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I Third woman slain; same killer sought Security |

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The discovery of three slain 1/"' .' .. .
women in the span of nine hours -" ( -. .; ; ,. :..-
has left police wondering if a serial 0' on campusAlligator

murderer is loose in Gainesville."In .._. .
our case, we're looking for
the same killer or killers,"Alachua Staff Report
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County Sheriffs spokesman Lt. .. ", UF officials are stretching safety
Spencer Mann said Monday after- services and trying to calm the cam
noon. I pus after the bodies of three murdered
Christa Leigh Hoyt, 18, a Santa women were discovered all
Fe Community College student, '. within miles of UFoAdministrators
was found dead on her living room UF police, stu-
floor Monday morning. Her apart- ..M. dent leaders and Greek officials
ment is about two miles from the ,. .. t. spent Monday in quickly called
site where two UF freshman were ; meetings to discuss safety precau-
found dead Sunday. tions. The result was a campus
Police on Monday identified the ,oA't.' braced against a possible serial
first two victims as Christina P. NO' I'l' killer:
Powell, 17, from Jacksonville and : .." ; UF police are stepping up patrols
Sonya Larson, 18, from Deerfield both uniformed and plain-
Beach. clothes officers. UF also is uniting
All three victims were mutilatedin with Gainesville police and the Al
the same way, Mann said, although achua County Sheriffs Office to
he would not elaborate."I share resources and information.
don't think it takes a rocket I The Student Nighttime Auxil-
scientist to figure out that a guy iary Patrol,a free escort service,has
who would commit a homicide doubled its numbers. The service
using this kind of mutilation is a operates 6:30: p.m. to 1:30: am Sun-
sick individual," Mann said. day through Thursday and 6:30:
UF police, Gainesville police p.m. to 3:30: a.m. Friday and Satur-
and the Alachua County Sheriffs day and can be reached at 392-
Office have pooled their resourcesto b SNAP. Officials said the hours may
solve the crimes. NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR be expanded in light of the situation
Gov. Bob Martinez, calling the Poilce close off the crime scene at 3533 SW 24th Ave. after discovering the body of the third murder and UF police will provide an
slayings "senseless," ordered the victim. escort when SNAP is closed.
Florida Department of Law En- Security is being increased for
forcement to assist. The FBI and were nude, but Mann would not The three grisly murders are following every possible lead." dormitory residents. Instead of the
the State Attorney's Office also will comment on what was worn by sparked a wave of campus rumors normal eight security guards at
join the effort. Hoyt, who lived alone at 3533 SW about additional victims in Al Mann said safety-minded students each hall, a force of 10 to 12 will be
24th Ave. achua or Marion counties,but law should exercise common on patrol.
Hoyt, who was a records clerk enforcement officials in both areas sense, stay in groups after dark The UF Foundation, the pri-
for the Alachua County Sheriffs Mann would not release Hoyt's denied those reports late Monday and members.keep in touch with family vately owned corporation that

Office, was found about 1 a.m. bya cause of death but said she probe night. raises money for UF, is trying to
sheriffs deputy checking in on ably died within the past 48 hours, "There's a cause for concern," improve communication between
her after she didn't show up for which would place her death in the Gainesville police spokeswoman "For me to come out and say students and their families by offer
work. same two-day period as the first Lt. Sadie Darnell said. "We don't 'Don't worry, it's going to be ing free long-distance phone ser
Police said the first two bodiesBy victims. want people to panic, though. We OK'.I can't do that. vice at the Alumni Affairs Office.
Free counseling is available at

I First day of classes chilled by murders and UF's, the 376-4444.Counseling Alachua UF's County Center Student Crisis 392-1575 Center Ser-,-

vices, 392-1261, has also offered to
UF freshmen Christina P. Powell "Something like this is going to booth near Turlington Hall.
DONYA CURRIE help students through their fear or
Alligator WriterA and Sonya Larson and Santa Fe happen, and that's the way it is," Susan Blackburn, manager of depression.A .
Community College student said public relations senior Karen Blackburn Locksmiths, said the general information meeting,
day normally reserved for Christa Leigh Hoyt. Liggins. Liggins said she tries not fear sweeping through studentshas open to the entire student body is
class scheduling anxieties had an "I'm definitely to be out alone nearly doubled dead bolt
scheduled for 4 p.m. today at the
ominous air Monday as the news thinking about after dark, but sales.
Reitz Union auditorium.In .
of two murdered UF freshmen and (the murders) "You realize how that has been There's been a very dramatic an afternoon press conference,
another woman rocked campus. Cash said."I have her policy for change in the number of calls
careful have to UF President John Lombardi! said
"It's hard to walk around when six sisters. you years.A we're getting," Blackburn said. the effort to find solutions and sort
you're in fear all the time,"said UF Maybe they be.Hillary. small bright "The phone has just been ringingoff answers out of seemingly random
sophomore Hillary Goodman as shouldn't come spot in the the hook. And the first thing violence is a difficult task.
she sat in the Weimer Hall drop- up here. Goodman Gainesville trag- they mention is the murders." "We've responded to this tragedyby
add line. "You realize how careful "It seems like UF edy could be in- At Williamsburg Village Apart- trying to remind our student
you have to be." every semester'! sophomoresomebody's creased safetyawareness ments, where the first two victims and the community of all the precautions

Goodman said she watched the get- were found Sunday afternoon, one must take," Lombardisaid. !
bushes nervously while walking to ting killed or broken into," Cash among UF students. manager Johanna Yarboroughsaid These kinds of events are so

campus with four friends Monday said.While "For people just coming up resident requests for locks random and so horrific that it is
morning. many freshmen, especially here, it's going to be helpful in a has jumped, but otherwise life is difficult to deal with them in a systematic .
Journalism senior Paul Cash, women, said they are fright- way because now they might be pretty calm. way."
who lives off campus, said he fixed .ened by the murders, some more careful," said Chris Pollock, "It's a real tragedy. It upsets me UF and Gainesville police joined
the loose lock on his back door upperclassmen said they aren't a business senior who helps man """
after,hearing about the deaths of worried for their safety. the Alpha Phi Omega information see Reaction page 10 see Safety, page 10


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Give me freedom:The UF Amnesty All U Can Eat: B'nai B'rith Hillel di, UF football coach Steve Spurrierand 30% to 60 % OFF
International campus group will will be having an all-you-can-eat Albert and Alberta Alligator will
be having a business meeting spaghetti dinner and Video Night be on hand. Call John Raul at 377-

tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Room 357. tonight at 5:45: at Hillel, 16 NW 18th Everything-While Restocking
Call 371-9586. St.The cost is$2.75 for Hillel student : The SG Academics
Come dance with me: The members and $3.25 for UF students. Cabinet will be offering free scholar "
Floridance Company is holding a Call 372-2900. ship information Tuesday and Wed
membership audition tonight from 7 Free Falling: The Falling Gators nesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
to 9 in the O'Connell Center dance Sport Parachute Club will hold their Florida Gym during drop-add. Call
studio. The audition will be in the first meeting of the semester tonightat Laura Cox at 3921665.
format of an intermediate-level 7 on the Reitz Union's North Lawn. Arguments: The UF Speech and 1
dance class, and prospective memo Call Steve at 3734247. Debate Club will be hosting an open
bers are asked to dress appropiately. Heads Up: The Women's Club house Wednesday night at 7 at 347
Call 3922038. Soccer Team will be holding practices Dauer Hall. The club is open to all

Dream Weavers: Members of the on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and interested undergraduates. Call 392-

Gainesville Handweavers Guild who Fridays at Maguire Field from 5:15to : 2113. 0=411 ohm 0"
attended Convergence 1990 will be 7:15: p.m. Call Steve at 335-2988 or
sharing their experiences Guild Allison at 334-8540. correction
members tonight at 7:30: at the Connections: Gator Connection,
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, UFs Welcome Back Party, will be Liz Bowyer is the Student Senate
2814 NW 43rd St. Call Barbara Thursday night at 7 in the O'Connell Tempore. The Alligator reported
Safranek at 376-3316 or 338-7320. Center. UF President John Lombar- otherwise on page 11 Monday. ". ,...
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COPS unit transfers ",

to the Student GhettoBy

crime had been on a steady decline in the
Student Ghetto.
Alligator WriterA
According to police records, there were
M rash of robberies in the Student Ghetto
69 residential robberies in the neighbor
recent weeks has driven Gainesville
during hood in 1987,83 in 1988 and 64 in 1989.
police to deploy a special crime unit into

the neighborhood just north of campus. In sharp contrast, records for this year

Residential robberies have increased as covering January through July show 10

much as 20 percent t in the past three weeksin residential robberies. But during the last

the neighborhood bounded by West two weeks, that number has jumped to 17 .
University Avenue, Northwest 13th Street,
Northwest Fifth Avenue and Northwest20th Darnell said robberies always increase '

K Street, said Gainesville Police Chief in the Student Ghetto area as students

Wayland Clifton. return for fall classes.

Police added a City Oriented Policing
team to the area Thursday, said police "With students coming back into the
spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell. area, you have a bigger pool of victims for
the (criminals)," Darnell said.
COPS teams are made up of police offi-

cers who work on an overtime basis to help
Leonard Beeghley, president of the Uni-
stem a specific string of crimes in a neigh-
versity Park Neighborhood Associationthat
borhood, Clifton said.
includes the Student Ghetto residents,
M A COPS team has recently been used in
said he has been concerned that a success-
the Duck Pond neighborhood in northeast
ful COPS in the Northeast would
Gainesville, but will be discontinued since
push criminals west.
robberies have decreased, Clifton said.

"What the Duck Pond area was experi- Beeghley said a permanent COPS teamis

encing several months ago, now the (Stu- needed to reduce crime in the neighbor-
dent Ghetto) area is experiencing,"he said. hood.

"We could be looking at a more long-term

problem because fewer officers are willingto "This is the kind of crime where a long-

work overtime." term police presence can have a positive

Prior to the recent series of robberies, effect," Beeghley said.

