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VOLUME 98 ISSUE 85


Costs mount in



fight over union


* UF SPENT MORE THAN
$50K ON OUTSIDE COUNSEL.

By MEGAN SEERY
Alligator Staff Writer
mseery@alligator.org

UF has spent more than $50,000
fighting its faculty in a legal battle
about which university employees
can vote to unionize on campus.
UF paid $50,803.50 for 337.8 la-
bor hours in outside legal services
related to a state Public Employees
Relations Commission case be-
tween UF administrators and the
UF chapter of United Faculty of
Florida, university spokesman
Steve Orlando said. The figure
does not include UF's in-house
labor and resource costs, he said.
"I think it's an enormous waste


By DAVID COHEN
Alligator Writer
dcohen@alligator.org

The nation's first female U.S.
Attorney General, Janet Reno, will
speak at the Stephen C. O'Connell
Center on Feb. 9.
Reno, who
served under
former president
Bill Clinton, also
campaigned for
the Democratic
nomination for
Reno the Florida gu-
bernatorial race in 2002 before los-
ing to Bill McBride in the primary.
"We were looking for someone


of resources," said Kim Emery,
president for the UF chapter of
UFF. "Instead of working with us,
they are wasting time, money and
good will in an effort to forestall
the inevitable."
UF's General Counsel Office
did not return phone calls.
Sparring between UF admin-
istrators and unionized faculty
began in
UF January
Administration 2003, when
the Board
of Trustees took.over after the dis-
solution of the Board of Regents.
Trustees sought to include the
law and medical schools and the
Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences, or IFAS, in the union's
bargaining unit. Union ri-prtcntLi-
SEE FACULTY, PAGE 8


who had broken through some
barriers of society to get to where
she wanted to be," said Natasha
Chida, director of the Women's
Leadership Council.
"She will be talking about
women and leadership, and we
hope that she will inspire the audi-
ence to work to attain their goals
and embrace the challenge of lead-
ership," Chida said.
Accent and the Women's
Leadership Council will pay Reno
$15,000.
The groups will also cover all
of the politician's airfare, hotel
accommodations at the Hilton
University of Florida & Conference
SEE RENO, PAGE 8


nilCh WeWbt, Mn111dlur Lda
Jennifer Zaitz, Elyse Cohen and Allison Hymes share a laugh at The Swamp on Monday night.
The location of bars is thought to contribute to the rise of alcohol abuse by students.

UF to review alcohol policies


Officials seeking curtailment


By STEPHANIE GARRY and
EMILY YEHLE
Alligator Staff Writers

Ladies drink free. Two-for-
one wells. Two-dollar pitchers.
UF administrators fear these
specials encourage students to
overindulge, and they're bring-
ing some outside help to stop it.
Laurie Davidson, associ-
ate director of the Center for
College Health and Safety, will
meet with administrators and
city officials on Feb. 16 to dis-
cuss ways to combat alcohol
abuse through factors such as
drink specials, bar location and
aggressive advertising.


"What we've promoted is
a comprehensive approach,"
Davidson said. "Nobody be-
lieves there's a silver bullet -
the one activity that's somehow
going to change this issue."
UF President Bernie Machen
brought the topic to the fore-
front after a UF survey showed
50 percent of students surveyed
binge drink. Last week, Machen
took the first step by prohibiting
Coors Light from advertising
at an upcoming concert at the
Stephen C. O'Connell Center.
Curbing this kind of ag-
gressive marketing toward
college students is part of the
holistic approach that is gaining
popularity among researchers.


Last Fall, a Harvard University
study found 10 universities
reduced high-risk drinking by
tackling environmental factors
such as encouragement of non-
alcoholic activities, cooperation
with the host cities and expan-
sion of alcohol-free dorms.
Now university officials are
hoping Davidson can teach
them how these practices might
work at UF. But first they have
to determine the problem.
A few years ago, bars ad-
vertised on campus by putting
flyers on every seat in lecture
halls, displaying drink specials
on overheads between classes,
and layering so much material
on Turlington Plaza that it took
SEE ALCOHOL, PAGE 8


UF guard Matt
Walsh said he
doesn't feel any
lingering pain in
his.left ankle, but
Lee Humphrey may
continue to start at
shooting guard in
the Georgia game
tonight. See story,
pg. 20.


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* Joining a continuously
expanding political field,
newly selected leaders
of the Progress Party will
talk to students one-on-
one today to hear their
perspectives on Student
Government.
See story, pg. 5.


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About 100 students went to
the center opening week.
Trial programs are in plan-
ning, but the center will not
offer permanent services un-
til a student assessment has
been completed at the end of
Spring.
"We want to see what stu-
dents want and fulfill those-
needs," Baker said.
Programs like a stress-re-
duction education lecture in
April and a self-help cold-
care station will be tested to
learn what students need at
Jennings..
"We are going to do one
before Spring Break to talk
about alcohol and sex to have
students have a safer spring
break," said RA Jessica Stover.
UF's Department_ -of
Housing remodeled the space,
located near the Jennings rec
room, for GatorWill The cen-
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Armed student fesses up
A 14-year-old student admit-
ted Monday to bringing weap-
ons and ammunition onto school
property, authorities said.
Report_ stated that the -tudent
v, likedd up to a re-odLIrce deputy
at Kanapaha Middle School and
pulled out a bottle of BB pellets
from his pocket. He then told
Alachua County Sheriff's Deputy
Todd .Thomas he could lead him-
to find additional w eapon_.
He led the deputy to a nearby
wooded area, owned by the
Alachua County School Board,
and unco ered a handgun, knife
and gloves, reports state.
Since the woods are on school
property, the boy was arrested.
He cooperated i ith questioning
and so far has made no violent
threats, according to reports.

ELIZABETH PRANN


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Gainesville residents may face higher utility charges


GRU plant, diversity training decisions postponed


By BRIAN HAGEN
Alligator Writer
bhagen@alligator.org


Gainesville citizens could pay an average of $12 more
on their water bills and $14 more on their electric bills if a
proposed fire-hydrant and streetlight fee is approved.
Commissioners Tony Domenech and Ed Braddy both
expressed a desire to research-the feasibility of the new
fees at Monday's City Commission meeting.
"I want to get off the dime and get more (information)
known to get the dialogue rolling," Domenech said.
Commissioner Chuck Chestnut countered.
"I've got no problem getting off the dime," Chestnut
said. "I want to know when it's coming back to me, be-
cause I want to spend that dime."
Along with Chestnut, Mayor Pegeen Hanrahan and
Commissioner Rick Bryant both expressed unease with
the approval that continuing to explore this fee implied.
"It sounds like we're going forward; I haven't heard
any other options," Chestnut said.


Commissioner Craig Lowe introduced an amendment
to the language that clarified the staff will look for other
options, which all commissioners accepted.
The decision to approve and enact the fee won't be
made for four or five months.
Gainesville has the lowest water rates in the state,
Braddy said.
Also at Monday's meeting, approximately 20 citizens
voiced their objections to Gainesville
Regional Utility's proposed $500 million
4- project.
Members of Citizens for Affordable
and Renewable Energy wore stickers on
their chests reading "We C.A.R.E." and
came to request the commission take the
appropriate amount of time to consider
Hanrahan alternatives to the energy plan put forth
by GRU, such as natural gas and biomass, which har-
nesses energy from dead trees and compost.
A meeting specifically about the proposed plant will be
held next Monday.


Two presentations on impact and alternatives by pri-
vate citizens have been approved.
Missing from discussion was an item on cultural sensi-
tivity training, which was passed over without comment
from the commission's agenda.
A decision on the topic has been postponed until Feb.
14.
Braddy sent an e-mail and spoke about his opposition
to the program on WSKY 97,3 FM's "The Bob Rose Show"
on Monday morning.
Braddy called the extra training "an irresponsible ac-
tion" in a phone interview, noting that all city employees
already go through diversity-awareness training.
The push for increased training came as a result of a
disruption of the Fifth Avenue Arts Festival by local law
enforcement in May.
Festival Executive Director Nkwanda Jah said
Gainesville Police officers acted insensitively to the festi-
val's attendees and should be made to undergo awareness
training.
The plan had been on the agenda and recommended
for approval but did not carry a fiscal note describing its
predicted cost.


Speaker fulfills 'mission in life' by teaching self-defense


By ADRIENNE BROWNE
Alligator Contributing Writer

About 200 UF women stood in a
circle in the Reifz Union Grand Ballroom
Monday night learning to defend them-
selves against potential assailants.
Erin Weed, at her pre-
On sentation, "Girls Fight
Campus Back!," doled out security
advice and defense moves.
Acting Against Rape Every Student's
Task Force and the Panhellenic Council
sponsored this final event of Sexual
Assault Awareness Month.
Amy Kennedy, director of women's
wellness for the Panhellenic Council,
stressed the importance of speaking up
about sexual assault.
"Our well-being on this campus.is
such an important issue," she said. "r
feel that there's so many issues that aren't
brought up as much as they should, and I
want to help promote those issues."
Weed, 27, became motivated to speak
at campuses after her friend was mur-
dered in 2001. She said she worried the
same thing would happen to her.


"I realized we will never be equal to
men as long as we are terrified of them,"
Weed said.
Weed decided she would teach wom-
en how to protect themselves to preserve
her friend's memory.
"Maybe this is my mission in life," she
said. "I'm supposed to roam around the
country teaching ass-kicking."
Weed suggested changing locks
when first moving in and urged women
to wedge a piece of wood between the
window opening and the top of a pane to
keep it from getting opened. The speech
ended with a self-defense demonstration
targeting a man's most sensitive areas
- the groin, throat, eyes, nose, stomach,
ears, fingers, feet, temples, forehead and
ankles.
"There's nothing more dangerous
than a pissed-off woman," she said.
AAREST director Marni Jacob said
she considers Sexual Assault Awareness
Month a success, with one event drawing
400 people.
"I think a lot of people are aware of
our organization," Jacob said. "I've had a
lot of people show interest in it."


Erin Weed, founder of "Girls Fight Back!" a personal safety program for women instructs
student Angela Gaff in a self-defense technique in the Reitz Union on Monday night.


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Students eat ice cream to benefit underprivileged


* THE EVENT RAISED FUNDS
FOR RECURSO PROJECTS.

By KIMBERLY GOUZ
Alligator Contributing Writer

Students bundled up in
sweaters and scarves crowded
a local ice cream shop Monday
night to demonstrate support
for RECURSO, a UF community
service organization.
The event, held at Sweet
Dreams Ice Cream Shop at 3437
W University Ave., raised money
for children suffering from mal-
nutrition, cancer and AIDS and
publicized the club's upcoming
events.
"This is a fun way for students
to learn about who we are and
what we do," RECURSO Vice
President Emily Friend said. "A
lot of the fundraising we do here
tonight goes directly towards
helping children in developing
nations."
Shop owners- Mike and Lisa
Manfredi donated 20 percent of
the proceeds for each RECURSO
sundae purchased between-7 and
9 p.m.
"My wife and I went into this
business hoping to create a place
where students and residents
can hang out and have fun,"


Jamie Wathen, a UF sophomore, endulges in her ice cream sundae Monday evening at Sweet Dreams
Homemade Ice Cream, where RECURSO held a fundraiser to support community service projects.
Manfredi said. "We're not in a cluded a scoop of homemade ice All the tips made during the
position where we can just stroke cream, orange and blue sprinkles, benefit were donated to help
out checks, but we like to help whipped cream, a cherry and a support the organization.
out where we can." choice of chocolate or caramel "I think that it says something
The RECURSO sundae in- syrup. about RECURSO that students


would show up in such cold
weather to buy ice cream," Friend
said. "It really helps that the ice
cream is so good though."
Other RECURSO fundrais-
ers have ranged from making
Christmas cards to raising money
for chemotherapy machines and
treatments for underprivileged
children.
The organization, along
with the Student Government
Multicultural Affairs Cabinet,
will hold their third annual
International Food and Dance
Festival on Feb. 18 at Simons
nightclub.
The group is also organizing
its second trip to Nicaragua,
scheduled for May 2 to 16.
Participants will travel to Puertos
Cabeza or Managua and earn up
to three credit hours.
Students in Managua will
work in a hospital to implement
an arts and medical program,
while those in Puertos Cabeza
will educate teachers about
computers. Applications for the
program are due Feb. 4.
"Computers will open the
doors to the world for these
people," said Stephanie Joyce,
RECURSO's trip director. "This
is something that will affect their
everyday lives."


ON ese talks it in


Japanese WWII survivor talks internment in America


By LINDSAY TAULBEE
Alligator Writer
Itaulbee@alligator.org

Students and adults gathered to hear a WWII Japanese in-
ternment survivor recount his tale in the Reitz Union Monday.
Robert Hosokawa told about 35 people in the Reitz Union of
his ordeal in camps near Seattle and in Idaho. He also spoke of
civil liberties and security as they apply to recent events.
Hosokawa had just finished college when the U.S. govern-
ment ordered Japanese-American internment.
He told how his mother cried as she burned letters from
relatives, afraid the government would find them suspicious.


"Let's not let our government forget that our
civil liberties are too dear to squander."
Robert Hosokawa
WWII Japanese internment camp survivor

"After seven months there, the United States government
admitted it had been a- mistake to order the mass intern-
ment," he said.
He said the findings now show the overwhelming majority
of Japanese-Americans were loyal to the United States.
"Too late," he said.
Later, the government said the prisoners could leave the


camps, but only if they could secure a job off the West Coast.
Through a friend, Hosokawa got a job at a newspaper in, "of
all places, Independence, Missouri," he said.
Later, in response to a question from the audience, he said
he did not know enough about Guantanamo Bay to compare
it to his experience. There are things people don't know and
things the government doesn't want them to know, he said.
"The problem we have to worry about is that it has been
kept so secret," he said. Months or years later, he asked, "are
they going to say,'Oh, it was all a mistake'?"
He agreed to a need for security, but said, "Let's not let
our government forget that our civil liberties are too dear to
squander."


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Progress Party seeks


student ideas, input


By STEPHEN MAGRUDER
Alligator Writer
smagruder@alligator.org

Joining a continuously expanding
political field, newly selected leaders of
the Progress Party will talk to students
one-on-one today to hear their perspec-
tives on Student Government.

"I think it can only be better
with more choices to make.
I'd much rather see 10 parties
registered than none."
MacKenzie Moritz
Presidential candidate of the Progress
Party

MacKenzie Moritz, Adam Roberts
and Susan Henriques, the presidential,
vice presidential. and treasurer candi-
dates, respectively, of the Progress Party,
will be available to answer questions
and speak informally with students at
the Orange &-Brew, located in the Reitz
Union, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
"It's more about what they want
than what we want," Moritz said of the
students.
The party, which has yet to slate any
Student Senate candidates, will base
its choices solely on applications and
interviews.
"I think we've put together a quali-
fied ticket with qualified candidates,"
Moritz said.


