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New beverage vendor

serves mostly bottles

By JUSTIN RICHARDS
Alligator Writer
jrichards@alligator.org

Where once there was Barq's, now there is Mug.
;tarbucks Doubleshot is the new caffeine fix instead of
\qestea. All that was once Coke is officially Pepsi.
Vending machines throughout campus have been
;wapped since a contract between UF and Pepsi Bottling
group went into effect Aug. 16, ending the university's 40-
rear relationship with Florida Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
"It's been a seamless transition,"
Pepsi spokeswoman Amy Polacko said.
Many students, though, expressed
dissatisfaction with UF's new vendor.
"There are no cans," graduate stu-
dent Dan Dawson said, "so you can't
pay 60 cents you have to pay at least
a dollar."
Phillips UF Business Services Division
Director Jim Morgan said the majority
of campus Pepsi machines vend bottles. The advantage
of bottles is that they are resealable, he said, adding that
canned sodas will be "extinct" in five or 10 years.
Other students simply preferred Coke's beverages to
Pepsi's.
"I was disappointed because I didn't think the student
body was given a chance to vote on this matter," health sci-
ence junior Tracy Mackoy said.
Morgan said the decision to change UF's soft-drink
sponsor was wholly a financial one.
"If you know of a better way for the University of
Florida to generate about $30 million over 10 years, please
let me know," he said.
Morgan said the Pepsi contract differs from the Coca-
Cola contract in that it gives the UF administration more
freedom with Pepsi's money.
In past years, Coca-Cola allocated money to various UF
organizations, such as the University Athletic Association,
Student Affairs and the Department of Housing. Now, all
the money Pepsi makes at UF goes into a concession fund
controlled by UF President Bernie Machen.
"He sort of corralled all of that from all the sources,"
Morgan said. "Exactly what that's going for, I could not
tell you."
Another major bidding advantage of Pepsi's was its
ownership of the Gatorade brand, the royalties of which
bring UF more than $3 million per year, Morgan said.
Coca-Cola's Powerade was banned from campus dur-
ing the soda giant's reign. Though Gatorade vending ma-
chines have always been allowed at UF, Pepsi's sponsor-
ship marks the first time a sports drink will be available at
SEE PEPSI, PAGE 8


After shuffling
from tight end to
linebacker while
seeing little action
on the field, Brian
Crum and several
other former bench-
warmers are earning
favor with UF's new
coaching staff.
See story, pg. 29.


Back to the books
Busy students rush up and down the crowded stairway of the UF Bookstore at the Reitz Union on the first
day of Fall classes.


New options available for Webmail


By ASHLEY JONES
Alligator Contributing Writer

Though UF will no longer allow stu-
dents to forward their GatorMail to other
accounts starting Oct. 1, they still will be
able to read UF mail in their preferred
account through a retrieval system, a
Student Affairs official said Wednesday.
The university decided in Spring to
end the forwarding service because large
providers like AOL and Yahoo! routinely
filter out UF mail because they cannot
tell the difference between legitimate and
junk e-mails, said Michael Rollo, associate
vice president for Student Affairs.
"E-mails are being blocked by these
providers, and students are missing out
on important information the university
is legally required to give them," he said.
The university began encouraging
students to use their GatorMail accounts
separately in Spring, but many have not


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yet switched over.
"Students who enrolled past April 2005
have not had the option of forwarding
their GatorMail," Rollo said. "We hoped
this would make the transition easier."
When spam blockers reject a forward-
ed e-mail, it literally disappears, Rollo
said. The university suggests students set
up their alternate
UF e-mail accounts
Administration so they are
able to retrieve
mail from their
GatorMail accounts if they prefer to con-
solidate their mail.
Marc Hoit, the interim associate pro-
vost for information technology, said-this
alternative method is safer than forward-
ing because the original e-mail is kept in
the GatorMail account.
With this method, students are able to
set up their alternate account to "collect"
mail from their GatorMail accounts, Hoit


M The debate over a
controversial exhibit
featuring cadavers that
opened this week in
Tampa continues to
grab national head-
lines, with a UF-based
board caught in the
middle.
See story, pg. 5.


said. If the mail does not appear in the
preferred account, students can still access
the message in their UF account because it
will be in the UF server.
After Oct. 1, UF will discontinue the
forwarding option and force students to
go to their GatorMail accounts, Hoit said.
Students, faculty and staff will be able
to forward messages from their UF ac-
counts only if they are forwarding to an-
other UF account, such as those who have
accounts within colleges or departments
at UF, Rollo said.
Rollo said he hopes more students will
be attracted to the UF portal when they
start to log in to their GatorMail accounts.
The portal has a lot of important infor-
mation and news that would be helpful to
.students, he said.
The university has provided a Web
site for students with e-mail policies
at www.it.ufl.edu/training/email/
#freeemail.




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ADMINISTRATION

UF issues students a 100 million-minute challenge


By STEPHEN MAGRUDER
Alligator Writer
smagruder@alligator.org

The drive to make UF a Top 10
public university doesn't stop with
faculty and staff.
With rising admission, standards
and continued calls for leadership
and campus involvement, admin-
istrators are looking to all students
to meet or exceed the accomplish-
ments of previous classes.
So far, administrators like what
they've seen.
"I've had a chance to get to
know a good cross-section of the
students," said Patricia Telles-Irvin,
vice president for Student Affairs. "I


think they're all starting to be lead-
ers in one way or another."
After spending a year at UF, she
describes UF students as talented,
ambitious, creative and loyal to the
university.
"That's always very refreshing to
see the connection [to UF], because
that's what we're all about," she
said.
To further the connection be-
tween students and the commu-
nity, UF's Center -for Leadership
and Service challenged students
last week to help donate 100 million
minutes of service along with SFCC
students and local residents.
Alana Rush, the center's student
manager, said the 100 million-min-


ute challenge, which kicks off Sept.
10 and runs until mid-April, will
expose students to issues they typi-
cally won't encounter at UF.
"I think
Sit's especially
relevant in the
S Gainesville com-
munity because
there are so many
issues students
don't normally
Telles-Irvin come into contact
UF vice president for with," Rush said.
student affairs "They forget that
there's a whole
community outside of campus."
The challenge, which will total
more than 15 years of volunteer


hours if the goal is met, encourages
students to give back both individu-
ally and as part of student organiza-
tions and volunteer groups.
Rush added that community ser-
vice not only improves the local area,
but it also puts students into contact
with local leaders and teaches them
valuable lessons about giving back
in whatever way they can.
"We're teaching them to be citi-
zens of the state, the nation and the
world," Rush said.
"If you move five miles or 15,000
miles away, you can apply what
you've learned."
The challenge is scheduled to
end April 11, following a week of
community-service activities.


Service projects in Gainesville
include volunteering downtown
for the homeless population, as well
as building houses with Habitat
for Humanity -and arranging pet
adoption through organizations like
Gainesville Pet Rescue.
The type of-community volun-
teer work called for in the challenge
will help show all students their part
of a world larger than UE.
"I want to see our students
understand that they are part of a
global community," she said.
Telles-Irvin added that she has
encouraged Accent, UF's speakers'
bureau, to bring in speakers on the
topic of globalization, such as author
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UF board steamed over 'Bodies'


* THE EXHIBIT OPENED IN
TAMPA ON AUG. 18.

By NEIL HUGHES
Alligator Staff Writer
nhughes@alligator.org
The debate over a controversial
exhibit featuring cadavers con-
tinues to grab national headlines,
with a UF-based board caught in
the middle.
The Anatomical Board of the
State of Florida, which works from
the university, found "BODIES,
the Exhibition" to be in violation
of state laws regarding public dis-
play of corpses. The board took is-
sue with the lack of consent forms
for display of the bodies, which
are unclaimed and from China.
The exhibit features 20 com-
plete cadavers posed in a variety
of positions, as well as more than
260 organs and body parts. The
goal of the exhibit is to showcase
the abilities of the human body to
the general public.
The board's decision, made
Aug. 17, did not stop the exhibit's
host, Tampa's Museum of Science
and Industry, from opening the
show to the public two days early.
The executive director of
the Anatomical Board, Lynn J.
Romrell, said the museum was
able to open the exhibit despite the


board's ruling because state laws
do not provide a penalty for such
a violation.
"If the law is not accurately
written, then it needs to be re-writ-
ten," Romrell said.
Though the board didn't take
action, Romrell said the exhibit is
still in violation of Florida law.
"They need to review the
whole situation and deter-
mine whether laws should
be enacted to control the
public display of human
bodies."
Lynn J. Romrell
Anatomical Board executive director

"They have no release from the
families of these people," he said.
"These were unclaimed bodies in
the exhibit."
Romrell said he believes the
government should do something
to clarify the legality of such dis-
plays.
"There needs to be review of
this type of display by federal
lawmakers," he said. "They need
to review the whole situation and
determine whether laws should be
enacted to control the public dis-
play of human bodies."
The 4-2 decision was reached


after Florida Attorney General
Charlie Crist said the exhibit fell
under the jurisdiction of the board,
which is part of the UF Health
Science Center.
"We took an action, and the
attorney general said that the law
was vague enough that no action
could be taken," Romrell said.
MOSI's argument is that the
laws cited pertain only to corpses
that are being used for educational
purposes"for medical students. A
spokeswoman did not return calls
to explain the museum's position.
However, Crist stated in a letter
to Romrell that while Florida stat-
utes "specifically refer to 'medical
education,' it does not limit that
education to medical students."
The controversy has not dis-
couraged visitors from seeing the
exhibit, which attracted more than
12,000 attendees in its first four
days, breaking museum records,
according to The Associated Press.
Citing examples of similar
controversies around the nation,
Romrell said the issues surround-
ing the BODIES exhibit will not go
away until they have been settled
legally.
"We're not the only people who
are looking at this in a way with
concern for, proper ethical use of
the bodies," he said. "Informed
consent is a major issue."


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Editorial


Empty words

UF officials focus on the

wrong issues
UF administrators have been deliberating Gainesville's
drinking problem for more than six months.
They formed committees. They brought in "ex-
perts." They formed subcommittees. And then they spent half
of Spring and all of Summer discussing and devising solutions
to this rampant problem.
With all the fuss and time, we could only assume their find-
ings would be momentous or at least somewhat intelligent.
But yet again our academic leaders have led us astray. The
three subcommittees formed to discuss alcohol culture, access
and enforcement unveiled their recommendations Tuesday to
the big committee of university and city officials that spawned
them. (We know it's all very confusing.)
What are their brilliant ideas?
Almost identical to the ones they came up with at their very
first meeting last Spring.
Create alternative alcohol-free activities. Make vendors re-
sponsible for checking IDs.-Punish crime.
Are these guys serious?
When the subcommittees- were formed last Spring, mem-
bers promised to research how to implement these base ideas.
Instead, they're back at square one. How is that even possible?
Although UF President Bernie Machen has made significant
changes to the university since he became president more than
a year ago, a flurry of meaningless public-relations campaigns
have also increased since his inauguration;
In the case of his valiant fight against binge drinking, the
only real step he took was to forbid alcohol advertisements at
the Stephen C. O'Connell Center. And that hardly even counts;
the vast majority of past O'Connell Center events never had
alcohol sponsors in the first place.
But this whole alcohol business is just one aspect of adminis-
trators' empty efforts over the last year.
Branding is another. After paying a firm $85,000 to come up
with the motto "an unparalleled university experience that lasts
a lifetime," administrators chose to scrap it all and replace it
with "the foundation for The Gator Nation."
We couldn't make something like this up. It sounds like a
line from a "Sesame Street" song.
We thought college was about education. Apparently, UF
officials would rather market us as Disney World. It's no mis-
take that our vice president of University Relations is a former
Disney employee.
Perhaps the best way to gain respect (and, of course, money)
is to be a good university. Other state schools already recognize
UF as the forerunner of Florida public universities. That defer-
ence didn't come from our dashing logos and cute mottos. It
was developed because our students and faculty continue to
improve. And now administrators want to give us a slogan that
makes us the laughing stock of academia? And put that on TV?
Not only is the new slogan idiotic, it uses the phrase "The
Gator Nation," a term associated with our sports program.
Wasn't this whole thing supposed to be about our faculty and
students?
Machen rightly argues UF needs much more money to con-
tinue its climb to be one of the Top 10 research universities. But
will those funds make up for the loss of respect?
Machen is steering more toward how UF is perceived than
how our university actually educates. Maybe focusing on the
academic experience will solve both of the original problems:
Students might be more motivated to go toclass than to drink,
and potential benefactors might find the university a more
worthwhile investment because of its reputation.


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At more than $66 a barrel, the price of U.S. oil is
higher than Snoop Dogg at a cannabis convention. On a
brighter note, it's a.monstrous 83 cents less than the all-
time record high of $67.10 set in early August.
About a month ago, in the face of summer recess and
a triple-dog dare from President Bush, Congress finally
passed a bill addressing the nation's energy problems.
While Congress took some steps toward appeasing
American energy consumption, it was more like feeding
Lady Liberty the crumbs of a half-eaten PowerBar.
The bill does little, if anything, to address America's
exorbitant consumption of gasoline and our dependence
on foreign oil. Not to mention it gave a $9 billion tax break
to oil and gas companies like ExxonMobil, a company that
enjoyed a record-breaking $25 billion profit last year.
Congress should have done the right thing by raising
fuel economy standards. They chose to side with the auto-
motive industry instead, thus ignoring the quickest, easi-
est and most technologically feasible solution to- address
America's excessive consumption of gasoline.
Conveniently, President Bush's own Environmental
Protection Agency delayed the release of a report high-
lighting America's non-existent improvement in fuel ef-
ficiency until after the energy bill had been passed. The
report showed that the average 2004 model car or truck
gets about 6 percent fewer miles per gallon than the aver-
age new vehicle sold in the late 1980s.
It also said major improvements in engine technology
mostly have been used to make cars faster, not more fuel-
efficient. Merely further testament to the male popula-
tion's preoccupation with penis size.


Aaron Blye Finally, as a result of governmen-
Blye's Eyes tal criticism and uncontrollable cry-
ablye@alligator.org ing at gas pumps, the White House
recently proposed higher fuel econ-
omy standards for pickup trucks,
minivans and some sport utility vehicles.
Top administration officials said their plan would save
10 billion gallons of gasoline over nearly two decades.
Under current consumption trends, that amount would
last a whopping 25 days.
Ironically, Secretary of Transportation Norman Y.
Mineta announced the plan at a news conference in Los
Angeles, where he arrived in a silver Lincoln Navigator.
According to the federal government, leading by example
is overrated and, shockingly, the responsibility to address
America's problems once again resides with the people.
But don't be scared, America. Making a difference, al-
beit a slight one, is easier than one might think. Cars and
light trucks SUVs, vans and pickups account for about
40 percent of all U.S. oil consumption. The solution here
is simple stop buying vehicles that can transport a little
league baseball team by day and enter a monster truck
rally by night.
Gasoline has become a drug, and the automotive in-
dustry is its pusher.
If the federal government won't force automotive mak-
ers to build more fuel-efficient cars, then the American
people must guide the market in that direction. Companies
like Honda and Toyota make highly efficient vehicles, and,
surprisingly, many of them are built in the United States.
In the meantime, place all blame for our dependence on
foreign oil on soccer mom's and famous rappers.
Aaron Blye is a political campaigning graduate student.


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Guest column

Asian American students slighted in hiring of assistant dean


rO Monday, the Dean of Students Office told to the Asian
.american Student Union, or AASU, and the South
.sian American Student Alliance, or SAASA, that the
c urre, t graduate student of multicultural and diversity affairs
i. Til noi. be the graduate assistant of Asian Pacific American
.-tair-. Additionally, the dean's office has created a new posi-
tonr the assistant dean of multicultural and diversity affairs.
Tlus poses a problem for the Asian American community
u.,n inipus.
For more than four years, we have advocated for neces-
a3n, re- .urces, including.an Asian American Institute, Asian
Aulne an studies and a director of Asian American affairs.
Ha. ing a director is an integral component for our campus,
dis t- person can advocate for Asian American rights and re-
oI.~cE-.s They can aid with programming, facilitate students'
nccd- at the administrative level and ensure the university is a
salt aind accepting place.


Sandy Chiu In postponing the hiring
Preeti Sharma of an Asian American direc-
Speaking Out tor, the administration is not
answering the needs of both
the Asian American commu-
nity and the UF students. Currently, in the multicultural and
diversity affairs department, three of the mair groups (Institute
of Black Culture, Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures and
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Affairs) have full time
directors. Two of these groups have graduate assistants.
We are in support of these positions and recognize the con-
tributions those directors make toward our campus.
However, despite many years of being one of the most ac-
tive groups on campus and constantly advocating for resourc-
es, the administration on this campus has once again pushed
back our needs for the greater multicultural and diversity
affairs division.


The Asian American community understands the need for a
multicultural affairs assistant dean.
However, in seeking to hire an assistant dean of multicul-
tural and diversity affairs, the administration has indicated the
search for an Asian American director is not a top priority.
Again; Asian Americans are marginalized on campus and
are asked to make a sacrifice they should not have to make.
Asian Americans make up 7 percent of the student body
and have. one of the largest populations on campus. In past
meetings with administrators, AASU and SAASA members
were told an Asian American director was a top priority. Now
it seems as if we have a long way to go before equaling other
multicultural groups on campus.
AASU and SAASA will continue to fight for resources on
this campus, including that of an Asian American director.
Sandy Chiu is president of AASU. Preeti Sharma is president of
SAASA.


Guest column

Secular radicals pitted against feasible intelligent design


In i'25, Tennessee schoolteacher John
Scopes was convicted of violating a state
!.ai prohibiting the teaching of any theo-
r., .. t bi,..logical existence (namely, evolution)
.eLhcr Lhan creationism.
Ei htv years later, we have come full circle.
ChnJ today what is prohibited is not evolu-
bton but creationism. Regardless of which side
is right censorship is wrong. It was wrong in
i'2'l and it remains wrong in 2005.
E arber this month, President Bush of-
fend :i some in closed-minded society when
he -u:Gested public schools should present
the lh<:> *ry of intelligent design alongside the
thic.rv i, evolution. Intelligent design sug-
,-ti tLhat the diversity and complexity of life
-.rn erth is so great it cannot be adequately
L'\plaind by the theory of evolution.
Cnt:i s immediately pounced on Bush's
-ia tcnment as evidence thathe is a Bible-thump-


ing, ignorant hick whose proposal would un-
dermine students' understanding of science;
The National Academy of Sciences has railed
against "increasingly strident attempts to limit
the teaching of evolution."
Those who believe that intelligent design
poses a threat to science are as mistaken as
those who believed the world was flat.
First of all, if anyone is limiting teaching, it
is the secularist radicals.
Thanks to their labors, there is not a mar-
ketplace of competing ideas in our public
schools today, but only a monopoly of evolu-
tionary theory.
In contrast, Bush made it cear he did not
advocate the advancement of intelligent de-
sign as the only theory. Bush stated that both
theories should be taught "to expose people to
different schools of thought" so that "people
can understand what the debate is about."
Even when I attended a public high school


Eric Wang in New York (hardly
Sthe Bible Belt), our
U-Wire -biology textbooks pre-
sented evolution with a
prominent disclaimer that it was a theory. As
with all theories, it is possible (though scien-
tists say unlikely) it is wrong.
As Bush stated, presenting intelligent de-
sign as a critique of evolutionary theory only
enhances understanding of the latter.
Lastly, one might argue children are too
impressionable to be exposed to competing
theories.
However, the case of Richard Sternberg
shows the lie in this objection.
When Steinberg, editor of the Smithsonian
journal "The Proceedings of the Biological
Society of Washington," agreed to publish an
article on intelligent design last year, he was
ostracized by the institution.
Although Sternberg, who holds not one,


but two PhDs in evolutionary biology, does
not even necessarily believe in the theory,
that gave no pause to colleagues who falsely
accused him of being trained as an "orthodox
priest," according to The Washington Post. If
our nation's top scientists cannot discuss evo-
-lution without resorting to adolescent name-
calling, then the debate is not a-problem of age.
It is a problem of passion and prejudice.
Our country was founded on the principles
of free speech and debate. As John Stuart Mill
said, we can best arrive at the truth when there
is a marketplace of competing ideas. George
Orwell painted a grim portrait of what a so-
ciety would look like if we were ever a one-
sided orthodoxy. How a society founded on
Mill's dream has evolved-into Orwell's worst
nightmare, even Darwin would be hard-
pressed to explain. It's certainly no society any
"intelligent" designer would have conceived.
Eric Wang attends the University of Virginia.


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Assistant supervisor position only way to the top


By DAVID COHEN
Alligator Writer
dcohen@alligator.org

Student Government needs help counting
votes.
Applications for four or more Fall 2005
assistant supervisor of elections positions are
available on the third floor of the Reitz Union
inside the Student Activities Center at the SG
desk.
SG Supervisor of Elections Daniel Maland


said holding an assistant supervisor position
is essential if a student is interested in climb-
ing the ladder.
"It's the only position you can have that
can allow you to be the next supervisor of
elections," he said.
Maland said the position cannot be filled
by students who are on the executive end of
any SG-funded organization or associated
with any SG political party.
"The integrity of the entire election is a


pivotal element," he said. "It's a paramount tion to any resume.
priority of mine." "This position provides an excellent op-
Maland said the assistant supervisors of portunity for students to get involved in one
elections will of the nation's largest student-run elections,"
Student Government help determine Maland wrote in a press release. "These posi-
Elections the qualification tions are of extreme importance, especially
of SG applicants with the university's first-ever, complete on-
of S applicant .. line election scheduled for implementation
running for election, help implement election line election scheduled for implementation
policy and assist with any other general elec- Applications are due in the SG office
tions task.
ns as Aug. 29 at 2 p.m. All applicants will be in-
Maland said the position is a great addi- terviewed.


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Morgan said Mountain Dew, an-
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RESEARCH

UF fights hard for its money


By JESSICA RIFFEL
Alligator Writer
jriffel@alligator.org

Research awards to UF increased
by 5 percent to a record $494 million
in 2004-2005, aiding the university
in its mission to be a Top 10 public
research university.
"Research is a critical component
in our reputation. The faculty has
remained competitive, and that com-
petitiveness helps us to attract strong
faculty and graduate students," said
Win Phillips, UF vice president for
research.
Most universities have experi-
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Performance. All research universi-
ties compete for the same share of
funding, and the report's findings
suggest the pot is getting bigger.
Research awards usually increase
each yearbut Phillips said this year
is particularly impressive due to
large federal grants, which increased


10.8 percent over the past year de-
spite changes in the federal govern-
ment and the war in Iraq.
"Research is a critical com-
ponent in our reputation.
The faculty has remained
competitive, and that com-
petitiveness helps us to
attract strong faculty and
graduate students."
Win Phillips
UF vice president for research

Awards to UF from federal agen-
ces such as the National Institutes
of Health and the National Science
Foundation rose by $30.9 million
in the past year. Awards from the
institute increased 15 percent to $130
million despite only minor increases
in the budget for grants.
Private funding has also in-
creased, with foundation awards ris-
ing by 16.5 percent to $57.5 million
last year.


