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volume 74, no. 140

Red tape tangles
skating rink plan
V,
ByKlKiochi
Alligator Staff Writer

Bill Wilson knew it wasnt going to be easy to start his own
business.
What Wilson didn t know was that his interpretation of
the American Dream would soon turn into what he calls a
city regulation, a morass of bureaucratic red
tape and several revoked permits that may lead him to court
in a battle against the city.
Wilson has been someone elses employee for 25 years
police officer, skating rink assistant manager, electric com company
pany company employee. With each position, Wilson scrimped a little
here, saved a little there all with his eye on the day he
would take orders from no one.
And as Wilsons savings grew, so did his hopes.
He finally bought a parcel of land off Northwest 39th
Avenue, a choice tract 675 feet wideand three blocks deep.
He decided to build a skating rink.
I picked out something I thought would be beneficial to
the community, Wilson said. When I was a cop (in Il Illinois),
linois), Illinois), 1 saw so much agony, kids on drugs. I dont think kids
in Gainesville have enough to do.
A few months after putting a down payment on the land,
Wilson brought a site plan before the city Plan Board, which
was rejected because the board disliked the placement of the
rink.
Wilson went back to the drawing board and came up with
a new plan that won Plan Board approval in November
1976. In the months following, however, the national
economy took a downturn and money for loans was hard to
get. Wilson could not find anyone to finance his project.
But Wilsons nightmare began last year.
In adopting a comprehensive land use plan, the City Plan
Board changed the zoning on the land Wilson owned from
shopping center which permits skating rinks *>- to multi multifamily
family multifamily residential and neighborhood shopping center
which do not.
What should have l>een Wilsons saving grace an
amendment to the plan to allow owners of land to lx* exemp exempted
ted exempted from the plan if they began building before a deadline
only caused more turmoil.
Property owners had to apply for the permits by July 1,
1980. Wilson applied for his June 26. Although the permits
usually take no longer than two weeks to receive, Wilson
didnt receive his until October.
Wilson and his lawyer insist they dont know why it hx>k
so long. Director of Community Development Norm
Bowman, however, said the delay was due to incomplete
documents filed by Wilson which lacked the seal of a
registered architect. Wilsons nightmare was only beginning.
Deputy City Attorney David LaCroix told Wilson in June
his building permit would be valid for one year until Oc October
tober October 1981 providing he began construction within the
year, according to city records.
But in February 1981, the Board of Adjustment revoked his
permit because no substantial construction had begun.
Wilson said that by this time lie had sunk SIOO,OOO into
clearing the land and filling drainage ditches.
He wanted to know what happened. I did everything they
told me, Wilson said. They gave me the rules and I follow followed
ed followed them.
A clause inserted to the planning ordinance had deemed
all permits issued for exemptions to lx* valid for only six
months starting in June regardless of when they were
granted.
This clause, Wilson said, was neither advertised in a legal
ad or put on displayed at City Hall. Slip-ups in paperwork
resulted in neither the planning office nor the city attorneys
office to have on record this clause that ultimately cost
Wilson his skating rink.
Wilson coinplains that city officials neglected to tell him
pertinent information and that the information they did give
him was incorrect.

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Albee the zookeeper speaks to herd

By Michael Szymanski
Alligator Staff Writer

Ive been to the zoo! Ive been to the zoo!
Theyre the first lines to Edward Albees first play The
Zoo Story.
A mass of animals shuffled into the Gannett Auditorium
Thursday night. They sat on the floor and sweated and
gaped. They were crowded in a standing-room-only clump
to listen to their zookeeper: 53-year-old, two-time Pulitzer
Prize winning playwright Albee.
What is it that separates us animals from all other
animals? Albee questions the crowd. "What makes we
animals special? v
The flock grumbles, mumbles and giggles.
Its art! Through the evolutionary process we have lost
our tails and grew art! Albee says, answering his own ques question.
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The man who wrote Whos Afraid of Virginia Wlf?
and A Delicate Balance chastised the 300 college
animals he spoke to for not using art to its fullest.
And he ridiculed their education. He condemned the
government. He downgraded contemporary theater.
Musicals, he said, are opiates which, when you leave the
theater, the only thing you think about is where your car is.
His animal theme remained appropriate: a chimpanzee
writing a play probably would win a two-year contract on
Broadway, given the state of theater today, he said. But clad
in a conservative gray jacket and navy tie, the off-the-wall
experimentalist playwright with shoulder-length hair and
bushy mustache knows he has his own version of the play
Lolita running in New York even as he speaks. It stars
Donald Sutherland and Blanche Baker.

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after 9 p.m. Between 4 ami 9ls the utilitys peak use period.
During the last week, the utility's 40-million gallon
cupacitx storage tanks almost have been depleted because of
excessive water use, mostly from lawn sprinkling.
We're mil having any problems with our water supply
yet, but we do have a problem with our distribution system,
Dux lc sakl. Heavy water use has been taxing our ability to
refill some of our storage tanks.
'We're not having any problems with our
water supply yet, but we do have a problem
pnith our distribution system'
Mike Doyle
I F Grounds Director Meador McCarity said UF is com complying
plying complying with the conservation requests by limiting watering
on campus.
Were just giving the grounds the minimum water they
need to stay alive, McGarity said.
Meanwhile, National Weather Service forecaster Bob
Kerns said Thursday that no rain was expected in Alachua
Gnintx over the weekend.

all user his body. Roundtree said.
Fve neser seen anything like this before," be said.
Little is known about Walton, other than that he was
unemploxed and lived on Route 2 in Archer. The name of the
Irirnd wbo found the body was mg released.
Roundtrer said there is a suspect in the bizarre murder
case, but as of Thursday night no arrests had been made.

Correction
T Mac McEachems margin of victory in Tues Tuesdax
dax Tuesdax s Gainesville Cits Commission election was 556
xntes. Due to a tabulation error The Alligator reported
othrrwisr on Thursday. Final vote tallies, however, were
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Senators' proposal
may abolish Regents
By Adam Yoontans
Alligator Staff Writer

Too much "infighting and provincialism within the
Board of Regents prompted state senators Thursday to ap approve
prove approve overwhelmingly a proposal that would eventually
dismantle the board that oversees the state universities.
Only a motion to reconsider the Senates vote delayed the
proposal from receiving the lawmakers full blessing.
The full Senate was considering the bill to expand the
Regents from 10 to 13 members including a second stu student
dent student member and the state education commissioner when
a barrage of amendments watered down the original bill and
set about to abolish the board.
The Regents oversee the nine state universities. Members
are appointed by Gov. Bob Graham. UF senior Gerald San Sanchez
chez Sanchez currently is the lone student member on the board.
Melbourne Republican Sen. Clark Maxwell introduced an
amendment Thursday that calls lor State Education Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Ralph Turlington to develop a plan for 1982 that
would eliminate the ruling authority of the Regents.
The policy making power of the Regents would shift to the
Department of Education and the education commissioner
under the proposed plan.
Gainesville Democrat George Kirkpatrick said the propos proposed
ed proposed plan would include the time frame for dismantling the
Regents authority.
They re just here kind of ruling without com communicating,
municating, communicating, Kirkpatrick said. The proposals were designed
to get the Regents attention, said Kirkpatrick, who also
worked on the bill.
Another motion by Sen. Gerald Rehm, R-Dunedin, slices
the number of Regents from 10 to seven members, while re retaining
taining retaining one student and the education commissioner.
Although Kirkpatrick and Florida Student Association Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Director Steve Hall agree the smaller number of
members would make the board more effective, Hall said he
does not like senators tinkering with the policy-making
board.
We support the concept of the (Regents) as a represen representative
tative representative voice, Hall said. They have been very responsive to
students.
Kirkpatrick, however, said too much infighting and pro provincialism
vincialism provincialism occurs.
The freshman senator added there was enough support on
the Senate floor Thursday to abolish the Regents altogether.
Instead, lawmakers decided to give the Regents a reprieve
until next year, Kirkpatrick said.
Hall said the Regents who were having their monthly
meeting on the campus of Florida A & M in Tallahassee
Thursday were upset with the Senates constant
political maneuverings with the Regents.
The final vote was 29 to 7 with four senators abstaining.
After the vote, Sen. Edgar Dunn, D-Ormond Beach, made a
motion to reconsider the senates vote, which delays until at
least Wednesday the Senates final approval of the bill with
the amendments attached.

Legislators pass bill outlawing paraphernalia

By Bob Block
Alligator Staff Writer

For the second year in a row, Florida legislators are
trying to cancel drug-users passports to visit inner space
on the device of their choice.
Both the House and the Senate have passed a bill that
bans possession of all drug paraphernalia. After passing
the House April 14, the bill made its last journey before
becoming law, passing the Senate Tuesday 36-0.
The bill becomes law either when Gov. Bob Graham
signs it or 10 days after it reaches his desk, without his
signature.
The 1980 Florida Legislature passed a bill banning
both the sale and possession of drug paraphernalia. But
the law was struck down by U.S. District Judge Lynn
Higby in Tallahassee before it could go into effect. Higbv
ruled that the law was unconstitutional because it
outlawed items without any regard for their intended use.
The judge found all of the bill constitutional except
for the section relating to intent, which the judge found to
be vague, said Don North, press secretary to Attorney
General Jim Smith.
This year, the Legislature came back and cleared up
the uncertain language The new bill states that it is il illegal
legal illegal to use or possess with intent to use drug parapher paraphernalia
nalia paraphernalia with illegal or controlled substances. It also defines
dozens of actions that could be construed to be drug drugrelated
related drugrelated a string of verbs a full paragraph long.
Rep. Mary Ellen Hawkins, R-Naples, was the chief ar architect
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Mediator suggests Regents accept union plan

By Mika Szymanskl
Alligator Staff Writer

Faculty union officials claimed a victory Wednesday after
a special mediator recommended that the Board of Regents
accept the union plan to raise professors pay by 7 percent.
The United Faculty of Florida union officials were
negotiating for a 7 percent pay hike 3 percent of which
would be divvied out according to administrators discre discretion.
tion. discretion. Another 1.75 percent would go to across-the-board pay
raises. And 2.25 percent would go to 70 percent of the lowest
paid professors at the nine state universities.
But several professors leading the drive to oust UFF as the
bargaining agent called the unions win less than victorious
because the raises are less than the rate of inflation.
The Florida Legislature still must approve the 1981-82
pay increase agreement recommended by a special master
a mediator who can recommend a settlement but does not
carry the force of law. But UF chapter President Lewis
Sussman said a mediators recommendation has moral
force that employers usually adhere to.
The special master also recommended that professors be
paid the same amount of money per course this summer as

this year and last. Hawkins, closely advised by the House
Criminal Justice Committee, relined the language to cor correct
rect correct the laws weaknesses.
Sen. Don Childers, D-West Palm Beach,' also in introducer!
troducer! introducer! a paraphernalia bill, but allowed the Senate to
consider Hawkins bill for expediencys sake.
The only reason her bill was passed over Sen.
Childers was because her bill had already passed the
House and we didnt want to drag out matters any longer
than we have to, said Childers aide, Wrxxly van
Voorhees.
Law enforcement officials would have to bear the
burden of proof for illegal intent to use paraphernalia,
said Assistant Attorney General George Georgieff.
Hawkins said previously that paraphernalia possession
would be deemed illegal only if a .laboratory test could
detect drug residue, or if the items were found near drugs.
Georgieff said it will be harder to prove the intent of
headshop retailers who often put up disclaimers in their
shops as to the actual use of the items. But Georgieff
pointed out that retailers would be under the hammer
if everything pointed to the fact that the seller knew
what the paraphernalia was being sold for at the time of
the sale.
Last years law, which banned sale as well as possession
of paraphernalia, wont be operable after the new bill
becomes law.
What would we need the old one for? Georgieff said.
This one has everything we need. Headshops are
possessors too, you know.

they were paid during the academic year. Several union
members were worried that faculty would end up working
longer hours for thinner paychecks during the shorter sum summer
mer summer term.

they were paid during the academic year. Several union
members were worried that faculty would end up working
longer hours for thinner paychecks during the shorter sum summer
mer summer term.
The recommendation also included a provision which
union officials wanted in the contract that says faculty
salaries should receive class adjustments to bring them up to
the top 25 percent of the highest paid in the nation.
Faculty may end up getting more than a 7 percent raise,
said Sussman, especially those professors at UF because we
have the most distinguished faculty in the state.
But management Professor Russ Fogler, one of the pro professors
fessors professors leading the drive to oust UFF, called the tentative
agreement for a 7 percent raise disappointing.
What kind of clout is there when UFF wants a 7 percent
increase while inflation is at 12 percent? Fogler said. It
doesnt sound t spectacular to me.
UF professors last month turned in a 490-signature peti petition
tion petition calling for an election scheduled for June 3-4 to
determine whether faculty want to be represented by UFF.
Sussman said that UFF went for the 7 percent hike
because it was more realistic. State employees, he added,
didnt seem likely to receive cost of living adjustments this
vear.

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Senate debates abortion
WASHINGTON The Senate Thursday debated two motions to
keep federal funds from being used for abortions, and the
conservative-dominated Ixxlv was expected to pass at least one of
them.
The two motions were proposed as amendments to the 1981 sup supplemental
plemental supplemental spending bill.
One, authored by Rep. John Ashbrook, R-Ohio, and passed by the
House last week, would prohibit the use of any federal funds or
federal health plans for abortions.
The other, sponsored by Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C., was an amend amendment
ment amendment traditionally sponsored by Rep. Henry Hyde, R-111., to prohibit
use of federal funds for any abortions except to save the mothers
life.
Sen. Mark Hatfield, R-Ore., chairman of the Senate Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations Committee and an opponent of abortion, let! the fight against
the anti-abortion amendments to keep the supplemental spending
bill clean of any riders.
Hatfield, who co-sponsored the first constitutional amendment in introduced
troduced introduced to ban abortions, said he is still an opponent of abortion.
The Supreme Court ruled in 1973 women could get abortions
legally, but Congress has adopted versions of the Hyde Amendment
since 1976 that prevents the funding of all but a relatively few abor abortions.
tions. abortions.
The Supreme Court ruled in 1980 the federal and state govern governments
ments governments had no obligation to fund abortions under the Medicaid pro program.
gram. program.
The biggest legislative effort against abortion this year is expected
to be on the bill that would define human life as starting at con conception.
ception. conception. This could effectively overturn the 1973 Supreme Court
ruling by opening the possiblity of making abortion a homicide.

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Senate passes
Reagan budget
WASHINGTON President
Reagans austerity budget, which
outlines massive domestic spen spending
ding spending cuts and a huge military in increase,
crease, increase, won final congressional
approval Thursday with an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming Senate vote.
The House approved the fiscal
1982 spending plan Wednesday.
It sets targets for government ex expenditures
penditures expenditures and serves as a guide
for a binding budget that Con Congress
gress Congress must draft in the fall.
The Senate, voting 76-20, ap approved
proved approved the $695.5 billion com compromise
promise compromise budget, which orders
congressional committees to slash
more than $35 billion from
vitually every area of government
activity except defense.
The Senate action followed a
heated debate Wednesday night in
which Democrats charged that
the cuts would hurt the poor and
would not keep the government
from sinking deep jnto the red
next year.
The budget projects a $37.7

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billion deficit and makes room for
Reagans large across-the-board
tax cut. It does not endorse the
presidents controversial $54
billion plan but allows for a tax
cut of that size to be drafted later.
Condo stability
raises questions
COCOA BEACH A report by
the Southern Building Code Con Congress
gress Congress has raised questions about
the stability of the Harbour Cay
condominium which collapsed in into
to into a pile of rubble March 27, kill killing
ing killing 11 workers and injuring 23.
The preliminary report issued
this week questions the design
criteria used in constructing the
roof, corridors and balconies, and
also says there may have been
flaws in the buildings wind
resistance design.
Meanwhile, a consulting
engineer, architect and developer
of the five-story riverfront proper property
ty property denied negligence in lawsuits
filed by injured workers. A lawyer
for Univel Inc., the developer,
said under Florida law nothing
obligates the firm to furnish. .a
safe place to work.

Senate panel
wants union
chief ousted
WASHINGTON A senate
subcommittee Thursday recom recommended
mended recommended legal action to oust Roy
L. Williams as Teamsters Union
president if he fails to answer
charges he is controlled by
organized crime and violated his
responsibilities as a pension fund
trustee.
The panel urged the
Department to summon Williams
to a special administrative hear hearing
ing hearing within two months to respond
to the allegations, and to seek
court action to remove him from
union office if he does not answer
adequately.
Williams, 66, who has directed
the 700,000-member Teamsters
Central Conference, was named
May 15 as interim successor to the
late Frank Fitzsimmons. He is vir virtually
tually virtually assured of election to a full
5-year term when the 2-million 2-millionmember
member 2-millionmember union the nations
largest meets in Las Vegas June
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Marrow transplant patient fine

Thursday was a day that Maria Pinon will most likely
never forget. The 18-year-old Tampa youth stricken with
acute leukemia mark' medical history in the* Southeast
when she received a l>onc marrow transplant from her older
sister.
The transplant was a great success, said Roy Weiner,
chief of the Division of Medical Oncologv at Shands
Teaching Hospital, where he performed the operation. Its
the best hope available today for the cure of patients with
acute leukemia. Maria is doing fine and we Remain confi confident.
dent. confident.
The donor was Maria s 21-year-old sister, Nancy, who was
resting on the second floor of Shands following the one-hour
procedure. Two pints of bkxxl containing 10 percent of Nan Nancys
cys Nancys bone marrow, which will make non-leukemic bhxxl
cells, was transported to the recently opened fourth flr
Bone Marrow Transplant Unit where Maria was waiting.
Maria winced as the needle entered her upper chest but as
the bhxxl began to flow from the bag overhead she said she
felt fine.
It doesnt hurt at all; maybe a little tingle but no pain.
She smiled, knowing that if everything works out she may
live a normal and healthy life.

AI bee

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Nineteen of his own plays are performed widely on all col college
lege college campuses second only in popularity to the works of
William Shakespeare.
College campuses anti university students reek with Allx*e Allx*eisms,
isms, Allx*eisms, he insists. He can never create or change minds on col college
lege college campuses because he finds they frequently agree with
him.
College minds are ripe for experimentation and they wish
and want to delve into more, Albee told the audience. I
believe that experimental art will live in the college at atmosphere.
mosphere. atmosphere. Students want to know that there is more to art
and theater than Neil Simon and Rixlgers and Hammers Hammerstein.
tein. Hammerstein.
Albees works often deal with dissastifaction with stxiety,
difficulty with communication and the deep-rooted needs of
destruction. His life may have somethingto do with it.
After being expelled from numerous northeastern U.S.
schools, Albee went to Valley Forge Military Schl where
they taught only two compulsory classes, he said sadism
and masochism.
He spent 30 years of his life dabbling in pwtry, essays,
novels and short stories, but poet Thornton Wilder steered
him to his niche playwriting.
His successes started with The Zoo Story in the early
19605. The play had only two characters an average
gentleman sitting in Central Park and an absurd psychotic
bent on suicide. The short play laid the groundwork for
themes of plays to come for Albee. Reality faced with ab absurdity.
surdity. absurdity. Love leads to pain, commitment and self contempt.
The slow death of humanity.
Humanity and art is dying now, he claims even as he
speaks. The death began when Richard Nixon tk office in
1969.
The sixties were an exciting time for the arts, Albee said.
People werent passive they actively sought out ex experimental
perimental experimental art. Museums heralded young upcoming artists.
But nowadays the comprehension of art has diminished,
he added. People have decided that art is a vital, dangerous
thing that they no longer want to have a part of.
The last state of death will be pounded into the vampiric
field off experimental art with the Reagan administration, he
said. Qovernment ending its subsidies for art will end
humanity itself a slow, cruel death of humanity.
Were a civilization of animals who have gone downhill
without getting to the top, Albee told the audience.
Man mirrors himself. He does it through art. It is his only
means of defining himself, according to Albee. Through
Albees eyes, audiences see upper-middle class America in
his plays. Not always the most pleasant aspects, though.
"Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf? shows the loneliness of
a childless old couple who create an imaginary son which
they use as a weapon against each other. In the end, they
relinquish their fantasy and reestablish communication
with each other.

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Even after the transplant, the 20 percent cure rate is not
that high. But its better than Marias predicted two-year life
expectancy, said her mother, Amelia Pinon, who was stan standing
ding standing with her husband and his mother a few feet from
Marias private and sterile r We are so happy t grateful to the people of Tampa," she said, referring to the
people who donated nearly $32,000 after a series of article's
in the Tampa Tribune. The donations will help pav for the
$60,000 pr Maria, three hours after the transplant, agreed with her
mother.

I m so happy and thank the* people of Tampa and the
doctors here. Im also grateful for my loving sister who has
done this for me.
Nancy, who was put under general anesthesia, woke up
and asked how Maria was doing. "Fine, the doctors told
her. Great, she said. Ill do it again if 1 have to.
Nancy is scheduled to lx* released t stand at Shands for several weeks to continue chemotherapy
treatments.
Hopefully in a year, she will lx* fully restored and can
live a healthy life, said Weiner.

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Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward
Albee visited UF for the opening of his play "A
Delicate Balance"
The play never won a Pulitzer but came oh-so-close.
Critics tagged it a sure winner, but committee members on
the Pulitzer board called it a dirty play in 1967.
But Albee insists he doesnt write plays for the audience,
but for himself. If the public likes it, then fine. He doesnt
care what other people say, he says.
Opinions are not facts to Albee. Critics are best dead to
Albee. His first critic was his mother, who tossed out a sex sexfarce
farce sexfarce play about British sailors he wrote when 12 years old.
He claims to have never had a better critic.

Albee finds himself in the critic role tonight at the opening
of his play A Delicate Balance at the Constans Theatre at
8 p.m. UF students Deborah Anderson and Crosby Hunt
take the lead roles.

Though all students remain creative, he believes the rest of
the world is losing art and thus the essence of humanity
and life.

< But he sustains. Hell keep writing plays for himself. Hell
survive in his New York City Greenwich Village apartment
in reasonable content, not idiotic happiness, he says.

Hell live there in the zoo with his Irish Wolfhound who
listens to Beethoven and cat who watches soap operas.
He lives in his Zoo Story, from where it all began.

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Minority panel nixes plan to disband

By Adam Yeomans
Alligator Staff Writer

UF Affirmative Action Coordinating Council mcmlxTs
will meet with top UF administrators in June to discuss the
committee s role which thc*y say is ineffective and
frustrating as the watchdog of UF equal opportunity pro procedures.
cedures. procedures.
In a Thursday meeting inTigert Hall, committeememlx-rs
decided to continue as UFs Affirmative Action Advisory
committee, in spite of an expressed desire of se\ oral members
to disband the council.
Some committee memlx-rs said they believed \fiirmative
Action guidelines were window dressing used by
unresponsive UF administrators.
I just dont think Affirmative Action is taken very
seriously here, said Phyllis Meek, UF Student Affairs
associate dean. Are we wasting our time?
Other members agreed with Meek, but said dissolving the

Wilson

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Wilson says he is being penalized for city officials gtx>f gtx>fups
ups gtx>fups
I dont know where this paragraph (the six-month clause)
came from or when it was inserted, Wilson said. If 1 have
been ignorant of any laws, then so were the top people en enforcing
forcing enforcing those laws.
Wilson appealed to the Board of Adjustment for a building
permit. The board sent him to the City Commission. He ask asked
ed asked commissioners Monday to help him, but they declined to
reinstate his permit.
I dont understand why Im being fought so hard,
Wilson said. Theyre after me and I dont know why.
Commissioners assured Wilson that no one was out to net
him..
Several commissioners didnt like the idea of building a
skating rink anyway. Commissioner Mark Goldstein said a
rink would lx* intolerable because it would lx* inconsistent
with the goal of preserving the neighborhtxxls. Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners Bobbie Lisle and Gary Junior agreed.
But Commissioner Aaron Green warned the Commission
that they were forcing Mr. Wilson to court and that he
could very well win his case.
And Wilsons lawyer. Dale Thompson, agrees.
1 think it s a matter that the* City Commission dcx*s not
want a skating rink there and they will do anything to stop
it, regardless of what is fair, just or legal, Thompson said.
Wilson believes that the commissioners know he would
win a court cast*, but are delaying and hoping lie will run out
of money.
But that, he says, is not in the cards,
x Have you ever had a dream all of your life? lx* asked. I
cant give up now. Not after all this time, all this work.

WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?
Psalm 2:1 and Acts 4:25
Sometime ago we received a letter from a lady saying
she had a son in a hospital in another State, and I aura am
worried about my son I hear ha has want against Qod
and I am so worried I cant sleep or eat. (Lady, has want
Is bad grammar but it la o.k. with me for your statement la
understandable and I know what you are talking about,
and that is the main thing. Thera are multitudes that
sympathize with you, and wa asked all such to offer a
prayer for you and your son.)
However, 1 know of great numbers who have sons and
daughters that have want against Qod that are not
worried or troubled. In fact, there are many who have
want against Qod along with their eons and daughters,
maybe as chaperons, paying the axpanaas, board and
lodging and furnishing money for fire-water, and fine and
high-powered autos to makt batter time at they want
against Qod! Sad to say, often they have to pick up tabs
for wracks, doctor, hospital and even funeral bills. Thank
Qod the devil has not gotten you to the place where you
can observe such things and conduct without being
terribly worried and troubled. In this connection would
call your attention to the 9th chapter of Ezekiel.
This ladys worry and trouble calls to mind soma of my
own worry and trouble: It la about my Uncle, MY DEAR
UNCLE SAM! ALAS! ALAS! HE, TOO, HAS WENT
AGAINST QOD! Why, ha wont let his little school
child ran pray to Qod or read Qoda Book In the place of
learning. Uncle Sam forbids them asking The Creator of
Heavens and Earth, the Universe and all things, for their
daily bread, to deliver ua from evil no wonder the
devil Is catching so many of them. Mrs. John Wesley
taught her boys John and Charles their letters and to read
by using the first chapter of The Bible, Qoda Book. Those
two boys did not turn out so bad! It aura seams to me that
dear old Unde Sam has want against Qod!
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committee would lx* a step m me wmng uiicciioii.
UF Affirmative Action Coordinator Jackie Hart said she
had a rude awakening during a recent hiring controversy
that ended with UF President Robert Marston clearing UF
Attorney Tom Biggs of violating UF hiring guidelines.
Committee members point to that incident as an example
of the lack of teeth in Uhs equal opportunity rules. More
than a year ago, the committee charged that Biggs handpick handpicked
ed handpicked his associate attorney. Last month the UF attorney was
cleared of any wrongdoing by a state hearing officer and by
Marston.
Committee memlx*rs will arrange a meeting in mid-June
with Marston anti UF Executive Vice President John Nat Nattress
tress Nattress to ask for a stronger commitment from topTigert brass
in enforcing anti adhering to equal opportunity procedures.
Nattress said Wednesday that Marston may lk for a wav
of redefining the committees objectives. With only eight of
21 committee members attending Wednesday, Nattress saitl
some members appear to lx* uninterested.

