam- Toby's CornerA
I Mexican RestaurantCville's
pus. Hearty dell-style sandwiches,
Gainesville tradition continues A newest authentic:Mexican res-
soups & salads featuring top quality
Boors Head cold cuts on specially warm Country Inn setting featuring taurant. Our family restaurants have SPANISHLa For
baked fresh bread served in I relaxed unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. InformationRegarding

casual atmosphere,conducive to meeting pasta specialities; Tablesid flambe Serving daily lunch special 11am-
friends, entertaining parents It desserts & coffees. Dinner from 5 2:30pm: fc delicious dinner en tree's 5-10 Concha
business nightly. Lunch from 11:30: am week- weekday & 5-1030(): weekends. Com Out On The Town,
or light
family conducting
I transactions. Imp. & domestic beer, days. Reservations recommended. 101 In & give us a tryl! 7038 NW 10th PL The Gainesville.flavor of Key West right her In Contact

win MC fc VISA accepted Open M- SE 2nd Place. 375-7620. MC/VISA ac (between Service Merchandise I* Mr.Han' Culsin Spanish M-F 11 and Latin American Amanda Escobio
am-8:30: 4002
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Classifications o How to place a In The Pines 2 room for $150-1180 + 1/4/ utll. avail. ,
1/2 mile to 2 bdr ./c, d/w,
cimpui. apt.
& 3 Bedroom June 1, wash/dry/ nw home, close to UF
... .. Spacious 1,2 ,
'.," .. '' washer/dry hook-up Quiet, lots of trees.
classified ad: Apartment & Townhouses 3352891. 6-7-4-5
$350/mo.. 373-0129. 7-10-8-2
1 For Rent.x FurnIshed Convenient to UF/Shands
In Person 2 pools tennis crt, weight room, Rmmt needed to share 2bd/l ba. $130/mo I
Rent'Unfurnished : Big house & yard 2 ml. from UF. Big ree.
2 For + 1/2 Utll. Ask for Jim 3354644. 6-7-4-5
sauna, 2 laundry rooms.
Cash check, MC or VISA. room, 4 bed/2/ bath giant fireplace. BB
3 Mobile Homes$ Ask about bdr specials $400 oil hoop, volleyball etc In non-party atmo.
The Alligator Office Looking for a femnon smoker who I.qul.1 Is
373-3371 Mature only. No petl. $800 per mo. 378-
and very studious for fall and spring
Rent/Sale 1105 W.
For University Ave. 205 SE 16tr Ave. 2010. 6-14-3-2
Point. 2 bed 2 bath
In Rocky ; balcony
M-F
lam-4pm 1/2 mile of Main St.
4 Sublease House/Apt./ east entire pond view, no petal Call loorrrLalnle
Main BookstoreHub M-F 9-6, Sat 10-5. Sun 12-4 Avallale now Houie/duplex 4 br 2 bth, 1 335-7449 220.00 a month. 6-7-4-5
5 Roommates t .. Customer Service Desk 8-20-25-2 1/2 mile south of UF, tree, fireplace, central

6 }For Safe-'l:::'-;::: ::: ., M-F8am-4:30: pm Villager West: Quiet 1 bd on cul-de-sac leave heat/air met*. ,6-21-5-2 feoo/mo. Call 376-6183 OXFORD furn. own MANOR room/bath NS/F washer-dryer wanted summerB negotiable

Reitz Union Cashier' Office 1 story; no noisy neighbors above! 800
7 Real Estate rent + 1/2 utilities. Call 373-7504.
:..Y NW 18 Ave (Take 9 St. N. from 18 Ave) MODELS OPEN EVERYDAY
M-F 8.m.llpm 6-7-4-5
8 I 3717777. 6-14-5-2 SPECIALS AVAILABLEMill
Motorcycles
i Sat & Sun Closed
: Need rmmt NOW. In Spyglass, wash/dry
.9 .:. Autos:. :: /:,.::. :::. Medical Bookstore, ShandsM Three Oaks 3 bd. 2 bth, just 3 bibs N of Run, SW 20 Ave 2 br from $375. Call own bed/bath/ 224 mo depoait. Call and
Wanted F, lam 4 30 pm UF, very, very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College 336-7668, 1-5 dally many with new car leave message 335-5742. 6-5-3-5
10.
;' : Park Properties. 3717777. 6-14-5- pet.

11 Services'::'.:::; By Mall: 2 M/F n/s/ own loom In 3bdr/2ba house,
Use forms appearing weeklyin Caaablanca West 2735 SW 35 PI. 2&3 br $150/mo + 1/3 util, fall option, 338-1858.
12 :Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane; $475-1665. 372-8837.1-5 daily. 6-7-4-5
See UF from private balcony, newly renovated I
13 Wanted mail. MC VISA, or checks only.
Help 1 bdrm's. 207 NW 17th 371-7777 Greenwich Green & other rental avail- Roommate wanted 2 BR 2 1/2 Bath

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 6-14-5-2 able. Call 371-8100. 6-18-4-2 washer-dryer fans 200 per month and

Payment by VISA or Mastercard deposit. Nonsmoker, No pels. 3353889.
15 Personals ONLY. Five dollar Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance 2 bedroom house w/porch ac/heat/ no 6-14-5-5
minimum. to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher .. $395/mo 1048 N.W. 31 Ave G'ville
16 :Connections M-F6.30 4 pm. cent. air. Office: 411 NW 15th St. 4959024. 6-19-4-2 F postbac student seeks rmmt for FALL

.17 Notices f 3717777. 6-14-5-2 Will relocate. Prefer' clean NS. 375-
o How to correct or 8858. 6-7-3-5
18 Bides:.;'i Available now, SW: 2bdr apt porch, ceiling SUBLEASE:

cancel ad fans, dishwasher, cent H/A, near bus .
your : Need fm. rmmt. to share 2 bdr /1 1/2 bath
19 .Pets ....:. .. $375, including water, 3730701. 6-19- 4 HOUSEAPT.Summer after 7/1/90. $250/m. + 1/2 utll., ph.,

20 Lost & Foun'do Cancellations: 10-2 cable. Pets ok, I have a dog. Call 336-
B option for Fall: own bedroom 6522. 6-7-3-5
Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8 -4 pm. Wmdmeadows Apt*., 2 bdr/2 ba, $490/mo/ In nice house In NW area. Wood

No refund can be given. + dep, avail. Aug 1, 338.7852 Iv. mes floors, telling fan huge yard, 10 'min F NS for own rm In 2 bdr/1/ ba has 1/2 blk
sage. 6-14-8-2 walk to UF. $156 ; 1/4/ utll., Call, J788894. form UF. $172./2SumB.Jul'81. Fan
Alligator errors:
When will your ad run? neighborhood! Jr/sr./ pref' 371-0190. 6-7-
Check ad the FIRST day it run*.
your A clean 2br Id.allor couples/serious/ student 3-5
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before *. $290/mo Incl water ft. garbage Sublet a room, Wlndmeadow Apt. Sum

Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 4013 NW 12th Terr. Apt. 6. Call 378-7458 mer B tit July 31, $200 mo + 1/4 utll. call Roommate. Wanted Now to split $3SO/mo
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY or 376-8663. 6-19-8-2 336.0397. 8.12.8.4 duplex plus utilities. Washer/dryer Included
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected 3328718. 2243 SW 70 Terr. No

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. Lg 2bdr/lba apt ac, laundry, ceiling fan, SUBLET 2bd/t be apl. End of June-Aug. pet". 6-21-7-5
No refunds or credit can be given after $325/mo; w/new carpet $340, avail now Ju'12 Blocks from UF Call 336-7891.
Union or Shands may take placing the ad Changes called In after & Aug. 2023 SW 37th Way. 375-7986. 6-7-4-4 F rmmt needed for own room/bath for I

THREE days to apPear., Ads the first day will not be compensated 6-21-4-2 $175 or own room hare bath $150 In nice
run for length of time Sublease a 2bdr. 2bth. Apt. at Park Place NW home w/fenced yd. Avail 8/1 call 373-
may any Customer error or changes: $175 studio $199 1 BD $299 2 BD $490. per month (for fall and spring. Very 7529 6735MARCHWOOD
and be cancelled at any time. SUMMER SPECIALI! Get 'em while it's spacious and modern. Call 335-4806. 6-
Corrections must be made In person at
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator ollic. BEFORE NOON. HOT! Walk to UFI POOL 3710769. 6- 7-2-4 m/f 3bd/2ba, we/dry.

for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. 12.5.2 Pooltlde, long term renter preferred.'
Sublet starting aug, large 1 bdr 4 blks $225 + 1/3 utll. Call Albert 335-3834. 6-
Students only from UF, wood floors, upstairs quiet, 7.2-5
Studio $200 11225 furn and $210. 335-7776 after' 5. ask for Tripp.
part furn. Soma" with all 6-19-5-4 OXFORD MANOR- roommate needed to

FOR RENT: FOR RENT: utilities 373-5663 8AM to 10PM. 6-7-4-2 tub for Summer B own bed/bath
Two room for r.nlln Plnetree Garden washer/dryer. Call Lisa 373-7292. 6-12-

1 FURNISHEDBdr 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Available now. House/duplex 4 br2 bth, 1 Each room has bath. Lease runs thru mid 3-5
1/2 mile south of UF. tree, fireplace, central Aug. Partly turn. If needed. 150 mon.
$600/mo. Call 376-6163 335-0504 6-14-3-4 OXFORD MANOR f/rmmt needed to sublet -
/ kill/ living rm privlledge, most utll. pd., to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280. heat/air. 6-21-5-2 apt. for Summer B own bdr/bath. Furnished
summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. leave message. SUBLET 1 br., avail now thru Aug. 15, CALL CARRIE 3751856.

1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/ Info 372-2284/ Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dog*. 3 week free r.nlll you sublet a 2bdr/1 ba renewable, no deposit, call 335-2873 Iv. 6-12-3-5
3714243. 8-20.25.1 Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 8-20-25- 6-14-3-4
apt w/the opt to renew for fall. Call 336- message.
2 6-7-2-2 The Gardens! m/f for 2bd/2 1/2 ba
1613. $260/mo./
Room available- Marchwood fall & spring twnhse, turn, pool, Wid. near sfcc/uf '
and/or next aummer. Fully furnished, Oak GladA *pt*. Near UF & VA. quiet $119 MOVE-IN SPECIAL 5 ROOMMATES $185/mo + 1/2 util.. Now-Aug 15. Mil .
micro, wash/dryer. $240/mo + $150 de- washer/dryer available In most units for and 2 Bedroom. Pool, Tennis chelle 332-3896. 6-19-5-5
posit. Craig 3350145. B-12-8-1 $20 MO. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 1 & 2 Bath Sauna Spacious, Gym and more. Rmmt Summer B, F N/S/ no pets Oxford
$250-$350, see ft. Imr. 372-6422. 8-20- STONE RIDOE APT. Manor, turn., private bdrba, utll. Incl., HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, studious rommt.
Lg. 2 BR apt. neatly furnished. No pets, 25-2 3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 $350 for 6 wkt, Call LeAnne 813-531- needed In FALL for large bdr. In 2bdr/lba
convienlent to UF & downtown. $275- Offer valid to qualified application only 8199. 6-14-10-5 apt. overlooking pond $197/mo. 371.
$285 mo. 376-5957. 6-14-4-1 SPACIOUSONE 6-20-19-2 8887. 6-14-4-5

BEDROOM APT. Responsible nil fem needed for own br *
Private entrance, nice br, kitchen ft living Serious student, own room for sum
ONLY $263MO.LYONS BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS ba In new 3 bdr2 ba mobile home, security
rm. prlvlledges, most util. paid, summer APT 1 & 2 bdr. by UF College View Apt. 1105 IYI, quiet area. Avail fall, rent neg. mer/fall $180 + 1/2 util. Less than 1 ml
145. fall $165/mo. 372-2284. 8-20-23-1 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-6797 NW 3rd Ave. 3717777. 6-21-6-2 335-5240. 6-19-11-5 form UF. Ron 373-3332/374-5768. 115
NW 7th Terrace.' 6-7-2-5

2 room for $150-$180 1/4 utll. avail 8-20-25-2 F rmmt needed for 4 bd/2/ ba furn condo '
June 1, wash/dry nw home, clot to UF, INCREDIBLE SW VILLAS Available now, large 1 BR by Oak Mall. Wash/dry,security ytem. F NS for July 1st Share 2 be'drm SW apt
3352891. 6-7-4-1 Efficiency Apt. with walk-In closet barbeque, some utilities $200/mo t split electricity. 335-4298. 6- 187.50 rent plus half utll. Skylight.
Starting at $1(5 paid. $240 19-10-5 Washer Dryer. Call Carol 336-924 I
Student only Starting at $235 / 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST today. 6.14.4SSUBLET
Studio $200 1 BR $225 furn and TUMBLING CREEK Bike to campus from "OWN ROOM" $156.25/mo but neg. +
part furn. Some with all avail summer and/or fall, Summer B Furnished Apt. own
378-3988 this 1 BR balcony apartment, just painted 1/4 utllltle,
utilities 373-5663 SAM to 10PM. 6-7-4-1 375-3861 coin laundry, dishwasher. $275 F/N/S call 336-3834 6-7-5-5 room 1/2 utilities $225.50 mo. Brandywlne I
Ap.rtm.ntI374.4825. 6-19-5-5 .
1 bdr In a 3 bdr house, $160/mo + utll. 6-20-25-2 PHOENIX Upstairs 2 BR apartment dishwasher N/S Rmmt. wanted. Own room fully r
3758329. 6-12-4-1 Check Our New Specials hook-up, mini's, carpet. $310 furn., beautiful apt. w// pool, patio & morel M/F own room In a 4 BR house 2 block: *
All Amenities Available $300 Incl. rent, elec A furn. Plcaddilly to campus $145/mo + 1/5 tills carport
3 block from law school In nice neighborhood FURNISHED UNFURNISHED SUGARFooT OAKS Incredible bargain, Apt*. Call Richard 9 335-5584. 6-7-5-S_ woodfloor. fireplace. 336-0597 Iv meg *-
for serious students $180. no pets. ** *. 6-7-2-5 !
Roommates Available 2 BRl1 1/2 BA, breakfast bar dishwasher, ______________________ |
335-2832 or 376-6376. 6-12-3-1 We're No. 1 hook-up, some utilities paid. $325 Envlr-consclou M/F 4 hug rm In big Now) 1.2 rmts wanted for own room In I

Beautiful' second tory Ig 1 B/R apt. quiet REGENCY OAKS 2BR/1 1920 house- blk to UFo wood floors- 3bd house: Gr.allDo In SW area wood
duckpond neighborhood sublet Jul-Dtc 376-5766 SOUTHWOOD Like new spacious sun deck- Sum. B on$150 1/4 utll.dep + floor yard. 150/mo + 1/3 utll, no sea dep
$190/mo. 378-3232o(372-1317. 6-12-3- 3230 SW Archer Road 1/2 BA, deck with privacy fence, hook-ups.$400 *. 373145.74.5 372-3805. 61445Classifieds.
1 COUNTRY GARDENS I
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373-4500 Quiet, n/s rmmt. wanted for furn. apt. near
Need Roomate Now w/optlon for fall 4 bike 2001 SW 16th Street KEY MANAGEMENT law sch. (Camelot) $190/mo Call John .

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ROOMMATESCasablanca FOR SALE FOR SALECAR 8 MOTORCYCLESGS450GA AUTOS

75 BMW 530I automatic

on pool. Own room $145/mo Queen waterbed bookcase head, 6 ALARMS Installed remote control 1982 Suzuki motorcycle orlg alloy wheels, super stereo, maintained \ .
m/f w/2 males. Wash/dry. Part fur drawer pedestal, sheets, $150 obo. En any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Great shapelow miles nicely, priced to sell $3500 obo
nished. Call Julian 336-0373 or Mark tertainment/center $50. 19' RCA color demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes- Like newmany extras 373-6968 mess. 6-19-5-9
3361581. 6-12-2-5 TV, $100. 3358143. 6-19-5-6 sage. 8-20-21-6 $1400 Call 377-7543 6-22-7-8
1986 Dodge 150, 5-spd, black, In good

F/N/S lor own room In 2b/1 1/2 ba apt. In CANNONDALE SR400 12 speed racing Moving, must sell I Beige couch In great Orange and Blue Insurance now covers shape $2900 462-2902. 6-12-3-9
NW area. Loft w/laundry room nearby. bike 58cm. Great conditon with pump and cond., desk, 2 small dressers, ft 2 motorcycles! Low rates, low payments,
Call 372.9502 after 6 PM. $160/month. water bottle. $350 ask for Alan 375-8869. twin/hide-away beds. Call 375.2218 after safe rider discounts, fast drive-thru service 81 TOYOTA Corolla a/c auto, 2DR. stereo
8.19.4.5 6-14-4-6 4. 6-14-6-6 3772277. 6-21-9-8 1800cc, red, 67K miles, runs good,
musts**! Call Ricardo 3355772. 6-14-

F N/S grad/prof. student needed to share MUST S6LLII White formica bedroom fur For Sale 1966 Kawasaki KE100 Enduro, perfect for 3-8
2bdr twnhse. $242.50/mo + 1/2 uti I. Call niture a size bed.. Call Lisa 373- 2 beds Inc. box, frame $25 obo campus parking runs great, w/helmet,
1236MOVINGI Desk $20 obo 1970 Pontiac Firebird, runs great new
Beth 372-9389 6-19-4-5 7292. $500 OBO. 336-9557 8-1 g-5.8
Call Al 377.27931..v. message. 6-12- stereo, 350 V-8, good Interior, $800, call
2 Rooms available In Ig 3bd/2ba apt. I I1uit sell full size bed nightstand 5-6 1981 Yamaha Seca 650 low mile with VIC at 392-8181 or 3750251. 819.49
Close to campus! Neg Call 373-6187 dresser w/ mirror, shelves, desk w/ rebuilt engine. Incl. new rear tire & hel
after 4. Avail. Summer B. 6-19-4-5 chair, lamps,'TV stand. Call Carrie 375- SALEIII'" Loveseat $90, Twin bed $60, 1 met. Asking $600 Call Travis at 375- 1978 TOYOTA Celica, A/C, runs great,
1856. 6-12-3-6 speed bike $60, color TV 19 In. $80, All in 1248. 6-14-48 reliable, new battery. Must sell for 950
UNBELIEVABLEWe great shape call 3359248. 6-7-4-6 Obo 372-8977. 7-3-8-9
WATERBED, Queen, Seml-waveless' 1983 Kawasaki 750 LTD, like new condition
put roommates at your fingertips. We
can help you find that Ideal roommate w/pedestal/ drawers $130 and solid 42" Connelly trick ski. Trick rope. Med. low miles, garage kept, $1800, call 1981 Honda Accord LX Iron damaged,
FAST. Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza dresser $75. negotiate call now. 332- women's wetsult. 3739589. 6-12-4-6 377-6536 after' 6 pm. 7-3-6-8 good lor parts II Call lor Info at 374-4762.
336-9349. 6-12-2-5 I 5536 6-3-1-6 Evenings after 9 pm, afternoons b/w 123.
1. Furniture 4 sale. Excellent condition! Red Honda Spree '67 + helmet' good con 6-21-5-9
Rmmt wanted lor fall, brand new apts., 2 pc. sofa-set, $1110, 2 On size waterbeds, couch, leather chair, coffee table, etc. dition! $600 obo. Willing to negotiate!
Greenwich Green, own room lor $i50/ a, 2 desks, $90/e. chest $75, Call now leave message 335-3780. Call 336-0567 Leave Message. 6-21-5-8 Monte Carlo SS 1983 must see
$2l6/mo, all ammenitiea, free cable & nightstand $45, all good shape, all $ Neg Prices negoc. 6-21-7-6 $2500.00Full
water Karen 335-2676 71911.5 call 335-0355 Please leave message. 6- Suzuki GS 450T, 1980. Blue color $395, size washer Dryer $200.00
19-5-6 JVC pull-out stereo, speakers $150 obo, with three helmets, excellent condition. OBO call 336-0289 6-21-5-9
Lib. F for 2 bdr apt wGWM./ $205/m + also' answering machine almost" new $50. Call Mohamed or Ziad 372-1980, or ...It
elec., gas. Lease runs Aug.-Aug. Must VW Rabbit '81 (new tires, sunroof) $800. Call 335-1366 Iv. mess. 6-7-3-6 at 1010 W. Univ. Ave. 6-7-1-8 1984 GTI 74000 orlg ml, S sp., Cold a/c,
like cats 3725857. 6-21-5-5 Desk-chalr-bkcase (from Door Store) very clean good cond. Must see. 2500
$150. Tel. 336-8209 6-12-3-6 obo. Call Rodney 462-5317 (local) 6-21-

Rmmt needed in N W house. Own furnished Upgrade your home speakers nowl One 9 AUTOSJeep
Summer GRADUATING! MUST SELLI! Queen pair of floor-standing JBL speakers. Paid
room only. $140monthplus
1/4 utilities. 201 NW 10th Street waterbed w/6 drawers. Heater and liner $425. Get these for $350 firm. 335.5490 CJ7 Laredo 80, motor 82, Black, 80 Ford Fiesta, absolutely Immaculatecond
372.7565. 6-12-2-5 Included. $115 obo. 3757488. 6-7-2-6 6-12-4-6 Hardtop, Bikinitop, $2950, Graduating 45k ml*, 2 sunroofs, aqua metallic,
student. Call Now 376-6141 Albert. 6-7- stro/cass, ale (leaking hose), 35 mpg,

F n/s, own bdr. in 2 bdr/2 ba Laurel's apt 200 lbs assorted weights and 2 4 sale a Zenith terminal', Vax compatiblewith 5-9 German-mad, PERFECT IN ALL WAYS,
for fall, great location & apt., rent neg, brand new cast Iron 50 Ibs modem $400 or best offer call 335- $2100 obo 336-6211 Iv mess. 6-12-2-8
partly lurn. Call Allison 3714563. 5-14- all in great condition 9248. 6-7-2-6 ORANGE AND BLUE INSURANCE low I'm Outta Herein
3.5 $40 obo call Chris at 3726924. 6-7-2-6 rates, low payments, fast drive-thru service But I need a ridel If you'r going somewhere -
s* habit espanol 377.2277 377- put an". ad In the Rides classified
Hawaiian Village, F roommate needed for small kiln 550 degrees max. Great for 010/hd sets FOR SALE CARS. W* car 6-12-0-9 section so I can get out of town!
fall 3bd/2ba limo and copper enamel $95. 48" scan Queen size bed, twin canopy bed, 3
$140/month, own room,
design desk ft comp shelf $80. 63"x31" dressers desk, sofa/chairs/coffee/ and
3784805. Ask for Michelle or Debbie.
6-19-4-5 shelf/desk/drawers combo $40. 372- end tables. 3357220. 6-12-2-6 . 7520 or 377.1238 to see. 6-19-5-6 '
,1015NW UttiStreei, 41
M/F NS rmmt. wanted fully lurn Penthouse CiNtPiix" ODEON 372.534lllll / '
w/jacuzzl, pooliable, private elevator STAY COOL with a great air-conditioner. THEATRES
security, etc. $300 + 1/3 ulil call: Quiet 20,000 BTUs. $150 OBO. Call 7 REAL ESTATEDuplex

3784252. 6-21-5-5 373-7150. 6-19-5-6 $3SO BARGAIN MATINEE All SHOWS BEFORE PM.