Students wishing to drop or add archaeology classes faced long lines on the Fraternities off

first day of drop-add. Many students waited in line only to be told that they could pull tap

be added to a waiting list and would have to come back later to see if they madeit I

Into the class.Long.

former alcohol policiesBy

lines fact of lifeduring
DEBBIE CENZIPER from liability and deter underage drinkers,
administrators slowly are trying to eliminate
Alligator Staff Writer
alcohol. And fraternities have no

Keg parties, a long-time friend to under choice but to change their alcohol policies .

drop-add days age drinkers, may dry up at UF's 33 fraternities or be forced to hold dry parties, he said.

this fall if administrators approve a "It seems the administration at every I

workers per student new, stricter alcohol policy. opportunity is trying to deter people from
By MIKE BRUSCELL Still, Goodman said she understoodUFs The fraternity alcohol policy has been becoming Greek Meisel said. "It's seems

Alligator Staff Writer bogged-down registration was un revamped by Greeks and administrators, like a stepping block to becoming a com-

Computer glitches, long lines and short avoidable."I who fear underage drinking could lead tofuture pletely dry campus."

tempers even though the torture of accept it, but I resent it," she said. lawsuits against_ UF.: But some stu- But Student Services Dean James Scott
drop-add! seems like the same old story, dents say the new policy is a said the new policy is an effort
there are always new characters. Others weren't so forgiving. step toward a campus with no to compromise, not to sabo-

Thousands of UF students crammed Animal science sophomore Adam alcohol. tage. The policy is aimed at

hallways and sweated during crosscampus Silverberg expected the religion Interfraternity Council underage drinkers, which

treks in search of classes Monday, department's drop-add to begin at 8 am. President Tom Santilli, who make up almost 80 percent of ..

of them marveling at the complex Because of computer problems, drop-add, met with administrators last student partiers, he said.
some scheduled by the department to start at week about the new "Bring "We could have easily said

task.Leslie 8:30: a.m., started a half hour late. Your Own Beer" alternate policy no alcohol period,"Scott said. .
UF freshman experi-
Kaufman, a Silverberg, 19, had been waiting since said the new rules are a "This is a step at the University <<
the first time
fall drop-add ,
encing about 6:30: a.m. to add an "Introduction. to fair compromise.Under to at least allow students I
found herself waiting in a line of about 25
Islam" class. the rules, students of who are 21 to drink."
the religion department.
students at
"I'm trying to get one that no one wants drinking age can bring their Scott said he is optimistic ;
"Nobody ever tells you how (drop-add) and I still can't get one (a class),* own alcohol to carefully-moni- about the policy and !is now
is," Kaufman said. "You can only find out 'Silverberg said. "We've decided that they tored fraternity parties. AlcoScott! talking about it with other ad-

through older people. If you don't know should show a scene like this during Pre- hol, limited to a six pack of ministrators, UF police offi-

other people,you're screwed"OF view to show kids what really goes on." beer, must be checked in at parties in cials and campus attorneys. Scott has final

advertising senior Lawrence Rincon, students steamed workers exchange for tokens. The tokens can be decision over the alternate policy.
While ,drop-add
21 sat against a wall in a Weimer Hall time for the beer.
struggled to enter students' schedules. redeemed one at a Alcohol-related violations are rising at
corridor shortly after 7 am Rincon, who The search for a new policy began last UF, and underage students are being
was waiting to add an advertising research Carrying a video display terminal as she spring when UF officials realized fraterni- caught drinking and sporting open containers
class said His worst experience with drop- walked between hook-up areas, UF aca-
ties were violating insurance regulations of alcohol a July UF police report
assistant Patti Garret-
add was two years ago."You're demic advisement I every time alcohol was bought with chapter stated.
waiting in line for a long time son tried to get the religion department on money. The widespread violations shift re-
Garretson for all College UF police spokeswoman Angie Tipton
and you're the next person in line and then line: responsible sponsibility for mishaps directly to UF.
of Liberal Arts drop-add computer said students often are caught on FraternityRow
'See that's all for today. .
the will
they yell, ya Santilli said he's hoping policy with open containers of beer, espe-
Hillary Goodman, 19, a UF sophomore systems.But be approved and not altered to becomeeven
cially in the parking lots and bushes.
when the work,
trying to add a beginning writing class at even computers stricter.
the College Journalism,also complainedabout some students don't get the classes they "We thought this thing through and Greek Affairs Assistant Dean Shelli! Her

drop-add hassles past and present. requested. Advertising junior Grant Bernstein closed up all the loopholes," Santilli said. man said fraternities and administratorshave

Goodman, who attended Florida Inter had a solution for when filling out "But some fraternity presidents don't un- compromised and the new policy

national University this summer, said her bubble sheets isn't enough. derstand the policy or why it's happening." probably will appease everyone involved.

former school was better prepared than "You've got to learn to beg and plead Theta Chi President Marc Meisel said "(It) provides some parameters, but

UF for student registration with more real well," he said. although the BYOB policy will save UF doesn't take away the fun."

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TROY, Wis. (UPI) -A helicopter carrying relatively low altitude and we have wreckage up the
two-time Grammy-winning blues guitarist Stevie Ray hill," NTSB investigator William Bruce said. "It was Certificate Program still available.
Vaughan, three members of rock legend Eric being driven rather than falling free." For information see Dr. Linda D. Wolfe
Clapton's entourage and a pilot slammed into a hill in Workers at Alpine Valley and other witnesses said B358 Turlington Hall
dense fog early Monday,killing all aboard,authoritiessaid. there was dense fog after the show. The name of the
pilot was not released. JHMMMMMMMIMMMMHMMHHHHWJUnion. .. .... . .. .......
Vaughan,35,had just finished a performance at the Clapton's Los Angeles press agent, Ronnie Lippin,
nearby Alpine Valley Music Theater with Clapton and said the other victims were Bobby Brooks, Clapton's
three other elite bluesmen, Robert Cray, Vaughan's booking agent; Nigel Browne, Clapton's bodyguard;
brother, Jimmie, and Buddy Guy. and Colin Smythe, one of Clapton's tour managers. Now at theHeitz
The guitarists had topped off the show with a Guy, in a telephone interview from his home in
rousing jam on the blues classic "Sweet Home Country Club Hills, 111., called Sunday's performance"the Barber & Styt( Snap
Chicago." Before the song began, Clapton referred to most incredible set I've ever heard (Vaughan)
Vaughan and the others as"the greatest guitar playersin play."
the world." Charles Comer, a spokesman for Vaughan in New 1/2 price Manicuresthru
A National Transportation Safety Board inves- York City, said he was told him Vaughan had takena Sept 1
tigator said the five-seat Bell 206 Jet Ranger helicopterflew seat on the helicopter at the last minute.
into the side of a 1,000-foot ski hill. There was The helicopter, chartered from Omni Flight $15 off on full set of
no evidence the helicopter hit anything else first. Helicopters in Chicago,was one of four used to shuttle
"We've got evidence of a high-energy impact at a performers to Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. BackscratchersAmerica's

. Parties denounce torching of buildingSOFIA I thru#1 Sept.Fiberglass 8 Nail

(UPI) Bulgaria's major political parties of hard-line leader Todor Zhivkovin in November.The .
sharply condemned Monday the overnight ransack- attackers blocked firefighters from enteringthe Call 392.1610 for an appointment please
ing and torching of the offices of the ruling Socialist building for several hours until riot police
party, an attack linked by Socialist leaders to"neo-fas regained control early Monday.
cists" who were propelling the country "toward civil More than 50 people were detained by police,
war. including 39 who were expected to face charges, the
About 20,000 demonstrators converged on Sofia's official news agency BTA said. It said several people
main square late Monday to protest the attack, which were injured by broken glass.
caused extensive damage inside the party's head The attack was strongly condemned by both the
quarters and two nearby office buildings. Socialist and the Democratic opposition, with both 0P14.1ANNITI.A MUI
Hundreds of protesters broke away from a massive sides appealing for an end to the violence. Union of
anti-communist demonstration late Sunday and Democratic Forces leader Peter Beron called for a
stormed the headquarters of the former Communist 10-day moratorium on new demonstrations.But .
Party, now known as the Bulgarian Socialist Party, Socialist leader Alexander Lilov urged Bulgarians
witnesses said. to take to the streets in a "day of protest" -
They smashed windows, ransacked'offices and set capped by a mass demonstration Monday night- to
several fires in the worst unrest since the overthrow denounce the attack on his party's headquarters.

. Budget crunch limits shuttle viewingCAPE I IS TOMORROW NITEIT9S

CANAVERAL (UPI) NASA is shutting 15,000 car passes allowing spectators to park and view
down its on-site guest viewing for the shuttle liftoff from a causeway south of the shuttle pads.
Discovery's Oct. 5 launch because of concern about Another 3,000 to 4,000 "official guests" con-
the budget, a move that will knock nearly 20,000 VIPs gressmen, industry leaders and others watch the
and members of the public out of a ringside seat, launch from two VIP viewing sites, requiring the use YOURsCHANCE
officials said Monday.The of some 40 buses. Finally, about 250 members of the Ayf tr
decision by NASA Administrator Richard Truly astronauts' families watch launches from one of the t 1I
marks the first time since the Apollo moon program VIP sites. EXPOSE
that official guests and members of the public will be For Discovery's launch,NASA officials had plannedto
barred from the Kennedy Space Center for an un- charter an airplane,for about$50,000, to fly guests VfflllD THE MILL BAKERY
classified manned launch. and VIPs to Florida from Washington. Those plans UUtl I EATERY &BREWI
The issue, agency officials say, is simple: money have been canceled. 6791 Newberry Rd
and the possibility that Congress will not resolve the NASA officials now plan to accommodate only the TALENTS OAKS MALL PLAZA
federal budget before the Oct. 1 start of the new fiscal astronauts' immediate and extended families. 331-0110
year,raising the possibility that non-essential govern- Causeway car passes will not be issued. IN FRONT
ment workers will be briefly furloughed. Discovery's payload is the Ulysses solar probe,
Given that environment, officials said, NASA built by the European Space Agency. NASA spokesman OF
managers decided to save money how much is Eugene Marianetti said ESA guests will be AN AUDIENCE
uncertain -by canceling shuttle guest operations in accommodated at the Kennedy Space Center.
October. "This is a joint NASA-ESA launch," he said. "Our NO ACTS TOO WILD
For a typical shuttle launch, the National agreement with ESA was their guests will be accom-
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. ACLU criticizes police surveillance in Tampa I

TAMPA (UPI) The head of Florida's American pictures at a council meeting as residents addressed
Civil Liberties Union said Monday the group may elected officials.
pursue Mai action against Tampa police officers Tampa radio reporter Rob Lorei!said police officers 8:30: P.M.
accused < f keeping surveillance on protesters at posing as sanitation workers also videotaped a pro-
demonstrations and public meetings.The Palestinian demonstration on the steps of Tampa City FIRST 5 TO SIGNUP
surveillance allegations were made by activists Hall in May.
quoted Monday! in The Tampa Tribune. Then on July 26, members of the Amalgamated GET
They foil, wed an Auj. 2 City Council meeting in Transit Union and Lore! said undercover officers were
which the mother of a blact youth shot to death by at a labor protest outside a board meeting of the
police in 1967 unsuccessfully tried to reopen the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority.The .

investigation. latest incident involved police monitoring of an
Tampa police Detictive John Soloman Aug. 10 demonstration against the U.S. military
photographed a suspect i 1.1 an ongoing investigationwho presence in Saudi Arabia at MacDill Air Force Base,
attended the meeting. Police Chief A.C. McLane said protest organizer Bob Brister of the American
later said Soloman used poor judgment in taking Friends Service Committee.

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Chi Phi inquiry ends 1.I.

National chapter ousts 15-20 membersBy

DEBBIE CENZIPER said no one was ever told why
members were forced out of the
Alligator Staff Writer
house. He said drugs are nonexistent -
About 15-20 members of UF's in the fraternity and he called
trAAA Chi Phi fraternity were stripped of the rumors spreading around cam-
their membership privileges fol- pus the last few weeks wrong.

lowing an investigation spurred by "Every bit of it is lies,"Hancock
rumors of drug use and inactivity said. "It's all rumors. We have less
*,14'A rz among members. drugs in our house than any other

The investigation, conducted by house."
the fraternity's national leaders last
Chi Phi National director of
spring, included interviews with
chapter services Cory Thomas said
about 80 members. Fifteen to 20
officials visited UF because the
have been forbidden to participatein
chapter has weakened from its past .
any fraternity events or to enter
superior status The
the house at One Fraternity Row. on campus.

Chi Phi President Marc Hancock see Frat, page 15

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Election code revisions up for SG debate

Alligator Writer bill, which passed this sum-
mer, lengthened campaigningtime
Veto-that's what Student Body eliminated contradiction and
President Michael Browne did for inconsistencies in the codes and
NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR the first time since taking office reduced the number of students
Water wars when he decided to ax the newly needed to form a party.

UP senior Drew Harris, left, and junior John McRae, right, cool\ off in a small pool outside revised student election codes. Browne was unable to argue his

Lambda Chi Alpha house this weekend. Browne expects the veto to be

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The second day of school usually the time to com- + 10KUWNMT

plain about drop-add. But not today. There's something

much more important on most students' minds.

