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pair no longer aboard, capsized UF sophomore Heidi Behr and junior Peter Blackburn. Despite their difficulties, however, the latter team miraculously
beat out the former, finishing up second in the race.

UF endorses Regents' plan to review campus morals

By OHO LAMM
Alligator Staff Writer
Several UF officials have endorsed a Florida Board of
Regentsresolution that the nine state universities review
campus policies to make sure high moral standards are
upheld.
UF Student Services Vice President Art Sandeen said the
resolution is an appropriate and legitimate response to
concerns that the morals of some individuals at state
universities are below acceptable standards.
Alarmed by recent charges of sexual misconduct at UF
and the University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa, the
Regents said it is the responsibility of the Regents and
members of the university communities to maintain an
academic and social environment of the highest ethical and
moral standards.

Despite protests, city votes 4-1 for bottle club ordinance

y BILL McLKAN
Alligator Staff Writer
Sign-toting protestors and outcry against a
proposed bottle club ordinance failed to
-sway Gainesville city commissioners against
the new guidelines Monday night
restrictions owners say could regulate them
out of business.
And the regulations that would ban minors
from these chibs, as well as a related
proposal to set up a teen center in the
predominantly black Northwest Fifth
Avenue area, turned the discussion into a
racial debate. Commissioners later deferred
a decision on the teen center.
City Commissioner Mark Goldstein and
Gary Gordon, sitting on opposite ends of the
bent h,were Just as polarized over regulating

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these clubs as when the issue flared up last
fall as commissioners passed licensing
criteria to draft an ordinance.
Besides licensing criteria and banning
minors from the bottle clubs, the proposed
ordinance would also force bottle clubs to
close for four hours should they decide to
switch from a teen club to a bottle club.
However, commissioners elected to delete
a regulation that would require bottle clubs
to observe the same closing hours as licensed
bars.
One section of the proposed ordinance,
which must go through two readings before
it can become law, directly affects a
downtown bottle club called Music Express,
which sponsors a teen night each Friday
from 8 p.m, to 2 a.m.

The Regents took this action Friday in Miami during the
March meeting of the 13-member board that oversees
Floridas public universities.
The resolution came in response to charges that six UF Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity members gang-raped a 17-year-old
girl after a party last September, and to the hiring of a music
professor at USF who had been forced to resign from his
Michigan State University post after six female students filed
sexual harassment charges against him.
No criminal charges were brought against the fraternity
members in the UF case, although five of the members and
the fraternity are under investigation by state officials for
hazing charges in connection with the incident.
UF President Robert Marston has appointed a task force to
assess the extent of sexual abuse on campus in response to
community outcry over the incident.
USF Music Professor Stanley Deusha was fired last

Wayne Fields, Music Express owner, has
said in the past that the proposed regulations
are unconstitutional. He said Monday that it
i doesnt make sense to let teens enter con convenience
venience convenience and grocery stores where alcohol is
sold and to ban them from non-alcoholic
establishments such as bottle clubs.
Goldstein supported the proposed or ordinance
dinance ordinance because he said bottle clubs con contributed
tributed contributed to the violence and disorderly
conduct in the downtown area. He backs this
stance with a recent police report. Com Completed
pleted Completed by Police Chief Atkins Warren, the
report states, among other things, that over
the past year there has been a significant
increase in tl|e demand for police services in
the areas adjacent to downtown
establishments.

tuesday,march 27,1984

month after the Michigan State charges came to light. The
search committee that hired Deusha had known of the
harassment charges but had dismissed them as hearsay.
Jacksonville Regent Cecilia Bryant-Godfrey, who in introduced
troduced introduced the resolution,. said Monday these recent incidents
show there is a problem of womens safety on campus.
Bryant-Godfrey said the Regents have instructed the
universities to evaluate their campus environments, review
policies and procedures in place and take necessary steps to
protect the rights and dignity of all individuals.
She said she was very supportive of the way UF
President Marston handled an awfully hard problem."
Marston and other UF officials have already implemented
these measures she said.
She said it was up to faculty and administrators, as well as
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Gordon argued against the proposed
ordinance during two-and-a-half hours of
commission debate and resident discussion.
He said the crime statistics of the downtown
area did not suoDort Goldsteins charges.
There is nothing to indicate that bottle
clubs are more of a hazard than regular
drinking establishments, Gordon said.
There are more problems with minute
marts than bottle clubs downtown.
After commissioners voted 4-1, in which
Gordon dissented, Gordon said he was in incredulous
credulous incredulous that the city could consider the
ordinance.
We created a regulation where no
established need for it has been demoo-



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$600,000 aids horse care center construction

Sr MUCHAKL KOKTZK Y
ligator Writer
With the announcement of a $600,000 donation, the UF
Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital has entered the last
leg of its race against time to finance a horse health care
facility, according to Dr. Kirk Gelatt, dean of the College of
Veterinary Med icine.
The Ocala Breeders Sales Company, a group of horse
industry executives, made the donation during an official
presentation at the companys sales complex Friday.
This single commitment, combined with a series of
previous gifts totaling $350,000, brings our college within
$250,000 of qualifying for a state matching gift of
$600,000, Gelatt said.
The college has until April 1985, to raise the additional
money and receive state matching funds.
Taskforce
- continued
from page one
students,to promote an atmosphere that protects the rights
and dignity of all individuals.
It does appear that students have not had as much
respect for the rights of fellow students as they should,
Bryant-Godfrey said.
UF Electrical Engineering Department Chairman Blakr
Bottle clubs
continued
from poge one
strated, Gordon added.
In anticipation of commission action, the back of the A.
Clarence ONeill Auditorium was filled with residents
carrying signs supporting the clubs where people can go and
drink after regular bars are closed, but not buy alcoholic
beverages.
The Gainesville Womans Club is a bottle club, and I go
there, one sign said.
Another sign read, Some of us cant afford a liquor
license; why punish us? This is the second time that signs
have been brought to the city commission meeting to protest
bottle club regulations.
Because the citys new regulations could prevent bottle
clubs from offering teen disco nights, city commissioners are
looking elsewhere for a place where teenagers can go and
dance.
A long standing possibility was Reds Two Spot lounge at
1007 NW Fifth Ave.
But Recreation Director Jerry T. Jones recommended that
commissioners dismiss the lounge as a possible dance hall

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McNamara, the colleges development director. It will be the
first dimension, as it is called, of a long-range program to
renovate 20,000 square feet of existing space and build
37,000 square feet of new facilities, adding up to an
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said. We serve 65 of those 67 counties.
Last year, nearly 2,000 horses were treated at the hospital,
and right now horses referred to the hospital for elective
surgery are placed on a two-month waiting list.
Cherrington, Co-chairman of the UF Task Force on Student
Conduct, said the Regents were expressing the same con concerns
cerns concerns that have been voiced at UF.
Cherrington said that response to a task force request for
concerned people with ideas and solutions to sexual abuse
problems contact members at UF has been disappointing.
But he said he hoped that more people will participate in
open forums to be announced at todays task force meeting
in the Reitz Union.
Somehow or another we have not tapped community
response to this problem, he said. We need to do
something about it."
and instead build a new facility on land in the Northeast
Recreation complex on Northeast Eighth Avenue and Waldo
Road.
Commissioner Jean Chalmers said she was in favor of
going to the Northeast complex and building the teen
facility there.
William Simmons, director of the UF Institute of Black
Culture, said,'There is a perception among blacks that the
city commissioners want to remove blacks from down downtown.
town. downtown.
There is a perception among blacks that commissioners
want to herd blacks into the ghetto, Simmons said. Those
teenagers are safer on West University and Main Street than
anywhere in the city.
In response, Goldstein said, The issue is color-free, but
there are those who can make it a racial issue if they choose
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Senators may alter agenda for UFLAGS debate

y uisan wane
Alligator Staff Writer

Student Government senators may shelve a
planned discussion of next years activities
budget tonight to make way for an expected
debate about activity money for the UF
Lesbian and Gay Societys (UFLAGS) Gay
Awareness Week.
More than 30 students calling themselves
Students for Fair Funding are planning to
have a non-aggressive sit-in at tonights
meeting.
The group, primarily made up of UFLAGS
members, is having the sit-in to make our
presence known to (senators). UFLAGS

Campus Planning Assembly approves new bicycle fines

y CORY JO LANCASTn
Alligator Staff Writer
New bicycle regulations calling for fines as high as $25
sailed through the Campus Planning Assembly as expected
Monday.
UF police officer Robert James said members didnt have
much choice in approving the new fines because as of last
year, they were state law.
Gov. Bob Graham signed a law last June mandating
bicyclists be treated die same as motorists and receive the
same fines for moving violations.
The new regulations call for fines of $25 for moving
violations, such as running a stop sign, illegally passing or
exceeding safe speeds. Other violations, such as towing
someone or riding without hands, will carry a fine of $5,
along with parking violations.
James said some tickets already have been given, but he
wont begin vigorously enforcing the new codes for a little
while.
UF police officers will have to impound bikes to enforce
some of the new codes, such as parking violations which
means officers will cut through locks. James said he was
hesitant to do this until all students had been educated about
the new codes.
James said because there isnt a registration program on
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coordinator Stephanie Schwartz
Schwartz said there will be no violence, in
that the sit-in is a silent protest.
Students for Fair Funding was formed
after a decision by Senators last week to
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tivity activity money for, Gay Awareness Week, April
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UFLAGS Director Ken Key said Monday
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Public debate tonight to re-request money to
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Gerald Schaffer

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I dont know if we want to start cutting through S3O to
$35 locks if all students arent aware of the new
regulations, Administrative Affairs Vice President Gerry
Schaffer said.
In other action, assembly members refused to approve a
change in parking at UFs Health Center, which would
change reserve parking spaces to reserve areas. A Parking
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ASFAC coordinator Rob Stern said.
Last Tuesday night, senators spent more
than five hours finishing old and new
business to allow time to discuss the annual
budget tonight, which is tentatively
estimated at more than $3 million.
Senate President Gregg Ott said the budget
may be wiped off the agenda because,
although all budget request hearings are
completed, the final tally may not be
completed by 7:30 tonight when the senators
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Budget and Finance Chairwoman Susan
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budget, said she will have finished compiling
her report by die senate meeting today.
Last year, senators approved an ASFAC
budget of $3,432,143.72, as opposed to this
years expected $3,171,412.93. The latter
figure will probably change before it is voted
on for final approval, Stem said.
Each annual budget comes from a $4.04
chunk taken from each credit hour students
pay for.
If the budget is not discussed tonight, Ott
said he expects a short meeting because there
were no special requests from neither ASFAC
or the Budget and Finance Committee.

and Transportation committee study showed about 20 to 25
percent of these spaces were unoccupied, and members
recommended the planning assembly approve the change.
If approved, the parking lot could be oversold by as much
as 10 to 20 percent, Business Services Director Otis Jones
said. The price for a decal would drop S3O a year as a result
of the change.
But members said they will wait until after three public
hearings on March 28 at 8 a.m., April 2 at 4 p.m. and April
3 at 12:20 p.m. before voting on the change. All meetings
will be in the Medical Sciences Building Auditorium.
In other business, members approved:
A parking lot adjacent to the Traffic and Parking
Office. The additional parking is needed for the new Student
Traffic Court.
H Changing about 50 spaces at the Horticultural Sciences
Building from Orange 2 to all decals.
H Constructing a prefabricated metal building for the
Coastal Research Laboratory off of Southwest Sixth Street.
Planning Consultant John Carlson told members that the
Board of Regents, which runs the nine state universities,
approved Friday the Orlando-based construction firm of
Gilbane, Mills and Jones to build the S2O million
engineering and sciences complex.
Carlson said construction will begin April 30, and is
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GRAHAM ENDORSES PLAN
TALLAHASSEE Gov. Bob Graham on Monday called
for a government ifety net to make *ore the coat of health
care doesnt get beyond the reach of most Floridians.
Graham refused to endorse hospital rate-setting by the
state, but said profit-making hospitals should contribute to a
fund to help cover the costs of treating poor people.
I do not believe the state should set hospital rates, he
said.
In a speech to industrial relations commissioners, Graham
said he prefers to let market competition hold down the costs
of health care. He said a fund for indigent care would put
non-profit hospitals on the same competitive footing as
profit-making facilities.
CONVICTED FELONS TEACHING
WINTER HAVEN Dozens of convicted sex offenders,
child molesters and drug peddlers have obtained Florida
teaching certificates by lying about their criminal records,
the Winter Haven New* Chief re ported.
A review of education files and teacher certification
revocations revealed more than 30 convicted felons had
been certified to teach in Florida in the last five years, the
newspaper reported Sunday in a copyrighted stray.
Teaching applicants are asked whether they have been
convicted of felonies, or whether adjudication of guilt has
been withheld on felony charges, but Florida does not
require a criminal background check unless applicants
answer yes to the question. If they answer no, die state
accepts their word.
FOUR RAPISTS SENTENCED
FALL RIVER, Mam. Four men were ordered Monday
to spend up to 12 years in state prison for their convictions in
an emotional barroom gang rape trial that sparked a
national debate over die rights of rape victims.
Daniel Silva, 27, John Cordeiro, 24, and Victor Raposo,
23,were sentenced to nine-to-12 year terms at Walpole State
Prison for their role in the March 6, 1983, assault on a 22-
year-old woman at Big Dan's Tavern in New Bedford. Joseph
Vieira, 28, was ordered to spend six to eight years in prison.