Wanted: N/S M to share Master bdrm and ACCESS THE VAX from HOME WITH A for sale- bed, 1 1/2 bath. Phoenix Mlc".1" J. Fox .Christopher Lloyd
close to campus, full kitchens call BACK TO THE FUTURE III PC HELD OVER I
U< ulil In furnished 3 bdr/3ba condo In ZENITH MODEM. KEYBOARD AND TER. ( )
Rockwood Villas. $145/mo. 335-6242. MINAL $ 90.00 CALL 332-0028. 6-12-2- Larry or Nina 371-8141 or 1-800-654- NO PASSES.NO VP TICKETS AFTER PM Daily: 2:114: 45 7:30: 1.45
4544. 6-21-7-7
6.21.5.5 6
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Moving Must sell couch papasan coffee 2b/2b/ In Brandywine. Fully furnished. MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON (R) DAilY: 1.454:157:00: : g:30:
6 FOR SALE tables and wall unit. All like newt! 335- Nothing down. Mortgage assumabl Immediately
7257, 6-19-3-6 available. Call 372-1152 Iv Hey Dudes. No is no cartoon Hold Died
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk mssg. 6-7-3-7 TEtNAGE 'MUTANT NINA TURTLES (PC;) D.tly: 2.00: 4'00 7:15: 9:19Ada& :

drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlstera. Matching sofa, loveseat, chair $175. By owner, 2000 sq ft spacious pool home,
Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 Women's Raleigh 10-speed bike $50. 1 mile to UF, nice NW area 2816 W. Univ.
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. Stationary exercise skier $75. Call 338- Av*. 83000. Appt to see call 376-6183
Good machine for small type shop. System 6348 anytime. 6-14-3-6 leave message. 6-21-6-7
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft B font 11 1421111111.1

disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at Nintendo Games For Sale: Many Titles. DAILY SHOW
373.9928 for more Info. Call Brent or Jon 335-2689. After 5:00: 1 $300 TwarrT OPi
PM. 6-14-3-6
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more PLAZA TRIPLE V-
brand are all at our New Location) Car Nelghborhood/YARD/SALE: books THEATRE
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW II St. 372- .q uarlumsJ'chlldren'sJ'hou..holdJ'good"ml.c.J'85.fJun. 1 .
2070. 8-20-25-6 '
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Dr.between13th15thSts.' 8.7.1.8
MICRO CENTER/ Computer 376-1146 $2.110 twilight shows
Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgatu starting between 4pm .
H P. Price same or lower than mall- Super-single waterbed with heater and Running time ,:the,, following
order. System below, Include 1mb, 40mb headboard $100.00. Desk $40.00. T.V. shows' staait/ Friday NICK

((28ms), graphics monitor ... stand $30.00. Call Jim & 336-6362. 8-7- ANOTHER 48 HOURS (R) lJ
MC 266/12 $1195, Packard Bell $ 295, 1-6 /:4S I4t S4S 74: S4MOM. MURPHY" nan .
MC 386SX $1495, Northgat* 386/20 / MMrifM. NMfllMIWim ...---
2399. PB 286 laptop whd & battery Brand New Room Alrconditloner-$160,
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphic Entertainment Center-$35 obo. Call 336- FIREBIRD (PC 13)
monitor $970. ft 3 year warranties. 0340. Ask for Pam. 6-7-1-6 UOO 100: ,11II 400:,.MMKgM(00"100 1000 atUSTIMR LLOYD MARY/ STEENBURGEN

Onslte warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer
$185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049.3743 W. Q-sofabed, oak dresser (both In perfect
University Ave. 8-9-25-6 condition.) Also 2 19* color TVs; portable WILD ORCHID (R) a '
vacuum. I will negotiate! Jeff 335-6765 2.804:807:000.20: :
FrU8 t. Midnight 12:30: t./Sun lI11mJ
FUTON & FRAME 6-19-4-6 .___
From only 1200/set. Call Al 373-3127.

7-3-12-6 DINETTE set $99; t.v. $125; end table
$30; desk $50; sofa chair $30; code GHOULISH FABLES.'E'' '" F:
Crlmestopper Car Alarms K-40 Radar Detectors
maker $10 call 335-27451.av. message.
Sherwood, Sansul, Sony, Orion 6-12-2-6 TALES FROM ((0 J QMNw
Bazooka, Horn or Car Stereo. W* Beat
All Prices 373-3754. 8-8-24-6 Imi PARK M THE DARKSIDE nN1f
Car Audio for sale: tap decks, speaker LTA 4 e0T NTTIL 217
Handcrafted' wooden blrdfeeder Differ and amps. Also 10 spd. Schwinn and
-Wit sizes available. $5 to $15 each. Free Head tennis racquet. Call 3366503. ,- 3702 NEWBERRY RD 37W277J3.50

seed with the first two sold. Call J.R. 14-3-6 ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6PM12th
between 7 pm and 10 pm 3751935. 6-19-

4-6 (INEMA IfCRAZY r .:WOMAN.'"
PRETTY (R)
410
286 COMPUTER PEOPLE 2.00-430.7:20.10:04: : TOTAL RECALL

I 12 mhz, 49 MB harddrlv, 8 1/4 and S (R) Fifth Cray WkTNI
I ,1/3 floppy drive' 14' VGA color monl- 730 9:45 Cops MUST as CRAZY I (PC)
I6r, 1 yr wart, DOS 1.3, Microsoft Work Starts towar ow- 1A6.3AS6A5.7A5.9:45THEATRES : : SCHWARZENEGGER .

6-21-10-6 Doe Shot Only $1798. ELITE 335-1300. Driving libs Italty (PC) 11&2-s1.00 AU TIMES (!]
I 8:30: 7:30 t:4S: Wdntaht

Safari' Audio I Is Gainesville's newest & finest THli"FI" Diamond POWER PhlHIp(a) $ 1 MEL & GOLDIE
In car audio, cellular t security 1 1:00.3:10.6:20.7: : : :A0. 10:25: ROBIN, 'TIM
I Custom Installation & repairs. 3361128. '
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5- 2-door am/lm Will pay dollar lor one answered CHM and VINYL Initiation, repair
77 Honda Civic, pd., Typing report '* business F129H
equalizer, reliable, look I run good. 2046 Lab Manual. Call after 5:00: 378- ** GATOR MOVING ** and rettretche;tree estimates. No Problem legal returnee cassettes transcribed

$800 lor quick sale, 373-3512. B-12-4-9 7515. 6-7-3-10 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- Carpet Service. Robert 374-5493. 6- '* applications '* ,letters '* notary .etc.
Item/Hie Full. Oayi/Evei. Long dl*. 12-5-11 Available 24 hour/7 dayt/372-2777.

Ford LTD 1970 perfect cond. pb, pi, pw, $7.00/hr private tutor for physics labs Lie/In Harry/Bill 374-4791. 8-20-25.11 8202512PickupDel.

new tire*. Must.ell$900 please call alter' 3055U3058l. Mutt have mad an "A" In SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM ,lea *SUNBELT MOVING*
wkend 3762051. 6-7-2-0 these courses within the lilt 2 end
or yrt. Typing wordproe. near
5pm sons *
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boarding woodier facllltle/ Professional' Moving/Packing I Suppliei.
Needed NOWI! 377-0900
6-12-2-10
campu Dependable, quality service
hay ride parties! sales working 1- Item -Home lull. Local/Lng dlit. Reasonable rate 24hr/day. Call Carol
Datiun Pickup Truck 72 run good low| students accepted.' 4B6-3224, 3758080. Lie/In Priced lor Student) Marty 375- 373-4464 7.5.11.12
mileage 500 obo 336-4176.. 6-14-4-9 11 SERVICESNW 8-20-25-11 MOVE. 8-20-21-11'

Hatchback Car stalls? Call Mobil Auto Rescue and FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC W* Beat Everybody' Prlc.11IRllum..latterl.R.portl !
79 Datiun 2108 wagon 4 dr.
Great d.allor around town. Priced to ...IISOOOobo. Mlnillorao. at 1-75 ft. NW 39th Ave Repair. Fait service, 25 yr*. exp Jumpi, Serving UF since 1977 etc.
Call now 332-5536. 6-12-3-9 near Oak Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from tune-upi, minor repalra. 24 hra/day. 372- Most Insurance accepted Alachu Word Proceiiing
820, 10% dlac. to lIud.nll. 332-8917. 6- 5325. 6-7-8-11 2 block from UF 1107 SW 2 Av*. 3765465. ** Established since 1985
20-25-11 Dr. Steven Schargel 8-20-21-12
78 Chevy Malibu Classic, a/c, cruise, almost ,- Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farm*. 373-7070
new tire and battery, $700, call 371- Stall and pasture avail 7 ft 1/2 miles N or
8-20-21-11 ...RESUMES***
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10 WANTEDLocal ((813)831-7549) PO Box 320932 Tampa Fl.
3721664MCVISAInsurance 33679 7-19-12-11 12 SERVICESYOU MICRO CENTER/ Typing 371-2425. Full

Artltt need: GOLD, Gems Clan Free Pregnancy Test A self service computing.Typing starts &
Rings ETC. Top t or trade. Ozzle'i Fine Member ONE STOP DENTISTRY WRITE, WE TYPE 1.50/pg Resumes $6 'A Self service
Jewelry 373-9243. 8-20-25-10 National Abortion Federation Accepting new pti, emerg. adult cleaning Business Legal' Personal' Report resumes A $2.50/hr ,15/pege." Later
8-20-25-11 $30, child $20 Term Paper A Typeset Resume Etc. typeset graphics A tpell check theses
College.night at Alley Katz. Every Wed. ((4)) wild tee $350 ((3)) wild. tee $275 GVIIIe Handicapped Typing paper 'A special character A employment
from 9p.cloiing. $. per student Include SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? ((2)) wild. tee $225. 3787179. databases mailmerge training.
unlimited bowling, shoes, mini-golf & a Get confidential, letting and treatment at Nitrous oxide. Accepting MC, V, AE 8-20-25-12 WordPerfect ipeclallit. Vlta/MC. '.0-
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in fallThree To say the least, the Alligator O'Connell Writer Center crowd got its

money's worth when the United States and Japanese na-
UF baseball players,including home tional volleyball teams went down to the wire Wednesday

run leader Eric Martinez, have obtained re- night
leases from the team and will not return next The United States took an early two games to none leadin

year, coach Joe Arnold said Wednesday. the best-of-five match, but Japan came roaring back,
f' The other two players are freshman shortstop winning the fifth game 1716.
Gregg Castaldo and sophomore pitcher United States coach Taras Liskevych summed up the
Chris Law."Martinez. nail-biting match."It .
has struggled academically,and was a good match," he said. "It certainly could have
he is not eligible for next year," Arnold said. gone either way. We're not that far from them."
"It was a struggle for him even to get out of Outside hitter Tara Cross led the American team with 39

junior college." kills. Kim Oden's four blocks were a team high.
The junior from Orlando hit eight home The crowd of 1,331 voted Japan's Kiyoko Fukada -who
runs, had a team-best 40 RBI and finished valuable
had 26 kills -the match's most player.
third in batting (.308)).
average
Japan won the match on a serve that was match point for
both teams. In international play, the fifth game awards a
k point to the team that wins the serve, and a team's score
AROUND cannot exceed 17.

SPORTSHis At 16-16 in the fifth game, Fukada went up at the net and
SIA D hit the ball into the open hand of the United States'Tammy
brother, Dave, plays for the Montreal Liley.The ball cleared the net,landing out of bounds,giving
Expos. Martinez said he might sign a profes- Japan the point and the match.
sional contract with the Chicago White Sox. Wednesday's match was the fourth of a six-game series
If he doesn't, he will transfer to Central Flor HOLAHAN -ALLIGATOR the teams are playing throughout the southern states.
Japan's Kaorl Shlota goes for the kill over Janet Cobbs Wednesday
ida."I With the victory, Japan leads the series three games to
know I can hit at a higher level,"Martinez night at the O'Connell Center. one.

said. "I just have to work on my fielding." .

Castaldo, of St. Louis, was UF's starting
jortstop for the first 40 games, but hit only Arnold I
.219 and committed 20 errors. In Southeastern gladcnightmare'season over

Conference games his batting averagewas -

a paltry .156. enced players returning," Ar- think schedule will still
GUERRY SMITH as a starter before slumping the -I our
"I don't know if he wants to compete for a By nold said. "It makes it very difficult last few weeks.His 4.05 ERA was be very tough," Arnold said. "If
job next year or not,"Arnold said."Maybe he Alligator Writer to put anything together on second on the team. you look at LSU's and Missis-

wants to go some place else" where somebody UF baseball coach Joe Arnold a consistent basis.Almost every John Burke, who led the na- sippi State's schedules,they are
is handing him the job. does not mince words when he team we played was more expe- tion in strikeouts per inning,had riddled with easy games.! "
Law pitched in 28 innings, going 1-0 witha reviews the Gators'1990 season. rienced than we were." control problems, walking 45
about
the discussion
4.18 E.R.A. Despite
he Arnold said he was pleased batters to with his 73
"It
was a nightmare, says. go along the team the
FSU denies report of SEC offer "I'm very, disappointed in the with the performance of four of strikeouts in 49.2 innings. But youth hurting in
death of Steve Georgiadis
Florida State officials denied a published record and the embarrassmentof the five freshman he used regularly Arnold expects the righthanderto
report Tuesday that the school had been been mid-March after having shoul-
losing 29 games or whateverwe especially outfielder Ricky improve dramatically next
offered an invitation to join the Southeastern der surgery affected UFs per-
lost It's over, and I'm just Britton and pitcher Doug Brent
Conference formance more than anythingelse.
year.Next
The Alabama Journal of Montgomery,Ala., looking forward to next year. nan.Britton year's schedule should Arnold said the Gators
reported that an offer had been made to FSU, The team's lack of experiencehurt ,of Venice,became the help even more than the experi were In a funk for at least five
according to a source close to the FSU athletic all year. With a roster fea- third consecutive freshman to ence. This season UF played weeks after the event.
department The also said several turing 22 newcomers and only lead the team in hitting, endingthe four College World Series

coaches at the College paper Football Association nine returning lettermen, UF year with a .322 batting av- teams, plus FSU, Miami, South "I have talked to the coach at
convention in Dallas confirmed the offer. struggled in pressure situations, erage. After starting slowly, Florida, Stetson and Jackson- St.Pete Junior College;and they
finishing with its first losing sea- Britton found his stroke against' ville.Arnold plans to drop a cou-
"I hadn't heard a thing (until reporters had four or five kids that played
son since 1976. The club set a Southeastern Conference com- ple of the Florida teams and add "
he
called), FSU president Bernard Silger said. high school ball with Steve,
school record with 30 losses. petition and finished with a.370 five
**If I have an offer,I don't know anything aboutit. games against Division II said. The coach said it was im-
." "We had 12 freshmen on our average in league games. schools."I possible for them to play after

Track team signs 3 roster and only three experi- Brennan, 5-5, won five of six don't feel guilty about that his death. So it wasn't just us."

athletes The UF to women's national track letters team of intent signed, coach three A Nicklaus could help, but a healthy. Hart will do for UF I

Beverly Kearney announced Tuesday.The The NCAA Championship is one of,if not other- again for millions of dollars and life- Hart plays poorly.Pat .
Lady Gators tabbed Ireland's Breda the most, demanding amateur tournamentin times of pride.
Bates has had a tremendous season
Buchholz
Gaffney, High's Sasha Blum and
Inga Denunzio of New York,raising the num- the nation. And the Gators want to win this champi- and is very encouraging for next year. He
ber of fall recruits to four. Just look at some previous NCAA cham- onship more than anything.First,they must won one tournament and played consis-
pions Ben Crenshaw. Tom Kite, Curtis clear the dark clouds over their team. tently most of the year. He may be able to
' .. Gaffney, one of Ireland's premier distance
:1 Strange and golf god!Jack Nicklaus.
runners, runs anything from 800 meters to Dark cloud number one is Dudley Hart, pull off the medalist title this week.
5,000 meters. who has missed several tournaments witha Chris DiMarco is the superman of college
Blum won the Florida Relays Class 3A *Jeff'Moriarty stress-fractured rib. Playing the NCAA golf. With his five victories this year, he is
two-mile run this season,and will compete in F Championship without Hart at his best is hands-down favorite to win the NCAA title.
the 5,000 and 10,000 for UF. ROM THE TEEAny like playing the Sugar Bowl with Emmitt Coach Buddy Alexander has matured this

Witherspoon just misses U.S. team Smith missing a knee. Hart never has wona team since he came in 1988.He took players
''l- UF women's basketball player Sophia golfer would kill to be in the history college tournament,and could go out witha who were ready to transfer and brought out
Witherspoon was one of three players cut books with those legends Including this bang by winning this one. their talent, encouraging them by being a
from a U.S. Select team that will tour Eastern year's contenders, who are the best in the Dark cloud number two is Jeff Barlow.He great coach and a good friend. He is a prime
Europe this summer. country, maybe in the world. Maybe even has been in a slump this season, but is as candidate for coach of the year.

Witherspoon, a junior who averaged 14.7 the next Jack Nicklaus. good as anyone on the team. He carded There's no doubt in any of the players'
points a game last year to earn second-team The NCAA Championship is not just col- some impressive scores at the SEC Cham- minds they can win the title. They .have the
All-SEC honors,was one cut away from makIng lege golf. It's one last glimpse at life as a pionship and finished second. He must do talent
"! the traveling team that tours Yugoslaviaand college golfer and one big look into the that this week for UF to have a chance. But will the dark clouds cause torrentialrain

the Soviet Union from June 26-July 7. future of professional golf. Dark cloud number three is Chris Toul- on what could be UFs last chance at
Alligator writer Guerry Smith contributed 'It's one l last jaunt io'u'n'cl'th"course'with 'son.' :He has played consistently most of the ,an NCAA championship? for.many years? I
to this report. players that might'one day be'pl ing each season but might have to be'even better if Or will they clear? .

