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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23,2007
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2007
Biology major surges in popularity at UF
By HILARY LEHMAN
Anabelle Outar liked biology but said she
thought some classes in UF's interdisciplinary
biology program would do little to prepare
her for medical school.
But with the creation of a new biology ma-
jor this summer, Outar, a UF junior, decided
to switch her major from biochemistry and
molecular biology to biology.
Now, UF's biology major is already one
of the most popular majors at UF, a UF news
The interdisciplinary major, is being com-
pletely replaced by the biology major because
of course overlap, said Margaret Fields, assis-
tant dean and director of biological sciences in
UF's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Outar, now in her first semester on the pre-
professional track of the biology major, called
the new biology program the "best prepara-
tion" for her future goals.
Spring will be the third semester for stu-
dents to register for classes as biology majors.
About 4,000 students are taking the core
courses required for biology majors, Fields
Almost 1,100 students are in the major, she
Before the creation of the major, UF was
the only university out of Florida's 11 public
universities that did not offer a general biol-
Biology has many of
the courses required for
.' professional schools such
as medical school, veteri-
nary school and pharmacy
school, making the major
attractive to students seek-
ing to enter those programs
Fields after graduation.
After the creation of an
interdisciplinary biology major during the
2000-2001 school year, rapid growth of the
program prompted the decision to create an
official biology major, Fields said.
Fields said the biology major was not nec-
essary in the past because pre-professional
students could take the biology classes they
needed through the zoology and botany ma-
The main difference between the interdis-
ciplinary major and the new biology major is
transparency, Fields said.
She said the new major, which is being
offered through both CLAS and the College
of Agricultural and Life Sciences, is easier to
find and add because students do not have to
complete an application process to get into the
SEE BIOLOGY, PAGE 14
By KIM WILMATH
Alligator Staff Writer
Fiona Tennyson can't drive, get a tattoo or see a PG-13
movie by herself. But what's most frustrating to the 9-year-
old activist is that she can't vote, she said.
"The president is kind of making lies," Fiona said as
her tiny peace-sign earrings swung in the breeze Monday.
"Sometimes it gets me annoyed."
Fiona joined about 75 other protesters on a march from the
Reitz Union to Tigert Hall and finally to City Hall on Monday
afternoon to rally against the Iraq war and global warming.
"The president is kind of making lies.
Sometimes it gets me annoyed."
Members of UF's Students for a Democratic Society, a stu-
dent protest group, led the demonstration, which had several
Students wanted to remind UF President Bernie Machen
that transparent and responsible investing should be a top
priority, said Tina Steiger, a member of the group.
Steiger said the group also wanted to raise awareness
about the Iraq war and global warming because many stu-
dents don't care.
Four-foot-tall Fiona agreed.
"There's melting in the Arctic," she said. "The polar bears
are gonna get extinct, and they can't really swim for a long
Diane Solmo, one of Fiona's two moms, said she and
Fiona drove the nine hours to Gainesville from Key West to
see a science program featuring her other daughter, Chelsea
SEE PROTEST, PAGE 14
n. 21. 21
Stadium Study Session
Chris Allison, a UF sports management junior, studies in the stands of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Monday
afternoon. When games aren't being played, the stadium is open to people who want to exercise or catch
up on homework. Monday's warm and sunny weather drew numerous students to the stadium to relax
While the UF
team showed some
on offense in its
the coaching staff
by the defensive
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See story, pg. 10.
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Touchdown Terrace, 6 p.m.,
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Engineering will be holding a
Reitz Union Auditorium,
8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., today
The film "Lions for Lambs"
will be showing. Tickets will
be available on the third floor
of the Reitz Union.
Reitz Union North Terrace,
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday
Student Government will be
holding a housing fair to help
students decide where they
Reitz Union Rion Ballroom,
7:30 p.m. to midnight,
The Black Student Union will
be hosting its Homecoming
.Reitz Union Rion Ballroom,
9:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.,
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2007 0 ALLIGATOR, 3
Circus to visit Gainesville
* THE COLE BROS. CIRCUS IS
HITTING TOWN WEDNESDAY.
By APRIL DUDASH
With pastel poodles and a "Globe of Death"
in tow, Cole Bros. Circus will move its Big Top
into Gainesville on Wednesday.
Shows will take place at The Oaks Mall on
Wednesday and Thursday at 4:30 p.m. and
Renee Storey, vice president of adminis-
tration for the circus, said Cole Bros. Circus
is known for having the longest continuous
history of any circus in the U.S. and was estab-
lished in 1886.
Storey said Cole Bros. Circus staff and
performers, who have come from all over the
world, have created a tight-knit family.
She said their office manager is from the
Ukraine and used to perform in a flying tra-
The office manager is also the flying cannon-
ball at the circus performance, Storey said.
Some of the ticket takers also juggle on
horseback, she said.
Most of the employees have two to three
jobs, she said.
"You're almost sure to find that they come
from someplace interesting, and they do some-
thing really fascinating and sometimes danger-
ous," Storey said.
The most popular circus act of the year has
been the "ThunderDrome: The Moto-Globe of
Death," Storey said.
"In our performance, the 'Globe of Death'
opens the show," she said. "The kids just love it
because it's got motorcycle riders."
Two motorcyclists ride around in a giant
globe and do daredevil tricks.
People are encouraged to come out
Wednesday while the circus is propping up the
tent, she said.
Local "I hope they have the oppor-
News tunity to speak with some of our
performers," Storey said.
Their season, which began in
March, had scheduled stops in Louisiana, New
York City and Washington, D.C.
The most recent performances have been
in Tallahassee. Storey said she thinks that the
circus is a great way for college students to un-
wind and take a break from their studies.
"It's perfectly OK to be a kid," she said.
"There are not too many places like that left."
When purchased in advance, general ad-
mission tickets are $12. Adult prices, for ages 13
and up, go up to $17 on site.
Free children's tickets can also be found on
the circus' Web site.
Perfect for a Pluckin'
Randy Hollinger, 33, practices the banjo outside Norman Hall on Monday
evening while waiting for his wife, Amy, who attends class there. Norman
Hall, located on Southwest 13th Street, houses many of UF's education
classes. Hollinger teaches life science to seventh-grade students near UF
at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School. He spends about an hour
every Monday plucking his banjo strings on a bench around sunset.
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4, ALLIGATOR U TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2007
Time drags for students waiting for CLAS advisers
By MARIA FERNANDA CASTRO
Alligator Contributing Writer
Some people drool, some read and others
have their ears plugged with headphones.
Jessica Reddish just wishes her seat had a
headrest to make her experience more bear-
Reddish, an anthropology junior,
had been waiting for 25 minutes to
see her academic adviser last week.
She was not the only one.
Twenty-six other students were also
waiting to see an adviser with her at
the Academic Advising Center of the
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Students are waiting between 45 to 90 minutes
to see an adviser during one of the busiest
times of the semester, Albert Matheny, director
of the Academic Advising Center, wrote in an
Many students are seeking advice before
advanced registration for the spring semester
begins on Monday, often to get holds on their
The college has a student-to-adviser ratio
of 1,200-to-1, while in other colleges the ratio
is 250-to-1, Matheny wrote.
"We do remarkably well in the AAC
[Academic Advising Center] when you con-
sider this discrepancy," he wrote.
In the last few years, the number of stu-
dents in the college has grown from 10,000 to
12,300, but the number of advisers stayed the
same due to budget constraints in the college,
This year, the center is getting help from
graduate assistants and retired faculty mem-
bers "who basically work out of the goodness
of their hearts," he wrote.
The extra help is aimed at giving the center
more advisers and staff members available to
students, Matheny wrote, and if all goes as
planned, an additional hired adviser will start
working Jan. 1.
"I hope we can use this to address the ad-
vising bottlenecks," he wrote. "That would be
very nice, and students would see a big impact
on wait time."
"I hope we can use this to address
the advising bottlenecks. That
would be very nice, and students
would see a big impact on wait
Academic Advising Center director
In order to avoid waiting, students should
plan ahead by making sure they are seeing the
right adviser and going to the center early in
the morning, he wrote.
Coming between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. is not
recommended because most students plan to
go during those times, he wrote.
The center is open Monday through Friday
from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., but many students are
in class during those times.
"I don't mind waiting, but I hate to miss
class," said Stephen Phillips, an anthropol-
ogy junior. He had to miss class after he was
waiting for more than one hour for advising
The college's debt may also be a factor
slowing down the advising process, Matheny
The recent proposal by the Florida
Legislature and the Board of Governors for a
tuition increase will directly benefit students
because the money will go toward hiring more
advisers, he wrote.
"CLAS understands that we are short-
handed, and I believe that help will soon be on
the way," he wrote.
In the meantime, students like Reddish will
have to linger in the waiting area at the center.
Computer outlets could help encourage
students to be patient, she said, but now all
she does is "stare obliviously at other people"
while she waits.
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First new fire station in 28 years could be coming
By KATIE GALLAGHER
Gainesville Fire Rescue could
soon be getting its first new fire sta-
tion since 1979.
The City Commission passed
three petitions Monday night that
will allow for the construction of
Fire Station No. 8 on 4127 NW 34th
The land is part of a parcel that
belongs to A Child's Place child
care center, owned by Desjam
The petitions authorized split-
ting the lot and changing land use
and zoning classifications for the
Commissioner Ed Braddy and
Mayor Pegeen Hanrahan brought
up concerns about noise at the meet-
ing. The proposed location for the
station borders a residential area.
"You may have retirees, you may
have stay-at-home parents, you may
have people who are not gone dur-
ing the course of the day," Hanrahan
said. "You need to work hard at that.