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Cordeiro, Silva and Raposo will be eligible for parole after
six years; Vieira, after fours years.
The four convicted rapists, found guilty by two separate
juries, could have received a maximum of life in prison.
STUDENTS FEAR FUTURE
More than a third of high school seniors think nuclear
annihilation in their lifetime is inevitable, a survey revealed
Monday. Another survey said more Soviet than American
students feel a nuclear war is avoidable.
A survey in Psychology Today magazine, in which
researchers have been polling 130 high schools nationally,
found that more than one-third of the seniors think nuclear
or biological annihilation is mankinds fate.
In another survey published in the magazine, Eric Chivian
of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, John Mack of
Harvard and Jeremy Waletzky of George Washington
University reported findings of a survey of 300 Soviet
youngsters aged 10 to 15 taken last August.
The team said 93percent of the Soviet youngsters thought
a nuclear war was avoidable, compared to only 65 percent
of the American students. Twelve percent of the Soviet
children thought nuclear war would occur in their lifetimes,
compared to 38 percent of the American youngsters
polled.
CONSUL GENERAL WOUNDED
STRASBOURG, France A gunman shot and wounded a
U-S. consul general Monday, firing five rounds horn a
revolver into the diplomats car as he was leaving for work.
A terrorist group with Middle Eastern links claimed
responsibility.
U.S. Consul General Robert Homme, 43, was reported in
stable condition with superficial wounds to the chest and
neck that appeared not to have caused serious injury,
doctors at die Hautepierre Hospital reported.
DUARTE CLAIMS LEAD
SAN SALVADOR Christian Democratic candidate Jose
Napoleon Duarte claimed a substantial lead Monday hr
presidential elections disrupted by confusion over voting
rules and guerrilla attacks.
The central election commission did not immediately
announce any official returns of the election Sunday and
final results were not expected until Wednesday.
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County reluctantly OKs air ambulance operation

By KAMN PHILLIPS
Alligator Staff Writer
After weeks of indecision,
Alachua County com commissioners
missioners commissioners have finally
approved an operating
permit for Sunny South Inc.,
even though commissioners
say theyre not too happy
with the air ambulance
services financial stability.
Sunny South got its
operating go-ahead March 6,
when commissioners decided
it had met the' countys
criteria of being able to
provide dependable service.
Under the countys ordinance
outlining requirements to be
met in order to receive a
license, Sunny South was
determined worthy of the
permit.

Defunct ski club can use Lake Wauburg soon, official says

S' SUSAN PUKTIC
ligotor Staff Writer
Almost a year after the UF Ski Club was
kicked off Lake Wauburg to make room for
new recreation facilities, UF officials are
temporarily letting the now-inactive club
back on die water.
UF Director of Recreational Sports
Charles Williams said the ski club can use
the south end of the lake as soon as certain
"technicalities are resolved. Those
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But opponents and rivals of
the company say the com company
pany company is deeply in debt and
won t be able to operate
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to limit the hours during which the club will
be skiing.
Ski Club President Brian Coe said that he
was not aware that Williams OKd his
request to ski on the lake.
As far as I know, were still off the lake,
but if its true, thats great, Coe said.
Williams said the club will be allowed to
ski on the lake Monday through Friday until
Sept. 1 to allow them more time to ski
until the club can find another place.
Coe said there is no practical place to ski

Commissioners said they had no right to review an ap applicants
plicants applicants financial status, as it was not covered by their
ordinance.
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Our financial staff feels they had answers to all the
questions raised at our meetings by opponents, Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Leveda Brown said Friday. Our attorney, Dennis
Long, said we had no right to require more than the in information
formation information required under the ordinance.
110 option, no judgment in the matter, Brown
said. lt had to be an objective decision, not subjective.
Brown said she was confused by Sunny Souths business
methods. The company used to be called Charter Air, and
ScTth* * >era^n cense ft* changing its name to Sunny
According to the countys ordinance, only one entity can
be named on the permit.
A formal protest against both Charter Air and Sunny
South was registered by rival air ambulance service owner
Ken Brown.
Brown s attorney, Jim Hankin, gave commissioners
records of several judgments against Charter Air owner Bill
Cousins and his company that totaled $177,700.27. Hankin
also said Charter air owed $42,249.48 in back taxes.
At one commission meeting, Commissioner John

other than Lake Wauburg. Coe said that
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Its (Lake Santa Fe) not a possibility in
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Williams and Coe met Wednesday night at
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Schroepfer said Charter Air might have changed its name to
Sunny South to avoid creditors.
Schroepfer voted against granting Sunny South its
operaring permit, and says he still isnt comfortable with the
companys operating procedure.
I dont feel comfortable with the forthrightness of theii
operations, Schroepfer said Friday. But our staff feels that
they have met every requirement of the ordinance.
I pay the staff to make these decisions, Schroepfer said.
But I have the option of voting against their recom recommendations.
mendations. recommendations.
But commissioners agreed that if they had rejected Sunny
Souths application on the basis of their feelings of
dissatisfaction with the company, legal action could have
resulted.
Whether or not I feel comfortable with the way they
operate makes no difference, Commissioner-Chairman
Thomas Coward said.
Brown said the commission could still revoke Sunny
South s license if its financial status was shown to be
inadequate in the future.
(The company s operations are) very confusing and
surprising, Brown said. Its a very strange way to
operate.

At least they (the ski club) have their foot
in the door, Marger said.
Coe agreed, saying, All we wanted was a
chance.
But, Coe said, No matter how good a
record we have, theyre still going to take us
off the lake Sept. 1. Then theyre going to
review us, which will mean another delay
before we can ski again.
Coe said the club has been inactive since
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Enough already
When the state Board of Regents met in Miami
last week, they were in quite a tizzy about what
they sensed is a decline of morals at Floridas nine
state universities.
We want to ask each institution to examine all
dimensions erf the university the classroom,
hiring practices and living units to see what
are now the values and judgments explicitly
transmitted on campus, State University System
Chancellor Barbara Newell said.
The Regents a 13-member board that
oversees the State University System shouldnt
get into the habit erf regulating morals, an elusive
concept best left to individuals. University ad administrators
ministrators administrators gave that up years ago when in institutions
stitutions institutions left by the wayside the attitude that
colleges should act as parents away from home.
Concern about morals was sparked by two
shocking incidents at UF and the University of
South Florida in Tampa (USF). At UF, a 17-year 17-yearold
old 17-yearold freshman charged that several members of Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity had sexually assaulted her.
The fraternity brothers were cleared by the State
Attorneys office when officials said there were no
grounds to file formal charges. President Robert
Marston with the help of state officials still
is looking into the matter.
At USF, officials were concerned after it came
to light that a recently hired music professor was
forced to resign from Michigan State University
after sexual harassment charges were filed
against him by six female students.
Because of these incidents, Newell said she will
appoint a group to explore whether students are
being given due process under the university
conduct codes and the state Administrative
Procedures Act.
Not a bad idea, but the Regents should have
stopped there. :S
They also passed a resolution saying that it is
the responsibility of the Regents and universities
to maintain an academic and social environment
of the highest ethical and moral standards.
Here's where it gets a little foggy. Who
determines what are high moral and ethical
standards? The Regents? Or maybe the ad administrators?
ministrators? administrators?
Philosophers, starting as far back as the time of
Aristotle, have debated the subject of morality.
Different religions and governments have all, at
one time or another, decreed what they feel is
morally right or wrong. No one has yet been able
to come up with an answer suitable to everyone.
The Regents effort to raise standards smacks of
an attempt to passify angry parents and
legislators, apd also to regain a little credibility in
light of a lot of bad press.
No one is arguing that the incidents that
provoked the Regents ire were out of line. But an
attempt to go into the universities and define
right and wrong for college students isnt going to
stop things like this from happening.
Perhaps the Regents need to approve more
money for rape and sexual harassment awareness
or something equally as concrete instead of sitting
back and saying we have all descended into
barbarianism.
Make time
Tonight our fearless student senators are
meeting.
Not that it makes much difference to the
average student who usually pays no attention
to what senators are doing.
But tonight is special. Senators are undoubtedly
going to be confronted with more discussion on
an issue they assumed was a closed case
funding for the UF Lesbian and Gay Society
(UFLAGS).
Last week, senators denied UFLAGS $1,886 to
sponsor Gay Awareness Week. The gay group
was the only organization not to get any money
on an evening where senators spent $39,000 in
student money.
The whole incident should be an outrage to
students who have any concept of what it means
to be fair and unbiased. It should make students
wonder what group will be next to feel the
prejudice of the Student Senate.
Students should make it a point to attend the
senate meeting tonight at 7 in the Reitz Union to
let senators know the UFs students do not take
kindly to witch hunts of this kind.

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Complaints, excuses and pretenses

I have just finished reading Mary Dalys Gyn/Ecology:
The Metaethics of Radical Feminism, and while there is
much useful information and analysis in the book, the only
way for a male to express his full approval of her opinions
would be in the form of a suicide note (I know, I know the
book wasnt written so that males would approve of it). Daly
writes of men as some disgusting new subspecies, and her
interchangeable use of the terms male, patriarch, and
rapist, as well as the predominance of enslavement, war,
rape, poisoning and dismemberment metaphors to express
the condition of females not signed up for the Lesbian
. C.A. VEAL
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Separatist camps she endorses, reminded me of the white whitefaced
faced whitefaced anti-rape march on Fraternity Row some months ago.
I confess to having a bit more sympathy for the hecklers at
the march than I probably would if I knew any of them
personally. Honestly, opposition to rape is not one of our
more complex moral principles, and by making the march so
stridently anti-rape (with the smug sarcasm of posters like
Raping your sister is incest, as ts rapists would care), the
marchers were projecting the existence of some explicitly
pro-rape conspiracy within the bastions of maledom.
The hecklers obliged this phantasm, and while all were
undoubtedly letting their misogyny flap in the wind a bit,
much of their underlying resentment was directed against
the surefire moral superiority of the demonstrators. By
denouncing the most easily denounced manifestation of the
Creek systems initiatory .sado-rituals and their (just barely)
repressed sexual subtext, the marchers made it plain that
men as a group have a lot of shaping up to do. And since men
as a group have no history of shaping up upon request, the
protest can only have been intended for self-congratulatory
purposes.