"Private funding is not as big a
part as federal, but as we look for
sources to diversify, and as we grow
bigger, we look for a diversity of
sources in order to compete strong-
ly," Phillips said.
With a stronger focus on private
funding, UF was able to obtain
grants from foundations such as
the W.M. Keck Foundation, which
awarded $875,000 to the astronomy
department.to build a new instru-
ment for planetary detection.
The increase in award money is
partially due to the 13 percent in-
crease in grant proposals sent out.
Faculty and graduate students sent
out 4,903 proposals in the past year.
"With no proposals, there's no
money. The fact that the faculty put
out an increased number of propos-
als increased the probability, but we
also won. We put out more propos-
als, and then we got the money,"
Phillips said. "It's a very competitive
business."
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By IVETTE MENDEZ
Alligator Contributing Writer

Smarter food packaging has
spawned its own UF research cen-
ter with almost $1 million in fund-
ing from companies that supply
stores like Publix and Wal-Mart.
Three major projects are under-
way this Fall at UF's Center for


Food Distribution and Retailing,
which has been around for more
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on recommendations made by
a group of representatives from
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"We have an advisory board
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food," center Director Jeffrey
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The center operates and re-


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these research projects, with three
"large research grants" compris-
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working with Ingersoll-Rand Co.
on sensors for packages to keep
the temperature controlled.
For packaging development,


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"It's all related to having qual-
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working with is
Franwell, which donated radio-
frequency identification tags to
the center's lab, Brecht said.
The tags will allow products
to be tracked from the first stages


of production until the consumer
purchases the item.
"The companies have given
more than $250,000 each," -Brecht
said.
Working at the center are 25 UF
faculty members from six differ-
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is to take existing faculty at the
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All for ainesville

BY TUNE CAPIELLO

5iSter /az reminsce, move forward S


I t's been eight years since Sister
Hazel played for an audience of
more than 70,000 people at UF's
Gator Growl.
This year, there will be a differ-
ent kind of homecoming for the
band that put Gainesville back on
the music map with its hit "All For
You," decades after artists such as
Tom Petty first brought attention to
the scene.
Sister Hazel will perform Sept.
16 at the Phillips Center for the
Performing Arts, where it played a
year ago.
"We had a' great time at the
show last year," lead singer Ken
Block said. "We like to get back (to
Gainesville) as much as we can."
Gainesville is important to the
members of the band for many
reasons.
Block and- rhythm guitarist
Andrew Copeland grew up here,
and the band has played virtually
every pub, bar and coffeehouse in
town.
"Gainesville has been so support-
ive of the band," Block said. "There
are so many people in Gainesville
that have their fingerprints on this
band and who we are as people."
Block said he hopes the audi-
ence will participate and sing along
- like most of their other shows.
- as this year's venue tends to have
a "watching audience."
But that should be no problem
for fans of Sister Hazel; the acces-
sibility of the band has nurtured a
great sense of community between
fans they even call themselves
"Hazelnuts."
"We've been fortunate to have
such a hardcore fan base," Block
said. "I think that's why we've been
able to do what we've done for as
long as we have."
Although college students have
always been the band's core audi-
ence, Sister Hazel takes pride in
allowing parents and their children
to find common ground through its
music.
Block is putting a book together
of testimonies from fans on how
Sister Hazel's music has connected
with them and changed their lives.
"Whether it's, I sobered up
after dealing with addictions,' or 'I
started a new business I've always
wanted to open' ... when you hear


that it's changing people's lives,
it's like 'Wow, I'm doing the right
thing,'" Block said.
Perhaps one of the reasons the
band has such a passionate follow-
ing are the events Sister Hazel hosts
'to bring its tight-knit community
together.
The Rock Boat started .out as a
"thank you" for Sister Hazel fans in
2001. The band reserved half a cruise
ship to play for fans and interact
with them.
"We took the whole boat the next
year," Block said. "It's an absolutely
indescribable musical experience."
Now in its fifth year, The Rock
Boat will host 30 bands to play on
a cruise ship reserved entirely for
fans. Tickets sold out in just two
days a total of 2,500 people plus
work crew.
Artists on The Rock Boat will in-
clude O.A.R., Stroke 9 and Cowboy Bc
Mouth. In addition to The Rock
Boat, Sister Hazel also hosts .The
Rock Slope, an event with the same
idea of bringing the band and fans Sister Hazel is sc
together, but set in the mountains ofGainesville, expe
Steamboat Springs, Colo.
"We've always been very accessi- "You just have
ble and really believed in that sense you can control," h
of camaraderie," Block said. Block thinks th
But having a faithful following gotten better with
isn't the only way the band has sus- member finding
trained its longevity. It always comes band more and
back to the music and the band learned to pick thE
members as individuals, keep their egos in c
"I'm surrounded "First and fore:
by really talented play mus
guys," Block said. an ville lives
"I got to see [the "W
other members] has been so sup- sa
in other bands portive of the band.
before they
played with There are so many people
me, and I in Gainesville that have their
knew that
I wanted to fingerprints on this band a
share a stage who we are as people,
with them." Ken Block
The band K Bo
Se d a ne Sister Hazel lead singer
will record a new eve


album after its current
tour, marking its seventh
album release.
The past few albums have been
released independently after an am-
icable split with Universal Records,
but Block said the band might part-
ner up with a major label for its next
release.


Photo courtesy of Sister Hazel
heduled to play at the Philips Center for the Performing Arts Sept. 16. The band,from
cts hardcore fans to show up despite the venue's typical "watching audience."


to control what
Le said.
he band has only
time, with each
his place in the
more. They've
eir battles and to
:heck, he said.
most, we love to
ic, and we love
hows," he said.
e all have the
ime goal of mak-
ing music that
we're proud of
and connecting
with people."
But that's
not to say
playing 125
shows a year
and hosting
ents like The Rock


Boat isn't challeng-
ing. All five of the band
members are married, and three
members have children.
"We transitioned from being col-
lege kids who never miss a party to
bouncing on the road and support-
ing our families," Block said. "We all
put our families first because if that


goes well, then everything else is go-
ing to go well."
Bob McPeek, former owner of the
local Mirror Image Studios, worked
with the band in the mid-'90s before
it reached national recognition and
was there to record the hit song
"All for You" on several different
occasions.
"They were willing to play to six
people at the Newberry Watermelon
Festival," he said. "They had a really
good work ethic, and they're good
people."
Block still recalls times when
there were more people on stage
than in the audience.
"We just made sure that the next
time there would be eight people in
the crowd instead of
five," he said.
It's exactly that
type of attitude that HRE
has brought Sister 10.00(
Hazel success.
"Whatever was in
the water in the '70s "
was in the water in the i
'90s," McPeek said.
"And they're still out :.
there, still doing it." E
In that sense, the


members of Sister Hazel have
always felt like ambassadors for
Gainesville, though only two mem-
bers currently reside in the city.
"We're very, very proud of the
city and very, very proud of the
University of Florida and Santa Fe,"
Block said.
But at home, the best way for the
members of Sister Hazel to represent
Gainesville would be to put on the
best show they can at the Phillips
Center. -
"Ijust hope [the audience is] loud
and involved," Block said. "That's
how most of our shows go."
Student tickets are $10 and are
available at the Phillips Center Box
Office at (352) 392-2787.

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* The Alligator will hold an open
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We are looking for experienced or
motivated feature writers, review-
ers, and music staff.


U Next week we'll catch up with The Ave-
nue's Fashion A-Go-Go Christine Steffens
and her brand new blog with CNN.com, for a
special report on campus style.


N Attention comic lovers: Check out our
new beat on graphic novels, Get Graphic,
by Karalena Bielecki on pg. 15. Her first
column touches base on new comic series
"Infinite Crisis."


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2005 0 ALLIGATOR, 13


MoeFest show-


cases local acts

Iwas able to hunt down local music impresario
Moe Rodriguez to get the latest on the upcoming
Gainesville Summer and Film Showcase, colloquially
known as MoeFest. Added to the pressure of promoting
one of Gainesville's largest annual events and talking to
annoying reporters, Rodriguez also blew out his back.
He braved the pain and answered questions about his
namesake event.
BO: What is the official name of the event?
MR: Gainesville Summer and Film Showcase 2005. Films are
a question mark right now, though.
BO: How long has
the event been oc-
Brian curring?
ele Offenther MR: It's been the
Playlist Gainesville Summer
theavenue@alligator.org Music 'and Film
Showcase since
2000.
BO: So how exactly did the event get the name MoeFest?
MR: It came from Ned Davis (guitar player for ex-Gainesville
band PopCanon). He said,"I'm not calling it Gainesville
Summer and Film Showcase, it's too long!"
BO: So what is the goal of the event?
MR: The purpose is to give incoming people a chance to see
a lot of bands for cheap. People can pay $7 and see five
bands. That's cheap.
BO: I hear this is a charity event. Where does the money go?
MR: Lyrics for Life. The bands all get paid, too. Everyone
gets a little bit of everything. A lot of thanks have to go to
my sponsors, too.
BO: Any shows in particular that you are excited about?
MR: I'm excited about the Thursday show at the Pontiac
Tavern (featuring Swayze and Words Now Heard).
Really, I'm excited about all the shows. It depends on
your taste.
BO: Will MoeFest host a cameo by your guitar playing alter
ego Hans Shimutz?
MR: I'm not sure. With my bad back, I just can't be sure.
BO: Where can people find out about the event?
MR: www.promoemusic.com and
www.gainesvillebands.com on the shows page.









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Music students lack promotion


While the student population at UF reached
48,000 last year, the School of Music stu-
dent population just hit 250.
Though the music school doesn't compare in size
to other Florida schools like FSU or UM, the smaller
size can be both a blessing and a
curse.
"I'm glad it's small," said
Lauren Pollock, a violin perfor-
mance junior and business minor
at UF. "You don't have to worry
about not seeing a familiar face."
However, small size has its
downside. Lack of resources and funding make indi-
vidual attention more cumbersome.
"We don't have that many classrooms, and we
are trying to keep the class size small," said Mutlu
Citim-Kepic, director for music admissions and un-
dergraduate adviser for the School of Music at UF. "If
we had more resources we could offer more courses
for non-majors, but on the other hand we do like be-
ing a small college for what we can offer our music
students."
As a music student, all majors are offered weekly


chances to perform solo in both their studio on
Wednesday and convocation on Fridays. Even
though both are open to the public, attended are
rare.
"No'college students want to listen to opera or
any type of classical music," said
Laura Bevill, a UF junior studying
Maria music and French. "Even if more
Laverghetta things were held for majors, no one
Playlist would show up."
ieavenue@alligator.org
eavenue@lligor.org Many rion-music students dis-
agree, but they feel promoting per-
formances needs to be more campus-
wide in order for there to be a substantial turnout.
"If Hendrix rose from the dead and put on a show,
no one would know about it without advertise-
ments," said Ryan Murray, an electrical engineering
senior.
Other non-music students also see the small size
as a deterrent.
"When I was in school, they only offered like two
music classes to students who were not music majors,
so even if I wanted to pursue my interest in music, I
couldn't," said Michael Scott, a UF alumnus.


CLUB COMEDY

'Retaliation' gets the last laugh


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Dane Cook aptly named the
three discs of his new album
"Retaliation" that hit stores July
26 like it was Dale Earnhardt
and the shelves were turn four at
Daytona.
You want this album, you need
this album, and you likely already
have this album (at least on your
iPod).
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the Billboard 200 chart by selling
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the DVD is essentially a genius
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Packed with all of Cook's
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and "Crank Yankers," the show
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and unedited (unedited being the
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Mitzvah Bash" and the "Roast of
Dennis Leary."
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it was who had it coming with
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Partiers unite at UF


As the new nightlife writer,
I envision myself cutting
straight through the lines at
clubs as strong-muscled gentlemen
part the velvet ropes at the door for
me and my fabulous friends.
In my head, it's
like "Sex and the
City" minus the
sex, the big city
and all the Prada.
In reality, it proba-
bly won't be much
like that.
The best nights are the random
ones, and I have plenty of those.
I don't frat-hop if I can avoid it.
And I don't sit in dark rooms smok-
ing a bong. I've experienced the
best Gainesville has to offer. I've
fought with sweaty people for air to
breathe. I've stood in the humidity
outside clubs asking myself why I
bothered to blow-dry my hair, and
I've walked into places, taken two
looks around and walked right back
out.
UF students are privileged to
have such a lively, ever-changing
social scene that requires little more
than a good spontaneous group of
friends and some form of desig-


nated driver.
Even the serious, studious people
in Gainesville have something of a
social life with endless possibilities,
depending on their mood.
We have Greeks, Latins, Bohemians
and plenty of
others; shaken or
Julia Carvalho stirred, mixed to-
i gether, we've got
Night Writer \ourselves a party
theavenue@alligator.org school.
Football sea-
son amplifies our
social drive, and we wander the city
decked out in orange and blue looking
for places where we can stand, drink,
talk loudly, dance and take thousands
of pictures we'll later put on our
Webshots as proofto the world that we
go to the best college ever.
Truth is, it's easy to be sociable in
Gainesville in fact, it's harder to be
a hermit because chances are, .unless
your friends are also pre-med, they
won't let you stay home thinking about
organic chemistry in peace. They'll
keep calling and calling, and you'd bet-
ter cave forfeit your A for a chance
to be a part of the stories from the best
night ever.


OFF THE PRESS

War book skips blood, guts


SLarry Heinemann
Black Virgin Mountain: A Return
to Vietnam
S Doubleday


Larry Heinemann's "Black Virgin
Mountain: A Return to Vietnam" is not your
usual all-out, blood-and-guts war account.
For Heinemann, Vietnam wasn't a place
where men were made
into men, where one could
ultimately find himself.
Vietnam was simply
madness, violence and
corruption. Humanity at
its worst.
Heinemann's novel is a gripping memoir
and one of the finer books to come out of the
still-emerging Vietnam War-memoir genre.
The first half of the book is composed
of a number of fragmented recollections
from Heinemann's 1967-68 tour of duty in
Vietnam and the years following his return
home. Some of these fragments are hilarious
- especially Heinemann's account of his
unit's purposeful knocking down of rubber
trees, each of which the Army had to pay the
Michelin tire company a steep indemnity for.
Other moments are downright painful and
disheartening in particular Heinemann's
account of the fates of his two brothers, both
military veterans, one of whom committed
suicide and the other who simply disap-


peared.
The second half of the book transforms
itself into a Paul Theroux-esque travel nar-
rative, minus Theroux's famous sour tem-
per, and charts Heinemann's return trip to
Vietnam in the early 1990s.
Though many of his anecdotes and de-
scriptions of the Vietnamese countryside are
beautiful and quite lively, there's a remark-
able sense of distance in Heinemann's dispo-
sition toward his return to
S his former battlegrounds.
James Fleming Frankly, I would've
Off the Press liked to know more
theavenue@alligator.org
about what he was actu-
ally feeling during his
trip back or if he was
really feeling anything at all.
The highlight of the book is the sheer
quality of the prose itself. It is easily evident
in the most powerful scene in the book,
Heinemann's second-person narration of a
-wartime trip through the Cu Chi tunnels.
This is Heinemann at his best: quick,
gripping and, above all, real.
No one else in contemporary American
letters writes like Larry Heinemann. He
reminds me of Mark Twain lively and
personal, colloquial and powerful leaving
you feeling as if you haven't read him, but
simply sat across from him and listened to
him talk.
This book is strongly recommended.


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DC comics trans-end time Ultimate Guide for'Infinite Crisis
DC comics transcend time Um G '
Ultimate Guide for 'Infinite Crisis' I


T I he words "October" and "crisis" probably
bring one thought to your mind.
L Midterms.
Now you're thinking, "Whoa, lady, classes
lu't -t.arted, I don't even want to think about
rimdtrnm yet," but forget school for one sec-
ond.
What should come to mind
is that Oct. 12 launches "Infinite
SCrisis" from DC Comics. r
It will be available at your
Friendly neighborhood comic book
shop.
What's "Infinite Crisis?"
Well, chum, it's only the biggest event of
comics this year.
You don't want to miss it because all the
other kids will laugh at you.
Not since 1985's "Crisis on Infinite Earths"
has DC boasted an event of these proportions.
Creators have been understandably tight-
lipped about its repercussions.
The seven-issue, series, dubbed by DC
Executive Editor Dan DiDio as "the worst day
ever in the DC Universe," has been kept quiet.
But we do know that it promises to alter or
destroy the lives and friendships of some of
your favorite DC heroes such as Superman,
Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and
the Flash forever.


At the conclusion of the new series, the en-
tire DC Universe will jump one year into the
future.
Don't we all wish we could erase time as
easy as comics do?
Merely a flip of a page and that pesky
MAC1147 midterm
I Karolena could be over.
Bielecki Still, the tricky little
Get Graphic problem of lost time
theavenue@alligator.org must be confronted.
To make up for it, DC
is producing a daring
project; a weekly comic tentatively titled "52"
to explain, in real-time, what has happened
since the one-year jump.
You'll just have to pick it up to find out how
the world is altered by the time warp.
The results promise to change the.way you
look at comics for a long time.
But before you indulge in comic-history-in-
the-making, you don't want to miss out on the
wickedly delightful back story, where every-
thing starts to fall apart.
Hopefully, this handy guide the Avenue has-
provided for you will ensure you don't skip a
beat in the lives of all the best DC comic he-
roes.
Note: Cut along the dotted lines for an easy-
to-use checklist.


Identity Crisis
Kicking everything off in 2004,
the wildly popular seven-part mini-
series by Brad Meltzer and Rags
Morales went back to press for four
printings. If the plot hasn't been
ruined for you yet, I'm not going
to spoil it. Things get complicated
for the JLA in a tear-jerking, gut-
wrenching way. Be sure to check out
the hardcover with commentary by
Meltzer and Morales, plus Morales'
sketchbook and more available Sept.
7.

Countdown To Infinite Crisis
The mammoth 80-page one-shot
written by Geoff Johns, Greg Rucka
and Judd Winick (yeah, that guy
from MTV's "Real World 3") allud-
ed to the darker days ahead for the
DCU with one mighty-contemptible
act by Maxwell Lord. Once you pick
that up, you'll be all set for the final
countdown, four six-issue minis
currently in progress, so snatch 'em
up while you still can.

The OMAC Project
"The OMAC Project" picks up


right where "Countdown" left off.
Greg Rucka and Jesus Saiz show
Sus just how heinous Maxwell Lord
can be, but fear not, he gets his just
desserts.

Rann-Thanagar War
Dave Gibbons, Ivan Reis and
Marc Campos explode with a DC
space adventure starring Adam
Strange, Green Lantern, Hawkman
and Hawkgirl as the planets Rann
and Thanagar get a little too close
for comfort.

Villains United
Hot talent Gail Simone makes it
fun to root for the bad guys. In this
series, a group of villains refuse to
join the new Secret Society of Super
Villains. It's refreshing to see a comic
about villains for a change.

Day Of Vengeance
Writer Bill Willingham (of
"Fables" :fame) spins the yam
about the Spectre, out to eliminate
all traces of magic in the DCU, but
the Shadowpact, a small group of
heroes, fights to stop him.


Calendar


today
Florida Museum of Natural History: art exhibit, "The .
Ordway Preserve," 10 a.m. 5 p.m., free
Eddie C's: live music, Odd Man Out, 10 p.m., $5
Atlantic: discotheque, Pop Rocks with DJ Eric, 10
p.m., $5
friday
Hippodrome: play, "Mere Mortals," 8:15 p.m;, $19
$26
Harn Museum of Art: art exhibit, "Forbidden Art: The
Postwar Russian Avant-Garde," 10 a.m. 5 p.m.,
free
Shamrock: live music, Suicide Bombs, 10 p.m., $5
saturday
Santa Fe Track 7 Field: carnival, SantaFest, 10 a.m.
5 p.m., $10 for all-day pass
Sidebar: live music, The Duppies, 10 p.m., $5
Matheson Museum: exhibit, "60th Anniversary of the
End of World War II," 10 a.m. 5 p.m., free
monday
Purple Porpoise: live music, The Horror, 10 p.m., $5
Common Grounds: karaoke, 10 p.m., free
Thomas Center: art exhibit, "Natural Passages,"
free
tuesday
University Auditorium: assembly, Black Student
Assembly, free
Eddie C's: karaoke, 10 p.m., free
Har Museum of Art: art exhibit, "El Anatsui: GAWU,"
10 a.m. 5 p.m., free
wednesday
Eddie C's: live music, DK LIMB, 10 p.m., $5
Common Grounds: movie, "It's All Good," 10.p.m.,
free
Florida Museum of Natural History: exhibit, "Natural
Curiosity," 10 a.m. 5 p.m., free


-I


Craven's 'Red Eye' startles critic


Don't do well with suspenseful thriller movies. I enjoy
watching them, but for the most part I consider myself
a complete and utter wimp. I will literally jump out of
my seat and launch onto the person next to me at every
obviously planned part of the movie.
"Red Eye" wal no different, and the person I went
with will definitely never call me again.
Wes Craven strayed from his normal
horror gore to the suspense genre in his i '
latest flick.
The movie stars Rachel McAdams
(The Notebook) and Cillian Murphy
-(Batman Begins). The two are on the
same airline flight, check in at the gate
right next to each other and happen to have assigned seats
next to each other.
Coincidence? I think not.
In mid-flight, it turns out that Murphy is an assassin.
What does this have to do with McAdams?
Well, I found it to be a stretch, but McAdams runs
the hotel that Mr. Homeland Security is staying at and
Murphy needs McAdams to change the hotel room of Mr.


Homeland Security so he can murder him more conve-
niently.
Throw in your typical rock and a hard place, add in a
plane and a dash of turbulence and you have yourself a
genuine, suspense-filled thriller.
The movie is good and thoroughly entertaining. The
acting was also done surprisingly well by both McAdams
and Murphy. He plays the psycho-as-
Melissa sassin part well, especially considering
Filipkowski half of his lines are delivered.in whis-
The Reel Life pers. He comes off exactly as he is sup-
theavenue@a!ligator.org posed to cold and creepy.
Easily the best part of the movie is
the 45 minutes or so they are in the air.
Craven is a master at suspense he has proven this over
and over, so it is no surprise to me the movie was done
well.
Of course there are some parts that don't completely.
make sense and some plot holes, but nothing to severely
take away from the entertainment factor of the movie.
Audiences will enjoy "Red Eye" enough to save it from
a crash landing at the box office.


QB Vision makes game 'damn hard'


Months of enthusiastic an-
ticipation culminated when
this year's installment of
the world's most popular profes-
sional football video game series,
Madden Football 06, was released to
countless drooling fans around the
globe and they discovered something
they never would have dreamt.
They didn't really like it.
Why? QB Vision. Why? It's too
damn hard..
But I bet being an NFL quarter-
back is pretty hard too, so I insisted
on giving QB Vision a fair chance.
In case you don't know, this year
the people at EA Sports decided to
revolutionize the passing system in
Madden and add a player-controlled,
cone-shaped graphic during plays
that represents the direction and


width of the quarterback's view.
A quarterback can throw outside
his view but will throw poorly, and
the size of the cone depends on the
stats of the quarterback. In theory,
this feature sounds like a clever and
realistic addition
to an already in-
tricate and realis-
tic game. In real- [
ity, it just makes
throwing a good
pass slower.
And after more than enough
games of Madden to decide, I've
determined that with no time on
the clock and two 330-pound mon-
sters blitzing my blind side, QB
Vision is just one more thing I don't
want to have to worry about but
it doesn't ruin games, it is just a


Do
th


challenge.
So while I've already lost a big
game and given up a dozen sacks
because of QB Vision, it doesn't
make me want to stop playing. It
makes me want to get better.
I want to mas-
Brett ter QB Vision to
Kelman access the pos-
)n't Hate the Playa sible advantages
ieavenue@alligator.org it promises, like
looking a DB off
a wide receiver
or reading a draw play off the QB's
eyes.
So if you've sworn off this year's
Madden because of QB Vision, quit
your whining and next time you
bomb it downfield to Randy Moss,
look at him first. I think he likes the
attention anyway.









16, ALLIGATOR U THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2005


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The New
Amsterdams
Killed or.Cured
SVagrant Records

Whatever your problems, Matt Pryor's song-
writing on The New Amsterdams' newest
release, "Killed or Cured," might help you
articulate them.
Better known as The Get Up Kids' front
man, Pryor formed The New Amsterdams
five years ago as an outlet for his darker
songs. While on tour with the Kids last year,
Pryor found himself missing home and his
family. Expecting his second child in the
coming weeks, Pryor decided it was time
to stop. After explaining his feelings to his
bandmates, he turned to pen and paper to
create what would eventually be dubbed
"Killed or Cured."
Once Pryor finished the full-length album,
Vagrant Records decided to shelve the album
until the end of the TGUK's farewell tour this
summer. After a year's wait, five tracks of
"Killed or Cured" were instead released as a
free online download.
The stripped-down, acoustic guitar-driv-
en songs on the album might be revealing
and overly depressing, but I definitely felt
assured I'm not the only one with problems.
Whether you've had a rough night or need
music for a long drive home, this set of hon-
est.songs is perfect listening.


Silverstein
Discovering the Waterfront
Victory Records


BiItI What does the music industry
think it is doing? With the re-
cent explosion of the once underground emo/
hardcore scene, the industry has signed groups
who boast more commercial appeal than musical
talent. As time passes, albums will become more
indistinguishable between these undeserving
bands. Silverstein's latest release, "Discovering
the Waterfront," is no exception.
After selling 200,000 copies of its major label
debut, the Canadian quintet didn't think twice
about altering its cookie-cutter sound for their
newest release. For "Discovering the Waterfront,"
Silverstein continued to hone its systematic
formula of songwriting, sacrificing originality
to make a more commercially-friendly album.
Behind the helm, producer/engineer Cameron
Webb (Hawthorne Heights, Sum 41) helped the
group write more power-chord heavy, catchy
chorus, ready-for-radio tunes.
If you are content listening to albums not
necessarily presenting anything new for the
genre, "Discovering..." is a well-conceived
and constructed album. Vocalist Shane Told
improved his lines on the album by singing in
a more comfortable register and screaming more
sporadically. The music from the rest of the band
is solid; no more and no less. However, until
Silverstein becomes less concerned with
money and fame than music, its albums will
continue to fail at impressing anyone.