During the usual mayhem of the semester's first day,

one conversation topic came up again and again the

brutal murder of three women, including two UF fresh- 1 YR
men and a Santa Fe Community College student. G I V y

The Alligator printed a special edition Monday to make 4i: <- -A

sure students had the news. But we're worried by some @1110

of the reactions we got as we handed it out on campus.

Some students talked to us about how scared they Time for Lombardi to take actionIt

were or turned to their friends and remarked how they
couldn't believe what had happened. sure is great writing my first column. I'm startingmy -> Ed Scales
seventh year at UF,and for six years I've read The

Others took the paper, glanced at it and stuffed it in Alligator editorials on politics which are always pub- O POLITICSLombardi
the left of this column and slantedto N
lished to usually
their backpacks. Many of them looked as if they were just
the left of Marx.
too busy to read the promised to bring students the full-time
Seriously, I love The Alligator and am honored to academic advisers which are embarrassingly absent
We'd like to get across to students that nothing is have a semi-weekly column where I can discuss,froma from UF. Lombardi promised to look into healing UFs
more important than what has happened in the last two clear and credible (and correct) perspective UF's abysmal drop-add nightmare and to lay the foundationfor
administration state and national and Student
days. politics, much needed phone-in registration.

Government. Lombardi is a very bright, witty and dynamic
Gainesville is a relatively quiet town. Stories about stu-. Usually this column will appear on alternate academician who has effectively, and deservedly,
Thursdays, but The Alligator has allowed me this
wooed the state's media. He's put to rest manyFloridians'
dents being murdered aren't exactly the norm here.
"bonus column" to the
enabling me give obligatory fears (including my own) about the abilityof
welcome to all UF students, new and old.So,welcome
"some damn Yankee" to lead the South's flagship
And because this isn't normal Gainesville behavior
(back) to UF.Welcome university. Additionally, Lombardi along with UFs
we're asking that students alter their usual patterns.You've also, to UF's new president, Dr. John master lobbyist,guru Al Alsobrook, effectively pried
Lombardi. I served on the committee which helped precious dollars away from an otherwise tight Florida
heard it before, but it can't be said enough: choose Lombardi. I supported him primarily becauseof legislature, immensely impressing. them in his first
Don't walk alone at night. UF offers an escort service his seemingly sincere interest in student affairs. real legislative test.

anywhere on campus and its hours have been extendedin Lombardi! has had a busy "honeymoon" as UFs Lombardi must use his talents, however, to solve
light of what's happened. Just call 392-SNAP from 6:30: president. Between addressing athletic woes, a stingy the structural, student-oriented, problems that make
p.m. to 1:30: a.m. Sunday through Thursday, and from legislature, two major vice-presidential searches and UF impersonal... problems which have for too long
6:30: p.m. to 3:30: a.m. Friday and Saturday.We media-hyped racial tensions, Lombardi has, under- gone ignored and problems which he promised to
standably, put student affairs on the back burner. address. After all, Lombardi's true success will rest

knew about the first two deaths Sunday night, andas Now, though, the honeymoon's over. Lombardi solely on his ability to woo and serve UFs most
needs to meet with students and administrators,.in important constituency, its students.Ed .
we drove around town, the things we saw had new '
We alone dark that order, and establish a solid plan, complete with Scales is a third-year law student, was last year's
meaning us. saw women walking on
deadlines,implementing a comprehensive UF student student body president and served on the Florida Board
streets, and going to their cars in dark parking lots. affairs agenda. of Regents in 1987-88.

We're just asking that you think about what you do LETTERS TO, THE EDITOR I

before you do it, and try to find the safest way to go
about it. Travel in groups, whatever it takes to make sureyou're President should suits are, in fact, what this institu- his nominee should be elected into
tion is all about, and they need to the highest court in our kinder and
not alone. Take the necessary precautions to en- be attended to first'even
attend graduationsEditor when gentler nation without investigationand
sure your home is secure.It the event is a symbolic, and some examination into how this man
: I was surprised! at the what benign function like commen- feels about major issues surrounding -
may sound silly, but we're writing this in hopes that August commencement to discover cement. each of us in this country.

you'll listen to your peers. And as you get caught up in that attendance.President Lombardi was not in Thomas Gill Will Judge Souter be the much

the first week of school, please keep these deaths at the SurfsldeBush needed fifth vote that may toss out I
I later abhorred
to discover
top of your mind and treat them as seriously as they are. that was a more pressing NCAA event nominationnot the right for abortion? Or Affirm-
ative Action? I
elsewhere had taken precedenceover
the recognition of the scholastic fooling anyoneEditor Am I unfair to think that part of I
achievements of more than 2,000 : Litmus test? Uh I don't get the reason for his nomination is I
I students at the University.Over it. Does George think that Judge .that he agrees with the same posi-
alligatorEditor the years the University Souter is going to be tested for tion on these issues and others as I
has been accused of having its acidic qualities to make sure his 'the president and the Court!
Judy A. Plunkett priorities poorly set. Does this new PH balance is in sync? majority? I

Managing Editor Opinions Editor administration need to take any I wonder if President Bush imagines It is a shame that in, the final!
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier more explicitly symbolic actions to that Souter is immune to the decade of the 20th century we are|
demonstrate that its plan is to con- same questions that ousted Robert having to worry about ignorant and|
Letters Policy tinue to care less about what shouldbe Bork from Supreme Court nomina- narrow minds running our country
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be its fundamental task? tion because Bush is
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include a typed name address and telephone just such a -and our lives.It's a damn shame.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have any questions call It's about time that the ad- nicer guy than Reagan.Mr. Matthew D. Marqul!
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Alligator Writer "The Colonnade is more spreadout dents, called the Starting Line. students, Watson said. about Gainesville,"she said. "(UF)

and has a real pleasant atmo- The Starting Line, previously But Susan Sansalone, a civil en- should have a section in the Union,
Colonnade construction moved 'said Watson adviser known the Booth from the GPA ((Turlington Hall) or the Plazaof
sphere, Jim an as Lucy ( gineering senior, said the booth
the biannual Reitz Union information
in the Union Program Office. Peanuts comic strip),is manned by should be more comprehensiveand the Americas where studentscan
I, session indoors Monday, reducing "With the construction it's not as UP faculty and offers information more visible. Sansalone, whois go to get everything."
the number of
displays.But good, but I don't think this year's booklets on Reitz Union films,food assistant manager of the campus But Watson said this is the first
.' event coordinators say the three- event was any less successful." services, leisure courses, studentID family housing development Corry time he has heard complaints."My .
day event The Reitz Stuff cards, bike locks, state bicycleand Village, said new and foreign stu-
went off without a hitch. The Reitz Union barber shop, impression is that most
moped laws and the Gator Out- dents don't know where to go to
,, The event, which runs through Spinal Tech and the Career Re- door Recreation Program. get their questions answered. student's questions get an-
Wednesday on the Union's first source Center set up displays, a swered," he said. "The program
floor, highlights what the Unioncan "roving wizard" performed magic More than 18,000 students walk "There is nothing on campus tries to address student questionsor
offer students and provides trick % nd the Union's Host and through the Union each day. An- no one-stop shopping to get direct students to someone who
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attract and hold superior faculty," said Dan of NW 34 Street and Hull Road. have essentially no modern facili.
Alligator Shankland, former department chairman. Entomology is the study of insects while ties," Capinera said. "We have people that
UF department plagued by poor facilities "This department will not be able to compete nematology focuses on wormlike parasiteswho can't plug equipment in because they don't
and scattered resources will take a leap nationally, at state-of-the-art levels in play an important role in the breakdownof have electricity," Capinera said. "We have
into the modern world when its new building entomology or nematology, if it is confinedto organic material. people that literally had a light fixture fall
opens in November, the department chair- its present physical facilities," Shankland The research done by the department, on their work station. Some of our labs haveno
man said. which can be especially Important to farmers running water or no hot water.

For years, the entomology and nematol- said.The planned 10-acre() entomology and ,has been hampered by its surroundings, "The conditions are truly appalling," he
ogy faculty has struggled with plumbing, nematology park will pool the department's faculty members said. said. "We can't do decent research in our
rooms lacking electricity and running water 35 faculty members with state and federal The department is scattered, with about current facilities."
and long distances between facilities. The colleagues,making the facility the largest of 40 buildings in 20 spots spanning two miles. Entomology professor Jerry Butler said
program, one of the largest of its kind na- its kind in the world. Within those locations, faculty and students .Jhe; new building will make his job easier.see .

tionally, may overcome those drawbacks. The park will be located between the have to contend with less-than-perfect re- Building. page 9
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UF Housing director James
page 1 Grimm said the murders will
forces with county, state and make students more aware of Life in the
federal law enforcement agen- safety and housing officials
cies, he said. The grisly murders more cautious of safety mea- fast food lane.
also drew the attention of sures.
Gov. Bob Martinez and State ,

University System Chancellor "We're going to ensure that l DEAp\
Charles Reed, who Lombardisaid all our doors are locked the
offered their support and way they're'supposed to be," END II.
assistance."We said Grimm,who oversees the d ya
system that houses 95 percentof \. I
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cannot in any way be all freshman. '
indifferent or otherwise un- y (
concerned to things that hap- And Lombardi said the I
pen in our community," he 3,000 freshman whose first
said. day of school was filled with (
sudden horror will realize .
Lombardi said the possibility their's is not a "charmed
that a serial killer is respon- world." Gainesville is a city J
sible for the slayings has not just like any other, he said. .,'*
been ruled out, but added he It can be a slow
could not speculate until police This makes all of us realize death< if you're loadingup
release more information. that we live in the real world." 00 on highcholesterol -

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REACTIONfrom and Santa Fe Community Col- that may eventually
extended choke your arteries<
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counseling services for stu- and damage your
deeply,but I'm not worried for dents traumatized by the mur ta r heart.you're a teenager -
my safety," Yarborough said. ders. Meanwhile, some slow down on
"We've got a closeknit com- students are ready to put the fast food that's high in
munity." entire incident behind them. fat. Chances are it'll

"I'm sorry it happened and catch up with you
Yarborough said no one has everything, but I don't know 4 someday if you don't.American .
moved out of the southwest them," UF freshman Betsy t
Gainesville apartment com- Bishop said as she lounged in HeartAssociation
plex since police discoveredthe the shade on the Plaza of the
two bodies.Administrators. Americas Monday afternoon."I NATALEE WATERSALLIGATORUF i WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
guess if I knew them I'd feel president John Lombardi speaks at a news conference Monday 'tOUR LIFE
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u UNIVIR 11 Meetings Expansion Of Service. .. .

Safety and security of the entire univer- communications officers to report. any
sity community is of utmost concern to the The Office of Student Services is suspicious activity.

