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Smaller UF budget may mean fewer classes I

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By DEBBIE CENZIPER legislators, the law terminates all state cuts are made. After trimming: faculty, "If we're not able to hire our invertebrate
Alligator Staff Writer agency jobs left vacant for more than 180 Brockmann said there's nothing left to cut zoologist,then invertebrate zoology will not
days. State University System officials con- except travel expenses and graduate stu- be taught this year," Brockmann said.
UF summer classes could be canceled tend that lawmakers failed to consider the dents, who teach most beginning-level! The other eight state universities stand to
I next year if Gov. Bob Martinez and his bills effect on the classes at U!'. lose about $47.4 million in planned faculty
Cabinet can't be persuaded to reverse a new SUS,which regularly And because salaries. SUS Chancellor Charles Reed said
law that cuts 268 faculty jobs and $12.6 reserves The I law terminates all state student enroll- the statewide losses would equal eliminatingthe
! million from the campus budget, an admin jobs months in ment has increased entire faculty of Florida Atlantic Univer-
istrator said. advance. agency jobs left vacant for while sity.

UF Vice Provost Gene Hemp said the law, Jane Brock- faculty numbers
more than 180 days. have decreased Florida Education Commissioner Betty
mann, presidentof ,
I which would slice into UF's planned 1990-91 .
Castor said the Board of Regents must rush
.... United... Far. Rrnrkmann said.
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I cancel hirings,some also spring may force courses.administrators to ulty of Florida UF chapter,said graduatestudent many classes will be taken out of the course Cabinet members into deciding the issue at

jobs would be next in line if additional guide, crippling many departments. see Faculty page 8
Passed as a last-minute money-saver by

!&. Emmitt returns to UF


but not as an athleteBy

MARC LAROZEand in April with its first-round draft choice,
\- Alligator Writers Smith, 42 credits short of a bachelor's
degree in public recreation drove to'
When Emmitt Smith,the most prolific Gainesville from his Pensacola home
running back in UF history, decided to 'Thursday to meet with academic advis
i forgo his final year of college football ers. He is reportedly taking at least 12
eligibility last February to turn professional credit: hours, making him a full-time stu-
he said he eventually would 'return dent.
to get his degree.But .
Smith, who holds 58 school records
., no one thought Smith would be said it will take him three semesters to
back so soon. earn his degree.The former UF star said
Smith registered for fall classes Fridayas he is not planning to ask the NCAA for
\, -, his contract holdout with the Dallas
see Emmitt, 4
Cowboys, the team Which selected him page

Homecoming concert set

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Squeeze to open for Fleetwood Mac

J.j/. L. person.
r ; : : Alligator Writer Even though last year's B-52's concertwas
: F' free SGP will charge admission to
di : The pop group Squeeze will perform this year's concert because FleetwoodMac
with headliner Fleetwood Mac at the Oct. demands Sniffen said.
,, ,: '.. more money,
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in the
,,),.tA. '100." col,. !''i"",. .. 17 Homecoming concert "A band like Fleetwood Mac is probably -
""'i1 f ; : O'Connell Center tour publicist Julie a rock 'n' roll legend," he said. "We
? :; Wheeler confirmed last week. couldn't afford to have the concert free,
ii' '; & "Squeeze toured the first leg of the
,,. but we wanted to make a reduced price
j!.#t.LY'Mi. ,':.,.,.. ': ,"....:t" .'i American tour with Fleetwood Mac," for students because if s Homecoming."
;;, ,,,t,, ,,;, .'" "J', Wheeler said. "They will also be on the
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: ;; \ Students paid $8 to see Cheap Trick
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; ; in 1988 but weren't last
: charged
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Student Government Productions
< : '
: .. : because the B-52's hadn't peaked in pop-
., .. ., '., "., ."' ... .,.<...S'.., Chairman Raul Mateu refused to identifythe ularity.
.. ,l., 4IIIIJ.!' concert's opening band last week and .
,f j said the contract was still being negoti- "We were extremely lucky In getting
: : theB-52'sfor$17,0XV( Mateu said."Nowyou
\ \ ., ated.But "
Homecoming Chairman Rob can't get them for less than$75,000.

Sniffen, said Mateu told him the two Although Mateu wouldn't say how
= svtt. p' groups will play together. much Fleetwood Mac is being paid, he
_. AL J .,q Squeeze songs include "853-5937," said SGP is paying about$25,000 less for
__. "Hourglass," ,"Tempted" and "Pulling the band than are other cities In Florida.He .
Mussels from a Shell. This year the said tickets for concert stops inMiami
group released a live album entitled A and Orlando will be sold for $21.

Round and A Bout. Fleetwood Mac, together since 1967,
NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR Tickets, which cost $10 for students is famous for such hits as "You Make
,flbld of dreams and$19 for the general public,go on sale Loving Fun," "Don't Stop," "Tusk" and
J Jojui. Pierce, standing, and.. Ron ,Shipman of Oasis Landscaping, check the Sept. 6 at 10 a.m. at the University Box "Go Your Own Way.The group is touring
Jijlgatlon system on Florida Field. They were raising the field's sprinkler heads. Office and at Ticketmaster locations. the United States to promote its latest 4
',, r I ';f;,? .r.r.r..trrretrrr.. Wi' as Str. i'rl'' f tori'liOf! s/pen 'r album Bslrtad the.Mask., . : I
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needed for girls in an after-school stud/ flexible.
hall program. Tutoring experience helpful. Choose Counselors needed to answer telephone hotline FREE Z
two afternoons, Monday and Wednesday or Tuesdayand and to counsel people in crisis situations. Extensive C 0a
Thursday from 3:30: to 5:30.: training program starts Sept. 15. Six-month commit I

Musical entertainer needed to brighten a day by ment required. z V, ao
providing special entertainment for residents of a con Docents needed to escort visiting school groups as V

valescent center. Guitar and piano players welcomeas they tour new "Dinomania" exhibit. Three days of = .

well as singers and other musicians. training in mid-September is provided. =
Public relations majors needed to put together Spouse abuse counselors needed to work with C 0a
public awareness campaigns, recruit volunteers and abused women and children and provide supervisionand Iz
write publicity for wildlife sanctuary. telephone counseling. Children's activity assis- a
Construction help needed at rural wildlife tant needed also. Training starts Sept. 8. e
sanctuary. Help build animal habitats and provide For information, write The Volunteer Center, P.O. o
general repairs to existing facilities. Schedule Box 14561, Gainesville 32604. Or call 378-2552. = .


rugby: UP Women's Handwcavcrs Guild will meet at 7:30: Help Jerry's kids: Volunteers are z F11te'SOI.X' ao

Rugby meets every Monday and Tuesday evening at the Unitarian needed for the 1990 MDA Jerry
Wednesday at Maguire Field. New Universalist Fellowship, 2814 NW Lewis Labor Day telethon. Call the z .
students and beginners welcome. 43rd St. Members who attended a local MDA office, 7393964. HONDA =
Call 378-7840. national conference will share new Give It a shot: UF students can
Triple word score: The Gaines information. Call 376-3316 or 338- get the required second measles 0 Come ride with us. I

ville Scrabble club meets tonight at 7320. vaccination, required for fall
7 at Books 114 NW 13th St. Bring Gator welcome-back party: The registration, in the Florida Gym I rtreiTs a
your Scrabble set. Call 374-4241. Gator Connection welcome-back basement. Call 392.1161,ext. 309.
Audition: The Floridancc Com party will be tonight in the O'Connell It's anonymous: The student Z HONDA Kawasaki YAMAHA .
pany will hold membership audi Center at 7. President John Lombar- group of Alcoholics Anonymousmeets
tions open to the UF community di, head football coach Steve Spur Thursday evenings at 8:30: in 376-2637 4120 NW 11th St.
tomorrow night in the O'Connell rier, the UF cheerleaders, Albert Reitz Union Room 357. Call Pat,335- Gainesville FL HONDA
Center dance studio from 7 to 9. Call and Alberta and the Pride of the Sunshine 1796. 376-3360-FAX
3922038. band will be there. Call Jonn Crisis counselors: The Alachua Advertised' Models only.Restrictions apply,call for detaili
Two-minute rebuttal: The UF Roul, 3777128. County Crisis Center needs Crisis
Speech and Debate team will hold an Parents Anonymous:The Gaines- Line counselors. Fifty hours of train
open house for undergraduates ville chapter of Parents Anonymousmeets ing provided. There will be a meet
Wednesday evening at 11n Dauer every Monday evening. Call ing at the Crisis Center, 730 Waldo
Hall Room 347. Call' 3922113. Susan Sonsini,472-3256,for meeting Road, Sept 15 at 8:45: a.m. Call 372-
Not In knots: The Gainesville time and location. 3659.



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! New registrar; ; vows to improve registration

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By DONYA CURRIE not work as well at the University of Florida high on everyone's list this semester, UF her new surroundings will help to determineif
Alligator Writer as at LSU." President John Lombardi! said. But he said UF becomes the sixth.

Not only does UF have phones may not be the answerto "Before I can make any decisions about
Phone lines may not be the answer to UFs 10,000 more students than long lines and frustrated stu- priorities, I really need to familiarize myself
snarled registration system,but the school's' LSU,but the two schools'computer dents. with the university she said. "I go everywhere
new registrar promises to bring students systems are vastly different "Registration is a problem, with a questioning attitude."
fewer scheduling hassles. Fincher said. there's no doubt about that,
Student Body President Michael Browne
Barbara Talmadge Fincher, Louisiana UF administrators teased and our priority is to solve the said he thinks a phone system is the answerto
State University's director of student re- students in 1989 with plans to problem," Lombardi! said. "I students' registration nightmares."I .
cords and registration, will replace UF In- install phone registration by think everybody assumes that
terim Registrar Steve Pritz Oct. 1. Fincherset fall 1990. In what appeared to telephone registration is the definitely will be scheduling a meetingwith
be a first step, the school II way to go."We're. her to talk about it," Browne said. "It's
up phone registration at LSU two years "
hooked into a phone system in not going to just definitely a top priority.
ago."I'm November that administratorssaid ., l M jump blindly into it," he said. Fincher, who was selected out of a field
not promising phone registration, will_ allow the campus to t "' Five of Florida's nine public of about 70 applicants, said she hopes stu-
Fincher, 39, said from her office in Baton field calls from thousands 01 universities use phone regis- dents will realize that her office does more
Rouge, La. "It can be done. Whether that is students during registration. tration. Fincher said learning more aboutRevamping than only sign up students for class.
the way to go at the University of Florida the registration process and computers in
remains to'be seen. Phone registration may UFs registration system I Is see Fincher page 8

Vaccinationlines r ; t r r4 Growl yet to

longer t / I.f: sign 2nd actBy

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Alligator Writer ..
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The word coming from UF Infirmary nurses giving : ,
For the first time in three years, Gator Growl'scomedy
I measles vaccinations at the Florida Gym is, "Don't wait :. routine may be a one-man show.

until the last minute." ,If I JIIII. Growl Producer Brian Guenther said last week that

If students fail to comply with the required vaccination, .. AI 94f f f1 Blue Key, UF's prestigious leadership honorary and
they will not be allowed to register for classes and their event sponsor,hasn't booked another comedian sinceit
schedules will be revoked if they have pre-registered, r signed Atlanta native Jeff Foxworthy in mid-July.
because they will be left off of class rolls, interim Regis- {', "I 1 don't want to hire a comedian who's not that good

trar Steve Pritz said. I just to have a second act," Guenther said.
"You will not 'go to class with this communicable I//1 .,. Foxworthy could join Billy Crystal,Jay Leno,Robin
disease," said UF Infirmary associate director Robert .. Williams and a number of other comedians who have

Watson. i .......' performed solo at Growl, the nation's largest studentrun -
The started the $28 measles ..
Infirmary giving ,mumps i ... pep rally.
and rubella booster shots to students last spring, but .. .; And Guenther believes Foxworthy is good enoughto .
business is expected to peak during registration. The f x'W carry the show alone.
present pace of vaccinations is 150 to 200-plus( shots a "He has got stuff everybody can relate to,"Guenthersaid.

day. Nurses are giving shots Monday through Friday ,,",> -JIi". 'If' "When I saw him perform in Los Angeles. for an
from 8 a.m.to 4 p.m.in the basement of the Florida Gym. : ', hour and a half, everybody was dying.

The shots help to prevent, but never guarantee a I! Foxworthy,who has been a comedian for six years,
resistance to the diseases, UF Infirmary director Boyd ""r" has appeared on the "Tonight Show" twice and was
J Comic of the Year"
Kellett said. ''' / I selected 1990 Stand-up by night

"Any measles outbreak is significant," Kellett said. ....... club owners and patrons at the American Comedy
Usually the disease causes a rash,high fever, cough and --u.fi Awards. .
Foxworthy's agent,J.P.Williams,said the comedian
runny nose lasting one to two weeks but in some
isolated cases, measles can result in coma and death, works on the road 48 weeks each year and is a
Kellett said. tremendous club act. Foxworthy appeals to a wide

The Board of Regents, the 13-member panel that range of people because his jokes are clean, creativeand

the. nine state universities, mandated the vaccination & thought out, Williams said.
governs "
believe In for real treat, he said.
"I people are a
drive for all nine universities. The booster shots k
"Gator Growl has had Southern comedian,
never a
were prompted by last year's measles outbreak at Florida PM1 "
State and Jeff really understands the Southern mentality.
JSSULUVANGreg In his book, You Might Be a Redneck /. .he says
died from the FSU outbreak but it call
Nobody did Bibliophile without it
people might be rednecks even realizing ,
into question the effectiveness of the original vaccinesand Turner Book and
a University Supplyemployee, Williams said.
forced administrators to require booster shots for
organizes some of the books In the warehousebehindthe I

see Measles l page 20 store. Books must be sorted In the warehouse. see Growl, page 20 J


I Law student's amnesia may be tied to trauma ; I IBy

MIKE BRUSCELL Morris, Elizabeth's! uncle. said. "We're tI working it as if it was an abduc- Center's memory disorder research center, i.
Morris was taken to Alachua General Hostion.." said she may be suffering from functional
Alligator Staff Writer pita!July 16 after wandering inside Kentucky Morris was reported missing July 14 after amnesia a memory loss that can't be !'"

,A UF law student who lost parts of her Fried Chicken,1231 E. University she didn't t arrive in Palatka' fora explained by physical injury.

memory last July after disappearing for several Ave. At the time, Morris planned visit with her par- "It's extremely rare,this kind of functional
days has returned to school,but she still couldn't remember who she ents. Her car was found un- amnesia," Bauer said. "Generally its been
can't explain where she was or why she was locked in the Oaks Mall associated with some kind of psychological I I
missing. was.Alachua County Sheriffs ,parking lot with her keys and trauma." t

Elizabeth Morris, who lives'in UFs Tan- spokesman Lt. Spencef Mann purse inside. She left for the

glewood Village, declined to comment on said Morris was released from mall July 11, her roommatetold Memories lost with this condition often

her-disappearance or her recovery. She the hospital about a week later police. don't return,and those that do almost always
wasn't physically injured during her five-day and has gradually regained Alachua County Sheriffs Investigators return slowly, Bauer said.
disappearance, but until about three weeks much 'of her memory. How- ,along with Morris'family
able remember who her ever, nothing she has h.1n.d"t.. and friends, searchedthe wasn't
ago she wasn't to But Ken Morris said Elizabeth
\ the be-
has woods behind
family was, a relative said last week. determine' Morris -- frustrated by the speed of her progress.
; i ; what happened; to iii g--he was abducted.:
..:She still doesn't remember a lot about '
what happened to her or where she's-at, but her. Russell Bauer, 'a UF neuropsychologist"We're "No, she's done real well," Ken said.
they say that will come in time," said Ken continuing to investigate it,"Mann now at the Boston Veterans Administration "She's a strong person."

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(UPI) Iraq allowed 55 Americans to leave Bagh- In other developments Sunday Iraq maintained Now open at Butler Plaza
dad for Turkey Sunday, but reports said authoritieshad pressure on the defiant embassies in Kuwait by I Next to Cinema k Drafth use I
rounded up more British and Japanese nationalsand preventing them from receiving power and water,but
taken them to unknown locations.A Japanese spokesmen said their two diplomats had Bring this coupon to the new store for
convoy of 13 cars carrying the Americans, most more than enough food and water to sit tight for six L S1 1 off $S record purchase, $3 off $10, or SS off S 1 W
of them wives and children of U.S.diplomats stationedIn months. - - -
Kuwait, left Baghdad in darkness before dawn Diplomatic efforts to end the conflict continued with ;
Sunday and headed toward the Turkish border, said several sets of envoys traveling from country to
Carol Ie Heileman, U.S. Embassy duty officer in country, but British Prime Minister Margaret
Ankara. Thatcher's prognosis was that a negotiated settlementwas
But she said about 54 male embassy personnel had "most unlikely." SOMETHINGTHIS
been forbidden to leave Baghdad and "we're working In Vienna, OPEC oil ministers met to discuss a
very hard to secure their release as well." proposal to increase production quotas in order to
The Americans had traveled to Baghdad from counterbalance oil shortages caused by an embargo
Kuwait last week after Iraq ordered all foreign embas- against Iraq and Kuwait,but it appeared a serious split
sies in the occupied city to close.The United States, was developing in the cartel. IMPORTANT
along with most other countries, defied the order but The British Foreign Office reported Sunday eight
sent most of its personnel to Baghdad,leaving behinda Britons were taken from their homes in Kuwait Satur- IS WORTH
skeleton staff in Kuwait. day by Iraqi forces, bringing to 145 the number of
The release of the Americans followed an appealby British citizens who have been rounded up during the
Jordan's King Hussein and intensive contacts crisis.In REPEATING
between U.S. Embassy officials and the Iraqi! foreign a message possibly signaling a stiffening resolveto
ministry. Iraq had said it would hold the group until round up Western foreigners, Iraq's ruling Revolutionary
the U.S. Embassy in Kuwait was completely closed Command Council announced anyone found
something the United States has refused to do because hiding foreigners would be executed because the 378.4408
it would be a tacit admission that Iraq's annexation government considered such action, a "crime of 378.4408 ":" ,
of the oil rich emirate was successful. espionage," the Iraqi News Agency reported. .1 -
. Troops sweep South Africa townships I 378.4408 '

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VOSLOORUS, South Africa (UPI!) Paratroopers, townships, giving police almost unlimited powers of 378.4408
mechanized soldiers and police swept through strife- arrest and seizure for renewable three-month periods. 378.4408
torn black townships Sunday, searching homes and ANC deputy president and de facto leader Nelson
seizing makeshift weapons in a bid to enforce emer- Mandela, who left for a week's visit abroad Saturday, 378.4408 -
gency law designed to quell savage inter-tribal attacked the measures as"totally useless"and warned
violence. the broad powers given police could lead to human- 378-4408 Thb one: ways rIt'.111 the
Officials of the rival factions toured a number of rights abuses'and were tantamount to reimposing a rllU 111 many ,
the 27 flashpoint townships under emergency rule, state of emergency lifted across most of South Africain 378-4408 number for
seeking to consolidate a tenuous peace among their June. AJehu.l! General: HIt'rlt.ll,
followers and reassure them In the face of the heavy Police reported the settlements quiet but uneasy 378-4408 MEDeUNE.
military presence.A Sunday.
Need a doctor?
hand-grenade attack late Saturday on a railway Since sporadic battles broke out Aug. 13, at least 378-4408 Call MED LINE.
station waiting room at Roodepoort,west of Johannes 515 people have been killed and about 1,500 A referral bOil
burg,killed a black man and injured two black women, Security forces found two bodies overnight. 378-4408 : !-rcd.llbt1111
police said. A spokesman said witnesses had seen "at injured'j hand to help match\ vent
least one suspiciouslooking black man but also a President Frederik de Klerk, in a move 378-4408 II ith the right doctor accordmcto
white man,"and said it was premature to suggest any racial reform, lifted a 4-year-old nationwide your healthcare ned \You II
link to the deadly strife. emergency June 8 in three provinces but maintainedit 378-4408 receive information on other
in Natal, citing the fierce conflict there.
Heavily armed and helmeted soldiers early Sunday hour,office! locatilll, Inur.ln\.1.\
cordoned off streets and roads in Vosloorus, Kwa- Buthelezi has rejected charges that he has stirred 378.4408 coveral e'the doct\r( rClJIt378 \
Thema and Botleng townships,east of Johannesburg, the unrest: Mandela, under pressure from De Klerk, qualifications.h ..
indicated on Thursday a meeting with his archrivalwas .
as squads went through houses and confiscated any 4408 ditryou,
possible, reversing an ANC demand that In- your
object that looked like a weapon, including lengths of
lead pipe and bicycle spokes. kathahad admit culpability for the violence before any 378-4408 mcnt can he made ior you. .
meeting between the leaders. Need healthcare information?
Zulu followers of Mangosuthu Buthelezi's Inkatha
movement have been waging war in the townships But Mandela gave no sign when the meeting might 378.4408 Call MED LINE.
against the African National Congress, which has take place. :
accused the Zulu chief of fomenting the strife to "He is unhappy with the emergency situation in the 378.4408 b known for its exceptional,
consolidate his political position before the beginningof townships and the related tensions that we believe programs in MaternityCareHar
power-sharing talks with Pretoria on a postapartheid will {follow in the long term"Sisulu said. 378.4408 Entrt
: :Care:, CcmwCm, I'
constitution. The emergency rule, which applies in the stricken 378.4408 gencyCare} and feels a specialresponsibility
Elite army units moved in to bolster police followingthe areas for renewable periods of three months, handed to share-our(
imposition by the government Friday of sweeping police almost unlimited powers to arrest, detain and 378.4408 knowledge with
emergency measures in the Johannesburg-area disarm warring factions. you.
MED LINE will tell you about
378.4408 our public education'rrO rJl1h.

EMMITT Unlike Smith, Banks was not drafted and did not 378.4408 and ,provide >'o with infor.matlon .
from page 1 hire an agent. Smith was the 17th player selectedand on a wIde variety} of
has hired two agents-Pat Dye Jr. and Richard 378.4408 healthcare topics, .
permission to return to the UF football team,thoughhe Howell. Dye and Howell are also agents for Alexander So, whether you're looking()
told the sports newspaper The National on Aug. Wright the Cowboys' second-round draft pick 378.4408 for a doctor or a source of f f;
16 he was considering that route. who signed a three-year contract Saturday. healthcare information, lust

Even if Smith wanted to return, it's unlikely the Some have speculated that Smith is re-enrolling 378 4408 call MED LINE 378-4408 .
National Collegiate Athletic Association would allow at UF as a negotiating ploy. Dallas is reportedly a number wonh reieating.(
him. offering Smith a five-year contract worth $3.2: mil 378.4408. and remembenng.A .
!lion.i He is believed to be seeking$100,000
Running back Braxton Banks, an underclassmanfrom season. per
Notre Dame who entered this year's NFL draft,
attempted to rejoin his college team by challengingthe .Smith refused comment about his negotiations service ofLACHUAA
NCAA's eligibility rules in court.A U.S. District with Dallas. JIowell did not return calls.