DAVID JONES


By CHAN TRAN
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nooks parked on the shores of an
exotic island 300
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hundred yards
off Northwest 43rd Street, where
the traffic noise fades and trees are
abundant. The scenic atmosphere
can be enhanced by dining outside
on a covered, wooden porch that
nearly wraps around the restau-
rant.
And if I was merely charmed by
Cabana Cove's secluded location
or its palm-tree-and-bamboo de-
cor, its delicious Caribbean dishes
won me over. The food's authen-
ticity matched the steel-drum mu-
sic playing over the restaurant's
speakers.
For my entree, I finally settled
on the mahi mahi with the citrus


coriander rub and banana lime
salsa. The salsa on the mahi mahi
comforted my palate with the
subtle blend of sweet and sour.
However, next time I'd choose a
different rub because the citrus
coriander was not as explosively
tasteful as I'd
anticipated.
Chan Tran At this
News Bites point, I had
theavenue@alligator.org more than my
stomach could
handle, but I
could not pass
up dessert especially for one
with a fun name like Cabana
Banana. Shaped in what I can
only describe as a "banana boat,"
the fruit is split down the middle,
misted with rum and stuffed with
nuts, chocolate chips and coco-
nut flakes baked into the skin.
A spoonful of the dessert with
whipped cream and chocolate
syrup nearly melted me. This
banana dessert was a fun and de-
licious way to get my daily potas-
sium amount.
Though it is a delightful dining
experience, you can also call 377-
3278 for carryout.


Surround-sound sex tends to ruin good episode of Conan


One of my roommates from
junior year had a very
noisy girlfriend. Every
night as I watched Conan
O'Brien, 55 minutes of panting,
moaning and screaming accom-
panied the subtle comedy..
My passion for that pompa-
dour lead me to Turn up the tele-
vision and tune out the sex.
After several weeks of the
same, my second roommate
decided to get in on the act as
well in what my third roommate


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called the moaning competition.
Of course it wasn't every
night, but several times the two
women's voices were heard at
the same time
coming from
the separate
rooms with
reactions too
coordinated to
. be coincidence.
Sex in surround sound.
Soon enough for me, my
roommates' sex lives became


another annoying habit of theirs
to ignore just like the wasted
refrigerator space.
My logic was simple. I liked
talking to my
Mr. Lube roommates'
Risqu6 Business girlfriends
theavenue@alligator.org more than I
liked talking
to my room-
mates.
Even if they were loud, I
tried to be happy for them, like
I would be with for of my other


friends.
Acknowledging someone as
a sexual being but not expect-
ing him to be sexually active felt
hypocritical to me.
When my first roommate
broke up with his noisy girl-
friend, he immediately started
dating a new girl.
She aspired to be an R&B
singer, thought she was pretty
and talented and was happy to
let you know.
As part of her career training


to be 'a celebrity, she watched
nothing but E! Entertainmen-
television.
When I went on my nightly
departure into the Cone Zone
the new girl was much less vocal
and the games of sexual Marcc
Polo between the rooms. hac
ended.
As I ate my morning oatmeal,.
found the vapid yammering of ar
image-obsessed, wannabe'super
star much more a nuisance thar
the sounds of sex.


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the Guide

to dining out


David's Real Pit BBQ
Voted # 1 in Gainesville and
listed in "Where the Locals
Eat" as best place in Gaines-
ville for Ribs & BBO. David's
says come on in for breakfast,
lunch or dinner. Adult size por-
tions for adult size appetites
David's caters to the Gators.
Open 7am-9pm Mon-Sat. 8am-
9pm Sun We are located at
5121-A NW 39th Ave. [352)
373-2002. David's BBQ deliv-
ers the best BBQ anywhere in
Gainesville with Gatorfood.com





The New Deal Cafe
Consistently voted best burger
in Gainesville. Other best of
awards include: salad, dessert,
martini, wine list. 3443 W.
University Ave. 371-441S


Cafe Gardens
Cafe Gardens has been just
across from the UF Cam-
pus since 1976. This quaint
landmark establishment with
award winning courtyard
ri n'n ;icr narfrtI f-r n-r rita


or gathering. Don't miss the
Friday wine tasting 6-8pm.
Open 7 days. Lunch meetings
catered. Daily Lunch & Drink
Specials. -Live Music Nightly-
Call 376-2233 1643 NW 1st
Ave.





Mildred's Big City Food
Best of Gainesville for 11
years!
European chocolate cake,
cheesecake.. over 20 hand-
made desserts.. 3445 W.
University 3 71-1711
www.milddredsbigcityfood.com





Mildred's Big City Food
Meals made from scratch
with organic local produce,
fresh meats & seafood, daily
baked breads & desserts by
Gainesville's most awarded
chef. Consistently voted best
chef. menu, salad, seafood.
martini. wine list, wine bar,
dessert & service. 3445 W.
University Ave. 371-1711
www.mildredsbigcityfood.com


Miya Sushi
3222 SW 35th Blvd. [Butler
Plaza next to Publix). Enjoy
Authentic Japanese food
in a Casual & Comfortable
environment. Our extensive
SUSHI BAR provides the best
portions in town. All sushi
made-to-order. Try our new
menu with new rolls, appetiz-
ers, lunch specials, & unique
rice wines. Open every day
11:30am-10pm. To Go or-
ders available on everything.
335-3030. Delivery available
through Gatorfood.com





El Toro
You've had the rest, now try
the BEST mexican food in
Gainesville. Loved by Gators
past and present. Best home-
made salsa in town. Open 7
days a week for lunch and din-
ner. 1723 SW '13th St. Take
out and catering available. Live
music 2nd and 4th Saturday of
the month.


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every thursday J


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Book Lover's Cafe
Vegetarian and Vegan
cuisine prepared with all
natural ingredients. Organic
food, smoothies and juices.
Amex/Visa/ATM 10am-
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Classifieds
THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2005


ALLIGATOR
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#a For Rent
furnished

Who wants a FREE iPod??
2/2 and 3/3 Roommate match from $429
-cAREE: Cable w/ HBO + Showtime
W/D*Tanning*HUGE GYM*Gated
Save $$$ w/ NO move-in costs! 377-2777
12-7-72-1

Super Clean Studio
Walk to Shands-
Annual lease
Now as low as $355 monthly
inc all utilities ph 336-9836
12-7-72-1

ROOMMATES WANTEDI!!!
Private Bed/Bath, Furnished, All Utilities
inc Cox High-Speed Internet, Pool, Gym,
Tennis, Bball, Tanning $429 336-3838
12-7-72-1

BETTER THAN THE DORMS
Roommate matching from $430
Townhouse style*Furnished*All Utilities
Pool*Gym*Hot Tub*Free Tanning
Call for specials! 372-8100
12-7-72-1


HUGE *AFFORDABLE 1, 2 & 3BR
Spiral Staircase Skylight
Pool 2 Tennis Cts
Indvl lease & Utility Pack
Now and Fall 377-7401 12-7-72-1


PHOENIX 2BR, 1.5BA townhouse, patio,
privacy rear, amenities, bike to campus. 386-
328-6229 Iv msg or cell 386-972-4647. $475
+ deposit. 8-30-14-1

Close to UF
FREE Roommate Match
FREE CABLE, FREE Utilities
FREE Alarm FREE Furniture
FREE Tanning, W/D, PC Lab
S24-hr Gym, Gated Entry
Only $485, 372-0400
12-7-72-1

1 MO FREE w/ indiv. lease. Countryside, 1
mi from UF. 1BR/1BAin4BR/4BA, Furnished
incl 51" TV, cable, DSL, washer/dryer, pool,
fitness center, $425/mo. Call 352-281-4588
9-21-20-1

**Countryside 1BR/1BA in 4BR/4BA. $425
util, cable, alarm, dsl incl. W/D. On bus rts 9
& 35. Individual leases. Call 407-620-1555
9-15-26-1

1, 2, 3, 4BRApts.
www.ApartmentslnGainesville.com
12-7-72-1


S For Rent
furnished


Awesome

Student Living

4/4's from $435-455!

Free
Internet, cable, W/D, PC lab, all new gym,
3 Buses & RM Match! Going Fast 271-3131
12-7-72-1

Walk to SFCC
Roll out of bed and
into class.
$399 Gets you all this! --
Fully Furnished, Free Ethernet, Free Cable
w/HBO, FREE UTILITIES, W/D,
Roommate match.
379-9300
12-7-72-1

UF Living At its Best
4/4 & 3/3 from $385 Incl. all util., cable, &
internet. On UF bus routes. Free roommate
match. MaCor Realty Inc. 352-375-8888
10-18-45-1


2BR/2.5BA condo in Southfork Oaks. Close
to school. Fireplace, wood floors, stainless
steel appliances, big screen TV, new leather
sofas, 1 room available. $500/mo incl all
utils. Call Brian 321-278-6044 8-29-10-1

3 rooms for rent 4/2bdrm/bth $350/month
plus utilities pet fee. Horse board avail con-
tact Jen 407-947-9748 8-25-5-1

Room Available University Club. $465/mo
- incl util. Available ASAP. Call 954-551-1638
for details. 8-29-5-1

WALK/BIKE 2 BLOCKS TO UF!
2 Female roommates to share brand new
4/4 luxury condo near Soority Row. Includes
W/D, All util. & internet. $575/mo and August
free! Call Rebecca (850) 265-5237. 8-25-3-1

COUNTRYSIDE CONDO. 4BR4BA: 1BR/
1BA avail Aug 05. Ethernet, util incl. W/D,
nicely furn, secure. Exercise/pool. Direct bus
UF 3 mi.$465/mo/room. Vanessa 352-217-
3464, Flo 352-357-9656 or 352-636-4814.
8-31-5-1

1BR near Shands. Quiet neighborhood.
Duplex. Shady fenced yard 1312 SW 14th
St. $380/mo. Call 538-2458 8-30-5-1


l1 For Rent
| furnishedd a

WALK TO UF!
2BR/2.5BA townhouse near University &
NW 8th. W/D, small pets ok. $750/mo. Call
1-877-833-2865. 9-8-10-1

ONE ROOM.
Furnished in Oxford Manor. Call Danny 407-
832-8001 9-8-10-1

*OAKBROOK WALK*
1BR/1BA in 2BR/2BA. Walk to UF. Utils,
cable, int, W/D incl. Balcony, pool, 3 fir. Live
w/fem grad student. NS. Price neg 863-738-
5344. 9-8-10-1


For Rent
S unfurnished


*QUIET, CLEAN, LOTS OF GREEN
SPACE. Rustic 1BR apt. $345/mo.
*1BR cottage $375/mo. Call 378-9220 or
mobile 213-3901.12-7-72-2

5 BR House at UF
Wood Floors, W/D,
Screened porch, Pets Ok.
3 Blocks to UF
OPEN WEEKENDS 371-7777
12-7-72-2

LYONS SPECIAL
$99 1st month's rent
377-8797
12-7-72-2

Need a Rental Home or Condo?
Need A Tenant?
CALL THE BEST!





Watson Realty Corp. RFALTORS*
www.watsonrent.com
Property Mgmt/Rentals 352-335-0440
Full Service Sales 352-377-8899
gvillepm@watsonrealtycorp.com
12-7-72-2


*WALK TO UF*
Studios & 1/1s from $469 studios incl all util
Pets OK, Res. Free parking...guaranteed***
You Can't Live any Closer!
1216 SW 2nd 372-7111
12-7-72-2


U l For Rent
S unfurnished

-A HOME FOR FALLI-
* HUGE floorplans
* 1, 2 & 3 BRs $530-735!
* Sparkling pools & more!
* Bike to UF Pets ok!
* Open wkends 335-7275
12-7-72-2

DOWNTOWN-ONLY 2 UNITS LEFT
3/3 avil NOW & Studio avail Oct.
Alarm*Pool*Pets Welcome
Daily $pecials!l 338-0002
12-7-72-2


OSUN BAY APTSO
*Some furnished avail*
**Walk or Bike to Campus **
1-1 $460/mo@*2-1 $520/mo
www.sunisland.info 0**376-6720
12-7-72-2

1 & 2BR apts. convenient to shopping, bus
line, and just a few miles from UF. Located
off SW 20th Ave. $375 $450, incl water,
sewer, pest control & garbage. Sorry no pets
allowed. Call 335-7066. 12-7-72-2

A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE!
* Stress free living! Great rates!
* 1BR from $460 2BR from $530
* Beautiful pools/courtyards
* Walk/bike to UF Pets ok
* Open Weekends! 372-7555
12-7-72-2

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
12-7-72-2

*k ELLIE'S HOUSES **
Quality single family homes. Walk or bike to
UF. www.ellieshouses.com 352-215-4991 or
352-2.15-4990 12-7-72-2

Deluxe, Large 3 or 4BR apt/house, 60
second walk to UF. Remodeled, Old House
charm. Central AC, washer/dryer included.
Wood floors. With Parking. By Private
Owner. 538-2181 Iv message 12-7-72-2


S GET $$$ OFF RENT! 2&3 BR
Available now
FREE UF Parking
Pinetreegardens.com
Open wknds, 376-4002 12-7-72-2


U I For Rent
unfurnished

Deluxe, large one or two bedroom, 60 sec-
ond walk to UF Wood firs, washer dryer
included, fireplace, patio deck. Can furnish.
Short term available. Private Owner. $495-
up. 352-538-2181. Lv mssg 12-7-72-2

.Sick of the Dorms?
Get your OWN space...Near UF!!
2/2 and 3/3 Roommate Match
FREE Cable*HBO*Showtime*Alarm
FREE Tanning*HUGE GYM
Rebates and a FREE iPod! 377-2777
12-7-72-2
**Beautiful and New*"
2BR/2BA& 3BR/3BA LUXURY
FREE High-Speed Internet
FREE Monitored Alarm
FREE Cable/Tanning/Gym
W/D plus TVs in every kitchen
374-FUNN (3866)
12-7-72-2

SUN ISLAND
1.1 from $480.00 2.1 $530.00
$99 deposit for Grad students
999 SW 16th Ave phone # 376-6720
www.sunisland.info
12-7-72-2

TRIPLE YOUR SAVINGS!
HUGE Townhouse only $1025
Cable*Pool*Free Tanning*Gym
Fall Specials on Now! 372-8100
12-7-72-2

*Location, Location, Location*
1BR $589, 2BR $639, near Butler Plaza,
but park FREE @ UF.
Alarms, some utilities, pets welcome!
www.SpanishTrace.org 373-1111
12-7-72-2

WOOD Floors at UF
Large 1BR w/W/D.
Pets ok, central air.
Free parking, 1 blk from stadium.
Open Weekends 371-0769
12-7-72-2

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 12-7-72-2


HOUSES AT UF
2 and 3 BRs from $690
W/D HU, Fenced-in
backyard, Deck.
Open Weekends 371-7777
12-7-72-2


How To Place A Classified Ad:


In Person:
Cash, Check,. MC, or Visa
The Alligator Office
1105 W. University Ave.
M-F, 8am 4pm
UF Bookstore at Reitz Union
M F, 8am 6pm, Sat. 10am 5pm


By Mail:
Use forms appearing weekly in The
Alligator. Sorry, no cash by mail. MC,
Visa or checks-only.
By Phone: (352) 373-FIND
Payment by Visa or MasterCard ONLY.
M F, 8am 4pm
By Fax: (352) 376-4556


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but there can be no refunds or credits
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3 Sublease 8 Electronics 13 Warited 18 Personals -' .,.. 'Z,"
4 iRoop imates.. 9 Bicydes .. .. 14,: Help, W noted ; 19,.Connections .. 2.,: ,;..-. .Z4 P.els.; "- .
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not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. All employment opportunities advertised herein are subject to the laws which prohibit discrimina-
tion in employment (barring legal exceptions) because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, familial status, age, or any other covered status. This newspaper assumes no responsibility for injury or loss arising from contacts made through the type of advertising that
is .kow as "personal" or "connections" whether or not they actually appear under those classifications. We suggest that any reader who responds to that type of advertising use caution and investigate the sincerity of the advertiser before giving out personal information. Although this
newspaper uses great care in accepting or rejecting advertising according to its suitability, we cannot verify that all advertising claims or offers are completely valid in every case and, therefore, cannot assume any responsibility for any.injury or loss arising from offers and acceptance of
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2005 E ALLIGATOR, 19


SuusFor hnend


LIVE STUDY *-PLAY
Luxury 3BR/3BATownhomes
Free Cable w/ HBO/Sho, Tan, 24 hr gym,
Aerobics, W/D, Gated, Pet Friendly, Alarms
*The Laurels, 335-4455*
*Sign today & save over $1050*
12-7-72-2

HUGE 1BR! Move-in Today
Tennis, b-ball, pool, alarm
Pinetreegardens.com
376-4002, open wknds
call about specials 12-7-72-2

You can't go wrong with FREE
FREE Rent, FREE UF Parking FREE W/D
2BR/1.5BAtownhome$669
Alarms, pets welcome, move-in today!
www.SpanishTrace.org 373-1111
12-7-72-2

**2/2 TWHN Avail. Now!**
* 1.9 mi to UF~W/D*Garages
* Free Cable w/HBO & Showtime
* Free Tanning-Comp. Lab
SPets welcome-Private dog park
* Luxury Living 377-2801
12-7-72-2

"1BR& 2BR BEAUTIFUL**
NEW kitchen, tile, carpet, paint
3BR/2BA Flats 00 $735/mo
2BR/2BA Flats 00 $695/mo
2BR- over 1100 sq ft ** $695/ mo
1 BR-over 800 sq ft 0* $599/mo
Close to UF, beautiful, quiet
High-speed wireless internet '
$300 off deposit 0 376-2507
12-7-72-2

WANT THINGS FREE?
FREE CABLE*FREE INTERNET
RENT REBATE FOR FALL
HUGE THREE BEDROOM!
CALL TODAY! 372-8100
12-7-72-2

Champagne Living for a Beer Budgetl
3/3 for $385/bdrm or 4/4 for $370/bdrm
includes cable w/HBO & SHOWTIME
Water & Sewer, W/D, Gym, Tanning
Now & Fall The Landings 336-3838
12-7-72-2

NEWLY RENOVATED
Affordable, Quiet living
HUGE 1&2BR* Pool
Skylights 1.5 miles to UF
Furn Avail 377-7401*
12-7-72-2

*Luxury Living/Walk to UF*
$679
1 BR, Private Patios, Alarm, Pets OK.
Huge Bedrooms Walk-in Closets.
Next to Sorority Row
Office: 1216 SW 2nd AVE Call 372-7111
12-7-72-2

DEAL OF A LIFETIMEI!
3BR/3BA ONLY $365/PERSON
FREE cable w/HBO/SHOWTIME, Alarm
Gated* 24 hr gym* FREE Tanning* Close to
UF Leasing for NOW and FALL 377-2777
12-7-72-2

ENORMOUS 3BR
Avail for Current and Fall
Pool*Tennis Cts*1.5 Mi 2 UF
Ind lease, Furn & Util Avail
Great Specials*377-7401 12-7-72-2

INDIVIDUAL LEASES AVAILABLE
NOWAND FALL SEASON
Convenient UF access
$325 to $575
Action Real Estate Services
352-331-1233 12-7-72-2

Available Summer & Fall
Studios & 1BRs $350 to $750
2BRs & 3BRs $425 to $850
Gore-Rabell Real Estate, Inc.
378-1387 www.gore-rabell.com
12-7-72-2

DUCKPOND
Historic house, lots of charm. Hardwood firs.
Blocks to downtown. Studio $400/mo. 1BR
$500/mo. 306 NE 6th St 338-0803, 379-4952
8-30-30-2

Historic Apartments. Ceiling fans, hardwood
floors, high ceilings, some w/fireplaces, SE
Historic District. 1, 2 & 3 BR w/water, sewer
$475/mo. 1st, last, security. No dogs please.
378-3704 9-15-15-2


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University Terrace Gainesville
University Terrace West
9 Month Individual Leases
W/D, Pool & Utilities $325-$350/mo.
Union Properties 373-7578
www.rentgainesville.com
12-7-725-2

1 & 2 BRs Avail August!
1BR $439- 2BR $539
*August FREE *
Pine Rush Apts 375-1519
12-7-72-2

1 BIG ENOUGH FOR 2!
1/1 flat 750 sq ft. Porch/balcony. Monitored
alarm. Friendly community. Pool*tennis*bbal
l*racquetball*FREE gym* no pet restrictions.
332-7401 12-7-72-2

6 BLOCKS FROM UF. New owners. Aug
Free 4BR/2BA duplexes. All appliances incl.
DW, W/D. Cent heat/AC. New ceramic tile &
carpet. Approx 1300 sq ft. $1000/mo. Call
Carol at 377-3852 or dalyproperties.con
9-8-28-2

Looking for a home? We have the
LARGEST selection of single family rent-
als in Gainesville. With over 100 properties
currently available, we're sure to have some-
thing to fit'your style and budget. Visit our
website at www.edbaurmanagement.com,
or call us to find your new home today 352-
375-7104 ex 2.


SEdBaur

._.j Management Inc.