University of Florida. In light of recent off- operating a free "phone bank" today The Division of Housing provides a

campus violent crime from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Officeof security patrol from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

' the University Police Department as wellas Development and Alumni Affairs, seven days a week at all residence halls.
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services 355. the Office for Student Affairs, Housing 2012 W. University Avenue,just northof The patrols tour inside and outside
Hall and for at usual rates to
Tigert paid advertising
Florida Field. Students without access residence halls to make
\ official notices and Important Information to Division, and other administrative officesare primarily sure
students,(faculty and start Call 392 0188 lor Information. stepping up on-campus crime preven- to phones and who have not con- that doors are secure. At night, all doorsin
tion and safety services and recommending tacted their parents since the recent housing are locked at 10 p.m. For the

that students take extra precautions to tragedy: are encouraged to use the next few weeks, the Division of Housing

insure personal safety.All phone bank. is scheduling additional night-time security

UF students, faculty members and personnel in some areas. Brochures

Period staff are urged to attend an informational stressing safety awareness have been
Drop/Add to recent crime incidents, UPD has increased
meeting today at 4 p.m. in the Reitz Union the number of officers (both in distributed to all Division of Housing
Auditorium to discuss security measures residents. Residence hall students are

This Week; Fees and get an update on the status of the uniform midnight and shift plain as well clothes as increased) working patrolson the urged to contact resident assistants or

desks for assistance.
investigations.In area
Please feel free to ask
Are Due addition, UPD representatives will be campus. ADDITIONAL RESOURCESUF's
FridayLate assistance of UPD officers at night on
on hand today from 10 to 11 a.m. at a boothon
campus. UPD may be able to offer off- Counseling Center provides
the second-floor main of the Reitz
registration for fall term will con. lobby
campus assistance as well. Call 392-1111 counseling or other support for students
tinue today through Thursday in Florida Union to answer questions and offer stu-
for information. who need help} dealing with stressful
Gym from 8 a.m. to 4 Students dents safety tips for crime prevention mea-
p.m. UPD's Student Nighttime Auxiliary situations. The Center, located in 311 lit-
registering late will be charged a $25 late sures. Safety brochures and pamphlets will Patrol (SNAP), an on-campus escort ser- tle Hall, is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.
be available from 9 a.m. to 2
registration fee, in accordance with Boardof Government.Another vice, has expanded its free door-to-door Call 392-1575 for assistance or to schedule
booth, sponsored by Student .
Regents regulations. Late registration assistance from 6 p.m. until as late as information sessions for student groups.
must be completed by 4 p.m. Thursday. crime prevention information students call in and request the service. The Student Mental Health Unit,
booth will be set and Wednes-
Students with questions about late up today Call 392-SNAP and ask for an escort to within the Student Health Care Center,
should Office day in front of Florida Gym from 9 a.m.
call the
registration Registrar
meet you. SNAP also provides escorts to is available for 24-hour-a-day assistanceby
the to 4 Brochures describing UPD's Stu-
at 392-1374 and ask for registration p.m.
meet at at bus The Alachua
car or
you your a campus calling County
information extension. dent Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP)
escort service will also be available at the stop to accompany you to your on- Crisis Center also offers a 24-hour hotline
DROPADDThe / campus destination. at 376-4444.
Reitz Union Information Desk.In .
period for students to drop or add the meantime, UF students, facultyand The SNAP Express Van, a 15-passenger
courses or change course sections will staff are encouraged to be familiar van that provides free campus transportation Gator Connection 90
continue and from 8 is also available. The Van
today Wednesday with on-campus safety services and Express
a.m. to 4 p.m. The deadline for studentsto preventive steps they can take themselvesto begins its route at Library West at 6:30: Set For Thursday In

submit forms for dropping classes or be more alert. p.m., makes a complete campus route

changing course sections is 4 p.m. SAFETY MEASURESFOR with interval stops and pickups, return- O'Connell CenterGator
Wednesday. However, students can con ing to Library West one-half hour later. '
INDIVIDUALS Connection 90 information
tinue to add classes on Add Only The service runs until 1:30 an
Day Students to call their : a.m. Sunday
are urged parents session, rally and convocation for UF
from 8 a.m. to 4 Thursday. Students through and until 11:30 pep
p.m. to reassure them. Phone lines to Gainesvilleare Thursday : p.m.on freshmen and transfer students
should refer to the fall schedule of courses Friday.Another. sponsored
the of the
busy beginning semester, by the Office for Student Services
for information on drop/add/ procedures.FEE service, the
and many students have not had their campus emergency and President's Office, will be held at 7
DEADLINE phone service installed yet. A quick call telephone system, consists of 73 non- p.m. Thursday in the O'Connell Center.
dial outdoor telephones with direct line
The deadline to pay fees for fall term is home could relieve worried parents. a UF President John Lombardi! will
to UPD. More than 30 of the
Since three-fourths of UF's students live phones are
2:30: p.m. Friday. Student Financial Ser- welcome new students to the University
located at strategic points on
vices requests that, when possible, off campus, students on and off campus teeparkin in opening remarks, and representativesfrom
the rest located
students submit fees by mail or place should be alert for their own safety and throughout Student Government, sororities and
them in the drop box at the north end of follow basic safety precautions, including: $ garages. The phones are easily Identified fraternities and other UF groups and

the HUB. Students who fail to pay feesor Lock all doors to residences and blue by their orange boxes topped with organizations will be. on hand to meet
automobiles. lights. When a caller lifts the
make for deferments students.
arrangements by new
receiver, he or she is in immediate
the 2:30: p.m. Friday deadline will be Do not travel alone-travel only in tact with .con Gator football Coach Steve Spurrier and

assessed a $25 late charge, in accordance groups.Avoid yolice. other sports officials will discuss athletics at
with Board of Regents regulations. strangers. UPD's Crime Prevention Unit reminds UF, and UF cheerleaders, Gator Marching
Students may also person at Be alert for suspicious individuals and students that UF's more heavily trafficked Band and Mr. Two-Bits win! lead a pep ratty.

the HUB between rayand 2:30: p.m. situations.Use walkways are well lighted for safety. Asa The annual event, billed as UP s official

weekdays, but long lines are expected.Fee the "buddy system" to let were result, no one should have any reason "welcome back" party, is free. For more
payment should be made by check or friends and roommates know not to walk on these lighted sidewalks, as information, contact the Office for Stu-

money order. you're going, what route YOU plan to they crisscross the entire campus. dent Services,3921261.
use and estimated time of arrival and In addition to police officers patrolling

return.For safety and crime prevention campus, the Nighttime Building Security THIS .

assistance, call UPD at 392-1111. program provides for personal safety
Info Meeting On ON-CAMPUS SAFETY MEASURES and building security during night hours. CAM US S
Student employees, under the directionof

Grad FellowshipsTo UPD provides 24-hour police service police officers, are equipped with police
seven days a week to the UP campus. Due radios and have instant contact with UPD

Be Held Sept. 4It

Marston Science Tours Available- '
is not too early for seniors and ; 'TODAY
graduate students to begin exploring and ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "The Natural
applying for grants and fellowships forthe Workshops. Seminars Can Be Arranoed History of Sugar Preferences in Birds,"by
199 -92 academic UF zoology doctoral student Carlos Mar-

An information meeting year.will be held at The Marston Science Library is offering p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 6, tinez del Rio, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.

7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4, in 361 Reitz free tours and instruction in the use of p.m.: Saturday and 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. WEDNESDAY .
Union to discuss of the available LUIS (Library Users Information Service), FLORIDA PLAYERS' "MIDSUMMER
many Librarians with individual
the online library catalog, by appointmentfor subject ex- NIGHT'S "
DREAM 8:15 Constans
opportunities. Faculty representativeswho p.m.
available to
pertise are give
15 presentationsto
of five to ,
will be groups people Theatre Main Continues
on hand to answer questions Stage.
classes, seminars through
graduate and other
In addition, training sessions for CD-
about application procedures and selec- Sept. 1. Tickets, $6.50 for
In addition, the
library will offer'special
ROM and other electronic will groups.
tion criteria are listed below: products and free for UF students, available from
be held weekly, and each session will presentations, including a work.
FULBRIGHT Grants for Graduate shop for students their University Box Office,9:30: a.m.to 5 p.m.
beginning thesesor
focus on a different product.. Space is
Study Abroad, H.J. Doherty, 392-1518; weekdays.
and seminar
RHODES Scholarship Program and limited, and sign-up sheets are availablein a on scientific ,CONTINUING'
literature.For .
MARSHALL Scholarship Program, the CD-ROM notebook at the Marston REGISTRATION FOR UP' ALL-IN-

Karelisa Hartigan, 392-1519; MELLON Science Library's second-floor informa- more information on the tours or ONE PHOTO ID CARDS: ,'9 a.m. to 2:30:

Fellowships in)\the Humanities, James tion desk. other Marston Science Library programs, .p.m.'at mobile unit next to HUB and in
Scott, 392-1261; NATIONAL SCIENCE Assistance with scientific information: or to arrange library presentations for basement of Tigert Hall or from 9 a.m. to
FOUNDATION Grants, John Koran, needs is available at the library's information classes or groups, call Alice Primack, in- '3:30: pan. on the second floor of the Reitz

392-4646; ROTARY Scholarship, Frank desks from 8:30: a.m.to 9 p.m. Mon, struction coordinator. at. 392-2822 or Uni n/ Students::should bring Social
Maturo, 3921097. day through Thursday, 8:30: a.m. to 5 392-2836.: Security card,picture ID and$5.For.more

The University of Florida U an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative/ Action Institution, i information, call 392-UFID.



SENATEfrom themselves to the student body. the election codes to be vetoed
BLOCK SEATING page 5 "Any student should be able to either, but is confident that senators \
announce their intention to run," will support the veto.
"I had it would't be vetoed
he said. hoped
case on the Senate floor during the
A REPRESENTATIVE FROM summer meeting because he hada SG Finance Committee because we needed to give us (Stu-
Chairmain Chris Tompkins said if dent Governent) one shot to thecommittee's
test the next day,and vetoed the "
.- EACH BLOCK MUST bill the last week of the summer senators support the veto then the recommendations,
f semester. election will have to run under the Tompkins said.
't ATTEND THIS MEETING! Browne said he vetoed the bill old laws. Sen. Nelson Miranda, an elec-
r;. because he wants those running Pat.Siracusa, who headed the tion codes committee member,
.I. .tj Wednesday, August 29 for Student Government positionsto election codes revision committee, said Monday he didn't know why
be able to campaign informally said senators should override the Browne vetoed the bill. '
'O/ at 8:00
\ : p.m. before the election. He also wants veto and leave the bill the way it "I'm very upset because we
k. Leigh Hall Room 207 one and a half weeks of formal stands. worked for two months on it," he
campaigning,not the two and a half Although Siracusa was againstthe said.
Applications can be picked up at Florida Field Gate 13 or at the outlined in the newly changed extra week of campaigning, he Browne said if senators keep the
Student Government Office on the 3rd floor of the Reitz Union. codes. said the bill should remain the veto, then he will submit another
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: AUGUST 29 at 4:00: p.m. He also said students who run same even if it means keeping the bill with'amendments that will '
I For more information contact: Joey Todd 392-1665 or 335-9070 without a party should be able to extra week. shorten campaign time and allow {
informally campaign to introduce Tompkins said he didn't want for more informal campaigning.


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out information about the Ham just to make money,but that mem- membership fees.
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GOES INTO OVERTIME' Sunday night comedy line-up draws big crowdsBy

{ started. the show's 8:30 the has his
111, JAMES DUBREUIL By : p.m. "Simpson's" helped
; airtime more than 250 viewers Sunday night business.
Gainesville-The Alligator Writer
Union fJ" L squeezed into the bar located at "Anyone that has a satellite has
Barber and Style Shop is sporting j.ft; '. Local bar owners are finding out 1728 W. University Ave. been packed-up on Sunday's,"
new hours. they are able to cash-in on English major Courtney Owen Reichardt said. "Bar owners are
n \ television's Fox Network. said he makes it a point to visit the buying satellites just so they can
Mon-Thurs 8am-7pm ,,- The absence of Fox on Cox Purple Porpoise every Sunday eve- show The Simpson's."
Friday 8am-5pm :..... Cable, Gainesville's only cable ning."I.
>>J Reichardt said satellite dishes,
company,has allowed bars like the come here because it's Sunday
Saturday 9am-2pm Purple Porpoise,Joe's Deli and P.J. night,there's nothing to do and It'san which cost more"than $1200, "are
UCall O'Rileys to meet the demands of excuse not to study and be with really paying off.
people wishing to watch "The your friends," Owen said. P.J.O'Rileys is also experiencingthe
392-1610 for an appointment or just walk in! Simpson's "Married With" Children" The craving for Fox comedy was Sunday night hysteria.The .
and "In Living Color. also felt at Joe's Deli, 2028 S.W.
The Sunday night line-up of com- 34th St., where a smaller crowd of sports restaurant at 1900
edy shows has people crowdinginto more than 100 people waited for S.W. 13th St. has turned away pa-
the three bars as early as an infamous underachiever Bart trons because they reached capac-
NEW ACUVUE NFL hour before their showtime.At Simpson to"say, "Hey man, don't ity seating.
the Purple Porpoise more have a cow! Fox recently moved 'The Simp-
DISPOSABLE CONTACTS than 175 people claimed their seat Joe's Deli manager Edwin sons" to Thursday nights for the
an hour before "The Simpson's" Reichardt said the ability to show Fall season.a .