Court in Indiana on.Aug. 17 upheld NCAA regula- Smith said Thursday he was considering reenterIng i iI .
tions that take eligibility away from an athlete who the draft next year if he does not sign with Dallas, GENERAL OSPITAL.AN .
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MIKE BRUSCELL room.UF police were called,and the Alachua during a robbery at Crossland Savings bank,
Alligator Staff-Writer County Sheriffs bomb squad took the caps 1807 NW 13th St., on July 31.
away. According to a Gainesville police report,
Explosive situation resolvedA After hearing the student's explanation and the robber entered the bank at 5:56 p.m. and
UP student who brought two electric checking for a criminal record, UF police acted as if he was going to make a legal
blasting caps into his Murphree Hall dormitory determined he didn't mean any harm,Tipton withdraw!, Darnell said. Instead, the robber
room will not be charged with breaking said. Possession of explosives without a license handed the teller a note demanding an
for footballBy explosives laws, a UF police spokeswomansaid is a first-degree misdemeanor, punishable amount of money that police won't disclose,
Wednesday.When by up to a year in jail and a$1,000 fine, took the money and drove away.

interviewed by UF police, the student Tipton said.Gainesville. Kent, who described himself to police as a
JACK REJTMAN said he found the caps this summer in robber caught In Utah contractor, has lived in Florida, Texas and
Wyoming while participating in seismic tests, Gainesville believe 48yearoldman
Alligator Writer police a California. He also was charged with an unspecified
UF.police spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. arrested Aug. 12 in Salt Lake City also sex offense committed in San
Student groups interested in bloc seating The student couldn't find who they belongedto robbed a Gainesville bank last July. Diego,Darnell said. He is being held in Utahon
for UF football games must apply by his last day of work, so he kept the caps Edward Lee Kent was arrested after Utah $250,000 bail.Residents.
4 p.m. Wednesday at either Gate 13 of and came to UFo police found him sleeping in a car early that
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium or the Student UF police won't identify the student be- morning, said Gainesville police spokes- EPA haggle
Government offices on the Reitz Union's cause he isn't being charged.The woman Lt Sadie Darnell. over SuperfundA
third floor. caps,which Tipton said have"enough Gainesville police issued a nationwide bul- proposed cleanup plan for Gainesville's
Bloc members must be season ticket charge to blow your hand off," were found letin to law enforcement agencies,along witha Cabot Carbon- Koppers site isn't satisfactorysee
holders and must give their football coupons Monday by the student's roommate, Scott photo of a man matching Kent's description.The Gone page 20
and fee cards to their bloc chair- Morrisson, 18, as he was moving into the picture was taken by security cameras
man, who then redeems the coupons at
Gate 13. The bloc chairmen must turn

in their coupons on the Monday before i Suspect arrested in 34th Street shooting I
the football game and pick. up their bloc
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"Primarily fraternities and sororities ByMATTHEWSAUERAlligator a convicted felon and shootinginto ance, who they say was drivingat lowing the shooting, Darnell
apply," UF ticket mananger Bill WriterA an occupied dwelling, a jail the time of the incident. Police said.
Holloway said. "But any organization spokesman said. say the rifle was the same weapon "People know painting the wallis
authorized by the University and recognized Gainesville man who police Darnell said officers receivedan used in the two shootings. a real popular thing to do, and
by SG can get bloc seating." say was venting his anger when anonymous telephone tip that Darnell said the acquaintancewill when someone gets shot doingit
Even though bloc members receive he shot two UF students paintingthe Acevedo was the gunman who not be charged in the shooting ,they get scared,"Darnell said.
their tickets before other students, they 34th Street wall earlier this shot UF student Andres Gabriel because she was not aware "It was such a random shooting."
don't necessarily get better seats, month is being held in Alachua Mejias, who was celebrating his Acevedo would fire the gun.
County jail on $200,000 bail. Mejias, who was shot in the
Holloway said. summer graduation by paintingthe Darnell said Acevedo was re
"(Bloc seating) covers a large spreadof Joel Acevedo, 22, 4918 NW wall with a friend. Police also luctant talk to police, but investigators jaw and arm, was released the
the yard line, anywhere from the 10 40th Terrace, was arrested Aug. say Acevedo fired shots into a say he was upset about day after the shooting from
yard line to the 45 yard line," he said. 11 while entering a downtown house on Northwest 27th Street something before the shootingand Shands Hospital. He and UF industrial
"The only real advantage is that organizations club, said Gainesville police within an hour of the wall shoot decided to release his anger engineering senior Cam-
spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell. eron McCaskill will not be
can sit together. ing. by firing the rifle.
Acevedo was charged with attempted charged with criminal mischieffor
Block seating orientation will be at 8
p.m.: Wednesday in Leigh Hall, room t murder, aggravated as- Police found a.22 207. sault, possession of a firearm by in the car of Acevedo's acquaint' calls from concerned people fol said.
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the beginningToday SPIKE LEES HOX0 TIllS

is one of the worst days you'll have this CLU

semester.If .

you're like most juniors and seniors, you probably
didn't get at least one of the classes you wanted. If you're
like most sophomores, UF gave you two of the five classes -
you requested. And if you're like most freshmen,
you're not even reading this because you're too lost to

find a paper box. 4 /

But when you do find it, The Alligator will be in there,
waiting to tell you all you need to know about campus, in-
cluding the latest musical group coming to UF and up-to-
date information on how Student Government is spendingyour a A dnii art


We cover what you care about and what you need to
know, from UPs athletic scandals to special legislative

sessions on abortion. ...'

We'll have in-depth stories on topics that affect your MIbIDb: 1'
life, such as date rape, AIDS and the future of Florida's

state universities. Letter writing conserves energyI

Well give you our opinion, based on interviews and -
knowledge of the issues, on who you should vote for in I had put off doing the research for my term paperas
every election, from SG to city, county and state races. long as I could. My procrastination had nothing to > Jacqueline Resliir
do with the subject I was actually quite interestedin S
Our opinion is something we love to give. But only in Jacob Riis,a late-19th century muckraker it was PEAKING OUTKeep
this box on this page. simply pure laziness.
it under 200 words it double-spaced and
This is where the daily editorial, the official opinion of Walking up to Library East I noticed a guy in frontof sign your name. Also include a legible name, address
me also heading for the library's doors. This
the newspaper, appears. It's usually written by the editoror had no obvious physical handicaps-in fact,a"Gold'sGym" guy and phone number. Drop it off at our offices at 1105
the managing editor. T- shirt would not look out of place on his body. W. University Ave. or mail it to the Opinions Editor,
Yet when he reached the portals, he pushed the big P.O. Box 14257 Gainesville, 326042257.A .
It's easy for us to give you the student view of current
button and waited for the doors to electronically few tips:
issues because who works in this is
everyone newsroom This really bugged me. It was a perfect, small-scale Keep it timely-if something orfcampus or in the
a student. Students and students only write, edit, example of how spoiled and wasteful our society, as city bugs you the sooner you send your letter,the
lay out and produce this paper. a whole, had become. better the chances of being published.Nobody cares

We're not affiliated with UF and we're not supervisedby I wanted to do or say something, but I didn't know about old news.
what. Maybe this guy was unaware of his actions and Keep it short-space is limited and we can't print
professors. of the electricity he was wasting, and would welcomemy everything we receive. If you do write a long letter,
. Although this is a great learning experience for us, The guidance. Maybe not. don't complain when we cut it.
Alligator has a high turnover rate. Very few of us stay Well, now that I'm the new opinions editor and Express your opinion.Who knows,maybe ifll help
here more than three years. This lack of consistency in have gotten that off my chest, I invite you to do the save electricity.
the newsroom often leads to mistakes.If same. Write us a letter and express your opinion.If Jacqueline Reslier is the New Alligator opiaioas
you do submit a letter, follow these simple rules.... .. "Ai..n.fnr,..
we make a mistake, we want to know about it. If a I LETfERS TO THE EDITO' I
fact we print is wrong, we'll correct it on the same page
the story appeared. If you feel a reporter treated you un- Convenient labels The protection of human rights "Living Without the Bottle." Tw
fairly, please call us and write a letter to the editor. has nothing to do with Democrats, feature articles: one facetiously
cost group Republicans, the WSU or even headlined and written in to****
Those letters appear on this page, along with this moneyEditor politics. For those who are skeptical cool college newspaper style; the
editorial and columns written by you, our readers. : In his Aug. 7 letter, John I strongly urge you to attend other seriously, respectfully nl
Gaillard's argument was valid had one of our meetings and learn responsibly composed about a o>
We want to hear from you whether it's your opinion on Student Government President more, like I wish certain membersof turbing social reality, alcoholism/
something we wrote about, or the way we wrote it. Wealso Mike Browne based his decision our student government had. In either case, you failed the
want to know what you want to read. If you see some- Amnesty International's position David Cheney cause of good journalism .ID
thing going on around you that you don't think should be on the death penalty. 7EQ which you aspire, I'm sure. ,
there call us, even if you don't want to give your name. After speaking with Mr.Browne, Paper failed with The two articles don't belong l
I learned he was setting precedent the same publication. How cart":,o
We're here to serve you to bring you the,news as soon when he vehemently opposed SG amateurish reader take seriously an article om
as we know it and to give you everything you need to live funding to AL By placing a stigmaon editing alcoholism when it is so &: *
in Gainesville and to survive UF. AI as being too political, he was Editor: On Monday I read 'Tht paired with a casual guide ,to
able to stop funding to unequivocally AWgator't "New Student Edition." "placet(to to:and blow money r
political groups such as College ,Some of it was funny. Some of it you drink, all the time.: Such
alligatorEditor Republicans or College was informative.Some was neither., egregiously schizophrenic edititf
Democrats,as weD as controversial Yet those were secondary judge has no place In your paper. .
Judy A. Plunkett groups such as the White Student ments. One of my immediate Impressions So you lose:because I,and other
Managing Editor Opinions EditorM.D. Union. UF does not have any laws however, sprung from critically thinking readers,lath;
which forbid funding of political the front pages of two of the mockingly at Monday's paper. .
Cumella Jacqueline groups;to not fund political groups edition's four sections. you.cIUf
And lose: because
letter. Policy has if been a matter of tradition.Now, One was titled,"Days of Plunder only truly acedependent (i.e.,tree).,
Letter to the editor should noted 200 word (about one ftby-10 pace). They shall be SG does not want to fund a group, -Or Places to Blow Your Parents' dally newspaperlow
typed. double-spacad end ilgnad. They inoiM Include e typed nan*, addra** and tetaphonanumb they merely label it as political, as Hard-Earned
*. Nome will be withheld If the wwrtlflhMl Juat cauae. If you have any question* caH was done to the UF student Money on Alcohol" yourselves to such err teuark
the editorial page editor at 3754458. chapter. The other was published under the
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-- Installing a phone registration bearegistrar"shesaid.n7la
FINCHER system in 1987, said Undergraduate lot of talent for it I do
Kerr's football future from page 3 Studies Dean Elizabeth know why. no

I "Registration is not just an Muhlenfeld. Lombardi calls Fincherthi.
event," she said, stressing that Since FSU students began ing "a real coup for the Univer
data Is shuffled year round in registering by phone in 1987, sity,"a view shared by other UF
with Gators uncertain administrative computers to drop-add is shorter, and more officials.
track student progress and students get every class they "I'm delighted that we were
to "At this schedule classes."Students just ask for, she said., able to attract her to the univer.
house ,
ternity except say
By MIKE BRUSCELL point, he wishes he hadn't been there see it as getting them into a LSU's phone registration system sity," said Interim Agriculture
i Staff Writer of several Dean Evan
Alligator and he hadn't reacted that way," and course. is one programs Drummond, who
I As football coaches and fans debate that Kerr was eager to enter the pro- In addition to setting up class Fincher started during the past headed the registrar seard,
Fmcher's duties include four years, including a system committee.
whether the 1990 Gators have the gram.nation's schedules,
best defense, outside lineKerr's fate as a UF athlete remains processing grades,deciding that automatically cuts students Fincher moved to LSU afte
backer Michael Kerr doesn't know if undecided, and Kerr has declined to which classrooms will be from classes if they don't pay working in admissions and ret.
ne Will ,nave a spot on tne talK. about his arrest until used at certain limes of the day their fees. istration at Illinois for 12 yean.
roster. he meets with UF Student and directing admissions.A Pincher earned both She said she is looking forward
Kerr, a sophomore,was Services Dean James good registrar, Fincher bachelor's and master's English to returning to a small college
arrested July 8 and Scott and football heal said, streamlines the office duties degrees at the Universityof town.While
charged with hitting UF coach Steve Spurrier. so staff can spend more Illinois at Urbana-Cham- the culture attracts
police Officer Gary Scott was scheduled to time face-to-face with students. paign, but she chose a career her, she said life in Gainesville
Lockard outside the Alpha speak with Kerr last week Florida State University officials that highlights her computer won't be perfect
Epsilon Pi fraternity about the arrest,Johnsonsaid. have been able to spend skills. "Orange and blue -I I think
house, 14 Fraternity Row, 4 .Scott would not comment more time with students since "Nobody grows up wanting to that's terrible.
on July 7 shortly after 1 on when he will see
a.m. After spending a Kerr or what he will dis-
night in jail, Kerr was re- .. cuss with him. FACULTYfrom until September because the travel expenses and phone
leased without bail. ''r' '- s Spurrier has been impact will be too severe. The credit cards, but probably not
Since that time, UF po- more outspoken about page longer we wait,the more at risk faculty.
and the State Attorney's office apKerr's situation. On July 9, the coach their Tuesday meeting so fall we are." "Staff wise,here in the office,
proved Kerr's admittance into a prereleased a statement through UF classes can be protected. The But Peter Dunbar, we're very supportive of not
trial Intervention program, where Kerr sports information apologizing for Regents make up the 13-mem- Martinez's general counsel and doing anything damagingtothe
will perform 50 hours of community Kerr's alleged conduct. ber panel that governs the nine legislative affairs director, said State University System,"Dun
service and receive anger management Although he has allowed Kerr to state universities. the Cabinet probably will overturn bar said.
counseling during a six-month period, practice with the team Spurrier won't the law. Because state rev- Castor said if the law remains
Assistant State Attorney Rick Replogle guarantee he will stay. "I think the State University enues will fall short of unchanged,not only will faculty
said. "If the university clears him, he'll System is really in a very awkward projections, the SUS will be positions be eliminated,butit it
The State Attorney's office will not still have to be cleared by me, I'll say position because we know forced to trim spending, he may cost the SUS national re
prosecute Kerr if he successfully completes that," Spurrier said Aug. 21. the revenue situation is not very said.Dunbar spect.
the program. Huntley Johnson, good," Castor said during a recent said flexibility within "If the state doesn't stand b behind
Kerr's attorney,wouldn't comment last Alligator Staff Writer Gregg Doyel Regents telephone confer the system will allow for cuts in us on this, we'll lose a lot
Monday on Kerr's conduct at the fra- contributed to this report.S ence. "I don't think we can wait administrative items Including of credibility.:

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about paper and plastic bags may actuallybe he said. grams by weakening the strength of the 2.I i :backqf,? the! Store and prepared.
creating more landfill waste. "We know that landfills are designednot material to be re-used. The degradable '(fors,transport to be recycled
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them to customers.
perts now know that garbage doesn't gradable grocery and garbage bags. Ac- Jim Hall, Riteway Food Brokers souroti:RI"! FoocIIIIM8m give ':':"'-
break down in these new, sophisticated cording to a report by the WashingtonD.C. spokesman, said the customers supplythe
landfills, despite what consumers believe Food Marketing- Institute "starch. material to be recycled by bringing
and companies claim. and combinationsof their old bags backto
The material in landfills is compactedso starch and vege- the store and sep- RIP, .
tightly that neither air, water nor bac- table oils are addedto "Biodegradable plasticsare arating the bags
teria can get in to begin the process of the plastic to en- one of the biggest into bins for paper 0
degradation Emerick said. "Archaeolo- able biodegradation and plastic.Riteway LAW y Cie
gists have dug up 30-year-old carrots that ." consumer hoaxes to represents several
are still orange inside, as well as 40-year- In theory, fungi major grocery bag
old readable newspapers, from landfills." and bacteria feedon come along. manufacturers.
Contrary to public belief, paper and the additivesand -Richard Denison "The paper bags
plastic bags contribute heavily to the break down the and cardboard are
landfill problem because the bags can't plastic. In practice, Environmental Defense put into a baler in
receive the water or sunlight they needto however, the rate Fund senior scientist the back of the
break down Emerick said. of degradation is store to be shred-
"In fact, paper is the major componentof too slow to make a ded," Hall said.
landfills," she said. difference in landfills, the report stated. "The material then sold to a converting
Jerry Hayes, environmental affairs Richard Denison, senior scientist for plant, which turns the paper or plastic
manager for Sonoco Plastics Co.,said the the Environmental Defense Fund,said he into a usable form and sells it back to the
Food and Drug Administration requires believes advertisers selling the new biodegradable manufacturer." SHAWN SULLIVAN
manufacturers to make plastic grocery bags use misleading tactics The cost of recycled paper bags is A bin at Publix sits full of plastic grocery bags
bags that degrade in sunlight. to appeal to environmentallyconcernedconsumers. ready to be recycled. I
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SG offers wide of activitiesStudent includes Student 80 Government senators,

I a range more than 400 organizations
and $4.5 million.
And in charge of it all art

money finances Lake Wauburg, safety escorts and Union servicesBy five the..students. who make up

CARRIE SEGAL day and Sunday from 6:30: p.m. to
3:30: am UF police spokeswoman
Alligator Writer
Angie Tipton said SNAP is similar to Executive
a taxi service.
"Student Government is a ry "It's a student-run escort service
group of all different types of People that keeps students from walking line-up
who volunteer hours of their alone on campus,"TIpton said.
time each week in hopes of mak- Another service financed by SG is
Student Traffic Court,a court where
ing this university a better place students can appeal parking tickets.
for all University of Florida stu- Another place where students can
dents.' appeal their cases academic dis-
I, -UF Student Body President honesty cases is the Student rr i
Michael Browne Honor Court, another studentruncourt.

Making life better costs full-time Browne urges students to get Involved -
UF students at least$57-$4.75 for in SG because it's a great
each credit hour each semesterfor learning experience. He said he has
SG activities ranging from intra learned more 'there than he's
mural sports to help with landlord- learned in all of his classes com-
tenant disputes. bined. His advice to new studentsis Michael Browne
That money, called the Activity ALLIGATOR PHOTOS to get involved early. Students I President I
,I and Service fee, is collected by SG Lake Wauburg is one of the seven biggest organizations SG finances. need a 2.0 grade-point average to
leaders and put into a pot,which this Admission to the lake, which includes the use of canoes and paddle take part in SG organizations.SG .
year equals $4.5 million. And SG boats, is free for UF students. is also the place to go when

wants UF students to take advantageof revises old ones,and the Informationand "Ninety percent of all students use students disagree with the UF ad-
what they're paying for, Browne Investigation Committee, which the intramurals program," Browne ministration, Browne said. It's the
said.Most answers questions about legality. said. students'voice
of the $4.5 million pays for The person responsible for man- Located on campus, he
services provided by what SG leaders aging SG's money is Student Body eight miles So said. For many sn
i call "The Big Seven." It includes Treasurer David Stern. He oversees south of UF on finances several reasons ,

,j Intramurals: Legal Services The Big Seven and all student groups 13th Street, student-oriented Browne said
'j and the Studentj that receive SG Lake Wauburg SG is the placeto
j NighttimeAuxil- money. survives with financial vices, including the get in-
( iary Patrol. SG's top three support volved.
'J Students can executives draft from the Recre- Student Nighttime "By spend-

i get information budgets for The ational Sports Auxiliary Patrol, Reitz ing one houron Kevin Mayeux
i about most stu- Big Seven and and Intramu the third I Vice President I
dent activities in those budgets rals budget, Union and Student floor,you open
I the offices. on rl later go to the which totals $1 Traffic Court. up avenues of
the Reitz Budget Comm- million. The opportunitiesthat

Union's third t ittee, composed lake offers stu- u a shopping 1?
.j' floor, which also entirely of sena- dents a chance to sunbathe, picnic bag full of textbooks couldn't

get their money tors.That and ride canoes. bring you," he said.
from SG. committee But most students don't know
i Besides Browne and Stem stu-
The Union receives LVED ,
reviews the about Lake Wauburg and, therefore,
1 almost tSYIla ,yT budgets, makes they don't take advantage of it, dents can find Student Body Vice

i halfofSG's$4.5 any necessary Browne said. President Kevin Mayeux, Senate
I million to keep changes and The large SG money bag also sup-
up the building's passes it to the ports Student Legal Services, which President Andrew Meyer and Senate tt ,,
1 .' cafeterias, rec-. Senate for final offers free legal advice to students. Pro Tempore Adam Tanenbaum on
j ;,1 reation areas approval. The It's something
r and.1nforma ionI' .the Union's third floor.
committee also Browne said is David Stern
\ desks. Students elect 40 senators each creates budgetsfor valuable. I TreasurerAndrew I
t.: "The third fall and spring. Most of SG's top about 40 stu- very"Student Legal

I' It floorisahotbedof positions, including student body dent groups. Services is one of -. ." .
activity, a virtual president, are filled In the spring. Of The Big those things that -
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ant hill of Seven budgets, we're very proudof "I1I! I" "' "" .
L people running around at 100 miles SG's internal operating is the largest. ," ,he said. "If T"l'.lrJ ,Dii__" ---.. -
& per hour in hopes of putting on pol- It includes Student Government Pro- someone is givena
icies and events to best help the ductions and Accent, which is re- raw deal by a _L.I .
*" 'student body," Browne said. sponsible for bringing concerts and landlord they can '
,\jSG goes far beyond the student comedians to UF. Fleetwood Mac get some advice
body president, vice president{ and :and Dennis Miller are signed to per without having to tIIIIIIUIIUUNII 11111111111011111111 Illllla UIIUIBUIUI...........IIIIIIIIIIIiIIIiIIIIIII 111111illflllllllllllillil lllllll
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who;make up the committees and Past productions include and Inconve-
clubs that run the Union's third floor", ,speeches. and performances bySG nience."
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Browne Oprah
SNAP receives
Eighty ofx Winfrey,Morton $27,000 from SG. Meyer
those students : includes,80'- DowneyJr. With the service, I Senate President I
make up the and the B- people can call
Student Sekate. .1 dent senators. who draft 52's. 392-SNAP to have
Senator "The fact
I propose and,wtx .p and divide SG'sX4:5 that these them someone to their walk des- I

make laws"fthat the :: million budget. things exist is tination or find out
affect because of
when a van will be
student body. Student Government
I nearby to pick
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signing to run with one of the student
SG also funds Recreational Sports dents.
) parties or by creating their own
and Intramurals, the programs that The free ser-
also inde-
Students can run as i
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| pendents, not a party.
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Senators also serve on commit- sporting events. Also availableare Thursday from About half of SG's $4.5 million budget goes to the I
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I UP expected to hear athletics' fate next month I

would be felt I IBy I
I NCAA dismisses three charges against GatorsBy I Impact r campus-wide.

cent, dropping from $2
of institutional control was the tee could challenge the enforce- REGGIE GRANT $575,000 and freshman class
most significant of the charges. ment committee's recommendation Alligator Writer rollment shrunk by about 200.
Alligator Writer The University of Maryland was but historically has declinedto Although UF officials deem it letic officials estimated SMU---I

UF officials can expect to hear deemed to lack institutional con do so. highly unlikely, the school's ath- more than $20 million in
from the NCAA about possible ath- trol over its basketball team whena Of the 11 original allegations, letic program could fall victim to revenues during the school's
letic sanctions by the end of Sep- ticket-selling scheme was discov including one UF uncovered in its the NCAA year stint
tember, six weeks after the ered. It received three years pro- own investigation, three major "death out football.
Committee on Enforcement dis- bation,two years suspension from charges against UF remain. The alty." While SMU is the
missed or reduced six of the post-season tournaments and a NCAA alleges that: As the ultimate the pri- only school to re-
charges against UFs program. year suspension from live televi Former football head coach NCAA ceive the NCAA

David Berst, the NCAA's assis- sion.Clemson Galen Hall gave former football sanction, the vately-owned Univer- death penalty for
tant executive director for enforce- University, which the player Jarvis Williams money and penalty would sity Athletic athletics, a penalty .
ment,would not give a specific date NCAA deemed had maintained provided transportation to Palatka suspend either that a January .
on when UF might be penalized, control, received only one year of so Williams could make a delinquent UF's football Association is finan- article in
but said the school should not ex- probation and no further NCAA child-support payment. Both or from Time magazine
pect a decision from the NCAA"for sanctions. Hall and Williams deny the charge; basketballteam cially separate said "reducedthe

three to four weeks." UF Athletic Director Bill former basketball player Ver- ,or both, UF, history has football program
At its Aug. 11 meeting in Colorado Arnsparger said the enforcement non Maxwell played for UF after for a minimum at SMU to
Springs, Colo., the National committee believed the NCAA sup- accepting $30,000 in loans from a of a shown the loss of intramurals."