Regarding Old Milwaukee beer, which, according to the
proud little blurb on the can, has been brewed since 1892:
SG should utilize UF
computer majors' time
Id]tor: Students! Check your wallets! Check your purses!
Are you a little low on cash? Has someone been in your
pocketbooks?
Last Tuesday, the Student Government (SG) passed out
$39,000 to a number of worthy causes. First and foremost
among these was SG themselves. They got $20,000 for two
IBM computers and someone to run them. What for? To
keep track of budget requests. To put this amount in per perspective,
spective, perspective, ask your major department: 1) if they have 20
grand invested in computer equipment and 2) what they
would do if they did have 20 grand to buy computer
equipment? v
SG senators, it is reasonable in 1984 that you have some
computing capability to manage your data problems. But
ask yourselves,what do you need and what is a reasonable
cost? $2,000 or less will buy you incredible computing
power, a few hundred more will buy you software packages
for word processing, data base management, and speed
sheets.
If you need custom software, talk to my colleague Roger
Elliot, Chairman of Computer and Information Sciences; he
has senior CIS majors dying to do senior projects designing,
developing, debugging and testing special purpose software
packages all free of cost! In other words, do what every
organization on this campus subject to limited funds does:
find out exactly what you need and find out haw to get it
with the least cost. The students that elected you will
congratulate you for your responsible leadership.
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The Almanac says that Milwaukee was only incorporated as
. a city in 1848, so Im puzzled as to what the Old refers to,
unless Milwaukeeans are prone to some freakishly ac accelerated
celerated accelerated rate of nostalgia. Or maybe the beer was originally
called Milwaukee. Or maybe the beer has been fer fermenting
menting fermenting in a large vat in the north woods since the Age of
Reptiles.

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So much has been made this year of George Orwells
prognosticate abilities in 1984 (brilliant marketing
strategy, that title) that it is worth reiterating that dystopian
novels set in the future articulate inequities suffered in the
past and present. The all-seeing television screens of Big
Brother and his electronic psycho-tortures have less to do
with a fear of the totalitarian state than with finding
technological correlatives for the fear of God that is
drummed into children for easier discipline. The Christian
God knows all, punishes all, and doesnt take any excuses;
the dictators Orwell proposes are mere secular imitations.

As irksome as TV movie critics can be when lamenting the
fact that none of us goes to sophisticated or "subtle
movies (words that may be translated as things I un understand
derstand understand that other people dont), it is when they relax and
have fun that they achieve the polluted discourse status of a
Reagan/Bush bumper sticker. Among the cliches used to
praise such popcorn chompers as Return of the jedi are
that you can park your brain at the door and let yourself
be dazzled by the pure magic of the spectacle. Imagine,
these reviewers have so internalized their self-images as the
guardians erf good taste and intellectual rigor that they now
see themselves as in a position to give us permission not to
think.
M By trying on what they view as the sensibilities of the
average moviegoer for a few minutes, they first prove
themselves to be one of the boys, secondly demonstrate their
flexibility and open-mindedness, and thirdly extend the
domain of their authority to cover all manner of lowbrow
foolishess. No longer can the critic be dismissed as a snob
who only likes Bergman film;; hes a brain-parker like
Of .course, in addition to his good taste, he also
has the commqn sense to know where, when, and how
(rften it is line (e.g. Rorky's ll). What is it in the mindset of movie critics
that makes them want to regulate the dissemination of a
> commercial art forfn they hold in contempt?
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By KAMN PHILLIPS
Alligator Staff Writer
Campus Organized Against Rape (COAR) conducted a
rape awareness seminar Monday night to an attentive crowd
at the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity house.
And Pi Lambda fraternity members reacted positively to
the seminar Monday night, according to COAR member
Tom Dignan.
Dignan said he was pleased with the reactions of the
fraternity members to the seminar, which was part of an
ongoing series of seminars at fraternities, sororities and
residence halls. <
Pi Lambda Phi became the center of a storm of criticism
earlier this year when UF officials suspended the fraternitys
social privileges after a UF freshman charged that six
fraternity members sexually assaulted her after a little
sister rush party.
The amount of positive feedback here tonight was
tremendous, Dignan said. Theres a lot of awareness
among these guys.
The seminar, titled Date Acquaintance Rape, featured a
digger film, called The Party. The film was stopped at
different moments, which triggered discussion on its
events. Discussion centered on communication between the
man and woman depicted in the film and how they handled
the various steps in beginning an acquaintanceship.
COAR, a student organization, has been sponsoring these
types of seminars since August 1982, said President Beth
Rlonm.

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weigh heavily on the final decision, Millsaps said.
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tributions contributions to their field over several years, Millsaps said.
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Bloom said the seminars are divided into three main
categories: sexual violence, safety and date acquaintance
rape.
Pi Lambda Phi invited COAR to present its program to
fraternity members and interested outsiders, Dignan said.
He also said this showed a positive step in light of last
semesters events at the fraternity house, where an alleged
gang-rape took place.
Claire Walsh, UF Infirmary counseling specialist, said
COAR presented its seminars as away of receiving feedback
from the public on changing social values, as well as
promoting its overall goal of decreasing sexual assault.
During the film and its breaks, several discussions ensued
as to the motives of the man and woman. The film, which
ended with the beginning of a rape scene, traced the
characters inter-communication, and its subsequent
breakdown.
Opinions from the largely male crowd ranged from
sympathy for the girl to comments that she was asking for
the consequences.
A discussion followed on the possibility of women
claiming rape with no basis to their accusations. An
unidentified member of the audience commented that it had
happened at Pi Lambda Phi last semester, but the subject
was not pursued after Bloom said only one-half of 1 percent
of all reported rapes turned out to be false accusations.
COAR will present its rape awareness seminar tonight at
Hume Hall at 7, and Bloom said all those interested are
welcome to attend.

Nominations can come from anywhere within the UF
community. However, Millsaps said most come from
department chairmen.
We usually receive between 10 and 20 nominations,
Millsaps said. All of the nearly 2,000 UF faculty members
are eligible to be nominated for the honor, he said.
Winners are often honored by being asked to speak at such
functions as graduation commencement ceremonies,
Millsaps said. Because of this, he said .faculty members take
the award seriously.'
This is the 14th year for the Teacher/Scholar of the Year
Award, first presented in 1960. The winner last year was
graduate research professor Charles Wagley, a member of
the anthropology department.

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I. alligator, tuesday, march 27,1984

STOLEN COMPUTER SOUGHT

UF police are investigating the theft of a
computer, and computer and office supplies
worth almost $4,000, from a campus
building last week, UF police reports
released Monday show.
The reports indicate that someone broke
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Education department Wednesday night or
Thursday morning of last week by prying
open a vent at the bottom of the door and
reaching up and unlocking the door. The
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Funding will stage a non-aggressive sit-in of the
Student Senate meeting tonight at 7 oh the third floor
of the Reitz Union. They will be doing this to protest
the senate's zero-funding of Gay Awareness Week.
FMma that wont piny the Onhs Mali dept.:
Kazablan, an Israeli musical film compared to West
Side Story, will be presented tonight at7 in the Reitz
Union Auditorium. It's free.
Fma with Justice: Bishop Mortimer Arias,
formerly in Bolivia, will speak tonight on Peace with
justice in Latin America. Be at the Univenity United
Methodist Church at 7:30. Arias, who now teaches at
Claremont, is sponsored by the Florida United
Methodist Church.

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Leading Employers Is
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One of the largest employers in the U.S. is accepting applications
and scheduling appointments
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citizenship is required.
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"The Sights and Sounds of Israel"
Plaza Celebration
Music Dancing Food Exhibits
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Today noon-2 p.m.
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Follow the tape
measure to the
"hottest body
in Gainesville"
The whole thing is a fun thing. We don't go
for anyone smart. I mean they don't have to
say anything.'
Walter Shoepf
By LORI CAMPMU.
Alligator Staff Writer
Laura Neubauer walked onto center stage at Winnies
Lounge. She was alone, just her and her bikini and the red
rose she clutched in her hands. She walked across the stage,
took a couple of turns and started back. There, on the far
side of the stage, waited a man. The man with the tape
measure. The man who would yell some of Neubauers most
personal statistics in front of nearly 200 spectators.
34, 24Vi, 34, the voice boomed over the loudspeaker.
The crowd cheered while Neubauer slowly took her place in
line with the other 11 contestants contestants who would
have to face the same tape measure.
The contestants never spoke a word never had to this
is the Hottest Body in Gainesville contest, where rippling
muscles and curvaceous bods were two winners tickets to
San Francisco.
Walter Shoepf, Winnies food and beverage manager who
ran the contest, said it was exactly what the name says: a
search for the hottest bodies in Gainesville, male and female.
Brains take a back seat.
The whole thing is a fun thing, Shoepf said. We dont
go for anyone smart, I mean they dont have to say
anything.
And although the contestants could have spoken if they
were asked to (eight of the 12 finalists are UF students) they
werent. Body was what the judges wanted, and plenty of

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Craig Hanson works diligently to get the correct
finals of the hottest body in Gainesville.
body was what the judges got.
Neubauer said she never would have entered the contest
without the urging of her sister and boss at work.
At first I thought it was going to be a bad contest, she
said. But I went the first week and saw how it was and I
thought it was very classy.
Neubauer got her wish. She won the female title. She is,
according to seven judges, the hottest body in Gainesville.
Kevin Light, 21, describes himself as beefy. But is beefy
good on the way to becoming the hottest body in
Gainesville? Light had his doubts.
I think Im the beefiest here. I was kind of worried that I
might be too big because they said it was not a body building
contest, Light said before the finals.
But thats what it turned out to be, the 6-foot-, 200-
pound Light said.
He won.
After he won, Light said he went out and ate so much food
he almost got sick. For five days before the contest, he ate

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only grapefruit, apples and salads.
So Neubauer and Light are on their way to San Francisco,
a three-day trip being the grand prize. But light gat
something even more. A kiss from his female counterpart,
Neubauer.
It was nice, he said. Her lips were soft.
And then there were the losers. Though the majority of the
contestants said they entered the contest just because it
would be fun, animosity was creeping into the room by the
end of the night.
Third place male, Agostino Rodrigues, felt a little rejected
with the results.
I was surprised at the guy who got second, Rodrigues
said. Presence-wise, he didnt have too much of a posing
figure. I didnt think his measurements were better than
mine.
But life goes on for the 10 losers. After all, they did make it
all the way to the finals. And it cant be that bad to be able to
tell your friends that you are the lukewarmest body
in Gainesville.