All three candidates have prior
experience in SG: Moritz is a Student
Senator, Roberts is a
Student cabinet director and
Government Henriques works
in the SG Finance
Office.
The party has promised to make SG
accessible and inclusive in a way its lead-
ers say the current Access Party govern-
ment never did.
The candidate-nominating conven-
tion for the Phoenix Party, the renamed
version of the governing Access Party,
whose name was claimed by a Florida
Blue Key member, has yet to be sched-
uled.
Today's discussion, promoted as the
first of many for Progress, will take place
during one of the most crowded SG elec-
tion seasons in recent history.
The parties Access, Gator, Mad
Hatters, Phoenix, Progress, Theater
SStrike Force ard Voice have all been ap-
proved by the Student Activities Center.
Ignite's application was denied, and
the Keg and Student Alliance parties still
await approval.
"I think it can only be better with
more choices to make," Moritz said,
adding, "I'd much rather see 10 parties
registered than none."
From 2002 to 2004, a total of eight
parties ran candidates for executive SG
offices.
With each additional party approved,
election-day ballots may become increas-
ingly cluttered.


Journalism dean will stay


By JEFF SIRMONS
Alligator Writer
jsirmons@alligator.org

One sought-after journalism administra-
tor has chosen to stay at UF where "there's
more going on" rather than seek the helm of
another top journalism school.
Terry Hynes, dean of UF's College of
Journalism and Communications, withdrew
her candidacy as a finalist for the same po-
sition at the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill Monday, saying she felt she
could do more for UF.
"It really was wonderful up there, and
they have ore of the finest programs in the
nation," Hynes said. "However, I feel my tal-
ents are better matched here, and that there's
more going on in this program."
Hynes took the job in 1994 and has since
helped mold the program into one of the best
in the nation, said John Sutherland, chairman
of the advertising department.
"There are a lot of good things happening
in this college, and I can see-why Dean Hynes
wants to continue with that," Sutherland
said. "UNC is great, but it's small and stable,
whereas UF is bigger and on the rise, which,
I think, fits her personality better."
UF's communications programs are
quickly improving, Sutherland said, and if
Hynes left, the momentum would be lost.
"If we lost Hynes, it might take a couple
years to get back to where we are now,"
Sutherland said.
William McKeen, chairman of the jour-
nalism department, said Hynes' positive
attitude and supportive nature have allowed


her to succeed as a dean.
"If you have an off-the-wall idea, she
won't shoot it down-instead, she'll work
with it and make something out of it,"
McKeen said.
McKeen wasn't surprised that UNC ex-
pressed interest in Hynes.
"They'd be sitting pretty if- they had her
because she has the same academic and
professional savvy as their old dean, who
is retiring after 25 years at that position,"
S McKeen said. "She brings
extensive real-world and
academic experience to
the table."
One of Hynes' great-
est accomplishments was
bringing master lecturer
Michael Foley to UF and
Hynes helping him earn a faculty
position, she said.
"Foley brings excitement, expertise and
toughness to reporting, and he is an asset to
the,department of journalism," Hynes said.
She has also altered faculty, as about half
have been hired during her tenure as dean.
Hynes, who has experience as a news-
paper reporter and copy editor, won the
Freedom Forum medal for Journalism
Administrator of the Year in 1997.
Pulling her candidacy from the UNC
search had nothing to do with financial rea-
sons, she said, as she bowed out before her
potential salary was disclosed.
"I imagine it'd be more than $200,000, but
I have no way of knowing that," she said.
Tom James, head of the UNC search com-
mittee, declined to comment.


GREEK JF.

Fraternity seeks fresh restart after seven-year hiatus


* THE GROUP DISBANDED
AFTER BEING SANCTIONED.

By KYLIE CRAIG
Alligator Writer
kcraig@alligator.org

Sigma Nu Fraternity returned to
UF last week after it was pulled off
campus nearly seven years ago.


The fraternity, which left for fi-
nancial reasons, has spent the past
Week recruiting new members.
In 1997/the fraternity was forbid-
den from accepting new members
through that Fall after a sexual as-
sault complaint led to sanctions on
the chapter. As a result, no member-
ship fees came in to cover the bills.
Heading the fraternity's efforts is
Sigma Nu President Brian Wehle.


A founding member, and presi-
dent of Sigma Nu at UCF, Wehle
was asked to bring the group back
to UF when he transferred in the
Fall.
"The organization wanted to
recolonize, and that's what we're
doing," he said.
. Wehle said Sigma Nu members
spread word of the fraternity's re-
turn by setting up tables in the Reitz


Union and asking sorority members
to tell anyone not already involved
in Greek life about the organization.
While the group has not yet re-
ceived an official charter, it is part
of the Interfraternity Council, and
members may attend IFC meetings.
"They're an associate member
which makes them a non-voting
member," IFC President John Dicks
said.


Dicks said the IFC's Independent
Expansion Committee will make
recommendations to IFC chapter
presidents when it feels Sigma
Nu is ready for full membership.
The presidents then will vote on
whether the fraternity officially will
become an IFC organization at UE
Wehle said Sigma Nu has re-
cruited about 15 potential members
in the last week.


i" The Florida Cicerories & Student Alumni Association
would like to congratulate the following new members!


Muna Amadi
Jacqueline Ambrose
Tiffany Ansley
William Atkins
Kaitlyn Baldwin
Loren Beer
Clinton Bolton
Elizabeth Bringardner
Angel Bryant
Joseph Bushong
Lindsey Carter
Sukiana Chancy
Jay Cherry
Lauren Christoff
Denita Clark
Fraendy Clervaud
Griffin Dalrymple
Misha Davis
Jamie Davis
Silvio Delgado
Katie Dellecker


Rachel Divine
Jason Dobbs
Lauren DuBose
Christian Edwards
Afua Entsuah
Tessa Fulghum
Jeaneen Garcia
Dana Garrison
Heather Gavan.
Shanna Groom
Daniel Grunwald
Joshua Gutter
Peter Gwynn-Sackson
Ryan Hankins
Edwyna Hill
Alex Hugg
Delvind Hullan
Huy Huynh
Adrienne Jaroch
Sierra Johansen
Lainey Johnson


Brock Johnson
Monica Jordan
Kristjana Kristjansson
Pranati Kumar
Elizabeth Kurtis
Jason Lee
Sarah Lowe
Chong Luo
Stephanie-Mack
Rachel Manes
Anuradha "Anu" Mathur
Katherine McVety
Lindsey Messick
Julianne Mica
Devin Miller
Dayne Morkel
Jamie Myette
Monica Palenzuela
Melissa Parsons
Michael Patrone
Arthur Portnoy.


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Heidi Rogers
Rachel Rollo
Christopher Roy
Kim.Sanders
Joseph Sciarrotta
Russell Semmel
Aliya Siraj
Justin Stone
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Editorial


Dry danger

Accidents should be city

priority, not consumption
Let's face it: College students drink.
They drank in the past, they drink now and they ever
will drink into the future.
Despite what President Machen and other well-meaning
officials may think, all of the posters and advertisements in
the world aren't going to convince a single person not to drink,
and increased punishments and tighter restrictions won't
make students less likely to succumb to their dark, fermented
mistress.
If anything, getting arrested gives students something to
joke about with their friends the next time they get wasted.
Of course, the goal of reducing underage and binge drink-
ing is a noble one, and its success would be a victory for the
safety of everyone in Gainesville.
But a public relations campaign is not going to make it
happen.
While attempts to do the right thing are appreciated, a
line must be drawn when they are costing already-scarce UF
funds.
For instance, it is ridiculous that UF officials ordered the
band Rascal Flatts to remove all Coors Light advertising from
their upcoming Stephen C. O'Connell Center performance. If
the band were going to be tossing Silver Bullets into the crowd
like T-shirts at a baseball game, it would be understandable
that administrators would be upset. But a furor over some
propaganda on ticket stubs and fliers is just silly.
Worse, the band agreed to remove the Coors materials only
if UF waived the $12,500 O'Connell Center nightly rental fee.,
That's $12,500 less the university has, to add additional
sections of overcrowded classes, pay teacher salaries and, just
maybe, not switch to block tuition.
Though this move likely was meant to save face in light of
UF's recent commitment to remove the town's drinking prob-
lems, it's hard to see it being worth l- inmg that kind of money.
But while drinking is difficult to stop through word of
mouth, much can be done to prevent alcohol-related acci-
dents. Any funds allocated to a futile attempt to tell students
not to drink would be better spent on making Gainesville a
safer place for partiers.
Local towing companies such as Watson's Towing,
Freedom Carrier Service and Superior-Towing LLC already
are offering discounted rates to impaired students. If funds
were used to subsidize these companies,, students would be
much more likely to take advantage of the service.
Towing is an expensive option now, but rates as low as $15
or $20 per tow which should be feasible if everyone cooper-
ates would look pretty attractive compared to the possibil-
ity of an accident or DUI.
Cab companies also could be convinced to get in on the
deal, giving an option to students and residents who do not
live near Later Gator stops.
Of course, Later Gator doesn't help anyone on ,iglr- it
doesn't run. The service at least should add operating times
on Wednesday, which is a big night for many bars in town.
And though it's been stated countless times, an extension
of bar closing times by an hour or more, with last call staying
at its current time, would give bar-goers a much needed sober-
ing-up period and stop everyone from flooding the streets at
2 a.m.
Someday, the bureaucracy Will learn the truth: They may
take our wine, but they'll never take our free beer night.


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Guest column

Open letter to president on new term


M r. President: With Thursday's inauguration,
Americans again have cause to celebrate. You
were re-elected with a clear majority vote and will
govern with a solid Republican majority in both houses of
Congress.
The election was hard fought and the results clear. We
won't spend the next four years debating your legitimacy,
but we will spend them debating policy. Social Security
reform and foreign policy choices will define the com-
ing months as your ambitious agenda is introduced in
Congress. With you at the helm, we can hope for defined
vision and clear action that will carry America into the
future.
Social Security must be reformed to ensure its long-term
viability. Both you and the leaders of Congress face the dif-
ficult task of redefining a program reliant on "fuzzy math"
and inaccurate projections and recreating it into a program
in which workers, define their own retirements and ensure
their own futures. With the plan you've proposed, the work
of my generation may pay off by providing the benefits we
expect.
Critics claim the program is viable as is; Let's not leave
it to chance. When I retire,.I'd rather not be told the thou-
sands of dollars of my salary that I've contributed to Sbcial
Security has been spent, and there's nothing left for me.,
Legislation and judicial appointments no longer will be
held up by obstructionist members of the Democratic Party
who don't understand the concepts of democracy. The
majority, of Americans voted for Republican members of
Congress, and single members of the Senate should not at-
tempt to thwart democracy by preventing good, legitimate
legislation from reaching the floor for a vote. Our nation
remains strong with the free exercise of political will, but
the obstructionist tendencies of some members of .the mi-
nority defy the principles of a government for the people.
While many members of Congress work against the will of
the people, we as Republicans still can reach out a hand to


S.. those on the opposite side of the
aisle and encourage the bi-parti-
-. san work that brought us the No
Child Left Behind Act and other
S -. Valuable pieces of legislation.
The last four years have been
a challenge for the United States.
Allison Cullin Sept. 11 was the defining moment
Strategery Sessions of my generation's memory and
letters@alligator.org your first term. Changes in global
policy, governmental structure
and domestic dialogue have re-
shaped the political scene not just for your presidency but
for American history. We no longer define America's rela-
tionships with the outside world on a nation-to-nation ba-
sis. I stand i. ith ', in in the hope that freedom can take hold
in the nations to which we've brought liberty. You've told
the world th 11t te-rior .imd tyranny areno longer negotiable.
On Thursday, you reminded everyone, "The best hope
for peace in our world is the expansion of freedom in all
the world." You expressed hope for a world in which op-
pression and tyranny are fought from within a nation and
not forgotten abroad. We are grateful for our freedoms and
must not forget the people who never have known liberty.
President Bush, on Thursday you outlined your hope
for the next four years, the promises you made during your
campaign and the work that remains from your-first term.
As your presidency continues, we can hope for economic
prosperity, strength at home. and abroad, and the passing
of the torch of freedom around the world. The American
people celebrated the renewal of hope and the promise of
progress with the President's re-election.
It is time to join in the work that will define America's
future and create a lasting legacy of peace and prosperity.
Allison Cullin is a political science and economics sopho-
more. Her colunin appears on Tuesday.


The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator.


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Today's question: Would you
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services if you were impaired?


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Sexual-assault prevention programs should focus on men


January is Sexual Assault Awareness
Month, and, as it draws to a close, one can
only hope the need to increase awareness
and prevention of rape and sexual assault will
not be forgotten until SAAM 2006. One out of
every four college women will be the victim
of rape or sexual assault. Often when people
think of rape, they envision a stranger pop-
ping out of the bushes in the dark and raping
a woman. However, statistics show 70 percent
of rape and sexual assault crimes are commit-
ted by someone the victim knows.
The current programs offered on campus
as preventative measures present rape as a
safety issue, as can be seen by the reliance
on self-defense classes and telling women
to "cover their drinks" and "not walk alone


on campus at night." While such safety tips
can be helpful, it is not the responsibility of
women to prevent our being raped. Women
shouldn't have to feel unsafe on campus or
worry about being a victim of sexual assault.
Men should stop raping us. The reality is, men
are responsible for the rape and sexual assault
of women, and there are many ways to create
awareness and prevent attacks on women.
The Campus National Organization for
Women believes that rape is the result of the
unequal power balance between women and
men. Men rape women because they can,
.and, far too often, they get away with it. An
estimated 60 percent of rapes committed by
an acquaintance go unreported, and, when the
rapist is a boyfriend or husband, the number


Adrienne Maxwell of unreported
Michelle Paggi cases is estimated
Speaking Out more than 70
percent. Based on
our own experiences and those of women we
know, the reason many women don't report
rape is because police make us feel guilty,
stupid, embarrassed and irresponsible, or they
just don't believe us.
Taking self-defense classes, covering our
drinks and looking for the blue lights isn't go-
ing to keep us from getting raped. UF needs
to place more emphasis on telling men not to
rape women, because it is men who are the
source of the problem. Prevention should be
aimed at fraternities, which play a major role
in condoning rape and sexual assault on cam-


pus. Last semester, a UF student reported she
was sexually assaulted in a fraternity house;
this is not surprising, because an estimated 10
to 30 percent of on-campus sexual assaults oc-
cur in fraternities.
Campus NOW's Rape Action Committee
has developed a survey aimed at creating
awareness and encouraging victims to report
their rape or sexual assault. We also want UF
and University Police to stop putting the bur-
den on women to avoid rape and start putting
the pressure on men to stop raping us. Join us
Tuesday in Turlington 2349 where we will be
organizing to stop rape and further the realiza-
tion of women's equality.
Adrienne Maxzoell and Michelle Paggi are vice
president and secretary of Campus NOW.