Collegiate Athletic Association's ported UF. sports agent. If the committee de- year. The Ga- teams would cost The effect of
enforcement committee dismissed "I felt the NCAA staff' was very cides that a violation occurred, UF tors face the the penalty on
three charges and reduced three supportive throughout the meet- would have to repay$604,369 from hefty punishmentaftervio- the school greatly. SMU's football
others from major to secondary ing..both in their opening state- post-season tournaments Maxwell program was
infractions. Three charges remain ment and their closing statement," played in andformer lating regulations twice in six compared to an "atom bomb" by
against UF, and one each remains Arnspargersaid. men's basketball years Steve Wilensky, SMU associate
against former head football coach He said he felt positive after the coach Norm Sloan arranged for While the privately-owned University athletic director and executive di.
Galen Hall and former basketball meeting, but could not speculateon Maxwell's plane ticket to a basket Athletic Association is financially rector for the Mustang Club,
coach Norm Sloan. any penalties that might be im- ball camp in Boston.Sloan has said separate from UF, SMU's booster organization.

The NCAA's enforcement com- posed. he was unaware that was a viola history shows the loss of UFs two Wilensky said he thought it
mittee dropped the accusation of "You have no control over what would
tion.Three most popular sports teams would take an "extraordinary set
lax institutional control, seen by the committee decides," Arnsparger violations were reducedto cost the school greatly. of circumstances" for the NCAAto
many to the most ominous. Berst said. secondary infractions,including .
levy the death penalty again."I
When the Southern Methodist
said that charge is normally taken that
UF officials have said they expect :
football team receivedthe would be surprised if
seriously."I University very
monetary penalties, but said former football running back
in 1987 the school's NCAA would do that
in the
think the committee looks at because the school had Institutional Octavius Gould received a $100 penalty people "
that as one of the major factors (On control, the "death penalty" loan from Gator booster Duke booster contributions and fresh- to someone else, Wilensky said.

evaluating a school's compliance a temporary suspension of a Crittendon through a delivery by man enrollment suffered. SMU was found guilty of payingsee
)," Berst said. particular sport-seems unlikely. The Dallas school's contribu-
Recenthistory suggests the lack The NCAA's Infractions Commit- see NCAA, next page tions decreased more than 70 per Penalty next page


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Football penalties could squeeze off-campus business -

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By REGGIE GRANT Other Florida cities-such as Miami and Homecoming. eral manager, predicts he could lose as
Alligator Writer Tampa-have reported substantial financial "It won't just hurt business, it will hurt much as $100,000,or up to 10 percent of his
benefits from the university sports programsin everyone,* said Cucos manager Gustavo yearly revenue, from the loss of UF football.
Some Gainesville business owners predicta their towns. Roca,who estimates the death penalty would "We depend quite a bit on university
significant reduction in their profits if the The University of Miami sports Information cause him a 30-() to 40-percent() drop in sales. sports events and so forth," Hummels said.
NCAA hands down the "death penalty" toUF's office estimated the city of Miami tookin Steak And Ale's general manager Keith However,other businesses say an athletic
football program for recently uncov- as much as $27 million just from the Lutz says half of his Saturday business on death penalty wouldn't have a significant
ered rules violations. UM-Notre Dame game last November. football weekends is due to the games. impact on their profits.

Gainesville Chamber of Commerce analyst "The economic impact,overall, (from Uni- "During football season (the loss) would Ashley's Pub night supervisor Stephan
Rick Mulligan said even though he versity of South Florida athletic events) in probably cost,on average,around $5,000 (On Hart said the possibility of the death penaltyis
believes the death penalty-the temporary Hillsborough County was$238 million,"said sales) for each football game," Lutz said. not enough for him to worry about.
suspension of a particular sport-is unlikely Larry Grossman, research director for the Debbie Lakey, general manager of both "(The books) probably won't show a sig-
'for UF, he predicts income to drop in many Tampa Chamber of Commerce.In Gainesville Skeeter's restaurants, estimatesa nificant difference," Hart said, estimating a
businesses if the football program is"killed". Gainesville consumers spent an esti- loss of about $140,000 in sales (for both 15to 20-percent() sales drop on game week-
"Whether anyone would go out of busi- mated $12.5 million during the 1989 football locations) without money from football fans. ends.
ness, I don't know,* Mulligan said. "But I season, Mulligan said. Local businessestook "It would definitely affect our business "Six days a year doesn't make your busi-
think it's unlikely (the death penalty) wouldbe in about $2 million for each football Lakey said. ness," said Mike Punicki, restaurant man-
handed out. game,with at least an added$500,000 during Hans Hummels, Budget Lodge hotel gen- ager of the Purple Porpoise.

NCAAfrom Hall supplemented the salaries with the 10 rules violations.In Sloan and Hall, and said UF had Beverly Ledbetter Brown Univer-
14 of former assistant coaches its July 20 response to the been victimized by "renegade be- sity vice president and general
Lynn Amadee and Zaven Yaralian. NCAA's letter, UF admitted to all havior." counsel; Milton Schroeder, law
former running backs coach Larry Both Sloan and Hall still face but one charge-the lack of insti- UF officials said the immediate professor at Arizona State Univer-
Kirksey. Kirksey admitted he charges of unethical conduct by tutional control. UF also admittedto firings of the two coaches showed sity;John Nowak, law professor at
made made mistake when he
a the NCAA. another violation that the school UF acted quickly and thoroughlyafter University of Illinois; Alan Wil-
the loan which later
provided was violations.
had uncovered. That charge was discovering
liams, history associate professorat
repaid; The hearing helped answer a
later determined not to be a viola
The enforcement committee
recruit Reed Crafton's mother summer of questions at UF. TheNCAA's tion. University of Virginia and Tony
used her son's return ticket after a May 21 letter of inquiry agreed and dismissed that charge. Niland, former athletic director at
recruiting trip to UF and charged UF's athletic programs UPs reply was also critical of The committee is composed of Lemoyne College, Syracuse, N.Y.

PENALTYfrom tory." UAA senior associate direct However, Wilensky said it was ketball programs could be given UAA 1989-90 budget, more than
tor Jeremy Foley said he didn't impossible to predict what penal- anything from a public reprimandto $10 million from football and $1.7
page 14 want to speculate en the results of ties the NCAA might impose. the death penalty.Twentytwo million in basketball, athletic offi-

13 football players more than any possible NCAA punishments. "It is an absolute,total crapshootto schools are on cials said.
$61,000 while the team was on pro- NCAA probation, 19 for football
close to
ever come
said he believes the Clemson,also offender
Wilensky a repeat ,
bation, and had been on probationfor and basketball, the remainingthree
death penalty would be imple- what the (NCAA) will do to Florida received a year of unsupervised
11 of the previous 15 seasons. each for tennis, track and
in both (football and basketball).
mented only if the NCAA wantedto probation for at least two instances
UF President John Lombardi! send a message to its membersthat If the NCAA Committee on In- gymnastics. when an athlete received and dis-
has been quoted as saying the it will not tolerate any more fractions finds UF guilty of the 10 Football and basketball revenue tributed cash to a teammate in Fall
school is "in death-penalty terri- violations. violations, UFs football and bas- amounted to 69.1 percent of the 1985.efelKe .

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Alternative monthly paper debutsBy

CHRISTOPHER' B. HARIG is free, targets long- term Gaines- Rental
Alligator Writer ville residents, ages 25 to 45.
Holland, a UF journalism graduate -
Matt Holland and Colin said the paper can tackle news
Whitworth have seen the sunny stories better than Gainesville's ex-
side of the Gainesville newspaper isting alternative press."We're i.
business, but they firmly believe less political thanTfo .; .
the future lies with the Moon. \. II.
Iguana or FACT., Holland said. i I Ir
The two former Gainesville Sun "We're a little more general Interest -
reporters, who said they are tired We all have journalism backgrounds n
of the false objectivity of main where they have political 6, Is y l O o Course 101:
stream papers, activist back- r (without Aaron Rents)
are co-editors of pia
grounds. A7 Studentius Slobbum
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Moon, a "The theory of objec- Both Holland a peculiar condition

monthly alter- tivity is screwed. All and Whitworth that commonly exists
native tabloid <
are former Alli- among many campusenvironments
that debutedlast have in which
reporters opinions gator news edi-
week. the knowledge of Aaron
"The theoryof and your tors.A strong re- _'S Rents Furniture is

objectivity is sources know this sponse from ad- unacquired.
screwed, saidWhitworth vertisers -
a too. Why not drawconclusions four pages had
former UF jour- ?" to added to the
nalism student. debut issue to

"All reporters Colin Whitworth handle demand .
have opinionsand -hasMooll8d- 1
.your Moon co-editor vertising direc-
sources Know torMarkWorthhoping
this too. Why not draw conclusions the paper can carve out a
?" place in the community."In + T

The Moon co-editors said insightful six months I would like Moon IQS
reporting should be writ Course 102:
to be
a source, something people
ten from a point of view, raising (with Aaron Rents) t
depend on, a staple of our Gaines-
stories beyond the level of merely ville culture," Worth said. "It Studentius Contentum:
tracking the back-and-forth a pleasant condition .,
sounds corny, but I want us to be
characteristic of
of politicians. "
with Gainesville.
one '
students who have
"Newspapers equate fairness discovered that Aaron
Holland, who admitted Moon's,
and objectivity with getting
a quote Rents is a prerequisite to '
from each side," Holland said."We're name is a poke at the Gainesville living with\ decent
very consciously writing fora Sun, said journalistic philosophy furniture.
point of view. Our only agenda is wasn't the only motivation for the
to be openminded.." staff members to leave the main-
stream press.
Whitworth said the paper will bea 1
synthesis of investigative journal "We weren't happy working for ,,r.Vir/
ism,entertainment listings and wry someone else," Holland said.
humor. Holland said Moon, which "We're still young."

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Juan Quintero

dental student

Dental students give


free care to villagers

Faunce and 21 other UF dental students
Alligator Writer spent nine days in one of the poorest areas
of the Dominican Republic this summer,
As farm animals strolled through the providing free dental care to locals.
building, dental student Rebecca Faunce "We would work with the people sittingin
pulled villagers' teeth and kept an eye out open air churches on benches," Faunce
for tarantulas. said. "Pigs and chickens would be walking
around our feet all day.
muius: cuumtSY w JUAN QUINIIKO
"It really humbled me," she said. "Just Third-year dental student Helene Haley performs an extraction.The students worked .
seeing the country and the way these peoplelive with local anesthesia only.
made me very thankful that I'm from the
United States. They have absolutely noth- toes.From "The people were so strong," Quinterosaid.
ing. Las Matos de Farfan, the students "People would have their jaw open
The trip to the village of Las Matos de would break into five groups each morningat forever and have their bone exposed and
Farfan located in the southwest of the about 8 a.m.and travel in fourwheel drive chipped away with a hammer,and then they
vehicles to small churches as far as 30 miles got on a horse and left.
Dominican Republic near the Haitian border.MAwla
......r 1\01; .ilk..e &19th 6.... away.A "It was really something I've never seen
year UF dental stu- Each group before," he said.
dents have gone which consisted of Faunce said no matter how much pain the
abroad to aid Impov- eight students and villagers experienced, they remained calm.
erished people. one doctor,would be "We only had local anesthetics and pain
met by 40 to 140 vil- "
The students killers, Faunce said. "Rarely did you see
stayed in dorm-like lagers. The visit anyone showing pain. You would have to
r k from the students
church barrackswith watch their eyes to know if you were hurting
would be the only them."

a hot no water.electricityor They care they for would re- Even though the dental care was free,
b also slept under ceive year. Tomas Bello, also a dental student, said
mosquito nets Dental student some villagers insisted on paying two or
UP dental students Craig Georgia as, which provided protection I Juan Quintero also three pesos, which equals about 30 cents.
left, and Wayne Bautista, right, treat from taran- group of the 22 UF dental students was Impressed with "They are proud people," Bello said.
I villagers In an open-air church In the tulas and disease- who spent nine days sharing their skills the people's tough-
see Dentists, 19
with Impoverished villagers. page
Dominican Republic. carrying mosqui- ness.

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I Half of buildings on Flavet site

scheduled to open by JanuaryBy

Alligator Writer This facility was designed with
the upper division students in
The UF Division of Housing mind,"Blansett said."Each student
plans to open half of a new dormitory will have their own room and pri-
by January. vate study space."
The complex has not yet been The facility will include bay windows -

named but a request is pending to a library a computer room
name the area Flavet Village. and maybe'a convenience store.
"We feel like that would be the Each apartment will have a card

most appropriate access system on
name" said UF the front door,and
housing divisionspokeswoman Rent key locks on each
for the fa- of the bedroom

Sharon Blansett. cility will be doors. I.
The property has a "We are hoping
history and it's im- $1,025 semes-. to get a piece of the I

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James Grimm said know it can be The Marshall M. Crlser Student Services building is scheduled to be finished In December. It will
he expects at least other UF dormitories done. Other col- house several offices that now are spread across campus, including the registrar's office and
half of the nine ranges leges are already financial ald.Fences.
buildings and most using similar sys-
of the parking from $276 to tems."

spaces will be $863. Rent for the fa- cranes common sights
ready for occupancy cility will be$1,025 ,
by late fall. a semester for

When it Is finished each student. The Recreation center museum among new UF buildingsBy
in the spring of 1991 the complexwill price includes limited utilities -

house 419 students. local phone service and cable tele- DONYA CURRIE The Harn Museum was sched- with.
Nine three.story brick dormitories vision. Alligator Writer uled to open last spring but prob- "If kind of like two sisters shar-
a large activity center and Rent for other UF dormitories lems with the airconditioningsystem ing the same bedroom.They don't I
parking for 211 residents will be ranges from $276 to $863 depend- Students will be dodging trucks forced a fall debut. Sloan always get along but they have to
built on the 4.8-acre site across ing on the size of the rooms and bulldozers and fences this semes- said other campus projects should be together."
from the O'Connell Center. the facilities provided Blansett ter while workers complete more DC finished on in addition w

The apartments will have four said. than $30 million in campus con- "We try to make traffic snarls,
bedrooms two bathrooms a struction and renovation projects. studentscan't campus con
kitchendining area and a living see Dorms, page 28The'Harn Most of the dust should clear by remember a sure that the con- struction can be

next fall and a little inconveniencenow time when struction particularly unnerving
means less hassle students cranes and work doesn'tdisrupt to female
J ( JMilseurn* "" -at.a glance- ( ) in the future administrators said. ers weren't com traffic and students, Tipton
o The Marshall M. Criser Student monplace at UF.
Jhe> Ham'ivluseuinrrof, Art scheduled tdTopenl* Services Center is designed to savea "I haven't been that It is safe. said.UF officials re-

lot of leg work for students who here when there sponded to complaints -
f Septerilber22'and houses collections of art
and -Scott Sloan
now register in Tigert Hall, apply haven't been that
coffers special programs. Although the boilding[ Isj for financial aid in Anderson Hall loud noises like Facilities Planning workers were

funded by UF,'the programs are funded through! pick up loan checks in the Hub and this," criminal director verbally harass-
talk to counselors in Little Hall.
*rj&A' justice junior in e students by
'pnvate'Bonations.w. *v. (.,< ,,. -. *ij, t r b q The one-stop administration build. Mari Buchanan posting signs
ing will be finished in December shouted over the sound of bulldozers around each site in December.The

The Museum is located on the Facilities Planning director Scott plowing dirt next to the Infir signs list numbers to call in case

x, 4th St ;Corner of Hull Road and Si Sloan said.Workers. mary. harassment,such as sexual com
'34th Street The paring lot I are putting the finish Buchanan said construction' ments and whistles.
ing touches on the futuristic Sam-
Q adjacent to the museum and at w uel P. Harn Museum of Art whichopens sites are ugly and cause hazards Tipton said the warnings have

t students also may park In the ;' Sept. 22 with eight exhibits. for passing pedestrians. done their job because UF police
"Tractors on the road really h n"Ihaven't v,. have fielded only two or three com
commuter The located
museum on the- n'b ; ;;; plaints since posting the signs.

southwest been being on the "Basically the reason those are
The primary operating days cor- "
IISI ner of here when road she said. up is the university has a policy.
T W T F S .,are Tuesday through Sundayx campusnear there So much of against sexual harassment
o The museum is cbseC on will be one Street of the haven't been loud Fletcher Drive is Tipton said. "The signs allow the

i Monday Other reemi? ateo;y? t three largest vi- noises fenced for the workers to be aware of our policy."I .
Vmaybeienedter--t sual arts facili- like this. recreation center don't want to stereotype con.

grarrisV.P ; ties in Florida. -Marla Buchanan project that cars .struction workers, but we had to
Meanwhile can barely because some/!
put those signs up
Criminal J Justice junior squeeze by leav.
work continues voiced.:
IN museum is open fro? M..IM. incr a narrow sidewalk complaints were
airto'6 p.t'tt. T'T Nrt ',a vii a A Muuciii recreation for bicyclistsand Workers at the Flavet area responded
+ complex on Fletcher their own sign
by posting
fthroughFridayhours T pedestrians. Sloan
: said his de-
9 a residence hall on the former partment next to the warnings. It reads,
from 1 usually fights with
are p t Flavet Parking Lot, a purchasing tractors who would like con "Please don't feed the animals.
to fence
.m and the off
accounts building on Radio Road junior
entire roads instead of Mechanical engineering
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140 the Reitz Union the Chemistry Re- Scott Nolin is one UF student who
41 search Building and the Infirmary.The "We try to make sure that the doesn't mind early morning j jaw-
onslaught of construction and that it is safe.he disrupt said. traffic hammers and blocked road
will continue in January with exten- "Construction is worth it be-.
sive changes to Bryan Hall and a "It's certainly important for stu cause we need new buildings,
March renovation of Floyd Hall"I dents to keep their eyes and ears Nolin said as he stood admiringthe

would open to avoid being a victim"said future Flavet residence area, .
say once Bryan and UF police spokeswoman "It's nee-
Angie where he hopes to live.
Floyd are complete we won't have U It
any more major construction always gong to essary. It's not going to stop.
J ." Sloan said. projects have construction on campus and did, it would mean the university
.it's just something to learn to live; stopped growing.

