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Officials entice alumni to donate


By JUSTIN RICHARDS
Alligator Writer
jrichards@alligator.org
UF officials are coaxing and courting
their way through the third and most ambi-
tious fundraising campaign in the university's
history.
Officials have kept the campaign


quiet since it began July 1 and will
continue to do so until they obtain a
large chunk of their $1.2 billion goal.
They call this period the "private phase," dur-
ing which they quietly collect millions in do-
nations. When the number gets high enough,
they will announce the campaign publicly
- usually at a swanky gala with hopes
that the money in the pot will encourage even


bigger gifts.
"It's a 'climb on the winning team' kind of
philosophy," said Paul Robell, UF's vice presi-
dent for development and alumni affairs.
Development is university
S ecial jargon for fundraising.
Report Officials say more money will
mean more faculty, new facilities
and high-end technology.
Robell heads the University of Florida
Foundation, a private, nonprofit branch


of UF that raises money for the university.
Foundation money, which largely comes from
wealthy alumni, supplements UF's state fund-
ing and low-tuition income.
"If we just had the tuition and state [funds],
we could run the university. Would it be an
excellent university? No," Robell said.
UF was recently named the second best
bargain in the nation by Kiplinger's Personal
Finance Magazine. Its annual tuition is thou-
SEE DONATIONS, PAGE 9


Casey Lawson / Alligator
Jack Hanna's colleague introduces the palm civet as Hanna speaks about the animal, which is related to the
mongoose, at SFCC on Monday night.


Hanna a huge hit with vet students


By RACHEL ANDERSON
Alligator Contributing Writer
Nothing made him flinch. Not a wild
dog, not a full-grown cheetah, not even
David, the Brazilian armadillo bred on
David Letterman's desk.
"Next time you're out here on the in-
terstate going 75," he said, "think about


a cheetah passing you because that's
what they can do."
Popular television
Santa Fe host Jack Hanna,
Community known as "Jungle
College Jack," came to SFCC
on Monday night,
accompanied by a
variety of exotic animals.
Hanna's visit was a treat for hun-


dreds of UF and SFCC veterinary
students, an appearance made pos-
sible through the joint efforts of Santa
Fe's Teaching Zoo, UF's College of
Veterinary Medicine and three veteri-
nary student organizations at UF.
A highly experienced animal han-
dler, author, speaker and the director
SEE HANNA, PAGE 8


SG ELECTIONS


Siler sides


with Unite
By LYNDSEY LEWIS
Alligator Writer
Ilewis@alligator.org
A law student, a linebacker and Lola are making
a bid to unite UF.
The Unite Party unveiled its complete execu-
tive ticket Monday night, eschewing the traditional
announcement rally in favor of a late-night press
release.
Gators linebacker Brandon Siler and Student
Sen. Lola Bovell will round out Unite's executive
ticket, which is headed by Sen. Jared Hemandez as
the party's candidate for Student Body president.
If elected, the trio will control nearly $12 million
in student money
Siler will be running for Student Body vice presi-
dent, while Bovell will make a bid for Student Body
treasurer.
Siler, who has a 3.8 grade point average and is
captain of the Gators football team, said in a press
release that Unite's campaign is not based on his
celebrity.
"This is not just about being a recognizable
name," Siler said in the release. "This is about mark-
ing the end of politics as usual."
He could not be reached for comment Monday
night.
Siler was a former Student Body vice presidential
candidate on the Team: Most Valuable Party ticket,
which is now working with Unite.
MVP chairwoman Andrea Guttag said, "The
only reason we did decide to get together with
Unite is because it didn't make sense to split hairs
SEE UNITE, PAGE 8


* After missing just
six games following
a bicycle accident,
Lee Humphrey came
off the bench in the
Gators' win against
Kentucky. Humphrey
spoke for the first
time since his ac-
cident on Monday.
See story, pg. 22.


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apply to run
in the Student
Government
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LOCAL
Development projects to
focus on UF and SFCC area
Future development efforts in
Gainesville will be focused around
UF and SFCC, a group of city
commissioners and staff decided
Monday.
At a committee meeting, they
defined a boundary the "in-
novation zone" outlining the
area where the city will focus its
development efforts.
The zone include- Shands
HealthCare onry Archer Road,
downtown Gainesville, the
southeast, corer of UF and East
Gainesville, including the UF cam-
pus on Waldo Road.
City Commissioner Warren
Neilsen said it's important to cre-
ate a "vibrant urbanism" to attract
people to Gainesville.


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"It's very difficult to get
young professionals from, let's
say. Orlando, Tampa and Atlanta
to come to Gainesville," Neilsen
said.
iSeveral commissioners said
an important step in revitalizing
the city is encouraging business
to build on vacant lots.
"There are a lot of properties
vacant, dearly waiting for the
next big thing," Mayor Pegeen
Hanrahan said. But she admitted
the high cost of land around UF
could be a problem.


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And although the.city is taking
steps to promote economic devel-
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to move forward, too, said Erik
Bredfeldt, Gainesville economic
development director.
"The city can't do it all," he
said.
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Jeopardy game educates students on Islamic faith


By BRITTANY DAVIS
Alligator Contributing Writer

Islam in Gainesville for $500,
please.
Islam on Campus hosted a
game of Jeopardy at the Orange
& Brew on Monday evening, with
questions designed to educate
Muslims and non-Muslims alike
about the Islamic faith.
"We have people from
all different cultures. It's
critical for us to educate
ourselves as well as the
general body."
Omar Ishaq
Islam on Campus
public relations chairman


"The questions cover basic
knowledge of the Islamic faith,".
said host Aziz Zeinomar, the Alex
Trebek of the event. "We tried to
make them general so everybody
could answer them."
Every year Islam on Campus
hosts a number of activities to help
raise awareness about Islam, said
-Hajer Abdul-Rahim, president of
the organization.
"We wanted to do something
new and try to bring awareness
about Islam through entertain-


ment," she said. "The reason
we are holding the event at the
Orange & Brew is because we
want to attract both Muslims and
non-Muslims.".
The game consisted of two
rounds, and two members com-
posed each team. Two of. the four
teams competed against each other
at a time, and the teams changed
each round. About 50 students at-
tended.
Jeopardy categories were
shown on a screen from an over-
head projector. These included
Prophet Muhammad, Other
Prophets, Islam in Gainesville,
Islam-Worldwide, Famous Women
and Companions of the Prophet.
Two of the humorous categories
included IOC Potpourri, which
asked questions about members of
Islam on Campus, and Questions
Even Omar Ishaq Knows, poking
fun at the organization's public
relations chairman.
Raising awareness about Islam
and providing fellowship for the
Muslim community at UF are pri-
mary goals for Islam on Campus.
Sakil Hossain, one of the event
organizers, said Islam is a peaceful
and open religion, and Islam on
Campus tries to show that there
is a difference between what is
portrayed by the media and what
Islam teaches.


"Religion moves people in dif-
ferent ways," he said. "We aren't
trying to convert people, we just
want to contact people on a per-
sonal level."
The goal of Islam on Campus is


to raise awareness about Islam and
provide fellowship for the Muslim
community at UF.
The group hosts a variety of
events every year and welcomes
students of all backgrounds. There


are 120 active members, according
to the organization's Web site.
"We have people from all dif-
ferent cultures," Ishaq said. "It's
critical for us to educate ourselves
as well as the general body."


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4, ALLIGATOR U TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7,2006


LOCAL

Scalper hits UF employee


By STEPHANIE RODRIGUEZ
Alligator Writer
srodriguez@alligator.org
A UF employee jumped and held on
to the hood of a moving car after a ticket
scalper tried to cheat him out of $100
early Sunday.
Leonard Charles Rushing was arrest-
ed for trying to sell UF employee Donnie
Leejr Ryles an event ticket, driving off
with the money and punching him in the
face, according to an arrest report. It was
unclear what event the ticket was for.
Ryles tried to purchase a $40 ticket
from Rushing and handed him a $100 bill
near 400 W University Ave., according to
the report.
"This.crime was poorly thought out,
poorly planned, poorly executed, and
now there's someone else in jail," said
Gainesville Police spokesman Sgt. Keith
Kameg.,
Ryles got minor scrapes on his knees
when he held on to the.car as 20-year-old
Rushing drove for two blocks.
After stopping the car, Rushing got


out and punched Ryles in the nose, ac-
cording to the report. Rushing then ran.
away, but was easily spotted because he
was only wearing jeans, Kameg said.
"You should never open your
wallet to someone you don't
know. This is a crime where any-
thing could have happened."
Sgt. Keith Kameg
GPD spokesman

He was arrested six blocks away
from GPD headquarters.
"He committed a crime where
there were 20 GPD officials around
the corer," Kameg said. "He wasn't
the brightest criminal that we've dealt
with."
Kameg said that Ryles was lucky not
to have been seriously hurt.
"You should never open your wallet
to someone you don't know," Kameg
said. "This is a crime where anything
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Crisis Center helps thousands


By DAVID COHEN
Alligator Writer
dcohen@alligator.org

Students put potato chips around
their beds. They crammed into apart-
ments 12 at a time.
They went home every weekend,
and some just left UE.
In August 1990, five students were
murdered by Danny Rolling, known to
many as the "Gainesville Ripper."
"There was panic spreading upon
Gainesville," said Dana Myers, train-
ing coordinator for the Alachua County
Crisis Center, who was a UF freshman
at the time. "Classes were cancelled for
a period of time. I went home. That's
what all my friends were doing."
At 17, Myers hesitated to go
outside. She didn't know what was
considered overreacting.
Rob Lotzkar, a 20-year veteran
and volunteer coordinator at the
center, said he went to Williamsburg
Apartments to explain the situation
to students.
"It was obvious that it had been
two -murders there," he said. "It was
the day before school started. A lot
of kids were pulled from school. The
parents didn't want them up here. It
got to be worse and worse as the week
went on."
He said students put empty beer
cans at the door so they knew when
it opened.
"No, they weren't going crazy, and
they weren't doing silly things," he
said. "It was a terrible time, but it was
also incredibly sad. It's not quite the
horrible thing to go to a counselor. It
doesn't mean you're crazy."
For most, it was terrifying. For the


Crisis Center, it was an invaluable
experience.
Lotzkar said the Alachua County
Crisis Center was doing a lot of rumor
control,'something they still do when
hurricanes or wildfires threaten.
"We were answering calls every
second," he said. "It really stretched
our system, but we found out we can
stretch that far."
'Jarring experience'
In 2004, the center received 60,000
calls on their crisis lines and 45,000 on
their Rumor Control system. Fifteen
percent of the crisis calls were from
college students.
"The bottom line is:
No, there's not the typical student.
We really see the whole gamut here.
There is such a broad range.
We want to do whatever we can to as-
sist this person."
Dana Myers
training coordinator for the
Alachua County Crisis Center
Most students who contact the cen-
ter, which is mostly run by volunteers,
come with relationship problems,
Lotzkar said.
"There's some things that are
consistent through time," he said. "I
think the need of connecting that
hasn't changed in thousands of years,.
probably. We may talk about it a little
more now."
The center also offers walk-in coun-
seling, an emergency mobile outreach
program called Care Team, rumor
control, and victim advocacy.
"The bottom line is: No, there's not
the typical student," Myers said. "We
really see the whole gamut here. There


is such a broad range. We want to do
whatever we can to assist this person."'
Recently, Lotzkar said he went to
Lake Butler with the center's Care
Team to console friends and families
of the seven children who died when
their car was crushed between a truck
and a bus.
"This was the person I grew up
with' was a common theme," Lotzkar
said, given that 2,000 residents live
there.
He said children who went to Bible
studies with the deceased, and others
who were on the bus told him about
their experiences.
"It was as you can imagine un-
believably sad," he said. "There were
so many people that offered support. It
was amazing."
Another option
The Crisis Center was founded in
December 1969 as part of a university
analysis of suicide. A counselor has
been waiting at the phone at the 24-
hour center ever since.
Lotzkar said the center is fully
funded by Alachua County and is one
of the few entirely government-spon-
sored crisis centers in the country.
Lotzkar said the Crisis Center
sometimes picks up where UF facilities
leave off.
UF Student Mental Health Services,
excluding medications, and the UF
Counseling Center are free to enrolled
students, but both facilities have been
increasing in popularity, and appoint-
ments may be difficult to obtain.
"People certainly have the option
of not going to counseling," he said.
"We don't tell them that's what's going
to make them all better. (But) to have
somebody that is neutral and doesn't
have an agenda, to be able to talk to
them, can be very helpful. It's good for
a lot of people."


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Server's family

in bus crash
By PANAGIOTA PAPAKOS
Alligator Contributing Writer

Sonny's Real Pit Bar-BQ in
Alachua will donate 50 per-
cent of its profits Wednesday
to one of the families affected
by the Lake Butler bus acci-
dent that occurred on Jan. 25.
Mary Murphy, a waitress at
Sonny's for the past 10 years,
has been out of work since her
two children were seriously
injured in the.accident.
"We hate to see her go
through this," said Pat Stanley,
54, a co-worker. "We miss her,
and we all love her."
Murphy's daughter and
son were riding in the school
bus when a tractor-trailer
crashed into a passenger car,
causing it to slam into the
bus. Co-workers said her
son is 16 and her daughter is
about 12.
Both are being treated at
Shands Children's Hospital.
Sonny Tillman, owner
of the franchise, named the
fundraiser "Mary Murphy
Day." He continues to pay
Murphy's weekly salary
while she is away.
"He decided this would be a
great way. to help," said Michael
Richard, manager of the Sonny's


Real Pit Bar-BQ in Alachua.
He said the restaurant
has collected money at the
register since the accident
to contribute to the family's
mounting medical bills.
Wilson Thomas, 41, has
worked in the Sonny's kitch-
en for 15 years and said em-
ployees won't mind the extra
customers Wednesday.
"She's a very dedicated
person," he said. "We'll do
whatever we can to help her."
Danica Trevarthan, 18, an
English and political science
major and a member of Gator
Christian Life,
State plans to attend
News the fundraiser
with about 15
other students.
"It's a great way to help
this woman out, to show her
that people care," she said.
"It can't be easy."
The restaurant is also raf-
fling off a DVD player do-
nated by McCall's TV Sales
& Service.
Tickets are $1 and go on
sale Wednesday. A, fund for
any other donations has been
set up at Community State
Bank in Lake Butler.
According to a National
Transportation Safety Board,
the cause of the crash is
under investigation. The ac-
cident killed seven children
from one family and injured
nine on the bus.


TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2006 U ALLIGATOR, 5





Christian frat


turns official
By KYLIE CRAIG
Alligator Writer

UF Christian fraternity Kappa Upsilon Chi
named its first official national board of directors
this weekend.
The fraternity founded its UF chapter in
December 2005 and has initiated 44 members.
The board of directors is made up of fraternity
alumni and will oversee the activities of Kappa
Upsilon Chi's 10 chapters, including one at FSU.
The signing of the board signified the fraterni-
ty's incorporation as a nonprofit organization.
Kappa Upsilon Chi Secretary Josh Czupryk said
he is excited about the progress of the UF
Greek chapter.
Life "It" is absolutely more than what we
expected," Czupryk said. "For all the
guys that started it a year ago ... it has
been unbelievable to watch it grow like this."
The fraternity started with only six members.
Kappa Upsilon Chi's national headquarters
took another step Monday and applied for 501c3
status as a religious organization with the Internal
Revenue Service. If the application goes through,
the fraternity's operations will become tax deduct-
ible.
The fraternity had -applied in the past but had
not met the requirements.
Czupryk said the signing of the board of direc-
tors will make things easier for the UF chapter.
"The directors will be able to help us out as far
as chapter development goes," he said.
Kappa Upsilon Chi was founded nationally in
1993 at Texas Tech University.




Sonny's aids victims


Kristin Nichols/ Alligator.
Is it over yet?
A lone merry-go-round rider hangs his head as his ride lasts a,bit too long during a weekend trip to
Westside Park on 34th Street.