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FOR RENT
OsublsupwithooommotoerSpou**
In our 2 bedroom apt
Starling at only $193.00 month
I manta* Bittont* 12mon*lapses
OlhtrApli AvaMobit
From SI A3.00
Villag* Apts
110NW39lhAv*.
3763988
5-8-75-1
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ApartmcnA
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373*2505 for Detail*
13l9W.Univ.AM.
5-0 W
New Pool Wall to Santa Fe, Unfurnished 1 4
2 BR, $3454295, $125 Sec., Laundry or W/O
Hookup, Santa Fe Trace Apt*. 378-1190. 5-
S-79-t
Oak Glode Unfurnished Moor UF and VA. 1
Br, 2 BR 2BR 28, Loundry or W/D Hookup.
$225-285, $125 See BIMR Phono 372-6422.
5-8-75-1
Subsidized for families 1,2,3 bedroom Apts
378-9135. 5-8-71-1
Archorwoodt, 1 bdrm townhooso or 2 bdrm
fwtto apt., bike to UF pets ok, 6 momh
1 eases, sublets available, $265 to $360 mo.
Contemporary Management, Broker, 373-
8727 or 378-6663. 4-2368-1
Granfwood, 2 bdrm 2 bath townhouse, split
floor plan, poddte fan, washor, dryer
hookup, loundry room, roquetboll, bike to
VA. Comtomporary Atonagement, Broker,
372-0300 or 3786663. 4-23-68-1
New Cedor Ridge Villas, pool, roquetboll,
tennis, basketball, loundry room, 1 or 2
bdrm units, paddle fan, dishwasher,
washer, dryer hookup, only $2504350 per
mo. Pets OK, 6 month leases Contemporary
Management Broker, 3786663, 372-5765.
4-2366-1
Campus Land, walk to compws, 1 bdrm
townhouse, unique loft, high beam ceiling,
includes water, sewer, loundry room, $250
month Contemporary AAonogement Broker
3786663 0r373-0067. 58-56-1
2 Ml Apts. Remodeled 3 Blks. from Nor Norman.
man. Norman. Garage, Roman shodes, heat, A/C
children welcome, no dogs, no cots. $260
mo. 374-8719. 4-2368-1
WOODRIVER
Free Cable T.V.
Close to Compus
$l2O/mo. each
2 persons min.
920 SW Depot
Coll 3776474
1-30-58-1
OLYMPIA
Free Cable T.V.
Very dose to Campus
slls/mo. each
2 persons min.
1100SW8 Ave
Call 3776474
3-30-52-1
BARGAIN
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un. DOCXOOm
Central city location
Central air/heal
Cleon* Quiet
Free Cable T.V.
Only *195. Coll Mgr.
10a.m. -1 p.m.
3754131
3-
WOWII 180 *199 CM. heat, w/w carpot.
laundry. Watar pd. Villas* Wal ApH. 800
NW 18th Av*. Taka9*St. Nfrom 14th Ave.
3758376, 3756173. 529-10-1
OASIS AITS
Near BuHar Plcaa
1 and 2 Bedrooms Summer Rates
From *275.00 377-3149.
4-
LOOKING FOR A HOME
A vary me, ctaan homo lor
a nice fomilyl 3 BR 1 Bad).
NW family neighborhood Only $395.
tease raquired. CoH 377-6789
W.D.MasonCo., ItaoHor.
530-151
STOP and MUFfY
Gat n together in a nice, quiet 1 bdrm turn
$215. unfum. S2OO. Flexible Imm
availabl*. Fori Gian 272 S SW 27th Ava.
3761248. 4-11-20-1
VILLAGE PARK
FRENCH QUARTER
hoe special summer raSee on
1 i 2 bdrm opto. I mil* to UF
3763771
4-35361
No laaaa claaa in 2/1 W townhouse* *295
r ronces swnn ssony snc. wofUA jf twttt.
530-11-1
Pvt. Badroom in 3 bsdpom apt Country
Manor Apia. On# *W uMHtaa, Fima bad,
CaH 371-7963aftar 6pm. 529-161
SUBLET MAY I tan, Mid Aug. Pfuah full him
1 bdrm Piccadilly Apia pool, convan laundry
Gmardaol, Call law 371-097$ ova*. 527-5
1 i' ,-s;

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APT #SO sublet tlbVmo (la mon 509* off).
Start May or faiar. Faa hleda tram UP. CoB
Han U #3859001 537-51
Hava your own badroom In a turn badroom
apt a* eequMto Ptccadrtl, ap*t $l4O par
month plua util. Starting May I, 3763831
Ron. 527-51
Lorga 1 bdrm apt with patio half o blade
from tbapa an bu* rout* *235/mo, avail
3/23 lota of Imaa X-nka. CoH 4934406
local. 527-51
VIZCAYA; 2 bdrm 1 ba for sublet MAY-AAY
no aac dap *340 mo pool, e0un0...*767282.
43-161
Sublaaaa 1 badroom apartmant pool,
laundry, fumlahad 1130 SW 16 Ava *369
(watar aid ("fry d*T"- 1 included) call
3757285/372-7555. 527-51
Sublet or taka avar laaaa for summer 2 br/2
both, sum, AC carpal, or Vlltaga Apt On bus
n, oho w/ pad. *l9O + Vi util. Cotl 376
7730. 527-61
MUST SUBLET SW APT MAY 1- AUG 15 3bd 2
bath *3OO rrrtb + H mlh FREE Coll 3765593
45161
LUXURY
2 bdrm 2 bath apt far rant. Now carpal and
drapes. CoH 371-2655. 527-61
SUBLET for SUMMER
Country Gordon, largo 1-badroom walk ta
VA, Stands. rag rant *275, aublat far *l9O,
371-1735. 527-61
lorga 2 badroom apt, control AC/HEAT,
wdl to wail carpal, drapes, loundry
focitlliM. naar UF. Shanda, VA *250 00
month Coll 378-1255 527-61
FURNISHED
1 bdrm apt excellent location, 1 Wk from
law school for summer months. $165/mo
Coll 371-7413. 3*27-5-1
Sublet really nice 2 bdrm 2 bath Wind Windmeadows
meadows Windmeadows Apt, available April Ist or after
thru July 31st. Wee negotiable. 371-0519.
3-27-5-1
Large 2 bdrm apt. Neatly furnished con convenient
venient convenient to UF and downtown no pets
students welcome. $275.00 mo, 376-5957,
3754)927. 3-27-5-1
Only S9O-120 per month 2-3 fern, needed to
sublet large sum. 2 bedroom apt. for
summer Walk to campus. Coll 371-2582. 3-
27-5-1 b.
Sublet 3 bedroom air, pets OK in NE side
$400.00 and 1/3 util. Also music theory
Lessons wanted 377-4461. 3-27-4-1
March Free ocroes from Shonds 8 VA Sublet
rm m 2 bdrm apt or sublet entire apt.
Summit House Apt H-2 Call off. or coll 378-
1540 pm. 3-30-7-1
SUMMER BARGAINS Brand new complex
dose to UF has a few openings for summer summerrent
rent summerrent by April 15 and save on foil rentals.
One and two bedroom opts. Call 377-0555.
46-12-1
LUXURY CONDO
Somerset Vitloge Condo. Across from VA 8
krwn Acaal Inrw6a .1 4- .1
nos nosp. urwi i oca non tof OOCTOfS,
nuraas and mad students *475 mo. 375
9041. 5367-1
LARGE I BORM vary Mca wo* in closet
watar paid, cam air, *240 (email pat antra).
Bat Air Apia 636 NW 26 Av 3751499, 376
6173. 52561
ACROSS FROM VA, 2 b*m In Wtlliarraburg,
sublet for only *306 mo, March froe,
furniture avail., no dapaait. Call 3774451.
kaap trying. 52661
Large 2 badroom apt. w/pool view from
May 1 thru July 31 only *390.00 Total CoH
376-8934. 62661 /
APT. 3 mi las from U.F. oompus, 2 bodroom
1 both, *290 a month available in May. CoH
3767106. Ask for John or Jaff. 52661
Fem roommate for rammer. Start May 1. 3
blocks to campus. Apt is sum. large
badroom*. Call 3769186 for datolls.
*l5O/mo. 52661
Sublease far May thru Aug. Village Park apt
close ta compus 2 bdrm 1 bath fully fur furnished
nished furnished *335.00 month Call 372-7267. 626
61
SUMMER SUBLET 1 bdrm/1 both apt. Unfurn
pool and laundry mat May l-July 31 w/
option I mi to U.F.. $215 mo Call 3765341.
62661
FREE FURNITURE
Oak Forest sublet for summer with option to
take over lease. Beautiful 2 bdrm, 2 bo with
new carpet, overlooking pool. Coll 375-
8783. 3-27-4-1
Sublet: Summer C-l bdrm- SW area 4 blocks
to UF pool, laundry, bbq. $172.50/mo + V
util, Colt Philippe 376-5646 for details. 3-30-
7-1
OAK FORESTS
SUBLET for SUMMER 3 bdrm. townhouse.
Wosh./Ory. Price negotiable. Tennis, pool,
souno, wght. rm., $ more. 373-8781. 3-29-
5-1
4 Biles to UF
w/kISWsw 6 fereftere. SM6IM/ete.
Ph. *7l-I*ll. 62561
Sublet May 1-August
2 bdrm. 114 bolhtouni townhouse, pets.
Phaenia Apt., prlvots backyard. Coll Heidi
3768227 early PM. 629-61
SUBUT-SUMMER
I b*m FHcodilly Apr. May I-Aug 15.
*346m0. 3760723. 62*4-1

N THE FINES Subtat bedroom
townhouse May 1. Sauna, tennis courts,
lagging path. CaH37B-068 or 371-9375. 5
2561 <'
Famala Boommota noodad for Summer
*l4O a month 3768356. 627-61
ONE MONTH HR
Sublease lorga I badroom. 1 bib.
fownhouao. I u r n
*295/mdv No Dopootl Required. CoH 376
4536Aftar 6p.m. 62561
Summarl 2 room* for rant in lg. house
| MMk Oh f-4 m i
Owobwii wennor, oryer,
dhhwgshor. *196m0. + 1/4 utilities. CoH
371- 62*4-1
Two rooms avoUabi* hi a big hausa naar
campus, big yard, oH modsm com comvanleneoA
vanleneoA comvanleneoA ona room available now. other
in April, groat dool, come and see, coil 375-
0130. 62561
OAK FOREST: Sublet far summer 2 bedroom,
2 bath with fall option. Price negotiable.
Call 3774470. 6256-1
Gaineavitle Gordon Townhouse*. Now
paint, sum, carp, appliance*, pool, weight
room. Individual Isos as. *l7O for Sum A or
Sum B. *340 for Sum C 1231 S.W. 3rd Ava.
372- 46161
Apt. tublaota for summer. 2 bdrm, 1 bib,
pool, call 373-6371 option for fall. Pkodttly
Apia. 629-61
Sublet far summer Female own room in
Stoneridge townhouse 1/3 utilities (150 par
month stoning May I si. Call 373-6207. 629-
61 ; V VSTONERIDGE
STONERIDGE VSTONERIDGE
Sublet 2BR/2Bath luxury apt. poolside
great apt tor summar-w/foll option. 371-
2199. 629-61
Sublet May-Aug
Hawaiian Village 1 BR unfurnished. 371-
3405. 3-29-5-1
Sublet May thru Aug. Comft full furn 1 bdrm
at Pinewood for $238/mo. Located in quiet
NWGnv. contact Tom 371-7066. 3-30-5-1
Quaint & Location
2 bdrm/1 bath duplex, 1 blk. from Tigers,
wood floors, fireplace, $350/mo, available
May 1, Coll 375-0557. 3-28-3-1
Save money on present lease. 1 bdrm 1
bath ot the Village. Pool, tennis, laquetball,
etc $240 mo Ist, last. 378-2984. 3-30-5-1
Washer 8 Dryer included in 2 bdrm 2 V 4
bath luxury townhouse. $495/mo, available
foil. 378-2948 or 375-1616. Fenced
backyard. 3-30-5-1
* MAY FREE*
Sublease summer a/b Oak Forest own
bedroom in beautifully furnished 3 bdrm 2
V* twnhs $166 + 1/3 utilities Too Much Fun!
377-9902. 3-30-5-1
PICCADILLY unfurn. one bedroom. Sublet
Moy-Aug/option to renew. Pool, loundry.
Close to shopping. Coll 376-8434. $275/mo.
3-30-5-1
SUMMER SUBLET
Only $350 for entire summer (May Aug 15)
in Gatorwood. Unfurn 2 bdrm, 1 both apt.
pool, tennis, sauna, option for fall. Call
371-2139. 3-27-2-7
SUBLET Summer 2 bdrm IV* bath townhouse
on pool, by VA 8 Shonds. Coll 395-8284. 3-
30-5-1
Sublet for Summer, May 1 thru Aug 15 1
bdrm Piccadilly Apt. Close to UF. One
month FREE. Coll 373-7451. 3-28-3-1
TAN IN PRIVATE-sublet 1 bdrm in spacious
well fum'd 2 bdrm SW ctyd apt-must be
neat-perf for summer May-Aug make my
roommates day 11 Jeff 375-1965 onytime. 3-
28-3-1
2 BLOCKS FROM UF sublet own room to
summer share kitch., bath AC Just $l3O mo
nogot. Keet trying 378-5972. 4-6-10-1
Sublet til Aug 1 bdrm furn in spocious house
$1)0 mo + 1/5 utilities IVk mi to campus
Juke 377-5233. 3-30-5-1
Available May t 8 Aug 15 Spocious 2 bdrm
apt in quod at 615 8 625 SW 11th In Con Convenient
venient Convenient to UF in quiet peocefuf area on
culdesoc Lg kit, diving area, W/D look up,
outdoor storage. Pest Control. Prof. Mgt
$350372-0633,377-6789. 4-23-21-1
AWESOME Master bdrm, in 3 bdrm
townhouse. own bath, roquetboll courts,
souno. pool, on bus route SIBO per mo.
Negotiable May thru Aug. 371-3392 David.
3-30-5-1
CLOSE TO CAMPUS
3 blks from campus 2 bdrm-fireploce, nice
and roomy tublsase summer with opt for
fall $275/mlh. 371-1848. 3-30-5-1