We want to be good neighbors."
Gainesville Fire Chief Bill
Northcutt, who also spoke at the
meeting, said the station will try
to keep noise down, especially at
"We want to be good
"I think the intent will be not
to use those sirens until absolutely
necessary," he said.
Chris Dawson, a planner with
Causseaux, Hewett, & Walpole Inc.,
said at the meeting that planners
will do what they can to prevent
disruption to the neighbors. The
organization would be building the
This includes constructing the
building back from the edge of the
property and surrounding the prop-
erty with vegetation, he said.
In planning the vegetation, the
planners will try to retain as many
of the property's current trees as
possible, he said.
Faculty Senate may overhaul Student Honor Court
* A COMMITTEE WANTS MORE
By DEVIN CULCLASURE
Students charged with cheating might
lose the chance to have their cases heard in
front of the Student Honor Court.
A report from a committee of UF's Faculty
Senate at its Thursday meeting would elimi-
nate the handling of academic dishonesty
cases by the court, citing the lack of faculty
involvement as "problematic" and "of sig-
Neil Patel, Student Honor Court chancel-
lor, said he met with Student Body President
Ryan Moseley on Monday and said they
were still working on a response to the pos-
Patel said removing the court would take
away an important avenue of student in-
volvement in academic conduct cases.
Kim Tanzer, a UF architecture professor
who co-chairs the committee, said the Senate
is-not looking to dismantle the court.
Mainly, the committee's research showed
that faculty members want additional input
in cases involving academic conduct, Tanzer
Because of this, some professors were
taking matters into their own hands when it
came to discipline, the report states.
Generally, students charged with academ-
ic dishonesty can choose to have their cases
heard by the Student Conduct Committee,
which is composed of students and faculty,
or by the Student Honor Court.
Other venues for hearing cases include
an administrative hearing, the Greek Judicial
Board, or the Health Science Center's and
the Levin College of Law's student conduct
In the Student Honor Court, law students
act as the defense and prosecution, each pre-
senting a case to a panel of students.
The panel determines whether the ac-
cused student is responsible for the charge
and recommends an appropriate punishment
to the Dean of Student's Office, which makes
a final decision.
Tanzer said faculty could only participate
in the process as witnesses.
She said the purpose of her committee was
not to specifically target the Student Honor
Court but to streamline the different methods
of handling academic conduct cases.
The committee recommended limiting
the investigation of academic conduct cases
to faculty hearings, the Student Conduct
Committee and the Health Science Center
and law school committees.
Tanzer said the Faculty Senate will vote to
endorse or reject the committee's findings at
its Nov. 15 meeting.
If the Senate endorses the recommenda-
tions, Vice President for Student Affairs
Patricia Telles-Irvin could make the changes.
Functions of the Student Honor Court
To hear cases of students' academic
S* Random students who make up a panel
judge the outcome of the case
Provide proctors to monitor testing for any
professor who requests it.
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6, ALLIGATOR U TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2007
Hate to Wait
More CLAS advisers
It's UF's eternal problem. No, not too few season football
tickets. Not Friday's crossword puzzle being too hard for
you to finish during your chemistry lecture. Not when
your professor schedules an exam for the morning after
We're talking about the lack of advisers for the College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences.
If you've ever been lucky enough to be awarded a hold
or if you accidentally forgot to take some critical tracking
courses, you might know what it's like to have to sit in the
hell that is the Academic Advising Center lobby.
We shudder just to think about it.
Academic advising, and presumably the center, are sup-
posed to be lucky recipients of some of the money from the
Tuition Differential Program, which will begin bringing in
funds next fall. UF President Bernie Machen has said he
would use the some of the money to hire new advisers.
Hopefully CLAS' student-to-adviser ratio will improve
from 1,200 to one. But in order for CLAS' ratio to be com-
parable to UF's other colleges' ratios of 250 students to one
adviser, CLAS would need a total of 49 advisers.
Right now, it only has 11.
We know that is completely unrealistic, but even doubling
its number of current advisers would mean only one adviser
for every 560 students.
For now, students are advised (ha!) to avoid coming to the
Academic Advising Center right before registration begins,
but for students with holds or who have no clue what to take
next term, that may not be an option.
We suggest you exhaust all your other options your
department, phone calls or e-mails, your Preview staffer
- before you trudge down to the center. If you absolutely
must go, make sure you bring along an iPod, your laptop,
some homework, a pillow or a crossword puzzle just not
P planning on getting
wasted in Jacksonville
this weekend for the
If you answered yes, this
is for you.
If you party too heartily
at The Jacksonville Landing,
you'll be able to hang out in
one of three Sideline Student
Safety Zones. The best part?
No legal ramifications!
We're glad our university
isn't in denial about students
drinking, regardless of their
And it's nice to know
that if your friend or you
- has a few too many of
those drinks that are served
in a fishbowl, you'll have
a place to charge your cell
phone, catch a cab or just
drink something without
alcohol in it.
Of course, students
shouldn't depend on the
zones or drink to the point
of blacking out because they
know the zones are there.
Last year, UF, the
University of Georgia and
the city of Jacksonville part-
nered to provide two zones
for the intoxicated, with the
aim of reducing accidents
We hope students who
drink themselves into
oblivion take advantage of
the safety zones, and we
hope everyone stays safe this
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A minor proposal for registration season
t's already time to register for classes, and we're all too
busy with this semester to care about the next.
Isn't that the way it always happens? Registration
has a tendency to pop up right in the middle of exams, so
we don't spend enough time choosing classes.
Each and every semester, we naively feel like we'll be
able to sign up for exactly the courses we need when we
want to attend them. Too bad it doesn't work like that.
If war is hell, registration must be hell's musty base-
It's time to use those extra credits for something worth-
while. General education classes would be great fillers for
your credit quota, but they're no more than fillers. Gen-ed
courses are the most worthless classes offered.
Be honest with me: How many of you actually remem-
ber anything from Age of Dinosaurs? How much are you
really going to learn from the newly required "diversity"
credits? If the classes weren't so blasted easy, people might
actually show up.
I'm petitioning the university to add a new minor that
students could choose in lieu of gen-ed requirements. The
minor would give students just as liberal an education and
actually equip them for the real world.
Ladies and gentlemen, you could be among the first in
the country to study Argumentative Theory.
This course of study will subject the student to a num-
ber of diverse opinions on an equally diverse amount of
subjects. These 16 credits will validate a candidate's ability
to effectively justify their many different opinions.
In your first semester, you'd be required to take four
credits of Theory vs. Theory. This class would highlight
the differences between scientific theories, which a large
number of scientists agree upon, and everyday theories,
which are backed by no factual data.
Evolution and gravity would not be debated.
Next, you'd have a choice between Actual Statistics
and Media Statistics, either course for four credits. Both
sues, but only one of them would
correctly analyze the facts.
The other would prepare you
for a career at Fox News.
A Twenty-first Century
Kyle Cox Economics, another four-credit
course, will benefit nearly every-
email@example.com body on campus because there's
nothing more disturbing than
hearing a chemistry major talk about the trade deficit.
Topics would include "Minimum-wage and its actual
effect on society" and "Prohibition of sex and illegal drugs,
and not being able to gain tax revenues from either."
The most controversial class, two-credit Race and
Culture, would be unlike any ever offered. For each week
of study, students would be asked to prepare a presenta-
tion on members of a different culture.
Any student receiving lower than a B on any project
will be required to spend the rest of the semester living in
the country where that culture is most prevalent.
The student would be dropped off without food, mon-
ey or language lessons and be expected to adjust to the
culture accordingly. Students may not want to skip week
seven, when North Korea will be covered in detail.
Note that Race and Culture would have a two-credit
corequisite titled Immigration: Your Family Did at One
In successfully completing the minor, students will be
able to make legitimate decisions about how the world
I'd like to think all of us would sign up for the minor,
but I know better. It's too hard to research an issue prior to
forming an opinion.
Good luck with your gen-ed courses!
Kyle Cox is a junior majoring in anthropology and mar-
keting. His column appears on Tuesdays.
The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator.
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the Academic Advising Center?
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Letters to the Editor
Protesters still active regarding Tasering incident
I am writing in response to the DART issued Friday
to protesters who didn't show up at the policy forum
regarding Andrew Meyer's Tasering.
Come on, Alligator editors. I want to see some more
effort, some more vision in expressing those opinions
before I see some attempt at that lovable Colbert-ish
wit. I know the new activism on campus has presented
you a rotund, inviting, already-basted-by-televi-
sion-talking-heads-past rump to sink your salivating
sarcasm into. But I dare say, haye some more taste!
Demonstrate that journalistic hunger for credible re-
search and authorship!
Darts & Laurels once again derided students
alarmed at a fellow student's Tasering for only seeking
the unstructured, attention-getting path of protest, in-
stead of the public forum. I ask the editorial board, was
it aware that the meeting established as a consequence
of the protest was held and well received last week
between UF President Bernie Machen and a delegation
of protesters? Did they stop to consider there's reason
for little faith in the Student Government crony-laden
review panel? Steps were taken. Check your facts.
Aborted fetuses have no stance on abortion
In response to Lawrence Mackey's stance on abor-
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me, I wouldn't have had to respond to such a stupid
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One team eliminated from SFCC internship contest
* FOUR TEAMS ARE LEFT TO
COMPETE IN THE CONTEST.
By EVA MAE SMITH
Alligator Contributing Writer
There were squeals of joy from Team
White Bengals and disappointed looks from
Team Krackerjacks on Monday.
