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MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011


Quran burning puts city back in spotlight


* AT LEAST 21 PEOPLE HAVE DIED
DURING PROTESTS IN AFGHANISTAN.

By CJ PRUNER
Alligator Staff Writer

As he laid his Bible and handgun ever so
carefully down on a music stand, Terry Jones
slowly made his way to the pulpit to deliver
his sermon.
For all the sweeping vows and charged
rhetoric he has delivered in the past several
months, Jones, the pastor of the Dove World
Outreach Center, let his hands do most of the
talking Sunday.
They pounded with every rising cadence,
pointed outward to the enemies beyond the


church's walls and drew inward to call upon
those gathered to stand up for "the truth."
It's these hands, most people say, that
are responsible for the the blood spilled in
Afghanistan as at least 21 people have been
killed in the last three days in reaction to the
church's burning of the Quran, which took
place March 20 under Jones' direction.
But that's for the outside world. On this
Sunday, Jones is leading his flock through the
Book of Joshua and how the Israelities crossed
the Jordan River while carrying the covenant.
The river was wet, dirty and muddy, Jones
tells his followers. There may have been bugs
and mosquitoes there to nibble on flesh.
This was not a time for democracy or votes.
In order for Joshua's people to survive, Jones


says, they needed to obey.
"It took many strong men to carry the
covenant," he says. " It was not easy, but you
know what it was? It was a privilege and an
honor."
Now, the time has come, Jones tells his
audience, for the church to carry its covenant.
Like Martin Luther King Jr., the founding fa-
thers in the American
International Revolution and the first
News Christians, they must be
willing to take a chance.
"When the Civil Rights Movement first
happened, many people died. Does that make
[King] wrong?" Jones asks the crowds.
"NO!" the worshipers answer in reply.
Later, Jones tells them, " Why do I do what


I do? I do simply what I do because I'm more
afraid of God than I am of you."
That fear, Jones says, cannot be overpow-
ered by any threats of violence against him or
his church.
"There's only one way to stop me," Jones
says.
"Kill me."



It took one phone call to ruin Garrett Gar-
ner's Friday.
With his mind far from City Hall, Garner, a
policy assistant for Mayor Craig Lowe, sat on
his couch, his television flashing black-and-
SEE AFGHANISTAN, PAGE 4


STUDENT ACTIVISM

Dance Marathon raises record $700,000 for kids

By MORGAN WATKINS
Alligator Writer

so As the opening lines of Reel 2
S-.� - Real's "I Like to Move It" echoed
S* through the O'Connell Center on
" * Saturday, a mob of about 800 stu-
4 -i dents rushed to the center of the
floor.
... . Then, they danced.
This is Dance Marathon, a tradi-
tion that celebrated its 17th year at
UF last weekend.
Students started standing at
11:48 a.m. Saturday and didn't sit
- I. . down again until about 2 p.m. Sun-
day.
Students stood for 26.2 hours to
raise money for the Children's Mir-
acle Network at Shands Children's
Hospital at UF, said Kenny Brigh-
AN .ton, a graduate student who served
as the overall director for DM.

their record by raising more than
S$500,000. This year, DM raised
$713,053.68.
Students raised money through-
out the year for the organization,
which culminated in the all-night
dance-a-thon.
Matt Michel, a UF law student
who has been a DM dancer since he
Max Reed/ Alligator Staff
was a freshman in 2004, received a
Dance Marathon participants rest by piggybacking and stacking, with a little help from their friends, after nearly 24 hours of standing and
commemorative shirt on stage Sat-
dancing in the O'Connell Center on Sunday afternoon. The event raised more than $700,000 for the Children's Miracle Network at Shands
Children's Hospital at UF. For video coverage of Dance Marathon, go to alligator.org. SEE DANCE, PAGE 4


* Florida junior
right-hander
Tommy Toledo
(right) and the
rest of the Gators
bullpen helped UF
to a series sweep
of Tennessee this
weekend in
McKethan Stadium.
See Story, Page 13.


April Fool's prank costs Illinois teenager $150 in tickets


BLOOMINGTON, Ill. - A 16-year-old
central Illinois girl has been given $150
in tickets after the worried victims of her
April Fool's Day prank called police.
Bloomington police say the girl texted
her friend and cousin Friday morning and
said she'd been robbed and shot in the
foot.
The pair called police, who rushed to
a home where they found the 16-year-old
safe. She hadn't been robbed or shot.


The (Bloomington) Pantagraph reports
the girl received a $100 ticket for disorderly
conduct and a $50 ticket for truancy be-
cause she wasn't in school Friday.
Police say she could have been criminal-
ly charged with filing a false police report.
Bloomington police spokesman Dave
White says the friend and cousin did the
right thing by calling police. They haven't
been cited or charged.
- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


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News Today


WHAT'S HAPPENING
Graduate Christian Fellowship
Meeting
Today, 7 p.m.
Reitz Union Room 285
Sarah Hamersma from the
economics department will be
speaking on "Grad School: Not
just a means to an end." Frozen
yogurt at Mochi afterward.

PAM Kick-Off Concert Feat.
Allison Weiss
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
Orange & Brew
Come kick back and kick off
Pride Awareness Month with
an acoustic concert featur-
ing singer-songwriter Allison
Weiss. Weiss is a high-, i. -
folk-infused, powerpop singer
from Brooklyn, N.Y. Local
singer Jeff Jones will open. This
event is co-sponsored by Pride
Student Union.

UF Toastmasters open house
Tuesday, 5:45 p.m.
Entomology Building Room
1027
All are welcome to meet mem-
bers, learn about Toastmasters
and enjoy pizza and drinks.
The organization provides a
way for members to learn and
practice public speaking and
leadership skills. For more in-
formation, go to www.toast-
masters.org or call Mary at
352-870-2267.

Wolf Family Lecture on the
American Law of Real
Property
Tuesday, 11 a.m.
Martin H. Levin Advocacy
Center
The annual Wolf Family
LectureontheAmericanLaw of
Real l ,l. i-, r ,ill explore how
American property law helped
serve as the foundation for de-
mocracy in the United States.
The lecture is titled I ,. -:- j
Law as the Infrastructure of
Democracy" and will be given
by Harvard Law School pro-
fessor Joseph Singer, a nation-
ally recognized expert in prop-
erty law. For more info contact
Matt Walker in the UF Law
Communications Office at 352-
273-0650 or mlwalker@law.ufl.
edu.

Student Government is accept-
ing applications
Applications for the 2011-2012
Student Government Executive
Branch are now open. All stu-
dents are encouraged to ap-
ply. Please visit sg.ufl.edu/
applynow to launch your
involvement in next year's
Student Government. If you
have any questions, please
come to the SG Office in Room
305 of the Reitz Union or call
352-392-1665.

Edible Book Contest
Thursday
In front of Library West
Prizes will be given in five cat-
egories. See details and entry
form at uflib.ufl.edu/reada-
thon.


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The Kickoff Block Party
Friday, 11:30 a.m.
Institute of Black Culture
Clebrate the end of the year
with food, a live DJ, games
and giveaways.

Electric Contra
Sunday, 4 p.m.
Rion Ballroom
The Contra Dancing Club
hosts an "electric contra" fea-
turing the band Full Circle
and caller Dana Parkinson.
No partner or experience
needed. Entrance is $5 for
students and $8 for everyone
else.

Sirens of Synchronicity
April 11, 7:30 p.m.
The Thomas Center
Four vocalists will come to-
gether for a sonic presenta-
ton created in the moment.
Presented and conceived by
internationally renowned vo-
calist, performance artist and
improviser Jill Burton, this
one-time event is a unique
opportunity in Gainseville
to experience the magic and
power of the human voice.
Advance tickets available
at Persona, 201 SE Second
Place.

Got Something Going On?
Want to see it in this space?
Send an email with "What's
Happening" in the subject
line to II ii i, 'll r,
org. Please model your sub-
missions after above events.
Improperly formatted
"What's Happening" sub-
missions may not appear in
the paper. Press releases will
not appear in the paper.

NATIONAL
Wyoming town's four
residents counted after
Census snafu
LOST SPRINGS, Wyo. -
The Wyoming town of Lost
Springs can finally count on
the Census to get its popula-
tion correct: Four, not one.
The Casper Star-Tribune re-
ports that the Census Bureau
somehow missed four other
residents of the town when it
counted only one person in
2000.
The cause of that mistake
wasn't clear. Leda Price, who
lives on the west side of the
1-block Main Street, jokes that
officials must have counted
only her side of town.
The 2010 Census, however,
got it right this time when it
found and counted all four of
Lost Springs' residents. The
newspaper reports that since


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the 2000 survey, two residents
died but a newcomer moved in.
The state highway depart-
ment says it will change the
town's population on signs.
- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Fake massage parlor
inspector pleads not guilty
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.
- A former police officer has
pleaded not guilty to show-
ing up at a Southern California
massage parlor wearing a badge
and a gun and demanding a
free rubdown and cash for his
"inspection" of the business.
Edward Justin LaPorte -
who is accused of posing as an
inspector - got a 30-minute
backrub, police say. He is ac-
cused of then requesting a fron-
tal massage and $200.
The manager of the Golden
Spa was suspicious about the
supposed quality-control check
and called Lake Forest licensing
offices.
LaPorte, 47, left when a real
inspector arrived and started
asking questions, police say.
LaPorte then allegedly fled and
was tracked down by his license
plate number.
- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

INTERNATIONAL
Feathers fly in mass pillow
fights in cities
LONDON - People in cities
across the globe have taken part
in mass pillow fights as part of
International Pillow Fight Day.
In London's Trafalgar
Square, people came dressed in
pajamas, dressing gowns and
fancy dress to take part in the
good natured pillowfight Satur-
day afternoon.
Most people carried feather-
filled pillows that exploded as
they fought.
London's Metropolitan Po-
lice said Sunday that the event
had been peaceful and they had
no reports of any trouble.
Organizers listed similar
events in more than 130 cities
around the world.
The fights were organized by
The Urban Playground Move-
ment, which wants to encour-
age people to make use of pub-
lic spaces.
- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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accurate and clear in its news
reports and editorials. If you
find an error, please call our
newsroom at 352-376-4458
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MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 3


Gospel choirs sing at annual event


By JESSICA KEGU
Alligator Contributing Writer

Voices from around the state filled the
University Auditorium on Sunday eve-
ning for the University Gospel Choir's
annual spring Gospel Extravaganza.
This year's event, which drew about
320 people, was titled "The Garden of
Praise." The event featured choirs from
UF, the University of South Florida and


the University of Central Florida, as well
as guest artist 13th Disciple.
The concert opened with a solo danc-
er and was followed by the stomping
and clapping UF choir.
On By the end of the first
Campus song, half of those in the
audience were on their
feet, clapping to the rhythm.
"Tonight we want to transform this
auditorium into a sanctuary," said pas-


tor Natron A. Curtis of the Mt. Zura Full
Gospel Baptist Church in Newberry.
The concert ended with an a .: :'-* I.- I:,
performance by 13th Disciple.
Dianeka Perrien, a sophomore crim-
S..1.._ major, said she attended the con-
cert to hear live gospel music and sup-
port a friend in the choir.
"You don't find gospel music around
here a lot in Gainesville - in college in
general," she said.


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The University Gospel Choir, headed by PASSAGE Family Church member Nate McCray, sang and danced for a
crowd of about 320 Sunday night in the University Auditorium.


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Museum exhibit showcases barrier islands


Visitors can discover the "Barrier Islands:
Creations of Tide and Time" exhibit at
the Florida Museum of Natural History
through June 26.
The free exhibit provides a glimpse of
Southeast barrier islands' natural beauty
through 26 paintings by Florida artists,
Brenda Hofreiter, Nancy Moskovitz and
Mary Jane Volkmann.
"Since we are all friends, creating a group
exhibition followed easily," Moskovitz said.
"We plan to exhibit in other venues and
continue to explore and paint other Georgia
and Florida barrier islands."
All of the paintings are available for pur-
chase and the artists have agreed to donate
30 percent of the proceeds to the museum.
The oil and acrylic paintings highlight
the natural landscape or wildlife with
scenic illustrations of sunsets, sunrises, tidal
marshes and more. The exhibit also de-
scribes what inspired the artists to create the
paintings, some of which depict scenes from
Amelia Island, located in Nassau County,
and Sapelo Island, located in McIntosh
County, Ga.


The painting "Sunrise- St. Augustine Beach"
by Barbara Hofreiter is on display in the
exhibit "Barrier Islands: Creations of Tide
and Time" at the Florida Museum of Natural
History through June 26.

Hofreiter, Moskovitz and Volkmann are
past recipients of the Georgia Department
of Natural Resources Artist-in-Residence
Program, which allowed them to live on
Sapelo Island and paint scenes from various
barrier islands off the Georgia coast.
"We realized what a privilege we had
been given to learn about, explore and paint


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a barrier island which is still quite pris-
tine," Volkmann said. "Some of our barrier
islands have been or are being developed
with hotels and communities, vacation and
otherwise."
Barrier islands from New York to Texas
protect coastlines from the impact of tides,
waves, currents, storms and wind. These
islands also serve as a nursery ground for
many aquatic animals as well as mud-dwell-
ing bacteria that produce sulfur, which is a
building block of life.
Throughout the years, human activ-
ity, like dredging and filing marshes, has
reduced their effectiveness in protecting the
coast from storms. Nutrients and pollutants
have also affected plant growth and animal
habitat on the islands. For more informa-
tion on the exhibit visit www.flmnh.ufl.edu
or call 352-846-2000.
By Leeann Bright


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Tell UF about your college
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Musical comes to UF
The new production of the Pulitzer
Prize and Tony Award-winning musical "A
Chorus Line" comes to the Phillips Center
for Performing Arts for three performances
April 15-16.
Tickets are on sale at the Phillips Center
Box Office on Hull Road, all Ticketmaster
outlets, online at www.ticketmaster.com
or by calling 352-392-2787 or (toll-free in
Florida) 800-905-2787. Orders for
10 or more may be placed by calling 352-
392-2787.

School stages classic
The School of Theatre and Dance pro-
duction of "Romeo and Juliet" continues
through April 10 at the Constans Theatre.
Professor Judith Williams has directed the
iconic Shakespeare play.
Performances are at 7:30 p.m. April
4-9, and 2 p.m. April 10. Tickets are $13
for UF students, faculty and staff and
senior citizens; $17 for the general public.
For information, call 352-392-1653.

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UF offensive coordinator Charlie Weis was among guest speakers


DANCE, from page 1


urday to celebrate the grand total
of 232.8 hours he spent on his feet
throughout his DM career.
"In a few hours, I'll be tired and
sore," he said Saturday afternoon.
"Then, you hear about kids who've
had seizures their whole lives ...
There's no comparison."
The best feeling every year is the
big revelation of how much money
the event raised, he said. When
they broke the $500,000 mark last
year, the crowd went wild.
"That's when you realize why
you did it," Michel said. "You
raised half a million dollars for


Shands."
While DM used to last for 32
hours, it was changed a few years
ago to make it more manageable
for both the participating students
and the professors who expected to
see them in class Monday morning,
Brighton said.
The event isn't just about danc-
ing, though. Michel characterizes it
as more of a stand-a-thon.
People spend a lot of time wan-
dering around the arena talking
with friends, but inevitably they'll
hear a song they can't help but
dance along to.
DM is run by a staff of students
who prepare all year to raise mon-


ey and plan a fun weekend for the
participants.
The event included theme hours
"That's when you realize
why you did it. You raised
half a million dollars for
Shands."
Matt Michel
UF law student and DM dancer

where the music, food and activi-
ties revolved around a specific idea,
Brighton said. This year, 'Dynamic
Duo' hour and 'Bro' hour were
among the selected themes.
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as they stood without giving in to
the urge to sit down, even if only
for a moment.
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Gainesville Mayor Craig Lowe says there is no need for residents to panic


AFGHANISTAN, from page

white images of a World War II documen-
tary.
Then Lowe called.
His Friday, Lowe told Garner, had just got-
ten a lot worse.
Immediately, Garner flipped open his
computer and went to Google News to find
out what all the commotion was about.
Then, he saw it: "Afghanistan ... Koran
burning ... Gainesville church ... people
dead."
No more day off.
Within minutes, Garner was at City Hall
working with the mayor and communications
manager Bob Woods on a response.
Although an upbeat person by nature,
Lowe was irritated by the news. The "Dove
problem" was nothing new for Lowe. These
were the people who held his city hostage to
the national spotlight in September. These
were also the people who had put out a video
online that called for "no homo mayor" when
he was running for office last year.
For Lowe, these people were more than a
nuisance. They were an embarrassment to his
city. Later that afternoon, Lowe addressed the
media.
"The world we live in is a volatile place,"
Lowe said. "While there is absolutely no jus-
tification for these horrific deaths and inju-
ries, Terry Jones and his followers were quite
aware that his actions could trigger these
types of events."
While police stepped up their presence
around the church, Lowe assured those in at-
tendance there was no need to panic.
But would the mayor reach out to the pas-
tor? If he felt it would lead somewhere, Lowe
said, then he would.
For the mayor, Terry Jones is a lost cause.


* . .

Ismail ibn All knew the questions would
be coming once he turned on his television.
Ibn All, the president of Islam on Campus
at UF, had heard all the arguments against his
faith, which holds more than a billion follow-
ers worldwide.
He knew the violence in Afghanistan
would lead to the same criticism.
But it still hurts.
"To have this behavior in Afghanistan is


really sad because this is the reaction Terry
Jones wanted," ibn All said. "It's just a really
sad situation."
Despite the publicity the city has drawn
from the events in Afghanistan, ibn All said
Gainesville is still a good town to be a Muslim
in, even if one church wants to tell the world
otherwise.
"I could take any creed, twist it and give
you a reason to do something bad," he said.
"This act of violence [in Afghanistan] is not
something any Muslim would say is justi-


"r nmulu
Afghan protesters beat a burning effigy of President Obama during a demonstration
in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, on Sunday. Afghan protests against the burning of a Quran
in Gainesville entered a third day on Sunday.


fled."
Although ibn All wouldn't say what hap-
pened in Afghanistan was all Jones' fault, he
said the pastor carries some responsibility.
Then again, he said, these are people who
have nothing to lose.
But, for now, he prays.
"I just hope that everyone keeps cool-
headed," ibn All said, "and that wisdom pre-
vails."



Wayne Sapp knew what was coming when
he put the flame to the book. The gun on his
waist testifies to the lingering thought that
someone, somewhere wants him dead.
He said he feels sympathy for the victims
and their families.
He asserted he never would harm a Mus-
lim, let alone kill one. But God's work, he said,
needed to be done.
"It's like a snake being in a bed with a
bunch of babies," said Sapp, Jones' second-
in-command. "Do you just let it continue to
creep and let it breed, or do you reach in and
get it?"
Reaching in, however, comes at a price.
"We're human beings. Of course we have
moments of fear," said Luke Jones, the senior
pastor's son and a pastor at the church. "When
the world comes raining down on you, you
feel the emotion."
That doesn't mean the church has any
plans to stop preaching its controversial mes-
sage anytime soon.
As Sapp unfastened his tie after Sunday's
service, one thing was clear: if he could, he'd
do it again.
"We're not in this for the fireworks; we're
not in this for the show," the younger Jones
said. "We're not going away."


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Editorial

Gag Order

Consequences of pastor's

actions warrant comment

Let us apologize for going back on our word.
You may remember an editorial from mid-Janu-
ary in which we discussed our organization's choice
to ignore the Dove World Outreach Center's event planned
for March.
The lack of coverage from our newspaper and many
other media organizations did nothing to dissuade pastor
Terry Jones from his purposefully inflammatory actions.
As such, today we bring you news coverage not in an-
ticipation of an event meant to incite anger and hatred but
in anticipation of its aftermath.
No one can say the center's "trial" of the Quran di-
rectly caused the deaths of U.N. workers halfway around
the world - their murders came at the hands of Afghani
extremists - but we can say the pastor needlessly poured
gasoline on an already blazing fire.
Speaking of which, we may indeed be stoking the
flames by even giving the event's repercussions cover-
age, but sometimes we need a reminder that our actions,
even in a small, swampy Florida city, carry consequences
around the world.
Could Jones and his trial have effected such a large
reaction without the media passing on the message? No,
but in this ever-connected world, finding even one sympa-
thetic ear to bend allows an extremist access to his enemies
across the globe.
We have a problem with both the sender and the carri-
ers of this message, but what about the recipients?
The idea of countering a reprehensible action with an-
other, more vile act - in this case, numerous murders - is
terrible.
Vengeance gets us nowhere, especially when exacted
upon people who had nothing to do with the original of-
fense.
No side is in the right here. The best outcome we can
hope for is that the world will use this as a learning expe-
rience.
People may think they solely are attacking and offend-
ing their opponents, but it is just as likely their words or
weapons will end up wounding innocents. That is some-
thing we can't stand for.
It makes us squirm to think we share a city with a man
who says he's "saddened" by the deaths in Afghanistan
but that he'd still hold his trial again if given the chance.
The pastor should remember that just because our nation's
laws permit us to say or do something doesn't mean we
should, at least from an ethical standpoint.
We were hoping never to mention the names of the cen-
ter and its leader again, but given the circumstances we
must, if only to state for the world that our city and our
people don't stand for the same ideals Terry Jones and his
1d i,.11.i,. flock do.
Apparently, the pastor has noticed this lack of support
and is trying to move his church elsewhere, where the resi-
dents are more sympathetic to his cause.
We're hoping he comes up empty on places that wel-
come his provocative attitude.
Who knows? Maybe our nation can stop one side of this
argument between extremists from contributing to sense-
less violence.