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* # e U/B JI.L-..L--
IvwniHXrlV-aawnt Hrn, 4 IBfl WwTlel,
dbpaeal, w/d hookup., 2 pool*, 3 laundry
rm. tonnla fcourte, touna. CoH aftar S RM
377-0990. 63661
moenix x or oupwx, sioroge room, Kivcnen
oquippad, canfrol A/C, dropat, tkyUght.
privet* yard. *3lO. GaH 373-7959. 63661
FEM. oubtal aummar w/ option ta taka over
laaaa. IN THE PINES. 1 bdrm In 3 bdrm 3
both *199 NN + 1/3 mil. Coll 3761343. 6
3661
VlHag* Apia Famala nonamokar, Fumbhod
Ape, own room *l4O mo for Summer Call
3763944. 63661
Phoenix Duplex Apt 3 bdrm, availabl*
nmiso. iqMippso wxnsn, *roVwge roo^n,
corpets, drapes, privoto fenced bock yard
S3OO 372-7939 eve. 3-303-1
HEY Sublease bdrm of 3 bdrm opt. for entire
summer. Fully furnished, w/ cable, too.
SIOO mon. Coll Mike at 3736575. 3-30-5-1
10 blocks to compus: 1 bdrm, 1 both house
,I|i| k- fl., .... It lit t
wiiti narawooa rioors, Tirepioce ceiling ion
+ larg* front porch. *230 month 3769869.
63661
Subtol Landmark I bdrm I both apt
*270/mo Ml Aug w/ renew option Clot* to
UF, Shanda and VA Call 3763032 far mar*
info. 63661
STONERIDGE
Luxury Apts
Large, modern 1,2,3 btfrm unit pool, touna,
duck pond and much mor* 3000 SW 34H> Si.
3761121. 62641-1
Let's Haagle
Luxurious French Quarter Townhouse w/
bathroom. Honest Aft Used Apt. for
sublease. 371-7723. 3-28-2-1
SUBLET SUMMER Lg 1 bdrm unfum-Pkcodilly
opts. Clean, quiet. May 1-July 31 w/ option.
371-051 $225. 4-2-5-1
Roommate needed for master- bdrm in a
nice three bdrm house includes own both in
NW. G'ville $l5O/mo + 1/3 util. CoH 373-
9225. 4-2-5-1
Summer Sublet* Own room in 3 bdrm apt.
$ 148/mo Maracaibo Manor-near Butler
Plaza. No deposits. Call Kelly 373-5170. 4-
2-5-1 <
SUBLET Spocious Townhouse, 2 bdrm, 116
both. May End of July, option to loose,
some furniture, will negotiate, 371-9333
after 6. 4-2-5-1
SUBLET 1 BR spocious apt. bike to UF, pool,
tennis, walk in closet. Private patio. Avail.
May 1, $287, foil opt. 376-8280 after 3. 4-9-
10-1
* *Ook Forest* Sublet o spocious 2
bdrm/2 bath opt for summer with option for
foil. Rent negotiable 371-4396. 4-2-5-1
Apt 2 bedroom 1 both 18 SW 3 Ave Phi-463-
6371. 3-29-3-1
Great Bargain. Dose to compus, 2 bedroom
$290/month 8 no deposit. Available for
subleasing in May. Coll 373-7266 after
7:oopm. 3-29-3-1
Sublease in Gatorwood 1 bdrm furnished
from May 1 to Aug 10 $326 negotiable 371-
6267. 4-2-5-1
Sublease 1 bdrm in 2 bdrm/2balh
townhouse. Only 16 mile from UF compus in
clean SW area. $98.75/ mo -f 1/4 util. 371-
STACEY. 4-2-5-1
WHAT A STEAL
Sublet your own huge room In NW A Av*
boo*#. Oriel neighborhood summer w/
option for foil $ spring M/F call Jim at 377-
SA9oHurryt 62-61
Sublease beautiful 2 bed. furn. apt. in
Piccadilly. Available May 1. $440 mo Coll
375-3969 or 371-9782. 3-364-1
WALK TO UFI Studio $l9O 23 bdrm $270
pool, watar paid available now or fall
University Apt, 411 NW ISSI 371-0749, 376
6173. 4-661
WOW! Largo 2 bdrm wood floor, walk to
UFI $275 watar pd pot, ok laundry ok
Pork lane Apt, 1316 SW 13 St. 3761930 376
6173. 4-2-61
Subteas* one bdrm. apt. unfurnished,
month of May FRff Coll Chariot 3769205. 4-
661
Move in nowl 2 bdrm 2 bo Country Village
Apt. Beautiful, spacious, clean, law uhl.
pool, laundry. 1 mi to UF. Coll 372-6138 or
Malania 3762301. 62661
SriWoaao for summer Piccadilly Apis,
unfurnished, 1 bedroom suidio. *240/mo.
Coll 371-9782 or 3763969. 3-364-1

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*229/mnlh aftar A pm 3760998. 63661
Apt 2 badroom 1 both 18 SW 3rd Av* Ph 1-
4666371. 62661
ROOMMATES
BEHIND NORMAN HAU, Sublet two rooms
in 4 bdrm house, for summer A or L
Reasonable price for rent and utilities. CoH
John or Mike at 377-8733 for details. 4-26-
19-2
HAWAIIAN VILLAGE
Own bedroom $l5O mo. No security
deposit-August free Coll Larry 375-5307
after7p.m. 3-29-7-2
Roommate needed immediate occupancy
in nice townhouse $170.00 mo Vfc utilities
master bdrm w/ balcony. Call 377-
8521/377-0322 keep trying! 4-3-10-2
FEMALE SUBLET Summer Woodgato Manor
May-Aug- share lg mstr bdrm, unfurn,
balcony, pool. sllO/mo (neg) Coll 375-
6606. 3-27-5-2
Female rmmt. wanted. Large bedrm in
spacious Vizcaya Apts. Great Deoil Bike to
campus or take bus. Call 377-6731 day
11:30-2 or evening 7-11 Ask for Lisa. 3-307-
2
SERIOUS FEM RMMTE needed to shore 2
bdrm apt. $l4O -f Vt util. Call Lynne 377-
8187. 3-28-5-2
Nonsmoking M/F for own bdrm in large two
bdrm Comelot Apt. Good study environ.
Fireploce, HBO $192 month -t- 1/2 util Ed
377-8610 even. 3-30-7-2
SUMMER
Roommate needed for Lg. master bdrm in
furn. 2 bdrm 1 B apt. Walk to campus-rent
neg. Colli 378-9041. 3-30-7-2
FREE Oak Forest Mrch-Apr F nonsmkr share 3
bdrm opt wash/dry. Opt for summer and
fall 1/3 util + $l6B/mo Call 375-1627. 3-
28-5-2
Female roommate needed to share room in
a two bedroom apt. No sec. deposit,
Gatorwood Apts. Just $125 o month. Coll
373-2671. 3-28-5-2
Mole rmmt own room w/ balcony 2bdrm 1
Vi both townse HBO oil furn but your rm
only $l6O mo Morch Free move in today
376-2137 (after 5) 3-28-5-2
FALL: Share 2 bdrm, 1 V* bath Mobile home
in S.W. Area. Own room, bike or bus to UF
$ 150/mo + Vi util. Call Tim 372-5221. 3-28-
5-2
F or M roommates wonted (summer) Village
Pork Apt. Close to campus $84.00 month
fully furnished. Coll 372-7267. 3-28-5-2
Female roommate needed to share 2 bdrm
2 both apt storting May 1. For more info.
Call 378-9322. 3-27-4-2
Roommate wanted. Spacious NW home,
close to UF first and last mth rent + 1/4 util.
NO LEASEI Call 376-7093 after spm. 3-27-4-
2 / 1
Fem. wonted for furn. master bed + bath in
cozy NW home close to law school
microwave, fireploce, W+D. No smokers
or pets. Must stay summer. $165 mo. + 1/3
util. Kris 377-5484. 3-27-3-2
Sublet May-Aug mole non-smoker share rm
in 2 bdrm apt behind Norman Hall.
$75/month + 1/3 util 378-6633. 3-29-5-2
All summer-responsible female own room
close to UF, inexpensive + Vk utilities. 377-
6539. 3-29-5-2
2-3 F rmmts wanted for lg 2br 2ba apt. in
Williamsburg Vitloge. Great location dose
to compus 8 Shonds. Low util! 377-3848
after 5. 4-11-14-2
JULY FREE!
Maxtor br. in 3 br. apt. Own bath and great
roomies, pool, loundry 6 only $l3B a
month Available May 1. Call 3764172. 6
30-6-2
Female Roommates Wanted! Brand new
home on bus line. Washer/Dryer,
everything! 2 rooms avail. $l5O a month.
Call evening, 8 weekend,. 371-2072. 630-
62
SUBLET for Sommer A and 8 with option Foil
ease Fully furnished, washer, dryer,
coble, 'A utilities, nonsmoking, close to
campus. *162.50 mo. neg. 377-2959. 4-26
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Nssd o tompfltlMf living situation? Call
371-1499. 4-3-15-1
WANTED; 1 roommate w/ or w/o an apt
do** to campus for lb, fall of 'B4. Plaaw
coll 3760406 627-162
Ragancy Oaio-2 mala rma. nssd, dip shore
spocious mastorbdrw/wo Ik-incloaatkprv
both, for summer 8/or fad. 3766037 Bill. 6
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SUM. THE VILLAGE. OWN 8 In 4-8. NO
daposil. Fum, Otohwaahar, fra* parties,
Rec. Fedl. Coll now 371-3494. 6296-2
OWN LARGE BDRM in furnished 2 bdrm
townhouse Female rnimf for summer.
Ckae to campus. JtSVmonlh. Call 376
9020. 627-62
March Free
Female roommate wanted own room NW
area house. Fenced yard, slll mo. + 1/3
ut. Coll 377-7318 or 377-7087. 3-27-3-2
MILL RUN F nonsmoking rmmt wanted to
share 2 bdrm furn. condo for summer
ond/foM. Wash/dry, $l5O + util. 371-1564
after6p.m. 3-30-5-2
* AAAY FRff*
Sublease summer a/b Oak Forest.
Own bedroom in beautifully furnished
3br 2V*b twnhs $l6O +l/3 utilities.
Too AAuch Funl
377-9902
3-30-5-2
Needed now roommate to shore apt in
Quadro. 2 blocks from campus. $125 + Vi
utilities. Large + own room. 371-7142 eves.
3-30-5-2
Summer: Fum: IVi both: shag carpet:
fenced porch: dshwasher: close bike to UF:
two story: coll Jackie 372-2963 or 377-7105:
Pheonix Duplex Dvlpmt: $l5O mo. 3-28-3-2
Fem roommate needed own room furn.
noar compus $113.50/mo. + 1/3 utH. 377-
8935. 3-29-4-2
Studious F roommate wonted Tor summer,
own roorrT in 2 bdrm house. 1 mi. from
campus. $145 mo. Coll 373-9412. 3-30-5-2
FEMALE:
Spocious 2 bdrm apt. w/an amply bdrm (
pool. Good Deoil 377-1846. 3-3662
r,
Own room in nica 3br/2taath houas naar
Albertsons. Equipped with wshr/efryar,
dishwshr. $l5O/mo. + 1/3 util. Call Kevin
371-2701. 63662
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Female wanted to shara two badroom apt.
for the summer. Apt t, nice and hat a pool.
If interested, call 377-4947. 63662
IN THE PINES
Roommate needed for summer. Own room,
3 br. townhouse. Beautifully furnished
poolside location. Close to compus. Coll
377-5026. 63662
Avail May 1: Own room in 3 bdrm 2 both
house located in quiet F* neighborhood,
wash/dry, 216 mi fm compus, *155/mo +
1/3 util. Call 3767959. 4-2-62
SUMMER TERM C ~
Plenty of room in this 1 bdrm, 1 bath apt
dose to campus + VA. Rec rm 6 pool.
Really nice! *152/mo Coll 376-8136. 4-2-62
AUGUST FREE *l5O/mo Summer roommate
wanted, begin May. 1 bdrm in a 2 bdrm
Apt. 10 mm wolk to Shonds 378-8393 636
62
Female roommate. Own-bedroom at
Country Village *l3B/mo Start May 1 thru
Aug 15 Gas/AC 8 close to campus 376
2308 after spm. 6662
Female rmmt for May to August 2 bdrm 2
both furn pool. 1 mile toUF *108.75 month
& l/4uti(. 3768609aekforNanci. 62-62
BRANDYWINE 1 or 2 rmmt* wonted to share
Master bdrm/both Apt available April 27-
pool, sauna, wt roam, on butri. 371-2650.
62-62
Summer sublet in Sunbay. Own 1 rm oF 2
brfrm apt. Moy-Aug. S!7O/mo + 1/2 util.
Call 3765288 62-62
HAWAIIAN VILLAGE 2 nonsmoking female
rmmtos for 3 bdrm/2balh apt starting fall
Bike to UF, pool, loundry. 3761968. 629-6
2
Roommates, M or F, .needed for 4 bdrm
houee. Furnished with wash/dry. Only
*135/mo + util., no leas* Close to compus
Coll 371-60341 6662
Roommate wonted for sum a,b or both SW
area *135 month 14 utilities furnished own
room. CoH Dove or William 377-9748
anytime. 4-2-52