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Darts
and Laurels
As the quarter begins to wind down, were left
in a rush to catch up with goods and bads around
Gainesville. The Darts and Laurels column is our
regular attempt to grin and frown at the ad administrators,
ministrators, administrators, legislators and other officials who
help to govern the lives of UF students. May we
begin:.
DART: to usually secretive administrators, who
recently decided that they didnt need to be so
secretive after all, at least when it comes to
students fee cards. About 15,000 of the green
goodies were dumped out two weeks ago into a
dumpster located near a well-traveled area
behind the Hub. Students walking by picked up
the cards, and could easily have used them to get
into campus events, or to try to plug the Social
Security numbers on the cards into UF com computers,
puters, computers, in order to get even more private informa information.
tion. information. But who cares when it comes to secrecy of
students lives? Sometimes administrators do,
sometimes they dont. Well-enforced privacy only
applies in the case of law dean searches. Right?
LAUREL: to UF administrators for recognizing
the need for remedial English classes at UF. Ac According
cording According to Instructional Resource Director Jean Jeannine
nine Jeannine Webb, 10 percent of entering freshmen are
not ready for expository writing classes. Os
course, we agree that high schools should be
teaching basic English, but the bottom line is that
they arent and UF shouldnt be punishing
students for the shortcomings of Floridas secon secondary
dary secondary education system. The remedial program
which will feature 20 sections beginning this fall
will help hike UFs bad minority retention
statistics and will get students ready for the likes
of argumentatives and persuasives and all that
other dreadful, but helpful stuff at UF. The hope
is, of course, that the program can be phased out,
when the time comes that Floridas high schools
start doing the jobs they are supposed to.
DART: to the Florida Senate, for voting to ask
Congress for a constitutional convention, osten ostensibly
sibly ostensibly to discuss an amendment outlawing abor abortions.
tions. abortions. Talk about opening up a can of worms.
Abortion bans are bad enough, but what with the
conservative mood in this country right now, the
conventioneers could begin taking other rights
away from the American people. Why, by the end
of the convention, them fellers could have Ronald
Reagan named emperor or something.
LAUREL: to Executive Vice President John Nat Nattress
tress Nattress and other UF administrators for actually sit sitting
ting sitting back and beginning to give long thought to
the transportation problems facing UF students
and faculty. Nattress has decided to delay paving
of the ROTC drill field and to delay the ban of
freshman parking scheduled for next fall. In addi addition,
tion, addition, UF administrators, local government of officials
ficials officials and Student Government representatives
met this week to discuss possible alternatives for
transportation. While we dont endorse the plan
that came out of the meeting to tax students sl6
per semester for the bus costs, at least everyone is
being civil to one another. Hev, its a start, folks.

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Protest brutal El Salvador reign Saturday

Editor: A civil war is raging in the tiny country of El
Salvador. The people of El Salvador have faced incredible
poverty, a complete lack of deinoc *; < rfa.li s and 49 years
of military dictatorship. Today tlf>. ** ; ghting for the
same rights which Americans take sos gr. ted. The govern government
ment government of El Salvador has responded by unleashing a reign of
terror against its own people.
More than 10,000 people have l>een murdered by security
forces and paramilitary groups in the past year and the
death toll grows daily. It would Ik* impossible to detail all
the violence carried out by the Salvadoran government, so a
few examples must suffice. The American Public Health
Association has reported that, . . the traditional protec protection
tion protection conferred on doctors and patients has been increasingly
ignored as military and paramilitary gangs have flagrantly
entered hospitals and shot down doctors, nurses and patients
in cold blood . .
On December 2, 1980, the world was shocked bv the rape
and murder of three American Catholic nuns and one lav
worker. In January 1981 Amnesty International reported,
Since January 1980 a campaign of murder and abduction
has l>een launched against peasants under the guise of carry
ing out land reform.
The director of the legal aid department of the Ar Archdiocese
chdiocese Archdiocese of San Salvador testified at a United Nations hear hearing
ing hearing that during the week of Feb. 14 to 20, 1981. the army

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and security forces killed 257 defenseless persons. He also
stated that during the previous three months 4,400 civilians,
mostly women and children, had been killed. An Associated
Press wire story on April 7, 1981, explainer! how the na national
tional national guard dragged 23 people from their homes and shot
them in the street.
A number of important questions must be asked. Why
must the government of El Salvador resort to terror to re remain
main remain in power? Why does the government of El Salvador re require
quire require millions of dollars in military aid to control its own
people? Why does the Reagan administration send
helicopters, guns and military advisers to such an unpopular
and repressive government?
These questions will be discussed this Saturday in St.
Petersburg where a state-wide rally to oppose U.S. aid to El
Salvador is scheduled to lie held. The parents of Jean
Donavan, one of the four slain Catholic women, will speak
at the rally. Also speaking will be a priest who has worked
with poor people in San Salvador and with Salvadoran
refugees. People from Gainesville who wish to attend the ral rally
ly rally should meet Saturday at 8 a.m. in the Library West.park West.parking
ing West.parking lot. As American citizens we must not stand idly by
while our tax dollars are used to prop up the military junta
in El Salvadoar.
Don Mockle
3UF
Suspend protester
Editor: Robust debate on controversial issues is encourag encouraged
ed encouraged in a democracy; however, the First Amendment does not
protect speech that may incite violence. Six Kappa Alpha
brothers recently set up a table on the Plaza of the
Americas with signs that read, Homosexuals need Bullets
Not Acceptance, Students for the Public Executions of
Queers, and Eat shit and die faggots. The six were en encouraging
couraging encouraging a hostile reaction from heterosexuals as well as
homosexuals.'
The goals that blacks, women and Hispanics have fought
for are now being fought for by homosexuals.
Art Sandeen.UF vice president for student affairs,believes
the anti-homosexual action was not protected by the First
Amendment. He said, as reported in The Alligator, When
they imply a threat it goes beyond the realm of free speech
even if they take it as a joke. Sandeen continued,Whether
you think this is a joke or not, we do not. WE AGREE!
Whether the aforementioned actions were individually
motivated or not, UF has the responsibility of protecting
heterosexuals, bisexuals, asexuals and homosexuals alike.
That is why we demand immediate suspension of those six
students, who admittedly have no regrets for their actions.
University of Florida Lesbian and Gay Society
Correction
Freshmen Rick Newmark, Todd Victor and Alan Foxman
did not write the letter, Women, were gutsy guys, which
appeared in the May 20 Alligator. A man who did not iden identify
tify identify himself delivered the letter to The Alligator's newsroom.



Personal experience changes pro-lifer's position

Editor: For weeks now I have
followed The Alligator's editorial
page on the abortion issue,
wondering each day whether to
write a letter of my own. I feel
now that I would like to share my
own experience with your readers
and maybe make some of the pro prolife
life prolife activists stop, look and listen
to why I believe abortion must re remain
main remain legal.
Yes, have had an abortion. It
was legal, safe, and thank God,
short. I was 18 when I got preg pregnant,
nant, pregnant, my first quarter at UF and
away from home. Up until I found
myself in trouble, I too was
against abortion. My attitude was
that each and every female has ac access
cess access to birth control and that,
therefore, there is no excuse for
getting pregnant. Well, I guess
you could still say that today, but
I dont.
Now I know something that I
didnt know then. It can happen
to me. Every girl in the world
thinks it cant happen to her; but
it can happen to anyone even
the nice girls. And when I found
out I was pregnant, I already
knew my only alternative. You
see, I am the youngest child and
the only one to make it to college
which is exactly where I
wanted to be. My parents are very
strict and no doubt would have
disowned me had they found out.
My point is this: had legal abor abortion
tion abortion not been an option for me, I
would have sought an illegal one.

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would have done anything before
admitting it to my parents. When
1 do have children, its going to be*
with the support and love of my
family and friends, not with
disapproval and gossip.
How many of you have had a
baby sister come to you and tell
you she is pregnant and scared to
death that your parents would
find out? And knowing her mind
was made up, how would you feel
sending her to some plumber in
a storerm alley to scrape out
her uterus with God-knows-what?
Wouldnt you at least want to
know it was clean ?! My older
sister had that satisfaction. And
she didnt condemn me or hate me
or throw a Bible in my face. She
trusted my decision as being right
for me and she gave me love and
understanding. We both live our
own lives and we make mistakes,
as all people do. But since each in individual
dividual individual can make decisions for
himself and only himself, then
each must do what he feels he
must, as did L Whether it was
morally right is something I must
live with and when the day of
reckoning comes, then 1 shall Ik*
punished as God sees fit, not as
you see fit.
Oh, and by the way, the father
of my baby and I are still going
out and in love. He used to be
against abortion t until it
happened to him.
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opinions

Top acts at O'Connell Center
could pay off loan
for sound equipment cables

Editor: Once again, the students of UF are
wondering how many more rock concerts
will be canceled at the OConnell Center due
to the lack of cables to fly the sound equip equipment
ment equipment from the ceiling. Not only arc the
students unable to go to these concerts, but
Student Government loses out on revenue
from each concert. One of The Alligator's re recent
cent recent articles stated that SG has lost out on
approximately SIOO,OOO in concert/per concert/performance
formance concert/performance revenue since the OConnell
Center opened. Id like to make the following
suggestion: why doesnt SG take out a loan
and have the cables installed themselves?
Presently only 10,500 out of a possible
11,800 seats can lx* occupied at a per performance.
formance. performance. Due to sight obstructions anil
sound distortions, the other 1,300 remain
unoccupied. This results in lost revenue even
if a concert is held.
SG doesnt lose revenue just from concerts.
Performances such as ice shows, circuses and
theater-in-the-round cannot lx* held because
of the problems in the placement of the
sound equipment. If approximately 10 major
events are held a semester and SG realizes
SIO,OOO to $12,000 in profit from each
event, were talking alx>ut big bucks lost. The
longer the wait in cable installment, the
more money lost.
If a loan is taken out, 1 suggest the follow following
ing following methixl of repayment:
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mission admission price per event. This charge will lx*
dropped once the loan is repaid.
y SG uses 20 percent of the profit from
each event toward repayment of the loan.
Now before there is any griping about the
already high price of concert tickets. Id like
everyone to sit back and think about how
much you spent going to a concert in
Lakeland or Tampa because the same group
wasnt playing in Gainesville. A dollar
doesnt seem like much now, does it?
As for SG only receiving 80 percent of the
profits, I hx)k at it this way: 80 percent profit
is better than none. If the profit from an
event is between SIO,OOO and $12,000 and
approximately 11,000 seats are sold, a pay payment
ment payment of around $ 13,000 could be raised each
event. Having 10 events a semester, the loan
could lx paid off in less than four years (us (using
ing (using a loan of $480,000 and an interest rate of
20 percent).
The cables will take approximately two to
three months to install. If work is not started
six>n, we might as well forget about seeing
many big groups fall semster and SG will
have to lose out on some more money.
Maybe this isnt the best solution to the
problem of ceiling cables; after all, the
OConnell Center is supposed to be a multi multipurpose
purpose multipurpose facility. Id like to see it become one.
Kathln Hrzog
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By Liz Olver
Alligotor Staff Writer

John Rodney Mullen is not a typical American teenager.
Oh sure, just like others his age, he likes to watch TV and
eat fudge ripple ice cream, but he also likes to skateboard.
And when Rcxlney, as he prefers to lx* called, starts to spin
his skateboards wheels, he undergcxs a transformation.
Hell change from Rcxlney Mullen, 14-year-old Gainesville
schoolboy who wears braces to Rcxlney Mullen, professional
freestyle skateboard world champion.
And he only needed four years to clinch that title.
As Rcxlneys fans watch him perform his fancy tricks, they
can see why hes called the world champion, too.

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When he begins a routine, waiting for the punk or rock-n rock-n---roll
--roll rock-n---roll music to lx*gin Pat Benatar is one of his favorites
hell hesitate, a look of concentration coming across his tan
face. And when the music starts, Rodney takes over with his
two skateboards, showing the fans what skateboarding real really
ly really is about.
Hell hop up and down on his skateboard, cross his legs
over, turn the board on its side, jump in the air and flip it
around with his hand or feet. Sometimes hell throw in a
handstand. But no matter what he does, hell usually end his
two-minute routine with a whirl of 3605, where hell spin
around and around, like an ice skater, his arms close to his
body.
And then hell stop . and grin.
For the first couple of years it was watching people and
then I started to go by myself and make up tricks, the
blond, soft-spoken Rodney said.
But not before Tim Scroggs, 20, of Orlando, the 1980
Male Pro Freestyler of the Year, chanced to come upon the
enthusiastic youngster about three and a half years ago.
Scroggs knew a skateboarder when he saw one, so he asked
his younger friend to join Powell Peralta, his skateboarding
team. Join Rodney did and from then on, things Ix-gan to,
well, roll, for the skateboarding superstar.
Now Rodney is also a member of Tracker Trucks and Vans
Shoes. The three teams he skateboards for manufacture
equipment like Rodneys tan tennis shoes, his flashy
skateboarding outfits and his various skateboards.
Next, Rodney got down to business and started practicing
and practicing and practicing some more. In the summer of
1979 he had his eye on the amateur freestyle world cham champion
pion champion title. He set out to capture the title and capture it he
did.
All that remained for Rodney was to claim the profes professional
sional professional title. So R helmet and practiced his fancy turns and other eye-catching
maneuvers. Next, he flew out to San Diego, Calif., where at
August of 1980 he gave that title a shot.
Just l>ecause Rcxlney was the youngest competitor at the
California contest didnt mean he wasnt going to try his
best, however. He wanted the title. But Rcxlney says he
didnt think hed win. He was young and a non-Californian,
R crowds opinion. He proved the crowd wrong.
I really didnt think I had a chance at first, but then peo people
ple people started telling me I did, Rodney said.
But his friends and relations arent so modest. Theyll
quicklv tell anyone how Rodney won that championship.
People had heard about him, but his tricks they had
never seen, Stacy Peralta, his manager, said. The crowd
was screaming for him.

But as in any contest, the crowd might have a favorite, but
its the judges who have the final say. In freestyle contest
routines, Rcxlney said, the judges grade you on your style,
the number of tricks you make, the number of tricks you do
and how hard the tricks are and how well the routine is put
together. I have 35 tricks in a two-minute routine.
But when Im out there, I just kind of forget about
everything. I just concentrate on my routine, he said. That
day, Rcxlney didnt hear the crowds cheers until he calmly
stopped the rolling of his skateboards wheels and walked off
the contest area, waiting to hear if he had won. Win he did.
Not bad for a 14-year-old from Florida who treats a
skateboard like an additional limb.
Rtxlneys routine was so flawless, it enabled him to beat
the former champion, Steve Rocco, 19, of California, whom
Rodney still regards as his toughest competitor. And, Rodney
said, California is the hotbed of skateboarding, besides
Sweden. In Florida, the world champion said there is little
for him to compete against.
And now Rodney wants another crack at the professional
title, once again to be held this August'in California. And
hes worked hard this year, perfecting his tricks.
On weekends, he trains at the local skateboarding park,
the Sensation Basin, which has 11 paneled outside mirrors
that he stands in front of to help with his style.
But most of his time he spends at home, practicing on a
cement-covered garage floor after he prepares the area with
an air blower. After all, everything must be just so for the
world champion.
I practice about three hours every day after school and
about six to eight hourson weekends,Rodney, five-foot-two five-foot-twoand-a-half-inches
and-a-half-inches five-foot-twoand-a-half-inches and 110 pounds, said. Now Rodney knows
about 200 tricks or their variations and learns another five
to seven a week, he said.
Rcxlney skates wherever he goes, Ann Mullen, his
mother, says, smiling and recalling the times the young pro professional
fessional professional skated the groceries into the Mullen home. If we
go on a trip or anything where hes not even going to see a
skateboard park, he carries his skateboard like you would
your pocketbook.
And only while hes practicing, seldom while hes per performing,
forming, performing, will Rodney show if hes upset after missing a trick.
Instead, hell kick the boards back edge and watch it spin up
in the air, catch it with his hand, shake his head and start
again.
Besides freestyle skateboarding, Rodney also said he prac practices
tices practices bowl or pcrnl riding once a week. In bowl riding,
skateboarders try to skim the top of a 12-foot, cement pit

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Movies
Playing at tha Union
La Cage Aux Folia* Tonight through Sunday A gav
comedy about how hard it is to tell the in-laws that your
mother is a mister. 7 & 9:30, 3 p.m. Sunday.
Tha Rltx Tonight and Saturday Rita Moreno is an
entertainer in a gay bathhouse in this comedy. Midnight.
Wookond Sunday This film blends sleaze and
slapstick as it takes a l Tho Touch Monday Elliot Gould stars in this film on
the psychological results of a broken marriage. 7 & 9:30.'
Trojan Woman Tuesday Katherine Hepburn stars
in this dramatic story of the women of Troy. 7 & 9:30
Tha Ceremony Wadnasday A study of Japan as
chronicled in a family saga of Jacobean violence Subtitled
7 & 9:30
Cabaret Thursday Liza Minelli and Bob Fosse are
an unbeatable duo in this German songfest. 7 & 9:30

wall with only their skateboards touching
the rim. In addition to bowl riding, Rodnev
said other types of skateboarding are slalom
and downhill.
Although Rixlney will tell his fans
anything they want to know about
skateboarding, he shyly declines to tell how
he got his first skateboard.
But Rodneys mother doesnt mind telling
the story.
Her son, she said, used to look at her with
longing in his eyes and say he wanted a
trophy more than anything in the world.
Rodney tried catwalking on his bike and
became the best on the block, but because
catwalkers didnt get trophies, he looked for
something else.
So one day a neighborhood chum in introduced
troduced introduced him to skateboarding and Rodney
decided this was the sport for him.
Skateboarding fever had struck the Mullen
household. But not if his parents could help
it. Too many broken bones, they said. And
although John Mullen told his son not to
skateboard, he had a sneaking suspicion his
son was out on the oval-shaped board, per performing
forming performing tricks behind his back.
Rodneys parents decided they could cure
their sons desire with a pair of skates, but
even this didnt work. Still the persistent
Rodney wanted his skateboard. One New
Years Eve after his father asked Rodney if
hed forgotten about the sport, tears began to
come to Rodneys eyes and his father gave in.

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foster Center in Whitt* Springs. The folk culture celebration
tickets are $4 a day. For more information call 1-397-2192.
An Afternoon of Opera with the Gainesville Civic
Chorus begins at 3 p.m. Mav 24 at the Thomas Outer
The Grinter Gallery is giving a reception for its new
show tonight at 8 p.m. The exhibit features a mixture of
ceramics, prints and photographs by three UF artists.
Thomas Center Gallery is featuring the works of Mur Murray
ray Murray Seymour and a group of UF students now through June
5. The exhibit consists of outdoor sculptures.
University Gallery is exhibiting the works of the UF Art
Departments graduate students through June 7. Hours are 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, I to 5 p.m. on Sundays.
Theatre
A Delicate Balance The Florida Players present Ed Edward
ward Edward Albecs play tonight and Saturday and Tuesday

OK, Rtxlnev, you can have the skates, but
only on one condition, his father said. I took
him to the Inland Surf Shop and 1 said I
want every piece of safety equipment you
have for skateboarding. And Ive always
seen him wear it. Hes one of the few
skateboarders that wears a full set of safety
gear. And hes only killed one tooth!
Rodney s father, who is also the family den dentist,
tist, dentist, exclaimed.
People wont get hurt if they take it slow
and wear pads and stuff when they start
out, he said. Wrist guards and kneepads
are real important and elbow pads and
helmets are needed, too, although you dont
land on your head that often.
Rodney, an agile owner of a karate brown
belt, recently slopped wearing a left-handed
wrist guard, so that he could use his hand to
flip his skateboard over during some of his
tricks. Consequently, during one spill, he
sprained his thumb.
The skateboarding industry is happv to
see that Rodney is wearing the safety equip equipment
ment equipment because it is regarded as a dangerous
sport, Ann Mullen said.
When Rodney gets older he still plans to
compete at least until he gets into college.
Now, his parents said, he can start taking
contest money. Until this year, he had trou trouble
ble trouble with his amateur status because he com competed
peted competed with the professionals. Skateboarding
parks became more hesitant to let him par participate
ticipate participate with other amateurs.

And Rodney wont lx* passing up the
money like he did in the past to retain his
amateur status. Peralta said R to earn SIO,OOO a year tops just for con contests
tests contests and about S7OO to $1,500 a contest,
Peralta said, depending upon the sponsor. At
the San Diego contest Rtxlnev passed up
SSOO.
But although Rtxlney receives free equip equipment
ment equipment a freestyle board probably costs
about $ 100 and is flown wherever lit* gx*s,
hes a professional now not so much for the
money, but lx*cause its tougher competi competition.
tion. competition.
Rfxlney, an A student, d compete, demonstrate or showoff skateboard
equipment, too. This 14-vear-old has put his
craftsmanship and mathematical talents to
work, designing a freestyle skateboard. The
board, to be put out by Powell Peralta, will
also have K The company hopes to have it on the market
this summer.
And although Rodney has come this far
with his skateboarding ability, his mother is
proud her son hasnt gotten a big head.
At one time he was in Fort Lauderdale
last summer, Ann Mullen said, and I was
talking to a mother there. Anyway, I was tell telling
ing telling her about R told her what else he had done lx*cause her
son had just started. And she said, But he
just acts like everybody else. She said, You
would never know that he had accomplished
all that he has.

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p.m. in the Const ans Theatre. Tickets are free to UF students
anti $3 for the general public.
Side by Side by Sondheim is the Gainesville Little
I heater production tonight through June 6. Showtime is 8
p.m. Wednesday through Saturday at the theatre. 4039 NW
16th Blvd. 1 ickets are $4 and are available at Wafdenbooks.
Revenge of the Space Pandas continues at the Hip Hippodrome,
podrome, Hippodrome, 25 SE Second Place, tonight through May 30 at
8:15 p.m. Tickets to'the David Mamet play are $4.50 Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, $6.50 Wednesday and Thursday, $7.50 Friday and
Saturday. $5.50 Sunday matinee and evening.
Vanities lhe Marion Actors I heatre in Ocala presents
this comedy at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and
2:15 p.m: Sunday, through May 30. Tickets are $3 adults,
$ 1.50 students. (I -629-4814)
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Rodney (above) watches an amateur
ride the bowl; (opposite page) Rodney
practices freestyle. His advice to
beginners: start off slow to get the feel
of the board and always wear safety
gear.

alligator, friday, may 22, 1981,

goings on

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Available June IS. s26Vmo Georgetown
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377-0572. 5-22-5-1
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240/mo w foil option close to campus, call
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pus, campus, pool, a/c 152.00 per mo. + 1/3
utilities 371-1646 Ron 522 5-1
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management broker, $225 mo 378-6663.
377- 5-22 5 1
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320/mo 371-1668. 5-22-5-1
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BIKE to VA A Shands, private, 1 BR, cour courtyard,
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Bedroom in 3-bedroom opt for sublease
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1 bdrm, unfurnished, kitchenette, o/c,
heating, garden. 5 min walk to Shands/UF.
sl9Vmnth, New available 373-7234 or
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For rent 4 BR 1 1/2 B house in nice NE
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Crutchfield, REALTOR 372-4237 5-26-5-1
Married couple: 1/2 of 4 BR hse $175 +
1/2 Avail Mid-June. No pets/kids. Carpet Carpeted,
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Brand New 2 BR 1 1/2 B quods for rent
beginning June Ist 325 per mo wooded lot
no pets coll Bobby w/ Cory A. Crutchfield,
REALTOR 372-4237 5-26-5-1
FURNITURE an entire household must go at
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area. 7 min bike to campus 373-2175.
Reduced rent June August furnished 1
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call 377-0548. 6-2-10-1
Sublet 1 bedroom at Villoge Apts, rqtball,
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mer summer qtr. call 371-1178. 6-2-10-1
Sublet 3 bdrm/2 bath unfurn. apt in In The
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215. SUMMER QTR!
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Now Rent for fall Remodeled 1 A 2
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SUMMER: Sublease 1 bedroom Village Pork
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CHEAP SUMMER APTS, with fall option,
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S2OO call Bob 392-4750 before 5 37V2367
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SUBLET large, clean I bedrm unfurn Univ.
Garden opt pool, rquetball. walk to UF June
20 Aug 15 ONLY $295 coll 372-0932
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is $325/mo./umt. Call Jay 372-6265.
Sublet June Aug. large unfurn. 1 BR apt.
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mo. 392-9296 or 392-9227 $25 rebate
Female roommate wanted! Immediate Oc Occupancy
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One bedroom, furnished, a/c, close to cam campus,
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37V7494. V27-V1
New townhouse duplex. 2 bdr. 1 1/2 bath,
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S3OO/month summer rote. 377-1562.
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Sublet June 1- August 15. Option to
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373- V 22-2-1
foil HAWAIIAN VILLAGE POOLSIDE apt for
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ovoil June 15, SIOO sllO 378-8558
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For Rent 1 BR Apt $l6O mo. 1532 1/2 NW 3
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Brandywine 2 lx 2 bth furn apt to sublet
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Rent negotiable. Avail. June, call 374-4539.
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1 bedroom furn. brown carpel Modern
woodblock counters ond walk in closets
Subletting summer quorter. Only $199 mo.
Apt. 3 yrs. old. Call 377-2969 after 6:30 bus
every half hour to compus. V 22-9-1
Attention Married Students: Apt. rent based
on your income in 1 -2-3-4 bedroom opts.
Under FHA 236 Program. Children
welcome. Villoge Green Apartments.
Phone 3789135. BVIBI
Special low summer rates! 2 bdr ond effi efficiency
ciency efficiency opts. Close to compus with pool for
summer. Coll University Apts. 376-8990.
Brand new apartments close to UF, Shands
ond Notionwide. Quality features. $275/mo
coll Key Realty of Alachua County Inc.
372- aft hrs./378-8496. V2BM-1
Close to UF and Butler Plazo Available Now
Quiet spacious 2 BR I bath quad control
air/heat curtains carpet washer/dryer hook
up $240/mo coll 3784668 5-22-7-1
Close to UF and Butler Plaza Available Now
Almost new spocious IBR 1 bath unit Cen Central
tral Central oir/hoat carpet nice kitchen drapes
$2! Vmo call 3784668 V 22-7-1
ROOMMATE
VEGETARIAN RMT. WANTED for Summer qtr.
Own. room in 3 bdrm. house avail. 615 No
cigs pis. $l2O/mo. + 1/3 utils. A/C W/D
Coll Molly at 3764113. V27-V2
male roommate wanted to share 2-
bedroom 2 bath Gotorwood apt furnished
130 per month + util. Pool tennis 5 min
from campus. 3782004. V 22-10-2
ONLY $200.00 for summer quarter.
Subleting master bedroom in Regency Oaks
Apts. Woterbed, Ceiling Fan, Furnished call
after 6pm 371-2) 50. V 22-82
Student needs same to shore 2 bdrm duplex
in NW sect. 5 min to campus unfur SIOO/mo
Ist last req. For more info call 375-8030.
You can't beat thisl lovely furn 2-bedroom
apt in Country Gardens need studious $
friendly indiv to share a bedroom. Have
pool 8 laundry. Only 5 min to UF. Begins
June 1. Just 97.50 + 1/4 util per mo.
377- V27-V2
$175.00 tor Furnished Bedroom. June IV
August 15 in Regency Oaks Apts. 1/3
utilities, pool, tennis, + sauna. Call after
6pm 371-2150 V 22-7-2
IN THE PINES! Female whole summer 240
with year option, own room turn or un unfurn.
furn. unfurn. Julie 37V2188. V22-V2
1 fern rmt wanted starting fall quarter pwn
room in 3 bdrm townhouse great location
great roomies! 371-1214. V22-V2
Summer 81 Need Quiet Rmmte non-smoker
for own room in 4/2 NW home w/ fall opt. 3
mi. to UF Ig. fenced yd. washer nice
neighbors $95 mth. + 1/4 util, coll
373- V22-V2
WOW! Sublet Luxury opt own room/bath in
2 bdr. clean, fairly studious, liberal M/F.
cost negotiable, fall op. Hindi 3789448.
IN-THE-PINES, own master bedroom, own
bath, Bwalk in closets, over looking pool,
washer dryer in apt, call Reneer 3782833.
AVAILABLE SUMMER: ~2 0f3
males, sublease own rooms, 4-bed, a/c apt
in the Village. Sommer quart only $195, call
375-0196 eve. V22-V2
FEMALE OVER 25? Own room starting SUAA SUAAAAER
AAER SUAAAAER and/or FALL $l3O/mo + util. No
smokers 372-0891, 392-0515. V22-V2
JUNE RENT FREE own rm. in 3 br./2 1/2 bath
townhouse 127 mo. +1 /3 util Pool, tennis,
washer/dryer 3782833 JOY. V22-V2
1 or 2 rmts needed Univ Gardens June rent
free 60.00 month 1/3 utls call 375-8346.
AAale 3 blocks UF $250 summer qtr includes
utilities. Kitchen washer dryer no pets
378- 3766652. Fall (Aug.) $135 lease
fipper division. 6V14-2
WE NEED one more good rmmt/own unfurn
bdrm in really nice Ig hs/otder-minded, no
smok prof/no dogs. SIOO. per 8 1/4.
lst/last/$75. dep. avail june. 37V1490.
female roommate, own room summer qtr.
summit house opts, fully equip! and furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. hove o cool and quiet summer. Julio
372-7223. V26V2
Female roommates needed for 2 bedroom,
2 both Hawaiian Village Apt. $225 for 3
months + 1/4 utilities, lourie or Vol
3787866. V26V2
Roommate wanted male own room 2 bdrm
I 1/2 both w/d a/c carpet furnished duplex
villa. Nicest place around 371-0704 8
3783107. V26V2