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the independent.florida N olicII y ,,ocIaled w.lh IM Unver'I y ol Forda VOLUME 83, NUMBER 158 / THURSDAY. JUNE 7. 1990 Hold your.APPLAUSE U.S. meets Japan in O'Dome .20 Growl producer wants good, clean family fun By PATICIA LEE Alligator Wnter Gator Growl Producer Brian Guenther says he doesn't know yet who thisyear'sentertainers will be, but he does know one thing -the show's humor will be cleaner and less offensive than last year. "We want to steer away from the vulgar skits without taking away the humor and variety," Guenther said. Gator Growl, billed as the nation's largest student-run pep rally, is produced by Florida Blue Key, UF's prestigious leadership honorary, and is the capping event to a week of Homecoming festivities. Growl '90 is set for Oct. 19. Guenther said he hopes to sign performers by the first week in July. Although some students have suggested booking comedians such as Robin Williams and Billy Crystal, Guenther said he doesn't have any preference about who this year's two comedians should be. But he has eliminated some comedians from the list. "We certainly won't have Andrew 'Dice' Clay or Sam Kinison," Guenther said. 'They're a little offcolor and they'd probably go a little too far." But what some worry may go "too far' are the skits meant to poke fun at campus life. In recent years, students, faculty and alumni have criticized Growl skitsasbeing sexist, vulgar and unfunny. "Some people get bored with some of the skits Hopefully we'll bring the humor back into it," Guenther said. "I didn't think the 'glory hole' skit was appropriate. I felt bad that my family was in the audience." Guenther was referring to a skit in last years show which depicted theAlligator editor and the student body president having sex through a 'glory hole" in a men's restroom stall wall. The one sure thing about Growl '90 Guenther said, is the theme, "Albert's Excellent Adventure." How the theme will be incorporated into the show has not been determined. For the concert, Blue Key and Student Government Productions aretrying to book band that won't cost too much so students can at+ tend for free, as they did at last year's B-52s concert Students had to pay $8 in 1988 to see Cheap Trick at the Homecoming kick-off concert, And although students may not know yet what they'll get, they're not taking the chance of losingout ontickets Thisspring, for the first time, students are able to buy Growl coupons along with their football tickets. Organizers instituted the process to eliminate theline that kept some students see Growl. page 5 Hlgl bsk at yap Architecture major Eddie Mastalerz, 21. blocks a spike Tuesday afternoon at the Broward volleyball courts. P~f' Tax hike to benefit UF Legislators allocate $5 million for expansion By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer UFwill receivemorethan $5 million from state legislators thisyear for building plans and renovations, thanks to a tax that will increase in July for the first time in 59 years and generate money to ease the overcrowding in classrooms across the state The money comes from a gross receipt tax, which state lawmakers raised from i15 percent to 2 percent during the session that ended Saturday. The tax has not been raised since it was placed on telephone and electric bills in 1931, state Education Commissioner Betty Castor said Tuesday. The tax will increase 25 percent for the next two years and settle at 2.5 percent in 1992. The tax will raise about $614 million this year, money that goes into the Public Education Capital Outlay fund and is used exclusively for buildings and renovations in schools at every level. The state's nine public universities will get more than $122 million. Off the top of state universities' portion comes S40 million forasbestos removal and fire code violation repairs The remaining $80 million is divided among all nne schools. This year's allotment is the largest facility budget in the history of Flonda's universities, Castor said The tax increase is necessary to make room for the larger number of students applying to the universities and to alleviate overcrowded middle school classrooms, Castor said She said many qualified applicants are being turned away from the universities because there is no room for them. "We have new dollars available ." Castor said. Without them, we would have had to restrain growth." This year, UF will receive money from PECO for projects including purchasing see Tax, page 4 By MATTHEW SAUER Alligator Writer Some downtown clubs are upset with the City Commission's unanimous support of Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton's plan to charge for parking in the downtown area on Friday and Saturday nights to help decrease crime in the area. Trough the proposal, the police will barricade two downtown parking areas and charge downtown visitors $1 or $2 to park. The lots border the Market Street Pub, Uptown Manhattan, Central City and Club x Clifton said the revenue from the parking lots could pay for additional officers' overtime hours to patrol the are after dark. Ed Cooper, co-owner of the Market Street Pub, said he approved of police efforts to curb the gathering of non-patrons, but said he thinksthe city should have gone ahead and allocated the funds rather than creating a "special taxing district." "I think people will find other places to park rather than paying a dollar or two to park in the lots, Cooper said Because the area has plenty of parking lots, he said, police would have to barricade all of them to have a real impact. Central City manager Eileen Sharp seid she thought the idea was unfair. "The people of Gainesville already pay taxes," Sharp said. "We pay for the police -we pay Clifton's salary. Why can't the city just add more police?" Sharp said she thought the idea would affect downtown businesses. "People are going to get tired of trying to find places to park and having to walk blocks to the clubs," Sharp said. "Eventually they're just going to find other places to go.0 Clifton said the number of fights and disturbances has increased a the crowds have grown. City imposes parking fee near downtown nightclubs

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2, ALLJGATR, DIURSDAY, JUNE 7 9e COLLEGE NEWS J Booknapper arrested in Texas A history doctoral student was free on bond in College Station, Texas, after being arrested May 22 Ind charged wih stealing about 600 books worth more than a half million dollars front universities in f'exas, Florida and lmuisiana. According to the Oracle, Charlton J Matovsky, a history major at Texas A & M University, was arrested May22 by the FBI and charged with interstate transportation of stolen property Federal agents seized 60 books from Matovsky's College Station residence and more than 500 books from his home in Natchitoches, La, said FBI Special Agent Andrew Duffin 'the books allegedly were stolen from libraries at Flonda State University, Northwestern State University in Natchitoches and Texas A & M while Matovsky was a student at those Universities Four hundred of the books were stolen from FSU's Napoleon-French Revolution Collection, a section FSU has amassed during the past 29 years If convicted, Matovsky could face 10 years in jail [ Task force approves ethnic Studies Members of the Task Force on Ethnicity at the University of Washington approved the final form of its set of recommendations on the Ethnic Studies Requirement to be submitted to the College of Arts and Sciences, according to The Daily. If approved by Dean Joe Norman and the Faculty Senate, the ESR willrequire students to take 10 hours of ethnic studies classesas part of the Collegeof Arts and Sciences 60-hour general education requirement -AWOATOR STAW REPORT 1/2 PRICE SPECIALS Dry Mounting Poster Frames ClEAnIvE WORKSNOI? 809 W. Univ. 376-7204 941mm Ca SuI I YEAR s100"r 372flSw WHAT'S HAPPENING Shabbat services: Student-led Shabbat services and dinner will be heldatthe Hillel Center. 16NW 18th St, Friday night at 7 Please make paid dinner reservations by Friday afternoon at 1. Let's get together: The [nternaional Student Social Get-Together is offering an opportunity to meet oine another, exchange concerns and offer support and mutual encouragement The meeting will be at the St. Augustine Catholic Church Student Center on West University Avenue R S V.P. and call Benjamin. 3778419. Be Infonned: Alpha Phi Omega. URs national service fraternity, will hold an information meeting tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Room 122. All students are welcome Call Mike Ribadeneyra, 372-7718 It's a dive: Gator Scuba Club is having its weekly meeting to plan volume 83 dive trips tonight at6 at Florida Pool classroom behind Florida Gym. Call David Green, 335-4313. Too live crew: Florida Crew Club will meet tonight at 9 to discuss Southeast regionals in Reitm Union Rooi 346. Anyone interested injoinIng the club should attend. Call Karen. 395-7034 The hunt for donations: The Sier ra Club and the Ad Hoc Coalition to Save Paynes Prairie we sponsoring a dinner to raise money for legal expenses to appeal the Hunt Club decision Friday night at 6:30 at the Hometown Restaurant. 1218 N. Main St. Minimum contribution for the evening is $15. Reservations are required Call Sue Clark 372-1607. Francine Robinson. 375.4140 or Jo Ann Adams, 3785129. Sunspot: The Infirmary is sponsoring a free mole screening by a dermatologist on June 21 from 8 to II an by appointment only Call 392-1161, ext. 281. Karate: Cuong Nhu Karate class. ses for beginners will run from May 31 to June 19 The classes will start at 5.30 in the afternoonandwill meet on the lawn behind the Campus Shop and Bookstore on Tuesdays and Thursdays. and in the basement of Florida Gym on Fridays. Call 3723469. Dofand yournif: Anyone interested in self-defense and martial arts is invited to the Women's Gym where Isshinryu, a practice of self. defense, will be taught by a blackbelt instructor every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon from 4 30 to 6. It's .nonymous: The student group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Thursday evening at 8:30 in Reitz Union Room 357 Call Pat at 335-1796. ISSN 0889-2423 number 158 the independent florid& Nor officially amsociamed wta Wh* Unity os Forid. P ishud by Ca'pw Commu*4ion*. Inc ,i Goifsvhil, FL m.u.27e4. Ero Lucy Ch b. Cal OtChi M HthrTho. ManfaGing Efor Tracy BurIraome Ar Oraci.r .O ia.s. 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TH1URDAY,)JONE7, 199W, AIUJGATR, 3 Police to crack down on cars in bike lanes By AMY K. WILES AlligatorWnter In an effort to make campus roads safer for cyclists and pedestrians, UF police are planning to increase parking enforcement to keep bicycle lanes clear Of Unauthorized vehicles "nis is part of a campus-wide effort to insure that bike lanes and sidewalks are clear of motor vehicles," said UF police Chief Everett Stevens. "It's an issue of safety for bicyclists and pedestrians." UFpoliceand parking patrollers will hand out warnings to drivers parked in bicycle lanes this week, but will begin issuing $15 tickets Monday, June 11. The tickets will be issued to any vehicle in the bike lanes, regardless of whether the driver is there or not, UF police spokeswoman Angie lipton mid. "Officers will pay particular attention to the Stadium Road area at theHub and Bryant Hall,"'fipton said "We've been writing letters to vendors and have been contacting the Physical Plant and housing division to let them know that every vehicle will be included in this, not just the students' cars," Tipton said Tipton said the regulation will be enforced seven days a week, 24 hours a day. The plan to enforce the bike-lane parking has had mixed reviews, UF junior Matthew Trickey said he liked the idea. "I think it's great for bicyclists," Trickey said. I think in a bicycle lane I shouldn't have to worry about bumping into the backs of cars. Physical Plant worker Reginald Nattiel said he disliked the idea "I think it's a dumb rule, especially if someone is only going to leave the vehicle to go rght in and right out," Natuel said. I think state workers should be exempt from this rule "We had 31 bike accidents involving automobiles on campus last year," Tipton said. "Fortunately most of those were not senous injuries, but a few of the bicyclists required hospitalization. We have approximately 15.000 bikes and 28,000 cars. This is a big problem" Last Friday, UF student Robert Oh was hit by a car in front of the Florida Gym. "he bicyclist was thrown 15 feet and suffered severe facial lacerations when he hit the pavement." Tipton said "The driver was very remorseful and apolo getic, but that person's lying there on the pavement bleeding and you can't take that away "If you don't pay it and you get numerous tickets, you can lose your parking and driving privileges on campus," Tipton said 'An unpaid ticket can even keep a stu. dent from graduating There is an appeals process for students to go through when they've been issued a ticket they don't think is justi. fied." Clerk arrested for forgery A UP employee was arrested ibeiday fa for" g her host's Initials on papers to apprve a UP-financed round trip from Minst to Gainesville. hirty-yen-old Pabicia Sher' m, 104 1/2 NW Swenth St. was charged with one count of frgeay, a thrd-egree felony. UFipolicerecordushowshe was arrested at herjobasa derk for the departmentof ronanct la, guagsandtasstothwAlchua County JaIl. She was leased without bal Wednesday, but could not be reached for c nent. UF police spokeswoman Angle Tipton said Sherman Is chargedwith forgingtheinitdlJs of department chairman Rymond Gay-Crosier on a UF travel requet. She used the rn qust to buy a $124 USkr maud trip ticket on DEc, 19, 193. T t Gay-Croslr said he noticed the discrepancy Tellr and called UF polli. Shen had worked In the deputnt for two year, he sid. -MAmOIO Dow WEST 24' L*!B .a~t HtiY PAUi-ALIAIUR Wednesday afternoon driven had to tolerate heavy rain at the Intersection of University Avenue and 13th Street. Water woes persist despite rain By MELISSA SEGEL Alligator Writer Despite the recent rains in Gainesville, water restrictions are likely to continue through the summer, a UF professor said. Florida has been experiencing a water shortage for several years, said Dr. Louis Motz, associate professor of civil engineering. In response to this shortage, the St. Johns Water Management District, which controls north central Florida's water supply, established water restrictions Aug. 19, 1989. Assistant director of housing Sharon Blansett said her department is working on stickers to put in dormitory rest moms as reminders to students. Ile stickers encourage students to help save the Floridian Aquifer by turning off dripping faucets and limiting shower time. Senior maintenance superintendent Marvin Feagle said thedormitoriesuseshowerheadsthat limit water flow, allowing for two gallons a minute Normal shower heads allow 1/2 gallons a minute. Dormitories also use flush valves in the toilets to limit water flow. Dick Boe, associate director of Physical Plant, said UF follows the St. Johns water restrictions. "We have a schedule, but sometimes our limes get out of sync," he said. Richard Levin, a hydrologist at St. Johns, said the restrictions for commercial and domestic landscapes are different depending on the size of the land. Plots of less than five acres can water lawns and wash cars from 4 to 8 a.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. three daysaweek. Areasofland five acresormore, which includes UF, can use outdoor water from 12:01 to 8 a m. three days a week. The three days are determined by house number, Odd numbers can water Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Even numbers can water Tuesday. Thursday and Sunday People who live in apartments can wash their cars on the same days as houses, but according to (heir apartment numbers. Apartment complexes can water their grounds according to their street addresses There are no restrictions on fire and medical usage, and farms are limited to not watering between 10 a m. and 2 p m. every day, Levi said. "The purpose of these restrictions is to protect the water resources of the district from serious harm and to assume an equitable distribution of available resources," Levin said. The aquifer, where ground water is stored, is low due to lack of rain and increased usage, he said. The restrictions will probably stay the more until the area gets normal or above-normal rains. UF agronomist Ben Whitty said average rainfall is more than 52 inches a year. So far this year, rain levels are 2 inches below normal. The surnmerpattem of afternoon thunderstorms is beginning, Motz said. These showers produce most of the rainfall, but the amount is impossible to predict, he said. Violating the water restrictions is a second deree misdemeanor that can result in a fine up to 500 and/or up to 60 days in jail. Levin said officials have been enforcing the restrictions in Jacksonville and will be patrolling other areas soon. Commissioners back down on transitional housing By MAyHEW BAUER Allgator Writer The burden of social service agencies should be shared by all areas of the commually, city comnissioner said as they voted Monday night to remove their support from a transitional housing project In southeast Gainesvile. Commissioners voted 3.2 in support of withdrawing their letterofaupportfromMay 17, with Mayor-Commissioner Courtland Collier and Commissioner Tom McKnew voting against the measure, CalU flHEN daf falf lUVW~ Coffey stressed that withdrawal of the letter of support does not prevent the preparation for the housing from continuing -It only shows the commissIon's opposition to its location in the city's southeast district "Southeast Gainesville has been very generous for a long time," Long said. 'm not opposing the project Itself, I'm just saying it's time for the rest of the city to bear part of the burden." The proposed complex would be located at 510 SE Eighth SL, and would serve As temporary housing for battered women, homeless people and others making a tran The facility is a project of Alachua County Housing Authority, St. Francis House, United Way and a dozen other groups and would be boued at the Coy Thomas Apartmets presently on the site. The project would operate on a federal grant. Conimissioners reconsidered the matter after concerned residents, led by Dan Harmeling,formed a group called Southeast Residents Against the Transitional Housing Complex. Residents said they wer never consulted about creaing the project in their neighborhood. "We were never notified of what the site would be used for." Harmeling said. would have hoped that someone from the site committee would have talked to us. There were too many decisions made without talking to enough people in the area" Beth Butler of Another Way Housing, one of the project's organizers, said the project would be an asset to the area. "You can't check your neighbors police record, but that's what we do with these people."Butler said. iU we discover they are usingalcoholordrugs, theymustleve You can't do that with your neighbors? In other business, the commission voted see Maming, page 5

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the independentiflorida NpON I I'ci"y .,.oc,.la d wI!h 1 nI Ur, v % I Iy Q F rIda VOLUME 83, NUMBER 158 PubliShod by Campus Cpomunt.Imo In 0l G0,0. ITHURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1990 Hold your.APPLAUSE U.S. meets Japan in O'Dome .20 Growl producer wants good, clean family fun By PATRICIA LEE Alligator Wnter Gator Growl Producer Brian Guenther says he doesn't knowyet who this year'sentertainers will be, but he does know one thing -the show's humor will be cleaner and less offensive than last year. "We want to steer away from the vulgar skits without taking away the humor and variety," Guenther mid. Gator Growl, billed as the nation's largest student-run pep rally, is produced by Florida Blue Key, UF's prestigious leadership honorary, and is the capping event to a week of Homecoming festivities. Growl '90 is set for Oct. 19. Guenther said he hopes to sign performers by the first week in July. Although some students have suggested booking comedians such as Robin Williams and Billy Crystal, Guenther said he doesn't have any preference about who this year's two comedians should be. But he has eliminated some comedians from the list "We certainly won't have Andrew 'Dice' Clay or Sam Kinison," Guenther said. "They're a little off. color and they'd probably go a little too far." But what some worry may go "too far" are the skits meant to poke fun at campus life. In recent years, students, faculty and alumni have criticized Growl skits as being sexist, vulgar and unfunny. "Some people get bored with some of the skits. Hopefully we'll bring the humor back into it," Guenther said. "I didn't think the 'glory hole' skit was appropriate. I felt bad that my family was in the audience Is Guenther was referring to a skit in last year's show which depicted the Alligatoreditor and the student body president having sex through a "glory hole" in a men's restroom stall wall. The one sure thing about Growl '90, Guenther said, is the theme, 'Albert's Excellent Adventure." How the theme will be icorporated into the show has not been determined. For the concert, Blue Key and Student Government Productions are trying to book a band that won't cost too much so students can attend for free, as they did at last year's B-52s concert Students had to pay $8 in 1988 to se Cheap Trick at the Homecoming kick-off concert. And although students may not know yet what they'll get, they're not taking the chance of losing out on tickets This spring, for the first time, students are able to buy Growl coupons along with their football tickets. Organizers instituted the process to eliminate theline that kept some students see Growl, page 5 RWAb~kat aw---------gI~t buck et ya Architecture major Eddie Mastalenz, 21, blocks a spike Tuesday afternoon at the Broward volleyball courts. Fr Tax hike to benefit UF Legislators allocate $5 million for expansion By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer UF will receive more than $5 million from statelegislators thisyearfor building plans and renovations, thanks to a tax that will increase in July for the first time in 59 years and generate money to ease the overcrowding in classrooms across the state 'he money comes from a gross receipt tax, which state lawmakers raised from 1.5 percent to 2 percent during the session that ended Saturday. The tax has not been raised since it was placed on telephone and electric bills in 1931, state Education Com. missioner Betty Castor said Tuesday. The tax will increase .25 percent for the next two years and settle at 2.5 percent in 1992. 'he tax will raise about $614 million this year, money that goes into the Public Education Capital Outlay fund and is used exclusively for buildings and renovations in schools at every level. The state's nine public universities will get more than $122 Millon. Off the top of state universities' portion comes $40 million for asbestos removal and fire code violation repairs The remaking $80 million is divided among all nine schools. Thisyear's allotment is the largest facility budget in the history of Florida's universities, Castor said The tax increase is necessary to make room for the larger number of students applying to the universities and to alleviate overcrowded middle school classrooms, Castor said. She said many qualified applicants are being turned away from the universities because there is no room forthem "We have new dollars available ." Castor said. "Without them,we would have had to restrain growth." This year, UF will receive money from PECO for projects including purchasing see Tax, page 4 By MATTHEW SAUER Alligator Writer Some downtown clubs are upset with the City Commission's unanimous support of Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton's plan to charge for parking in the downtown amea on Friday and Saturday nights to help decrease crime in the area. Through the proposal, the police will barricade two downtown parking areas and charge downtown visitors $1 or $2 to park. The lots border the Market Street Pub, Uptown Manhattan, Central City and Club X Clifton said the revenue from the parking lots could pay for additional officers' overtime hour, to patrol the area after dark. Ed Cooper, copowner of the Market Street Pub, said he approved of police ef. forts to curb the gathering of non-patrons, butsaid hethinksthecity should have gone ahead and allocated the funds rather than creating a "special taxing district." "I think people will find other places to park rather than paying a dollar or two to park in the lots," Cooper said Because the area has plenty of parking lots, he said,police would have to barricade all of them to have a real impact. Central City manager Eileen Sharp said she thought the idea was unfair. "The people of Gainesville already pay taxes," Sharp said. "We pay for the police -we pay Clifton's salary. Why can't the city just add more police?" Sharp said she thought the idea would affect downtown businesses. "People are going to get tired of trying to find places to park and having to walk blocks to the clubs," Sharp said. "Eventually they're just going to find other places to go." Clifton said the number of fights and disturbances has increased as the crowds ban grown. City imposes parking fee near downtown nightclubs