Five teams, each with four SFCC stu-
dents, crowded into a conference room at
Charles Perry Construction, where the first
team was eliminated in an SFCC contest for
internships throughout the state called The
At the elimination ceremony, Breck
Weingart, president of Charles -Perry
Construction, announced the teams that
would be moving on for three more tasks.
"This is a promotion," he said. "We're
not firing anyone, we're promoting four
Weingert announced Team Bombsquad,
Big Red, Intellects and White Bengals would
move on. Team Krackerjacks was eliminated
from the competition.
The teams were each assigned a construc-
tion project from Rebuild Gainesville that
took place Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
said Averial McKenzie, an
Santa Fe SFCC student and proj-
Community ect coordinator for The
Projects included build-
ing front porch stairs and creating a swing
set, McKenzie said.
At the elimination ceremony, Alan
Rezaei, co-coordinator of the project, an-
nounced the next task.
The second task focuses on journalism
skills and is hosted by The Gainesville Sun.
Rezaei said it is called "Reporting the News,
Building a Newspaper."
The objective of the assignment is to
create a one-page spread in the SFCC Saint
Sentinel that focuses on the skills necessary
for students entering the journalism work-
force, he said.
Essence Glover, 17, a member of team
White Bengals, was so happy that her team
made it through that she let out a scream.
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City Commission discusses development project
By KORI FREDERICK
A proposed development near
Gainesville Regional Airport
continued to cause contro-
versy Monday night at a City
East Gainesville Development
Partners, headed by its petitioner
Ronald Carpenter, has asked the
city to rezone land near the airport
for residential and commercial use
in its development.
Though some were in favor
of the development, others pro-
tested against the developers, East
Gainesville Development Partners,
before the commission heard the
The land, located at 2100 NE*
39th Ave., surrounds the Ironwood
Golf Course and includes 90 acres
of Gainesville wetlands and part of
the Murphree Wellfield.
"This would be a boom to
. East Gainesville. With the
Wal-Mart coming in, this
would only make things
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Developers want to change
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family use to a multipurpose
planned use district.
This will allow developers to
build up to 1,500 units, where at
least one resident must have at
least 55,500 assisted living units,
100,000 square feet of office space
and 100,000 square feet of com-
mercial and retail space, according
to the meeting agenda.
The Rev. Milford Griner,
president of the Alachua County
Ministerial Alliance, said that as a
resident of East Gainesville, he be-
lieves the area is being overlooked
"This would be a boom to East
Gainesville," Griner said. "With
the Wal-Mart coming in, this
would only make things better."
Danielle Emenhiser, director of
community political affairs with
Student Government, said stu-
dents should be aware of all sides
of the development debate.
It's her job to ensure UF's stu-
dent body stays informed about
issues affecting the city.
"I want students to see what
goes on outside the campus bor-
ders," Emenhiser said. "There's so
much going on in this community
that they need to be aware of."
The city planning board has
advised the City Commission to
deny the developers' first peti-
tion to change the industrial land
located dose to the airport to the
Planned Use District category, but
wants the commission to approve
the other petitions to change the
single-family and recreation land
to planned use.
Dean Mimms, a Gainesville city
employee, informed the commis-
sion about the environmental is-
sues and potential noise problems
if the commission approved all the
He said 359 acres of the prop-
erty are in areas where residents
would be affected by the noise
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Mark Garland, an environmental reviewer, shows a map outlining
the Gainesville Regional Airport noise zone.
"Our consultant has advised us
that future residents are likely to
be surprised by the noise level,"
Mimms said. "Complaints for
compensation can be expected."
Ted Baldwin, the aviation con-
sultant, went on to say residents of
the development would be likely
to find the exposure unacceptable
and highly annoying.
. Baldwin said he did not take
actual noise readings from the
airport; he went off the numbers
given to him by the city and the
Mimms also talked to Mark
Garland, an environmental re-
Garland said the area up for
rezoning had been listed as one of
the top three locations in the city
that should be preserved.
"This proposal doesn't address
the fact that the city is supposed to
be protecting this land," Baldwin
The commission will make its
final decision today at 3 p.m.
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Safety zones return for game
By KIM WILMATH
Alligator Staff Writer
UF will host three Sideline Student Safety
Zones near The Jacksonville Landing on Friday
and Saturday in Jacksonville, a news release
from Gene Zdziarski, UF's dean of students,
That's one more zone than there was last
year, the first year the zones were established.
They were created by UF, the University of
Georgia and the city of Jacksonville.
UF students who need first aid, telephones,
water, coffee, snacks or computer access at the
Florida-Georgia game will have three safe ha-
vens where legal trouble is no threat, the release
stated. Taxi service and trolleys will also be
The goal of the zones is to minimize violence
and accidents over the weekend. Two UF stu-
dents died during Florida-Georgia game week-
ends in 2004 and 2005.
Representatives from UF and the University
of Georgia and volunteers from Jacksonville will
staff the zones.
Jacksonville and UF's University Police
Department officers will also be on duty
Saturday night, but students visiting the zones
don't need to worry about legal repercussions
for alcohol issues, the release stated.
"We're not here for that," Zdziarski said in
the release. "We're there strictly to help people."
The three zone locations will be behind the
Starbucks inside The Landing, at the intersec-
tion of Laura Street and Independent Drive
and behind the Welcome Center across from
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium.
"We're there strictly to
UF's dean of students
The zones will be open from 4 p.m. Friday
to 3 a.m. Saturday and from noon Saturday to 3
The turnout at the zones in 2006 was success-
ful, said Steve Orlando, UF spokesman. UF still
made some minor changes.
The locations will have more phone chargers
and outlets available, Orlando said, in addition
to more computer access.
It's important that students understand the
guarantee that they won't face punishment if
they show up intoxicated, he said.
That's why the coffee is there, he added.
Growl adds to lineup
By DEVIN CULCLASURE
Following its theme of "Nation
of Champions," Gator Growl has
added another championship-win-
ning guest to its lineup of entertain-
ers and UF athletes.
Billy Donovan, UF men's bas-
ketball coach, will appear with the
team at Gator Growl.
The 84th annual Gator Growl,
billed as the world's largest stu-
dent-run pep rally, will kick off
Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. in Ben Hill Griffin
Aron Weingard, Gator Growl
producer, said this is the first time
he's heard of the basketball team
and its coach appearing at the pep
"I know the students will be
pumped up to see Billy and Urban
in the same night, live," Weingard
Weingard said his staff started
looking into Donovan's appear-
ance in the summer and made the
final arrangement about two weeks
The appearance only made
sense, given the pep rally's theme,
"It's a great opportunity for the
students of UF to meet the new
faces of Gators basket-
On ball," he said. "We're
CampUS celebrating champion-
ships, and it wouldn't
be complete without them."
In a Gator Growl news release,
Donovan said the team was excited
about its scheduled appearance.
"We're thrilled and honored
to take part in such a prestigious
and time-honored tradition as
Gator Growl," Donovan said. "It's
one of the truly special events for
this community and for the entire
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Project Vote Smart tour makes stop in Gainesville
* A MOBILE CLASSROOM
CAME TO A LIBRARY.
By CASEY BROOKE LAWSON
Alligator Contributing Writer
A patriotically painted bus trans-
formed into a teaching vessel for
voters educated passersby Monday
about a political education project.
Project Vote Smart parked its
mobile classroom outside the Tower
Road Branch Library during its first
Milagros Ruiz, 40, learned about
the project for the first time after
bumping into a project representa-
"This is great, because its goal is
to educate voters, and there is noth-
ing worse than a blind voter," said
Ruiz, a Gainesville teacher.
Jan Gaines stopped at the Project
Vote Smart bus while on her way
into the library.
S"The 2008 presidential election is
very important and informed voters
are the key," Gaines said. "This proj-
ect will help get voters information
Jon Arnold, national bus tour
coordinator for the project, wearing
the project's purple polo shirt, led
six people onto the red, white and
blue bus and began a presentation
inside the mobile classroom, which
seats 22 people.
He demonstrated how to use the
Project Vote Smart Web site and in-
troduced a 10-minute video.
A patriotic melody began play-
ing in the background of the video,
which detailed the history and cur-
rent functions of the project.
Gainesville is the 18th stop on
the tour, which began in Melbourne
three weeks ago.
The tour, which was conceptual-
ized in June, is meant to teach vot-
ers about the project and provide a
means to educate Americans about
political candidates and lawmakers,
"Florida has been such an im-
portant state in the last few elec-
tions," Arnold said. "That is why we
Casey Brooke Lawson / Alligator
Jan Gaines receives information from Jon Arnold, Project Vote Smart national bus tour coordinator, on
Monday at the Tower Road Branch Library.
The project was created after
two politicians spent an evening
discussing the negative direction of
politics and how candidates spent
most of their time attacking each
other rather than informing voters,
Sixteen years and 6,000 people
later, U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater
and Project Vote Smart President
Richard Kimball's creation has built
the country's first voter's self-de-
fense system, Arnold said.
The voter's self-defense system
researches, investigates and con-
firms relevant facts about 40,000
or so U.S. political candidates and
The project provides information
like voting records, issue positions,
speeches and public statements, said
Jeremy Clemens, legislative research
director for the project.
The information compiled by
the project is uploaded into a public
online database, which has received
as many as 16 million hits per day,
"Our Web site is the just the
objective, un-biased facts, a 'meat
and potatoes' kind of place, where
a voter can go to find information
about candidates and lawmakers,"
The project does not accept help
from special interest groups, corpo-
rations or the government, Arnold
Many students do
not use phone book
By JENNIFER BINGAMAN
Alligator Contributing Writer
Andrea Booher owns a
phone book, but she never
"It's a waste of paper,"
The 20-year-old aerospace
engineering student said she
usually uses the Internet when
she needs to look something
While some students say
they do not use their phone
books, a new edition of The
Talking Phone Book hits the
streets of Gainesville this month
with a 15-page guide to UF as
well as local maps, coupons and
restaurant guides with menus.