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Oaks apis. $l9O -f Vi util. CoR Pool at 371
3535 furnished. pool, tannis, lowest font
posuble. *2-32
Desperate Female
noodt to tubiot Vi of 2 bdrm apt to fm thru
Aug 10. Next to comptrt. *l3O o month. CoM
379-4969. *232
SUMMBI (and aflor if dodtod) ono br auail.
in 2 bdrrn/1 bo* opt noar OTJomo. A/C,
Mato. $l5O/mo + util. 371-9370. 33032
REAL ESTATE
3btdraom I V 4 bo* townhouso NW
poohymnnit court* pah job w/d on
promho* oc/h low 40'* owner financing.
379-3399 or 373-9990 *23403
* TRAJLFR for *oio 1 br/chtdy
NoxttoUF/Shandt
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375-4520. (onytimo) *4-203
1 mil* to UR 1972 moblto homo 12X90
complotoly fumishod 2 Br, 1 Bo*, ahod
W/D. 2 AC uni*, control hoot. 377-7937
oftorlpm. 330-133
Mobile Homo 12 X 943 bdrm. I M b, noor
VA/Shonds, largokHchan/tlvingroom, lOX
10 thod, AC/Heat, now kitchen counter,
frki Inc. $99903731731 330-113
1 milel of Uof F, 4 bdrm 2 both. Quiet with
big Iroot noxt to wooded area. 1761 9M
39th Ave. Rant $690/mo. or buy option.
Realtor 377-0030. 333103
tlnpelown 2br I bo. on
hotbor, Noor ocean. Direct from G*vltie-
Aerocooch. $390 wic (904)427-1394 or HaU.
TO Box 1490 Now Smymo Roach. R 32099.
*13193
Attic Loft 6 Biles to U.F.
Nontmoklng terloin tludent. All utilities pd.
3193m0. Realtor 377-0030. 330-103
3 bd home off 1-75. Fence yard. Coot. A/C,
Quiet Si., nice area, carport, wath/dryer
hookup. s39a/mo. Realtor. 377-0020 330-
103
Mobile Home 4 txfrm. I bath, 12X6fc
excellent condMorv con h/a. groat
iocatiorvthopping. biking. 3111 SW 34th St.
f, 371-1461, $0990. 32393
12X64 Skyline on nice lot in Wind WindmeodowA
meodowA WindmeodowA fenced yard, awning, thod, 2
bedrooms, 2 baths, splihpton, control A/H,
dean s6soofurnished. 3773423. 33043
Attume s2ll/mo P 9 I 3 bdrm I ba CB 9W
cent air/heat, sunken living room, fenced,
Seed 100X110yard$36,900 3733005;393
19410x143. 33033
AAA mobile homo of merit 2 bdrm/2 bath
14 X 70. furnished, woshar/drybr; a/c,
owning; ihlngied roof. Ready to move in.
324,900 3723290 33043
FOR SALE
Rrrchoto/leose l$M Display* System w ww/o
w/o ww/o printer. 3733391 between 9 and 12
om. *23404
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371-1461 grey female, 1 yr of* friendly,
w/hondmado 3 X 2 X 2 cage 5 many ac acoostories.
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sole 1 professional drafting table. Stand
3140 negotiable evenings. 3713963.
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FURNITURE
Desks, tables, choirs t much mote.
Oettvary available. The Office Mori
690 NE 23rd Ave. 3737911
330434
the Secret of CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS'
succea It simple. We have the lowest prices
on the bast products and service. For 13
yaart id experience and expertise too Kon
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2000. 33734
Sofas. Rods; Chests, Dinetts Sets. Kit Kitchenware.
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Main St BROWSE SHOPPE. *9414
MdNIOSH stereo equipment for talel Coll
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SERIOUS inquiries only! 328-34
NINA'S NOOK has drafting tablet, computer
stands, desks 4 shelving beds, stereo 6
video carls unfinished 4 finished wood 4
quality used furniture 818 W University next
to Toco Sell. 377-6700. *23304
MISTRAL comp. Saifaoard ox. cond. $690
toko off wavo/iump board S9OO, Maul
funboard SIOOO. All complete Vince 473
4081 329-104
Nice mobile home close in take over pads,
and rent 5 wooded acres S9O or buy Frances
Mann Reolity Inc. Realtor 37*4999. 344
114
1932 Hondo Urban Express. Helmet and lock
included. Law mileoge Asking $290. 373
4091 327-34
HAMMOCKS: Comfortalbe cool, colorful
hondmode In Yucatan Grande: $29 extra
Grande $35 various colon Ph: 481 -2922 4-5
104
NEWII Still in boxes sharp RT-100 Dobly
caseine decks reg $129 new $99 Dish Dishwasher
washer Dishwasher record cleaners D 4 liquid NOW $9.
371-1762 327-31
2- Jenson SO home stereo speakers 70 watts
par channel. Cabinet* measure 30" X 19Vk"
X I3H". thorn, 2 tweeter* 14" woofer. Cost
$760, new. asking $425 00 Call 372-5608. 3
2744
KHRGERATOR
GE white single door works perfect
delivered $l3O Coll Rick 377-9611 329-74
LUDWIG
5 pc condition 372-5881. 327-54
BX2I IBR, mobile home, Vk miles to
Shan*, SI3OO or beet offer, good deal. CoM
3754224, after 5910, keep trying. 32334
Moped $395
CoM Don 3724715 32324
Elegant natural mink Pole styled by
famous Miami Beach furrier perfect
condition arig. S2OOO for $390. Coll Susan
01378-8628. 329-34
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Sleep & Dream
Japanese cotton futon moltrstsss
Zafu meditation pillows,
yoga mob
Antique silk kimonos
natural fibre sloop canter'
1913SW13St,
104Tuee-Sat.
33364
Blanch! Limited 12 *psod. light weight weightelectric
electric weightelectric blue-excellent condition, only 6
mon old-$375 or bast offer-Cdll Tom at 373.
86991 327-34
Men's 10 tpeed bike for sale. Sura perfect.
Not even a yeor old. SBO or best offer takes
it. MustseM. Coll Eddy at 3739285. 3-27-34
Queen size bed almost new Cost S4OO one
year ago, sell for $l9O now. Perfect mat mattress
tress mattress does nos fit dorm. Coil 3784296 keep
trying 327-34
Amplifier-lob Series IS, 100 watts, 2-12's.
Will negotiate. Coll Bill 372-0949. 33334
Moving must sell I Scon 37SR, Technics SI 3
303, Optimus TllO S6OO price nego. Only 1
year old and in great shape Coll $784673.
3-

Psmrey Basic 40 bass/guitar amplifier.
$29000 or best reasonable offer. Call 373
7342 otk for Mark. 33334
Remmington manuol typawritar, S6O Ten
tpeed cruiser bike, $75. Coll Doug 271-
1425. 32944
must sea
19" Ton speed bkyde good condition great
for around town and school asking S7O Call
371-7295. *334
Wilson uttao 2 graphite tennis racquet SIOO
Call 3734358 or 3738191 pm. *33.
EtfCTWC GUITAR RENDER THECASIER wi*
cose ond cord. $39000 or best offer. COM
Steve 3737131. 33344
POLAROID SX-70 camera w/ carrying cans.
Worth S7O. asking $45. Try It out first '69
CAMAROfr bumper S3O 371-6370 33344
AUTOS
HURRICANE BATTERIES
alternators, generators, starters $ batteries.
lIIIS. Main. 3784440. 3373 S
70 Toyota Corona f speed manuol Sana. I
owner, excellent cond. low mllos SI9OO
after 5:30, All day PriOal. 3
72 Pontiac Ventura, S7OO or offer 4 door
power steering automatic 6 cylinder rune
excellent 373-811$ days. 4-313$
73 Volkswagon bug new transmission,
broke*, tune-up. Good cond. S9OO Guy 373
9171 327-39
FOR SALE: Fiat 1910 BRAVA fuHy loaded
Out*landing stereo incil 44,800 mites must
sell newt Coll Nosh 3714995 or 372-9182
327-35
MONTE CARLO 1973, real nice- runs groat
Sunroof, PS/FB; swivel bucked, AM/EM AM/EMgood
good AM/EMgood deal for S99S. Call 3714161. 32339
VW Van/Comper 1972 fully equipped, with
AM FM radio in good condition. Cod 973
7261. 32339
For Sale AMC GREMLEN SBOO or best offer
Coll Ron 371-9969. 44-135
1972 Pontiac Ventura 70,000 mi fix or uee
for parts. 9200 or beet offer. 9714003 Ask
for Minnie after 4pm. 32339
MUST SELL! 72 Cutlass Supreme. AM/EM
CulldiW wnn h/v hiqxkjisi saw ownKt
powerful 350 engine. S6OO or best 375-
4172. 3-3D6-5
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For solo; The hottest Firebird in Gainesville.
73 in mint condition fully loaded. You hove
to tee H to believe Ml Coll Jut* 971-0540
between 6-8 p. m. 329-39
FOR SALE: 80 Yamaha 400. only 6,000 ml.
Mint condition. Includes luggage rack and
shoe helmet, asking $950 CoM Ron 973
8424. 32339
1979 Toyota Calico, law mileoge and in
excellent condition, AAA, FM catsotta Taka
bast offer 3739944. 32339
1973 AMC Gremlin w/ A/C, AAA/FM Mono
dependable car-all maintenance receipts
S7OO Coll 371-2944 between 10 om and 9
pm 3294-5
1972 Dodge AAonaco Brougham excellent
condition power sleering/brakes AAA/PM
stereo 277-7637/392-QOO4. *339
Mustang 1975 4 cyi. automatic air. radio
good condition SI3OO call 3737285. *2-35
ELECTRIC
TYreWRfTER
Soon corrector, portable wfih carrying cat
S2OO, Coll 377-7880. 323*4
72 MUSTANG
CONWRIABIE
V-8 991. ok, AAA/FM Cassatts. sutsiMM,
53,000C01l 377-76*3 3134-9