12-7-72-2

*UPPER CLASS Students*
Perfect place to study!
FREE cable w/ HBO/Show
FREE GARAGE*ALARM*WD
Gated entry*Computer lab
Wireless poolside*FREE Tanning
1,2&3brs**338-0003
12-7-72-2

2BR 1BA Apts. $500-525/Mo
5 Blks to UF! 840 Sq. Ft.
829 SW 5th Avenue, St. Croix Apts, Central
H & Air, Inclds Wtr, Swg, Pst Ctrl, Garbage.
Call Merrill Management Inc. 372-1494 8-
25-14-2

Close to UF Law School
3BR 1BA Home $900/Mo.
Wood Floors, Central H &Air
303 NW 36th Drive. Call Merrill
Management Inc. 372-1494 8-25-14-2

Close to UF & Butler Plaza on bus rte
2BR/1BA duplex w/huge fenced backyard.
$630/mo 3829 SW 37th St. Avail 8/1 352-
371-5805 9-1-19-2

*Huge 111 w/Balcony*
Walk to class
Next to sorority row
Oversized: Br, Ba, Closet,
& Kitchen
Want to take a look call 372-7111
12-7-72-2

VILLAGE LOFTAPTS.
1BR LOFT APTS. 650 &750 sq ft. Starting
@ $490 mo. Quiet, wooded setting. FREE
monitored alarm system. 6400 SW 20th Ave.
Call 332-0720 8-31-17-2

0**3 BLOCKS TO UF!000
120 NW 10th St. *** Historic 3BR, remod-
eled kitchen & bath, lofts, porch, W/D, cent
H/AC $975 neg Ed Baur Mgmt 375-7104
9-2-15-2

1 MONTH FREE! 2BR 2BA house,
Pets considered, fenced yard, w/d
Hookups, $800/rent, 11805 SE CR 234
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 8-26-10-2

1 MONTH FREE RENT! 2BR
2BAs remaining in 4BR apt, indiv. leases,
furnished rooms, $425/room
4000 SW 23rd Atreet #6-305
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525,
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 8-26-10-2


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GREAT 4BR HOUSE 2 master
BRS, fireplace, lawn svc, w/d hookups,
$1200/rent, 917 NW40th Drive
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingotnRealEstate.com 8-26-10-2

CHEAP RENT! 3BR 1BA house
CH/AC, large kitchen, w/d hookups,
$625/rent, 503 A NW 19th Lane
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 8-26-10-2


FALL & SUMMER ARE HERE
Contact us for a complete listing
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
8-26-10-2

$500 OFF 1st MONTHI Downtown 4BR 2BA
house w/Living & family rooms, fireplace,
parquet.floors, washer/dryer, $1050/rent
1525 NE 6th Terrace
Carl Turlington Real Estate, inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 8-26-10-2

$895 4BR-w/POOL. Older, remodeled 4/2
house. Close to UF & SFCC. Pvt, fenced
yard. W/D, satellite, possible pets, partly
furn. On bus line. No cash dep for students
w/good credit. Zoned MF Legal for 4 room-
matesLease 371-9409 8-31-13-2

1BR GREAT VALUE!
ONLY $449/mos $150 Deposit
CLOSE TO CAMPUS
THE WOODS 0 375-3077
8-31-13-2

k 2BR ONLY $579- *
AUGUST FREE *
$185 Moves You In *
Homestead Apts 376-0828 *
8-31-13-2

3BR ONLY $679!
0 $185 Moves You In O
Georgetown Apts.
NW location- 378-1755
8-31-13-2

STUDIOS $419
Walk to a movie @ Butler Plaza 0
Includes water/sewer 0
Sundowne Apartments 377-2596
8-31-13-2

*2/1 ONLY $519
*August Free *
W/D hook-up *
Beval Apts 0 372-4835 .
8-31-13-2

1 & 2 bed cottages & apts. $4251month.
Historical downtown! w/d hookups,
porches, great size! Cute! Must see!
Photos @ www.rentalworkshop.com 352-
870-0904, 318-4553 8-26-9-2

In gated Plantation Oaks. 2BR/2BA, 2 car
garage, screened in porch. Many luxury &
energy-saving features. $800/mo 386-462-
.3066 8-25-8-2

2 bd/2ba, NW area, Central H & A/C, ceiling
fan, dish washer, W&D, 2 car garage, fenced
back yard. Close to Oaks Mall and North
Regional. Ready for Aug. lease. $860. No
section 8. Call 352-375-6754 9-30-33-2

3bd/ 2ba, NW area. Clean and spacious.
Fenced back yard. Central H & A/C. Ceiling
fans. W/D hookups. Car port. Close to law
school. Ready for Aug. lease. Call 352-375-
6754. No section 8. 9-30-33-2

Lovely remodeled NW 3BR/2BA,,washer/
dryer, dbl garage, den, pet friendly, fenced
yard. $1300 edbaurmanagement.com 375-
.7104 ex 2.12-7-72-2

Colonial Oaks SW 2BR/1.5BA, minutes
from shopping/UF, washer/dryer/screen
porches. $550 edbaurmanagement.com
375-7104 ex 2. 12-7-72-2

Spacious NW 3BR/2BA minutes from UF,
wood floors, den with fireplace, large back
patio, great for barbeques, washer/dryer.
$1200 edbaurmanagement.com 375-7104
ex 2.12-7-72-2

CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN! Cute 3BR,
Wood floors, fireplace, workshop, covered
Patio, $750/rent, 914 NE 11th Avenue
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 8-26-8-2


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GREAT NW LOCATION! 3 BR 2 BA,
SLiving & family rooms, carport,
W/D hookups, pets considered, $850/rent
1901 NW 38th Terrace
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 8-26-8-2


Student rental avail Aug. 1st. NW near The
Girls Club. 4BR/3BA $1100/mo. Pets ok. 0
3BR/2BA Sorento Clubhouse- Community,
avail 9/1. $1100/mo. 0 Call 318-3721 8-
30-10-2

Law grad students unfurn 2BR/1BA. Cent
AC. 1 blk from law school & Wilberts 17 SW
24th St. Dwn. Frt. Now $1200/mo. 1st, last,
sec dep. One pet. 338-3244 wk, 468-2638
home. Warner Strickland 8-30-9-2

SOOBEAUTIFUL 2BRAPARTMENTS000
Close to UF & Shopping, Avail. now. In Mill
Run & Brandywine, Ask about Summer
Specials, Call 665-4106 Today. 8-31-9-2

Downtown Historical House 5 Bed 2.5 Bath.
Huge rooms Hardwood New tile in baths
- Off st parking, sec system NW 2nd Ave.
$1600. Call 305-527-9315 Avail August.
8-25-5-2

1 BR/1 BA clean/spacious 750 sq ft apt. 5 min
walk to UF/Shands. Pets negotiable.$440/
mo 1st, last, dep req'd. Call 352-373-9893.
Available August. 8-25-5-2

3br/2ba, large kitchen, big lot, just minutes
from campus, nice quiet area. $700-$750/
month. 538-6194; 378-7518 8-25-5-2

Greenleaf 2BR/1BA $600/mo + dep. refs
req'd. Central H/AC. all appliances incl. 378-
3943/331-1414. No pets. 9-1-10-2

QUIET LOCATION! 1BR 1 BA condo,
New carpet & ceramic tile, washer/dryer,
$550/rent, 1923 NW 23rd Blvd. #101
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 272-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 8-26-6-2

******** WALK TO UF ********
2Bed/Bath Apt in older house next to Univ.
Ave. & 7th Terr. Pets ok, utilities included!
$575/mo. Greg 214-3291 Others too. 8-
31-9-2

3BR/3BA COUNTRYSIDE APT.
Close to UF on bus rt. W/D, utils, cable w/
HBO,DSL incl. $400/rm/mo. No dep. Female
only. NS. 954-680-0918, 954-328-2021 9-
30-24-2

Available Now! Nice 1BR/1BA apt. Close to
UF & convenient to everything. $335/mo.
Call Richard @ 371-4367. 8-26-5-2

"SERIOUS STUDENT DISCOUNT"
See & ask a nice 2/2 condo vaulted ceil-
ings, screened patio, laundry room, *
Non smokers/no pets, private yard. Call after
11am 374-4216 $600/mo. 8-31-8-2

Need to fill 1 room in a 3/3. furnished com-
mon area incl big screen TV. $440/mo plus
elec. Incl internet and cable. Pets welcome.
Call John 727-504-1826 8-26-5-2 .

Male student seeking roommate for 2/1 home
in SW Gville $325/mo + 1/3 utils. $325 sec
dep. 1-yr lease. No pets. Call 813-645-8472
or 352-225-1823 for more info. 8-26-5-2

2BR home in great condition. CH/A, W/D
hook-ups, small backyard. $650/mo. 1023
NW 30th Ave. 215-8815. 8-26-5-2

Duplex near Duckpond. 2BR/1BA. Large lot,
very clean, with carport, W/D included. $600.
Available immediately. Jeffrey 246-5801,
929-931 NE 6th Ave. 9-2-9-2

Village West Apartments
800 NW 18th Ave
1BR/1 BA $460-$520/mo.
Ask about UF Parking Decal
Union Properties 373-7578
www.rentgainesville.com
12-7-72-2

Bel-Aire Apartments
636 NW 26th Ave.
1or 2 BRs $535-$625/mo
Ask about UF Prarking Decal
Union Properties 373-7578
wwww.rentgainesville.com
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WALK TO CLASS
3/2 House 3 blks from stadium
A/C heat, ceiling fans, large rms, screen
porch, no pets. 494-4860 ,$1400/mo 8-
29-5-2

2 units in large country home. 3 acres, huge
oak trees, bike or bus to UF & Shands.
Efficiency w/hdwd floors $400/mo. Lg 1BR
fully carpeted $650/mo. Garbage, water &
cable incl. Share utils. 376-6886, 262-0642
8-26-4-2

*BRANDYWINE CONDO*
2/1 ground floor, newly renovated$525
(12 mo), $575 (9 mo). H20 incl. Avail. 15
Aug. Rick 407-841-3040. 9-6-10-2

2BR/2BA condo. Clubhouse facilities includ-
ing pool. $850/mo + deposit. 352-347-6642,
352-288-2660 8-29-5-2

Two rooms for rent in three bedroom house.
W/D, garage, kitchen, nice neighborhood,
close to bus stop. Call Jake at 256-9011
8-29-5-2

BLOCKS TO UF! Spacious 3BR 2BA, Bonus
room, Wood floors, fireplace, lawn svc,
ESreen porch, w/d hookups, $1475/rent
1741 NW 6th Avenue
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtoriRealEstate.com 8-26-4-2

BIKING DIST TO UF! 3 BR 2 BA,
Parquet floors, carport, screen
porch, w/d hookups, $875/rent
600 NW 36th Drive
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 8-26-4-2

1 MONTH FREE! 2 BR 1.5 BATH,
W/d hookups, breakfast bar, $475/rent
5320-B NW 20th Court
Carl Turlington Rear Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 8-26-4-2

1 BR/1 BA condo close to UF
New appliances. Call 352-213-3943. 8-29-
5-2

3/2 PARTY HOUSEAVAILABLE
NOW. 904-710-3050
9-30-28-2

Newly renovated 1BR/1BA apt, attachedto
home. 1 mile to UF. W/D, efficiency kitchen,
pets OK, $450/mo. incl utils Call 904-386-
3449 or stop by 27 NW 36th Terr. 8-31-7-2

2 bed/1 bath condo for rent $650.00 per
month. On 10-minute bus route, small pets
OK. Call Stacey 352-256-6361. 9-21-20-2

Mill Run condo, very nice. 2/2. Close to UF,
1000 sq ft, W/D hkups, ceramic tile. Great
deal @ $625/mo in such a great location.
Call Sergio @328-1459 9-7-10-2

PET'S PARADISE No app or pet fee. 2BR
handicapped equipped, .CHA, W/D hkups,
privacy fence. 6009 NW 23rd Terr. $425/mo
352-331-2099 8-30-5-2

HOME OR OFFICE
3 and 1.5 NW area Close to banks, busi-
nesses and shopping centers. Central Ht and
A/C. Private driveway and space for parking.
Call 352-375-6754. No section 8. 9-30-27-2

FREE MONTH'S RENT
2BR/2.5BA townhome. New tile, carpet &
paint. W/D, sec system, 1.5 mi to UF in NW.
$750/mo (pets ok) Available immediately.
Call 352-219-6340 9-16-15-2

AUGUST FREE!
3BR/1BA- 1 block to UF
1227 SW 4th Ave. Central H/AC, fresh paint,
newly refinished wood firs, spotless, private.
$1075/mo. 352-331-0590, 514-5060 cell
8-25-1-2

FREE RENT!
Brighton Park 2/2 TH with W/D. Quief'stu-
dent community w/pool, close to campus.
Rent $825/mo. Security $700. Call 318-3194
Iv. msg. 9-2-7-2

**10 BLOCKS TO UF**
Quaint 1BR apt in historic Victorian house.
Wood floors, A/C, heat, fans, $450/mo. 376-
2184. 225 SW 3rd Ave. Pets ok. 8-31-5-2


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U 1 unfurnished

1BR for relet in 4BR/4BA apt w/3 female
roommates @ The Estates. Less than 1 mile
to campus. Furnished. $490/mo. Call 423-
878-3545. 8-31-5-2

**WALK TO UF**
3/2 W/D ceiling fans large
living area 1402 NW 6th PI
$1050 Call 904-631-0292
8-31-5-2
DUCKPOND AREA: 1BR in 3BR house
w/living & dining rm, kitchen, garage, front
& backyards. $300/mo + util. 352-256-3800
8-25-1-2

Walk to UF. 2/2 $800/mo incl w, s, pest,
W/D, newly renovated 871-1365 Iv. msg.
8-31-10-2

TWO GREAT MOUSES LEFT!
1801 NW 38th Dr, 3/2 $945
1915 NW 38th Terr, 3/2 $895
2 mi to UF, walk to Publix.
377-5988 or 352-514-1257 9-9-11-2

828 NW 11th Ave. Cute & Clean! 2BR/2BA,
wood floors, spacious interior, W/D, screen
porches. $900/mo
Campus Realty 692-3800 9-8-10-2

3912 SW 37th St. 3BR
Great location, wood floors, newly painted,
off-street parking $900/mo
Campus Realty 692-3800 9-8-10-2

907 NW11thAve.
4BR/2.5BA, wood floors, W/D, spacious inte-
rior, large yard. $1200/mo
Campus Realty 692-3800 9-8-10-2

NEW &AFFORDABLE!
Remodeled 3/1 house in nice NW area near
UF. New: kitchen/bonus rm, bath, tile/carpet,
appliances, W/D. CentralAC, big yard. $900/
mo 305-297-4827 9-15-15-2

Have Roommates?
4/BR/2BA House $950
3BR/2BA in FL park w/lawn svc $1500
3BR.1,5/BA in SE $650
3BR/1 BA duplex downtown $600.
Mitchell Realty 374-8579 x 1 9-16-16-2

Close to Campus
Available new, 2BR/1BA apt.
$475
Mitchell Realty 374-8579 x 1 9-16-16-2

4 BLOCKS TO CAMPUS
2BR/2BA apts 110 NW9th Terr. Sec system,
W/D, high ceilings, energy efficient, good
parking pets ok $700/mo Mitchell Realty
374-8579 9-16-16-2

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 12-7-71-2

Amazingly Affordable! HUGE 650 sq ft 1BR
1000 sq ft 2BR Townhouses & Flats
Discounted Rates Starting @ $380 & $480
Close to Santa Fe, UF & 1-75 332-5070 12-
7-71-2

4BR/3BA unfurnished house near campus,
fenced backyard, new carpet, washer, dryer,
$1050/mo 321-624-6417 Available immedi-
ately, rent starts Sept 1st. 9-8-10-2

Homes near UF!
3BR/2BA, wd firs, 2635 W. University Ave.
3BR/2BA, wd firs, 1141 SW9th Rd.
Starting at $1.150/mo
Union Properties 373-7578 9-9-11-2

Close to UF! Great bus line. Treehouse
Village SE 16th Ave. 2/2- all new appliances.
$650/mo 9 month lease available. 904-272-
6965 or 904-477-5105 8-31-5-2

4/3 & 3/2 HOUSES Walking distance to UF.
Newly remodeled. W/D, carport and huge
yard. Call 352-283-2828. 9-9-11-2

2BR/2.5BA in luxury townhouse. Amazing lo-
catf6n on Sorority Row. Available ASAP. Call
for more info 352-870-8902 8-31-5-2

1 BR/1 BA POSH, DOWNTOWN APT. in heart
of Gainesville night life. Wood floors, fire-
place, pets okay. Call 305-778-4856 before
too late! 8-31-5-2

BRADISSEN PLACE -Brand new construc-
tion. Large 2BR/2BA condo. W/D, patio area.
Close to Archer Rd & UF. $850/mo. 3 avail-
abl2. On UF bus route. 332-0841, 317-5060
8-31-5-2


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LARGE YARD W/CANOPY OAKS! 3BR/
1.5BA w/washer/dryer, central air, hardwood
floors, close to UF, $975/mo, 1115 NW 14
Ave, call 514-0518 9-8-10-2


*711 NW 8th St.*
2/1 close to UF/Downtown. New interior,
clawfoot tub $600/mo Drive by. Call 352-332-
1939 8-31-5-2

1/1 CONDO 4 BLOCKS to UF
Near HSC, sorority row. Brand new kitchen,
tile firs, patio, cent AC,Off-str parking, $600/
mo incl water, swr, garbage
1st, last, sec. Avail now. 352-222-6344 9-
9-11-2

HOUSES FOR RENT
2BR/1BA & 1BR/1BA $700 & $550. In private
wooded cul-de-sac near downtown. W/D incl
120 & 125 SE 10th St. Call Peter 316-6667
8-31-5-2

HATE YOUR ROOMMATES?
WALK TO SCHOOL 1BR/1BA apt. $540/mo
Call 443-223-9801 8-30-4-2

ACROSS FROM O-DOME
Lg 4Br/3BA house, many amenities. $1600/
mo no pets. K&M Properties 352-372-1509
9-1-6-2

Charming 2BR/1BA cottage w/sunroom.
Large yard, alarm, new bath, 10 min from
UF in quiet neighborhood. $800/mo 1st, last,
security 481-5545, Iv message. 9-1-6-2

For Rent $425 + util. 2BR in 4BR huge
house, close to UF and Santa Fe. W/D, two
car garage. Available for fall & spring. Call
352-213-0486 8-31-5-2

1BR condo, 3 min from campus, spacious,
new carpet and appliances, balcony, safe
area, 4 month lease w/option to extend,
availalbe new.. $505/mo + deposit 352-502-
2458 8-31-5-2

Walk to class! 550 sq ft. 1BR/1BA. $395/mo,
3 blocks across from the stadium! Pets wel-
come! Available immediately. Call 352-283-
0595. Private parking. 8-26-2-2

Pets free, 2BR/1.5BA Townhouse near
UF and Shands. Fenced yard, deck, dish-
washer, W/D, Central Heat/AC, beautiful
tile, $750/mo. Available now. Call Shannon
258-2857. 9-8-10-2

House for rent 3BR/1BA
New cent. heat/air. Close to UF & Downtown.
502 NW 2nd Ave. New paint, cabinets, gas
stove, DW. $800/mo 1st+last. 352-219-3904.
8-31-5-2

Unfurnished Room for Rent: 1BR/1BA.
Internet, full kitchen, Wash/Dry. $300 + 1/4
util. 1126 NW 16th'Ave. 352-373-2595. 8-
31-5-2

NW 39th Ave. Nice 2BR/2BA + loft. With
Wood Laminate floor 0 Lg., open, bright.
Light carpet Good neighborhood, conve-
nient 0 Patio, gate, trees 0 $590-$610 0
Call 373-8310. 8-29-3-2

*3BR/2BA ON 2-ACRES*
near sfcc/hfl.regional 2 mi to UF. 2000 NW
63 Terr. $1200/mo, wd flors, cent h/a, util rm
w W/D, dishwasher *352-316-3524*No Pets
8-31-5-2


Subleases


Female for 1BR/1BA in 2BR/2.5BA town-
house. Behind sorority row. Short walk to
campus. Avail ASAP. Price NEGOTIABLE.
Call 352-870-8902 8-31-37-3

Apt for Sublease.
2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1100 sq. ft. dswhr, A/C,
W/D. Call Melissa 378-5993 9-2-11-3

1st MONTH FREE. 1BR/1BA Apt. Sunrise
Apt. Free Deposit. $449/mo. Aug 1, 05 to
July 31, 06. On route 9, 35. Near UF & Butler.
Call 328-6111. 8-25-5-3

Luxury apt. Available immediately. 3BR/3BA
$1200/mo + $25/dog. 4700 SW Archer Rd.
W/D, pool, gym. Looking for someone to
take over lease. 1st m6nth + deposit free.
Call 373-7736 9-2-9-3


U|| Subleases t 5 |'oommates';-.


University Terrace on SW 34th St. 4br/4ba
Apt. $325/month. Close to UF with 2 bus
routes. No security deposit required. Call
(617)970-5400. 8-29-5-3


! AVAILABLE NOW I I
All inclusive sublease for female
$480/mo OBO @ Gainesville Place
Contact Amanda 727-637-7077. 9-1-7-3

APT FOR SUBLEASE
$405/mo. Avail Sept. 1. Pest control free.
Adanna 328-5913 8-30-5-3

1ST MO $100 OFF & NO SEC DEP
Female only. Furn Melrose 4BR/4BA apt
avail 8/21/05-8/7/06. $419/mo. DW, micro-
wave, W/D. Great amenities! Call 800-361-
1776 or 813-997-0023 8-31-5-3

Sublease now
1/1 loft in Bridgelight.
$525/mo, no deposit!
Pets welcome, pool, laundry.
Call 352-494-6253 or 386-212-6673 8-31-
5-3

2 FREE MONTHS
Cambridge Apts Sublease. NO deposit.
Large pets welcome. Can email pics. Call
Kelly 352-283-3359 8-321-5-3

LARGE 1 BR APT 732 sq ft. Near UF. On bus
line. Pool, exercise room $520/mo. August
Rent Free & No Dep. Call 919-423-3895
8-29-3-3

DOWNTOWN 1BR apt Arlington Square.
Furn or unfurn. Sublet thru 12/31/05. Opt
to renew. $600/mo. Call 813-765-9009 8-
31-5-3

2BR/2.5BA Arbor East townhouse $655/mo
tile floors extra storage close to UF, Shands
& shopping 1st month free 1002 sq ft pets
welcome. Call 373-1828. 8-31-5-3

1BR Unfurnished 1 yr. lease at Oxford Manor
end-unit must go! BELOW LEASE $. Call
904-739-7455 or 386-328-9876. 9-8-10-3


a Roommates


Roommate Matching HERE
Oxford.Manor 377-2777
The Landings 336-3838
The Laurels 335-4455
Cobblestone 377-2801
Hidden Lake 374-3866
12-7-72-4


Female roommate for one/two female UF
students. Quiet. Responsible. 60 second
walk to UF. Old house charm with all ameni-
ties. Avail Now. $400 up. 352-538-2181.Lv
message. Private Owner12-7-72-4

M/F roommate wanted for 2/1 apt. Lg bed-
rooms, cable, hi speed internet. $350/mo.
Call William at 514-9320. Walking distance
to stadium. Still available 9-2-20-4

1 male roommate needed serious students
to share 3BR/2BA house. Located South of
UF on Williston Rd. W/D, cable, wireless
DSL. $395/mo + 1/3 utils. Call 258-9116
9-14-27-4

$195 small room. Great house, great room-.
mates. Close to UF. W/D, dsl. Possible pets.
Lease. ALSO Large room $250/mo No cash
dep for UF & SFCC stdt w/good credit. Call
371-9409 8-31-18-4

Unfurn BR for rent in brand new, spacious
condo w/2 F, UF students. NW 55th St. Call
Lisa for details @ 352-514-1763. 8-31-15-4

$325 + 1/4 util. Private bath, walk-in
closet, w/d, balcony, pool, & bus to
UF. University Terrace & very nice!
www.rentalworkshop.com. See photos.
318-4553 870-0904 8-26-9-4

1BR in 3BR/3BA HOUSE in lovely Palmetto
Woods. One or two female roommates
desired. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Call
Melissa 352-870-0294, or Michael 954-673-
5313 or 305 627-7184 8-26-8-4

Seeking roommate to share huge 3/2 house
offTower Rd and Newberry $500 + $200 dep.
Avail now Call Al 352-258-4751 8-31-11-4


F NS grad/prof needed for 1BR in BRAND
NEW 2/2 condo.-2 mi to UF on bus rte. W/D.
$475 + 1/2 util/mo. Common area furnished,
tile firs. 904-386-6485 or apena13@ufl.edu
9-7-15-4

Grad or sr. femaless. Fall term, 4/3. Pool,
cable, internet, on bus route, $400. Near
Wal-Mart. Call 352-262-2362. 8-26-7-4

Furnished room in 3BR/3BAapt @ Spyglass.
Available Aug '05. $490/mo includes all.
imangani@katamail.com 8-25-5-4

24 yr old male looking for M/F roommate.
Big 2BR/2BA Stoneridge Apt. Avail now.
$340/mo + 1/2 utils. Call Mike 352-870-
7197 8-29-7-4

1 rm available in 3/3 Rockwood Villas Condo.
$360/mo + 1/3 util. One yr lease required.
Pool, tennis cts, volleyball, no tow parking,
W/D screened porch. Call 786-210-8103 or
theoneandonlyant@aol.com 8-26-6-4

Female roommate(s) age 20-24 newly reno-
vated large home 4BR/2BA, deck, hottub, 1/
2 mi from Campus Lodge. Covered carport,
$500/mo incl utils. No smoking. 352-516-
1940 taylorz@ufl.edu. 8-25-5-4

ROOMMATE WANTED for 2BR apt.
Detached bath. 307 SW 16th Ave. $305/mo
+ 1/2 utils & cable. Call Adam at 219-2433
8-31-9-4

Ready NOW!
M/F Nonsmk & clean to share 2/1.5 twnhs
w/ 20yr pre-vet M. No cats pis. W/D, DW, full
kitchen, tile, pool. SW 20th Ave. $350 + 1/2
utils. 352-871-7460. 8-31-9-4 -

Roommmate wanted for 2BR/1BA house,
6 blocks from campus. $275/mo + 1/2. util,
deposit. Call Alex 352-682-6691 for details.
8-25-4-4

Single UF mom w/toddler seeks F roommate
for 1BR in 3/1, 3 blks from UF. $400/mo incl
all util. Call 352-377-9394 Iv message. Avail
Sept 2nd. 8-31-8-4

Female only, NS, no pets. 1BR/1BA in
2BR/2BA condo w/walk-in closet. University
Commons West off Old Archer Rd. Term
of lease negotiable. $350/mo + 1/2 utils &
maint fee. Contact Kristine 904-755-6595
8-29-6-4


2nd Grad student or upper class roommate
needed for 3BR/2BA house. 1BR always va-
cant. $375/mo + 1/2 util. 6 mo min lease. Full
or partially furnished. No pets. 239-707-4113
or 352-377-4011 8-26-5-4


Room for rent in a bright 2/1 apt. on 2nd fir.
Only $280/mo + 1/2 electric. Pool, laundry, &
gym. Close to UF! Avail 8 Aug. Call 407-922-
0029 8-26-5-4

Quiet furn. room, NS. Fully equipped kitchen,
pots, pans, dishes, linens too. W/D, TV,
$350/mo incl utils. On bus rt #75. Call Betty
372-1191. 8-25-4-4

BRAND NEW CONDO Oxford Terrace
Just biks from Sorority Row. Only 1 room
left in a 4/4. M or F stdnt for this fully furn.
condo. $550/mo incl utils, hi-spd i-net, WI
D. NS, no pets. Avail now. 407-774-7176.
8-26-5-4