Sharon Blansett, assistant
director of housing at UF, said
the university doesn't distribute
a lot of phone books for on-cam-
pus housing because students
don't use them.
She said UF used to receive
thousands of phone books to
distribute on campus. There
would be enough for each
room, suite and apartment, plus
"We would have all these
stacks of phone books in the
lobby areas," Blansett said.
Only about 10 to 20 students
would use the phone books
distributed, she said. Students
began to complain about the
books sitting in the lobbies col-
"They would say 'What a
waste we have piles and piles
of phone books,'" Blansett said.
Eventually, housing officials
recycled the phone books at the
end of the spring semesters and
told the phone companies to
Around cut their dis-
said she thinks most students
use the Internet to replace their
need for a phone book.
Greg Garrick, vice president
of marketing for The Talking
Phone Book, said the name for
the phone book being distrib-
uted this month comes from a
feature the company used to
People could call a number
listed in their phone book that
would direct them to recordings
of their daily horoscopes, sports
updates and scores, he said.
Now, the company only
provides information through
its phonebook distribution and
its Web site.
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*I of the University of Florida
October 23, 2007
Energy may be the defining issue
of this century. Our quality of life,
economy, standard of living and
security depend on clean, afford-
able and reliable energy. The limited
supply of fossil energy, its accelerated
consumption, and a dependence on
unstable countries for fossil fuel supply
are major U.S. economic and secu-
rity issues. Moreover, due to Florida's
unique coastal geography and southern
latitude, it is the state with both the
most to gain by harnessing its abun-
dant renewable energy resources, and
the most to lose if it doesn't.
We are rich in renewable energy re-
sources, particularly biomass and solar,
yet we're currently dependent on fossil
fuels. This dependency contributes
to global warming and the associated
increased risk of violent weather and
rising ocean levels that threaten the
residents living near our 1,350 miles of
More than 150 University of
Florida faculty are hard at work each
day developing new technologies -
from fuel cells, batteries and solar cells,
to biofuels, nuclear power and green
building construction, to name just a
few in order to provide a sustain-
able energy future for Florida and the
world. This year, the Florida Institute
for Sustainable Energy (FISE) www.
energy.ufl.edu was created to coor-
dinate and promote the vast energy
research across campus.
In addition, we were able to secure
a $4.5 million Florida Center of Excel-
lence award to create the FISE Energy
Technology Incubator. This incubator,
currently under construction in Rhines
and Rogers Halls, is a user facility for
faculty, staff and students, to acceler-
ate commercialization of UF's energy
research so that it can have the greatest
impact on society.
It is my hope that someday soon
we will be driving hybrid cars based on
UF's fuel cell and battery technology,
and operating on biofuel created from
Eric D. Wachsman
Director, Florida Institute for
UF celebrates National Campus Sustainability Day
For the third
year in a row,
the University of
Florida's Office of
ability Day. The
event starts at 10
a.m. on Oct. 24
and features a
number of activities
designed to raise
awareness of cam-
The day will
begin on the Reitz
North Lawn, with
ity Report Card.
Following the ad-
dress, the Student
Ray Carson, UF News Bureau
The rooftop of the Perry Construction Yard Building is green in more ways than one.
Cabinet will hold a forum on the renew-
able energy fee that was passed in a recent
student government election, said Melissa
Karr, Office of Sustainability intern. The
50-cent per credit hour fee passed with 78
percent approval last spring.
Throughout the day, a variety of student
groups and community organizations will
provide food, games and information.
Visitors can use the Eco-Footprint calcula-
tor provided by "Gators for a Sustainable
Campus" to learn about their individual
impact on the environment, and learn ways
to lessen it. Another group, the American
Solar Energy Society, will provide a solar-
powered tricycle, the "Photon."
"The basic goal of the day is to raise
awareness, show support to organizations
making a difference and enjoy being sus-
tainable," Karr said.
Groups such as these are educating
the Gator Nation and paving the way
for a university of the future, one with a
Listings in this section are a sampling of
events at the University ofFlorida compiled
from entries listed in the full calendar that ap-
pears on the Web at calendar.ufl.edu. To submit
an event online, send an e-mail to calendar@
nersp.osg.ufl.edu with the following ivforma-
tion in this order: event date; event name, brief
description and sponsor; time; location; costs;
and contact information to include name, phone
number and e-mail. Events, dates, times and
programs are subject to change.
negligible impact on the environment, said
Anna Prizzia, outreach coordinator with
the Office of Sustainability.
"President Machen's goal for the uni-
versity is complete carbon neutrality by the
year 2020," Prizzia said.
While it may appear to be a lofty goal,
UF is making great strides through many
All over campus, cleaning crews have
switched to "green" cleaning supplies and
all paper towels and toilet paper are made
of 100 percent recyclable materials, Prizzia
said. Also, campus buildings arc using
paint and carpet which is low in VOCs, a
volatile type of chemical which is harmful
to the environment.
While efforts are being made to increase
sustainability in existing buildings, new
construction takes that effort one step
"All new construction on campus will
be designed to receive a LEED (Leadership
Walt Disney World College Program Presen-
tation, Stuzin Hall 200, 6 p.m. Free and open to
National Campus Sustainability Day, Reitz
Student Union North Lawn, 10 a.m. 3 p.m.
Free and open to the public.
Murray Perahia, Phillips Center, 7:30 p.m.
Reserved seats $30-$50.
UF Step Show: Battle of the Greeks 2K7,
in Energy and Envi-
silver or higher certi-
fication," Prizzia said.
If successful, these
efforts would result in
the high certification
- based on environ-
mentally friendly and
sustainable criteria -
as designated by the
U.S. Green Building
One UF building
already is not only
"green" in the figura-
tive sense, but also
literally. The Charles
R. Perry Construction
Yard Building has a
roof which contains
soil and growing
plants. The green roof
helps reduce storm
the building against
heat and sound, and
improves the aesthetic
value of the building.
Waste reduction is another effort to
meet the 2020 campus goal. With the help
of concerned students, staff and faculty,
the solid waste output has been greatly
"We've partnered with gatorlist.net to
offer people a free way to give away things
they might normally throw away," Prizzia
Besides the more direct, people-to-peo-
ple recycling, the Office of Sustainability
and its volunteers and interns also work on
programs such as collecting recyclables on
game days, when they are often thrown in
with other refuse, Prizzia said. These pro-
grams show the commitment of the Gator
Nation to sustainability, and the dedication
of the volunteers.
"The student commitment is really
amazing," Prizzia said. "We really couldn't
do it without them."
By Alex Stern
Phillips Center, 6 p.m. $13 in advance or $15
day of show.
Third Annual Florida Bat Festival, Lubee Bat
Conservancy, 12-3:30 p.m. Free and open to
Soulfest presented by UF Homecoming, Dick-
inson Hall Courtyard, 5-9 p.m. Free and open
to the public.
Opera Potpourri, Phillips Center, 7:30 p.m. Free
for UF students, $15 general admission.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2007 E ALLIGATOR, ADVERTISEMENT, 13
UF asks students to submit emergency information at registration
Starting this fall, all University of
Florida students will be asked to provide
emergency contact information when they
register for classes.
UF is the first institution in the state
and one of the first
in the country to
adopt this policy.
who logs on to ISIS,
now will be able to
access the emergen,
cy contact informa-
tion update form.
The form was first
Students are advised
Students will be asked for their cur-
rent street addresses, e-mail addresses and
cell phone numbers, as well as the contact
information of a parent, relative or other
trusted individual. This information will
"The collection of contact information
is one part of a larger emergency
notification program designed to ensure
the instant communication between
UF administration and students."
to complete the form before their assigned
class registration times to avoid delays.
Team Gator Nation
drives into semi-finals
Team Gator Nation recently won a spot
in the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge semi-
finals after University of Florida engineers
turned a 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
into a fully autonomous driving machine fonm
this year's competition.
On Oct. 26-31, Team Gator Nation will
compete in the Urban Challenge National
Qualification Event. If the team qualifies
as a finalist, they later will compete in the
Urban Challenge final event on Nov. 3. The
cash prizes are $2 million for first place, $1
million for second place, and $500,000 for
DARPA, the research and development
organization for the Department of Defense,
has sponsored the challenges since the first
race in 2004 to encourage the development
of autonomous robotic vehicle technology
to help save lives on the battlefield.
Competing vehicles will conduct simu-
lated military supply missions. As part of the
challenge, vehicles must merge into moving
traffic, navigate traffic circles, and avoid
moving obstacles "as well as someone with a
California driver's license," said Tony Tether,
director of DARPA.
Paul Taylor Dance Compa-
ny, Phillips Center, 7:30 p.m.
Reserved seating $25-$35.
Museum Nights- Day of the
Dead Celebration, Ham Mu-
seum of Art, 5- 9 p.m. Free
and open to the public.
have to be updated each semester during
Crystal Apple Award
The University of Florida College of
Pharmacy has been named one of eight
pharmacy schools to receive the Academic-
Practice Partnership for Learning Excel-
lence Award. Also called the Crystal Apple
Award, the designation from the American
Association of Colleges of Pharmacy was
created to improve pharmacy educa-
tion and practice by encouraging quality
professional experience programs. UF
was selected for the award for an exem-
plary partnership with Shands that helps
produce quality educational experiences
and patient-care teaching environments for
Physics professor makes
high temperature discovery
fessor.of physics Arthur
Hebard has been named
one of three recipients
of the 2008 American
Physical Society's James
C. McGroddy Prize
for New Materials for
the discovery of high
temperature supercon- Arthur Hebard
ductivity in non- oxide systems.