71 VW Firths*. Peed mud*. Cond. Bsg
Body hu nsod vrask. SB9O sbo, Oslg 374
7997. *339
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t, alligator, tuesday, march 27, 1984

Arnold,Fraser meet again as Gators host 'Canes

By BILL KING
Alligator Writer
It is not the first time their paths have crossed.
Miami baseball coach Ron Fraser and UF skipper Joe
Arnold have traveled similar trails along the proverbial road
to success. They meet again at 7 p.m., when the Gators host
UM.
fn 1967, coaches and scouts from around the country
stopped by Miami-Dade North Community College to look
at Arnold, then an All-America pitcher.
One of them who apparently liked what he saw was
Miami skipper Ron Fraser, who offered the young pitcher a
spot in the sunshine of Miami.
But Arnold had a western brand of sun in mind, that of the
Arizona State Sun Devils.
Miami had not reached the plateau that they have
reached right now, Arnold said, now UFs head baseball
coach. They didnt have the program that they have right
now.
I wanted to go to what I felt was the best college in the
country, so I went to Arizona State. They had won the
national title the year before (1967, as well as 1965) and that
meant they were the best, so thats where I went.
Miami, now a traditional national power, had little
tradition through the 19605.
Fraser didnt take over the reigns at UM until 1963 and
the Hurricanes didnt realize a .700 winning percentage
until 1968.
Women's tennis team
rolls past Auburn, 9-0
Alligator Staff Report
The UF womens tennis team stretched its winning
streak to 15 Monday with a 9-0 thrashing of Auburn at
the Varsity Courts.
The Lady Cators, who are ranked No. 11 in the nation,
now sport a 16-3 overall record and 6-0 against
Southeastern Conference foes. Auburn dropped to 7-7 (2r
1 in the SEC).
UFs players had a relatively easy time in disposing of
the Lady Tigers, as every match both singles and
doubles went just two sets. In addition, the highest
number of games won by Auburn in one match was five,
when the No. 1 doubles team of Manisha Perena and
Mary Beth Larson Auburns top-seeded players lost
to UFs Kim Clingan and Jill Hetherington 6-2,6-3.
Clingan and Hetherington had an easier time defeating
the Lady Tigers top two seeds in singles competition.
Clingan defeated Perena 6-3, 6-1, while Hetherington
beat Larson by the same score.
The Lady Gators next match is at the Varsity Courts
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Their first NCAA tournament berth didnt come until
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The Hurricanes havent missed the Omaha-based
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UF No. 1 seed Kim Clingan defeated Auburn's
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If we can win both games, were four out of five against a
power in the South, Arnold said. When it comes down to
regional time that could mean the difference in regional
bids.
But the importance of this series carries off the field and
around the state. It is a rivalry filled with prestige.
We like to beat these in-state clubs for the bragging
rights, so to speak, Arnold said. It all goes down to
recruiting. You can tell a kid we beat those guys.
But its a friendly rivalry. Ive known Ron Fraser for a
long time. Were good buddies.
IVe played with a bunch of those guys in the summer
each year and Ive gotten to know them, Gator second
baseman Bruce Crabbe said.
Crabbe says the two early wins-have tainted Miamis
superteam image.
The intimidation factor just isnt there anymore,
Crabbe said. Miami always seemed to be a little different
from everybody. You never could get an edge on them. Now
we have that edge.
Senior catcher Tim Owen also feels the edge.
Its going to be an. intense game, Owen said. If we can
beat them four of five thats a real mental edge. It will haunt
them all season, then maybe well see them in the regionals.
Its the edge."
OATOB BITS: Arnold and Fraser also saw plenty of each
other between 1972-76, when Arnold was pitching coach at
Dade North ... Stan Fascher, 1-1 with a 5.33 earned run
average, goes to the hill tonight.
Peace injured in debut
as Bandits' starting QB
TAMPA (UPI) Cliff Stoudt ran for one touchdown and
his passing set up a touchdown and a field goal Monday
night as the Birmingham Stallions beat the Tampa Bay
Bandits 27-9 in a United States Football League Eastern
Conference game.
Wayne Peace, UFs former quarterback who started his
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yards and one touchdown, was intercepted twice, sacked
four times and rushed six times for 35 yards. He was
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seven for Tampa Bay in the first half and in the final scoring
drive kept the ball for 11:10.
The victory gave Birmingham a 4-1 record, keeping them
one game behind New Orleans in the Southern Division of
the Eastern Conference. Tampa fell to 3-2.

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. nt 1n1hIng line of the Homemade Booftoce are two boaters still in their boat, UF seniors Remigo Pozos and Tim Dodge, and another Sn~foegeor abo .mopsized UF sophomore Heidi Bohr and junior PeterBlockburn. Despite their difficulties, however, the latter team miraculously out the former, fiishng up secondin the race. .ffft Iopln to'revew apu orals took this action Friday in Miami during the month after the Michigan State charges came to light. The uM" meettg of the P-npember board that oversees search committee that hired DeRusha had known of the Florida'spublic-universithe. harassment charges but had dismissed them as hearsay. a edors aFloridaBoard The resolute came In ee to charges that six UF Pi Jacksonville.-Pegent Cecilia Bryant-Godfrey, who inP* rakeruity nuna agrpda1-year-old troduced the resolution,.said Monday these recent inckiet, partyISOehiringof a music showthereis ohmof women'ssafety on campus.P t de at USF who n forced to resign from his BryantGqdhey said the Regents have instructed tie State University after six female students filed universities evaluate their campus environments, review ehhr b him. n f policies and*troepures in place and take necessary steps to thtprotectch against the fraternity the and dignity of all individuals. five of the members and She said s wes "very supportive" of the way W 00 UF t rimalertyal ipader tion b state officials for President Marstontmndled an "awfully hard problem." Univqey f*I Fle (SF) i Tapa, the ha ase ani th thp incident. Marston and other UF officials have already implemented said It is the 1 e and UFbt has appointed a task force to these measure', she said. .1 the Ieatent o on campus In response to She said it was up to faculty and administrators, as wellas an.ocefa1.a lreiiih ryuver. wkndS. -usic Professor ley DeRusha was fired last next page 4CUM ts1~c~gvo~i~Wu'r ottle club ordinance 4 teas flared up l Wsyn-W-Fislls; Music Express owner, has r tasted e said Inhm pst that the proposed regulations are constitutional. iesaid Mqday that it 't s&ah eMe-Sto 4 tess ewergr con' Stores where alcohol is th from non-alcoholic Wsh as haftle clubs. I eee' or Le IW c oen-. & pime. ted disorderly tL~il bsc# ~ bas L. 00115c~t* Il dsw ew~asea. his cks thn .'a a a GordQn argued against the prp I ordinance during two-and-a-half hors of commission debate and-resident discussim. He said the crime statistics of the-downtewm area did not swuort(01dstein's charna. "There is nodtiuglo deCats that beIde clubs are more of a hazard than regplar drinking e slhnts" Gordm. said. "The are meepro" .with ma marts thawlImslp Afte I c.sal. j l44, in which (oonu d now, Coudun said'he was -h. o ty opi4 lower the amte:0a -,ew '7j~~ ~ ~ 7 -*'. .i ~,,

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'4, O4pa.s high as $25 tr,&ly as expected plce pooff didn't have m i h choice in A is!cU as of last yeO "they weresta_*law." .Bob sah s. signed a law last June mnidating bi+l ssbe treated the siem as motorists and receive the fines forimovingviohlmfonft new regulation tat for'fines of $25 for moving VI tions, such 91runh sto sl gnegaiy passing or edin "sa"w' speeds. r viola t, suc as towing or ruling without hands will carry a fine of $5, with paring violations saxid *me tickets ahe*dy have been given, but he w begin vigorously iorciig the new codes for "a little police officers will have to inipound bikes to enforce of the new codes; such s parking violations which officers,4il eAt through cks. James said lie was to do tifstl dskAb had been educated about codes. saM hcdLUSttbpismnit h a ralistrltip program on bs.ei~Iy a Canmup o n I owners wan -nrer umpes, potill&biLn.Owners can get their bikes bck a clafihllnmauattire station id receiv theta "I don't knw l want to start cutting th $35 locks if all students aren't aware( regulations." Administrative Affairs Vice Pr Sch"aOrs";-. -L Ia sodiw amenbly membezuefusedt cheagp in parkingat UF's Health Center,v change reserve parking spaces to reserve arem yV@5 new bicycle fines and Transportation committeestudy showed about 20 to 25 percent of thew spaces were unoccupied, and members recommended the planning amembly approve the change. If approved, the parking lot could be overzsold by as much as 10 to 20 percent, Business Services Director Otis Jones said. The price for a decal would drop $30 a year as a result of the change. But members said they will wait until after three public hearings on March 28 at 8 a.m., April 2 at 4 p.m. and April 3 at 12:20 p m. before voting op the change. All meetings will be in the Medical Sciences Building Auditorium. In other business, members approved: I A parking lot adjacent to the Traffic and Parking Office. The additional parking is needed for the new Student Traffic Court. 0 Changing about 50 spaces at the Horticultural Sciences tOlitsBuollfgfrem-Orange 2 to all decals. noon as they 1W iasing a pire-fabricated metal building for the ticket. Cote tltA phrtoy off of-Southwest Sixt1gtreet. rough $30 to Planning Consutant1ohn Carlson told members that the of the new Board of Regents, which runs the nine state universities, sident Gerry approved Friday the Orlando-based construction firm of Gilbane, tilla -and Jones to build the $20 million to approee a enginerg and scienceacomplex, which would Carbon said.construction will begin April. 30, and is as. A Parking scheduled for cosepdetion i May1986. llgatmr tiisduynach27, )R4. old $ h imed from thSbent Government of the ASFAC *010 vfln min Seem AAC ION6StmU a a duo w i I,,eh nn id IMzP wab tesktemeeft i dY. forced old and new Last yer, senators yapsedon ASPAC ki tddhcus the annual budget qf $3,432,143,7, .to this -"Ih Is tentatively years $3,111,412 e latter TG. *UWA Bfpgur4bblycaanebefoe it Is voted 11id the budet c fOrinal ;o Svern said. -If gendabestinas, U& h idgotcoqswi from a $4.04 'VA% bp brges earings' an Awk t=ea' iam each credt hour students 'tthe ~ffn d ly may. not be payfor. 30 tindgt when the senators If the budget is not discussed tonight, Ott said he expects a short meeting because there $ Ot. Finance (MirwoAn Susan were no special requests from neither ASFAC Caw l 1184 Mar-er, heard all requests coming from or the Budget and Finance Committee.