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2.AJGATOR.TURDAY,JUNE7. 1990 COLLEGE NEWS Jl Booknapper arrested In Texas A history doctoral student was free on bond m College Station, Texas. after being arrested May 22 and charged with stealing about 600 books worth more than a half million dollars from universities in Texas, Florida and Louisiana. According to the Oracle, Charlton J Matovsky, a history major at Texas A & M University, was arrested May22 by the FBIland charged with interstate transportation of stolen property. Federal agents seized 60 books from Matovsky's College Station residence and more than 500 books from his home in Natchitoches, IA, said FBI Special Agent Andrew Duffin The books allegedly were stolen from libraries at Florida State University, Northwestern State University in Natchitoches and Texas A & M while Matovsky was a student at those universities. Four hundred of the books were stolen from FSU's Napoleon-French Revolution Collection, a section FSU has amassed during the past 29 years. If convicted, Matovsky could face 10 years in jail J Task force approves ethnic studies Members of the Task Force on Ethnicity at the University of Washington approved the final form of its set of recommendations on the Ethnic Studies Requirement to be submitted to the College of Arts and Sciences, according to The Daily. If approved by Dean Joe Norman and the Faculty Senate, the ESR will require students to take 10hours of ethnic studies classes as part of the Collegeof Arts and Sciences60-hour general education requirement. -AWOATOR STAI" REPORT WHAT'S HAPPENING Shabbat services: Student-led Shabbat services and dinner will be held at the Hillel Center. 16 NW 18th St .Friday night at 7. Please make paid dinner reservations by Friday afternoon at 1. Let's get together: The International Student Social Get-Together is offering an opportunity to meet one another, exchange concerns and offer support and mutual encouragement. The meeting will be at the St Augustine Catholic Church Student Center on West University Avenue R S V.P. and call Benjamin. 3778419. Be Informed: Alpha Phi Omega, Us national service fraternity, will hold an information meeting tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Room 122. All students are welcome. Call Mike RIbadeneyra, 372-7718 It's a dive: Gator Scuba Club is having its weekly meeting to plan volume 83 dive rips tonightat Sat Florida Pool classroom behind Florida Gym. Call David Green, 335-4313 Too liev. rw: Florida Crew Club will meet tonight at 9 to discuss Southeast regionals in Reitz Union Room 346 Anyone interested injoining the club should attend Call Karen. 395-7034 The hunt for donations: The Sier, ra Club and the Ad Hoc Coalition to Save Paynes Prairie are sponsoring a dinner to raise money for legal ex penses to appeal the Hunt Club decision Friday night at 6-30 at the Hometown Restaurant, 1218 N Main St Minimum contribution for the evening is $15. Reservations are required Call Sue Clark .372-1607. Francine Robinson. 375-4140 or Jo Ann Adams. 378-5129 Sunspot: The Infirmary is sponsorng a free mole screening by a dermatologist on June 21 from 8 to It a.m. by appointment only. Call 392-1161. ext 281. Karate: Cuong Nhu Karate clas,ses for beginners will run from May 31 to June 19. The classes will start at 5:30 in the afternoon andwill meet on the lawn behind the Campus Shop and Bookstore on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and in the basement of Florida Gym on Fridays. Call 3723469. Defend yoursen: Anyone interested in self-defense and martial arte is invited to the Women's Gym where !sshinrnyu, a practice of selfdefense, will be taught by a blackbelt instructor every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon from 4.30 to 6. It's anonymous: The student group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Thursday evening at 8:30 in Reitz Union Room 357. Call Pat at 335.1796. number 158 the independast forid. 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TH URDAY. JUNE 7, 1910, ALLIGAMR. 3 Police to crack down on cars in bike lanes By AMY K. WILES Alligator Wnter In an effortt to make campus roads safer for cyclists and pedestrians. IF police are planning to increase parking enforcement to keep bicycle lanes clear of unauthorized vehicles "This is part of a campus-wide effort to insure that bike lanes and sidewalks are clear of motor vehicles," said UF police Chief Everett Stevens, "It's an issue of safety for bicyclists and pedestrians." UFpoliceand parking patrollers will hand out warnings to drivers parked in bicycle lanes this week, but will begin issuing $15 tickets Monday, June 11. The tickets will be issued to any vehicle in the bike lanes, regardless of whether the driver is there or not, UF police spokeswoman Angie lipton said. "Officers will pay particular attention to the Stadium Road area at the Hub and Bryant Hall,"Tipton said We've been wring letters to vendors and have been contacting the Physical Plant and housing division to let them know that every vehicle will be included in this, not just the students' cars, Tipton said. lipton mid the regulation will be enforced seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Theplan to enforce the bike-jane parking has had mixed reviews. UF junior Matthew Tnckey said he liked the idea. "I think it's great for bicyclists," Tricky said. "I think in a bicycle lane I shouldn't have to worry about bumping into the backs of cars. l'hysical Plant worker Reginald Nattiel said he disliked the idea "I think it's a dumb rule, especially if someone is only going to leave the vehicle to go right in and right out," Nattiel said "I think state workers should be exempt from this rule "We had 31 bike accidents involving automobiles on campus last year," Tipton said "Fortu. nately most of those were not serious injuries, but a few of the bicyclists required hospitalization. We have approximately 15,000 bikes and 28,000 cars. This isa big problem." Last Friday, UF student Robert Oh was hit by a car in front of the Florida Gym. 'The bicyclist was throw, 15 feet and suffered severe facial lacerations when he hit the pave meit" lipton said "The driver was very remorseful and apologetic, but that person's lying there on the pavement bleeding and you can't take that away "If you don't pay it and you get numerous tickets, you can lose your parking and driving privileges on campus,"Tipton said. "An unpaid ticket can even keep a student from graduating. There is an appeals process for students to go through when they've been issued a ticket they don't think is justified." Clerk arrested for forgery A UP employee was arrested uesday for forging her bosss Initials on papers to appOve a UIF-financed round trip from Miam to Gainevi 7Thrity-yearsold Patricia Sher. ma, 104 1/2 NW Seventh S., wat charged with one count of ,athlrd-degrse felony. UI rLers show sh was .rrestedathejobaaierkfor the depatnent of romance lan. guwgeandtakentoAe Alachu County Jail. She was iessed without ball Wednesday, but could not be reached BAr cal meant. UF police spokeswoman Angle Tipton said Sherman Is chargedwith forgingthelnitials of department chairman Raymond Gay-Crosler on a UP travel quet. She uMd the re questtobuya$124USAirround trip ticket on Dec. 19, 190, ipbon R.K GaiCw.Ser said he noticed the discrepancy Tuesday and called UP police. Sherna hed worked in the dpmtwnut for two yea, he said. -MA*Ay BMWu UEBy Pn E-ALLKtAItR Wednesday aftemoon drivers had to tolerate heavy rain at the intersection of University Avenue and 13th Street. Water woes persist despite rain By MELISSA SEEL Alligator Writer Despite the recent rains in Gainesville, water restrictions ae likely to continue through the summer, a UF professor said. Florida has been experiencing a water shortage for several years, said Dr. Louis Motz, associate professor of civil engineering In response to this shortage, the St. Johns Water Management District, which controls north central Florida's water supply, established water restrictions Aug. 19, 1989. Assistant director of housing Sharon Blansett said her department is working on stickers to put in dormitory rst moms as reminders to students. Ile stickers encourage students to help save the Floridian Aquifer by turning off dripping faucets and limiting shower time. Senior maintenance superintendent Marvin Fea. gle said the dormitories use shower heads that limit water flow, allowing for two gallons a minute. Normal shower heads allow 31/2 gallons a minute. Dormitories also use flush valves in the toilets to limit water flow. Dick Boe, associate director of Physical Plant, said UP follows the St. Johns water restrictions. "We have a schedule, but sometimes our times get out of sync," he said. Richard IRvin, a hydrologist at St, Johns, said the restrictions for commercial and domestic landscapes are different depending on the size of the land. Plots of less than five acres can water lawns and wash cars from 4 to 8 a.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. three daysa week. Areasofland flveacres or more, which includes U?, can use outdoor water from 12:01 to 8 a.m. three days a week The three days are determined by house numher Odd numbers can water Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Even numbers can water Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, People who live in apartments can wash their cars on the same days as houses, but according to their apartment numbers Apartment complexes can water their grounds according to their street addresses. There are no restrictions on fire and medical usage, and farms are limited to not watering between 10 a m. and 2 p m. every day, Levin said. 'The purpose of these restrictions is to protect the water resources of the district from serious harm and to assure an equitable distribution of available resources" Levin said 'Te aquifer, where ground water is stored, is low due to lack of rain and increased usage, he said. The restrictions will probably stay the same until the area gets normal or above-normal rains. [F agronomist Ben Whitty said average rainfall is more than 52 inches a year. So far this year, rain levels are 2 inches below normal. The summer pattern of afternoon thunderstorms is beginning, Motz said. These showers produce most of the rainfall. but the amount is impossible to predict, he said. Violating the water restrictions is a second deree misdemeanor that can result in a fine up to 500 and/or up to 60 days in jail. [nin said officials have been enforcing the restrictions in Jacksonville and will be patrolling other areas soon. Commissioners back down on transitional housing By MATEW SAUER Alligator WrIter 'Me burden of social service agencies should be shared by all areas of the commu. nity, city connisiloners said as they voted Monday night to remove their support from a transitional housing project In southeast Gainesville Commissioners voted 3-2 in support of withdrawing their letterofsupportfromMay 17, with Mayor-Coninssioner Courtland Collier and Commissioner Tom McKnew voting against the measure, Cdftmififnrrdaft# ?Mn d rm Coffey stressed that withdrawal of the letter of support does not prevent the preparation for the housing from continuing -it only show, the commission's opposition to its location in the city's southeast district. "Southeast Gainesville has been very generous for a long time, LAng said. "I'm not opposing the project Itself, Pm just saying i's time for the rest of the city to bear part of the burden." ne proposed complex would be located at 510 SE Eighth St., and would serve as temporary housing for battered women homeless people and others making a ernThe facility isaprojectof Alachua County Housing Authority, St. Francis House, United Way and a dozen other groups and would be housed at the Coy Thomas Apart. mens presently on the site. The project would operate on a federal grant. Commissioners reconsidered the matter after concerned residents, led by Dan Hamnneling, formed a group called Southeast Residents Against the Transitional Housing Complex. Resident, said they wert never consulted about creating the project in their neighborhood. "We were never notified of what the site would be used for, Harmlingsald."would have hoped that someone fro the site committee would have talked to us. There were too many decisions made without talking to enough people in the area' Beth Butlerof AnotherWay Housing, one of the project's organizers, said the project would be an asset to the area. "You can't check your neighbors police record, but that's what we do with these people," Butlersaid."If wediscovertheyare using alcohol or drugs, they mustleave. You can't do that with your neighbors. In other business, the commission voted see Housing, page 5

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ELSEWHERE Judge: 2 Live Cre FORT LAUDERDALE (UPI) -A sexually explicit album by the Miami rap group 2 Live Crew is obscene because it vividly depicts sexual acts and lacks any redeeming social value, a federal judge ruled Wednesday "The recording 'As Nasty As Tey Wanrna Be' taken as a whole islegally obscene" US District judge Jose Gonzalez said in a 62-page ruling. Gonzalez, however, said his finding does not mean the rap group is guilty of any crime, although he did leave open the possibility of prosecution. The ruling represented only a partial victory for Broward County Sheriff Nick Navarro, who had sought to block the sale of the album in his county. Gonzalez ruled Navarro acted unconstitutionally when he threatened to arrest music store operators for selling the album earlier this year. 'The action of the Broward County Sheriffs Office in threatening retail music stores with arrest for selling the'Nasty'recording and presenting them with a copy of a probable cause order is hereby declared unconstitutional as an improper prior restraint of free speech," Gonzalez ruled. Gonzalez permanently enjoined Navarro from threatening music store operators with arrest for selling allegedly obscene materials. "Prior restraints are repugnant to the nght of free speech," the judge wrote. "It is the court's and not non-judicial officials who must decide whether a specific work is obscene." Gonzalez heard two days of testimony in May after 2 Live Crew went into federal court to challenge Navarro's action. The controversial album has been declared obscene in at least eight Florida counties, including DeSoto, w album obscene FIlagler, Lake, Manatee, Putnam, St Johns. Sarasota and Volusia A lawyer for the rap group vowed to appeal, "It will be appealed, absolutely. The only issue now is was he (the judge) right? Frankly, I'm surprised at the decision," said attorney Bruce Rogow The judge said he considered the album as a whole when judging it. "The key to judging the 'Nasty' recording is to consider it as a whole," the judge wrote. "2 Live Crew has 'borrowed' components called 'riffs' from other artists. Taking the work in its entirety, the several nffs do not lift'Nasty' to the level of a serious artistic work. Once the riffs are removed, all that remains is the rhythmand theexplicitsexu allyrcswhich are utterly without any redeeming social value," Gonzalez said The judge also found that the album appealed to prurient interests, and was patently offensive -two other tests used by federal courts to determine obscenity. "The recording depicts sexual conduct in graphic detail. The specificity of the descriptions makes the audio message analogous to a cament with a zoom lens, focusing on the sights and sounds of various ultimate sex acts," the judge said. "The depictions of ultimate sexual acts are so vivid that they are hard to distinguish from seeing the same conduct described in the words of a book, or in pictures and periodicals and films. The evident goal of this particular recording is to reproduce the sexual act through musical lyrics. It is an appeal directed to 'dirty' thoughts and the loins, not to the intellect and the mind." However, Gonzalez said the nulingdid notconstitbte a criminal finding. Shuttle to be taken off pad for repairs CAPE CANAVERAL (UPI) -Engineers pumped liquid hydrogen aboard the shuttle Columbia Wednesday, confirming a leak in a critical fuel line fitting that will require a trip back to the hangar for repairs, possibly delaying launch to early August. While the exact location of the leak was not immediately clear, the 2 1/2-hour fueling test confirmed that it only shows up when supercold liquid hydrogen is pumped through a critical "quick disconnect" fitting where the ship's 17-inch-wide fuel line enters the belly of the orbiter. "We were somewhat successful (finding the leak) and that's good," said launch director Robert Sieck "Unfortunately, we don't like what we found. "We did confirm there is a leak in the cavity. where the propellant lines go between the orbiter and the externaltank. Inordertofixanythingin thisareawe're going to have to (remove) the orbiter from the tank." He said the test results appeared possibility of a problem that can be TAX from page I equipment for the business college's Bryan Hall, planning and constructing a wing in the Veterinary Medicine building and planning and constructing a waste water treatment plant. UF Governmental Relations Vice President Al Alsobrook said although the increased tax won't solve all of UFs space problems, to eliminate any corrected at the launch pad, although additional test. are planned to further refine knowledge of the leak's location. In any case. Columbia is expected to be hauled back to its hangar sometime next week for extensive repairs that could delay launch until early August, after a July flight by the shuttle Atlantis. "We don't see anything that's going to keep us from having to travel to the Vehicle Assembly Building based on today's test results," Seick said. "I think it's a given." He said a new launch date will not be set until engineers determine what repairs will be needed. "I's a complex system and things don't always go per the plan," he said. 'Our goal is to fly when the vehicle's ready to fly and afety's the first priority. We've got an item here that we absolutely have got to put to bed. And we're going to do that. The leak in located somewhere in the area where the shuttle's primary 17-Inch-wide fuel line butts up against the belly of the orbiter. it's definitely a start "We were scratching the bottom of the barrel for money" before the tax increaSe, Alsobrook said. Castor said getting money out of legislator. to hire faculty once the classrooms are built will be much easier than finding money for buildings because the classrooms am the first and hardest step. She also said Florida has a large mpport group" of teachers who will encourage legislators to give the schools moe money to add profes sors. Florida's overcrowded universitie, and lack of failiies can be blamed on the state's enormous population growth, which the governent wasn't prepared for, Cat said. "(he tax) reflects the tremendous need thafls out there because we're such a big state." Castor said. "Ihar. the best news story for higher education." 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THURSDAY.JUNE 7. 1990. AJJGAOR,5 Benefit concert to aid government-displaced Indians By JOANNA GOLTZMAN Alligator Writer By attending a benefit concert featuring local bands such as N Dolphin, The Green, and Janet Rucker and Cathy DeWitt, UF students can help Navajo and Hopi Indians in Arizona to remain on their land. Veterans for Peace member Jim Creaven said residents of Big Mountain, a Navajo and Hopi Indian reservation in Arizona, are being moved into houses in the surrounding cities because the government wants their land. "The government is trying to relocate these people because lots of coal and uranium have been found on the reservation," Craven said. "Thesw people are living on GROWL from pa 1 waiting last year for up to four hours. An exact number was not wilable. but Athletic Association assistant ticket manager Sara Poss said about one-third of the student tickets have been sold. Student tickets are $6 and are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Any leftover tickets will be sold as guest passes Oct. 8 and 9. Another new factor that may affect the way Growl will be handled is the ground under the entertainers' feet. The artificial turf at Florida Field was removed and is being replaced by natural grass in time for the football season. Because natural grass is more delicate and require more attention and care, Growl officials may face some restrictions on howthey can set upthe show. Guenther will meet with Athletic Association representative. Wednesday to discuss plans. HOusING from page 3 unanimously In support of opposing the helicopter landing site proposed by the University of Floridd's Athletic Assoclaion. Responding to a recommendation by Thnomas Rider, spokesman for the are's land that the government gave to them As soon as it's profitable, the U.S. takes it away, and these people are left to suffer To help the Indians, Gainesville Veterans for Peace, Orlando Big Mountain Support Group and Gainesville Ethos are sponsoring a concert to raise money and awareness, organizers said The concert will be held tomorrow night outside the Baird Center, 619 S. Main St. It is scheduled to begin at 8:30 and will last about four hours. Tickets will be sold for $5 at the gate and those attending also may bring donations of flour, corn meal, sugar, coffee, powdered milk and blankets. The Indian elders of Big Mountain also have asked the Veterans Peace Action Team to organize a convoy to help the Indians Guenther met with UF police officials Tuesday to discuss Growl security, which UF police spokeswoman Angie Tipton said will be "very tough." A total of 30 officers from UF, Gainesville police and the sheriff's office have been added to the force of deputies working Growl. "We'll have officers stationed in the stands prior to the start of Growl," lipton mid, The officers will be especially on the lookout forpeople who try to sneak alcohol into the stadium, Tipton said. Those who do will be thrown out and possibly arrested, she said. Security will be so strict that anyone participating in the traditional paper fight before the start of the show also may be forced to leave. "Throwing objects of any kind in the stadium is illegal and dangerous,"shesaid, "We're going to do what we can to prevent (the paper fight)." neighborhood association, commissioners voted to oppose the landing site should a hearing by the Florida Department of Transportation fail to do so. CommissIoners said the Athletic Amoclation, which is incorporated separately from UF, Is not outside the city's compim hensive plan and is subject to zoning restrictions. remain on their reservation, Creaven said This team is the same group that is responsible for similar convoys to Nicaragua and El Salvador. The nationwide kickoff for the convoy was held on Wednesday People are traveling to Big Mountain by car and truck from all parts of the United States. The convoy will be carrying supplies to the Indians and will help to inform the American public about the situation at Big Mountain, said Jeannie Economos, a Big Mountain Support Group member. "Many people in Europe consider this situation to be avast human rightsviolation," Economos said. "There are Big Mountain support groups in Japan, Italy, France, and Germany." Although the government has made attempts to help the Indians relocate, they have not followed through with their intenions, Fconomos said. lhe relocation program has spent millions of dollars more than their intended budget on building houses for the Indians, but the Indians are not used to lving in houses." Economos said. "Although electncity and water were brought into the area, the supplies have not been hooked up to the houses. And besides adjusting to a new home, the relocated Indians must learn to cope with a different way of life This is something the government does not prepare them for, Creaven said. 1/2mileeltof 441 onSte tad318. Evtgs 7p~m. 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h AU;AoR,'UIRSDAY. JUNE 7 1990 OPINIONS Darts & laurels DART to Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton for blocking off two parking lots downtown and charging admission and parking. The lots are just off Southwest First Avenue and serve about a dozen clubs in the area, including Central City, Club X and Market Street Pub. Clifton says he's doing this to stop the loitering, vandalism and unruly behavior that seems to be attracted to the area. Funny. That argument sounds really familiar. In fact, it was the same reasoning behind closing bottle clubs three years ago -to get rid of unruly behavior and stop vandalism and litter problems. In 1987, police officials said bottle clubs cause crime. City officials gasped and a study was done. Despite unsubstantiated links between bottle clubs and downtown crime, city officials banned alcohol consumption in public places after 2 a.m. and in effect, closed the clubs. Now, the cause of downtown crime appears to be unregulated parking lots. Closing clubs didn't get rid of the crime and vandalism that officials said it would. Patrolling parking lots won't either. Restricting access to parking lots won't stop unwanted behavior. If people want to loiter and spray paint on walls, they will find some place else to do it. Instead, police and city officials should think of some place else the people can go. And yes, maybe keeping some clubs open past 2 a.m. would be a good place to start. IAUREL to City Commissioner Tom McKnew for making plans to write a bi-monthly column in The Alligator directed to students and their concerns. After our dart to him last week, he called and came in to talk to our editor. He will start the columns sometime Summer B and begin them regularly in the Fall. Read them when they come out and write in responses. Students should use this forum to let their elected officials know what they are concerned about and how they should handle some local issues. If no one gives McKnew direction, they can't complain when he veers astray. And a warning DART to Student Government officials who are thinking about changing Campus Organized Against Rape. COAR is a nationally known, successful student group that serves to educate people about rape. SG leaders will decide in the next two weeks whether to stop paying for COAR's four peer educators. Their concerns are understandable. They say they are trying to stop the political games that have plagued the group and jeopardized its funding for the last two years. But they need to realize that if they stop paying for the counselors, the goal of the group will be snuffed. Infirmary director Boyd Kellett has said he would pick up the financial slack, but that means initiating a new program in the Infirmary, not funding COAR. We don't know why Kellett proposes creating a new program when COAR works just fine. And the people in the Infirmary that we asked couldn't tell us either. COAR has been the model of hundreds of similar programs around the country. COAR needs to remain student-funded so it can stay the way it is. And SG officials need to realize that the Infirmary would not just pick up the price tag but disregard it and start something new. We hope that's not what elected student officials had in mind. alligator Editor L.cy Chabot Manaing Editor Tracy Budingame Otti ions Editor M.D. Cumefla fLet Pei= se --a enas -a assa 2an (fltn -e *IpOLD SWnu -e ismi .n .a -*4 .-ms W. -e as If)J w. sw an h -. tow we wia .me W Society to blame, not press coverage Editor: I just finished reading David Padgett's letter to the editor concerning the glamorization of white criminals in the May 29 Al. ligator. You're right, Mr. Padgett. Blacks aren't receiving enough credit for the crimes they commit, which is unfair, because blacks are committing much momcrime than their white counterparts. I would love to see the "young, talented, intelligent black men," as you caged them, who brutally murdared my fraternity brother (Ronald Worth Willis), get much more cada attention. I want the entire world to know what scum they are. I am sure however, Mr. Padgett, that if that were the case, you would be the first to criticize the media for exploiting these fine, young men. Blacks commit more crime per capital than ay other race in the United StateL. Why In that Mr. Padgett? As you have pointed ot, it is't because they ame becoming aros from It. Doblacksjust have a natural propensity to commit crime? I think not. They are products of their environments. I realize your motivation Is black awarines; and equality, but don't lose asit of yourresponsibility as a human beag. Don't try to glry or vindicate any miurderets actions, regardless of skide color. Perhaps you should devote more of your done to trying to change this crime-conducive environment ratherthan eekingbett r publicity Ae the at. Did It aver occur to you that local newspapers an stories about David Rowe because people waited ft understand why a 14yearld bey would brutally attack an innocent young lady with no apparent, sane motive? The "Steak n Shake" killing showed a very clear-cut motive. There was nothing to glorify only much to moun You have seemingly tried to place the blame on the white race, when, in tact, our entire society (which you and I both belong to) is at fault. I am reasonably certain that if a black person attempted to ass, sinate the president of the United States, asJohn Hinkley Jr. did, that he or she would receive plenty of ourtime. Inthecsesthanyoucited however (such as Alexander Albritton's case), the only further publicity Iwould care to hear about him is the news of his execution. Albritton is public enemy num-. herons to all of us (blacks, whites, rds and yellows). He allegedly put a bullet through my brother's head at point blank range with no motivation whatsoever. Explain to me what story about him needs to be told. As for Washington, D.C Mayor Marion Bary,lI certainly thlinkyou could have found a better Illustration. This man is a cancer on society who needs to be removed, not admired. He is the mayor of our nation's capitol. He was saup posedly caught smoking crack cocaine with a prostitute. Further more, he has mismanaged Washington into one of the mst corrupt local governments in America. while personally adding toD.C.'soutonfwntryorlaseree. Then he has the audacity to nun for reelection. Perhaps you should ciesd your energies enlightening your fellw blacks who elected this piece of garqbae into office. You and L a. members of our society, have a responilbiity to do whser we an to try a d ha lobe m had maladies in our nation, not glorify them. Daniel Man .And thank you for your support Editor: All of us involved with the Lady Gatar tennis program would like to take this opportunity to thank the fans for their support, not only during the National Collegiite Athletic Association Tennis Championships, but throughout the year. A big factor to our success duringtheNCAA'sWamyourcheer. ing and encouragement when things were going tough. You seemed to bring out the best in us when the going got rough. It was your participation that impressed all visiting schools with your faines to them during our mathm andyetyhe wereamazed ato how loud you were when we mxceied.You Intimidated them by your numbers. You put Gainesville on the ma You put yourselves in class by ibselfithe p.niderwsppOtZoUP itnwens ternit You have niade us wortader. You have made Up de pims to be in women'i ohege tat We kW d we wil aveyu COeW~ giqf In the yew to coi, aid mwm mke youproud of Our accomipliflents so far and thes yet to can To you we dedicate this great yeariatd hope yn t year. With your set, we W accomplish or*Sp oiagdsoldomiltmin ti See you Rngs you and GO GATOTSL Tem .d -W a Mt a, $KWHEA$ 4 11 TQDAY MCZOLD6T5 ANNOONQD THE DisCoVwRY OEA NEW LWER LFE FQMO r 8 2,Vq ,, Wn 10 0,