S The George A. Smathers Libraries presents
"The Afterlife of Alice in Wonderland exhibit"
on display through Dec. 15. Free and open to
Grinter Gallery, College of Fine Arts presents
"A Private Eye: Latin American Prints from
the Collection of Efrain Barradas" on display
through Jan. 11. Free and open to the public.
Harn Museum of Art presents "From Diirer
to Renoir European Prints from the Harn
In an emergency, administrators will now
be able to immediately send text or voice
messages to the entire student body or stu-
dents located in a specific campus building.
Because the addresses and phone num-
bers will be used only in the event of an
emergency, they will be kept private and are
exempt from Florida public records laws.
The collection of contact information
is one part of a larger emergency notifica-
tion program designed to ensure the instant
communication between UF administra-
tion and students needed in any crisis.
Also included in the new response plan
is a system of bullhorn-like mobile warning
devices that can be mounted on university
These measures are additions to the
emergency communication methods already
in use, such as e-mail messages, press releases
and posts on the UF home page.
arboricultural research award
Ed Gilman, a
professor of environ-
mental horticulture, was
recently named by the
of Arboriculture as the
recipient of the 2007
L.C. Chadwick Award
Research. The award Ed Gilman
recognizes research that has contributed valu-
able information to arboriculture. Gilman
has published more than 60 peer-reviewed
research studies and authored six books; his
current work focuses on tree response during
Archer family health care
opens new center
The University of Florida College of
Nursing recently held a ribbon-cutting
ceremony and open house for Archer Family
Health Care's new location at 16939 S.W.
134th Ave., Archer, Fla. The nurse-managed
comprehensive health care center was previ-
ously housed in a historic house in Archer.
The new location triples the amount of
Museum Collection" on display through Jan.
6. Free and open to the public,
College of Fine .-- --
& Maggie Tay-
lor," on display
at the University
Nov. 9. Free
and open to the
Homecoming offers fun for all
Each year, students, faculty, staff and
alumni pack Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
and flow through the streets of campus
for a weekend of football and festivi-
ties, in celebration of the University of
Gator Growl, featuring performances
by comedian and impressionist Frank
Caliendo and legendary rock band
Lynyrd Skynyrd, will once again head-
line the list of events. The world's largest
student-run pep rally kicks off at 7 p.m.
on Nov. 2 at The Swamp.
In addition to Growl and the football
game, Homecoming 2007 offers many
activities. Here are just a few:
* Gator Gallop, at 10:30 a.m. on
Nov. 2, is a two-mile run which will
immediately precede the Homecom-
ing Parade. Gator fans of all ages are
invited to begin at Percy Beard Track,
and then walk, roll or run. Pets are
invited, too. Contact the Florida
Blue Key office for entry information
and other details.
* Homecoming Parade, starting at
noon Nov. 2 on University Avenue,
promises a good time as Gators cel-
ebrate Homecoming and the parade's
* Florida Blue Key Alumni Reunion,
5 to 7 p.m. on Nov. 2 is exclusively for
FBK members and their guests. The
event will honor 50-year members.
Admission is $15, and a silent auction
* Post-Growl VIP Reception, 10:30
p.m. to 12:30 a.m. on Nov. 2 at the
UF Hillel, will offer an opportunity to
mingle with young alumni and Gator
Growl talent. The cocktail atmosphere
will include catered snacks, drinks and
live entertainment. Tickets $10 at the
* Homecoming Alumni Barbecue,
beginning two and one-half hours
before kick-off on Nov. 3 at the
O'Connell Center, will provide an
air-conditioned tailgating experience,
along with food, performances by
the Dazzlers and Albert and Al-
berta, prizes, games for all ages and
kid-friendly face-pain ti ng. Advance
tickets $8 at the Universitr Box Of-
fice; $10 at the door.
For additional Homecoming informa-
tion or tickets, visit ujhomecoming.org
or contact the Florida Blue Key office at
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BIOLOGY, from Page 1
The new biology major has six tracks.
The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences of-
fers three: natural science, biotechnology and applied
biology. CLAS offers biology and biology secondary
Thetlast-track is pre-professional, which is offered
through both colleges.
The previous interdisciplinary major only offered
Walter Judd, a UF botany professor and a co-chair
on the committee that created the new major, said the
high number of biology students going on to profes-
sional or graduate school after getting their under-
graduate degrees was an important factor in creating
the biology major.
This broad base now provides a good foundation
for students going on to professional school, he said.
The new design of the major, with added electives
and multi-college collaboration, allows students to
choose from an array of biological science classes,
The addition of advisers specifically for the biol-
ogy major caters more specifically to students' inter-
ests as well. The advisers make adjustments to the
program as needed, he said.
Fields said the curriculum of the new major is
"It's not something that is set in stone and will
never change," she said. "It will change relative
to needs, the needs of our students for graduate
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red liquid on Tigert's steps
Fiona Tennyson, 9, marches in a protest against the Iraq war and global warming on the way to Tigert Hall
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Solmo, a member of Students for a
. Diane Solmo said Fiona begged
her to stay an extra day to partici-
pate in the protest.
"She said to me, literally, 'This
is more important than the fourth
grade,'" Solmo said.
When she's not trying to
change U.S. foreign policy, Fiona
said she likes to paint and read.
She said she's already on the sixth
Harry Potter book.
On Monday, it was all business.
Fiona hiked alongside her sister,
Chelsea, as they chanted in uni-
son, "One, two, three, four we
don't want this oil war. Five, six,
seven, eight stop the war, stop
As protesters gathered on
the steps of Tigert Hall, leaving
behind scents of patchouli and
sweat, Clifton Hicks took the
Hicks, a 22-year-old Iraq war
veteran and SFCC freshman,
served in the U.S. Army from
October 2003 to July 2004. He was
granted an honorable discharge in
December 2005 because he was
named a Conscientious Objector.
"When I was in Iraq, me and
the other guys always swore that
when we got home, we'd fight
against this war," he said. "Most of
them have tried to forget about it,
but I want to keep that oath."
After protesters gave several
more speeches and symbolically
spilled red liquid on to Tigert's
steps, protesters were back on the
road. This time, they marched the
1.25 miles to Gainesville's City Hall
to speak out against Gainesville's
proposal of using wood and waste
products for energy.
As for UF's reaction, Steve
Orlando, UF spokesman, said
Machen-has been cooperative with
protesters this semester.
"Isn't free speech a great
thing?" Orlando said.
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**Capstone Quarters** 2bd 2bth individual
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Great Location next to Butler Plaza
Call TODAY-377-2596 12-5-51-2
1116 SW 2nd Ave. Walk to campus. No
Dogs. Available now. Call 352-337-9600 10-
BRAND NEW APTS
in SW within 2 mi to campus. 2BR/2BA.
$1000/mo. Call 352-317-0228 10-29-07-
3BR for 2br price!
Huge 3BR ONLY $879
*ONE MONTH FREE*
Available NOW*333-1120 12-5-40-2
STUDIOS & 1BR
Walk to Butler Plaza
From ONLY $485
Available NOW*377-2596 12-5-40-2
B For Rent
RIGHT Place, RIGHT Price, RIGHT NOW!
Across street from VA hospital. Walk to
Shands, UF, Vet school.1 & 2 BRbcondo-
homes from $625 available for immediate
move-in. Grad student & hospital employee
discounts. Renovated units avail. Cats OK.
Union Properties, Summit House 376-9668
1920's Bungelow NE 10th St. W/D hk-ups.
Hardwood, fans, large backyard, excellent
condition, $900/mo No Dogs 373-3736 11-
Available in Fall. 1-2-3 bedrooms, Hardwood
floors, fans, porches, downtown. No dogs.
1st-last-security. 378-3704 11-6-07-38-2
MOVE IN NOW! 1BR apt. $500/mo quiet
area, green space, trees, pvt patio, near UF,
bus line, parking, spacious, adorable kitchen,
CHA, carpeted, fans, no dogs, 1825 NW 10th
St, 376-0080 10-26-07-11-2
Avail Jan 1 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit. Can
rent one or both rooms. Gmd Fir Unit. No unit
overhead. Full kitchen, washer/dryer. Large
walk in closet in bedroom. Nice porch over-
looking the grounds. Oxford Manor Apt SW
Archer Rd Bldg SF. One room $525/m. Both
rooms $949/m. 281-813-6242 10-26-07-10-2
Ask about 1 month
1BR/1BA starting at $635
Close to UF & Shands
2411 SW 35th PI
M-F 9-6, Sat. 10-2
240 SW 3rd St 500/room
Walk to Starbucks or Dragonfly
2 Br Historic House, HW Floors
Tall Ceilings, Fireplace, LG Porch
Call Eric 352-682-7424
DOWNTOWN CRACKER LOFT HOUSE
1BR/1BA, laundry incl. Dogs okay. Open floor
plan. For one person or couple. Lots of trees.