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ver the past few weeks, the concept of "American
exceptionalism" has dominated the airwaves.
With crises brewing both at home and abroad,
Americans have been forced to confront many press-
ing priorities and to re-evaluate their country's role as a
world leader.
In short, Americans must decide just how ex-
ceptional their exceptionalism is and, more impor-
tantly, how this exceptionalism should manifest it-
self to the millions who look toward it as a guiding
beacon of hope in an often dark and hopeless world.
In this debate, two schools of thought have emerged,
which some claim appear to pit Spider-Man against
Alexis de Tocqueville.
The former school of thought views America's mili-
tary might as exceptional and refers to the fact that "with
great power comes great:.. .1--. i-l:,1, " while the latter
school takes the view that America's self-reliance and re-
sultant prosperity is what makes it exceptional.
Both are true.
Rather than being mutually exclusive, they are inter-
dependent. Without prosperity, America would not have
the resources to fund its military, and without its mili-
tary, America would not be able to protect its prosperity
or anyone else.
This is self-evident.
Unfortunately, many on the left fall to see this. They
focus solely on America's larger role in the world while
ignoring the underlying source of its strength. America is
a world leader today and will continue to be so only if all
recognize America's strength is drawn from all Ameri-
cans.
The opportunity afforded to individuals for a better
life is what makes America unique. Despite no guaran-


Itees of success, this opportunity has
drawn millions of immigrants from
foreign nations to American shores.
This same opportunity is afforded
to all native-born Americans as
well. In no other country could the
Zack Smith son of a foreign father, whom soci-
letters@alligatororg ety should have discounted based
on his familial and economic status,
rise to become leader of the free world.
America's obligation is not to cure the ills that all ev-
eryone but rather to ensure this same opportunity for
success remains available for future generations. This is
best accomplished by removing government barriers to
individual success and allowing relatively unfettered ac-
cess to the free market.
The globe's greatest minds have come for ac-
cess to that market, which has resulted in the
globe's greatest inventions and successes.
America is the most exceptional nation in human his-
tory.
Though we have had problems along the way, Ameri-
ca still is a beacon to a world looking for light.
The hope of a better life and chance to succeed through
hard work is exceptional and a concept known only spar-
ingly throughout history and other parts of the world.
While America may intervene in the affairs of others,
this is not its lasting legacy. Individual opportunity and
freedom from government interference will be.
American exceptionalism is exceptional, and it will
continue to be so as long as America recognizes where its
true strength lies.
Zack Smith is a first-year law student. His column ap-
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Protest planned for Starbucks CEO


Letter to the Editor
Both sides should seek forgiveness for murders
This letter is in response to the articles covering the
deadly protest in Mazar-1-Sharif, Afghanistan, which ap-
pear to be a result of the antics of the Dove World Out-
reach Center's Terry Jones.
Mr. Jones, when did God die and leave you in charge?
The name of your self-proclaimed religious organization
is now the poster child for hypocrisy.
How about changing the name to Hawk World Out-
reach Center, because that is exactly what you intended -
to aggravate a group of people who already are seething
with anger at their oppression. You, sir, are what is wrong
with religion today. What would Jesus do? Or didn't you
even consider how Christianity came about?
As for the murderers in Mazar-1-Sharif, how dare you
take it upon yourselves to defend your "sacred" religious
beliefs by killing innocent people who meant you no harm
and were there voluntarily. Perhaps it was the Christian
belief in charity that motivated them to serve. Now, you
have taken them away from us and discouraged others
from serving the needs of the Afghan people in spite of
the differences in faith. What would Muhammad do? Or
didn't you even consider this as well?
Inciting hate, and the reactionary killing, must stop be-
fore it is too late and the world descends into more cha-
os and confusion. Both Jones and the murderers need to
request some sort of forgiveness by extending whatever
they can to the families of the survivors.
Follow your true religious precepts; don't use them for
your own self-aggrandizement.
Joe Bialek
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Harvard students, union members and Star-
bucks employees from around the country
are planning to protest a lecture by Star-
bucks CEO Howard Schultz at the Harvard Busi-
ness School on Friday.
Schultz will be speaking to several hundred busi-
ness school students about his experiences running
a successful business.
He will also be promoting his new book, "On-
ward: How Starbucks Fought for its Life Without
Losing its Soul."
Liberte Locke, an organizer of the event, said
Starbucks employees are angered by what they
deem to be hypocrisy in Schultz's book, in which
he expresses his commitment to his "partners"- as
the company calls its workers.
Many employees of the company - especially
union members - feel that Starbucks is one of the
least labor-friendly companies in America, Locke
said.
Starbucks has been found guilty by the Nation-
al Labor Relations Board of violating labor rights,
including charges of union busting and wrongful
termination.
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how much he loves us, it's just disgusting," said
Locke, a Starbucks barista and Starbucks Workers
Union organizer from New York.
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corporations in the United States."
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UWe Union of Technical and Cleri-
cal Workers, emphasized what
he called the "phoniness" of
Schultz's message.
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socially responsible corporation," Carens said.
"In reality, conditions are really bad and getting
worse.
While Starbucks has garnered criticism for the
way it has treated union leaders and organizers,
it has presented itself as a progressive member of
the Fortune 500, providing health-care benefits and
stock options to some employees.
Students who plan to attend the event said they
feel it is important to show solidarity with wronged
workers in standing up for their rights.
"Everyone deserves a voice on the job," said Stu-
dent Labor Action Movement member William P.
Whitham.
Organizers of the event said they are eager to
send a message both to Schultz and to the business
school students.
"We want him to know that no matter where he
goes, he will be held accountable," said Locke.
As for the business school students, Locke want-
ed them to know "that union busting is absolutely
unacceptable and unethical."
Locke emphasized that the point of the protest
is not to scare students away but rather to educate
them.
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law school. Large yard, furnished and unfur-
nished room options, furnished living room,
dining and kitchen. Pet friendly, landlord
lives on site! Lots of parking room, friendly
neighbors, call 954-205-8279 (Danny) for
more info 4-8-5-1


For Rent
unfurnished


QUIET, CLEAN.
LOTS OF GREEN
1br $350. Small 2br $375 372-6881, 213-3901
4-20-10-70-2

CLOSE TO EVERYTHING!!
SPACIOUS 1050 Sqft 2BDR
ONLY $299/BED
www.arborpark.com
CALL TODAY!! 352-335-7275
4-20-10-70-2


Now Leasing for Fall!
Arlington Square & Wisteria Downs
www.arlingtonsquare.org
Downtown apts from only $619
Check availability today! 338-0002
4-20-10-70-2

1/1 East at $495 ALL Pets Welcome
1 MONTH FREE
Frederick Gardens
Call (352) 372-7555
4-20-10-70-2

Deluxe, Large 3, 4, 5, 6, 7BR apt/house, 60
second walk to UF. Remodeled, Old House
charm. Central AC, washer/dryer included.
Wood floors. With Parking. By Private Owner.
538-2181 Iv message 4-20-10-70-2

Pinetree Gardens
2/1 Townhome w/ w/d for $649
3br for $799.
Free UF parking. 352-376-4002
4-20-10-70-2


ForRent
unfurnished

Deluxe, large one or two bedroom, 60 sec-
ond walk to UF. Wood firs, washer dryer
included, fireplace, patio deck. Can furnish.
Short term available. Private Owner. $595-
up. 352-538-2181. Lv msg 4-20-10-70-2


No deposit!!!
Huge 1/1's 2/2's 3/3's
<1 mi from UF! Giant 24hr gym
FREE tanning/FREE cable
*Oxford Manor* (352) 377-2777
Live the 180 Lifestyle!
4-20-10-70-2


** ELLIE'S HOUSES **
Quality single family homes. Walk or bike to
UF. www.ellieshouses.com 352-215-4991 or
352-215-4990 12-7-09-167-2


3 Bedroom Houses Starting at $1235
Move In today. Park Near UF Free!
Call 352-371-7777
4-20-10-70-2


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*ESCAPE THE ORDINARY*
1/1 & 2/2 flats, 3/3 Townhomes!!
FREE Cable w/HBO and Showtime
All Amenities plus FREE Tanning
Gated*Pet Friendly*Fitness Classes
www.thelaruelsuf.com 352-335-4455
4-20-11-70-2


Spanish Trace
2/1- 1000 sq ft- $629
Great Location - Butler Plaza
Call 352-373-1111
4-20-10-70-2



2/2 and 3/3 Townhomes
From $360/person!
Available NOW and August!
377-2801*cobblestoneuf.com
4-20-70-2


For Rent
Sunfurnished

1,2,3,4 BR's - Move in now or August!
* Huge floorplans! * Water/sewer incl!
* Washer/Dryers! * Pets Loved!
* Cardio * Pools * Tanning * Tennis
* 376-2507 * bivenscove.com
4-20-10-70-2

***PARKING@@@
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF.
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538-
2181. Can leave mssg. 4-20-10-70-2

Madison Pointe NW 23rd Blvd
1s, 2s and 3s from $699
Free Tanning, Pool, Gym
Gated and Pet Friendly
352-372-0400 MadisonPointe.org
Text MADISON to 47464 for more info!
4-20-70-2





PO LO S
GO ne t r i le


Immed M/I
Only 5 left!!
Call today!
352-376-1248
4-20-11-70-2

2/2.5 TH * $699
4/2.5 TH * 1 month FREE
W/D included * Pets welcome
352-332-7401 * thegardensuf.com
4-20-70-2


No Move-In Fees
1/1's from $659 * 3/2's from $799
FREE Tanning*Pool*Gym
www.aspenridgeuf.com
352.367.9910
4-20-10-70-2

Relaxing Upscale Apartments
2/2 Townhomes & 3/3 Flats
Individual Leases, Steps to Campus
Internet, Cable & H20 Included
Furnished Units Available
379.9255 www.MuseumWalk.com
4-20-10-70-2


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1 For Rent: Furnished 6 Furnishings 11 Motorcycles, Mopeds 16 Health Services 21 Entertainment
2 For Rent: Unfurnished 7 Computers 12 Autos 17 Typing Services 22 Tickets
3 Sublease 8 Electronics 13 Wanted 18 Personals 23 Rides
4 Roommates 9 Bicycles 14 Help Wanted 19 Connections 24 Pets
5 Real Estate 10 For Sale 15 Services 20 Event Notices 25 Lost & Found

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College Manor
Studios from $505
Unlimited Utilities! Call 372-7111
4-20-10-70-2


Gainesville Place Apartments
Student friendly 4/4's
Only $409 per person!
www.GainesvillePlace.com
4-20-70-2


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Call 352-371-7777
4-20-10-70-2


For Rent
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Clean, Quiet 1 & 2 BR apts.
Off SW 20th Ave. $425 to $545. Sorry, no
pets, or Section 8. Call 335-7066 for info.
4-20-10-70-2


FOX HOLLOW
Gated Entry
"Renovation Celebration"
1 BR Starting at $499
7301 W Univ Ave
Mon-Fri 9-6, Sat 10-3
352-332-3199
www.foxhollowgainesville.com
Text: foxhollow@65374
4-20-10-70-2


WALK TO UF! @1 BR $425
Gore Rabell Real Estate 378-1387
www.Gore-Rabell.com 4-20-10-70-2

!! LIVE LIFE ON THE BOARDWALK !!
* 1/1 Flats & Cool Lofts!
* 2/2's and 3/2's * Pets Loved!
* Pools * Cardio * Tanning * Tennis
* Washer/Dryers * HUGE Floor Plans!
* 377-7401 * biketouf.com
4-20-10-70-2


BRIDGELIGHT
1 BR Loft Style
starting at $515 mo.
M-F 1-6 Sat. 10-2.
3006 SW 23rd St. 377-5221
www.bridgelightapts.com
Text: bridgelight@65374
4-20-10-70-2

3/2 House Available Immediately
Near Law School, Shopping, Restaurants
Free UF Parking!
352.371.7777 4-20-10-70-2


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Sun Bay & Sun Key
1.1 from 475
2.1 from 550
Walk to campus;
8 short minutes on the bus
pet friendly!
full time grads
no deposit for 1.1
352.376.6720
352.376.7041
4-20-10-70-2

Sun Harbor
2.1.5 townhome
600 - 675
1 month free on 650.
8 minutes to campus on bus;
walk to campus
pet friendly
352.376.7041 or
352.376.6720
4-20-10-70-2

$500-$600 clean, spacious PRIVATE, apt.
for calm, stable, mature person in quiet area,
greenspace/trees; pvt patio, near UF & dntn,
bus. 1825-1826 NW 10th st. 352-376-0080,
352-284-3873; postj@bellsouth.net 4-20-
10-70-2

Pine Rush Villas
1/1 *$449
2/1 *$569
*Rates includes 1 month free!*
Pet Friendly No weight limit
Near UF and Oaks Mall
Ph. 375-1519 www.gremco.com
4-20-10-70-2

The Cottages on Market Street
2BR/1 BA apt $500 mo; No Dep, No Fee's
UF or SF Full-Time Students
Bike to Campus, Walk to Starbucks
Tommy 352-339-1965
4-20-10-70-2

Greenwich Green
2/2 for $829
Patio and Storage Closet
Call 352-372-8100
4-20-10-70-1

Spacious 1, 2, & 3br starting at $495. Many
floor plans, some with enclosed patios or bal-
conies. Italian tile, bedrooms carpeted. DW,
W/D hook-ups, verticals, CH/AC. Near bus
route, some walk to UF. Call 352-332-7700
4-20-11-67-2

SECTION 8 HOUSING ACCEPTED
Newly remodeled 2 & 3 BDs
Quiet neighborhood. Lots of upgrades.
Free 32" HD PLasma TV for new Sec 8 lease.
Must see! Call 332-7700 4-20-11-67-2

The Retreat at Madison Pointe
2/2 with Vaulted ceilings & W/D.
Garage included. Gated Community.
2701 NW23rd Blvd 352-372-0400
MadisonPointe.org
Text MADISON to 47464 for more info!!
4-20-66-2

TOWNHOUSE - 2BR/1.5BA, W/D hook-up,
pvt backyard, new carpet, tiles, just painted.
Extra clean. $600/mo + sec. 2627 SW 38th
Place. Available now. 941-204-1304 or 352-
215-3160 4-7-11-50-2

WALK TO UF & MIDTOWN
3 & 4BR HOUSES from $1375/mo. Free off-
street parking, all appliances incl W/D, DW.
Rent directly from owner. Special terms
avail, dalyproperties.com or 359-3341
4-20-11-55-2

Courtney Greens
1/1 *$549 *Rate includes 1 month free!*
Pet Friendly No weight limit
*Brand New Energy Efficient appliances*
Ph. 375-3077 www.gremco.com
4-20-11-39-2

Homestead Apartments
2/1 *$599
2/2 *$699
*Rates includes 1 month free!*
Pet friendly No weight limit
Close to main postal facility & shopping.
Ph. 376-0828 www.gremco.com
4-20-11-39-2


" ' For Rent
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HISTORIC APTS Downtown Pleasant St
Historic District. 1-3BRs avail now & fall.
Ceiling fans, porches, wd firs, some w/ W/D.
ALSO we have 2 & 3BR homes. Cats ok, no
dogs. 1st, last, sec. aprleve@aol.com 538-1550
5-10-11-34-2


SPACIOUS 2BR/2BA APT.
Convenient location to Shands, UF & Butler
Plaza. Asking $750/mo. Please call Ketty
352-332-6566. yttek@hotmail.com 4-5-
11-16-2


1700 sq ft 3BR/2BA House
Wood floors, large screened-in back porch,
jacuzzi, W/D, corner lot $1400/mo Call (352)
258-9116 to see. Available Aug 1st.
4-5-11-15-2


****4/2 3962 W University Ave.****
Living room, dining room & family room,
close to campus, all appliances, W/D,
hot tub, fire place, screened porch,
Avail Aug 1, $1400 - 333-9874 or 317-7346
4-20-11-26-2


****3401 NW 7th Place****
3/2 living, dining ,family rooms.All appliances,
W/D, closet campus, large yd. Small pets OK
Avail Aug.1, $1325 - 333-9874 or 317-7346
4-20-11-26-2


****4/3 18 NW 36th St.****
Close to campus, all appliances,
W/D, central heat/air
Avail. Aug 1, $1400 - 333-9874 or 317-7346
4-20-11-26-2


*NW 39 Ave Huge 3BR/2BA apt, w/lg loft
Tile fir & nice carpet. Bright, wdlike fir $800
*2BR/2BA, some w/woodlike fir. All w/new
BR carpet. $600-635. Gated patio, trees, flood
Its. Part utils pd. Bus rte. 373-8310, 219-3937
4-5-15-2


*******STUDENTS******
1,2,3 and 4 bedroom houses and apartments
available for August. All close to campus.
Most pets accepted. Call 870-2760. 4-20-
11-26-2


Renting Now and for Fall!!
We have REAL 1/1s
3 blocks to UF - GATORNEST
575 sq ft, $550 PLUS ONE MONTH FREE!
300 NW 18th Street
4 blocks to UF - GATORSIDE
400 sq ft, only $450!
1600 NW 4th Avenue
BIKE to UF - CENTERPOINT
530 sq ft, only $450!
1220 NW 12th Street
No application fee, most pets ok.
For info call E.F.N. Properites, 352-371-3636
or visit our website at www.efnproperties.com
4-20-10-26-2





SaineMle Student etalsI

------------ Near UF ------------
gainesvillestudentrentals.com 352-317-4408
@5/3 house 630 nw 36 street $1800
@4/3 house 3514 nw 7 place $1500
@4/2 house 1534 nw 54 drive $1500
@4/2 house 610 nw 34 terrace $1300
4-13-11-20-2


bedroom $509/person
Amazing townhome with everything included!
Utilities, cable, internet, furniture & washer/
dryer. Cobblestone Apts. Call now: 352-377-
2801 4-20-25-2


bedroom $509/person
All inclusive townhome with everything in-
cluded! Utilities, cable, internet, furniture &
washer/dryer. The Laurels Apts. Call now:
352-335-4455 4-20-11-25-2


For Rent
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Call 352-375-7104 today!
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4-20-24-25

2BR/1BA, 1/2 month free. $380-$425/mo.
Mobile home w/ central AC/heat, shaded lot.
Incl water, - mobile home lot $260/mo 352-
376-5887 4-20-11-24-2

LARGE 4BR/2BA HOUSE. Extremely Nice,
bike to UF, central AC/heat, W/D, dish-
washer, garage, fenced yard, landscaped.
No pets. Avail Aug 16th - 1 year. 2806 NW
16th Ave. $1690/mo. 352-665-8166 Iv mssg.
5-12-11-26-2


*Walk to UF*
2,3,4,5 bedrooms Avail Aug
walk2uf.com
4-20-24-2

2BR HOUSE 3 blks from UF/Sorority Row/
Norman Hall/Shands area, cent AC/heat, wd
firs, DW, fenced, pets ok, plenty of parking!
Avail Aug 16th- 1 yr. $850
352-665-8166 Iv mssg 5-12-11-25-2

3BR/2BA HOUSE 2 biks from UF/Sorority
Row/Norman Hall/Shands area, cent AC/
heat, W/D, DW, fenced, pets maybe, plenty
of parking! Avail Aug 16th - 1 yr. $1335
352-665-8166 Iv mssg 5-12-11-25-2

HUGE 4BR/2BA HOUSE 2 blks from UF/
Sorority Row/Norman Hall/Shands area din-
ing rm, remodeled baths, cent AC/heat, wd
firs, W/D, DW, pets maybe, parking! Avail
Aug 16th - 1 yr. $2350 352-665-8166 Iv mssg
5-12-11-25-2

Large 4BR/2BA HOUSES 2 blks from UF/
Sorority Row/Norman Hall/Shands area, w/
dining room, cent AC/heat, wd firs, DW, plen-
ty of parking! . Avail Aug 16th - 1 yr. $1980
352-665-8166 Iv mssg 5-12-11-25-2

3BR/3BA House, fenced yard, close to UF,
open floor plan/cathedral ceilings, new tile,
carpet, fixtures. W/D, lawn, and pest control
incl. Small pets allowed, avail Aug, $1350/
month. 352-246-5958, tonyc@kinetixpt.com
4-8-11-15-2


PET'S PARADISE
$390 - $650. No app or pet fee. 1 & 2BR,
privacy fenced. SW. 352-331-2099 4-05-
11-10-2

**3/2 515 NW 51st St.**
Near GHFC vaulted ceilings, all appliances,
W/D, garage, small pets ok. Avail. Aug 1,
$1225 333-9874, 317-7346 4-20-11-21-2

TOP QUALITY - GREAT LOCATIONS
Upscale, 1 & 2 BR apts. 1 block to UF cam-
pus - on N & E sides. Year lease, begin-
ning summer or fall. Sorry, no pets. K & M
Properties. 372-1509 4-20-11-21-2

GREAT LOCATION - GREAT PRICE
2BR/1BA apts on Univ Ave across from UF
Stadium & O'Dome. Modern, all elec, cent
H/AC, $600/mo K&M Properties 372-1509
4-20-11-21-2

www.Bellaproperties.net

3/2 with study. Walk to UF, hardwood floors,
fireplace, 2 car garage, full service tour
335-5424
4-20-20-2

www.BellaProperties.net

Palm Villas - luxury graduate apartments in
a small and quiet complex. 2 BR/2 BA avail-
able for $465 per BR. Call to tour 335-5424
4-20-20-2.