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Thursday, June 7, 1990 o APPLAUSE 7 Wants To Be A Star Pe orming InSitence STORY BY CHET LaBARR 4 PHOTOS BY ROBY PAGE The Children's Theatre for the Deaf is a local stage group that is relatively unknown compared to other Gainesville theater circuits, although it has been in operation for more than four years and is the only theater for the deaf in the nation that makes exclusive use of child actors in its productions. The theater is the brainchild of Sybil Odum, who appeared in several Gainesville plays, most recently in Gary Gordon's The Life and Times of Abbie Hoffman last year. She has two UF degrees, one in speech pathology and audiology and another in theater. Usually Odom presents twoshowsa year,oneduring the spring and anotherduring the fall. Her latest play, Pirates!, premieres Friday at the Oaks Hill Performing Arts Center. Her idea for the theater came when the kids she was teaching at after-school sign-language dases were getting too old to continue taking classes with her. But she wasn't ready to let them go. Ad3Ceipsr pupsmt us& kpibtSasuI has 5 a ............o ................... 7

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* 1/2 Total Recall Litchfield, Oaks Four West rotal Recalls director Paul Verhoeven (Robocop) delights in getting blood pumping only to have copious amounts spurt, spray, gush and fly in innumerable patcircunmsta F, ians of warenegger's artoonish rW rci C s an f nt and hoeven's lent streak will n betrayed Fill s e-fiction aficionados who revel in a director's sensationalist vision of the future The opening of Total Recall is stocked with innovative and amusing future world paraphernalia The Rekall industry's clientele want their vacant brains packed with thrilling adventure, blissful sex and elaborate, safe vacations in the form of memory implants Without ever leaving the Rekall laboratory, Doug Quaid (Schwarzenegger) can experience two weeks of vacation memory, with the possibility of scrambled brains lingering in the background Quaid s able choose righteningly spe or esire for a fem ed t e guise he' his Rekall AH the fascist glee of the standard Schwarzenegger character shines through when he picks "secret agent" Verhoeven has attempted to inject the visual excess of the science-fiction film with a psychological twist, suggesting that Quaid's secret agent Rekall "memory" may in fact be reality From the time Quaid is injected with the Rekall serum, the audience is slapped open-palmed with the exstential question of what is real and what is a dream Schwareenigger fans and philosophers are urged to see Total Recall if only to watch Schwarienegger/Quaid ponder such heady dilemmas as, "Okay then, if I'm not me, who the hell am I then?" and "If it is my delusion, who the hell invited your" The real impact of Total Recall is in the first hour when the sciencefiction world is established with a James Bondian look at the gadgetry ofthe future Thesteady rise of the narrative and the claustrophobic Earth environment, however, give way to the more gimmicky-Mars second half of the film, where more of Schwarzenegger's dialogue is mvested with obscenities meant to illict cheap laughs The conclusion of the film is unbearably cliche Thenecessityof a positive ending in Total Recall makes the plot fulfillment of the last half hour tedious and predi able After an amusing first hot and slower second, Total Rec could not stand a second view,, BY FELICIA FEAST rtings lbaed on four-star scale Center (372-5347) Back to the inu~g~LMaeltoisaefur Mon, Teenage Mutant Ninje Thrts Cinema N Drathen. (3764848) tbq bfl Litchfield (3360408) Amid Ta, J fw M n, Driving Min Daisy, Fhbno y ,Tafs from the Dark Side, ToalResE Oaks Four Wedf (3314116) Itd real Recall Oaks Six Eit (31-610) to the Funum Il, Casi.en iFkd*M, hrnfin, Thse2 "yHerpich" -S he (37&"24N AW U0 NMI III m, S Draw ig S est"Mn fl7 ads, MStn, EDNW q Ml Park 4J FrenCh Quarter NOW LEASING FOR FALL 2 Bedrooms starting at $350= month Furn, Unfurn Ceiling fans 2 sem leases avail A Student Community minutes from campus & shopping 999-1001 SW 16 Ave 9-430 Weekdavs 378-3771 $1.00 OFF A DOZEN DONUT $1e00 OFF A DOZEN OONUTSI Oecbfo ascutoe now Avandwbseat wa.diplg @Of Soop must onupon 3518 SW Arret Rd I in Butler Plaza M mma knwtnh the trp. Offer Goods thru.~ Open 24 hours 7 days a week iMIgpjil nIpteunm iy Find someone special. Advetlse in lb. Algar clossifieds. 373-4ND IPO 4J1ifi 7, t11 -I THEY'RE ON THEIR WAY. .. So. ..ADVERTISE in the itSTE ED] IDED ITIG F, ~I DEADLINES: The New Student Edition will be distributed during the week of August 20th, 1990 to over 5,000 new students and thousands of rmorning Students, This means 5.000 NEW customers for your business Publication Date: Aug, 20, 1990 jjMrpcndrilu ental 'M"1" ar 1S Deadline .Wed Jun. 13, lid. 10% discount 2nd Deadline. .Itjn Jeff 3,10m. 7% discount 3rd eadln, .Wed, .Ju It, IW0 .,. S% diunt 4th Deadine .._ Wed. Ju4 2a, IM.Nio discount OAKS MAL. COPY ..J*4 IS, 10 (Deadlin. and add|ihn| d iaCn mWi) Dlscouns am. lanata by plading your ad by one of hse varly dmd u hever no early deadlin. ad may be alterid In any way osce the deadine hi pSand. ADVE T SING 376-4482 Village Townhouses or flats 3 pools 3 laundries Study Hall Rec Hall [fl !1 41a 0111 Lllis &71rm Alt r4o .Fillim I Ass, ,%Rl

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Because APPLAUSE had so much fun hearing about your most-hated musical heroes, last week we asked you to tell us about those television stars that you hate to hate. Once again your responses were loud, angry and often profane. The butt of most of your loathing was talk-show god Geraldo Rivera. Todd would like to pin not his picture, not his photo, but Geraldo in the flesh, fullyclothed, to the wall. "Pin him to the wall and gouge his eyes out," Todd said. "I'd like to gouge them out with a dictionary cause the guy obviously is illiterate." Hmmm, sounds kind of personal. Mary also called with some cheap Geraldo criticism. "First chop his ugly nose off and gouge his eyes out," she instructed. "And APPLAUSE W the weekly he still wouldn't look any better." e"''"""n suPPlent Doogie Howser got his share of criticism, too. s Independent Fimler AR e edglen Jmmy Imp~, Tracy wants to pin him to the wall, gouge his eyes ai ilnn deaske a. mgan out and send him back to middle school where he belongs. And Jenny is equally disgusted with "the lady that plays group leader on "Dear John" with the whiny, obnoxious, nasal, British accent." Wow, she sounds bad enough to provoke suicide, Jenny. Also mentioned was MTV's Kevin Seal, who makes one guy want to destroy his television set, and Rudy from "The Cosby Show," who Bryan (with a "Y," not an "I") hates because she's always so happy. Don't worry, Bryan, be happy. And last, but not least, was the response from John, Steve, Mike and Ashley: "One, two, th ree .Ma cG YV ER!!!!!!!!" Thanks guys and remember not to sit too close to the television set. This week APPLAUSE has a special treat for all its loyal readers. We want you to call 3764511 and let us know what's on your mind. Speak up and let your 1 voice be heard. What are you iM NEWOMNS waiting for? LA.ck, destroy fl leie.i4sto sell Central City Silos (Tues) [374-80021 Charlie's Tom Wilbur (Thurm), The Crosswinds Band (Fri, Sat), Tom Wilbur (Wed) [371-80691 Dub's Battle of the Bands (Thurs, Fri, Sat) 1378-53591 Einstein A Go Go Souled American (Fri) Caterwaul and best beBts Driving Miss Daisy, Alfred Arson Garden 11-246-40731 Gathering Lounge The Time Machine 1332-75001 Hardback Cafe Tone Unknown and Play Pen (Fri), Stabilizer and Wanksister(Sat), Common Thread (Tues) [372-6248 Lillians Beat Street [372-10101 Market Street Pub Nine 0'Clock Quartet (Fri), Har Pitzer (Sat), Brit and Jack (Sun) [3772927! Metropolis Inner Circle (Fri) [1-355-64101 Napolatono's Gary Gordon (Thurs), Last Lane (Fri, Sat) 133266711 Richenbacher's Collage (Thurs), Vova Nova (Fri, Sat), Grease the Cat (Tues, Wed) [37553631 Several Gainesville poets will read their work at the Hardback Cafe on Thursday at S p.m. The poets will be Russell Benjamin, Kathy Freeperson, Jan Swanson, Paul Cohen and Steven Cohen. Music will follow the poetry Admission is by donation, and refreshments may be purchased as well as books by the authors. Call Kathy Freeperson at 375-7413 for mor info. Uhry's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, will be presented at the Hippodrome Theatre beginning Friday and will ran through July 1. The play is about an independent white Southern woman, her equally headstrong black chauffeur and the enduring friendshipthat develops between them. Tickets are$10 tosis, depending on the day of the week and seat location, and S6 for senior citizens and students with a valid fee card Call Polly Anderson at 373-5968 for more info The Florida Players continues its summer season with Brilliant Tracts, opening Friday at 8:15 p.m. Cindy Lou Johnson's play brings to life the world of two confused people and their struggle for emotional survival. The production will take place in UFs Stage Two Theatre. Tickets are $5.50 for the general public and 25 cents for Up students with a valid fai card. Call 392-1653 for more info. ARAM THAM 'I

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VIOLATIF It was better than sex And no, I m not referrig to Bennigan's ever-popular Death By Chocolate, which comes pretty darn close in my book I mean the Dfepech Mode concertt in St Petersburg last Saturday night Usually the idea of football field's length av43* of guys singing a bunch ofh 1000 times already seems bf d (ullhble e n Cod knows tter things to do %sith my monev (V and lothmng myvself come to mind ) f have no regrets No complaints about verly Imoils security peo: with hu ips on their shoulders and ad tr honev" giants in theft I Mv guess is they w Witty fans witsi =Qne ss to say I spent rig h tfu l sea t .w I N FV home about We br me seconds after they w s 10, e way Everyone seated ont oor mu her be related to and/or have slept wit ember of the band Or bought oti a sec guard Even so, I must admit to e Ing the whole thing rather profusely, g Ing carried away and the like I came within mallimeters of crying like a blithering idiot when Martin Gore soloed on "Stripped And I haven't done anything so simperinglv girlish as that since E T I swear World Violation is Depeche Mode's bigTHE WORLD OVER gest U S tour to date, and it begins in our humble stie then goes to Japan and Austria, and ends in Europe in December The band's Violator album has gone platinum and currently resides in Billboard magazine's top 10 Depeche Mode's only U S press conference for the tour was held at the new Hard Rotk Cafe on the Universal Studios lot n Orlando on May 30 [ Went Neat place an Wilder was group's unoffaspokesman "The first couple of times we toured in America we did ty small clubs," .said "We nt really see going that much further All that has changed now, ofcourse Their 1990 U S tour will take them through SO concerts in 34 cities And does Depeche Mode see any major differences between American audiences and European audienceos "Americans are a bit more brash," Alan admits 'There's a bit more screaming over here No kidding. In light of its comparatively recent commercial success, Alan says Depeche Mode is very aware that there's an alternative base that has built up over the years with certain radio stations 'We area little bit skeptical about the fact that perhaps nw that wove had one of the recent Top 40 best that it may well dis appear again,' he says (Bite your tongue, Al ) "So we're not going to forgetabout th way we were, an we're certain nol going to to their I formats, r mats Alan attr Depeche M going su amidst the plethora of "disposable, happygo-lucky bands" to the simple (act that they will only put out quality material They refuse to fall into the habit of spitting out half-assed material lust to keep their girlfriends in fur coats Hence, no bad albums and no dissension in the ranks Hence, a band that's practically geriatric (in the best possible sense of the word) It has been around for so long -10 years and seven albums long, to be exact The Violation tour emphasizes newer BY KATHY VALLADARES material "Everything Counts" is the oldest song scheduled to be performed, and 1983 is as far back as they'll go for tour material This is good news The Violator album is, well, an improvement over the last album, which was, quite simply, auditory perec. tion Or really, really close I do not exaggerate Depe Mode has managed to do the nearly ssible -put out a financially succes ant of an album without stooping to less New on the Block (shud mmerci ecently, fans of ver ra looking back, on old days when Jo irit es involved ers, T-shirt r write-ups ode has yet t ay their fans n suc gnoble fashion. There's not an ounce hoping to be found on Violator, thank Theday Depeche Mode sellsout will be day I dye my hair blonde and invest i ee Press on Nails. A black day on eve one's calendar, surely, "There's no question the world has caught up with Depeche Mode," says Bruce Kirkland, the band's U.S. representire Fine. So long as DepecheMode doesn't 4low down to match the pace af a society that provides the likes of Debbie Gibson with a lucrative musical career, I'll be happy rF $3.99 PIZZA BAR & Me M -F 11:30 Campus 136 NW 13th St 373-8161 L ---(IN $399 1 d. Coke -3:30 Oaks Mall Plaza ext to Toys R-Us) 331-1011 *WILD HIR* unisex $5 Haircut $20 Perm (curly or Body) 18 Hi-Lites $35 Spiral Perm $18 Color *$3 Beards $40 Bleach Out Walk-in Welcome Open M-Sat. 10-6 pm 23747 GaO Plain .1th IXUt. SO% OFF IElUl 7 (thi vMeadows -is WJW' in a Rgn~~~rmaO~prmn FOUR JUNE 7. 1990 NEW SALAD BAR & HOT BAR FOR LUNCH 114 $1.00 OFF i $1.00 OFF 1 Salad & Hot Bar i I Daily Lunch Special I L-------------J L------------J

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eater of the Senses "I'd gotten to know the kids so well from my afternoon classes and so forth, and when that was done I couldn't bear to see them go," she says. With her experience in theater and sign language, the thought of combining the two, using the kids she'd met at various schools, came to her. "This was a good way to keep us all together," she says. "I just started recruiting kids that were interested until the number of kids became such that auditions had to be held," Odum acts as both the artistic and executive director of the theater, while teaching the kids the routines herself. She receives assistance from 30 volunteers, who make up a board of directors and eight different committees, as well as a fulltime costume designer, a scenicdirector and a technical director. Odum wrote and directed the ten plays syb she's put on and tries to bas, her humor so that all audiences will enjoy it. Earlier plays included her own adaptations of Robin Hood and Beauty and the Beast, in which the beast was deaf and the beauty had to learn his language before she could understand him and fall in love with him. These sort of messages are important because they cause audiences to think about the other side of deafness, that is, being deaf, Odum says. OWhat we're trying to do here is bridge the gap between the hearing and the hear. ing Impaired,' she says. "You're never going to change anything for the minority until you capture the imagination of the majority, and that's our job The actors, whose ages range from six to 17 years old, perform numerous song-anddance routines, while all dialogue is spoken and done in sign language simultaneously. "Sign language is the hardest part of it all," says fourteen-year-old Stoney Sharp. Sharp me Odum when she was teaching sign-language classes for the Student Cultural Enrichment Program. This is his sixth play, and he will be playing the part of Radial Bill, captain of the pirate ship The Rekleas Eyeball. 'Most of us are a bit uneasy when It comes to doing sign language, but after Sybil works and works with us, we get to the point before show time when we can do the whole thing backward and forward," Sharp says. Besides bridging the gap between the deaf and the hearing, The Children's Theatre for the Deaf has other objectives, such as presenting the aesthetic beauty of sign language "Another thing we're trying to do is to present sign language in a warm, interestlug, educational manner," Odom explains "Like our logo says, we combine the power of the spoken word with the beauty of sign language You'll see and hear every word The two companies practice two days a week, rehearsing about 100 hours over a 10. week period The children learn valuable skills while working on a play, and with enough practice they even may become fluent in sign language. Daun Kairalla, 14, recently auditioned for acceptance in the newlyopened Palm Beach County School of the Arts, along with 4000 other kids, and was one of 300 to be accepted. Abby Cooper has known Odum for three years now, having taken sign-language classes with her previously This is Cooper's first play, and she plays the lead part of Brandy McFee. She sings the praises of Odum and her co-actors. "We really get to know each other really well, and we even become sort of a family," Cooper says. "Sybil helps all of us out whenever we have troubles with anything, and we all confide in her.' Liz Twitchell, 14, agrees. She has known Sybil for two years now, and this is her fourth play. "1 really like acting," she says. "But the thing that I don't like is having to sing In front of everybody." ("That's why she doesn't have a solo in this play." quips Cooper.) Funding for the group mainly comes from various charities, including grants from the state of Florida, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Junior Leagu and Barnett Bank, which provides the building that the troupe ha. been practicing In. An empty warehouse would be Ideal, Odom says, A6ove Stoney Sharp as Captain Rpdical'Biffgives orders as Krist.Schaeffer fook on in astonishment, Left: Schaeffer and Jessica Lawrence temporarily com mand the ship, ''ite Rocless Eyebaf. since their collection of old sets and costumes is ever-increasing. (By donating space, businesses would also have the option of using it as a tax deduction.) An upcoming show, which will air in Atlanta and on cable television stations in Cainesville, will be taped by Florida Films. Future plans include a special Father's Day benefit concert on June 17 from 4 to 11 p.m. at the Thomas Center's Spanish Court that will include nine different musical acts. Eventually, Odum say she would like to take the show on the road, perhaps even out of state. But for now, Cainesville has Odum and her valuable troupe all to itself. Pirates! will run Friday and Saturday at 2 and 7.30 p in at Oak [fail Performing Arts Auditorium behind Martha Mason School on Tower Rad Tickets are available at the Emporium in the Oaks Mall, the Barnett Bank Milihopper office and at the door. Tickets are $10 for evening shows, which includes a party afterwards, and $6 for adults and $3 for chilten for the matinee showings and the Father's Day performaner. The hearing in paired are invited to attend any show ftr. of charge. APPLAUSE F I V E d