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IAAAAEDIAIE OCCUPANCY Own room in
spacious, modern house with cent, air, dish
8 clothes washers. Rent negotiable
373-3827 526 5 2
fall: female nonsmoker to share furnished 1
BR apt overlooking pool in Haw Vil
152.50/mo + 1/2 util. Jockie 37V3156 after
5. V 2682
INEXPENSIVE HOME
2 bdrms ovoqt3 bdrm NW home.
$230 for summer. 377-8610. V 2682
AAale roommate wanted summer qtr own
bdrm in furn 2 bdrm Regency Oaks Apts.
June Rent Free Call 378-0144 Keep trying.
V2BV2
Villoge Apts 2 Roommates needed for sum summer.
mer. summer. Own room, great facilities. $189.00 for
entire summer + 1/4 utilities. 3783888.
V2BV2
Available now one bedroom in 3 bedroom
House kitchen priveleges SIOO.OO mo + 1/4
util 50 00 deposit 3783827 V2BV2
OAK FOREST
Roommate for sum w/fall option. Own rm
ond bath in 2 bdrm 2 both luxurious apt.
Rent negotiable. Call Elissa 375-0386. Leave
message! V2BV2
Female Rmmts needed, own room in 4br
apt (The Village). Rent $102.50 + 1/4 util.
Tennis, pool. HBO etc. Starting June 13, Coll
3783395. V 2682
OWN ROOM. OWN BATH. BALCONY IN 2 BR
TOWNHOUSE FURN OR UNF. POOL TENNIS
RACQUETBALL RENT NEGOT. + 1/2 UTIL.
FEAAALE ONLY FOR 1/2 JUNE, JUL-AUG
37V4655 or 3769667 male needed for some
deal in 4 BR townhouse 100/mo or less.
3769667. 62-5-2
PETS OK 1 BR w/ 1/2 bath for Lib. rmmte
share 1/3 util, close to UF fenced yord
NICE ovoil. Jun 15 3781990 keep trying.
Roommate needed for summer or summer
8 fall. Located 4 blocks from campus. Three
bedroom house. S9O/month. Call 3782010.
Alan. V2Bl-2
Sublet room in NW house this summer close
to campus, all you pay is 1/2 July and
August. Option for Foil Call JP ot 375-6423.
V 22-1-2
female roommate for summer w/opt for fall
lease; June 1/2 price, SB6 July 3 BR 2 Bth In
The Pines, grad preferred, after 6 37V1473,
Karen. V29-V2
Room for rent in a 2 bedroom/both Toiler.
Located by 34th ond Archer Road. SIOO a
month. Must be a non-smoker, call Mike
373-6239 V 27-82
Female roommates. Aug 1 for four bedroom
townhouse 126 a mth plus 1/4 utilities.
Washer dryer 8 fireplace call Amy 374-8275
after 6 pm. V29-V2
Roommate for 2 bdr. furn apt for summer
own room start 5/1 slls + 1/3 util. Close
to UF 37V1923 after 6 pm or before 8 am.
V 284-2
OWN AASTR BR, own bath, in spacious nicely
furnished apt on sw 16th. To share w/ UD
nursing student. $l3O/mo. 376-6378.
V29-V2
Female roommate needed to share master
bedroom in Regency Oaks apt. Year lease
begins Aug. 23 for a year, Rent-105. Sheryl
3781364. 5 284 2
Female roommate wanted summer qtr. only
own room, dishwasher, disposal, pool pic piccodilly
codilly piccodilly opts. $155 per mo 3783886 after
8:00. V29-V2
Female rmmt wanted for
OWN ROOM
in 2 bdrm townhse. Only
92/month! June
rent free.
Pool laundry, close to UF. Call 37V1508
V29-V2
start FALL need n/smoking studious fern.
own room in 3 br. opt., pool, just off archer
8 34 st; $l3O -t- 1/3 util 371-0995 sue after 6
pm. V29-V2
own rm duplex SIOO 1/2 util. 50 security call
after 5:30 377-5874 NW 36 Ave. V 27-82
Non Smoking Female roomate needed own
room and bath in spocious fully furnished 2
bdrm 2 bth apt. only 130/month plus 1/2
low util. June rent free call 376-6224 after 5
or keep trying. V 27-82
1 FREE MONTH 3 bedroom 2 blocks
from campus I room open 120 -1- last -1- 50
deposit 3788512. V29-V2
FEAAALE needed for large room in nice NW
home. Avoil. NOW. private entrance,
wash/dry oc. 125/mo, 1/4 util. 371-1842.
V29-V2
I need o roommate. Own bedroom in 2 br. 2
bath Stoneridge Apt. coll 375-0869 nights or
3767581. days and ask for Tom. V29-V2
Own room in 3 bed/2 bath house w/pool,
washer/dryer, large fenced yard pets
welcome. $145 -I- 1/33760219. V29-V2
PRICE NEGOTIABLE! AAake me an offer I
can't refuse. 2 females needed for sum summer/fall
mer/fall summer/fall option to share master bdr in Bran Brandywine.
dywine. Brandywine. 1/3 utilities call 375-6244 Teresa
V 29



ROOMMATE
ROOMMATE WANTED own room in furnish furnished
ed furnished opt close to campus available June 15
with fall option SBS a month 1/3 utilities
coll Bob 392-4750 before 5/ 375-2367
eves/weekends. 5-26-5-2
OWN ROOM. OWN BATH. BALCONY IN 2 BR
TOWNHOUSE FURN OR UNf. POOL TENNIS
RACKETBAU 150/MO APPROX., + UTIL
6/20 -9/1 375-4655. 5-26-5-2
fe. roommate summer qtr./fall option, own
room in sum. house, Ig. yard, $175 for
whole summer qtr., $133 mo. fall qtr
377- 5-26-5-2
SUMMER! Fern, roommate wanted for own
room in clean furnished Village Apt
92.50/mth. Call Pgtty 378-4500. 5-26-5-2
Taking summer off vacation type living 4
bdr "A" frame all appliance washer dryer
on Lake Hampton $125 mnth use of boat call
375-3401. 5-26-4-2
Immed. Occup. for o dean responsible fern,
to share furn. apt. 2 blocks from U.F. 95/mo
+ 1/2 util. Call 373-1467 Anytime. 5-26-5-2
MALE RMT FOR 2 BR FURN APT. Pool, laun laundry,
dry, laundry, close to UF. June 15 end of Aug. SIBO.
Call Matt at 371-1533. 5-26-5-2
2 Roommates Wanted Summer Qtr w/ Fall
option 2 bdr/2 bath 2 blocks from campus,
poolside, 82.50/mnth B 1/4 util, at
378- 5-29-7-2
Univ. Gdns mature female nonsmoker
needed July 1 with fall option Bike to UF.
Own rm in 2 bed, 1 bth apt call 375-7605.
5-26-4-2
Female roommate wanted: Own bedroom
and bath, air-cond. no dep., no last month
rent, poolside, HBO 130.00 + 1/3 util. Sum
or Fall 3787759. 5-27-5-2
Ideal 3 br Use needs 2 rmts 2 bk SE/w lib
f/rent 109 mh 1/3 uts Must see 4 belief
Porch, Iv/dnms, yard, walk anywhere
Bryan 3-8349 Available 2nd wk June.
5-22-3-2
Roommate for summer own furn. room in 2
bdrm. apt. S9O/mo. June rent free 1824-1
NW 2nd Ave. Call Wendy or Jim 375-0505.
527-5-2
MOVE NOW into a 2 bedroom 2 bath apt in
NW area. S!6O/mon + 1/2 utilities. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished except for your bdrm. Call Jim
373-5402. 527-52
fall 'Bl 2 females to share mstrbrm in
beautiful part furn Windmeadows 117.50 p
mnth + 1/3 utls. On bus line, pool, call
after 5 372-5718. 52852
Female Roommate Needed: Fall Sem.
Deluxe 3 Bedroom Apt. in Windmeadows
Great Location 150$ + 1/3 utilities call
371-1190. 5284-2
FEMALE roommate needed to share 2 bdr frn
apt 1/2 cheap utilities close to shands and
VA. 120/mo call 371-2728 Jun 15. 527-52
Roommates to share 3 br apt summer qtr
master: 120. single: 115. Own
washer/dryer, pools, tennis, bike/bus
Move in Jn 15 3752345. 527-52
June Rent Free own bedroom in new
townhouse near U.F. $l5O + 1/2 utilities
cable t. v., air for info call 377-2877.
527-5-2
ONLY S7Q/mo. + 1/3 util. Fern, roommate
to share bdrm; furnished VILLAGE PARK
APTS Close to campus Call 3751923.
527-52
Think Ahead! One room in 3 bedr. apt. for
next yr. in In The Pines. Fern, preferred. Call
Cindy 377-3250 or Paige 371-1844. 527-52
Female starting June 15 own room in nice
house 5 blocks to UF. Must be liberal and
love animals 116 mo. + 1/3 util. 373-2925.
52852
SUMMER QTR. Own room in 3 bed. 2 bath
opt. Has tennis r-ball and sauna and it's on only
ly only $l5O for the qtr. Call Jeff at 373-9351.
52852
2 housemates needed for 4 bedroom 2 both
in NE. $91.25 per month. Move in mid-June.
Coll 372-0260. 52852
male or female needed to share mobile
home 1/2 mile from campus non-smoking
neat 110 a month + 1/2 utilities David
3751690 after 5 p.m. 527-5-2
Free rent for last half of June. Sublet bedr.
for sum. qtr. All you need is bedr. furniture.
Call Cindy at 377-3250. 527-52
grad stu to share semi-furn 2 br I bath
duplex 3 mi from campus 1/2 util +
slls/mo rent coll tim at day 3783378 night
3751076. 527-52
FALL 'Bl 2 females needed to share 4 bed 2
1/2 bath townhouse in Woodgate on bus
route, pool, sauna 115/mo + 150 dep
371-2296 Trish. 522-3-2
PRICE NEGOTIABLE! Make me an offer I
can't refuse. 2 females needed for sum sumtnar/fall
tnar/fall sumtnar/fall option to share master bdr in Bran Brandywine.
dywine. Brandywine. 1/3 utilities call 375-6244. Teresa
529-52
FRET ROOM
*Wt key 100/mo for summer option to
tnew in fall. Fum. awn roam call Jim after'
P
2 females to share
dywine storting Fall. Nice furniture
$ 130/month + 1/3 utilities. Coll 375-6244
Teresa. 529-52
REGENCY OAKS own room in 3-bedroom
fully furnished apt $l2O/mo. + 1/3 u t.l
summer quarter call 374-4114. 529-52
Master bdrm $ bath of 3 bdrm api
SIOO/month available June Regency Oaks
Apartments call 371-1157 527-52
Stoneridge luxury townhouse for June 15.
Furnished with disposal/washer, sauna,
tennis, gym etc. roommates coll also
3752865. 522-3-2
female roommate wanted now own room
in 3 bdrm twnhse $135 00 + 1/3 util Coll
377- Oak Forest. 527-52
GREAT DEAII S2OO entire Summer Quarter.
Master Bd w/bath 1/3 util. Pinetree
Gardens Apt Coll 374-4014 and make a
deoil! 522-3-2
female for Ig. room in tpocious townhouse.
Own bath $ balcony. Pool tennis i 88
courts. S2OO for entire summer qt. Call
378- 522 3-2
Sublease 2 Bdrm. Gotorwood opt lease
June 1 thru Dec 300 per mo. and 300 securi security
ty security dep. call Bob or Mike at 3787537 (un (unfurn).
furn). (unfurn). 527-52
In the Pines available June 1 own room in
three bedroom 135 mo plus 1/3 utilities for
summer 8 Fall call 3786621. 527-52
Roommate wanted for Gatortown apis. SB2
a month + 1/3 utilities. Rest of June rent
free. Call 375-4823 5-22-3-2
BRANDYWINE APT
I Rmmte for Summer, Fall option. $lO7/mo
furn. 3782830 ask Larry. 522-3-2
Female. Share room 2 bd 2 bath Bran Brandywine.
dywine. Brandywine. Summer/fall option S2OO entire
summer. Will negoc. 371-1946. Must not be
too wildl 52852
Mole Roommate, Needed own room in 2
br. apt VILLAGE PARK close to campus
$127.50/mo + 1/2 util. + SSO sec coll
3787545. 5-283-2
Own room in large 3 br apt convenient to
shopping and campus for summer with op option
tion option for Fall 116 mo + 1/3. 376-6586.
52852
Clean, nonsmoker female wanted to share
master through August. Call 377-3299
527-4-2
FOR FALL: 1 Fm to share room in Landmark
Apt. dishwasher, air, 2 bedrm, I 1/2 bath,
pool, part furn only $76 -t- 1/4 util call
Michelle 371-2805. 52852
male roommate for summer and/or next
year $87.00 + 1/3 util, june free call Mark,
Jay, or Jeff 371-0989 sw Villas 5283-2
JUNE RENT FREE! female roomate, own
room in furn 2 br sw area apt. SMOKERS
WELCOME 373-7944 52852
Roommate wanted for own room in 3 bdrm
house in N.E. $125 + 1/3 utilities. Prefer
female non-smoker. 372-5480. 5-2852
Need 2 to share spacious 4 bdrm 2 1/2 bath
townhouse for summer opt fall, tennis,
rocketball, swimming pool, SIOO/mo |une
free Gardens call 372 7187 eves. 5285-2
92 month + 1/4 util I to 3 rmmts needed
summer only own bedrm in Village apt pool
r-ball and tennis cts call 371-0568 Linda.
Non-smoker to share 3 br home with grod
student. Own room + part of 3rd br.
SIOO/mo + 1/2 15 min. to UF. Wosh, dry
372-0914. 84-10-2
Female to share 3 bdrm huge trailer in
Windmeadows. Pool tennis sauna. Close to
campus S9B + 1/3 utilities Sue 378-6978.
527-4-2
Roommate needed. Own room in semi
furnished duplex. $75/mo + 1/2 utilities.
Call Lori 371-2519. 528-52
OAK FOREST/APTS. Foil option immediate
occupancy May June free, own bedroom
and b'-th coll John 371-0832 or 3781579
FOR SALE
21 in Takora 10 speed bicycle like new with
extras must be seen call Eddie at 378-2244
afternoons or late night. 522-3-4
Puch Men's 25" light weight excellent like
new condition ridden less than 20 mis
Citadel lock included $195.00 378-7145
522-2-4
Morantz Stereophonic receiver Model 2015
30 w/chonnel $l4O negotiable call Ken at
392-9903. 527-4-4
GREAT BUY bdr furn. $l5O double bed with
frame t bookcose heodboord, mghttoble,
chest of drawers great condition 374-4268.
526-3-4
1972 Chevy Nova 8 cyT, 2 dr. S7OO. camel
colored rug S3O. Table cloth, drapes and
rods $7 for all. Coll 377-6054 keep trying.
57854
Graduating! 11 Most tell single beddl ke
new-$45 Dresser in good condition S4O.
Call 3751508. Must seed 527-4-4
Black and white sleeper sofa, full size bed
excellent condition, $125. Call weekdays
377-3477 52854

Panasonic Modeg SE 5808 stereo Built m
turntable, Slrock recorder and am/fm
radio Includes 2 Thruster speakers. Perfect
for dorm or apt $125 phone 372-8946
527-3-4
Stereo Receiver STA 84 Optimus 25 Watt
Superb Condition SIOO or best offer
454-1365 evenings. 529-5-4
NEARLY NEW sofa for sole folds out to
sleep two people Orange, brown and
beige plaid. Call 374-4300 524-2-4
CANON ZOOMS LENS 80-200 mm F 4
Canon s finest! Breech lock mount list price
over $600! Brand new! Will sell for S4OO
with case and original receipt Coll Dove ot
372-9071 5-2854
Collectibles and household items Fri. Sot.
9:30 2:30. Baird Hardwore 601 S. Atom St..
old frames, prints, furniture, children's
items. Glass shower doors, hot water heater
curtains spreads. 522-2-4
Corner Coach Group w/ storage tpoce.
Very good condition. SIOO/or best LISA
3781411 ext. 241. 3757954. 522-2-4
Raleigh 14 speed, tonge double-butted. 23
11" frame, oil olloy parts, suntour equipped
$300371-1103. 5283-4
Dorm loft for sole $75.00 call 3784602 after
5 pm. 522-5-4
OWN YOUR OWN HOAAE '75 12 x 60 2 88
AC. New carpel, bike or bus to UF. priced to
sell before June $5695. 3753058. 522-54
Bedrm furn Et quality dresser with mirror,
night stand Et desk buy os set Best offer Coll
Dave After 6 pm 371-0012 serious inquiries
522-4-4
Genuine Military Surplus Fatigues $4 up
eld jkts $26 camo $5 up Camping Supplies
Outside Waldo Flea AAkt Sat Sun. 52854
FALCON
SALVAGE
Backpacks, campgear,
clothes, knives,
Ammocans, 2 1/2 miles
north of Bell of Hwy. 129.
522-3-4
Full size mattress $ box spring. Good condi condition.
tion. condition. S6O or best offer. Call Maria 9-5
392-0223. 5-284-4
COUCHES $lO, box springs $5 EZ chairs $5
tables $7 DESK S2O NINAS, 818 W Univ
Ave. 377-6700 WE BUY FURNITURE 85384
COLOR VIDEO SWITCHER
$2500 or Trade 10% finders fee
Call Bryce Welch 373-GOLD
THE professional technician
Get rid of the sounds of silence or irritating
AM radio with a visit to Car Stereo.
Specialists at 2201 N.W. 13th St. Open 10-7
M-F. 10-5 Sat. 372 2070 8549-4
Good Used Furniture. Beds, Desks, Chests,
Sofas, Dinette Sets & more best prices in
town Browse Shoppe. 513 nw 8 ave.
82-34-4
AUTOS
74 Plymouth Satellite Sebring new tires,
new battery, air, good condition, must sell,
call 3759432, keep trying, S9OO. 5285-5
'73 FIAT 124 sport coupe, 5 speed, om/fm,
AC, good gas mlg. runs excellent, good
condition. SIOOO. 371-0807 keep try.ng.
527-55
71 Mustang AAoch I am-fm stereo 8 trk
custom int.. air cond SISOO 392 9899
527-55
'6B 912 Porsche newly rebuit engine gets
approx 30 mpg 5 speed asking $4900 con
be seen 903 W. Univer Av weekdays
1 4882454. 527-55
73 plymth wgn: SCRATCH and DENT SPECIAL
- runs gd. fne for Icl trnspo. S2OO or bst offer
call gregg 375-6432 pis leave msg.
527-55
* * WELL AAAINTAINED 74 FURY *
one-owner -7 years -a steal at $795
- call now 3757137 527-5-5
VW 72 good condition Needs to be sold
Call 392-7469 aft Adriana. 5-22 3 5
71 CAAAARO 350 V 8 2 bbl p/s p/b 84,000
miles am/fm/cossette runs well $950
negotiable call Gory at 3789408 522-3-5
72 Pontiac Lemons luxury 2 dr. o/c, p/b,
p/b melolfolke cherry point black vinyl top
low mileage mony extras ex cond.
378-0001 5285-5
fl I
| for the student, artist,
and hobbyist.
CROUCHER'S
3421 W. Univ. Ave.
Westgate Regency
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COUCHES $lO. box springs $5 EZ chairs $5
obles $7 DESK S2O NINA'S, 818 W Univ
Ave 377-6700 WE BUY FURNITURE 6 5384
HONOA Guaranteed lowest prices in town
Factory trained. 1 day service FREE RIDES
TO CAMPUS, Jim Cox Honda Cor Svc
372-2232 52830-5
68 Firebird 350, good condition, reliable,
nice body |ust inspected $1234.56 after
4:30. Oak Forest M-223 5-285-5
1967 Beetle $650 or trade for 350 or larger
motorcycle. Also ports to fit 6B '72 Beetle,
fenders, doors, glass, etc Call: 373-4040
after 6 P M. 5285-5
70 Dotsun Wagon clean $ dependable
SI4OO. *7l VW Wagon rebuilt engine SI2OO.
'66 Buick Special S2OO. McDonald's Rent a
Boy 111 SW 1 St. 529-55
77 Chevy Spyder (monza) 305 V 8 Spyder
equip. $ appearance pkg. 4 speed PS
am/fm + more ex cond $3200 negotiable
Coll 3750654 529-55
1968 Rally Sport Comoro, high performance
engine, 4-speed, excellent condition,
om/fm Btrack S2OOO firm Mike 392-8132.
5-29-55
Harley Davidson or British bike 650 cc up upwards
wards upwards wanted by English postgrad. Up to
S2OOO available. Ring Tom, 392-0571,9:00
6:00, 5282-5
SERVICES
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Spiral binding Xerox Copies-Editing
1219 W. University Ave. 3789353
(One Block from Campus)
8549-6
Professional TYPING recorded on mag cards
for updating without retyping. Grad School
approved. Katherine 3783768. 8549-6.
HORSES Come ride at Sleepy Hollow Horse
Form, Instruction (hunt seat + dressage)
beautiful trails, finest boarding facilities.
Leasing + rentals 375-8080. 8549-6
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8546-6
MSUMBS. COVER LITTERS, computerized
typesetting $ typing. Books Newsletters,
papers, layout $ editing. Several typists
give next day service on most items.
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We Buy. Sell, t Repair all types of used
bicycles. All work guaranteed. Recycled
Bicycles 805 W Univ. Ave. 372-4890.
8545-6
Horse lovers belong at Melton Stables.
Close to campus with the best prices,
longest trails, largest stalls and now full
care Svc. Call Sally or Dave 3786465.
85-49-6
Dissertations Theses: best equip
(disk), product. price Guaranteed.
MicroPnnt Services 3784330/373-9950.
85-35-6
SCUBA classes begin Wed May 13, Tues
May 26, Mon June 8 or Wed June 24 Eorn
you International cert 5 week course, 1
night a wk
ATTENTION CERTIFIED DIVERS Stop by and
ask us about our San Salvador dive
package. ALLEN S AQUATIC & TRAIL CENTER
at Univ & 34th St 373 9233 85-28-6
Your one slop shop for complete catering
service & party supplies for all Anne's Af Affairs
fairs Affairs 718 W Umv Ave 372-5844. 85-286
STEREOS FIXED CHEAPLY
By a professional technician
Bryce Welch by apmt 373-GOLD
life without tunes can be a drag
Typing All Kinds, Fast Accuorate Approved
by the Graduate School. If interested call
Dionne ot 392-2870 or Lillie ot 472-2197
(Cash only) 85-18-6
Piano Lessons Private individualized instruc instruction
tion instruction with experienced teacher $4 per lesson
9 AM 2 PM $5 after 2 PM Coll Eve 375-1343.

- A..,.,.
0010 INSIDE the oaks mali%
$1.75 DAILY TWI-UTE SHOW $3.00 ADULT ADMISSION
LNMTEO TO SEATMG WITH AMC CAW $2.50
H SPECIAL EN6A6EMEMTS EXCLUPED EVEMMSS, SUNOAYS HOUOAYS
~ I JOHN WILL NEVER Robert Hays
lf 's | SHiSH KEBAB
S|gl Q&St, Jfo
U STUEyranaLLliE Tluyremen Some would call
A 4 turned inside out! it seduction. .
nIQrIT n B Roman Polanski's
BIT Rs SCREAMERS! Jess

TYPING- Fast and accurate Reasonubu Reasonuburates
rates Reasonuburates Expert proofreading Editing
available Susan 376-0839 or Rita 3751486
85-13-6
Professional Typing. Fast service,
reasonable rates Excellence guaranteed
Call Lois. 377-0528 8513-6
You've finished your paper now comes
Hogtown time! Hogtown Typing Service
375-8333 5-29-8-6
Typing, IBM Self correcting, very near UF
reasonable rates, will do a good job for
you. Trish 3752820 10am 10 pm. 5-285-6
Floral arrangements prepared in your home
for all occasions. No party 100 small. Large
affairs need 2 weeks notice satisfaction
guaranteed. Call Alice 463-2918 keep try trying.
ing. trying. 8514-6
IT'S MIND BOGGLING Questions about
semester changes? coll student services hot
line 392-1264 (lues, wed. thur 2:30 4:30,
May 19-29) 527-4-6
* * MARGE-372-7865 IBM Typist *
Spelling, grammar ckd; resumes letters,
theies, term papers
* * Nr Gville Moll-NW 17th ST. *
The Honor Council of U of F a test
file in 2 locations Sunday Wednesday
Rawlings lobby 7:30 9:30 pm Tolbert area
Council 4:30 6:30 pm ID required to check
out tests ad sponsored by CLASSC.
8510-6
Jim Slorzinski
NOTARY PUBLIC
392-2440
The Honor Council of U of
F sponsors a test file in 2
locations Sunday
Wednesday Rawlings lob lobby
by lobby 7:30 pm 9:30 pm
Tolbert Area Council 4:30
- 6:30 pm ID required to
check out tests ad spon sponsored
sored sponsored by CLASSC. 6.5.10*
WANTED
377-2344 for TOP Market CASH on Silver and
Gold items of all kinds. Yesl We buy class
rings of all types + sizes. 377-2344.
CASH for gold, sterling, diamonds, tewelry.
class rings, coins, dental gold. Will visit
your home 3785235 Mr. Rittman. 6-5-24-7
CASH
or Trode for Gold, Silver. Old Jewelry,
Gems, Closs Rings, Denial Gold OZZIE
373-9243 8519-7
LIFE Guard for the summer Free to live out of
town on premises. No alcohol or pets
utilities furnished Ph 376-3012 6-5-13-7
WANTED: Apartment size refrigerotor max maximum
imum maximum of 56 high and 24" wide Please call
Wynn at 392 7264 522 3 7

4 Ml IN*
SPACIOUS 1 JESSr
On Sito:
2 Pools 2 Racquetball Courts
1 Acre Pond 4 Laundry Facilities
acros and acros of landscaping
Now Accepting Applications for
Summer and Fall Rentals
709 S.W. 16th Ave. 376-6720

alligator, friday, may 22, 1981,

Wanted to buy aVW Von. Must be m good
condition 1970 or newer Under $2,000.
Coll 371 2389 528 5 7
HELP WANTED
Attn: Ex-Amwoy. Shaklee distributors.
Former Amwoy Diamond Direct has started
more profitable business, call 373-9847
eves. 8532-8
EARN EXTRA MONEY 2-3 hours a week in
your SPARE TIME. Earn $lO twice a week.
Donate Pknmo. GAINESVILLE PLASMA
CORP (Since 1969) 516 W Univ. Ave
378-9431. Call for appointment. THIS AD
WORTH $5 EXTRA. For new donors only
SPECIAL 4th of JULY BONUS ON EVERY 6th
donation until July 4th you will be paid an
extra SIO.OO as a BONUSI 8525-8
Synagogue religious school seeks qualified
teachers far 81-82 call 3781508. 8524-8
BROADCAST
MAJORS
We are still accepting applications far
voluntary positions for an innovative, new
television program. Here's your chance ho
gain valuable experience both behind and
on-camera. Apply by mailing a resume and
photo to Two-Head Video Productions 2440
NW 54th Blvd. Goinesvill. FI 32601. Some
newscast experience preferred. No phone
calls, please. 8517-8
Call Theatre for
Show times &
Ticket Prices
Excallbur (R)
Richard Pryor in
"BustinLoo" (R)
Alan Alda A Carol Burnett
in
"Four Seasons
"The Legend of
Th Lon Ranger (PG)
Midnight Connection
Fri. & Sat. at 12:00
All Seats $2.00
Rocky Horror Picturo Show
Fame (R)
Kentucky Fried
Msm
Tho Warriors (R)