Letters to the Editor
Problem in our schools is organizational, not financial
Editor: Your editorial asserts "public schools and universi-
ties do not have the funds necessary to revive them from their
constantly-deteriorating state, and there is no plan currently in
motion to address this concern."
I do not doubt their "constantly-deteriorating" state, but it is
not from lack of funds. The United States spends more per pu-
pil on education than any other country, according to "U.S. tops
in school spending, not scores, an Associated Press report by
Ben Feller. Feller states, "Among more than 25 industrialized
nations, no country spends more public and private money to
educate each student than the United States, according to an
annual review by the Paris-based Organization for Economic
Cooperation and Development."
The primary problem is at the K-12 level though there is
an abundance of folly in higher education. K-12 education is a
protected state monopoly. Monopolies are not noted for stellar
performances. Joel Klein, chancellor of New York City schools,
led the Clinton Justice Department's anti-trust case against
Microsoft. In "Unions vs. Kids," Klein applies his analytic skills
to the New York City school system. His description of the sys-
tem's dynamics apply to large systems nationwide. He states,
"No organization that has its incentives wholly misaligned can
succeed.. Take, for example, the three pillars of the teachers-
union contract: de facto life tenure, lock-step pay and seniority-


based assignments. Collectively, these provisions mean there is
no employee accountability in the system, no meritocracy and
no incentive to take risks or innovate. If the very best and very
worst teacher the one who works hardest and the one who
simply punches a clock get paid based on length-of-service,
the system will inevitably drift toward mediocrity...."
No amount of money can make such a structure perform.
Tom Shuford
Retired public school teacher



Privatization is not the answer to Social Security woes
Editor: There is no dispute that Social Security will face a se-
rious problem in the future, especially as the number of retirees
rises and the number of workers decreases. However, Bush's
proposal does not leave me feeling comfortable at night.
Under the current system, recipients get a certain percent-
age increase in the amount-of Social Security in correlation with
the percentage increase in cost-of-living. Under Bush's propos-
al, everyone would receive a smaller amount of Social Security,-
but this theoretically wouldn't be a problem because everyone
would be more than compensated by the income from private
accounts. This poses threats of bankruptcy and inability to meet


obligations, but it also raises questions such as what percent of
the Social Security tax would go into privatized accounts, who
would manage the allocation of the funds and what happens to
the current retired people who would be living on less without
any hope of starting their own personal accounts?
Bush generated this brilliant idea about how we should re-
form Social Security through privatization today but lacks any
detailed plans as to how this will be carried out or at least
any that he shares with the public. It's almost like his unfalter-
ing commitment to go to war without any plans as to how to
bring our boys home. Maybe a better way to spend time is by
implementing incremental changes for both Social Security
and Medicare, while considering alternative options. For start-
ers, level the playing field and raise funds for existing fiscal
problems by making everyone's entire income taxed by Social
Security, not just the first $90,000 of income.
Since the '30s, people have relied on the "safety net" of Social
Security to predict how life will be after retirement. Who knows
if Social Security will be around when I retire, and who knows
if my mother, who works for the government in Social Security,
will receive the benefits she's been promised her whole life? All
we're doing now is waiting for more details.
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Union fighting for recognition by UF


FACULTY, from page 1

tives countered that the trustees were trying to
.dissolve the union because it might not achieve
a majority vote with the new units included.
Both parties are waiting to hear from PERC,
the state arm charged with resolving the, dis-
pute, about which faculty members can partici-
pate in the union vote.
PERC has said a decision is "imminent."
Meanwhile, there is a distinction between
the union's and the university's legal funding,
Emery said.


"The union's money is all dues," she said.
"It's not taxpayer money. It's not tuition money.
It's voluntarily contributed by faculty mem-
bers."
The issue is more than just a spat between
the university's faculty and its highest govern-
ing body, Emery said.
"Everyone knows that the Board of Regents
was abolished so that state politicians could
have more influence," she said, noting state
educators and legislators share a rocky past.
"The struggle over union rights is really the
struggle to keep academics in control of aca-
demic initiatives."


Reno speech to kick off women's conference


RENO, from page 1


Center and ground transporta-
tion expenses, said Lohse
Beeland, director of student
activities.
"We've paid significantly
more for people with less stat-
ure than her," she said.
Beeland has been "delight-
ed at the level of cooperation
between Accent and other
student organizations."
She added that this year's
cooperative effort "has been
the best representation over
many different spectrums in
years."
Accent Chairman David
Buchalter said getting Reno to
UF satisfied the goals of his or-
ganization and the Leadership
Council.
"She's a wonderful speaker,


and she has a lot to offer UF
students," he said.
Accent wanted to bring a
"strong woman" to UF Other
women considered for this ap-
pearance were Gabrielle Reece
and Madeleine Albright.
Accent and the Leadership
Council agree that achiev-
ing such a high profile guest
speaker "was a joint effort."
Reno's speech will be an
early kick-off event. for the
council's 18th annual confer-
ence that begins Feb. 13 in the
Reitz Union. The event will
include workshops, a mentor
program and keynote speaker
Caridad Estevez-Lee of the
Florida Commission on the
Status of Women.
Reno was bor in Miami
and attended Harvard Law
School. She served as Dade
County state attorney from


1978-93, the first woman to
hold such a position in Florida.
Throughout her career, she
has promoted women's right
to choose, expansion of child
pornography laws and de-
crease of television violence.
Her most controversial
decision was directing the FBI
to invade the Branch Davidian
compound in Waco, Texas in
1993 when several cult mem-
bers were killed.
Former U.S. Attorney
General Janet Reno
Stephen C. O'Connell Center
Feb. 9
Time: TBA

Women's Leadership
Conference
Reitz Union
Feb. 13
All-day event


Administrators try holistic approach


ALCOHOL, from page 1

$75,000 a year to clean, said Lohse
Beeland, student activities director.
Though the university now keeps
bars from advertising in classrooms,
students still are swamped with
bar flyers while walking to classes.
Meanwhile, on-campus residents
receive bar advertisements regu-
larly in their dorm message slots.
"I do question the appropriate-
ness of bars giving advertising
about purchasing of. alcohol...
when a majority of residents are not
of legal age," Beeland said. "I don't
understand that."
The only on-campus pub, the
Orange & Brew, makes less than
1 percent of its sales from alcohol,
said spokeswoman Jill Rodriguez.
This summer, the restaurant got rid
of draft beers because the kegs went
stale before they went dry.
The restaurant only makes sig-
nificant alcohol sales during home
football games, when nostalgia
draws UF alumni, Rodriguez said.
"They remember the" Orange &
Brew, and then we get a burst of
business," she said.
But if UF administrators decided
to stop alcohol sales, she said she
would "have no issue with that."
Classic Fare Catering serves-alco-
hol in certain situations. Otherwise,
alcohol may only be served in cer-
tain buildings, including the Phillips
Center for the Performing Arts, Ben
Hill Griffin Stadium boxes, incliud-


ing the president's personal box,
and Greek houses, according to
UF's alcohol policy.
Groups must also comply with
a host of regulations, including
providing "a sufficient amount of
non-salty; non-snack food."
The university also allows
alcohol in dorm rooms where all
occupants are at least 21 years old.
However, that population makes
up only 5 percent of the about 9,000
students living on campus.
"I don't think a dry cam-
pus is the right way to go.
I don't think it teaches our
students to use alcohol
responsibly."
Lohse Beeland
Director of Student Activities

However, she said, dealing with
on-campus drinking takes up "a
high percentage of our time."
Though UF officials are still un-
clear on what changes will be made,
all current policies will be reviewed,
said Patricia Telles-Irvin, vice presi-
dent for student affairs.
Though the University of
Oklahoma recently "went dry,"
Beeland said she didn't think that
was necessary at U.
"I don't think a dry campus is the
right way to go," she said. "I don't
think it teaches our students to use
alcohol responsibly."


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Saturday January 29 @ Levin College of Law + 10 am to 4 pm
A chance for upperclassmen to meet with the finest Gainesville's legal profession has to offer.
The $10 fee also includes catered lunch & practice LSAT!
Speakers will include:
> State Attorney William Cervone > Levin College of Law
> Levin College of Law Admission Professors and Students
Counselors and Deans > Representatives from Various
SCorporate and Criminal Legal Aid Organizations
> Corporate and Criminal ...And more!
Defense Attorneys
This is an opportunity not to be missed by any student thinking about the legal profession, from those weighing their
options to those filling out law school applications.
To register, visiteus in the FBK office on the 3rd floor of the Reitz Unionl More info @ www.fbk.org under the Legal Day link.


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By SKYLER SMITH
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Two years of efforts to "cos-
mopolitanize" SFCC's campus
paid off Monday.
The Institute of International
Education announced the com-
munity college as one of the
winners of the annual Andrew
Heiskell Award for Innovation in
International Education.
SFCC won the Internationalizing
the Campus
Award, beating
out several large
research universi-
ties for the $1,000
prize.
"We think we
have a model
Sasser
program for com-
munity colleges," Humanities and
Foreign Languages Department
Chairman Ed Bonahue said of the
efforts to bolster study abroad,
workforce partnerships, services to
foreign students and international-
izing the curriculum.
He added that SFCC received
the award without the resources
to build an office dedicated to
international education.
The push to expand the
college's reach began with SFCC
President Jackson Sasser.
"When I began my presidency
at Santa Fe shortly after the trag-
edy of Sept. 11, I advocated an
SFCC international initiative to
expand and enrich programming
that enhances global peace and
understanding," Sasser said in
a recent press release detailing
progress.
Sasser and Bdnahue will be
traveling to New York April 21 to
accept the award.
The international initiative
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froin the U.S. Department of
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ordinator of the study-abroad
program, she has seen it increase
threefold since the initiative's
first programs were launched
last summer.
SFCC is also using the grant
money to add international
themes to the arts and sciences
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FREE Cable w/ HBO & SHOWTIME*Alarm
Gated*24hr gym* Tan FREE*Close to UF
SPRING SPECIALS*377-2777
4-20-71-1

Super Clean Studio
Walk to Shands-
Long & short term lease
Now as low as $355 monthly
inc all utilities ph 336-9836
4-20-71-1
Live in Peace! Luxury 3BR & 4BR, includes:
utilities, furniture, individual lease, W/D, ex-
tended cable. Starting at $480/mo. Call The
Landings at 336-3838. 4-20-71-2

*** SORORITY ROW AREA ***
Experience the luxury at Windsor Hall.
Located 2 blocks to UF. Beautiful single &
double suites available. Starting at $375/mo
includes everything gym, pool, DSL, -elec-
tric, etc. 337-9255 or www.windsorhall.com
4-20-71-1
BETTER THAN THE DORMS!
Private Rooms $299-$380
Cable*Utilities*W/D*Fully Furnished
No Hassle Living at UFI 372-7111
4-20-71-1

1BR & 2BR Huge floor plan. Private patio,
park at your door. Oasis 377-3149 Furn Avail
3436 SW 42nd Ave & 34th St. $500 & $600/
mo 4-20-71-1
WALK TO UF!
Clean, comfortable efficiency/studio, private
entrance, parking lease. NS, no pets $325/
mo incl utils Call 352-376-8026 2-3-25-1

PROF/GRAD STUDENT. Safe, quiet furn or
unfurn. All amenities $300/mo Leave mssg.
333-8300 12-5-5-1
Apt. for rent for fall 2005! University Terrace
$395/mo includes utilities, internet, cable tv.
On bus route, good location, 4BR/4BA, bal-
cony! Call 219-5997 1-26-15-1
Beautiful lake front home 2BR/2BA Central
ht/air, furnished. $980. Also available Studio/
garage apt downtown. $330. Call 373-6551
leave message. 1-26-10-1

Room for rent in 3BR apt. $240 + -1/3 utils.
Regency Oaks. Call 352-353-5071 1-25-5-1
*Incredible Deal 1/1 in 4/4*
with: internet & cable & elec & water
walking closets, full bath, wash/dry
pool view, gym, FULL furnish
Call for more info 352-258-3542 2-4-12-1


1 For Rent
U furnished


Just Bring Your Clothes!
Furnished 2 & 3 bedrooms from $875
Luxury living with all the perks!
Includes cable, utility packages avail
All we need is you! 372-8100
4-20-60-1

1 Room in downtown apt. Newly remod-
eled. Quiet neighborhood. Close to
Shands, UF & Library. $350/mo. Month
to month or longer lease okay. Pets okay.
Call 262-1351 1-31-7-1,

$800/mo 2BR/2 pvt BA townhouse. Haile
Plantation. Spacious. Vaulted ceiling, sky
-light. Call Katie 332-4404 2-8-10-1


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GATOR PLACE APTS 3600 SW 23 St. 2BR/
1 BAW/D is optional. Park in front of your apt.
Pet play park. 2 mi to VA/Shands. $525/mo
372-0507. 4-20-71-2

*QUIET, CLEAN,. LOTS OF GREEN
SPACE. Rustic 1BR apt. $325/mo.
01BR cottage $375/mo. Call 378-9220 or
mobile 213-3901. 4-20-71-2

AVAILABLE NOW
Walk to UF, Studios and 1 BR's
From $505. free parking
Open WEEKENDS 371-7777
www.ufhome.com
4-20-71-2


LYONS SPECIAL
.$89 1st month's rent
377-8797
4-20-71-2

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Property Mgmt/Rentals 352-335-0440
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CAN'T FIND PARKING? BUS FULL?
Studios & 1/is from $459 at UF
Pool *We Pay Most Utilities Pets OK
Residents get FREE parking...guaranteed
You can't live any closer! 372-7111
4-20-71-2

QUALITY YOU CAN AFFORD
* Avail NOW or AUGUST!
0 1BR $530/2BR $580/3BR $735
* HUGE floor pl#ns! 2 Pools!
* Pets Welcome! ** 335-7275
4-20-71-2
BIG CITY LIVING DOWNTOWN
Stylish Studios, 1/1's, 2/2's, 3/3's
Pool*Alarm*Pets Welcome
.Avail. Now/Fall: 338-0002
4-20-71-2

*SUN BAYAPTSO
*Grad students $99 Deposit*
**Walk or Bike to Campus 0*
f-1 $460/mo*02-1 $520/mo
www.sunisland.info 0**376-6720
4-20-71-2
1 & 2BR apts. convenient to shopping, bus
line, and just a few miles from UF. Located
off SW 20th Ave. $410 $515, incl water,
sewer, pest control & garbage. Sorry no pets
allowed. Call 335-7066 335-7066. 4-20-71-2
Quiet! Convenience! Location!
1BR $460 2BR $530
Beautiful pools/courtyards!
*.Walk to UF! Pets Welcome!
Now orAugust! 372-7555
4-20-71-2
SEPARATE FROM THE COMMON PLACE
Luxury 2BR/2BA & 3BR/3BA
W/D incl. *FREE Cable*Alarm*
24hr. Gym* FREE Tan* Close to UF
Museum Walk 379-9255
4-20-71-2
Deluxe, Large 3 or 4BR apt/house, 60
second walk to UF. Remodeled, Oul House
charm. Central AC, washer/dryer included.
Wood floors. With Parking. By Private
Owner. 538-2181 Iv message 4-20-71-2
"Free for All"
Huge 3BR/2BA $850
Alarm cool pool tennis b-ball
Free UF parking Perfect for pets
Amazing specials 376-4002
4-20-71-2
Deluxe, large one or two bedroom, 60
second walk to UF. Wood firs, washer dryer
included, fireplace, patio deck. Can furnish.
SShort term available. Private Owner. $495-
up. 352-538-2181. Lv mssg 4-20-71-2