6, ALLIGATOR U TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7,2006




Insecurity

Conference sheds light

on privacy problems
It's about time somebody taught students a lesson.
Last weekend, the Levin College of Law assembled pri-
vacy experts from around the world to its imaginatively
titled conference, "Data Devolution: Corporate Information
Security, Consumers, and the Future of Regulation."
Speakers explained to students how information gathered
from the Internet could be used to invade their privacy or
steal their identities.
And we can't think of a better audience. It is all too com-
mon for students to post all kinds of personal information on
their Facebook, LiveJoumal, and MySpace accounts.
From phone numbers to medical conditions that would
best be kept secret, students seem to have little regard for
maintaining any vestige of confidentiality. It might come as
a shock, but not everyone cruising on Facebook does so with
benevolent intent.
The conference's keynote speaker suggested that users
might not be the only ones to blame for the privacy break-
down. Jon Pincus, a senior Microsoft researcher, explained
that, because of the esoteric nature of. computer science,
many programmers consider users to be basically "stupid."
Judging by the computer science majors that we've known,
that's probably an accurate report.
We agree that programmers could do a better job writ-
ing programs that walk users through computer security
measures.
But what happens when software companies intentionally
and surreptitiously gather information about their users?
In 1999, Microsoft was shown to have been creating a
huge database of consumer information gathered and col-
lected by its software. Windows monitors its users' setups
ostensibly to protect their security, but it's easy to imagine
how personal information could be gathered for more sun-
dry purposes. It's clear that any collection of private data
without consumers' express permission should be over the
line, but, alas, the government has been slow to react.
The law school's conference also came amid growing con-
cerns about data collection among search engine providers.
Earlier this year, the U.S. Department of Justice subpoenaed
search records from Google and other search engines in order
to prepare a defense of its Child Online Protection Act. The
government is seeking to demonstrate that the act is more ef-
fective than private measures at limiting child access to porn.
It asked for a list of all search requests entered into Google
over a single week as well as a random sample of Web ad-
dresses in Google's index. But Google refused, arguing that
search requests commonly include personal information.
The issue has yet to be decided in court.
We hope Google is victorious. Late night searches for
midget porn aren't any of the government's business.
But privacy issues aren't limited to computers; many cell
phone users may have already been victims. At the confer-
ence, freelance journalist Kim Zetter spoke about her discov-
ery that Verizon customers' personal cell phone records were
available over the Internet. Online scam artists would pose as
customers in order to gain access to the private information.
Government responses to most breaches of privacy have
been sluggish, but last month, Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., pro-
posed a bill to outlaw the dubious collection of cell phone
records.
It was a small step toward a truly privacy-proactive gov-
ernment. Until we get there, consumers will just have to fend
for themselves.


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New majority leader is not promising


With Tom DeLay facing criminal charges and pos-
sible jail time, the House Republican caucus
gathered last Thursday to choose a new majority
leader. Change was in the air as three candidates vied for
DeLay's old job, each promising to erase the stain of corrup-
tion that has tainted the GOP in recent months.
Things got off to a bad start when the first ballot yielded
more votes than Republicans present at the meeting. But the
inexorable tide of reform surged on, eventually anointing
John Boehner, of Ohio, as DeLay's successor.
Conservatives immediately hailed Boehner (whose name
rhymes with "trainer," not "loner") as a "breath of fresh
air," an "agent of change" and even a "beltway outsider."
Unfortunately, he is none of these things.
What John Boehner really is can be summed up in four
words: more of the same. During his 16 years in Washington
D.C., Boehner has earned a reputation for cronyism, shady
dealings and all-around sleaziness to rival the old master,
Tom DeLay
Like the embattled Texan, Boehner is an avid golfer. He's
played at courses around the world, from Pebble Beach
to Paris, on trips paid for by lobbyists and their corporate
clients. From 2000 to 2005, Boehner took more than 30 such
vacations, at a total cost of about $157,000.
He must have had a great time. In his first act as House
Majority Leader, Boehner nixed a Republican bill that would
ban free travel for members of Congress, calling the idea
"childish." He also vetoed a plan to prohibit gifts from spe-
cial interest groups.
As you might have guessed, Boehner has accepted his
share, of "gifts" including $30,000 from disgraced lobby-
ist and DeLay accomplice, Jack Abramoff. But it doesn't stop
there. Boehner's connection to K Street, the Washington av-
enue where power brokers like Abramoff do business, runs


much deeper.
Two dozen of Boehner's former
staff members have left govern-
ment service for lucrative careers in
political advocacy, as the lobbyist's
trade is euDhemisticallv termed.


Jake Ramsey Boehner's inner circle contains so
Thus Spake Jake many powerful influence peddlers
letters@alligator.org that it has been dubbed "The K
Street Cabinet."
Sometimes, of course, if you
want something done right, you have to do it yourself. In
1995, Boehner was caught distributing money from tobacco
companies on the House floor. He literally walked up to his
Republican colleagues and handed them checks from RJ
Reynolds.
Needless to say, infusions of corporate money tend to
distort the legislative process. Sometimes the influence of a
powerful lobby is so blatant that regulatory bills are actu-
ally written by the industry being regulated. The president's
Clear Skies Act, drafted by coal lobbyists, is one example.
Occasionally, corruption takes a simpler form: quid pro
quo. In 2004, Boehner voted to loosen workplace safety
laws. The next year, the National Federation of Independent
Business gave him $10,000 and their thanks. Coincidence?
Possibly. But Boehner's loathing of trial lawyers seems
equally dubious in light of the almost $1 million he's received
from HMOs.
John Boehner's elevation to the House's No. 2 position
confirms that congressional Republicans aren't interested in
reform any more than George W. Bush really wanted to go to
Mars. Remember that?
Jake Ramsey is a history junior. His column appears on
Tuesday.


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Letters the
Activists have ulterior motives
Don't let people like Sangeeta
Kumar, whose Monday column
spoke out for animal rights, con--
fuse you. What they are working
for in organizations like PETA
and the Animal Liberation Project
is not the well-being of animals.
Their goal is a complete and ut-
ter end to the use of animals by
humans, including their use for
food, research, game or even as
pets. What we should be aiming
for is animal welfare: preventing
pet abuse, treating food animals
humanely and preserving natural
wildlife habitat.
Animal rights groups would
have you believe that farmers
who raise cattle force them into
filthy spaces under extreme
crowding and then use slaughter
practices that cause animals to
be butchered while conscious.
Nothing could be further from
the truth.
Such farmers would work to
protect the health of their animals
for economic reasons, and laws
work to prevent animal cruelty.
These are lies animal rights groups
use because welfare reforms make
it more difficult for them to ma-
nipulate the public into support-
ing animal rights. Don't let them
confuse you. Animal rights and
animal welfare are as different as
left and right.


Daniel Pitt
1LS


* U a


Dazzler outfits not a big deal
In response to the letters of
readers appalled by the Dazzlers'
Dodge outfits, I say, who cares.
These readers seem to have spent
too much time worrying about
what did not matter one bit in the
game. OK, so Dodge wrote a big
enough check to ensure that our
dance team would wear their logo
for one half.
Maybe I'm looking at it from
a college student's standpoint,
but I got a free T-shirt. And more
importantly, I, along with a re-
cord-breaking crowd, cheered
the Gators to their best win all
season. The Dazzlers' outfits had
no impact on the game. They put
on a great show as usual, and the
Gators basketball team put on an
even better one. If anyone truly
worries about seeing the Dazzlers
in Dodge shirts, then, judging
by the crowd, I'm sure the UAA
won't be too hard-pressed to
find someone who will use your
ticket.
Cody Steeves
2LS



Coverage should be the same
There was a big difference be-
tween your coverage of the Spike
Lee speech and the Gainesville
Sun's approach. Why did you not
say anything about Lee's criticism
of Snoop and hip-hop? Does it
have anything to do with last
semester's cartoon of Kanye?
What is going on? Are you let-
ting old editorial decisions affect
how you are covering the news? If
so, it is a shame ...
Jason Levitt
-. --------- 4JM-


Animals not being oppressed
The last time I checked, op-
pression requires two parties:
the oppressor and the oppressed.
Clearly, Sangeeta Kumar has not
bothered to study nature all that
much. When she says, "[Animals
have] the desire to be free from
suffering and exportation by
others," she seems to forget that
whole part about animals eating
each other.
The entire intellectual concept
of "animal liberation" is about
as genuine as the body parts on
PETA's celebrity spokespeople.
Animals are incapable of living
in a society were they treat all
others justly. Ever see a cat with
a mouse?
I wonder what Kumar would
do if she were diagnosed with a
disease that requires a cure con-
taining animal products. Would
she do as she says and "inconve-
nience herself"? Or would she
be like PETA Vice President Mary
Sweetland and take animal-tested
insulin to stay alive and fight for
her hypocritical cause?
Michael Zagorsky
Grad student



Nature shouldn't get any favors
On the topic of animal rights, I
believe "The Simpsons" character


C. Montgomery Bums summed
it up best when he said, "Oh, so
Mother Nature needs a favor?
Well, maybe she should have
thought of that when she was
besetting us with droughts and
floods and poison monkeys!
Nature started the fight for sur-
vival, and now she wants to quit
because she's losing? Well, I say
hard cheese."
Jimmy Mailliard
4LS



UF WebMail still not up to par
I am upset with the unaccept-
able level of service the GatorLink
WebMail site is providing. I have
missed rescheduled classes and
assignments due to not being able
to check my e-mail because serv-
ers were down.
UF knew that there would be a
significant increase in traffic when
they voted to eliminate the e-mail
forwarding option more than a
year ago, yet they have not made
the appropriate hardware and
software changes. Sure, I could
download an IMAP client as the
site suggests, but that reduces the
amount of flexibility that WebMail
affords by being able to see all of
your messages at any computer
with Internet access. Why should
I have to install special software
and lose e-mail freedom because
UF suddenly decides that for-
warding is no good? Is having
the most critical communication
system UF has go down for hours
a good alternative to e-mail for-
warding? I hope that the powers
that be in UF computing wake up
soon and buy some more servers
or allow forwarding, because I'd
like to be able to know what my
professors keep telling me they
e-mailed me.
David Coleman
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8, ALLIGATOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2006


Profane, best-selling author simply 'tells it like it is'


* MORE THAN 100 FANS CROWDED
GATOR CITY TO MEET THE AUTHOR.

By MARIA LAVERGHETTA
Alligator Contributing Writer

Tucker Tibor Max is an asshole.
And he makes lots of money because of it.
Max started a Web site in 2002 entitled "The
Tucker Max Date Application Page," as a bet.
He quickly realized that his stories were
funnier than him "trying to get laid on
the Internet." After changing the name to
TuckerMax.com, the world couldn't seem to


get enough of his stories about drunken an-
tics, conquests that he remembers and
all-around lack of apathy.
His newly released book, "I Hope They
Serve Beer in Hell," is No. 28 and climbing
on The New York Times Best-Seller list. More
than 100 fans crowded Gator City on Monday,
hoping to get an autograph and an exple-
tive written in their copy.
"Even though a lot of people are doing this,
there aren't a lot of people writing about it,"
Max said of his experiences.
Lounging in a white T-shirt, khaki shorts
and tennis shoes, Max hung up phones, called
people assholes and drank beer while they


begged for pictures and cheered him on.
"After this trip, for the first time in my life,
I think I may actually be tired of [female geni-
talia]," he said.
Sorority girls, frat guys, freaks, nerds it
didn't matter, no one was
Around safe.
Gainesville "He tells it like it is,"
Justin Contat, a UF student
and fan said. "He calls people on their s**t."
Jeff Harvell excitedly shook Max's hand
after driving from Jacksonville just to get a
signed copy of the book. He said he loves how
Max is not afraid to say what he comes up
with on the fly.


"He tells a compelling story," Harvell
said.
Friends sat around Max, laughing and
cracking jokes about him. Leah Bryan, a pre-
med health science major who met Max a few
months ago, supports Max's super "alpha
male" attitude towards life.
"His purpose is not to degrade women or
anyone else," she said. "It is to get what he
wants."
Ryan Renuart said that Max only does
ridiculous things occasionally.
"He is the typical guy every man wants
to be and every girl wants to hook up with,"
Renuart said.


STUDENT ,Vg- .' r ,E

SG considers cutting courtesy phones from campus


By ALEJANDRA CANCINO
AlligatorWriter
acancino@alligator.org

Student Government officials
concluded most UF students use
cell phones, and are considering
cutting a decades-old, free local
phone service on campus.
To cut about $15,000 out of next
year's SG budget, officials might
eliminate some or all of the 61 yel-
low courtesy phones.
The on-campus courtesy phones


that allow students to make free
local calls are paid for with the stu-
dent-provided Activity & Service
Fee.
Next year's budget will likely
have a shortfall of about $309,000.
Each phone costs about $19.80 per
month for local service, accord-
ing to an executive order issued
by Student Body President Joe
Goldberg.
"In light of our very interesting
budget situation, we are finding a
place to cut (money) without los-


ing out in quality programs for
students at UF," Goldberg said in
an interview,
adding that he
did not want to
waste money by
keeping phones
that students
were not using.
His executive
order states:
Goldberg "Observation
of many in SG is that virtually ev-
ery student on campus has a cell


phone."
The phones are located, among
other places, in the Reitz Union, the
second floor of Criser Hall, Gate
One of the Stephen C. O'Connell
Center and the laundry room of the
University Village South housing
complex.
Goldberg said that if students
want to keep some of the yellow
phones, or all of them, they can pe-
tition the electronic suggestion box
found at the SG Web site. Students
have until Feb. 17 to make recom-


mendations.
.. Jon Roosenraad, assistant dean
for student services at the College of
Journalism and Communications,
has worked at UF since 1968 and
said that he has seen a decrease
in the use of the phones over the
years. He attributes the decrease
to the increased popularity bf cell
phones and poor advertising.
If the phones are removed, they
may be the most visible cut when
SG trims its more than $11 million
budget.


Unite: Siler is SG neutral


UNITE, from page 1

when both of us are trying to ac-
complish the same thing,"
If elected, Siler will have
to balance his time between
the gridiron and Student
Government, but Guttag said
that would not be a problem.
"Brandon Siler has never
once in his life backed down
from a commitment or a prom-
ise," she said.
Unite Party leader Adam
Roberts said MVP will bring
fresh perspectives to his party.


'The athlete community has
been kind of left out of the equa-
tion for a while now," he said,
adding that Siler is a "politically
immune" candidate who will
not bring an ulterior agenda to
SG.
Bovell, who won her Senate
seat with the Gator Party during
last Fall's election, is a member
of Lambda Theta Alpha Sorority
and holds the title of Ms.
Hispanic Student Association.
She is also a former mem-
ber of the Senate's Budget &
Appropriations Committee.
Bovell could not comment by
press time.


Hanna shares animal tales

-HANNA, from page 1

emeritus of Ohio's Columbus Zoo and Aquarium the largest zoo
in North America Hanna has been caring for animals since he was
11. Students sat fascinated as he shared powerful stories and video
footage of his experiences with elephants, black rhinos and, more
recently, mountain gorillas in Rwanda.
Various animals were presented throughout the show to add to
the excitement.
"If someone tells me the animals are better off in the wild, then
they're nuts," he said, explaining that the world today is not as hos-
pitable as it was hundreds of years ago.
Although Hanna said he spends most of his time traveling, host-
ing his television show and appearing as a guest on others, including
regular spots on the "LateShow with David Letterman," he said he
does not like to be seen as a celebrity.
"You can see by watching me on television, I have absolutely no
idea what I'm doing," he said.
Celebrity or not, both college faculty and zoo officials were grate-
ful to host the event.
The zoo's assistant director, Henry "Buzz" Bireline said, "He's
been a friend of the Teaching Zoo. We were real fortunate we were
able to get together to make it happen."
Bireline said 600 tickets were given out to students. Santa Fe
President Jackson Sasser said he hoped the event would raise stu-
dent awareness of the environment and environment-related jobs.


Bleacher Sleeper
Stephen Spook, a
sophomore nutri-
tional sciences and
pre-vet major, tans on
the bleachers at Ben
Hill Griffith Stadium
on Monday after-
noon. The bright sun
Sand blue sky brought
many people to the
stadium to tan and
exercise.
Tim Hussin/ Alligator Staff


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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2006 N ALLIGATOR, 9


Development officers cajole gifts from noteworthy alums for $1.2B goal


DONATION, from page 1

sands below its competitors', which
include the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill and the
University of Virginia.
UF will go public when it reaches
a level between one-third and one-
half of its goal, Robell said. As of
Dec. 31, the campaign had garnered
$108 million. It will probably keep
quiet for another couple of years.

