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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 6 BB* TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER 4, 1990




I not over yet "



Suspect pool narrows, but 'killer is not in custody'By t

tinue in the southwest neighbor- Police said they are concen-
DONYA CURRIE hood where the bodies of five trating on eight suspects in the
Alligator Staff Writer students were found stabbed to murders, and Alachua County

Investigators have four prime death last week, three of them Sheriffs spokesman Lt. Spencer
suspects in the Gainesville mur- mutilated. Mann said four of them could be

der cases,but police said the city Although Gainesville Police called "prime suspects." .

shouldn't breathe a sigh of relief Chief Wayland Clifton said last An early suspect,Warren Vir-

yet."We week investigators had "plentyof gil Tinch, is not on the list of
don't want the public to physical evidence" to convicta eight. Tinch, a car salesman, is
feel that everything is over at this killer, a top official has a differ- a suspect in the mutilation death

point,"Gainesville police spokes- ent story. of. an Ohio woman and was re-
woman Lt. Sadie Darnell said portedly seen in the Gainesville
Monday. "Students and anyone Gainesville Police Capt. Rich-
area.
else in this area should know ard Ward, one of three heads of <"),
that the killer is not in custody, the murder task force, told a Another suspect, UF fresh-
has not been apprehended by reporter with Reuters news ser- man Edward Lewis Humphrey, -- .
the task force and could still be vice that investigators "are run- could be free on bond tomorrow, \ ,

in this area." ning on very thin threads and see Murder, page 5I If'f\ Jt.

Doubled police patrols con- shoestrings." /., .......c... :


Campus life back to normal ..' (< '

I ,

Lombard! guarantees plenty of time to make up workBy .I.. i'

ized for having missed classes," Students can settle into class
DONYA CURRIE Lombardi said. "We don't expectto routines this week, but Student 1"

Alligator Staff Writer have any great problems." Body President Michael Browne .

Students may spend Saturday He said it will be up to each said the brutal slayings of five ; j'V
mornings in class and Friday proiessor to decide how to make students will affect UF perma- f

nights behind locked doors after up for lost class time, whetherby nently.
last week's murders, but admin- holding early morning or Sat- 'There's always going" to be ,.

istrators say they hope life at UF urday sessions or asking gradu- some sense of fear, Browne ..
"It's to be a long time I -
otherwise will be back to normal. ate assistants to lead said going
"The University of Florida will independent study groups. before someone answers the 1\
be in full operation this week," Anyone having trouble with door right away. It's going to bea

UF President John Lombardisaid individual professors should talk long time before" someone
Sunday."We're trying to tell to the department chairman or walks alone, at night.
students that what we have at college dean, Lombardi said. UF police are trying to allay
of that fear by patrolling in
the University of Florida is a Romance Language depart- some
commitment to continue." ment Chairman Raymond l Gay- 12-hour shifts and offering es-
said each foreign corts to both campus and off-
Crosier
and with-
The new drop-add
housing if needed,Chief
drawal deadline is Friday, and language student will get a new campus said.
fees have to be paid by 2:30 p.m. syllabus next week. He said professors Everett Stevens to ,
Dormitories any
are open
Sept. 10. Lombardi probably will review
Monday, student wanting to stay on campus -
promised that students will have most of the lessons started last KEVIN WSNItWSHI-AUIGAIOF,
plenty of time to make up class week. ,with 250 spaces open in hall An investigator searches through Hogtown Creek behind Hawaiian Village

work. "It won't harm them if certain Apartments with a metal detector Sunday. Edward Humphrey, a prime I

"We have made a commit- matters will be addressed see UF page 11 suspect in the five Gainesville murders, lived in the apartment complex.

ment that nobody is being penal- twice," he said.io1dsservice .


\1t'W'r..TF., ,." I';:f.; ;; ; -'" : :t. ":};f'tlJ. >' -Experts dratt own profiles or killer I


%h''f tf" *'i,*?!;;> *W g'\"t< }. Q'frf':; : .<#.\f. :: ; J--- and typically insecure peoplecraving other murder depending: or expert. speculation i is fK,..e two 1
UF" !is sponsoring a denominational } often named by
i, By MIKE BRUSCELlAlligator what triggered the incident suspects most
control.
|wrvice,Wednesday:at\4:3\ : $ pjmyk.tlje\ 4 Staff Writer if Gainesville's murders Triggers could be substance police, UF freshman Edward
t to honor tb.e'tive Gainesville But
O'Connell Center 18, and Ohio
failed Lewis Humphrey
caused
college student who wptefound mariderfdlast -'\ He may be old, he may be were committed in one night- abuse, stress the loss by of a a job,. murder suspect Warren Virgil

{-;: eek: !ir; ?'r 'i f ;\ 1 'young. He's probably insecure police have only 'narrowed three-day relationship James DeBurger or a social TInch 58.Although.
down the killings to a
\ Gamesvilles and it's possible a fight or drugs!
The'Rev.;..WayneIGiiffin'a, t looking psychologist from the Univer police said Tinch is
his of violence period then police are -
w\K\ }lead the servlce5v triggered spree
'Presbyterian( : miqlsterj five students dead. for someone pushed over sity of Louisville studying devi no longer included in the top
left
Cbllege,1istudentChrista that
tn memory of Santa Fe Community the ant behavior, agreed a flare-up: eight suspects, UF psychologist -
the edge mentally, experts
and' UF? students -- While police say they don'tknow
;)Leijth Hoy{ of hostility could have mod Marijan Herjanic said he

Sonja Larson.Tracy Paules", ",Christina'" ,'.*;" who's behind the murders say."You be dealing with vated a one-night killing spree."I .. seems a viable candidate.
PoweD and Manuel Toboada.: ;,,, \: } discovered in southwest may
: looking for
'j and'S'i'' '' Gainesville last week, psychologists someone who suffered from an think they're "He is a very likely person
Presideat'John '
OF, L.ombardi episode," said someone who acted on impulse because he has done some-
in criminal acute psychotic
'President larry Tyree'alsQ( will}speak at theu'fservice ;' specializing mixed with other inter that in the ," said
** behavior are using available Harry Krop,a Gainesville forensic thing like past
; as\yen'IF! Student (BodyPresf- DeBurger said. in the
psychologist.Krop nal motives, Herjanic,who specializes
draft their profilesof
own
'Michael Browne classics: Prne( -. facts to
dent Ur< who has evaluated the "What they've done is ventilate study of homicides. "That's
killer: ,
the
sor Karelisa: :Hartigan will i l speak for? the,*UK4faculty mental state of more than 100 "a hell of a l lot t of hostility," why I'd go with him before the
*$. Experts said serial murderers
the service .7 ,
at, k:
he said.
., 'MARSTELLEIC; ; are generally white :hales,,, Death Row inmates, said the see Suspect, page 9
jt-DUANE focus
obvious of;
The most
'\ A'F .*' ': usually in their late 20s or 30s killer may never commit an