FRATfrom chapter's attention." report from Chi Phi's national
$3.25/Lens, page 5 Thomas could not cite reasons headquarters before it takes ac-
for the member's banishment from tion, if any at all. Scott added he
also the fraternity, but said most were heard there were "problems" in
$85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam investigation was a chance to the fraternity house, but does not
f I alert members of national's watch- inactive anyway. He said the pun-
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"We saw a slide taking place Chi Phi's national director could Greek Affairs Assistant Dean
Millhopper Optical Th-::. as great a commitment as in the Student Services Dean James national leaders to reorganize
past. It was a chance to get the Scott said his office is waiting for chapters.
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'for rent-ROCKWOOD VILLAS N/S F needed for Aug-Dee or for 'full yr Ii Classifications D How to place a
1 FURNISHEDLarge 3br/3ba scrn porch pools, tennis. $220/mo + 1/2 utll. call Laura at 332-

$875/mo. Sylvia 395.5482 days, 332- 0743. .. '. ..
:-,', i:" ', ,'.. ": > classified ad:
bdr In 20 min. Irom 831-4-2
I apt country, 8536 eves. :
campus $350/coupl, $300/slngle. Incl. Prof student to live w/2 vet students. 2.5 ; 1For: Rent t furnished

utll/phone. N/S only no pets/children. 2 bedroom, central heat & air, 809 NW ml. to Shands. W/D, own bath. Pets In Person:
Sec dep. r.q. 378.1278. 41.t Av. No pete, lease $245/mo. 376- $160/mo. + 1/3 ut. call 375-3118 leave ".;..: 2 '. For Rent t Unfurnished Cash, check, MC or VISA.

5449. 8-30-3-2 message. 8-31-5-5 .3 Mobile Homes
BRANDYWINE 2 bdr/2 bt condo rental The Alligator Office

(unit or roommate), turn for 4, new carpets 2 Housemates needed for clean quiet Female nil wanted to share 2 bdr/2 ba apt For Kent/Sale/ 1105 W. University! Ave.

& paint $500/mo. Call Kathy 3723894. home In NW area, I ml to UF. Security In SPYGLASS. Wanted Immediately.Call "4'Sublease M.F 8 sm 4 pm
8-31-5-1 bars 'fenced 335-5591. 8-31-5-5 Ho. sep.t.. -
yard, garage only : Main Bookstore
150.00/mo. + 1/3 Utll. II 75 call 378-0667, '..; 5. Roommates ;. ,......;/'-.:"> *..::,.; Hub Customer Service Desk
Roommate Wanted furnished 2-
1 bedroom apt wkitchen, bath living 828-1-2 Female "
room, private entry. Bike to UF, lovely NW bedroom house washer, dryer, microwave :: 6'for Safe \;: ). M. F 8 am 4:30 pm

area. $300 Includes utilities. Call 374- Williamsburg Village Large 1 bedroomapt TV $170 monthly, near Shande 0 ) '7' Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier's Office

8834. 8-31-4-1 spacious porch, near Shands. call 371-6119. 829.3SeCOUNTRYSIDES .'. :' .. .. .. M-F lI.m. 9 pm
Available for 9 or 12 month lease. 367- ,.;: 8 t Motorcycles Sat A Sun Closed
1 bdr In a 2bdrl1 b. house, NE gville. Inexpensive 1253. 2000 SW 16 St. 831-4-2 .. ** 0

modest (urn. 10 mln bike to 3BR 2BA on quiet lot fenced yard ceiling ,9 :.::AutoS ::;? ::: '. :::.;. ,/ Medical Bookstore, Shands
UF Call Jerry 335.7688 or 371.3233 and Duplex Apt. For Rent: fans washer/dryer $200 plus 1/2 util., n/s, :*1 10: :Wanted t (:: ":;:;:' M- F. 8 am 4 I.30 pm

Iv m... 8-31-4-1 I BR, Ir, kit, bath ac/hat 332-6531. 8-29-4-5 ''
3 blocks 'from UF 11 : .Services' :::' ::.:.:: '., By Mail:
1 bedroom In a 3 bdr house $160 utilities 1 block off Univ. Ave. FEMALES to share home w/ 2 rooms to : Use forms appearing weekly

3758329. 9-7-8-1 $265.00 monthly plus securityCall rent I w/prlvate bath. 1 block to campussororltles. -.12: Typing Services '. In the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
Security ac, w/d,
3381839. 9-4-5-2 system mail MC VISA
parking 3754532. 8-31-5-5 .13 Help Wanted ',. or checks only.

FOR RENT: Pvt. suite for m/f clean reap. NS adult :14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: "
couple, child. Lg. quiet homePool, appl, VISA "Mastercard1
: \ Payment by or
2 UNFURNISHED |tram po., parking avail 3 bike from UF. Reserve Roommates room Available for fall. .:,15 l Personals. ; ,." .. ONLY Five dollar minimum.. '
Pet neg. $300/mo share ut 371.2558. your
B-29-2-2 Bus service to UF and SFCC. ..16.. .Connections M.F8.3O.4pm.
Walk to Santa FE CC, I BDR 270280.
turn unfurn. $175-$250 room
or per Notices r .,
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 17
1 block to UF, large rooms, util paid, matemonth.MZ Q How to correct
Plus LMR. Pool
laundry, no cats or dogs.
Inc. Realtor 375-0207
Prop. Mgmt.
f Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- 'locked mailbox, cable, nice $150-175 also
76-2 ,1 bd eff SW Old Archer Rd, utll paid, quiet 9-14-14-5 19 Pets cancel your ad:

376-3291. 9-5-6-2 .
M rmmt needed for own room In 4 bdr .
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, qul.twasherdryer 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:
house 3 blk from UF. Central hl/ac, .
Almost 2 BR .
new Duplex, carpet cent .
'< .
available In most units for j "" : "' Call 373 FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4
wa/dry $200/mo + 1/4 utll. Call 335- pm.
'heat/air storage bldg, w/d hookup, patio,
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 ft 2 Bath 6409. 8-31-5-5 No refunds can be given.O .
$250-$37S see ft Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- SW area. Available now 4755452. 8-29-

'f ,78-2 2.2 Female roommate needed to share 4 When will your ad run? Alligator errors:

INCREDIBLE Casablanca West 2br 21/2ba dsh dsp con bdr/3 ba house w// pool and hot tub. 3 Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.
a/c cell fn levelers' wsh/dry screened patio miles from UF $275 + 1/2 utilities. Call Call 373-FIND with any corrections be-

Starting Efficiency$185 Apt. pool/club house no pets $535 call 371. 373-3247. 8-31-5-5 Classifieds will begin TWO fore noon THE ALLIGATOR' IS ONLYRESPONSIBLE
Starting at $235 / 2 B.droomMEADOWCREST 1931. 8-31-4-2 M/F. CONDO own bdr, central heat/ac DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor-

110 NW 39th Ave House 'for Rent Large 3bdrl1 ba for wash/dry $230, no utilities. 3768983. 8- Ads mailed in or placed at the rected ads will be extended one day.

378-3988 $450/mo. Close to UF, gas, wash/dry 3155F Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
hookup, carport. Call 335-4216 Leave placing the ad Changes called after
375-3861 8-31-4-2 'for 2bdr/1 1/2bs. 175 mo + 1/2 of utll. THREE days to appear.. Ads in
message. the first will
12-14-76-2 day not be compensated.may .
Close to SFCC & Mall. Lve mess. 332-
run for any length of time
2br/1.5ba twnhs 3209 SW 26 Terrace. 1460 8-30-3-5
Check Customer error or changes:
Our New Specials'All and be cancelled at time.
Clean, spacious, good condtlon, near UF. any
Amenities Available Corrections must be made
in person at
$335/mo 377-6622 eves. 8292.2 Sorry, but there can be no refunds
to share 2 bdr/2 ba condo at Rockwood Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
Roommates Availabl.W.'r. $100 off let month's rent! Phoenix Apts. Villas w/ 22-yr-old female student.NONSMOKER for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction tee.
No. I
2bdr"ba $325/mo close to UF/Shands, all
REGENCY OAKS amenities cent ac/ht, pets ok. 378-1802 NO PETSEv.rythlng
378-5766 918152COUNTRY provided except food,
3230 SW Archer Road phone, & bedroom 'furnishings.This ROOMMATES FOR SALE1
COUNTRY GARDENS SETTING 2BR off 34 St. Is just the right situation for

373.4500 Great for serious student, quiet, wooded, the "settled"Junior/sr/grad student CASABLANCA W. rmmt needed 'for Crlmeetopper Car Alarms, K-40 rf sitar
2001 SW 16th Street pet ok, cent A/H $285 who can afford $385/mo. Call 2bdr/2.5ba wa/dry, tern patio, cell tns. Detectors, Infinity, Ssneul, Sony,
12-14-76-2_ 336-9069 anytime. 8.31-4.5 Avail ASAP $260/mo 1/2 utll 3353127. Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo.
MILL RUN 2BR 2 1/2BA Townhouse, We Beat All Prleee 3733754. 12-14-76-
Under the trees for duplex/house 1 1/2/ pool, deck, ceiling fans, just painted, pet HOUSE close to UF. Quiet, considerate, Male roommate wanted own room furnished "
mil S. UF SW 13 St. for serious or professional ok. $450SOUTHFORK responsible M or F. Cats: no smoking. utilities $295. 375-8126 336- Nice clean modern 'furniture and antiquesall
person $235/mo yr lease or 250/mo $175 112. 1212 NW 4th Ave. 371- 6134 8-30-3-5 at reasonable prices. Come take a

9 mo, 3766183. 8-31-5-2_ OAKS Avail 09/1, 2BR, 1 0826. 9-4-5-5 look. THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 511 SW
1/28A Townhouse, pool hook-ups, dishwasher Female' responsible, for beautiful 4th Ave. 3726577. M/C 0 VISAAMEX..
Duplex 2 bedroom 1 bald. Stove re frig carpet. $450 2 bedroom/1 ba $175 4 blocks 'from UF. 2bdr/2ba In REFLECTIONS $350 + 1/2

I= dishwasher garbage dlap. AC laundryroom. 411 NW 15 St. 371-7777. 9-4-5-5 utilities and well worth Itl Call 3322297. ** **AIR CONDITIONER*** *

Near new, fairly close to campus SPACIOUS 2BR I 1/2BA Townhouse, large, 1 small REASONABLE 377-9615.
$395. 462-4964. near Mall, dishwasher, hook-ups, cent F semi-serious. student to share Own Master Bdroom In fully 'turn townhouse 9-17-15-6
A/H./ Ready Nowl' $325 2bdrl1 ba nice house I block 'from cam wash/dry, heat/ac. Pool, tennis.
2 BR 1 BA house I block from campus pus. Ac, wish/dry private yard. No pets.. $200/mo + 1/4 utll. Call 332- FUTON ft FRAME

385.00 month 1814 N.W. 1st Ave. 375. KEY MANAGEMENT $225/mo 1/2 utll. French speaker would 4333. 8-31-3-5 From only $200set.Call .