Quiet and comfortable. $580/md 216-6667
1/1 in 2/2 $475 All Included
Sparrow Condos. Off Tower Rd. Hi-spd i-net,
satellite. Price neg. Call Jason 352-283-0240
No lease required. 10-29-10-2
Attention UF & SFCC Students:
Available Now! Nice 2BR/1BA apt. Close to
UF & convenient to everything. $575/mo. Call
Richard at 371-4367. 10-29-10-2
Attention UF & SFCC Students:
Available Nowl Nice 1BR/1BA apt. Close to
UF & convenient to everything. $390/mo. Call
Richard at 371-4367. 10-29-10-2
8 BLOCKS FROM UF
Large 2/1 apartment. Pet friendly and plenty
of parking. $675/month. 352-375-8256. 10-
2BR/2BA-both avail in 2BR/2BA apt. for re-
sponsible & mature individuals. $400-$415/
mo + utils. Located at Brandywine on Archer
Rd. Email email@example.com or 305-332-
2 bedrm/2.5 bath, 5 blks. from UF, sm. quiet
condo complex. Avail Dec. 1st. Appl incl.
parking, sec dep., $900 mo.+ util. Non-
smoker. 813-508-2975, 813-855-2566 10-
2 BR/ 2 Bath Unfurnished, Liv & Dip.Rooms
Washer, Dryer & Dishwasher Included
3rd Floor with Great Balcony & View(s)
Excellent Location behind OAKS Mall
$700 / mo with 1st month FREE .
CONTACT: (352) 514-4771 10-29-07-9-2
Northridge 3BR/2BA for rent immediately
- $1325/month Hardwood floors, pool com-
munity & fireplace Call American Dreams
Realty, LLC (352)338-7505 11-23-28-2
Palm Grove 2BR/2BA split plan $1100/
month Located in pool community,
undergoing renovations! Call American
Dreams Realty, LLC (352) 338-7505 11-
18, ALLIGATOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2007
S For Rent
VERY NICE! 3 BR/2 BA house for rent in NW
Gville. Irquiet, prof. neighbrhd 5 min from
everything. New carpet & tile. Huge fenced-in
yard. W/D included. Available now! $1100/
mo. + $500 dep. Pets okay. firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio apartment. About 1.5 mile from
U.F and Shands. 2490 SW 14th Drive.
Prairiewood Condominiums. Unit 31. $500
month. $1000 security. 386-527-6923 11-1-
Luxury on Sorority Row
1/1 or 2/2.5 TH for Jan 2008'
W/D*, dishwasher, pets loved!
Park FREE and walk to classes!
Call today! 372-7111
2/2.5 condo for lease. 4 stories, 1 porch, 3
balconies, w/d conn, fireplace, wet bar, dish-
washer, garage w/opener. Close to campus.
$850/month. 352-246-8157 10-26-07-5-2
Large room in NW home. Great neighbor-
hood. $450/mo includes utils., DSL, DVR,
no pets! Prefer Mature, Responsible, non
smoker, Prof/Grad student. Call Scott 335-
Apartments Sublet & Roommates
Fum apt, close to UF, great amenities.
Available 1/08-8/08. I will pay any move-in
fees. Contact Sarah at 941-321-0680 10-
SUBLEASE 1BR shared bathroom. Spring/
Summer 2008. $405/mo. utilities included.
University Glades. Contact Richelle 561-350-
0761 GREAT BUS ROUTES AND GREAT
2 Bedroom 1 Bath at Ventura apts,4 month
sublease,No deposit with good credit,on bus
line, pet friendly, cox available, new carpet,
dishwasher, $660/mo + utilities, (352)225-
3350 or e-mail email@example.com 10-
Need to sublease lbd/1lba now until 8/08
to female nonsmoker.$475/mo includes all
utilities-Rent negotiable-November rent free.
Place is very quiet and clean. Call 813 784
8848. Thanks. 10-23-5-3
MOVE IN NOW! OCT PAID! 1/1 720 sq.ft.
available now through July 08. Nice, quiet
area close to campus, pets ok. $560/month.
Call for more info: 352-213-1559. 10-23-
1 BR Sublease at Museum Walk Apts
(Behing UF Hilton SW 34th) available Spring/
Summer. Private bath. Cable included.
Convenient bus to UF. $565/month 321-282-
2BR/2BA townhouse. Woodland Villas.
Rent $830/m,o. No Deposit.
Close to UF bus and Oaks Mall.
Call Kelley 352-870-3603 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org 10-31-10-3
1BR/1BA in 3BR/3BA in Hidden Lake. Great
location, all amenities incl, W/D incl, cable &
wireless internet incl, great F roommates,
avail 12/19. I will pay any move-in fees!
Marlene 941-812-3831 11-1-07-10-3
1BR in 3BR/1BA sublease. Walk to UF/SF
downtown campus. 119 NW 7th terrace
$470/mo + $450 dep. Share utils wireless
internet, Dir. TV. Avail Dec 15. Call Rachel
1BR/1BA;Jan 1-Jul31;EXCELLENT location
on NW2nd Ave right behind midtown;good
size apt;550/mo; contact JB @ 813-966-
2 BedrooAs available in a 2 BD/2BA $420/
mo. MOVE IN TODAY! Available October
2007 to July 2008. Close to Campus and
Butler Plaza. Huge Apartment, nice pool,
quiet, call 321-917-3968 10-26-5-3
Master bed avail December w/priv bath in
3/3. Pet friendly. $515/month includes until,
cable, internet. Fum or unfurn. December
free. (239)898-4010 10-26-5-3
GUARANTEED SEAT ON BUS
1BR w/pvt BA fully furn. Full security.
Female only. Dec paid for. Avail after 12/16
util Aug '08. Call 772-260-1471 or email
DESPERATE!!! NO DEPOSIT/PET FEE!
2/2.5 Townhouse in Victoria Station $860
Close to Campus-On bus route
Sublease Apt 1 Br in 2/2 $500. Great location
less then 10 Min from UF. Oxford Manor.
Contact Martine 954-882-3708 10-26-4-3
Roommate Matching HERE
Oxford Manor 377-2777
The Landings 336-3838
The Laurels 335-4455
Hidden Lake 374-3866
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 12-5-71-4
2 college students needed to fill rooms in
house off of NW16th and 34th. $595/mo incl
all utilities. 2 story, 2500 sq ft fenced yard.
Immediate occupancy. Call Michael 904-502-
7733 or Michelle 904-707-5225 10-26-20-4
COUNTRYSIDE CONDO 1BR/1BA avail 1/1/
08 in 4BR/4BA unit. $465 all utils incl, W/D,
exercise room, pool, direct bus to UF 3 miles,
ethernet access. Call Sebastian 352-874-
8905 or Flo 1-352-357-9695 10-31-19-4
Female roommate needed for 2/2 at
Gainesville Place Apartments. Utilities in-
cluded, furnished. W/D in unit. Pool, exercise
room. Shuttle bus to UF within complex. Call
(863) 944-1588 for details. 10-25-15-4
Roommate needed to share 3BR/2.5BA
townhouse. Inci all utils, W/D, dishwasher,
pool, tennis courts & more. Close to UF, on
two bus routes. Available now. MUST CALL
THE DUCK POND AREA: 1BR IN 3 BR
house w/ living room & dining room, kitchen,
garage, front and back yard. $325/ mo + util
352 256 3800 or 352 213 5408 10-31-12-4
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED
1BR for 4/2.5 new townhouse. 10 min away
from UF by car or bus. All included $425.
954-557-4769 / email@example.com.
1 BR in 2 BR CONDO
Walking distance to UF. 2 pools in complex.
Central Heat & Air. Available now. $395/mo.
Call Mike at 352-310-3930. 10-30-07-5-4
1BR/1BA in 2BR/2BA Rocky Pointe apt. On
bus rte, A/C, W/D hook-up porch, pool &
laundry facilities. Availalbe now. $400/mo +
utils. 352-226-7069 10-23-5-4
Mature, quiet roommates wanted to share
4BR house with UF & SFCC profs & quiet
student. Own BR $325/mo + sec dep &
1/4 util. 3mi to UF, 4 to SFCC. Avail. 11/1.
2d room avail. 12/15. (352) 692-4419. 10-
Excellent condition 1 BR/1 BA avail in a 3BR/
3BA condo in Rockwood Villas. W/D, great
pool, volleyball courts. $475/mo + 1/3 utils.
Must see. Avail now. Call Mike @ 352-339-
Male roommate. 1 BR of 2/2. Close to
campus, next to Shands. Fully furnished.
Pool, patio. Rent $395 + half util. Avail. im-
Contact Reynolds 561-358-6392 11-1-
ENJOY A ROMANTIC OLD HOUSE
Near library downtown. $285-$370/rm + utils.
Free internet access. Short term No pets. No
smoking. 378-1304 11-1-10-4
2 college students needed in 4/2 house 5 mi
from UF. Pet friendly, large yard, short/long
term lease, big rooms. 525/month including
utils. W/D, internet, cable. Call Natalee 321-
PERFECT 4 GRAD/MED/INTL STUDENTS
Avail immediately, large room w/pvt bath
In large quiet home 5 min to UF. $550/mo
+ utils. Newly decorated, WID, CHIAC. Call
COLLEGE-AGED MALE ROOMMATE
wanted to room with 2 other males. House on
NE 36th dr. Approx. $425.00/month includes
everything. No animals allowed. 386-931-
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Anytime, anywhere. Quick closing.
Let me buy your problem. 352-278-9347
5 ACRES OWNER FINANCING
Tustenuggee Hills Subdivision. 10 min north
of High Springs. Dry, cleared, & fenced. Low
Columbia County taxes. 386-454-7170 10-
For Sale. Impressive 4 bedroom home. Only
5 minutes to UF/Shands! Large Fenced Back
yard, split plan, solar heated pool. 4312 NW
12 PI. $398,000 Gilchristforsale.com 352-
2 br/2ba Condo w/fireplace and beautiful
view overlooking pond in gated club commu-
nity. Alarm system and all new appliances in-
cluding washer & dryer. Only $145,000. Must
Seel Call 352-538-7879. 10-25-07-15-5
J0l Real Estate 3
2 Bed 1 Bath Condo
Tile Floor $79,000
Clubhouse and Pool
Brandywine Near U.F.