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Eagles: The Pre-Legal Recreational Sports Intramural Flag and Women's Volleyball Clubs are
Honorary Society will be holding an Football captains' meeting has been looking for new members to play for Sb
orientation meeting tonight at 7:30: in changed to Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. in L-007 traveling teams. Call Kevin at 335- a LAD
Reitz Union Rooms 346347.Call 334- Turlington Hall. Call 392. 0581. 5635 or Lisa at 3751941.
9453. Aye, Aye, Captain: All Intramural Heads Up: The UF Women's Godfather'sPizza.
Let's Rush: Alpha Phi Omega Volleyball and Flag Football Club Soccer Team will be holding

UF's national service fraternity, is captains must sign up for game practices on Tuesdays Wednesdaysand
holding Rush through Sept. 9. Stop slot, day and time prior to their Fridays at Maguire Field from .

by the information booth by the Hubor captains' meetings at Florida Gym 5:15: to 7:15: p.m. Call Steve at 335- i I
call Mike at 334-5585. Room 214. Call 3920581. 2988 or Allison at 334-8540. r( r, V
Calling All Democrats: The College Now Showing: The UF Depart Heads Up II: The UF Men's Soc ,
Democrats will meet Wednes- ment of Architecture Gallery is cer Club practices every Tuesday 00
day night at 8 in Reitz Union Room showing works from the Moscow Architecture Wednesday! and Thursday night at 5 itlr
B.65 to discuss the November elec School until Sept. 30. at Schne.l 1 Field. Call John at 335-
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Free Food: The First Lutheran day-Friday. Call 3920205. Rough Stuff: The UF Women's L 376333434th
College Students will have a free student Hands Up: UF's Recreational Rugby Team practices every Mon I \ 1\ (} ,
welcome-back barbecue dinner Sports Department will be holding a day and Wednesday night at 5:30: at ;; ,' \ Street Plaza

Wednesday night at 6 at the church preseason volleyball tournament Maguire Field. Call 378-7840 after 5 377,0000
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I Consolidation issue included in todav's primary ,I IBy

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MATTHEW SAUER chance to vote on consolidation and the governor's race. ridians he has made mistakes, but is readyto
Alligator Writer candidates up for election today because The two Democratic candidates are for improve his record during a second term.
nearly 6,000 more Alachua County votersare mer U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles and U.S. Rep. The State Legislative Race
Although no student candidates are running registered than were in'1988. The polls Bill Nelson, who have nearly identical political Five candidates are fighting to fill the
in today's primary the election will\ throughout the county will\ be open from 7 views both are pro-choice, pro-envi- District 23 State House seat left vacant by
decide issues and candidates that could directly a.m. to 7 p.m.Alachua ronment and want to control growth, but retiring Hawthorne Democrat Sid Martin.
affect UF students. County has 75,801 registered voters have spent most of their campaigns attack-
The consolidation referendum that would for this election 48,680 Democrats, ing each others' financial and medical back Alachua County I Republicans will decide
merge Gainesville\ and Alachua County's 22,503 Republicans and 4,618 that are not grounds. between Hawthorne realtor Sinclair Eaton
governments is one such issue. committed to either party. Republicans will choose between incum- and retired Sheriffs deputy Johnny Days of
Gainesville. Neither candidate has held
Opponents of consolidation say the UF students who are registered will be bent Gov. Bob Martinez and a group of four an
elected Eaton is his
merger could hurt students by forcing land- electing state legislators, members of both lesser-known candidates. Martinez, who is position, though making
third for the
lords to raise rents to pay for higher property the city and county commissions and narrowing way ahead of his Republican opponents in run seat.
taxes. the list of Florida's gubernatorial recent polls, is expected to receive a slight Eaton, 46, calls himself a balanced candi-
Supporters say consolidation will\ eventu- candidates to two. challenge only from state Sen. Marlene date who understands the importance of
ally lower taxes as the bickering between The Governor's Race Woodson-Howard of Bradenton.The development, but does not want it at the

city and county government is eliminated.And After Tuesday, only one Democratic and governor has taken a strong ami- see Elections page 8
a large number of voters will get a one I Republican contender will be left in the crime, pro-environment stance, telling Flo-



Magnetic lab




pulls togetherstate



collegesBy


DAN WINE
Alligator Writer

UF physics Professor Dwight Adams calls it "one
of the most significant things that has happened in
Florida in the past 25 years, or even ever."
More than $100 million in state and federal moneyis
expected to pour into its construction during the
next five years.
UF physics graduate student David Schulman saidif
he were a few years earlier in his academic career,
he would have been tempted to alter the classes he
took in hopes of working there.
The cause of such praise, money and enthusiasmis
the National Science Foundation's decision last
month to build the state-of-the-art National High
Magnetic Field laboratory in Florida.
UF students will be the real winners, because the
facility promises to be "the most attractive center
-
nationwide for a number of areas of research in
fundamental science," UF physics department Chair
man Neil Sullivan said.
A consortium of UF, Florida State University and
the Los Alamos National laboratory in New Mexico
will operate the laboratory, which will be built in
Tallahassee.
Although the laboratory will not be fully opera
tional until at least 1995, it opens up an entire field
of research that can't be done elsewhere, Schulman

said.When
it is built, scientists and students will con
duct research into applications of magnetism such as
magnetic resonance imaging, computer memoriesand
more efficient production of electric motors and
generators.UF's .
NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR reputation as a top center for the study of low-
Higher I learning i temperature physics will be a boon to the new labo-
UF freshman Nigel Noriega reads a newspaper in a tree near Graham Hall on Labor Day. ratory because the combination of high magneticsee

Laboratory page 7




I Vet school renovations needed for accreditation I


CHRISTOPHER B. HARIQ contaminated air in the building. Sarah Carey said. "We had a leaky roof becausethe "The consultant told us to get
By Writer Staff members complained of skin UF must complete renovationsby builders went cheap on petro- out of the building," Nicoletti said.
Alligator rashes, headaches, nose bleeds 1992 if the college is to regainfull leum products," he said. Repairs began 1 1/2 years ago
UF's Veterinary College has and breathing problems, and several accreditation to graduate vet Petroleum, a major part of roof and is being done room by roomso
about a year and a half to finish were forced to take other jobs, erinarians, she said. ing materials, was in short supply the college's normal routine
renovations that will make the said Veterinary Faculty Council About$7.5 million is being spentto when the hospital was built in the isn't disturbed, he said. Carpets,
building's air fresh enough for employees Chairman Paul Nicoletti. repair the building and stop the early 1970s. As a result, water and walls have been replaced t 16'
to breathe, and allow the Because of ventilation problemsand symptoms of "sick-building syndrome seeped into the air ducts, causing make sure no mold spores remain.
school to regain the credentials it lack of space, the American ," Nicoletti said. Those mold to grow and contaminate the The state will pay for $4 millionof
needs to graduate veterinarians.More Veterinary Medical Association's symptoms resulted from builders air, Nicoletti said. UF hired state the project's $7.5 million cost,
than one-third of UFs vet- Council on Education placed the sKimping on materials to construct and private consultants who said a with the other $3.5 million coming
erinary staff left the hospital in college on limited accreditation in ventilation that would protect air complete renovation of the air-han from private sources and matching
1986 after inadequate ventilation 1987, Information Coordinator in the.building: Nicoletti said. dling systems was necessary. money from the !slate, Carey said.rteSI'j. .