For Rent ) or Rent
unfurnished unfurnished


Perfect for 1, Big enough for 2!
750 Sq Ft, Patio, We love pets!
Alarm*Pool*UF Parking*DW*Gym
Move-in now, 1 month free! 332-7401
4-20-71-2

LIVE EVERY DAYA VACATIONI!
1 BR/1 BA*2BR/2BA*3BR/3BA TH
FREE cable w/HBO & SHOWTIME*Alarm
Gated*24hi gym*Tan FREE*Close to UF
SPRING SPECIALS*377-2777
4-20-71-2

1,2 & 3BR with GATED ENTRY!
HUGE apts w/screened porches
FREE Alarm FREE Tanning
24-hour Gym Quiet NW Area
Move-in Specials 372-0400
4-20-71-2

***Beautiful and New***
2BR/2BA & 3BR/3BA LUXURY
FREE High-Speed Internet
FREE Monitored Alarm
FREE Cable w/HBO/Showtime
FREE Tanning & 24 hr Gym
W/D plus TVs in every kitchen
Now & Fall 374-FUNN (3866)
4-20-71-2

* ELLIE'S HOUSES **
Quality single family homes. Walk or bike to
UF. www.ellieshouses.cofn 352-215-4991 or
352-215-4990 4-20-71-2

SUN ISLAND
1.1 from $460.00 2.1 $520,00
$99 deposit for Grad students
999 SW 16th Ave phone # 376-6720
www.sunisland.info
4-20-71-2

Make Them Green With Envyl
Luxury 2&3 Bedrooms from $850
Cable*W/D*Newly Remodeled
Pool*Hot Tub*Tennis*Gym*PC Lab
Reserve now for fall! 372-8100
2 4-20-71-2

HOUSES and CONDOS
All locations and price ranges 4'
If you are tired of apt life
Go to www.maximumre.com or call 374
6905. 8-24-170-2

-Leasing Now & Fall
Large 2BR/BA $629, 3BR/2BA $855
Alarms, pets welcome, free UF parking
Call 373-1111 or visit www.spanishtrace.org
4-20-71-2


1 BLOCK FROM UF
Luxury 2BR/2BA townhomes.
W/D, private balconies.
Open until 8pm and WEEKENDS
Leasing for Fall 371-7777
4-20-71-2

4BR/4BA at UF
Luxury twonhomes 3 blks
W/D, Alarm, Pets ok.
D/W, Avail Fall. 371-7777
www.ufhome.com
4-20-71-2

Rooftop Luxury Overlooking UF
Private 3/2 with HUGE deck
W/D*Free Parking*Elevator Access
One of a kind luxury! 372-7111
4-20-71-2

Summer rates
plus July FREE
on a 15 month lease
Sun Island Properties
376-6720 www.sunisland.info
4-20-71-2

Need space for a 2,3 or 4-some?
TH, W/D & D.W. We love ALL pets!
Pool*Park @ UF.*Free Gym*Alarm
Move-in now, 1 month free! 332-7401
4-20-71-2

*LIVE A RESORT LIFESTYLE*
1/1 & 2/2 flats, 3/3 townhomes
Free Tanning, Aerobics, 24 hr gym
PC lab, Gated, Trash Svc, All amenities.
Leasing Now & Fall, 335-4455
4-20-71-2

Want more? Free even!
4BR 2.5 $1020 Only 1 left
Spacious floor plan -alarm tennis
www.pinetreegardens.com
Free.UF parking 376-4002
4-20-71-2


BIG VALUE, SMALL PRICE
2BR TH $639 inc W/D, alarm; park free@UF
Pets welcome, Daily Specials!
Avail NOW or Fall 373-1111
4-20-71-2

Pine Rush Apartments
1&2 BR apt homes
starting @ $429/mo
$150 deposit. Aug & Sept Free!
375-1519
4-20-71-2


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I For Rent
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HOUSE Walk to UF!
Spacious 3BR house avail now!
Wood floors, huge screen porch
MUST SEE!
Great Value! Open wkends 372-7111
4-20-71-2

More for less, FREE even!
2BR/2BA- Only $680
Pool bus route alarm tennis
Pet perfect- Free
Stop by and see us 376-4002
4-20-71-2


1BR/1BA $420, 2BR/1BA $495, 2BR/2BA
$525, 3BR/2BA $695. New carpet, Italian
tile, cent AC/H, covered patio, DW, verticals,
W/D hkups, pool. Some utils, walk to UF.
332-7700. 4-20-71-2

1BR & 2BR/1BA with W/D, central heat/air,
dishwasher,ceramic tile, private patio, pets
arranged. Off SW 34th St. Near bus rt. From
$499 377-1633 1-31-92-2

ALREADY SICK OF YOUR ROOMMATE?
SPECIAL DEALS AT
SUN KEY
376-6720 4-20-71-2

*"LIVE IN LUXURY***
HUGE TWNHMS:2/2 & 3/3
Free cable, w/HBO & Showtime
W/D*alarm*free tanning*comp lab
Pets welcome*Private dog park
Leasing NOW & FALL 377-2801
4-20-71-2


Free Extended Basic Cable! Pets Welcome!
1000 sq ft Split Floor Plan, W/D Hook-ups
& DW, 1BR/1BA & 2BR/2BA Available. Call
Now 372-9913 4-20-71-2

Amazingly Affordable! HUGE 650sq ft
1BR 1000 sq ft 2BR Townhouses & Flats!
Discounted Rates Starting @ $380 & $480.
Close to Santa Fe, UF & 1-75, 332-5070.
4-20-71-2

HOUSES Close to UF, schools, shopping,
630 NW 35th St. 3/2, family room, carport,
Ig screened porch, fenced backyard $1200
331-0095 OTHER HOUSES AVAILABLE.
4-20-71-2

Total Elec, 2.& 3 Bedroom, $395-$550, cent
A/C, pool, tennis, B-ball, waste, pest, lawn
mowing. 251b pet $15/mo. M-F 10-6 or by
appt. Alamar Gardens 4400 SW 20th Ave.
373-4244 UF bus line #20 4-20-71-2


For Rent
unfurnished

One BR apt for rent. 1 person, 1 car, no
smoking, no pets, no fleas. It is small, but
has it all. All util. pd. $360/mo, unfurnished.
Call Charlie "Whitey" Webb. 375-4373. Stop
by 1215 NE 20th Ave. 1-29-25-2

SUPER CUTE! 2BR 2.5BA TH, fireplace,
dining room, washer/dryer,
$700/rent, 2327 SW 73rd Terrace
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 1-28-19-2


1 MONTH FREE RENT!
20 steps to class! 1&2 BR apts avail Aug
on special from $310/person. Lofts, Ig
closets & TONS of amenities! Call 376-6223
TrimarkProperties.com 4-21-71-2

7 steps to UF! Going fast!
Huge all-inclusive furnished townhouses
Free elec, cable, ethernet! Individual
leases & roommate matching. From
$428/m 372-3557 TheCourtyards.net 4-20-
71-2

Apartments Available Now
All Florida Areas; All Major US Cities
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*8 BLOCKS TO UF*
Large 2BR/1 BA apt. Carpet, cent H/AC,
$500/mo 375-8256
4-20-70-2

Have Roommates?
3BR/2BA House $950
Only You?
1 BR/1BA House $450
Mitchell Realty 374-8579 x 1 4-20-70-2

So Close to Campus
Avail now, 2BR/1 & 2 BA apts.
$400, $450, $695 Mitchell Realty
374-8579 x 1 4-20-70-2

1/2 PRICE APTS! Close to UF/Downtown.
2BR & 3BR starting @ $525/mo Call 373-
4423 or online at www.maximumre.com
8-15-95-2

PET'S PARADISE, no app/pet fee.
twnhm.2BR/1.5BA privacy fence, modern
appliances/fans, WD hkups, 1000 SW 59th
Terr. Pvt owner, please leave detailed mes-
sage. Other units avail. $425/mo 331-2099
2-3-20-2

SHORT LEASE NEGOTIABLE on some
Units SEE PET'S PARADISE AD 352-331-
2099 2-3-20-2


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Located right behind Florida Bookstore
Plenty of FREE PARKING!

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Call 352-376-4493 or visit
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3-31-56-2

2BR/1BA Duckpond area house. Cent H/A,
W/D, DW, large yard, prefer grad students.
Pets OK $780/mo 850-529-7069 2-3-20-2

***CASABLANCA EAST***
SBR/2.5BATownhouse, close to UF, Student's
dream. $750/mo; low dep, W/D incl. Call Phil
at 352-235-0600 1-31-17-2

DOWNTOWN Avail immediately. month-
to-month ok. 2BR/1BA apt. Newly remod-
eled, quiet neighborhood, pets OK, close
to Shands, UF & library. $650-715/mo. Call
262-1351 1-31-17-2
3BR across from UF
Avail Fall, From $385 per BR.
Vaulted ceilings, laundry,
Breakfast bar, pets ok.
Open.WEEKENDS 371-7777
4-20-69-2

WOOD FLOORS at UF
1&2 BRs avail Fall
Pets ok, some w/ W/D
OPEN WEEKENDS 371-7777
www.ufhome.com
4-20-69-2


115 STEPS FROM CAMPUSIII
Luxury Opposite Library West!
Beautiful 2BR/2BA...all amenities
LOOKING GLASS APTS
Call 376-1111 or Come by
111 NW 16th St. #1
4-20-69-2


Immaculate 3BR brick home easy walk north
from UF library with large fenced yard in
quiet, safe, NW neighborhood. Cent H&A,
fireplace, Ig Fla rm, wood floors, W&D, ADT
secur, nice kitchen, dishwasher. 1617 NW
7th PI. $1450/mo. Call Tom @ 215-4990 or
Bill @ 561-307-3690 1-31-16-2

2BR/1.5BA 5-10 min bike ride to med or UF.
All new carpet, W/D, DW, stove. No smk,
pets, 239-898-9317 1038 B off SW 6 St on
10th Ln. $600/mo 3-7-38-2

6 MONTH LEASE 2BR/1.5BA
Duplex, walk to UF, CH/AC,
$495/rent, 805 NW 3rd Avenue
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 1-28-14-2

DOWNTOWN LOCATION 3BR/2BA
Wood floors, fireplace, living & dining rooms,
Den, $625/rent, 223 SW 4th Avenue
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 1-28-14-2

CHEAP RENT 2BR/1.5BA
W/d hookups, CH/AC, dishwasher, $475/r'o
5320 NW 20th Court
Carl Turlington Real Estate Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlngtonRealEstate.com 1-28-14-2

WALK TO UF
Studio $335/mo
1BR $400/mo
2BR $695/mo
Gore-Rabell Real Estate, Inc. 378-1387
www.gore-rabell.com
4-20-68-2


ROOMMATE NEEDED
Best offer 1BR in 3BR/2BA house. Want
- grad/mature student 352-262-5860 1-25-
10-2


Clean 3BR/2BA, double garage, fireplace,
wood floors & new carpet. $975/mo at 2534
NW 52nd PI. GREENTREE REALTY 317-
4392 1-25-10-2

***WALK TO CAMPUS***
2BR/2BA apt off of NW 17th St. 3 blks
from campus. W/D hookup, DW, all pets
ok. $650/mo No dep. Call 352-219-5323.
1-26-10-2


UI For Rent
unfurnished

House on Suwannee River w/clear spring in
backyard, Belle FL. 3BR/2.5Ba, W/D hkups,
scr porch, cent H/AC, quiet neighborhood,
Ig yard wltrees, fenced. $800/mo 376-0080
1-26-10-2

Quiet & Clean! 2BR/1BA $525, quiet neigh-
borhood, 1000 sq ft, tile firs, spacious,
Ivg/dining rm, W/D hkups, pvt patio in bkyrd,
near UF, 1824 NW 10th St. 376-0080 1-26-
10-2

*AVAILABLE NOW*
2BR/1BA HAILE HOUSE
3BR/2BA HAILE HOUSE
2BR/1BA BRANDYWINE
6654106 CHARLENE
1-26-10-2

**1BR & 2BR BEAUTIFUL**
NEW kitchen, tile, carpet, pain
2BR- over 1100 sq ft O $650/ mo
1 BR-over 800 sq ft 00 $550/mo
Close to UF, beautiful, quiet
High-speed wireless internet
$30 off deposit 376-2507
4-20-63-2

** 3BR/4BR LIKE A HOUSE
Huge townhouse, fireplace,
W/D hook-ups, patio,
New carpet & tile, fitness & basketball
high speed wireless internet
3BR/2.5BA only $850
4BR/3BA only $1099
Close to UF in SW
Beautiful/quiet 376-2507
4-20-63-2

3BR/2BA HOUSE. Close to UF & Santa Fe.
Tile floors, Berber carpet, all appliances incl.
Privacy fenced-in yard. $1050/mo. Call 215-
9987 2-14-21-2


SEROIUS STUDENTS ONLY. New 3BR/2BA
house, 2 car garage in brand new subdivi-
sion close to UF & SFCC. All appliances
$1300/mo Negotiable based on length of
lease. Call 215-9987 2-14-21-2


WOODLAND VILLAS
1 MONTH FREE on 2BR Units
Starting at $760/mo Gated community.
Mon thru Fri 1 to 5pm, Sat 10am to 2pm
5950 SW 20th Ave 332-3022
1-24-5-2

DOWNTOWN STUDIO/GARAGE APT.
$330. Available Feb. Also LAKEFRONT
2BR/2BA, central. $980. Clal 373-6551 leave
message 1-25-5-2

1BR w/pvt gated courtyard. Small quiet com-
plex located at 3320 SW 23rd St. Starting
@ $380/mo. Pets arranged. Call 377-2150.
Please leave a message. 2-2-11-2


Threesomes Welcomel
All the space you need only $1050
Pool*Hot Tub* Tennis*Gym*PC Lab
W/D*Cable with HBO*Extra Storage
The perfect three-bedroom! 372-8100
4-20-60-2


2 people to sublet a 2BR/2BA 1st floor apt in
Hidden Lakes. $860/mo incl cable & internet.
No lease transfer fee! Avail Immed July 30.
oigin y Frt S Lu y L ILJ| u ,i I. il nc '-
234-7678 1-28-7-2


Studio Apt. Walk td campus. Refrigerator,
W/D provided. Avail Immed. $540/mo. Water
included. Call Nancy 904-824-8192 1-27-5-2