1 GREAT BUY 5 minutes to UFNA. Just
freshened-up, this 2BR/2 & 1/2BATownhome
offers new porcelain tile, interior/exterior
paint, new appliances & bath fixtures,
screened porches & jacuzzi. Private yard
for pets. Quiet cul-de-sac location. Move-
in condition. $89,900. Dennis @ RE/MAX
Professionals 339-4907 10-24-5-5
DON'T BUY A CONDO enjoy the privacy
of your own home near UFNA. 1400+ sq/ft
2BR/2BA w/many unique custom touches;
- separate Living & Family rooms, extensive
tile, new carpet in BR's, Ig. kitchen, sky-
lites, screened porch, storage bldg. Backs
to Kanapaha Botantical Gardens. Below
comps at $159,500. Dennis @ RE/MAX
Professionals 339-4907 10-24-5-5
BRAND NEW 1 BD/1 BTH Condo
3 BLOCKS WALK North of Campus
RESERVED COVERED PARKING,
Private Terrace. For RENT/SALE
Call 561-414-3577 10-26-5-5
BED QUEEN $110 ORTHOPEDIC
Extra thick, pillow-top, mattress & box. Name
brand, new, still in plastic. Call 352-372-7490
will deliver. 12-5-71-6
BED.- FULL SIZE $85 ORTHOPEDIC
Pillow-top mattress & box. New, unused, still
in plastic w/warranty. Can deliver. Call 352-
MICROFIBER SOFA & LOVESEAT $375
Brand new still packaged w/warranty. Must
sell. Can deliver. Retail $1600.352-372-7490
BED KING $170 PILLOWTOP
mattress & box springs. Orthopedic rated.
Name brand, new, never been used, in
plastic with warranty. Call 352-372-8588 Can
CHERRY SLEIGH BED solid with Pillowtop
Mattress & Box. All new still boxed. Cost
$1500, sacrifice $450 352-333-7516
Sofa $175 Brand new in pkg 333-7516
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 $1100
(352) 372-7490 12-5-71-6
SOFA & LOVESEAT 100% Italian leather.
Brand new in plastic w/warranty. Retail
$2650. Sacrifice $750. Call 352-377-9846
DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry set w/table,
6 Chippendale chairs, hutch & buffet. New,
still in boxes. Retail $5200, sacrifice $1100.
Must sell. Can deliver. 352-372-8588 12-
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 12-5-71-6
"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.
BED- QUEEN New orthopedic pillowtop mat-
tress and boxspring set. Brand name, brand
new, still in plastic with warranty. Can deliver.
$120 352-377-9846. 12-5-71-6
Bed- All New King! 3pc Orthopedic pillowtop
mattress set Brand NEW, still in plastic with
warranty. Can deliver. $200 352-333-7516.
BEDROOM SET- $300 BRAND NEW
Still in boxes! 6 pieces include: Headboard,
2 Nightstands, Dresser, Mirror, Chest. Must
sell, can deliver. 352-377-9846. 12-5-71-6
0l Furnishings 3
FUTON $60 Solid Oak Mission Style. With
plush mattress $140. All brand NEW still in
box. Can deliver. 352-333-7516 12-5-71-6
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
Hot Tub/Spa $1295 Brand New Loaded!
Waterfall, LED lights, cupholders, 110-v
energy efficient with warranty. Free delivery,
MUST SELL 352-372-8588 12-5-71-6
Bed-FULL size pillowtop mattress & box.
New, in plastic, warr. Can del. $90 317-4031
Sofa $185 Brand new! Love seat $150 still in
pkg. Can del 352-333-7516 12-5-71-6
BEDS FUTONS FURNITURE
Quality furniture at reasonable prices.
Morrells Furniture Outlet,
140 NW 6th St. 352-378-3400
Shop ONLINE at www.morrellsfurniture.com
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CASH PAID For Laptops
Power Supplies & Drives.
Joel www.pcrecycle.biz 12-5-71-7
CDmi P U T E R
Computer Help Fast Gatorland Computers
House/Dorm Fast response. No waiting/
unplugging/hassels. $30 Gator discount
w/ID. Certified MCSE Technicians. 338-8041.
COMPUTER & LAPTOP REPAIRS
We buy computers and laptops
Working and Non-working
378-4009, 607 NW 13th Street
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NEW & USED BIKES FOR SALE
WE REPAIR ALL BRANDS
Best Prices in Town*
SPIN CYCLE 373-3355
424 W UNIV AVE (DOWNTOWN)
9 ...For Sale
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538-
2181. Can leave mssg. 12-5-71-10
UF SURPLUS EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS
bikes, computers, printers, vehicles and
more. All individuals interested in bidding go
PARTY SUPPLIES: Complete line of.Bar
Supplies, glassware, beer taps, draft beer
equipment. Professional Cooking Utensils.
R.,W. Beaty Co. 4322 NW 13th St, Gville
RWBEATY.COM 376-5939 12-5-72-10
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M 1 Motorcycles, Mopeds)
** SCOOTERS **
RPM MOTORCYCLES INC
SALES, SERVICE, PARTS
Many Brands Available 518 SE 2nd St.
Scooters from $899. Largest selection from
KYMCO, Daelim, Hyosung, Adly, Go-Ped,
Schwinn, others. 2 yr warrantees.
3550 SW 34th St 338-8450 solanocycle.com
*****New Scooters 4 Less*****
Motor Scooter Sales and Service!
New convenient location now open!
118 NW 14th Ave, Ste D, 336-1271
We have moved to a temp. location as
we await the completion of our new state
of the art facility. New scooters starting at
$999. lyr Warranties. We also service ALL
brands of scooters. Pickup Available. Low
Labor Rates. Free estimates. 376-6275
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New Scooters 4 Less has LOW service
rates! Will service any make/model, Close
to campus! $19.99 oil changes! 336-1271
CLOSE TO CAMPUS
534 SW 4th Ave.
Scooters, E-bikes, Offroad, & Accessories!!
Best Prices and Customer Service!!
Buy A New Scooter, Buy A Used Scooter
All on one site! Check the website or call
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**SHINKO SPORT BIKE TIRES**
190/50/ZR17 $115.95-180/55/ZR17 $112.95
120/70/ZR17 now $82.95 (in stock + more)
GATORMOTO is Gainesville's #1 service
facility. We repair ALL brands of scooters.
Pickups available. Lowest labor rates around.
Quickest turnaround time. Run by Gator
Grads so we know how to treat our custom-
ers! 376-6275 12-5-71-11
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*NEED HONDA, TOYOTA, PICKUPS
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*Call Don @ 215-7987 12-5-71-12
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Clean BMW, Volvo, Mercedes
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CARRSMITH AUTO SALES 373-1150
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For listings call 800-366-9813 ext 9765
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'94 and up. Call Segovia 352-284-8619 12-
Sun City Auto Sales
2306 NE Waldo Rd. 338-1999
All Vehicles 0 down warranty available
No credit check we finance anyone
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3630 N. Main St. 375-9090
$2000 discount off any financed vehicle
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1999 Toyota Camry LE 91k automatic, AC,
DC, timing belt package completed, white
on gray, power everything, very clean. $5800
OBO. 352-514-1800 firstname.lastname@example.org 10-
'03 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
Leather, like-new tires & brakes. Low miles.
$10,999. Call 352-283-5813 10-31-07-10-
1990 HALF TON FARM TRUCK
GOOD CONDITION. WORKS WELL. NEW
TRANSMISSION. ASKING $1100. CALL
1994 Honda Accord EX
4 cyl 4 Door Loaded
77,500 miles Clean
Call Chris 941-320-8193 10-23-07-2-12
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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.
LOCAL ARTIST NEEDS:
* Gold Diamonds Gems Class Rings
" ETC Top Cash $$$ or Trade *
OZZIE'S FINE JEWELRY 373-9243. 12-
UF GRAD PAYS MORE
for gold jewelry, scrap gold, Rolex, dia-
monds, guitars, etc. Top $$$. Get my offer
before you sell! Call Jim 376-8090 or 222-
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Take a blind lady to Mass on Sundays and for
walks and shopping as needed. We'll have
lots of fun! And you will make a new friendly
Contact 219-6948. 10-29-07-77-13
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Experience/Reliability a MUST. For upscale,
downtown nightclub. $50 nightly. Call (352)-
376-0932 for interview times. 10-24-4-13
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volunteers to coach youth basketball.
The season runs Dec-Feb. If you are inter-
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Elementary education student needed for
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PT Assistant Teacher
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STEELE-ING, from page 23
I don't care if he's only a sophomore, Tebow
went into the house of an opposing senior
Heisman candidate and won.
Tebow didn't just amble into Andre'
Woodson's stadium and make a statement, he
made a run-on sentence with an exclamation
,point at the end.
The loss can't be blamed on Woodson, but he
needed the win.
If Kentucky had won the game, he would be
the current favorite for the Heisman. Now, he
will likely be an afterthought.
So Woodson down, you say Ryan is still bet-
ter? His team is undefeated, after all.
Let's put him in the Southeastern Conference
with LSU's Glen Dorsey breathing down his
neck. Kiss that perfect record goodbye.
Tebow has as much big-game experience as
anyone after playing in LSU's Death Valley and
a national championship game.
Ryan's great and will be a top NFL Draft pick,
but for every positive he has, Tebow has it and
Tebow is a leader in every way the Gators need
him to be. He has a rocket arm and he can run.