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Columbia's pre-dawn blastoff Thursday on a long- The goal of the 36th shuttle mission the fourth of El -oe&ffL
awaited astronomy flight after a weekend of around- 1990 and the 11th since the 1986 Challenger disaster, 190)
the-clock work to fix a balky telescope. is to study the most violent objects in the universe
Engineers restarted the countdown at 1 a.m. EDT with a $150 million battery of telescopes sensitive to
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course, but Thursday morning we're hopeful all working around the clock in two shifts, operating ASAAsian
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"I'm ready to go; I'm ready to get this one off the Saturday launching.The Invites you to our first meeting
ground" Leinbach said of NASA's launchless; sum- problem was traced to faulty circuit boards ina
B-70 1
mer. "Barring any unforeseen problems we're goingto "black box"device used to convert engineering data Sept 4 7pm JWRU
do exactly that. The team's feeling good." from the telescope into a form that can be passed on
Commander Vance Brand 59, co-pilot Guy to the shuttle: and then to the ground.
Gardner 42, John"Mike"Lounge,44, Robert Parker, The faulty integrated circuit"cards" were replaced
53, Jeffrey Hoffman 45, and civilian astronomers Saturday and successfully tested Sunday,clearing the
Ronald Parise 39, and Samuel Durrance 46, plan to way for a second launch attempt Thursday morning.


S Yeltsin calls for market. economyMOSCOW I IMPACTMake

(UPI) Russian leader Boris Yeltsin, Russian Federation Premier Ivan Silayev told
saying "poverty and even misery are widespread" deputies that their work over the next 3 1/2 months
opened his Parliament's pivotal fall session Mondaywith will involve crucial choices.
an urgent call for rapid movement to a market Silayev presented the legislature with the economic
economy.As plan drafted by Yeltsin in the spring and then
Yeltsin addressed his dominant republic's new developed by a group of experts he chaired jointly an IMPACT at U.F.
standing legislature Soviet President Mikhail Gor- with Gorbachev.The .
bachev met with top advisers and government officialsto program gives primary economic responsibilities
take "immediate action" on a program for major to Russia and the Soviet Union's other 14
economic reforms,the official Tass news agency said. republics, freeing them to write their own budgets, RUSH:
Calling for local enterprises to be freed from central implement tax systems and set agricultural and hous-
control,Yeltsin said his three-week tour of Russia last ing policies, while giving to the central government
month had convinced him that "people are increas- "strictly limited funds to perform strictly limited func
ingly disappointed and tired of the proclaimed policyof tions." ALPHA
updating socialism." The goal in the Russian republic, home to more
The strapping Siberian populist urged lawmakersto than half the Soviet Union's people is "to lay, within
ratify a bold 500-day program that sets privitazationof 18 months to two years, the groundwork of a market PHI
property and the freeing of prices as its main goal. economy that will provide a powerful lever for break
With his speech to the Supreme Soviet Yeltsin ing negative trends and meeting consumer demand
pressed forward with the campaign for radical changehe Silayev said.
has pursued since his May 29 election as chairmanof But the premier told deputies that the Russian OMEGANATIONAL
the Russian Parliament and effective president of Federation cannot afford to take on all the tasks
the republic that takes up three-quarters of the Soviet currently performed by the national government.
Union.


. Aquino rules out martial law declaration I SERVICE FRATERNITY

MANILA, Philippines (UPI) President Corazon preparedness which was ordered Aug. 21 for the
Aquino Monday ruled out the declaration of martial 159,000-member()()( armed forces.
law in battling mutinous soldiers attempting to oust Aquino told a press conference she was conveningsoon
Stop by the Information booth
her and rejected a call in the Senate for her resignation. a meeting of concerned citizens to discuss today.

political and economic repercussions of the devastating (Near the Hub)
A bomb exploded in the capital later in the evening July 16 earthquake and the Gulf crisis."I .
police said. The blast tore the roof of the one-story think that for the present, it is not necessary for Or Call
staff house of the suburban Greenhills shopping me to declare martial law," Aquino,said. "What is :
center and injured four people inside. Glass panes at needed here is the support and unity of all of our
an adjacent pastry shop were shattered. people especially the government officials." Tyrone Dixon, President....:.:.335-5342
Efren Rivera, 27, who suffered bruises, said the Aquino dismissed a call made last week by Sen.
explosive device apparently was tossed on the roof John Osmena, a member of the ruling coalition, for Chris Gray, Service V.P. ....".377- 697Mike'
from a passing car. her resignation along with that of her Cabinet,whichhe
It was the 18th blast in Metropolitan Manila since likened to an "orchestra out of tune." Ribadeneyra,. .
July 13 and came hou.'s after the military announcedthe Osmena proposed the creation of a three-member

arrest of two civ.lians carrying 113 sticks of committee headed by Senate President Jovito Salon- Membership V.P.. ..."...,,,334-5585
dynamite at a military checkpoint' in suburban Pasig ga National Security Adviser Rafael Ileto and
town. businessman Washington Sycip to rule the countryfor .
The two,however, denied Involvement in the bombings Aquino until a new constitution is crafted.
blamed on rebel scldiers. They said they had Rebel soldiers had earlier called on Aquino to step
stolen the explosives. aside, accusing her government of corruption and Open to All Students!.
Meanwhile, the military announced Monday it was inefficiency.: Aquino has crushed six coup attempts
i easing the red alert status the maximum state of since she took power in a.military revolt in 1986.



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TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER: : 4.1990.! I 'ALUG.ATQR. '3


MURDERfrom
Mann said Friday that Manuel
page 1 Taboada and Tracy Paules, both
23, died of multiple stab wounds. fStudentslayings.overshadaw; ; first week of.:' class
Mann said.Humphrey. ,
Their bodies were found in Gator- j.

18, was arrested wood Apartments last Tuesday ift'rtt; Sunday, Aug. 26
a .
last week in Brevard County for <
morning.
allegedly beating his grand Sonja Larson, 18, Christina P. 4 4 p.m. The mutilated bodies of Christina! P, Powell, 1 17.:and Sonia Larson, 18', are found at their Wlliliamsburg Village
mother and was being held on a {'>'1'nt! apartment< Prtte said !the killer entered through an unlocked door and stabbed the two UF freshmen. atnight *
Powell, 17, and Christa Leigh .
<
sometime
between .
Thursday night and Sunday morning ,
$1 million bond. : 1
,
Hoyt, 18,also died of multiple stab F

Police have staked out his Ha- wounds, and their bodies were ; < Monday, Aug. 27, <. ''Ji,.;.
waiian Village apartment since discovered mutilated. '
Friday. They searched a creek Police are not releasing I' : Santa F. cornmurdty College student Christa L lgh Hoyt, 1 18, Is found decapitated at her southwest ;",-"''t(.