Courtship
The road to a "major gift" one
exceeding $100,000 is a long
process that fundraisers refer to as
relationship-building.
Each college has from one to
three development officers who,
together with the dean of the col-
lege, identify and court prospective
donors.
Upon graduating, every UF stu-
dent is entered into the foundation's
alumni database.
"We don't want to lose you
after you graduate," said Deborah
Klapp, a development officer for the
Warrington College of Business, one
of the most successful at pulling in
donations.
A team of students employed
by the foundation calls alumni
routinely to update their contact
information and occupation, and
to solicit minor gifts. Only a few of
those alumni will be dubbed "pros-
pects."
Development officers use investi-
gative reporting to find these poten-
tial donors. They comb news articles
nationwide and cross-reference the
names of UF alumni. Newsmakers


typically have been promoted, made
a big discovery or are otherwise fis-
cal heavyweights.
Officials keep tabs on alumni
through social networks and friend-
ships formed at UE For instance, a
development officer may bring a list
of names to a Gator Club meeting in
Charlotte, N.C., and ask alumni to
identify those who are doing well.
"We don't have access to a lot of
these people, but their dose personal
friend does," Robell said.
The development officer will
then study up on his selected alum
her field of study, her interests
so he will know how to tailor his
courtship.
The development officer keeps
the prospect updated on recent UF
developments in her college, for ex-
ample, a new tax law professor, and
explains the needs of that college.
There may be dinners, visits
to her home or office and football
games viewed from the President's
Box.
A development officer often
brings students to visit a prospect,
who present their recent projects
to her in hopes that she-will be im-
pressed with their earnest.
"We use students when we think
it would help the cause, and it usu-
ally does because most of these
people are really turned on by the
students," Robell said.
The development officer involves
the prospect in her alma mater. He
may place her on an advisory board
or connect her with old professors.
When a development officer has
zeroed inon a prospect, he commits
and often waits years until his en-
i treaties pay off with a major gift.


Organ Donation
J. Crayton Pruitts January do-
nation of $8 million is the largest
to date in this campaign. His is a
special .case because he never at-
tended UF.
In 1995, the engineer and inven-
tor developed an arrhythmic heart-
beat. In the emergency room after
shocking his heart eight times to no
avail, doctors told him he needed a
heart transplant immediately.
At 2 a.m. on a Sunday, a helicop-
ter flew him from a hospital in the
Tampa Bay area to Shands at UF,
the facility best prepared to operate
on him.
Pruitt, who ultimately donated
$10 million to UF's biomedical
engineering department, was kept
alive for 10 days by a piece of early
biomedical technology. Meanwhile,
Shands doctors waited for a suitable
heart.
A tube implanted in his chest
connected him to a biventricular as-
sist device at the time, the size of
a washing machine. The pneumatic
device breathed steadily beside his
bed, keeping his heart in regular
rhythm.
Today, that machine is the size of
a softball and fits within the chest
cavity. Pruitt said he has had no
heart problems since.
In 1998, Dave Woodall from the
foundation visited Pruitt at his St.
Petersburg office. More visits fol-
lowed.
"He told me about the needs,
told me about if they had the money
where they would put it, and ex-
plained to me ways that I might do
it," Pruitt said last week.
Pruitt was invited to many foot-
ball games, but he only attended


Courting the cash












Years Campaign Slogan Goal $ Earned

1986-1991 "Embrace Excellence" $200 M $392 M

1996-2000 "It's Performance that Counts" $750 M $850 M

2005-2012 "Florida tomorrow: the campaign $1.2 B $108 M
for the University of Florida"
*tentative slogan
Michelle Stewart/ Alligator Staff


two because he lives far from
Gainesville, he said. When he went,
he sat in the President's Box. He
has become familiar with three UF
presidents.
In 2000, he gave $2 million to the
university because he said they did
an outstanding job saving his life.
"It was a very complicated heart
transplant, and they did a wonder-
ful job, and I felt that they should be
rewarded," Pruitt said.
With the money, UF's biomedical
engineering department expanded
and hired new faculty. Department
Chairman Bill Ditto, college Dean
Pramod Khargonekar and Woodall
kept Pruitt informed on the college's
progress.


"I saw how much good it did,"
Pruitt said of his original gift.
Pruitt was later appointed to the
foundation's board of directors and
to the biomedical engineering advi-
sory board.
On Jan. 17, he announced an $8
million donation to the biomedical
engineering department.
Officials had informed Pruitt of
their billion-dollar campaign goal.
He said that was not the reason he
donated, but it did influence the size
of his gift.
In the afterglow of one of Pruitt's
donations, he was invited to a well-
attended dinner party at then-UF
President Charles Young's house.
"It was very nice," he said.


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Party slating ends today


By LYNDSEY LEWIS
Alligator Writer
Ilewis@alligator.org

Lauren Lippes marched into the Reitz Union
on Monday with a mission.
The UF sophomore knew she wanted to join
the Swamp Party even before signing up for the
chance to run.
"Last year, I supported the Gator Party," she
said, "and if the
Student Government Swamp Party has
EIOcOttOS the same ideals,
which apparently
they do, I will continue to support it."
Lippes was among the approximately 240
students who have signed up to qualify for this
Spring's Student Government election, a pro-
cess that began last Friday and will continue
through 5 p.m. today in the Reitz Union.
After students sign up, they may interview
for a spot on a party's slate or choose to run as
an independent candidate.
The two parties in the Feb. 28 and March 1
election are Swamp and the Unite Party, and
the winners will control nearly $12 million in
student money. About 175 candidates have
applied to interview with Swamp so far, while
only about 50 have done so with Unite, accord-
ing to qualifying forms.


"Of course we welcome every student to
come out and slate, regardless of qualifica-
tions," said Unite Party Treasurer David
Meyrowitz.
Potential candidates hoping to slate with a
party are not required to choose an organiza-
tion until today's 5 p.m. qualifying deadline,
Supervisor of Elections Erika Kane said.
However, she added that most students enter
the qualifying room with a party in mind al-
ready.
"I've had difficulties dealing with members
of the other party," said Lee Christoff, a senior
vying for a spot with the Unite Party. "Good
people will implement good ideals."
Meyrowitz said most students hoping to
slate with Unite decided to do so because of
positive word-of-mouth.
"Nine times out of 10, people talk to their
friends and get their friends' input," he said,
pointing out that Unite conducted an informa-
tion session and placed ads on Facebook.com.
Swamp Party spokesman Josh Weiss said
enthusiasm is one of the main qualities his
part seeks in its candidates.
"We love exciting, engaging students," he
said. "The kids who come in here, they're pas-
sionate, they're ready."
Both the Swamp and Unite parties have yet
to commit to platforms.


Unite Party mem-
bers Amanda.
Kane and David
Meyrowitz manage
Unite's preparation
area while senior
Charlene Volbe
and third-year stu-
dent Will Foster fill
out the necessary
forms before their
interviews during
SG slating Monday.


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UF abuzz over cartoon


* A DANISH CARTOON SPARKS
DISCUSSION ON CAMPUS.

By SASHA MURADALI
Alligator Contributing Writer

A cartoon published by a Danish
newspaper last week has sparked de-
bates and riots across the globe, and.
now it is igniting local discourse.
.The cartoon published by the
Jyllands-Posten on Sept. 30 and then
again on Jan. 10 depicts the Islamic
Prophet Muhammad in a turban with a
bomb on his head.
"It's a very unfortunate incident,
and it's sad to see it happen," said
Abdualrahman Hamad, vice president
of Islam on Campus
There is no consensus for response in
the Muslim community, he said.
Some Muslims are boycotting Danish
products, others believe the newspapers
should be boycotted and some have re-
sorted to violence.
Islam on Campus will be tabling on
campus throughout the rest of this week
and all of next week.
"It's a chance for us to explain the
situation further and how the Prophet's
depiction was derogatory," Hamad
said.
Not only is it taboo to put
Muhammad in a physical form, as
Islam is a nonidolic religion, but the
prophet was also depicted offensively,
Hamad said.
"You can feel the hatred," he said.


"People would just be angry about
that."
Not just Muslims are angry about the
situation, said Keira Gillett, a Christian
Scientist and UF digital media major.
"Cartoons are supposed to be
funny," she said. "This is not humor, it
doesn't seem to be making any other
statement besides hate."
Newspapers in France, Germany,
Italy and Spain reprinted the cartoon
Feb. 1 and Feb. 4. Syrians attacked the
Danish and Norwegian embassies in
Damascus in protest.
Lebanese Interior Minister Hassan
Sabeh resigned after demonstrators set
fire to Beirut's Danish embassy Sunday.
* "I try not to let offensive material
get to me because then I could be mad
about a great deal of things," Gillett
said. "I don't need, want or require my
art to be safe art. Something offensive
would spark interest, but for the wrong
reasons."
Jon Roosenraad, a UF professor of
journalism who teaches ethics, ques-
tions the cartoon's morality.
"If you do something that you know
will have a negative reaction then you
have to know it would be unethical,"
Roosenraad said.
Gillett also drew attention to the art
of Andres Serrano, the American artist
whose piece "Piss Christ" depicted a
crucifix submerged in the artist's own
urine.
"Real artists should know where to
draw the line. There is a difference be-
tween what cutting-edge art is and what
is there only to offend."


UF documentary about civil rights to air on PBS tonight


By SOOYEON KWON
Alligator Contributing Writer

Four UF Documentary Institute
faculty members produced award-
winning stories about one unknown
leader who advocated violent resis-
tance in the Jim Crow South: Rob F.
Williams.
"Negroes with Guns: Rob
Williams and Black Power" will be
broadcast nationally tonight at 10
as part of "Independent Lens," a


series of documentaries and dramas
on PBS.
"I think we have an interest in
those kinds of stories, especially
ones that haven't really been told
before or haven't been told in the
mainstream," said Cynthia Hill, as-
sociate director and photography di-
rector of the Documentary Institute.
She said she hopes students can
be more aware of these "unsung
heroes" and their stories as part of
history.


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"I think he [Rob Williams] was
really a role model in the sense of
fighting and struggling for equal
rights," she said.
This hour-long
On documentary mostly
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from Rob Williams's
wife, sons and other people who
knew about his story, and they tell
the stories in their own voice.
"There is no voice-over saying
here is what happened," said Cara


Pilson, associate director and direc-
tor of research of the Documentary
Institute. "It's pretty much Rob
Williams telling his own story,"
She said the documentary por-
trays other aspects of the civil rights
movement, what was known as the
"peaceful nonviolent movement."
Shelby Radloff, the president of
the Gator chapter of the National
Broadcasting Society, said the insti-
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"[With] the Documentary
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know that we have very credible
documentary researchers and docu-
mentarians here, and that they are
doing really good work," she said.
The Documentary Institute
filmmakers are working on a docu-
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UF RESEARCH

New weights conform to users


By SHARILYN WISKUP
Alligator Contributing Writer
A new weight machine devel-
oped by a UF researcher will al-
low students to get a harder body
with less time at the gym.
Dr. Michael MacMillan, as-
sociate professor and orthopedic
surgeon, has invented two new
exercise machines that automati-
cally change weight depending
on the user's exercise movement.
The idea, he said, is to apply
extremely heavy weight when
lowering the bar and to apply
less weight when raising the
bar. Regular weights restrain the
user to lifting and lowering at the
same weight.
With this new technology, us-
ers can lift more weight and do
more repetitions than before.
MacMillan said the equip-
ment is easy to use, especially
for a busy employee who only
has time to exercise once a week.
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males are required for an ipcom-
ing study.
Josh Yarrow, a UF doctoral
student studying sport medicine,
will conduct the study.
He is looking for 20 males be-
tween the ages of 18 and 35 who
have not lifted weights in the past
six months. The study will last
Seven weeks, and Yarrow would
like to begin before Spring Break.
MacMillan has studied the
way muscles respond to differ-
ent weight training programs for
more than 17 years.
Previous research using this
type of machine has shown a 22
to 23 percent strength gain com-
pared to other traditional weight
training programs.
The specific type of squat and
bench press machines MacMillan


invented are called Maxout.
The goal is for muscles to
"max out" and reach muscle
fatigue.
This will occur when legs or
arms are bent, at which point the
weight can be changed, making
it easier to press back up and
continue the exercise.
MacMillan hopes that once
more research and information
comes out, the Maxout will be in
gyms throughout the country.
"It's frustrating, and you have
to have faith and believe," he
said. "I believe that this is a big
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Starting at just $639
Pool*Tennis Cts*1.5 Mi 2 UF
Indiv lease & Util Avail
Call Now- 377-7401*
4-26-72-2
CLOSE TO CAMPUS
Available now!
2BR/1BAApt. $475
3BR/1BA Duplex $600
MITCHELL REALTY 374-8579x1 4-26-72-2
**Afforadable and Quiet**
1/1, 2/2.5 TH& 4/2.5 TH
Spacious floorplans in great location.
FREE gym membership.
FREE parking across from UF.
Leasing for Fall 2006 (352) 332-7401
4-26-72-2
Going, Going, GONE!!
2BR/1BA only $675
Spacious floor plan, Quiet atmosphere
Move in TODAY! 376-1248
4-26-72-2

STUDIO APT.
60 Sec. walk to UF 1 or 2 rooms. Short
term avail. $350 & up. Call 352-538-2181
4-26-72-2


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BIG & CHEAP
2/1.5 apt 1100 sq. ft. $595
3/2 apt 1300 sq ft $695
1800 NW 4th St. Over 20 houses also avail.
373-4423 www.maximumre.com
8-16-131-2



Campus Realty
Great homes for rent in the
UF area! 352-692-3800
www.campusrealtygroup.com/rentals
4-26-72-2


Near Law School 3-1, 1-1 1st & last. Pref.
grad std. No pets, W/D hook up, dish, wd
firs., cent A/C, gas heat, trees. Call Tom
>8PM or wkd 954-529-4031 2-7-20-2


Newest Countryside condo, 4BR/4BA. Avail
fall. Sec. sys., scr porch, common area furn,
W/D, hi spd inet, all utils pd. $400/mo Entire
unit avail. $50 off first month's rent if lease is
signed in Jan. 904-509-8074 904-571-0860
2-7-20-2


Great Value
1, 2, & 3 BR Flats
FREE Alarm, FREE WD, PC Lab
24hr Gym, Screened Porch, Pets OK
FREE Tanning 372-0400
4-26-71-2


For Rent
U Funfurnished

LUXURIOUS
2/2 Flats & 3/3 TH's w/Garage
FREE Tanning*FREE Alarms*Pool
FREE WD*Cyber Cafe*Gated Entry
24hr Gym*We Love Pets
ONLY 1.5 miles to UF 372-0400
4-26-71-2

3BR HOUSE. 2 car garage, W/D, fenced, 15
min to Shands & UF. Call Ashley 305-323-
9742. $900/mo. Northwood Pines 6413 NW
30th Terr. 2-8-20-2

2 Rooms For Rent, close to UF, $350/month
plus utilities, 4BR/2BA, Fenced yard, hard-
wood floors, with garage. 1206 NW 36th
Street, GVL. Call 352-495-9085 2-9-20-2

Newly Remodeled at UF
1 and 2 BR's from $599
Pets ok, Laundry on site.
Wood Floors avail.
Leasing for Fall 371-7777
4-26-69-2

ACROSS FROM UF
2BR's from $599
Central Air, Pets ok.
Reserve for Fall 371-0769
4-26-69-2

*NW 39th Ave. Lg 2BR/2BA fancy loft
w/costly laminate floor, wood pattern. Good
neighborhood. $620-$630 *Nice NW
2BR/2BA, gated patio, trees. $530-$540
*Roommate share 2BR $300-350 373-8310
2-10-21-2


I For Rent
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ACTION REALTY
Individual and Semester Leases
Available immediately
Convenient UF access. $375 to $620/MO
352-331-1133
www.action-realtors.com
4-14-61-2


Live at a Legend!
The Polos of Gainesville
will give you the best college 'experience
with Spacious Apartments, Three Pools
with Jacuzzis, HUGE Gym, Billiards Room,
and many more amenities! Minutes from UF,
shopping and Shands. On all major RTS bus
routes. All at a rate that won't break your
bank! Call now for specials: 335-7656 4-
26-69-2

1BR & 2BR/1BAwith W/D, central heat/air,
dishwasher, ceramic tile, private patio, pets
arranged. Off SW 34th St. Near bus rt. From
$545. 377-1633 2-28-31-2

Historic Apartments. Ceiling fans, hardwood
floors, high ceilings, some w/fireplaces. two
2BR & 2BR + study $789/mo & 1BR $470/mo
incl utils. 1st, last, sec. No dogs please 378-
3704 2-13-20-2

Gator Place 2br/1ba condo, newly renovat-
ed, d/w, hkups, near Shands/et School/bus
lines edbaurmanagement.com 375-7104
4-26-65-2

SW Lg 1br, lba. Walk-in closet, d/w, w/d
hkups, near Shands, Vet School & UF, $395
- $425 edbaurmanagement.com 375-7104
4-26-65-2