"He'd probably be my first draft pick," UF
coach Urban Meyer said of his quarterback after
Saturday's win at Kentucky. "If they said, 'coach,
you get one pick,' I'd say, 'I've got mine.'"
Sorry, but you can't be on one of the worst
teams in your conference and expect to be con-
sidered among the nation's elite.
McFadden has tons of talent, but come talk to
me when his team is bowl eligible and can actu-
ally beat a respectable SEC opponent.
Colt Brennan's Hawaii. squad is still unde-
feated, but his four interceptions against San Jose
State even with a bad right ankle look bad.
Louisville's Brian Brohm needs to stop losing,
The Cardinals just lost to Connecticut,. and
they have plummetted in the rankings since the
Don't even start with Michigan's Mike Hart.
Hart's great, but Tebow's nearly as big as most of
Appalachian State's defensive line.
You can't be the leader of your team and lose
to a I-AA squad and expect to be considered
among the nation's elite.
Gators show inexperience,
doubles show promise
TENNIS, from page 23
played a part in the tourna-
ment, as four of eight that
made the trip were freshmen.
Jackson indicated this was
the source of his encourage-
"We have a lot of talent,"
"We just don't have a lot of
experience. We can definitely
do better, but we're on the
UF brought plenty of
youth to the doubles court
with more encouraging re-
Two pairings, made up of
three freshmen and a senior,
won three matches and ad-
vanced to the quarterfinal
round before bowing out.
Senior Nestor Briceno
teamed up with freshman
Alex Lacroix on one team,
and freshmen Johnny Hamui
and Jeff Dadamo comprised
"To have two teams in the
quarters without your best
guy, it's definitely encourag-
ing," Jackson said.
"We're going to be bet-
ter in doubles
this year than
we were last
Tennis J ac k s o n
tournaments like this will
help the Gators prepare for
their upcoming season and
"In the SEC where ba-
sically every team's in the
top 25 you need to learn
in a hurry," Jackson said.
"Otherwise we're going to be
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Gators scrimmage lacks standout defensive play
* IT WAS THE TEAM'S FIRST PUBLIC
By DANNY KLEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
One day after its public debut, the UF men's
basketball team has yet to make an impression.
Associate Head Coach Larry Shyatt is unset-
tfled following Sunday's scrimmage at the Alltel
Wireless Fan Appreciation Day in the O'Connell
"We just finished watching the tape, and
there's a lot of mixed emotions, a little disap-
pointed really," Shyatt said Monday of the three-
period, fifteen-minute scrimmage. "We had a
couple of players stand out offensively. I think
the disappointment was that we really didn't
have a lineup or a group of players that stood out
The afternoon event replaced UF's annual
Midnight Madness. The women's team played
one five-minute scrimmage following an au-
tograph session. The men practiced a set of
drills before competing in their own intrasquad
The sides were shuffled throughout, and the
final score ended in a 30-30 tie. Highlights of the
scrimmage include two outside shots by center
Marreese Speights and a put-back dunk by for-
ward Chandler Parsons, who led all scorers with
Shyatt said he was impressed with Parsons'
performance, especially the 6-foot-9 freshman's
physical style of play.
"The good thing was that he took the ball
to the hole and did follow up some offensive
rebounds," Shyatt said. "We've been physically
weak in terms of getting to the glass, so that was
a good thing."
Freshman Nick Calathes made a mark of
his own by adding 7 points, which included a
buzzer-beating 3-pointer that gave his team the
advantage after two quarters. Other standouts
included Jai Lucas, who scored 7 points, and
Speights, who contributed 9.
One of the more intriguing lineups featured a
three-guard setup of Lucas, Calathes and junior
Sophomore Dan Werner, who scored 7 points,
said the trio proved difficult to handle.
"It was tough," Werner said. "You had to
help pressure the ball a little bit. They had two
McDonald's All Americans and a guy who won
two national championships, so it was difficult,
but I thought we handled it really well."
"We just finished watching the tape,
and there's a lot of mixed emotions,
a little disappointed really."
UF men's basketball associate head coach
Sophomore Jonathan Mitchell said he believes
the team has already begun to develop an iden-
"We're going to run and gun," Mitchell said.
"We don't have the size down low, so we're just
going to go out there and run. ... It's a lot of fun,
and it's obviously easy for the coaches because
they don't have to call any plays."
After his first taste of action, Mitchell said he
can't wait for the season opener against Flagler
College on Nov. 1.
"I think it was good for us," he said. "It was
the first time we got to put on a uniform and be
out there in front of a crowd, especially with us
being a young team.
"I just came out there and tried to get every-
body involved and tried to teach the young guys.
... It was just good to finally be out there."
Nicole Safker / Alligator Staff
UF freshman forward Alex Tyus scores a breakaway dunk during the Gators'
scrimmage at Basketball Fan Appreciation Day on Sunday afternoon.
Tebow a cut above the rest
UF MEN'S TENNIS
UF 'encouraging' without star
Looked at stats nationwide.
Looked at every credible Heisman
Trophy ranking available.
The results: I don't think Tim
Tebow will win the Heisman, but I
haven't found a player in the country
better than him.
And in a season where a No. 1
ranking is fleeting to say the least,
we may not see an undefeated Troy
Smith-like candidate to compete with
But voters won't make him a
Heisman winner because he's only
j. Matt Ryan will
be in the meld
S- but he's still
Brian Steele the best.
Steele-ing Bases "He's play-
email@example.com ing quarter-
back at Florida. I think he has got to
be [one of the] top two to three best
quarterbacks in the nation just to be
able to run our offense," said UF de-
fensive tackle Clint McMillan.
SEE STEELE-ING, PAGE 22
I 2004: The Ron Zook-led Gators are
upset by Mississippi State 38-31 in
Starkville, Miss. Two days later, UF an-
nounced Zook's firing, effective at the
end of the season.
By CHRISTOPHER YAZBEC
It wasn't the performance he had in
mind, but UF men's tennis coach Andy
Jackson was encouraged by his team's
play during the weekend at the ITA
Southeast Regional in Lexington, Ky.
The Gators put four players in the
tournament's singles round of 32 and one
in the round of 16, but despite some close
matches, they never achieved the break-
through win they had hoped for.
"Across the board, most of the guys
had something that was encouraging,"
"And even when we were losing, we
were losing close."
The Gators were without their likely
* UF defensive end Jermaine Cunning-
ham was named the Southeastern Con-
ference Defensive Lineman of the Week,
the league office announced Monday.
best player, senior Greg Ouellette, due
to food poisoning and a recurring ankle
Because Ouellette had already quali-
fied for the upcoming ITA National
said he did not want to
push him during the
Hochwalt went the
Jackson farthest into the draw,
winning two straight-set
matches before falling in a three-set battle
to LSU's Ian Zelezny, 7-6 (0), 4-6, 6-4.
The Gators' youth and inexperience
SEE TENNIS, PAGE 22
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Sun Sports, 7 p.m.
24, ALLIGATOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2007
By NICK ZACCARDI
Alligator Staff Writer
In UF coach Urban Meyer's opinion,
the most important play of Saturday's win
against Kentucky came with quarterback
Tim Tebow on the sideline.
Before Tebow connected with Percy
Harvin for 40 yards and rumbled into the
end zone from 2 yards out on the Gators'
final drive, the quarterback's former high
school rival, Brandon James, delivered the
With the Gators up 38-31 with 3:35 left
and Kentucky kicking off, James returned
the ball 26 yards to the UF 43-yard line.
That's not normally all that impressive.
But on this occasion the return team de-
served credit, given that James was the only
member of the unit who had not inched into
Kentucky territory to prepare for a possible
"I still can't get over that happening,"
Meyer said. "I can't believe that happened.
That changed the whole dynamic of the
With room to spare, UF offensive coordi-
nator Dan Mullen then called more aggres-
sive plays, leading to a touchdown on the
fifth snap of the series that put the game out
James also set up a score at the end of the
first half with a 61-yard kickoff return to the
Kentucky 38-yard line.
"If I had to say what won that game, the
kickoff return team won that football game,"
James' special teams performance since
kickoff return team as key to victory
taking the return job from Reggie Nelson five-wide receiver sets, but his role could Wright underwent surgery on his broken
early last season has forced Meyer to in- expand. thumb Monday and is questionable for
corporate the sophomore into the offensive "We are having that discussion," Meyer Saturday's game against Georgia.
game plan as well. said. "We do over and over again." If Wright plays, he will likely wear a cast
James currently backs up starting run- on his right hand.
ning back Kestahn Moore and lines up in INJURY UPDATE: Freshman free safety Major If he does not play, look for senior Kyle
Jackson to make his fifth start of the year.
Sophomore wide receiver Riley Cooper
and offensive tackle
Carlton Medder are also
listed as questionable.
Cooper broke a finger
early on against Kentucky,
and Medder was replaced
O late in the game by Marcus
Cooper Gilbert after sustaining a
heel injury. Medder left
UF's practice on crutches Monday.
CHAMPIONS CLUB: Tight end Cornelius
Ingram, quarterback Tim Tebow, fullback
Eric Rutledge and wide receivers Louis
Murphy, Percy Harvin and Andre Caldwell
made Meyer's weekly Champions Club.
On defense, defensive tackle Javier
Estopinan, linebacker Brandon Spikes,
cornerback Joe Haden, safety Tony Joiner
and defensive ends Derrick Harvey and
Jermaine Cunningham made the cut.
Meyer named Caldwell the offensive
player of the game, but he said the coaching
staff chose not to name a defensive player
of the game due to the number of yards the
defense allowed against Kentucky.
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