Spacious 2BR/1BA. in historic twnhm. Walk
downtown. Wood floors, new kitchen, W/D,
cent A/C, ceiling fans, no dogs, large back-
yard. Move in Feb 26th. $620/mo. $400 sec.
dep. Call 338-1248 2-1-8-2


Female roommate to move.in ASAP 2BR/
1BA apt. at Picadilly. $325/mo + 1/2 utilities.
$0 sec dep. Move in now, Jan free!! 352-
.377-2706 Denisse. 1-31-7-2

Haile Plantation Laurel Park. 3BR/2BA
Beautiful home. Quiet neighborhood. Great
running trails. $1200/mo Avail 3/1. Bruce
246-3690 2-25-26-2


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unfurnished


**Great 2BR/1 BA Condo**
1000 sq ft, 2 story, open floor plan. Fenced
backyard for pets. W/D, DW. Short & sep
leases avail! $600/mo 352-258-8481 1-27-
5-2


DUCK PONDI Cute 1BR/1BA, wood floor
eat-in kitchen, ceiling fans, $475/rent
305-C NE 6th Street
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9521-
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 1-28-5-2


SOUTHFORK OAKS! 2BR/1.5BA
Townhouse, living/dining combo,
Breakfast bar, pool, W/D hookups, $595/ren
2300 SW 43rd Street #1-3
Carl Turlington Real Estate.com
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 1-28-5-2


STUDIO APT BIKE TO SHANDS &
VET SCHOOLI Spacious studio,washel
dryer, fenced yard, lawn svc, $450/rent
3811 SW 20th Street
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9521
www.TurlintonRealEstate.com 1-28-5-2


GREAT LOCATION 2BR/1BA,
Ceramic tile, screen porch, w/d hookups,
$750/rent, 4234 NW 26th Srive
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-952,
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 1-28-5-2



ROCKWOOD VILLAS
3BR/3 full baths. End unit. W/D. Recently
renovated. $795/mo. Call 407-578-2721
1-28-5-2


*NOW PRE-LEASING*
1BR $699 2BR $839 3BR $999
$99 dep. Full size W/D,
Direct Campus Access,
Pool, Fitness Center!
Open M-F 8:30 5:30, Sat 11-4
Pebble Creek Apts 376-9607
4-20-59-2


A cozy stone cottage. Bike to UF. 2BR/.BA
w/office & large yard. $695/mo. Drive by
1st, 303 SE 8th St, then call 352-538-1310
1-26-2-2


4BR/3BA HOUSE 2200 sq ft. Living; dining
& family rooms, porch, fenced, garage,
wood floors. Near UF. 1301 NW 31st Dr.
$1350/mo 371-1998 1-26-2-2


2BR/1 BA Apts. $500-525/mo
5 BIks to UF! 840 sq ft
829 SW 5th Avenue, St. Croix Apts.
Cent H &Air, Inclds Wtr, Swg, Pst Ctrl,
Garbage. Merrill Management Inc. 372-149
1-28-4-2


1BR/1BA 1 BIk to UF!
Carpet, Central H &Air, Laundry
On site. $515/mo includes utilities
Call Merrill Management Inc. 372-1494
1-28-4-2


2BR/2BA in WOODSIDE VILLAS
7200 SW 8th Avenue $620/mo
Pool, Clubhouse, etc.
Call Merrill Management Inc. 372-1494
1-28-4-2


2BR/1BAApt, 1 Block to UF.
Central H & Air. Tile Floors
1236 SW 1st AVe. $575/mo
-Call Merrill Management Inc. 372-1494
1-28-4-2


2BR/1BAApts 1 Block to UF
New Carpet, Window A/C, Nat Gas Ht
1216 SW 3rd Avenue, $540/mo
Call Merrill Management Inc. 372-1494
1-28-4-2


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1508 NW 4th Ave.
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Ig open, good area $580-610 2/2, pation,
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2BR avail in 4BR/4BA condo in Countryside
@ University. Includes cable, utilities, W/D.
Living rm furn. Call Irvin (352)379-2926
email- icheng@bellsouth.net $450/month
1-27-20-3

Apartments Sublets & Roommates
All areas. Stu, 1 & 2 Bdrm; $400-1500
Short-Long & Furn-Unfurn
1-(877) FOR-RENT (367-7368)
WWV.SUBLET.COM 4-20-71-3

BEST DEAL IN GAINESVILLE
$350 for 1BR in a 2BR/2BA apt. Call 352-
318-5438 2-22-30-3

1BR/1BA in 3BR/3BA townhouse @ The
Laurels. 24/hr gym, tanning, comp lab &
more! Utils & HBO/Show incl. Rent $430/mo
Nov. FREE. Call 222-3319 1-25-10-3

***WALK TO CAMPUS***
2BR/2BA Apt off of NW 17th St. 3 blks
from campus. W/D hookup, DW, All pets
OK. $650/mo No dep. Call 352-219-5323
1-26-10-3


Cheap & 2 min to UF
Avail May. $350/mo incl utils. Call 514-5733.
1-28-10-3

Awesome apt 1BR/1BA in 3BR/3BA @
Hidden Lake. enjoy your own, private room
w/your own private bath & huge walk-in clos-
et. Ofly min to UF. LET'S DEAL! Call Angie
35. 213-8572 or 352-331-4400 1-28-10-3

Takeover lease by 2/1 & I'll give you $100!
1BR/1BA in 2BR/2BA Hidden Lake w/male
roommate. 1-story villa w/small fenced yard.
fully furn except BR. $449/mo. Avail imme-
diately. Lease ends Aug. Call 352-685-3332
1-31-10-3

CLOSEST TO UF & CHEAPEST
Studio apt, 2 blks N of stadium $335/
mo. Incl water & trash, perfect location!
Avail 2/1. 352-335-0694, 772-332-3526
ufmystic@yahoo.com 1-28-9-3

Avail 2/7. Big 1BR in duplex just behind
Norman Hall. Walk to class. Hardwood floors.
Feels like a house, not an apt. Call 256-8211.
$550/mo FEB RENT FREE. 1-25-5-3

1BR DOWNTOWN! Wysteria Downs. Full
amenities, quiet, overlooks creek, will pay
sec. dep. $770/mo. Call 514-9262 1-31-15-3

Sublease 1BR/1BA in 2BR/2BA apt.
Furnished. Females only. 4 biks to UF. Utils,
cable & internet included. $450/mo OBO.
941-320-9385, 941-378-1977 1-27-7-3

$650/1BR/Rent reduction on spacious
downtown Apt. Perfect location. Vaulted
ceilings, fireplace, balcony overlooking park,
W/D. 2 min to campus. Pets welcome 514-
9262 2-1-10-3

1 BR apt for $350/mo OBO. Was $450/mo but
need to move out of Florida to take job up
north. Call Ty 514-2981 2-3-12-3

WINDMEADOWS sublease $500/mo neg.
1BR/1BA behind Butler Plaza. JAN FREE!
Feb 1-July 30,2005. Work-out room, laundry.
Call 352-375-6381 2-1-10-3

SUBLEASE- Avail Immediately!
Fully furnished, all utils incl, cable, personal
phoneline. $465/mo. 1 MONTH FREE.
Lexington Crossing on UF bus rt. Call 352-
271-1665. 1-26-5-3


9 Subleases 3


1 BR/1BA. Large BR w/walk-in closet. Free
parking across from UF. Rent incl water,
sewer, garbage, pest control. $450/mo.
Lease until 7/05. Please call 352-598-5481
2-16-20-3

1BR/1BA. Pine Rush Apts. Jan Free! Move
in now. $399/mo. Lease ends 5/31/05. Keep
sec deposit. SW 20th Ave. Call 332-7894 Iv.
message. 1-26-5-3


F roommate needed for 1BR in 4BR/2E
Close to campus at University Commo
Less than $400/mo for everything. Fi
furn. Call Amy at 352-262-3662. No. dep
fee. 1-25-4-3.


2 people to sublet 2BR/2BA 1st floor apt in
Hidden Lakes. $860/mo incl cable & internet.
No lease transfer fee! Avail immed July 30.
Sign by Feb 1st get 1BR of furn free! 954-
234-7678 1-28-7-3


**ROOMMATE NEEDED***
1BR/1BA in 3BR/3BA close to campus and
restaurants. $343/mo + 1/3 util. Call Leah at
352-514-4428 anytime! 1-31-7-3


1 or both roomsin 2BR Downtown Apt.
Quiet neighborhood. Close to Shands, UF
& Library. $350/mo. Pets ok. Call 262-1351
1-31-7-3

Large 2BR/1BA Avail now until May. Keep
sec dep. $560/mo. Right next to University.
Call Amanda or Chris 352-246-4708 or 352-
454-0839 1-27-5-3

SPACIOUS 1BR/1BA apt with study. Avail
3/1-7/31. Only $499/mo. Option 'to renew
lease. Located SW 35th PI. Call 352-256-
0501 1-27-5-3


Sublease Now-July 31, 2005
Sunbay Apts 2Br/1BA
$550/month $200 deposit included
Close to'UF/On b6s route 16
352-256-7831 or 305-467-5255 2-3-10-3


Sublease needed for 1 Br in 3BR/2.5Ba town-
house at Stoneridge. $305/mo + utils. Call
352-271-1124 1-28-5-3


HUGE 1BR in amazing 5BR house. Has
BBQ, pooltable, pool and beautiful view. See
it to believe it! $360 a month. Call- Ryan @
352-219-8677 1-28-5-3.


ACROSS FROM NORMAN HALL
Huge 2/1, wd firs, cent, A/C sublet til end of
Apr. $900 dep can work deal, $695 month
352-264-3523 or 352-378-1387 2-7-11-3


COLLEGE STUDIOS Across from UF!
Spring/Summer $459/mo. Util incl.. Call 561-
329-5695 or kribi529@gmail.com 2-4-10-3


WALK TO CLASS! $250/mo
Now til Aug. Courtyards 352-328-6967 all
included! 2-27-3-3


MAGNOLIA PLACE APTS on NW 39th St.
1BR/2Ba, garage, luxury twonhome. Brand
new. $768/mo ($950 original price) Call
Linda 866-730-6152 or evenings 377-0289
1-31-5-3


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Female sublease at Courtyards.
1 bedroom in 4/2 townhouse
furniture & util included; $399/mio
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514-6408 or murraymd@ufl.edu 2-7-10-3



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Roommate Matching HERE
3A. Oxford Manor 377-2777
ns. The Landings 336-3838
ully The Laurels 335-4455
or Cobblestone 377-2801
Hidden Lake 374-3866
4-20-71-4


Female roommate for one/two female UF
students. Quiet. Resposible. 60 second walk
to UF Old house charm with all amenities.
Avail Now. $400 up. 352-538-2181.Lv mes-
sage. Private Owner 4-20-71-4

Female roommates wanted brand new 2100
sq ft home. Huge pool, pvt fence, minutes to
UF. Internet, HBO cable, sec alarm,& utils
incl $525/mo.Aval Fall. Call Jacqueline 352-
395-7462 or 941-780-3526 4-20-71-4

2BR. avail to NS, F. Quiet 1600 sq ft home.
Gated Plantation Oaks Country Club. W/D,
furn living area, garage avail, wireless inet &
cable. $400/BR + 1/3 utils. No pets. 954-649-
2690 1-31-22-4

Female student to join two females in nice
3BR house 3mi. from UF on bus rte, tile/
hardwood, fenced yard, $285/mo+ 1/3 GRU
& internet, 381-5597 1-26-15-4

GIRLS ONLY 2 rooms each w/prvt baths.
cent AC, W/D, cable incl. Interenet ready.
$375/mo each. 1 mo FREE. Call 352-472-
97781-26-15-4

WALK to UF
2 grad students seek NS roommate in luxury
home. $400/mo Avail 1/5. Call 283-6279
2-2-20-4

Sublets and Rooms Available
All Florida Areas; All Major Cities
Browse available Rooms FREE!
www.METROROOMMATES.com
1-(877)-For-Rent (367-7368) 4-20-71-4

ROOMMATE WANTED. IN BIG HOUSE
CLOSE TO CAMPUS. $350-$450/mo. Call
Jerry 352-745-1877 1-31-17-4

Walk to UF 1939 NW 5th Ave. Private BA,
W/D, CHA, Dig, cable, wireless internet, flex-
ible lease, 352-682-9342 1-27-20-4

Roommate Clean. 3/2 house Near UF/SFCC.
Pool, big yard, W/D, cable ethernet, garage,
NS. $380/mo share utils. Call Jake 352-376-
8099 or 239-564-0069 2-7-20-4

SPACIOUS 1BR/1BA apt in Haile Plantation.
All inclusive $600/mo. Call Katie 871-5277
1-25-10-4

M/F NS Grad student/professional wanted to
rent furn room in gorgeous new house 1.5 mi
to Shands. Kitchen, LR, laundry $425+ utils
336-5450 or 954-646-1341 2-1-10-4

Avail NOW Great location 1 BR/1 BA in
3BR/3BA, washer and dryer, high speed in-
ternet, $308/mo + util. Females only, please
call Lauren @ 352-799-3726 Lv message.
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1BR in charming 2BR apt. Wood floors, walk
to UF, female. $350/mo incl utils. ASAP 305-
781-0244 1-27-10-4

M or F roommate wanted to share 2BR/2BA-
Colonial Village apt. Must like pets, very nice,
serious student $450/mo Mike 213-3340 1-
27-10-4

Looking for quiet clean person. 3Br/3BA
furnished townhouse. Wood floors, washer/
dryer. $400/mo utils incl. $200 deposit. Call
352-745-1552 1-31-11-4

M/F responsible student to share 3BR/2BA
home in quiet NW area. $300/mo + 1/3
utils. Call 352-303-6128 or 727-458-2737
2-7-15-4

Roommate needed to share beautiful 3/2
house in NW Gainesville. Fully furn, pets
welcome, huge fenced yard, W/D, -DW.
Available immediately. Vicky at 386-734-
3080 1-31-10-4

1BR in 2BR/1BA apt. Pine Rush on SW 20th
Ave. $250/mo + 1/2 utils. Common area furn
w/TV, DVD player & cable. Room avail ASAP.
Call 352-871-6456 2-1-10-4

Female only for 3BR condo. $70/wk incl all.
Near Millhopper. Pool, tennis, DSL. 352-
338-2891, 352-363-0143, 352-363-0144
1-25-5-4

*CLOSE TO UF/SFCC*
F wanted to share 4BR/2BA house in NW
G'ville w/large pool. $320 incl cable, phone,
shi-sp internet. Must pay 1/4 GRU. $100 de-
posit. 1.5 miles to UF, on SFCC bus route.
Call Renee 373-7627 1-26-5-4


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Roommate wanted in BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2BA
Rockwood Villas townhome. Fully furn, close
to campus & Oaks Mall, W/D, wood firs,
vaulted ceilings. $440/mo incl everything.
Call Kristen 352-682-6861 1-25-4-4