NW 2,3,4 brs, houses from $700 Mo,
Call us, we'll find your New Home.
edbaurmanagement.com 375-7104 4-26-
65-2

Great 3 BR home next to UF Wood floors,
screened porch, cent H/AC, 104 NW 7th
Terr. $1200/mo. Will discount to Aug. Call
371-3260. 2-9-15-2




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Wanted for:
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CRIME

STOPPERS

Call (352) 372-STOP


S For Rent
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******Cheap ***~J
1 BR Apts. Near UF & downtown. Starting @
$395/mo. Avail. Now. Others Available. Call
371-3260. 2-9-15-2

Apartment Bargain Shoppers.
Check out our spacious 1 &2 BR. units &
compare the $$. Our location, price & size
will have you puzzled.
Call ahead to avoid waiting 376-1248.
4-26-64-2

Luxury 1 bedroom 1 bath
in Creekside Villas on busline
Washer/dryer hookups. New carpet
new paint only $550 mo
Andree Realty 375-2900
4-26-62-2

Walk To Class
2br, 1 ba excellent condition
909 SW 6th Ave
Pets OK $450
Andree Realty 375-2900
4-26-62-2

PRIVATE BACKYARD
1/1, 2/2, & 3/2 Villas with backyard
Newly Renovated, Full Appliances
FREE cable w/HBO & Showtime
Starting at $428/person
Hidden Lake 374-FUNN (3866)
4-26-62-2

Luxury Townhouses 2/2.5. Spacious units
in gated community. Golf & Country Club.
W/D, Alarm, Garage. Pet friendly. Rent starts
$995/mo. Call 352-359-4438. 2-7-10-2

EFFICIENCY in quiet NW neighborhood.
All utils/cable incl. $395. Call after 5:30 PM.
377-1868. 2-10-13-2

MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUCK
3 & 4 Bedrooms or -all--
FREE UF PARKING, tennis,
Affordable, Pool, Pets, Alarm
376-4002 Pinetreegardens.com
4-26-60-2

*Quiet Living, GREAT PRICE*
1BR/1BA & 3BR/2BA flats
W/D, Alarms, Pet Friendy
Close to UF, Shopping & Restaurants
Aspen Ridge, 367-9910.
4-26-60-2

CLOSE TO UF, SHANDS & VET SCHOOL!
2BR 1.5BA TH, ceramic tile, w/d hookups,
$575/rent, 3925-A SW 26th Terrace
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.turlingtonrealestate.com 2-10-10-2

ADORABLE 3BR 1.5BAI
Great House, 2 living areas, washer/dryer,
Ceiling fans, newer carpet, $850/rent
2102 NE 8th Street
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.turlingtonrealestate.com 2-10-10-2

SPACIOUS 2BR HOUSE Living &
family room, den, fireplace, w/d hookups,
Deck, $675/rent, 711 NW 54th Terrace
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.turlingtonrealestate.com 2-10-10-2

CUPID'S SPECIAL!
On all 2BR/1BA. 1/2 off Feb. rent!
Water, sewer, pest control, trash incl. Pets
OK. Ventura Apts. 1902 SW 42nd Way.
Open Sats. 10-5. 376-5065 2-28-21-2

MORE FOR YOUR MONEY.
1, 2, & 3 BR Apartments Starting @ $380.
352-331-8225 or 332-5070. 4-26-57-2.

MINUTES FROM UF!!!
3/3's from only $405 per Bdrm
4/4's from only $374 per Bdrm
FREE Cable w/ HBO/ SHOWTIME
FREE Tanning, 24hr Fitness Center
Ask About our Huge 2/2.5 Townhouses
336-3838 TheLandingsUF.com
Convenient Bus Route!
4-26-60-2

Charming 4/2 with hardwoods, deck, sun-
room for $1,300. W/D, fridge, dishwasher
incl. Fenced yard by park, pets OK. Call
832-496-7899. See http:infotube.net/133597
for more. 2-20-15-2

PALMETTO WOODS, 3BR/2BA, garage, tile
floors, W/D, month-to-month lease $950/mo.
Avail 2/1/06, drive by 3815 NW21st Dr., then'
call 378-5467 2-7-6-2


U For Rent
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Destiny Condos- Brand NEW!
1BR/1BA;tile, W/D, dishwasher
1220 NW 1stAve- Walk to UF!
Call for pricing.Campus Realty 692-3800
2-20-20-2

Historic Downtown Area
2BR/1BA, $450/mo, central H/AC, balcony,
pets ok.
Peartree Realty, Inc.
REALTOR 335-3802 2-21-15-2

Avail Aug 1 4BR/2BA, hot tub, screened
back porch, fenced yard, wash/dryer provid-
ed, big house 3413 NW 8th.Ave, 339-2342,
$1550/mo 2-7-5-2

Avail Aug 1 Studioll BR home. One block
from campus. Very nice, wood floors, fire-
place. 106 SW 12th St. Call 339-2342 $500/
mo. Wash/dryer provided. 2-7-5-2

Avail Aug 1 5BR/2BA home very nice, quiet
road. Wood floors, wash/dryer provided,
fireplace, $1600/mo 1803 SW43rd Ave. Call
339-2342. Call for directions. 2-7-5-2

Avail Aug 1 5BR/3BA short walk to campus,
wood floors, wash/dryer provided, big back
yard. 518 NW 15th St. $1750/mo Call 339-
2342 2-7-5-2

Avail Aug 1 4BR/2BA home. Ceramic tile
throughout, fenced yard, pets ok. $1225/mo
1330 NW 39th St. Call 339-2342 for direc-
tions. 2-7-5-2

Avail Aug 1 4BR/2BA Big house on private
fenced yard, ceramic tile floor throughout,
pets ok..2100 NW 8th Ct. $1350/mo 339-
2342. Call for directions. Wash/dry provided.
2-7-5-2

4BR/2BA home avail Aug 1. Nice private lot,
fireplace, tile floors, washer/dry provided,
garage. 2606 NW 34th St. $1375/mo 339-
2342 2-7-5-2

Avail Aug 1 4BR/2BA nice house, fireplace,
wood floors, wash/dryer provided 1105 NW
10th Ave. $1525/mo. Call 339-2342 2-7-5-2

Avail Aug 1 4BR/3BA home is just 2 years
old, fireplace, vaulted ceilings, washer/dryer.
2108 NW 8th Ct. Call for directions 339-2342
$1500/mo. 2-7-5-2

ONLY 7 BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS.
Available now. Completely remodeled. 1BR
Duplex. 1313 NW 7th Ave. Call 871-6413
2-28-20-2

BLOCKS TO UFI 4BR houses from $1500/
MO, 3BR houses from $1075/MO, 2BR apts
from $495/MO, 1BR apts from $450/MO.
Owner operated. See dalyproperties.com
or Call Carol 377-3852 2-28-19-2

Brand new condo- Destiny, 1220 SW 1st
Ave, #202-Walk to UF. 1BR/1BA, tile,
washer/dryer. $625/mo. Call Campus Realty
692-3800 2-8-5-2

ROCKWOOD 2BR/2BA TOWNHOUSE w/
loft. Gated courtyard, close to UF. End unit.
W/D incl. Screened back porch. $900/MO
Flex. lease. 407-701-2995 2-15-10-2

BRAND NEW 2BR/2.5BA 1200 sq ft
Townhouse, fenced, 4112 SW 15th Place,
AVAIL. NOW! Bike/Ride bus from SW 20th
Ave to UF, Shands $775/mo, Call 378-6817,
871-8205. 2-9-5-2

1824 NW 1st. Ave. M/F Roommate wanted
ASAP $490/mo + 1/2 GRU. Pets OK!
Christina 850-529-2727. Steps to Turlington.
Great Location! 2-9-5-2

2BR/2.5BA Townhome W/D, balcony, 1200
sqft., big kichen, pet friendly, pool, 24 hour
maintenance, convenient 4 SFCC & UF
students, $749/mo OBO. Call Katie 352-219-
7774. 2-24-16-2 *

2 blocks from campus. 4BR/2BA house,
hardwood floors, fireplace, 2 car garage.
See website www.bellaproperties.net for this
house and others. Call 335-5424 3-10-25-2

2BR/2BA condo in Treehouse Village. Incl.
W/D, pool, tennis court, bus stop opposite
condo. Available immediatley 352-514-0431/
954-323-5558 2-10-5-2


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For Rent
Sunfurnished

CUTE & CLEANI 2BR/2BA, 2 screen porch-
es, washer/dryer, lawn svc., wood floors,
dining wom $900/mo, 216 NW 14th Avenue
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.turlingtonrealestate.com 2-10-5-2

Three 2BR/1BA clean mobile homes avail-
able. $460-475/MO $300 security deposit in
Oak Park Village 378-4411 2-10-5-2

MONTICELLO 3BR/2.5 BA.
4942 NW 1st Place
$1150/po. Club house, pool, bus line.
Avail. Feb. to Aug. Call Eric @ 538-1133 or
373-7800. 1-20-5-2

1 BR in 3/2 house. Palm Grove off 39th
$400/mo + utilities. Grad or professional
preferred. 352-870-2976. 2-13-5-2


UI Subleases

Spacious 1BR/BA in a 4BR/BA. Aptartment
in The Landings on SW 13th ST. $360/mo
plus utils. Call Scott at 352-514-4356. Avail.
immediately. 2-9-21-3

Live Downtown! Avail Immediately! Shared
townhome in Arlington Square. 1 or 2 bed-
rooms avail. Each w/private bath $450/470
+util. Call 561-706-9796 2-9-20-3

1BR for rent in 4BR house wood floors, W/D
big fenced yard. Walking distance to UF &
downtown. $363/MO +1/4 util. 311 SW 3rd
Ave. Call Michelle 352-870-5126 AVAIL
NOW 2-16-25-3

Female @ Melrose Apt. 1BR/1BA in 4BR/
4BA. W/D in unit cable, int, utils included.
Fitness center, pool, spa, bball, vball, ten-
nis, computer room & game room. Jan-Aug.
$367/mo 916-295-4090 2-8-15-3

Countryside @ University Condo. 2 bedroom
avail in 4BR/4BA for $425/ea. Water,. elec
incl except phone. Call Irvin 904-610-0967 or
e-mail icheng@bellsouth.net 2-8-15-3

1 ROOM in 3BR HOUSE
1 minute walk from law school & bus stop.
2718 SW 3rd Place. $400/mo + uitls. 305-
776-0372 2-14-15-3.

UNIVERSITY COMMONS 1 BR in 4BR/2BA.
High Ceilings, W/D, pool, gym. Cable wire-
less internet & util. incld. Close to UF &
shopping centers. Sum C May-Aug. Female
$355/Mo. Call 786-683-4282. 2-7-10-3

2 BR/2.5 BA. Townhouse @ The Gardens.
$669/mo. Free gym membership, part furn
common area, balcony & small porch. Quiet
neighborhood. Call 352-219-1620. 2-7-
10-3

1 BR furnished apt-style w/bath & kitchen
$510/mo util. incl. Windsor Hall. Behind
Norman Hall. Call 561-716-1842 2-7-10-3

Female, 1BR in 2/1 now, Home Stead Apt.
Quiet and tidy, furn. w/new carpet. Close to
shopping and campus. On bus route. $299/
mo. + 1/2. utils. Contact whzhao@ufl.edu,
352-378-9237 (H) or 386-462-6309 (L) 2-
8-8-3

1 BR/ 1BA. Sunbay Apt. First Floor,
Duck Pond View, Minutes from Campus;
Downtown, $400/mo, Avail. 4/1-8/1, 500
square ft., Quiet Area, No Pets. Contact
Sergio 305-926-9048. 2-9-10-3

Private 1BR/1BA apt in. a 3/3 at University
Glades. Elec, water, sewage, trash, pest,
24/7 maintenance, cable tv, ethernet & W/D
incl. Furnished; walk in closet. 954-651-
0086 2-10-10-3

1ST MONTH FREE
1BR w/private BA @ The Cambridge. $495/
mo. COd239-455-3347 2-10-8-3

Sublease for F at Melrose Student Suites.
Private bed and bath in a 4BR apt. $354,
everything incl. Call 904-206-0551 or 258-
0505. 2-7-5-3

Sublease until end of September. 1BR apt at
Sunrise. Close to UF, Shands, VA. Avail Feb
6th. $459/mo. Call Vlady at 386-454-7574
2-14-10-3

Luxurious Apt. 4BR/4BA in Gainesville Place
Phase 2 $480/mo incl. all utils. Maids service
& hi-spd internet. For Male. Closeto UF. Call
(352) 262-1574. 2-7-5-3


a l Subleases


HUGE 1BR/1BA Apt. Avail. May 1st. 3 BIks.
from campus. Across from stadium. W/D,
wood firs., courtyard. Call 321-508-9413.
2-7-5-3

Female Only for 1/1 in 2/2 in Country
Gardens Apt. by VA Hospital. $330/mo. with
$250 deposit. Available Now! Please call
Anita 646-284-2595 or complex office at
352-373-4500. 2-7-5-3

1st MONTH RENT FREE SHORT TERM
LEASE Lease begins now 8/06. The
Cambridge Apts. Spacious room, own bath.
Near campus on bus rte. Randi 305-519-
1285 for more info. 2-22-15-3

AVAILABLE NOW!!!
1 BR/1 BA Close to UF & Shands
$425/MO lease ends June 1st
Feb. rent free-w/no deposit
Call 352-200-1189 & leave msg. 2-8-5-3

$260/mo + utils. priv. room and personal bath
in a 3 BR/3BA. W/D and DWin apart. Looking
for a considerate animal friendly roommate.
Avail. now, utils. free for 1st month. Call
352-219-3004 or email aprilcho@ufl.edu
2-16-10-3

HUGE 3BR/3BA Apt. in Museum Walk
poolside, free tanning, pets ok, gym, walk-.
in closets, $1320/mo water & cable w/HBO
incl. Avail. 5/8 thru 8/7. Call 352-374-2210.
2-16-10-3

******GREAT LOCATION*******
150 sq ft. Rm. w/ bath & walk-in closet in
3BR/3BA apt. w/2 responsible clean roomies
W/D. $355+ util. Avail Now-Aug. (813) 263-
8550. 2-9-5-3

Summer Sublease @ Lexington Cr. 1BR/
1BA in 3BR/3BA $450/mo all util. inc. Avail.
May 1. Furnished, gym, pool, W/D. On bus
route 9 & 34. Call Sandy at 727-687-0867.
2-9-5-3

NO DEPOSIT THE POLOS 1BR Apt. Tile &
marble, vault ceiling, gym. $619/mo down
from $675/mo + utils. Bus every 5 minutes.
Lease til July: Move in ASAP. 352-256-1999
2-10-5-3

1BR IN 4BR/2BA house-giant room. 1 block
from UF. M/F welcome. $400 + util. + sec
dep. W/D in house, dig cable. high speed
internet, res.parking. For info call 941-661-
4119 -Michelle 2-10-5-3

August 06-07 DELUXE 4BR/4BA THE
ESTATES. Great roommates, pool, gym,
atmosphere. Bedroom includes bath + linen
closet. Need someone for entire year. Call
352-246-3960 if interested SPECIAL 2005
rate $489/MO 2-10-5-3

First month FREE! $335/mo
utils, incl. Ibr/1ba w/walk in closet in 4 BR/
4BA. Avail Feb. 17th. 850-774-1078 2-
10-5-3

FIRST MONTH FREE
2BR/2BA at Pinetree Gardens avail. 3/1-71
31. $680/mo. Call 352-494-8513 2-13-5-3

ROYAL VILLAGE
1 BR in 4 BR/2BA apt.. 1/2 mi to campus
Avail. Feb. toAug. $440/mo incl all utils. Call
Colleen 941-720-0844 2-15-7-3

1 BR large very nice in Park 16th Apts. town-
house. 1111 SW 16th Ave. Call 494-8716.
Avail March 1st. $500/mo. 2-13-5-3

JOB TRANSFER moving 6 mths. left on
lease. 2BR/1BA 1100 sq ft plenty of room,
gym, pool. $580/mo 352-494-5382 or 504-
401-2959 Ricky. 2-13-5-3

Avail. May 1st. 1BR furn apt-style w/ bath
and kitchen. $350/mo utils incl. Windsor
Hall. Call 239-822-5648 2-20-10-3


al Roommates D

Roommate Matching HERE
Oxford Manor 377-2777
The Landings 336-3838
The Laurels 335-4455
Cobblestone-377-2801
Hidden Lake 374-3866
4-26-72-4