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HELP WANTED
PUBLIC
RELATIONS
MAJORS
Wo ore accepting applications for the
voluntary position of Promotion Manager of
Ths Alligator No pay. but it's a great way to
learn newspaper promotion Work directly
for the general monoger. About 15 20 hrs
per wk. Must be able to write, type, know
something about graphics. Most important
No pnma donnas! If you are willing to work
and occept direction, you wtH leorn a lot
and get good samples. Start summer or foil
Apply by picking up on application of the
Alligator Classified Advertising window and
return by June 5 No phone calls, please
Port-time drivers. Must have own car 8 opp
ly m person 1718 W Umv Ave 5-27 5 8
Summer cook. 7 weeks, 22 Jun 8 Aug.
lunch and dinner for 50. M Sot weekly
salary and benefits call CIO Steve 372 9319
leave messoge 5-27-s*B
SUMMER JOBS FOR TYPISTS AND
SECRETARIES. Temporary jobs for several
days, weeks, months No fee or contract
Get paid every Friday of week you work
Coll Now! 1902 W Kennedy. Tampa
251-1853 8800 49th St N. Pinellas Pk
544-8851 1215 N Mills Orlondo. 896 2661

SMAM-LM totfitmwm street
IT'S BACK!
For-ONE MIDNIGHT SHOW |
night to see one show. Save ticket a
> cashier the following Saturday
admission to our other show.
ISTARTS TODAY|
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K£iM|4ttpiA|Mrrwllito Spoclal Mon.-Frl. All Seats lI.M Opening til 6:mR
XJ |WM 1V I W Forty ll.d Spoclal Sunday A Holidays All Seats SI.JO R
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CLOSED FOR TWINNING
re-open on may 29

Bookkeeper, runner, rent collector real
estate office, some occounts experience
necessary, 20-25 hrs wk start May 27. 50
wks- yr, must have 2 yrs left at university,
close family ties, own car. cannot weor tee
shirt nor leans for work, health insurance
ovoilable, near campus, coll 373 2505 for
interview opt 5-28-10-8
For those of you who suspect there must be
something more than just having a 10b, call
Peace Corps 392 1725 522 5-8
********
SOFTBAIL PLAYERS Good hitters, fielders,
team players for league & tourney play call
377-7231 or 376-2160 after 6 p m 522 5 8
art, art ed etc., part or full time summer
|Ob courses in drawing or lettering desired
S 3 50 o stgrt reply box 286 G'ville 326Q1
PERSONAL
808
Youre a two time gerbil killer
What's your preference??? Stop by the Lear
nmg Skills Center and take the Myers
Briggs Type Indicator It identifies 16 types
each with its own strengths to build ond pit
falls to avoid Call 5 22 1 9
TEACH IN VERO BEACH Write P O Box 2648
Vero Beach, FL for application or call
305 567 7165 6-15-9
Amy I see the twinkle of you eyes reflected
off the stars 5-22-1 -9

BILL This past year has been the greatest"
Let's moke the most of our lost two qt's
together! Mucho love, the St Bernard
5-22 1 9
Rusty, Don't let #23 get you down You are
not the oldest college kid Something you
will groduate Maybe at #24 or #25 But
whenever you dp, I will always be with you
and I will always lo''e you how do you think
we've lasted th*s long? mmm. 5 22 I 9
Singles Catalog Only G'ville area listings
Meet someone new (maybe someone
special) SI per copy po box 430 Gville
32602 522 1 9
Christian Worship & Fellowship
at First Lutheran Church
1801 NW sth Ave
Sunday School and Bible Closses
9 450 m Worship 8 308 11am
Luncheon for students follows lote
Worship 5 22 1 9
Female vocalist looking for exp band to
perform with call Sherry 37! 2381 529 5 9
DEBORAH.^,,,
ed your article in 5' 18 Gator I'm good loot
ing, unphony ond would like to meet you
Please Coll me, Rob 371 2643 5 26-2 9
STUDENTS SUMMER STORAGE $8 00 PER
MONTH AAA EXECUTIVE STORAGE
377 1771 6 5 239
Yout one slop shop lor complete catering
service A party supplies for oil Anne's At
fairs 718 W University Ave 372-5844
PETITION FOR GAY
RIGHTS
will be circulated on Plaza pf Americas and
throughout Gainesville Mon-Fri for more in
so 378-8512 Please support our civil rights
SIGN IT!
IN THE PINES sublet summer qtr master
br/own bath S2OO & smaller br $165 in 3 bt
apt fully furn. w/d pool tennis cts + 1/3
ulil. ea 373-5207 after 5:00 pm. 5-21-4-9
Volunteer subjects needed for perceptual
research. White males, females, oges
20 30, 40-50, 60-70. Coll Valerie 392-2046
PERSIAN RECIPES. 30 unique, traditional
recipes $3.75. Perison spices available.
Nameki Associates PO Bor 2051, Lawrence.
KS, 66045 5-22-5-9
COSTUME PARTY? 40's 50's 60's Rent on
Original!) Play It Again... upstairs
Renaissance Fair. 6-5-14-9
HYPNOSIS
For: scholastic improvement weight loss (Dr.
referral) smoking, sports elc. licensed pro professional
fessional professional hypnotist Mark Wise B.Apmts
376-3545 6-5-14-9
Big shipment due in from California first of
June. Play It Again... 1636 N. University
Ave 6-5-14-9
LET'S MAKE A DEAL! WINDMEADOWS lux
urious Apt 2 BR/2 Bt for summer with fall
option, call 372-2629. 6-1-10-9
< Davrah 3rd yr speech palhol met at Hillel
call Mark 375-2080 keep trying. 5-21-3-9
Need one or more women or a couple as
traveling companions to Europe. Leaving
June 27, return August 9 Can stay together
or split up once in Europe Call 392-7537
Female roommate wonted at Landmark
apartment, S.W. 16th avenue. Available
anytime now. Rent is SBS and 1/3 utility
call Susan (375-8628 ) 5-27 5-9
To my embraceable Jew you've shown me
there's more to life than Pink Flamingos.
Could this be the magic ol lost? SB 5-22-3-9
Need money and have good grades?
CLASSC IS sponsoring its Annual Scholarship
Competition. All LS upper division ond
groduate students eligible Scholarships
awarded in humanities, science, graduate
and foreign studies. Foreign studies info
available in Language Dept ASB. All other
info in Dean's Office GPA. Application
deadline May 22nd. 5-22-3-9
Hoy-lean, Tras-buds, Beaner, Map. + Kol,
here's to a LOVE quarter and lots more to
come LOVE YOU, KAR BARE (Alias
MORGIE). 5-22-2-9
20% off all running
dothS W ith mention of this ad. Bob's
Sporting Goods. 3100 S.W. 34th St., across
from Branded Pocket open 9-6 pm call 37-
SPORT valud thru 5/23/81. 5-22-2-9
The Honor Council of U of F sponsors a test
file in 2 locations. Sunday Wednesday
Rawlings lobby 7:30 9:30 pm Tolbert area
council 4:30 pm 6:30 pm ID required to
check out tests ad sponsored by CLASSC
JR + SRPSYCH MAJORS
conduct research for ocodemtc credit foil
sem #372 4792; 23-30. 5 29-5-9
Businessman, 42, witty, amiobtt, sks lody
w/similar qualities for dinners, conversa conversation,
tion, conversation, friendship Roy PO Box 710 Melrose
32666. 5 28 5 9
Female nonsmoker, needed to shore 2
bdrrn apt for summer Own room, furn.
$117'50 t 1/2 util close to campus
378 6259 5 28 5 9
* STUDENT DENTAL PLAN *
$35/yr no charge exam, x-rays 8 clean cleanings.
ings. cleanings. Reduced prices on oil other work.
373 3381 for free info. 6-5-44-9

"Libertarion is hot deliveronce'
Charles E Wilbour
(think think, think)
Fabtono hiking boots 7 1/2 M worn once
S6O cash FREE wool socks call after 5.00
374 8691 Regular price $125 00 5-28-5-9
The Honor Council of U of
F sponsors a test file in 2
locations Sunday
Wednesday Rawlings lob lobby
by lobby 7:30 9:30 pm Tolbert
Area Council 4:30 6:30
pm ID required to check
out tests ad sponsored by
CLASSC. 6.5.10-6
To my favorite Miracle Happy birthdoy and
welcome to the ala mode club love alwoys
ihe alo mode queen!!! 5 26-2-9
Shalom
For on inspirational message
dial 378-3359
WEDDING INVITATIONS one week delivery
Hundreds of Styles. Cliff Holt Printing 1103
N Mom St 376 9951 6-5-42-9
Having a party? Need a DJ? We play music
to beat the band Kustom Sounds Music &
Light Show Low rates coll 377-4283.
HAVE YOU
CONSIDERED A CAREER IN
MEDICINE?
the CARDIOPULMONARY
TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM at
Santa Fe Community College
invites you to visit us. Graduates of our pro program
gram program receive storting solaries from SII,OOO
- 17,000. We accept closses in Sept, and
Jon For more information contact Doug
Smith, Program Coodinator at 375-4200 ext.
290 or 29; 6-5-409
SAVE on RAYBANS
University Opticians
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
FREE PREGNANCY TEST FREE COUNSEL COUNSELING
ING COUNSELING ALSO AVAILABLE call BIRTHRIGHT
377-4947 6-5 49 9
$$ for records. We buy, sell + trade records
at TOM'S USED GROOVES 1642 W. Univ.
Ave. (above Super Skates) 376-1472.
Unwanted Hair Removed Forever 30 years
exp Edmund Dwyer R.E. facial hair removal
Rhode Farina R.E. body hair Bikini-Line hair
gone forever We're at 4040 Newberry Rd.
Suite 1350 Gainesville pb. 372-8039.
CARPET room size Rieces. The place in
town to buy carpet remnant at the best
prices in Stringfellow supply 1015 S. Mom
376-7511 6-5 49-9
Horse Lovers belong al Melton Stables,
close to campus with the best prices,
longest trails, largest stalls and now full'
care svc. Coll Solly or Dave 378-6465

/as Gainesville's only Jazz club
Free Champagne For The Ladies
Every Tuesday Night 9-11 pm
Monday nights featuring AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
Jazz Pianist Frank Sullivan Appearing Tuesday thru Saturday
Friday Happy Hoar
#£4?- Maturing
'+* e \ Th
f| s Rog H rrlng Tr io
*'* pm
* /?&_-' 208 W. University Ave.
I Ifc/' 372-6475

Sea Level Scuba
IPl£l§P>lilsSsT*
I Sale and Service iusti action '*' [
I Watch for our Grand Opening I

Canoe the exciting and nearby Suwunr.ee
River this Spring with Conoe River Guide
"Suwannee Country" (64 pp mile by mile
lor mot, man, photos) $4 50 from Council
Co P O 80, 5822 Sorasoio, FI 33579
PASSPORT |ob application resume photos
* e READY IN 60 Seconds *
Media Image Photogrophy 505 S Mom Si
375 1911 6-5-46 9
RIDES
going to son fron ca leaving any time after
June 13 not returning call l*so at 371-1572
for more mfo split cost btwn riders.
Driving to Louisiana on June 12 if anyone
needs a nde call 375-2423 5-29-5-10
Going to Midwest? I need someone to
transport some boxes of clothes to Chicogo
early June will share cost Arme 375-8609
during evenings 5-28-4 10
LOST&FOUND
FOUND 11 keys on plain metal ring. Found
m infirmary parking lot Thurs 5/1. Call
Mory, 392-7748 5-22 5-11

STUDENTS HALF-PRICE I
... with current I.D. at door ONLY I
10 min. prior to every show. |
TONIGHT & SAT. at B:ls P m-
Sunday at 2 & 7:3 0 pm! All Seats 55-5 O
Cox's presents a Science Fiction
Musical Comedy by David Mamet
r tJzLzco Clock
HIPPODROME
Bo\ Office: Noon-6: SO pm,, Tues.-S.its7S HIPP

FOUND: Black & While puppy. 6-7 months
old Mutt/pitbuH cross. Found in front of
Hume Hall 392 8573 5-27-5-11
FOUND GOLD necklace Moy Blh al little
Hall 392 7055 to identify. 5-27-5-11
FOUND: expensive bracelet near Florida
Pool. Come to G 199 McCarty to identify
before claiming. 5-27-5-f I
LOST Codie's gold watch lost in or around
dub's thursdOy 5/14 night. Has great sen sentimental
timental sentimental value. Reward call Julie 392-9283.
5-28-5-11
Beautiful crossbreed husky puppy, female,
approx. 1 yr. old. Found Sot. on Hull Rd.
while feel white tip on tail; no name tag,
call 371-2301 5-28-5-11
lost: gold heart necklace with two
diamonds lost around Broward pool.
Reward! Has sentimental value. If found
Renee 392 7652 5-29-5-11
V
Starving: lost black leather wallet in
Richenbacher's 5/19 many voulables if
found coll Hugh 372-9866 5-26-3-11



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happening
By Elton Flanagan
Alligator Writer
Junior Loagua of Galnosvillo: is having its annual
Storewide Bag Sale today through Thursday May 29 at the
Thrift Shop, 12 SW Second St. The shop is open Monday
through Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Amigo* and La Mosa: will have a free pre-concert
happy hour and fiesta tonight at 6:30 at 3423 NW First
Court.
Stammtisch: the UF German Club meets tonight at the
Rathskeller for beer and conversation.
Block Dontal Studonts: will have a Happy Hour tonight
at 6:30 at the Regency Oaks Clubhouse. 3230 SW Archer Rd.

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*3 00 ched o- money orde> ' Anneuser Buscr, Inc Dept 40 2800 South N.nth S.
Louis M 0 63118 AMow 4 6 eet,s Otie. e.p..es December 31 1981 _M

Admission is $ 1 until 9:30 Thereafter admission $1.50.
"Tho Path of Asconsion": this free lecture will take
place at 7 at 1624 NW Fifth Ave. The presentation will be
given by Elizabeth Clare Prophet.
UF Llbrortos: will be open Sunday 10 am.to 11 p.m. All
UF classes are canceled for Memorial Day Monday.
UF Folk Donco Club: meets tonight at 8 in Norman Hall
Gym for folk dancing, teaching, practice, and requests.
There is no admission charge.
UF Cycling Club: meets Saturday and Sunday at 9 a.m. at
the Reitz Union bike racks for a club ride.
Swntond Bun: the third annual run will take place on
Saturday starting at 7:30 with registration at the Recreation
Center. The run itself begins at 9 a.m. Proceeds will be given
to Sunland patients. Entry fee is $5 pre-registration, $6 race
day and $4.50 for the fun-run.
Gainosvllto Commlttao Against tho Draft: will meet
at Library West parking lot on Saturday at 8 a.m.
Maranotha Christian Cantor: presents John Baker to
speak on the Power of Prayer Sunday morning 10:30 at
the center. 401 SW 13th St.

olligotor, fridoy, may 22, 1981,

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> t alligator, friday, moy 22, 1981

Gators manage only 5 hits in a 5-1 loss to FSU. .

By Martin Cohan
Alligator Sports Editor

CORAL GABLES The Florida State and
IT baseball teams have been following a
pattern this season. When the two teams
have met, the Seminoles won the odd oddnumlx'red
numlx'red oddnumlx'red games, while the Gators took the
even ones in the four games the two schools
have played.
!n Thursday's opening game of the NCAA
South Regional at Mark Light Stadium, it
was Florida States turn and the Seminoles
lollowed suit by downing the* Gators 5 to 1
behind a nifty five-hitter by Rick Hatcher
and some timely hitting by Mark Lacv and
Jeff Ledbetter.
We just didn't swing the bats today, said
UF coach Jay Bergman. A couple of balls
were hit hard and were caught that was
the ballgame.
The Seminoles were in control throughout
as UF starter Larry Mikesell (10-and-3) got
olt to his usual slow start. Mikesell got
himself into trouble in the lirst inning by
walking lead-off batter Lionel Martinez and
the next hitter Don DeLoach.
Mike Fuentes. tlx* NCAA single-season
homerun king, lotted a wind-blown flv ball
to center field on which both runners tagged
up. Ledbetter then hit a sacrifice fly to right
center, scoring Martinez with the first run of
the game.
The lirst inning we got guys on base and
hit the fly balls to score them, Fuentessaid.
We just took advantage of our op opportunities.
portunities. opportunities.
Alter UF went down quietly in the first in inning,
ning, inning, Seminole designated hitter Lacy look a

. .as Hatcher and Lacy lead 'Notes to revenge party

By Martin Cohan
Alligator Sports Editor

CORAL GABLES The year was 1979,
and UF had just closed out a successful 38-18
campaign, finishing runnerup to Mississippi
State in the Southeastern Conference.
But Ix'fore Jay Bergman and company
could hang up their spikes anti pack the
equipment away for the summer, UF receiv receiv'lt's
'lt's receiv'lt's good to beat Florida anytime.
They're a solid ball club'
ed some gcxxl news.
The NCAA rewarded the Gators with an
at-large bid to play in the Eastern Kegionals
in Tallahassee.
When the pairings came out, the Gators
opened up the tournament against Florida
State, the Metro Conference runner up.
Two years later, the Gators cruised

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| Four Ca tors track athletes will be If* j|3[| }
Saturday tuning up and trying to qualify for upcoming na national
tional national meets in the Tom Black Classic.
From the men's squad, which grabbed a second-place
finish at last weekend's SEC outdoor championships, pole
vattltef Mark Bradley, long jumper Stanley Holmes and
sprinter Floyd Brown will make the trip. Holmes surpassed
NCAA qualifying standards for the national riWsHt, scheduled
June in Baton Houge. b., during the SIX' champttuv
ships and wdt work on his Brown,
i this season in the 40dmctef dash. Mss%
' try tdbifcf standard at 2(H) metre*. Fbe BratHcy, I*
who had his best vault of the seasoit at last weekend,
the magic mark to earn a nationals bid is I fl

Mikesell curveball over the 330-foot sign in
right field to give the Seminoles a 2-0 ad advantage.
vantage. advantage.
When I first hit it, 1 didn't think it was go going
ing going to lx> a home run, Lacy said. I thought
it would hit off the fence.
Meanwhile, the Gators were having trou trouble
ble trouble figuring out Hatcher. The right-hander,
who won his eighth game against four losses,
baffled the Gators with a variety of fast balls,
curves and knucklers.
He's a different pitcher than the one we
faced the last two years, said Glenn
Carpenter, UFs leading hitter, who went
down meekly four times without a hit. He
used to be a fastball pitcher now he uses a
combination of pitches and really mixes it
up.
Dave Falcone knocked In the only
Gator run with a single In the
sixth

through the SEC' tournament in three games,
winning the conference crown for the first
time in 19 years.
The SEC winner received an automatic bid
to the NCAA South Regional to face the
Metro Conference champs. This year, FSU
had to lx*at Tulane University twice to win
the Metro title.
Not only did the Seminoles defeat the
Green Wave two times, but thev annihilated
them, scoring 37 runs in the two games, to
set up the UF-FSU rematch.
lts pretty ironic, hull, Bergman said,
after watching the Seminoles get the best of
the Gators 5-1 in the initial game of the south
regional Thursday afternoon.
Two years ago, UF spotted FSU with a 3-0
lead, just likein Thursdays game. Only the
script changed dramatically over two
seasons. While the Gators could do little with
Seminole pitcher Rick Hatcher Thursday,
the 79 Gators tore up Seminole ace Dick
Wiggins en route to a 9-5 victory.
Wiggins, who had lx>aten the Gators three
times that season, was battered for 13 hits,
including a Tom Stevens three-run home run

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Lady Gator Donna Campbell will compete in the 800*
meter rtfn in Knoxville titan attempt to qualify for the
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Ledbetter began the FSU loui th with a line
double to the right center field gap. With one
out, Liicy responded with his second hit of
the game, a long double to left that scored
Ledlxdter.
With the score 3-0, the Gators got a break
when Steve Lombardozzi led off the fourth
inning with a foul ball, but was awarded first
base Ix'cause of an interference call against
Seminole catcher Craig Ramsey.
I'he Gators luck ended right there, as Jim
Yonker, Dave Falcone and Mike Henley
blasted fly balls to the warning track only to
have all three hauled in bv the rangy
Seminole outfielders. Falcones wa. extreme extremely
ly extremely significant because his ball almost hit off
the center field fence Ix'fore Fuentes nabbed
id
Larry Mikesell yieldad only six
hits in absorbing his third dofeat
of the season

in the fourth inning.
We have a lot of players here now who
werent with the team then, recalled FSU
senior center fielder Mike Fuentes. We
werent l(x>king for revenge today (Thurs (Thursday).
day). (Thursday).
Whether looking for it or not, the
Seminoles got their revenge anyway.
Mark Lacy, a Seminole newcomer this
year, was the main culprit, clubbing a
homerun and a double, knix-king in two
runs.
Its g Theyre a solid ball club, said Lacy, a
designated hitter who upped his average to
.351 for the year.
Its harder DH-ing because youre not
always in the game, Lacy said. It can lx*
hartl at times, because if you swing at a bad
pitch or something, you have a tendency to
come back to the bench and think about it.
Lacy didnt have much to think about
Thursday as his opposite field home run in
the second staked the Seminoles to a 2-0 lead.
The first game is real important and its
usually the hardest to win, Lacv said. We

Everytime we got someone on base, we
just couldnt get the breaks, Falcone said.
We just didnt hit the ball when we needed
to and when we did, nothing hit the gap.
UF posed its first legitimate threat of the
game in the sixth inning. Steve Floyd led off
with a ground single up the middle and with
one out was advanced to second base on a
hit-and-run grounder that FSU shortstop
DeLoach couldnt handle. After Yonker lined
out, Falcone knocked in the Gators only run
with a sharp single to center.
Mikesell settled down' and retired nine
straight batters before Ledbetter led off the
ninth with his second hit of the game, a dou double
ble double that hit the first base bag and went past
Falcone down the right field line. Joe Licata
then laid down a sacrifice bunt which turned
into an infield single when Mikesell couldnt
make the play.
Nick Krsnich relieved Mikesell and induc induced
ed induced Lacy to hit a fielders choice that kept the
runner on third. Ken Huff came in to pinch pinchrun,
run, pinchrun, and promptly stole second. Mike
Yastrzemski hit a sacrifice fly, which scored
Ledbetter and moved Huff to third.
The Noles closed out the scoring when
Huff broke for the plate and Krsnich balked
by not coming to a set position before throw throwing
ing throwing to the plate.
"We cant look back we just have to
come back tomorrow Bergman said. The
key is to swing the bat and to get something
started offensively.
UF (39-16) will tixlay.
Missouri lost to Middle State
Thursday afternoon by a score>6f 4-2.

were coming off playing so well in the Metro
Tournament and this was really a big
game.
While Lacy owned the hitting spotlight, it
was Hatcher who was the star of the game.
The senior right-hander checked the Gators
on live hits and walked only two in notching
his sixth complete game.
Hatchers performance was right up
there with the best of them, said FSU coach
Mike Martin. His tops was against Miami (a
'Hatcher's performance was right
up there with the best of them'
Hatcher was particularly tough in the ear early
ly early going, yielding only one hit throughout the
first five innings. In the fourth, however, he
needed some fine fielding plays, including ah
excellent against-the-fence catch by center
fielder Fuentes off a Dave Falcone drive.
With our outfielders, anything thats hit
in the air, they can catch, Hatcher said.