Room in quiet neighborhood $550/mo, furn/
unfurn incl hi-spd TV, elec & phone. Big deck
w/enclosed hottub. No pets. Must like dogs.
Call 352-337-9337 8-30-6-4


Grad or serious student F to share 3BR/3BA
apt w/walk-in closets, W/D & more. Rent incl
cable, high speed internet, util. Call Sarah
352-217-2921 8-26-4-4

Roommate needed for 2/1. M/F quiet. Rent
$350/mo +.1/2 utilities hi speed internet.
Southfork condos. No pets. Avail now. Call
Sergei at 246-1775. 9-6-10-4

$250/mo + 1/3 utils
3BR/2BA for F at Boardwalk. Close to UF on
bus rte, Ig pool, tennis cts, fitness rm, dsl,
cable & internet. 1 yr lease. Mike 352-316-
6219 or ffmike2508@aol.com 9-8-12-4

Rockwood Villas 1BR/1 BA avail in 3/3 condo.
$400/mo + utils. Close to campus & on bus
route.'Call Karly at 352-514-1617 leave mes-
sage. 8-29-5-4

Room in nice, quiet NW home. $375/mo in-
cludes utilities, cable, phone, DSL, and W/D.
258-4701 8-31-7-4

1BR/1BA available in 3/2 mobile home on
bus line. $300/mo + 1/2 utilities. Call 352-
262-6930 9-2-9-4

WALK/BIKE 2 BLOCKS TO UF!
2 Female roommates to share brand new
4/4 luxury condo near Sorority Row. Includes
W/D, All util. & internet. $575/mo and August
free! Call Rebecca (850) 265-5237. 8-25-3-4

F. Roommates Wanted! Countryside @ Univ.
2 rooms left. Furn: bed, desk, common ar-
eas, W/D. Utils, i-net, basic cable, phone incl.
queenyb@ufl.edu or mstarksl@cfl.rr.com or
Baechle (Bake-Lee) (407)463-6535. 8-31-
7-4


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LIVE NEAR UF. Looking for 3rd roommate,
3BR/2BA, next to bus stop. $230/mo + 1/3
util. 352-871-4459 or vm1757@yahoo.com.
NS only. 8-29-5-4

Share 2BR/2BA Mobile Home. Clayton Est.
$150 dep, $275/mo 1/2 GRU ph/cab & satt.
incl. Will trade rent 4 work 4 minor home
improve. Near shop, bus, Oaks Mall. Caged
pets ok. Police clear req. 333-2444 Donna
8-31-7-4

HUGE HOUSE 2 female roommates need-
ed. $420/mo incl everything. 2 miles from
Campus. Call 352-262-0383. 8-31-7-4

Female roommate wanted for Oak Forest
Apts. 2BR/1.5BA townhouse. Pet friendly,
pool & laundry facilities, bball, tennis court.
S$300/mo. Call Felisha 352-284-1114. 8-25-
3-4

M/F roommate for 2 rooms in 3/2 house.
$450/month everything included. W/D, cable.
internet, completely furnished. Call Jen at
561-723-7621.8-29-5-4

Quiet female roommate wanted to share
a 3/1 house with another female. 1/2 util.
W/D, cable, also have ADT security alarm.
$325/mo. Very quiet neighborhood. 481-
0209. 8-29-5-4

FURN. BR w/ bath avail ASAP on 2nd story
of big home w/ pool, privacy, beautiful neigh-
borhood, 2 roomies downstairs, mo. to mo.,
off-street parking, $500 incl. Call 372-8572.
8-30-5-4

Rental to share w/ male roommate. 6 mi.
From UF. 2BR/2BA condo in nice complex.
Avail immediately. 2nd floor, privacy. $450/
mo incl utils, W/D. References required. Call
941-232-9940.9-7-10-4

S2 rooms in house for rent. $400/mo each
incl. utils + phone. $100 deposit. Avail now.
Near Duckpond area. W/D, DW, cent H/AC,
furnished common areas. Pets ok. 904-829-
1082, 904-797-5487(eve.), 352-338-0562.
8-30-5-4

Male UF student seeks roommate for 2BR/
:" 1BA house. Bike or bus to UF. Yard service,
W/D, A/C. $325/mo + dep, split utils. 1908
SW Williston Rd. Call 813-625-2843. 8-
i 30-5-4

1 male wanted to rent room in nice clean
3BR/2BA house 4 miles to campus $350-
375/mo + 1/3 util. Call Ryan 850-261-3571
9-7-10-4


3rd ROOMMATE NEEDED furn 3/2 home
on 39th Ave. Resp & clean M/F share w/2
guys. Digital cable, wireless net, W/D. $400/
mo + 1/3 utils. Call 561-951-3654 9-7-10-4

$240 Fem student to share nice, older
3BR HOUSE w/2 others. Close to UF &
Downtown. Possible pet. No cash dep for
student w/good credit. Lease. 371-9409
8-31-6-4

2 roommates needed, M or F, to share a
great 4/1 house with 2 easy-going female UF
students. Off University Ave, 5 min walk to
.campus, wood floors, W/D, porch. $275/mo
+ 1/4 util. 352-359-3044 or rachba@ufl.edu
9-7-10-4

Roommate for Ig 3BR/2BA house 2-car ga-
rage, Millhopper area, upscale community,
pool, tennis, clubhouse. House is 2-yrs new
& in immaculate condition. Prefer serious/
grad student. $475/mo incl all utils. 222-0211
8-26-3-4

Spacious 1BR avail in 3BR/2BA house. All
utils incl + wireless hi-spd internet svc. Off
bus rt. $525/mo. Available immediately. Call
352-283-2005 9-7-10-4

1BR w/own bath, brand new, pool, tennis
court, wk/out center, gated, 10 min from UF,
1 yr lease, female non-smoker, $400/mo + 1/
2 utilities. Call Jill @ 803-466-8586 8-31-5-4

Roommate wanted; responsible female grad/
prof, share Ig house w/retired lady, NW, 2 min
SFCC/Publix, quiet n/hood, all utilities, $450,
372-5634, Iv mess. 9-8-10-4

3BR/2BA Blocks to campus. Clean, female
for 1BR share BA, W/D, internet, cable,
phone incl. Rent $430/mo. Call 727-599-
4779 8-31-5-4

2 rooms in house near Duck Pond. Common
areas furn. W/D, DW, fenced backyard. Avail
immed. $400/mo incl utils & basic phone.
$100 dep. 352-338-0562, 904-829-1082 day,
904-797-7587 evenings. 8-31-5-4

Female non-smoker 3BR/2BA House w/pool,
rent $375 + utilities, for more info please con-
tact 352-317-0433 8-26-2-4

M NS for 2/1 Sun Island condo. PET OK.
3 blocks to UF, hi-speed internet. $450 in-
cludes utils. Call Geoffrey at 352-335-1836
avail now. 8-31-5-4

Student needed for 1 unfurnished BR/BA
in 2BR/2.5BA condo. $450/mo incl utilities,
hi-speed internet, cable, WD. Call Tim at
321-298-5156 9-2-7-4


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SPRING LEASE 4BR/4BA CONDO.
$410/mo everything incl. Countryside Apts.
Female only non-smokers looking for a fun
roommate! Contact Jackie (831) 924-1520
9-9-11-4

M, NS for 2/1 Sun Island condo PET OK 3
blocks to UF, hi speed internet $450 includes
utils Geoffrey at 352-335-1836 avail now.
8-31-5-4

Male roommate needed for 2/1 in
Brandywine. $282/mo +-shared utils. $282
deposit. New paint, no pets. Month-to-month
lease aVaialbe. common area furnished. Call
407-944-0088 9-8-10-4

Male roommate wanted 2Br/2BA furnished
condo. $550/mo. Monticello subdivision. NW
50th.Blvd. All utilities included; pool & tennis
courts. Contact Eileen at 386-774-1881 8-
31-5-4

Roommates bring a friend. Share utils.
Houses on East University Ave. Bike or bus
to class. $475-550 + sec & last mo. Available
now. Call 352-375-4250 or 745-0785. 9-
22-20-4

VERY AFFORDABLE Nice townhouse.
Share 2BR/2BA, close to mall. On bus line
$260 + 1/2 utilities. pets ok Please call 333-
0039 8-31-5-4

2 ROOMMATES needed (18-22 pref)
Furnished common area, washer/dryer,
-digital cable + hi spd internet. $350/mo + 1/3
util. Just North of UF on 13th St. Call 352-
318-3198 8-31-5-4

$350/mo pays rent & electric. NS, no pets.
Close to campus.. Clean & quiet. WID, fur-
nished, king bed, Call 374-5244 x 2246 Mon-
Fri 8:30am-5pm, San; dr 379-3158 evenings.
8-31-5-4

3BR in 4BR/2BA house $350/mo each +
part utils. Pet fee. 15 min to UF. Contact
Denise 407-509-4574 or Jen 352-495-8068
9-10-10-4

**$275/mo + 1/2 utils. Close bike to campus.
Good parking. Student preferred. 321-427-
1879 or cowchipss@aol.com 8-31-5-4

BEAUTIFUL HOUSE. GREAT LOCATION!
1 Open BR. No Security Deposit!!
Approx. $325/month + 1/4 Utilities!
Wood Floors. Big Closet & Huge Kitchen
Call 352-395-6788. By 34th St. & 8th Ave.
9-15-15-4

*VERY CHEAP* quiet female roommmate/s
wanted to share 3 bedroom townhouse in
SW Greenleaf subdiv. $250/mo + 1/3 utilities-
unfurn bedrooms 321-626-2352 8-25-1-4


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Quad-, Tri-, or Duplex w/pvt parking, extra
land, 60 sec walk to UF. Exc cond. House
3/4BR, 2BA, wd firs, covered prch, concrete
patio, garage/work-shop. Pvt Owner. 352-
538-2181 Iv mssg 12-7-72-5

Existing condos & luxury condos near UF
at affordable prices. For more information,
visit www.mattpricerealtor.com or call
today Matt Price 352-281-3551 Campus
Realty Group 9-30-27-5

JACKSON SQUARE
Spectacular university views. Walk to UF &
the stadium. Classic New Orleans appeal
with state-of-the-art luxury. Reserve today.
52 units available. Starting in mid-300's. Call
Eric Wild 870-9453 12-7-80-5

MEDICAL OFFICE 8 blocks to UF. Prior use
was dentist. 2000 sq ft. 1205 NW 9th Ave.
$2000/mo. 375-8256. 8-31-9-5

UNIVERSITY TERRACE CONDO
4BR/4BA, 3 leases signed for next year. Call
for details 407-620-1555'9-30-28-5

House for sale 2BR/1BA. Near-new condi-
tion. 2000 sq ft under roof. Huge back screen
balcony. 2134 SW 14th St. Less than 1/2
mile to Shands/UF. $159,900. 352-256-4033
or 707-803-4890. 9-6-10-5

2 bed/ 1 bath condo on 10-minute bus
route. Only $89,900. Call Kenny Gibbs with
Campus Realty (352)494-0012. 9-21-20-5

Charming 2BR condos for sale. Downtown
Gainesvile 1 mile to campus. Under 100k!
For details call Matt Price, Realtor, at 352-
281-3551 8-26-2-5

CUSTOM-BUILT VICTORIAN 3BR/2.5BA,
2,600 + sq ft on 1 acre corner lot w/deeded
access to Lake Santa Fe $339,000 Debra
Oberlin, REALTOR ERA Trend Realty 225-
4649 9-8-10-5

3/2 plus den, double wide mobile home on
UF bus line. Country feel, close to town.
Remodeled. Musfsee! $240 lot rent $39,500.
Call 561-357-8227 8-31-5-5


01 Furnishings


BED-Queen, orthopedic, extra thick, pillow-
top, mattress & box. Name brand, new, still
in plastic. Sacrifice $110. Call 352-372-7490
will deliver. 12-7-72-6

BED FULL SIZE ORTHOPEDIC Pillow-top
mattress & box. New, unused, still in plastic
w/warranty. Can deliver. Sacrifice $85. Call
352-377-9846 12-7-72-6

MICROFIBER SOFA & LOVESEAT.
Brand new still packaged w/warranty. Must
sell. Can deliver. Retail $2300. Sacrifice
$550 352-372-7490 12-7-72-6 -

BED King Pillowtop mattress & box springs.
Orthopedic rated. Name brand, new, never
been used, in plastic with warranty. Sell
$170. Call 352-372-8588 Can deliver. 12-
7-72-6

CHERRY SLEIGH BED solid with Pillowtop
Mattress & Box. All new still boxed. Cost
$1500, sacrifice $550 352-333-7516 12-7-
72-6

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 12-7-72-6

SOFA & LOVESEAT 100% Italian leather.
Brand new in plastic w/warranty. Retail
$2650. Sacrifice $750. Call 352-377-9846
12-7-72-6

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 12-
7-72-6

FUTON Solid oak mission-style frame w/
mattress. Brand new, all unused in box. Sell
$160 can deliver.
DINETTE SET 5pc $85 Brand new in box.
Never used. 352-377-9846 12-7-72-6


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BEDS 0 Full mattress & boxspring sets $49
* Queen sets $89 0 Single sets $39 *King
sets $99 0 From estate sale. Safe pine bunk
bed $109. 376-0939/378-0497.
CALL-A-MATTRESS 4370 SW 20th Ave.
12-7-72-6

MEMORY FOAM same as Temperpedia.
Save 50% & more. Other close-outs. twin
sets $89 *full sets $129 *queen sets $149
*king sets $189 Student discounts apply.
4370 SW 20th Ave. 376-0953. We deliver.
12-7-72-6

Beds, Futons, Furniture, King SealyB-ts
$299; new sofas for $299; oak futons $169;
sofa & loveseat $399; dinettes, desks, all
on sale *New Location* 140 NW 6th St
Morrells Furniture Outlet. 352-378-3400
12-7-81-6

**BEDS ALL BRAND NEW**
Orthopedic pillow-top sets.
**Full-$100 Queen-$130 King-$195*
Brand name matching sets not used or re-
furbished. Still in plastic, direct from factory!
A better product at a better price. Wholesale
Furniture Dealer (3205 SW 40th Blvd. off
Archer Rd.) 376-1600. Ask for Rachel or
Brian 12-7-72-6

Bed All New Queen orthopedic pillow-top
mattress & box set. Still in plastic with war-
ranty. Can Deliver. $130 (352) 264-9799
8-31-13-6

Bed All New King! 3pc. Orthopedic pil-
low-top set. Brand new, still in plastic, with
warranty. Can Deliver. $195. 376-1600 8-
31-13-6

Bedroom Set $395 Brand New! Still in
boxes! 6 pieces include: HB, 2 NS, Dresser,
Mirror, etc. Can Deliver. (352) 264-9799 12-
7-72-6

Futon $185 Mission-style oak w/plush mat-
tress. Never used. Still in box.
Dinette set 5pc $125 Brand new in box,
never used. 494-0333 12-7-72-6

Pool Table Gorgeous 8' All wood table.
Leather pockets, Italian 1" slate, carved
legs. Br. New still in crate. Cost $4,500. Sell
$1,350. Can Deliver. 264-9799 12-7-72-6
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Hot Tub/Spa $1795.00 Brand New Loaded!
Waterfall, LED lights, cup-holders, 110v en-
ergy efficient with warranty. Free Delivery.'
264-9799 12-7-72-6

DIAL-A-WASHER
Washer & Dryer leasing $160/semester or
$300/year. Call 352-318-3721 9-30-32-6

**BEDS -ALL BRAND NEW*
**Full $90 Queen $110 King $170"
Orthopedic pillow-top sets. Brand name
matching sets not used or refurbished. Still
in plastic, direct from factory! 352-333-7516.
12-7-72-6

BED- QUEEN New orthopedic pillowtop mat-
tress and boxspring set. Brand name, brand
new, still in plastic with warranty. Can deliver.
$115 352-377-9846. 12-7-72-6

Bed-All New King! 3pc Orthopedic pillowtop
mattress set. Brand NEW, still in plastic with
warranty. Can deliver. $170 352-333-7516.
12-7-72-6

Bedroom Set- $325 BRAND NEW. Still
in boxes! 6 pieces include: Headboard, 2
Nightstands, Dresser, Mirror, Chest. Must
sell, can deliver. 352-377-9846. 12-7-72-6

Futon $160 Solid Oak Mission Style with
plush mattress. All brand NEW still in box.
Can deliver. 352-333-7516 12-7-72-6

Pool Table Gorgeous 8" All wood tale.
Leather pockets, Italian 1" slate, carved legs.
Brand new still in crate. MUST SELL Retail
$5500. Sell $950. Can deliver 352-377-9846
12-7-72-6

Hot Tub/Spa $1295 Brand New Loaded!
Waterfall, LED lights, cupholders, 110-v
energy efficient with warranty. Free delivery,
MUST SELL 352-372-8588 12-7-72-6


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8 BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS 4BR/2BA Co-ed
house w/huge private deck, W/D, TIVO, pool
table, $400/mo Incl utils, cable, hs internet.
* ** Call David 352-870-7726 8-31-5-4


**ROOMMATES NEEDED**
to share w/grad student. 3BR/2BA new
townhome. Bus to UF, pool, gym, volleyball,
tennis courts, gated $350/mo + utils. Call
352-332-2148 or celtic67@ufl.edu 8-31-5-4

ROOM FOR RENT in 2BR/1BA apt in NW
G'ville. Female only. No lease. $265/mo +
1/2 utils. Call 375-7312 8-31-5-4

1BR/1BA AVAILABLE
in NEW 2/2.5 townhouse. Everything NEW +
W/D. $430 + 1/2 utils. Call 352-870-2506 or
email apt4rent06@yahoo.com 8-31-5-4

Female student to join 2 females for your
own BR in attractive 3BR house near NW
8th Ave, 3mi. from UF on bus rt. #43, tile/
hardwood, $275/mo + 1/3 GRU&HSInternet-
digital cable, avail Sept, 222-1125 or 332-
3852. 9-9-11-4

Prof. student seeking quiet neat roommate
for 2BR/2BA furn. apt in Hampton Oaks.
Internet, cable, W/D, pool, exercise room,
etc. $425/mo + 1/2 utils. Call 954-540-1905.
9-8-10-4


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Sell your house, condo, acreage, mobile
home and much more in the ALLIGATOR
CLASSIFIEDS! Reach over 24,000 possible
buyers! Mastercard and Visa accepted over
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SLEEPER SOFA
3 yrs old, like new, floral print. $300. Call 373-
7752 9-1-10-6

Need to get rid of that old couch? Call the
City at 334-2330 or the County at 338-3233
to schedule a free pickup of bulk items in-
cluding couches, other furniture, washers
and dryers. Service available for curbside
collection customers only. 8-26-4-6

Free curbside pickup of bulk items for curb-
side collection customers. Call the City at
34.2330 or County 338-3233 to schedule a
pickup. Please donate gently used items to
charity or visit www.alachuaexchange.com.
8-26-4-6

Do you have a black garbage cart? If so,
washers, dryers, furniture and other bulk
items can be picked up curbside for free. Call
the City at 334-2330 or County at 338-3233
to schedule a pickup or donate your items on
alachuaexchange.com 8-26-4-6

Alachua Habitat for Humanity
RESALE CENTER
Furniture, appliances & more!
2317 SW 13th Street
352-373-5728 8-29-5-6

twin bed $75, dorm fridge $45, dining room
table w/ 4 chairs $75, nice sofa $85, dresser
w/ mirror $75, 19" color TV $45, 27" color TV
$85, VCR $30, lawn mower $50. Call 335-
5326. 8-25-3-6

Beds 1 Day bed white metal new condition
$125; 1 old style water bed $100. Call Dave
at 284-9322 8-30-5-6

Bed-FULL size orthopedic pillowtop mattress
and box set. Brand New. Still in plastic with
warranty. Can deliver. $90. Call 352-317-
4031 12-7-72-6.

Tan leather couch $250, king bed mattress
frame <1 yr $250, dresser mirror $120, computer
desk $50, bar table 1 stool $75, pocket
bike43cc $100, gas skateboard $100, older
couch matching chair $40. Pictures available
on request. Call for details 352-317-3147.
8-30-5-6
Leaving town & everything must go! Huge
saf, dbl bed, roll-away sofa/bed, nightstand,
dining room table, bookcase, shelving,
folding tables, microwave, reclining chair,
dresser, & lamps. 870-4870 8-30-5-6

WaterBed King size, waveless, complete
set up, six drawer pedestal, headboard,
siderails, heater, everything, clean, $250
OBO 352-514-1800 frankiev@bellsouth.net
9-6-9-6

GARAGESALE SAT & SUN 8/27 & 8/28
9am-2pm 2 washers, dryer, other appliances,
purple moped, household furn, art, clothes,
etc. Great stuff, like brand new. 7325 SW 22
PI in West Point off Tower Rd 8-26-2-6

Qn mattress set. Serta, firm, new in 2004,
$300 0 Cadence treadmill $225 0 barstools,
24" wooden, swivel, $70pr sm sectional,
blue, fair $70 0 Couch, 90", blue, fair $40
Lg cedar hope chest $150 386-454-5466
8-25-1-6

SOLID PINE DINING TABLE, 6 CHAIRS
72" x 32". Refinished. $375. Call 352-372-
6466 9-8-10-6

DRESSER W/LARGE MIRROR, 9
DRAWERS, 2 NIGHTSTANDS &
BOOKSHELF$300 Call378-1717 8-29-3-6

QUEEN SIZE SOFABED & CHAIR
Good condition $125. 375-5377 home or
373-6066 work, ask for Sue. 8-31-5-6


a Computers


Cash Paid Laptop PCs
SALES SERVICE PARTS
www.pcrecycle.biz 336-0075 12-7-72-7

"COMPUTER & LAPTOP REPAIRS"
Network specialists
We buy computers and laptops
Working and Non-working
378-4009, 607 NW 13th Street
12-7-72-7

Hard drives crash. Save your data:
OnlineDataBackup.us provides secure re-
mote data backup via the Internet. 4098-bit
encryption. Only $10/mo. 440-610-1151.
8-30-6-7


a* Electronics

DISCOUNT HI-FI
722 S. Main 0 The Red Bldg
WE ARE CHEAPER
12-7-72-8

GATOR CAR ALARMS Take a bite out of
crime $99.95. Installed FREE. Gainesville's
oldest car alarm and car stereo specialty
store. 373-3754 Audio Outlet. 12-7-84-8

Car stereo, car alarms, mobile video, mobile
navigation, custom wheels and tires, and
automobile performance at Sound Depot &
Performance. 374-7700 sdp-alligator.com.
12-7-72-8

Toshiba Laptop ($250) Brand New Carrying
Case, Palm M100 + Altec Speaker Set,
Yamaha 40x External Burner, Microwave &
Mini Fridge. Call 352-514-1067 8-26-2-8


l Bicycles

In the market for a new set of wheels or just
looking to add a second to that collection?
Want personalized handlebars or a fitted
seat? Check in the Alligator Classifieds.