10, ALLIGATOR U MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011


For Rent
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WALK TO UF
3 Bed 2 Bath House in upscale Golfview
Estates near Law School & Athletic fields.
$1400 mo. Aug 1. Call (305) 788-4103
4-20-11-19-2


WALK TO UF. START SUMMER OR FALL

OStudios $425--$40001 BR/1 BA $550-$450
*2BR $850-$800 1 yr lease, SD, NS, NP.
Call/Text 352-870-7256 gvll32601@gmail.com
4-20-11-20-2


MIKE'S HOUSES - 352-665-7316
Exc cond - Close to UF Pets OK - fenced yards.
@3/2 $1250 621 NW 35th St.
@4/3 $1250 611 NW 36th Terr
@3/2 $1150 630 NW 34th Terr. 4-7-11-10-2


Newly renovated 2BD/2BA, two-story 1340
sq. ft. townhouse available at $925. Includes:
New wood floors, new carpet upstairs, new
washer/dryer, new kitchen appliances, fire-
place, pool. Millhopper area, next to Fresh
Market, Leonardo's, and other great eateries!
Contact Jon at 352-275-6644. 4-4-11-5-2


Fantastic 3/2 House - Only 9 blocks to UF!!
Large bedrooms, great neighborhood, wood
floors, fenced back yard, off the street park-
ing, Freshly painted bright interior. Aval. now,
1200.00 + Sec. Deposit. 909 NW 9th Ave.
Call Chad 407-230-2423 4-12-11-10-2


LIVE ON UF LAKE
2BR/2BA pristine Bivens Arm condo. Large
den/3rd BR, hardwood floors, W/D, pool,
canoe. Walk/bike to Shands/UF, bus stop.
$1190/mo. Call 407-832-1458 4-20-11-
16-2


Near UF. Beautiful 4BR/2BA home. Florida
room w/ inground jacuzzi. W/D. All tile floor.
2-car attached garage, storage shed. Walk
to grocery & shops. Avail Aug 10. $1499/mo
904-534-6982, kencarmgravs@comcast.net
4-6-11-5-2


1BR/1BA, large screened-in porch, W/D
hook-up. Pets ok. Monthly rent $535. Sec
Dep $535. 3300 SW 23rd St. Apt #3 Please
call 352-371-3473 4-20-11-14-2


For Rent
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MERRILL MANAGEMENT INC.
825 NW 13th Street
352-372-1494 x10
www.merrillmanagement.com

ST. CROIX APTS:
$475 per Month 2BR 1BAApts
3 BLKS TO UF & Downtown!
840 Sq. Ft. Large Rooms, Plenty of
Parking, Central H & Air, Laundry Fac.
Carpet, Pets Allowed. 829 Sw 5th Avenue.

CIRCE APTS:
2BR 1BAApt 1 BLKS TO UF
New Carpet $450/Mo
Window A/C, Nat Gas Ht.
216 SW 12th Street.

GRAD II Apts
1BR 1BA 1BLKTO UF
Central H &Air, Laundry
On site. $500/Mo
1236 Sw 4th Avenue

Marcott Apts
1BR 1 BA $500/Mo
Central H & Air, 600 Sq. Ft.
Carpet, No Laundry
1029 Sw 3rd Avenue

RITZ Apts
2BR 1 BAApts $600-$675/Mo
Carpet or Tile Floors, No Laundry
1234 & 1238 SW 1st Avenue
Central H & Air, Behind Leonardos
4-15-11-11-2


*JACKSON SQUARE*
Walk to class & have it all.
Visit jacksonsquare.uf
Call 352-375-8256
4-20-13-2

$695 Move In Specials
3 Bed Houses walking distance to
UF & Downtown
Call 352-226-3535 or 352-505-9264
photos available at
www.RentalWorkshop.com
4-8-11-5-2


* CAMPUS EDGE CONDO *
2/2 Walk to UF, Shands, VA & Pharm School.
Tile floor, W/D in unit. Avail fall. Reasonable
rates. 239-250-6149 4-15-11-10-2

Duplex, Duckpond, CHA, carport, carpets,
ceiling fans, quiet, trees, large yard, $700mo,
920 NE 6th Ave., 376 0080; 284 3873.
postj@bellsouth.net 4-20-11-13-2


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Don't wait!
Place Your Sublease Ad TODAY!
The last issue for the spring
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$750/mo OBO Windsor Hall.Summer A/C
or B. Movein early. Furnished, secure,pool,
all utilities inc. Walk to UF.No roomies. Your
own apt! Parking avail. Call 954-821-1446
or radurier@bellsouth.net for info. 6-2-11-
30-3


$325 Gainesville Place Apartments, 1/1 in a
4/4- large bedroom with personal bathroom.
Lease runs from May 1st to August 3rd. Fully
furnished, washer and dryer, utilities includ-
ed $325 a month! Call Allison 904-327-0519
4-5-11-5-3


$505 Parkside 2 Townhomes, Very close to
UF (off sorority row), Lease runs May 1- July
31. Bedroom has own bath & private balcony,
1/2 bath downstairs, pay for half of elec Call
Ali 9416282134 or email booie12@ufl.edu
4-8-11-5-3


Hi ladies! If anyone is interested in a summer
sublease my room at Windsor hall it is going
to be free May to the beginning of August.
My roommate who you will share the room
with is really sweet and easy to live with. My
rent is $519 a month. It is just 2 blocks from
UF campus behind Norman Hall. It also has
a private kitchenette and bathroom. All inclu-
sive... rent so no having to worry about any
other bills. This beautiful dorm is also fully
furnished.If you're interested, let me know!
Call Sarah @ 407-936-4292 4-8-5-3


$379/mo Lexington Crossing Apt. 1 room in
a 4BR/4BA, furnished w/ utilities.
Available May through August
Interested? Please call 813-504-4265
or email abollin26@ufl.edu 4-8-11-5-3


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How long?! Find a better dishwasher in the
Alligator Classifieds.


WI1 Roommates


Roommate Matching HERE
Oxford Manor 377-2777
The Landings 336-3838
The Laurels 335-4455
Greenwich Green 372-8100
Hidden Lake 374-3866
4-20-70-4


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submit your classified ad
for print andlor web editions
right thru our website!
Just go to
www.alligator.org/classifieds
Visa and Mastercard accepted.

COLLEGE ROOMS STARTING AT $385.00
MONTH, UTILITIES INCLUDED, NO MOVE
IN COST. WE DO SEMISTER LEASING,
Frances 352-375-8787 Rent Florida Realty
9-26-11-78-4


Walk to UF from a 4bd/2ba NW house.Male
or female.No pets/smoking.Free off-street
parking$450.00/mo.lncludes all utilities,
wifi,security system, Available 8/1 yearly
lease. 727-726-2915 4-5-11-15-4


HANDYMAN SPECIAL Share 2BR/2BA MH
in Hidden Oaks. Furn rm incl elec, ph, cable,
internet. Close to UF, bus, shopping. $200
NR dep. $400/mo. NS, NA, ND. Handyman
can work off most. Caged pets ok. 331-0762
4-5-15-4


2BR/2BA avail now in 4BR/4BA Country-
side condo. $435/mo/room - utils incl. Direct
bus to UF 3 mis. Pool, exercise room,
nicely furn. 3rd Fir. W/D, wireless. Flo 352-
357-9656, or 352-636-4814 4-20-11-23-4


I am looking for a male roommate who is
very nice and easy to get along with. Asking
$300/mo which includes util & Dish Network
TV. If interested, call Joe at 331-4239 or 352-
682-9412 4-8-14-4


MOVE IN AUGUST-Need 1 female stu-
dent to share clean 2/2 furnished condo in
Rockwood Villas. Easy commute UF/SFC on
bus rte. No pets/smoking. $450/mo. includes
all utilities, W/D. Yrly lease. Text 727-494-
4503, surfinbean@gmail.com 4-4-11-7-4


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Female to rent room in 3/2 beautifully updat-
ed condo in quiet, attractive development,
private bath, w/d, walk-in closet, swimming
pool, weight room, on bus route $425 + 1/3
util Avail Aug (727)455-4204 4-5-11-5-4

STUDENTS NEEDED - TOWNHOUSE
W/D, clubhouse, pool, gated, parking, on bus
route. $350/mo + utils per room. Call 727-
729-1561 4-20-15-4

Female Roommate wanted in 2/1 for next
school year (Aug 1 2011-Aug 1 2012).
Rent is $275 + util (usually less than $100).
Looking for mature, considerate, easygoing
person. Close to campus on SW 16th ave,
buses available, 2 pools, W/D facilities in the
building, overall a good, cheap place to live.
Contact Annie at agreenel75@hotmail.com.
4-6-3-4






Sell your house, condo, acreage, mobile
home and much more in the ALLIGATOR
CLASSIFIEDS! Reach thousands of possible
buyers! Mastercard and Visa accepted over
the phone, by fax, email or CHECK OUT
PLACING YOUR AD THRU OUR ONLINE
AT www.alligator.org. or please call 373-
Find (373-3463)

NEW CONDOS-WALK TO UF
For Info on ALL Condo for Sale,
Visit www.UFCONDOS.COM or
Matt Price, University Realty, 352-281-3551
4-20-70-5

AFFORDABLE LUXURY NEW CONSTRUC-
TION NEAR UF, SHANDS, LAW SCHOOL
2Bed/3 Full Baths + Office. Granite
Counters, 2 Direct Bus Stops to UF.
Matt Price, University Realty, 352-281-3551
4-20-70-5


WALK TO UF & DOWNTOWN!
THE PALMS - New Ultra-Luxury Condos.
Granite, Huge Closets, Pool, Call Eric
Leightman, University Realty 352-219-2879
4-20-70-5

Finders Keepers? If you find something, you
can place a FREE FOUND AD in our lost &
found section. Be kind to someone who's
lost what you've found. Call 373-FIND.







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M11 Furnishings


BED - QUEEN - $120 ORTHOPEDIC
Pillow-top, mattress & box. Name brand,
new, still in plastic. Call 352-372-7490 will
deliver. 4-20-10-70-6

BED - FULL SIZE - $100 ORTHOPEDIC
Pillow-top mattress & box. New, unused, still
in plastic w/warranty. Can deliver. Call 352-
377-9846 4-20-10-70-6

MICROFIBER SOFA & LOVESEAT - $400
Brand new still packaged w/warranty. Must
sell. Can deliver. Retail $1600. 352-372-
7490 4-20-10-70-6

BED - KING - $200 PILLOWTOP
mattress & box springs. Orthopedic rated.
Name brand, new, never been used, in plas-
tic with warranty. Call 352-372-8588. Can
deliver. 4-20-70-6

BEDROOM SET. 7pc Cherry, Queen/ king
bed, dresser w/mirror, 2 nightstands, chests
avail. Dovetail const. New, in boxes. Can de-
liver. Retail $4500, must sell, sacrifice $850
(352) 372-7490 4-20-70-6

SOFA & LOVESEAT 100% Italian leather.
Brand new in plastic w/warranty. Retail
$1800. Sacrifice $700. Call 352-377-9846
4-20-70-6



First Care of -Q
Gainesville

No Appointment Needed! RTS
(352) 373-2340 #5 & #43
4343 Newberry Road, Suite 10
www.firstcareofgainesville.com


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FUTON Solid oak mission-style frame w/
mattress. New, in box. $160 332-9899

DINETTE SET 5pc $120 Brand new in box.
Never used. 352-377-9846 4-20-70-6

**BEDS -ALL BRAND NEW**
**Full $100 Queen $125 King $200**
Orthopedic pillow-top sets. Brand name
matching sets not used or refurbished. Still
in plastic, direct from factory! 352-333-7516.
4-20-70-6

BED- QUEEN New orthopedic pillowtop mat-
tress and boxspring set. Brand name, brand
new, still in plastic with warranty. Can deliver.
$130 352-377-9846. 4-20-70-6

BEDROOM SET- $300 BRAND NEW
Still in boxes! 5 pieces include: Headboard,
Nightstand, Dresser, Mirror, Chest. Must sell,
can deliver. 352-377-9846. 4-20-10-70-6



Computers



CASH PAID for Laptops
Parts & Repair Mac & PC laptops
Joel 336-0075 www.pcrecycle.biz
4-20-10-70-7

COMPUTER & LAPTOP REPAIRS
Network specialists
We buy computers and laptops
Working and Non-working
378-4009, 607 NW 13th Street
4-20-10-70-7


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originally called
Baby Gays
6 Actor Guinness
10 More than
stumbled
14 Basic belief
15 Capital
surrounding
Vatican City
16 Falco of "The
Sopranos"
17 Shabby
18 $3 million, 30-sec.
Super Bowl feature
19 Poet St.
Vincent Millay
20 Feeling of
uneasiness
23 Jungle swinger
25 Fla. hours
26 Cummerbund fold
27 Hand-held two-
way
communications
device
32 Cheering noisily
33 Mashed luau
staple
34 "M*A*S*H" staff
37 Reprimander's
"reading"
40 Leave for a bit
43 Mind reader's
skill, briefly
44 "How beautiful!"
46 Oil refinery input
47 Up-tempo jazz
piano style
51 Ami's good-bye
54 Tiny bit
55 His-and- towels
56 Symbolic
nosegays
61 Isaac's eldest
62 Knucklehead
63 Close, as a parka
66 Hollywood success
67 Hollywood favorite
68 College town near
Bangor
69 Nanny's charge
70 Bills with Hamilton
on them
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7 Affectionate bop
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perhaps
13 "It's the I can
do"
21 Honey maker
22 Prefix with center
or cycle
23 Informed (of)
24 Capital on the
Seine
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30 _ Angeles
31 With 28-Down,
layered chocolate
bar
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smoothing out
35 Film with
nakedness
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39 Dress (up) 51 'This is only "
41 Green prefix 52 Like the trail on a
42 Athlete who isn't cattle drive
green? 53 Singer Chris
45 Stumble across, 57 Change text
as an idea 58 Pie A la
47 Have no doubt 59 Former Lacoste
48 "Yes, mon partner
ami" 60 Dublin's isle
49 Props for Monet 64 Half of dos
and Manet 65 Chicken
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92 Eagle Talon $1699
89 Ford Bronco II $1499
97 Pontiac Transport $1499
96 Chevy Blazer $1999
352-338-1999 4-20-70-12

98 Cadillac Deville $1999
95 Ford Explorer $1999
98 Ford Expolorer $1999
97 Lincoln Town car $1999
352-338-1999 4-20-70-12

98 Landrover Discovery $4999
01 Chevy Silverado $4999
99 Ford F150 $5999
98 Dodge Durango $6999
352-338-1999 4-20-70-12


SUNRISE AUTO SALES
Certified vehicles
No credit check
Move vehicles $500 & up!
352-375-9090 4-20-70-12

SUNRISE AUTO SALES
No credit check, buy here pay here
Cars, SUVs, Trucks & Vans
30 day warranty
352-375-9090 4-20-70-12


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Electronics


CASH FOR ELECTRONICS
WORKING OR NOT!
Xbox, iTouch, Computer Repairs
www.techmodo.co
Techmodo (352)872 5881
6450 SWArcher Rd By the Beef'O Brady's
4-6-7-8



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***PARKING@@@
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538-
2181. Can leave mssg. 4-20-10-70-2

UF SURPLUS EQUIPMENTAUCTIONS
are underway...
bikes, computers, printers, vehicles & more.
All individuals interested in bidding go to:
surplus.ufl.edu 392-0370
4-20-10-70-10


GOATS FOR SALE
Charlie - 352-278-1925 4-20-70-10


Only for Students ofUF!
Win an Apple iPad 2 right now!
Go to www.giftnitro.com
Win a free Apple iPad2!
4-13-11-5-10



Motorcycles, Mopeds


***VWWW.RPMMOTORCYCLES.COM**
FULLSERVICE MOTORCYCLE -SCOOTER
REPAIR. 12TH YEAR IN GVILLE. OEM
& AFTERMARKET PARTS. BEST TIRE
PRICES IN TOWN. 352-377-6974 4-20-
70-11


*****New Scooters 4 Less*****
HUGE Selection. Scooter Sales & Service!
Great Scooters, Service & Prices!
118 NW 14th Ave, Ste D, 336-1271
www.NS4L.com
4-20-10-70-11



SCOOTER SERVICE
New Scooters 4 Less has LOW service rates!
Will service any make/model. Close to UF!
Pick-ups avail cheap oil changes!! 336-1271
4-20-10-70-11

**SCOOTER RENTALS**
Rent for a day, week, month or semester.
Students can rent to own! 352-336-1271
www.gainesvillescooterrentals.com 4-20-
10-70-11

***GatorMoto*** HUGE new scooter sale!
All models between $200 - $400 off! All come
with one year parts and labor warranties!
Hurry, the most popular colors are going fast!
352-376-6275 www.GatorMoto.com 4-20-
11-35-11






*FAST CASH FOR ALMOSTANY CARS *
ORunning or not!O
*NEED HONDA, TOYOTA, PICKUPS
*Over 17 yr svc to UF students
*Call Don @215-7987 4-20-70-12

CARS - CARS Buy6Sell@Trade
Clean BMW, Volvo, Mercedes
Toyota, Honda, Nissan cars
3432 N Main St. www.carrsmith.com
CARRSMITH AUTO SALES 373-1150
4-20-70-12

WE BUY JUNK CARS
Titles Only. Call KT 352-281-9980
4-20-70-12

**HEADLINERS SAGGING?**
POWER WINDOWS DON'T WORK?
On site avail. Steve's Headliners 352-226-1973
Google: Steve's Headliners, Gainesville
4-20-70-12


I BUY CARS & TRUCKS
Call Anytime 352-339-5158
4-20-11-72-12

SUN CITY AUTO SALES
60 day payoff
On cash vehicles
Pay off time negotiable
352-338-1999 4-20-70-12

SUN CITY AUTO SALES
All vehicles $0 down!
No credit check
Cash vehicles $1000 and up!
352-338-1999 4-20-70-12


Wanted




LOCAL ARTIST NEEDS:
* Gold * Diamonds * Gems * Class Rings
* ETC * Top Cash $$$ or Trade *
OZZIE'S FINE JEWELRY 352-318-4009.
4-20-70-13


UF GRAD PAYS MORE
for gold jewelry, scrap gold, Rolex, diamonds,
guitars, etc. Top $$$. Get my offer before you
sell! Call Jim 376-8090 or 222-8090
4-20-70-13

The American Cancer Society
Road to Recovery Volunteers Needed!
VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDED
to transport cancer patients to treatment.
Flexible schedule.
Training and liability insurance provided.
Please call
352-240-5053 if interested.