Miami stops Minnesota
MIAMI Unbeaten Neal Heaton and two relief pitchers
gave up only five hits and struck out 12 as top-ranked Miami
shut out Minnesota 12-0 in the opening round of the NCAA
South Regional Baseball Tournament Thursday.
Heatons 14th victory of the year w is the 700th of Miami
Coach Ron Frasers career.
Miami will play Middle Tennessee and Florida State
University faces Minnesota. Florida will play Missouri. At
least one team tlx* loser of tlx* Florida-Missotiri game
w ill sutler its second loss and drop out o( tlx* double elimina elimination
tion elimination tournament. A loss would also eliminate Minnesota.
Ilea Inn and two relief pitcliers struck out 12 Golden
Gophers and allowed a total of only fixe hits as Miami
romped. Brian Silvas pitched two innings and Bob Bingiui
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'U' thep ind pendehnt fiulad alht ator volum e 74, no. 140 pubbshedby CoipusCommun.Cohons -fGo-,Jve Flod Not of c oIIvas--ted -h h-U,-ert ofF Ind" r a m ay 22, 1981 Red tape tangles skating rink plan By KIK Bochi Alligator Staff Writer Bill Wlson knew it wasn't going to be eas to start his own business. What Wilson didn't know was that his interpretation of the American Dream would soon turn into what he calls a "nightmareof city regulation, a morass of bureaucratic red tape and several revoked permits that may lead him to court in a battle against thecits. Wilson has been someone else's eimploecefor 25 Years police officer, skating rink assistant manager, electric company employee. With each position, Wilson scrimped a little here, saved a little there -all with his (e on the day he would take orders from no one. And as Wilson's savings grew, soill his hopes. He finally bought a parcel of land off Northwest 39th Avenue, a choice tract 675 feet wideand three blocks deep. He decided to build a skating rink. "I picked out something I thought would be beneficial to the community," Wilson said. "When I was a cop (in Illinois), I saw so much agony, kids on drugs. I don't think kids in Gainesville have enough to do." A few months after putting a down payment oii the land, Wilson brought a site plan before the city Plan Board, which was rejected because the board disliked the placement of the rink. Wilson went back to the drawing board and came up with a new plan that won Plan Board approval in November 1976. In the months following, however, the national economy took a downturn and money for loans was hard toe get. Wilson could not find anyone to finance his project. But Wilson's nightmare began last year. In adopting a comprehensive land use plan, the City Plan Board changed the zoning on the land Wilson owned from shopping center -which permits skating rinks -to "multifamily residential" and "neighborhood shopping center" which do not. What should have been Wilson's saving grace -an amendment to the plan to allow owners of land to be exempted from the plan if they began building before 'a deadline onv caused more turmoil. Property owners had to apply for the permits by July 1, 1980. Wilson applied for his June 26. Although the permits usually take no longer than two weeks to receive, Wilson didn't receive his until October. Wilson and his lawyer insist they don't know why it took so long. Director of Community Development Nrm Bowman, however, said the delay was due to incomplete documents filed by Wilson which lacked the seal of a registered architect. Wilson's nightmare was only beginning. Deputy City Attorney David LaCroix told Wilson in June his building permit would be valid for one year -until October 1981 -providing he began construction within the year, according to city records. But in February 1981, the Board of Adjustment revoked his permit because no "substantial" construction had begun. Wilson said that by this time he had sunk $100,000 into clearing the land and filling drainage ditches. He wanted to know what happened. "I did everything they told me," Wilson said. "They gave me the rules and I follow-' ed them" A clause inserted to the planning ordinance had deemed all permits issued for exemptions to be valid for only six months starting in June regardless of when thee were' granted. This clause, Wilson said, was neither advertised in a legal ad or put on displayed at City Hall. Slip-ups in paperwork resulted in neitherthe planninggffice nor tecity attorney's office to have on reord this ehms' that ulticeatels cost Wilson his skating rink. Wilson complains -that city officials neglected to tell hicc pertinent information and that the information they did give' him was incrre. ps ewven A day of change Thursday was a day to change some name plaques at City Hall. A few minutes after W.E. "Mac" McEachern was sworn in by County Judge Stan Morris and signed the oath of office (below), the commission unanimously elected Commissioner Courtlond Collier to serve as mayor of Gainesville for the next year. Collier gets the gavel (above) while Commissioner Bobbie Lisle at his left looks on, and former Mayor Mark Goldstein himself newly elected and sworn in reaches forward to remove his nowoutdated name plate. photos by stan badz Albee the zookeeper speaks to herd aa MIcheel szymenskI The man who wrote "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" All igatorSaff Writer and "A Delicate Balance" chastised the 300 college "I've been to the zoo!I've been to the zoo!" "animals" he spoke to for not using art to its fullest. They're the first lines to Edward Albee's first play -"The And he ridiculed their education. He condemned the Zoo Story.e government. He downgraded contemporary theater. A mass of animals shuffled into the Gannett Auditoriun Musicals, he said, are "opiates which, when you leave the Thursday night. They sat on the floor and sweated and theater, the only thing you think about is where your car is." gaped. They were criewded in a standing-rim-inly clump His animal theme remained appropriate: a chimpanzee to listen tee their keeper: 53-year-od ltd, tw-tim'Pulitzer writing a play probably would win a two-year contract on Prien winneiparightAtwotimePuli Broadway, given the state of theater today, he said. But clad Prizw is it that rates us animals rm all their in a conservative gray jacket and navy tie, the off-the-wall animals?" Albee questions the crowd. "What makes we experimentalist playwright with shoulder-length hair and animals speal?" .w bushy mustache knows he has his own version of the play The flock grumbles, mumbles and giggles. "Lolita" running in New York even as he speaks. It stars "It's artl Through the evolutionarv Process we have lost Donald Sutherland and Blanche Baker. our tails and grew art" Albee says, answering his iewn question. Ue.'Abe.' page five I1 mm mmmmmmmmmes

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2. edlgotor friday. may 22.1981 Residents asked to use less water ay 14N1t0 % S1011d after 9 pm. Between 4 and 91is the utility's peak use perio.u igNIVO Stft Writer Daring the last week, the utility's 40-million gallon capauit% storage tanks almost have been depleted because of iht s e ea., unless un n-amrlsy iw to, andsil-i u escessie water use, mostl% Iron lawn sprinkling. kA it waste WitA're n t having any problenis with our water supply al st the' Nwei banikul clown Thurar Gs (ines ills setii but we ik a have a prolem with our distribution ssstei. WM
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alIigator, f riday, may 22, 1981, 3 Senators' proposal may abolish Regents By Adsm Veuina Alligator Staff Writer Too much "infighting and provincialism" within the Board of Regents prompted state senators Thursday to approve overwhelmingly a proposal that would eventually dismantle the board that oversees the state universities. Only a motion to reconsider the Senate's vote delayed the proposal from receiving the lawmakers' full blessing. The full Senate was considering the bill to expand the Regents from 10 to 13 members -including a second student member and the state education commissioner -when a barrage of amendments watered down the original sill and set about to abolish the board. The Regents oversee the nine state universities. Members are appointed by Gov. Bob Graham. UF senior Gerald Sanchez currently is the lone student member on the board. Melbourne Republican Sen. Clark Maxwell introduced an amendment Thursday that calls for State Education Commissioner Ralph Turlington to develop a plan for 1982 that would "eliminate the ruling authority" of the Regents. The policy making power of the Regents would shift to the Department of Education and the education commissioner under the proposed plan. Gainesville Democrat George Kirkpatrick said the proposed plan would include the time frame for dismantling the Regents' authority. "They're just here kind of ruling without communicating," Kirkpatrick said. The proposals were designed to get the Regents' "attention," said Kirkpatrick, who also worked on the bill. Another motion by Sen. Gerald Rehm, R-Dunedin, slices the number of Regents from 10 to seven members, while retaining one student and the education commissioner. Although Kirkpatrick and Florida Student Association Executive Director Steve Hall agree the smaller number of members would make the board more effective, Hall said he does not like senators "tinkering" with the policy-making board. "We support the concept of the (Regentsi as a representative voice," Hall said. "They have been very responsive to students." Kirkpatrick, however, said too much "infighting and provincialism" occurs. The freshman senator added there was enough support on the Senate floor Thursday to abolish the Regents altogether. Instead, lawmakers decided to give the Regents a "reprieve until next year," Kirkpatrick said. Hall said the Regents -who were having their monthly meeting on the campus of Florida A & M in Tallahassee Thursday"were upset" with the Senate's constant political maneuverings with the Regents. The final vote was 29 to 7 with four senators abstaining. After the vote, Sen. Edgar Dunn, D-Ormond Beach, made a motion to reconsider the senate's vote, which delays until at least Wednesday the Senate's final approval of the bill with the amendments attached. Crash James Krohn, 5 EG, tells paramedics how the accident happened. Krohn, on a motorcycle, ran into the bock of a car driven by Kelli Thomas, 5 EG, as she turned in front of him by Hardee's Plaza on NW 17th Street. Thomas was charged with reckless driving, and Krohn was treated and released from Sh an ds T eoach in g Hospital. sarah ritterhoff Mediator suggests Regents accept union plan By Mike Szymanski a itor Staff Writer Faculty union officials claimed a victory Wednesday after a special mediator recommended that the Board of Regents accept the union plan to raise professors' pay by 7 percent. The United Faculty of Florida union off-icsls were negotiating for a 7 percent pay hike -3 percent of which would be divvied out according to administrators' discretion. Another 1.75 percent would go to across-the-board pay raises. And 2.25 percent would go to 70 percent of the lowest paid professors at the nine state universities. But several professors leading the drive to oust UFF as the bargaining agent called the union's win less than victorious because the raises are less than the rate of inflation. The Florida Legislature still must approve the 1981-82 pay increase agreement recommended by a special master a mediator who can recommend a settlement but does not carry the force of law. But UF chapter President Lewis Sussman -said a mediators' recommendation has "moral force" that employers usually adhere to. The special master also recommended that professors be paid the same amount of money per course this summer as they were paid duringg the academic year. Several union members were worried that faculty would end up working longer hours for thinner paychecks during the shorter summer term. The recommendation also included a provision -which union officials wanted in the contract -that says faculty salaries should receive class adjustments to bring them up to the top 25 percent of the highest paid in the nation. "Faculty may end up getting more than a 7 percent raise," said Sussman, "especially those professors at UF because we have the most distinguished faculty in the state." But management Professor Russ Fogler, one of the professors leading the drive to oust UFF, called the tentative agreement for a 7 percent raise disappointing. "What kind of clout is there when UFF wants a 7 percent increase while inflation is at 12 percent?" Fogler said. "It doesn't sound toospectacular to me." UF professors last month turned in a 490-signature petition calling for an election -scheduled for June 3-4 -to determine whether faculty want to be represented by UFF. Sussman said that UFF went for the 7 percent hike because it was more "realistic." State employees, he added, didn't seem likely to receive cost of living adjustments this year. Legislators pass bill outlawing paraphernalia 1_ By Bob Block Alligator Staff Writer For the second year in a row, Florida legislators are trying to cancel drug-users' passports to visit inner space on the device of their choice. Both the House and the Senate have passed a bill that bans possession of all drug paraphernalia. After passing the House April 14, the bill made its last journey before becoming law, passing the Senate Tuesday 36-0. The bill becomes law either when Gov. Bob Graham signs it or 10 days after it reaches his desk, without his signature. The 1980 Florida Legislature passed a bill banning both the sale and possession of drug paraphernalia. But the law was struck down by-U.S. District Judge Lynn Higby in Tallahassee before it could go into effect. Higby ruled that the law was unconstitutional because it outlawed-itemss without any regard for their intended use. "The judge found all of the bill constitutional except for the section relating to intent, which the judge found to be vague," said Don North, press secretary to Attorney General JirnSmith. This year, the Legislature came back and cleared up the uncertain language The new bill states that it is illegal to use or possess with "intent to use" drug paraphernalia with illegal or controlled substances. It also defines dozens of actions, that could be construedto be drugrelated -atstring of verbs a full paragraph long. Rep. Mary Ellen Hawkins, RNaples, wasthe isief arehiteet and srsnn of the hills that nased both chambers this year and last. Hawkins, closely advised by the House Criminal Justice Committee, refined the language to correct the law's weaknesses. Sen. Don Childers, D-West Palm Beach, -also introduced a paraphernalia bill, but allowed the Senate to consider Hawkins' bill for expediency's sake. "The only reason her bill was passed over Sen. Childers' was because her bill had already passed the House and we didn't want to drag out matters any longer than we have to," said Childers' aide, WsAdy van Voorhees. Law enforcement officials would have to bear the burden of proof for illegal intent to use paraphernalia, said Assistant Attorney General George Georgieff. Hawkins said previously that paraphernalia possession would be deemed illegal only if 'a Jaboratory test could detect drug residue, or if the items were found near drugs. Georgieff said it will be harder to prove the intent of headshop retailers who often put up disclaimersiin their shops s to the actual use of te items., But Georgieff pointed out that retailers "wouldbe under the hammer" if "everything pointed to the fact that the seller knew what the paraphernalia was beingsold for at the time of the sale." Last year's law, which banned sale as well as p session of paraphernalia, won't be operable alter" the neW bill becomes law. "What would we need the old one for?" Georgieff said. "This one has everything we aced. Headssopsare possessors too, you know.

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4. alligator, friday, may 22, 1981 uniedpres aternattemal Senate debates abortion WASHINGTON -The Senate Thursday debated two motions to keep federal funds from being used for abortions, and the conservative-dominated body was expected to pass at least one of them. The two motions were proposed as amendments to the 1981 supplemental spending bill. One, authored by Rep. John Ashbrook, R-Ohio, and passed by the House last week, would prohibit the use of any federal funds or federal health plans for abortions. The other, sponsored by Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C., was an amendment traditionally sponsored by Rep. Henry Hyde, R-Ill., to prohibit use of federal funds for any abortions except to save the mother's life. Sen. Mark Hatfield, R-Ore., chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee and an opponent of abortion, led the fight against the anti-abortion amendments to keep the supplemental spending bill clean of any riders. Hatfield, who co-sponsored the first constitutional amendment introduced to ban abortions, said he is still an opponent of abortion, The Supreme Court ruled in 1973 women could get abortions legally, but Congress has adopted versions of the Hyde Amendment since 1976 that prevents the funding of all but a relatively few abortions. The Supreme Court ruled in 1980 the federal and state governinents had no obligation to fund abortions under the Medicaid program. The biggest legislative etort against abortion this year is expected to be on the bill that would define human life as starting at conception. This could effectively overturn the 1973 Supreme Court ruling by opening the possiblity of making abortion a homicide. Senate passes Reagan budget WASHINGTON -President Reagan's austerity budget, which outlines massive domestic spending cuts and a huge military increase, won final congressional approval Thursday with an overwhelming Senate vote. The House approved the fiscal 1982 spending plan Wednesday. It sets targets for government expenditures and serves as a guide for a binding budget, that Congress must draft in the fall. The Senate, voting 76-20, approved the $695.5 billion compromise budget, which orders congressional committees to slash more than $35 billion from vitually every area of government activity except defense. The Senate action followed a heated debate Wednesday night in which Democrats charged that the cuts would hurt the poor and would not keep the government from sinking deep into the red next year. The budget projects a $37.7 billion deficit and makes riosm for Reagan's large across-the-board tax cut. It does nut endorse the president's controversial $54 billion plan but allows for a tax cut of that size to be drafted later. Condo stability raises questions COCOA BEACH -A report by the Southern Building Code Congress has raised questions about the stability of the Harbour Cay condominium which collapsed into a pile of rubble March 27, killing I 1 workers and injuring 23. The preliminary report issued this week questions the design criteria used in constructing the roof, corridors and balconies, and also says there may have been flaws in the building's wind resistance design. Meanwhile, a consulting engineer, architect and developer of the five-story riverfront property denied negligence in lawsuits filed by injured workers. A lawyer for Univel Inc., the developer, said under Florida law nothing obligates the firm to "furnish. ..a safe place to work.' Friday / FSaturday B Monday Only 250!.OFF AllBoat Shoes Available in Brown, Navy, and Ton Leather White, Ton and Navy Mesh The E xciting Place To Shop For Shoes 1029 W Univ. A ve. A AM.* HUGE NAME BRAND SPORTING GOODS LIQUIDA TION BANKRUPT STOCK FACTORY BUYOUTS I CLOSEOUTS OVER 2000 PR. A THLETIC FOOTWEAR MUST GO! -N 2 DAYS ONLY-CASH ONLY 2 D AY S ONLY -C ASH ONLY EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD.!! 4W W K -W i0 20 or 3O0off. on everything you buy! Just ask for your secret discount card when you enter the store! Senate panel wants union chief ousted WASHINGTON -A senate subcommittee Thursday recommended legal action to oust Roy L. Williams as Teamsters Union president if he fails to answer charges he is controlled by organized crime and violated his responsibilities as a pension fund trustee. The panel urged the Lobor Department to summon Williams to a special administrative hearing within two months to respond to the allegations, and to seek court action to remove him from union office if he does not answer adequately. Williams, 66, who has directed the 700,000-member Teamsters' Central Conference, was named May 15 as interim successor to the late Frank Fitzsimmons. He is virtually assured of election to a full 5-year term when the ,2-millionmember union -the nation's largest -meets in Las Vegas June 1-5. Good thru May 30th, 1981 I

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________________________________alligator, friday, may 22, 1981, 5 ,an ar-os "The Clossic ntnian" Please Join Us. 21 NewthornW d.V24. Albe conmtned from page one I' IN THE OAKS MALL 373-5337 HEYI Hear what's. new at The Skating Palace? It's the Adult Skating Session! Saturday Nights and Wedaweey Nights 11:3D-2am dlpm w/oft*elpsss6n froml4 pin featuring rock and oauit Mskic S LqU.RAT ~ with student lD. "Where yQ bump into the Nko Pepple" 192S$oN.*. 2 50. 376-isW Nineteen of his own plays are performed widely on all college campuses -second only in popularity to the works of William Shakespeare. College campuses and university students reek with Albeeisms, he insists. He can never create or change minds on College campuses because he finds they frequently agree with him. "College minds are ripe for experimentation and they wish and want to delve into more," Albee told the audience. "I believe that experimental art will live in the college atmosphere. Students want to know that there is more to art and theater than Neil Simon and Rodgers and Hammerstein." Albee's works often deal with dissastifaction wits society, difficulty with communication and the deep-roo)ted needs of destruction. His life may have something do with it. After being expelled from numerous northeastern U.S. schools, Albee went to Valley Forge Military School where they taught only two compulsory clAsses, he said -"sadism and masochism. He spent 30 years of his life dabbling in poetry, essays, novels and short stories, but poet Thornton Wilder steered him to his niche -playwriting. His successes started with "The Zoo Story" in the early 1960s. The play had only two characters -an average gentleman sitting in Central Park and an absurd psychotic bent on suicide. The short play laid the groundwork for themes of plays to come for Albee. Reality faced with absurdity. Love leads to pain, commitment and self contempt. The slow death of humanity. Humanity and art is dying now, he claims -even as he speaks. The death began when Richard Nixon took office in 1969. "The sixties were an exciting time for the arts," libee said. "People weren't passive -they actively sought out experimental art. Museums heralded young upcoming artists. "But nowadays the comprehension of art has diminished," he added. "People have decided that art is a vital, dangerous thing that they no longer want to have a part of." The last state of death will be pounded into the vampiric field of experimental art with the Reagan administration, he said. Government ending its subsidies for art will end humanity itself -a slow, cruel death of humanity. "We're a civilization of animals who have gone downhill without getting to the top," Albee told the audience. Man mirrors himself. He does it through art. It is his only means of. defining himself, according to Albee. Through Albee's eyes, audiences see upper-middle class America in his plays. Not always the most pleasant aspects, though. "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" shows the longliness of a childless old couple who create an imaginary son which they use as a weapon against each other. In the end, they rinqui'h their fantasy -and reestablish communication with each other. wesley elsberry Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee visited UF for the opening of his play "A Delicate Balance The play never won a Pulitzer -but came oh-so-close. Critics tagged it a sure winner, but committee members on the Pulitzer board called it "a dirty play" in 1967. But Albee insists he doesn't write plays for the audience, but for himself. If the public likes it, then fine. He doesn't care what other people say, he says. Opinions are not facts to Albee. Critics are best dead to Albee. His first critic was his mother, who tossed out a sexfarce play about British sailors he wrote when 12 years old. He claims to have never had a better critic. Albee finds himself in the critic role tonight at the opening of his play "A Delicate Balance" at the Constans Theatre at 8 p.m. UF students Deborah Anderson and Crosby Hunt take the lead roles. Thoughall students remain creative, he believes the rest of the world is losing art -and thus the essence of humanity and life. But he sustains. He'll keep writing plays for himself. He'll survive in his New York City Greenwich Village apartment "in reasonable content, not idiotic happiness," he says. He'll live there in the zoo -with his Irish Wolfhound who listens to Beethoven and cat whowatches soap operas. He lives in his Zoo-Story, from where it all began. "" -" "" -. -COUPON -----1" ., Ths Vers Bstin HiDesiga Do You"OwnOne Of These ors? GRAND -OFF-pee. Cw. Bs*o MONR CARLO 4100WW.YV A godUN.a A 2-Door Only 7 & Upt e6 tool your car for the summer ST R E -W~ --CUPO4K.5 Jim w~e Thursday was a day that, Maria Pinon will most likely never forget. The 16-year-old Tampa youth -stricken with acute leukemia -made medical history in the Southeast when she received a bone marrow transplant from her older sister. "The transplant was a great success," said Roy Weiner, chief of the Division of Medical Oncology at Shands Teaching Hospital, where he performed the operation. "It's the best hope available today for the cure of patients with acute leukemia. Maria is doing fine and we remain confident." The donor was Maria's 21 -vear-old sister, Nancy, who was resting on the second faoor of Shands following the one-hour procedure. Two pints of Ibkxxi containing 10 percent of Nancy's bone marrow, which will make non-leukemic biCood cells, was transported to the recently opened fourth floor Bone Marrow Transplant Unit where Maria was waiting. Maria winced as the needle entered her upper chest but as the blocd began to flow from the bag overhead she said she felt fine. "It doesn't hurt at all; maybe a little tingle but 'no pain." She smiled, knowing that if everything works out she may live a normal and healthy life. Marrow transplant patient fine Even after the transplant, the 20 percent cure ratty is not that high. But it's better than Maria's predicted two-year life expectancy, said her mother, Amelia Pinon, who was standing with her husband anti his mother a few feet from Maria's private and sterile room. "We are so happy today," said Mrs. Pinon. "We are so grateful to the people of Tampa," she said, referring to the people who donated nearly $32,000 after a series of articles in the Tampa Tribune. The donations will help pay for the $60,000 procedure. Maria, three hours after the transplant, agreed with her mother. "I'm so hapty and thank the people of Tampa and the doctors here. I' n also grateful for my loving sister who has done this for me." Nancy, who was put under general anesthesia, woke up and asked how Maria was doing. "Fine," the doctors told her. "Great," she said. "I'll do it again iftt have to." Nancy is scheduled to be released today, but Maria must stand at Shands for several weeks to continue chemotherapy treatments. "Hopefully in a year, she will be fully restored and can live a healthy life," said Weiner. I -Id I

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ataa-rrraay iay etYetiv Tuten's Body 4 Shop 10% OFF with College ID BODY REPAIRS/AUTO PAINTING OVER $200 insurance Cleins Welcome Under New Managent Experienced Body & Paint Personnel 12@S. Main 377-8100 jamochashae at Arfs Minority panel nixes plan to disband By Adam--omen, Alligator Stoff Writer UF Affirmative Action Coo)rdinating Council membeilsrs will meet with top UF administrators in June to discuss the committee's role -which they say is ineffective and frustrating -as the watchdog of UF equal opportunity procedures. In a Thursday meeting in rigert Hall, committee.mebiners decided to continue as UF's Affirmative Action Advisors committee, in spite of an expressed desire of se\ eral numbers to disband the council. Some committee members said theoy believe -Ulfirmative Action guidelines were "window dressing" used by unresponsive UF administrators. "I just don't think Affirmative Action is taken very seriously here," said Phyllis Meek, UF Student Affairs associate dean. "Are we wasting our time?" Other members agreed with Meek, but said dissolving the Wilson continued from page one Wilson says he is being penalized for city officials'goofups "I don't know where this paragraph (the six-month clause) came from or when it was inserted," Wilson said. "If I have been ignorant of any laws, then so were the top people enforcing those laws." Wilson appealed to the Board ofAdjustoment for albuilding permit. The board sent him to the City COmmission. He asked commissioners Monday to help him, but they declined to reinstate his permit. "I don't understand why I'm being fought so hard," Wilson said. "They're af ter me and I don't know why.'' Commissioners assured Wilson that no one "was out to get him.". Several coinmissioners didn't like the idea of bUilding a skating rink anyway. Commissioner Mark Goldstein said a rink would be intolerablel" because it would lx, inconsistent with the goal of preserving the neighbiirhooids. Commissioners Bobbie Lisle and Gary junior agreed. But Commissioner Aaroni reen warned the Commission that they were "forcing Mr. Wilson to court" and that he could very well win his case. And Wilson's lawyer, Dale Thompson, agria's. "I think it's a matter that the City Commission does not want a skating rink there and they will do anything to stop it, regardless of what is fair, just or legal," Thoipson said. Wilson believes that the commissioners know he would win a court case, but are delaying and hoping Ii' will rut oUt of money. But that, he says, is not in the cards. "Have you ever had a dream all of sour life?" hIt( asked. "I can't give up now. Not after all this time, all this work." .1 i 'WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?' Psalm 2:1 and Acts 4:25 Sometime ago we received a letter from a lady saying she had a son In a.hospital In another State, and "I sure am worried about my son -I hear he has went against God and Ilam ao worried I can't sleep oreat." (Lady, "has went" is bad grammar but it Is o.k. with me for your statement Is -jnderstandable and I know what' you are talking about, and that Is the main thing. There are multitudes that sympathize with you, and we asked all such to offer a prayer for you and your son.) However, I know of great numbers who have sons and daughters that have "went against God" that are not worrIed or troubled. In fact, there are many who "have went aginat God" along with their aona and daughters, maybe a. cheperons, paying the expenses, board and lodging and furnishing money for 'fire-water,'and fine and high-powered autos to make better time a they "went agalnat GodI" Sad to say, often they have to pick up tabs for wrcks, doctor, hoapitat and even funeral bills.-Thank God the devil has not gotten you to the place where you can observe such things and conduct without being terribly worried and troubled. In this connection would call your attention to the 9th chapter of Ezekiel. This lady's worry and trouble calls to mind some of my own worry and trouble: It Is about my Uncle, MY DEAR UNCLE SAMI ALASI ALASI HE, TOO, "HAS WENT AGAINST 'GODt" Why, he won't let his little school children pray to Godor read God's Book In the place of learning. Uncle Sam obids them sing The Creator of Heavens and Earth, the Universe and all things, for their "dellyseed," to "dalver u froam evil" -no wonder the doW la catching so many of them. Mrs. John Wesley taug herboys John and Charles their leitera and to read by uiiMtefrat Oherof1The"Bible, God'a'Book.-Those two bya dl dutnWout sobed It sura seem to me that dear old Unicle Sam ha wet Inst God!" P.O. Box 406 DECATUR. GEORGIA 30031 caninatne 'ainutiea.1aItat isig aiCaiiaaa. UF Affirmative Action Coordinator Jackie Hart said she had a "rude awakening" during a recent hiring controversy that ended with UF President Robert Marston clearing UF Attorney Tom Biggs of violating UF hiring guidelines. Committee memlrs point to that incident as an example of the lack of "teeth" in UF's equal opportunity rules. More than a year ago, the committee charged that Biggs handpicked his associate attorney. Last month the UF attorney was cleared of any wrongdoing by a state hearing officer and b%Marston. Committee inemia'rs will arrange a meeting in mid-June with Marston and UF Executive Vice Presidea John Nattress to ask for a stronger commitment from top Tigert brass in enforcing and adhering to equal opportunity procedures. Nattress said Wednesday that Marston may look for a was of redefining the committee's objectives. With only eight of 21 committee members attending Wednesday, Nattress said some members appear to I uninterested. sta Bill Wilson's hopes for a skating rink dissolved into a mound of red tape SPRING FEVER You've Waited All Winter Long For a New Honda and the Sale You've Waited for IS HERE. 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8. alligator, friday, may 22, 1981 opiniontS Darts and Laurels As the quarter begins to wind down, we're left in a rush to catch up with goods and bads around Gainesville. The Darts and Laurels column is our regular attempt to grin and frown at the administrators, legislators and other officials who help to govern the lives of UF students. May we begin: DART: to usually secretive administrators, who recently decided that they didn't need to be so secretive after all, at least when it comes to students' fee cards. About 15,000 of the green goodies were dumped out two weeks ago into a dumpster located near a well-traveled area behind the Hub. Students walking by picked up the cards, and could easily have used them to get into campus events, or to try to plug the Social Security numbers on the cards loto UF computers, in order to get even more private information. But who cares when it comes to secrecy of students' lives? Sometimes administrators do, sometimes they don't. Well-enforced privacy only applies in the case of law dean searches. Right? LAUREL: to UF administrators for recognizing the need for remedial English classes at UF. According to Instructional Resource Director Jeannine Webb, 10 percent of entering freshmen are not ready for expository writing classes. Of course, we agree that high schools should be teaching basic English, but the bottom line is that they aren't and UF shouldn't be punishing students for the shortcomings of Florida's secondary education system. The remedial program which will feature 20 sections beginning this fall -will help hike UF's bad minority retention statistics and will get students ready for the likes of argumentatives and persuasives and all that other dreadful, but helpful stuff at UF. The hope is, of course, that the program can be phased out, when the time comes that Florida's high schools start doing the jobs they are supposed to. DART: to the Florida Senate, for voting to ask Congress for a constitutional convention, ostensibly to discuss an amendment outlawing abortions. Talk about opening up a can of worms. Abortion bans are bad enough, but what with the conservative mood in this country right now, the conventioneers could begin taking other rights away from the American people. Why, by the end of the convention, them fellers could have Ronald Reagan named emperor or something. LAUREL: to Executive Vice President John Nattress and other UF administrators for actually sitting back and beginning to give long thought to the transportation problems facing UF students and faculty. Nattress has decided to delay paving of thc ROTC cdrill field and to delay the ban of f reshman parking scheduled for next fall. In addition, UF administrators, local government officials and Student Government representatives met this week to discuss possible alternatives for transportation. While we don' t endorse the plan that caame out of the mieet ing to tax students $16 per semester for the b)us costs. at least everyone is being civil to on another. Hl, o's\ a i'sastart, folks. geOU KNOW ~j~JI Mr BILLY (ARTER! 9 a a xa a 8 m S UBYAN -WDNIAL Poa l Protest brutal El Salvador reign Saturday Editor. A civil war is raging in the tiny country of El Salvador. The people of El Salvador htve laced incredible poverty, a complete lack of denic .ts and 49 sears of military dictatorship. Today tI *'ghting for the same rights which Americans take foi. led. The government of El Salvador has responded hy unleashing a reign of terror against its own people. More than 10,000 people have been murdered by security forces and paramilitary groups in the past year and the death toll grows daily. It would be impossible to detail all the violence carried out by the Salvadoran government, soi a few examples must suffice. The American Public Health Association has reported that, ". ..the traditional protection conferred on doctors and patients has been increasingly ignored as military and paramilitary gangs have flagrantly entered hospitals and shot down doctors, nurses and patients in cold blooXd ..." On December 2, 1980, the world was shocked by the rape and murder of three American Catholic nuns and one las worker. In January 1981 Amnesty International reported, "Since January 1980 a campaign (If murder and abduction has been launched against peasants under the guise of carrying out land reform." The director of the legal aid department of the Archdiocese of San Salvador testified at a United Nations hearing that (luring the week of Feb. 14 to 20, 1981, the army allgator Editor David Dahl General Manager: C.E. Barber Managing Editor: Noel Neff Administrator: Mrs. Evelyn Best News Editor: Jonathan Susskind Advertising Director: Suzanne Petersen News Editor: Gino Thomas Business Manager: Harry Montevideo opinions Editor: Liscinno Renner Interim Operations Manager: Don Holbrook Is,eEdit"CnySece ProductionSupervisox LeeHerring SportsEditor: MrtinCohen Published by Campus Communications, Inc. P.O. Box 14257 University Station, Gainesville, Florida. Office behind the College Inn, 1728 West University Ave. Classified Adverising: 376-4446; Retvil Dispay Advertising: 376-4482; Newsroom: 376-4458; Production: 373-9926; Business Office: 376-4446 Letters Policy Letters must be typed and double-spaced on a 60 character line, dated and signed with the author's real name, have address and telephone number of writer and not exceed 300 words. Names will be withheld if writer shows just cause. The editor reserves the right to edit all letters for space. Readers may submit longer essays, columns or letters to be considered for use as guest columns. Any writer interested in submitting a regular column is asked to contact the editor and be prepared to show work samples. and security forces killed 257 defenseless persons. He also stated that during the previous three months 4,400 civilians, mostly women and children, had been killed. An Associated Press wire story on April 7, 1981, explained how the national guard dragged 23 people from their homes and shot them in the street. A number of important questions must be asked. Why must the government of El Salvador resort to terror to remain in power? Why does the government of El Salvador require millions of dollars in military aid to control its own people? Why cloes the Reagan administration send helicopters, guns and military advisers to such an unpopular and repressive government? These questions will be discussed this Saturday in St. Petersburg where a state-wide rally to oppose U.S. aid to El Salvador is scheduled to be held. The parents of Jean Donavan, one of the four slain Catholic women, will speak at the rally. Also speaking will be a priest who has worked with poor people in San Salvador and with Salvadoran refugees. People from GainesvilIleiwho wish toattend the ralIv should ineet Saturday at. 8 a.m. in the Library West.parking lot. As American citizens we must not stand idly by while our tax dollars 'are used to prop up the military junta in El Salvadoar. Don Muckle 3UF Suspend protester Editor: Robust debate on controversial issues is encouraged in a democracy; however, the First Amendment does not protect speech that may incite violence. Six Kappa Alpha "brothers" recently set up a table on the Plaza -of the Americas with signs that read, "Homosexuals need Bullets Not Acceptance," "Students for the Public Executions of Queers," and "Eat shit and die faggots." The six were encouraging a hostile reaction from heterosexuals as well as homosexuals. The goals that blacks, women and Hispanics have fought for are now being fought for by homosexuals. Art SandeenUF vicepresident fyr student affairsbelieves the anti-homosexual action was not protected by the First Amendment. He said, as reported-in The Aligator, "When they imply a threat it goes beyond the realm of free speech even if they take it as a joke." Sandeen continued,"Whether you think this is a joke or not, we do not." WE AGREE! Whether the aforementioned actions were individually motivated or not, UF has the responsibility of protecting heterosexuals, bisexuals, asexuals and homosexuals alike. That is why we demand immediate suspension of those six students, who admittedly have no regrets for their actions. University of Florida Lesbien and Gay Society Correction Freshmen Rick Newmark, Tpdd Victor and Alan Foxman did not write the letter, "Women, we'regutsy guys," which appeared in the May 20 Alligator. A man who did not identits himself delivered the letter to TheAlligator's newsroom.