STUDENT ROOMMATE NEEDED in 3BR/
2BA condo. Pvt patio w/room. $350/mo. Call
Tina @ 352-331-1151 1-26-5-4


Spacious 1BR with balcony & walk-in closet
in 3BR/2.5BA townhome. 1-car garage,
W/D, new appliances, 100" theater system,
pooltable. Brand new gated community. No
sec dept, pets welcome.- $300/mo incl utils.
James 904-866-7539 1-25-4-4


2 ROOMMATES NEEDED in spacious 4/2
HOUSE by law school. Master BR $450 or
other BR $350 + utils. AD, W/D. Call 850-
510-4063 or 352-328-4633 2-2-10-4


Share nice NW condo in Blues Creek. $450/
mo utils inci No pets. Pool privileges. Call
334-2086 or 246-4743 1-25-5-4


***FREE Jan rent***
ROOM in HOUSE on 2nd Ave by LAW
SCHOOL! Waher/dryer, wireless internet
fireplace, etc. Call 352-598-8118 1-31-7-4

Share 2BR Downtown apt. Newly remod-
eled. Close to Shands, UF & Library. $350/
mo. Month to month or longer lease okay.
Pets okay. Call 262-1351 1-31-7-4

Female roommate needed. 2Br/2BA condo
in Sparrow., Tower Rd. Private bath &
balcony. Flat rate, month to month $375 incl
util. 352-359-2382 1-31--7-4


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low-top, mattress & box. Name brand, new,
still in plastic. Sacrifice $150. Call 352-372-
7490 will deliver. 4-20-71-6


BED FULL SIZE ORTHOPEDIC Pilla-top
mattress & box. New, unused, still in plastic
w/warranty. Can deliver. Sacrifice $140. Call
352-377-9846 4-20-71-6


SOFA& LOVESEAT
Brand new still packaged w/warranty. Must
sell. Can deliver. Retail $1400. Sacrifice
$399 352-372-7490 4-20-71-6
BED King Pillowtop mattress & box springs.
Orthopedic rated. Name brand, new, never
been used, in plastic with warranty. Sell
$230. Call 352-372-8588 Can deliver. 4-
20-71-6
CHERRY SLEIGH BED solid with Pillowtop
Mattress & Box. All new still boxed. Cost
$1500, sacrifice $550 352-271-5119 4-20-
71-6
BEDROOM SET. 7pc Cherry, Queen/ king
bed, dresser w/mirror, 2 nightstands, chests
avail. Dovetail const. New-in boxes. Can de-
liver. Retail $6500, must sell, sacrifice $1400
(352) 372-7490 4-20-71-6
BEDROOM SET. 7pc Cherry, Queen/ king
bed, dresser w/mirror, 2 nightstands, chests
avail. Dovetail const. New, in boxes. Can de-
liver. Retail $6500, must sell, sacrifice $1400
(352) 372-7490 4-20-71-6
SOFA, LOVESEAT, & CHAIR 100% Italian
leather. Still new in boxes w/warranty. Cost
$5000. Sacrifice $1,500. Call 352-372-8588
4-20-71-6


S DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry set w/table,
, 6 Chippendale chairs, hutch & buffet. New,
still in boxes. Retail $5200, sacrifice $1100.
Must sell. Can deliver. 352-372-8588 4-20-
71-6
FUTON Solid oak mission-style frame w/
mattress. Brand new, all unused in box. Sell
$199 can deliver. 352-377-9846 4-20-71-6

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rds*Full mattress & boxspring sets
L90Qn sets $890Single sets $390King
,ts $990From estate sale: Safe pine
ink bed $109. 376-0939/378-0497. Call a
mattress 4370 SW 20th Ave 4-20-71-6

.dding close-outsOAll wrapped in
asticetwin sets $790full sets $1190Qn
its $1390King sets $189tstudent dis-
iunts applyO4370 SW 20th Ave. 376-0953.
'e deliver. 4-20-71-6

RAND NEW QUEEN PILLOWTOP
ATTRESS & BOX. Still in plastic. $240/
BO;:lease call 352-870-2602 1-25-5-6

leather couch $80, armoire $80, wood
>sk $50, Lazy Boy beige $50, nightstand
!0, dining room table $35, radio $20.
everything must go! 305-775-7011 Annie.
25-5-6


REMODELING SALE!
)uble beds, kigng beds, computer desk,
tairs & lamps! Call 332-2346 1-27-5-6

Jeen size bed $70, Ig dorm fridge $40,
Itertainment center, large real wood $140,
)rtable sewing machine $45, dresser $35,
nail desk $35. Call 335-5326 1-25-1-6







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amputer HELP fast! A+ Computer Geek
3use/dorm 59 min response. No waiting/
iplugging/hassels. $10 Gator Discount.
'F Cert MCSE technicians. 333-8404.
Aw.AComputerGeek.com 8-23-170-7

G'ville Computer Repair Inc*
3rvice on all PC MAC and Networks 1204
iV 13th St Ste #10 352-337-2500. 4-20-
1-7

3MPUTER SOLUTIONS, INC.
amplete residential & commercial support,
3tworking & website development. $45/hr
ww.gainesvillecsi.com 371-2230 4-20-71-7

APTOP REPAIR
Jy & sell. Looking for quantity for parts.
Nw.pcrecycle.biz 336-0075 4-20-71-7


COMPUTER & LAPTOP REPAIRS"
atwork specialists
'e buy computers and laptops
workingg and Non-working
'8-4009, 607 NW 13th Street
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I, iLtr.4 352.219.2980
20-66-7

ATORNERD.COM
:omputer/laptop repair
networks, wireless, virus
ve BEAT all prices!
lome/dorm 352-219-2980 4-20-66-7

IP 5555 PDA
owner, excellent condition. Bluetooth en-
)led. Call 352-494-1817 1-28-5-7


a1 Electronics


DISCOUNT HI-FI
722 S. Main I The Red Bldg
WE ARE CHEAPER
-20-71-8


8jl Bicycles

NEW & USED BIKES FOR SALE
Many to choose from
* Best Prices in Townl
SPIN CYCLE 373-3355
424 W University Ave 4-20-69-9



* For Sale


PARKING:
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF.
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538-
2181. Can leave mssg. 4-20-71-10

PARTY SUPPLIES: Complete line of bar
supplies, glassware, beer taps, draft beer
equipment. Professional cooking utensils.
R.W.Beaty Co. 4322 NW 13th St, Gville
RWBEATY.COM 376-5939. 4-20-71-10

GET CHEAP TEXTBOOKS
Search 24 bookstores in 1 click! S&H
and taxes automatically calculated. Try it
today! http://www.bookhq.com 2-15-35-10

-STRESS? OVERLOAD? NEED TO RELAX?
OR LOOKING FOR LOVE? Try Aphrodisia
Beverage. 0 calories, 0 sugar w/relaxing
aphrodiciac herbs. Students using it nation-
wide. Buy/sell it. www.aphrodisiabeverage.c
om or dary333@yahoo.com 2-25-20-10


G Motorcycles, Mopeds)


** SCOOTERS **
RPM MOTORCYCLES INC
SALES, SERVICE, PARTS
Many Brands Available 518 SE 2nd St.
www.RPMmotprcycles.com 377-6974
4-20-71-11

Swamp Cycles
Electric Bikes, Scooters, and morel
Prices from $450 with lyr warranty
534 SW 4th Ave. 373-8823
www.swampcycles.com 4-20-70-11

03 SUZUKI SV 650 S. Excellent cond,
mechanic kept. Fast. Fender elim & more.
$4990, OBO 386-801-1483 1-25-10-11


2004 GEELY SCOOTER
Perfect condition, never used. 49.5 cc, silver
$650 OBO. Call Amanda 615-330-0133
1-25-5-11


Avoid parking problems. 1996 black Yamaha
Virago 250cc, 540cc, 5400 mi, good con-
dition, $1600 OBO. Tony 352-219-4401
1-31-5-11



Autos


*FAST CASH PAID FOR ANY CAROL
ORunning or not!*
*NEED HONDA, TOYOTA, PICKUPS
*Over 10 yr svc to UF students
*Call Don @ 215-7987 4-20-71-12

CARS -CARS BuyOSelleTrade
Clean BMW, Volvo, Mercedes
Toyota, Honda, Nissan cars
3432 N Main St. www.carrsmith.com
CARRSMITH AUTO SALES 373-1150
4-20-71-12


**FAST CASH PAID**
For: CARS, TRUCKS, MOTORCYCLES
Running or Not 1990 & up only
S Call Ray 352-284-8619
j 4-20-71-12


OVER 50 IMPORTS UNDER $10,000
SELECT MOTOR CAR
THE YELLOW BUILDING
2715 N MAIN 377-1616
www.selectmotorcar.us
4-20-71-12


.themarket for a new set of wheels or just Best Cars Lowest Prices
oking to add a second to that collection?
/ant personalized handlebars or a fitted Www.39thaveimports.com
sat? Check in the Alligator Classifieds. 4-20-71-1212


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94 Del Sol Civic 5sp $3995
96 Accord LX 4dr $4495
97 Civic 2dr AT $4995
99 Civic 4dr AT $5995
GATORIDES 318-0813
4-20-71-12

*HEADLINERS SAGGING?*
**Power windows don't work?**
On site available
Call Steve 338-5142. .
4-20-71-12

$500! Police Impounds!
Hondas, Chevys, Toyotas, etc.
For listings 800-749-8116 ext4622 1-31-
19-12

SUN CITY AUTO SALES
* Bring your W2 & drive home today. Cash
cars as low as $1000. No credit check. Call
now 338-1999 4-20-63-12

SUN CITY AUTO SALES
We finance anyone! $2000 discount off fi-
nance price. More than 150 vehicles in stock.
Call 338-1999 Drive today! 4-20-63-12

SUN CITY AUTO SALES
All vehicles $0 down & up! Plus +++ 30 day
warranty eng & trans. No credit check.-Call
338-1999 4-20-63-12

SUZUKI GRAN VITARA '01
67k miles, 6 cylsilver, runs great $6950. Call
352-335-6337 1-28-10-12

2002 CHEVY BLAZER
2dr, 2WD, excellent condition, still under
factory warranty. 23,900 mi, 4.3/6 cylauto
.engine. Many extras. $12,500. Extended
warranty avail. 372-8092 1-25-7-12

MITSUPIHii MiFLGE DE 2000
Dark green r, cil.an A/C, CD, 4 doors.
Excellent condition. Low mileage,, depend-
able. Asking $6500. 352-392-4700 ext 15594
1-25-5-12

Ford Thunderbird 1996 V8 107k mi blue/
green, wel kept, drives well, all power..$3999
215-2039 1-25-5-12


01 NISSAN ALTIMA Excellent condition, sil-
ver, fully loaded, CD, player, pwr everything,
A/C, cruise control, dual airbags. $8500.
Alkjandro 352-622-7175, 352-843-3371 1-
26-5-12

Acura Integra LS, 1995, 2dr, blk, good cond,
120k, 5 spd-man, no AC, w/pwr everything,
moon roof, CD. Asking $3580 Call 332-7158
or email moretexture@cox.net 1-27-6-12


1996 Honda Accord EX sedan V-6 automat-
ic, leather, A/C, power everything, 86k, very
clean, white, $6600 or best offer, #352-335-
3852 frankiev@bellsouth.net 2-4-9-12


GATORMAX USED CARS
Buy, Sell, Trade.
We Finance. 495-9500
gatormax.net
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LOCAL ARTIST NEEDS: GOLD,
DIAMONDS, GEMS, CLASS RINGS, ETC
TOP CASH $ OR TRADE. OZZIE'S FINE
JEWELRY. 373-9243 4-20-71-13

On-going VOLUNTEER needed: Blind lady
needs trans on Sundays only to Mass @
Queen of Peace Catholic Church or St.
Augustine Catholic Church. For more info
call 219-6948. I live in the Tower Rd area.
2-8-60-13

WANTED: LOCAL ARTISTS TO DONATE
ARTWORK FOR CHARITY AUCTION.
Theme should celebrate women. Email Erin:
ufmcdonough@msn.com 1-28-10-13


Help Wanted


This newspaper assumes no responsibil-
ity for injury or loss arising from contacts
made through advertising. We suggest that
any reader who responds to advertising use
caution and investigate the sincerity of the
advertiser before giving out personal infor-
mation or arranging meetings

LIKE TO WORK WITH LUXURY CARS?
Bright? Enthusiastic? Like people? Must be
over 22, stable work history, clean driving re-
cord, drug-free, pers ref. www.carrsmith.com
for details. 4-20-71-14

Animal Care Tech looking for hard working
person to work w/ reptiles & rodents. Will
train, PTto start with more hrs possible. Start
at $5.50/hr. Flex hrs. Please call 495-9024
between 9-4 M-F. 4-20-71-4

Certified Nursing Assistant class. Home
schooling, learn @.your own pace, time, &
convenience, fast or slow. $200. 19 yr. exp
RN Lic #2523562 Call free 4 more info 1-
800-566-4913 4-20-71-14

Phone survey interviewers wanted. Start
work today No sales, opinion research
only! Flexible Schedule! Perceptive Market
Research 336-6760 ex 4081- Call now! 4-
20-71-14

Students in Accounting, Aviation, Business/
Sales and IT needed for various positions.
Flexible schedules and competitive pay. Join
our team! Learn more at www.gleim.com/
employment 4-20-68-14


* 1 .Help Wanted

University of Florida.
Survey Research Center
392-2908 ext. 105
$7/hr + BONUS + Paid Training
Nights + Weekends
Telephone Interviewing NO SALES
Must work spring break.
408 W. University Ave Suite #106
4-20-71-14


$$ STUDENTS GET CASH $$
For gently used brand name
Clothing/accessories & furniture
$Cash on the Spot$ SANDY'S No appt
necessary! 2906 NW-13th St 372-1226 4-
20-71-14


HIRING KITCHEN STAFF & DRIVERS
FT or PT, flexible schedules. Call 2-5pm 378-
2442 or come in and fill out an application
@ California Chicken Grill 2124 SW 34th St
Mon-Fri 4-20-71-14


BARTENDING
$250 A DAY POTENTIAL
No experience necessary, training provided.
800-965-6520 ext 138 4-20-71-14

SECRET SHOPPERS
Needed for evaluations of
Local Stores, Restaurants and Theaters
Flexible Hours, E-mail-required
Call 1-800-585-9024 ext 6254
4-20-71-14


AUDITORS for local growing inventory
service. FT/PT, DFWP. Paid training. Call
352-367-4608. www.aicscdmpanies.com
4-20-83-14


Spend your.summer in a lakefront cabin in
Maine. If you're looking to spend this sum-
mer outdoors, have fun while you work and
make life long friends, then look no further.
Camp Mataponi a residential girls camp
in Maine has male/female summertime
openings for Land Sports, Waterfront (small
crafts, skiing, life guarding, WSI, bbat driv-
ers), Ropes Course, Tennis, HB Riding, Arts
& Crafts, Theater, Cooking, Gymnastics,
Dance, Photography, Group Leaders &
more. T.:-p 31 anr, plus room/board & travel
provided. ON :.- M PJ::U INTERVIEWS WILL
BE CONDUCTED 1/27. Call us today toll
free at 1-888-684-2267 or apply online at
www:campmataponi.com 1-27-17-14