3985. 8-29-3-2_ b.gr..t. 373-6971. 9-4-5-5 Al 3733127. 9-17-15-8
2 weeks FREE RENT 2 bdr $339 4 blocks 372-3060 M/F roommate needed 'for 2bdr/2b mobile DESKS (all sizes' ), Computer furniture.
north of UF, water paid central' air, 421 home In SW Archer area 11/2 ml'from TYPESETTER- Bookcases, File
Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk cabinets Chairs (all
NW 15 Street
3717777. 8-31-5-2 SUBLEASE: UF 1200/mo + 1/2 Ut. 376-4808. 373- drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 'film cannlsters. styles) & more In stock guarnateed lowest -

2 weeks FREE RENT Huge 2 bdr/2 ba 2581. 8-31-4-5 Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 prices. THE OFFICE MART 690 NE
4 HOUSEAPT.Sublease yrs. Perfect 'for small 23 Ave. 3737518. 9-19-17-8
typesetting jobs.
$369. 1000 sq 'feet. Bel Air Apartments Live In LUXURY, own rm/ba, pool Good machine for
r'',, 838 NW 28 Av. 371-7777. 8-31-5-2 Jacuzzi, garage, w/d 'frpl, huge house 5 .m.lltyp. shop. System IBM S.III, excellent
2br"ba Sep-Dec. New carpet Includes 3 rolls 8 In. RC film 18 font cond $70. IBM Sel II
Walk to UF. Studios, 1.2, ft 3 bedroom fenced yard, w/d. dishwasher. 1st & last 6591/332-4141.mln from UF. n/s 9-4-5-5, $250/mo 1/4 ut 336- disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at corrector, excellent cond $210. Type

apartments just north of UF 411 NW 15 keep my deposit!. $350/mo. Call 332- 373-9928 'for more Info. your 4964.own papers and save money 462-
2600. 8-29-3-4
St. 3717777. 6-31-5-2 N/S r-mate needed to share 4-br apt at
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 mere
A studio for $245, 1 bedroom $260-349 2-story 1 bedroom 1 bath In Archer Woodgate Manor. All major appliances brands are all al our New Location! Car Oak-finished entertainment center $65.
unit. Own br 140 Plus 1/4 utll.
at mo.
by UF, very nice, must see. 411 NW 15 Woods. $329/mo. Sublease through 3321048. per Stereo Specialists/ 3211 .NW.13 St.. 372- 2.8 student desk $10. Call 3366741. 8-2J-
Street. 3717777. 8-31-5-2 May 1991. Call 373-8987. 8-30-3-4 9-4-5-5 2070. 12-14-78-6
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1 bedroom apt close to UF, hospital MICRO CENTERComputers 378-1148 BEDS BEDS BEDS ,
Near pool. $320/mo/ sublease through 5 ROOMMATESVEGETARIAN M/F ns 'for 3bdrm/2ba house, pool, w/d, Editor'a choice 0 Hewlett Packard NEW FURNITURE USED
December. Call 335-1146 after 3 pm. 8- I fireplace, new carpet close to UFo Northgate. Price lower than mall-order. Lowest Discount Prices
30-4-2 or VEGAN to hare spacious ,$210/mo + 1/3 utll, call Ginny 335.5751, Systems below, Include 1mb,40mb((28msj) Dumas Discount
1 1 bedroom apt at Arlington Squareat 392-8953 am.' 8-31-4-5 Harddlsk graphics monitor. MC 286/12 1421 NE 8th Ave. 371-4422
$1195 MC .. ..8,28248NATURAL
SPACIOUSONE 190/mo call,Leigh at 3785980. 8-31- $1370; Northgate
BEDROOM APT. 5-5 1 Female 21.28 to share 3B/2.6BH In 388/20 $2399. Leading Edge'laptop w/40
ONLY $273MO.LYONS Greenwich Green Exec Amenities free MB hd & battery $2395. a 2 year warrantles. -' LEATHERS

.... APT I Roommate Wanted nit f 230/mo + 1/2 cable, w/d, 250 "c/210m. Avail. Imrned.. Onsite' warranties. Panasonic handcrafted bags, backpacks, briefcases,
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 I bills. Own Bdr/Ba Rockwood Villas 371- Call 335-6105 1180 printer $185, HP Laser Jet lip belts, sandals ft more Write N.N. PO Box
12-14-76-2 :3116.' 8-31-5-5 9-4-5-5 $1049. 3743 W. University Ave. 12-14- 398435 MB FL 33239 free catalogue or
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1090 GOLD MEDAL WINNEROur Mull SELL two king size canopy BEER LIGHTSI) All types 7 brands totally Moving Sale: Wicker living roorn furniture,
DIXIE GRAPES, for julct. Six other waterbeds. Price Negotiable. Call 374- classy decor 530. Call Rots eves 377- bedroom furniture & house full of more. GOVERNMENT HOMES 'from $1 (U repair -
kinds lor eating jelly or WINE. On 10 6818. 8-31-5-6 8656. 8-31-4-6 Including plants TV & microwave. Call ). Delinquent tax proptrty. Repossessions. .
acres, quantity dlicounti. Crevasse's 3353543. 9-4-5-6 Your ares ((1)I) 805-887-6000
Vineyard 1 ml. N. on Archer on US 41, One-way airline ticket from Tampa to Buf 75 Volvo wagon $1200 obo, 80 Rabbit Ext. GH-9480 for current repo list 9-
follow large signs,open 9-8 pm, 495.2428 falo. Good only 8/31. $100 or best offer. $1000. Dorm frig $80. Nlshikl racing bike Love seat, 2 sleeper sofas,wicker chairs, 11-11-7"
.v... 9.79.6ADVANCED Call 395-5291 or 3710577. 8-29-3-6 Shimano bks/grs $200 obo. Call 336- recliner, spool table. Singer .sewing machine
0093. 8-31-4-6 A more. Call 4953847. 8-31-4-6 Take over payments, no equity required.
Car Stereo Plus Offering: FURN SALE: Contemporary couch set Condo 2 bdr/2 be. Let It pay for college.
Harmen Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba $195 Glass klchn tbl $35,GE dorm /fridge *FOR SALE* COUCH AND CHAIR SET Super single soft-sided Oaks Mall area, 'loft-style study area,
Crunch. Halter Melvse alarm 125 NW 23 3.8 cu It 300BO. Call 3350809. 8-31 COFFEE TABLE Waterbed, heater, sheets, wash/dry, porch. Call 4078629522. 8-
Ave 371-4371. 12-14-76-0 5-6 $125 Obo Call Gary 375-1889. 8-28-1-6 excellent condition $90. Call 31.5.7
374-6531, ask for Mike. 9-4-5-6
Computer System Zenith AT style, 640K ,Complete twin bd $60. gas grill $25, Bicycles In excellent condition Raleigh 3 1656 SW 16 St-Somerset Village 2bdr/1
RAM, 20m HD, math coprocessor. UPS, typewriter! $60. i b/w/ TV $30. All prices speed, Schwinn 10 speed Octane 10 ELITE 1/2 ba w/ loft, refurbished 1 block from
color monitor. Brother Twlnwrlter printer obo. Call 332-8185 message. 8-29-3- speed, range in $ 'from 35 to 95. Mike COMPUTER SYSTEMSSimply Shands. $55,000 $5500 down, good
wsheet feeder. $1900. Call 332-0129. 6 332-0275 eve. 8-31-4-6 terms Call Jim or Betty 904-344-3701 or
6-31-5-6 the best In quality, 7267096. 9-11-10-7
Sleeper sofa w/2 chairs, 2 endtables. 2 Men's Motobacane 12-speed, like new, service and price Cell 3351300.
Dresser $15,desk $30 sewing machine & 'lamps, coffee table & foyer table $250 $140. Make offer 373-3647. 8-29-2-6 Assumable, 8.5'1'' fixed, 10 dwn, only
stand $50, single" bed $50, b/w TV $25, all 'for all. Kitchen table w/4/ chairs $40 335- 9.1 8-1 5.8 $310/mo. Adorable 1br tnhse w/loft. coil
Items obo. Ask for Kim 3748264. 8-31- 5650. 8-29-3-8 Twin size spring &mattress(Sorts Perfect fin, skylit inside laundry & 2 decks.
5-6 Sleeper) with frsm. Good Condition Queen size H20 bed complete $50. 336- Very open & spacious fir plan in quiet area
SALE $70. Call 4953306. Will deliver. 8-28- leave message. 9-4-5-6 w/beautiful/ landscaping. Call eve/wkd
Two men's bikes 1 10-speed 27* Matching sofa & chair' sleeper sofa, foldout 1-6 374-4923 or 378.4702. 8292.7
Motobecant, 1 10-speed 24* Fuji $125. chair ft sleeper, and more. Call 378- FOR SALE Kitchenette table w/4 chairs
each or $200 for both 2 baby seats In. 1795. 8-29-3-6 Dorm $50. dorm-size fridge $75 bar $45 lamp 20 Acres Beautiful oaks, huge pines hickory -*
Frig 1 yr old coo condition $95. $10. All
prices negotiable. Call 374-
cluded. Bruce 3766414. 8-31-5-6 etc., balance' Improved pasture
BED. SINGLE. Wood frame, single mattress Shipping trunk large $75. Air ticket fr All 9590. 9-4-56 owner financed low down 2950/a./ 332-
$100, Includes sheets and liner, no to G'vllle expires Mar 1991 503721981. 0275 eves. 8-31-4-7
DISCOUNT HI-FI delivery. Dennis 372-2857. 8-31-5-6 8-29-2-6 DORM SIZE LARGE