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alligator, friday, may 22, 198 1, 9 I Peronalexperience changes pro-lifers position Editor: For weeks now I have followed The Alligator's editorial page on the abortion issue, wondering each day whether to write a letter of my own. I feel now that I would like to share my own experient+ with your readers and maybe make some of the prolife activists stop, look and listen to why I believe abortion must remain legal. Yes, have had an abortion. It was legal, safe, and thank God, short. I was 18 when I got pregnant, my first quarter at UF and away from home. Up until I found myself "in trouble," I too was against abortion. My attitude was that each and every female has access to birth control and that, therefore, there is no excuse for getting pregnant. Well, I guess you could still say that today, but I don't. Now I know something that I didn't know then. It can happen to me. Every girl in the world thinks it can't happen to her; but it can happen to anyone -even the nice girls. And when I found out I was pregnant, I already knew my only alternative. You see, I am the youngest child and the only one to make it to college -which is exactly where I wanted to be. My parents are very strict and no doubt would have disowned me had they found out. My point is this: had legal abortion not been an option for me, I would have sought an illegal one. There's no question in my mind: I would have done anything befon admitting it to my parents. When I do have children, it's going to be with the support and love of my family and friends, not witi disapproval and gossip. How many of you have had a baby sister come to you and tell you she is pregnant and scared to death that your parents would find out? And knowing her mind was made up, how would you feel sending her to some "plumber" in a storeroom alley to scrape out her uterus with God-knows-what? Wouldn't you at least want to know it was clean?! My older sister had that satisfaction. And she didn't condemn me or hate me or throw a Bible in my face. She trusted my decision as being right for me and she gave me love and understanding. We both live our own lives and we make mistakes, as all people do. But since each individual can make decisions for himself and only himself, then each must do what he feels he must, as did I. Whether it was morally right is something I must live with and when the day of reckoning comes, then I shall be punished as God sees fit, not as you see fit. Oh, and by the way, the father of my baby and I are still going out and in love. He used to be against abortion too -until it happened to him. Name withhold upon request ( Top acts at O'Connell Center could pay off loan for sound equipment cables Edltor: Once again, the students of UF are wondering how many more rock concerts will be canceled at the O'Connell Center due to the lack of cables to "fly" the sound equipment from the ceiling. Not only are the students unable to go to these concerts, but Student Government loses tout on revenue from each concert. One of TheAlligator's recent articles stated that SG has lost out on approximately $1011,0(10 in concert/performance revenue since the O'Connell Pietter opened. I'd like to make the following swggrstion: why doesn't SG take out a loan aWdhave the cables installed themselves? Psently only 10,500 out of a possible 11,800 seats can be occupied at a performance. Due to sight obstructions and sound distortions, the other 1,300 remain unoccupied. This results in lost revenue even if a concert is held. SC doesn't lose revenue just from concerts. Performances such as ice shows, circuses and theater-in-the-round cannot be held because of the problems in the placement of the sound equipment. If approximately 10 major events are held a semester and SC realizes $10,00 to $121000 in profit from each event, we're talking about big bucks lost. The longer the wait in cable installment, the more tnoney lost. If a loan is taken out, I suggest the following method of repayment: o.-A $1 charge could be added to each admission price per event. This charge will be dropped once the loan is repaid. &SG uses 20 percent of the profit from each event toward repayment of the loan. Now before there is any griping about the already high price of concert tickets, I'd like everyone to sit back and think about how much you spent going to a concert in Lakeland or Tampa because the same group wasn't playing in Gainesville. A dollar doesn't seem like much now, does it? As for SC only receiving 80 percent of the profits, I look at it this way: 80 percent profit is better than none. If the profit from an event is between $10,000 and $12,000 and approximately 11,000 seats are sold, a payment of around $13,000 could be raised each event. Having 10 events a semester, the loan could be paid off in less than four years (using a oan of $480,000 and an interest rate of 20 percent). The cables will take approximately two to three months to install. If work is not started soon, we might as well forget about seeing many sig groups fall semnster and SG will have to lose out on some more money. Maybe this isn't the best solution to the problem of ceiling cables; after all, the O'Connell Center is supposed to be a multipurpose facility. I'd like tossee it become one. Kathleen Hezog 4LS

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10, ll~igtor, fr iday, may 22. 1981 iusieecre 6q$ By Liz Olver Alligator Staff Writer John Riodney Mullen is not a typical America teenager. Oh sure, just like others his age, he likes to watch TV and eat fudge ripple ice cream, but he also likes to skaelbmard Aod when Rtiny, is he prefers to be called, starts to spin his sktebOard's wheels, he undergoes a transformtion. te'll change front R~xine Mullen, 14-year-old Gainesville schooIbo owho weirs braces to Riney Mullen, professional I reestyle sk itb iia rd world champion. And he oily, needed four years to clinch that title. As Rslnty' sfits wtch hinm perform his fatncy tricks, they cal see whys he's ciled the "world champion," too. ca When ie begins a routine, waiting for the punk or rock-iroll music to begin -Pat Benatar is run of his favorites he'll hesitate, a look of concentration coming across his tan face. And when the music starts, Rodney takes over with his two skateboards, showing the fans what skit'teboarding realIv is about. He'll hop up and down on his sklateboard, cross his legs over, turn the board on its side, jump in the air and flip it around with his hand or feet. Sometimes he'll throw in a handstand. But noi matter what he does, he'll usually end his two-minute routine with a whirl of 360s, where he'll spin around and around, like an ice skater, his arms close to his body. Anid t hen he'll stop.ii grin. "For the first coupi e f \ears it was watching people and then I started to go b myself and iak' Ult tricks," the blond,soft-spoken Rodiney said. But1 int before [it Scroggs, 20, of Orlando, the 1980 Male Pro Freestyler of the Year, chanced to come upon the enthusiastic soingst'r about three and a half years ago. Scroggs knew r skateboarder when he saw one, so he asked his younger f friend to join Powell Peralta, his skateboarding tean. join Riney tid and from then on, things began to, well, roll, for the skateboarding superstar. Now Rodney is also at member of Tracker 'rucks and Vans Shoes. The three teams he skateboards for manufacture equipment like Rodney's tan tennis shoes, his flashy skateboarding outfits aid his various skateboards. Next, Rodney got down to business anti started practicing and practicing and practicing some more. In the summer of 1979 he had his eye on the amateur freestie world chainpion title. He set out to capture the title and capture it lie lid. All that remained for Ridne was toc laim the professional title. So Rodney tucked his pageboy haircut under his helmet and practiced his fancy turns and other eye-catching maneuvers. Next, he flew out to San Diego, Calif., where ;ii August of 1980 he gave that title t shot. Just because Rodney was the youngest competitor at the California coiitest didn't nian he wasn't going to try his best, however. He wanted the title. But Rodney says he didn't think he'd win. He was young and a non-Californian, Rodney said, two sure bets he would lone the contest in the crowd's opinion. He proved the crowd wrong. "I really didn't think I had a chance at first, but then people started telling me I rid," Rodney said. But his friends and relations aren'I so modest. They'll quickly tell anyone how Rodney won that championship. "People had heard about him, but his tricks they had never seen," Stacy Peralta, his manager, said. "The crowd was screaming for him." photos by Kevin Kolczynski But as in any contest, the crowd might have a favorite, but it's the judges who have the finai say. In freestyle contest routines, Rodney said, the judges "grade you on your style, the number of tricks you make, the number of tricks you do and how hard the tricks are and how well the routine is put together. I have 35 tricks in a two-minute routine. "But when I'm out there, I just kind of forget about everything. I just concentrate on my routine," he said. That day, Rodney didn't hear the crowd's cheers until he calmly stopped the rolling of his skateboard's wheels and walked off the contest area, waiting to hear if he had won. Win he did. Not bad for a 14-year-old from Florida who treats a skateboard like an additional limb. Rodney's routine was so flawless, it enabled him to beat the former champion, Steve Rocco, 19, of California, whom Rodney still regards as his toughest competitor. AndRodney said,California is the hotbed of skateboarding, besides Sweden. In Florida, the world champion said there is little for him to compete against. And now Rodney wants another crack at the professional title, once again to be held this August'in California. And he's worked hard this year, perfecting his tricks. On weekends, he trains at the local skateboarding park, the Sensation Basin, which has 11 paneled outside mirrors that he stands in front of to help with his style. But most of his time he spends at home, practicing on a cement-covered garage floor after he prepares the area with an air blower. After all, everything must be just so for the world champion. "I practice about three hours every day after school and about six to eight hourson weekends," Rodney, five-foot-twoand-a-half-inches and 110 pounds, said. Now Rodney knows about 200 tricks or their variations and learns another five to seven a week, he said. "Rodney skates wherever he goes," Ann Mullen, his mother, says, smiling and recalling the times the young professional skated the groceries into the Mullen home. "If we go on a trip or anything where he's not even going to see a skateboard park, he carries his skateboard like you would your pocketbook." And only while he's practicing, seldom while he's performing, will Rodney show if he's upset after missing a trick. Instead, he'll kick the board's back edge and watch it spin up in the air, catch it with his hand, shake his head and start again. Besides freestyle skateboarding, Rodney also said he practices bowl or pool riding once a week. fa bowl riding, skateboarders try to skim the top of a 124oot,cement pit continued next page

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Movies Playing at the Union Le Cage Aux Folies -Tonight through Sunday -A ga\ comedy about how hard it is to tell the in-laws that your mother is a mister. 7 & 9:30, 3 p.m. Sunday. The Ritz -Tonight and Saturday -Rita Moreno is an entertainer in a gay lsathhouse in this comedy. Midnight. Weekend -Sunday -This film lends sleaze and slapstick as it takes a look at society. 7 & 9:30. The Touch -Monday -Elliot Gould stars in this Iilm on the psychological results of a broken marriage. 7 & 9:30. Trojan Women -Tuesday -Katherine Hepburn stars in this dramatic story of the women of Troy. 7 & 9:30 The Ceremony -Wednesday -A study of Japan as chronicled in a family saga of Jacoubean violence. Subtitled. 7 & 9:30 Cabaret -Thursday -Liza Minelli and Bo Fosse are an unbeatable duo in this German songfest. 7 & 9:30 alligator, friday, may 22, 1981, 11 goings on wall with only their skateboards touching the rim. In addition to bowl riding, Rodnes' said other types of skateboarding are slalom and downhill. Although Rodney will tell his fans anything they want to know about skateboarding, he shyly declines to tell how he got his first skateboard. But Rodney's mother doesn't mind telling the story. Her son, she said, used to look at her with longing in his eyes and say he "wanted a trophy more than anything in the world." Rodney tried catwalking on his bike and became the best on the block, but because catwalkers didn't get trophies, he looked for something else. So one day a neighborhood chum introduced him to skateboarding and Rodney decided this was the sport for him. Skateboarding fever had struck the Mullen household. But not if his parents could help it. Too many broken bones, they said. And although John Mullen told his son not to skateboard, he had a sneaking suspicion his son was out on the oval-shaped board, performing tricks behind his back. Rodney's parents decided they could cure their son's desire with a pair of skates, but even this didn't work. Still the persistent Rodney wanted his skateboard. One New Year's Eve after his father asked Rodney if he'd forgotten about the sport, tears began to come to Rodney's eyes and his father gave in. OK, Rodney, you can have the skates, but only on one condition, his father said. "I took him to the Inland Surf Shop and I said AI want every piece of safety equipment you have for skateboarding.' And I've alwaiss seen him wear it. He's one of the few skateboarders that wears a full set of safety gear. And he's only killed one tooth!" Rodney's father, who is also the famil dentist, exclaimed. "PeOple won't get hurt if they take it slow and wear pads and stuff when they start out," he said. "Wrist guards and kneepads are real important and elbow pads and helmets are needed, too, although you don't land on your head that often." Rodney, an agile owner of a karate brown belt, recently stopped wearing a left-handed wrist guard, so that he could use his hand to flip his skateboard over luring some of his tricks. Consequently, (luring one spill, he sprained his thumb. "The skateboarding industry is happ\ to see that Rodnev is wearing the safety equipment because it is regarded as a dangerous sport," Ann Mullen said. When Rodney gets older he still plans to compete at least until he gets into college. Now, his parents said, he can start taking contest money. Until this vcar, he had trouble with his amateur status because he conpeted with the professionals. Skateboarding parks became more hesitant to let him participate with other amateurs. And Rodnicy won't be passing up the money like he did in the past to retain his aiateur status. Peralta said Rodlney stands to iarn '$10,000 a year tops" just for contests ani about $700 to $1,500 a contest, Peralta said, depending upon thesponsor. At the San Diego contest Rliney passed up $500. But although Rmxiney receives fre equipment -a freestyle board probably costs abuit $ 1011 -andt is floiwn whi'ri'vi'r hi'gio's, hi's atprimessiiaal n>w nut si >much tr the mumyV, but because "it's tougher comipetitiin." Roidne, an "A" student, does more than cuimpete, demonstrate or showoff skatuoard equipment, too. This 14-year-old has put his craftsmanship and mathematical talents to work, designing a freestvle skateboard.The board, to be put out by Powell Peralta, will also have Rodney's insignia on the bottom. The company hopes to have it on the market this summer. And although Rodnc has come this far with his skateboarding ability, his mother is proud her son hasn't gotten a "big head." "At one time he was in Fort Lauderdale last summer," Ann Mullen said, "and I was talking to a mother there. Anyway, I was telling her about Rodney's winnings ...and I told her what else he had done because her son had just started. And she said, 'But he just acts like everybody else.' She said, 'You would never know that he had accomplished all that he has."' Rodney (above) watches an amateur ride the bowl; (opposite page) Rodney practices freestyle. His advice to beginners: start off slow to get the feel of the board and always wear safety gear. I .....,'', ~,~ x~iuunur~ ,.~. -' in FLORIDA CO and RN Anvening Roc "Free Old Movies" Live Entertainment HAPPY HOUR PLACE FLIX and Featuring THOMAS CORLETT opening Tuesday-Friday 5-7:30 p.m. WHERE At Howard Johnson's And WHEN Friday & Saturday Jane Yii & Michelle Moncrief Friday & Saturday nights TIME 9 P.M.I 9 p.m.a.m. Best Bar Prices tfTown 8 All You Can Eat Specials At Howard Johnson' SA 23 .W.3th ~t. One Rock N Roll NCERTS,W( WdBar present of Triple Char ck N Roll with I Show Too Ho GVL, ged )t To Miss ." I' I Activities Florida Folk Festival is Friday-Monday at the Stephen Foster Center in White Springs. The folk culture celebration tickets are $4 a (a\. For more information call 1-397-2 192. An Afternoon of Opera with the Gainesville Civic Chorus begins at 3 p.m. Mas 24 at the Thomas Centcr The Grinter Gallery -is giving a reception for its new show tonight at 8 pm. The exhibit features a mixture ()I ceraimics prints and( photograph\ I)\ three UF artists. Thomas Center Gallery is featuring the works of Murrac Se miOur and a group if oUF students now through jiini 5. The exhibit consists of outiloor sculptures. University Gallery is exhibiting the works of t he UF Art Department's graduate students through June 7. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, I to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Theatre A Delicate Balance -The Florida Plasers present Eiward Albee's play tonight an Saturdas ainl Tuesla\ through Saturdis through Miy 30. The curtain rises at 8 p.m. in ihe Coistaus Theatre. Tickets a ric fre to UF stiiients andi $3 lir the general public. Side by Side by Sondheim is the Gainessilli' Little Theater prnluii hion tiiight through Jine 6. Showt ime is 8 p.m. Wv((iisia s through Saturdav at the theatre, 4039 NW 16th Bl I. Tickets ire $4 ndc are available at Waldeiiiniks. Revenge of the Space Pandas citinues at the HippOdrome, 25 SE SeciniPlace,m tight through Ma 30 at 8: 15 p.m. Tickets to'the Davii Mamet plai are $4.50 Tiesla% $6.50 Wvdiwsias ani Thrsdiay, $7.50 Fridas' and Saturdyis, $5.50 slundisi matinee al id evenig. Vanities -The Mariin Actors Theatre in Ocala presents this cmied at 8:1. ip.m. Wvdinesdas through Satiirda aimit 2:15 p.m. Siila, through Mas 30.lickits are $3 aduiilts, $1.50 students. ( 1-629-48 14) -Susan Klein I E I -I C, Gro