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1 TO NEED SOME /HSIP TO RUM ACLASSIFIED lr ," Bello said. "Not only for
'They do not want handouts.They clinical ,but it gives
qa learning you a
will what they have.-
pay sense of how much we have here
j Quintero said the students aver- and how appreciative you shouldbe
aged 80 patients a day and the of what we have.
typical villager needed four tooth
extractions. Quintero,who also made the trip j
last year said he owed a debt to
This year's trip cost about the villagers.
$17,000 In travel and supply ex
J enses. The students raised "Last year I went because I was
512,000 on their own through contributions going to get a lot of experience
and donations,while the Quintero said. This year I went
remainder came from Student Government because I wanted to give some-
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GROWLfrom dian Andrew Dice Clay. Clay i is
page 3 known for his offcolor humor that
plays off insults to women and ho- .
mosexuals. : \: :.. .; ...; .,.: :! :. t):; J ;1: oooo 000
In his book Foxworthy says you "I think Gator Growl should ::" .; II:: ., ,. (;. ..: :: ::, ..... : (1t
might be a redneck: steer from sexist and rude 0
0 "if your richest relative buysa comedians," Alloway said, "unlessit's .ifAiI !: es0
house and you" have to help get directed against guys t to In- fa" f... vjfj
the wheels off; change the pace." : vf' f 0untT
"if your porch collapses and Guenther agreed with Allowaythat ,. ;
more than three dogs die" and some comedians are Inappro- '
"if you think God looks like priate. 'g'gr.
Hank Williams. "Foxworthy can be funny without i: 1
Foxworthy is writing a second being crude," Guenther said. Organizations
book entitled Hick is Chic "A "Dice couldn't." r.::;'AI1SHOWANDCONCERlS1NFlORfDA$ ( >v:: OStudent. Performing Arts, 0
Guide to Etiquette for the Grossly Brent Wilkerson, an exercise : o
Student Government 0
Unsophisticated, which is sched- and sports science senior, has i.; 'sruDENTJWESFORPlAYSt'PfRFORMlfG"i; ;;:" : ServicesTypewriters
uled to come out in late September.The to Growl the four ::' gone past years. :::ARrsANDQ'Cp lL C> N E CONCERI & Computers
comedian also hopes to host Although he also had never heardof o
his own show on HBO or Showtimesome Foxworthy,he said that wouldn't kom the duckpond WA4 Lost and Found o
time this fall, Williams said. stop him from going to Growl. ; > of me rata union ; o o
Despite his credentials, how- "People kind of go anyway,just ti ? MH. Q JWRU300 392-1671 QOO0OOO0000OO
ever, most students are unfamiliar hoping there will be a good come- ? ; 39 ';: ;
with Foxworthy's act. dian," Wilkerson said. 4;s
UP freshman Angie Alloway Guenther doesn't expect peopleto L
hadn't heard of Foxworthy but she be familiar with Foxworthy, but
said she doesn't really care who he said the comedian's obscurity
performs, as long as it isn't come- shouldn't affect ticket sales. I A & C e t4V

MEASLESfrom describes the group's mission as
3 defending the interests of stu-

all incoming students.In dents."We started wondering why -
fliers handed to students wait- they are charging $28," Rosario I
ing in line at the Florida Gym said.The county public health unit

measles vaccinations are de- doesn't charge people below the _'_' _N.N.. N. __' _N.'..'_ .._ ..m..N._ .M N..
scribed as 90 percent effective in age of 18 anything for booster

preventing someone from gettingthe shots. M-F 1 y ys .
disease during his or her life- Watson said the price of the ft/h. flth.u
time. But Kellett said the descrip- booster shot is reasonable.
tion dangerously overrates the "If you figure we pay$24.17 per $4 12 1001S S
effectiveness of the vaccine. unit of vaccine,by the time you buy
"Not enough people are retain- the alcohol the swab and bill the
ing the immunity Kellett said. students, you can see we are not .
The actual effectiveness of the vac- making money.
cine for a lifetime is about 15 to 20 "If you can go down and get the

percent less, Kellett said. shot for free, then do it," Watson -. ,..,'. ".. ... '....... ',... ." ,,:..........,..:.,.,.,..... '

Statistics The National estimates Center 20 for measles Health said.Rosario also said he was con l
deaths occurred in 1989. cerned with the possible side ef- : i7'v : ; f ..:' :.. :;.... l'.:.#,: .". ,
The nurses say the pace at Flor- fects the vaccines may cause. i:11111' ;;; '"
ida is hectic but "If nice ; .L.l"L.\ ..,( .
Gym we According to a measles flier, as ; :! .
can joke with them (students get many as one out of every four )
ting the shots)." adults receiving the vaccine expe- ft IDillrrrlf: ; :;( 0).s ;.. .. <:;>:<<'(; '/ '<.' "

After getting her shot, one stu- rience some aching or swelling in ,," '.., .:;:!;,.>".l: ,:::',><"/:, ,:;,.:;t h: ptemd er 12. dent walked down the hall ,
holdingher the joints. Other temporary side ** j *: v* i** t&tr
arm. "This is going to hurt fora effects such as pain, numbness or '1''icplt fisxyoiiirvsit 9 'amY 6 30 ;''>:
couple of hours," she said. tingling in the hands and feet have
Another said, smiling, This been reported, but they are very : ktivudfyof idit;<<" .1st floortfteitztlniott; '
didn't hurt at all. uncommon. Af *"\ rv %w
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Yet some students are more con- The Infirmary warns people who J iV '* : ;
cerned with the pinch in their wal- sick with seri- x m. a
are anything more :w sad hifarmati p < rCiurr.. ''t' z'aU z6t ,
lets than the pinch on their arms. ous than a cold to check with their
Raul Rosario, secretary for the doctors before receiving the vac-
Coalition for Concerned Students, cine.

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GONEfrom who would be held responsible if
expansion further spread contami-

to local residents page worried about nation.One environmental activist gave OD71t @ ll@fJ@@ @U'@ (;#9,[FA{fJgoo,

unidentified polluted areas and reporters documents that he said
road expansion. prove the existence of a contami- at the Reitz Union Games
About 60 residents questioned nated lagoon near or under the area
Environmental Protection Agency' street The EPA has not Incorporated
officials for several hours at an the area into its clean-up and mordwA
Aug. 14 public meeting at Howard plans.
Bishop Middle School,asking how
and when the EPA plans to clean The EPA's list of possible
the almost 170-acre Superfund site cleanup measures for the Gainesville aI
near North Main Street. site include extracting con-
Superfund sites are EPA monI- taminated ground water and
tored cleanup projects for areas dumping it into the sewer system,
with environmental contamination.The building a barrier to prevent the
Gainesville site is contami- further spread of contaminated
nated with arsenic, phenols and ground water and treating soil
chromium produced by wood-. The site has been on the EPA's

treating plants. list of contaminated sites.. since Group cam available Open every day ,Ground flow 392-1637
Some residents complainedabout 1983. Cleanup isn't expected to
the EPA and the Departmentof begin until about 1992.;EPA envi-
Transportation's conflict over ronmental engineer Martha Berry
expanding North Main Street and said at the meeting.


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joys reading classics, Is glad that all of the
By JUUE GUIDER books he likes to read will be consolidated
ROBERT COLVILL be provided at the center," he said. Alligator Writer in one area. 1
Alligator WriterA Hale said once the center is opened, SG UF students won't have access this fall "It will make the process of trying to finda
plans to hold periodic resume workshops for to Library West's third, fourth or fifth book much easier," Delacruz said. "I'm
new student word processing center will students. floors, a temporary change made while happy to hear they are finally taking steps
soon open in the Reitz Union.A Student Body Treasurer David Stern said UFs two main librariesare to simplify their sys
three-way agreement between the Centerfor renovated to make tem."
the facility was first proposed in 1989 by
Instructional and Research Computing previous Student Body Treasurer Alan Lev- room for the school's Library and For now,books in Library .
Activities (CIRCA), the Reitz Union Board of ine. Levine arranged for CIRCA the Reitz growing collections. East East will be
Managers and Student Government has Union Board and SG to share the center's Library East and West renovations include moved to temporary locations
paved the way for the opening of a 20-slation() West renovations include in other libraries
costs.SG leaders agreed to pay for operatingcosts
word to be located in the redecorating
processing facility redecoratinglobby across campus.
the Union agreed to provide the space
Reitz Union by early fall. the grand Both libraries
areas are undergoing
for the facility and CIRCA agreed to supplythe lobby areas, the
CIRCA Director Mark Hale said the facilitywill 20 word processors, he said. reading room and stack $4 million
help ease the high demand for existing areas, as well as repair- grand reading room worth of renovations,
word processing space. Ten Macintosh and Stern said he doesn't know what the total ing air conditioning and which are scheduled to
10 IBM personal computers are to be reas- cost of lab renovations will be,but the money leakage problems, adding and stack areas. be completed in fall
signed from other campus computer labs for will come from a leftover account that drew elevators and reorganizing 1992.
student use. There are currently 30 Macin- money from various sources and is currentlynot space to make more room for But Turner said students shouldn't have
tosh and 210 IBM computers available for being used. books, said public services assistant director problems finding books because their correct

student use, he said. "The only remaining obligation is for the Carol Turner. locations are already updated on the
"The Union will provide a more convenient student body to provide funds for the student "We have more books than space, Library User Information Service, a com-
(word processing) location for students and staffing of the center," Stern said. Turner said."Over" a mile's worth of booksare puter system used to research topics and
will be safer especially for females working added a year. locate books.
later "Hale said. Stem also said the hours of operation the will
at night, To create more space, library
haven't been set yet. Agriculture senior Lindene Stewart said
consolidate social science, humanity and
"Students who need instruction (to use the she believes the renovations will make it
Student Activities Dean said general interest books in Library West.
word processors) can enroll in computer Myra Morgan easier to locate research materials.
classes with CIRCA at the University Box the 20 word processors will be located in Reitz The special interest and more diverse
Office for a nominal fee or they can use the Union Room 365,and two of the word processors books will be in Library East. The minor inconvenience now may help
manuals and self teach programs which will will be set specifically for disabled use. Nursing senior Bery Delacruz, who en- me with my projects in the future.

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ready forlibraries. money to stay open

By SARAH REESER- tinue throughout the"'ear; ,"Sexton
pt 11 1111II tG Alligator Writer said."Our budget is cut to the bare
-VDID NNS bones. I
rugENT Thanks to fund-raisers and donations The fund-raisers and donations
MARIA ,the future may be more finan- have kept the former post office
cially sound for the HippodromeState afloat since theater officals were
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Theatre. told they would
UF freshmen buying Gators The theater's not be supported
paraphernalia this fall should Include staff has already The by the
a new item on their shop- raised about HippodromeState city any longer.
ping lists. $125,000 to Theatre's staff The Hippodrome
The all-in-one ALLIGATOR PHOTO keep the theater has
multi-purpose, spon-
ID card first will serve as Former Student Body President Scooter Willis developed the open, and is has raised about s o r e d
all-in-one ID card's computer program and software.mer about $25,000
students'library cards.It eventu- $125,000 towardits everything fromWalk.athons
ally will allow students to pur- B and White said more than tions: the Hub, Turlington Hall short of its to
chase food in dining halls and 4,200 have been sold. and the Reitz Union. During $150,000 goal. $150,000 goal. raffle ticket
vending machines and will re- "I've been getting all kinds of drop-add week,students also can Earlier this _sales____ to n .raise____
place Infirmary cards, football good responses from the stu- pick up cards in the basement of year, officials announced that gov- money, Sexton said.
ticket coupons, credit cards and dents,"White said. Tigert Hall.Students. ernment cutbacks might force the "When it comes to fundraisers,
some dormitory room keys, ID The card was the brainchiV' 79-year-old theater to close. you name it,we've done it-" Sexton
coordinator Lyn White said. and campaign promise of former Hippodrome development direc- said.
The card probably will be re- Student Body President Scooter tor Mark Sexton said he is optimistic Community members and corporations
quired by next spring. White Willis, who developed the card's must bring a pictureID about the theater's future, but have helped save the the-
said.Students computer program and software. social security card and $5. said fund-raisers must continue ater by renewing subscriptions and
began buying the$5 Students can purchase cards White said the card takes five to year round. donating money, he said.
cards at the beginning of Sum- this fall at three different loca- 10 minutes to make. "We will not shut down, but our The Hippodrome's new season

fund-raising efforts have to con- begins Sept. 8.

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stresses are magnifiedfor students, many still can't adjustto
college students, and new stu- campus\ life, Funderburk said.
dents face tasks such as getting "As you are depressed, your
good grades, finding their way thinking becomes impaired, and
around campus, meeting new you don't see the options avail
friends and adjusting to a more able," Funderburk said.
hectic schedule. Giving away cherished posses-
Jamie Funderburk, a psychologist sions or making drastic changes in
at UFs Counseling Center, appearance can be warning signs
said depression of suicidal

among college thoughts, she
think it is
students is not really said. Another

uncommon.Eighty important for the in- warning is
percentof when a student
students experience coming student to talks aboutcommitting

de- know that not sui-
pression at cide and then

some point in alone. There's a lot of seems to cheerup
their college careers without a
she said. students feeling the change of situation "mac

But feeling she said.
stress during same way they are. Funderburksaid

change is also -Jamie Funderburk 30 percentof
normal be- college students
cause students UF Counseling Centerpsychologist consider

must learn to suicide, and 1
structure their percent actually -
time\ budget attempt tft
their'money: get t their own meals end their lives. But ife--of these
and adjust to greater academic de- students succeed, she added.
mands than ever before, she said. "Reality is that with enough neg-
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when the reality is everyone expe- support, most anyone could thinkof
riences problems at some time," suicide," Funderburk said.

Funderburk said. Suicidal feelings usually last a
Changes in sleeping or eating maximum of six weeks,
habits and changes in appearancecan Funderburk said.

be warning signs of depres- When someone is feeling suici-

sion, she said. dal, talking about their feelings is
UF journalism junior Jamie
an important method of preven-
Goldfarb said she was severely de-
tion. outside is
Seeking help one "'
pressed during her freshman year. way to find someone to talk to, I.;.','
"I went home every weekend, Funderburk said.
stayed in bed, gained 15 poundsand
The Alachua County Crisis Cen-
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ter provides a 24-hour-a-day hot .
Goldfarb said.Developing. .,'-,
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friends is the key to overcoming about
who's depressed or thinking
depression, Funderburk said. suicide."I ,:/. 'f.'
Often students' original support
think it is important for
system of friends and family is left really
the student to know thatthey're
at home when they leave for col- "
not alone Funderburk
lege, she said.
said."There's a lot of students feelIng :
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recognize depressive behav- the same way they are. > _

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dental-treatment optionsTape

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x'9 r Alligator Writer aversion methods that involve re-
Parents who have children treated in straining the child and I
UFs pediatric dentistry department soon no treatment.
will have a videotape to help them decide The video enables parents to witness
how their children should be treated. treatments used on children. That helps
8 "We hope the parents decide
b. yfj will ulti- which treatmentis
videotape mately be used "In the past, we (dentists) best for their

14a across the state have infringed on the rightsof child.
and nation as a tool "In 95 percentof
to help pediatric the parents to make these the cases the
dentists deliverthe only treatment
highest possi- needed for our
ble Care to their pa- -Frank Courts patients is posi-
tients," said Frank tive reinforce-
Courts, pediatric UF pediatric dentistry ment," Courts
dentistry depart- department chairman said.
ment chairman. "It's only the
During the brief other 5 percent:':
period the child Is undergoing treatment, that we are trying to address in the video.Two ."
dentists have practiced "in loco parentis," pediatric dentists, Ernest Prieto of
a Latin phrase meaning in place of the Miami and Ronnie Grundset of Gaines-
parent. ville, helped Courts with the video.
Courts said the videotape is important The sample populations used in the project
because it allows parents to make in- were parents of patients from the UF
a formed choices about their child's' dental dental clinic and parents of Grundset's
treatment and frees dentists from any legal patients.
responsibility they may have had. UF's College of Dentistry paid for the
"In the past,we (dentists)have infringedon $4,500 project.
the rights of the parents to make these Students at the dental college have not
1 01 decisions," Courts said. "This videotapewill yet viewed the video, but the information
r -' now 'allow that responsibility to be obtained through the research is being
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I Kafer, 8, reassembles his brother's bike outside of Trusler Hall. His During the video, parents are shown pediatric patient care has changed,and
brother Is one of many freshmen who moved into UP dormitories last week. several treatment options, including: this research is addressing that change,"
pharmacological treatment that in- Courts said.

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in trash money 14 Sunday

to UFs Environmental Engineering 12 noon -4pm
program, said PCR PresidentArt
Alligator WriterA Wotiz."It's great to recycle this 5 1/2/ Blocks from Campus
local chemical company's de- waste and It's even better to pro- :\ l'- 536 S.W. 2nd Ave. Co-ed

cision to recycle waste generatedat vide some small assistance to peo- phone: 372-7876
its plant is good news for UFs ple who are finding answers to
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environmental engineering department some of today's biggest problems." - - r r
Evers-Rock said she got the idea We'll meet any other Gym's FALL j FALL lONE YEAR
The money Penisular Chemical for a plant-wide recycling program price and... We honor all I SEMESTER SPRING !
Research Inc. makes each month after she started with soda cans. other Gym's coupons too I I |
from recycling about 12 tons of "I drink three cans of Coke a day YOU CAN'T BEAT I $60O I $ I $1 OF -
waste will go and I just didn'tlike PETE'S GYM!! \ |
to the depart to see that
ment for envi- The Penin- going to waste."
ronmentalresearch. money After her initial
sular Chemical Re- success, she
John Bailey, wrote a letter to
PCR's vicepresident search Inc. makes Wotiz, "givingsome

in each month from re- pros and
charge of man.ufacturing cons," she said.
cycling waste will go PCR has
said PCR is UF. begun recyclingtons
working onantl.cancer of computerpaper-

nnu __n_ _
drugs and the development of a cardboard,plastic pails and drums I,
replacement for wasteproducingcarbon along with the employees' soda
fluorochlorides, or CFCs,a cans.
toxic by-product of wastedisposal.UFs "We anticipate contributing the (WellAgainsWhen
research is expected to proceeds from 3 tons of waste gen-
focus on the related areas of health erated each week," Bailey said.
physics or civil engineering and Even though it takes a lot of
sanitation methods for handling waste to make what could be "a
waste Bailey said. couple of hundred dollars a
Peninsular Chemical Research month," Evers-Rock said she
Inc.wants"to put money into problems thinks the recycling program is
we have today," Sheri Evers- important for both UF and PCR. ,
Rock, a PCR chemist, said. Environmental engineering de- must work or
Evers-Rock brought the idea to partment Chairman Joseph you
PCR's president who determinedthat Delfino said it's too early to tell
money from the sale of the which projects will benefit from
attend classes
company's waste would be used to PCR's donation. But he said he who cares
support UF's environmental re- believes the monthly contributionwill ,
search. be enough to pay for a small
"We are very proud to contribute research project. for your sick child?

Freon rules keepsenvironment

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coolBy your child has the sniffles or a sore throat, WellAgainsgives

you the security of knowing that you don't have to miss workor

TENIELLE TODD more.to have their air conditionersfixed. school to stay home with your sick child. You can be confidentthat

Alligator WriterA "Customers will see a slight In- your youngster is being cared for by a qualified nursing staff as
recent Florida law requiring crease in price because it takes continue daily routine. .
you your
businesses that service or install longer to work on the air conditioning -
automobile air conditioners to re- units now," said Sal Tanone, WellAgains is available for children ages six weeks to 14_years who
cycle freon will raise costs for car owner of Sal's Automotive in
owners,local business owners say. Gainesville. "The recycling pro- are not well enough to attend school or regular daycare._We're a

passed The by law the, cess about 20 takes to 30 service provided by Alachua General Hospital and we're the only

Florida The of its kind
legisla- law will minutes. program in our
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buy a freon re- buy a freon recycling nesses. your child. (All children must Uniwtnity SW'ne Avi
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further depletion by said Donald Ahrens, owner of

law chlorofluorocarbon requires larger emissions businesses,the to Ahrens Gainesville.Cars Z-Car. Specialist Inc. in "When your child is sick and you can't/., be home," i 1.

buy an approved recycling machine with air conditioning prob- M
by July 31, 1991, while lems usually have no freon left in AjLACHUA t
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1, 1992 to buy their recycling refilled to check for.leaks,Ahrens GENERALHOSPITAL i
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DORMSfrom The Division of Housing borrows
money from banks to build
page 18 and update dormitories Blansett

In exchange for the higher price said.Since the number of
spaces that
tag,students will have almost three will be available in January is still
times the space that other dormi- unknown the Division of Housing
tories offer Blansett said.
hasn't decided how
or when the
in Tow
suite Beaty
new residents will b'e chosen.
ers is approximately 462 square "We'd like to give our current
(feet but the new rooms will have contract holders first choice
than 1200
footage more
square Blansett said. "We are trying t to
teet. watch
"It's not just
see how
ILA space," Blansett When many spaces we
will '
said."Students it is finished can offer before
have a lot more pri-
vacy by having in the any made.decisions are
their own rooms. of 1991 After the
Blansett said an- spring complex
is finished,
other reason the the complex will additional con-
rent for the new
dormitory Is house 419 stu planned.struction is being

higher is because dents. Blansett said the
each of the apart-
complex was built
ments will have
for u ppe r-diviston
two bathrooms and require more and she
students expects a large
ior utility usage. number of preprofessional stu.
"Some students may think the dents to take advantage of the lo
rent is a little steep, Blansett said. cation.
"But we feel that the cost is very
"We are so close to the law
reasonable considering everything
5 V thafs included." school," Blansett said. "I think it
would be ideal for those students
Every about 6,400 studentslive '
year .
4, X in dormitories. to live here.-
Blansett said she expects a positive

"It seems like a large number," response to the project despite
Blansett said. "But each year we the cost. However some students
turn away thousands of studentsdue disagree."I .
to lack of space. think if s an awesome Idea,*
"In order to house the extra students said dentistry junior Heather
NATALEE WATERS-\LIJGATOR it takes money," Blansettsaid. Alred."But I can live much cheaper
I Roger Luego of BR Brick and Masonry Inc.works in front of the new Flavet dormitories. Half of the "And that's one thing we just where I am, and I'm not sharing i
buildings are expected to open In January. don't have. place with three other people."

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pose Is to adjudicate appeals of on-cam- I DECAL OFFICE I assessed depending upon theviolatlon. If

pus parking tickets made by students.Ten I you receive 10 points within semester,

student justices evaluate and the adJudlI I 392-2241 your driving privileges will be suspended

cate the appeals. I ( for 60 days. 'you'accumulate 20 points

2, All cars motorcycles and mopeds
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must have a campus decal. Decals may be I will be
PARKING I FINES OFFICE I suspended for one year.
at the decal office North- I
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3. Freshmen and Sophmores living on- I Service Drives

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purchase a Red D decal.The Red D park- I Reserved Spaces

Ing lots are on North-South Drive and I No-Parking Zones

West of Simpson Hall along Museum STUDENT I .. !
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decals This allows parking only in the I I' I
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THOMAS CENTER By aid health conscience students,
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302 6th
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2020 NW 6 Street Phone 373-7284 (Advance Tickttt $10 available II t| p.m. ence.
Owned Mi Operated' *jr teachers HYDE I ZEKE VIDEO &RECORDS ready to begin his daily workout in Project manager Greg Rivers
the O'Connell Center. said money for the new recreation
He works on his biceps, triceps center came mainly from the Cap-
J v -0-F A* Ah- an-- and back, an hourandahalf work- ital Improvement Trust Fund. The
out that takes him three hours. fund takes a percentage of each
By the time he gets home to student's tuition and uses the

... i shower,It's 9:30: ________ money to im-
.,.rasr "
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Vey, an new facilities. No
---s English junior, not only take a lot of extra student
is frustratedwith
money was required
-wearrrs' the facili- pressure off the to build

.. :..tss ties at the the new center
O'Connell Cen O'Dome facilities, Rivers said.