behind the complex with metal information about the three any ; Gainesville duplex. Police,said the/killer! broke Into the homo at night, sometime between S"3?1
more \ !|Thurtday nd Sunday; 4, < ,,. .<;
detectors the 1' 'i t '. < *
weekend.
during murder scenes except to say the .%< +,r ),\.1;': 'tl.j: vi : .J!;!' ., ". .,1 : ..'.<. < <
Humphrey's unusually high killer may have left "messages," rtt 5 ...m, Pofk announce tie cooperation of!the FBI, Florida Department,: of Law Enforcement, Florida Highway Patrol
bail was attributed to a state law which were not necessarily writ ,y' 't;{;.; .: 'Ind State a Offlc In!the Investigation, y7aboadaW < :'L r .i . .. .... .
f B'f' >I.r.;;; ; : "" '"'* <*' :( <* '
that escalates assault to a ten notes. &J'jf& f ; A' .,
.'1 : J't'1!! '' l' A <,
stronger felony charge when an Mann would not say whether >}. frX1' f f'1.: : : elderly person is the victim, Humphrey is considered a prime 8:, '.Yf. ? ; Tracy Parisi, 3,are round stabbed to death at their Caw'"W r 1rt ; !
Darnell said. Darnell said she did suspect but did say he is in the .. it 'pekoe i": < t ti.Idiler a i broke' at night/ t behMeen,Thursday and Sunday r y yt

not know if the Gainesville mur- pool of eight. : :.' .t ,.; tN.tt.7'H'1j rtt ,It.: .. ,, .;.
ders were a factor in the hefty bail. Police have followed a numberof t,i#J"tseiderlttstt l Umba Jiitell1 i hteried:' students not to 1 let academic conoems Interfere withfheir( ,
Brevard County Public De- strange incidences since the I \ deoteton 04s6m QalrtesvWe, :At!tgea 'P.Jden1l. pack'up,tombartS asks Insttuctors t to sass. attendenceendtlnancial .' .
... .
fender J.R. Russo is expected to murder investigation began.A t fMNcise ."nd. puOft. .. l deadlines.. ::,* <> ;\ ''''
seek a reduction in bond today. '" i' ;. < ..w..' '.'WIF' < .Jt'%. ,. < f.Q.
dressed in <> .
man camouflageand >> .to! ;{ 4 .. :
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Campus phone records show carrying a hunting knife was .... ,< <'f.. .,, Humphrey lived in Tolbert Hall seen Thursday night, walkingnear ;asatsrgdeemied. aI\ .."f mellj vWt lesuepea m hi murder\ .'I is !'l "
during the summer term. Police Southwest 24th Avenue, I hte'ofandmolh/ %" lr.the, jft-year-old'8.blllw..fmillcWuwrfJ 1 i, :
said he also lived at Gatorwood where Hoyt's decapitated body ...tf,HavmUnVHSfti UQitf'. Wvjfe: ffl'd1 't ., \ ,r. S' ***.:A. \ rZv' 'I;'ff M., ii44ll JSftiii4wfWS .
Apartments, where two bodies was found Aug. 27, police said. < ) ;,.. "' '., .,'.:,f-i, ; JSV .r'1i.I, ; !j,!; 1 ... 1<'
were found last Tuesday, before When approached by an offi- ., It .,, "f'.t""." &V.'>I'>fhI .!:,';;.. ''. :y < *;.jp.w""."' ''!'<'! ..,..<". ':"..'i.,, 1

moving to Hawaiian Village in August cer, the man fled into the woods leaf ., .. "Nevada" : arwMtseae.orepsrt,.Nero0"sr4t. ."" .'J
y" t. 'r I"
' '
near the area and could not be ,10\ ': .;' ; .ti < ? :
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"All that I know about this guy found by police dogs and a heli- ,, ,)\:: Wj'If'' t"1 r ; ".imt. ) !%< >t 7lr... ? ; *>
is that he pretty much keeps to copter. Darnell said the man is not :; ?ft. ::1f :. t } j V\
1 :s *> and dt0i( it> our bf" himself considered in
said the
Humphrey's neigh a suspect mur- <>':K
.. ..man wanW. (tar an,0**) rHurder.police said. Eye+alul.ss account'".,
bor Lance Hendrix UF market-
a ders.UF + + trucks from>tNO areal auto dtea ...hINt 'AAJ !1f aM t7 are conaJdered t1
ing senior."He just looked like he student Paul Gonzales was acid/ 11 ch are. tfet. toy suspeCIe.L _nam.s.tune lbee n mlea sedgy"!J''".
hated the world." walking down Northwest 17th : .f.fA( ;( f '::1m'Mr k: :t < J '
While Humphrey was being Street Saturday night, carrying a
questioned in Brevard County, at stick for protection when a groupof
least 18 investigators were sent Guardian Angels wrestled himto Martinez, 23, Scott Hansen, 18, with battery, Darnell said. "There is not a definite answer
the said. Edsall Paddock, 21 and a 16yearold of when this thing will end,"Mann
Darnell
across the country Saturday to ground, Mann said he had no idea when
male from West Palm Beach "
follow leads and possible sus- Four members of the volunteer police might make an arrest in said."We're very optimistic. I
pects, Mann said. civilian patrol group Gino were arrested and charged connection with the murders.











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OPINIONSVote







The events of the past week have overshadowed our WfloI5
lives, and caused us to push everything else aside. But it's
time to regain some sense of normality and get back to '

our day-to-day routine. And although it may be the last ITS ?
thing on your mind, that includes voting in today's local m

and state primaries.The i

Alligator based the following endorsements on our 4
editorial board's knowledge of the issues.

We endorse Jim Notestein for the Gainesville City
Commission. Notestein is known for his strong stance on
environmental issues. He also encourages student involve-
ment in local politics and believes they should be allowedto
have voting positions on advisory boards. Now studentsare r
only allowed to serve in advocacy positions on those GAIJ/ESV1UE/

boards. NEW

We also endorse Ron Fuller for the Alachua County SOCIALAWARENESS
Commission because he opposes city-county government i/
consolidation. He believes students have a bigger voice in

Gainesville's government under its current construction.The .

Alligator also opposes consolidation for that reason. g

Students now are able to go to the city or county commis- __
sion and plead their cause. Under the consolidation

referendum, Gainesville would have a strong-mayor form I Fight to keep counseling servicesA I
of government, giving the mayor the right to veto the

commission's decisions.We person I completely trusted ripped away every- -Alana Baumruck
thing I ever believed in. He destroyed my happinessand
also don't like the referendum's provision that
says his act continually reminds me of the pain and c
the county would have one chief law enforcement officer
hatred that has hibernated within me for years. I was ONSIDER THISnot
who would not be held accountable to the commission.For date-raped by a guy who claimed he loved me.I .
something that happens once and is soon forgottenit
the U.S. House of Representatives District 6 seat, I later realized after yelling, no, screaming for help, is the beginningof what seems like a never-ending
we endorse Democratic candidate Joan Wollin. Wollin that my body had been violated and that the little girl nightmare.
has a specific agenda she wants to address if elected, inside of me was gone.My life changed at that momentIf Other problems build as a result of the rape becauseyou
such as requiring manufacturers to deal with the waste it wasn't for the Sexual Assault Recovery Service as an individual emotionally and mentally change.
and Campus Organized Against Rape would probably For those who feel these services aren't needed -
they produce. We endorse Clifford Steams in the still be the same depressed,scared person I became THINK AGAIN! One in three women will be raped
Republican primary only because he is less vague than after the sexual attack. during their lifetime. That means your mother, sister,