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
I AM BLIND & WOULD LIKE HELP WITH:
*Rides to church: Mass at Queen of Peace.
*Learning to rake knit hats to send to Haiti &
other places. Call 352-219-6948
4-8-11-70-13


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1. Who holds the record for the lon-
gest Division I college baseball hit-
ting streak?
2. In 2010, Philadelphia's Roy Hal-
laday tossed the eighth perfect game
in N.L. history. Name the pitchers for
the 6th and 7th ones.
3. When was the last time before the
2009 NFL season (Indianapolis, New
Orleans) that the top playoff seed
in each conference made the Super
Bowl?
4. Who was the last Kansas State
men's basketball player before Denis
Clemente to have at least 1,000 points
in a two-year career?
5. Name the last American taken in
the top five picks of anNHL Draft.
6. How many races did Kyle BIusch
win in the three main NASCAR
series in 2010?
7. When was the first time no Amer-
ican male tennis players were in the
ATP's top- 10 ranking?
Answers
1. Oklahoma State's Robin Ventura
hit in 58 consecutive games in 1987.
2. Montreal's Dennis Martinez
(1991) and Arizona's Randy Johnson
(2004).
3. It was the 1993 season (Buffalo
and Dallas).
4. Mitch Richmond (1986-88).
5. Zach Bogosian was the third
overall pick by Atlanta in 2008.
6. He won 24 races (three in Sprint
Cup, 13 in the Nationwide Series and
eight in the Camping World Truck
Series).
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SUN CITY AUTO SALES
Bring W2 and drive home today!
Cars, Trucks, SUV's, & Vans
Over 150 vehicles in stock!
352-338-1999 4-20-67-12


02 Dodge Neon $4500
00 Chevy 3500 $5900
02 Chevy Camero $6999
03 Ford Taurus $6999
352-375-9090 4-20-70-12

05 Saturn Ion $7999
04 Toyota Corolla $7999
04 Kia Sorento $8999
03 Nissan Altima $9999
352-375-9090 4-20-70-12


SUNRISE AUTO SALES
Bring W2 and drive home today!
Cars, Trucks, SUV's, & Vans
30 Day Warranty
352-375-9090 4-20-67-12


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lil Help Wanted


J II Help Wanted


J l II Help Wanted


J lI Health Services


J IWI Event Notices


Students in Accounting, Aviation, Business/
Sales and computer science needed for
various positions. Flexible schedules and
competitive pay. Join our team! Learn more
at www.gleim.com/employment 4-20-10-
70-14


$STUDENTS GET CASH ON THE SPOT$
For gently used clothing/accessories & fur-
niture. No appt.necessary! - Sandy's Savvy
Chic Resale Boutique 2906 NW 13th St. 372-
1226 sandysresale.com 4-20-10-70-14


Summer Jobs
*$2100
* Co-ed camp
* Room and Board included

Get Paid to Play!
The Florida Elks Youth Camp (FEYC) needs
college students for summer camp counsel-
ors ages 18 and up. FEYC is an over-night
camp located in Umatilla, FL. The camp runs
June 13 - August 6. Please contact Krys
Ragland at 1-800-523-1673 Ext. 251 or 352
455-4267. 4-20-11-66-14


***ATTENTION SMOKERS !**
O*Do you want to quit smoking?**
Smokers needed to participate in a smoking
cessation study. You may be compensated.
Call UF Smoking Lab & Clinic (352) 870-
6509 or email: ufsmokelabclinic@gmail.com
4-20-20-14


STUDENTPAYOUTS.COM
Paid survey takers needed. Gainesville.
100% FREE to join. Click on Surveys 4-20-
11-65-14


Love writing? Looking for writers for origi-
nal articles & product descriptions for
multiple IT websites. Earn up to $150-$300/
wk from your location. Must have excellent
grammar & writing skills. 626-602-5254
4-12-11-20-14


Remedy Staffing now offers Free Video
Resumes. Add to you Facebook profile,
Linkedin and many other social sites.
Call 672.6080 x-3 or email
stephenw@remedystaff.com to schedule.
4-12-11-20-4


City of Gainesville Parks/Rec
Dept. is now hiring for seasonal
recreation and aquatics positions
Competitive pay in great work
environment! Apply online today
at www.cityofgainesville.jobs 7-12-11-5-14


BARN HELP
Sunday only in exchange for lessons
or boarding at Hunter/Jumper facility.
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED 352-359-4149
4-20-26-14


Account Director/Project Manager wanted
for Gainesville web design company. Web
design/marketing experience required. Email
resume to hr@352media.com 5-24-11-30-
14


Web Designerwanted for Gainesville web de-
sign company. Outstanding graphic design,
Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash, XHTML &
CSS experience required. Email resume to
hr@352media.com 5-24-11-30-14


Web Programmer wanted for Gainesville
web design company. ASP.NET, C#, SQL
Server, HTML, XML experience required.
Email resume to hr@352media.com. 5-24-
11-30-14


The Village, an upscale retirement
community, is looking for CNAs and
LPNs to join our team. Experience in
Assisted Living is preferred. Part time
and PRN available. Competitive salary
and a great working environment.
For more information or to apply, please visit
www.thevillageonline.com/jobs The Village is
an Equal Opportunities Employer and a Drug
Free Workplace. 5-17-11-27-14


The Village, an upscale retirement com-
munity, is hiring! Multiple part time and full
time Life Coach positions available in both
Independent and Assisted Living. Come
and be a part of our growing team! These
positions play a support role in planning, or-
ganizing, and implementing our life enrich-
ment program that promotes total health and
wellness of each resident living here at The
Village. The ideal candidate will have experi-
ence conducting group programs with strong
interpersonal skills. Understanding and pas-
sion for working with older adults is a must. In
addition to experience with social programs,
individuals with a theology background and/or
fitness experience are encouraged to apply.
please visit www.thevillageonline.com/jobs
5-17-11-27-14


PROPERTY MANAGER
PT- Friendly, energetic person.
Requires good communication skills,
sales &/or mgmt. exp. & computer
knowledge. Great benefits. Must be
avail. wknds. Apply in person CMC
2770 NW43rd St., Ste. B DFWP
4-20-11-24-14

SPANISH TRANSLATOR
Gleim Publications is looking for candidates
that can translate accounting material from
English to Spanish. Must be native Spanish
speaker who spent formative years and high
school in their native country. Four year ac-
counting degree.

Please apply online at
http://www.gleim.com/employment. 4-5-11-
10-14

TECH SUPPORT
LINUXADMIN
SALES REPS
ADMIN ASST

Please apply online at
http://www.gleim.com/employment. 4-5-11-
10-14


Help Wanted at Gun Club.
Exp shotgun/firearm safety, Wed, Fri, Sat,
Sun - noon to pm schedule. Call Mr Clay
352-372-1044 GatorSkeetandTrap.com
4-20-11-21-14

Camp Counselors
Part time and full time positions open im-
mediately & over the summer. Must be 18
or older and good with children. Apply with
resume online at www.GirlsPlace.net 4-8-
11-10-14

$15 for a 90-minute study. To participate, you
should have grown up in a Spanish-speaking
country & become fluent in English when you
came to the US for school. Contact Sabra
Pelham at spelham@ufl.edu to sign up!
4-11-10-14

CAREGIVER TO LIVE-IN with elderly lady.
Room, board, salary. Gainesville. Must have
driver's license, good driving record and be
able to pass background & drug test. Call
Connie 352-792-2743 4-5-11-5-14

SCOOTER/MOTORCYCLE MECHANIC
PT/FTjobs available. Experience
W/ 2 & 4-stroke motors a must!
Inquire within or call 336-1271
Collin@NS4L.com 4-20-16-14

Computer Programming Internship
Work with local small business to
Expand online presence, update &
build websites, and network. Web
Design experience required.
Collin@NS4L.com for more info. 4-20-16-
14

Receptionist/file clerk/runner for busy law
firm. Must be organized, motivated, profes-
sional w/positive attitude, reliable transpor-
tation, p/t. Resume, cover letter w/available
days/times: hrmbl204@yahoo.com 4-4-
11-3-14

SMOKERS needed for study assessing
the effects of various activities on cravings/
withdrawal/smoking. COMPENSATION pro-
vided. Call 336-406-3706 or email
uflsmokelab@gmail.com 4-6-4-14


Web Designer/Project Manager (immediate
opening). Design (photoshop) and coordinate
building of websites. Photoshop required.
HTML, CSS, Joomla, Flash preferred. 20-40
hours/wk, flexible hours. Email cover letter/
resume/portfolio to jobs@GINsystem.com.
4-7-11-5-14


Hiring Now for Fall!!
Office assistant for in-home office.Avg 10-15
hrs/week. Must have transportation, be reli-
able, honest, and a hard worker. Pay $7.25/
hr with raise in 30 days. Email info@fratmg-
mt.com and we will email you complete job
description. 4-8-11-5-14


Seeking undergraduates or recent graduates
with an interest in behavior analysis, and/or
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UF BASEBALL

Florida's bullpen steps up in sweep of Tennessee
By JESSE SIMONTON "That's the first time I've ever
Alligator Staff Writer made that play in a game," Toledo
jsimonton@alhgator org said. "There was really no other play


nam...un i i.ii.Unu./ ,n=**'u*
Florida junior right-hander Tommy Toledo throws a pitch during UF's 9-1 win over Tennessee at McK-
ethan Stadium on Sunday. Toledo protected a 1-0 lead in the sixth, relieving starter Karsten Whitson.


After relaxing while Hudson
Randall pitched a gem Friday night,
the Gators' stout bullpen flexed its
muscles the rest of the weekend.
No. 3 Florida (24-5, 7-2 Southeast-
ern Conference) rode its relievers to
a sweep of Tennessee (19-9, 2-7 SEC),
winning 9-1 on Sunday afternoon in
McKethan Stadium.
For the second straight day the
Gators' pen put out the fire, throw-
ing four innings of relief, including
three huge outs from Tommy To-
ledo in the sixth.
"Tommy did a great job of step-
ping up and getting the guys out
t. d :, ." junior right fielder Preston
Tucker said. "One thing about our
bullpen is we got guys that will
come in and do the job, so we know
all we need to do is score a few runs
and we'll get the'W.'"
Protecting a slim 1-0 lead, Toledo
relieved freshman starter Karsten
Whitson with no outs and runners
on second and third.
With the infield in, the junior
right-hander induced a groundout
to third before nailing a runner at
the plate on an athletic, bare-handed
scoop on a swinging bunt.


I had."
After inducing a flyout to escape
the jam, Florida responded with
eight runs on nine hits in the sixth
and seventh innings.
"Right after that, we had the mo-
mentum on our side," Toledo said.
"Once we get the momentum, we're
tough to beat."
Mike Zuno and Tucker hit
back-to-back doubles to lead off the
bottom of the sixth as UF scored
three runs in the inning.
Using a barrage of singles in the
seventh, Florida pounded two Ten-
nessee relievers for five runs, in-
cluding two scorching run-scoring
knocks by Austin Maddox (3 for 3,
two RBIs) and Nolan Fontana (2 for
4, two RBIs).
Fontana had a monster week-
end, as UF's shortstop was its top
run producer, driving in eight on six
hits. Florida's leadoff hitter has 23
RBIs on the season, tied for tops on
the team.
Whitson made his seventh start
of the year, tossing five scoreless in-
nings before being lifted with two
on in the sixth.
The flamethrower struggled
SEE BASBEALL, PAGE 15


Host UF thrives at Relays


* THE GATORS WON FOUR EVENTS
THIS WEEKEND AT HOME.

By JOE MORGAN
Alligator Writer

Honoring their seniors before the season
opener would be considered odd in most
sports, but it's nothing out of the ordinary
for track and field.
In a sport where a team has only one or
two home dates per year, this weekend's
Florida Relays may have been the only op-
portunity to see a full home crowd.
"It was great being in front of friends
and family. You can't beat that feeling,"
UF coach Mike Holloway said. "Up in the
stands, there's a great crowd up there, so it
was a great experience for us."
The Gators picked up four event victo-
ries, saw senior Jeremy Postin set a UF re-
cord and put up plenty of other personal-
best times and marks at Percy Beard Track


in Pressly Stadium over the weekend.
"It's nice to know The Gator Nation sup-
ports us," junior Gray Horn said.
"It's nice not having to travel," added Pos-
tin, whose hammer throw of 65.09m/213-6
on Friday broke his own school record.
Florida's first home date of the season
held extra meaning for junior Christian
Taylor.
In addition to winning the men's 400m
dash, Taylor was awarded the
William R. Richardson Memo-
rial Track Scholarship, given
Sto the top junior track and
IraCk held athlete, and his parents
were in the crowd to witness
his successful weekend.
"(My parents) actually haven't seen me
run since my senior year in high school,
so it was really big to get this win with my
second-best time," Taylor said.
Joining Taylor as individual winners
this weekend were junior Jeff Demps (100m
SEE TRACK, PAGE 15


Gators advance after


'ugly' meet at NCAAs


By ALLISON BANKO
Alligator Writer

Although it was the biggest meet of
the season, something was off for the
Florida gymnastics team on Saturday.
"They were very flat," UF coach
Rhonda Faehn said. "I didn't feel that
they had a lot of spirit or rm.- " -
The No. 1 Gators' performances
weren't up to their usual standards
at the NCAA North Central Region
Championships, and Florida was
edged 196.550 to 196.425 by No. 12 Ar-
kansas, dropping UF to second among
the six teams in Denver.
UF will move on to the NCAA
Championships on April 15 despite


nearly seeing its season come to a
close, edging out third-place Boise
State by just.025 points.
"It was ugly. It was a very unchar-
acteristic perfor-
mance for us, and I
really don't have an
explanation for it.
There are no excuse
es," Faehn said. "I
thought they fought
hard, but again, this
meet is definitely
Faehn one I'd like to for-
get."
After apprehensive performances
in the Southeastern Conference Chain-
SEE GYM, PAGE 15


* Anthony Chiang, Jesse Simonton and InsideTheGators.com's Kyle Maistri join
host Adam Berry to discuss Florida's spring football season, preview Saturday's
spring game, talk a little Gators baseball, mull over topics related to sports
journalism and hand out their weekly awards. Check alligatorSports.org this
afternoon, and be sure to subscribe to our show on iTunes.


Today's question: Who will lead the
Gators in rushingtouchdowns during
the 2011 football season?


* Former Gators and current Oakland Raiders
wide receiver Louis Murphy was arrested in
Gainesville on Sunday morning and charged
on three misdemeanors. Murphy was report-
edly in possession of unprescribed Viagra.






14, ALLIGATOR U MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011


UF ROUNDUP

Lacroix shines on Senior Day, records 200th career win


By THOMAS NASSIFF
Alligator Writer

As Alexandre Lacroix reflected on a ca-
reer defined by breaking records and setting
standards, it was only fitting that he contin-
ued the trend on Senior Day.
Lacroix, the lone senior for the No. 15 UF
men's tennis team, was recognized before
Sunday's match against Vanderbilt amid
one of the most remarkable careers in pro-
gram history.
By the end of the match, Lacroix had be-
come just the second UF player to reach 200
total wins, and he helped the Gators (13-6,
6-2 Southeastern Conference) celebrate their
last regular-season contest at home with a
7-0 shutout of the Commodores (11-8, 2-6
SEC).
"I really tried to keep the emotion inside
me because I know it's hard to play tennis
with that emotion," Lacroix said. "So, I tried
to keep it and just let it go at the end of the
match."
Lacroix and Sekou Bangoura Jr. clinched
the doubles point for Florida with an 8-6 win
over Vanderbilt's Adam Baker and Charlie
Jones.
That win gave Lacroix his 200th career


victory as he joined Justin O'Neal (1997-
2000) as the only other player in UF history
to reach that mark. O'Neal recorded 208 ca-
reer victories, a number Lacroix still has a
chance to top this season.
Lacroix's singles match Sunday was a
come-from-behind win in a third-set tie-
breaker over the Commodores' Ryan Lip-
man.
The final match score wasn't at all indica-
tive of how close the action was, as Vander-
bilt proved deserving of its No. 30 national
ranking despite a subpar record in confer-
ence play.
The Gators saw four singles matches
enter second-set tiebreakers and played
phenomenally as a team to close out those
matches.
Bangoura, Nassim Slilam and Billy Feder-
hofer each needed tiebreakers to win their
matches in straight sets. Bob van Overbeek
lost his tiebreaker but won the third set to
claim his victory.
The match could have turned out worse
for Florida had it not succeeded in those
tiebreakers, as the Gators have struggled in
close decisions this spring.
"It was much like the Kentucky match or
the Mississippi State match, but we just won


all the close matches," UF coach Andy Jack-
son said. "We did some things tactically bet-
ter, and we won a hard-fought victory that
we were pleased with."

UF MATCHES RECORD LOW IN THIRD
ROUND: It's not often in a round of golf
that everything comes together at the same
time, but that's exactly what happened for
the Florida women's golf team Sunday at
the Liz Murphy Invitational.
The Gators shot up the
leaderboard, moving from
12th to fifth with a tourna-
ment course record-tying
11-under-par round.
UF coach Jan Dowling
has preached all year that
her squad has the poten-
Dowling trial to stack up with any
team in the nation, and
the Gators finally made good on that claim
Sunday.
"This is a huge confidence-builder for
us," Dowling said. "Our goal all season has
been to peak in the postseason, and if we can
take care of business in the next two weeks,
we look ready to do that."
On a day with many memorable per-


formances, the most gratifying for UF was
the 2-under-par 70 carded by senior Jessica
Yadloczky. The team captain has struggled
during her final year in Gainesville, but her
impact on the team has still been substantial
due to her leadership and competitiveness
in practice.
Yadloczky shot two birdies over her last
five holes to earn her first under-par round
of the season.
Sophomore Mia Piccio turned in Florida's
lowest score of the day. She shot a 3-under-
par 69, climbing to 11th on the individual
leaderboard after carding five birdies in
seven holes on the front nine.
Sophomore Isabelle Lendl also played
her best round of an impressive tournament
Sunday. Lendl's 1-under-par performance
earned her a fifth-place finish.
The Gators now have a two-week layoff
before heading to Auburn for the Southeast-
ern Conference Championship on April 15.
"We just need to do what we normally do
to keep the momentum from this round for
SECs," Dowling said. "Our focus in practice
has been our short game, and it worked well
for us today, so we're going to continue with
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Freshman McGee wins first outdoor race


TRACK, from page 13

sprint) and freshman Cory Mc-
Gee (800m run).
Demps won his event in
10.07 seconds, improving on
his previous personal-best
mark at the Florida Relays of
10.11 seconds, which he set in
2010.
As for McGee, the accom-


plishments keep coming for the
two-time Southeastern Confer-
ence Freshman of the Week
Award winner.
She recorded her first out-
door victory by winning the
800m run and also anchored
the 1600m sprint medley relay
that secured UF's only team
victory.
Although Holloway ex-


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Max Reed/ Alligator Staff
Florida's Jeff Demps runs the 100-meter dash at the Florida
Relays on Friday at Percy Beard Track in Pressly Stadium.


pressed disappointment in the
women's team's performance
following an unsatisfying end
to the indoor season, it has
picked up four event victories
in the outdoor season's first
three meets.
"I'm excited about the wom-
en's team as a whole," Hollo-
way said. "What we did in-
doors is not indicative of what
kind of team we are."
The No. 1 Florida men had a
disappointing second day, fall-
ing to capture two events they
won at last season's Florida
Relays.
The 4x100 relay saw the
Gators finish third (38.91 sec-
onds) behind Florida State and
winner Pure Athletics.
A pro team from Pure Ath-
letics set a new Florida Relays
record with its winning time,
finishing the race in 38.74 sec-
onds.
UF was unable to finish the
4x200 relay because sopho-
more Tony McQuay fell during
his leg of the run and was too
injured to continue.
"Tony's been battling inju-
ries all year long, and they just
keep popping up," Holloway
said. "Tony's been blessed with
a lot of great God-given talent,
so we'll get him fixed up. And
we've got six weeks to get him
ready for conference, so that's
our starting point."
While the weekend didn't
produce a lot of victories and
had its fair share of disappoint-
ments, Holloway still saw it as
a point to build on moving for-
ward.
"There are some things that
we're very good at it, things
we're not so good at and things
we have to get a lot better at,"
Holloway said. "What we're
going to do is sit down as a
staff, talk about it, look at it,
get together on Monday and
get back to work."