NEW& USED BIKES FOR SALE
Many to choose from
Best Prices in Townl
SPIN CYCLE 373-3355
424 W University Ave 12-7-72-9

YIKES BIKES
Used not abused. From basic transportation
to highend stuff. All styles. Great prices. 5
blocks from UF in College Park. 870-8693
12-7-72-9


al For Sale


PARKING:
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF.
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538-
2181. Can leave mssg. 12-7-72-10

GET CHEAP TEXTBOOKS
Search 24 bookstores in 1 click!
S&H and taxes automatically calculated '
Try it tiday! http://www.bookhq.com 9-
26-25-10

Student parking available
4. blocks from campus. Call 374-7700. 9-
2-9-10


Discount Textbooks!
Compare prices and save!
New and,used textbooks!
BestBookBuys.com/ufl
8-26-3-10


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For Sale


PARKING
60 sec to UF. Many spaces avail. $37.50/mo
or $150/semester. Call for decal. 538-2454
8-31-5-10

*GREAT SOUNDING GUITAR!-*
Taylor 310 w/hard case. Great cond. $700/
OBO. TRADE OR NEG. 305-409-2028,
email lexy17@ufl.edu. 8-31-5-10

COMMERCIAL BBQ GRILL ON TRAILER w/
'2 doors 120 gal size tank $800. Bob Hanson
386-752-0209 eves. 9-8-10-10

Moving Sale: Beige sofa+love seat $600;
Rattan 2 twin beds, bedrm set, dresser +
mirror & set of drawers, nighttable $1200;.
Mahogany king bedrm set, mattress + box
$750; 2 sofa beds+table $200; wd. dinette+6
chairs $100; piano Emerson ser. 33, model#
95799 mahogany $750 obo. 386-795-2301.
8-25-1-10


Motorcycles, Mopeds)


MOTORCYCLE/SCOOTER; 2005 SUZUKI
DL 1000, 5mo old, 4k, 4 yrwarr, adult owned,
$7500, 372-5634 Iv mess. 9-8-10-11

** SCOOTERS **
RPM MOTORCYCLES INC
SALES, SERVICE, PARTS
Many Brands Available 518 SE 2nd St.
www.RPMmotorcycles.com 377-6974
12-7-72-11

*Swamp Cycles* Save $$$ on gas, ride to
class! Largest selection of Ebikes, scooters
& accessories. Free delivery, 1-yr warranty,
best cust. service 534 SW 4th Ave 373-8823
www.swampcycles.com
12-7-72-11

***SOLANO CYCLE***
Scooters from $599. Largest selection
KYMCO, Vento, Hyosung, Keen & many
others. Financing avail. 3550 SW 34th St.
338-8450 solanocycle.com 12-7-72-11

CASH PAID for MOTORCYCLES
SCOOTERS, or dirt bikes in ANY condition,
Running or not. titles or not. Prompt pick up.
Call ANYTIME: 352-376-9096
Please leave a message.
12-7-88-11

*NEW SCOOTERS 4 LESS*
New location now open 1901 NW 67th Place
352-336-1271 www.newscooters4less.com
Best prices in Gainesville. Owned by Gator
grads. Will beat all Gainesville competitor's
prices on similar models. 12-7-84-11

XSJ50QTII Scooter windshield luggage box-
es 757 actual miles turn signals, automatic,
mint condition $1675. Call 352-620-2892 and
will deliver. 8-26-4-11

2003 HONDA METROPOLITAN
49cc, 4-stroke, recent service $1200

Helmet + cover + cable lock + visor $100
Call 352-871-5328. 8-29-5-11

SUZUKI SAVAGE 650 LS 2001
Excellent small cruiser. 3900 miles. Belt
drive. Black & chrome. Excellent condition.
New tire. Perfect 1st cruiser. $2950 Call 262-
4673. 9-2-7-11

2000 SUZUKI GSX 600 KATANA
blue, good condition, 9k miles, additional
parts $3400. Call Wayne @ 352-215-2321
8-30-5-11


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by Bob Brackin
containing
"Gainesville Stories"
A + utErLFeh bE www.bobbrackin.com 11-18-60-10
Wr w Hosa PARKING-1BIk to UF
12-7-72-7 Guaranteed and secure. Call 561-310-8674
8-29-3-10


Computer HELP fast! A+ Computer Geek
House/dorm 59 min response. No waiting/
unplugging/hassels. $30 Gator Discount
wistudent ID. M/F Cert MCSE technicians.
333-8404. www.AComputerGeek.com 12-
7-72-7


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 12-7-71-10


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YAMAHA 400 special 1980
5,000 miles, new tires, windshield and back-
rest, in excellent condition $1,200. 352-494-
3431 8-31-5-11

MINI-BIKES NEW IN BOX,47cc
very fast. Top speed b/t 35-40 mph. These
are professional models, have two to sell,
$300 each or $550 for both. 941-400-8189
9-6-9-11

2003 Yamaha Scooter. Black & Cream. Plus
helmet. Excellent condition. Almost new. 700
miles. $1250. Call 352-336-3675. 8-30-4-11

RED HONDA ELITE MOTOR SCOOTER'89
1200 orig mi. Excellent condition. Stored.
New battery. Runs excellent. Best reason-
able offer. Call 332-7728 8-26-2-11

2004 YAMAHA ZUMA silver 2200 miles.
Excellent condition. $2200 new, asking
$1400/OBO. Call 850-529-5071 8-31-5-11

Scooter 2003 OMNI 50cc
Oil injection, excellent dependable transpor-
tation. Only $375. Call 262-4673. 8-26-2-11

1980 Honda CB 900 Custom Very depend-
able. Faring. Many extras. $900. Call 352-
514-2643. ANYTIME. Evening 352-495-2643
8-31-5-11


Scooter Retro 50cc
Brand new. 0 miles. 4-cycle, liquid cooled,
clear taillight & turn signal lenses. This
scooter is black & silver and very unique and
attractive. $1295. 352-262-4673. 9-2-7-11

BUELL S-3 THUNDERBOLT '97
6000 miles, Vance & Hines exhaust, im-
maculate condition. Very fast & fun. $3950.
Call 262-4673. 9-2-7-11


WIl Autos


*FAST CASH PAID FOR ANY CAR*
*Running or not!*
*NEED HONDA, TOYOTA, PICKUPS
*Over 10 yr svc to UF students
*Call Don @ 215-7987 12-7-72-42

CARS -CARS Buy*Sell*Trade
Clean BMW, Volvo, Mercedes
Toyota, Honda, Nissan cars
3432 N Main St. www.carrsmith.com
CARRSMITH AUTO SALES 373-1150
12-7-72-12

**FAST CASH PAID**
For CARS & TRUCKS
Running or Not 1990 & up only
Sell or Trade Welcome
Call Ray 352-284-8619
12-7-72-12

OVER 50 IMPORTS UNDER $10,000
SELECT MOTOR CAR
THE YELLOW BUILDING
2715 N MAIN 377-1616
www.selectmotorcar.us
12-7-72-12

Best Cars Lowest Prices
www.39thaveimports.com
12-7-72-12

$500! POLICE IMPOUNDS!
HONDAS, CHEVYS, TOYOTAS, ETC.
For listings 800-749-8116 ext 4622 12-7-
72-12


2003 GLS VW Passat V6 auto. 20k mi,
$16,995, great shape. Blue/Beige Ext/Int,
wood trim, ESP Premium sound, sunroof, al-
loy wheels. Contact cell ph. (724) 413-9610
8-31-12-12

1995 JEEP CHEROKEE SPORT
99k miles, great condition, A/C, 4 speaker
AM/FM, 2WD, $3800. Call 331-7964 8-30-
10-12

1997 blk ISUZU RODEO
$3400. Call 352-359-8499
8-25-4-12

1993 HONDA DEL SOL T-top
Black, great condition. Make excellent cam-
pus car. Great gas mileage. $3800. Call Jerry
352-466-9247. 8-25-3-12

1999 Mitsubishi Mirage DE sedan automatic,
A/C, burgundy with gray cloth, power every-
thing, 69k, clean, $4900 OBO 352-514-1800
frankiev@bellsouth.net 9-2-9-12

1995 OLDS ACHIEVE
4-door, auto, cold A/C, 131k miles. Looks
and runs great. $1450. 215-7987. 9-6-10-12


2001 PLYMOUTH NEON
Automatic. Excellent condition. 25k miles,
original owner. $5500. 222 3332. 8-26-3-12


Hyundai Elantra GLS 2002, 31k mi, PWR,
Auto, 4DR, Great Cond! Tinted Windows!
$7500 OBO. 352-362-6861 8-31-5-12


99 MITSUBISHI GALLANT second owner,
good condition 128k mi, $2800/OBO. Call
352-514-7773 9-2-7-12

99 Ford Escort LS Standard, perfect inte-
rior, floor & dash mats, AM/FM stereo, tint
windows, 1st owner, 4-door, 30+ MPG $4700
OBO 352-377-1625. 8-29-3-12

TAKE OVER MY LEASE! 03 AUDI A4
Like new. No money down. Good credit only.
Black, leather, sunroof, premium sound sys-
tem. 332-2310 8-31-5-12

98 WH CAMARO 2 DR 100K mi. Looks
great, runs great. Needed truck. Asking
$4899. Call 352-318-7890 9-14-15-12


1996 FORD EXPLORER
107k mi. GC. Eddie Bauer. AT 6 cyl, all the
bells and whistles $5500 OBO. 352-562-
9701 8-29-3-12
2002 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT
8 cylinders, automatic. Less than 31k
miles. Power seats, locks, power steering,
& power windows. AM/FM stereo with cas-
sette. $13,000 Call 373-1764 after 4pm.
8-31-5-12
1999 CADDY STS
.Loaded with extras. Under 100k miles. call
377-1234, please leave message $8900
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* HONDA CIVIC LX 97 107k mi. Needs A/C
compressor $3700. HONDA ACCORD
94 10th Anniversary 72k mi. Excellent cond
$3900 01 YAMAHA XT 225, 8K Perfect
$2200. Rich or Gik @ 373-8238 9-2-7-12




lei Wanted

LOCAL ARTIST NEEDS: GOLD,
DIAMONDS, GEMS, CLASS RINGS, ETC
TOP CASH $ OR TRADE. OZZIE'S FINE
JEWELRY. 373-9243 12-7-72-13

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 ih the Tower Rd area.
9-2-34-13

Blind lady needs health majors interested in
walking at least three times a week. Call 352-
219-6948. Thanks. 9-2-34-13


Mi Help Wanted


I Help Wanted


BARTENDING
$250 A DAY POTENTIAL
No experience necessary, training provided.
800-965-6520 ext 138 12-7-72-14

Animal Care Tech looking for hard working
person to work w/ reptiles & rodents. Will
train, PT to start with more hrs possible. Start
at $6.50/hr. Flex hrs. Please call 495-9024
between 9-4 M-F. 12-7-72-14

Finance company needing office assistant
& collections associate. Young, progressive
company w/advancement & bonuses. 25
hrs/wk. Start immediately. Fax resume to
352-378-4156 8-31-90-14


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And you can be part of the sales team of
the largest college newspaper in the
country by applying to become and
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(this is a paid position
requiring 15-20 hours per week)
If you are a UF or SFCC student
eager to gain valuable sales experience
stop by the Alligator, 1105 W. University
Avenue, to fill out an application and
class schedule by Fri, Sept 2th. We will
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get your career jump-started! EEO/AA
9-2-10-14

Phone survey interviewers wanted. Start
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only! Flexible Schedule! Perceptive Market
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7-72-14

MOVERS WANTED. Need driver's license.
Apply in person at 505 NW 53rd Ave. At
GATOR MOVING & STORAGE. Mon-Fri
9-30-28-14

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Sales and IT needed for various positions.
Flexible schedules and competitive pay. Join
our team! Learn more.at www.gleim.com/
employment 12-7-72-14

$$ STUDENTS GET CASH $$
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7-72-14

SECRET SHOPPERS
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12-7-72-14


Mortgage lender has immediate sales posi-
tions avail for college students seeking prof
work exp. No exp req. $8-9/hr + bonus, flex
hrs. Apply in person 2-7pm M-F at 1900 SW
34th St Ste 206 (2nd flr above credit union)
12-7-72-14

SECRETARY
Gatorfood.com is looking for personable
responsible, enthusiastic, fun people.
Customer svc exp helpful. For more info.
Call Meghan 379-3663- 8-31-10-14


"Licensed" Security Part Time
Fri/Sat 9PM til 2AM $7/hr
Apply 9PM Tues-Sat Traders
2212 SW 13th St 9-6-14-14
HIRING EXCELLENT NOTETAKERS
in UF's 50 most popular classes. Apply in
P R E M .person. located across from The Swamp in
the UF Plaza. Interviews only. 9-6-10-14
PRODUCT IONS
WANTED: CHINESE TUTOR who is a native


* Are you active in the Greek community?
* Do you want a better social calendar?
* Can you dedicate 15-20 hrs a week?
* Do you want a job with great pay?
If you answered yes to any df these questions
then submit a resume at Premier because
this is the opportunity you've been looking
for! We have a young, energetic atmosphere
which makes Premier an exciting place to
work. Premier has partnered with the-Greek
community for 10 years to create great t-
shirts and coordinate amazing events, and
we are proud that we have always selected
the best and brightest students to work with
our company. Submit resumes and cover let-
ter to sales@premierparties.com 8-30-9-14
SALES ASSOCIATES
F/T and P/T for hotel. Hourly & bonus.
Weekdays & wkends. Friendly attitudes
w/good customer svc skills. Apply in person:
4021 SW40th Blvd. 9-8-10-14


Chinese speaker. Teach intermediate level
Chinese to motivated student. Generous
salary 1 hr 3 times a week. 813-784-2552.
8-26-4-14

O'CONNELL CENTER
NOW HIRING

*Concerts Banquets 0 Sports Events*

Need extra money? Want to work sporting
events, concerts, and other fun events?
Learn while you wdrk! We are now hiring
student assistants to work various events;
offering flexible schedules. Great reference.
Great experience. Make life-long friends.
Apply @ Rm 1302 at the O'Connell Center.
Applications due by August 25th. 8-25-3-14


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Help Wanted

Would you like to be your own boss, work
your own hours, and make unlimited in-
come? Calj Emma @ 352-871-4489 or e-mail
avonbyemma@hotmail.com. 12-7-72-14

Internet Marketing Specialist Detail oriented
w/strong MS Excel/Word, communication
skills. Knowledge of SEO, PPC and affiliate
management a plus. Flex schedule. Base
pay + bonuses. Fax resume 800-967-5140
10-31-66-14
HIRING KITCHEN STAFF Starting $6.15/hr
DRIVERS $8-15/hr, and FLYERERS. PT
easy schedule. Please call 2-5pm 378-2442
or fill out application at California Chicken
Grill 2124 SW 34th St. Mon Fri. 12-7-72-14

Sun Country Sports is hiring. Many posi-
tions available. Office staff, after-school
counselors, bus driver, fitness coordinator,
gymnastics/tumbling coaches '& rockwall
staff. Both locations. 4010 NW 27th Lane
and 333 SW 140th Terr. 9-2-11-14

Accounting Asst. needed 15-20 hrs/week.
Base pay + bonuses. Quickbooks, Excel,
data entry, & problem solving skills a must.
Accounting background preferred. Start
immediately, fax resume to 800-967-5140
8-26-18-14

*DANCERS NEEDED*
Private dance co. Great for students. Great
pay, fast cash & flexible hours. All to start
today! 378-3312 9-20-20-14

Five Star Pizza Downtown/Tower Road now
hiring all positions for fall and spring. In store/
driver. Great pay w/ great atmosphere. Apply
@ 210 SW 2nd Ave 375-5600 or 600 NW
75th St. 333-7979 10-3-37-14
PT POSITIONS. Great for FT students.
Email info to: amarshall35@yahoo.com 8-
25-10-14

TCBY now hiring all shifts.
Apply at 34th St. store in the Crispers Center.
12-7-72-14

www.GatorHospitalityJobs.com
Find a job todayat one of over 60 restau-
rants, bars or hotels. Cooks, delivery driv-
ers, bartenders, housekeepers, servers.
In high demand. 8-31-12-14

MAUI TERIYAKI
Now hiring PT/FT COOKS & CASHIERS.
Apply in person. Tower Rd. & 13th St. loca-
tions. 9-14-20-14
Horsecare: Perm PT Micanopy. Warmblood
breed/train farm. Nice studio apt in ex for
flex hrs. Horse/pets ok Exp. w/mares & foals.
Farm maint & daily chores w/horses. 352-
591-2474 or www..morehousefarms.com
8-31-11-14


*M Help Wanted

Automated Online Income
Need money and time?
Grab hold of this new unique & explosive
opportuntiy! www.ComfortFreak.info 8-
31-10-14

NOW HIRING ALL POSITIONS
Apply between 2 & 4 Mon-Fri, Calico Jack's
3501 SW 2nd Ave Creekside Mall 9-7-14-
14

Student, part-time. Light bookkeeping 10
hrs every 2 wks using Peachtree Software.
Accounting student preferred but ngt, re-
quired. $7.50/hr. Contact Elaine, Perceptive
Market Research, 336-6760, x-4011 8-26-
6-14

Contestants wanted for Reality Television
1-416-414-0852/ www.nlm-ipn.com
Serious applicants apply. 9-16-20-14

Call center needs telephone agents for all
shifts 24 hours 1830 NE 2nd St. Apply in
person M-F 9am 4pm. 8-31-8-14

Position available: An event planner to
plan, coordinate, and- execute events in
the Reltz Union Game Room. Preferably a
Tou;ism Recreation and Sport Management
Major or someone with equal interest. Job
duties would include planning and execut-
ing tournaments and events, plan and ex-
ecute events at Gator Nights in the Game
Room to excite the customers. Nights and
weekend work a must. E-mail Charlotte at
char@union.ufl.edu 8-30-7-14

Easy Work. Great Pay!
Looking for energetic & personable
student employees for on-campus
P/T work with Mobile Campus. Email
steven@mobilecampus.com for details.
8-26-5-14



PREMIER
PRODUCTIONS
We are currently accepting resumes for
intern positions in our accounting, market-
ing, and PR departments for the 2005 Fall
semester. This is a great opportunity :-.rga.n
professional business experience while earn-
ing college credit. Must be highly motivated
& well organized. Min 15-20/hrs a week req.
Business/Accounting/Marketing/PR majors
preferred. Please send resumes & cover let-
ter to info@premierparties.com. 8-30-7-14

Attention Smokers! Do you want to quit
smoking? Smokers are needed to partici-
pate in a smoking cessation study. If inter-
ested e-mail the UF Smoking Lab and Clinic.
ufsmokelabclinic@gmail.comr or 328-4944.
8-31-7-14










24, ALLIGATOR U THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2005


*e Help Wanted

FOOD SERVICE JOBS
Gator Dining Services located on the UF
Campus is hiring for cashiers, cooks, line
services and dishwashers. Flex hours,
competitive pay and a great working envi-
ronment. Apply at Gator Dining Services,
B73 Reitz Union, Museum Rd or online at
www.gatordining.com 9-7-11-14

ZAXBY'S
Now hiring COOKS & CASHIERS. Apply in
person at Archer Rd. location. 8-31-7-14

ACCOUNTING STUDENTS
W~-reed 5th year accounting students to
assist with critical reading, editing, customer
support & research. This is a great way to
earn while you learn. We have a great suc-
cess rate of employees who pass the CPA
exam on the first try. Flex hrs. Send resume
to hr@gleim.com www.gleim.com 8-26-4-14

Psychiatric Aides $22,612 annually. Shift
work. Rotating days off. Requires comple-
tion of 30 semester hours of college with 5
classes in Social/Behavioral Sciences. Apply
online at: https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com.
May contact Lori Ross at 352-264-8250. An
EEO/AA employer 9-16-18-14

Warehouse Mgr F/T
Shipping Clerks F/T
Major internet retailer.
FAX 815-301-8667
Email: careers@bytheplanet.com 8-29-5-14

Nanny/Personal Assistant
4 children 1-7 years at our home
15-30 hours per week. ref req'd
FAX 815-301-8667
Email: careers@bytheplanet.com 8-29-5-14

Retail Store Manager
For major internet retailer.
Opening new concept store.
FAX 815-301-8667
Email: careers@bytheplanet.com 8-29-5-14

$10-12 hr DELIVERY DRIVERS
needed MARIO & LUIGI'S PIZZA 3458 W
University Ave. Apply 4pm-11pm 871-3368
8-29-5-14

$7 HR EXPERIENCED PIZZAMAKERS
Needed MARIO & LUIGI'S 4pm-11pm. 3458
W University Ave 871-3368 8-29-5-14

SUBWAY OAKS MALL
Happy, energetic, fast, reliable, honest
people. No hot greasy fries. No grease traps.
Call 305-773-3592 8-29-5-14

P/T Office Assistant law firm.
Indicate which days of the week and hours
you are available. Fax info and resume to
335-6415 8-26-4-14

Looking for talented, motivated, musicians
to take the youth of today into the world of
performance! Great pay & advancement, the
buck starts here! MAKE YOUR CAREER
YOUR PASSION. Apply now 352-315-0200.
8-25-3-14

The UPS Store Customer Service
Permanent Part Time position for
an associate with retail
experience. No phone calls.
Drop off resume in person at
The UPS Store
(Wal-Mart Plaza)
2603 NW 13th St. 8-26-4-14

FORGET COLLEGE. Beer, parties and fun.
Ready to get serious? Free online business,
real estate, self-defense and empowerment
courses. Success.org. 9-20-20-14

PART TIME Need Immediately
Tues/Thurs/Some Saturdays 10-6
Friendly, honest. Will train $7/hr
352-331-6155 Uniform Shop. 8-26-4-14

Experienced rider needed to exercise our
horie. Located 10 minutes from campus.
Please call Sarah at 352-367-0931 8-29-
5-14

Technologically Oriented?
Intelligent and Bright
Internet Guru needed for
Research Position.
Resumes@NetEnforcers.com 8-26-4-14

DELIVERY DRIVERS NEEDED
AM '& PM shifts available.
Call for more info 378-8821. 8-29-5-14


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Artist needed for children's book. Will use
creativity for each picture. Payment received
upon completion of job.
For more info, call 352-871-2611. 8-30-6-14

DRINK SELLERS NEEDED!!!!
All Gator Home Football Games.
Join the excitement and make money too!
Here's How ... Attend a sign up meeting
in the South End Zone of Ben Hill Griffin
Stadium, enter at gate 18, on Aug. 20th or
Aug. 27th at 10am. You must have Proper
ID and $7.50 to purchase required shirt.
8-26-4-14

The Pantry, Inc.- Welcome back students!
The Southeast's largest and fastest growing
Convenience Store Chain is now hiring for all
positions in the Gainesville area. We'll work
around your schedule! *We offer paid train-
.ing, immediate benefits, Excellent starting
pay, career opportunities, vacation pay, and
direct deposit. (*To those who qualify) Call
Joe at (904) 219-4804 to schedule an inter-
view. EOE/M/FN. 9-6-11-14

WANTED: Honest, energetic, hard working
indiv. to assist customers w/ high quality
sporting goods merchandise. Min. 1-yr. com-
mit. Hiring for both PT (25+ hrs) & FT. Lloyd
Clark Sports 1504 NW 13 St. No phone calls.
9-2-9-14

Seeking management trainees for premier
spa, skin-care, and beauty product company.
Positions avail nationwide. Professional train-
ing provided. Great salary + bonus pkgs. Call
352-336-0105 or email beautitree@cox.net
8-31-7-14

GATORSNEEDJOBS.COM
We need Paid Survey Takers in Gainesville.
100% FREE to join. Click on Surveys.
9-30-27-14

Looking for an OPTOMETRIC ASSISTANT.
Available M, W, F 10-3 and weekends. No
experience required. Will train.
Please email resume with cover letter to
humanresources@starlingeyegroup.com
9-7-10-14

Wanted for interesting project involving alter-
nate energy vehicle. Need EE and/or physics
MS/PhD. Part-time. Patent pending. Contact
Bill Lassiter 386-659-1902. 9-7-10-14

Part-time kitchen help wanted for Asian res-
taurant. Prefer students with good attitude
and reliability: Call 352-514-6404 between
2-5pm daily. 9-7-10-14

Busy medical practice looking for FT Front
Office Asstllns Secretary. Exp required or will
train right candidate. Patient check-in, co-pay
collection, referrals& authorizations. Must be
able to multi-task and work as part of a team.
Please email resume to medicalresumel@y
ahoo.com, fax 332-0161. 8-30-5-14

RECEPTIONIST
needed immediately for busy hair salon.
Hours: 9am-5pm. NS please. Apply in person
only. 3911 Newberry Rd. 8-30-5-14

Vibrating condom company seeks college
reps to sell our product during "Safe Sex Is
Fun" campaign period. To help spread the
good vibes, call Rachel at 720-837-3527 or
rachel@touchmeusa.com 9-7-10-14

CASH!!
Tired of sitting around w/out it? Sit here &
make it! UF FLORIDA REPDIALS seeks UF
students to raise funds. Earn up to $8.00/hr
with a FLEXIBLE schedule. Apply at 105
NW 16th St.4th floor. Academic Classroom
Building 105, or call 392-7754 for more info.
12-7-72-14

COLD STONE CREAMERY will soon
audition happy, energetic Scoopers for its
Newberery Road and Archer Road stores.
Earn $8+ while having fun! Positions begin
immediately. Choose either Gainesville
location when you apply on our web site.
Visit ColdStoneCreamery.com, Then go
to Creamery and choose Job Center (ap-
plications only; include email address. NO
RESUMES.). Nights and weekends a must.
18+ only. 8-26-3-14