UH Roommates


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 Owner 4-26-72-4

F NS grad/prof needed for 1BR in BRAND
NEW 2/2 condo. 2 mi to UF on bus rte.
W/D. $450 + 1/2 util/mo. Common area
furnished, tile firs. No pets. 904-386-6485 or
apena13@ufl.edu 2-13-107-4

Need roommates for my huge home! Choose
master BR or reg. room. Fun home w/ W/D,
bar, hi-spd, cable, big porch! Near UF, 2 bus
rts. -$400+ utils. davem@ufl.edu 2-8-20-4

Room for rent. 307 SW 16th Ave. $310/MO,
$100 deposit, 1/2 cable + utils. Hi spd. inter-
net & furnishings available. Pool & laundry
room very close. Call Adam @ 219-2433
2-9-20-4

Room available ASAP in 2/2 Vintage View
Condo. Quiet, clean community. No pets, no
smoking $495/MO. Call Matt 407-702-8019
2-9-20-4

Rockwood Villas 1BR/1BA Available in
3BR/3BA condo. $400/MO + utils. Close to
campus & on bus route. Call Karly at 352-
514-1617 Leave msg. 2-17-20-4

Fumished master suite in large home
Pool community near UF/Shands. Non-
smoking professional only. Utils, cable &
garage. $450/mo. 376-7632 2-13-15-4

M/F Roommate wanted for 3/2 house. 3rd
bed used as office. Must like pets. Other pets
considered. $425 +1/2 utils. off of SW 35th.
keenandk@ufl.edu 2-7-10-4

Countryside Condo 2BR/2BA avail in Jan in
4BR/4BA. Ethernet & uti. incl, W/D, nicely
furn. secure. Exercise/pool. Direct bus UF- 3
mi. $465/mo/rm. Vanessa 352-217-3464. Flo
352-357-9656 or 352-636-4814 or 357-9656
2-28-33-4

Tired of living in an apartment?
We need a 4th roommate in big 2500 sq ft
house 1.5 miles to UF off 16th. Easy access
to Santa Fe. 65" HDTV, DSL, satellite.$400/
mo + 1/4 util. 352-373-4560 2-8-10-4

Bivens Forest 2BR/2BA townhouse in quiet
neighborhood. Close to Shands, less than 1
mi to UF. NS, F, responsible student or prof.
$450/mo incl everything. Pool off back patio,
'newly remodeled. 954-857-5618 2-28-24-4

Luxury room for rent. Downtown, right
above Dragonfly Sushi. Master BR in-
3BR/3BA 2 story condo available. $729/mo
EVERYTHING included. Call Anthony-at
352-337-1330. 2-9-10-4

M/F, NS grad student/professional needed
for 2BR/2BA apt in The Laurels. Dogs OK.
Rent is $465 + 1/2 utilities. Call Josh 359-
3936 2-8-8-4

ENJOY A ROMANTIC OLD HOUSE
near library downtown. $285-$360/rm +
utilities. Free internet access. Short term. No
pets. No smoking. 378-1304 2-10-10-4

Female roommate wanted share 3BR/2BA
home. Partially furnished, W/D, 1st MONTH
FREE. $100 sec. dep. Then $250/mo share
utils. No lease. 10 mi from G'ville off Hwy
121. Call Karen 352-226-6863. 2-13-10-4

Female roommate for 3/2 house in beautiful
NW house, incl. utils. Quiet, responsible,
clean. Pool, wkout room avail. $475 850-
566-4711 or 374-2039. 2-13-10-4

M prof/grad wanted for 1 BR in classy down
house. 302 NW2nd ave. Near UF, wood firs,
cable internet, cent heat/ac. $266 +1/3 util!
Mike at 256-4745 2-13-10-4

1 BR avail in large NW home. Recently
renovated. 3 mi to UF and SFCC. 4BR/2.5
BA w/ all the amenities. Owner occupied,
$325/mo + utils 518-322-1514 or 352-215-
0827 2-7-6-4

Large master bedroom w/private bath in 2
BD/2BA condo in NW G'ville. W/D, Cable,
Internet, Bus Route. M/F to share with 21 yr
M. $400/mo Util. included. Call: 352-284-
6215 2-20-15-4

Need female roommate to share 2BR/1BA
apt. $250/mo + 1/2 utils. Call 256-6389 2-
7-5-4


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Room in 2BR/1BA 1 block south of Mellow
Mushroom, 2 blocks from NW corner of UF
campus. Wood floors, washer, dryer, CA,
DSL, piano,'off-street parking. $400/mo, util
included. Call Zac 352-281-9900 2-14-10-4

1 BR Avail. Now for spring & summer. 5 min.
UF Free Dig. Cable, $300/mo + 1/3 util.
Female or Male non-smoker. 352-332-2234
or 352-514-1441 2-14-10-4

1 M/F to Fill 1BR/1BA in a 3BR/3BA apt in
The Polos. Directly on bus routes 36, 35 &
9. Great amenities and management! Only
$300/mo + 1/3 utilities. Call Mark at 904-477-
8156 1-7-5-4

ROOMMATE WANTED Beautiful house
across the street from campus. Pool, huge
yard, pool table & bar room. Negotiable rent
call Tim 352-226-6722 2-8-5-4

One female roommate needed for master BR
in 4BR/3BA house. Large walk-in closet. On
the corner of NW 34th & 8th. $380/MO Call
727-501-2554 2-10-7-4

ROOM FOR RENT!
On 13th imi. from UF and Shands. Modem
student furnished home private queen bdrm
and bath $450 all is included William 305-
298-6123 2-8-5-4

Furnished 1BR/1BA in condo. Flexible lease.
$350/MO + utils. & 1/2 maintence fee. Please
call Kristine @352-572-5819 2-13-8-4

Roommates.wanted for 4BR/3BA brand new
home, W/D, $360 + shared utilities. 8 min.
from UF Law School, prefer professionals/
UF postdoctors & students. Call 333-7521
after 6 PM or guojieye@hotmail.com
2-15-10-4

Room w/loft in 2BR/2BA luxury condo.
Nicely fumished w/every amenity. 2 mi. from
campus. On major bus rte. Pool & tennis.
Close to shopping. incl. cable wifi & all utils.
$495/mo. (semester leases) 386-295-7859.
2-10-6-4

Roommate Needed
IMMEDIATE MOVE IN
Walk to UF, 3BR house, rent $475 + 1/3 utili-
ties. Call 952-240-7356 2-17-10-4

ROOM AVAILABLE ASAP in 2/2 Vintage
View Condo. Quiet, clean community. $450/
MO Call Matt 407-702-8019 2-28-17-4


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8 1 Real Estate

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
the phone. Please Call 373-Find

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 4-26-72-5

NEW PRE-CONSTRUCTION AND
EXISTING CONDOS NEAR UF
AT AFFORDABLE PRICES Visit
www.mattpricerealtor.com or call Today
Matt Price 352-281-3551 Campus Realty '
3-31-97-5

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 4-26-72-5

-**WALK TO UF**
from "Jackson Square" Gainesville's hottest
new development. Reserve today. Call Eric
870-9453 4-26-72-5

Great homes close to UF
STOP Renting. Buy now.
FREE LIST OF HOMES
www.Homes-Near-UF.com
Campus Realty Group 4-26-72-5

Casablanca East 2BR/2.5BA 1,088 sq. ft.
Carpet, & tile, new ref & dw, ceiling fans
screened porch, intemal laundry room.
Partially furnished. 5 min from UF. $143,900.
850-527-5646 2-13-25-5

COUNTRYSIDE CONDO for sale. 4BR/4BA.
Good condition! By basketball courts and
gym. Bus 9 & 35. $189,900. Please call
Cesar at ERA Trend Realty 870-8459. 2-
17-21-5

ROCKWOOD VILLAS -By owner 3BR/3BA
townhouse on bus route. Close to University
& mall. W/D, tile floor & more. Very well main-
tained. Call NOW 305-926-8120 2-17-20-5

4BR/3BA House 10 min from UF. Perfect for
student that wants to live rent-free. Home
warranty incl $186,500. Call Aaron Compean
with ERA Trend Realty. Count on Compean
for All Your Real Estate Needs 352-745-6118
2-20-20-5


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COUNTRYSIDE 4BR/4BA CONDO FOR
SALE New paint,-carpet throughout. 25
steps from pool. A must see! Only $193,000.
Please call Cesar ERA Trend Realty 870-
8459 2-28-22-5

Nice 2BR/2BA mobile hor in Oak Park
Village. Convenient to campus. 813-967-
5176 Asking $16;500. 2-7-5-5

Hot Student Condos Near UF
Save Thousands When You Buy Now
FREE LIST OF UF CONDOS
www.Condos-Near-UF.com
Campus Realty Group 4-26-52-5


81 Furnishings
BED-Queen, orthopedic, extra thick, pillow-
top, mattress & box. Name brand, new, still
in plastic. Sacrifice $110. Call 352-372-7490
will deliver. 4-26-72-6

BED FULL SIZE ORTHOPEDIC Pillow-top
mattress & box. New, unused, still in plastic
w/warranty. Can deliver. Sacrifice $75. Call
352-377-9846 4-26-72-6

MICROFIBER SOFA & LOVESEAT
Brand new still packaged w/warranty. Must
sell. Can deliver. Retail $2300. Sacrifice
$550 352-372-7490 4-26-72-6

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. 4-
26-72-6

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

Sofa $175 Brand new in pkg 333-7516
4-26-72-6

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) 372-74904-26-72-6

SOFA & LOVESEAT 100% Italian leather.
Brand new in plastic w/warranty. Retail
$2650. Sacrifice $750. Call 352-377-9846
4-26-72-6

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 4-26-
72-6


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FUTON Solid oak mission-style frame w/
mattress. New, in box. $140 332-9899

DINETTE SET 5pc $85 Brand new in box.
Never used. 352-377-9846 4-26-72-6

Beds, Futons, Furniture, King Sealy sets
$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
4-26-72-6

BRAND NEW FURNITURE

****Shop On-line****

Mattress Sets $169
5pc. Bedroom Sets $495
And Much More! Delivered to your door!
www.gowfb.com Check it out!
Or call (352) 376-1600 4-26-72-6

Bed All New Queen orthopedic pillow-top
mattress & box set. Still in plastic with war-
ranty. Can Deliver. $130 (352) 264-9799
4-26-72-6

Bed $100 All New Full size orthopedic mat-
tress set. Brand new, still in plastic, w/ war-
ranty. Can Deliver.352-376-1600 4-26-72-6

BEDROOM SET $395 BRAND NEW! Still
in boxes! HB, 2NS, Dresser, Mirror...chest
avail. Must see to appreciate! Can Deliver
352-264-9799 4-26-72-6

Dinette Set $125 Brand New 5 pc set in
box, never used! Can Deliver 494-0333

Sofa $225 BRAND NEW! MICROFIBER!
Still in package! Will sell with loveseat $395
for set! Can Del. 376-1600

FUTON-$80- BRAND NEW Futon mattress,
still in package! Sold with oak Futon, both
for $160. Can Deliver 352-494-0333 4-
26-72-6

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 4-26-72-6

Hot Tub/Spa $1795.00 Brand New Loaded!
Waterfall, LED lights, cup-holders, 110v en-
ergy efficient with warranty. Free Delivery.
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"BEDS ALL BRAND NEW**
"Full $80 Queen $100 King $170"*
Orthopedic pillow-top sets. Brand name
matching sets not used or refurbished. Still
in plastic, direct from factory! 352-333-7516.
4-26-72-6

BED- QUEEN New orthopedic pillowtop mat-
tress and boxspring set. Brand name, brand
new, still in plastic with warranty. Can deliver.
$100 352-377-9846. 4-26-72-6

Bed-All New King! 3pc Orthopedic pillowtop
mattress set. Brand NEW, still in plastic with
warranty. Can deliver. $170 352-333-7516.
4-26-72-6

Bedroom Set- $300 BRAND NEW. Still
in boxes! 6 pieces include: Headboard, 2
Nightstands, Dresser, Mirror, Chest. Must
sell, can deliver. 352-377-9846. 4-26-72-6

FUTON $80 Solid Oak Mission Style. With
plush mattress $140. All brand NEW still in
box. Can deliver. 352-333-7516 4-26-72-6

Pool Table Gorgeous 8" All wood table.
Leather pockets, Italian 1" slate, carved legs.
Brand new still in crate. MUST SELL Retail
$5500. Sell $950. Can deliver 352-377-9846
4-26-72-6

Hot Tub/Spa $1295 Brand.New Loaded!.
Waterfall, LED lights, cupholders, 110-v
energy efficient with warranty. Free delivery,
MUST SELL 352-372-8588 4-26-72-6

Bed-FULL size pillowtop mattress & box.
New, in plastic, warr. Can del. $80 317-4031

Sofa $185 Brand new! Love seat $150 still in
pkg. Can del 352-333-7516
4-26-72-6

FUTONS BEDS FURNITURE
LOW PRICES & LARGE SELECTION
Dumas Discount 371-4422 1201 E. Univ. Av.
New Used 0 Buy Sell 4-26-72-6

BED SETS CLOSEOUTS
Sealed in plastic Twin sets $89. Full sets
$129. Queen sets $149. King sets $189. 352-
376-0953 or 352-378-6005 4-26-63-6

MEMORY FOAM- Same as Temperpedic
Save 50% & more. Other closeouts. Twin
sets $89. Full sets $129. Queen sets $149.
King sets $189. Student discounts apply.
4370 SW 20th Ave. 376-0953 We Deliver!
4-26-63-6

*Beds *Full mattress & boxspring sets $49
Queen sets $89 *Single sets$39 *King sets
$99 *from estate sale. Safe pine bunk bed
$109. 376-0939/378-6005 Call-A-Mattress
4370 SW 20th Ave. 4-26-63-6


aII Computers


Cash Paid for Laptops
SALES 0 SERVICE PARTS
www.pcrecycle.biz 336-0075 4-26-72-7






4-26-68-7

GATORNERD.COM
-Computer/ laptop repair
-Virus, spyware, hardware
-Fix it for $44!!
-Home/ dorm 352-219-2980 4-26-68-7




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Computer Help FastA+ Computer Geek
House/Dorm 59 min response. No waiting/
unplugging/hassels. $30 Gator discount w/
ID. Certified MCSE Technicians. 333-8404.
www.AComputerGeek.com 8-16-89-7
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9/ Computers

"COMPUTER & LAPTOP ItEPAIRS"
Network specialists
We buy computers and laptops
Working and Non-working
378-4009, 607 NW 13th Street
4-26-56-7

BLOW OUT SALE
Computers For Sale, new and used. $100 to
$500, new $499-$999. Repairs 50% off. All
software sale 10% off. 376-4116
2-20-10-7


1 -877-g29-8007
FIX YOUR COMPUTER FOR ONLY $49
2-20-10-7

Electronics



aB 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


a For Sale


PARKING:
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF.
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538-
2181. Can leave mssg. 4-26-72-10

8 ft Slate Pool Table
Cherry with ball and claw feet. $1500. 352-
317-6096 2-14-14-10

Beautiful White Long
WEDDING DRESS
Never worn. Size 4, $300. Call Karen
352-226-6863 -2-13-10-10

Rare opportunity to purchase exciting
regional recreational* magazine from estab-
lished.publisher- only $40k. Debt-free mag.
with great potential. (904)384-7336; email:
anglegabe@bellsouth.net 2-8-5-10

WILD CAUGHT SHRIMP
Planning a party? Call 386-462-9062 We
deliver. 2-10-5-10


j1 Motorcycles. Mopeds)

** SCOOTERS **
RPM MOTORCYCLES INC
SALES, SERVICE, PARTS
Many Brands Available 518 SE 2nd St.
www.RPMmotorcycles.com 377-6974
4-26-72-11

Swamp Cycles
534 SW 4th Ave. Largest Selection of
E-bikes, Scooters, Accessories and more!!
Best Prices and Customer Service!! -
www.swampcycles.com
4-26-72-11

***SOLANO CYCLE***
Scooters from $699. Largest selection
KYMCO, Vento, Hyosung, Keen & many
others. Financing avail. 3550 SW 34th St.
338-8450 solanocycle.com 4-26-72-11
CASH PAID for MOTORCYCLES
SCOOTERS, or dirt bikes in ANY condition,
Running or not. titles or not. Prompt pick up.
Call ANYTIME: 352-441-0442
Please leave a message.
3-10-132-11