University of Florida ter. He's Joiningan but it will also offer "We used no

Student, Health Care Center outside outside sources
health club next students some new for funding this
week becausehe project," Rivers
things that the university
students 60 can work out said. "We hopewe
Caring for for over
in half the time has never had don't have to
with practically raise student
no waiting.He before. fees in the fu-

says his David Bowles ture to keep the
time is valuable center opera
SUCCESS BEGINS WITH YOUR HEALTH and he would center director tional."

rather devote However ,
more time to studying than to unnecessary Bowles believes the Activity and

At the Student Health Care Center we know why,you came to the University of Florida.To waiting in the O'Connell Service Fee could be raised to pay
Center."It for operating costs. Students
become successful and make a better life for yourself. You'll be studying, working and pay
is just ridiculous that it takesme $4.75 in A&S fees for each credit
playing hard here. It's all a part of the college life. But sometimes things go wrong and three hours for a workout that hour they take."I .

that's when you need the personal attention of the Student Health Care Center. should take me only an hour and a really hope that student fees
half," La Vey said. "My school won't be raised in the future,"
schedule is so busy that I can't Bowles said. "If they ((fees) were to
Our full-time staff of and the
physicians, nurses support ,team are waiting to give you
afford to wait while working out. I rise, it won't be for at least five
special care you deserve. You' are encouraged make an appointment in advance to see need to go in,work out and leave." years."

the physician of your choice. This will greatly reduce your waiting time. Of course, walkin La Vey will be able to exerciseIn Building the recreation center

visits are available if your illness or injury requires immediate attention. the new Student Recreation Fit will have little if any effect on other
ness Center, to be completed in Gainesville health clubs, said Let's

Student Health' Care Center offers the following services to UF students: May 1991. for the Get Physical manager Kathie
Construction Is underway Durst.
$3.6 million facility, where UF students "Most of our business comes
Acute Medicine Injury Care Allergy Clinic will be able to play racquetball from off-campus: students," Durst
on Indoor courts, do aerobicsin said. "We should not be affected."
two modern dance studios and Gainesville Health and Fitness
Cast Service Clinical Laboratory Cold Self Care Station
'.* '
much more, said fitness center di- owner Joe Cirulli also believes the

'. .. /. ,' rector David Bowles. new facility will have only a small
General Practice, ,Health Education Mental Health Service "We began construction in Aprilso impact on business.

,. I' we could finish the project in "We have such a wide variety of
Nutrition Counseling Orthopedic Clinic Patient Observation'Unit about a year," Bowles said. The clientele that the new campus facility
new facility will not only take a lot won't have any effect on our
of pressure off the O'Dome facili- business," Cirulli said. "Our staff
,r Pharmacy Radiology, & EKG,' / Sexual Assault Recovery, ties, but it will also offer students and our ultra-modem equipment
.: .' some new things that the univer- should keep us on top."

, ,Wart Treatment Women's Health Care ,Student(Injury Care sity has never had before." UF junior Stephen Harris said
Among the facilities the recreation the new center will be an advantageto
and fitness center will Include students who choose to use it.,
Regular Hours. ; q;:; ;" : PHONE, NUMBERS are:' "t 1 will finally be able to work out t
Monday-Friday: ,> '8am'8pmI;- { '.1.' Appointments, '392-1161, ex",224 eight indoor racquetballcourts on campus without waiting a mil
,Saturday-Sunday.I : .' Information 392.1161 ext '309 ; lion hours,".Harris said."It will also
and Holidays:: J2pm -,4pinw; '':" ': .Pharmacy\ '392.1760' two squash courts; save me a lot of money next year
I .; '" a basketball-volleyball court because I won't have to pay and
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Mighan said he sold three machines from solar radiation.
page last year, and has sold 40 Sutton said the ozone layer is

other refrigerants, are exhaustedinto this year. naturally broken down by sunlightto
the atmosphere when they Twenty machines were sold to form oxygen, which in turn re-
aren't recycled. However, the businesses in Gainesville,he said. plenishes the ozone layer. The YOURSELF !
CFCs were left to destroy the Recycling is important becauseeven chlorine in CFCs interferes with
ozone layer. a small amount of CFC emissions this process by combining with oxygen
Now, with the use of the can cause a great deal of atoms and not allowing the
oxygen to recombine, he said. There are ways to reduce the risk of HIV
recyclers, the freon is capturedinto ozone depletion, said Andrew
a container or reclaimer and Kutyna,Northeast District Air Program Even if the use of all CFCs was infection as well as health procedures to follow
then recycled,Ahrens said. Administrator for the state eliminated, some would still re- once HIV infection has been diagnosed. Don'tbe
Sales of the machines have taken Department of Environmental En main in the atmosphere, Sutton
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an excise tax on freon,said Bill Robert L Sutton,Jr.,an environ- move up into the ozone,where they about AIDS now.
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By JOANNA GOLTZMAN are put to sleep each month Stan- Sarah Gergel, president of Students picked up by the Gainesville Police
Alligator Writer ton said. "In June and July, 300 to for Ethical Treatment of Animals Department and brought to shelters
400 animals are put to sleep each said many pet owners until they are claimed, Staton
Thousands of stray pets are week. mistakenly think they are doing said. Animals at the center are
@yO. given lethal Injections by the their animals a favor by freeing available for adoption,but they are
Gainesville Animal Control Center While the student exodus accounts them. destroyed if they go unclaimed.
every summer, many because they for many of the strays,
were abandoned by departing stu Staton said there are other factors. These homeless animals live Controlling population by having
dents. This problem can't be attrib- short, miserable lives. Many of pets spayed and neutered can
Because students graduating or uted to only one group of people," them end up getting run over by limit the problem.At .
think about your heart. leaving;vacation often free their Staton said.always experience cars,"Gergel said."Many of these a private animal clinic, the
dogs and cats, the center's population a dramatic increase during animals have not been spayed or process costs from $50 to $80, de-
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said center supervisor Kim Staton. also due to the beginning of producing and make the situationeven physical condition of the animal.
V WERE FIGHTING FOR "During the months of Januaryand kitten season, which starts in worse." Cheaper options are available at
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I Group acts as watchdog over child-abuse cases I

By ALLYSON GARDNER HRS and child-abuse investigations.The without a search warrant and take childrenif VOCALS' Gainesville chapter is organizing
Alligator Writer national VOCAL group originated they see fit. But the subject of an investI- a group of volunteers to assist in its new
when citizens became aware of parents and gation has the right to the names of those court-monitoring system. The organizers
When five people responded to a letter other adults who they believed were falsely investigating and to be told of the purpose hope the monitors'presence will help judgesbe
Karen Radko wrote in February to the being accused of child abuse. .
and possible consequences of the investigation. more careful in their decision making,
GainavilU Sun,the group got together and Anyone: who has reason to believe a childis especially when it concerns placing a childin
formed a local chapter of Victims of Child being harmed can If a child is re- a new home or sending them back to their
Abuse Laws. call and report it to "We want to make HRS an- moved from his or old one, Radko said.
Radko'letter her VOCAL The calls
expressed opinions of her home, a cir-
Radko also said she fears often
the Department of Health and Rehabilitative which can be anony- swer to somebody." cuit judge must
assume HRS is correct and seem to ignorethe
Services and how it handles childabusecases. mous, are screenedat decide within 24
lack of evidence presented. She stated
Others caught up in the system of the register. It is -Karen Radko hours if it is safe
that in the past,judges have been found to
abuse and neglect responded to the letter a second-degree Victims of Child Abuse Laws for the child to go "rubber stamp" what HRS says.
and formed the VOCAL group. misdemeanor to back home while
VOCAL has since grown to about 25 mem- make a false reportMembers district ;representative the investigation "We want to make HRS answer to somebody -
bers of proceeds. ,"Radko said. "We need some type of
,including teachers,parents and foster
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Gainesville Mall."We're many of these calls come from ex- investigative powers taken away from HRS "We feel (the volunteers) presence In
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Alligator Writer Yy 1 1stor Next time you are at Florida Field enjoying a
tr :s look around.See all the in
people the
UF finance senior Mike Diaz says he game, stands?
didn't get what he paid for. The same number of people has died of AIDS.
tm Anecdotes such as this are sometimes used by
Last semester he put a quarter into a dui Z. a
parking meter at the Reitz Union and UFs AIDS peer educators to begin presentations to
received only 45 minutes of the hour he student groups that invite them to speak.
paid for. When he got a ticket- not the The AIDS peer educators are students who see
first during his stay at UF he was AIDS as part of their problem, not just someone
irritated and didn't want the hassle of else's," said Joanne Auth, UF health education su

appealing it, he said. r pervisor.
"I hate it. I really hate it," Diaz said. "Idon't Some of the peer educators have a personal
get the full hour 25 percent of the interest they know someone with AIDS. But
time I use the meters. others get involved just out of concern, Auth said.

UF police spokeswoman Angie Tipton : ":'r. "" "' .. .'1-..'...... ..,r '.......- "'...-___ _.. ". .." .n...... --,... .....__ Lucy Desjardin student,a peer who educator has worked for two years AIDS anda
said, "I think anytime you have a campus graduate on re-
ALLIGATOR PHOTO search, said she got involved because of all the
with the number of people we have,park
ing is a premium. Some students say UP parking meters, Including those at the Reitz Union, misinformation about AIDS.
don't always give them what they pay for.
While about 28,000 students have parking Auth said a new AIDS case is reported every 14
decals, only about 18,000 spots are said.Craig clogged with activity.But minutes in the United States, and although the
available. While the numbers don't add Yarn,Student Traffic Court chief Andrea Rowan, a fine arts major, number of collegereported cases is low,traditional-
up, Ttpton said the drivers are the problem 1 justice, agrees with Tipton. said she has doubts about Yarn's claim. age college students are the most likely group to
"Everybody seems to think there's a "It's really out of hand," Rowan said. have hidden infections.
"Having the attitude that I should be problem Yarn said. "People don't wantto "The university doesn't have enough Auth hopes to cause a domino effect through the
able to drive my car and park close to get up 30 or 45 minutes before (class) parking and then they ticket students peer education program she said she feels thatif
where I work is the problem.she said. to ride the bus. when they're trying to go to school. The educators have an impact on the students they
Not only are they not needed, but the He said there are enough parking spots university is trying to prevent us from speak to, then those students will in turn inform

construction of more parking spaces throughout the day for students, even see Parking, page 35 see Educators page 35
would damage UPs appearance, Tipton during peak hours when campus is

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page 34 people parking in decal parking spots Yarn said. 34 returning peer educators. Theyare
I', Most people don't deal with meter problems,he paired with a newly trained peer
going to class.
their friends.
said.But educator because many are nervous
I Engineering major Joel Palabyab had similar when problems arise Hester said he isn't Auth said females tend to show a the first time they make a presentation
complaints after an encoun- trying to cheat anybody by greater interest than males in being ,Auth said.
ter with a meter that didn't giving them less time than educators and praised the
[ don't the full hour peer
get Yet doesn't
experience necessarilycure
give him the full time he paid they paid for. Panhellenic Council's involvementwith
for."I 25 percent of the time I "When you buy a hour's the program last year. the jitters.
felt like 1 got rlpped-ofi- worth of time, you should Each sorority sent a member "I still get nervous,"Desjardin said.
Palabyab" said. "It's a hassle use the meters. get an hour's worth of become a peer educator. Auth hopesfor A student's role as a peer educatoris
Mike Diaz time," he said. "We're not a similar fraternity response this up to the individual. Educators whodon't
Metered spaces accountfor trying to shortchange anybody year. enjoy speaking to student
332 of the 17,490 total UF finance senior ." To become educator students
a peer groups can make displays and set up
parking spots on campus or But students aren't supposed go through five, threehour exhibits for the World Health
about two percent of all spaces. Last year, meters to park at the Union at all, Vam-S iiLThe training sessions, during which they Organization's AIDS Awareness Day.
generated $102,000, or about three percent of all meters are intended for short-term use, see videos and discuss AIDS issues. Others work in conjunction with Student
I. campus parking fines, parking director Robert primarily for visitors and guests of the Union, The first volunteers were trained in Government to organize Safer
Hester said. Hester said fall 1987 and the program continuesto Sex Day,a part of SG's Health Aware-
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I Financial aid shifting from low-income studentsBy I

MEUSSA SEGEL These trends influence what types of students class families, she said. the affluent to the poor.
Alligator Writer enroll In college and what kind of aid The ACT report said politics also plays a In 1980, the report said, 60 percent of
they receive, the study said. large role in who will receive financial aid, incoming freshmen from poverty back-
The focus of student financial aid has The 22,000 UF students who receive financial because state legislatures and the federal grounds received some form of gift aid. In
shifted from those who need it most aid may be affected by the change, government pay for financial aid. Institu- 1984, it declined to 45 percent.
lower-income students- to students from said UF Financial Aid associate director tions and private sources also pay for financial The study attributed the decline to the
middle class and affluent families according Josette Green. aid, Green said. loss of Pell Grants. Congress refocused the'
to a recent study by American College Test- UF has raised its admission standards "Middle income and affluent families are program to expand middleincome eligibility -
ing. because of an increasing number of applicants more active in the political system than are and lowered the grant's maximum
The study said changes in Pell Grant which often means students with a the poor,and elected representatives reflect awards to the poorest aid applicants, the
eligibility requirements for middle-class students family income below the federal poverty the concerns of those who gave them their study found. ,
,the increasing popularity of loans and level can't get into UF, Green said. jobs,"the report said. According to the study, In 1975, 21 per- ;
higher admission standards at state univer- There is a direct correlation between a The ACT study found that during the cent of all financial aid were loans, while In
sities have caused the shift,which occurred high grade-point average and socioeconomic 1980s,gift aid-money that does not haveto 1988, loans accounted for 66 percent of the
after Congress passed the Middle Income class, she said.Students with higher be repaid-was reallocated from: the poorto total aid available.
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GREG RUTlEDGE land grant school, and $75,000 of it will go to the exp one "
Manatee County Extension Office and the Gulf Coast
Alligator Writer Research and Education Center, both UF affiliates florists
UFs Institute of Food and Agricultural Scienceshas located in Manatee County.. ,
received almost $100,000 from the federal government UF will provide off-the-shelf technology to growersto
to begin a five-year study aimed at reducing help cut back on water and nutrient usage, said "CROSES 9M;
pollution in Lake Manatee. Brian McNeal,IFAS soil scientist and principal investigator L512i !
The U.S Department of Agriculture is expected to for the Extension Service portion of the proj- J3z i
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Tony Polizos, district conservationist sions about which chemicals to [
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Service in Manatee County, Other demonstrations will Include
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The nitrates stimulate the growth of algae, which project during the final three years. LANTERNS BEAD
consume large quantities of oxygen and kill fish and Lake Manatee is a publicly owned lake that holds CURTAINS
other plant life in the lake, Polizos said. about 7.5 billion gallons of water,said Bruce Macloud, One of the Largest Selections of Poster Prints
Although the lake still meets federal standards for laboratory supervisor of the Manatee County Public
drinking water, the rapid increase of pollutants has Works Department. However, the lake's aesthetic
the federal government concerned, he said. quality has been threatened by the growth of blue :
The USDA has allocated $200,000 among UF and algae, which produces a foul odor.
other USDA organizations, such as the Agricultural Macloud said Manatee County has been using tiig Hours:
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NEIL CALLOWAlligator us for drug dependency deals with cocaine." i
The correct type of treatment will decrease the
cocaine epidemic, she said. I
Although researchers say cocaine use is declining "Public education of the enormous cocaine problemour I
l Sensuous Combination nationwide,local officials are baffled by the continually community has is one solution," she said. "We '
rising epidemic use in Gainesville. also need to help people believe they have hope and I'
There is no real reason why the epidemic is rising have more options to be successful."
$1ffij; Burger, Fries, & Drink here, said Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt Sadie Other officials believe the cocaine epidemic has :
OV r $1 Darnell. reached its peak or may even be decreasing. I
W/ad-Exp.9/17/90 00J "We don't!have any concrete: reasons for the rise in Cocaine is becoming harder to find, said Resident
numbers of cocaine users in Drug Enforcement Administration -
our area," Darnell said. The Agent Stanley Morrissey."We .
( te widespread availability and "The widespread availability have been cracking

632 W. Univ. soupsSalads.376.CAFE easy access are possible expla- and access are pos- down on busting large amounts
Sandwiches nations for the serious prob- easy moving within the state of FlorIda <
Imported & Domestic lem" sible explanations for the ," Morrissey said.
Across from U.F. <<(: Beer& Wine One possible reason for the Some officials believe new
in t large cocaine problem in serious problem. designer drugs, such as ice,
Gainesville is the accessibilityof will replace cocaine as the drugof
Lt. Sadie Darnell
s'Git1t B1lIlii.7 the drug said Karen Crapo, choice.Ice is the street name
executive director of the Cor- Gainesville policespokeswoman for the chemically formed drug2methyl
ner Drugstore Inc. aminorex."Ice .
. . "It is a lot easier for peoplein is present in Gaines-
11. Florida to obtain cocaine as ville," Darnell said. "I think it
opposed to other places in the United States" Crapo will become the popular drug among students because
STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCENow said. "About 75 percent of the country's cocaine goes they tend to experiment a lot with designer drugs."
through Florida." Other officials feel ice won't become as popular
The Corner Drugstore Inc. is a non-profit organization when people discover the side effects of the drug.
is the time to sign-up for the U.S. Guardian designed to deal with problems ranging from drug Morrissey said the effects of ice are similar to the
Health and Accident insurance plan. For students addiction to family problems. effects of the drug LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide).

continuing coverage from last semester, renewal From January through March 1990, the Narcoticsand "Ice use will diminish once people find out about
notices (including a new brochure and enrollment Crime Unit of the Gainesville Police Departmenthad the side effects," Morrissey said.
an 8 percent increase of cocaine-related arrests,
form) were mailed to your listed address. For new
compared to the same months last year. But Gainesville police don't expect a quick end to
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services for Pizza Hut."That's .
its mushroom-onion-and-pepper Supreme side the United States more than 20 years was not released.

combination.The ago and expects to operate restaurants in 68 The Moscow sites meet several key marketing
first Pizza Hut, scheduled to open countries by the end of 1990. factors, Pizza Hut officials said been a tough job because" there'sno
Sept. 12, will be on Gorky Street between And Pizza Hut's parent has a relationship high walk-by traffic,parking places for carry entrepreneurial base to build on, he said.

Red Square and a McDonald's that opened with Soviet trade officials dating to the out business and locations that would be

R in January with great fanfare. The second, Kruschev era,when a Pepsi exhibit was part popular with tourists, an important sourceof McClave said the agreement with Pizza
in the suburb of Krystal, will open a weekor of the American National Exhibition in Mos- hard currency. Hut would benefit Moscow in several ways.

two later. cow in 1959.Pepsi The stores will employ a total of 300
The most exciting part of this is we're became the first foreign consumer workers. The workers, currently being "We will lift the infrastructure to meet our
building the family restaurant and dining product sold in the Soviet Union in 1972. trained by Pizza Hut managers from the standards" and improve the movement of
experience," said Bill McClave, vice president PepsiCo that year garnered the exclusive United States, Canada and the United King- raw product to the table, he said.
of marketing for PepsiCo Food Service right to import and distribute Stolichnaya dom, were selected from 3,000 to 4,000
International, which operates Pizza Huts vodka in the United States.In applicants who answered ads run in two Other benefits for the city, he said, are
outside the United States. This doesn't April, PepsiCo signed a $3 billion-plus Party newspapers. that Pizza Hut will introduce employees to
exist in the USSR right now. It's stuff we reciprocal trade agreement with the Soviets Eventually, Soviet citizens will take over American-style management techniquesand
take for granted in America, because it's through the year 2000. on-site management at the two stores."I open up a new market segment the

been around for awhile." Under the agreement, PepsiCo will more think there's a major business opportunity family dining business.In .
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a casual restaurant," he said. "You the United States market. But pizza is a universal food. It has a very very large undeveloped market.