722 S.Main REFRIG like new $100
The Red
Bldg. **.*AIR CONDITIONER*** Couch set $50, Dining Table/Chrs $60 two end tables $40 each 8 MOTORCYCLES
WE ARE CHEAPER 12,000 BTUs that ,fits i cools Cory/Dia Ent. Center $75, Desk $35, Bkihelf, $25 373-0798.
mond Village Apartment under warranty TV stand $7.; 26400 SW 38th PL, Behind 81 YAMAHA MAXIM Low miles, extras,
$$"$$$$SSSS'U"'SS'SS'$ 377-9615 9-17-15-6 Hunter's Run. 8-30-3-6 4 Sale Kenmore Washer Dryer Both In helmet cover. EXCELLENT CONDITION
Need HELP for Booming Business good working condition. Will sell separate $800 OBO 371-6371 or 375-0172. 8-29-
Excellent Pay In 4.10 hrs/week King size WATERBED with all accessories Entertainment center $125 Integ amp or as set, asking $250.00 'for set 377-
Call 375-4875. comes with 12 dresser drawers. $150, tuner $100, CD player $85 'large S847. 8-31-4-8 *MOPEDI TOMAS GOLDEN BULLET-
924206CHEAP Best Offer. 3772440. 8-28-1-6 advents $175 TV tray tables. 376-7377 new at x-mas, jet black w/gold trim) 313
mes. 8-30-3-6 ELECTRONIC TYPEWRITER Olivetti miles $800 obo 472.2550 after 6 pm. 9-
Gray DOOR STORE Hlde-a-bed sofa, Praxis 30 dual keyboard, daisy wheel. 4-6-6
RADAR great condition $80. 332-7484 leave 2 quality 10-apeed BIKES RALEIGH $125, Sacrifice $150. Call Joy at 3324069.
Detectors 0 All Brands 375.4875 message. 9456Sotaloveseat Araya $125. 8-31-4-6 Kawasaki GPZ550 1985 Like New 10000
9-24-20-6 2 acoustic GUITARS Yamaha $125, Epl. miles Asking $1100 Neg. Call 332-3675.
set. Panel, colors, good phone $150 376-7377. 8-30-3-6 Queen size' FUTON. Quality construction, Leave messaos If no answer.
***DESKS*** ((7)) $75 each condition $300. Glass & brass cocktail excellent condition, $110. Call my'at
and 25 chairs, $5 each. and side table set $100. Call Linda 395- Queen size sleeper sofs. Good condition. 373-7276. 8-31-4-6 9
*FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE 0094 (w) or 336-7424 (eve). 8-31-4-6 $75 obo. 335-0371 (save message. 8-29- AUTOSHonda
Call 372-3336 day 338-0004 after 7 pm. 2-6 CLUB GRAVITY 15 N. Main Gainesville's Need
9-24-20-6 DESK (wood), MIRRORS. Newest Night Club. FREE DRAFT with Accord LX 3 door H/B '83 auto
Dressers, Stereo Cart, more. Chespster Sale. Queen bed $60, chairs paid admission. 8-28-1-6 A/C, cass. tint blue ext/interlor. Less
Queen size WATERBED, custom 'frame, Good Quality and Condition. lamps. 5,heater 20, sofa 15, grill 15, rug than 65K miles. Excel condition 3.800
mirrored headboard, extras $300. 332- Low prices. 378'1450.v.nlng.. 3, ladder 3, chaise lounge 2, husband 4. COUCHES FOR SALE- 10 PIECE SECTIONAL peg 3729798. 8-29-3-9
3418. 8-31-5-6 8-31-4-6 Call 3716632. 8292.8 PIT COUCH $150 LOVE SEAT
$40. CALL 336-9711 ANYTIME. 9-4-5-6 1988 ISUZU PUP TRUCK for sale 5-
speed, 16,500 miles, like new $5500 or
best offer. Call Susan 3322290. 8-31-S,

Elec. Typewriters $49 Honda Accord LX a/c Sap am/fm stereo
Microwave $39 ps/pb nice color 1 body very good condition
cruise ctr for $4700 or best offer ask
Elec. Guitars $49 for WA (H)371-OS51) or (W1371-9388) 8-
35mm Cameras $59
Gold Standard 377-2646 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix Brougham.
8-28-1-6 Power everything Incl. moon roof. Exe.
condition $3000. 3781253. 9-10-10-9

For home or office Nice couch $200, love
seat $180, both $350. Neutral color, 88' HONDA CRX white wblue Interior
heavily padded vinyl 'leather, $8900 Obo. Call 371-9886.
DICTIONARIES oak frame. 3738310. 8-28-1-6
Suspicion breeds confidence ((42))

1978 Buick Regal actual mileage 48,000,
1988 FIERO, SE, black, sunroof, 56000
air condition, am/fm radio In good condi
: original miles, in perfect condition. Must
tion. 2000 or best offer call Nancy 378-
America Hecttato Dictionary $ 17.95 6475. 9-4-5-6 sell $4800. Call 3775528. 8-31-4-9

./0-- of ao IqJIIIaI.8apaao 112495 1980 FORD F-150 PICKUP EXCELLENT
])Jet :S 117.95 Beautiful King size waterbed and twin size CONDITION. $2395/Best/ Offer Call 371-
Wobieele"iiOl "' box spring ft mattreas. Best offer call 1073. 9-7-8-9
:S 11195 338.8425. 8-31-4-6
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1984 Plymouth Horizon 4-dr hatchback, HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
crystal beige, clean AM/FM/ radio. Good Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class boarding woodier facilities 00 Ki-Ly I
cond, runt well. For a great deal 377. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie't FineJewelry hay rides parties sales working
4439. 3739243. 12-14-76-10 students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080.

GREAT BUYII Toyota Starlet'1982 Air Wanted: nursery coordinator $6.00/hr./ *SUNBELT MOVING*
Call 370-1527) Tues and Wed. 8:30.3:30: :
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Professional Moving/Packing ft Supplies.
$1700 firm-Call 376-0912. 8-29-2-9 Childcare/ experience a must! 9-4-5-10, 1- ItemHouse lull Local/Lng dlst. G'ville's BestSelection

Llc/lns. Priced for Students! Marty 375-
Nissan Sentra ,1988 blue, 2.dr, 4-speed, Babysitter wanted with great sense ot MOVE. 12-14-76-11' of
excellent condition, good stereo w/ humor, energetic & responsible. Unique
AM/FM & cassette $5000 obo. Call 372- setting transportation ft references required. HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm ft POSTERSGator
9530 anytime. 8-31-4-9 Call after 6:30 pm 4852297. 8- Equestrian Ctr, The ultimate In care &
28-1-10' facilities. 15 min from UFI Jan 376-7762.
89 Honda Civic hatchback SI power sunroof Trshirts
new tires, black w/tmt/ Pioneer stereo Come feel the lorce ol Gravity at CLUB ACADRC
mats, 30* MPG $9250 335-1142, GRAVITY, 15 N Main. FREE DRAFT with Campus Alcohol and Drug Resource Center GATOR GIFTS
leave mess. paid admission. 6-28-1-10 124 Tigert Hall Information Brochures
Pamphlets Posters Films ( Wall Murals
'1989 NISSAN PULSAR burgundy/grey/ 5- 11 SERVICESNW 392-1261 8-31-5-11
speed, air, am/lm, brand new condition,
Want that special dress but can't afford It Fun
under Call 338.4055 between
warranty. Mini at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
storage and Mom not hers to sew It-Let me sew
8am and 4.15;' pm. 9-14-13-9' near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from that dream dress from your Ideas or my Risque Gifts
$20, 10% disc to students. 332-8917.
original deslons I aura 3728789. 8-31-5-
BUICK SKYLARK 1981' Custom 4door.
'12-14-76-11' THE SIMPSONS
Well-maintained, runs well $1400' Call Campus Alcohol and Drug Resource
Amy 373-7276. 8-31-2-9 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Center presentations* dims Nature T'Shirts
Get confidential testing and treatment at Information practicum and Internshipopportunities
For Sale Volvo Coupe Mint Condi.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 12. 3921261. 8-31-5-11 I OAKS MALL
ton Runs Great $200 or Best Offer Call
Mike ,1-463-1350 or 1-463-2918 TAt! .
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75 HONDA CIVIC CVCC good condition, Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1-
ducing fingernail rings. Specials for
runs well, many new parts, $650 Call 334- Item/Hie Full. Days/Eves. Long dis. 399. Come and check us out. 1714W.
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Typing ** Typsetting ** Resumes person at: 1105 W University Ave. (No
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through September Advanced Pest Con. Ing, working student accepted. Farrell College only need apply. AA/EOE. 8.31. Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
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Farley slides into

Open's main drawBy

in the tournament for the second

1Cn Alligator Staff Writer consecutive year.
Farley, ranked seventh in the
After surviving a qualifying country last year, was tested first
match she would rather have by East Germany's Eva Pfaff, No.
avoided, UF sophomore tennis 57 in the world in 1989. Farleywon

player Andrea Farley takes on 2-6, &1 13..
Belgium's Sandra Wasserman "(Pfaff) is kind of a strange
today in the first round of the U.S. player," Farley said. "She's really _
Open. streaky. She played -
Farley said she really strong in the
was fortunate to get first set and won it

past Mary Pierce, easily. The secondset
one of tennis' hot I won easily, and

test players, in the the third, we foughtout.
qualifier. ."
"If I had to play Farley then defeated
anyone in the qualifying Texas sophomore
she'd be the AllAmericanSusan

last one," Farley Gilchrist 6-0,6.
said. "She's supFarley 1 in the second roundof
posed to be one of the next rising qualifying setting up the match
stars. I'm pretty excited.Last yearI with Pierce.
PHOTO I was a wild-card in the main draw.
Former UF nose tackle Jeff Roth is currently trying to become a Miami Dolphin, the third stop of This year is better because I had N .

his short professional career. to play my way in (to the main
UF tennis coach Ian Duvenh-
Pierce's billing as a rising star,
age was given the 1990 Volvo
Whatever happened to. .. .? coupled with Farley's Inconsis- Tennis/Coaches Community Ser

tency on the fast, hard courts vice Award for Region III, the
could have spelled trouble. International Tennis

Miami gives Roth a chanceBy But despite a poor second set, Coaches Association Collegiate announced 4

Farley defeated Pierce the same Monday.The .
way she defeated her firstwo op-
Three training camps later, Roth's grapes haveAlligator
RON KASPRISKE. ponents in the Open's qualifier award is given to mens and
turned little sour.
with clutch shots.
Staff Writer womens coaches from eight re-
chances of the
"I figured my making Cowboys
This is about said Roth who selected Farley, a two-time All-Ameri- gions. Each has been selected for
the first in a series of stories former were good, real good, was
UF athletes and what they art doing now. The in the sixth round of the 1989 draft by the Cowboys. can, pulled out a &-1, 364 victory "their outstanding contributionsto
series will appear. every "But when I didn't make it, I over Pierce and earned a spot tennis in their communities."

1 esday. began to realize that you don't

Jeff Roth used to be optimistic Jeff always make it based on your Emmitt moonlights
about his chances of playing Roth has made performance on the field.

in the NFL. t.in Dallas "I was cheated in Dallas. I
also bum deal in San
got a
After all, he was an All"I
Southeastern Conference nose San Francisco and Francisco. as UF crimefighterBy

tackle in 1987 and 1988. He Miami. "I guess it's up to Miami
holds UFs record for career now lies now." have done it for a lot of players on
tackles for lost yardage with Roth, picked up as a free the team. We're still very close."
44. agent in the off season by the Alligator Smith,who is living at Yon Hall,
Dolphins, now will get a shot at t making a team Finding suitable titles for called the University Police De-
And he drafted by the
Dallas most importantly, was with notoriously! hampered by defensive! line problems. Emmitt Smith hasn't been easy of partment from his car phone at
committed to building
Cowboys, a team According to Roth, this is It. Either he makes the 1:54: a.m. to report the incident.He .
young, skilled players. late.Let's see, Emmitt the running chased after the two suspectsand

As far as he was concerned, nothing could keep back. Emmitt the hold-out. managed to grab the duo in
him out of a professional football uniform. see Roth, page Emmitt the returning UF student. a double headlock until the police '

I Now it's Emmitt the policeman. arrived.

Smith, the former Gators' running The two suspects were arrested

Hoop team signs two loses one has reenrolledat back who and trespassing charged with and

UF as his con Emmitt criminal mischief.

campus while touring the U.S.play pects the freshman will have some tract hold-out Smith Kirkpatrick, who
By MATT ADAMS ing exhibition games. problems but no more than most with the Dallas the was asleep during
Alligator Writer Meanwhile Ulmer, a 6-7 forward, freshmen. Cowboys continues per- Friday's incident,

UPs latest two basketball sign- comes to UF from Sacramento City Calling him the tallest player on was able to petrators with said his car did not

ees, who were awarded scholarships College in Northern California. the team "by far," Kruger said he round up two un- his bare hands. suffer any serious "
Monday, have come from Ulmer averaged 12 points, 10 re- did not think the difference in rules identified sus- damage.
more than 3,000 miles to play for bounds and four blocks a game between NCAA and internationalplay pects early "I talked to
the Gators. while earning all-conference hon would adversely affect Kuisma. Saturday night who were tamper- (Smith) a minute about it," Kirk

Jeremy Ulmer crossed the continent ors. Kruger said he likes what But he said Kuisma's play does not ing with UF tight end KirkKirkpatrick's patrick said. "He's a classy guy."