*NEW SCOOTERS 4 LESS*
Owned by Gator grads. 1901 NW 67 PI
352-336-1271 www.newscooters4less.com
Best prices in Gainesville. Will beat all Gville
competitor's prices on similar models. 4-
26-72-11

VERUCCI SCOOTER 45CC
Like new only 270 miles. Great condition.
$900 (352)262-3205 2-8-5-11


WI Motorcycles, Mopeds)


Like New R6 YZF 2002 for
sale. Perfect condition.
Call me 871-5177 2-9-5-11

FOR SALE VERUCCI X7 2005 SCOOTER.
Runs great. Brand new. Unfortunatley I am
moving. Asking $1200 or best offer. Call 352-
226-6863 or 352-495-7360 2-17-10-11


* 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 4-26-72-12

CARS -CARS BuySSellOTrade
Clean BMW, Volvo, Mercedes
Toyota, Honda, Nissan cars
3432 N Main St. www.carrsmith.com
CARRSMITH AUTO SALES 373-1150
4-26-72-12

**QUICK CASH**
For CARS, TRUCKS & MOTORCYCLES
Buy, Sell or Trade 1992 & up only
Call Ray 352-284-8619
4-26-72-12

OVER 50 IMPORTS UNDER $10,000
SELECT MOTOR CAR
THE YELLOW BUILDING
2715 N MAIN 377-1616
www.selectmotorcar.us
4-26-72-12

$500! POLICE IMPOUNDS!
HONDAS, CHEWS, TOYOTAS, ETC.
For listings 800-749-8116 ext 4622 4-26-
72-12

Sun City Auto
No Credit Check
"O" Down & Up
www.suncityautosales.com
338-1999 3-31-53-12

Sun City Auto
Bring W-2
File Here Drive TODAY
www.suncityautosales.com -
338-1999 3-31-53-12

BEST CARS 0 LOWEST PRICES
WE BUY CARS

www.39thaveimports.com
4-26-70-12

96 ECLIPSE FOR SALE. 140,000 miles.
Fast & clean. Excellent condition. Power
window, brand new timing belt & battery
& CD player & speakers. No leak & odor
$5200 Negotiable. Call 284-4295 Quinten.
2-10-22-12

2003 Hyundia Accent White 4 door.
Automatic, AC, PW/PDL, new tires, recent
tune up, CD player, excellent gas mileage,
58k highway miles, still under warranty
$6000. (352) 494-6244. 2-9-15-12

SUN CITY AUTO
Test drive any vehicle and
*GETA 3 DAY, 3 NIGHT VACATION*
Ask for details 338-1999 4-26-62-12

93 Toyota Celica GTS white 2dr hatch. 160k
miles, runs great, good gas mileage. CD
player, new speakers, $2500 obo call Rob
352-494-2565. 2-7-10-12

2001 BMW 325ci CONVERTIBLE
Titanium silver exterior, custom 18" chrome
wheels, power everything. Asking about
$23,000. Call 813-892-1965 2-10-10-12

1998 MERCURY TRACER
Good condition, automatic transmission,
power brakes, $2500/080. Call Karen 352-
226-6863 2-13-10-12

'98 SUBARU FORESTER
4 wheel drive, 5 speed, 113k, $5495. Also
'95 HONDA 750 MAGNA MOTORCYCLE,
$3500.Call 472-9273 or
email billconradconstruction@yahoo.com
2-7-5-12


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S Autos


Nissan 300 ZX '86
Looks &, runs good $1800 352-514-7026
2-8-5-12

2001 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE DE Coupe
automatic, A/C, silver w.charcoal cloth, CD,
power everything, 70k, very clean, $4,900-
OBO 352-514-1800. frankiev@bellsouth.net
2-14-8-12

IMMACULATE 2005 HONDA ELANTRA
Still under warranty, w/power windows & door
locks, CD player & cruise control. Priced @
$11,850, which makes it $1,350 below Blue
Book Value. 828-215-3532 2-10-5-12


WII Wanted

THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
NEEDS VOLUNTEER DRIVERS
Transport patients to/from treatments
Must have valid driver's license,
safe driving record & attend training session.
Call 352-376-6866 ext 114 for more info.

Gardening Companion, wanted for blind lady
on Saturday mornings would need transpor-
tation to go to Angel Gardens hopefully living
in the Tower Road area. Call 352-219-6948
2-17-29-13

On going volunteer needed: Blind lady need
trans on Sundays only to Mass @ Queen
of Peace Catholic Church or St. Augustine
Catholic Church. For more info. call 219-6948
I live in the Tower Rd. area 2-17-29-13

LOCAL ARTIST NEEDS:
* Gold Diamonds Gems Class Rings
* ETC Top Cash $$$ or Trade *
OZZIE'S FINE JEWELRY 373-9243.
4-26-57-13


BUYING FOOTBALL ITEMS:
RINGS, JERSEYS, WATCHES.
AtlFalcons565371@aol.com 904-415-3294
2-8-5-13


*1 Help Wanted


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

LIKE TO WORK WITH LUXURY CARS?
Bright? Enthusiastic? Like people? Must be
over 22, stable work history, clean driving re-
cord, drug-free, pers ref: www.carrsmith.com
for details. 4-26-72-14

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. 4-26-72-14

CNA CLASS: Learn @ your own time and
pace. Everything you need to be a CNA and
pass the state exam is on VCR tape. 95%
pass the state exam the 1st time! $250. Call
800-566-4913 Hrs: 12N to 5PM 4-26-72-14

Phone survey interviewers wanted. Start
work today! No sales, opinion research
only! Flexible Schedule! Perceptive Market
Research 336-6760 ex 4081 Call now! 4-
26-72-14


\11 Help Wanted


Students in Accounting, Aviation, Business/
Sales and IT needed for various positions.
Flexible schedules and competitive pay. Join
our team! Learn more at www.gleim.com/
employment 4-26-72-14

$$ STUDENTS GET CASH $$
For gently used brand name
Clothing/accessories & furniture
$Cash on the Spot$ SANDY'S No appt
necessary! 2906 NW 13th St 372-1226 4-
26-72-14

BARTENDING
$250 A DAY POTENTIAL
No experience necessary, training provided.
800-965-6520 ext 138 4-26-72-14

SECRET SHOPPERS
Needed for evaluations of
Local Stores, Restaurants and'Theaters
Flexible Hours, E-mail required
Call 1-800-585-9024 ext 6254
4-26-72-14

EARN $60 THIS WEEK!
Donate Plasma & Save a Life
$$$$$$$$$$$$
Best part-time job you'll ever have.
NEW DONORS
Bring this Ad and Earn an
Extra $5 on Your 2nd Donation.
DCI Biologicals 150 NW6th St.
352-378-9204
4-26-72-14

GATORSNEEDJOBS.COM
We need Paid Survey Takers in Gainesville.
100% FREE to join. Click on Surveys.
4-26-72-14

Telephone Interviewing
NO SALES
$7.50/hr ($8 Bi-lingual) + BONUS
Apply @ UF Survey Research Center
M-F 9am-9pm 408 W University Ave.
Suite 106, Tel. 392-2908 x105
Must work eve/wknd
4-26-72-14


GATOR DOMINOS
$10- 15/Hour DRIVERS
$6.15- $7.15/Hour INSIDERS
$35K-$50K/year MANAGERS
Apply online at www.gatordominos.com
Or at any of the 6 locations. 4-26-72-14


Park Place Car Wash is looking for hard
workers for all positions. Manager. Detailer.
Cashiers (fullday availability) & Lineworkers.
(AM 8:30-1) & (PM 12-6). Apply: 7404 NW
4th Blvd. Across from Home Depot. No
phone calls please. 2-28-36-14

COMPETITIVE YOUTH SOCCER
COACHES Req. coaching license or 3-5
years exp. & ability to make 2 yr comittment.
Email to: contact@gainesvillesoccer.org 2-
28-47-14

*DANCERS NEEDED*
Private dance co. Great for students. Great
pay, fast cash & flexible hours. Call to start
today! 378-3312 2-9-25-14

GatorHospitalityJobs.com
Apply online to restaurants, hotels &
clubs in the Gainesville area. We need
servers, cooks, drivers and more. 2-28-
37-14

GATOR DOMINO'S is now hiring delivery ex-
perts & outgoing, friendly customer svc rep-
resentatives. Apply online or at our Jonesville
location at 14300 W. Newberry Rd. No exp
necessary. Will train the right people!
4-26-72-14


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1 II Help Wanted


$100 EACH NIGHT Guaranteed
13th St. Domino's now hiring 10 drivers.
Closing drivers earn $100 to $125 each
night. Apply @ 3311 W.University. 377-4992.
4-26-72-14

Summer Jobs
*$2100
*Co-Ed Camp
*Seven weeks
*Room and Board Included

Get Paid to Play!
The Florida Elks Youth Camp (FEYC) needs
male and female Summer Camp Counselors
ages 18 and up. FEYC is an overnight camp
located off of Highway 450 in Umatilla, FL
The camp runs June 5-July22 Please contact
Krys Ragland at 1-800-523-1673 ext 251 or
352-669-9443 ext 251 4-26-72-14

DRIVER OPPORTUNITY
Earn between $10-$20/hr! Gatorfood.com.
Flexible Schedule. Great Opportuntiy. For
info contact Meghan 379-3663 3-6-40-14

MARIO & LUIGI'S PIZZA Now hiring
Flyer Distributors $7.50/hr, Drivers $10-
12/hr, Pizzamakers $7/hr Apply at 3458 W.
University Ave. Call 376-6433 or 871-3368
4-26-72-14

Call center needs experienced telephone
agents for all shifts 24 hours 1830 NE 2nd St.
Apply in person M-F 9am-4pm 4-26-71-14

SALES ASSOCIATE
FT and PT for hotel. Hourly & bonus.
Weekdays & weekends. Friendly attitudes
w/good customer svc skills. Apply in person:
4021 SW40th Blvd. 2-8-20-14

Brand Protection Agency
Ineternet Researchers needed for our
Gainesville office. FT 9am-6pm (M-F) PT
Negotiable. Resumes@NetEnforcers.com
2-8-20-14

Psychaiatric Aides $22,612 annually. Shift
work. Rotating days off. Req. completion of
30 sem or 45 qtr hrs. of college w/5 courses
in soc/behav sci. apply: https://peoplefirst.my
florida.com; Lori Ross at 264-8250 EEO/AA
As of 2/2/06 a tobacco free environment
2-8-20-14

PARTICIPANTS NEEDED
The Phonetics Laboratory in the
Program in Linguistics is looking for people
to participate in a listening experiment.
You can earn $10/hr by participating in
a study of the perception of speech sounds
from foreign languages.
If you are interested in participating, please
contact Jenna Silverjenlsilver@yahoo.com
3-10-39-14

MOVIE EXTRAS, ACTORS, MODELS!
Make $75-$250/day
all ages and faces wanted!
No exp. Required, FT/PT!
800-851-6131 2-15-20-14

Phone reps. needed ASAP for Political
Campaigns. Base hourly rate. 352-371-5888
x 111 or 4112 NW22nd Drive. 2-28-29-14

AMAZING SUMMER at PA coed children's
overnight camp. Men.& Women wanted for
all activities & couselor positions. Nursing
positions available too. Good Salary.
Internships Available. We provide campers
with a safe quality experience that will stay
with forever. Let us do the same for you.
Visit website, www.campnockamixon.com to
schedule on campus interview for Feb 22
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GENIUSES WANTED
for freelance work in web design, graphic
design & coding. Please call Ashley @ 352-
371-6536 2-7-10-14

ATTENTION DESIGN/ART STUDENTS
PT Merchandiser Position Avail. $10/hr. Flex
schedule. Contact Ms. Burton @352-378-
4278. 2-7-10-14


HUNGRY HOWIES is now hiring
Cash paid daily. Drivers & inside workers
needed. Flexible schedule. Full & part time
availalbe. Apply in person 3105 SW 34th St.
2-22-20-14


JIMMY JOHN'S
GOURMET SANDWICHES
Wanted: full time managers. Apply in person
1724 W. UniversityAve. G'ville. 2-7-10-14

Summer Camp Positions & More! Download
an application at www.suncountryspdrts.com
and then call 331-8773 or 378-8711. 2-9-
10-14


PINCH-A-PENNY
Customer Service Sales Stock. Apply in
person 7100 W. University Ave. or 5010 NW
34th St. 2-24-20-14


SALES CLERK
$6.50/hr. PT .Call Sandy's Consignment
Boutique 372-1226 2-10-10-14


* Help Wanted


Wanted:
Gators, Almost Gators, Ex-Gators,
Wannabe Gators &
Even NeverWannabeGators
For Part Time Inside Sales at
Infinite Energy.
Salary and Commission.
Flexible daytime hours.
Call Brad at 331-8837, ext 3125 between
5pm and 7pm on Tuesdays & Thursdays,
or send resume to
wehavejobs@infiniteenergy.com
Immediate need.
Earn money for the beach this summer.
EOE/AAIMFDV
2-28-22-14

GREETER ATTENDANT
FT/PT Mon-Sun. Flexible hours. Friendly
customer service skills req. Call Andy 888-
463-1954 ext. 205 2-13-10-14

CASHIERS
FT/PT Mon-Sun. Will work with schedule.
Friendly customer service skills req. Call
Andy 888-463-1954 ext 205 2-13-10-14

ASST OPERATION MANAGER
FT friendly customer service skills req.
Please call Andy 888-463-1954 ext 205 2-
13-10-14

VALET PARKING.
FT/PT. Flexible hours, will work around
schedule. Must be customer oriented and
dependable. Call or leave message for
Andy 888-463-1954 ext 205 Good pay!
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Summer Counselors Wanted
Counselors needed for our student travel
and pre-college enrichment program, middle
school enrichment, and college admissions
prep. Applicants must be 21 years old
by June 20th-and posses a valid driver's
license. We need: Mature, Hardworking,
Energetic individuals who can dedicate 4-7
weeks mentoring and supervising teens. To
recieve information of apply, please visit our
wpbsite: www.summerfun.com or 1800-645-
6611. 2-27-20-14

AUNTIE ANNE'S PRETZELS is seeking a
mature person for flexible hours 18-30 per
wk. Apply in person, Food Court in The Oaks
Mall. 2-13-20-14

BIG LOU'S PIZZERIA
Hiring servers, kitchen, drivers, pizza mak-
ers. Apply in person 5 SE 2nd Ave. 352-335-
7123 2-14-10-14

DATA PROCESSING
Local mailer needs reliable individual.
Flexible hours. Thorough perception of
Microsoft Excel required. Call Tito 9 AM-
Noon 377-8400 or Fax resume to 377-0691.
2-14-10-14

FREELANCE ONLINE TUTORS WANTED
Work from the convenience of your loca-
tion. Brainfuse is provider of supplemental
services to US students grade 3-12. Send
resumes to, jobs@brainfuse.com *Bilingual
preferred. 4-26-56-14

Tutors needed for one-on-one tutoring. At-
risk elementary school students. $9/hr., 15-
20 min. drive from campus. Tutors must have
federal work-study work permit. Contact Sally
for sched at 352-384-1155, st23@cox.net
2-7-5-14


SHelp Wanted


Looking for PT responsible help for
PAINTING & PLASTERING. Start $7.50/hr.
Own transportation a must. Call 352-378-
7013. Lv. Msg. 2-14-10-14







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Leasing Consultant, PT
Sales & customer service exp.
Flexible hours, Great pay
Growing
& Dynamic Co.
Career Advancement!
EOE, DFWP
352-375-2152 X301
email: employment@teamparadigm.com
www.teamparadigm.com
4-26-55-14

Licensed Agent Jack Beach & St. Aug
Offices. In-house sales training. Complete
marketing & leads. Join our dynamic team
& earn top commissions. Call 904-270-8700.
Match Maker Coastal Realty. 2-7-5-14

MICANOPY ANIMAL HOSPITAL
is hiring technicians to work Mon-Thurs.
PM's & Fri. AM's. Fax resume to 352-466-
4267 or call 466-0067 for info. 2-7-5-14

Nurse needs sitter for infant. Varied evening
shirts 2-3 days a week. Infant experience
required. References requested.Call Sara at
528-6925 or 850-459-3812 2-22-15-14

Money for SPRING BREAK!
First step: student 16an processor. $400-
$600/wk part time. amarshall35@yahoo.com
2-15-10-14


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Graphic designer needed. Gatorfood.com
looking for talented,,creative & experienced
people. Must be familiar with Quark Express.
Looking for FT and PT. Please contact David
379-3663 2-15-10-14