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-~,,.! ~I ~ a. Prally Woman Original Soundtrack There are three kinds of movie soundtracks Those with songs of the times depicted in the film (The Rig Chill and Platoon), those with songs that make it hard to figure Out which a me first, the movieor the album (While Nights, Beverly fluls Cop) and those disguised as soundtracks to further the careers of specific artists (Miatman, Eddie and the Cruisers I & 1I) As cheesy as these gimmicks may be, they usually work well for movie and music industry moguls The key to success in such a partnership is the talent of brainwashing with dexterity Seeing the movie and its trailers make you want to buy the soundtrack Reciprocally, hearing songs from the film on the radio and on television make you want to see the movie The most recent movie to use this foolproof formula is Pretty Woman She fits comfortably into the second category with one exception All too often, pop hits chosentogo with filmsare purely for financial gain and rarely fit in with the plot The songs on the Pretty Woman soundtrack go well with the general theme of the movie. There is diversity in the selection ofartists for this album They range from Roy Orbison (whose original version of "Pretty Woman" ends the album) to the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the gorical soun o In bet ance k Id e o ,A 4 ess remake of his own "Fame" and Christopher Otcasek's catchy song "Real Wild Child And what would a soundtrack be without slow songs? Fear not, movie-ballad-boss Peter Cetera gives us "No Explanation," and Roxette rationalizes that "It Must Have Been Love." You may also notice that every song on the album, excluding "King of Wishful Thinking" by the pop duo Go West, is based on ert harg Id be n ck 1 a is a basic teh he W is od of songs Four of them have been released as singles so far. So before you buy that catchy tune you heard on the radio for $2 89, check and see if it's on the Pretty Woman soundtrack BY JEFF GARFIELD lIT l-lAS Ti Alf I #1 i lIfs IN 10lCS|| PO[TS S UVIIN TIi[ LI Vto BY POPULAR DEMAND N BY POPULAR DEMAND GOING FAST! ONLY 10 APARTMENTS LEFT S IX JUNE 7,'164

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ROY PAGE Jeffrey Glenn (Gregory Jones) gets to the sning point of an argument with his brother Bill (Bob Fontineau). Helicopters Thomas Center Ever been in a helicopter? Local playwright Gary Gordon's newest production, Helicopters, poses the question of whether or not a flying machine can rescue the Glenns, a seemingly all-American family. Set in 1981, the play opens and we find that Jeffrey (Gregory )ones) has come home from Atlanta to attend the funeral of one of his father's colleagues. By listenIng to him, the audience clearly can see thathedoesn't particularly care for the company at the funeral "I hate it," he declares, "but it's home As the audience is introduced to the family, the friction between the family members is obvious Jeffrey's younger brother Bill (Bob Fontneau) is constantly criticizing Jeffrey's attitude and behavior, while his sister Allison (Kelly Dotson in her Gainesville acting debut) offers her Ignored advice and argues that if Woodstock were held today, it probably would have been in a shopping mall. Her boyfriend Sandy (Andy Alabiso) is a transcendental meditation teacher and, for a price, can help Jeffrey out with all his problems Their mother Roberta's (Yvonne Dell) advice to her troubled son is respected, but unfortunately for Jeffrey, it comes too late After an argument with him, Jeffrey's father (Bob Jester) retreats to his study There he spends much of his time building model helicopters, an unusual hobby that no one but Jeffrey seems to question h awh if udien ow uh ha tuatt Wit gendS (Mar om he ance to ba d do it again He soon realizes that maybe things didn't go as badly as he thought they had, or not as badly as they could have gone The play's setting is the family's living room, which includes a dining room table The problem is that the facilities at the Thomas Center consist of a platform that is much too close to the floor, which makes it difficult to view what is going on most of the time without having to try to look through people's heads The acting is striking Jones possesses a powerful voice that he uses to drive his points home and jester's anger seems genuine A short cartoon-type comedy called PCS Prevahling Community Standards is shown before the play This comedy featurette presents a hilarious represontation of recent events in both the art world and the political world It includes one funny scene ha ha lbut h o ians use gi c t l rotectin ti0 among others, Bill Hutchinson and Ira Luft as various characters Without the Thomas Center's impressive acoustics, however, no one can really enjoy PCS because the readers are seated most of the time, and hidden from view Tickets for 'Friday night's perforoance of Helicopters at the Thomas Center are $5 and available at the door The show starts at 8.30 BY CHET LaBA RR French Addiction IngerIe Boutique SEfT LINGERIE FOLLOW YOM N0 To 5ONNI FOR. SONNY'S -SAOKED TURKEY/ YOUR TUMY WILL 5NDWKM AE t4 YouR NOSE W~e .u eNjoY 3W5 LMCOM# *EIAI. i$ONNYWS A-4ALTI 5 AND DeLICIl560 DItHER PLATE 6%t iOD TURKE, 4LICED THIN AN6 5&RVSD Up 7T4RELL WiAi EACH AT A PRICE sU CAN AFFORD. REAL PIT BAR-B-0 Serving lunch and dinner 11 4 on -9 30 pm (Sun -Thu) and 11 a n. -10 pm (Fri & SMt) 2700 N. weld Road 3635 1W. Archer Road e 3610 LW. 13th Stret a U.S. 441 at I-75, Alach. ----Canoe Trips SANTA FE CANE OUTPOST I *Open 7days aweekI Complete Outfitters -Overnight Trips -Your gear o ours" -ighway 441 at Santa Fe River Bridge High Springs -Call 454-2050 $2 off with this coupon There are better wa IUM Free Beer all night WaL 50: draft. 10 Safard Night b Match your ticket and get a free drink ys0 tocatch a buzz THURS. 25 draft. E Free Beer all nightly SAL Free Beer all night All Week $1 shooters, $1 drinks, $1 $3 cover eveiynight TUES -SAT longnecks 9-? 373-4128 54 SE Hawthome Rd La~na ma --am Player's Sports Club presents NickS Imi en T'. Foreign -NDomestic Alternators -NStarters Discount Prices As Low As $19.95 VISEE ELECMiCAL CHECK. W Purchase AAMAC 378-676 506 NW 8t Ave APPLAUSE E V EN Sim N Co'ry b' x ROSES su 1005 W UnIv 34TH St Plaza 373-1234 336-1234

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The beloed APPLAUsE edifor is On hiaur taking a few mcimen" to ,top and smrl the roses, look at the star, ric Fil week's REWIND prrq Palof APP AIIF w ('r a' hao Wankster thin lust opening was~ ml' Your dver,1gt aUt Satuidov night as its members ripped through their high-speed set at the Hardback Cafe The only chance the packed house had to catch its breath was during the ballad-like 'Stay Away The driving guitar licks of Tammy James led the audience through the harder-edged 'Tom Brown" and "Rude'' Eddie Allen's pounding basscoupled with the insane, yet controlled, drumming of Andy Costello set the rhythm for the vocals ofTammy ard Eddie So they weren't perfect 'ammy's vocals were at times impossible to distinguish from the hand's noise They did, hower c keep the crowd on its tots, and nobody seemed to mind the heat and humidity when theram forced everyone inside to pack together tightly It was well worth the cover chargejust to see Wan sister plav, and those who missed the show should take some time to check this band out N Dolphin played for its large following (and some new converts) and d idn't disappoint anyone The band's song constructions and the players' ability to change tempo showed that N Dolphin is no regular har band They plav ike the scanoned performers thev w ill have to be to go further than the GainesviIle music scene Tom Miller's bass playing was in perfect harmony with the guitars of Roan McNab and Jack Mason The percussion combined with Anneliese DiaL' vocals and Miller, Mason and strumming McNab's created moving melodies that forced the audience to remain glued to the band The blend of melodies along with Diaz' seductive, husky vocals and Mason's oh-so-smooth tenor showed that the band's sound comes straight from its members' hearts. The six of them played as one, and songs like "California Hills" and "In That House" proved that the music scene in Gainesville is anything but on the decline. If you still haven't seen N Dolphin then you are missing out on something really special. EIGHT JUNE7. 1990

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THURSDAY, JUNE 7. 1990. AWlGAMR. 7 BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND Ilgator IassifoIeds n ClassIflCatIons 1 For Rent Famished 2 Forliemt Unfurished 5 Roans. 6 r Pie Hu t 7 f it wants 1VIun Services Help Wanted Ouslifto Personals P'nflals comnuntc nut amts, Pets Lost I FOUnd J When will your ad run? Classdieds 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 tIe and be caniCelled at any time Sorry, but there cain be no reFOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Bde/ kill living r prlwiledge. most UtilI pd summer 135/mo. fall I/0 4 bdr apt 1740 NW 3d PR. To apply/Info 372-2284/ 371-4243. *-20-25-1 Room availableMarchwocd fall A Spmng and/or next summer. Fully furnished, micro, wash'dryer 8240rno + $150 deposit Craig 335-0145, 6-12-8-I L9 2 OR ept neatly funiehad No pels. conylenlit to UF a downtown 8275$265 me 34-5M7. 6-14-4-1 Private imtrance, nice br, kitchen A living rm ptvlledge. meet ul. paid, summer $145. fall 81g/mo. 072-22, S-20-23-1 2 roOms far 415041110 4 1/4 until aval June 1, waelvdry, nw home, close to UF' 335-2Ul1. 5-7-4-1 Stijiente fily Sludlo8200 A OR8225 turn and part furn. Some wit all ulilel 373-ben AM to IOPM, 4-7-4-1 1 ber in a 3 Sr how e s1im/ uil. 37&2. G-12-4-1 3* bla em n eeinnic Wneigehoo toeerie. aiudeste. w10. no IS Seaafi mesen steepyI WiE apt quiet duchend a10hlr*ete aubwt Jul-Dec Need Rena s New weeor fall 4 bIke trem U arh1 ie pso reem peel conv s le $INs. &rIA W77470. I. .. J How to place a classified ad: In Person. Cash Check MC of VISA The Alligator Office 105W Universly Ave M F aM Spm Main Bookstore Hub Custors, Servie Desk M Pfrom 430pmr Reitz Union, Cashier a Office MA F arm 9pmr Sat & Sun Closed Medical fookslor, Shands M F nam 430 pm By Mail: Use forms appearng weekly in the Alligator Sorry no cash by mail MC VISA or checks only By Phone 373-FIND: Payment by VIA or Masercard ONLY Five moile, minimum M F 8 30 4 pmr U How to correct or cancel your ad: Canceolatlon.: Cali 373 F IND Mon F'' 4 pm No refunds Car be given Alligator errors, Check your ad The FIRST day a runs Cali 373 FIND with any cormcloons Do lore noon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSILE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY CO' recled ads will be extended one day No refunds or cOdits can be given alter placing the ad Changres caIed irn ate, the l'rs day wl not becompensated Customer OrrOr or changes: Correclions must be made in Persin at The Alligalor oTfice, BEFORE NOON Their will b a $2 00 correctiontee, FOR RENT:1 2 UNFURNISHED Walk to Santa FE CC. I BOR $270-$2*0' 2 BODR 35. NEW Townhouse $440 Sec Plus LMR Pool, laundry. rio ats or dogs Santa Fe Trace Apis 3711O0-20-252 Oak Glade SpiE Near UF A VA. quiet washer/dryer available In most units for $20 rao Cats Allowed 16-2, 1 A 2 Bath 5250-360, sec S ir 372-6422 B-20 25-2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY S263it40 LYONS APT 4000 SW 20Th AV. 37747M7 a 20-25 2 INCREDIBLE Efiolenay Apt, giatIng at $1 IEA OWC RS'T 9-20 25-2 Ched Oui New Specia AM Aseni al AMwalsab FURNISHED UWUWIISHED Ranunalse Aaleis Were Me I REGENCY GUS 371-470 COUNTRY GARDENS 201SWISIbe FOR RENT: UNFURN. In The Pines Spacious 1, 2 & 3 Bad'ooir Apartment a Townhouses Convenient to UF/Slands 2 poos, tennis cre. weight roorm, sauna. 2 laundry rooms Ask about 3 bdr SpCial5 $400 afl 373-3371 205 SE 16i Ave 112 Mile east of Man Si -F2 Sa10 Sun 124 620 25 2 Villager Wesl Quiet I bd on coiu de sac I story no noisy neighbors aboe 8e NW S8 Ave (Take 9 ST N trom IS AveI 371 7777 14-5-2 Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bth, just 3 blks N at UF, very. very nate 414 NW 14 St Col ae Park Properties 371 7777 6-14-5 2 THE TOWERSII Soar about te mundane, Sac SF from private balcony. nswly rnovetd I bdrm's 207 NW 1th St 371 7777 6 14-5 2 Center Court very nice 2 bd. walking ds lance to UF, 1210 NW ?I Ave Oldsh washer cent air Olfice 411 NW 15th Sil 3717777 14 5 2 Available now SW 2bcdr apt, porch, coal 'no fans. dihwasher, cent HiA. near bus, $375 including waler, 373 0701 6 19 10-2 Wandmeadowa Apts 2 bdr/2 ba, $490/mo Sesp ,avail Aug 1. 331-7652 lv moo sags 6-14 8 2 A clean 2br ideal lor coupes/serious S denta $2900mo Iml water garbage 403 NW 12th Tarr Apt S Call 378 7458 or 376-8663 619-8-2 IQ 2bdr/1lb apt, mc saundry, cling fan $325/mo, wriew carpet $340, avail now A Aug 2023 SW 37th Way 375 7986 6 21-4 2 $175 studio $199 1 BD $209 2 BD SLIMMER SPECIAL Get 'em while HOTI Walk 10 UF I POOL 371 0759 12 5-2 itsa S Students only Studio $200 tPn $225 turn and part urn Sort man all uIlities 53-463 5AM 1010PM 6-74-2 Ava"lsble nw. House/duplex 4 br 2 bthe 1 1/2 mile Sotun of U, tKenya. firelom, cantrel heatair, $600/m Call 375-6163 lea emesege. 6 21-S-2 Weeks Free rent It you sublet a 2Mdr/iba apt uthe opt to ranew on fall Call 3351613 62M/mo 6-7-2-2 $In MOVEIN SPECIAL Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom, Pool, Tenis. Sauna, Gym and more BTOEKIDOGE APT So0 SW 34th St. 375-1121 Offer vaN to qualified appillation only B-20-1-2 BEAUTFL WOW FLOORS I & 2 Or. by UF. College View Apt 1105 NW 3ld Ave 371-7777 *-21i2 SW VILLAS -Available now. large I R wih walk-in closet. karbeque. bome untflin" pal. $240 TUMBLING CREEK -Ike o campus from hies I aR balcony parent, just painted, oln laundry. dishwasher $275 PHOENIX -Upstuls aIR apartment. MeInwasher, hoek-ufl, mInI's, arpel 8310 BUGARFOOT OAKS -nrwable bargain, 2 S1/1 112 BA. breakfast ba, dIshwasher. Noo-up., sme. utlites paid. $3825 SOJThWOO Lke new speIs 25 In2 BA~teckWtip*SVane s, he-. KSY MAMASmN FOR RENT: UNFURN. ,/2 mie to campus 2 bdr api .c dew washardery hook ups Quiet, lots of trees $350/mo 373-0129 7 082 B'g house & yard. 2 m' from UF Big rac roOm, 4 bd/2 bath. giant liraplace BO hoop, volleyball sic in non-party almi Mature only No pets $100 per Mo 378 2016 6-14-32 Available now House/duplex 4 tr 2 beh 1 1/2 mile south of UF, trees, liroplace can troy hmate $600/m o Call 376 183 laboe mesa 6 21 5-2 MODELS OPEN EVERYDAY SPECIALS AVAILABLE Mill Run, SW 20 Ave 2 br from $375 Call 336-7668. 1-5 daily -many with new car pet Casablance Wast. 2735 SW 35 PI 283 br $47-M6S5 372883?. 1 5 daily Greenwich G,.en A other rentats avail able Call 371-100 6 19-4-2 2 bedroom house w/porch. ac/heat, no dogs $395/mo 1948 N W 31 Ave. G'ville 495-0024 6 19 4-2 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Sum., 9 -option for Fall own bedrmom In nice hoese In NW sres. Wood floore, egllfa fans, hugs yard, 10 min walk to UF 1154 + 1/4 Sl Caell 3784894 Sublet a room, Windmeadowe Apt Sum mer B iF July 31. $200 me + 1/4 utl call 336 0397 -12-6-4 SUBLET 2bd/Iba apt End of June Aug Just 2 Blocks from UF Call 338-7891 6-7-4 4 Sublease a 2bdr 2btt, Apt at Park Place $490 per month for fall and spring Very spacious and modern Call 335-4006 6 7-2-4 Sublet staring sus, large I bdr 4 blks from UF. wood floors, upstairs, quiet. 120. call 335-7776 afers. ask or TripP 6-19-S-4 Two rooms for rent in Pieretree Gardens Eech roomhas bath Lomes runs iHru mid Aug erl tn if reded ISO non 336-0504 6-14-3-4 SUBLET I br, avail now. lhru AUG 1. renewable, no deposit. call 335-2873 tv message 6-14-3-4 5 ROOMMATES Rmmt Summer 0. F NS, no pats, Oxford Ma. turn .private bWr/ be. utlI Inl, ON tar 6 wks, Call LeAnne $13-531 sin 6-14105 ResponsIble vs fet needed for own br & be in new 3 bdrt 2 b mobil. home. seu. rity ays. quiet ae, Avail fall. rent now 335-52406-19-11-5 F rmm eaded tor 4 b/ a -urn cendo by Ok. Mall. Wes4tdry. secu"iy syalem $200/m S ep~ielactrlclly 335-42". 619-10-5 "OWN ROOM" SIU.2Wm bul ng + 1/4 utlitlies, avail swemer ander tall, FM/S cell 33-5584 5-7-54 Ns Rmmi wanted. Own eom. fully furn,. beautiul apt. w pLO a morsl SilCl rent, Ole, A ur PoIeddIlly Aps. Call Richard eSS-SW .4-7-S-6 EvIlr-Oensectjj WIF 4 hog.el MI big in"se heseI b a Uweod leersmun des sn. 8 eN 16 iN + deap. 7.14. *?-4-5 Ow arr at w nt elen. am. I. 5. (COMS 41SNM Cal wi 376-41W "56. 5-144-4 ROOMMATES 2 rooms 'o, $150-618D '4 uta evail June washidry, nw home, close to UF 33 5-20 6 74 I" .* 5 rnml needed TO Share 2bd/lba 5130mo 112 util Ask for Jim 335 4644 8 7 4 5 Looking for a femnon smoker who is quiet end very studious for fall end spring a, Rocky Point 2 bed 2 beth balcony entire pond view, no pesl Call SOC Lainie 335 7449 220 00 a month 6-7 4 5 OXFORD MANOR NSrF wanted sumrs B turn on room/bath washer-dryer maps liable rent + 1 2 uth liss Call 373-7504 Need mern NOW I Spyglass wsdry own bed/bath 224 not + deposil Call and leave message 335-5742 6-5 3 5 M/F na, own yoom in 3bd/2ba house $150/mo + 1/3 uti, fall option 339 1858 6-7-4-S Roommate wanted 2 BR 2 112 Balh, washer-dryer. fans. 200 par month and deposit Nonsmoker, No pets 335-3889 6-14-5-5 F posibac student seeks rmin for FALL Will alocale Prefer clean NS 375 8856 6 7 3 5 Need fren rmmiI o share 2 bdr i1 112 bath after F/es0 6250orn .1/2 u hI ph cable Pes ok, I have a dog Call 338 6522 8 7 3 5 F NS for own in, in 2 bdr/l be ha, 1/2 bl form f $172 + 1/2 sum B Jul 91 FOR noaghborhoodl Jr/sr pref 371 0190 6 7 3-5 Roommates Wanted Now I0 spll $350/ duplex plus utilities Washer/dryar cludedi 332 0718 2243 SW 70 Tarr pets 6 21 7 5 Mo inNo F mot needed for own room/bath or 1,75 orown room share bath $150 in nice NW home w/inceud yd Avei 8/1 call 3737520 6-7-3-5 MARCHWOOD M/e 3fbd/2b, we/dry Poolilde, tong ferm renter preferred $225 + 1/3 util Cell Albert 335-3834 67-2-5 OXFORD MANORF roomell needed to sub tor Summer 8 own bed/befi, washer/dryer Call las 373-7292 8 12 35 OXFORD MANOR f/mmt needed to sub let apt for Summer 8own barbath Fur wished CALL CARRIE 375 1856 6-12-3-6 The GardensI Met for 2bd/2 1/2 be twnhse. turn. pool. w/d. near Ifcc/uf, 1i5/me .1/2 utl Now-Aug IS s chelle 332-M%0 6 -1-5-5 HAWAIIAN VILLAGE. aludius romimt needed in FALL for large bdr r 2bdr/iba apt overlooking pond. 4197/mo 371 5867 614.4$6 Serious student, own room, lor summar/fall, $130 + 1/2 until Less Then f ml form UF Ron 373-3332/374-5768 115 NW 7M Terrace. 6-7-2-5 F NS Far July let Share 2 bfdrm SW apt $187 50 rent plus halt util Skyligh. Washer, Dryer Call Carol 356-924 today 6.14 45 SUBLET Summer B Furnisthed Apt own 'om 12 utilities $225.50 mo Brandywine Apartments 374-4926 6-10-s-s M/F awn romi In a 4 OR house 2 blck to camps 8145/mo + I6' ue. car woodieor. fIrepisce 888-0837 lv assage. -7-25 N wI 1-2 nMts wanted fc own roOm in md hase. Great "t i SW ere. weed floa rd-v I80/mo +I/ uo13, nP sedp 372-905. 6-14-4-6 C.a.ws. Coqtkwued on next pge. MS =261 '-o I