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EARN $9/HR DOMINO'S PIZZA
Nationwide mortgage lender has immediate
Nationwide mortgage lender has immediate World's largest pizza delivery company now
sales positions avail for college students hiring
seeking professional work exp. No exp re- ir rir
quired, flexible hours. Apply in person btwn S Pizza makers
5-9pm Mon-Fri at 1900 SW 34th St Suite 206 0 P e older takers
(2nd floor above credit union)
$9 $14/hr
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A miN attitude. Apply @ any of the 5 Domino's loca-
A m e r I tions in Gainesville. 4-20-70-14


FINANCIAL
2-11-2-14



GREAT PAY FOR PEOPLE WHO STAY! Park
Place Car Wash is looking for. hard workers
for all positions. Cashiers (must have full day
avail) & lineworkers. (AM.8:30-1 & PM 12-6
shifts avail) 15-40 hrs your choice. Great
work environment. Apply in person 7404
NW 4th Blvd. Across from Home Depot. No
phone calls please. 1-31-19-14

Fall 2004 & Spring 2005 Graduates: Looking
for a fast paced and exciting career. Selected
candidates will earn $38,000 while in the
District Manager Training Program. The
Pantry, Inc. is seeking to fill four positions
by the end of Spring 2005. Send resumes
to jbennett@thepantry.com. EOE M/FN
1-5-1-14


Assistant mother for busy family, teenage
children and a dog. Afternoons M-Th. 15-20
hrs/wk. Transportation, light housekeeping,
laundry & light meal prep. Mature, respon-
sible person with references. 335-1306.
1-19-7-14

Attention Smokers!
Earn about $6/hr. Smokers are needed to
participate in a study on decision making &
smoking. If interested come to the psychol-
ogy bldg room 397 or call 392-0601 ext 297
4-20-63-14

FREELANCE ONLINE TUTORS
Instruct 3rd thru 12th grade students from
any location; internet connection required;
send resume jobs@brainfuse.com 2-2-15-
14

I'VE HAD IT WITH YOUR LOUD MUSIC!
Is your roommate driving you crazy? Find a
replacement in the Alligator Classifieds!


Summer/Fall 2005 graduate opportunities
for Graduate Hall Directors, Staff Resource
Assistants and Judicial Assistant in the
Department of Housing and Residence
Education. Graduate Hall Directors reside in
his/her area of responsibility, and supervise,
develop, and direct the staff under his/her
responsibility. The number of staff varies by
area, as well as the number of residents liv-
ing in the hall. The Staff Resource Assistants
develop and facilitates programming and
resources for residence life staff. The Judicial
Assistant works with various aspects of the
judicial program. Applicants must be admit-
ted to graduate school., enrolled for 9-12
hours, and have some organized group living
experience. The beginning salary is $3,420
each semester based on 9.5 months of work.
An on-campus apartment, fully furnished with
all utilities, local telephone, and basic cable
service is provided. Application deadline (for
priority consideration): Friday, February 18,
2005. Contact Kathy Smith at the Housing
Office, 392-2171 ext 10139 2-18-33-14

NEW YEAR, NEW WORK
EXCELLENT PAY
Flex schedules, sales/svc, great for
students, all ages 18+, conditions apply:
335-1422 1-28-16-14


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


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WANTED
Energetic, serious, hard-working individuals
to assist customers with high quality sporting
goods merchandise. We're looking for the
best. Full and part time opportunities. No
phone calls. Min 1 yr commitment. Lloyd
Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13th St. 1-28-15-14


COLLEGE STUDENTS
HS, SENIORS/GRADS
Good pay, flexible schedules, customer
sales/svc, all ages 18+, conditions apply.
Call 335-1577 1-28-16-14


PART TIME WORK
Great pay, ideal for students & second in-
comes, flex scheds, sales/svc, all ages 18+,
conditions apply 375-1422 1-28-16-14

SALES ASSOCIATES
F/T and P/T for hotel. Hourly & bonus.
Weekdays & weekends. Friendly attitudes
w/good customer svc skills. Apply in person
4021 SW40th Blvd. 1-26-10-14

DANCERS WANTED Are you pretty?
Dancers needed for private company. Great
pay, flexible hours. Open 24 hrs. 352-376-
2800 1-28-12-14

EDUCATION RETAIL STORE
Needs part time help. Flexible weekday
hours plus 2-3. Saturday a month. Please
bring in a resume to 2020 NW 6th St. 1-
29-12-14


Growing company needs PT help.
Bookkeeper Quickbooks exp only. Delivery
& warehouse, website administrator, clean
background check only need apply. Fax
resume with salary req to 377-5595 2-10-
19-14

GREEN SPARROW Chinese Restaurant
(Haile Plantation Village Center) now
hiring FT/PT cooks, (Chinese special-
ity), kitchen helpers, cashiers, servers,
delivery drivers. Call 871-5771 for appt.
1-27-11-14

Bright, enthusiastic, industrious workers
wanted for toy/gift store. FT/PT. Must be
able to work weekends, breaks and holidays.
Stop by for an application @ 1510 NW 13th
St. 2-2-15-14

Swim Instructor/Office Staff
Seal Swim School now hiring energetic, fun,
-responsible individuals. PT/FT positions
available. Competitive pay. WSI certifica-
tion Feb. Lutz 813-948-7134; Tampa 813-
932-5455; North Pinellas 727-943-8782.
www.sealswimschool.com 2-10-20-14


DRIVERS NEEDED
gatorfood.com. Can earn anywhere between
$8-$20/hr. Set your own schedule.
Call Dave for info: 379-9600 1-28-10-14

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR needed.
Gatorfood.com is looking for responsible,
enthusiastic people. City geography knowl-
edge, customer svc. exp helpful. For more
info call David 379-3663 1-28-10-14

Full time or part time sales agent needed.
Flexible schedule, great job for student and
recent grads! Earn an average $300 per day.
First Horizon Merchant Services a Fortune
500 Company is looking or 3 sales agents in
Gainesville area. Call 866-882-9600 or e-mail
gtrenfroe@fhms.com 1-28-10-14

CUSTOMER SERVICE rep wanted
MS OFfice Experience required.
Contact: Jackson Industries,
4001 Newberry Rd., E4, GVL or
info@jacksonllc.com 1-28-10-14

S5 STAR Pizza is now hiring pizza makers,
phone personnel & delivery drivers. Great
pay, flexible hours. Closing drivers average
over $100 per shift. Apply in person at 600
NW 75th St. 352-333-7979 1-28-10-14


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PREMIER PRODUCTIONS, a young ar
dynamic Promotion/Marketing company,
hiring for the following positions:
* Full and part-time Sales Associates
(experience desired).
* Accounting Internship (PAID)
* Internships (business related). College
credit avail.
* Graphic Design Internships. College
credit avail.
UF/SFCC students welcome. Greek
Affiliation A+. Please fax resume and
handwritten cover letter to 352-375-9994.
1-26-5-14

TCBY now hiring assistant managers
employees for all shifts at all location
- Thornebrook Village, Archer & 34th ar
Newberry Square locations. Apply in persc
4-20-62-14

SALES CLERK
$6/hr part-time. Call Sandy's Consignment
Boutique. 372-1226 1-31-10-14

Now hiring flyerers, $6.50/hr daily pa
Flexible hours, start ASAP. Experience pr
ferred, fill application at California Chicke
Grill ph#378-2442 1-25-5-14

Car cleaner needed. Must be over 2
responsible and have clean driving record
Apply in person only at Southeast C;
Agency 39th Ave. 1-25-5-14

Now hiring servers, bussers. Must be avail;
bel minimum 2.weekday lunch shifts. Apply
in person On the Border 3100 SWArcher
Rd. 1-25-5-14

02B Kids searching for energetic and e,
thusiastic pre-school teachers for all 02
locations. Experience preferred, will trai
FT/PT positions. Avail. Apply at any location
2-8-15-14

Optometric. Assistant will train. Positior
avail MWF 10-3 & 3-7. Must be avail f,
weekends. Please fax resume & cover lett,
to 333-9950 ASAP 1-25-5-14

Auto CAD, part time person, 7-10a
daily. Other hours possible. $8/hr. Mu
be dependable & have good knowledc
of basic Auto CAD. 1 mi to campus.Ema
wellsrridgwaytruss.com or call Wells (
219-1183 1-25-5-14

Office Manager Trainee for small mec
cal office. Bachelor or Master's Degree
business/accountihg or health care manag,
ment to learn all aspects.of medical office
management including accounts payabi
receivable, insurance and personnE
Experience desirable. Full time w/.excelle
salary and benefits. Will consider part tirr
until 5/05. Fax resume to 352-332-296
Attn: Julia. 2-2-10-14

NANNY fo care for 4 yr old in my home
days a week. 6:30 9:00am and 3:00 8:C
pm. Refs required, background check. C;
271-0840. Lv Mssg. 1-26-5-14

CASH
Tired of sitting around w/out it? Sit here
make it! UF FLORIDA REPDIALS seeks L
students to raise funds. Earn up to $8.00/
with a FLEXIBLE schedule. Apply at 1(
NW 16th St. 4th Floor. Academic Classroo
Building 105, or call 392-7754 for more inf'
4-20-63-14
" MARY POPPINS: Where are you?
FT NANNY NEEDED 30-45 hrs/wk
4 jobs avail TODAY: Great $$$ for exp.
Noah's Ark Nanny: 352-376-5008 2-25-37-
14

PT/FT NANNIES NEEDED
Good $ for exp: grad stud. welcomed bk
ck: 12 REAL $$ jobs avail NOW
Noah's Ark Nanny 352-376-5008 2-25-27-

NANNIES MORNING SHIFT
Several positions availabel for
Part Time, good $$$$$ MNOW
Noah's Ark Nanny 352-376-5008 2-25-27-

PT warehouse & event supervisors. Nights
& weekends. Great for students. Apply
in person football stadium, concession
office next to Sportship, South Endzone.


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Childcare provider (PT) Nurturing person
needed to care for five year old child two days
a week from 2:30 6:00 pm (Mon & Wed or
Thurs) Need good references, reliable trans.
Call 332-3739, Iv mssg. 1-25-4-14

WANTED: Energetic student likes to help
others. High school or college track & field
exp. to help coach little league track & field.
Excellent opportunity for community service
hours + you get to help children. Please con-
tact me 332-5626 1-27-5-14

WANTED: INTERNET PROGRAMMER
- Any or all of the following ASP/database/
web/Wiinsock API for short-term project in
G'ville. Call Jun Consulting Group. 336-9607
2-3-10-14

$1380 weekly stuffing envelopes FT/PT No
experience necessary. For more info call
386-462-9301 2-3-10-14

Looking to make easy $$? Sell book that
sells itself. Flexible schedule. Unlimited $$
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329-6434 2-17-20-14

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Hand-lettering, PT a few hrs/wk. Close to
UF. Short resume. Reply P O.Box 286,
Gainesville, 32602 1-28-6-14

PROMOTER NEEDED
Upscale Night Club 359-5408 1-25-3-14

Finance company needing office assistant
& collections.associate. Young, progressive
company w/advancement & bonuses. 25
hrs/wk. Start immediately. Fax resume to
352-378-4156 2-17-20-14

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1-25-3-14

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Officials&

Scorekeepers
for UF Intramural Sports.
No experience necessary
$6.75 $7.25/hr for officials
$5.50/hr for scorekeepers
Evenings and weekends only
For more info, stop by room 120
Southwest Rec or 846-1081 x278
UF Students only.
1-28-5-14

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between 2 & 9pm 800-449-8680 x115 or
122 1-28-5-14

SECRETARY needed. Gatorfood.com is
looking for responsible, enthusiastic people.
City geography knowledge, customer
service exp helpful. For more info call David
379-3663 1-28-4-14 .

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We're looking for spirited GATORS to be
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Owner on premises. 376-8792 4-20-71-15

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Experienced, excellent.
375-6641 Harold Nobles
1-31-15-15


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MUSIC STUDIES
Guitar, Bass, Piano. All ages all styles taught.
At University Music. 30 yrs exp. $65 per
month. Call Andy 256-2168 2-2-11-15


"First Responder*
Learn emergency medical care.
Prerequisite for EMT/Paramredic
Includes healthcare provider CPR
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The countryclub for horses & owners
Customer lounge w/full kitchen & bath.
12x12 airy, bright & matted stalls. 250'x160'
riding ring, round pen & jump paddock.
Lessons available. 30 manicured acres, 40
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WAVES TATTOO & BODY PIERCING
Wed night 1/2 price on all tattoos w/ student
ID. With exception of minimum. 1-28-5-15



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NOW AVAILABLE: Well-child & illness
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hours limited to Friday a.m. 8:30 12:30.
Fee for service. Call 392-1161 Ext 4444 for
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GUNS! GUNS! GUNS!
1800 Gun Inventory
Over 500 handguns in stock
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Daytona 7 Nights, 6 Free Parties $159!
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* THE GATORS COULD HAVE
UP TO 20 RECRUITS VISITING
THIS WEEKEND.

By BLAKE BONSACK
Alligator Contributing Writer

Success in football begins in the
trenches.
While UF returns talented and
young defensive and offensive
lines for 2005, bringing in quality
players for these groups is always
a priority.
Among this past weekend's
17 visitors, the Gators hosted
Plantation native Jeffrey Owens, a
four-star recruit.
Owens, ranked the No. 14 de-
fensive tackle in the country by
Scout.com, would be a valuable
addition to a unit that will lose
seniors Kenny Parker and Mo
Mitchell.
Owens, who orally commit-
ted to Georgia in December, will


receive in-home visits from the
Georgia, UF and Florida State
coaching staffs before taking his
final recruiting visit to Tallahassee
this weekend.
Owens was impressed with
his visit to Gainesville and with
co-defensive coordinator Greg
Mattison, but remained loyal to
the Bulldogs.
"Georgia and Florida are both
great schools with great academ-
ics," said Owens.
"I like both of their D-line
coaches and I feel like I could play
for both of them, but I'm still com-
mitted to Georgia right now."
When asked whether the visit
will have an impact on his deci-
sion, Owens remained open to the
possibility of going elsewhere.
"I liked UF a lot," said Owens.
"I'm going to think about things a
lot more."
On the other side of the ball,
the Gators hosted Matt Hardrick,
an offensive line prospect out of


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Edgewater High in Orlando.
The 6-foot-5, 342-pound tackle
gave his visit to Gainesville a per-
fect 10 out of 10.