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United Press International ics of it. Names were distorted and atrocities against the Jews forced nervous tic, jiggle or stumble for topped with green. Hundreds of
they were treated like cattle." millions to flee westward. Povertyand an excuse to send you back. electric lights sparkled.
NEW YORK When Ellis The mechanics of it were basic. political upheavals spread to True? False? Who knew for Over the years, many reporters
[sland opened in 1892, the first For the first time in the history of Italy and other Eastern European sure? stood on the quay in front of the
(immigrant to step from ashore Ireland's was aISyearold the United States, the federal government countries. According to many accounts, by huge Main Building, with its or-
girl decided to step in and put And despite the high ideals em- the time immigrants had sufferedup nate Beaux-Art style architecture,
named Annie Moore.On .
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County restrictions on immigration, com- bodied in the then-recently dedi- to three weeks on a rolling ship and watched the families troopingoff
Nov. 12,1954,the last person plete with a classic ham-handed cated Statue of Liberty,many of the with the smell of vomit, dirty bod- the ferries.
(processed through the tiny island bureaucracy. "old" immigrants took a dim view ies and the screams of babies,they One recalled it as "a sea of
(almost in the shadow of the Statueof Before the 1880s, the vast, un- of the "new" immigrants. Pres- were nervous wrecks. straining Immigrant faces,beards,
( Liberty was a Norwegian sailor derpopulated country needed as sures built for tighter entry re- There are many vivid recollec- boots, long overcoats, a babel of
I named Ivan Pederson. many people as it could get to help quirements.In tions of watching at the rail as the languages and dialects, heavily
During the 62 years in between, stoke the Industrial Revolution and 1890, the federal governmenttook ship moved between Staten Island clad women in babuskas clutchingin
Ian incredible 12 million newcom- push on to the Pacific. over the immigration process.It and Brooklyn and into the Incredible one hand a saucer-eyed child
I ers came to Ellis Island looking for The first great wave of immigration chose Ellis Island, an old naval sights Upper New York Bay. and in the other a knotted I
I America. It was the largest migration began in the 1840s,when Irish arsenal just off the New Jersey On the left was Lady Liberty. bedsheet bulging with the posses-
I in human history.On famines and political turmoil in shoreline in New York Harbor,and "She stands up with her hand out sions of the first half of a life.
Sept. 9, President Bush will Germany and France sent millions began building the huge immigration side and everything. ...It's the free- Americans-to-be." 1-
I stand on a sparkling Ellis Island, streaming to the United States. facility. dom of the world," recalled a Amid the shouting, sweating of-
brought back from the dead, and They were joined by Scandina- Ellis Island was fueled by the Russian immigrant years later. ficials were interpreters trying to
dedicate the new National Museum vians, Belgians, Dutch, Scots and steamship. Every week, dozens of Straight ahead was Manhattan.All explain what came next.
of Immigration and the 27 Welsh, northwestern Europeanson them, their lower decks crammed those buildings..so tall..so Up the ramp and through those
acres surrounding it as a national the move.Immigration. with laborers, peasants, mechanics close. The ship stopped in the bayat big doors into the Main Building's
I shrine. was the business of artisans and adventurers, arrived a place called "quarantine." Bet baggage room. Yes, yes, your be-
The name alone conjures up state governments. By 1855, the in New York Harbor.To ter-heeled immigrants who could longings will be safe here. No,you
I countless memories. It has been flow of newcomers into New York get to America in steerage afford the $60 to $90 for first and must keep moving.Now,two lines,
estimated that 100 million Americans City had become so heavy the state class,you paid about$35.That got second-class fares moved on to single- file up the stairs.
can trace their families backto took over Castle Garden, a former you a cramped bunk,meals of pick- Manhattan for more refined pro- So it was true: the 60-second()
someone who passed through theater at the tip of Manhattan, to led beef and herring, bean soup cessing. medical. It took about a minute for
I Ellis Island. put order into the process and offer and potatoes.If you wanted to wash Steerage passengers with their the new arrivals to climb the stairsto
The trauma of the experience is nominal protection and counselingto yourself or your clothes, sea water bags and bundles and badly tied the Registry Room on the sec-
a legacy for many. Recalls New the new arrivals. was provided. boxes were loaded onto stumpy ond floor.
York Gov. Mario Cuomo of his Between 1855 and 1890, more It didn't take long after Ellis Island little steam ferries for the trip to As they climbed, medical In-
parents' arrival: than 8 million of the 12 million opened for stories to drift back the fabled Ellis Island. spectors hidden from view
"Mama said there was terror and immigrants entering the country across the Atlantic. There were First impressions: Was that a watched closely. Was he limping?
tears, sick people and crying. The came through Castle Garden.In tales of the"60-second() medical,"of castle? No,a palace-with domed Was she breathing heavily? Did
people who went through Ellis Island 1881, Czar Alexander II was sadistic, prejudiced officials who roof and red brick walls and cream see Ellis, page 46
were offended by the mechan- assassinated, and the ensuing watched your every expression stone trim. There are four towers



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ELLISfrom As the immigrants waited in line, could prove they weren't diseased, The steamship companies were than a portal for refugees.Ellis .
page 45 rumors filtered back: They aren't or feeble-minded and could sup- responsible for immigrants until Island was closed In 1954
admitting anyone who speaks Russian."SomebodyfromTurkeyjust- port themselves and knew where they were accepted into the coun- and put on the auction block as
that old lady look crazy? they were headed, they were free try. If they were rejected, the com- government surplus. President EI-
At the top, each person was told got sent back." to step through the final,longed-for pany had to take them back to the senhower saved it and its decaying
to walk around the inspector, who With eerie echoes of the multi- green door." original port. buildings in 1960 by taking it off
checked hair and face. lingual bedlam below floating For those detained, it could be And through all this a staff of the market.In
Those suspected were taken out down from its high arched ceiling, days and even weeks before a de- about 700 doctors, nurses, Inter-
of line and marked with chalk. An the room soon became known as cision was made, especially if there preters,matrons,clerks and others 1965, President Johnson of
"H" meant heart trouble. An "L" the "Hall of Tears." were an illness. worked up to 12 hours a day,seven placed the island under the care and
the National Park Service a
mean lameness. "E" was for eyes Pinned on each ..Immigrant'sclothing Whole families were detained days a week to keep it all moving to bring, it
campaign began
and possible trachoma, a highly was a tag with two num- until a member was cleared. They to straighten out misunder- long
back shrine to
contagious, incurable disease that bers on it. They indicated to the were housed in dormitory rooms standings and clear up misdiagnoses as a courage
led to blindness. "SC" stood for legal inspectors where the off an inside balcony ringing the to cure, comfort, counsel and opportunity.The
scalp condition, possible lice. A newcomer's name appeared on the Registry Room, each equippedwith get people on their way. spirit of those first, almost
circle with t a cross Inside meant ship's manifest sheet. narrow bunks four,high. Once cleared, most fledgling unrestricted years of entry will be
suspected insanity: automaticcause Next to the name were answersto Except for smaller children, im- Americans- 8 million of them- present at the new National Mu-
for deportation if proven. questions that had been askedin migrants were strictly separated by headed for Jersey City's huge rail- seum of Immigration.And .
Recalled one immigrant: "I will Europe by the steamship com- sexes, and many parents and chil- road terminal just a few hundred
always remember the hud- pany. The inspectors asked them dren remembered nights filled yards across the water. somewhere amid the exhibits -
and documents will be the fer-
dledfrightened people, the terrorof again. with frightened cries and reassur- From there, they departed for
being shipped back I remember They were simple questions: ing shouts shuttling back and forth farms, mills, big cities and just vent words of Russian emigre Mary
sitting on those wooden benches name, where born, where coming across the wide hall. about every small town with a train Antin, a dedicated supporter of an
with my mother saying, 'Don't act from,where going to?Do you have In all the years Ellis Island was track running through It. Another America with an open door, who
funny. Don't say anything foolish." relatives in this country? Do you open, about 20 percent of its Immigrants 4 million caught the ferry to New campaigned drive to futilely restrict against immigration.She a growing .
Next came the questions from have any money?Are you an anar- were detained for medicalor York, where almost half stayed.
in 1914
the legal inspectors. They stood chist? A polygamist? Do you havea legal reasons. Only about The great migration slowed to a wrote :
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United Press International women and minorities. a protest. I felt so strongly about the hate servative publications on campuses aroundthe
The GLSU is an organization on the FSU they were putting in their hate rag that I got country, including UF.
TALLAHASSEE It's hard enough get- campus that is desiring to further abnormal up on the table and expressed my feelingsin Membership in the network includes access
ting a newspaper off the ground without behavior," The Perspective said in "
one edito- an obnoxious way. to a toll-free line for technical and
having your editorial meetings broken up rial. "And if something as un-Christian as The Perspective saw the outburst as one editorial advice, grants and internships at
by political foes. the GLSU is being supported by the admin- more example of what it called "liberal In- publications and think tanks such as the
On the other hand, it certainly helps to istration of FSU, what will be next?" tolerance" aimed at crushing free speech National Review and the American Enter
have wealthy and influential supporters, But what really angered campus leftistswas and academic freedom.On prise Institute.
says the editor of a new conservative publi- a mock advertisement for a"Free Sen- July 2, the Florida Flambeau an The Perspective is also closely aligned with
cation at Florida State University.Not sitivity Workshop"promising to teach white independent publication that was once the Institute for Conservative Studies, a
withstanding recent setbacks that males how to learn to stop hating"homeless funded by the university and still maintainsits student group funded by FSU student gov
forced The Independent Perspective to cancelits black lesbians, gay white males, hungry close association with FSU reportedthat ernment.Ericson recently resigned as direct
July 27 issue,editor Chris Ericson insistshis immigrants, liberals, AIDS-infected bisexu- The Perspective was being produced in tor of the ICS,effective in August, saying he
paper will succeed where similar conser- als" and others, such as "animal rights ter- the computer room of the FSU student wanted to spend more time on his studies
vative publications at FSU have failed. rorists and oppressed environmentalists for union. Administrators ordered Ericson to and at the newspaper
"We've got the student support," said the reform of crack laws." find other facilities. Ericson had been publishing the newspa-
Ericson, who is an FSU international rela- The parody inspired a delegation of 20 Ericson was forced to cancel the July 27 per out of the ICS office in the student union,
tions senior. angry campus leftists to crash the edition of his paper. He said he does not but will have to find a new location. "'
The Perspective first appeared April 9, Perspective's June 14 news meeting,where have the $6,000 that he estimates is neces- Advertising sales constitute only about a
proclaiming its commitment to "democratic they expressed their outrage to the sary to purchase a computer.As third of the newspaper's revenues, Ericson
capitalism and traditional values" and de- newspaper's staff. for the Flambeau story, Ericson saidit said. The remainder comes from subscrip-
nouncing what it called a "unique hostility By all accounts, Ericson heard them out a thinly veiled attack on his publication by tions and donations by private benefactors,
toward our own economic system inherentin and then asked them to leave. It was at that the competition."It's whom he hopes can help him acquire a
the Tallahassee press and FSU's vocal point that Chris Booker, a 20yearold cam- not in their best interest to see an computer.
and often publicized liberal minority." pus liberal, leaped on the office work table independent student publication existing," Ericson said there is substantial resent-
The newspaper is published by students, and began kicking around papers,cans and Ericson said. ment among the student body at a "deeply
Ericson said. Four editions have appeared notebooks and shouting at the startled staff. The Perspective is not without its allies. It entrenched" liberal establishment that he
since then, featuring stories attacking the Booker, who was arrested by university lists among its advisers a number of prom- said is now attempting to further push its
formation of a gay fraternity, student fee police and charged with disorderly conduct, inent local business people and academi- opinions at students through new course
support for the Gay and Lesbian Student defends his behavior."It cians. It also is a member of the Collegiate requirements in minority and nonEuropeanstudies.
Union and Affirmative Action in hiring wasn't censorship,"he said. "It was just Network, a loose-knit union of similar con- .

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Auburn, Alabama, Tennessee are conference favorites DISPOSABLE CONTACTS

be Mississippi, 84 in 1889 and for 1,236 yards as a freshman, has
I United Press InternationalThe Louisiana State, coming off a been academically reinstated.The $
only difference between the 4-7 season. LSU will be without unit should match last year's 30- 3.25/1
1989 and 1990 Southeastern Conference all-SEC quarterback Tommy Hod- points-per-game pace if junior
I football races appears to son for the first time since 1985 quarterback Andy Kelly picks up
be the dates.Tennessee. and word is that fourth-year coach where he left off last season with 85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam
Auburn and Ala- Mike Archer is in jeopardy of los- outstanding performances at LSU, ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL
bama in 1989 caused the first ing his job. Kentucky and the Cotton Bowl.
three-way tie for the title in the "I like Mike,but he needs to win
Auburn must replace Millhopper
I league's 57-year history and those this season,"LSU Athletic Director quarter
back Reggie Slack but returns all
I three share the role as favorites Joe Dean said of Archer,who went
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guard Ed King and defensive
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ing sophomore Chuck Webb, a season in 12 years at 6-6 and the
preseason Heisman Trophy favor- loss of Hampton and some of the
best defensive performers leaves "We ought to be In'the hunt for
ite.Webb should be the SECs top second-year Coach Ray Goff witha the conference championship," 20%
running back now that Florida's tough rebuilding chore. Neither Auburn Coach Pat Dye said.'"All
Emmitt Smith and Georgia's Rod- Mississippi State nor Vanderbiltcan we ever ask for is a chance. But MM=
ney Hampton have turned pro. be considered serious con- the front-runner from the begin
tenders. ning has to be Tennessee. They <=
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Hall of Fame Bowl, has 15 return- ons were 6-1 in SEC play,Tennessee should be a fun year at least an
ing starters. And No. 17 Alabama, beat Auburn 21-14 in interesting one, for the" fans who
10-2 after losing to national cham- Knoxville,Tenn.,then lost 47-30 in follow Auburn football.
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199 373-1384 Nationwide! the horizon,Georgia could have its
"We feel good about both our
worst back-to-back seasons since
quarterbacks, Goff "But
the early '60s. says.
they don't do the same things
When Vince full-
Dooley now
equally as well. Last year, both
time athletic director, retired from offensive I
were inexperienced, our
coaching after the 1988 season,he team was, and it showed at times.
left behind a quarter of a centuryof be better this I
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a Bulldogs "glory," including a
year. We'd like to play one, but
national championship ((1980)) and neither has stood out head and I

six Southeastern Conference shoulders above the other,so we'll
championships. Even his last two "
probably use both.
seasons, when he won neither na-
tional nor conference titles, Georgia With Hampton gone,the top re-
The To Get was 9-3 and bowl winners. turning runner is junior Larry
Way Last season, the first for Ray Ware, who gained only 207 yards

Goff, the Bulldogs were 6-6 after last season. Ware and returning
losing to Syracuse in the Peach starting fullback Brian Cleveland
Involved At UF Bowl. should be the starters against LSUin I

"We weren't satisfied with being Georgia's Sept. 8 opener. But
also look for freshman Garrison
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outstanding running backs who the nation after rushing for 2,097
health care needs to the Student Health turned pro a year early-tailback yards and scoring 36 touchdowns I
for Lincoln County (Ga.) High. "I
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tailback Rodney,Hampton went to about the other guys, but I think I II'll
programs that will help you gain the NFL \ start this year."

experience in Public Relations, Marketing, The Bulldogs certainly had a Georgia certainly has more overall I
balanced offense last fall.They ran experience than last year Tht
Administration, Graphic Design, and all the football 268 times and passedit Bulldogs\ have 16 starters, equally
268 times. But the loss of Hampton divided between offense and de-
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storms named Veronica,just for the sake of running. country's top long-distance recruit a year ago,Joined "We' Jam"
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IF DRUG TESTS ARE GOOD ENOUGH FOR USAREN'T pool deck at the O'Connell Center. a trip. Arnsparger denied the alle-
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THEY GOOD On Jan. 11, head coach Randy
ENOUGH FOR CONGRESS? Reese announced publicly if it was true. UF seemed to be no big deal.

LET YOUR OPINION BE KNOWNTo of the blue that, after completely the season out No one knows exactly what After Tracy Caulkins,arguably the
caused Reese to leave UF. But best female swimmer in
receive the above bumper sticker send#3.00 to: was over, he would quit as history,
CONSTITUTIONAL whatever the reason the swim graduated, it just wasn't the same.
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had year's SEC Swimmerof basically because no one knows
the Year, departed what is
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letes that came to UF old Nicole Haislett from St. Peters-
r and the little
1007 West University Avenue press grumbled over to work with Reese will spend the burg won the 100-meter() freestylein
this change. After all, he was still
Gainesville, Florida 32601awartntu year with two new coaches. Mitch July at the Goodwill Games.
going to be there, right?
((9134))3724Ms.L Ivey was brought in from a club in Perhaps she will be UPs newest
Wrong.On Canada to coach the women, and TracY Caulkins. The Gators could
April 25, Reese made another Skip Foster was use that kind of stabil-

a for personal AiU. little announcement: he was bumped up from assistant ity this season.
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paperwork and other things that things. For years, swimmers might pack
Cooperative Family Games and Wooden Toys didn't have a lot to do with coach swimming at UF was their bags. Potential

dull, dull, dull. yjYa recruits will sign with
Recycled stationery and greeting cards ing.But The Orlando Sentinel reported Until last April. if m. -- Texas and I Stanford: .

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71 Do not boo or hurl objects on the court if Heidi VISIT
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are learning while watching it." which should limit the playing time she sees in the 19JJ.
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page !"We're going to have a 23S-pound re-
hurt them anyway. They're drunk, right? missed more than half of 1989 with a ceiver catching passes I'm looking
Chapter eight or Whose idea was it to let the band dislocated left elbow, is pushing McC- forward to it," McNabb said. "I haven't
Whatis perform at halftime?: Let's face it, there are only so lendon for the starting tailback position. started since high school, we've got the
many formations a group of 100 people can make on a "This spring it was kind of hard for me upcoming season and I've got the numberone
name? football field over a 50-year( span. Keep the band off the because I was trying to learn the new spot. I'm hungry."
your field and replace them with those Bud Light guys who offense," Rhett said. "Learning to adjustto
do all those flips and dunk basketballs. Lon Kruger will the new coaches was difficult. I'm not
Whatis supply the nets. nervous now. My confidence is so much The player who may benefit the most

Chapter nine or The only reason that fans count higher... I think I have a good chance to from the new offense is Chuck
your quest? out the pushups the cheerleaders do is because they be starting by the time the season begins." Wabbersen, a senior walk-on who earneda
like to torture them: Male cheerleaders got to go.The Like McClendon, Rhett also is a fan of spring.
will action
likely see during passing
Whatis only way to accomplish this is to count higher than the the new offense Both backs are vying to situations and on special teams.
actual point total .so their arms will eventually fall off. replace Emmitt Smith as the Gators'
the best way to tell They'll almost assuredly quit after that. starter. "It's explosive," Rhett said.
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HUEYfrom what he did last year, just some football, some of his teammates field,although there have been two the attention he's been getting. At
page 70 minor adjustments." wonder just how much fun he's instances in his career where he UF's annual Media Day, Richardson -
Richardson could care less having. has been involved in an off-field did his best to handle more

tion he manned last season. where he's playing,just as long as "Actually, he's kind of crazy out altercation one of which re- Interviews and more photographsthan
"Huey's put on 14 pounds since he is playing. there," said linebacker Jerry sulted in a stab wound to his abdomen any other person on the field.
spring practice," said defensive coordinator Odom. "He gets out on a tangentand and the other a twogame
But it was obvious that he would
Jim Bates."He'll be a big "There's nothing I like more sometimes I have trouble get- suspension last season. have rather been somewhere else.
force. With the added weight, he than playing football," Richardsonsaid. ting him back in the huddle. It Richardson is passive, church-
will assuredly be more physical. "The game has always been doesn't look like he's having fun." going, and an excellent student,
The position he's playing in our fun for me." The reckless abandon Richardson carrying at least a 3.0 grade point "If never been a big deal for
defense isn't much different than Despite his claim that nothing has on the field isn't the same average the past three years at UF. me to get attention," Richardsonsaid.
could be more fun than playing way he approaches his life off the This may explain his shyness to "I'd rather be left alone."

RECEIVERfrom this year."" die the pressure of catching the ball and action in just nine plays last year as a fresh-
70 Kirkpatrick, who stands to double his taking hits," Dixon said. "Any receivers man after redshirting 1988. The 5-foot-,
page career total of 27 receptions this season,isn't coach in the world would like to get this 165-pounder was a Parade All-American out
about to quibble with Reaves."I kind of talent. of Washington, D.C., after accumulating
hurt. wouldn't mind getting all those balls," Mills, a reformed defensive back from nearly 2,000 yards in receptions and returnsat
"We know we're going" to see a lot more Kirkpatrick said. "Spurrier's offense takes Dunnellon High, is possibly the most tal- Ballou High.
passes coming our way. what the defense gives it.What a cliche,butit ented UF receiver.The senior jumping jack
Kirkpatrick, a 6-foot-2, 227-pound senior fits, and the tight ends run easy patterns.I led all receivers last year with 19 catchesfor With the attention that follows such a focal
from Valrico who Spurrier calls "the finest I wouldn't mind some more passes." 404 yards and three touchdowns, coupling point on one of the country's highest profiled
receiving tight end I've ever coached,"could The group speed of Mills, Barber and 4.38 speed with a 39-inch vertical leap. teams, couldn't the foursome use a catchy
see balls! in his sleep by the end of the Everett could give SEC defensive backs Dixon calls Barber's hands "phenomenal. monikor, a la Florida State's Fab Four of
LaSane Lawrence Terry Anthony
Bruce Dawsey,
season. nightmares. Although the largest of UPs .""The 5foot9,184pound senior hauledin
and Ronald Lewis?
"The tight end is a major. part of our starting trio of wideouts,Mills,stands 5-foot- 14 receptions for 268 yards last year,
offense,"tight ends coach John Reaves said. 11, 180 pounds, first-year receivers coach averaging 19.1 yards per catch, including a
"Kirk has tremendous hands and 4.5 ((40- Dwayne Dixon won't lose any sleep over the 43-yarder against Louisiana Tech. "I'm not sure we're ready for that yet,"
yard dash) speed, and he's made it easy for unit's lack of size. Everett, one of the fastest players on the Barber said. "Those guys were overrated
me as a coach. He'll catch around 50 balls "In the spring they proved they can han- roster with a 4.3 clocking over 40 yards, saw anyway."

FAINfrom American Bowl, when he re-sepa to miss the 1990 spring practice, as a favorite for the Thorpe Award, UF defensive coordinator and
page 70 rated the shoulder. leaving the senior from Fort Pierce given to the country's outstanding secondary coach Jim Bates is more
The injury dogged the 6-foot, unsure what effect a solid shot will defensive back. interested in how Fain recovers
joint,ending Fain's career day,and 201-pounder throughout 1989, a have on the recuperating joint. When he wasn't working to re- from the off-season surgery. Fain
has never been the same since. year which Fain had been billed in To be honest with you,I'm kind gain his 4.37 speed, Fain spent part should be at full strength this sea
the preseason as one of the of nervous about that first hit,"Fain of the summer taking the advice ofa son, Bates said, a scary prospect
"It's to sweet
strange like a country's top two corners by The said. "I don't know what to expect former Thorpe winner, boyhood for the rest of the SEC.
like that end it did Fain
game Sporting News.. when I take on a running back for friend and ex-Florida State All-
said. "After the game I was in the Despite being hampered duringhis the first time." American Deion Sanders. "He's an anchor on our defense,
training room, and when I came "
there's no question about that,
out, everybody was gone. All the junior year,Fain picked off four Most preseason publicationsseem "We spent about 10 days together Bates said. "I've coached five de-
passes and picked up his share of convinced Fain will about different
recover talking
fans, reporters, everybody.
fensive backs now in the NFL,
... post-season accolades, including from the January surgery in timeto things," Fain said. "He gave me
talent than all
got more
Not hero's welcome.But second-team All-American and take backs like how
exactly a on sweeping running some pointers, they of them."
it didn't stop Fain from playing first-team SEC honors. and streaking receivers. Fain, a bump-and-run in the NFL, how
through the pain until the All Off-season surgery forced Fain preseason All-American, is touted they recover."