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5, MIJG1A1R, THURSDAY. JUNE 7, 990 ROOMMATES Cis ar on prol Own Prom $145,no S' w 2 tnalrs Wash/dry Pa F r nshed Ciii Julian 336 03/3 or Mark 336 151 6 1? 2 5 -N S for own room in b1 1/2 Do Apt in NW frea Loll laundry room nearby Call 372 9502 irr 6 PM $160/moonht 6 Sq 4 FN/ S grad/prot student needed 10 share 2bdr 0wnhso $24? 50/mo 1 uti l Call Beth 372 9309 6 19 4 5 2 Rooms avalable in Ig 3bd/2ba apt Close 10 campus Neg Call 373 6167 alter 4 Avail Summer 8 6 19 4 5 UNBELIEVABLE We Put roommates at yur lingertips We can help you find iha, ideal roommate FAST Galor Rental Finders UF Plaza 3369349 6 12 2 5 Rmmt wanted for Fall! brand new apis Greenwich Green own room for $216/rmo all ammenihios free cable & water. Karen 335 2676 7-19-I-5 LiO F for 2 bdr api w/ GWM $205/mf, eloc gas Lease runs Aug -Aug Mush like cats 372 6857 6 21 5-5 Prroi needed in N W house Own fur fished room Summer only $140/month pius 114 utlites 201 NW loh Street 372 756S 6 1225 F n/s own Pr in 2 bdr2 ba Laurel s apt for tall greal location A apt rent neg partly turn Call Allison 37? 4563 5 14 3 5 Hawaiaor V lage F roommate needed or Fal 3bd/2ba $140/monih, own room. 378 4805 Ask for Michelle or Debbie 6 19 4 5 MiF NS rmmt wanted lully turn Pent house wlacuzzi poollable, private eleva for security eC $300 1/3 uni call 378 4252 6 21 5 5 WanTed N S MI share Masier bdrm and uil in lurnishyd 3 bd,/3ba condo in Rockwood Villas $145mo 3356242 6 21 5 5 6 FOR SALE TYPESETTERVarityper 5410 2 Disk doves. 2 flir cassettes, 2 ii Its Carn ster5 Factory reconditioned, unused in past 2 yrs Perfect for small typesetting jobs Good machine for small type shop System includes 3 roles 8 in RC film 8 6 font disks 300 080 Call The Alligator at 373 9926 for more info Alpine, Kenwood. bny and 30 more brands are all @I our Naw Locationi Car Stereo Speclalists 3215 NW 1 SI. 372. 2070. 8-20-25-6 MICRO CENTER/ Compulters 375-1148 Editors choice -CoMpuAdd Northgale H P Price Namer lwer than mallorder Systems bea Incude 1mb. 40mb (21ms), graphics monitor MC286112-81195. Pckwd Bell+ -125. MC Sies, -$1495I Ntoaie l/20$23Hf PG 286 laptop wI hd S battery $1999 CompuAdd 10 WIn20mb A graphlCs monitor -$970 1 A 3 year warrarilies fsitewaranities PansaolI11Oprinier -$185. HP Laser Jet lip -*1049 3743 W University Ave 8-9-25-S FUTON A FRAME From only *200/st. Call Al 373-3127 7-3-12-0 Crimestopper Car Alarms. K-40 Radar Detectors. Shcraood, Sansul, Sony. Orion, Gazooka, Home or Car Sieno. We Beat All Prices 373-3764 8-9-24-6 Haldcrafted. Woode birdfeders Difernt sirs available. $8 to 015 each Firee seed with he frst t sold. Call JR. between 7pm and *0pm375-IS 9-19-4-, 286 COMPUTER '12 mh, 4m hrddve,14 and 1 flw 14"e M DNo owM Only $I7I. ELITE 83-MO. 6-2110.4 SOl Audio is Gainetls newast a liN*st In car audI. nIlulae A snurlty. Custasi Msatelase. repairs 33s-11K. 4.21-10-WORD PERFECT 5.1 as0um6. NOhy Prime $* FOR SALE Queer waterbed bookcase head 6 drawer Pedestal shoea, $150 obo En er amment center $50 19 RCA color rV. $100 335 6143 6 19 5 6 CANNONDALE SR400 12 speed racing bike 58cm Great condilornIopumpand waler battle $350 ask lor Alan 375 8869 5 14 4 6 MUST SELI| White Armic bedroom fur onsre arid Full size bed Call LIse 373 7292 6-2 3-6 MOVINGI Must sell full size bed, night island, dresser w/ mirror, shelves, desk Wi/ chaIr, lamps. TV stand Call Carrie 375Bl5 6-12 3 8 WATERBED Queen Semi-waveless w/pede.tal drawers $130 and solid dresser $76 negotiate call now 3325536 6-3 1 6 2 pc sofa-sel. $180. 2 On sizewaterbeds. $150/ca 2 desks, $90/0 chest, $75. nightstand, $45, all good shape, all $ Nag call 335 0355. Please leave message 819-5-6 VW Rabbit 81 (new tires, funroo) $800 Doak-chair-bkcase (from Door Stor} $150 Tot331-8209 8-12 3-6 GRADUATING MUST SELLI Oucs,, waterbed w/S drawers Hester and liner included $115 Cba 375-748 6-7-2200 lbs asserled weights and 2 brand how cast iron 50 lbS all in great condition $40 obo call Chris at 372 6924 6 -2 8 small kiln 550 degreeS max Great lor timo and copper enamel $95 46' scan design desk & camp shelf $80 0x3sholf/deskldrawors combo $40 372 7520 Or 377-1238 to see B 1956 STAY COOL with a great air conditioner Quiet, 20,000 BTUs $150 00 Call 373 7150 5 19-5-6 ACCESS THE VAX from HOME WITH A LENITH MODEM, KEYBOARDAND TERMINAL $19000CALL 332 0026 -12-26 Moving -Mustselcouch, papasan. cfe, iable. and wall unit All like newly 335 7257 6-19 3 6 Matching sofa. oveseat. chair -$175 Womnsos Raleigh 10-speed bike -$50 Stationary exercise skler -$75 Call 3386348 anytime 6 t4-3-6 Nintendo Games For Sale Many Titles Car Brent or Jon 335-2fl9 After 5.00 PM $-14-3-6 Neigliborhood/YARO/SALE books squariums/children's/household/ goods/nic/8-5/June / 9-10/39th Or /bctwsn /13th-15tmh / Sts, 6-7-1.0 Sufer-single walerbed with heater headboard $10000 Desk 24000 stand80 00 CallJIM0336-8362 I-s anm TV 8-Brand New Room Aircondilion.r-S160, Entertiinmen:Center-35 at Call3380340 Ask or Pam. 0-7-1-6 0-smabed, oak dresser (bo in perfect condition.) Also 21 V color TVs, peabl. vacuum. I will negotiatol Jeff 335-6785 a.-W+l DINETTE set $: I v 2125; *nd table 830. desk $50, sol chair $30; coffee maker $10 calt 335-2745 leave message 0-12 2-6 Cas Audio for eale tsp.dls. speakers and amps Also 10 s4d. Sclwinn and Nead tennis rsequel. Call 3M-HOG. S, 14-34 FOR SALE CAR ALARMS mtale remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed will demo Call 336 9193 student Iv mes sage 8 20 21 6 MOVng, mual sell Beige couch ,n great cond .desk, 2 small dressers A 2 Pwnhide away beds Call 375 2218 atler 4 6 148 For Sal. 2 beds mc box frames $25 pba Desk $20 cbo Call Al 377 2793 leave message 6 ? 2 5 6 SALEI Lovesent $90, Twin bed $60 1 speed bike $60, color TV 19 in $80, All in great shape call 335-0240 (-I4-6 42' Connelly trick ski Trick rope Med women. watsuir 373J9589 6 12 4Furniture 4 sale Excel$eit conditioni couch, leather chair. coffee table. etc Call now leave message 335 3760 Prices negc 6-21 7 6 JVC pull-out stereo, speakers $150 pbo, also answering machine almost new $50 Call 335 1366 IV mess 8-7 3 6 Upgrade your home speakers nol One pair of floor standing JBL speakers Paid $425 Get these for $350 firm 335-5490 6-12-4-4 4 sale a Zenith terminal, Vax compatible with modem $400 or best oiler call 335 9248 87 26 C0thmsets FOR SALE Queen size bed, twim canopy bed, 3 dressers, desk, sota/chairs/coltee and end table$ 335 7220 6 12 2 6 7 REAL ESTATE Duplex tor salto 2 bed 1 1/2 bath Phoonit, close to Caupus. full kitchens call Larry or Nina 371-8141 Or1 -100-544544 6-21 7-7 2b2b in Brandywine Fully furnished Noting down Mofriage assumable in medimtely available Call 372-1152, iv Maag 5-7-3-7 By owner. 2000 sq It spacious pooi horn., I mile to UF. nice NW area 2616 W Unw Ave MS.O00 Appt to se call 376-6163 leave message 6-21-6-7 137W NEYUESRY AD. Sfl-4k77 [ M -E --.-.. SUM, Itimel Wes layw Emna TIC t-si,,s -7--a 8 MOTORCYCLES GS450GA 19R2 Suzuki motorcycle Greal shapelow miles L,ke new many exIras $1400 Call 377 7543 5 22 7 8 Orange and Blue Insurance now cover motorcyclesi Low rates, low payrts. safe rider discounts, fast drive thru sr vice 377-2277 R A-8 1986 Kawasaki KE 100 E nduro, perfect for campus parking, runs greal, w/heimet, $500 OO 336-9557 6 19 5 8 1981 Yamaha Seca 050 low miles with rebut[ engine ind new rear tire & hel met Asking $600 Call Travis at 375 1248 6-14 4 8 1983 Kawasaki 750 LTD like newCond or. low miles, garage kept. $1800. call 377-8536 after6pm -3 6-8 Red Honda Spree 87 + helmet good conditionl $600 obo Willing to riegotialel Call 336-0567 Leave Message 6-21a-5-8 Suzuki GS 450T, 1980, Blue color, $395, wiIh ihree helmaels, excellent condition Cal Mohamed or Ziad 372-90, or ee it at O W Univ Ave 6 71 9 AUTOS Jeep CJ7 Laredo 80. motor 82. Black. Hardtop, Gikinitop. $2950. Graduating *tudemn Call Now 376 6141 Albert 6 7 5-0 ORANGE AND BLUE INSURANCE low rates, low payments, fast drive-thru marvice, so hast espenol 377-2277 377 CARS We care 6-12 6-9 Miha J Foxr CNirlq Lloyd BACK TO THE RMUEIl A(PC) S PA SES No vp Tflit -kMR S M AUTOS 75 BMW 530 automatic oig alloy wheels, super stereo. marn. moned nicely, priced to sell $3500 obo 373-6988 l mems 6-1905-9 1986 Dodge 150. 5 spd. black. im good shape, St00 462-2902. 6-12-3-9 S1 TOYOTA Corola. ic auto, 20R, st. rem, 800cc, rod. 67K miles. runs good must sol Call Ricardo 335-5772 6 14 3-9 1970 Pontiac Firebird, runs great. new stereo, 350 V-8, good interior. 000, call Vic at 392-101 o 375-0251. S-i9-4-b 1978 TOYOTA Celica, ANC, runs great, rellable. nw batety. Must sell for 950 oh. 372-8977. 7-3-S-9 1081 Honda Accord LX -front damaged, good for p"til Call Ir at 374-4762 Evenings after 9pm, afternoons bew 12.3 6-21-5-9 Monte Carlo SC 1 m mut see $2500 00 Full size washer Dryor $200,00 060 call 3360289 a-21-5-9 1984 OTI 74000 orI mi. sp., Cold a/c. very clean good caM. Muat -e 2600 *be Call Rodney 482-317 (boa 6-2100 Ford FIesta, absoluley Immaculate cond, 461t mls, 2 sunoofs, aqua alic. storeocags, iac eakIng ho), 35 m German-made. RFE N AL WAYI, $2100 eke. 338-02111w 9r 8-12-2-9 Im OuttaHerell But I need a fridel If you'r godg some.where, put ant ad In the Aid". dlaaifled section so I can get out ftownl HELDOVEN Duly 215446130941 1TH0mIS UPr'SS(EL E ERT Held er MOUNTMNSOFTHIEMOON() Dat 4ls 41 ft is ora tefi -od Do" 204= 7 16 We-t i S1 in "%7 I% own

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THURSDAY. JUNB .9gOA1UaOAIL9 ii AUTOS 77 Hands Civic. 6-apd. 2-door. mmt, equalier. reliable loo. & runs good so00 for quick ale, 373-3812 812.4,0 Ford LTO I" prect Cnd. pb. pa. Pw. new irsa Musitse l$900pieacall fler spn mergends 376.2051 6-7-2-9 Dalsun Pickup Truck 72 runs good low mileage 500 O0bocall336-4175 614-49 70 Datsun 210B Hatchback wagon 4 dr Great deal for groundtown Priced to sell g00,obo. Gill now 332-U. 8-12-3-9 78 Chy Malib, ClaalC. WC cruise. almost nawte re ,nb.,e, 8700, cai 37, 510 12-3-11 10 WANTED LoCal Artist need.: GO .Gem. Class Ringo ETC Top 8 *r trade Onles Fine jewelry 373-6243. 8-20-25-l I College it at Alley Kma. Every Wad. troin ping. per stude Includes unlimited nwq shoes, mini-golf A a hot dog or pe /S med. d. Dskyt missll S-7--40Tar~yn UPWFR CER OU01T LOUD flu %aurs 1010111 i 4W A 110 OF TOM ~f4 sal .w Ma UPG 1010,1 a' GoIs"W .9 WAlED Will pay dollars or One answered CMN 2046 Lab Manual Call .fer s 00 3787SIS 6-7-310 $7 00(hr private tutor for physics labs 3055L/3056L Must have made an "A in these course. within the last 2 yro Needed NOW! 377 0000 8-12-2 10 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at 1-75 A NW 39th Ave near Oak. Mail area Sx5Stole20tfrovi 620. 10% diSc to students 332-g17 8 20-2511 BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS ,3HWtI Av Free Pregnancy Test National Ahortqt Federadon 6-20-25-11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Get confidential testing and Wreatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0581 I20-2ill S.'4 I/ Im Years PAN P~ aft TAS11EDS ML'i WEE AN RA N~ SERVICES ** GATOR MOVING ** Full/Serv MovOSIorage/Packng I teMr/Ha. Ful Days/Eves Long die Licins Harry/lill 374-471 0-20-25-1 i SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM i. Some Woarding woodac hachil. hay ride parties sale. working students accepted 466.3224, 375-00N .20-25-11 Car 5t1l1? Call Mobile Auto Rescue and Repair Fast service, 26 yrs, smp, jump. une-ups, minor nrpIrs 24 h,.,d.y 372 5325 0-7-8-1 I Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farrms Stall ad peastur. av.ii 7 A,2 mile Nor Highway Patrol 462 S127. 4.2-4311 4 20-22i I will do your library baseball for you (8l3)11317540 PO~er32032 Tampa Ft 33679 7-19-12-11 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Accepng uivit, emeg, adull cleaning M. CAN 420 (4) wiad. tee $360 (3) wlsd. tee $275 (2) wid. tee $226 Nitrous oxide AcolltiN MC, V, AE Must bring coupon, up to (4) people HT Gnaoulin. DOS 372-9521 021--bty t Sdvoae --AND M "No S$l'fl4do SIGN WAS BEl "*NED O SO IF You w LL RETtRJ0 TO Y" Sm WE WILL BE LMEDI*S a kemb~ahmti A&" Go A ,K av flW ARNA &raYWO Z SERVICES CARPET and VINYL installation, repair and reatretches. free estimates No Prob lamCarptSenice fobert374-5403 612511 *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional Movingacking A Suppiies I t.em tHoua* full to ca/Lm th dat Lie/ins Priced for Studlntsi Marty 375 MOVE 8-202111 FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC Servng UF since 1977 Mst Insurance accepied 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave or Steven Scharge 373-7070 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU Wntwu" Tier Business Legal Pensotot Flepora Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc Give HalImppd Typing 376-7179. 8-20-25-12 Typingtord Processing Oualtydependable service. Reasonable rates. Laser printer 3774175 11 9:00pm 0-20-25-12 Word Prucessing Typing. Skkping A Notarry arm schmel asp Prof quality 15 rs *xp. Spelting ckd. NW section Aln 332-3913. 8-20-25-12 TYPINGNear Butler Plaza Fast, accu. rate service. Call 373-0134 S-20-25-2 SI/page, accurate, fast, reliable Graduai chol approved. I years Gxp Mary 372-00 8-7-212 Did You Know? by Tenus One a *n s Vt.a aby he lidS U if spas Is Va.in i't wert Sa -e YA ca4 decided tt Thusiue k htqn* t WbThe I Bekey uimtt 4 1s 14c *ec h'sne eE AMIst dtIin l l %W b a lb. pa -"ai. Ia Em "u~ 4yma rna .-* .-TYPING SERVICES *Typing reports business F129H ,In1 ,esumes cassrt., trancribed applcations etiers notary *etc Available 24 houa7 dayWa372-2777 5-20-25-12 Phekup/Qel Tychog and worol flear campus Dependable quaelity service Reasonable rate 214hd Call Carol 373-4404 7-5 11-12 We e41 Evrybodya PrIclill *Asume*Letters*Reports, oI Alachua Word Processing 376-SAN Eslablished since 1f5 8-20,2112 SOOORESUMESee Complete writing S development sevices Resume House 371. 148 9-90 20-12 MICRO CENTER Typing 371-2425 Fu a sell eice computing Typing start 1 5w/n Resumes 6 Self srvice resumes $2 50hr IS/pag Laer lypeset graphics spell check theses papers special characters employten databass* malmorg. training WordPerlect specialist VisauMC 8-B. 252 **ACE WORDPROCESSING* Resumes, form paper$, disserrations, legal, techniCAt 335-704 7 6 10-12 Put It In Writing Fast, accurate., reliable service Masters in English will check spelling and edit 24 his 373-1937 8-924-12 Typ'ngtWordprocesling WordPerfect $ 1. quality work. fast results. low sates. dependable, person service Ta.3321400 9-20-10 12 Claselfieds. Continued on next page. SummB A 530n 1 YEAR Sumnt C So 536 SW -Ave Player's Sports Club Nimbew Ba 1eussw1ft lade sw Pisriemied Par. sCard, AnrratogyGift. &r Cift 9-7 Moe-Sat $33-CU At L. ME -ou eRe N" 1 I~~~ wmmoI