Randall, Gators staff slow


down potent Vols lineup

BASEBALL, from page 13


early, :,ll 'i,, the bases loaded
in the second inning before bar-
ing down and escaping trouble.
Whitson scattered five hits and
didn't walk another batter after
the second while striking out six
for the game.
"He's a power pitcher," UF
coach Kevin O'Sullivan said.
"Sometimes you get some walks
in there, but with power guys,
you get strikeouts. I thought he
threw the ball good, but most im-
portantly, he battled through that


second inning."
The Gators' pitching domi-
nated the SEC's top-hitting team
all series, as Randall tossed a
four-hit shutout in Friday night's
3-0 victory before Brian Johnson
and Anthony DeSclafan limited
the Volunteers to just two runs
on four hits in Saturday's 11-2
blowout.
"Anthony [DeSclafani] yes-
terday was outstanding, and I
thought Toledo was equally as
good- ..1:, " O'Sullivan said.


UF keeping title hopes alive


GYM, from page 13


pionships, Faehn said this competi-
tion wasn't much different.
"They didn't come out and com-
pete -, -... ._1 " Faehn said.
"They're all great performers, but we
allowed the doubts to creep in."
While freshman Alaina Johnson
finished No. 1 in the all-around, Faehn
said she was disappointed in UF's
"lackluster i.-,.... " overall, and she
is glad the team was able to advance
despite the poor performances.
When Florida kicked off its floor
exercise, the outlook seemed promis-
ing.
Sophomore Marissa King complet-
ed the double layout in her routine,
which Faehn described as beautiful.
Johnson also had a solid performance,
as both she and King posted 9.9s,
placing them in the four-way tie for
second in the event.
But when the competition turned
to vault, Faehn said the gymnasts'
landings were worse than they were
at SECs.
All-arounders Johnson and sopho-
more Ashan6e Dickerson managed to
pull through, escaping with a three-


way tie for first place.
The only event Faehn said the
gymnasts performed better in was
bars, as freshman Mackenize Caquat-
to snagged first with a 9.95 and John-
son grabbed second with a 9.925.
But things fell apart on beam, as
the usually solid and consistent Eliza-
beth Mahlich posted a 9.225 while
Dickerson stumbled to the second-
lowest score of the competition with
an 8.475.
But senior Maranda Smith was
confident the team would be able to
fix its problems
heading into the
SNCAA Champi-
onships on April
Gymnastics 15.,,
"We all have
good mindsets,
and we are willing to sacrifice any-
thing for the team," Smith said. "This
team hasn't lost the will and the drive
to win a national championship."
"We're going to put them under
more pressure situations," Faehn
added. "We'll be putting them in real
uncomfortable positions on beam and
see who is going to rise to the occa-
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UF SOFTBALL

Rogers struggles as Gators suffer second straight sweep


By STEPHEN SHEEHAN
Alligator Writer

For the second weekend in a row, the
Gators went winless.
After getting blown out 10-2 on Friday,
No. 5 Florida (30-7, 7-6 Southeastern Confer-
ence) nearly notched a come-from-behind
win Saturday before losing 7-6 to No. 23
Kentucky (25-7, 11-3 SEC).
But Sunday's loss wasn't even close.
The Gators narrowly avoided the run-
rule but eventually suffered another sweep
as the Wildcats closed out the series with a
decisive 9-2 win.
"To watch us play today was pretty hard
to - :1II.. ," UF coach Tim Walton said.
With the way Florida has been pitching, it
never had a chance.
Hannah Rogers was the only Gator to
take the mound this weekend, but her per-
formances were less than impressive.
The freshman turned in her fourth con-
secutive poor outing since starting the sea-
son 16-1. Her struggles couldn't have come
at a worse time, as senior ace Stephanie Bro-
mbacher remained sidelined with a bicep
injury.
"She just wasn't very good," Walton said.
"She gave up way too many hits. ... She
wasn't sharp."
The young righty's woes continued Sun-
day, when the Wildcats pounded her for
eight runs in the first inning.
Leadoff hitter Meagan Aull, who went
5 for 10 with eight RBIs on the weekend,
proved to be Rogers' toughest nemesis.


The outfielder started off Sunday with
a solo shot to left before adding a two-run
homer later in the inning.
While Rogers was able to settle down for
the rest of the game, the damage was already
done.


"Hannah's been having to throw every
single game, and that's been hard on her
mentally and physically," left fielder Kelsey
Bruder said.
Walton said Kentucky's lineup matched
Rogers stride for stride, fouling off good


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sweep at the hands of Kentucky, giving up 24 earned runs in three losses.


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More concerning for UF than the pitching
performance was its inability to put together
quality at-bats.
The Gators' typically potent lineup
seemed timid and provided little firepower,
mustering only two runs on five hits and
striking out 10 times.
"I didn't think we were aggressive at the
plate," Walton said. "I've tried getting differ-
ent players in, but it doesn't get any better
when you look at the box score."
While center fielder Michelle Moultrie
and second baseman Aja Paculba combined
to go 7 for 21, the rest of the lineup barely
made a mark on the stat sheet.
Power hitters Bruder, Megan Bush and
Brittany Schutte accounted for only three
RBIs and struck out 11 times, while the bot-
tom of the order was nearly nonexistent.
After a string of impressive performances
against Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Geor-
gia, Bruder described her weekend as just
"average."
"For some girls, going 1 for 3 is a good
weekend," she said. "But I expect much bet-
ter of myself. We have to be more aggressive,
especially earlier in the count, and shorten
up with two strikes."
With the team stuck in a six-game slump,
everything from the team's pregame meals to
weight lifting sessions will be re-evaluated.
"We're going to shake up the process
with everything we do," Walton said. "We'll
turn the table over and pick everything back
up and go from there. We're not going down
without a fight."


Cullen scores record seven goals as UF rolls over PSU


* THE SOPHOMORE LEADS
THE NATION WITH 56 GOALS.

By JOHN BOOTHE
Alligator Writer

It only took Kitty Cullen eight
seconds Saturday at Penn State to
answer whether the Gators were
ready for their first road game in 45
days.
With one whip of her stick, the
sophomore buried the quickest goal
in Florida's two seasons of play, one
of her seven on the day, and helped
lead a banner day for the No. 6
Gators (11-1, 2-0 American Lacrosse
Conference) in a 13-7 victory over
the No. 16 Nittany Lions (6-5, 1-1


ALC).
"It's really hard to put into
words," UF coach Amanda O'Leary
said of Cullen's performance. "She
just dominated the offense. Her
shooting was spot on. She made
very good decisions. ... Just the fact
of how many points she's put on the
board speaks for itself."
Cullen, who leads the nation
with 56 goals, tacked on five more
by halftime to tie her and Ashley
Bruns' Florida record of six goals in
a game. The two have matched their
shared mark six times, so it was only
fitting both had a hand in the record-
breaking goal.
On the Gators' opening posses-
sion of the second half, Bruns fed the
ball inside the 8-meter arc to Cullen,


who beat Penn State goalie Dana
Cahill to notch her school-record
seventh goal of the game.
"(Bruns) really played well,"
Cullen said. "She kept her head
up and was able to get a lot of re-
ally great feeds, and we were able to
have great options
S off of the shots be-
cause of the way
she was working
Lacrosse the ball."
The game
wasn't all posi-
tve for UF, as sophomore Brittany
Dashiell suffered a concussion with
less than 10 minutes left in the first
half after she collided with a Penn
State player and fell to the turf.
O'Leary said the midfielder also cut


her chin in the process, and that in-
jury alone would have been enough
to keep her out the rest of the game.
"When Brittany went down, it
was definitely scary because she is
one of our best players from defense
to transition and offense - she's
awesome," Cullen said. "But then
other people just realized, 'Hey, this
is my time to step up.'"
Led by three straight goals from
Cullen and four assists by Bruns, the
Gators responded to their teammate
going down with a 5-0 run, breaking
a 5-5 tie.
Adding to the offensive surge
in Dashiell's stead with second-half
goals were sophomores Colby Rhea,
Jamne Hillier, Caroline Cochran and
Caroline Chesterman, who scored


twice.
"Penn State wasn't ready for us
to come out and play like that as a
team, together," Bruns said. "And
that was the best part about com-
ing out today was that we didn't
care about the distractions. We just
played together."
When the dust settled, Penn State
found itself down 10-5 and was only
able to manage two more goals the
rest of the way, as sophomore goalie
Mikey Meagher shut down the Nit-
tany Lions' offense with eight saves.
The victory extended the Gators'
winning streak to 11 (second-longest
in the nation), including two in ALC
play, topping UF's regular-season
and conference win total from all of
last season.


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0the independent florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc of Gainesville, Florida VOLUME 105 ISSUE 58 We Inform. You Decide. MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011 Quran burning puts city back in spotlight AT LEAST 21 PEOPLE HAVE DIED DURING PROTESTS IN AFGHANISTAN. By CJ PRUNER Alligator Staff Writer As he laid his Bible and handgun ever so carefully down on a music stand, Terry Jones slowly made his way to the pulpit to deliver his sermon. For all the sweeping vows and charged rhetoric he has delivered in the past several months, Jones, the pastor of the Dove World Outreach Center, let his hands do most of the talking Sunday. They pounded with every rising cadence, pointed outward to the enemies beyond the church's walls and drew inward to call upon those gathered to stand up for "the truth." It's these hands, most people say, that are responsible for the the blood spilled in Afghanistan as at least 21 people have been killed in the last three days in reaction to the church's burning of the Quran, which took place March 20 under Jones' direction. But that's for the outside world. On this Sunday, Jones is leading his flock through the Book of Joshua and how the Israelities crossed the Jordan River while carrying the covenant. The river was wet, dirty and muddy, Jones tells his followers. There may have been bugs and mosquitoes there to nibble on flesh. This was not a time for democracy or votes. In order for Joshua's people to survive, Jones says, they needed to obey. "It took many strong men to carry the covenant," he says. It was not easy, but you know what it was? It was a privilege and an honor." Now, the time has come, Jones tells his audience, for the church to carry its covenant. Like Martin Luther King Jr., the founding fathers in the American International Revolution and the first News Christians, they must be willing to take a chance. "When the Civil Rights Movement first happened, many people died. Does that make [King] wrong?" Jones asks the crowds. "NO!" the worshipers answer in reply. Later, Jones tells them, Why do I do what I do? I do simply what I do because I'm more afraid of God than I am of you." That fear, Jones says, cannot be overpowered by any threats of violence against him or his church. "There's only one way to stop me," Jones says. "Kill me." U U U It took one phone call to ruin Garrett Garner's Friday. With his mind far from City Hall, Garner, a policy assistant for Mayor Craig Lowe, sat on his couch, his television flashing black-andSEE AFGHANISTAN, PAGE 4 STUDENT ACTIVISM Dance Marathon raises record $700,000 for kids By MORGAN WATKINS Alligator Writer As the opening lines of Reel 2 -Nr Real's "I Like to Move It" echoed through the O'Connell Center on I Saturday, a mob of about 800 students rushed to the center of the floor. Then, they danced. 0 dThis is Dance Marathon, a tradition that celebrated its 17th year at UF last weekend. Students started standing at 11:48 a.m. Saturday and didn't sit down again until about 2 p.m. Sunday. Students stood for 26.2 hours to raise money for the Children's Miracle Network at Shands Children's Hospital at UF, said Kenny Brighton, a graduate student who served as the overall director for DM. Last year, the dancers broke their record by raising more than $500,000. This year, DM raised $713,053.68. Students raised money throughout the year for the organization, which culminated in the all-night dance-a-thon. Matt Michel, a UF law student who has been a DM dancer since he MaxRee/ Aliato Stffwas a freshman in 2004, received a Dance Marathon participants rest by piggybacking and stacking, with a little help from their friends, after nearly 24 hours of standing and commemorative shirt on stage Satdancing in the O'Connell Center on Sunday afternoon. The event raised more than $700,000 for the Children's Miracle Network at Shands Children's Hospital at UF. For video coverage of Dance Marathon, go to alligator.org. SEE DANCE, PAGE 4 April Fool's prank costs Illinois teenager $150 in tickets BLOOMINGTON, Ill. -A 16-year-old central Illinois girl has been given $150 in tickets after the worried victims of her April Fool's Day prank called police. Bloomington police say the girl texted her friend and cousin Friday morning and said she'd been robbed and shot in the foot. The pair called police, who rushed to a home where they found the 16-year-old safe. She hadn't been robbed or shot. The (Bloomington) Pantagraph reports the girl received a $100 ticket for disorderly conduct and a $50 ticket for truancy because she wasn't in school Friday. Police say she could have been criminally charged with filing a false police report. Bloomington police spokesman Dave White says the friend and cousin did the right thing by calling police. They haven't been cited or charged. -THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 8 Prt Partly CROSSWORD 11 cloudy SPORTS 13 89/65 visit www.alligator.org Florida junior right-hander Tommy Toledo (right) and the rest of the Gators bullpen helped UF to a series sweep of Tennessee this weekend in McKethan Stadium. See Story, Page 13.

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2, ALLIGATOR U MONDAY, APRIL 4,2011 News Today Graduate Christian Fellowship Meeting Today, 7 p.m. Reitz Union Room 285 Sarah Hamersma from the economics department will be speaking on "Grad School: Not just a means to an end." Frozen yogurt at Mochi afterward. PAM Kick-Off Concert Feat. Allison Weiss Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Orange & Brew Come kick back and kick off Pride Awareness Month with an acoustic concert featuring singer-songwriter Allison Weiss. Weiss is a high-energy, folk-infused, powerpop singer from Brooklyn, N.Y. Local singer Jeff Jones will open. This event is co-sponsored by Pride Student Union. UF Toastmasters open house Tuesday, 5:45 p.m. Entomology Building Room 1027 All are welcome to meet members, learn about Toastmasters and enjoy pizza and drinks. The organization provides a way for members to learn and practice public speaking and leadership skills. For more information, go to www.toastmasters.org or call Mary at 352-870-2267. Wolf Family Lecture on the American Law of Real Property Tuesday, 11 a.m. Martin H. Levin Advocacy Center The annual Wolf Family LectureontheAmericanLaw of Real Property will explore how American property law helped serve as the foundation for democracy in the United States. The lecture is titled "Property Law as the Infrastructure of Democracy" and will be given by Harvard Law School professor Joseph Singer, a nationally recognized expert in property law. For more info contact Matt Walker in the UF Law Communications Office at 352273-0650 or mlwalker@law.ufl. edu. Student Government is accepting applications Applications for the 2011-2012 Student Government Executive Branch are now open. All students are encouraged to apply. Please visit sg.ufl.edu/ applynow to launch your involvement in next year's Student Government. If you have any questions, please come to the SG Office in Room 305 of the Reitz Union or call 352-392-1665. Edible Book Contest Thursday In front of Library West Prizes will be given in five categories. See details and entry form at uflib.ufl.edu/ readathon. TODAY PARTLY CLOUDY 89/65 TUESDAY 7< THUNDER STORMS 68/46 The Kickoff Block Party Friday, 11:30 a.m. Institute of Black Culture Clebrate the end of the year with food, a live DJ, games and giveaways. Electric Contra Sunday, 4 p.m. Rion Ballroom The Contra Dancing Club hosts an "electric contra" featuring the band Full Circle and caller Dana Parkinson. No partner or experience needed. Entrance is $5 for students and $8 for everyone else. Sirens of Synchronicity April 11, 7:30 p.m. The Thomas Center Four vocalists will come together for a sonic presentation created in the moment. Presented and conceived by internationally renowned vocalist, performance artist and improviser Jill Burton, this one-time event is a unique opportunity in Gainseville to experience the magic and power of the human voice. Advance tickets available at Persona, 201 SE Second Place. Got Something Going On? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with "What's Happening" in the subject line to ebehrman@alligator. org. Please model your submissions after above events. Improperly formatted "What's Happening" submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper. Wyoming town's four residents counted after Census snafu LOST SPRINGS, Wyo. The Wyoming town of Lost Springs can finally count on the Census to get its population correct: Four, not one. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that the Census Bureau somehow missed four other residents of the town when it counted only one person in 2000. The cause of that mistake wasn't clear. Leda Price, who lives on the west side of the 1-block Main Street, jokes that officials must have counted only her side of town. The 2010 Census, however, got it right this time when it found and counted all four of Lost Springs' residents. The newspaper reports that since WEDNESDAY SUNNY 76/53 THURSDAY 'at SUNNY 83/59 FRIDAY SUNNY 86/62 the 2000 survey, two residents died but a newcomer moved in. The state highway department says it will change the town's population on signs. -THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fake massage parlor inspector pleads not guilty NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -A former police officer has pleaded not guilty to showing up at a Southern California massage parlor wearing a badge and a gun and demanding a free rubdown and cash for his "inspection" of the business. Edward Justin LaPorte who is accused of posing as an inspector -got a 30-minute backrub, police say. He is accused of then requesting a frontal massage and $200. The manager of the Golden Spa was suspicious about the supposed quality-control check and called Lake Forest licensing of fices. LaPorte, 47, left when a real inspector arrived and started asking questions, police say. LaPorte then allegedly fled and was tracked down by his license plate number. -THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Feathers fly in mass pillow fights in cities LONDON -People in cities across the globe have taken part in mass pillow fights as part of International Pillow Fight Day. In London's Trafalgar Square, people came dressed in pajamas, dressing gowns and fancy dress to take part in the good natured pillowfight Saturday afternoon. Most people carried featherfilled pillows that exploded as they fought. London's Metropolitan Police said Sunday that the event had been peaceful and they had no reports of any trouble. Organizers listed similar events in more than 130 cities around the world. The fights were organized by The Urban Playground Movement, which wants to encourage people to make use of public spaces. -THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Alligator strives to be accurate and clear in its news reports and editorials. 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MONDAY, APRIL 4,2011E ALLIGATOR, 3 Gospel choirs sing at annual event By JESSICA KEGU Alligator Contributing Writer Voices from around the state filled the University Auditorium on Sunday evening for the University Gospel Choir's annual spring Gospel Extravaganza. This year's event, which drew about 320 people, was tied "The Garden of Praise." The event featured choirs from UF, the University of South Florida and the University of Central Florida, as well as guest artist 13th Disciple. The concert opened with a solo dancer and was followed by the stomping and clapping UF choir. On By the end of the first Campus song, half of those in the audience were on their feet, clapping to the rhythm. "Tonight we want to transform this auditorium into a sanctuary," said pastor Natron A. Curtis of the Mt. Zura Full Gospel Baptist Church in Newberry. The concert ended with an a cappella performance by 13th Disciple. Dianeka Perrien, a sophomore criminology major, said she attended the concert to hear live gospel music and support a friend in the choir. "You don't find gospel music around here a lot in Gainesville -in college in general," she said. Jasmine Earls / Alligator The University Gospel Choir, headed by PASSAGE Family Church member Nate McCray, sang and danced for a crowd of about 320 Sunday night in the University Auditorium. Your campus news source UF Museum exhibit showcases barrier islands Visitors can discover the "Barrier Islands: Creations of Tide and Time" exhibit at the Florida Museum of Natural History through June 26. The free exhibit provides a glimpse of Southeast barrier islands' natural beauty through 26 paintings by Florida artists, Brenda Hofreiter, Nancy Moskovitz and Mary Jane Volkmann. "Since we are all friends, creating a group exhibition followed easily," Moskovitz said. "We plan to exhibit in other venues and continue to explore and paint other Georgia and Florida barrier islands." All of the paintings are available for purchase and the artists have agreed to donate 30 percent of the proceeds to the museum. The oil and acrylic paintings highlight the natural landscape or wildlife with scenic illustrations of sunsets, sunrises, tidal marshes and more. The exhibit also describes what inspired the artists to create the paintings, some of which depict scenes from Amelia Island, located in Nassau County, and Sapelo Island, located in McIntosh County, Ga. The painting "SunriseSt. Augustine Beach" by Barbara Hofreiter is on display in the exhibit "Barrier Islands: Creations of Tide and Time" at the Florida Museum of Natural History through June 26. Hofreiter, Moskovitz and Volkmann are past recipients of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Artist-in-Residence Program, which allowed them to live on Sapelo Island and paint scenes from various barrier islands off the Georgia coast. "We realized what a privilege we had been given to learn about, explore and paint April 7, 1979: About 5,000 people, ranging in age from 16 months old to 72 years old, gather at Lake Alice Field and smoke out in public as part of a "toke-in" benefit concert supporting the legalization of marijuana. A Tallahassee-based lobbying group collects 2,280 signatures in support of a bill proposing that posession of one ounce of marijuana be a violation, as opposed to the existing law, which makes posession of five grams a misdemeanor. April 3, 1983: Officials and boosters of the UF football program violated NCAA rules for encouraging student athletes to make money in strictly prohibited ways. The St. Petersburg Times conducts its own investigation and reports that players made thousands selling their season tickets, often above face value, and spent their summers selling advertising space to boosters. April 9, 1994: Local police collect 22 guns in exchange for food baskets, gift certificates and sports apparel during their "Gifts for Guns" program. "If we get one gun out of circulation then this project is worthwhile," said Ryan Alderman, administrative assistant for UF's Interfraternity Council. -KAT BEIN View these stories and more at a barrier island which is still quite pristine," Volkmann said. "Some of our barrier islands have been or are being developed with hotels and communities, vacation and otherwise." Barrier islands from New York to Texas protect coastlines from the impact of tides, waves, currents, storms and wind. These islands also serve as a nursery ground for many aquatic animals as well as mud-dwelling bacteria that produce sulfur, which is a building block of life. Throughout the years, human activity, like dredging and filing marshes, has reduced their effectiveness in protecting the coast from storms. Nutrients and pollutants have also affected plant growth and animal habitat on the islands. For more information on the exhibit visit www.flmnh.ufl.edu or call 352-846-2000. By Leeann Bright Undergraduates: Do you want an iPad, iTunes, Amazon or UF bookstore gift cards? Give UF your 2 bits and take the SERU survey! UF wants to know what you think. Tell UF about your college experience, student programs, faculty, social life at UF, or take the opportunity to mentor current and future Gators by going to www.isis.ufl.edu Musical comes to UF The new production of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical "A Chorus Line" comes to the Phillips Center for Performing Arts for three performances April 15-16. Tickets are on sale at the Phillips Center Box Office on Hull Road, all Ticketmaster outlets, online at www.ticketmaster.com or by calling 352-392-2787 or (toll-free in Florida) 800-905-2787. Orders for 10 or more may be placed by calling 352392-2787. School stages classic The School of Theatre and Dance production of "Romeo and Juliet" continues through April 10 at the Constans Theatre. Professor Judith Williams has directed the iconic Shakespeare play. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. April 4-9, and 2 p.m. April 10. Tickets are $13 for UF students, faculty and staff and senior citizens; $17 for the general public. For information, call 352-392-1653. Share your news InsideUF welcomes items of interest to the general University of Florida community for publication here or online at www. insideuf.ufl.edu. Please e-mail the items to insideuf@ufl.edu two weeks in advance of an event and include your name and phone number for verification. InsideUF is produced by the University Relations Office for faculty, staff and students. Editor -Ron Wayne UF UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA The Foundation for The Gator Nation UF Calendar of Events -J For a listing of events, or to submit an event to the calendar, click "UF Calendar" at www.insideuf.ufl.edu. y