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started between 1988-89, the Gators were
123. He was listed as the starter in the By SHARON GINN Sophomore quarterback Brian Fox of special attention on campus, and he has
beginning of both seasons, starting the first Alligator Writer agrees "You're like anybody else. You never heard negative feedback when things
six games of each. might have a little bit more responsibility have gone wrong.
Everyone knows your name, your most but I don't look at it as being the most Even after he was suspended mid-season
Morris' only fault with his new coach wasa recent personal statistics life. But and what's the details of your important guy." last year for gambling in violation of NCAA
poor performance in UFs Orange & Blue the center of attention it really like to be John Reaves, a 1971 first-team All-Amer- rules, Morris said people didn't make many
on a football team?
game last April. lean who led UFfrom 1969-1971, thinks too comments to him about It.
The job of starting quarterback carries much attention is focused on the "My girlfriend's family and my family hada
The spring game is so important becausewe with it a special kind of pressure. Whoever quarterback's performance."The few arguments with people in the stands,
put our game uniforms on; they put fills it knows coaches, fans and teammateswill old adage is that quarterbacks get but that was it," he said. "I know people
people up in the stands," SpurVier said. be counting on him to make the right too much credit when you win and too much were saying things about me, but no one
There's nothing like actual game condi decisions. blame when you lose,"said Reaves, who is ever said anything negative to my face."
tions. These expectations aren't always fair. A now UF's tight end coach. Morris said when he goes out, he's not
few of UF's past and present star quarter- Head Coach Steve Spurrier who won treated differently by the students. But the
backs say that without considerable help UF's lone Heisman Trophy as a quarter- girls who know who he is don't chase him,
from the rest of the team, the quarterbackcould back in 1966, said he didn't think of himselfas because most already know he's engaged.
Matthews has improvedmore not be successful. the star of the team, but a lot of the fans
Reaves said being the starting quarter-
"The quarterback really doesn't play well did."We back does additional but
than any other Ga- unless the whole team plays well," said won a lot of games where our de- even those carry that enjoy being treated pressure as the
tors quarterback."And Kerwin Bell,who played for the Gators from fense played extremely well,"Spurrier said. star have to come down to earth eventually.
1984-1987 and is now a graduate assistant "But if I threw one or two touchdown
with the team. There are a lot of areas that passes, I'd usually get the headlines when "Sometimes the quarterbacks can get too
Kyle did have a disappointing day. you really can't recognize on the football probably the defense won the game for us." much attention and lose (their) sense of
His concentration was not near as good as field that help the quarterback out, and Kyle Morris, who has started for the reality," Reaves said. "But if they have a
it needs to be for us to beat the good teamson that's line protection, people running the Gators at quarterback on and off for the chance to go on to the pros or out into the
our schedule." right routes and doing the right things." past two seasons, said he doesn't get a lot real world, they grow up fast."

Matthews, however had a great day. He
completed nine of 15 passes for 146 yards
and three touchdowns. None were pickedoff.
.That performance vaulted him to an even
listing with Morris entering fall practices.

"Shane improved more than any of the V
other quarterbacks this spring," Spurriersaid. .
"He started out fifth string and slowly a
worked his way up the ladder."


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him a certain advantage,but he believes the
spring game showcased his abilities.

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J When will your ad run? Check your ad the FIRST day it runs I Roommate Wanted nF 230/mo 1/2 Northgate. Price lower than mail-order *FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE
bills. Own Bdr/Ba Rockwood Villas 371- 40mb Call 372.3338 338.0004 after 7
Call 373.FIND with any corrections be. Systems below include 1mb ((28ms) day pm.
3116. 8-31-5-5 Harddisk graphics monitor. MC 286/12 9-24-20-6
Classifieds will begin TWO $1195 MC 386SX $1370, Northgate
DAYS after Needed m/f s or hits for a large 2 bd apt 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge laptop w/40 Queen size, WATERBED. custom frame,
they are placed.
close to UF/SFCC $150/mo + util for own MB hd ft battery $2395. 1 & 2 year war mirrored headboard, extras $300. 332-
Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. room, pets OK Call Roger 338-1881 leave ranties. Onsite warranties Panasonic 3418. 8-31-5-6

Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after message. 6-27-1-5 1180 printer $185 HP Laser Jet lip .
placing the ad. Changes called in after $1049. 3743 W. University Ave. 12-14- Must SELL two king size canopy
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated Roommate for 1 bedroom In 2 bedroom 76-6 waterbeds. Price Negotiable. Call 374-

may run for any length of time townhouse, close to UF ft Shands, quiet 6818. 8-31-5-6
and be cancelled at time. Customer error or changes: secluded, $162.50 per mo. + deposit. Crlmeatopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar
any Corrections must be made in person at Call 336-9448 Leave message. Detectors, Infinity, Siniul, Sony, One-way airline ticket from Tampa to Buf
Sorry but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo.We falo. Good only 8/31. $100 I or best offer.
for cancelled ads. There will be s $2.00 correction fee. N/S/ F needed for Aug-Dec or for lull yr Beat All Prices 3713754.: 12-14-76- Call 395-5291 or 3710577. 8-29-3-6
$220/mo 1/2 mil. call Laura at 332- 8
0743. 8-31-5-5 PC Cannon copier like new $600.00, triple
Nice clean modern furniture and antiquesall dresser & mirror $120.00, stereo cabinet
Casablanca East M n/s own bedroom, at reasonable prices Come take a & speakers $300.00, copier stand w/ storage
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. share bath $200/mo + 1/2 utilities. Call look. THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 511 SW $100.00 3773399. 8-27-1-6

336-6474. 8-31-5-5 4th Ave. 372-6577 M/C VISA -AMEX.
1 FURNISHED Check Our New Specials'All 0-17-15-6 FURN SALE: Contemporary couch set
Amenities Available Prof. student to live w/2 vet students. 2.5 $195. Glass ktchn tbl $35, GE dorm fridge
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED mi. to Shands. W/D/ own bath. Pets? 3.6cult $130 000. Call 335.08011. 8-31-
Large 1 bdr apt In country, 20 min. Irom Roommates Available leav.me..ag. 5-6
l60/mo. 1/3 ut. call 375.3118
+ .
campus $350/couple. $300/slngle. Incl. We're No.1REGENCY .. 8-31-5-5 1 targe 1 small REASONABLE 377 0615.

utlI/phone. N/S only no petschildren.Sec OAKS 0-17-15-6 *Complete twin bed $60 gas grill $25

dep. req. 3761276. 6-31-5-1 378-5766 *ROCKWOOD VILLAS M/F, N/S typewriter $60, ft b/w TV $30. All prices
3230 SW Archer Road needed for own room In 3br/2ba, No pets. $$SAVE$$? DECORATING? obo. Call 332,8185 Iv message. 8-29-3-
BRANDYWINE 2 bdr/2 ba condo rental COUNTRY GARDENS Rent Negotiable! Jennifer 335-4544. 9- Posters prints & limited editions. Well
(unit or roommate), turn for 4, new carpets 373-4500 5-7-5 below retail prices. We have everything.Call Sleeper sole w/2 chairs, 2 endtables, 2
4 paint 500mo. Call Kathy 3723894. 2001 SW 16th Street 3360490. 6-27-1-6 lamps, coffee table & foyer table $250
8315.1 12-14-76-2 Female n/s wanted to share 2 bdr/2 ba apt for all. Kitchen table w/4 chairs $40 335-
In SPYGLASS. Wanted Immediately.Call Wordstar 5, Queen panel bed, night table 5650. 8-29-36

FOR RENT: Under the trees, for duplex/house 1 1/2. 3355591. 8315.5 bookcases, lamps, kitchen table/chairs/ ,
coffee/end tables, desk/chair, airbeds.;
mil S. UF SW 13 St. for serious or professional FURNITURE SALE
2 UNFURNISHED person $235/mo yr lease or 250/mo Female Roommate Wanted furnished 2- 3787204. 6-27-1-6 Matching sofa & chair sleeper sofa foldout -
micro chair & sleeper' and more Call 378-
9 mo, 376-6163. 83152FREE bedroom house washer, dryer
Walk TV, $170 monthly, near Shands FUTON & FRAME 1795. 6-29-36
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1260, From only $200set.Call .
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. call 371.8119. 62935COUNTRYSIDE
3733127.. 9-17-15-6
BED. SINGLE. Wood frame, single mattress
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. -
$100 I Includes sheets and
Santa Fe Trace ... *** liner no
3781190. 12.1478.2
Apts. -
Rental Finding ServiceAll 38R 2BA on quiet lot fenced yard ceiling DESKS (all sizes), Computer furniture delivery. Dennis 372-2857. 8315.8
tans washer/dryer $200 plus 1/2 util., n/., Bookcases. File cabinets Chairs (all
and can
Info, floorplans more. lowest ****AIR CONDITIONER***
332-6531. 8.29..5FEMALES styles) & more In stock at guarnateed -
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA to live, FAST.
qul.tWlSherdry.r you find that perfect place
BTUs fits
prices. THE OFFICE MART 690 NE 12.000 that & cools Cory/Dia/
available In units for
$20 mo. Cats most Gator Rental Finders to share home w/ 2 rooms to 23 Ave. 373-7516. 0-10-17-6 mond Village Apartment under warranty
Allowed. 1B-2B 1 ft 2 Bath
UF Plaza 336-0349. rent 1 w/private bath. 1 block to cam 377-9615
$250-$375. sec & Imr. 372-6422. 12.14-
76-2 8-27-1-2 pus/sororities. Security system, ac, w/d,. IBM Sal II, excellent cond $70. IBM Sol II
parking 375-4532. .6-31-5-5 corrector excellent cond $210. Type King size WATERBED with all accessories -
Duplex 2 bedroom 1 bath. Stove refrlg your own papers and save money. 462- comes with 12 dresser drawers.
INCREDIBLE dishwasher garbage dlsp. 'AC laundry TREEHOUSE VILLAGE 4064. 8-31-5-6 Best offer. 3772440. 8-28-1-6
Efficiency Apt room. Near new, fairly close to campus Roommates Available
Starting; at $118 395. 462-4964. 8-31-5-2 Reserve room for fall. Gray DOOR STORE Hide-a-bed sofa,
Starting at $2J8 / 2 Bedroom Oak-finished entertainment center
condition $80. 332-7464 leave
SFCC. great
UF and
Bus service to 8-29-
MEADOWCRE3THONWSOthAve house 1 block from campus student desk $10. Call. 9.4S6Sofaloveseat
2 BR 1 turn or unfurn. $175-$250 per room message.
385.00 month 1814 N.W. 1 let Ave. 375- mate/month. 2-6 _____
378-3088 3985. 8-29-3-2 MZ Prop.. Mgmt. Inc. Realtor 375.0207 set. Pastel colors good
378-1861 1990 GOLD MEDAL WINNER
condition $300. Glass ft brass cocktail
' 12-14-76-2 2 weeks FREE RENT 2 bdr$339 4 blocks 014145HUNDREDS Our DIXIE GRAPES, for juice. Six other and side table set $100. Call Linda 3950094 -

north of UF, water paid, central air, 421 kind for eating Jelly or WINE. On 10 (wI) or 336-7424 (eve). 8-31-4-6
SPACIOUSONE NW 15 Street 871-7777. 8-31-5-2 acres, quantity discounts. Crevasse's
BEDROOM APT.ONIYI273MO. of roommates at your fingertips. We can Vineyard mi. N. on Archer on US 41,
2 weeks FREE RENT Huge 2 bdr/2 ba help you find that Ideal roommate FAST. follow large signs, open 9.8 pm, 495-2426 Classifieds. .
LYONS APT 1000 feet. Bel Air Apartments Gator Rental Finders OF) Plaza e) 338- ev... 9-7-0-6
$369. sq .. .. .. .. rpnlltu; ( d.4R([)41lR _
37-4.7771k.S.31.SZ .r 9' .. .. .' ....77'717 etH7.. .. Wes evu 9,000 J.MONDAY
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ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering:: BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS HOUSEHOLD PESTS? Roaches, fleas, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ************************
ants, etc. Special price for students
Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, CLERK
Advanced Pest Con-
Crunch Haller Meivse alarm 125 NW 23 through September Now accepting applications for a classified
1233 NW 10th Ave. trol. 372-2650 9-10-10-11 O'Connsll Canter Ss
Ave 371-4378 12-14-766 clerk at the Independent Florida Alligator v

MC/VISA/lnsurance 372-1664 *.****.ON THE GO??******* Some office skills/exp./ math =a Now Hiring 3
Computer System Zenith AT style 640K Never Fret! Never miss a call.eeeeeeoB ability, dependable and willing to work ....n''U\ .1... .
RAM, 20m HO. math coprocessor, UPS, Free Pregnancy Test .ep Mereeeeoeo* with heavy public contact. Hours: M 9:30: AConcertsAGator Growl Sports*

color monitor, Brother Twinwrlter printer Member Enterllnk 374-6700. .2; T. Th 9:30.: 12:30: ; W. F 9.305.: Must Applications being taken by Event and
National Abortion Federation
wI sheet feeder, $1000. Call 332-0129. be able to work Fall and Spring. Apply In Technical Servleee. To gain valuable experience .
8.31-5-6 person at: 1105 W University Ave. (No at a Job with flexible hours, apply

TYPING phone calls please) Students at University TODAY! at Room 1302 of the O'Connell
7 REAL ESTATE ** GATOR MOVING ** of Florida or Santa Fe Community Center.

Full/Serv Mov/Storege/Packlng/ 1. 12 SERVICES College only need apply. AA/EOE./ 8-31- *********...***********.

GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dls 5.13 ************************

). Delinquent tax properly. Raposeeaelone. Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12147611SLEEPY Typing reports business legal' Student needed M-F
805-687-6000 resumes cassettes transcribed applications Accounting part-time Easy work! Excellent pay! Assemble
Your tree ((1))
list. 9- HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons letters notary *etc. Available In Bookkeeping Dept. of the IndependentFlorida products at home. C.nlor Information
Ext. GH-9480 for current repo
boarding woodier facilities A 24 hours/7 days3722777./ 12-14-76- Alligator. Duties Include general 504-841-8003 .xt. 3115. 8-27-1-13
hay rides parties sales working 12 office work and working with accounts receivable.
Flexible hours. Have fun while
EXECUTIVE LAKEFRONT DREAM- students accepted. 468.3224, 375-8080. INTELLIGENCE JOBS
12-14-76-11 MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0339. Full gaining valuable experience. Apply In person
HOUSE FBI CIA, US Customs DEA etc. Now
at 1105 W. University Ave. NO
& self service computing.Typing starts @
MaKe dreams come" true In this 3 yrs Call
your Hiring. ((1)805-687-6000) Ext. K-
PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Minorities are
Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms. 1.50/pg Resumes SB Self service
new, quality-built, customed designedhome 9486. 9-5-8-13
ol Stall and pasture avail) 7 & 1/2 miles N or resumes $2.50/hr .15/page. Laser encouraged to apply. AA/EOE.
surrounded by the splendors
Highway Patrol 462-S127, 462-4311. 8- typeset graphics spell check theses 8-31-5-13
Mother Nature. Feast your eyes on pan Spring Breakers, Lingerie models neededfor
20.22.11 papers special characters employment
oramic view ol glorious sunsets over lake AVON 375-8967 calendars and posters. No exp. nec
databases mallmerge training.WordPerfect *
from glassed wall grt. room or multi-lev Visa/MC./ 12-14- Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. essary. Send photo wphone number to
cited decks. Canadian pins vaulted ceil- *SUNBELT MOVING* 79-12 specialist. Benefits Insurance. 12-14-76-13 Star, PO Box 310683, Tampa FL 33680.

I Ing. Loaded wextras./ B..utllul.11 roc Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. 8-27-1-13

lake w/ sand bottom & crystal clear water. 1. ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist.LieIns. INTELLIGENCE JOBS
Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality dependable
2BR. 2BA DR study BR or entertainmentctre / Priced for Students) Marty 375- service. Reasonable rates. Laser FBI, CIA, US Customs DEA, etc. Now Phone survey work, part time flexible eve
utll. rm. 23 ml. E of Gainesville. & wkd hrs, bonuses. Callor
MOVE. 12-14-76-11 hourly wage +
Ext. K-
printer. 377-8175 til 00pm.. 12-14-76- Hiring. Call ((1)805) 687-6000
$160,000 and/or/ extra 'lot $31,000.1-737-
12 9486. 9211913FRESHMENHEALTH stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave.
2923 between 8:00: am 8:00: p.m. 8-27- HORSE BOARD Gresthouse Farm & 372-4026. 8-27-1-13

1-7 Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In ft
car / MAJORS Live-in
facilities. 15 min from UFI Jan 376-7762. attendant needed. C.IILI..t 378-7474 Assistant for 5 yr. old child with a disability .
Take over payments, no equity required. 9-14-14-11 Complete. writing & development ser who will be attending regular kinderarten. .
Condo 2 bdr/2 ba. Let It pay for college. vices. Resume House 3718148. 12-14- M-F. 85. 8-30-4-13 Classroom experience preferred

Oaks Mall area, lolt-styl study area, *CADRC* 76-12 ?, TH. 8.30: 1:00 Call 375-8946. 8-27-1.
wash/dry/ porch. Call 4078629522. 8- Campus Alcohol and Drug Resource Center. CWSP Position 13
31.5.7 124 Tigert Hall Information Brochures Typing/Wordprocesslng./ WordPerfect Telephone Survey $00/hr/ evening hrs
5.1, quality work fast results, low rates,
call Raymond/Vasu/ 3920171. 831513Marketing
Pamphlets Posters Films ASSEMBLERS: Excellent Income to assemble
dependable, personal service. Tara 332-
8 MOTORCYCLES 392-1261 1469. 12-14-76-12 positions .vallabla-part.tlm. products from your home 504-
646-1700 DEPT. P8074.
Super-Rap) Gainesville's own RAP song) evenings-excellent Income + high fun
81 YAMAHA MAXIM Low miles, extras, Typing A A Typsetting ** Resumes potential) Call Mr. Altman for interviewand
miss your chance to hear III Cherry
FREE meal with shift good on Campus
helmet, cover. EXCELLENT CONDITION From $1.50 pg .1117 NW 13 St. Start today! 338.3121 8-29-3-13 pay
Music Productions ((904)373.7755) alter 5
$800 OBO 371-8371 or 3750172. 8-29- WCS Inc. 373-9822 your schedule, Galor Dining. 160
8-27-1-11, ,
p.m. Reitz Union or Broward Foodservice Of
38 12.t 4.78.12 INTELLIGENCE JOBS. CIA, US
fice. First come, first serve. 8-29-3-13
Want that special' dress but can't afford Itand Customs, DEA etc. Now Hiring. Call
*MOPEDI TOMAS GOLDEN BULLETnew Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality print. ((1)805-687-6000) ext. K-9486. 9-21-19-
Mom not here to sew it-Let me sew University! ol Florida Foundation
at x-mas, jet black w// gold trim! 313
that dream dress from your Ideas or my Ing, dependable, personal service. Call Taking applications' telephone commu.
miles $600 obo 472.2550 after 6 pm. 9- 372-4757.
373-1334. 8-31-5- Margaret,
original dllign.L.ur.
nicators. Must have excellent telephoneskills
4-6-8 Chemistry Lab dishwasher, part-time,
Lakefront Church of Christ welcomes students Experienced, Fast, Accurate, flexible, hours, apply in person Aug 30, and be enthusiastic. Must work 3
__ Kawasaki GPZSSO 1985 Like New 10000 nights/week, 3 hours/night/ from 6:30.11.30:
to Gainesville. You are Invited to Sp.llch.ck.dLlght Editing, $1.25 a page 14pm. ABC Research 3437 SW 24th
miles Asking $1100 Neg. Call 332.3875. pm. Starting salary' 450hour./ Call 392-
attend our worship services. Please call 376-2294 after' 8 pm or.leave message. Ave. 1-29-3-13
Leave message if no answer 9-4-5-8 375-7320 for direction and Information. 8-10-10-12 7757 to set up appt. 8-3T-5-13


9 AUTOSFord Do your function keys function?
Campus Alcohol and Drug Resource Learn to better utilize your WordPerfect-

Center presentations* films* *D baseLotus Call Pat 373-0481 for
Escort '87 white, tinted windows information practicum and Internship your tutoring. 8-28-2-12 WESTSIDE EON 34TH ST.
alc. am/fm./tape, cruise, power/tilt steerIng opportunities* 392-1261. 8-31-5-U I

!' great condition, only 4300, 3785017. TyplngALaser Typesetting resumes reports EXXON
AVE. GOLDEN SCISSORS Hair and Nail Salon. O letters O etc. 376-5465 3500 W. & UNIV.

Free shampoo with haircut. Also, Introducing Univ. Ave. Alachua Word Processing 12-
Honda Accord LX 3 door HIS/ '83 auto
for 14-76-12
fingernail rings. Specials
A/C./ cass. tint blue ext/interior. Less $3.99. Come and check us out. 1714 W. Top Quality Work Backed By Warranty.
than 65K mil... Excel condition 3,800 University Ave. 3735389.21t.311
Ar yew an ackurate typist?
372-9798. 8-29-3-9
neg If not, check out the Typing Services section .

1988 ISUZU PUP TRUCK for sale 5- Close AAA to UF.STORAGE Convenient for someone who islPREPARE) SayeonanExxon

speed. 16,500 miles, like new $5500 or "
4x4x4) $15/mo/
best. offer. Call Susan 332-2290. 8-31-5- SUPERFLO Oil Change
4x8x8 $25/mo/ i \;

9 12-14-76-11 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 FOR: Filter and Lube... .. ." .

Honda Accord LX a/c Sap am/fm stereo .._........11'1..1.. __. \
nice color & body good condition aw'_.w-...,....1....."' ...'LO
ps/pb very ... ..
Young lady ((19 yrs old from France) wa w..rocomow.wncrM l..w r a ..
cruise ctr lor $4700 or best offer ask I i

for WA (H)371) .0551 or (WJ371-9388.) 8- available during to offer the 1990-91"governess-type"school year.services S rJ--: .

29-3-0 ..For information, 3380890.. 8-20-3-11 t 595

1983 Pontiac Grand Prix Brougham. .

Power everything incl. moon roof. Exc. iipw.rry.7i a li i

oj condition $3000. 378.1253..0.tO.10.1 Earn $60 r ri

1982 PONTIAC 6000. All power, new
,, auto. transmission, tires & brakes. Exc. in 2 weeks!

condition, great a/c, cass. 60,000 miles. (Brake Overhaul: Feet DISC! ..elite, 31. Wheel S.nlcdpedll.

$2350/offer. Call Arnold 392-2420 (w) f /M,KM'VMM,, pM olyew ov. .. -
373-7273 (h). 8-31-5-9 An easy, relaxing way to earn aerrrabWUw.r.w.a. 01__"_""s s.wnp.o. Yasei.,>ro.ft
Yw wt. ....a.r.r P.
cash-all that's required is 4 """yrCom b' _.._
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88' HONDA CRX white wblue Interior plasma donations 'a"W? 99w aM'r.e.y.ra,' ..npa.a. ___...... .lr r
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$6900 obo. Call 371-0886. .- -.wwwrra.ry,...awry. rn.rra. .'