And Martti Kuisma crossed Ulmer offers."Jeremy's. reflect his height. car.
Smith, the Gators'all-time lead
the Atlantic Ocean. more of an inside In an exhibition game against "Emmitt was coming back from
ing rusher and holder of 58 school.
Balls (a local bar), and he saw a
last ,
bang Mississippi
said. "He can year
Kuisma, a 6-foot-10 forward from player, Kruger couple of people messing with my records, was the Cowboys' first-
need scored nine points and had 12 re-
We always
Helsinki, Finland, graduated high around inside. blocked car," Kirkpatrick said. "From round draft choice after opting to
bounds. He also had two
school in 1989 and recently com- that. what I understand,they hit my car turn professional with one year of
pleted whose more of a perim- college eligibility remaining.
an 11-month military obligation Kuisma, and ran. Emmitt was getting
for his homeland.Last eter player, should complement the Kruger also said freshman guard
there, saw it, and he took off his Dallas reportedly has offered
year he played for Finland's signing of Ulmer,if he adjusts to his Carlos McMillian has elected in not to shoes and ran after them. Smith a five-year contract worth
attend UF and a junior
National Junior Team and a club In new home. UF officials he no "Emmitt's a good friend,and I'd $3.2 million. He is believed to be *
college. say gave
Helsinki UF basketball coach Lon Kruger said that although for his decision. have done it for him. He would asking for$70,000 more a season.ALLIGATOR .
Kruger said Kuisma visited UPs Kuisma speaks English well, he ex reason

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_- _24.ALLIGATOR. TUESDAY..AUGUST 28.1990Matthews.

ROTHfrom last season's Super Bowl."I .

still UF's starter page 23 have a lot of bad feeling
I wards the way I was handled,"R<
team, or he begins pursuing an- said. "But it's a learning proce
other career. and I'm beginning to see you h;'
for three touchdownsBy
Sophomore quarterback throws "After" what I've went through, to be in the right place at the rif!
the whole process has sort of left a time."
Morris, for now the second-team quarterback,
SHARON GINN completed 6 of 13 passes for 83 yards with three sour taste in my mouth," Roth said. Ironically the right place j ji\
Alligator interceptions. Freshman quarterback Terry Dean, "Plus, it's growing more and more might be Miami.
Though football coach Steve Spurrier insists none who likely will be redshirted this year, had the expensive to live on what I make
of UPs four quarterbacks have consistently stood out third-highest yardage total, completing 5 of 14 for 54 from football.This will be it for me." Roth, depth listed chart third at left on def t tDolphins' .

from the rest, Shane Matthews may have solidifiedhis yards. Understandably, Roth's frazzled .
sive end, could make the team n
tentative position as the starter after Saturday's Fox completed 5 of 12 for 47 yards, while Smith attitude has come from his cross-
scrimmage. came up empty in three attempts, and tossed one country trips to the Cowboys,49ers that Dolphins' starting nose tacl
Brian Sochia has been
Matthews completed 12 of 21 passes for 141 yards interception.Two and Dolphins.His suspendfor
steroids and
and three touchdowns in the full-contact scrimmageat N first two stops seemed as if use starting; e
John Bosa is out for the season w
Florida Field.Matthews of UF's top three running backs were taken they would be longer than the com- knee Injury.Sekanovich.
though, was not happy with his perfor- out of Saturday's scrimmage because of injuries. bined two months he spent with the a
mance in the scrimmage,and said mistakes he madeSaturday Freshman tailback Errict Rhett, who suffered an teams. But, because of what he said he hasn't nil 1
will, make it more difficult for him to capture apparent neck injury Saturday. ,.practiced Monday ina called forces beyond his control, out the possibility of playing R(
_tne top spot outright."I'm non-contact, gold jersey. Knett, wno Roth was returned to the ranks of at nose tackle, but because of ]
going to have to go out and bust experienced numbness in his arms Sat- the unemployed sooner than he 6-foot-4, 265-pound frame, he p
my butt next week," he said. urday, was sent to Shands Hospital Im- thought."I'd fers him at end.

Since fall practices began Aug. 16, mediately following the injury. be lying if I said every player "He has the size of an end a
Matthews has been competing for the Chris Patrick, UPs team trainer, said gets a fair chance," said Dolphins the makeup of a nose tackl
top quarterback spot with junior Kyle Rhett's X-rays on Saturday were negativeand defensive line coach Dan Sekanovich said.

Morris and sophomores Brian Fox and he had "complete movement. Rhett Sekanovich. "Some years, players UF assistant coach Jerry And
Lex Smith. spent Saturday night in Shands for fur- that aren't that good make the team
Saturday,Matthews had the best per- ther observation by neurosurgeons. because we have a void to fill. I son said the Dolphins' defens
formance of the four quarterbacks on 'Junior Dexter McNabb, who is ex- guess it's like that everywhere." line problems will certainly h<

what Spurrier called a lackluster day for pected to start at fullback this season, i Roth led all of the Cowboys' de- Roth.
UPs offense."It hurt his shoulder in the scrimmage and fensive linemen in tackles throughthe "Sochia's absence will definit,
was about as bad an offensive was held out of contact Monday. I" first three games of the 1989 help his cause," Anderson.
I scrimmage as! I ran rpmpmhpr. Rnnr.lfv I II "The Dolphins called me when tr
; Matthewsgo preseason and looked as if, at
1.F rier said "It shows how far we have to I Spurrier ;id even though the Gators worst, he would be kept on a six- picked him up and I told them tl
offensively, that's for sure." could have played a lot better in Saturday's scrim- man developmental squad. he has the potential to play in t

Spurrier said the offensive line had difficulty protecting mage, there were still a few bright spots. Dallas coach Jimmy Johnson NFL He just needs a chance."

I J the quarterbacks. Smith was sacked three He praised the performances of UPs first-team didn't see things that way and re- Roth should get a good id
,af times. defense,freshman tailback Kedra Malone and senior leased him. And in San Francisco, about his fate today, as Miami v
And on another play, Matthews had to scramblefor tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick. Roth apparently found a home as a reduce its roster to 60 players. T
a first down when he couldn't find an open The story of the night was our first defense" backup nose tackle to Michael Car- roster will be reduced to a final
receiver. Spurrier said. "I was happy that our first offense was ter and Jim Burt. players Sept. 3.

"Coach (Spurrier) doesn't like us getting out of the able to score against them." But that was until the 49ers "You never know what's going

l pocket," Matthews said. "That's just something I Kirkpatrick, Spurrier said, "caught everything he signed veteran Fred Smerlas, and happen I guess,"Roth said."May
need to learn not to do." touched." released Roth during the week of this time I'll get lucky."




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last season's Super Bowl."I .
still UF's starter page 23 have a lot of bad feeling towards
I the way I was handled,"Roth
team, or he begins pursuing an- said. "But it's a learning process,
other career. and I'm beginning to see you haveto
throws for three touchdownsBy
Sophomore quarterback "After1what I've went through, be in the right place at the right
the whole process has sort of left a time."
Morris, for now the second-team quarterback,
SHARON GINN completed 6 of 13 passes for 83 yards with three sour taste in my mouth," Roth said. Ironically, the right place just
Alligator interceptions. Freshman quarterback Terry Dean, "Plus, it's growing more and more might be Miami.
Though football coach Steve Spurrier insists none who likely will be redshirted this year, had the expensive to live on what I make
Roth listed third theDolphins'
of UFs four quarterbacks have consistently stood out third-highest yardage total, completing 5 of 14 for 54 from football.This will be it for me. depth chart at left on defen-
from the rest, Shane Matthews may have solidifiedhis yards. Understandably, Roth's frazzled
sive end,could make the team now
tentative position as the starter after Saturday's Fox completed 5 of 12 for 47 yards, while Smith attitude has come from his cross-
that Dolphins' starting tackle
scrimmage. came up empty in three attempts, and tossed one country trips to the Cowboys,49ers Brian Sochia has been nose suspendedfor
Matthews completed 12 of 21 passes for 141 yards interception.Two and Dolphins.His .
steroids and end
and three touchdowns in the full-contact scrimmageat E first two stops seemed as if use starting;
John Bosa is out for the season witha
Florida Field.Matthews of UFs top three running backs were taken they would be longer than the com- knee injury.Sekanovich..
though, was not happy with his performance out of Saturday's scrimmage because of Injuries. bined two months he spent with the
in the scrimmage, and said mistakes he made Freshman tailback Errict Rhett, who suffered an teams. But, because of what he said he hasn't ruled
Saturday will make it more difficult for him to capture apparent -neck-- iniurv Saturday practiced Monday inn called forces beyond his control, out the possibility of playing Rothat
r _the top spot outright. anon- ontact. gold jersey. Rhett, who Roth was returned to the ranks of nose tackle, but because of his
"I'm going to have to go out and bust experienced numbness in his arms Sat the unemployed sooner than he 6-foot-4, 265-pound frame, he pre
my butt next week," he said. urday, was sent to Shands Hospital im- thought."I'd fers him at end.

Since fall practices began Aug. 16, mediately following the injury. be lying in I said every player "He has the size of an end and
Matthews has been competing for the Chris Patrick, UFs team trainer, said gets a fair chance," said Dolphins the makeup of a nose tackle,"
top quarterback spot with junior Kyle Rhett's X-rays on Saturday were negativeand defensive line coach Dan Sekanovich said.

Morris and sophomores Brian Fox and he had"complete movement. Rhett Sekanovich. "Some years, playersthat UF assistant coach Jerry Anderson -
Lex Smith. spent Saturday night in Shands for fur
aren't that good make the team
said the defensiveline
Saturday, Matthews had the best per. ther observation by neurosurgeons. because we have a void to fill. I Dolphins'
formance of the four quarterbacks on 'Junior Dexter McNabb, who is ex- guess it's like that everywhere." problems will certainly help

what Spurrier called a lackluster day for pected to start at fullback this season, Roth led all of the Cowboys' de- Roth.
UFs offense."It hurt his shoulder in the scrimmage and fensive linemen in tackles throughthe "Sochia's absence will definitely
was about as bad an offensive was held out of contact Monday. first three games of the 1989 help his cause," Anderson said.
i scrimmage as I can remember,"- SpurM NE preseason and looked as if, at The Dolphins called me when they
| K rier said. "It shows how far we have to Spurrier said even though the Gators worst, he would be kept on a six- picked him up and I told them that
go offensively, that's for sure." could have played a lot better in Saturday's scrim- man developmental squad. he has the potential to play in the
Spurrier said the offensive line had difficulty pro- mage, there were still a few bright spots. Dallas coach Jimmy Johnson NFL He just needs a chance."

tecting the quarterbacks. Smith was sacked three He praised the performances of UFs first-team didn't see things that way and re- Roth should get a good idea

times. defense,freshman tailback Kedra Malone and senior leased him. And in San Francisco, about his fate today, as Miami will
And on another play, Matthews had to scramblefor tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick. Roth apparently found a home as a reduce its roster to 60 players. The
a first down when he couldn't find an open 'The story of the night was our first defense," backup nose tackle to Michael Car- roster will be reduced to a final 47
receiver. Spurrier said. "I was happy that our first offense was ter and Jim Burt. players Sept. 3.

"Coach (Spurrier) doesn't like us getting out of the able to score against them. But that was until the 49ers "You never know what's going to
J+pocket," Matthews said. "That's just something I Kirkpatrick, Spurrier said, "caught everything he signed veteran Fred Smerlas, and happen I guess,"Roth said."Maybethis
need to learn not to do." touched." released Roth during the week of time I'll get lucky."




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