S Help Wanted


SCHOOL BOARD OF ALACHUA COUNTY
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM-VARIOUS
LOCATIONS-JOBS BEGIN August 15, 2005
* ACTIVITY LEADERS-$10/hr-Bach.
Desired or successful exp. or training work-
ing w/children.
* AIDE-$7.61/hr-HS or equiv. exp. as
teacher aide or combo of training and exp.
working w/children.
* CENTER AIDE-$8.67/hr-HS or equiv.exp
& training working w/handicapped children.
Hours required-M,T,Th,F- 1:45-5:30, Wed.-
12:30-5:30PM
DRUG TESTING REQUIRED-
BACKGROUND CHECK CONDUCTED
-AA/EOE
CALL 955-7766 FOR INFORMATION.
Submit application, resume, 3 reference let-
ters & transcript to: SBAC Personnel, 620 E.
University Ave. 9-7-10-14

Accepting applications for fall sem. Looking
for 21+ yr old w/clean driving record w/class
D license. Agriculture background pref, for
delivery & loading farm supplies. FT/PT.
Hours can be flexible. Call 472-6050. Also
looking for utility people. 9-7-10-14

WORD PROCESSORS
Flex schedule. Send resumes to
hr@gleim.com www.gleim.com 8-26-3-14

FEMALE N/S companion to care for 22yr
old disabled female. Must be UF student.
Work hrs Sat &Sun 2pm-8pm. $8.50/hr +
mileage reimbursement. Must have reliable
car. Wknd wk poss. Job duties incl toileting,
assisting w/reading, trans to PT. Jerry 377-
1306 9-2-7-14

MODELS
Experienced or not. www.fotoartUSA.com.
Click News & Links for info. 8-30-5-14

BABYSITTER PT HOURS
for 3 yr old. Non-smoker, exp, refs req'd. Call
371-2551 8-26-3-14

OFFICE ASSISTANT for busy dermatol-
ogy office. Front office duties. Experience
preferred but will train energetic, motivated
person. Fax resume to 352-332-3966. 8-
30-5-14

RECEPTIONIST 8:30-12:30 & 12:30-5:00.
Multi-line & computer exp a must. Send
resume to: P Q Box 2519, Gainesville, FL
32602 8-30-5-14

INTERNS NEEDED Must be willing to take
internship for college credit (IDH 4940). Gain
practical exp. & strengthen your resume.
Great for those with entrepreneurial inter-
ests. Please contact Jason at 352-870-4870
8-30-5-14

SPIN CYCLE Hiring energetic, out-going
bicycle enthusiast. .Part time experienced
sales, customer service, etc. Drop off re-
sume @ 424 W. University Ave. downtown.
8-26-3-14

PT help at the Gainesville Beach Club in the-.
Oaks Mall. Must be outgoing & clean-cut.
Retail exp a must. POS knowledge a bonus.
331-9767 9-1-7-14

Bright, energetic individuals. PT or FT $200-
2000+ per week. Call 335-0100 to schedule
an interview. 8-30-5-14

DRIVER OPPORTUNITY
Gatorfood.com. Can earn anywhere be-
tween $8-$15/hr. Set your own schedule. For
info contact: 379-3663 9-8-10-14

PERSONAL/ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
NEEDED. Must have 2-4 hrs/day avail-
able, flexible availability. Must be or-
ganized & responsible. Email resume:
dkranz@gatorfood.com 8-31-5-14

KISS 105.3 needs promotion person to set
up and maintain live events. Need outgoing
personality who like meeting and working
with people. Set up & break down equip-
ment, drive Giant Boom Box, give away
prizes and greet people. Clean driving re-
cord required. Apply at 7120 SW 24th Ave,
Gainesville. 332-2200/Fax: 331-0401. EOE.
8-31-5-14

Nighttime help needed, 4-11pm, 3-4 days a
week, includes weekends inside clerk. Must
be able to use computer. Golf knowledge a
plus. Fill out application at 6007 SW Archer
Road. 8-31-5-14


W l Help Wanted


WINGZONE now hiring DELIVERY
DRIVERS. $8-14/hr. Flexible schedule. Cool
boss, fun atmosphere. Apply in person 923
W. University Ave. 9-15-15-14

The Florida Book Store is hiring for tempo-
rary chashiers for the Gator Home Football
Game Weekends. Applicants with previ-
ous cashiering experience are preferred.
Applicants are required to be in town and
available to work all home game day week-
ends and available Wednesday, August
31st for training. Apply in person at 1614 W.
University Avenue. Complete an application
and ask for Carolynne. On the spot inter-
views will be offered Friday, August 26th and
Monday August 29th from 2pm-5pm. Equal
Opportunity Employer. 8-30-4-14

Parttime for weekends Pick up application
at 4701 NE 40th Terrace 32609 9-8-10-14

BABYSITTER needed every Thursday from
1-4pm to watch 2 year old in our home $7/hr.
Call Ginger at 352-495-1800 8-31-5-14

ZAXBY'S on 43rd St. Now.hiring all positions
all shifts, contact Boris between 2pm-5pm
352-376-8700 8-31-5-14

Help Wanted: THE BAGEL BAKERY 384-
9110. Energetic, smiley people wanted.
$6.50/hr for line people; $7.50/hr for bakers.
8-30-4-14

Pocket EXTRA CASH Selling Satellite Tv.
Up to $110 Commissions. No Investment.
Work whenever you want. Reputable Co.
localjobs.BIZ 8-31-5-14

NEW Unique, one of a kind impulse item
sells itself! Make extra money while you work
out! www.hydrosport-usa.com 8-25-1-14


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FIND BABYSITTING JOBS, babysitters or
nannies at CallforSitters.com! Sitters, regis-
ter today for FREE! 8-25-1-14

Now hiring friendly experienced counter help.
BRICK OVEN PIZZA & PASTA CO. 112 NW
13th St. 352-376-5577 8-31-5-14

02B KIDS!
We're hiring Preschool Teachers! Full or part-
time available. Apply at any location, or call
332-5500. 8-31-5-14

02B KIDS!
Now hiring teachers for gymnastics, dance,
sports, and science. Apply at any location, or
call 332-5500. 8-31-5-14

Earn $5-7/hr for participating in psychology
study on human performance & decision
making., Come by room 375 Psychology
Bldg, UF campus, to apply. 8-26-2-14

DREAM JOBS
Great pay. Travel bonus and sales training
Now Hiring: Outgoing, motivated characters
to promote, sell and staff our HS grad trip
vacations. 877-725-0705 9-16-16-14

LOOKING FORA PARTTIME JOB?
Merchandise sales. Earn $100-$200 working
2-3 hrs. Home games only, prior to kick-off.
Contact 321-277-5523 8-321-5-14

HOUSEKEEPER for home near University,
6-8 hours a week, $8-10 and hour depending
on experience. Flexible hours, but must be
reliable. Please send resume and references
to: housekeepingingainesville@yahoo.com
8-31-5-14

Restaurant help wanted. Exp line cooks &
waitstaff. Apply in person at Emiliano's Cafe,
7 SE 1stAve. 8-29-3-14


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Database Web Designer

Water & Air Research, Inc., an environmen-
tal consulting firm has an opening for-a Part-
Time Temporary Database Web designer.

Duties include supporting the Systems
Administrator with web and database design
projects. May assist with computer/user
support. Assignment is anticipated to be
4-6 months.

Must have experience with basic database/
web design using cold fusion and asp/
asp.net languages and solid knowledge of
Microsoft products including Access, Front
Page and Share Point services. High school
diploma and 6 months related experience
required.

Send resume to HumanResources@watera
ndair.com or fax: (352) 378-1500. Reference
Requisition # 05-019. EOE, drug-free, non-
smoking workplace. 8-29-3-14

Nanny needed after school for three children,
10-12 hours per week, $10/hr, flexible days
and times, safe driving record, references
and background check required. Email us
at macphau01@bellsouth.net w/info. 8-
31-5-14

University of Florida
Survey Research Center
408 W University Ave. Suite 106
Mon-Fri 9:30am-9pm
392-2908 ext. 105
$7/hr + BONUS + Paid Training
Telephone Interviewing NO SALES
3 eves 6-9 pm + 2 weekend shifts.
or
Sat 12pm-6pm + Sun 2pm-8pm
Must work winter break
12-7-71-14

PT FILE CLERK for busy doctor's office.
Afternoons 1-5pm. Please send resume:
352-377-9577 8-31-5-14

High energy, dynamic persons needed for
fragrance modeling at Belk in Oaks Mall,
$10-15 per hour. Must be available week-
ends. Apply in person anytime or call Dan
331-3535 x 220 8-31-5-14

DELIVERY DRIVER, FRONT COUNTER
& PREP PERSONS needed @ busy deli
store. Flex hours. M, W, F, or Tu, Th shifts
avail. HEAVENLY HAM 3832 Newberry Rd.
8-31-5-14

Now Hiring for Fall 2005 Experienced

Notetakers & Editors
Apply at SmokinNotes.com 9-2-7-14

Honey Baked Ham Co. is now hiring 2.
counter and 1 sandwich prep person. Shifts
availalbe 3-4 days a week Mon-Sat b/t 10am-
6pm, must be available during normal lunch
hours. Starting pay $6.50 and hour. Apply in
person 618 NW 60th St (behind McDonalds
on Newberry Rd.) Call 331-1253 8-31-5-14

FISH LOVERS WANTED!!
Sales opportunity for tropical fish lover.
Experience preferred. Training program.
FT/PT, flex hrs. Modern, fish-only pet store.
Work w/great people. Bring resuem to
AQUATROPICS 2100 SW 34th St. G'ville.
Attn: Karen 8-31-5-14

Waitress needed for The Harvest Moon
Cafe. Work hrs Thursday, Friday, Saturday
5-11 and Sunday 10-2. Call 352-591-2131
9-2-7-14

GIRLS CLUB HIRING PT Drivers and
Maintenance staff.
CDL must be obtained to drive. Will train. Call
for more info 373-4475 8-31-5-14

EDUCATIONAL RETAIL STORE
needs part-time help, flexible weekday hours,
plus 2-3 Saturdays per month. Please bring
in a resume to 2020 NW 6th St. 9-9-11-14

$200
We know you are smart, but can you work
independently? amarshall35@yahoo.com
9-6-8-14

HUNGRY HOWIES is now hiring.
Cash paid daily. Drivers & inside workers
needed. Flexible schedule. Full & part time
avail. Apply in person any Gainesville loca-
tion. 9-8-10-14


elp Wanted


CHILDCARE: Catch frogs, play ball and
incite art? Seeking creative person for
childcare 15 hours a week during the 2005-
6 school year for two boys, 8 and 12. Us:
organic foods, progressive politics, no TV.
Good driving skills essential. Message or fax
at 352-371-2994 8-31-5-14

PRESCHOOLASSISTANT TEACHER
Downtown preschool needs nurturing part--
time assistant teachers. Must have exp
w/young children. Excellent working environ-
ment. 376-1818 8-31-5-14

PT/FT NANNIES NEEDED
Good $ for exp: grad student welcomed.
bkgd ck: 21 REAL $ jobs avail NOW.
Noah's Ark Nanny 352-376-5008 9-8-10-14

WEBDESIGN INTERN
wanted. Must work for school credit. Call
352-316-9626 8-29-3-14

PT office help, hrs 7am-5:30pm, M-F. various
hours available. Good driving record. Exp
w/AutoCAD, Excel, Word helpful: $7.50/hr
to start. Call Wells @ 352-219-1183 or email
wells@ridgwaytruss.com, fax 352-371-3316
9-15-15-14

AutoCAD PT person. M,W,F, 7am-5:30pm.
Various hrs poss. $8/hr. Must be dependable
& good knowledge of basic AutoCAD. 1 mi
to campus. Call Wells 352-219-1183, email:
wells@ridgwaytruss.com, fax 352-371-3316
9-15-15-14

ENGLISH MAJOR GRAD STUDENT wanted
to EDIT. Small project. CASH PAID 352-562-
J985Ask for Paula 8-31-5-14

PERSONAL ASSISTANT
Energetic go-getter needed to assist a team
of busy real estate professionals part time.
Fax resume or letter of qualifications to 352-
372-6630 or email jlawcowart@hotmail.com.
8-31-5-14

SWEET JOB!! Thornebrooke Chocolates is
hiring sales assistants. PT/FT Only respon-
sible, hard-working, people-friendly people
need apply. No calls please. Apply in person.
2441 NW43rd St Ste 11B. 8-31-5-14

Part-time help wanted servers or hosts.
Prefer. students with good attitude and
reliability for lunch. Call 352-222-8293. 9-
6-9-14

PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT NEEDED.
No experience necessary. Weekends, night
sleepover-morning routine. Will not interfere
w/school. Good exp for medical field. Call
332-5810 or 376-1611 ext 4970 9-2-7-14

HERBAL MANUFAC CO opening for
CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGER. Please
fax resume to 386-462-3396 or call 386-462-
0026 8-26-2-14

YMCA Bus Drivers Needed. Must have valid
CDL and good driving record. Need to be
available from approx 12pm-5pm M-F. Apply
in person at 5201 NW 34th St. Immediate
Openings! 9-15-14-14


Taco Bell (YUM...brands!)
We are the BOLD CHOICE!!
Are You?
Come join us, today!
We offer:
Flexible schedules
Latenight availability
Multiple locations
CHAMPS recognition
Pre-Teamer Rewards
FREE MEAL incentives
Career Opportunities
Customer Maniacs
HOURLY POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
Now what do YOU offer?
You make a BOLD CHOICE
and contact us to discuss the details
with our Restaurant Gen. Managers:
Edie @ 3408 SWArcher Rd 372-0453
Michelle @ 826 W University Ave 373-2949
Martin @ 2224 NW 13th St 374-4335
Christine @7410 Newberry Rd 332-1238
Kevin @ Reitz Union location 372-1747
9-8-10-14


AM nannies! After school nannies
Tues-Thur nannies! M-W-F nannies!
14 Jobs avail immediately: Great $ for exp.
Noah's Ark Nanny: 352-376-5008 9-8-10-14


Are you having fun yet?

WE ARE!!!II!!!!!!!!!! !!!!! !!!!!!!!

If you are person that likes people, has fun,
is energetic, can take the heat, has a great
personality. Then you may be just who we
are looking for to be entertaining people as
our mascot...at TACO BELLI!!!!!!!!!!!!!

We are looking for an individual who can
make our mascot come to life and entertain
people at various events in Gainesville. This
is a fun position and offers someone an op-
portunity to utilize their skills with a top-notch
company.

For inquiries, please contact Todd Bailey @
352-379-5776, ext. 301 8-29-3-14.

FARAH'S GRILL BAR & HOOKAH LOUNGE
Now hiring all positions. Apply T-Th 2-4 only.
Exp a must. 8-30-4-14


KOTOBUKI
Now hiring. No experience required. Apply at
1702 W. University Ave. 9-1-5-14

EXP LEASING CONSULTANTS/MANAGER.
Please apply within. University Commons.
377-6700 8-31-5-14


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Oak Hammock offers a stable, consistent
work environment with steady hours, com-
petitive wages, a full benefit package and
opportunity to work in an upscale Retirement
Community. Experience preferred; but we
will train people who possess a positive
attitude.

Waitstaff-FT & PT

Performs a variety of services in the dining
room including waiting on assigned tables,
taking orders, sets tables, buses tables.

Dishwasher FT & PT

Familiarity with dishwashing equipment and
applicable sanitation guidelines.

Apply in person:
5100 SW 25th Blvd
Gainesville, Florida 32608
Oak Hammock is DFWP/EOE!
5100 SW 25th Blvd
Gainesville, Florida 32608
Oak Hammock is a DFWP/EOE!
careers@oakhammock.org
Jobline: 352-548-1180
9-8-10-14

Loving, caring person for Sunday church
nursery. Must be responsible and reliable.
Background check, references required. Call
Leslee, 378-1527 8-29-3-14

WAREHOUSE STAFF!I
PT inventory control, flexible hours. Great job
for students! Will work around class sched-
ule. Apply at Concessions Office, South
End Zone Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, next to
the Gator Sport Shop 352-375-4683 x 6500
8-31-5-14

EVENT SUPERVISORS!!
PT Supervisors needed. Days, nights, week-
ends. Flexible hours. Great-2nd job! Apply at
Concessions Office, South End Zone Ben
Hill Griffin Stadium, next to the Gator Sport
Shop 352-375-4683 x 6500 8-31-5-14

CASHIERS NEEDED!!
PT Cashiers needed. Teller Exp. Preferred.
Days, nights, weekends. Flexible hours.
Great 2nd job! apply at Concessions Office,
South End Zone Ben Hill Griffin Stadium,
next to the Gator Sport Shop 352-375-4683
x 6500 8-31-5-14

Leasing Agent/Sales
Outgoing & reliable? Great team & bonuses.
PT & FT avail. Fax res, cover & avail sched
to 376-6269 or hr@trimarkproperties.com
12-7-71-14


PM CARE HELP.
Reliable student with own car needed to drive
11 & 12 yr olds from school and activities in
Gainesville 3:30-6:30. Refs and background
check required. Tel evening 901-292-0293.
8-31-5-14



I21 Services

AAA STORAGE .
Close To UF, Convenient
4x4x4 $20/mo
4x8x8 $35/mo
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
12-7-72-15

IMPORT AUTO REPAIR.BMW, Mercedes,
Porsche, Volvo, VW, Honda, Toyota, Nissan,
Mazda. Quality craftsmanship, reasonable
prices, near UF, AAA approved 378-7830
www.carrsmith.com 12-7-72-15

HYPNOTIST-Stop smoking. Improve mem-
ory & concentration. Eliminate bad habits.,
Past life regression. Learn self-hypnosis.
Low Student Rates. Leonard Umans AAPH,
NGH certified 379-1079. 12-7-72-15

** BELLY DANCE **
Ethnic Dance Expressions Studio
-For Fun & Fitness 384-9200
www.ethnicdanceexpressions.com
12-7-72-15

HORSE BOARDING peaceful spacious
30 acres lighted arena round pens -stan-
dard & oversized- exp help.- 12x12 stalls 1-
352-472-2627 or Iv msg @ 339-2193 Owner
on premisis 35+ yrs exp. Lessons avail.
12-7-72-15

SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM
Quality Boarding 0 Lessons/English 0
Parties Alachua County's oldest & finest
horse farm 466-4060 12-7-72-15

**AUTO MALL SERVICE DEPT**
Complete Auto Service
Imports & Domestics Cars & Trucks
Discount for students. Call 352-380-0033
www.automallgainesville.com
12-7-74-15

EVERGLADE EQUESTRIAN CENTER
The countryclub for horses & owners.
Customer lounge w/full kitchen & bath. 250'
x 160' riding ring, round pen & jump pad-
dock. Lessons. 30 acres, 40 matted stalls, 19
separate paddocks. 24-hr security, 352-591-
3175 everglade-eqestrian.com 12-7-72-15

* GREAT BANNERS & SIGNS *
Custom Posters Exhibits Awards
Top Quality Fast Service Low Prices
www.signpower.com
SignMasters 335-7000
9-2-61-15

Jump start your job search at
www.college-resumes.com
12-7-72-15

* AWARDS & PERSONALIZED GIFTS *
Plaques 0 Name Badges 0 Cups 0 Etc.
Best Selection In Town
www.signpower.com
SignMasters 335-7000
9-2-61-15

ENGLISH TUTORING
English as 2nd language
Reading, Composition, Conversation
Experienced educators. Reasonable -fees.
Tel: 352-335-9400 9-30-27-15 .

FINANCE TUTOR
Individuals or small groups.
Experienced, excellent.
375-6641 Harold Nobles
12-7-72-15

Stringing If anybody can string rackets low,
EZ Tennis can string them lower. Ready in
24hrs. Express stringing avail upon request.
We have more string than all local stores
combined, please stop by or call 372-2257
10-21-42-15

Why buy mart-cheap rackets? You can
upgrade at EZ Tennis & pay less. Stop wast-
ing money. Our name is EZ and our game
is Tennis. Call them and call us. 372-2257
10-21-42-15


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Rackets Tennis Racquetball Squash
- Badmitton Table Tennis. Lowest prices in
town. EZ Tennis will gladly beat lower inter-
net prices. Call us at 372-2257 10-21-42-15

PERSONAL TRAINING 300
Personal and Group Training
Flexible Scheduling Exclusive Facility
Call for a free workout
339-2199
12-7-72-15

HORSE BOARDING
Pasture space now available. Riding rings,
round pen, large pasture, near trails. 4'`
ROCKY CREEK FARMS. 386-462-4311.
9-7-10-15
Want to be a CNA? Don't want to wait?
Express Training Services can get you certi-
fied under 3 wks! Hands-on exp, no videos.
Day/eve classes avail. Next class 9/5/05.
Class sizes limited. 338-1193 for details:
12-7-71-15

NEED GAS?
Car hot? Lose your cool!
Call Rick-I'm quick! RICK'S MOBILE AUTO
A/C, All Freons-oils, computer diagnosis
40 years experience 213-2665
12-7-71-15

MATH TUTOR 7 years of experience. B.S.
in Engineering, U.F. English/Spanish. Call
Francisco @ 352-494-8582 or 377-2526
Sliding Scale Rates. 9-8-10-15


SHealth Services


,URGENT CARE/WALK-IN MEDICAL
New Location Students NoAppt Needed!
FIRST CARE OF GAINESVILLE
4343 Newberry Rd. #10, 373-2340
Most Ins Accepted, Hours M-F 8am-6pm
12-7-72-16

ABORTION/ABORTION by PILL (RU-486)
IV sedation, Student Discount.
Well Woman Care & Birth Control
Bread & Roses Women's Health Ctr
352-372-1664.
12-7-72-16

AFFORDABLE DENTAL PLAN
Save up to 80%. Go to: www.health4u.biz or
call 352-376-9960. 8-31-14-16

Best rates on student major medical insur-
ance from Fortis Assurant Health, the #1
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Busy summer for volley stars


By DAN TREAT
Alligator Writer

While their teammates were
spending the summer at home
or toiling in the sweltering
Gainesville sun, a trio of UF vol-
leyball players spent their time
jet- setting around the world to
face the strongest competition
on the planet.
Sophomore Marcie Hampton
competed for the U.S. National
Team at the Montreux Volley
Masters in Switzerland and for
the Junior National Team at
the U-20 World Championships
in Turkey, while senior Jane
Collymore played for the nation-
al team at both the World Grand
Prix and the Pan American Cup.
Collymore was the starting
outside hitter and was a team-
mate of fellow UF player Angie
McGinnis at the Pan Am.
"There's nothing we can do
on campus that comes clos6
to equating to that," UF coach
Mary Wise said. "In the world
of volleyball there aren't the
summer leagues that baseball
has. I think the analogy would
be closer to football. It's hard for
football players to get game-like


experience in the summer. For
our players, it has to happen at
the highest levels internation-
ally."

""Yes it was [rowdier],"
Hampton said. "Especially
against the USA team, be-
cause no one likes us, so
they were a lot louder."
Marcie Hampton
UF outside hitter


Collymore won what Wise
called the "Frequent Flyer
Award," after competing in the
Dominican Republic, China and
Korea during the summer, and
was a major factor in the United
States' fourth place finish at the
Pan-American Cup, including
a 14-kill effort in a quarterfinal
victory against former UF star
Aury Cruz's Puerto Rico squad.
"It was amazing," Collymore
said. "I just feel very fortunate
that I had the opportunity to
play with the best volleyball
players in the world and to see
such great and amazing culture
while I was at it."
Culture was a major part of


Gainesville native Hampton's
experiences. After playing
alongside three Olympians in
the Montreux Volley Masters
in June, Hampton was the cap-
tain of the U.S. Junior National
team during the U-20 World
Championships in Turkey.
Although Hampton admit-
ted that volleyball is far more
popular internationally than it
is stateside, the crowds were
particularly boisterous when
her team took the court.
"Yes it was [rowdier],"
Hampton said. "Especially
against the USA team, because
no one likes us, so they were a
lot louder."
With Turkey's proximity to
the Middle East and the general
perception of the United States
in that area, Hampton's team,
which scored an upset against
Japan during the tournament,
traveled with a heavy security
detail.
"We always had, like, three
security guards with us every-
where we went," Hampton said.
"The gym was filled with police,
so there was a lot of security
over there. They took good care
of us."


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UF FOOTBALL RECRUITING

Gators receive 9 commitments for 2006 season


* MEYER HAS BEEN RELOADING FOR THE FUTURE
SINCE APRIL.