Computer Engraver to layout and run
Computer Engraving equipment in produc-
tion shop environment. Also positions for
part time web development and computer
programming with visual basics. Apply at The
Trophy Shop 707 NW 13th St. 2-8-5-14

Breeding facility needs hard workers to care
for snakes and rodents. PT and FT positions
available. Will train. Call 495-3075 2-8-5-14

Project assistant for small book business in
Alachua. Must know web design, understand
shopping cart sites, maintain data base, cre-
ate bi-weekly newsletter $9/hr, 10hrs/wk.
email resume to scliett@acceleration.net
2-10-7-14

Lifeguard needed 300 Club
Red Cross or WSI cert. required. 10-15 hrs/
wk. Contact Josh @339-2199 2-8-5-14

Are you energetic and motivated? Are
you looking for a flexible job? LifeSouth
Community Blood Centers, Inc. is cur-
rently seeking part-time Donor Scheduling
Representatives to help maintain the com-
munity blood supply. Evening and weekend
shifts are available. To apply, please call
(352)224-1741 after 5pm Monday through
Thursday & leave a message. EOE/DFWP
2-8-5-14

400 counselors & instuctors needed!.
Co-ed summer camps in Poconos, PA.
Top salary, travel paid, best staff.
Apply @ www.lohikan.com or call
1-800-488-4321 4-26-55-14

The Nuclear Pharmacy Services business of
Cardinal Health has an immediate opening
in Gainesville for a full time CUSTOMER
SERVICE ASSISTANT.
This position is primarily involved in process-
ing orders, packing material for shipment and
in performing pick-ups and deliveries (com-
pany vehicles). The hours are from 4 AM to
12 noon M-F with occasional weekends.
We also have a part-time opening for ap-
proximately 20 hours a week. Qualified can-
didates will possess a high school education
or GED, a valid driver's license with a clean
record, and the ability to lift 50 Ibs.
Please contact Shirley Phillips at 352-336-
1575 between the hours.of 10 am and 4
pm.Cardinal Health offers competitive com-
pensation and full benefits, including stock
purchase and 401K. Candidates will be re-
quired to pass a background check and drug
screen. EOE, M/FIDN. 2-9-5-14

Needs experienced filer for one or two shifts
of filing invoices, timecards, sales reports, et
al. 12-min. bike ride from Reitz Union, $9/hr,
est. duration approx 6 hours total, +/-, pay-
able same day. 2-7-3-14

NEED EXTRA INCOME?
Make your own hours.
Outside sales. Call 352-332-5005. Ask for
Andrea. 2-10-6-14

ACCTS RECEIVABLE/ BILLING CLERK for
NW site work construction office. Quickbooks
exp req. Ideal for business, construction, or
accounting major. Flex. hrs. $9-15/hr. Fax
resume & avail, hrs. to 352-335-1705. 2-
9-5-14


1 Help Wanted


Open immediately:
Assistant Scientist /associate Scientist

Banyan Biomarkers (www.banyanbio.com) is
an early stage biotech company located at
the UF Biotechnology Development Institute
in Alachua, Florida.
* The ideal candidate should have a M.Sc.
in biomedical science or a related field or
a B.Sc. degree with, significant laboratory
experience
* Job duties will include guided, but in-
dependent research work to develop new
biomarker assays, including a variety of
techniques (ELISA assays, Western blot-
ting, PCR..)
* Industry experience with assay validation
skills is a plus.
* Salary is commensurate with experience
If you are a highly motivated individual
and enjoy working in a fast paced biotech
environment, please send cover letter and
resume to:
Mrs. Susan Kodumal, Banyan Biomarkers,
12085 Research Drive, Alachua, FL 32608;
askodumal@BanyanBio.com. 2-9-5-14

New Scooters 4 Less is looking for young
energetic organized mechanics. PT/FT pos.
avail. $8/hr. starting pay. Exp w/2 stroke & 4
stroke engines is necessary. Call 336-1271
for more info. or stop by to fill out application.
2-17-11-14

IN-HOME CHILD CARE for active 5 year
old. Pick up at bus stop & some additional
driving required. Tues. & Thurs. 3pm to 9pm
prior experience & references required. Call
Jenny @ 335-5386. 2-7-3-14

University Athletic Association
Sales Associate
The UAA is currently seeking a qualified
candidate to fill the position of a part-time
(30 hours) benefit eligible Sales Associate.
HS diploma or GED and at least one (1)
year of customer service background re-
quired. Retail experience preferred. Must
be available to work a varied schedule and
work at home football games and other
sporting events. Assists Sportshop Manager
in the daily operations of the Official Gator
Sportshop. Responsible for cleaning, stock-
ing, and displaying of merchandise. Also
assists with mail order processing, inventory
controls and directing OPS employees in
the absence of management. Qualified ap-
plicants send resume or completed UAA ap-
plication by the closing date of Wednesday,
February 8, 2006 to:

University Athletic Association, Inc.
Human ResourceslSales Associate
P.O. Box 14485
Gainesville, FL 32604-2485
2-8-4-14

SPL HOLD 'EM GIRLS WANTED
Event Manager, Promotion Director for
local Gainesville area "Texas Hold 'Em"
Tournaments. Be part of the latest excite-
ment. Join the local "SPL -Texas Hold 'Em
Girls" Team. Must be attractive, outgoing and
reliable. Mustbe over 18 Current Student/
Marketing Majors preferred.. Flex schedule,
4-5evenings per week. 5 hrs per Tournament
guaranteed. If you have experience in Bar -
Nightclub promotions, and or Service, we will
train you on Poker Tournament Management.
Positions also available in Tampa, Orlando
and Talahassee. Work into Management if
desired. $10. hr guaranteed plus tips. (You
will average $20/$25/hr.) Benefits and gas al-
lowance available. Send Resume and Photo
(required) to mailto:john@satellitepokerleag
ue.com 2-8-3-14


1 1 .Help Wanted

WANTED: COLLEGE MUSICIAN to teach
music to Home Schooled children. Excellent
pay. Flexible hours. Apply online @
www.applyrightonline.com 2-10-5-14

MAKE BIG $$$$
delivering flowers on Valentine's Day. Need
car, insurance, valid driver's license. Call
Crevasse's Florist at Thornebrook Village
376-2514 2-10-5-14

NOW HIRING A 5YRS. OR MORE EXP.
WINDOW TINTER
FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CALL MAIN.
STREET DETAILING AT 352-376-4649 2-
28-17-14

DELIVERY DRIVERS
wanted for flowershop for Valentines. Must
have own car. Apply in person. 635C NW
13th Street: 2-10-5-14

Wanted. GOOD EARS
for a hearing study. Please contact
Kim@392-0601 ext.380 orkdf1108@ufl.edu.
Payment is $10/hr. 2-7-2-14

COLLEGE CATERING
looking for PT sales rep. Call 434-981-6410
or email collegecatering@gmail.com 2-13-
5-14

PT Maintenance Personnel
Excellent pay, flexible hrs
Professional attitude, own
truck and tools required.
Campus Realty 692-3800 2-20-10-14

Valentine's Week Helpers
Need Florist exp. AND DRIVERS. Top $$
Floral Expressions 375-1234 2-9-3-14

Delivery Drivers Wanted
Valentines week. Competitive pay, flexible
hours. Call 378-8105 2-13-5-14

Successful and innovative startup looking for
associate. 20+ hours/wk. Are you reiable,
versatile, computer savvy, and team player?
Willing to assist in one or preferably more
areas including customer serviceR. data
analysis, office support, marketing/sales
support, Windows, info tech? Email resume
to HR@leadership.org 2-13-5-14

5 STAR PIZZA ON TOWER RD.
Now Hiring all positions. Great pay, flexible
hours. Apply in person. 600 NW 75th St.
2-20-10-14

Attention smokers! Do you want to quit
smoking? Smokers are needed to partici-
pate in a smoking cessation study. If inter-
ested, email UF Lab and Clinic at
ufsmokelabclinic@gmail.com or 870-7332
2-13-5-14


U Services

AAA STORAGE
Close To UF, Convenient
4x4x4 $20/mo
4x8x8 $35/mo
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
4-26-72-15

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 4-26-72-15

HYPNOTIST-Stop smoking. Improve mem-
ory & concentration. Eliminate bad habit-
Past life regression. Learn self-hypnoF
Low Student Rates. Leonard Umans AAF
NGH certified 379-1079. 4-26-72-15

** BELLY DANCE **
Ethnic Dance Expressions Studio
For Fun & Fitness 384-9200
www.ethnicdanceexpressions.com
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EVERGLADE EQUESTRIAN CENTER UNPLANNED PREGNANCY? Confidential, IS YOUR BUSINESS, CLUB OR ***WEST COAST from $197 RT** GATOR BUS IS HERE
The countryclub for horses & owners, compassionate adoption advice. Expenses ORGANIZATION HAVING AN EVENT? Tours, packages & more. Los Angeles, Offering an alternative party option $25 r/t to
Customer lounge w/full kitchen & bath. 250' paid if needed. Choose life! www.america DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL Seattle, S.F., S.D. & more! Gator Country Ybor City, Departures Fri & Sat 7:30pm. Also
x 160' riding ring, round pen .& jump pad- nkidzadoption.com FL lic. # 1105-002-000 ANNOUNCEMENT? PLACE YOUR AD Travel (just off campus) 373-1992 FL Seller Tampa, Orlando shuttle leave Friday return
dock. Lessons. 30 acres, 40 matted stalls, 19 (727) 823-1537 or toll free (866) 303-1573 HERE AND GET IT NOTICED! of Travel Reg. No. ST-36232 4-26-72-22 Sunday. 219-2059 2-10-8-23
separate paddocks. 24-hr security, 352-591- 4-26-72-16
3175 everglade-eqestrian.com 4-26-72-15 ***E + FPAST CnAST t7 RT.+** l


THE TRUE YOU!
Lose 8-15 pounds in 4 weeks
Only $99!
Gain muscle while you lose fat
Groups forming now. 339-2199
4-26-71-16


Want to be a CNA? Don't want to wait? Give Your Valentine A Brighter Smile!
Express Training Services can get you certi- ***SPECIAL VALENTINE OFFER***
fled under 3 wks! Hands-on exp, no videos. Upper & lower teeth whitening
Day/eve classes avail. Next class 2/20/06. $250 for qualifying patients.
Class sizes limited. 338-1193 for details. Call Dr. Reyes &Associates 376-6366
4-26-72-15 2-15-10-16


PERSONAL TRAINING 300
Personal and Group Training
Flexible Scheduling Exclusive Facility
Call for a free workout
339-2199
4-26-71-15

FOIL HI-LITES
1/2 head $65 Full head $85.
Hair extensions, shampoo, cut, style $25
Hair by Glenda (352) 258-8431
2-9-20-15

HIP MOVES STUDIO
Porcnnal Traininn $5i nor hr


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*3 Personals


ANONYMOUS
HIV ANTIBODY TESTING
Alachua County Health Dept. Call
334-7960 for app't (optional $20 fee)


.- "'' r'-" GUNS! GUNSI GUNS!
Belly Dance & Yoga Classes 1800 Gun Inventory
Your first class FREE Over 500 handguns in stock
692-0132 nicomadance.com Buy, Sell, Trade or Repair.
4-26-65-15 Reloading Supplies 466-3340
Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer
LSAT & GMAT FREE seminars! 8mi. South of G'ville on 441
Boost score! Immediate results! Sun 1/22 4-26-72-18
at 2pm. Call 1-800-910-1352 for informa-
tion & reservation. 2-20-1-15 FLASHBACKS PAYS CASH FOR CLOTHES.
We buy 10-5, M-Sat. Open to shop til 6. WE
MCAT FREE Seminar! ALSO BUY HOUSEHOLD ITEM. 211 W Univ
Boost score Immediate results & free Ave 375-3752. 4-26-72-18
study guides! Sun 1/22 at 3:30 pm. Call
1-800-910-1352 for info & reservation 2- VEGETARIAN?
20-1-15 Try BOOK LOVER'S CAFE
Inside Books, Inc. 505 NW 13 St.
TLC,HORSEBOARD 10-9 384-0090
All facilities & amenities: quality instruc- 4-26-72-18
tion. 15 min from UF. Jan at 376-7762.
Greathouse Equestrian Center. 4-26-62-15 CLEARANCE SALE All CDs must go -
100,000+ CDs on sale $5.99. Ten for $50.
INCOME TAX PREP We need more room for our GIANT DVD
Student Discounts. e-file, fast refund, inex- INVENTORY. Cash paid for DVDs. Hear
pensive, guaranteed. lucy2@ufl.edu Again 818 W. University Ave. 373-1800 4-
352-371-9514, cell 284-0803. 2-13-10-15 26-72-18


MATH TUTOR *Family Chiropractic*
7 years of experience. BS in Engineering, Since 1977. Two blocks from U.F
UF. English/ Spanish. Call Francisco @ 352- 373-7070
494-8582 Sliding Scale Rates 2-13-10-15 4-26-59-18

African Hatian Style Dancing
Sun, Mon, Tues. Ages 19-45 $40/mo. TENNIS RACKET STRINGING
25 hrs/night. Help lose weight & feel great. Fast Service Close to UF
Call 352-333-9671 for locations and info. Westside Park Tennis 376-8250 2-28-
May require future performances 16-18
2-13-5-15


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FINANCE TUTOR
Individuals or small groups.
Experienced, excellent.
375-6641 Harold Nobles
4-26-/2 -15


Prices include:
SRound-trip luxury cruise with food.
Accommodations on the island at
your choice of ten resorts.
Free V.I.P. party package upgrade!
Appalachia Travel
1-800-867-5018
www.BahamaSun.com
WE WILL BEAT ANY PACKAGE PRICE!
Cancun from $499
FL Seller of Travel Reg #ST35585
3-3-89-21


Westside Park tennis 376-8250u -28- Shotgun Sports-Skeet-Trap-5-Stand
16-15 Want to make a connection? Place your ad Bunker-Open to Public-Wed-Fri-Sat
here to look for someone to share a common Sun-1 OAM-6PM-Guys-Gals-Families
| interest with or for your true love UF-Students-Memberships-Discounts
Health Services Training-Pro-Shop-Ammo-Rentals
Chat live free, gay STR-8 or Bi. Call the Gatorskeetandtrap.com 352-372-1044
Matchmaker free @ 373-7272, 24 hrs. Great 4-26-67-21
ANONYMOUS way to meet cool people and it works. Chat


HIV ANTIBODY TESTING
Alachua County Health Dept. Call
334-7960 for app't (optional $20 fee)

ABORTION/ABORTION by PILL (RU-486)
IV sedation, Student Discount.
Well Woman Care & Birth Control
Bread & Roses Women's Health Ctr
352-372-1664 www.breadroses.com
4-26-72-16


All Women's Health Center
ABORTION
Free Pregnancy Test
RU-486 Available
378-9191
www.abortiongainesville.com
4-26-72-16


live winh others. 4-26o-L-7 9 Spring Break 2006 with STS in
Jamaica, Mexico, Bahamas and Florida
Well, I'm not the queen, but I am the prin- Don't get left behind!
cess. And, I need an escort for a party being Book now, limited space available.
held on the Tenth of February at the Eagles Call for group discounts information
Landing. Mind you, you can't be blind (be- and reservations. 800-648-4849
cause I am and I need assistance), you must www.ststravel.com. ARC Exempt 1287321.
be over the age of fifty, single, own a car and 2-16-20-21
have to be approved by the ladies of Delta
Gamma and the ladies of our newsroom.So,
you have to be a nice gent. So smile and Tickets
come to our Valentines party. If interested, let Tick
some one know who you are, and remember
our fund raiser is to benefit epilepsy 352-
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hotels, tours. Gator Country Travel (just off
campus 373-1992 FL Seller of Travel Reg.
No. ST-36232 4-26-72-22


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Eng & more! Gator Country Travel (just off
campus) 373-1992 FL Seller of Travel Reg. Furry, feathery, scaly...no, not your
No. ST 36232 4-26-72-22 roommate...pets. Find or advertise your pets
or pet products here in the Pets section of
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FOUND:
Key and Key Chain
at University Ave. and NW 24th St. on Friday
GM G TRANSPORT 2/3. Callto identify 371-2406 2-9-3-25
20 Yrs. as the Official So. Fl. Bus
Depart: Th & Fr 2:00 & 4:30PM/reverse REWARD FOR LOST JACK RUSSELL.
$40 r/t Mia-FtL/Pomp-WPB-FtP. Lost on January 28 in downtown area. All
336-7026 www.GMGTRANS.com white dog w/black circle around eye. Call
4-26-72-23 376-8273 2-8-5-25

4 Shuttle- official Orl. airport to/from Gain.-
luxury SUV Vans, $143- door to door up to
07 people. 321-299-5921/ 407-641-6580- Another Saturday night without a date?
www. transorlando.com 1-10-20-23 Read The Alligator.