his opponent.In Why do we need SARS and COAR? Because there daughter, girlfriend, friend or even yourself.
the State House of Representatives District 23 race, are victims, like myself, who need these services in Wouldn't you feel better knowing that there are placesfor
you and/or your loved ones to go?
order become survivors. These
endorse former Gainesville Commissioner to programs provide
we City Cyn-
privacy and individual and group counseling.The fear SARS helps a person analyze and deal with the rape
thia Chestnut. Even though Chestnut is against consolidation of opening up to another individual is strong enoughto and carry on.Students need to fight to keep this service
she worked on the commission to have unbiased prevent someone from seeking help, but SARS and its worth fighting for. Because of SARS and
literature about the issue sent to residents to help them counselors understand how you are feeling.They don't similar programs, I am now a survivor, not a victim.
make an informed choice.In judge or tell you what to do;they just compassionatelylisten. Alana Baumruck is a former UF student currently
They become friends who truly care. Rape is living in Kansas City, Missouri.
the Republican gubernatorial primary, we endorse
state Sen. Marlene Woodson-Howard, RBradenton.She 1.IIIDJ..DI: TO THE EDITOR: I

believes in putting Florida's education first and reported, but not as if the victims would appreciate life more but
having state legislators consider it their top priority. The media went were under a media microscope. that's not the case. We take for

And in the Democratic gubernatorial race, we endorse overboard at vigilEditor Please, healing is a personal granted things such as the bright
process let's try to keep it that blue sky, the billowing cotton-like
former UF professor and U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles. It's dif-
: For anyone who missed the way. clouds, the tiny little daisies and
ficult to tell Chiles and U.S. Rep. Bill Nelson apart on the vigil Wednesday on the Plaza of Alan F. Crouch buttercups on the ground and the
issues, but we made our choice because we're tired of Americas, you didn't miss much.I 7ED emerald green grass on a sunny
Nelson's mudslinging. Not only has he made unsubstan- I now see that I went to the vigil Treat the disabled day.All
tiated charges against Chiles, but he tells us over and with lofty expectations. I was of these are beautiful things
over again how Chiles can afford to limit his campaign genuinely hoping that it would provide same as all othersEditor that a blind person cannot see. I I
contributions to $100 because he's practically householdname. a means to start a long healing think that if a blind person was ableto
a
process for UF and the city, but it :Everyone should stop treat- see as easily as we were able to
wasn't, because the media turnedit ing handicapped people as if they become blind by putting on a
Chiles was limiting his contributions before he was into another ring in their huge are incapable of doing anything.To blindfold, they would take in more
famous, and we're sick of listening to Nelson whine. Let's circus. begin with,the labels given to hand- beauty in a few short minutes than
j No one can object to. the'TV icapped people are a complete disgrace most of us do in a lifetime. Most of
get to the general election where we can hear a true stations and newspapers doing and they have to stop. If us don't realize that sight is a gift
1 debate of the issues. their job. As a matter of fact, I'm disabled people are constantly told and can be taken away from us at
sure the public wants to know all they are not good enough or they any given time. We should savor
they can.There are limits, though. are different from us able-bodied every moment,while ,we can.
alligatorEditor people, they will start believing it
There were more cameramen at If handicapped people aren't
the vigil on Wednesday than there When you think about it, each bothered by' their handicap, why
J Judy A. Plunkett were people needing healing and of us has a handicap which is much should I be? If mOre people asked
Managing Editor Opinions Editor prayer. The three individuals who worse than any physical ailment- themselves this question,the world
,, M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier rose to speak to the crowd were ignorance.Maybe the next time we would be in better shape.physical
quickly swamped by cameras, poke fun at someone less fortunate disability does not impair(the person
Letters Policy microphones and reporters asking than ourselves,we'll remember this it only impairs the person's
" Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-bylO pace) They should be questions. and think twice before doing so. physical .
typed. double-spaced and signed They should. Include a typed name, address end telephone/ appearance..
number. Names wjll be withheld If' the writer shows Just cause. It you have any questions call I say there needs to be some tact You would think that those of us Joeoelyn MoonGainesville
J the editorial page editor at 378-4458. involved.The tragedies need to be free from physical disabilities: .


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The NSF selected the Florida-
some of the best workin
in-house research,in which professors -
the field is going to be attractedto post-doctoral associates and based group's proposal from a poolof
Student Government Productions the new lab," Schulman said. graduate students from UF and three applicants, including one
from the Massachusetts Instituteof
FSU will work there.
& The laboratory will not produceany Technology, home of the only
harmful radiation or toxic The second is the international existing high magnetic field labo-
Kiss 105 waste, said Jack E. Crow, a solid- component,where the new labora- ratory in the country. In additionto
state physicist at FSU and directorof tory will be a "user" facility for MIT, other major magnet labo-
I PresentDennis the new NSF laboratory. The scientists, professors and students ratories operate in France, Hol-
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8,ALLIGATOR.TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4,199))
ELECTIONSfrom in Ocala,wants to curtail growth in
/ the county, while Brown has takena
3
page more moderate view, calling
Where to cast your" ballot expense of the environment. growth" "inevitable, but manage
Days, 55, says vocational educa- able.
tion is a way to improve the stan- The City Commission
dard of living within District 23. Former UF finance professorBill
The following is a list of predominately student populated Democrats trying to follow in Howard, former County Com
voting precincts. The congressional and gubernatorial races,,along ; Martin's footsteps are former missioner Jim Notestein and
Gainesville; MayorI Gainesville busi-
with the consolidation referendum, are open to all precincts. a Commissioner nessman Jim

Of those precincts listed below, the) state,J legislative' race is" : Cynthia Interlachen Chestnut insur-, u''F students for Painter the District are vying 2,

only open to No.:'23, 31 and 44, and the city race.is only open to ance salesman who are regis- non-partisan city

No. 5. Thecounty race is not open to any'of,the precincts listed bex" x lawyer Larry Harvey Clay Phil-and tered voters will commission Notestein,seat.a local

low. Students can find their precincts listed;on their-voting.cards*, J: lips,a UF alumnus. elect state legislators activist, has based
Harvey says much of his campaign
... .. .<". people in the dis- membersof on his opposition .
I "; ", ,, J .. trict are "hungryfor to the
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jobs," and eco- both the city consolidation refer
Precinct' Address :
t.{ Polling:Place: nomic development endum.
5V: ,/?: ',.:{ .. Finley: School; :1912:NW5thAve t ., is importantto and county com Howard, also opposed
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23*,,:'*. Wi PK.. Yonge.School: 1108Q.SW ;t1tt St., dents ensure a better its stan-resi- missions and dation,to consoli.calls

.::26 ,t.." ,:"' : ><_ Westside'Recreation', .' '1001. .,NW-" '34th' St. dard of living narrow the list Gainesville's pen.
., a Center i ;t Phillips is Sid of Florida's gu- sion plan "lavishly
': ..3ft ; ,' Js\Wayne Reitz'Union .*K, campusM 1 *$ Martin's hand. liberal" and expensive
choice, bernatorial and
picked en- can- wants to
'<::32i",,: : ,' : Tervyiliiger School'Doyle I "I ,301'NW 1 .62nd St.! dorsed by the didates to two. reduce the city's
.36 ,F..;:"" Conner! Building=<1't 1. 19tlW62mfSt.240t5swWfl( I, .;:, representative and burgeoning bud

<..A""".44Y 1 '. .. :k'< ", '. .Southwest' : United; J JtMethodist'Cnurch .'t.w '( stbrTRd. colleagues.his Tallahassee He is the associate di- Painter,co-owner get. of Painter Ma.