"Georgia and Florida are
both great schools with
great academics. I like
both of their D-line coach-
es and I feel like I could
play for both of them, but
I'm still committed to Geor-
gia right now."
Jeffrey Owens
UF.defensive tackle recruit


The highlight of his visit came
at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on
Saturday evening.
"The best part of the trip was
when they gave us our jerseys
and they showed us how the
team comes into the Swamp
on game day," said Hardrick to


Scout.com. "That was really excit-
ing. Everything about the visit was
good."
Hardrick, who is also consider-
ing FSU and Oklahoma, will wait
until National Signing Day to
make his announcement.
The Gators are also target-
ing lineman Quinton Brown, a
6-foot-6, 270-pound teammate of
Hardrick.
The Gators already hold com-
mitments from several other
defensive prospects. Vladimir
Richard, a 6-foot-4, 255-pound
defensive lineman out of Sunrise
Piper High, compiled over 100
tackles and three sacks during his
senior season.
UF is also receiving interest
from defensive ends Ricky Jean-
Francois, a 6-foot-3, 245-pound re-
cruit out of Miami Carol City High,
and Richard Gordon, a 6-foot-4,
240-pound recruit from Miami
Norland High. Both recruits favor
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* The Gothic Cathedral in the Ile-de France (3
credits)
* Narrative Strategies in French Film (4 credits)
* Intensive Intermediate French at the Paris
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* Paris: Lecriture de la ville (3 credits)
* Beginning French II at the PRC (3 credits)


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Did you know? Bright Futures applies to May
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with the Gators if they are not of-
fered scholarships elsewhere.
On the offensive line, .commit-
ments include Eddie Haupt, a
6-foot-4, 290-pound interior line-
man from Merritt Island High,
and Ronnie Wilson, a 6-foot-3,
335-pound interior lineman from
Pompano Beach Blanche Ely High.
In addition, Chris Scott, a 6-
footr4, 315-pound recruit from
Lovejoy, Georgia, has narrowed
his decision to Tennessee or UF.
"[Scott] may be the most im-
pressive physical specimen I've
ever seen," Lovejoy coach Al
Hughes told Scout.com. "He is
big, strong and very fast for his
size."
Of the potential recruits, only
Richard is among the possible 20
scheduled to visit UF this upconi-
ing and final weekend.
Oral commitments are non-
binding until a national letter-
of-intent is signed on National
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TUESDAY; JANUARY'25, 2005 1'ALIGATOR, 1.9


No. 7 Saints not surprised with 20-0 start


By RYAN MOSS
Alligator Contributing Writer

One team gets all the attention, while the
other often plays in anonymity.
But just seven miles from the O'Connell
Center and the hype surrounding the Gators lies
Santa Fe Community College's gym, where an
unheralded basketball team has become one of
the biggest surprises in Gainesville.
The Saints are off to a 20-0 start, defeating op-
ponents by an average margin of 15 points per
game.
Ranked No. 1 in the state and No. 7 in the na-
tion in the most recent NJCAA poll, Saints guard
Brian.Greene said that his team could play tough
against the Gators.
"I would love to [play the Gators]," Greene
said. "[UF guard] Matt Walsh is my boy and I
always talk about us matching up with them. I
really do think we can compete with them."
Could the Saints really hang with the Gators?


No one knows. But it's a fact that no opponent
has been able to top the Saints and their up-
tempo style of basketball.
Offensively, the Saints push the ball up-court
at every opportunity, while defensively they of-
ten employ a full-court, man-to-man press.
"We cause a lot of teams to turn the ball over
with our pressure,
Santa Fe which has helped
S it .1 iege us get some easy
buckets in transi-
tion," Coach Chris
Mowry said.
However, in order to play such an up-tempo
game, Mowry must rely on his team's depth. The
Saints have 10 players that regularly see time and
all have scored in double figures in at least one
game. In addition, sophomores Sam Jozenville,
Jon Plefka and Greene, along with freshman
Torrance Walker, average in double figures.
"I feel that all 10 of our. kids that play are
Division-I level players," Mowry said.
Greene, who has committed to Florida A&M,


is one of the team's leaders on both sides of the
ball. After redshirting last season due to injury,
the third-year sophomore does it all he leads
the Saints in points, rebounds, blocks and steals,
and is third in assists.
Greene's defensive skills are so keen that
Mowry called him "the best defender I've ever
had in over 30 years of coaching."
The fast start is a big turnaround for the
Saints, who went 15-14 last year in Mowry's first
season. This year, three transfers and a good crop
of freshmen were added to the mix.
The result? Santa Fe has become one of the
best shows in town.
"Looking at our preseason, we were doing
yery well," Plefka said. "I knew we had a lot of
talent, but going 20-0 is a very hard thing to do.
It's not [shocking]. I'm not shocked at all, but it
has been a pleasant surprise."
The Saints play at home Wednesday at 8 p.m.
against Daytona Beach Community College.
Admission is free for Santa Fe students and $2
for non-students.


BASEBALL

Senior Boss employs three ways to befuddle batters


By TIM CASEY
Alligator Writer
tcasey@alligator.org

If the key to a successful season
is to end the previous campaign
on a good note, expect UF senior
pitcher Tommy Boss to send plenty
of disappointed batters back to the
dugout this year.
Bosspitched the first two com-
plete games of his career in, his
final two starts last year. He threw
a four-hit shutout against UCLA
to clinch an NCAA Super Regional
berth. Against Vanderbilt in the
Southeastern Conference tourna-
ment, Boss allowed seven hits with
four strikeouts in a complete-game
loss.
Coach Pat McMahon is counting
on Boss to set the tone throughout
the season by sticking to basics.


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"For Tommy to be success-
ful, he's got to be able to get three
pitches over," McMahon said. "He's
got an outstanding straight change,
but he's got to be able to get a down
breaking ball in the strike zone and
make that be an effective pitch for
him."
Boss has his eyes set on a rematch
series with Miami on Feb. 18-20. The
Hurricanes ended the last two sea-'
sons for the Gators.
"I pretty much hate Miami, to tell
Syou the truth," Boss said. "They've
ruined my life for about three years
now. Hopefully we can win one,
one of these times; before I get out
of here."
In his final five starts last season,
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runs over 41.2 innings for a 1.94 ERA
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cluding 14 starts, to post a 4-5 record
and -4.24 ERA-over 76.1 innings. He
struck out 34 and allowed only six
walks. Also in 2004, Boss was an
SEC Academic Honor Roll selection
for the second time.
"I definitely don't strike out
anvbod\." said
Boss, who had an
impressive- 4.55
strikeout/walk
ratio. "When I'm,
pitching good,
you'll see a lot
of ground balls
Boss. in the infield. I
like to think I can
throw my fastball and changeup in
any count. I have very good com-
mand of those, I would say."
The 6-foot-2 right-hander has"
brought that confidence from
Dunnellon High, where he was a


two-time first-team all-state Class
3A selection after pitching nine
one-hitters and a no-hitter. In high
school, Boss posted a 35-11 record
with 457 strikeouts and 78 walks.
His fastball hits a top speed of
90 miles per hour, but he pitches
in the mid-eighties during -games.
His curveball is a knuckle-curve,
designed to drop straight down as
it gets to the trilke zone; it's some-
times called a 12-to-6 breaking ball.
Thki-N -ear hopefully I can pick
up \where I left off ha.t year and be
able to control all three of them like
that. It's looking good in the bullpen
so far when I work out," Boss said.
McMahon agrees with that as-
sessment, adding Boss could intro-
duce a fourth pitch to his arsenal.
"Fastball, change and curveball
are his three pitches," McMahon
said. "He and Coach [Ross] Jones


have experimented with cutting a
fastball a little bit. We'll see how that
plays out."
- Boss shares a room with pitcher
Connor Falkenbach, a relationship
he says has benefited him on and
off the field.
"We kind of have the same
schedule. Our classes are the same,
so we kind of see each other a
lot," Boss -aid. "We talk baseball. I
would t ;.ay all the time, since you
have to get away from it sometime.
After a guni we'll come home and
talk about what pitches worked if
I'm pitching Friday and he's pitch-
ing on Saturday."
Boss has changed his major Aom
business administration to agrobusi-
ness management-and plans to earn
a real estate license this semester, in
the event he is not selected in the
Major League Baseball Draft.


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Sports
TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2005


ALLIGATOR
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Gators look for win at home


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JF guard Matt Walsh said he doesn't feel any lingering pain in his
eft ankle, but Coach Billy Donovan may start Lee Humphrey.


By BRYAN APP
Alligator Staff Writer
bapp@alligator.org

They never saw it coming.
The confident appearance of the
young but cohesive Gators as they
doubled up on Florida Atlantic
and defeated Stetson by 39 seemed
unbefitting for a team that has more
quality wins on the road than at
home just past midseason.
And if someone suggested then
that they would lose three home
games by this point, they probably
would've responded with a sarcas-
tic laugh. Not anymore.
"It'd definitely surprise me,"
said junior guard Matt Walsh, re-
garding any early season prospects
of his team's current home record.
"I don't know what the reason for it
is. I can't explain it. We're riot sup-
posed to lose those games at home,
so I don't know how to put it."
Tonight at 7, the Gators (11-4,
3-1 Southeastern Conference) will
attempt to reclaim the O'Connell
Center against Georgia (7-8, 1-4
SEC) before a national audience.
In hopes of packing the stands-
for the ESPN2-televised game, ev-
eryone in attendance will receive an
orange or blue T-shirt.
While he'd certainly appreciate
the home-crowd support, Coach
Billy Donovan said they shouldn't
have exceeding expectations for
the recently reintegrated Walsh,
who surprisingly disappeared in
UF's overtime loss to Tennessee on
Wednesday.
"I don't want people or Matt


to have the expectation that: 'OK,
Matt's back. He's our leading
scorer. Therefore, his first game
back, he's got to lead in scoring,'"
Donovan said. "He's got to help
our team in any way he can."
Donovan said Walsh, who made
an expeditious recovery from a
severe ankle sprain on Dec. 30, has
no* medical restrictions regarding
playing time. And Walsh said he
doesn't feel impaired at all by his
ankle.
"I feel like I'm playing like
I always do. My ankle, in
terms of me playing, isn't
even an issue at all. It
hasn't bothered me at all. I
haven't had any pain in my
ankle in like over a week."
Matt Walsh
UF guard

"I feel like I'm playing like I al-
ways do," Walsh said. "My ankle,
in terms of me playing, isn't even
an issue at all. It hasn't bothered me
at all. I haven't had any pain in my
ankle in like over a week."
And while senior forward
David Lee said Walsh has regained
his stamina and mobility, Donovan
said he's leaning toward starting
sophomore Lee Humphrey, who
started five games during his
teammate's recovery, in order to
ease Walsh's return.
Donovan expressed concern
with the possibility of Walsh par-


ticipating too much too soon and
cited that reason for using the
junior sparingly during UF's come-
back attempt against the Vols.
"I felt Matt tried to do too much
[against Tennessee]," Donovan
said. "I've never questioned his
heart, work ethic or desire. We
had been playing very well up to
then, and I felt that we needed to-
try to win without Matt because he
was putting too much pressure on
himself."
Following the team's off-week-
end, however, Donovan said Walsh
has had valuable time to regain his
stamina, and perhaps more impor-
tantly, his team has had time to be-
come re-acclimated with him.
"Our teamahad to learn to play
without Matt while he was out, and
now we're learning to play with
him," Donovan said. "I think our
team also has to understand that
with Matt back, we all have roles to
play. Everybody has to do their part
and hold up their end."
Now the Gators must do a bet-
ter job of rediscovering their team
chemistry against a probation-rid-
dled, but confident, Georgia team
that claimed its first conference win
of the season against Vanderbilt on
Saturday.
"Georgia, I think, has to be feel-
ing pretty good about themselves,"
Donovan said. "I think their confi-
dence level is high.
"To beat a team like Vanderbilt...
without Levi Stukes, their leading
scorer, it says a lot about their kids,
their mindset and where they are
right-now."


From Walsh to Wilkens, Patriots to porn, this writer covers it all


Who could have imag-
ined that Gainesville's
top basketball team
besides at Santa Fe?
At 20-0 it seems the Saints have
)utgrown their community college
tatuss.
That's why I'm proposing the
natchup of the year:
Live at the O'Connell Center,
,eb. 11: UF vs. Santa Fe for the
3ainesville championship.
Laugh all you want, but rumor
ias it that Vegas is favoring the
;aints by 6.
There's no sport more equal
han basketball, so you can throw
>ut the NCAA Tournament trips,
lashy throwback jerseys and
.oR'dy Reptiles.




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Jo g on both the offensive and
defensive lines.


-When it comes down to it, it's
five-on-five an up-tempo, fast-
breaking Santa Fe team going up
against a high-scoring, finesse UF
squad.
So, Billy D, how about it?
Santa Fe's just a phone call away
- no long distance required.

Is there anybody out there
actually rooting for the New
England Patriots in the Super
Bowl?
If you exist, please e-mail me.
Yes, the Patriots are talented.
Sure, Tom Brady is hot my
girlfriend reminds me every time
the Pats are on TV.
But will somebody in the AFC
please put the most boring dy-


SThe UF baseball team and the
Gator Dugout Club will host the
Fourth Annual Children's Miracle
Network Home Run Derby Satur-
day at noon.


.nasty of all-
time to rest?
When Corey
Dillon is
your most
exciting
Andrew p 1 a yer,
Abramson there s
Drew's Control something
aabramson@alligator.org unsettling.
It's gen-
eration-ADD and you know
fans want the flash of Donovan
McNabb and T.O. over the
substance of Brady and David
Patten.
Somehow, I think the Brady
Bunch wins again.

Ron Jeremy, the Abe Lincoln


of pornography, comes (no
pun intended) to Gainesville
on Wednesday, which leads me
to this question: If gymnastics,
figure skating and even spelling
are considered sports these days,
why isn't televised sex a more ac-
ceptable athletic event?
The sport already has a legion
of fans, and it's been filmed for
years.

A fond farewell to 167-year-
old Lenny Wilkens, who was
shipped directly to a retirement
home after resigning as New York
Knicks head coach on Sunday.
Now it seems Phil Jackson, an ex-
Knick from his playing days, may
want the New York job next year.


I've always thought Jackson was
an overrated coach, but Jordan,
Shaq, and Kobe made champion-
ships a yearly habit.
Let's see what the Zen Master
does with a bunch of overpaid
guards and overrated big men.

There's no basketball player
in the SEC more hated than Matt
Walsh.
It's true that he's got funny
looking hair but so do I. Still,
few players in college basketball
deserve more props these days
than Walsh. The most dedicated
Gator since Teddy Dupay, you
could give Walsh a full-frontal
lobotomy and he'd be back in the
lineup the.following week.


N For a complete breakdown of tonight's
UF men's basketball game against Geor-
gia, log on to alligator.org/sports. Position
matchups, keys to victory and a prediction
will be featured.


* 1995: Merlakia Jones scored 44 points
against Texas, second all-time in UF wom-
en's basketball history. Jones finished the
season with 623 points, the second most in
UF single-season history.


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