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ia g4o, wieay, mrehJ &. 1904 ~II I' i Tonight our fearless student senators are meeting. Not that it makes much difference -to the average student -who usually pays no attention to what senators are doing. But tonight is special. Senators are undoubtedly going to be confronted with more discussion on an issue they assumed was a closed Case funding for the UF Lesbian and Gay Society. (UFLAGS). Last week, senators denied UFLAGS $1,830 to sponsor Gay Awareness Week. The gaypoup was the only organization not to get anymofey on an evening where senators spent $39,000 in student money. Tb. whole incident should be an outrage to students who have any concept of what -*ans to be fair and anblased. It S"d it. ~4 *'4; -.-.~ u~~ ~*~**CIA-Ja04. inoug r When the state B.iard of Regentsmet it Miami last week, they were in quite a tizzy about what they sensed is a decline of morls at Florida's nine state universities. "We want to ask each institution to examine all dimensins of the university -the classroom, hiring practices and living units -to see what are now the value and judgments explicitly transmitted on campus," Stat. University System Chancellor Barbara Newell said. The Regents -a 13-member board that oversees the State University System -shouldn't get into the habit of regulating morals, an elusive concept best left to individuals. University administrators gave that up years ago when institutions left by the wayside the. attitude that colleges should act as parents awayfrom home. Concern about morals was sparked by two sbiocking incidents at UF and the University of South Florida in Tampa (USF). At UP, a 17-yearold freshman charged that several members of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity had sexually assaulted her. The fraternity brothers were cleared by the State Attorney's officewhen officials said there werevo grounds to file formal charges. President Robert Marston -with the help of state officials -still is looking into the matter. At USF, officials were concerned after it came to light that a recently hired music professor was forced to resign from Michigan State University after sexual harassment charges were filed against him by six female students.Because of theseincidents, Newell said she will appoint a group to explore whether students are being given due process under the university conduct codes and the state Administrative Procedures Act. Not a bad idea, but the Regents should have sopdthere-. se iPass .olutionsaying that it is the respo-'wilwty106Regents and upiversirtes to u etaI Ian a ethc andOcal yironment ofthe bighesiethlal'd motran It gets a ic $oggy. Who determined what are' high mo4 and ethical standards? The Regents? Or maybe the administrators? Philosophers, star as far back as the time of Aristotle, have deba the mbjectof morality. Different religions and government have all, at one time or another, decreedwhat they fel is morally right or wrong. No on al a 'yet been able to come up with an answer suitbletoeveryone. The Regents' effort to raise sidaWds smacks of an attempt to passify ang y parents and legislators, ad also to regain a litle credibility in light of a lot of bad press. No one is arguing that the incidents that provoked the Regents' ire were out of line. But an attempt to go into the universities and define right and wrong for college students isn'tgoing-to stop things like this from-happening. Perhaps the Regents need to approve more money for rape and harassmentt awareness or something equally as obnerete instead of sitting back and saying we have 'all descended into barbarianism. Make time s and preenses The Almanac says that Milwaukee was u rated as a city in 1848, soI'mpuz*ledas to whatti"Old" refers to, unless Milwaukeeans are prone to same freakishly accelerated rate of nostalgia. Or may le cbeer vas originally called "Milwaukee." Or mybe the 66er has been fermenting in a large vat In the noi iinxss l n6e the Age of Reptiles. -~ mg So much has been nade this .of I(.George Otwell's prognosticative abilities' i, t(brillant 'marketing strategy that title) t itiss ian novels set in the futureauiclalpJt s eedi h prth and hismwesea t A haveessI tof dg Brother and h eennaelow to do with a fear of the toaitarwa mate'Man'with Boding r-enraminedme of the whitetechnologial correlatives fur the fear fitGod that is facd aua-raueanarch oFnraternity Row some months ago. drumaQ ito childres for ems Ipr dlsalpllne The Christian I conteo tohaving a bitmorwsympathy for the hecklers at Cod knows all, pushes all, and &us a't take atay excuses; I probably wpud If I knew any of them ctsOrwelpropoeremeiepculailtations. pqrsonaly. Honestly, opposition tI rape is -not one of our more compk moral prnIplesand by mktls the march so tridently anti-rpe (with the a"sareasm of posters like p your sister Is Incest," as Nrapists w d r), h fact that none of us tnesto "opticdated-"a tr"subitle" mare .were pr Ojet the amee of sceexplicitly (wods ay be taa 4 -aebebslnomaeoi. movies (od A AVb a tie TehIS phanam, and while all derstand that other pe d,)it is when they relax and undImditly letting ir misopay flap in the wind a bit, have fun that theycbiwe tLp 4 se status of a much ofi their umfiynedinrseatint was directed against Rpga/Bhnh luspr stew; lhe eltels .used to the surefire m6id seprlority of the demoqstratoq. By prime such "popcorn eonpeaa"as Ramw4 e.Jedi are denuncing no. piy j o that "you canpatk yourbraln at he dW oure Greek.SYt55'5 htlf*kf*&adQkUbk ad their (Oust barely) h a ld ythe 'remaic"of~~a4elp iagne sual s ~ the marchermade 'i plain t these reviewers have so internalized &eir aelf-Images as the asagroaphavealotof upto do. And since men guardians of good taste and 4*tectwJ iy llk ro al~ohitr Of p request, hese t heslvsa 'JA V* juiv pnne g to plkeot can only fhn or -conrauatory purposes yy fl aa;,I~o their of the Regarding Old Milwaukee beer, which. aenaing to the d.nain 1 ther .sss tr row proud little blurb on the can, haes bwed sinop 1892 lowS.r lioe who onwy4ams erra.likeg ~ etyonhe also Should utilizVOeUho he ttft.A critics computer major'time il,. 0 Shdents! Check your wa,e. VAu.Vses C t Ass 1u9tle low on cash? Has someone been in your LaS* Tuesday, the Student Government ) passed out $39.000-to a number of worthy causis:FI.4 feresnost among these was SG themselves. Ti*y S lor two IM computers and someone to rIn f T,. keep track of budget 6equ4sss. To pu ti-lt sp-tive, ask your mardepartiwI would do if they did have M to ey eay r' iatoI I Is enable 16 e t s copucn capability Sto Meanqa 'VeSomen~ a cost 000 r a m 1 Complaints, excus I have just s Mhd reading Mary Daly's Cyn/EcoLogy, The Maetegics &#RISC"L FemInism, and while there is much u ful lfornatlon and analysis in the book, the only way for a mateto wress his full approval of her opinions would be in the form of a suicide note (I know, I know -the book wasn'twrittewso that-males would approve ofit). Daly writes of men as some disgAting new subspecies, and her iater ba IIbP use o the terms "male," "patriarch," and "rapist," as well as the predombance of enslavement, war, cape, powu"ng addisetmbmtm etasphors to w the on of (6 fana not signed up for the T ian CA. VEAL 77: '' II!, T -rn e

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~Th-.,. ~ Advanced Technology Medical Systems Fid ,S~meers TakelIbe Future of Medical Technology At Gmneral Eictric Ahead -whfutureha-nevebemn mre w for eneal Eloftic' extensive n in~ agnosticrmediclsystems ~camputertechnology with GE-re"tvity avnewl~wo emknpact on SeeGE Genera Electric wiN present outstanding Acaee d.iesmnmedical E er n hvertyoflrEng ing-Fair ROW ou alfecettepart Of the age of sophisticated advanced Y&sr'Movff-owh6wbe gId agMaygor Am or%; ina aor ngt inetigwewatto. A m"nd teu abo t SiVA"Z9 GE laev spteonimn W ol~the itzUnicn -9 0,0ltwo more Inormation and will & 30 b dtouignyouupforan Ine~*oMsrch 20and 30. Alo, 1PAlrIdlusno hwrglthe uture sat General Electric orkingat Medical Systems ~~~~~~1 ollloator. tuemlrsv. mnweh ~ t~A V Group givs r *e seminar at Pt Lam Aligator StbffWrltet Campus Organized Against Rape (COARY conducted a rape awareness seminar Monday night to an attentive crowd atthe PI Lambda Phi fraternity houseAnd Pi Lambdaafraternity members reacted positively to the seminar Monday night, according to COAR member Torn Dignan. Dignan said he was pleased with the reactions of the fraternity members to the seminar, which was part of an ongoing series of seminars at fraternities, sororities and residence halls. Pi Lambda Phi became the center of a storm of criticism earlier this year when UF officials suspended the fraternity's social privileges after a UF freshman charged that six fraternity members sexually assaulted her after a "little sister" rush party. "The amount of .positive feedback here tonight was tremendous," Dignan said. "There's a lot of awareness among these guys." The seminar, titled "Date Acquaintance Rape," featured a "trigger" film, called The Party. The film was stopped at different moments, which "triggered" discussion on its events. Discussion centered on communication between the man and wotan depicted in the film and how they handled the various steps in beginning an acquaintanceship. COAR, a student organization, has bqen sponsoring these types of seminars since August 1982, said President Beth Rlon"m Bloom said the seminars are divided into three main categories: sexual violence, safety and date acquaintance rape. PI Lambda Phi invited COAR to present its program to fraternity members and interested outsiders, Dignan said. He also said this showed a positive step in light of last semester's events at the fraternity house, where an alleged gang-rape took place. Claire Walsh, UF Infirmary counseling specialist, said COAR presented its seminars as a way of receiving feedback from the public on changing social values, as well as promoting its overall goal of decreasing sexual assault. During the film and its breaks, several discussions ensued as to the motives of the man and woman. The film, which ended with the beginning of a rape scene, traced the characters' inter-communication, and its subsequent breakdown. Opinions from the largely male crowd ranged from sympathy for the girl to comments that she was asking for the consequences. A discussion followed on the possibility of women claiming rape with no basis to their accusations. An unidentified member of the audience commented that it had happened at Pi Lambda Phi last semester, but the subject was not pursued after Bloom said only one-half of 1 percent of all reported rapes turned out to be false accusations. COAR will present its rape awareness seminar tonight at Hume Hall at 7, and Bloom said all those interested are welcome to attend. Committee to pick 1984 Teacher /Scholar Aligator Writer University of Florida's Aca expects to choose the 1984 Teat Ttesday,said Knox lisaps, cc The award is given on the bh and teaching. Rcmnnatl weigh heavilyon the finaldeisi Also important are researI tributions to their field over seven Each of the six members nominations individually. 11be results and brings them before th nations can come from anywhere within the UF community. However, Millsaps said most come from department chairmen. demic Advisory Committee "We usually receive between 10 and 20 nominations," cher/Scholar of the tear next Millsaps said. All.of the nearly 2,000 UF faculty members mnmitt~ehairman. are eligible to be nominated for the honor, he said. isis of esiqce in research Winners are oflashonored by being asked to speak at such twa &iqw former students funetiows as graduation commencement -eremonies, icm,.Mllpselsald. Mls~aps said. Because of this, he said,faculty members take chpb o and. "conthe award seriously. eral years,' Mllseprsaid. This is the 14thi year for the Teacher/Scholar of the Year of the committee evaluates Award, first presented in 1960. The winner last year was ch#tip ties tellles the graduate research professor Charles Wagley, a member of he m md orAvote. the anthropology department. -qwb -AMAWA A W ai l NewWeekmL~ CATCH THE FITNESS BUG! MENTAL HEALTH CNTER needs volunteer community support workers call377-8005 ..~ ~ I '~'i' *'Y"P~~i'~~ G~im& NIAl Weother Ski or Surf Glasses NOWOvalnbe 6Y Th muct glod core -F w4iV I -on otssihaidgei .oday styed after the designer gli e t ao fraction of the price. 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