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WALDO FARMERS & FLEA MARKET
Every Sat & Sun Hwy 301
15 min from Gainesville 486-2255
4-26-72-21


FIRST STRIKE PAINTBALL
Airball, Speedball, Forts on 27 acres
Call for the best group rates!
352-338-8408
4-26-72-21

BAHAMAS SPRING BREAK
CELEBRITY CRUISE!
5 Days From$299! Includes Meals, Taxes,
Entry To Exclusive MTVu Events,
Beach Parties With Celebrities
As Seen on Real World, Road Rules!
On Campus Reps Needed!
www.SpringBreakTravel.com
Promo Code 35. 1-800-678-6386
FL Seller of Travel Reg. #ST34486
2-15-81-21

SCANCUN,ACAPULCO, JAMAICA
From $499
Travel With America's Largest & Ethics
Award Winning Spring Break Company!
Fly Scheduled Airlines,
Free Meals, Drinks,
Biggest Celebrity Parties!
On-Campus Marketing Reps Needed!
www.SpringBreakTravel.com
Promo Code 35. 1-800-678-6386
FL Seller of Travel Reg #34486
2-15-81-21

BAHAMAS
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2006


ALLIGATOR
www.alligatorSports.org


Gators look to Ball, O'Day to anchor pitching staff


By SPENCER DAVIS-VANNESS
Alligator Staff Writer
sdvanness@alligator.org

A nice guy and a redneck.
These two will lead the Gators'
pitching staff this season, UF
pitching coach Ross Jones said.
Projected ace Bryan Ball and
reliever Darren O'Day, will pro-
vide much-needed experience to
a young and depleted pitching


rotation.
Each player brings a vastly dif-
ferent approach to leadership in
the process.
"[O'Day] is a vocal guy, a guy
that's not afraid to take the bull
by the horns and tell guys what to
do," Jones said. "Ball, on the other
hand, doesn't say as much. He's
your tough, prototypical redneck,
who would drop his glove and
fight you in a heartbeat."


Jones tagged Ball as a crucial
source of leadership by example
and'an important complement to
O'Day's nice-guy approach.
"[Ball] leads more by ex-
ample," Jones said. "If he sees a
guy slacking off, you won't hear
the words of encouragement like
from Darren. He's more likely to
walk up to you and get in your
face."
The seniors' leadership skills

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Senior pitcher Darren O'Day throws during the UF baseball team's practice Saturday. O'Day and fellow
senior Bryan Ball will be counted on to lead an inexperienced pitching staff this season.


will be needed as much on the
field as off. O'Day is firmly en-
trenched as the team's chief re-
liever, and it appears that Ball will
be given his opportunity to shine
as well.
Ball, who spent some time in
a similar role early last season,
will be asked to take the mound
as UF's top starter this season and
is almost a certain lock to start in
the team's season opener against
Cincinnati on Friday.
S"This year, what they're asking
of me is something that I've been
wanting the entire time I've been
here," Ball said. "It's very exciting
to get a chance to lead."
Beyond its pair of seniors,
however, UF's pitching staff is so
thin that it scares even the most
tested players and coaches. In
2005, names like Alan Home and
Tommy Boss grabbed headlines as
they led the Gators to the national
finals of the College World Series.
With so much of that staff gone,
this year's squad is branded with
a huge question mark.
"We lost our No. 1 starter, our
No. 2 starter and our best guy
out of the bullpen," O'Day said.
"Then this year, we lose one of
our best returning left-handers
[Stephen Locke to Tommy John
surgery].
"But I think we have the talent
and a lot to work with, and we
need to just find out who can play
at this level."
Last season, Locke emerged
as a major contributor from the
mound, making 11 starts and be-
ing named a Louisville Slugger


Freshman All-American.
This year, another freshman
may be asked to step up, as expe-
rience runs shallow at the starter
positions.
Jones said any newcomer can
challenge for a role this season
based purely on his ability, but he
added that all new players need to
adjust to the demands of the col-
legiate level.

See related pitching graphic
on pg. 23

Beyond freshmen, the Gators
have options with sophomore
Bryan Augenstein, who looks to
steal the second rotation position,
and Andy Gale, a transfer from
North Carolina, who is condition-
ing to make a midseason impact.
Though inexperience plagues
UF's pitching staff, Jones pointed
out that his group is talented and
deep a preseason scenario that
he likened to the situation the UF
basketball team faced to begin its
season.
"I think if you look at this year
and what Coach [Billy] Donovan
is doing, he lost [Anthony]
Roberson, [Matt] Walsh and
[David] Lee all at one time,"-Jones
said. "Every time you turned the
radio on, everyone was asking,
'Where are the points going to
come from?'
"But new people stepped in
for them, and I only hope that we
can be as successful as that. My
biggest concern is not talent; it's
building a complete staff around
it."


Teammates razz Humphrey about bicycle accident


* HUMPHREY BROKE HIS SILENCE,
PROVIDING DETAILS ABOUT HIS
ACCIDENT ON MONDAY.

By DAN TREAT
Alligator Staff Writer
dtreat@alligator.org

Before traveling to Ole Miss last week,
the Gators ended practice with a routine
huddle, complete with requisite compli-
ments about the day's events.
That's when UF assistant coach


Anthony Grant piped up.
"Coach Grant goes, 'Guys, stay off of
bicycles, don't ride your bicycles,'" sopho-
more point guard Taurean Green said.
"And everybody just started laughing."
And so life has gone for UF guard Lee
Humphrey, whom Green has referred to as
Lance Armstrong since last week.
He has endured jokes referencing every
cycling event, from the Tour de France to
the X-Games, ever since he flipped off a
curb and separated his shoulder on Jan.
29.


"They kid around with me a little bit,"
Humphrey said. "I've had some friends
call from back home; they
made a Lance Armstrong
joke or a training wheels
joke, something like that.
SSo I've gotten some pretty
S good kidding about it."
Humphrey spoke to
Sthe media Monday for
Humphrey the first time since his
accident, and he was finally able to shed
some light on how the wreck actually oc-


curred.
According to Humphrey, he fell riding
off a curb and landed on the concrete.
Aside from his shoulder injury, he suf-
fered a minimal amount of road rash on
his elbow, but he was able to ride to the
team trainer's office for treatment.
After initially being listed as doubtful
for one to three weeks, Humphrey was
able to play Saturday against Kentucky,
just six days removed from the accident.
Humphrey didn't score against the
SEE HOOPS, PAGE 23


NBA
Magic 82
Wizards 94
Men's basketball
Texas (6) 65
Texas Tech 44


EThe UF baseball team climbed
to No. 1 in the first regular-season
poll by Collegiate Baseball. Pre-
season No. 1 Texas was swept by
unranked San Diego.


* 2001: The UF baseball team defeats Sa-
vannah State 35-1, the largest margin of vic-
tory in school history. Ben Harrison recorded
three hits in the second inning, becoming
the second UF player to accomplish the feat.


MMen's hoops: No. 11Tennessee
vs. Kentucky, ESPN, 7 p.m.

EMen's hoops: No. 2 Duke vs. No.
23 North Carolina, ESPN, 9 p.m.






22, ALLIGATOR U TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2006


MEN'S GOLF

UF shoots up in standings


By JENNA MARINA
Alligator Writer

In Dr. Jekyll-Mr. Hyde fashion, the UF
men's golf team did a complete 180-degree
flip Sunday in the second round of the
Mercedes-Benz Collegiate in Ponte Vedra
Beach.
After falling to last place at 15th with
a team score of 320 (32 over) in the first
round, the Gators landed the first-place
spot in the second round with a 1-over-par
score of 289, which improved their overall
rank to seventh place.
"It's not really about what other people
do," UF coach Buddy Alexander said. "It's
just about us playing better than what we
did yesterday. Things happen in golf, and
people have a bad day. You know that these
guys have pride and will do whatever it
takes to get back in it."
Senior Brett Stegmaier led the Gators in
the tournament with a score of 78 (6 over).
Stegmaier started off strong for the Gators
and birdied two of his first nine holes. He
finished with an even-par score of 72 and is
tied for 15th place.


Making up for Sunday's bogey-ridden
performance, senior Matt Every made the
Gators' biggest comeback, sinking four bird-
ies on his way to a team-best 71.(1 under).
Freshman Billy Horschel also birdied
on four holes and finished 1 over par at 73.
Both Horschel and Every trail Stegmaier by
two strokes.
After shooting 10 over
par on the first day, Toby
Ragland matched his
Freshman counterpart
Horschel with a 73 (1
over).
Sophomore Jessie
Every Mudd, who is playing as
an individual, bettered
his first-round score by five strokes to an
80 (8 over).
Unable to capitalize off of the three
birdies and momentum he finished with
on Sunday, sophomore Manuel Villegas
struggled and bogeyed -eight holes to also
card an 80.
The Gators return to the course today in
the final round, trailing first-place UCLA by
15 strokes.


Raspy Peck speaks up


By NICK ZACCARDI
Alligator Staff Writer
nzaccardi@alligator.org

UF women's basketball coach
Carolyn Peck stepped up to the mi-
crophone, smiled, and said in a raspy
voice, "'l try."
Stricken with laryngitis, the fourth-
year coach made it through her 10-
minute press conference Monday
with the same hoarse voice that led UF
(17-5, 5-4 Southeastern Conference) to
Sunday's win against Kentucky.
"I had a little bit of a cold going into
the Auburn game [Thursday]," Peck
said. "[With] the excitement of the
Auburn game, I know exactly when [I
lost my voice.]"
It occurred when UF forced the
Tigers into a shot dock violation, she
said. Peck celebrated the turnover, and
her cheer came out flat.
"I was really excited for our team
because we had really focused on our


defense, and they had demonstrated
that," Peck said. "And I hit one of
these 'Yeah' and it just [made a wheez-
ing noise]. And so now, I've just got to
rest it and get it back."

BROOKS EARNS HONOR: UF guard
Sha Brooks was named the SEC
Freshman of the Week for the third
time this season on Monday.
In two wins last
week, Brooks scored
BaskW o bal a team-leading 16
Bask- a points againstAuburn
on Thursday and a
game-high 21 points
at Kentucky on Sunday
"Sha Brooks has really demon-
strated that she is capable of playing
at this level," Peck said. "The speed
picks up when you play in the SEC.
She attracted a lot of attention in
teams trying to take her away from
us, and now she's really built up a lot
of confidence."


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SOFTBALL

Rotation bolstered by newcomers


By BRIAN STEELE
Alligator Writer

Though the UF softball team had four
pitchers on its roster last year the same
number heading into this season the
squad's depth is entirely different.
Last year, junior Stacey Stevens led
the Gators with 252 innings pitched. The
next-highest pitcher recorded just more
than 118 innings.
Reinvigorated with two freshmen
pitchers, Lindsay Littlejohn and Stacey
Nelson, Stevens knows that opponents
will view the team differently.
"[Having more balance] is going
to help a lot with our 60-plus-game
season," Stevens said. "As far as other
teams, they're going to require more
preparation for us because you've got to
prepare to face four pitchers who pitch
completely different from each other."
UF coach Tim Walton said Stevens,
the veteran of the staff, is both a com-
bination of power and finesse, while
Littlejohn has more power. Nelson
and returning sophomore reliever Lisa
Hasson focus more on pitch location and
finesse.
The freshmen must transition from


facing high school hitters to some of the
best players in one of the most difficult
collegiate conferences. Ready or not, that
transition will happen Friday when the
Gators begin their season in a four-team
tournament hosted by Houston.

"[The freshmen] are going to
come in and play and start
right away."
Tim Walton
UF softball coach


"[The freshmen] are going to come
in and play and start right away," said
Walton, who replaced Karen Johns on
June 21. "We have options with four dif-
ferent pitchers with completely different
styles. It still could be that one of those
pitchers gets the majority of the starts,
but I'm very excited about the talent that
our pitching staff brings to the field."
Sharing that excitement is Stevens,
who had to step up her game with the
increased competition.
"This staff, all four of us, are ready to
compete, especially in the Southeastern
Conference," Stevens said. "It makes me


work a little bit harder with those girls
next to me. It's been really fun to have
them on the team."
One would expect that Stevens
would be working harder with the re-
sume Littlejohn brings to UF. Not only
was ittlejohn perfect when it mattered
- not allowing a run in 20 high school
state and regional championship games
- she was almost perfect her whole high
school career.
Littlejohn finished with a 0.05 ERA
and went 83-4 during four years at
Bartow High.
Lately, the Gators have just worked
on building team chemistry.
"The young girls are bouncing ideas
off of me," Stevens said. "I'm asking
them as many questions as they're
asking me. We're just getting to know
each other and getting ready for the big
season."
After UF suffered a late-season col-
lapse last year, allowing 21 runs to lose
four in a row in the SEC Tournament
and NCAA Regional, Stevens is looking
toward a better finish this season.
"What we've really focused on is hav-
ing as good of an end of the season as
beginning," she said.


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Associated

Press Poll

1. Connecticut (68
2. Duke (3) 21-1
3. Memphis 21-2
4. Villanova (1) 17-
5. Gonzaga 18-3
6. Texas 19-3
7. UF20-2
8. George Washing
9. West Virginia 17
10. Illinois 20-3
11. Tennessee 16-
12. Michigan State
13. UCLA 19-4
14. Pittsburgh 17-3
15. Georgetown 16-
16. N.C. State 18-4
17. Boston College
18. Iowa 18-5
19. Ohio State 16-3
20. Oklahoma 14-5
21. Washington 16-
22. Michigan 16-4
23. North Carolina:
24. Indiana 13-6
25. Northern Iowa 20-4


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Coaches' Poll

1. Connecticut (22) 20-1
2. Duke (8) 21-1
3. Memphis (1) 21-2
4. Villanova 17-2
5. Gonzaga 18-3
6. UF 20-2
7. Texas 19-3
8. George Washington 18-1
9. Illinois 20-3
10. West Virginia 17-4
11. Michigan State 17-5
12. UCLA 19-4
13. Pittsburgh 17-3
14. Tennessee 16-3
15. N.C. State 18-4
16. Georgetown 16-4
17. Ohio State 16-3
18. Boston College 17-5
19. Iowa 18-5
20. Oklahoma 14-5
21. Indiana 13-6
22. Michigan 16-4
23. Washington 16-5
24. North Carolina 14-5
25. Colorado 15-4
Records as of Sunday
*Number of first-place votes
indicated in parentheses

Michelle Stewart/ Alligator Staff


HOOPS, from page 21


Wildcats, but had two assists and
gave UF quality minutes while
relieving the Gators' starters.
Healthy or not, UF coach Billy
Donovan doesn't want to hear
excuses when Humphrey is in
the game.
"I'm just a big believer that
when guys are injured or hurt, if
they elect to play, there's a certain
expectation they have to uphold,"
Donovan said. "And if they can't
uphold that expectation, I'm to-
tally fine if they sit out."
Humphrey was injected with
an anti-inflammatory shot in or-
der to play against Kentucky. The
junior believes he will take an-
other one prior to Wednesday's
home game against South
Carolina, but wouldn't say for
certain if it would have a similar
effect.
Even with the injection,
Humphrey's injury clearly lim-
ited him against Kentucky.
Humphrey took just one shot
against the Wildcats, missing
badly on a 3-pointer.
Donovan believes that
Humphrey's ineffective shooting
was a result of the guard's inabil-
ity to lift his left arm all the way
up to support the ball.
Humphrey had a different
take.
"I shot it pretty well, actually,
in warm-ups, but my one shot
in the game wasn't very close,"
Humphrey said with a laugh. "I
think that was more just a bad
shot than it was my shoulder."
Humphrey hasn't even sat on
a bike since the accident, marking
a major shift in his lifestyle.
Rather than riding a scooter


or the bus, Humphrey had accli-
mated himself'to riding his bike
on campus during his two and a
half years at UF.
He also rides bike trails
around Gainesville and back
home in Tennessee during the
summer, often riding more than


30 miles.
While he may get back on two
wheels again, for now his feet are
planted firmly on the ground.
"I didn't really think about
being hurt riding my bike,"
Humphrey said, "but it hap-
pened."


Andy Apicella / Alligatdr Staff
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Gators' 81-58 winn against the Commodores on Jan. 28.
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