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4, ALLIGATOR U MONDAY, APRIL 4,2011 UF offensive coordinator Charlie Weis was among guest speakers DANCE, from page 1 urday to celebrate the grand total of 232.8 hours he spent on his feet throughout his DM career. "In a few hours, I'll be tired and sore," he said Saturday afternoon. "Then, you hear about kids who've had seizures their whole lives. There's no comparison." The best feeling every year is the big revelation of how much money the event raised, he said. When they broke the $500,000 mark last year, the crowd went wild. "That's when you realize why you did it," Michel said. "You raised half a million dollars for Shands." While DM used to last for 32 hours, it was changed a few years ago to make it more manageable for both the participating students and the professors who expected to see them in class Monday morning, Brighton said. The event isn't just about dancing, though. Michel characterizes it as more of a stand-a-thon. People spend a lot of time wandering around the arena talking with friends, but inevitably they'll hear a song they can't help but dance along to. DM is run by a staff of students who prepare all year to raise money and plan a fun weekend for the participants. The event included theme hours "That's when you realize why you did it. You raised half a million dollars for Shands." Matt Michel UF law student and DM dancer where the music, food and activities revolved around a specific idea, Brighton said. This year,'Dynamic Duo' hour and 'Bro' hour were among the selected themes. The staff also planned a rave for Saturday night, complete with laser lights and a DJ. But the fundraising doesn't stop when the dancers first stand up. A makeshift jail cell was set up in the arena where prominent participants, such as Student Government members, were placed during the marathon. Each person set his or her own bail, and they couldn't leave until they raised the money by calling and emailing potential donors. Student Body President Ashton Charles raised $500 in 2010, and the staffers expected similar success from the DM prisoners this year. Speakers like Gator football offensive coordinator Charlie Weis also came to cheer on the students as they stood without giving in to the urge to sit down, even if only for a moment. The best speakers, however, weren't Gators athletes or coaches, they were the children from Shands who came with their families to see the dancers -the children living with cancer and other health problems who DM participants aim to help each year. Sometimes veteran dancers recognize children from past marathons. "We literally see these kids grow up, year after year," Brighton said. Gainesville Mayor Craig Lowe says there is no need for residents to panic AFGHANISTAN, from page I white images of a World War II documentary. Then Lowe called. His Friday, Lowe told Garner, had just gotten a lot worse. Immediately, Garner flipped open his computer and went to Google News to find out what all the commotion was about. Then, he saw it: "Afghanistan .Koran burning .Gainesville church .people dead." No more day off. Within minutes, Garner was at City Hall working with the mayor and communications manager Bob Woods on a response. Although an upbeat person by nature, Lowe was irritated by the news. The "Dove problem" was nothing new for Lowe. These were the people who held his city hostage to the national spotlight in September. These were also the people who had put out a video online that called for "no homo mayor" when he was running for office last year. For Lowe, these people were more than a nuisance. They were an embarrassment to his city. Later that afternoon, Lowe addressed the media. "The world we live in is a volatile place," Lowe said. "While there is absolutely no justification for these horrific deaths and injuries, Terry Jones and his followers were quite aware that his actions could trigger these types of events." While police stepped up their presence around the church, Lowe assured those in attendance there was no need to panic. But would the mayor reach out to the pastor? If he felt it would lead somewhere, Lowe said, then he would. For the mayor, Terry Jones is a lost cause. " Ismail ibn Ali knew the questions would be coming once he turned on his television. Ibn Ali, the president of Islam on Campus at UF, had heard all the arguments against his faith, which holds more than a billion followers worldwide. He knew the violence in Afghanistan would lead to the same criticism. But it still hurts. "To have this behavior in Afghanistan is really sad because this is the reaction Terry Jones wanted," ibn Ali said. "It's just a really sad situation." Despite the publicity the city has drawn from the events in Afghanistan, ibn Ali said Gainesville is still a good town to be a Muslim in, even if one church wants to tell the world otherwise. "I could take any creed, twist it and give you a reason to do something bad," he said. "This act of violence [in Afghanistan] is not something any Muslim would say is justiAfghan protestors beat a burning effigy of President Obama during a demonstration in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, on Sunday. Afghan protests against the burning of a Quran in Gainesville entered a third day on Sunday. fled." Although ibn Ali wouldn't say what happened in Afghanistan was all Jones' fault, he said the pastor carries some responsibility. Then again, he said, these are people who have nothing to lose. But, for now, he prays. "I just hope that everyone keeps coolheaded," ibn Ali said, "and that wisdom prevails." U U U Wayne Sapp knew what was coming when he put the flame to the book. The gun on his waist testifies to the lingering thought that someone, somewhere wants him dead. He said he feels sympathy for the victims and their families. He asserted he never would harm a Muslim, let alone kill one. But God's work, he said, needed to be done. "It's like a snake being in a bed with a bunch of babies," said Sapp, Jones' secondin-command. "Do you just let it continue to creep and let it breed, or do you reach in and get it?" Reaching in, however, comes at a price. "We're human beings. Of course we have moments of fear," said Luke Jones, the senior pastor's son and a pastor at the church. "When the world comes raining down on you, you feel the emotion." That doesn't mean the church has any plans to stop preaching its controversial message anytime soon. As Sapp unfastened his tie after Sunday's service, one thing was clear: if he could, he'd do it again. "We're not in this for the fireworks; we're not in this for the show," the younger Jones said. 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MONDAY, APRIL 4, 20110 ALLIGATOR, 5 Dixie pride and diversity coexist at Waldo flea market By ALEX ORLANDO Alligator Writer It might be racist. It might be heritage. Either way, no one seems to mind why or how Judy Byer gets her shipments of Ku Klux Klan shirts. She's been selling them on the road for 20 years, the past 10 of which were under the red-and-white tent in the back 40 of the Waldo Flea Market. The sign on the front reads "Redneck Country." Under the air-conditioned tent, it's hard to open your eyes without seeing the Confederate flag. That's where she makes her money. License plates, pocket knives, lighters, handkerchiefs and bikinis, all emblazoned with the stars and bars of Dixie, top the aisles of collapsible Formica tables. A glass case toward the front holds a collection of Confederate flag patches and Obama urinal targets. Byer said she got the idea to sell her goods to prove a point. In 1992, Georgia Gov. Zell Miller introduced legislation to wipe the Confederate battle sign off his state flag, which had flown since 1956. "He was raising so much Cain about the Southern flag -that it's racist when it's really heritage," Byer said. The flag changed in 2003, but her crusade for Southern heritage hasn't stopped. She said she doesn't order the Klan shirts out of hate but rather for money. After a request from two men in Ohio, she carried "Black Power" T-shirts. She's sold Martin Luther King Jr. belt buckles, too. As for the KKK's message, she said she doesn't agree with "most of their stuff." "Everybody's got their right to feel or buy whatever they want," she said. "I don't think I've got the right to push my opinion on anyone myself." She said her clientele is just as diverse as any. She's sold KKK shirts to people ranging from 7 years old to 95 years old, to whites who wear them fishing and to a black bodybuilder in Jacksonville who flies the Dixie flag in his front yard. She's seen members of the community wearing them in the Waldo Winn-Dixie. One of the more popular of the 10 shirt designs pictures three Klansmen in their white hoods and sheets. Underneath, the shirt reads, "The original boys in the hood." About a football field away from the Rebel Country tent, 71-year-old Ellcano Reeves sells mustard greens, collards and turnips out of the back of his beat-up, forest-green 1996 Ford F-150. Growing up in Rayford, Fla., in the 1940s and 1950s, he's seen the worst racism has to offer. As a 10-year-old, he remembers being mugged by the neighborhood white children 0A t' Alex Orlando / Alligator Judy Byer poses in her shop, Redneck Country, at the Waldo Farmers and Flea Market. Among her merchandise are Confederate flag bikinis, President Obama urinal targets and Ku Klux Klan T-shirts. on his way to the store. He learned to carry with him a broom handle wrapped in wire on one end when he walked to the store. He would lean the broom handle against the wall of the nearby feed store on his way. When the other children would chase him, he'd sprint to the broom handle and start busting heads. In the 1960s, during the Civil Rights Movement, he started carrying a knife for the same reason. Even now, a .30-06 rifle rests across the bench seat of his pick-up truck. Usually, it's for hunting deer, but he said he wouldn't hesitate to use it for protection. "I carried it for a purpose," he said. "But don't change that purpose on me." On weekends, he sits in the cool shade of the flea market pavilion, propped on the back two legs of a lawn chair. His dusty work boots rest on a wooden tabletop while he peddles his produce to shoppers who come down the long aisle. He said he knows about Rebel Country and Judy Byer's KKK shirts. He said he's not offended. "That's their business," he said. "I am who I am, and I don't have to change for anybody. They are who they are, and they don't have to change for me." 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6, ALLIGATOR U MONDAY, APRIL 4,2011 Gag Order Consequences of pastor's actions warrant comment et us apologize for going back on our word. You may remember an editorial from mid-January in which we discussed our organization's choice to ignore the Dove World Outreach Center's event planned for March. The lack of coverage from our newspaper and many other media organizations did nothing to dissuade pastor Terry Jones from his purposefully inflammatory actions. As such, today we bring you news coverage not in anticipation of an event meant to incite anger and hatred but in anticipation of its aftermath. No one can say the center's "trial" of the Quran directly caused the deaths of U.N. workers halfway around the world -their murders came at the hands of Afghani extremists -but we can say the pastor needlessly poured gasoline on an already blazing fire. Speaking of which, we may indeed be stoking the flames by even giving the event's repercussions coverage, but sometimes we need a reminder that our actions, even in a small, swampy Florida city, carry consequences around the world. Could Jones and his trial have effected such a large reaction without the media passing on the message? No, but in this ever-connected world, finding even one sympathetic ear to bend allows an extremist access to his enemies across the globe. We have a problem with both the sender and the carriers of this message, but what about the recipients? The idea of countering a reprehensible action with another, more vile act -in this case, numerous murders -is terrible. Vengeance gets us nowhere, especially when exacted upon people who had nothing to do with the original offense. No side is in the right here. The best outcome we can hope for is that the world will use this as a learning experience. People may think they solely are attacking and offending their opponents, but it is just as likely their words or weapons will end up wounding innocents. That is something we can't stand for. It makes us squirm to think we share a city with a man who says he's "saddened" by the deaths in Afghanistan but that he'd still hold his trial again if given the chance. The pastor should remember that just because our nation's laws permit us to say or do something doesn't mean we should, at least from an ethical standpoint. We were hoping never to mention the names of the center and its leader again, but given the circumstances we must, if only to state for the world that our city and our people don't stand for the same ideals Terry Jones and his dwindling flock do. Apparently, the pastor has noticed this lack of support and is trying to move his church elsewhere, where the residents are more sympathetic to his cause. We're hoping he comes up empty on places that welcome his provocative attitude. Who knows? Maybe our nation can stop one side of this argument between extremists from contributing to senseless violence. a ll e independent ftorida al gao Paul Runnestrand EDITOR Elizabeth Behrman Joshua Saval MANAGING EDITORS Cynthia Despres OPINIONS EDITOR The Alligator encourages comments from readers Letters to the editor should not exceed 150 words (about one etter-sized page) They mustbe typed, double-spaced and must include the author's name, classification and phone number Names will be withheld if the writer shows just cause We reserve the right to edit for length, grammar, styie and iibei Send letters to ietters@aiiigatororg, bring them to 1105 W University A or send them to PO Box 14257, GainesviIle, FL 32604-2257Columns of about 450 words about original topics and editorial cartoons are also welcome Questions? Call 376-4458 Opinion DANICMC (M/qATHON DA\N3C-S INCLUL)E: 74AAUT T f] E Y A i f J c_0 VO) E L~ 1o761SJioP\J IDPNCJE Z(068(y Today's question: Did you Friday's question: Will you play participate in Dance Marathon? an April Fools' joke on someone this year? Vote or post a message at www.alligator.org ALLIGATOR www.alligator.org/opinion 6H Nlol7 DCL uMIN DuC0 American exceptionalism exceptional ver the past few weeks, the concept of "American exceptionalism" has dominated the airwaves. With crises brewing both at home and abroad, Americans have been forced to confront many pressing priorities and to re-evaluate their country's role as a world leader. In short, Americans must decide just how exceptional their exceptionalism is and, more importantly, how this exceptionalism should manifest itself to the millions who look toward it as a guiding beacon of hope in an often dark and hopeless world. In this debate, two schools of thought have emerged, which some claim appear to pit Spider-Man against Alexis de Tocqueville. The former school of thought views America's military might as exceptional and refers to the fact that "with great power comes great responsibility," while the latter school takes the view that America's self-reliance and resultant prosperity is what makes it exceptional. Both are true. Rather than being mutually exclusive, they are interdependent. Without prosperity, America would not have the resources to fund its military, and without its military, America would not be able to protect its prosperity or anyone else. This is self-evident. Unfortunately, many on the left fail to see this. They focus solely on America's larger role in the world while ignoring the underlying source of its strength. America is a world leader today and will continue to be so only if all recognize America's strength is drawn from all Americans. The opportunity afforded to individuals for a better life is what makes America unique. Despite no guaranZack Smith letters@alligator org tees of success, this opportunity has drawn millions of immigrants from foreign nations to American shores. This same opportunity is afforded to all native-born Americans as well. In no other country could the son of a foreign father, whom society should have discounted based on his familial and economic status, rise to become leader of the free world. America's obligation is not to cure the ills that ail everyone but rather to ensure this same opportunity for success remains available for future generations. This is best accomplished by removing government barriers to individual success and allowing relatively unfettered access to the free market. The globe's greatest minds have come for access to that market, which has resulted in the globe's greatest inventions and successes. America is the most exceptional nation in human history. Though we have had problems along the way, America still is a beacon to a world looking for light. The hope of a better life and chance to succeed through hard work is exceptional and a concept known only sparingly throughout history and other parts of the world. While America may intervene in the affairs of others, this is not its lasting legacy. Individual opportunity and freedom from government interference will be. American exceptionalism is exceptional, and it will continue to be so as long as America recognizes where its true strength lies. Zack Smith is afirst-year law student. His column appears on Mondays. 49% YES 51% NO 70 TOTAL VOTES The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator. 9r (3

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MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011E ALLIGATOR, 7 Protest planned for Starbucks CEO Both sides should seek forgiveness for murders This letter is in response to the articles covering the deadly protest in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, which appear to be a result of the antics of the Dove World Outreach Center's Terry Jones. Mr. Jones, when did God die and leave you in charge? The name of your self-proclaimed religious organization is now the poster child for hypocrisy. How about changing the name to Hawk World Outreach Center, because that is exactly what you intended to aggravate a group of people who already are seething with anger at their oppression. You, sir, are what is wrong with religion today. What would Jesus do? Or didn't you even consider how Christianity came about? As for the murderers in Mazar-i-Sharif, how dare you take it upon yourselves to defend your "sacred" religious beliefs by killing innocent people who meant you no harm and were there voluntarily. Perhaps it was the Christian belief in charity that motivated them to serve. Now, you have taken them away from us and discouraged others from serving the needs of the Afghan people in spite of the differences in faith. What would Muhammad do? Or didn't you even consider this as well? Inciting hate, and the reactionary killing, must stop before it is too late and the world descends into more chaos and confusion. Both Jones and the murderers need to request some sort of forgiveness by extending whatever they can to the families of the survivors. Follow your true religious precepts; don't use them for your own self-aggrandizement. Joe Bialek Cleveland, Ohio resident arvard students, union members and Starbucks employees from around the country are planning to protest a lecture by Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz at the Harvard Business School on Friday. Schultz will be speaking to several hundred business school students about his experiences running a successful business. He will also be promoting his new book, "Onward: How Starbucks Fought for its Life Without Losing its Soul." Liberte Locke, an organizer of the event, said Starbucks employees are angered by what they deem to be hypocrisy in Schultz's book, in which he expresses his commitment to his "partners"as the company calls its workers. Many employees of the company -especially union members -feel that Starbucks is one of the least labor-friendly companies in America, Locke said. Starbucks has been found guilty by the National Labor Relations Board of violating labor rights, including charges of union busting and wrongful termination. "For Howie [Schultz] to sit around and claim how much he loves us, it's just disgusting," said Locke, a Starbucks barista and Starbucks Workers Union organizer from New York. "Starbucks is one of the biggest union-busting corporations in the United States." Harvard union representatives said that they planned to support Starbucks workers in the protest. Geoffrey "Geoff" Carens, an assistant librarian Be a part of something (352)384-3733 Pick 0 Tuesday (1) 8pc Roll, (1) 10pc Roll & Drink: $12.95 Be a part of something big CELLULAR REAIRCENTEN5 and give blood today. For more information, call 888.795.2707 LICssoe I epai A or visit www.lifesouth.org. In Butler Plaza (352) 371-3590 6 equ4enth Tell us what you will leave behind from your experiences at UF, and you could win! Open to all UF students. Simply post on our wall at www.facebook.com/alligatoradvertising or email your submissions to soconnor@alligator.org 10 iMake sure to "Like" the Alligator Advertising page so you can be notified if you win. Deadline for entry is 11:59prn on Wednesday, April 6. Mercer R. Cook and member of the Harvard UWire Union of Technical and Clerical Workers, emphasized what he called the "phoniness" of Schultz's message. "Howard Schultz likes to present Starbucks as a socially responsible corporation," Carens said. "In reality, conditions are really bad and getting worse. While Starbucks has garnered criticism for the way it has treated union leaders and organizers, it has presented itself as a progressive member of the Fortune 500, providing health-care benefits and stock options to some employees. Students who plan to attend the event said they feel it is important to show solidarity with wronged workers in standing up for their rights. "Everyone deserves a voice on the job," said Student Labor Action Movement member William P. Whitham. Organizers of the event said they are eager to send a message both to Schultz and to the business school students. "We want him to know that no matter where he goes, he will be held accountable," said Locke. As for the business school students, Locke wanted them to know "that union busting is absolutely unacceptable and unethical." Locke emphasized that the point of the protest is not to scare students away but rather to educate them. "We want to prevent [future] employers from becoming like Starbucks," she said. Mercer R. Cook is a student at Harvard University.