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12, alligator, friday, may 22, 1981 FOR RENT Sub*l1 2 bdm/I both unf wished opt for summer Vith option to renew for Fall. Available June 15. 5265/mo -Georgetown Ap%. 375-278. 5-22-5-1 LARGE HOUSE near UF -comfortably funished, private, COOL. 8250/mo. mid-June -mid-Aug. 375-576. 5-22-5-1 Spacious 2 bedroom duplex in E, oil gas, cheap ul, AC, morO. Small pts OK. Avail. Juno 1. $215/mo. Coll373-8192. 5-22-5-1 Mustsub o 2o 2 Nd.,1botho pac'o fromoVA M MO + utfix turnqrt callJJohn 377-0778after 5:00. 5-22-5-1 SubletI br. unfurnished opt. at Sunrise Apts w/option for Fo il 199/mo c ll 377-0572. 5-22-5-1 Sublet 2 bd 2 bh sw opt begin lun* I *240/pmo w1falloptclose o 0 copus, cal now and kee psec. dep. 277-2603 fter 5. Williamsburg Luxurious Furnished master bedm + private both short walk to compus, pool. a/c 152 00 per mo. -1/3 utilities 371-1646 Ron. 5-22-5-1 Sublet, June free, $225/month 2 bedroom furnished quodroplex, 2 mi to UF, near Butler Ploocol 371-2719 5-22-5-1 Sublet: June rent FREE, How.,on Village, 1 bd., furn. with Foll opt col 378-9114 JUNE FREE Sublease 2 bedroom, 2 both, Brandywine Apt for summer quarter (option fo fall). Call 378-8466 or 377-1167. sublet new 1 br6906D SW 6 pl safe quiet neighborhood setting o iJn Jo. 1fall op tion bus serv to UF 185 o col372-047 Beautiful 2 bdr urn home in Wooded NW central air, fireplace, plants, laundry. Must be reliable, mature ovoll summer only 0300/mo. 377-023. 5-22-5-1 3645011 Love in Arrangemnif 8:30 GM& Three-Way Weekend Female Hitchhikers 11:30 Late Show Fri. & Sat. 20 H AWTHORNE D. ST. 2 EAST Come and see why This film played six straight years in Cambridge, Mass. King of Hearts 8 & 10 PM Fri.& Sat. 8:30 Sunday-Thurs. History of the Beatles See The Real FAB FOUR From Liverpool to Legend Midnight Show Fri. & Sat. Avail. now, near VA & Shnd, 1 br,f private courtyard, low utl.coml--po management broker, $225 mo. 378-6 377-5221. 5-22-5-I 1 BR APT Available Juno I I185/mo 2 p & racquetball court in wolking/1 distance UF//MOd Center cil Anne 2beto.703. 5-22-5-1 Sublet summo quarter -fall renewal ton. Brandywine 2 br., Iboth furn. near campus -on bus route. Pool. sa 320/mo 371-1666. 5-22-5-1 * SAVE * Must lese our 2 br. opt for sum Morocotbo opt. near Butler Plala, pool 285/mo) rent for only 225/mo, Junoe coll373-4198. 5-22-5-1 BIKE to VA & Shand, private, I BR, c tyard, carpet, cent. hoot & air oval. $210 Contemporary Management br 378-6663,377-5221. 5-22-5-1 Bedroom in 3-bdroom opt for subl from June thru Aug with foil opon. 78. mo. vt0l run 12-15 dollars. Call 372-5 I bdom, unfurnished, kitchenette,4 heating, garden. 5 min walk to Shand% S195/mnth N-w ovailble 373-7234 378-2461. 5-26-5-1 o For rent 4 BR 1 1/2 B house in nice neighborhood -395 per mo -col Cr Crutchfield, REALTOR 372-4237. 5-26-5Morried couple: 1/2 of 4 BR hse $17. 1/2 Aval Mid-June. No pots/kids. Co ed, large closets. John 392-4815/376-50 Brand New 2 BR 1 1/2 B quods foo beginning June 1st 325 per mo wooden o psooilBobby w/ Cory A. Crutchf REALTOR 372-4237. 5-26-5-1 FURNITURE -on entire household mustg cheap prices. For RENT -now 2 BR in q area. 7 min bike to campus -373-2 Reduced rent June -August furnished bedroom /c dishwasher pool lou facilities $225.00 1 mile from M d Ce co11377-0548. 6-2-10-1 Sublet1 bedroom at Village Aps. 1rq tennis, pool, vlybll low rent, starting m0r qtr. call 371-1178. 6-2-10-1 Sublet 3 bdrm/2 both unfrn. opt in in P'neso vail. June 15 1/2 JUNE FREE.I mo. Fall option. call 378-3552. 6-2-10-1 215. SUMMER QTRl '/4l 'l, own room, 2 biks from UF pool, fall opt. 374-8617. 5-26-5-1 Now Rent for foil -Remodeled 1 bedroom opS from 230 per mo coll Co Crutchfield, REALTOR, 372-4237. 5-26-5SUMMER: Sublease I1 bedroom Vllage I opt. fully furnished, 378-9432, keep try $225 mo. 5-26-5-1 CHEAP SUMMER APTS. with foll op close UF, wall to wallcorpet, dishwas central air, 1 bd/ I bth $150, 2 bd/I $200 cll Bob 392-4750 before 5 375-: ofter 5 weekends. 5-26-5-1 A 0 THPcOG) H I-I AT-1 r\YT reg9iVt for hWdrd of dollars WVh Wof riZeS *ny iftery6 on 8I5a up -to 507 OFb AMEN'S AQLL4IC AND TRIL 5Y1"ST~erE4 UWNVJR.5 lT1'AMENUE 313-3233 AM-r F l Houses, Apt, Duplexes, Few Mobil Hone. Patricia Mendoza, Realtor 1219 W. Univ. Av. 373-2%5. (You cn pick up list for Fol now). 6-5-32-1 Regency Oaks 1 & 2 bedroom& Pool Tennis Basketball Volleyball and everything else you could want 3230 SW Archer Rd. 3765766. 6-5-26-1 fun IN THE PINE$ sublet 2 rooms of a 3 bedroom oory townhouse, luxuriouslyfurn.shed $280 + 63. 1/3utilties per roomfor entire summer quarter 373-2842onytime. 5-26-5-I pools Colonal style house 3 or 4 bdrm oval Jn Ior ebk. 15 renovated $500 mth 2 blks from U of F big 3055 porch ideal blue house SW 2nd col 378-7259. 5-27-5-1 OPSUBLET large, clear I bodrm unfurn Univ. op'. Gordon opt pool, rquotboll, olk toUF June una 20 -Aug 15 ONLY $295 call 372-0932 Quod For Rent starting Foll, 1 1/2mi. from univ V spacious unit, 2 bdrmsI both. Rent m101 is $325/mo. /unit Call Joy 372-6265. (rg SUbl. une -Aug. lreunfurn. 1 BR opt. free pool, terrace, AC. $150 deposit + 259 lost mo. 392-9298 6or 392-9227. $25 rebate. Female roommate wontedl Immediate OcOWcupancy in Howoiian Village. Coil Lynn now oftfr6:00373-1271. 5-27-5-1 oke, TALK ABOUT A BARGAIN 2 bedroom opt. to -su ble tente summer at Goorwood $425 eao negoc option for f11oicoil 371-1090. 67 : 628. OOH AHH OOH AHH / summer sublet: cozy 2 bdr 1 1/2 both furn /c, townhouse walk to campusS350 for entire /UF. QTR392-7594. 5-22-3-1 4or Spend SUMMER of CLO co-ed coopi -Economicol! AC and Meos included. Con" NE toc Both of 372-9328 or Steve at 372-9319. y A I One bedroom, furnished, a/c, close to compus, pool, very nice areo.Close to 2 shopp5 + ing centers. Available May 28. Coil rpot375-7494. 5-27-5-1 029. New townhouse duplex. 2 bdr. 1 1/2 both. do carpel, curtains. Close to campus. $ol S300/month summer ro0e. 377-1562. 31 bdrm apartment near campus available for sublet 6/15 to 8/15. $175/month. Coil go 01 Bobot377-0796or392-4826. 5-22-3-1 quiet -175. OAK FOREST ed 1 Summer SubleI 2 Br 2 Full Both for Info Coll indry 371-0121 5-27-5-1 enter June free spacious, poolside. 2 bd/2 both unfurn. opt, sum. qr. bike/bus to U.F. s $283/mo 377-0620, afternoons/eves. SubletI br furn. opt. June 1fall opt. $230 mo. 2 bIcks to UF S.W. reO Tumblin' Croek The #G-4375-4843. 5-29-5-1 $385 REGENCY OAKS sublet 2 BR 2 BATH 325 month unfurnished POOL full equipped b*aui*ful 'oail'bl' "0o w"ll 377-2111 6 fr,372-2159 5-28-5-1 loll, 5134/01. PRE0 Uilties. AC, pool, cable 10. Sobleas 0 summer 114 (2 mos.1. N. Point 0 2 West opt -male nosmokor -375-7433. rfy A -l 2 bo furn opt sublet June w/foIl option 275.00/mnih. walk to UF 376-0474 after 5 Pork pm wkdoysoanytime wkends. 5-28-5-1 vn, A vol. June 15 -2 bdrms in 4 bdrm 2 1/2 bth twnse. Only $95/mo + 1/4.1.i + sec. tion, dep. Corpet, tennis, pool, laundry her, Woodgote Monor. Call now: 373-6382. 1th REGENCYOAKS -summer sublet, unfurn. -2 2367 br bothh Apt. with negotiable rent. Pool, weightroom, tennis court. 371-2115. Sublet Thru Aug: I b, UNFURNISHED APT in CEDAR RIDGE. Pets ok. $205/0mo.376-8369 or 372-8691. 5-26-3-1 Sublet 1 br opt for summer. June free 1 block from campus coll Robert 378-9371. Sublet -June 1 -August 15. Option to renew. SpaciousI Ibr. opt. $125 security, 205 month. Lis. 378-1411 ext. 241, 373-7954. 5-22-2-1 follHAWAIIAN VILLAGE POOLSIDE pl fo rent. Furnished, 1 BR, close to campus. 305/mo. Jackie 375-3156. 5-26-3-1 3 bIks UF, lorge, cle.n, privotroom, furn cent. air, efr, carpl, shoroth609. 011. ovol Jone IS, 5$100 -51111378-85M. 2 bdrm house, I1blk to UF, $290 per mo. fireplace, screened porch. Summer Qtr, Fall option .I brm or house, Call 375-0390. Summer Sublet June FREE $81/mo 2 bd furnished opt 2 mi to UF quiet area chop utilities coll377-0667aftr 230. 5-29-5-1 FREEautomatic drip coffee maker & green stamps to the lucky person who sublets our 2bdr fu nor unfurnopt. RegencyOoks summer sublet. Hurryl This deal won't lost! $325.375-1739. 5-22-1-1 3 BEDROOM OU SE hg. hedoons, paortiy urn. lo 0xp fo Wiit.I. niceooypod 8mi. fomEoocampus by bke. Avalable.i n1u0 .excelentplaet Ive. rent 35/moCo. Rl Ron 373-640 (6:00 pm. on). 5-29-6-1 2 9R 2 BATH qood now 34th a Archer. May free. June, July, Aug. of 225/mo. Foll option Kathy: 37-39N, 392-3326 5-28-5-1 Sublet for summer furn IG I U bo in the Vlog. pool, tn, rog qS195 mo S-32 HAWAIIAN VILLAGE sbe, furnished Bedroom -summer quarter only coil 376-1933. 5-28-5-1 Sublet for June 14/fol opt. Sf5 a m1h, June $92. 4 blocks NW of cOmpus,I br. opt., 0/c, urn., now point. 375-8248. Total Luxury OAK FOREST ea h parking, access to pool and tennis courts, no additional cable or HBO hookup charge. Designed to fit your lifestyle! CustomI bedroom -$270. Start June 1st, fall option. Rent before re incrsl One time offering call 378-000 if no answer keep trying Out of town lost week, try 6gain this week, ask for David after 6. SUBLET 2 bedroom quod Tower VILLAGE 260 with fall option coll 375-4693. 5-26-3-1 Need a Summer Roommlo? SUBLET 1 bedroom, 2 both Ok Forest o p. JUNE RENT PREEI 1656,0., 1/2 til, 25.00/oo. Pooo. Femol o pefered. Pool, Souo, Tennis.FCol 371-1112 oyes. 5-28-5-1 BRANDYWINE -sublet for summer with fall option 2 BDRM 2 both great view of pool rent iegoiable -coil John at 374-4539. For Rent I BitApt. $160 mo. 1532 1/2 NW3 Ave Studio Apt. $150 mo + 530 utilities. Close by UF pots ok students only 375-3040 between 9 AM o PM. 6-5-10-1 Furnished One bedroom apartment to sublet. 2 blocks from campus. $180/month Water garbogen pest control provided. Call 374-8018. 5-29-5-1 Arbor Now 1 br, 1 both, private courtyard, high ceiling, bar, drapes, laundry foc., extro closets, bko to VA & Shonds Avoil.now & Foll $210$5235 no. Contemp ory Monagementl brooboo378-6663, 372-011bE. Stoneridge Aps 2 bed 2 both partially furn. sublet summer with option to renew cill 373-0628, 5-28-4-1 SUBLET NICE I bdrm near Oaks 205/mo unfurn central o/h Start June ca1 ll372-6296o' 372-9479. 5-29-5-1 Room ovoiloble at beautiful in the pines summer only. Hos everything. Flexibleas to dAotes and rent for opt. Keith 377-7634. Apartment to sublet summer -foil option: 2bdmm, fob ,/pooll PneRu RbAps (sw 01001 5279/016coil 375-0596 a6te. 5. 2 BDRM 1 BATH. Gotorwood Apts. $525 for Summer For 3 or Single Rm. mate for $175. call 375-4064. 5-27-3-1 Room in opt. only one block from' Tigert. Avail. anytime June rent freely 108/mo + 1/3 util. Option for 6il 374-4740 or 373-9799. 5-27-3-1 Brandywine 2 br 2 b h furn opt to sublet summer with folly opt. bus/bike to school. Rent negotiable. Avail. June. coll 374-4539. IN THE PINES -2 bdrm/2 both quiet, unfurnished townhouse opt. 2 pools, souno, loundromot, tennisI year loose coll 375-O66. 5-29-5-1 SUMMERI sublet furnished I bdrm townhouse just 5 blocks from UFI 1/2.June free 375-1269 Corole/Mory $200/mo. HURRY!! 5-27-3-1 Sublease 2 Bdrm. Gotorwood opt loose Jun 1 b Dthru c .300Po-rOandS300 security dep. coll Bob or Mike at 378-7537 (unfurn. 5-28-5-1 GO BANANAS Bonno Furniture Rental&.-We rent brand now furniture at reasonable prices 372-120. 6-5-26-1 Going Tubing?? STAY ON 2711. Want to see the beautiful.Ichetucknee River? Well DON'T Mindlessly follow park directional SIGNSI Think your trip outt You KNOW you want your car (and towels, lunch, 6-pack) near you when you FINISHI The place to leave your car is DOWNRIVER-right where we are. Waiting Car Servicel aeod For I oe n oe Tube I Ichtmudn. I Ri"'m'" 1 CAmpground I eorw.! e STAY;N27 .-I -----. IA---A"AALIUAIL f'W-d'lWMAKAf-W P%.-.I bediroon fon brow lcorpoe Mod-o o.locko ounRo nd .s Soblo og s0e600000.' oly 5699 100 Apt. 3 yrs. old. Call 377-2969 ofter 6:30bus every hOf ho6, to ompw .5-22-9-1 Attention Morred Student: Apt.I 1 based on your io me in 1-2-3-4 bd"oo op Under FHA 236 PRogrom. Choldren .obcomo. Vllg. Greo Apartments. Phoo378-9135.6-5-0-6 Special" su-o 1e ooM 2 bdr and .1fc0ncyW. Clo.o. oopuoowilh pool far summe. Call Uv.rsy Ap. 376.89. Brood ne. oportmen close. o U, Shonds. and Notonwide. QOwlty feaes.v 5275/oa call Key Realy of Alchuo County Inc. 372-7755al ho./B370-8496. 5.28-11-1 Cl. to UF ond BuloPoo Available N"4 Quiet spious 2 ORI both quod central oir/healcurains carpet washr/dryer book up5240/moocall378-4668 5-22-7-1 Close to UF .nd Buler PlgowAvoiable No Almost-p0cio6sIDRI68 1b1 0bhunit Cowal oI/hea carpet n. kitchen drop. $215/mo coll37-466 5-22-7-1 ROOMMATE VEGETARIAN RMT. WANTEfr Summer qtr. Own. loom in 3 bdrm. house oavil.6-15No cg. pis. $120/mo, + 1/3 oiils. A/C W /Ds CalMolly o37 -4113. 5-27-5-2 -1l. o-ooooom aned to0 s1. 2bedooo 2 both G.oo.ood op lurnishbd 13 ponth + t.l. Pool.tem.,s5min from compus. 373-2094. 5-22-10-2 ONLY 52.00 6r summer qut2 Sublling o-1. Ubedoo on Rgcy Oaks Ap, Waterbd.C.ilng Fll, Furnished call after 6 pm371-2150. 5-22-8-2 Student needs someso share 2 bdm duplex in N W ..S mn lo .c mp us o nf ., $ 100 / o lsb lobst .P. 100ore info -ll 375-9030. You can' bea thisl Lovely fu l,2-bedroom opt in Country Gardens need studious & friendly ndi to 1sh.re a bedroom. Have pool laundry. Only 5 min to UFP. Bogs June 1. Just 97.50 + 1/4 uld per mo. 377-4784. 5-275-2 $175.00 for Furnished Bedroom. June 15August 15 .n Rgency Oak. Apts. 1/3 ulilie, pool, 0.n., + .ouno. Caol 66h r 6p 371-215 5-22-7-2 IN THE PINESI oFemale -wol 0u.m240 with yearopion .o-n Oo m -f rn o r ilorn. Jull375-2198. 5-22-5-2 1 f 10rm0 wnod ostorting foIl quarter own oo in 3 bdrmtoohouse great loclion gooo.olV311214 .5225-2 Sommer 81 Need QuitRml noo-s.okoo fr oonoomoon4/2 NW home w/ fall opt. 3 m. ho UF Ig fenced yd. woo oniceo neighbors 595 mth. + 1/4 Wl.call 373-60475-225-2 WOWI Sublet Luxury op"'n owroo/bth in 2 bdr. cleon, fairly studious, liberal M/F. cost negotiable. fall op. Hindi 378-9448. IN-THE-PINES, n mno .4bedr-., 0n both, 3-wsk In closets, over-oOkig pool, washer dryer in opt, call Rones,373-2833. AVAILABLE SUMMER: 1, 2 3 m. -bO-OO 01rooms, 4-b6.d, a/c opt In 0hi0100a09 summer quart only $195, call 375-0196 eve. 5-22-52 FEMALE OVER 25? Own room starting SUMMER and/or FALL. 130/mo + util. No -oko. 372-08R6, 392-0015. 5-22-5-2 JUNE RENTFREEOwrm. in 3 br./2 1/2both townhouse 127mo. + 1/3tiIPool, tennis, washer/dryor 373-2833 JOY. 5-22-5-2 1 or 2 .ft needed Uni. GodJune hoo 60.00 m-nth 1/3 out call 375-9346. Mole 3 blocks UF $250 opsummer r inclods ulilies, Kitchen kosher dry.r no ppts 378-8122 376-6652. F.1 (Aug.) $135 lease '6pprdivi.ion. 0-5-14-2 WE NEED one more good rmmt/ow.n unfurn bdrm in really nice Ig s/older-minded, no s0o6k pref/no dogs. $100. per4 1/4. 1soVit$75. dop. ooi jun0. 375-1490. facl. r00m0a0 0.0 0room0 00101 9summit house 0p0t, fully oqoipt and furnished. hboo a cool and quiet summ. Julio 372-7223. 5-26-5-2 Fial. ooomaoes needed f6r 2 bedoo, 2 bot H ooaiian VilOg. Ap. $225 fr 3 .oohs + 1/4 ullies. Laurie or Vol 798-7866. 5-26-5-2 Roommal. wnled ml-. 0wn oop 2bdrm 1 1/2 both w/d c crpt furnished duplex villa. Nicest plcew found -371-0704 6 373-3107. 526-5-2 IMMENlAEOCCUPANCY Cirn room n 4-sp, osmodrn hous wth c".n air dish & clothes washe .Rent n ogol 373-3827 526-5 2 fol 1-1. oo n oooo tooo 6 furnse0d I 1 w0 op' ooerlook.ng pool in Ho Vil 5. s8/o+ f/2 u Jckie375-3156 fter 5. 5-26-3-2 INEXPENSIVE HOME 2 bdm og3o bdr NW ho-. III= fcr.00o.o,3774018, 5263-2 Mobli cimnoaft -oed 0.06060 900. bdrm in furn 2 bdm Regency O bks Aps June Rent FLe Call 378-0144 Keep trying. 5-21-.2 Village Aps 2 R0 0matee0 d4for0001ins". Own room, great fcllios. 5$19.00f0r entire summer + 1/4 utility. 379-2369. 5-2-5-2 Aooil. OR. ooborin 3 bldooo1 Hose, kitchnopriogiB$100D -+ 1/4 ofl. 50.0deposit 373-27. 5-2-5-2 * OAK FOREST * Roommo6te f0r sum /fello io in. 0001rm and o h in 2 bdm 2 both lurriocs aopt. Rent negotiable. Coll Elisso 375-096. Lomessagel 5-2-5-2 Feole Rmot needed, on 0oom in 41:b opt (The Villogo). Rent $102.50 + 1/4 uoIl. Tennis, pool. HBOek. Sterling June 13, Call 378-3395. 5-26-3-2 OWN ROOM. OWN BATH, BALCONY IN 2 BR TOWNHOUSE FURN OR UNF. POOL TENNIS RACQUETBALL RENT NEGOT. + 1/2 UTIL FEMALE ONLY FOR 1/2 JUNE, JUL-AUG 375-4655 376-9667 .mol. needed fosom0 3696.62-52 PETS OK 1 BR w/ 1/2 both for LIb. r.0 share 1/3 uti. close to UF fenced yod NICE o.i. J. 15 373-1990 keep trying. "ommt needed for summiner or tumer 60.l. Located 4 blacks from orpus.Three b.doom hous. $90/monh. Call 376-2010. Al. 5-281-2 Subletroom inNW house thiss.mlose to compos, all you pay is 1/2 July and August. Option for Fol Cl JP 00 375-6423. 5-22-1-2 f1mal oomme for summer w/op 6foll I.os; Jo,.1/2.pric., $96 July 3 BR 2 BIhIn T.Pine, gad preferred, after 6 375-1473, Room for rent in a 2 bdroom/both -riler. Located by 34th and Archer Road. $100 a month. Most be a non-smoker. call Mike 373-6239. 73-2 Fepal r010mot". Aug 1 for four bdoo Iownhs0 126 .mth plus 1/4 utilities. Wohobodry.r & firepoc call Amy 374-275 c6fer16pm. 5-29-5-2 Roommate fr2 d. furn opt f6r summer nroom start 5/1 -$115 + 1/3oi. Close '6 UF 375-1923 after 6 p1 or before 8 m. 5-2-4-2 OWN MSTR BR, onboth, in spacious nicely furnished opt on 0 16th. To fsr w/ D nursing stud n. $130/. 376-6378. Frmal .r010.a needed to share mater be-.0m in Regency Oak.k pt. Year lose begins Aug. 236 or.year, Rent105. Sheryl 37-1364. 528-4-2 FPololbroomolte -ned .moqI. only on room, dihwiher, disposol, pool piccodilly p. $155 per mo 373-3886 after 8:00. -29-5-2 Fe lr mmoantidfor OWN ROOM in 2 bdrm towne.Only 92/month! June rent free. Pool laundry, close to UF. Call 375-150. 5-29-5-2 stPrt FALL -need n/so.king studious f. 00n room in 3 br. op., pool, j offHrclher & 341 WD + 1/3uilI371-9sueofter 6 p1. 5-29-5-2 ownrm dple o$100/21l. 50"Ecrifylcoll ofto5:30377-574NW36Av. 5-27-3-2 NonSoooking F ol 00oome ,needed n room and b oth in spacious fully furnished 2 bdrm 2 bth pt. oly 130/~oth plus 1/2 10.ut. Jonooootfr.oc11376-6224 .oS or keep trying. 5-27-3-2 1 FREE MONTH3 bdoo 2 bIlok from compusoI room open 120 + lost + 50 deposit 378-8512. 5295-2 FEMAL needed far1.g oo in nice NW home. Aoil. NOW. pri101 .r0.c0., voo dry *. 12510o, 1/4 util. V1-842. 5.29-52 'oood 0,o oo1. o. bdoomoin 2 o. 2 boWh Soooerdg. Ap. clfll375-0669 ogb6,oot 37-71'-doaysoodofo'To*. 5-29-5-2 own ,oom in 3 bd/2 boh hbo. 0/pool, w isder/dry0, l0090 600004 yord po's oloo.$149 -61/33W019. 5.49-2 PMaE NEGOTIABLE MAOk oe 06offerI Col re 2 66o-leo v Rd 000mo/bl opa8.noore. astoo .ro~0 ono cl9001in. .1/3utili e-1135424. Too. -I i OIL-