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10, ALUCATOR THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1990 13 HELP WANTED ADVERTISING CLERK Dunes include filing, answering phones moeilring paperwork low in advertIing depot basic mals0iis music be depend Able and good Wilh people Woking hrs ties l Wd 125 Thur 125 Apply in personal the independent Fiord Al iga'or i105 W Unjv Ave between 9 am A 4 r IM -) Must be available summer & fall and currently enrolled at UF or S CC AA EOE AVON 375 8967 Sell Avon Full or Part time We tam Benefit s urance 8 20 25 13 Excellent Summer Jobi Earn an easy $5 10/hr plus bonus with our outdoor market .ng [earn5 9 phiflet ached Mike 338 3121 6 7 8 13 EARN $35 This week .$t 0 tNs monih new donors wilh is coupon Study whi.e you donate or watch videos Free Parking Gaines v'iie Blood Plasma Center Est 1969 238 SW Ath Ave -378 0431 M Tha 7 Fri 8 5 Sai 8 20-25 13 Need 15 bucks today? An easy relaxing way o pick up cash all thai's required is a plasma donation We paySI5foryour St 4 donations A special bonuses enabling you to earn up to $1 ?S a month Come in lodayl Alpa Plasma Cenlers 0 Sw It St Gainesville 378 9204 8 20 2313 FOOD FOLKS A FUNI Joan the crew at McDonald's part time full trme 9 beweAn class time, stop in arnylimO -7 44" law c_ -Afkkabor C/as sheds To Combat the threat of measles, Drs. Boysen, Burke & Cantwell are offering the MMR Vaccine for $32 Please call for an appoinment s3310555 HELP WANTED FRESHMEN/HEALTH MAJORS Live in Attendentrneeded Call Lisam1379 7474 M F 8 5 7 10 11-13 Are you graduating' We are seeking honest, responsible hard-working people to train for managerial positions Gremi salary great bond its and great opporlu al1es Call 37T 6954 1 interested 6 7 4 13 Experienced riders to exercise ride horses Pays expenses Call 472 3777 6 146 13 GET PAID TO TRAVEL Cruiseines need energetic & dynamic potsorel 904 428 4560 fi C 1 6 14 6-13 PanlebCarpenier, own tools, car, & retsrnces a must College Park Properties 371 7777 6-21 -6-13 Grad student. education or business to help write a ierature revIew on needs as comment Call 374-2298 days/ 373 0632 nights 6-7 213 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS & YOUNG ADULTS 11 you ae 1S years or older work parI-time Earn top $$$, no trans iorltion necessary Call Jim a' the Tampa Tribune, 338-0483 brwn loam Spn' 6-72 '3 Part time sell Gelor Lager Beer i-shirts, tanks, A gilt items Call collect for catalog Income details Mr Burr*, 407 423BEER 6-19-5 13 Hardicapped student needs part time aide for A M bra Good pay for right per son Call 373-0465 for appt 6-14-3-13 HELP WANTED Church nursery worker for Wed night and Sun About 10 hrswees Sa/hr Apply at Parkview Baptist Church, 3403 NW 13 SI ville 6-19 4-13 Serious minded student with elecilcal A mechanical experience permanent part lime 5 day week mornings Refed 376 7110 6 12 2 13 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS terminals A pc'a, buy, sell, trade, rent & repair Great prices. QUAL ITV COOS 818 W Univ 338 0379 8 20 2514 Intropkg special $59 95 all portraits w/color 2-xl0, 4-5XI, 8-wallet Call Cre alive Design. for appt Hurryl 372 4815 6 12-9-14 Male/Female entrepreneur needed to head project expansion Must be hard working and ambitious Call 336-4542-M chael 8-14-3-14 15 PERSONALS VuarneutCarreratRey-BanGalor Great prites-rag or vs sunglasses The Optical Laboratory 374-S6SS 0iS SW 4 Ave I block tram Al Gen 8-20-25-15 Natural Foods and VItamIns Birkenstock Sandals Sunflower Health Foods 87 SW 34th Si 372-7482 8-20-25-15 373-FIND BUV IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, jobs., etc to be listed i a -directory" to make it easier for leaders to find your ad A simple form explains Vhe step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help you dtrmmne the cost Our Classified Advrtsing staff will be happy to ad~wer you Alligator Classifleds may be placed In a number of ways: I If you haw a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by telephoning 373-FIND between 00 and 4 00 pm 2 Yoo can mat your Aligator Clessiid form (wilt check. money owdes or Mast.raidma InformatIon -no cash. please) to Alligator ClassIfled. PO Sox 14257 GalnsevIio, FL 32604 .Youca place your ad in person by coming to our ote at 1105 W Uniersity Ave. be en am "and 4pm. weekdays. Our gained, fidIy stafl wil be glad to help you with your ad 4. You can pIako your ad in person at one of The Alligators convenient "rmnot" locanos. ON OMiEso LOrI T Main B h.Wr, Hub Cuar Sw*vi Dlk, Madal Booksor, Bhanda Reina Union, Casher's Ofo M-F .m-4m M-F B im -4 pe M-F 9 am -0 pm Bt a Sun .Closed Plea. use this form to pOe AMgaIr Claaibd. Plase lola.w t. knsueidonsiendcy. 8. ,arUtokinud.assrydSingyou w M oshaoy. Aqueet for agens ar h. d has b*en rderad riat be cna r a new adverdsWMf t. T if! CAN BE MO MPINMD OR CRENS AFS PLACING THE AD. In thasnt of a sn, Tie A~sanr is p, d"111 ON1 f for the FIBT kosedte. D not use foreign tanrage, dbAmnpnar mw Ef d*.sIh, adnU.ieadi m to a *dpsWy. The ac=pWn at psymOta ita iefy deoa oons e a hkd.ng atinf on Ie pat of The MapdeO SIMdamA orpubdM said copy. I?,.hsbiar*MFkdS AQSgor m.w.e i ,gt to act as a dfle M ti e siflil rqan ad.Mdiipy autmkkdfI pucastmdaened ene tSrWht to edt degta. N -J w II a. *Wfto w ft PERSONALS PREGNANT7 Dont guess Get.mmediate test results from a reliable source PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881 a 20 25-15 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL' Cot special student diacounlS on exams and all sjpplios at PLANNED PARENT HOOD 377 081 9 20-25 15 Permanent Hair Removal Call Kate at Omega Electrolysis Inc lor info about the PERMANENT removal ol unwanted lacal A body hair 374 4307 8 20 25 15 STUDENTS GET CASH$ For Oualiy Used Clothing Call Sandy a 372 1226 21 W Univ Ave next toCan tral City 8 20-25 15 SAVE ON RAYBANS University Opliciana 300 SW 4Th Ave 378 4400 8 20 25-15 AUTO INSURANCE VERY LOW PRICES Students welcome Call today Sunshine State Ine 371 9696 8-20 25-15 Pricebu.ter sho sae. ladie. and men' Tennis running. cross training great se. lectionfrom $29+ EZ Tenns 34 St Plaza 812 15 Dear Kathy, 11 was great to see you at Let's Get Physl, That's cool that you can get one year free membership for algning a year lease at The Frederick One bedrm Starts at $300 Call 372-7555 Sally 717I-IS PORSOWALS OUN SOUNSIOUNSI 1000 Gun inventory Over 500 handguns in stock Buy. Sell. Trade. Repair Reloading SupplIes 460-3340 Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer 8 m South of G'ville on 441 ALSO -INDOO PISTOL RANGE HANDICAP FACILITIES 8 9-24 15 HEADACHES BACKACHES SPORTS INJURIES CHIROPRACTIC WORKS Students may b covered by parents health Insurance North Florida Chiropractic and Massage 375-3668 0-21-12-15 CASH FOR YOUR BIKE We pay top dollar for aruisra end Mtn Bikes Bikes and More 2133 NW 6th St 373-0574 6-21-12-I5 MOVING? Why rent and move yourself when I can move you tr less? Anytime Anywheral Save a starving student 335-4540 5-20-15 SHOE SALE on over 100 close-out shoes featuring Nike Alr cross-trainers A lany more Lloyd Clark. Sports 1504 NW 13th St 372 7836 -7 -4 15 The Reitz Union Barber Shop featuring 10 of Flard.'is top harelylists, wash and wear cuts for men, and women and the finest Bedkin and Roffler hair cafe prod ucis Walk in or call 392-1610 tot an appointment, 6-14--15 I I I I IU I I I [iii ml.;. aa th ea:PM he -sere sie eerertataab -1. rll I -_. 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PT-$071i TUSDNALS CONNECTIONS THURUDYJp$74nAwq4W. 10, -17 NOTICES $ COLLEGE MONEY$ Private Scholar simpsI You recplve a minimum of S pr8 vale sources or your morey refunded] Guarntodl COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP LOCATORS, PO Box 181, Joplin, MO 84802-ISSI, 417-024-0362 8-20-22-15 Cancun MexicoIsland of tsi Myers 3S condo wk. 7/7-7/14 or 7/14-7121 1 wk $500, 2 Wks $50. Call 372 333, or 3360004 a1p S-91I All for only $8 Evey Wed Op-closing at Alloy Katz Is Colsag. Night Unlimited bowling, *hOs, munl -gol A a hot dog or pretzel *t a mad. soda What a dealt 6 12 5is 'ALEX -SEARCHING FOR 'ALEX' CONTACT WES ASAP 8-14-3-15 Are you borad of the pool? Well it's time to havfunwhIliyoig t sun Rentea r ski at uflb*table *rices 138-0503 6 14 3 15 Near Barbara Sorry I miled you durIng the week break. but Wh'ie I was in town I Ilund my place for th.sumnirStall Fraderick Ordans at 1130 SW 10 AV* They even have om reduced rat. for ths summer Cal today at 372T7555 Love you, Richard 7-17 16 IS Discount Europe crocks 15 taculty/student good for air/hot.4.,mussum.,tran.po'ntico Coll 377-100 Dorothy'a Tml Proissonals 0 12-6-15 USED CDS We buy, sell, trade Spike 37-SPIKE 6-14-4 15 SKYDIEV Skydiw. with he WIllIston Skydivyrs 3367970 1-20-115 Sake on ladsia' tennis clothingshorts. *hin., skrtle 2% pillI Great Selection. EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza 372-2257 6-12 -8 S 16 CONNECTIONS EYE EXAMS, contact lenses. y disease treatment 28 years Sep 0; J, Bckum, optofmtr2l 917 W Univ Ave 3761260 a-20-28-10 GAY? By? OtESTIONIWIG? GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hre InlO/R&frraJ/Consuliatiln a-2025-1 Tall SM desires secret relationship with tall shinny WM Is than 160 pound. 80 Box 1591. Palatka PI 3217 6 -75If AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Or angeA BLUE Insurance Drive Or in out p1r Plas 1W Cars Call us I It 377-CARS 6-21.-I WM 3osomsthing hardwerking healthy *ongwroar looking for apecal women for discreet relationship, Boc 2,C I 105 N Main 32N 6-7-4-16 Expert witness (attorney) headed in legal malpractice cas against out o lown atornay Writs to 0P Box 748. city 32602 6-19-5 16 WM 29, likes to practice intermediate French, play lhnnis. do Mrsasags, beginning yoga, workout and go to the movies If you are a WW and would like to share with ma any or all of #Isa activities, write to Box 139 Gville 32804 6-7-1 I DIVE THE BAHAMAS Sa Cay Sal on the -u5s Favor Spaces available from 4/10 to 6,16 with a l0%discbo.t Call 77-0352or332-7364 for Info 7-3-S-t6 I Fnch Addiction Presents i Stippagrima 373-6625 Parents, got ready for summer Fun lor $5 on Sundays op 10p Tean Mile includes unlimited bowing. shoos, minigolf A a holdog or pretzels W a md soda Starts June 17 a Allay Katz 6 14 4-17 18 RIDES $45 it Mi WPBPomp 630 oIw 5 yr of witt Fr ''Sun bus trips Pait sitepk trantported GMC Irans 33087026 (305) 266-3700 0 14 101 19 PETS Must *.ll Hand-fed Conust I dusky 1 pe.chlront A acoessories Very ame. 335 2922 ask for Karen $450 6 7-3-1 20 LOST & FOUND Finders Kapsr.?a It you find something. you can psace a FREE ad in this section Be kind to someone who lost what you found Cali 373FIND FOUND Sunglasses in Turlington Area. on 5124, call Tommy 377 7380 8-7 3-20 FOUND Necklace by OConnoll Center Call Stacl to ID 302 3020 of 376-9342 8-14-3-20 FOUND 12-aspd Mwihiki Girls bike In student Gheatto area near 15th Tarr Call Celno to 10 378-2563 6-14-3-20 FOUND Msn's watch near Tolbert Hall Call to ID 3g2-3203 (day) o, 335 9207 (ve) 0I4-3-20 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edlied by Trade Michel Jafe ACROSS 1 .Judgs's Samt 5 Lip 9 Blok or 14 In a muddle 15 Landed 16 Martini 17 Word on a Japan. sp Ia Musafl sa19 Charg"s 20 Evoldng trout 23 UnIt of lore 24 Jibber 25 Beu li mdn. of oso myt 28 Eisenh wr 30 Don't put tharn on 34 Rubbtr" city 35 Antse of 3 Flying org. 37 Evoling troume 41 Now Gunae 42 Provorke 43 9.sMU job 44 Frogrer Fork 44 Devoured 47 Locs 48 Aar-*a so Cat a bot 51 Evflng rou. s M ore SI IPbr. le 62 Kft.l of 64 Asftd 6 Cty in W N Go Shted of 67 Afletaolo rslor 3 Saint Ptilp 4 Boidsr for Var 5Shiny metrials 6 SOlo 7 Carw4 a Edison a an 9 Olviryd o nty '0 "UwrdS Folly" 11 A Hayworth 12 Daredevil Kn ee 13 Rt anuggly 21 Prevarict*ng 22 Laughing 25 I tpWrk. in Spwiseh 25 Soup 27 Achmngml 28 Rreelda 20 Japns 31 B.oml extend 32 Spedst. 33T"hrbohoM 35 Part of a monogram: Abbr 31 MIdsastrner 39 Garnnct for GandN 40 rscible 45 ToOk to a soapbox 47 Thmoe on thair way up 49 Approves 50 Containers for carnatlons 51 False god 52 Miss Daisy. to Tandy 53 Perry.6 creator 54 Kind of 55 PRxilated 56 Frenct cooking trm 57 Burd.n 58 Carry on Wi/N 11, --iga 0 0 0 1sfl''1'%*4S a* I dif

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t .AIJGA1'TO TNUIRSDAY.]JUNE7. Ir9K SPORTS 3 UF baseball players won't return in fall Three UF baseball players, including home run leader Eric Martinez, have obtained releases from the team and will not return next year, coach Joe Arnold said Wednesday The other two players are freshman shortstop Gregg Castaldo and sophomore pitcher Chris Law "Martinez has struggled academically, and he is not eligible for next year," Arnold said. "It was a struggle for him even to get out of junior college." The junior from Orlando hit eight home runs, had a team-best 40 RBI and finished third in batting average (.308). A ROUND SPORTS_ His brother, Dave, plays for the Montreal Expos. Martinez said he might sign a professional contract with the Chicago White Sox. If he doesn't, he will transfer to Central Florida "I knowlcan hit atahigherlevel," Martinez said I just have to work on my fielding'" Castaldo, of St. Louis, was UF's starting %ortstop for the first 40 games, but hit only 219 and committed 20 errors In Southeastern Conference games his batting average was a paltry 156 "I don't know if he wants to compete for a job next year or not," Arnold said. "Maybe he wants to go some place else where somebody is handing him the job Law pitched in 28 innings, going 10 with a 4 18 E.R A. FSU denies report of SEC offer Florida State officials denied a published report Tuesday that the school had been been offered an invitation to join the Southeastern Conference TheAlabamajounaof Montgomery, Ala., reported that an offer had been made to FSU. according to a source close to the FSU athletic department. The paper also said several coaches at the College Football Association convention in Dallas confirmed the offer. "I hadn't heard a thing (until reporters called)," FSU president Bernard Silger said. "1f I havean offer, I don't know anything about it*s Track team signs 3 The UF women's track team signed three athletes to national letters of intent, coach Beverly Kearney announced Tuesday. The Lady Cators tabbed Ireland's Breda Gaffney, Buchholz High's Sash. Blum and Inga Denunzio of New York, raising the numher of fall recruits to four. Gaffney, one of Ireland's premier distance runners, runs anything from 800 meters to 5,000 meters. Blum won the Florida Relays Clan 3A two-mile run this season, and will compete in the 5,000 and 10,000 for UF. Witherspoon just misses U.S. team UF women's basketball player Sophia Witherspoon was one of three players cut from a U.S. Select team that will tour Eastern Europe this summer. Witherspoon, a junior who averaged 14.7 points a gmei last year to earn second-team All-SEC honors, was one cut away from makTig the hvelng tleam that tours Yugoslavia Sid the Soviet Union from June 26-July 7. A5a5abt writer Gberry Smith contributed t0 tha report. Japan nips U.S. on final smash By MATT FOGLESON Alligator Writer to say the least, the O'Connell Center crowd got its money's worth when the United States and Japanese national volleyball teams went down to the wire Wednesday night The United States took an early two games to none lead in the best-of-five match, but Japan came roaring back, winning the fifth game 17-16 United States coach Taras Uskevych summed up the nail-biting match "It was a good match," he said. "It certainly could have gone either way, We're not that far from them." Outside hitter Tara Cross led the American team with 39 kills. Kim Oden's four blocks were a team high. The crowd of 1,331 voted Japan's Kiyoko Fukada -who had 26 kills -the match's most valuable player. Japan won the match on a serve that was match point for both teams. In international play, the fifth game awards a point to the team that wins the serve, and a team's tore cannot exceed 17. At 16-16 in the fifth game, Fukada went up at the net and hit the ball into the open hand of the United States' Tammy Liley The ball cleared the net, landing out ofbounds, giving Japan the point and the match MICHAEL HOAHAN -ALLIGATOR Wednesday's match was the fourth of a six-game series the teams are playing throughout the southem states. Japan's Kaod Shota gOes for the kill over Janet CobbW Wee.With the victory, Japan leads the series three games to daynightatteOConnellCenter.ne. Arnold glad'nightmare'season over By GUERRY SMITH Alligator Writer UF baseball coach Joe Arnold does not mince words when he reviews the Gators'1990season. "It was a nightmare," he says. I'm very disappointed in the record and the embarrassment of losing 29 games or whatever we lost It's over, and I'm just looking forward to next year." The team's lack of experience hurt all year. With a roster featuring 22 newcomers and only nine returning lettermen, UF struggled in pressure situations, finishing with its rst losing season since 1976. The club set a school record with 30 losses. "We had 12 freshmen on our roster and only three experienced players returning," Arnold said. "It makes it very difficult to put anything together on a consistent basis. Almost every team we played was more experienced than we were." Arnold said he was pleased with the performance of four of the five freshman he used regularly, especially outfielder Ricky Britton and pitcher Doug Brerv nan Britton, ofVenice, became the third consecutive freshman to lead the team in hitting, ending the year with a .322 batting average. After starting slowly, Britton found his stroke against Southeastern Conference comnpetition and finished with a .370 average in league games. Brennan, 5.5, won five of six as a starter before slumping the last few weeks His 4.05 ERAwas second on the team. John Burke, who led the na tion in strikeouts per inning, had control problems, walking 45 batters to go along with his 73 strikeouts in 49.2 innings. But Arnold expects the righthander to improve dramatically next year. Next year's schedule should help even more than the experience. This season UF played four College World Series teams, plus FSU. Miami, South Florida, Stetson and Jacksonville. Arnold plans to drop a coupie of the Florida teams and add five games against Division H schools. "I don't feel guilty about that -I think our schedule will still be very tough." Arnold said. "If you look at LSU's and Misuissippi State's scheduled, they are riddled with easy games." Despite the discussion about youth hurting the team, the death of Steve Georgiadis in mid-March after having shoulder surgery affected UFs performance more than anything else. Arnold said the Gators were in a funk for at least five weeks after the event. "I have talked to the coach at St PeteJunior College, and they had four or five kids that played high school ball with Steve," he said. "The coach aid It wa. inpossible for them to play after his death. So It wasn't just us." A Nicklaus could help, but a healthy Hart will do for UF The NCAA Championship is one of, if not the most, demanding amateur tournament in the nation. Just look at some previous NCAA chasmplons -Ben Crenshaw. Tom Kite, Curtis Strange and golf god Jack Nicklaus. aF Jeff Moriarty ROM THE TEE Any golfer would kill to be in the history books with those legends, including this yea's contenders, who are the best In the country, maybe in the world. Maybe even the next Jack Nicklaus. The NCAA Championship is not just college golf. sone last glimpse at life as a college golfer and one big look into the future of professionals golt. Ws onelatjamtmund the course with players that might one day be plying each other again for millions of dollars and litftimes of pride. And the Gators want to win this championship morm than anything. First, they must clear the dark clouds over their team. Dark cloud number one is Dudley Hart, who has missed several tournaments with a strnft-fractured rib. Playing the NCAA Championship without Hart at his best is like playIng the Sugar Bowl with Emmitt Smith mining a knee. Hart never has won a college tournament, and could go out with bang by winning this one. Dark cloud number two Is Jeff Barlow. He has been in a slump this season, but ias good as anyone on the tam. He carded some impressive corns at the SEC Cham ploanship and finished second. He must do that this week for UF to have a chance. Dark cloud number three is Chris ToulsoM. He has played consistently most of the seson but might have to be even better if Hart plays poorly. Pat Bates has had a tremendous season and is very encouraging for next year. He won one tournament and played consistently most of the year. He may be able to pull off the medalist title this week. Chris DiMarco Isthe superman ofcollege golf, With his fie victories this year, he is hands-down favorite to win the NCAA doe. Coach BuddyAlexanderhasmatred this team since he=am In 1S Me ok players who --y t frangfr and biougit out their talent, encorin m by belau a great coach and a good M d. He isapdie candidate for coach of the year. There's no doubt in ady of the players minds they can win he tide.ey have mthe talent. But will the dark clouds guae tucenf rain on what could be Urs lIst Oatsce at an NCAA chaqplosship far may yesW Or will they cla