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Many floor plans, some with enclosed patios or balconies. Italian tile, bedrooms carpeted. DW, W/D hook-ups, verticals, CH/AC. Near bus route, some walk to UF. Call 352-332-7700 4-20-11-67-2 SECTION 8 HOUSINGACCEPTED Newly remodeled 2 & 3 BDs Quiet neighborhood. Lots of upgrades. Free 32" HD PLasma TV for new Sec 8 lease. Must see! Call 332-7700 4-20-11-67-2 The Retreat at Madison Pointe 2/2 with Vaulted ceilings & W/D. Garage included. Gated Community. 2701 NW 23rd Blvd 352-372-0400 MadisonPointe.org Text MADISON to 47464 for more info!! 4-20-66-2 TOWNHOUSE -2BR/1.5BA, W/D hook-up, pvt backyard, new carpet, tiles, just painted. Extra clean. $600/mo + sec. 2627 SW 38th Place. Available now. 941-204-1304 or 352215-3160 4-7-11-50-2 WALK TO UF & MIDTOWN 3 & 4BR HOUSES from $1375/mo. Free offstreet parking, all appliances incl W/D, DW. Rent directly from owner. Special terms avail. dalyproperties.com or 359-3341 4-20-11-55-2 Courtney Greens 1/1 *$549 *Rate includes 1 month free!* Pet Friendly No weight limit *Brand New Energy Efficient appliances* Ph. 375-3077 www.gremco.com 4-20-11-39-2 Homestead Apartments 2/1 *$599 2/2 *$699 *Rates includes 1 month free!* Pet friendly No weight limit Close to main postal facility & shopping. Ph. 376-0828 www.gremco.com 4-20-11-39-2 HISTORIC APTS Downtown Pleasant St Historic District. 1-3BRs avail now & fall. Ceiling fans, porches, wd fIrs, some w/ W/D. ALSO we have 2 & 3BR homes. Cats ok, no dogs. 1st, last, sec. aprleve@aol.com 538-1550 5-10-11-34-2 SPACIOUS 2BR/2BA APT. Convenient location to Shands, UF & Butler Plaza. Asking $750/mo. Please call Ketty 352-332-6566. yttek@hotmai.com 4-511-16-2 1700 sq ft 3BR/2BA House Wood floors, large screened-in back porch, jacuzzi, W/D, corner lot $1400/mo Call (352) 258-9116 to see. Available Aug 1st. 4-5-11-15-2 ****4/2 3962 W University Ave.**** Living room, dining room & family room, close to campus, all appliances, W/D, hot tub, fire place, screened porch, Avail Aug1, $1400 -333-9874 or 317-7346 4-20-11-26-2 ****3401 NW 7th Place**** 3/2 living, dining ,family rooms.All appliances, W/D, closeto campus, largeyd. Small petsOK Avail Aug.1, $1325 -333-9874 or 317-7346 4-20-11-26-2 ****4/3 18 NW 36th St.**** Close to campus, all appliances, W/D, central heat/air Avail. Aug 1, $1400 -333-9874 or 317-7346 4-20-11-26-2 ONW 39 Ave Huge 3BR/2BA apt, w/Ig loft Tile fir & nice carpet. Bright, wdlike fir $800 *2BR/2BA, some w/woodlike fir. All w/new BR carpet. $600-635. Gated patio, trees, flood Its. Part utils pd. Bus rte. 373-8310, 219-3937 4-5-15-2 *******STU DENTS****** 1,2,3 and 4 bedroom houses and apartments available for August. All close to campus. Most pets accepted. Call 870-2760. 4-2011-26-2 Renting Now and for Fall!! We have REAL 1/1s 3 blocks to UF -GATORNEST 575 sq ft, $550 PLUS ONE MONTH FREE! 300 NW 18th Street 4 blocks to UF -GATORSIDE 400 sq ft, only $450! 1600 NW 4th Avenue BIKE to UF -CENTERPOINT 530 sq ft, only $450! 1220 NW 12th Street No application fee, most pets ok. For info call E.F.N. Properites, 352-371-3636 or visit our website at www.efnproperties.com 4-20-10-26-2 P1 Gainesville Student Rentals cup ------Near UF -------gainesvillestudentrentals.com 352-317-4408 @5/3 house 630 nw 36 street $1800 @4/3 house 3514 nw 7 place $1500 @4/2 house 1534 nw 54 drive $1500 @4/2 house 610 nw 34 terrace $1300 4-13-11-20-2 3bedroom $509/person Amazing townhome with everything included! Utilities, cable, internet, furniture & washer/ dryer. Cobblestone Apts. Call now: 352-3772801 4-20-25-2 3bedroom $509/person All inclusive townhome with everything included! Utilities, cable, internet, furniture & washer/dryer. The Laurels Apts. Call now: 352-335-4455 4-20-11-25-2 Trying to find a place to live stressing you out? TREND i Problemns Soled Call 352-375-7104 today! trend4rent.com 4-20-24-25 2BR/1BA, 1/2 month free. $380-$425/mo. Mobile home w/ central AC/heat, shaded lot. Ind water, -mobile home lot $260/mo 352376-5887 4-20-11-24-2 LARGE 4BR/2BA HOUSE. Extremely Nice, bike to UF, central AC/heat, W/D, dishwasher, garage, fenced yard, landscaped. No pets. Avail Aug 16th -1 year. 2806 NW 16th Ave. $1690/mo. 352-665-8166 Iv mssg. 5-12-11-26-2 *Walk to UF* 2,3,4,5 bedrooms Avail Aug waik2uf.com 4-20-24-2 2BR HOUSE 3 biks from UF/Sorority Row/ Norman Hall/Shands area, cent AC/heat, wd firs, DW, fenced, pets ok, plenty of parking! Avail Aug 16th-i1 yr. $850 352-665-8166 Iv mssg 5-12-11-25-2 3BR/2BA HOUSE 2 biks from UF/Sorority Row/Norman Hail/Shands area, cent AC/ heat, W/D, DW, fenced, pets maybe, plenty of parking! Avail Aug 16th -1 yr. $1335 352-665-8166 Iv mssg 5-12-11-25-2 HUGE 4BR/2BA HOUSE 2 biks from UF/ Sorority Row/Norman Hall/Shands area dining rm, remodeled baths, cent AC/heat, wd firs, W/D, DW, pets maybe, parking! Avail Aug 16th -1 yr. $2350 352-665-8166 Iv mssg 5-12-11-25-2 Large 4BR/2BA HOUSES 2 biks from UF/ Sorority Row/Norman Hall/Shands area, w/ dining room, cent AC/heat, wd firs, DW, plenty of parking! .Avail Aug 16th -1 yr. $1980 352-665-8166 Iv mssg 5-12-11-25-2 3BR/3BA House, fenced yard, close to UF, open floor plan/cathedral ceilings, new tile, carpet, fixtures. W/D, lawn, and pest control incl. Small pets allowed, avail Aug, $1350/ month. 352-246-5958, tonyc@kinetixpt.com 4-8-11-15-2 PET'S PARADISE $390 -$650. No app or pet fee. 1 & 2BR, privacy fenced. SW. 352-331-2099 4-0511-10-2 **3/2 515 NW 51st St.** Near GHFC vaulted ceilings, all appliances, W/D, garage, small pets ok. Avail. Aug 1, $1225 333-9874, 317-7346 4-20-11-21-2 TOP QUALITY -GREAT LOCATIONS Upscale, 1 & 2 BR apts. 1 block to UF campus -on N & E sides. Year lease, beginning summer or fall. Sorry, no pets. K & M Properties. 372-1509 4-20-11-21-2 GREAT LOCATION -GREAT PRICE 2BR/1 BA apts on Univ Ave across from UF Stadium & O'Dome. Modern, all elec, cent H/AC, $600/mo K&M Properties 372-1509 4-20-11-21-2 www.Bellaproperties.net 3/2 with study. Walk to UF, hardwood floors, fireplace, 2 car garage, full sevice tour 335-5424 4-20-20-2 www.BellaProperties.net Palm Villas -luxury graduate apartments in a small and quiet complex. 2 BR/2 BA available for $465 per BR. Call to tour 335-5424 4-20-20-2. JUIVItL by David L. Hoyt 4-4-11 1 0 3 5 0 0~ 0 CLUE ACROSS ANSWER 1. Tease DRBAGE 5. Thin crisp cake A E F R W 6. nerve P C I T O 7. Tacky, viscid KCTYIS CLUE DOWN ANSWER 1. Sporting roller EBOWRL 2. Cause to thaw SERTFOD 3. Wandering EACITRR 4. Attractive, interesting TCACYH CLUE: This animal got its name from the ancient Greek word meaning "lizard." BONUS Complete the crossword puzzle by looking at the clues and How to play urtcrambine the atswers. When the puzzle is complete, unscramble the circled letters to so ye the 5Q0NUS. 9I!r0oOJD-3 0.So -df OIWJ4JJo49g 09-(JI c 2011 Tribune Media Services, Inc. )10!ZG-VL 01do-V9 J491M-V JQS9f9 -V .:G IEMGNV & Hoyt Designs All Rights Reserved Send comments to TMS -435 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1400, Chicago, I1. 60611 or DLHoyt@aol.com.

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10, ALLIGATOR U MONDAY, APRIL 4,2011 For Rent uFor Rent oJ Fr Rn ufurne Subleases Roommates Roommates unfurnished unfurnished WALK TO UF 3 Bed 2 Bath House in upscale Golfview Estates near Law School & Athletic fields. $1400 mo. Aug 1. Call (305) 788-4103 4-20-11-19-2 WALK TO UF. START SUMMER OR FALL OStudios $425--$40001 BR/1 BA $550-$450 *2BR $850-$800 1 yr lease, SD, NS, NP. Call/Text 352-870-7256 gv1132601@gmai.com 4-20-11-20-2 MIKE'S HOUSES -352-665-7316 Exc cond -Close to UF Pets OK -fenced yards. @3/2 $1250 621 NW 35th St. @4/3 $1250 611 NW 36th Terr @3/2 $1150 630 NW 34th Terr. 4-7-11-10-2 Newly renovated 2BD/2BA, two-story 1340 sq. ft. townhouse available at $925. Includes: New wood floors, new carpet upstairs, new washer/dryer, new kitchen appliances, fireplace, pool. Millhopper area, next to Fresh Market, Leonardo's, and other great eateries! Contact Jon at 352-275-6644. 4-4-11-5-2 Fantastic 3/2 House -Only 9 blocks to UF!! Large bedrooms, great neighborhood, wood floors, fenced back yard, off the street parking, Freshly painted bright interior. Aval. now, 1200.00 + Sec. Deposit. 909 NW 9th Ave. Call Chad 407-230-2423 4-12-11-10-2 LIVE ON UF LAKE 2BR/2BA pristine Bivens Arm condo. Large den/3rd BR, hardwood floors, W/D, pool, canoe. Walk/bike to Shands/UF, bus stop. $1190/mo. Call 407-832-1458 4-20-1116-2 Near UF. Beautiful 4BR/2BA home. Florida room w/ inground jacuzzi. W/D. All tile floor. 2-car attached garage, storage shed. Walk to grocery & shops. Avail Aug 10. $1499/mo 904-534-6982, kencarmgravs@comcast.net 4-6-11-5-2 1BR/1BA, large screened-in porch, W/D hook-up. Pets ok. Monthly rent $535. Sec Dep $535. 3300 SW 23rd St. Apt #3 Please call 352-371-3473 4-20-11-14-2 MERRILL MANAGEMENT INC. 825 NW 13th Street 352-372-1494 x10 www.merrillmanagement.com ST. CROIX APTS: $475 per Month 2BR 1BAApts 3 BLKS TO UF & Downtown! 840 Sq. Ft. Large Rooms, Plenty of Parking, Central H & Air, Laundry Fac. Carpet, Pets Allowed. 829 Sw 5th Avenue. CIRCE APTS: 2BR 1BAApt 1 BLKS TO UF New Carpet $450/Mo Window A/C, Nat Gas Ht. 216 SW 12th Street. GRAD II Apts 1BR 1BA 1BLK TO UF Central H & Air, Laundry On site. $500/Mo 1236 Sw 4th Avenue Marcott Apts 1 BR 1 BA $500/Mo Central H & Air, 600 Sq. Ft. Carpet, No Laundry 1029 Sw 3rd Avenue RITZ Apts 2BR 1 BAApts $600-$675/Mo Carpet or Tile Floors, No Laundry 1234 & 1238 SW 1st Avenue Central H & Air, Behind Leonardos 4-15-11-11-2 *JACKSON SQUARE* Walk to class & have it all. Visit jacksonsquare.uf Call 352-375-8256 4-20-13-2 $695 Move In Specials 3 Bed Houses walking distance to UF & Downtown Call 352-226-3535 or 352-505-9264 photos available at vww.RentalWorkshop.com 4-8-11-5-2 CAMPUS EDGE CONDO 2/2 Walk to UF, Shands, VA & Pharm School. Tile floor, W/D in unit. Avail fall. Reasonable rates. 239-250-6149 4-15-11-10-2 Duplex, Duckpond, CHA, carport, carpets, ceiling fans, quiet, trees, large yard, $700mo, 920 NE 6th Ave., 376 0080; 284 3873. postj@bellsouth.net 4-20-11-13-2 Don't wait! Place Your Sublease Ad TODAY! The last issue for the spring semester will be on April 20th! It's FAST & EASY! Go to: www.alligator.org/classifieds $750/mo OBO Windsor Hall.Summer A/C or B. Movein early. Furnished, securepool, all utilities inc. Walk to UF.No roomies. Your own apt! Parking avail. Call 954-821-1446 or radurier@bellsouth.net for info. 6-2-1130-3 $325 Gainesville Place Apartments, 1/1 in a 4/4large bedroom with personal bathroom. Lease runs from May 1st to August 3rd. Fully furnished, washer and dryer, utilities included $325 a month! Call Allison 904-327-0519 4-5-11-5-3 $505 Parkside 2 Townhomes, Very close to UF (off sorority row), Lease runs May 1July 31. Bedroom has own bath & private balcony, 1/2 bath downstairs, pay for half of elec Call Ali 9416282134 or email booie12@ufl.edu 4-8-11-5-3 Hi ladies! If anyone is interested in a summer sublease my room at Windsor hall it is going to be free May to the beginning of August. My roommate who you will share the room with is really sweet and easy to live with. My rent is $519 a month. It is just 2 blocks from UF campus behind Norman Hall. It also has a private kitchenette and bathroom. All inclusive. rent so no having to worry about any other bills. This beautiful dorm is also fully furnished.If you're interested, let me know! Call Sarah @ 407-936-4292 4-8-5-3 $379/mo Lexington Crossing Apt. 1 room in a 4BR/4BA, furnished w/ utilities. Available May through August Interested? Please call 813-504-4265 or email abollin26@ufl.edu 4-8-11-5-3 Your roommate hasn't done the dishes in How long?! Find a better dishwasher in the Alligator Classifieds. Roommate Matching HERE Oxford Manor 377-2777 The Landings 336-3838 The Laurels 335-4455 Greenwich Green 372-8100 Hidden Lake 374-3866 4-20-70-4 Now you can easily submit your classified ad for print and/or web editions right thru our website! Just go to www.alligator.org/classifieds Visa and Mastercard accepted. COLLEGE ROOMS STARTING AT $385.00 MONTH, UTILITIES INCLUDED, NO MOVE IN COST. WE DO SEMISTER LEASING, Frances 352-375-8787 Rent Florida Realty 9-26-11-78-4 Walk to UF from a 4bd/2ba NW house.Male or female.No pets/smoking.Free off-street parking$450.00/mo.includes all utilities, wifi,security system, Available 8/1 yearly lease. 727-726-2915 4-5-11-15-4 HANDYMAN SPECIAL Share 2BR/2BA MH in Hidden Oaks. Furn rm incl elec, ph, cable, internet. Close to UF, bus, shopping. $200 NR dep. $400/mo. NS, NA, ND. Handyman can work off most. Caged pets ok. 331-0762 4-5-15-4 2BR/2BA avail now in 4BR/4BA Countryside condo. $435/mo/room -utils incl. Direct bus to UF 3 mis. Pool, exercise room, nicely furn. 3rd FIr. W/D, wireless. Flo 352357-9656, or 352-636-4814 4-20-11-23-4 I am looking for a male roommate who is very nice and easy to get along with. Asking $300/mo which includes util & Dish Network TV. If interested, call Joe at 331-4239 or 352682-9412 4-8-14-4 MOVE IN AUGUST-Need 1 female student to share clean 2/2 furnished condo in Rockwood Villas. Easy commute UF/SFC on bus rte. No pets/smoking. $450/mo. includes all utilites, W/D. Yrly lease. Text 727-4944503, surfinbean@gmail.com 4-4-11-7-4 Female to rent room in 3/2 beautifully updated condo in quiet, attractive development, private bath, w/d, walk-in closet, swimming pool, weight room, on bus route $425 + 1/3 util Avail Aug (727)455-4204 4-5-11-5-4 STUDENTS NEEDED -TOWNHOUSE W/D, clubhouse, pool, gated, parking, on bus route. $350/mo + utils per room. Call 727729-1561 4-20-15-4 Female Roommate wanted in 2/1 for next school year (Aug 1 2011-Aug 1 2012). Rent is $275 + util (usually less than $100). Looking for mature, considerate, easygoing person. Close to campus on SW 16th ave, buses available, 2 pools, W/D facilities in the building, overall a good, cheap place to live. Contact Annie at agreenel75@hotmail.com. 4-6-3-4 Real Estate Sell your house, condo, acreage, mobile home and much more in the ALLIGATOR CLASSIFIEDS! Reach thousands of possible buyers! Mastercard and Visa accepted over the phone, by fax, email or CHECK OUT PLACING YOUR AD THRU OUR ONLINE AT www.alligator.org. or please call 373Find (373-3463) NEW CONDOS-WALK TO UF For Info on ALL Condo for Sale, Visit www.UFCONDOS.COM or Matt Price, University Realty, 352-281-3551 4-20-70-5 AFFORDABLE LUXURY NEW CONSTRUCTION NEAR UF, SHANDS, LAW SCHOOL 2Bed/3 Full Baths + Office. Granite Counters, 2 Direct Bus Stops to UF. Matt Price, University Realty, 352-281-3551 4-20-70-5 WALK TO UF & DOWNTOWN! THE PALMS -New Ultra-Luxury Condos. Granite, Huge Closets, Pool, Call Eric Leightman, University Realty 352-219-2879 4-20-70-5 Finders Keepers? If you find something, you can place a FREE FOUND AD in our lost & found section. Be kind to someone who's lost what you've found. Call 373-FIND. HC1 RACK 2 E-1 RACK 3 RACK 4 N,0BAND SCRABBLE" is a trademark of Hasbro in the US and Canada. @e2011 Hasbro. Distributed by Tribune Media Services, Inc. All rights reserved. E1 FO1 01 L1 C3 N1 L1 Ei Oi Oi N N1W L E1D0 DEWED1 2 1 Oi~ M0] Ei Oi Si N103 Si F4 PAR SCORE 140-150 BEST SCORE 218 TIN DIRECTIONS: Make a 2to 7-letter word from the letters in each row. Add points of each word, using scoring directions at right. Finally, 7-letter words get 50point bonus. "Blanks" used as any letter have no point value. All the words are in the Official SCRABBLE" Players Dictionary, 4th Edition. SOLUTION TOMORROW For more information on books, clubs, tournaments and the school program go to www.scrabble-assoc.com or call the National SCRABBLEY Association (631) 477-0033. 04-04 3rd Letter Double Triple Word Score UR RACK TOTAL E LIMIT: 20 MIN