By BLAKE BONSACK
Alligator Writer

Although the 2005 football season has yet to begin, UF
coach Urban Meyer can't help but think about 2006.
While no official letter of intent can be signed until Feb.
1, 1'he Gators have already accumulated nine verbal commit-
ments from current high school seniors.
The Gators received their first commitment in early April
from Fort Myers running back prospect Chevon Walker.
At 5-foot-lO, 185 pounds, Walker is one of the state's more
highly touted running backs. The UF coaching staff will likely
sign one or two more tailbacks.
The next commitment came from Stephenville, Texas quar-
terback Jevan Snead.
Snead will graduate from high school in December and
looks to join an already talented and deep group of passers
including juniors Chris Leak and Gavin Dickey and freshmen
Cornelius Ingram and Josh Portis.
As a 6-foot-3, 205-pound junior, Snead completed 184 passes
for 3025 yards, 28 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
Critical to Meyer's spread option offense, Snead also exhib-
ited his ability to run the ball, gaining 525 yards and 14 touch-
downs on 108 carries.
"With the system that [UF's] going to run it's paramount
that they get a guy that fits that system," scout.com recruiting


analyst Jamie Newberg said. "I think Snead is a good fit based
on what I know so far very smart, can run, can throw. He's
the No. 2 rated quarterback in Texas."
Perhaps the most momentous of the commits was Durham,
N.C. offensive line prospect Carl Johnson.
Johnson, at 6-foot-5, 348 pounds, is regarded as one of the
top recruits in the nation. With four starting offensive linemen
graduating from UF following this season, he could compete
for-early playing time.
On the other side of the line, the Gators received commit-
ments from defensive line prospects and lifelong Gators fans
Terron Sanders and Corey Hobbs.
At 6-foot-2, 295 pounds and 6-foot-3, 310 pounds respec-
tively, Sanders and Hobbs could fill the need for powerful run-
stuffing defensive lineman to compliment the UF defense's
aggressive style.
After failing to sign any defensive linemen in the 2005 class,
the need has become even more crucial. The Gators will likely
sign two to three more defensivelinemen for the 2006 class.
With juniors Marcus Thomas, Ray McDonald, Joe Cohen,
Steven Harris and senior Jeremy Mincey nearing graduation,
this group should see playing time early on.
Markihe Anderson, a 5-foot-10, 172-pound defensive back
prospect from Fort Myers also verbally committed.
Though relatively obscure to most national and regional at-
tehtion, Anderson earned a scholarship offer after impressing
the UF coaching staff with his performance at summer camps
earlier this month. Anderson predominately played wide
receiver through the first two. years of high school and only


recently converted to his new position.
The Gators also added a linebacker, Jasper native Dustin
Doe. The 6-foot, 206-pound prospect is regarded as a supreme
athlete with exceptional speed and strength who plays on both
sides of the ball.
Most recently, the Gators received commitments from
Fayetteville, Ark. prospects and teammates Ben Cleveland and
Damian Williams.
Cleveland, at 6-foot-4, 230 pounds, is an athletic pass-catch-
ing tight end much in the same mold as current UF starter Tate
Casey and should fill the team's need for a large possession
receiver who can create mismatches with his size and speed.
Williams, at 6-foot-i, 180 pounds, is the first commitment
in what is anticipated to be one of the top receiver classes of
the year.
By the Feb. 1 national signing day, Meyer will look to sign 25
to 30 recruits to scholarships.

/ '06 Verbal Commitments
Markihe Anderson CB Fort Meyers 5-10, 175
Ben Cleveland TE Springdale, Ark. 6-5, 235
Dustin Doe LB Jasper 6-0, 209
Corey Hobbs DT Oviedo 6-5,310
SCarl Johnson OL Durham, N.C. 6-6, 335
Terron Sanders DT Bradenton 6-2, 298
Jevan Snead QB Stephenville, Texas 6-3, 195
Chevon Walker RB Fort Meyers 5-11, 185
SDamian Williams WR Springdale, Ark. 6-0, 177 2
Michelle Stewart / Alligator Staff


Zook not accepting failure at UF, blames unrealistic expectations


In Gainesville, it's the most ob-
scene four-letter word ending
in "K."
Zook.
I know that still must sting a
little for all of you seniors robbed
three years worth of victory celebra-
tions in Atlanta, New Orleans and
beyond.
-nut don't blame the Zooker. No,
no. You, the students, the alumni,
the boosters, the administration, the
players, you were to blame.
That's right, everyone was at
fault for UF's three-year vaca-
tion from the national spotlight.
Everyone, that is, except Ron Zook
himself.
Ever the busy beaver, Zook, now
the coach at Illinois, found time
between conning recruits and toss-
ing the opening pitch at Wrigley

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Field to make his Big 10 debut at the
conference's football media days in -
Chicago on July 31. And the not-so-
smooth operator wasted no time in
making his new press buddies fully
aware of his martyrdom at UE
"I think that maybe in Florida
the expectations were a little out of
sync where they were talent wise,"
Zook said. "And I think that here in
Illinois, our talent level might be bet-
ter than the expectations here. That
might be a little more convenient for
our players here as well."
Well, I should hope there would
be slightly lower standards for a
school that has gone 4-19 and 1-15
in conference play during the past
two seasons.
But shame on all of you over-
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the poor guy.
What were
you think-
ing?
Just
remember
Bryan App where UF
App-etite was just
App e before Zook
for Receptions took the
bapp@alligator.org helm.- It was
SJanuary 2,
2002, and the Gators wrapped up a
measly 10-2 season with a 56-23 de-
feat of Maryland, claiming the No. 3
spot in the final AP poll.
Seven days later, Zook inherited
a team in disarray. What was he to
do with all the talentless hacks Rex
Grossman, Taylor Jacobs, Earnest
Graham with whom the 01' Ball
Coach left Zook.


But let's entertain the guy.
Fine Ron. Sure, the "cupboard"
was bare. How does that argument
possibly benefit his image?
In 2002, Zook robbed Grossman
of a Heisman en route to an 8-5
(6-2 Southeastern Conference)
season, capped with a 38-30 loss to
Michigan.
He maintained the mediocrity
with another 8-5 record in '03, high-
lighted by a 37-17 trouncing cour-
tesy of Iowa. At least he's already
accustomed to getting spanked by
the Big 10. By 2004, even with all of
his masterful recruiting and really
the guy should be in sales Zook
slumped to 7-4 overall (not counting
the Peach Bowl loss to Miami) and 4-
4 in the SEC. But even with a loss to
Mississippi State, I know, the team
was "getting better."


Zook's glass is always half-full.
"It's a lot easier when you stay
.positive, when the players hear
some positive things instead of con-
stantly negative things," said Zook
at the press conference. "That's why
you hear so many positive things
down there [at UF] now. They're try-
ing to spin it back the other way."
I would say, however, that "they"
are excited about watching a compe-
tent football coach in action for a
change. But hate him or love him,
we'll all miss his zingers.
"We're two hours from 8 million
people. We're two and a half hours
from 3 million people," said Zook
of Illinois' centralized location for
recruiting. "I mean, we got a bunch
of people around here."
Genius, Ron. Genius.
That's our Zook.


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UF FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK

Defense 'growing up' while filling in for injured stars


By LOUIS ANASTASIS
Alligator Staff Writer
lanastasis@alligator.org

Burnouts.
Brian Crum, Steven Harris and
Vernell Brown were just three of a
number of defensive players who
had all but staked claim to the burn-
out label. They arrived to campus as
studs but almost became duds.
Yet now, just nine days before the
Gators play Wyoming, these same
players seem to be headlining an
improved defense. So what gives?
"I think it's just growing up,"
UF coach Urban Meyer said. "A lot
of times guys who haven't played
much will show up as juniors. That's
what [Crum] is. I think he's been
challenged and he's been put in a
position where he has to play and I
think he's a good kid that wants to
help the Gators."
Crum, Harris and Brown have
had no choice but to step up con-
sidering the number of injuries the
defense has suffered. Of the three,
however, Harris seems to have im-
proved the most.
Harris, now a redshirt junior, fig-
ures to play as much as anyone on a
solid UF defensive line.
"Here's a kid that came in here
at 212 pounds and now he's got
himself up to 280 pounds," co-de-
fensive coordinator Greg Mattison
said. "Kids don't come -in and play
good at 212 but when they get the
experience and keep battling, you
never know."
Crum, a redshirt junior, should


Tim Case\ Alligator Staff
After shuffling from tight end to linebacker while seeing little action on the field, Brian Crum and several
other former benchwarmers are earning favor with UF's new coaching staff.


play plenty at linebacker, while the
undersized Brown will start at cor-
nerback.

Nelson Returns
Just when it seemed like corner-
back Reggie Nelson's staph infec-


tion might doom the Gators' sec-
ondary against Wyoming, the junior
returned to practice in a limited role
Wednesday. Still, after seeing the
heralded transfer miss eight consec-
utive days of contact drills, Meyer
will bring Nelson back slowly.


"He just hasn't played at this lev-
el in forever, but he's a gifted guy,"
Meyer said. "Gifted people usually
make up [time] quicker."
Nelson was supposed to
enroll at UF two years ago, but
academic woes forced him to attend


Coffeyville Community College in
Kansas.
Now, Nelson is trying to earn a
backup cornerback spot. If every-
thing goes right for the junior, he
could even vie for a starting job at
some point this season.

Still up for Grabs
Meyer is waiting. And waiting.
And-waiting.
As the Gators drew another
day closer to Wyoming, DeShawn
Wynn, Skyler Thornton and
Markus Manson continued butting
legs, but none have taken control of
the coveted starting tailback job.
"They've all shown signs of
being pretty good players, but no
one's taking the job yet," Meyer
said.

This and that
Players attended their first class-
es Wednesday, and despite Meyer's
strict tab on attendance, there was
little concern about whether play-
ers will respect it.
"Hopefully we're beyond that,"
Meyer said. "We're getting ready to
play in nine days and I think they
know they need to go to class."
Offensive lineman Randy Hand
left practice because of a bone
bruise in his knee.
Cornerback Dee Webb sat out
another practice because of a sepa-
rated left shoulder.
The linebacker stock remains
thin as Earl Everett, Brandon Siler
and Todd McCullough continue
nursing injuries.


Gators prove that short kicks make the difference in the long run


Urban Meyer's first season at UF is
about to start, and there are many
unanswered questions.
Of course, there are some that have been
asked a billion times, like, "Can Chris Leak
run this offense?"'
But one of the largest question marks
heading into this season is the uncertainty
hovering over UF's kicking game right now.
Freshman Jonathan Phillips was given a
scholarship with the idea that he would step
in and replace Matt Leach, UF's kicker for
the past two seasons.
I know what you're thinking: Who cares
about kickers? They're barely on the team.
Even Phillips himself was surprised
when anyone wanted to interview him at
UF's media day.
Here's where this needs to be cleared


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up. The kicking game may be a mess this
season. Meyer himself said it is a "big-time
concern."
Phillips is pretty much out of contention,
Meyer said.
"I thought he would take the job or com-
pete for the-job, and he acts like a freshman,"
Meyer said. "He's got talent, he just has to
grow up a little bit."
That leaves walk-ons Chris Hetland and
Eric Nappy competing for the job. I haven't
-seen enough of either recently because prac-
tice has been closed, but it is disconcerting
that neither one of them has ever kicked a
field goal in a college game.
Here's how important the kicking game
can be. Five Gators games in the past two
seasons have been directly affected by a field
goal. Here they are:


0 Billy Donovan received a 2006
commitment on Wednesday. Bran-
don Powell, a 6-foot-4, 190 pound
guard verbally agreed to play for
the UF men's basketball team.


*Kentucky, 2003:
UF wins 24-21. Matt
Leach was 1-for-2.
Had he not made the
field goal earlier in
lan Fisher the game, it would've
Extra lannings gone into overtime.
*Ole Miss, 2003: UF
ifisher@alligator.org *Ole Miss, 2003: UF
loses 20-17 the week
after Kentucky. Leach
missed a 37-yarder in the third quarter. Had
he made it, this also would've been an over-
time game.
*Georgia, 2003: In a 16-13 UF win that
featured only one touchdown by each team,
this game rested squarely on the kickers'
feet. Leach hit three, while Georgia's Billy
Bennett hit two, missing one early to even-
tually lose the game.


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*South Carolina, 2003: Leach made his
only field goal attempt. UF won 24-22. Had
he missed it, UF would've lost.
*Tennessee, 2004: How could we forget
this one? Leach missed his only attempt, a
21-yard chip shot. The Vols' James Wilhoit
made a 50-yarder to win the game 30-28.
Had Leach made his, UF would've been up
31-27 at the time and the Vols would've had
to have scored a touchdown.
That's five out of 25 games. The numbers
speak for themselves.
When Meyer was asked if Phillips' prob-
lem was with consistency, he replied with an
obvious answer.
"He's struggling kicking the ball through
[the uprights]," Meyer said.
It sounds so simple, yet it could be a big-
problem this season




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30, ALLIGATOR E THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2005


Lee shows Drejer no mercy


By ANDREW ABRAMSON
Alligator Staff Writer
July 11, 2005

Call it motivation or call it a
talent differential, but David Lee
showed no mercy to former UF
teammate Christian Drejer on
July 11.
In their first meeting since
Drejer deserted the Gators and
his best friend Lee in the mid-
dle of the 2004 season to play in
Europe, the two met up in the
NBA Summer League.
Lee, the final pick of the first
round for New York, and Drejer,
attempting to make New Jersey's
roster as a free agent, met in Las
Vegas.
Lee had his best performance
of the summer in New York's 86-
74 victory, scoring 19 points with
eight rebounds on 5-of-6 shooting
in 33 minutes.
Drejer, whom UF coach Billy
Donovan once called the best
player he ever saw in practice,
scored just four points in 16 min-
utes.
"It was weird," Lee said. "I
ended up doing a pretty good job
on him. It was disappointing the
way it ended for him. Really, he
was a pretty good kid that made a
dumb decision to leave."
Lee said Drejer approached


him before the game, but all is not
forgotten.
"He was under the impression
that we could just pick up where
we left off after two years," Lee
said. "I wasn't really feeling, it
and the conversation was pretty
minimal.

"I guarded him the whole
game. He (Drejer) was
struggling a little bit, and
it's just interesting how
things ended up coming
full circle."
David Lee
New York Knicks forward
on former UF teammate Christian Drejer.

"I talked to him a little bit, but
I was a little short with him. It
wasn't too much of a conversa-
tion, but it was nothing hostile."
With Lee playing small for-
ward throughout the night, Drejer
and Lee were matched up against
each other. It was no competition.
"I guarded him the whole
game," Lee said. "He was strug-
gling a little bit, and it's just
interesting how things ended up
coming full circle.
"For a guy like him to [leave
the Gators] and now he's strug-
gling to make it over here... It was


a strange situation guarding him
tonight after all we went throtigh
with him leaving. My feelings are
that I'm a guy that went through
it right, and I fully support the
Gator program."
Lee has continued to excel in
the summer leagues, while Drejer
has tanked.
Prior to the July 11th game,
Lee was averaging 11 points and
seven rebounds per game while
shooting 40 percent from the field
in 20 minutes.
Drejer, meanwhile, was scor-
ing just three points per game and
two rebounds, shooting 23 percent
from the field in 20 minutes.
Lee said that playing small
forward is helping his game, and
he fully intends to be part of the
Knicks rotation come November.
"I played all three tonight and
I've been going back and forth,"
Lee said. "That's going to be a
huge advantage for me to play
two positions.
"The biggest thing for me is
bringing energy. When that hap-
pens, good things start happening
just like they did at Florida. I bring
a lot of energy and athleticism and
things tend to go my way. That's
what I've been doing here and the
coaches have been really happy
with my effort and good results."


South Carolina faces an additional year of probation


STAFF REPORT

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier will
face additional season handcuffed by sanc-
tions after the NCAA added an extra year
to South Carolina's self-imposed two years'
probation on Wednesday.
Responding to 10 infractions commit-
ted under former Coach Lou' Holtz, South
Carolina had already taken away four schol-
arships from the football program during the
next two years and reduced by 12 the number
of paid on-campus visits by recruits.
"We are satisfied with the results,"


Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier said. "We
appreciate the NCAA basically agreeing with
our proposal. For the next couple of years, we
will only have 83 players on scholarship."
The NCAA will also require the school to
forward an infractions report to its regional
accrediting agency and imposed a four-year
show cause order should former South
Carolina administrator Tom Perry try for em-
ployment at another athletic department.
Perry, an ex-senior associate athletic direc-
tor for academic support services, was at the
center of the most serious violations. The re-
port found Perry arranged for impermissible


tutoring help during the summer of 2001 for
two prospective players
who were coming from
two-year colleges. After the
incident was self-reported,
Perry declared the athletes
ineligible and made the
players make restitution for
the tutoring.
The Associated Press
Spurrier contributed to this report.

UF GOLFERS ADVANCE:After recording the
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the amateur ranks this time with some fa-
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Every and teammate Brett Stegmaier ad-
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at the U.S. Amateur Championship after cap-
turing wins on Wednesday
Every advanced with a strong outing,
defeating George Bryan of Columbia, S.C. 4-
and-3, and Stegmaier defeated Brian Carroll of
Crystal Lake, Ill. 6-and-5.
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Thi ,- Ih.il dl..ins flilrom the m.:iini i mnt, i -
iu o' i'ct.tcci L IF Pri.-hiin t B, m,:- Al,:lich ,' ,id
..Alh.iih-r f,,rt tditol .4 dewa' .AbraiucOl

AA Should there be a plain otf in college
tootball'
BM I think there should I think the idea
that we iwolldn t go to a pla ott because it
would mean another game is not exactly
talu\ When \ou look at how many teams
our baseball team pla\ ed. the', played close
to .nI gam-s this ;.ar Look at the basketball
team the', played 35 or 41) .games So the
piobitem is the bowl -\ ,stem and ho\\ viou
u-itecgtrate the bowl sI-.item t ith a plaoff,
gam, e but it can be cdone 1 think it will be
done because obviously the BCS \ stnim-
ei en the newe-t integration of it-is not go-
ing to a ork S.oner ir later i.-e're going to
ha\ e to- come up i' 'th a pla\ ott s\ stem.

.A\ So \%ou do -ee a pla. ott -\stente\-
-irting sometime in the future'
BM-N I do I'm in the detnite minor-
ih nov. When I meet ith other college
pre-ideints the o\ erwheielnmune niajorit, do
not w antt to entertain the notion of a plav~ift
.ystem. but in m\ opinion it wiil come

A \Wh y do. \-ou think the other pre-.-
dent- dcon t want a playott'
BM. I think logic would -ay it w hat .we
ought to do I think I'm being local and I
don t think they are so. it's hard for me to
figure it out I tlink man\ ot them like the
status- quo. The bend that the\ ve made to
tri- to incorporate with the non-BCS schooL-
ith this one-over game they're adding is
lust not going to nwork

AA The e\tra game didn t really change
an thing did it'
BM No. The bowL- are really oromed
about it too because they don t think it s
going to i work either I think -ooner or later
we'll have a pla, off

AA Do \ou thLnk it should be a tour-
tean', -r eight-team play\ott'


IsI with

Bernie

Machen


BM \Wait I m not an ,.pert. I
lust think we could figure out a wa a' to have
a pla!yoft s-\stem that works through the.
bowls and gets the students- back in class
in earl\ lanuar' I lust don't think that's -,o
ditticult to accomplish.

.L-\ Whait will it take to change it"
BM A couple more tadures \'ith the
BCS -\ tern

AA Getting oft the plawotf issue. nu-
merous iundercla-,nimn in college basket-
ball. including Matt \\alsh and Anthon\'
Rotber-on went to the NBA Draft and
'weren t -elected. Nowi these athlete- can-
not return to college athletics. What are
\ ur thoughts on kids lea% ing school early
to pla', pro sports?
BM If you have some certainmt about
what '.our future is going to be. and iou
can be a first round pick just g. en the
mnancial ;ecurity that goes along with that
[It's understandablel. So unless you're a
guaranteedj hrst round choice I think
\ i.O cLught to stay in college. Look at Dav\id
Lee. He staved here for four ,\ears he did it
right he became a better player. he gradu-
ated and he squeaked into the tir-t rownd
i ith a guaranteed contract with the Newt
lork Knlcks I think we ought to look at
David Lee wav to go as the wa\ we ought
to make it -work tor our student athletes-

A \ Do ,,. u think it's a larger problem
that these student-athletes are recel. ing
advice from all ic, er'
BMN I don t know who's feeding the;e
people but a lot ot people commented that
there s no wav that I\alsh and Robers-on
were going to go in the hirst round. no
ia\- It was lust common talk and vet the\
-eemed to think the,' had a chance at go-
ing. ;-. they went. W\it are they going to
be doing' It the-\-'re lucky the\ re going to
be playing in the developmental league
for a pro team and it that doesn't work
the\ 're going to be playing n Europe. IWhi
u wouldn't it be better t.. be plai-mg for the
i'n.ver-sit of Florida completing your col-


lege degree. and then go up for the draft
ne\t \ear'

.A\ And Florida would ha\e been
awtully good next ,ear .-th Vals-h and
Roberson
BMI With those hto guys. \,with the
lung players ie've got it would ha% e
been a great place for them to get better and
show their stuft

AA I think there's a minduset going on
that if '1.iL -taL for a senior ear, your game
i1 going t. crhitized
BM eah I read that it hurtL \ ou to sla\
ourI -enuor ', eTr, and I don't believe that
David Lee's a good example ot \\h\h that
lust i-n't true

.A-L 'lou're Lurrotuded by, big-lime ic'l-
lege athleetli. so .i hat do -,ou think makes
college sport- better than the pros, or vice
versa'
BI I don't even enoy \watching pro,
football or pro basketball anmrore. It's the
team concept that makes the ditterence
It's playing together for a univer-sit\ with
a lot of emotions Thle ,amne is -wat it'-s all
about not the indi. idual thing. II's even
more prevalent today in women'- sports.
it you watch the i\omen's sotiball tea-ms
or the women c volllleball games or -occer
games. you set team sporL- at its \ery best
Pro spor t are too much ot a business. There
are some great athletes as idividuals. Look
at the teams that are doing well it's kincd of
attirmnng to see that the two best teams in
pro basketball are eanms-San Antonio and
Detroit Teams that have a bunch of stars
that pla% as indi.-iduals can t make it to the
end of the season

AA When 'oU arrived ri Gaine-ville,
i\ere you sutrprised at the'enthtLIsasm sur-
rounding LUF s-ports'
BM W\ell actually. I knew it vas one
ot the top overall programs in the country.
I measure that not so, much bv football
widich a lot of :dicools have but b\ the
depth of the program especiall\ women s
sports I i.as -er. impre-sed conung in
bv the quahv ofi the -swiumming and dl\ -
ing team the wionmen'-s _-.ocicer team the
g ninastics tean arid the i olle\ball team
Women s basketball had a rough go. but I
knei\ it iwa a good program.

.AA W\hat about just the overall fan sup-


port' 6UJ.000 tans sho\\ ing up to a spring
game that'- a lot
BMN I'\e never seen anythingg like it At
most places-ncluding NMichigan, wil'chi is
a pretty fair football school--ne'er wiuldd,
spring sports and the spring game have the
kind of attraction that it does here Mans
schooLs are doing away \ilth the spring
game Obtvouslv that wouldn't work here
given the tan interest in making it happen
But I realized a number of things. First. last
fall going through a coaching search with
all the help that I received. I reached there's ;.
a lot of people pa\ ing attention to what t
going on i ith football And generally once
Coach Meyer came and seeing the enthusi-
asm outpour for him. I realhued we were in
a different place

AA- In Da is:on 1-A college football
there are onl, four .Arican-.Anenc.anr cur-
rently sier-ing as head coaches Dio \ou see
diveisih, still being a pnrblem in college
sport-.'
BM. it sure is. It's a problem in ura er-
sibes like ours, an\- ,a\ Our problem is
we are o.nly going to hire someone vwho's
already, a head coach It's not pos--ible to be
able to come into this job in football ith-
out prior head-coaching experience When
you look at the DEv vision 1 and Diasion I
school- that have Afican-Amenican head
coaches there are none \Ve looked hard to
find a pool. There i as one Hisparic coach
and one African-American coach but the'
lust [didn t have the e\penencel. ,So we
hav e to do more to develop better coaches.
I think Charlie Strong' going to be a great
coach My greatest fear is that he's going to
be a head coach too soon He's read\ I iust
don t itant him to go Charhe Strong is a
fabulous individual and a great coach Hc's
going to be a head coach I think that w ill be
to Florida credit when he moves. on and
becomes a Dni-sion I head coach

.AA Is it a problem that i ill tix itself
o\er time'
BM- No. I think it going to take con-
stant pressure to make sure that there's an
emphasis on developing Aincan-Amencan
coaches I know leremy [Foley] i would loi e
to hire Aincan-Amencan coaices when he
can The problem is that the level in i which
we're recruiting w.e lust don't have a teeder
s\-stem that makes that possible That'-
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