"V w" ,J"+..,...:"':1.-1" !\ ;. .... ,,.."I'''. <*Ar L* il f'S.i1' .,;Pt:r1""iJ1; ff (y: w rector of UP Center for Govern- sonry, is running for his first political
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.places will(be, open, < i today, from,7.a.mto7;', ';7...p.m: *;'. '. ';. -i',." : "it..lif. County Commissioner Leveda Unlike his opponents, Painter
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IN We reach (Humphrey) got involved In a
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murders have questioned him and
set up a vigil around his home and
car, although they have not gottena
warrant to enter them.
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UF Center or the Alachua County Cri- 'Would I send my child to the only alternative that is reasonableis
Alligator Advertising from page 1 sis Center day or night, Lombardi! University of Florida? The answer the one we've taken. We will go
said.Those is'Yes.'" forward."

lounges, Housing Director James groups offer help to indi- Lombardi! said he considered
Browne said he wants to remind
IFF Grimm said.Grimm viduals and groups and can be canceling classes to give students
students and
community membersto
also said about 40 per reached at 392-1575 or 376-4444. time to recover from the news of be careful.
manent housing spots are open for About 100 students had with- the five tragic deaths, but decided
female students who want to stayon drawn from school as of Sunday, against that last week. "
will be the
Things never same,
this semester. Lombardi! said.
campus "All of us in this community have Browne said. "It's lime to come
Students who want counselingcan "There' are no 100 percent safe experienced emotional turmoil back.Hopefully it's stopped and we
contact the UF Counseling environments in America,"he said. during this tragedy,"he said. "The can go on with our lives."



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Memorial Service For Slain CAMS P S THIS WEEK



Students Set For WednesdayA -


memorial service for University of Florida students Christina Powell, Sonya Larson
Tracy Paules and Manuel Taboada and Santa Fe Community College student
Christa Hoyt will be held at 4:30: p.m. Wednesday, Sept..5, in the Stephen C. O'Con- TODAYMEN'S
nell Center. WOMEN'S VOLLEY-
Produced by UF Intonation ml I Publications Services,355 AND
Tigert Hill,and paid for at usual advertising rates to com The ceremony is open to the public, and.students and friends of the slain studentsare BALL league sign-up deadline today, forplay
municate official notices and Important Information to particularly encouraged to attend. beginning Sept. 12 214 Florida
students, (acuity and sun Call 392 0186 for information.DropAdd Representatives of several UF and SFCC academic and administrative departments Gym. Open to UF students, faculty, staff,
will participate in the service, which is jointly sponsored by the two schools. UF spouses. Paid volleyball officiating positions -
President John Lombardi! and SFCC President Larry Tyree will speak, and music also available. Call 392-0581 for
Period will be provided by the University Choir. information.
For more information, contact the Office for Student Services, 3921261. ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Comparative
Aspects of Establishment of Pregnancy in
Extended Fees Mammals," by UF animal science grad
; uate research professor Fuller Bazer, 4

Possession Of Firearms On Campus p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
Due Sept. 10 ANIMAL SCIENCE SEMINAR, "The
Possible Role of Selenium in Placental Expulsion
Deadlines to drop courses or change Prohibited ; University Rule Outlined Following Parturition," by UF
course sections and to pay fall-term fees animal science graduate student Maria
have been extended. Late registrationmust UF students, faculty and staff are reminded that possession of firearms, including Fiorito, 4 p.m., 151 Animal Science
be completed by 4 p.m. Friday, pellet guns and similar weapons, on the University campus is prohibited except when Building.UF .
Sept. 7. Students with questions about specifically authorized.In WOMEN'S FACULTY ASSOCIATION -

late registration should caU the Registrar's addition, Florida statutes forbid any person from carrying a concealed weaponor with guest speaker UF President
Office at 392-1374 and ask for the registration John Lombardi! 4:30 Union
firearm on University property. Carrying a concealed weapon is a first-degree misde- : p.m., Reitz
information extension. meanor punishable by up to a year in jail and a fine of $1,000. Carrying a concealed Arredondo Room. .
DROP/ADD/ firearm is a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in jail and a fine of$5,000.A FLORIDA PLAYERS AUDITIONS for

Students may drop courses through Fri- summary of University of Florida Rule 6C1-2.001, Possession and Use of Firearms, fall productions,"including Steinbeck's "Of
Mice and Men, Henley s "Crimes of theHeart"
day, Sept. 7, and maximum flexibility for follows. and "The Merchantof
adding classes will be maintained through The possession of firearms on the University campus is prohibited except where Venice."Shakespeare's to UF students and the
Sept. 7. The Registrar's Office advises specifically authorized or except when permission is granted by the President of the Open
as allows, 6 and
public space p.m. today
students to check with individual instructors University.The .
regarding drop/add/ possibilities for University "campus" is defined for the purposes of this policy to include those theater Wednesday, Constans 392-2038.Theater. Sign up in
courses. Students can withdraw from the lands bounded generally by 13th Street on the east, University Avenue on the north, department,
FLORIDANCE COMPANY AUDITION
University without financial penalty 34th Street on the west and Archer Road on the south, including premises occupiedby
and information
session 7
through Sept. 7.FEE fraternities and sororities officially recognized by the University whether locatedon O'Connell Center Dance Studio., p.m.to,
Open
the University itself or on the periphery.
DEADLINE campus
UF students in dance technique
Campus residents are permitted to store firearms in an area designated by the Univer- registration
) The deadline to pay fees for fall term is class required. Sign up in theater
sity Police Department at the UPD station only. An area for the maintenance and cleaning -
2:30: p.m. Monday, Sept. 10. Student of these firearms is provided at this designated storage facility. When removed department, 392-2038.