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ROOMMATE ROOMMATE WANTE1 own 6ro in f66n68 h. od apt close to cmpEs available June S15 withIfl option 80 month + 1/3,utilities 11 Bob 392-4750 before 5/ 375-2367 6666v66/66ends. 5-26-5-2 OWNROOM, OMNAT,BALCONYN 23 TOWN OSE FURS OR UNF. POOL TENNIS RACKETBAL 150 980AROX. + UTIL 6/20 -9/175-465W. 5-26-5-2 is. roomnesmm.~gi./fall option, own 16om in f866. house, Ig. yd, $175 fr W.osumer gOr., $123 Mo. fall qt. 377-4027. 5-26-5-2 SUMMER Fem. roommate wanted for own r 86 6 in clean furnished Vilage Apt. 92.50/1th. CllPg6y 378-4500. 5-26.-5-2 Taking sumeroff vcati66 yp 6.g 4 bd "A" fral l appliance washer, dry on Lak6Ha6ponWS 8129 nth6 66 of6bo 611 375-3401. 5-26-4-2 Immed. 00cup. for a cleiriespons.bl8f6m. to share furn. Vt. 2blcks from U.F. 95/mo + 1/2 il. Cil 373-1467 Anytime. 5-26-5-2 MALE RMT FOR 2 RURN AP. Pool, undry, cog6o U. Jun 13nd of Aug. $100 CIl66666l6t2 71-133. 5-26-5-2 2 8306n6686866Wante d w6,6, 0, 6.11 option6262 6.th 2 block% 666066pu,6 96666666, 12.951 iMnf 1 1/4 ulil. 6f 37-416. 52972 Ui,. .d. -mature f6666 ei 6onsm6ker ne.dd July I with fall Wpin -Rik to LF. Own rm in 2 bed, 1 b 9pt6wil 375-7605. 5-26-4-2 F.-m.a .r 6 66woried:06 bed.4.and both, r-lrcond. no dep., no6ast month ent, poolsid9,6 H0 1300 + 1/3 11. Sum orFa378-7759. 5-27-5-2 Idea 3 br He nees 2 rts 2 bk SE/w lib f/rnt6809 6 1/3 u Must se6 4 belief Porch, 1v/dniRms, yrd, 669lk anywhere Bryon 3-839 6Av.ilable 2nd wk Jue. 5-22--2 Roirsursomm fa6r sunmmr own fvn. room in 2 drm. pt. 50/m. June mran free 1824-1 NW 2nd Ae. Call Wendy or Jim 375-05. 5-27-5-2 MOVE NOW into a 2 bedroomin 2 both aptin NW or $160/on, + 1/2 utilities. 9onihed except for your bdrm. Cl Jim 373-5402. 5-27-5-2 f11 '81 2 females 66shre. s6brm 6n6 beautiful part fur6Wind64e4dows 117.509p mnth + 1/3 utIs. On bus line, pool. c l ofter5372-5718. 5-28-5-2 F-. 6Romt,66 Needed:.Fall69 Sent. D0616 3 5664166 ApI in 06indmoo.6 64 GreatLocation 1S08+ 1/3u1lifirs. call 371-1190. 5-26-4-2 FEMALE roommate needed to share 2 bd frn 6pt 1/2che.p utities close to shnds and VA. 120/mo all 371-272Jun 15. 5-27-5-2 Roommates to share 3 b16pt summer 6 r -.,r:/120. s 6gl.: 115. Own, wosher/dryer, pools, tennis bike/bus Move in n 15 375-2345. 5-27-5-2 J. Rt Fre own bed 66 in new Iownhuseo 0r1 U.F. $150 + 1/2 utilities 1ble1 .v., 1r 6for. .no c-11 377-2877. 5-27-5-2 ONLY $70/mo. + 1/3 uoi. Fem. roomm e to sho. bdrm; furnished VILLAGE PARK APS Close to c66ps Call 375-1923. 5-27-5-2 Think Ah IedT O room in 3 bd;. apt. for exyr. In in The Pines. F9m. pr6frd. Call Cndy377-3250orPig371-1844. 5-27-5-2 Fem 6le starting June 15 own room in nice house 5 blocks to UF. Must be liberal nd love animals 116 mo. + 1/3 il.373-2925. 5-26-5-2 SUMMER QTR. Own room in 3 bed. 2 both 6P. Hs tennis r-oll and sounondr s only 5150 8the qtr. Call Jeff. 1 373-9351. 5-26-5-2 2 hosmtsneeded far 4 bedrom 2 both mn NE. $91.25 W6 n6th. Move. 6 6m)d-4Jn6. C11 372-0260. 5-26-5-2 mitIrs or fem-l. needed to shre mbil home 1/2 mile from compu non-smoking net 110 -onth + 1/2 citiess 'D5. 375-1690of er5p.m. 5-27-5-2 7r66 entfor lo half of June. Sublet bed. for sum. q9r. All you ned is b d. furniture. ,Oil Cindy of 377-3250. 5-27-5-2 9rd 6666 to shro6 si-furn. 2 b 1Iboth duplex 3 mi 666 0compus 1/2 util + 51 15/m rent6 cEll 6t 66 d4y 376-378 night 375-1076. 5-27-5-2 FALL'81 2 females needed to. share 4 bed 2 1/2 both Mwhous in Woodgt6 on bus 111., pool. sa66 1/6 + 150 de6 371-22%Trish. 5-22-4-2 PICE EGOTIA11 Make o6666n6of.66I 306666,.2 6608666 66664664fa86, "-f alishsn W isaew strbdr Inlrondywi. 1/3 util.6 w 279-8844. T,"6. 5-29-.2 FREE ROOM Jus, bl8. 16y 180.W o 8e ff s 6ee 9op6on6 o '66n6,4,86 96666Fu. 9.86a.66d8 8,l. .6t, 2'66.66'. '0 "'-0 ,Mtw OM in kn. 4-n-106 6666669$ 9611.-96666 8610666166 ic -1 66666,46, 66 66/. 8130/6on6t + 1/3 66,1.6.s Call 376244 rd. Include, 2 Thrseor*.a -.6nd. 9 Teresa. 5-29-5-2 l 4"d-6 wo 696125 P666, 372-90 REGENCY OAKS 66w 16666n 3-b6d 5.2m 7-86176fu'ished apt $120/m. + 1/3 .1 S6 6ec1e,6,5STA 4 Op6us,25.o9 Summorquaser Cll374-4114. 5-29-5-2 Superb Condition $o5100 or beo 6 4b4-136bvnomlgos 5-29-5-4 66.e, 164.6 6 6666 68 3 64.66 6p1 8,86 $100/month 6ov3o66666 June Regn"Oy 0aks NEARLY NEW 6f-6r6ald, a. 'a Apormens call371-6157. 5-27-5-2 seep -People. Orange. brown and -u;:I bogon plo. 0Co237443001 5-24-2-4 5666n6r6,496 14x6ry 76wnh6us6 for J 15 -_ Fun d 1i6h ispo.L/wash. o. CANON oZOOMS LENS 60200 n 66F4 teams, gym n tcrk oymoes Call .1. ---no-nInerech-mck mon ist pr,. 375-2565. 5-22-3-2 -6(1 50 .Brand newl Will sell fr $400 w-664case and orgnal.p, Call D or komre rooumae nled now wn rm 3766 9071. 5-26-3-4 in 3 bdr. wnhe $135.00 + 1/3 ul, Cll 377-6771 Oak Forest. 5-27-5-2 C11666bIs and horiosholdlio s.,N, -S. GREAT DEAL$200 s9:30-2-30.B6 Hard-ar601 S. Mai S. S Sume 0_,r e.old Ifraes, prits, furturo. cldre's Mase d w/bth 1/3 u1. P,._r tem. G-shower d.o hot water hear Gd 6.ns Apt C 11 374-4014 and make a c1r166ns6sp6ead. 5-22-2-4 dealt 5-22-3-2 __ femle orig.rom i spcius owhoe. owner Coach Growp w/ -W gespc. o. 6666 K b6f cy16. 9661 q n 6667664Very6goodcundhon. 5100/6 b6t LISA 6o.th 5200 86,666o16 6666666 681 378-1411 ext.241, 373-794. 5-22-2-4 378-4666. 5-22-3-2n r sugm r.q6. Cabo2 Rleigh 14 spee, ocng doubl-bukod, 23 B 6p11-66-.6. 1166alloy 6 p, sun6our6equipped So b). 2 $G. apt6lase 300371-1103. 5-26-3-4 June) 6u DeC 300 pr m.4nd 360 1 __uri_ It dp. cl Bob 61Mike.at 378-7537 (un D omlot6,for .1.$75.00.lI 378-468of6 f,6n). 5-27-5-2 56p. 5-22-5-4 I the PiO4 .vilbleJune 1 -6rm m n WN YOUR OWN HOME '75 12. 60 28. r6e broom 1356o pIs 1/3 utiliiesfar N. C. 56 ke9.166, to66F. 91iced66 summeKr & Fall call 3786629 5-27-5-2 sIibf Ju$5695.375350.522-54 Roomat. -666edfr Gtaorwn 69ut. 582 Bedk46 urnto E qlity dresser wth -m,. 6 month +/3hIesRes tOfJuefel t night sond Eldsk buy .1TBt offer Col I 6.ee.Coil562342-_22 .,Do. Aft, 69Pn371-001266-r6666 6qu1666 -5-22-4-4 BRANDYWINE APT I R66666for S., r, 9.88696). 5197/m66 nune Mltry Srplu. at66. $4 up I6rn. 378-2S3 o2sk Lo-y. 5-22-3-2 -.Id Ik $26 cao $5 up Cnpmg Supplies turn.M2830 Lary.S2-34 ute Waldo Flea MkSlSun. 5-26-5-4 Frmal. 6Shr. 62 bd 2 both 6rdywine. Summe/foc 69in 6 620 66entir6 FALCON s6er,. Will ngo. 371-1946. Must n t be too wild5-28-5-2 SALVAGE M .Roommate, Needed own I-om in 2 Bockpacks, campgear, br. 6p VILLAGE PARK close to 96mp0s clot $127.50/m6 + 1/2 w)1. + 550. Rclothes, knives, 378-7545. 5-26-3-2 Ammocans, 2 1/2 miles Own.m6 66g6.36b,ap6,c6n6n66n666 north of Bell of Hwy. 129. hopping and ca69pu, fr s-.with op ion for Fl 1116 mo + 1/3. 76-6ASR 5-22-3-4 5-25-5-2 Full sie m"Weres & box spring. Good cond Clen, nonsmoker female wanted to hor l 6ion. $60 best offer. Call M66 .6 9-5 ",2.6r 666ough August. Call 377.3299. 592-0223 5-26-44 5.27-4-2_ COUCHES $10, box springs $5 EZ chos $55 FOR FALL: I F to sh6r-r66, in Landmark .bles $7 DESK $20 NINA',, 818 W Un, Apt. -dishwasher. air, 2 bedm,1 61/2bll, A~. 3774700 WE BUY FURNITURE 6-5-36-4 pool, part 6urn only $76 + 1/4 util call Michele371-280. 5-26-3-2 COLOR VIDEO SWITCER S2500oTrade.10% findrof. me. r6mm66 6,for summe, and/or next Call Bryce W08 ch 373-GOLD year $587.00 + 1/36At u. june free call Mark, THE9prof6ss1ona1666hn,6n JLy., xJ6ff371-09@9-V.ias .5-26-3-2 -----Get rd of he sounds of s nc o .rI-tng JUNK RENT FREE) 6fem666 0666666own AM ad. with 6 66s. 66 Car Ser6o., m tinurn 2Irswarea opt.-SMOKERS Spc6Ists.1 2201 N W. 13th S. Open 10-7 WELCOME -373-7945-28-5-2 M-F9 10Sa. 372-2070 6-5-49-4 R 666te wanted f r own crn in 3 bdrm Good Us8Furniture. Beds, Desks, Chests, house in N.E.5$125 + 1/3 utilities. Prefer Soo, D11. Sets & more bes p6c6sn femlenon-smoke. 372-5480. 5-28-5-2 town Browe Shopp. 513 nw 8 6e 6-2-34-4 Need 2 to share spacious 4 bdm 2l/26blh townhouse f6r summr opt fall1.-nns, rocetb6ll6swimmng ool, S100/mo une AUTO S free Grdens call 372-7187 e. 5-2-5-2 .6---------74 Plymouth Satelte Sebrng new tres, 92 month + 1/4 d1. 636 6mts needed new battery, a good condition, must sell, summer only own bedmn V,age apt polC all 378-9432, keep trying $900. 5-265 5 -b 6ll a n d te n n s c s C ll 3 7 1 -0 5 6 8 L n d a '73 FIAT 124 spo couPe, 5 speed, om/fm, N.6-,m6661. s66a6616361666666 -,lh g-d 961196 86661 student. Own room + parl of 31d br AC. ood4 s m1g. runs excellent, good S100/mo + 1/2 15 m6. to UF. Wash, dry condition. $000. 371-0807 keep ry.g 372-0914. 6-4-10-2 5-27-5-S Fm__ _shr b r n 71 Mustang Mch 1 am-6fm str.8 0 rk 666a61 s. +, share.3 0, 6u C7o1 -9 16c2s tom n., 6r cond $1500 392-999 ciiip66698 90+ 1/311111,,6666S-1637-AUTO. 5-27-4-2'68 912 P6sh66 newly ebuon6 n gets 866m6 nddOwnroomns9mppx30Fog 5 speed asking $4900con be seen 903 W. Un-r Ao 6e-kdy, furnihd d2pl. 75/266 + 1/2 u s 1-486-2454. 5-27-5-5 _AKOEST/AP _. -opt m 73 plymIh wg: SCRATCH and DENT SPECIAL OAK FOREST/APIS. Fltonl66 666666 1669 $66662I 160D52or666boH.fro accupncy May -June fre wn bdoom n dn o 0 rbto and b-6 call John 371-0932 276-1579 -5 3 FOR SALE WELLMAINTAINED 74 FRY 666 a__-0ner -7 years -a st -l at $795 21 in Tok6or 6 6 10 speed bicycle like new with -----oil now 375-7137 5-27-5-5 6x6030 6s .be-nc16 Eddie. 1378-2244 aften6ons or lt nght. 5-22--4 7vw '72 good Cod.on NNeed1 .be old -Call 392-7469 it 66Adsa. 5-22-3-5 Pouch Men'. 25" light weght excellent hIkI -w Condition o .4Idd -8ss than 20 ms 71 CAMARO 350V9 2 bb p/s p/b 84,000 Citadel lacki clhood $195.00 378-7145 m6es m/f8m/c6os6e runs wll 500 5-22-2-4 n.96i6b6c6llcGry 1378-9408 5-22-3-5 rn-66666 S ,r16ph6n.c ec6r66d"6 120 5 72 P66nt6ac L1 Luxury 2 dr, a/c, p/b, 30 w/channel W*6066 5640 .6go.bleI c .6 8 p/b 611 6696 61ke6 6c6y 966n6 b6k vnyIl op 382-9902. 5-27-4-4 l0 1 mileage many 6tra6s x cond 378-0006. 5-28-5-5 GREAT BUY 4.dr6 96.$150 double bod with frns, loocae heard, rihubl, C68o., fdree6r,6 grew,6 con6di6ioV744268. 5-26--4e Art&Crft 1972 C6y N0ox 8 cypL 2 4. 5780. cuplpes colored rug M830. 1TOW6c8 d 4a6 and fourth sUdent, or s, ,d.$76ol6. 8Call 77-6054 keep 6ying.nhobbyist. 5748-5-4 Gmil6a4ng,36i 69e Singleb lk, 3421 W, Univ. Ave. ne-2850.6Dre.e in good condtion5--$4. We Rency CoilVs.I_5_mu _____ F-"371-2W5 Simik rarwwhit le per soo, full sin Ind W. -" 0" arse, $12. C411 eekdrys 27.3lf,5~-26-24 alligator, friday, may 22, 1981, 13 COUCHES 110 bn .qF -r ro r --_ FM *V ox springs $5 EZ choirs 5 tble $7 DESK $20 NINA's, 818 W Unw Ave. 377-6700WE BUY FURNITURE 6-5-36-4 HONDA -Guaranteed lowest prices in town F*c6ory 66rd. I day service FREE RIDES TO CAMPUS. Jim Cox Hondo Cr Svc 372-2232. 5-26-30-5 68 Fwrb2rd 350, good coincidton. reliable, "'ce bod 'j' '"tin.pd $1234 56 after 4:30. Oak Forest M-223 5-26-5-5 1667 Beele 56506 or trade for 350 oflarger motorcycle. Also parts to fit '68 -'72 Beetle; fenders, door%, glass. etc Call 373-4040 f06P.M. 5-28-5-5 70 Dtsun Wagon clean A dependable $140 '71 VW Wagon rebuilt engine $1200. '66 Buick SpecialS 200. McDonald's Rent a Boy I IlISW I'St. 5-29-5-5 77 Chevy Spyde (monz ) 305 V7 Spycle equip. A app-6rance pkg. 4 speed PS am/fm + more x cond $3200 negotiable Call375-0654. 5-29-5-5 1968 6Rally Sport Crmaro,high performance engine, 4-speed, excellent condition, am/fm 8-trck $2000 firm. Mike 392-832 5-29-5-5 Harley Davidson or British bike 650 cc upwrds wanted by Engish postgrad. Up to $'a0006vailable. Ring Tom, 392-0571, 9:00 6:1.526-2-5 SERVICES TYPING IBM Mog Cord 1 I Spiral1bindingXeroxCopies-Editing 1219 W. University Ave. 378-9353 (One Block from Campus) 6-5-49-6 P'o*'stio*"TYPING reord edon" cards for updating without retyping. Grad School ap9proved. Kai66.oo.e376-3768. 6-5-49-6. HORSES Cone ride of Sleepy Hol1ow Horse Form,I instruction (hunt smat + dressage) beautiful 'rails, finest boarding faciities, Leming + 1r6n6s6375-8080. 6-5-49-6 **TYPNG**fir freep-u&deliveryonUF compusl IBM ONLY -PERFECTION GUARANTEED 392-0498 (if no answer, 375-7131) 6-5-46-6 1mM 0583 1311OV 3T0I6computerized typesetting & typing. Books Newsletters, papers, layout & editing. Several typists givenextday7 seveo66 -nost items 376-4330 day373-9950 siv. 65-45-6 We Buy, Sell, & Repair all types of used bicycles. All work guaranteed. Recycled Bicyc 805 W. Univ. Ave. 372-4890, Horse Lovers b 9ong o 1 Melton Stable. Close to 6669116 with the best 9pr1ces, longest trails, largest stalls and now full cafe svc. Call Sally or Dove 378-6465 6-5-49-6 D12asirtatle -Thse. best equip (disk), product, price Guaranteed. MicroPrint Services 376-4330/373-9950. 6-5-35-6 SCUBA classes begin edM ay 13, Tues May26. Mon June 8 or Wed June 24 Earn you International cert 5 week course, I night wk ATTENTION CERTIFIED DIVERS -Stop by and ask us about our Son Salvador dive package. ALLEN'S AQUATIC & TRAIL CENTER at Univ & 34th St 373-9233. 6-5-28-6 Your one stop shop for complete catering service & par ty supplies for oil Anne's Af fairs78W. Univ. Ave. 372-5844. 6-5-26-6 STEREOi FIXED CHEAPLY By a professional technician Bryce Welch by opmt 373-GOLD isfe without tunes can be a drog Typing All Kinds, Fast Accuoroe Approved by the Graduate School. If interested call Dionne of 392-2870 or Lilie of 472-2197 (Cash only) 6-5-18-6 PianohLessons Private individualized instruction with experienced teacher $4 per lesson TYPINGFast and accurate ReasonuL1,rates. Export proofreading. Editing available Susan 376-0839 or Rio375-1486 6-5-13-6 Professional Typing Fast service, reasonable rates Excellence guaranteed ClIILos.377-0528 6-5-13-6 You've finished your paper -now caries Hogtown tmel Hogtown Typ.n Service 375-8333 5-29-84-6 1y9.ng, IBM 5.18f1166666165. ,ey near 69 16666nabe6rats ..6w 46 4 5664g166o66, you. Tish375-282010am -10pm. 5-26-5-A Floral arrangements prepared in your home for all occasions. No party too small. Large affairs ned 2 weeks notice satisfaction guaranteed. Call Aice 463-2918 keep trying. 6-5-14-6 ITS MIND BOGGUNG Questions about semester changes? call student services hot line 392-6264 (tu*, wed. hur 2.30 -4:30. May 19-29). 5-27-446 6, *MARGE-372-7865 IBM Typist* 6 Spoili 5 1 grammar ckd; resumes letts,. * Nr Gvills Mail-NW 17th ST. 66 The Honor Council of U of F spq a test filei n 2 locations Sunday -Wednesday Rawlings lobby 7:30 -9:30 pm. Tolbert area Council 4:30 -6:30 pm ID required to check out tests -ad sponsored by CLASSC. 6-5-1"-6 The Honor Council of U of F sponsors a test file in 2 locations Sunday Wednesday Rawlings lobby 7:30 pm -9:30 pm Tolbert Area Council 4:30 -6:30 pm ID required to check out tests -ad sponsored by CLASSC. 6-5-60--WANTED--377-2344 for TOP Market CASH on Silver and Gold teams of all kinds. Yes We buy ck. rings of oil types + szes. 377-2344. CASH for gold, sterling, diamonds., jewelry, class r'ngs, coins, denial gold. Will visit your home 376-5235 Mr. Ritman. 6-5-24-7 CASH o' Trade for Gold, Silver, Old Jewelry, 0.66. Cls Rngs, Den1 Gold OZZIE LIFE Guard for the summer Free to live out of town on promises. No alcohol or pets utilties furnished Ph 376-3012 6-5-13-7 WANTED Apar6tment s 9ze refrigerator maximum of 56" high and 24' wide Please call Wynnof1392-7264. 5-22-3-7 F if its not love, Whot is it? (U At t% -1 & 2Bedroom SPACIOUS Apartments On Site: 2 Pools 2 Racquetball Courts 1 Acre Pond 4 Laundry Facilities acres and acres of landscaping Now Accepting Applications for Summer and Fall Rentals SHOW 53.00H AMTADS319 SBD EVSIS. NAYS5USLATS IOHm WILL Robert Hays T -M1 1A( AM1$ IU.5.RCUR6oil"66 ---.-. pw. -.! 7I re MW Sms WOu14 coll turned inside out! is t; Roman Polonski's Sem IA 44Tess Y%"8.A M ism I Wanted 10 buy a VW Van Must be in good ,nd6t6on 1970 o n6wer UnderS 2.000 Coll 371 2389 5-28 5 7 IHIELP WANTED An: Ex-Amway. Sh4klee distbutors. Former Am.oy D6mond Direct has started more proikible. buses. call 373-9W4 eves. 6-5-32-8 EARS 00186 NOSEY 2-3 6ho6r666616o6in your SPARE TIM Earn $10 twice a56 i.666 Donate P60mo. GAINESVILLE PLASMA CORP (S6nce 1969) 516 W Univ. Ave, 378-9431. Call for appontment.THIS AD WORTH $5 EXTRA. For new donors only SPECIAL 4th of JULY BONUS ON EVERY 66h donation until July 46h you will be paid an e xtr$10.100lazaBONUSI 6-5-25-8 Synogogue religous school s k qua86fied teachers for 81-82 call 376-158. 6-5-24 BROADCAST MAJORS We ore still accepting applicatons for voluntary positions for on innovative, now television p66gram. Here's your chance ho gain valuable experience both behind and on-comera. Apply by.miling a resume and photo to Two-Hood Video Productions 2440 NW 54th8vd Goinesv.l,L 32608.Some newscast experien66ceK*pref0erred. op66. ca6666, pleas.65-7-8 Cal Theatre for Show times & Ticket Prices Excalibur (R) Richard Pryor in "Bustin' Loose" (R) Al AW & C 666 S r0e99 in "Four Seasonsl TheLeen o The Loe Eanger(PO) Midnight Connection Fri. & Sot. at 12:00 All Seats $2.00 Reody Horror Picture Shew Fame (R) entuc ro d The Warriors (R) Pnan AA Ucm .I .041

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14. alligator, friday. may 22. 1981 HELP WANTED PUBLIC RELATIONS MAJORS We ore accepting opplcations for the voluntary position of Promotion Manager of The Alligor Nopa, buits0getwo earn newsa perpr omotin Wrk dre or9he g 9neral manager About 15 20 hrs per wk Must be able o wit.tyeko omethinaout gphicsost mpoan No primo donnos! If you are wi ing to work and accept direction, you wil learn a lot and get good samples Start summer or fol Appby ypck g up n applcatno the Aigator Cliied oAverisig wowand return by June 5 No phone cals, please Partimedi8 AM h oncar&app lynperso 1718 W Un, Ave 5 275 8 Summer cook, 7 weeks 22 Jun 8 Au lunch and doner for 50. M Sot weekly salary and benefits call CLO Steve 372 931 Y leave message 5-27 5-8 SUMMER JOBS FOR T Y PISTS AND SECRETARIES Temporary jobs for several days, weeks.8months No fee or contract Get poid every Fridaoyof week you work Call Now 1902 W Kennedy Tampoa 251-1853 8800 49th St N Pinellas Pk 544-8851 1215 N Mils Orlando 896 2661 PETER HUNT MICHAE L CAISoMM VCt Set. & N. & OoIdey. :-40*-0:-10 TwilItIoSpacial Mon.-Fri. AllSeets1 .50Oponing 6 SEarly rd Special Sunday & Holidays AllSots111.54 Opening il2:390 N W. 131h STREET and 23rd BOULEVARD CLOSED FOR TWINNING N W,01th88088RE-OPEN ON MAY 29 23 98OULEVAD Bookkeeper. runner rent collector estate office, some accounts --p-ef necessary, 20-25hrs wk start May 27, wks yi must have 2 yrs left at universe cloe-fmiy'tes ow-cr cannt--ea shrt nor leans for work, health >nsura available, near campus, call 373 2505 ntervewopt 5 2810-8 For those of you who suspect there must somethn oeta uthvng alob Peace Corps 392 1725 5 22 58 SOFTBALL PLAYERS Good hitters, field team players for league & tourney ploy 377 7231 or 376-2)60aofter 6 p m 5 225 art art ed etc port or full time sum ob courses in drawing of lettering desire S3 50 to start reply box286 8'vile 32 PERSONAL .-.You're a two i e gerbl killer What's your preference??? Slop by the Le mng Skills Center and lake the Mye Pioggs T ype Indicator It identities 16 typ e9ch -or Sis own strengths to bu8d and lolls to ctvoid Call 5 22 1 9 TEACH IN VERO BEACH Write P 0 Box Vero Beach, 80 for ppication or 305-567 7165 6 1 5.9 Amy I see the twinkle of you eyes refle( off the stas5229 el Sit Th, pos year has been the gcres esI .1, more h-m. .s 50 .ogeher Moho o .5the9 Bernard3 s 57 S22 1 9 909 80899 Doo 9I189123 gel o. d9wn You 098 909 09 o he 01dvs9 9ll9g79 kd om0.hng you 991 99030098 Mybe 1o 924 08 121 Blu h9never do 1011"."ysbe -hyI,I b, -d Iw.I Iways 1-g, you how do y. 1h.k, 'of we -eI.sd 1h, long mmm 522,,9 9 .n9l98 eodiO.1 Only G v 0 -09 ao o39 90 mgs 8r 1p 1 ,i $1 p89 copy po bo 400 G89118 ,.,1 32602 5 22 1 9 58 mr r.s-nWoh p&FowsIh9p IF8 7998 st,(,h,-Chnh 98d 9809 NW5th Ae Sond. 3SohoondBbeCIm0es a 45amW o'shp 830&19" "Pclgtu-nsill-s'.1No.o p 52 1 9 Fem0 ..1,,,s8 0919 -900 exp bnd 9. 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alligator, friay may 22, 198 1, 1S YOU DON'T HA VE TO SAY "GOODBYE"FOR THE SUMMER. SAY "See You In August" whws By Eliln agan Alligator Writer Junior Leagu. of Gainesvill: is having its annual Storewide Bag Sale today through Thursday May 29 at the Thrift Shop, 12 SW Second St. The shop is open Monday through Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Los Amigos and La Mesa: will have a free pre-concert happy hour and fiesta tonight at 6:30 at 3423 NW First Court. Stammtisch: the UF German Club meets tonight at the Rathskeller for beer and conversation. Black Dental Students: will have a Happy Hour tonight at 6:30 at the Regency Oaks Clubhouse. 3230 SW Archer Rd. Admission is $1 until 9:30.Thereafter admission $1.50. "The Path of Ascension": this free lectoare will take place at 7 at 1624 NW Fifth Ave. The presentation will be given by Elizabeth Clare Prophet. UPF rarl-will beopenSunday 10 a.m. toIlI p.m. All UF classes are canceled for Memorial Day Monday. UP Folk Deuce Club: meets tonight at 8 in Norman Hall Gym for folk dancing, teaching, practice, and requests. There is no admission charge. UP Cycling Club: meets Saturday and Sunday at 9 a.m. at the Reitz Union bike racks for a club ride. Suniand Run: the third annual run will take place on Saturday starting at 7:30 with registration at the Recreation Center. The run itself begins at 9 a.m. Proceeds will be given to Sunland patients. Entry fee is $5 pre-registration, $6 race day and $4.50 for the fun-run. Gainesville Comnittee Against the Draft: will meet at Library West parking lot on Saturday at 8 a.m. Maranathe Christian Center: presents John Baker to speak on the "Power of Prayer" Sunday morning 10:30 at the center, 401 SW 13th St. With special Alligator "See You in August" as on our classified page in the last issue of the year, June 5. A dollar fifty for four lines. But HURR Y! The Deadline is Wednesday, June 3 DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3 DO NOT ORDER BY PHONE Mail this ad with remittance (check preferred) to "See You In August" Write Us Classified Mail-in Alligator Classifieds P.O. Box 14257 Univorgity Station Gainegvill, Fla. SPECIAL a RATE $1.50 for 4 lines. DEADLINE: Wednesday JuneS Extra lines .50 eo. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS Acceptance of payment with advertising copy does not constitute obindijngagreementoan theme Alligetwr to pubMIAi said copy. The IndependenteogIAd ANIfller reserves the rightIto act pssole judge on the suitability of any and aIl advertising copy submitted for pubhcation, and the irhf to edit, revise, delayorertecteany advertising copy. I u 0. N 0 mo U 0 C 08 0 c aI I I

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16. alligator, fridcav. may 22, 1981 Gators manage only 5 hits in a 5-1 loss to FSU. By Martin Cohen AllIgotor Sports Editor CORAL GABLES -The FIl rida State and UF baseball teans has a-been aai faawing a pattern this season. Whai the twateams haV m1, th Semainaf's wonl fa'h Idnuambsrdgames, while the Gators took the avai aaaaa-s i) atha' foir games the tswo schools hase played. !a iThursda 's opening gaia a4the NCAA South Regional at Mark Light Stadiiaa, it was FDrida Stata's tuarn and the S'minolt's faaffawa e sat fabas downing the Gati-s 5 to I behindaa a nift lle-hittar la fick Hatcher and sonica timf hitting b Mtark L.aa acand jff taILedbetter. ''Wa just did t swing th bats todaa said Ut coach jas Bergman. "A c ple)bf talls were hit hard a d were caught -that was the ballgami. She Seminoles were in control throughout as UF starter Larrsy Mikesell (I0-and-3) got off to his usual slow start. Iikasaf l got himself into trouble in the first inning by walking lead-off batter Lionel Martinez and the next hitter Don DeLoach. Mike Fuentes the NCAA single-saason homerun king, loitedt a wind-blown' fls hall to center field on which both runners tagged up. LaAbetter then hit ia sacrifice fly to) right center, scoring Martinez with the first run of the gaime. "The first inning we got guys (ii base and m.hit the fs balls to score them,'" Fuentes said. "WeJu st took advantage if ar opportunities." After UF went down quietly in the first inning, Seminole designated hitter Lacy took a MIikeseft curs balt os er tie 330-1a)at sign in right fill t( give th t(Seminolesi a 2-0 ada antage. "When I first hit it, I didn't think it was going ta 1i a home run," i ac said. "I thought it waald hit ()f'the fenc ." Meanwhile, the Gators were haais ng trollle figuring it Hatcher. The right-hander, who won his eighth game aga inst fotar losses, fled the iiGatrs with a a arity o(Ifast balls, cur es and ka pers. "He's a diffrant -pitch r than the (n we faced the last twoaa(-rs,' said Gaia Carpeinter, UF's leadiaag itter, who want d aawn meekly four times without a hit. "He used t Is a fastball pitcher -now he uses a (,()tbinationAa pitches and realt mixes it tip. ladbetter began at FSt taaaa I with a li double to the right center field gap. With aaa aat, Lacy responded with his sacoiad hit of the game, a long double to lf t tat scirda Ledbetter. With the sa-aara' 3-0, tta (Gators got a break when Steve Lombardozzi led off the fourth iianing with a foul ball, but wtas awarded first tase i'aause of an interference call against Saminole catcher Craig Ramsey. The Gatrs' luck ended right there, as Jim Yaaker, Dave Falcone and Mike Henles' blasted fl balls to the warning track only to have all three hauled in by the rangy Semiile atfielders. Falcon's wa: 'xtreneaN significant because his ball almost hit off the center field fence before Fuentes nabbed Dave Falcone knocked In the only Larry Mikesell yielded only six Gator run with a single in the hits in absorbing his third defeat sixth of the season "Everytime we got someone on base, we just couldn't get the breaks," Falcone said. "Wa just didn't hit the ball when we needed to and when we did, nothing hit the gap." UF posed its first legitimate threat of the game in the sixth inning. Stevp Floyd led off with a ground single up the riddle and-with one out was advanced to second base on a hit-and-run grounder that FSU shortstop DeLoach couldn't handle. After Yonker lined out, Falcone knocked in the Gators' only run with a sharp single tocenter. Mikesell settled down'and retired nine straight batters before Ledbetter led off the ninth with his second hit of the game, a double that hit the first base bag and went past Falcone down the right field line. Joe Licata then laid down a sacrifice bunt which turned iaato an infield single when Mikesell couldn't aaake the play. Nick Krsnich relieved Mikesell and induced Lacy to hit a fielder's choice that kept the runner on third. Ken Huff came in to pinchrun, and promptly stole second. Mike Yastrzemski hit a sacrifice fly, which scored Ladbetter and moved Huff to third. The 'Noles closed out the scoring when Huff broke for the plate and Krsnich balked bv not coming to a set position before throwing to the plate. "We can't look back -we just have to come back tomorrow" Bergman said. "The key is to swing the bat and to get something started offensively." UF (39-16) will take Missauri today. Missouri lost to Middle Tetnessee State Thursday afternoon by a scor f 4-2. .as Hatcher and Lacy lead 'Noles to revenge party By Martin Cohen Alligator Sports Editor CORAL GABLES -The year was 1979, and UF had just closed out a successful 38-18 campaign, finishing runnerup to Mississippi State in the Southeastern Conference. But before Jay Bergman and company could hang up their spikes and pack the equipment away for the summer, UF receiv'It's good to beat Florida anytime. They're a solid ball club' -Mark Lacy ed some gasid news. The NCAA rewarded the Gators with an at-large bid to play in the Eastern Regionals -in Tallahassee. When the pairings came out, the Gators opened up the tournament against Florida State, the Metro Conference runner up. Two years later, the Gators cruised through fhe SEC trnament ill three games, winning the conference crown for the first time il 19ysears. The SEC winner received an automatic bid to the NCAA South RegiOgaa to face the Metro Conference champs. Tiis year, FSU had to Is-at Tulane Universits twice to wil tfhe Metro title. Not onl did the Semiaoles defeat the Green Wave two times, but hes annihilated them, scoring 37 ruanas ill the two games, to sat up ttaa UF-t'SU raemaatsch. "It's pra'tts ironaic', hula".'Ba'rgaiaa said. after watching the Seminoiles get thk ha -st of the Gators 5-1 in the initial gana of the saith r"gao"as Thursday afternoon. Two years ago, UF spotted FSU with a 3-0 lead, just likein Thursalay's game. Only the script changed dramatically over two seasons. While the Gators coula ldo little with Seminole pitcher Rick Hatcher Thursdav, the '79 Gators tore up Seminole ace Dick Wiggins en route to a 9-5 victory. Wiggins, who had beaten the Gators three times that season, was battered for 13 hits, inclined a TomStevens three-run home run in the fourth inning. "We have a lot of players here now who weren't with the team then,"recalled FSU senior center fielder Mike Fuentes. "We weren't looking for revenge today (ThursWhether looking for it or not, the Sa-iminoles got their revenge anyway. Mark Lac', a Seminole newcomer this year, was the main culprit, clulbing a homersan and a doule, knocking in two Its goosl to beat Florida anytime. they'ree a solid ball club,' said Las,-v a designated hitter who upped his average to .351 for the year. 'It's harder DH-ing because you're not always in the game," Lacy said. "It can be hard at times, because if you swing at a iad pitch or something, you have a tendency to come back to the bench and think about it." Lacy didn't have much to think about Thursday as his opposite field home run in the second staked the Seminoles to a 2-0 lead. "The first game is real important and it's usually the hardest to win," Lacy said. "We were coming off playing so well in the Metro Tournament and this was really a big game. While Lacy owned the hitting spotlight, it was Hatcher who was the star of the game. The senior right-hander checked the Gators on five hits anl walked only two in notching his sixth complete game. 'Hatcher's performance was right up there with the best of them," said FSU coach Mike Martin. "His tops was against Miami (a 'Hatcher's performance was right up there with the best of them' -Mike Martin 3-2 loss)." Hatcher was particularly tough in the early going, yielding only one hit throughout the first five innings. In the fourth, however, he needed some fine fielding plays, includingan excellent against-the-fence catch by center f ielder Fuentes off a Dave Falcone drive. "With our outfielders, anything that's hit in the air, they can catch," Hatcher said. Miami stops Minnesota MIAMI -Unbeaten Neal Heaton and two relief pitchers gave up only five hits and struck out 12 as top-ranked Miami shut out Minnesota 12-0 in the opening round of the NCAA South Regional Baseball Tournament Thursday. Heaton's 14th victory of the year w is the 700th of Miami Coach Ron Fraser's career. Miansi will play Middle Tennessee today and Florida State University faces Minnesota. Florida will play Missouri. At -ast eam --fithe loser ofif *s Florida-Missouri gang. will sIl er its seifI aaIs l loss ad aIrop out of Is dItiiilnle eliuIIinaI ion Itairaiet. A loss waoaildallso eliminate Niiinesola. lvaltn ad two relief pitelers struck out 12 Goldeii Gophers a-at illaawedl I total of only fise hits as Miami ronmped. Brian Silas pitched two innings and ob Biagini fiiaisheda up