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MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011E ALLIGATOR, 11 Furnishings Furnishings Electronics torcycles, Mopeds Autos BED -QUEEN -$120 ORTHOPEDIC Pillow-top, mattress & box. Name brand, new, still in plastic. Call 352-372-7490 will deliver. 4-20-10-70-6 BED -FULL SIZE -$100 ORTHOPEDIC Pillow-top mattress & box. New, unused, still in plastic w/warranty. Can deliver. Call 352377-9846 4-20-10-70-6 MICROFIBER SOFA & LOVESEAT -$400 Brand new still packaged w/warranty. Must sell. Can deliver. Retail $1600. 352-3727490 4-20-10-70-6 BED -KING -$200 PILLOWTOP mattress & box springs. Orthopedic rated. Name brand, new, never been used, in plastic with warranty. Call 352-372-8588. Can deliver. 4-20-70-6 BEDROOM SET. 7pc Cherry, Queen/ king bed, dresser w/mirror, 2 nightstands, chests avail. Dovetail const. New, in boxes. Can deliver. Retail $4500, must sell, sacrifice $850 (352) 372-7490 4-20-70-6 SOFA & LOVESEAT 100% Italian leather. Brand new in plastic w/warranty. Retail $1800. Sacrifice $700. Call 352-377-9846 4-20-70-6 First Care of Gainesville No Appointment Needed! S (352) 373-2340 #5 + 4343 Newberry Road, Suite 10 1 Brstcareolfgainesville.com FUTON Solid oak mission-style frame w/ mattress. New, in box. $160 332-9899 DINETTE SET 5pc $120 Brand new in box. Never used. 352-377-9846 4-20-70-6 **BEDS -ALL BRAND NEW* **Full $100 Queen $125 King $200** Orthopedic pillow-top sets. Brand name matching sets not used or refurbished. Still in plastic, direct from factory! 352-333-7516. 4-20-70-6 BEDQUEEN New orthopedic pillowtop mattress and boxspring set. Brand name, brand new, still in plastic with warranty. Can deliver. $130 352-377-9846. 4-20-70-6 BEDROOM SET$300 BRAND NEW Still in boxes! 5 pieces include: Headboard, Nightstand, Dresser, Mirror, Chest. Must sell, can deliver. 352-377-9846. 4-20-10-70-6 tComuters CASH PAID for Laptops Parts & Repair Mac & PC laptops Joel 336-0075 www.pcrecycle.biz 4-20-10-70-7 COMPUTER & LAPTOP REPAIRS Network specialists We buy computers and laptops Working and Non-working 378-4009, 607 NW 13th Street 4-20-10-70-7 Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis ACROSS 1 Cotton swabs originally called Baby Gays 6 Actor Guinness 10 More than stumbled 14 Basic belief 15 Capital surrounding Vatican City 16 Falco of "The Sopranos" 17 Shabby 18 $3 million, 30-sec. 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Sports MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011 Florida's bullpen steps up in sweep of Ti By JESSE SIMONTON Alligator Staff Writer N sirmonton@a Iigator org Harrison Diamond/ Alligator Florida junior right-hander Tommy Toledo throws a pitch during UF's 9-1 win over Tennessee at McKethan Stadium on Sunday. Toledo protected a 1-0 lead in the sixth, relieving starter Karsten Whitson. After relaxing while Hudson Randall pitched a gem Friday night, the Gators' stout bullpen flexed its muscles the rest of the weekend. No. 3 Florida (24-5, 7-2 Southeastern Conference) rode its relievers to a sweep of Tennessee (19-9, 2-7 SEC), winning 9-1 on Sunday afternoon in McKethan Stadium. For the second straight day the Gators' pen put out the fire, throwing four innings of relief, including three huge outs from Tommy Toledo in the sixth. "Tommy did a great job of stepping up and getting the guys out today," junior right fielder Preston Tucker said. "One thing about our bullpen is we got guys that will come in and do the job, so we know all we need to do is score a few runs and we'll get the 'W."' Protecting a slim 1-0 lead, Toledo relieved freshman starter Karsten Whitson with no outs and runners on second and third. With the infield in, the junior right-hander induced a groundout to third before nailing a runner at the plate on an athletic, bare-handed scoop on a swinging bunt. ALLIGATOR www.alligatorSports.org ennessee "That's the first time I've ever made that play in a game," Toledo said. "There was really no other play I had." After inducing a flyout to escape the jam, Florida responded with eight runs on nine hits in the sixth and seventh innings. "Right after that, we had the momentum on our side," Toledo said. "Once we get the momentum, we're tough to beat." Mike Zunino and Tucker hit back-to-back doubles to lead off the bottom of the sixth as UF scored three runs in the inning. Using a barrage of singles in the seventh, Florida pounded two Tennessee relievers for five runs, including two scorching run-scoring knocks by Austin Maddox (3 for 3, two RBIs) and Nolan Fontana (2 for 4, two RBIs). Fontana had a monster weekend, as UF's shortstop was its top run producer, driving in eight on six hits. Florida's leadoff hitter has 23 RBIs on the season, tied for tops on the team. Whitson made his seventh start of the year, tossing five scoreless innings before being lifted with two on in the sixth. The flamethrower struggled SEE BASBEALL, PAGE 15 Host UF thrives at Relays 0 THE GATORS WON FOUR EVENTS THIS WEEKEND AT HOME. By JOE MORGAN Alligator Writer Honoring their seniors before the season opener would be considered odd in most sports, but it's nothing out of the ordinary for track and field. In a sport where a team has only one or two home dates per year, this weekend's Florida Relays may have been the only opportunity to see a full home crowd. "It was great being in front of friends and family. You can't beat that feeling," UF coach Mike Holloway said. "Up in the stands, there's a great crowd up there, so it was a great experience for us." The Gators picked up four event victories, saw senior Jeremy Postin set a UF record and put up plenty of other personalbest times and marks at Percy Beard Track in Pressly Stadium over the weekend. "It's nice to know The Gator Nation supports us," junior Gray Horn said. "It's nice not having to travel," added Postin, whose hammer throw of 65.09m/213-6 on Friday broke his own school record. Florida's first home date of the season held extra meaning for junior Christian Taylor. In addition to winning the men's 400m dash, Taylor was awarded the William R. Richardson Memorial Track Scholarship, given T to the top junior track and TraCk field athlete, and his parents were in the crowd to witness his successful weekend. "(My parents) actually haven't seen me run since my senior year in high school, so it was really big to get this win with my second-best time," Taylor said. Joining Taylor as individual winners this weekend were junior Jeff Demps (100m SEE TRACK, PAGE 15 Gators advance after 'ugly' meet at NCAAs By ALLISON BANKO Alligator Writer Although it was the biggest meet of the season, something was off for the Florida gymnastics team on Saturday. "They were very flat," UF coach Rhonda Faehn said. "I didn't feel that they had a lot of spirit or energy." The No. 1 Gators' performances weren't up to their usual standards at the NCAA North Central Region Championships, and Florida was edged 196.550 to 196.425 by No. 12 Arkansas, dropping UF to second among the six teams in Denver. UF will move on to the NCAA Championships on April 15 despite nearly seeing its season come to a close, edging out third-place Boise State by just .025 points. "It was ugly. It was a very uncharacteristic performance for us, and I really don't have an explanation for it. There are no excuses," Faehn said. "I 7x thought they fought hard, but again, this meet is definitely Faehn one I'd like to forget." After apprehensive performances in the Southeastern Conference ChamSEE GYM, PAGE 15 0 Anthony Chiang, Jesse Simonton and lnsideTheGators.com's Kyle Maistri join host Adam Berry to discuss Florida's spring football season, preview Saturday's spring game, talk a little Gators baseball, mull over topics related to sports journalism and hand out their weekly awards. Check alligatorSports.org this afternoon, and be sure to subscribe to our show on iTunes. Today's question: Who will lead the Gators in rushing touchdowns during the 2011 football season? 0 Former Gators and current Oakland Raiders wide receiver Louis Murphy was arrested in Gainesville on Sunday morning and charged on three misdemeanors. Murphy was reportedly in possession of unprescribed Viagra.

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14, ALLIGATOR U MONDAY, APRIL 4,2011 UF ROUNDUP Lacroix shines on Senior Day, records 200th career win By THOMAS NASSIFF Alligator Writer As Alexandre Lacroix reflected on a career defined by breaking records and setting standards, it was only fitting that he continued the trend on Senior Day. Lacroix, the lone senior for the No. 15 UF men's tennis team, was recognized before Sunday's match against Vanderbilt amid one of the most remarkable careers in program history. By the end of the match, Lacroix had become just the second UF player to reach 200 total wins, and he helped the Gators (13-6, 6-2 Southeastern Conference) celebrate their last regular-season contest at home with a 7-0 shutout of the Commodores (11-8, 2-6 SEC). "I really tried to keep the emotion inside me because I know it's hard to play tennis with that emotion," Lacroix said. "So, I tried to keep it and just let it go at the end of the match." Lacroix and Sekou Bangoura Jr. clinched the doubles point for Florida with an 8-6 win over Vanderbilt's Adam Baker and Charlie Jones. That win gave Lacroix his 200th career victory as he joined Justin O'Neal (19972000) as the only other player in UF history to reach that mark. O'Neal recorded 208 career victories, a number Lacroix still has a chance to top this season. Lacroix's singles match Sunday was a come-from-behind win in a third-set tiebreaker over the Commodores' Ryan Lipman. The final match score wasn't at all indicative of how close the action was, as Vanderbilt proved deserving of its No. 30 national ranking despite a subpar record in conference play. The Gators saw four singles matches enter second-set tiebreakers and played phenomenally as a team to close out those matches. Bangoura, Nassim Slilam and Billy Federhofer each needed tiebreakers to win their matches in straight sets. Bob van Overbeek lost his tiebreaker but won the third set to claim his victory. The match could have turned out worse for Florida had it not succeeded in those tiebreakers, as the Gators have struggled in close decisions this spring. "It was much like the Kentucky match or the Mississippi State match, but we just won all the close matches," UF coach Andy Jackson said. "We did some things tactically better, and we won a hard-fought victory that we were pleased with." UF MATCHES RECORD LOW IN THIRD ROUND: It's not often in a round of golf that everything comes together at the same time, but that's exactly what happened for the Florida women's golf team Sunday at the Liz Murphy Invitational. The Gators shot up the leaderboard, moving from 12th to fifth with a tournament course record-tying 11-under-par round. UF coach Jan Dowling has preached all year that her squad has the potenDowling tial to stack up with any team in the nation, and the Gators finally made good on that claim Sunday. "This is a huge confidence-builder for us," Dowling said. "Our goal all season has been to peak in the postseason, and if we can take care of business in the next two weeks, we look ready to do that." On a day with many memorable performances, the most gratifying for UF was the 2-under-par 70 carded by senior Jessica Yadloczky. The team captain has struggled during her final year in Gainesville, but her impact on the team has still been substantial due to her leadership and competitiveness in practice. Yadloczky shot two birdies over her last five holes to earn her first under-par round of the season. Sophomore Mia Piccio turned in Florida's lowest score of the day. She shot a 3-underpar 69, climbing to 11th on the individual leaderboard after carding five birdies in seven holes on the front nine. Sophomore Isabelle Lendl also played her best round of an impressive tournament Sunday. Lendl's 1-under-par performance earned her a fifth-place finish. The Gators now have a two-week layoff before heading to Auburn for the Southeastern Conference Championship on April 15. "We just need to do what we normally do to keep the momentum from this round for SECs," Dowling said. "Our focus in practice has been our short game, and it worked well for us today, so we're going to continue with that." -ALEX PECKHAM AUGULSTINE rkrswlf VI Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Part-time Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Dual Degree Option (MOT/DPT) Orthopaedic Physician Assistant (OPA) *New Program* Join us for an information session to learn how you could earn one of the University of St. Augustine's renowned graduate degrees. All of our degree programs combine our professional, high-quality instruction with an interdisciplinary educational curriculum. We will be in your area on. 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Freshman McGee wins first outdoor race TRACK, from page 13 sprint) and freshman Cory McGee (800m run). Demps won his event in 10.07 seconds, improving on his previous personal-best mark at the Florida Relays of 10.11 seconds, which he set in 2010. As for McGee, the accomplishments keep coming for the two-time Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week Award winner. She recorded her first outdoor victory by winning the 800m run and also anchored the 1600m sprint medley relay that secured UF's only team victory. Although Holloway exMax Reed / Alligator Staff Florida's Jeff Demps runs the 100-meter dash at the Florida Relays on Friday at Percy Beard Track in Pressly Stadium. Pa kages Starting a 9299 *Heavy Linen Card Stock SEmbossed Foil Stamp Creates a Textured, 3-DimensionalSel Sorority, Fraternity and Student Grc Stationery anc Gifts also availa pressed disappointment in the women's team's performance following an unsatisfying end to the indoor season, it has picked up four event victories in the outdoor season's first three meets. "I'm excited about the women's team as a whole," Holloway said. "What we did indoors is not indicative of what kind of team we are." The No. 1 Florida men had a disappointing second day, failing to capture two events they won at last season's Florida Relays. The 4x100 relay saw the Gators finish third (38.91 seconds) behind Florida State and winner Pure Athletics. A pro team from Pure Athletics set a new Florida Relays record with its winning time, finishing the race in 38.74 seconds. UF was unable to finish the 4x200 relay because sophomore Tony McQuay fell during his leg of the run and was too injured to continue. "Tony's been battling injuries all year long, and they just keep popping up," Holloway said. "Tony's been blessed with a lot of great God-given talent, so we'll get him fixed up. And we've got six weeks to get him ready for conference, so that's our starting point." While the weekend didn't produce a lot of victories and had its fair share of disappointments, Holloway still saw it as a point to build on moving forward. "There are some things that we're very good at it, things we're not so good at and things we have to get a lot better at," Holloway said. "What we're going to do is sit down as a staff, talk about it, look at it, get together on Monday and get back to work." early, walking the bases loaded in the second inning before baring down and escaping trouble. Whitson scattered five hits and didn't walk another batter after the second while striking out six for the game. "He's a power pitcher," UF coach Kevin O'Sullivan said. "Sometimes you get some walks in there, but with power guys, you get strikeouts. I thought he threw the ball good, but most importantly, he battled through that second inning." The Gators' pitching dominated the SEC's top-hitting team all series, as Randall tossed a four-hit shutout in Friday night's 3-0 victory before Brian Johnson and Anthony DeSclafani limited the Volunteers to just two runs on four hits in Saturday's 11-2 blowout. "Anthony [DeSclafani] yesterday was outstanding, and I thought Toledo was equally as good today," O'Sullivan said. UF keeping title hopes alive GYM, from page 13 pionships, Faehn said this competition wasn't much different. "They didn't come out and compete aggressively," Faehn said. "They're all great performers, but we allowed the doubts to creep in." While freshman Alaina Johnson finished No. 1 in the all-around, Faehn said she was disappointed in UF's "lackluster energy" overall, and she is glad the team was able to advance despite the poor performances. When Florida kicked off its floor exercise, the outlook seemed promising. Sophomore Marissa King completed the double layout in her routine, which Faehn described as beautiful. Johnson also had a solid performance, as both she and King posted 9.9s, placing them in the four-way tie for second in the event. But when the competition turned to vault, Faehn said the gymnasts' landings were worse than they were at SECs. All-arounders Johnson and sophomore Ashanee Dickerson managed to pull through, escaping with a threeS E N I O R S Graduation Announcements & Diploma Frames Enter Coupon Code "NEWSPAPER" at checkout and receive 2 free keepsake announcement covers. 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But senior Maranda Smith was confident the team would be able to fix its problems heading into the NCAA Championships on April Gymnastics 15. "We all have good mindsets, and we are willing to sacrifice anything for the team," Smith said. "This team hasn't lost the will and the drive to win a national championship." "We're going to put them under more pressure situations," Faehn added. "We'll be putting them in real uncomfortable positions on beam and see who is going to rise to the occasion. JUNGLE FRIENDS PRIMATE SANCTUARY NEEDS volunteer On-Site or from _%ome! Open cVolunteer ')ay 'Every Saturday in cdainesville 10:00am -2:00pm junglefriends.org/opportunities.shtm info@junglefriends.org 386-462-7779 MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011E ALLIGATOR, 15 Randall, Gators staff slow down potent Vo/s lineup BASEBALL, from page 13 77 7

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16, ALLIGATOR U MONDAY, APRIL 4,2011 UF SOFTBALL Rogers struggles as Gators suffer second straight sweep By STEPHEN SHEEHAN Alligator Writer For the second weekend in a row, the Gators went winless. After getting blown out 10-2 on Friday, No. 5 Florida (30-7, 7-6 Southeastern Conference) nearly notched a come-from-behind win Saturday before losing 7-6 to No. 23 Kentucky (25-7, 11-3 SEC). But Sunday's loss wasn't even close. The Gators narrowly avoided the runrule but eventually suffered another sweep as the Wildcats closed out the series with a decisive 9-2 win. "To watch us play today was pretty hard to swallow," UF coach Tim Walton said. With the way Florida has been pitching, it never had a chance. Hannah Rogers was the only Gator to take the mound this weekend, but her performances were less than impressive. The freshman turned in her fourth consecutive poor outing since starting the season 16-1. Her struggles couldn't have come at a worse time, as senior ace Stephanie Brombacher remained sidelined with a bicep injury. "She just wasn't very good," Walton said. "She gave up way too many hits. .She wasn't sharp." The young righty's woes continued Sunday, when the Wildcats pounded her for eight runs in the first inning. Leadoff hitter Meagan Aull, who went 5 for 10 with eight RBIs on the weekend, proved to be Rogers' toughest nemesis. The outfielder started off Sunday with a solo shot to left before adding a two-run homer later in the inning. While Rogers was able to settle down for the rest of the game, the damage was already done. "Hannah's been having to throw every single game, and that's been hard on her mentally and physically," left fielder Kelsey Bruder said. Walton said Kentucky's lineup matched Rogers stride for stride, fouling off good Max Reed / Alligator Staff Florida freshman pitcher Hannah Rogers threw every inning of the Gators' weekend sweep at the hands of Kentucky, giving up 24 earned runs in three losses. pitches and turning bloops into hits. More concerning for UF than the pitching performance was its inability to put together quality at-bats. The Gators' typically potent lineup seemed timid and provided little firepower, mustering only two runs on five hits and striking out 10 times. "I didn't think we were aggressive at the plate," Walton said. "I've tried getting different players in, but it doesn't get any better when you look at the box score." While center fielder Michelle Moultrie and second baseman Aja Paculba combined to go 7 for 21, the rest of the lineup barely made a mark on the stat sheet. Power hitters Bruder, Megan Bush and Brittany Schutte accounted for only three RBIs and struck out 11 times, while the bottom of the order was nearly nonexistent. After a string of impressive performances against Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Georgia, Bruder described her weekend as just "average." "For some girls, going 1 for 3 is a good weekend," she said. "But I expect much better of myself. We have to be more aggressive, especially earlier in the count, and shorten up with two strikes." With the team stuck in a six-game slump, everything from the team's pregame meals to weight lifting sessions will be re-evaluated. "We're going to shake up the process with everything we do," Walton said. "We'll turn the table over and pick everything back up and go from there. We're not going down without a fight." Cu len scores record seven goals as UF rolls over PSU 0 THE SOPHOMORE LEADS THE NATION WITH 56 GOALS. By JOHN BOOTHE Alligator Writer It only took Kitty Cullen eight seconds Saturday at Penn State to answer whether the Gators were ready for their first road game in 45 days. With one whip of her stick, the sophomore buried the quickest goal in Florida's two seasons of play, one of her seven on the day, and helped lead a banner day for the No. 6 Gators (11-1, 2-0 American Lacrosse Conference) in a 13-7 victory over the No. 16 Nittany Lions (6-5, 1-1 ALC). "It's really hard to put into words," UF coach Amanda O'Leary said of Cullen's performance. "She just dominated the offense. Her shooting was spot on. She made very good decisions. .Just the fact of how many points she's put on the board speaks for itself." Cullen, who leads the nation with 56 goals, tacked on five more by halftime to tie her and Ashley Bruns' Florida record of six goals in a game. The two have matched their shared mark six times, so it was only fitting both had a hand in the recordbreaking goal. On the Gators' opening possession of the second half, Bruns fed the ball inside the 8-meter arc to Cullen, who beat Penn State goalie Dana Cahill to notch her school-record seventh goal of the game. "(Bruns) really played well," Cullen said. "She kept her head up and was able to get a lot of really great feeds, and we were able to have great options off of the shots because of the way she was working Lacrosse the ball." The game wasn't all positive for UF, as sophomore Brittany Dashiell suffered a concussion with less than 10 minutes left in the first half after she collided with a Penn State player and fell to the turf. O'Leary said the midfielder also cut her chin in the process, and that injury alone would have been enough to keep her out the rest of the game. "When Brittany went down, it was definitely scary because she is one of our best players from defense to transition and offense -she's awesome," Cullen said. "But then other people just realized, 'Hey, this is my time to step up."' Led by three straight goals from Cullen and four assists by Bruns, the Gators responded to their teammate going down with a 5-0 run, breaking a 5-5 tie. Adding to the offensive surge in Dashiell's stead with second-half goals were sophomores Colby Rhea, Janine Hillier, Caroline Cochran and Caroline Chesterman, who scored twice. "Penn State wasn't ready for us to come out and play like that as a team, together," Bruns said. "And that was the best part about coming out today was that we didn't care about the distractions. We just played together." When the dust settled, Penn State found itself down 10-5 and was only able to manage two more goals the rest of the way, as sophomore goalie Mikey Meagher shut down the Nittany Lions' offense with eight saves. 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