Financial Services requests that, when .from the storage facility for use,the weapon must immediately be taken east on Museum WEDNESDAY
possible, students submit fees by mail or Road until past the campus perimeter. Return shall be along the same route. An
place them in the drop box at the north authorization form must be acquired from UPD for possession of the firearm while BOTANY SEMINAR, "In Situ Nutrient
end of the HUB. Students who fail to pay traveling between the storage facility and the campus perimeter.Possession of a firearm Limitations in Aquatic Microphytes y
fees or make arrangements for defer anywhere else on campus is prohibited. UF post-doctoral associate in botany Mark
ments by the 2:30: p.m. Sept. 10 deadlinewill those presently authorized to possess guns on campus are members of governmental Rattray, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
be assessed a $25 late charge, in accordance BLACK STUDENT ASSEMBLY with
agencies authorized by law to possess guns, UPD, members of University Rifle ,
with Board of Regents regula Teams, and Florida Museum of Natural History staff when the guns are a part of the address by UF President John Lombardi!
tions. museum collection and are for exhibit purposes or used in specimen collection. ROTC and presentations by UF officials, sponsored
cadets may drill with unloaded rifles which have the firing pin removed when under by UF Office for Student Services,
CIRCA Schedules the supervision of ROTC officers and cadre. Rifle Team members are authorized to 7 p.m., Reitz Union Ballroom. -
have possession of their firearms only when under the supervision. of ROTC cadre per- JOHN LUCAS, 14-year NBA veteran
Non-Credit sonnel on the firing range or in the ROTC Armory. and president of STAND (Students Taking
Computer Any student or employee, including faculty, administration and staff members, shall Action Not Drugs)talks to UF athletes
be immediately suspended for violation of this poliev. about his chemical dependency and
Classes For StudentsUF's Should the use of firearms be necessary or desirable 1n any University academic pro- downfall in 1986, free and open to UF

Center for Instructional and grams, then permission for such use must be applied for and granted by the Vice Presi-,,stude. its, 8 p.m., University Auditorium.
Research Computing Activities is offering dent for Academic Affairs. : J' .- '
non-credit computer classes for students For more information about UF's firearms possession'policy, contact the Office for CONTINUING'REGISTRATION
fall term.,The classes meet in the Student Services at 392-1261 or UPD at 392-1111. FOR UF ALL-IN-

CIRCA microcomputer XT lab in 211 ONE PHOTO ID CARDS, 9 a.m. to 2:30:
Computer Sciences and Engineering at mobile unit next to HUB and from
Building. Each class is limited to 22 9la-in.
to 3:30 the second floor
: p.m. on
students and will provide hands-on experience UF Graduate Students Seniors May Apply ,of the Reitz Union. Students should bring
on IBM PC/XT/ compute's. Social
card
Security picture ID and $5.
Class admission tickets, which cost$15, Now For 1991-92 Fulbright Grant Program For more information, call 392-UFID.
are available from the University Box Office ,ART EXHIBIT by Miami artist Barbara
from 9:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. UF graduate students and seniors who try which they wish to visit. Neijna, features sculpture, models and
Tickets may be exchanged but cannot be will graduate before fall 1991 can applynow In addition to the traditional Fulbright draWings University Gallery, S.W.13th
refunded. All course materials will be pro- for Fulbright Grants and other grantsfor Grants, a new program has been initiated St. Continues through Sept. 30, 9 a.m.to
INTRODUCTION are as follows. graduate study abroad during the designed specifically for young gradua- .5 p.m. weekdays, 1 Sundays.
TO DOSSectionD2 1991-1992 academic year. The grants are ting seniors who wish to study or do PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT by UF art
18 and 20, 12:50 to 2:45 funded the United States research abroad for There
: Sept. : : p.m.; by Congress one year. are professor Evon Streetman, features black-
. Section D3: Sept. 24 and 26, 12:50: to 2:45: foreign governments, universities, corporations no special field of study limitations, but :and white and large-format color photo"graphs -
p.m. For users with little or no previous and private donors. applicants 'must apply for any country' Focus Gallery 302 Fine Arts
computer experience. Applicants must be U.S. citizens who outside-of Western Europe.' Successful Building C. Continues through Sept. 21, 8
INTRODUCTION TO WORDPERFECTSection will hold a bachelor's degree before the candidates will represent the best and The, >to 11:45: a.m. and 1 to 4:45: weekdays
WI: Sept. 4 and 6,12:50: to 2:45: beginning of the 1991-92 academic year. 'brightest of the U.S. educational system.- "'WOMEN OF CONSEQUENCE p.m. USA//
p.m.; Section W4: Sept. 24 and 26, 9:35to : In most cases, persons holding a Ph.D.: The Fulbright Grant program is administered -' .USS exhibit by photographer
11:30: a.m.; Section W5: Sept. 25 and degree are ineligible. Candidates in by the Institute of Interna-, Raushenbush, features 64 photographs Maryhi of
27, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. For users with no medicine must have an M.D. or equivalent tional Education for the.U.S. Information. ,'American and Soviet women, Grater GalJeries1. .
experience using a word degree to apply. ; t
assume Agency ? Continues through Sept. 21,9 a.m.
gram. Some typing skill is Creative and performing artists may Application forms and more information : 3
p.m.
INTRODUCTION TO LOTUS 1-2-3- ,substitute four years of relevant trainingor \can be obtained from Dr. H.J. Doherty *.,f MOSCOW; AR ARCklECIURAL SCHOOL Sundays.:
Section L2: Sept. 15, 10 a.m. to noon and study for the required bachelor's 330 Little Han, 3921561. Applications, exhibit; features models and
,
1 to 3 p.m.; Section L3: Sept. 17 and 19, degree. All applicants must have profi- and all required supporting materials photographs, Architecture drawings!
12:50: to 2:45: p.m. For users with no ex- ciency in the language I of the host coun must be turned in to_Doherty by Sept. 20. Gallery. Continues through Sept.Building 30 8

_ perience using a spreadsheet program. .. a.m. to 4:30: p.m. weekdays.I

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18 '< '* "*,*Apartment near Shands, recently renovated Nice, clean modern furniture and antiquesall
19 Pets : :; cancel your ad: 2 bedroom private backyard 1st M rmmt needed, own rm In house, wlk to at reasonable prices. Come take a
Y month. damage deposit Call 336-4575 UF. cent .a/c-ht w/d/ pool table $200 mo look. THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 511 SW

20. ;?Lost & Found Cancellations: or 372-2959. 9-6-5-2 1/5/ utll. N/S/ please Call Tim 3779639. 4th Ave 372-6577 M/C VISA -AMEX.

.. Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri 8. 4 pm. 9-4-3-5 9-17-15-6
I
No refunds can b.lliven.
Female roommates to share 3b/2/ Sba furnished
SUBLEASE: ** *AIR CONDITIONER* j,
townhome, Close to UF $200-210
Alligator errors: large, 1 small REASONABLE 377.9E'1"S.I' I
o When will ad ?
your run + 1/3/ util. 3785431. 9-6-55
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs 4 HOUSE/APT. 0-17-15-6

Call 373.FIND with any corrections before 2br/2ba unfurnished Marchwood townhouse -

noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY Sublease one room In 2 br apt In Hawaiian to share his/ mil/ pool washer dryer FUTON FRAME
Classifieds will TWO
begin RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY Village-Good location, call 336-9030 250/mo 1/2 ut. Call Larry 335-1421' 9- From only $200set.Call .