Air-conditioned 56495
Suspicion breeds confidence ((42)) 53095-
9-4-5-8 Earn up to 120/month .......h res a .,

Automated system Is ==l*= :::. _
1986 FIERO GT, black sunroof 58000 faster and safer than ----. :::.::::'.::".::-.:-
j. original miles. In perfect condition. Must
sell $4800. Call 377.5528.31.4.1t manual center

Study while you donate

10 WANTEDLocal
(Offer good for new donors only.)

Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class ...: iIII i-
Rings ETC. Top I or t/ade. Ozzle's Fine XCII RIISh Fill.

'Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10 ---_....;-.
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Mini storage at 1-75 a NW 39th Ave Call for appointment WORM

near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from MT_____ nut $2495

-, $20. 10% dlse. to students. 332-8917. CX AlphaPLASMA CALL DAYS.'IUIItGI1 vmmtws gUIIrty $30.33 .

12-14-76-11 377-0014 i t.

:i Get confidential I I testing end treatment at 9S.W. "tSt 378-9204 I 409 S.W. 2nll Ave.

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FUNDRAISING Plus Notes-Are you an 'A' Student do COMPUTERS ? Don't Get Immediate ***GET AGRIP
you take excellent terminals & pc's, buy sell, guess. ***
PROGRAM to notes would you like trade, rent A repair. Great prices, QUALITY test results from a reliable source Call ACTS 376-7105
earn while
$1000 In just one week. 371.6954. We you learn, If so then call CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12-14- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881, 12- The Spirit.filled,
Earn up to $1000 lor your campus organization the are looking for students In 78-14 14-78-15 Campus Ministry
following classes
: ACG 2001, ACG
Plus a chance at $5000 morel 12-14-76-15
This program works I No Investment 2302, ADV 3000, APB 2150, APB 2151 **THE BEST** NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
needed. 1.800.932.0528 Ext. SO. 8- AMH 2402,2010 ANT,3141 AMH 2020. ANT 2301, ANT Wontons gator concoctions 260 Get special student discounts on exams Win $$ THOUSANDS $$
28.2.13 3410, ANT 3511, drinks/shooters/ The Party Animal Drink and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT- OCALA JAI-ALAI
ARC 1211", ARC 1701, ARC
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rush 377-0681,12-14-76-15
7.95. 1.00
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Warm fun, energetic, experienced ft reliable BSC 2050, AST 1002, AST 2037, Gnvl FL 32604-3132. bring this ad for 1/2 off program 8-31-
persona( ) wanted to babysit after. 2010 BSC 2011", CCJ 2202, CCJ Permanent Hair Removal
nooni for our 3 & 7 year olds. M, T, Th 3024, CCJ 4204, CHM 1020, CHM 2040, Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. lor
CHM 2041 CHM *****************
2045, CHM 2046, CLT Info about the PERMANENT .
removal of
((2.4:30: pm), W ((1.4:30: pm) Need own FINANCIAL MUSIC !
car non-imoker. We will consider hiring 3370. COM 1000, ECO 2013, ECO 2023 INDEPENDENCE Entrepreneurs unwanted facial t body hair. 3744307.
ECO 3100 ECO 3202, ECO 4101, EUH students, faculty. Ground floor opportunity 12-14-76-15
2 people, so call If you can babysit someof
these times. Good for right 2002. FIN 3408 FOS 2001, GEO 2200, to market the a1 1 product line In A Part of your Life?
3756939. pay per. GEO 2201, GEO 2420, GEO 2500, GLY $23 billion Industry Video packet available STUDENTS GET CASH Present Fee Card
son 1000. HIS 2463, HUM 2210, HUN 2201, 24-hour message 8007493047. 9- For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's Receive 20% Discount
ISM 3011, JOU 3100' MAC 1142, MAN 10-10-14 3721226. W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central on all accessory items
Responsible woman to care for 2 children 3021, MAR 3023. MET 1010, MGF 1202 City. 12-14-76-15 Llpham Music Co. 372.5353
r my home Fridays 105. Call Karen MMC 2100, MMC 4200 OCE 2005, PET Used computers $199, terminals $75,300b
3778762. 3320 PET 3350, PHI 2100, PSB 3004, modems $10, sell/trade, new/used, repairs SAVE ON RAYBANS FUTONS 3 positions: SOFA, SLEEPER,
PSY 2013. PUR 3000, PUR 3101, OMB CDCS Computers 818 W Univ 338- University Opticians lOUNGER. Back to college/ specials
TRUCK DRIVER to deliver Jax/St Augustine 3205 OMB 3600 REL 2130 REL 2500, 0378. 300 SW 4th! Av. 378.4480 Futon City 375.3185. 8 E. University 8-
M.W.F Safe driving record required REL 2604. RTV 2100, RTV 3000, RTV 12-14-76-15 31.5.15
$5/hr./ Call Lee or Ron 332-0411 8-31- 3401. SOP 2513 SOP 3004, SPA 2024 **PARTY*** .
5.13 STA 3023 SYG 2000 SYG 24=\\p, SYG Get Wontons gator concoctions 260+ AUTO INSURANCE Earrings Sterling silver gator posts.
3010, and WIS 2040. 9121213BUSINESS drinks/shooters many new. The Party Animal VERY LOW PRICES $5.00 .30 tax & $1.00 S/H Check or
Drink Quid The Philosophy Store Students welcome! Call today Sunshine money order to: GPI POB 2687 Gville
SOCCER COACHES wanted for YMCA 34,60 W Univ. State Ina. 3719696.. 32602 g.1 O.1 0.15
Fall soccer season. Call Bob at 376-7172
after 2pm. 8315.13 W/M 28. 6' 185 handsome LONELY seeks
14 PERSONALSA 15 PERSONALS FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC* pretty lady any age/race. Very open-
D.A.R.E. Serving UF since 1977 minded Dale M. P.O. Box 518-044,
FIRST IMPRESSION Is the key fact for Most Insurance accepted Zephyrhills. Fl, 33539.
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SHARON GINN who can make quick decisionsand Every UF quarterback thinkshe Spurrier said Matthews
simply just Writer won't fold under pressure. has a shot at being the throws a very catchable ball,
Alligator The problem is, he hasn't de- Gators' starting quarterback.And and has the ability to work well

Some say the return of coach cided who that all-important according to Spurrier, with the coach's style of of-
Steve Spurrier to his alma player will be. they all do. fense.

have to goThere's mater is the beginning of a new Will it be junior Kyle Morris, "I wish we had one player Matthews didn't,however,fit
era for UF football. What they who started 15 games for the that was clearly above the others into former coach Galen Hall's

a potential best-selling book out don't realize is most of his tech Gators during the past two sea- ," Spurrier said. "Probablythe offense last year. UF ran the
there that's never been published.In niques have been seen beforeon sons? Sophomore Shane Mat player that wins the job will ball the majority of the time,

fact, it's' never even been written, but Florida Field. thews, the star of last April's be the one that has preparedthe and Matthews spent all but two
that's besides the point. Spurrier is making changes, Orange and Blue game? Or willit best this summer." plays on the bench.

Actually that is the point,because someone but they're not all new to UF be sophomore Brian Fox, a When fall practices began "Last year at this time I was
could make literally hundreds of dollars by football. Many are traditions transfer from Purdue who wasa Aug. 16, there were four con nowhere in the picture Mat
writing (drum roll please.Everything\ ) You Always from his days as the Gators' freshman All-American in tenders for the starting job: thews said. "I dreaded going to
Wanted to Go From a Gator Football quarterback the installationof 1988? Morris, Matthews, Fox and practice and to meetings."

Came. a grass field, the decision to Nobody seems to know. sophomore Lex Smith, who Matthews won't have that
wear blue jerseys at home and, "Well probably throw more played in four games for the problem this season. But

ao Ron Kaspriske most importantly, the develop than most of the other teams, Gators last year. Spurrier's depth chart is not
ment of a pass-oriented offense. On 20 releaseda definite. Morris' experiencecould
LAST and if we have a starting quarterback Aug. Spurrier
CALLIf With Spurrier building the that stays healthy all depth chart, tentatively nam- change things.In .
Gators around a pro-style pass- year, he should have a chanceto ing Matthews as his top quarterback the 15 games Morrissee

at this point, you're still interested in ing attack, he knows he needsa do that,"Spurrier said at UFs with Morris and Fox Back, page 61Huey's
good starting quarterback Aug. 15 Media Day. close behind.
reading this please continue. If not, thank you
for having a one-dimensional, conservative,

limited mind., anti-capitalistic and otherwise sensible time has come

Now that we've cleared out all those non-

believers such, let's get a masterpiece started on how of to modern put together Richardson adjusts---J- to the limelight""!

literature. almost certainly will be one of the first
Chapter one or Why we still let Mr.Two By RON KASPRISKE names called in the NFL's April draft.

Bits into home games for free: Let's face it, Alligator Staff Writer The size,speed,strength,tenacity and
the cheer is dumb. The kind of dumb that Huey Richardson used to be able to numbers are all there,but don't talk to
invokes visions of any number of fast-food V hide behind a wall of superstars.The Richardson about professional foot
employees over the last decade. OK, let him day of the big game,Richardson
stay, but stop the cheer, please. He's an institution 1- could always count on reporters flock ball.Right now he's got better things to
but the people that cheer along with ing to the Trace Armstrongs and Clifford
him need an institution. Charltons of the world. do.Like
make an assault on UFs record
Chapter two or How to learn the Greek He was an underclassman, which book, for starters. Richardson is cur
Alphabet just by bringing a pair of binocu. meant when it came time to take credit rently fourth in career sacks with 21.5,
lars with you to the stadium: Ever wonder for the big play he could always
pass but it won't take long for him to eclipse
why fraternity and sorority members feel com the buck to a senior. Alonzo Johnson's record of 27 if he

pelled to wear those stupid Greek shirts to No quotes, no pressure. The limelight continues on last season's pace of 1.5
football games? It's so little children can memo has never been Richardson'sthing. sacks a game.
orize the Greek and to be
Alphabet grow up .
Other goals for Richardson include
like them. huh?A better idea is to
just Scary Richardson has
Unfortunately, UF third in the nation in total defense
have a Greek shirt burning day. Freedom of grown too large to hide in the shadows last year,eclipsing that mark this year.
expression is one thing, but Freedom of over- anymore. Uke it or not, it's his time to And don'tforget winning a Southeastern
expression is another. shine in the Florida sun. Conference title, something Rich
Chapter three or Just how much water "You never get used to this," said ardson said he will do whatever it takesto
can the concessions stand put in an aver. who is the 10
Richardson, now star attraction accomplish like gaining
age soda: It's about say,400 degrees out there of a UF defense loaded with talent pounds this summer.
and you're thirsty, right? Well, take some
"I've always been nonchalant, take Richardson's larger size will help
advice and find a water fountain, garden hoseor
things as they come. But I guess I'm him adjust to playing defensive end
a sink and drink like a banshee. The soda UF SPORTS I INFO
going to have to get used to the attention instead of outside linebacker,the posi-
won't give you anymore nutritional value than Senior Huey Richardson needs six sacks to "
,because it's not going to go away.
become UfOs all-time sack leader. see Huey, page 60
mud.Chapter At 6-foot-5,248 pounds, Richardson
four or How to hit the "Mic (as I
in microphone) Man" with a Gator cup:
According to UF athletics Marketing and Promotions
Department, there are actually two Receiving corps to reap Fain to bounce back

microphone men. Can you believe it? Two?
Most people can't hear what one of those guys

are saying, let alone two.Those guys couldn'tfire rewards from offenseBy
up a piece of charcoal covered with lighter following surgeryBy
fluid. They need to go. Get em' outta there. ,
Chapter five or Who really cares about GREGG DOYEL GREGG DOYEL day that earned him Southeastern -

going to see Shamu at Sea World anyway?: Alligator Staff Writer Alligator Staff WriterIt Conference Defensive
Greenpeace cares about Shamu. The average Player of the Week honors as he
football fan thinks Shamu is a halibut. They After three years of watching all-time UF rushing leader took UFcornerback Richard took his first step from the
need to quit playing the Sea World advertise- Emmitt Smith crash into walls qt Southeastern Conference Fain less than five seconds a shadow of former All-American
defenders the Gators receiving should spend the next
ment over the loudspeakers before someone corps 32-yard sideline defensive back.
four months looking at a different sight -footballs. Lots and
jaunt clutchingan Louis Oliver.
shows up in Orlando with a little tartar sauce.
lots of'em.Steve Tom
Chapter six or What to do with the six errant Richard Ironically,
has installed his aerial attack at UF Hodson Fain
metric tons of salt the concession stand Spurrier ,signallingan pass that same game
end to the days where a UF defeat stood one stacked to become more could have
puts on a pretzel: You can't smuggle alcoholor returns as one of
defensive line Now the Gators' receivers will be than of
away. just one ended Fain's ca
umbrellas into a game, but do yourself a
than for the first time since school the Gators' other
favor and take some pretzels in there and showa decoys high the nation's top reer.
concession worker how the salt should be Benefactors of Spurrier's high-powered offense include a defensive backs. defensive backs. "In the fourth
placed on one.Chapter quartet of receivers flankers Terence Barber, Ernie Mills With UF trailing quarter (LStTs)
seven or How long did it take and Tre Everett and tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick-who caught Louisiana Slip Watkins
the inebriated fans to figure out that UF I a combined 51 passes in 1989, 10 less than wide receiver State early in their 1988 contest, sweeped,and I moved In to clean
police don't want girls to be passed up 60 Clarkston Hines caught for Spurrier's 1989 Duke Blue Devils. Fain stepped between All-Amer him up," Fain said. "He got low,
rows of stands: It might have been a belter "We got the word when we were at the Freedom Bowl that ican Wendell Davis and a Hod- and his.face mask hit me right
idea to pass the people that are really drunk Spurrier was our new coach,"Barber said."We got drilled ((34-7. son pass,resulting in the biggest In the shoulder."
by Washington), but getting him here almost covered up that play of his career.
..,up the stands, and over the side. It wouldn't The shoulder popped out of
The interception! his of
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no UF sport is immune to controversy.
Everyone knows about the football and
basketball teams' troubles. Around the country
far the Gators are not exactly looked upon
with respect.
But it used to be that the UF swimming
team was beyond reproach. Sort of a beaconof
light in a dark, long tunnel.

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g the Gators swimmers was like,
well, criticizing the alma mater or Mr. Two
Bits'inability to match on game days. Nobody
did It. At least, not publicly.But, early this
year, funny things started to happen on the

\' J see Zoo page 57Volleyball

\; UF running backs Willie McClendon, Errict Rhett, and Dexter McNabb will see most of the action this season'iwill / McNabb. SULlIVAN

handle the fullback duties while McClendon and Rhett will battle for the starting tailback position.

Big Mac Attack to replace Emmitt dinky sportThanks

"' to an increase in mainstream pub-
McNabb McClendon to start, but Rhett should get his chance I licity, the public now realizes volleyball is
played by people besides those named Chipon
By ALEX MARVEZ offense,which will be unveiled in the Sept. on the passing game, UFs running backs California beaches.
8 against Oklahoma State. will get a chance to show what do.
Alligator Writer season-opener they can Here comes the difficult part, though. If
The tailback in Spurrier's offense prob- "The other night, the freshmen were fans are to truly appreciate the sport, they
( Willie McClendon has been hearing the ably won't receive as many handoffs as watching (a videotape of) the DukeMaryland have to learn what the rules are. .
comparisons to Emmitt Smith for more Smith did more emphasis is being game, and one of them said,Tall are
than six months. placed on the backs catching the ball out running the ball every play,"said Spurrier, *>Alex/ Marvez
Ever since Smith, UFs all-time leading of the backfield. McClendon could, how who used the same offense at Duke from THREE
rusher and holder of 58 school records, ever,tally impressive figures in all-purpose 198789.And I said regardless of what COUNT
decided to forgo his final year of eligibilityIn yardage. some schools tell running backs when re-
February to turn professional, McC- "Coach told me the tailback is going to cruiting that Florida is going to throw
in his offense and down this is not flingitallover Fortunately, fans at UF can tell a service ,
lendon has been slated as his replacement.These be the leading receiver every a -
are not easy shoes for junior to fill: I'm looking forward to that,* McClendonsaid. the-place (offense)." point from a full-service gas station. Gators
Smith rushed for 1,599 yards last season; "(The new offense) keeps defenses volleyball coach Marilyn McReavy said she
McClendon isn't the back
only running
believes crowds at UF
are pretty knowledgeable.
McClendon, as a backup, had 510. from figuring out what you're going to do, expected to figure in the new offense. .

f If McClendon's 1990 rushing numbers so it opens up the running game." I'd like Errict Rhett, a redshirt freshman who Tin impressed by our fans,"said McReavy,
don't approach Smith's, it may be due toe to get over 1,000 yards rushing. who is entering her seventh season as UF
head coach Steve Spurrier's pass-oriented Spurrier claims that even with emphasis see Running page 59 I, coach. "I think many of them come from
see Count. page 58

I Sir Godfrey settles into gatorback slot I

Real UF fans
coordinator Jim Bates- he will be playing a combination of his
1 By SHARON GINN two previous positions while utilizing all his talents.As .
f Alligator Writer an outside linebacker, he will use his strength to tackle and

I Here's a riddle What do you call a 6-foot-2,242-pound monolith his speed to rush the quarterback. love runningSo
f of a football player who can run the 40-yard( dash in 4.37 seconds? "I think when he (Bates) came in, he read my mind," Myles
Besides "sir. said. "I've always wanted to pass rush."
__You call him the gatorback -in this particular case, Godfrey And although he considers himself more of an outside linebacker you want to follow some cross country, .
. Myles. than a strong safety, he will also huh?
. The two are nearly Myles is need to use his speed to cover the back- Then sit up straight! Straighten that collar
synonymous. field. for God's sake,this is business!Wait minute.
no ordinary player. He is known as much for
his size as he Is for his speed. "Speed has a lot to do with the Florida Before we, er, jump the gun, tell me you'renot
And the gatorback position is made for y defense,"Myles said."That's why I'm play- one of those fair-weathered cross country
I ing gatorback now I've got the speed fans.You
extraordinary like
players Myles.
know the type. Sure, when the
and I've gained weight.
can't"call it outside linebacker behind or For the past two years he has been listedin weather's fine and the terrain is good, they'll
strong safety, Myles said. "The idea
the ol'Gator bandwagon.Lets cruiseto
jump on
magazines as one of the top
this preseason
Is and
to get a player that can rush
tackle." pass defensive backs in the nation.Even thoughhe the golf course.Catch some rays and watch..
earned honorable mention All-America some cross country, dude.
During the last two seasons, although he
honors from the Sporting News last year,
was a highly touted player Myles, now a
0- Gregg Day el
senior Myles thought he could have done better.
difficulty fitting into one position.
Myles' statistics from his first two sea- BLEACHER
I Myles was an outside linebacker in the
\ sons as a Gator weren't exactly unimpressive BUMBut
beginning of his was
sophomore season
as he racked up 73 total tackles, five
moved to at the end of 1988,
strong; safety
, and stayed in that position until the beginning tackles for losses and three interceptions. let a cloud or two dot the sky and see
of last season, when he was switched back t to Gatorback Godf ey Myles "I 1 was frustrated a lot last year" because how fast some of these turkeys turn their
outside linebacker. I didn't play up to my potential, said Myles, backs.Well thats not the way it works around.
the who played 600 downs last season. "I knew I could have done here dadgummit
Former Darnell also explored
idea defensive coordinator Gary better. What the press kept saying last year about me and my Of course, lire quite alright if you're one of
of using Myles as an inside linebacker. potential,well I think (my performance) ought to get that(credit) -.

' But now Myles seems to have found his niche In the defensive UPs new t this year.. "_. . ...'..'........... '..:!!:':!.'..._.......... I __ see''.81.bbt. .s.;:page'-56
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Double murder claims UF freshmanTwo

women found slain in Southwest Gainesville apartmentAlligator

formed to determine how and when the said. She said she told police what she saw.
Staff Report
women died, she said. Although she said the incident disturbedher
The day before she was to begin her first Darnell said the two could have died as and another roommate, Hayek said she
class, a UF freshman and another woman early as Friday and as l late as Saturday night. felt secure about where she lives.
were found dead in an apartment near campus While details were sketchy the murders 'I still believe that Williamsburg is very
Sunday, police said. sent out a ripple of concern that had families safe," Hayek said.
The women's naked bodies were found at scrambling to contact students. Police called Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt
Williamsburg Village Apartments, 2000 SW 'We're getting calls from all over Florida, Sandeen to the scene about 7 p.m.,where
16th St.. about 4 p.m., Gainesville police mostly from parents Gainesville police Sgt. the administrator anchored an informs pool-
spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. Rick Zenuch said. side conference with the crowd.
Police identified one of the victims as an The fears ran particularly high at the apart "There's not a lot you can say in the face
incoming freshman from Jacksonville but refused ment complex where the bodies were found. of such a tragedy,"a weary Sandeen said laterin
to release either name until the second UF premed junior Mario Vargas has livedat the evening. Besides holding a vigil at the
woman can be identified. Although Darnell the apartments about a year. After callinghis rainy scene,administrators alerted UF dormi-
declined to discuss crime-scene details some parents in Miami, Vargas, 20, said he tories and sororities, Sandeen said.
reports described the bodies as mutilated.'It's planned to go to a hardware store today andbty 'We have very limited infomaf'oc' right
obviously a murder obviously foul deadbslt: !oas:::! for his doors. now, but we want to share everything we can,"
play Darnell said. After a crowd of about 100 curious and he said.'It's time for people to stand together.I .
The bodies were found by police,who were concerned neighbors scattered, UF architec- I don't think anything like this has ever happened
called by the Jacksonville woman's parents ture junior Jennifer Hayek swam laps with a here before.'
after their daughter's phone went unanswered roommate at a Williamsburg pool shortly after Sandeen said students should avoid rumors
for days, Darnell said. midnight. and speculation and urged them to contact
The concerned couple drove Sunday to the Hayek, 20, lives across the street from family members who may be alarmed by the
complex about a half mile south of where the bodies were found, and said she murders.
Sands Hospital and summoned police whenno saw one or two people outside the murder Sandeen said administrators would meet at
one answered the door. scene about 5:45: a.m. Saturday as she was 9 a.m. today to discuss the killings and plana
The cause and time of death are unknown. returning home. course of action. Sandeen said UF encour-
Darnell said police hope to identify the second She didn't recognize the people outside, ages worried students and their parents to
victim this morning. Autopsies will be per. but remembers them driving away, Hayek call 392-1261 for assistance.



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I Left: Investigators remove the body of one of two female murder victims at Williamsburg Village Apartments Sunday night.
Right:UF Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen tells a crowd of about 100 people at a Williamsburg Village Apartments
I Root Sunday night about the murders.E .
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