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected asapsvenlng( ). 0-4-3-4 6-5-5 Al 373-3127, 9-17-15-6

Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
DESKS (all sizes). Computer furniture,
No refunds or credits, can be after' M/F needed only 2 block from UF I60mo
given
Union or Shands may take the ad. called in after 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE + 1/6/ utll. Own room ac 517 SW 10 St. Bookcases File cabinets, Chairs (all
placing Changes
styles) & more in stock at guarnateed lowest -
THREE days to apPear. Ads 372.2101 or 3780197. 9.7.5.5Female
firs, .
the day will not be compenllt.d.Customer prices. THE OFFICE MART 690 NE

may run for any length of time VILLAGE 23 Ave. 373-7516. 9-19-17-6
ns needed to share 2br 2b apt call
error or changes: Roommates Available ,
and be cancelled any time. 335.3784. 9-7-5-5 -
Corrections must be made in person at Reserve your room for fall BEDS BEDS BEDS

Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON Bus ..rvlc.to UF and SFCC. GAY MALE share house near UF wmale NEW FURNITURE USED

for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. turn. or unfurn. $175-$250 per room student everything Inc. FREE RENT Lowest Discount Prices

mate/month. exchg for yard work etc 372.6626 evenings Dumas Discount
MZ Prop. Mgmt. me. Realtor 375-0207 9-5-3-5 1421 NE 8th Ave 371-4422
9-14-14-5 9.28.24.8

F roommate to share 4 bedroom house in
UNFURN.Check 2 bedroom/ ba $175 4 blocks from UF NATURAL LEATHERS
FOR RENT FOR RENT: Duckpond area Family neighborhood
: 411 NW 15 St. 371-7777.9.7.8.5
pets ok $125p/m 372.3581. 9-7-5-5 handcrafted bags, backpacks, briefcases
belts, sandals & more. Write N.N. PO Box
1 FURNISHED Our New Specials F n/s aeml-serioui student to share
398435 MB FL 33239 free
All Amenities Available M/F roommate for own bdrm In large, catalogue or
2bdr/lba nice house 1 block from cam
2bdr/2ba apt. In Rocky Pt. Apts. Grad or 372-7640. 9-10-10-8
UNFURNISHED
5 MIN WALK TO U.F. 024 S.W. 6th AVE. FURNISHED pus. Ac, wash/dry, private yard. prof. student preferred' Call 335-9265
2 BDR 1 BATH 378-7056 $315 9-5-5-1 Roommates AV.llabl.W.'r. $225/mo + 1/2 utll. French speaker wouldbe S-5 1990 GOLD MEDAL WINNEROur
$220/mo 1/2 util. 9-7-
No. 1
great. 373-8971 0-4-5-5 DIXIE GRAPES, for Juice Six other
One bedroom efficiency furnished apartment REGENCY OAKS ROOMMATE MATCHING SERVICE kinds for eating, jelly or WINE. On 10
utilities furnished private parking. 378-5766 Live In LUXURY, own rm/bs. pool OXFORD MANOR acres quantity discounts Crevasse's

Call 3722582. 9-4-3-1 3230 SW Archer Road Jacuzzi, garage, w/d, rpl, huge house 5 Vineyard, 1 mi. N. on Archer on US 41.
COUNTRY GARDENS min from UF, n/s, $250/mo/ + 1/4 ut 336- follow 9-8 495.2426eves.
Why live alone? Share expenses, but large signs, open pm,
SINGLE ROOM, near campus, share utilities 373.4500 6591/332-4141.' 9-4-5-5 NOT bathrooms' Large 3bdr/3ba/ townhouse 0796ADVANCED

men only $110 mo, 1108 NW 3rd 2001 SW 18th Street apartments. Washer/dryer included
Ave. 377-2603. 9-4-3-1 12-14-76-2 N/S r-mate needed to share 4-br apt at Come by today! Car Stereo Plus Offering:
Woodgate Manor. All major appliances In Harman Kardon Autotek JBL Toshiba
2777 SW ARCHER RD 3T7-2777. 9- ,
1 br apt, remodeled, parking, w.lliit premises Duplex < 2 bedroom 1 bath. Stove refrig unit. Own br at 140 per mo. Plus 1/4 utll. Crunch Mailer MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125

convenient; 230mo., security dishwasher garbage dlsp. AC laundryroom. 332-1048. M/F own rm In 3br/1 1/2ba/ dwniown home NW 23 Ave 3714378. 1214.78.6DISCOUNT
$100. Call 377-6918 for appointment. 9- Near new, (fairly close to campus 0-4-5-5 10 blks to campus. Hrdwd flr.ceilmg

10-5-1 $395. 462-4064. 0-7-9-2 fansgaragefenced ydpets ok.
1 Female 21-28 to share 3B/2.SBH in HI-FI
$170mmh+1/3utll 3771186. 9-7-4-5
2 weeks FREE RENT 2 bdr $339 4 blocks Greenwich Green. Exec Amenities, free 722 S. Main *The Red Bldg.

FOR RENT: north of UF; water paid, central air, 421 cable, w/d, 250 sec/21 Om. Avail Immed F roommate, safe + secure beautiful WE ARE CHEAPER

NW 15 Street 3717777. 0-7-9-2 Call 335-6105 condo In NW area. Close to UF & SF $250
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 1214766CHEAP
0-4-5-5 pays all, $150 security dep Call 376-5927
2 weeks FREE RENT Huge 2 bdr/2 ba or 813-956-1559 9-14-9-5

to Santa FE CC,, 1 BDR $270-$280, $369. 1000 sq feet. Bel Air Apartments Female responsible. for beautiful RADAR
2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440. Sec 636 NW 26 Ave 3717777. 0-7-9-2 2bdr/2ba In REFLECTIONS $350 t 1/2 SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT AT
Detectors a All Brands 375-4875
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. utilities and well worth III) Call 332-2297, BRANDYWINE 2 bdrba, FURNISHED 9-24-20-8 .

Santa F.Trace Apt.. 378-1190.' 12-14- Walk to UF. Studios, 1.2. ft 3 bedroom 0-4-5-5 $200/mo for own room. 1/2 cable ft bills

76-2 apartments just north of UF. 411 NW '15 Jacuzzi sauna, weight room huge pool *"**DESKS*** ((7)) $75 each
St. 371.7777, 9-7-9-2 Private room and bath for NS/F in luxurious 372.28570.nnl.. 9-10-5-5
and 25 chairs $5 each.
OaKbrook Condo $300 a month plus
Oak Glade' Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet ;
FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE
washer/dryer available In most units for A studio for $245, 1 bedrooms $260-340 1/2 utilities; Walk to UF; Call 375-6394. N/S F Roommate to share 2Br 1 1/2 bath Call" 372-3336 338-0004 after'*7 -
day
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 ft 2 Bath by UF, very nice must see. 411' NW 15 0-5-5-5 Townhouse $225/month Neg. t 1/2/ util. 9-24-20-6 pm

$250-$37S, sec ft Imr.. 372-6422. 12-14-' Street. 3717777. 9-7-9-2 Close to Shands. Call Howie at 3755864.
76-2 N/S F roommate to share 2 bdrm 1 1/2/ ba
*"**"AIR CONDITIONER"*,*
Quiet 2bdr apt enclosed porch. 2nd floor; apt with pharmacy student. Newly turn Needed mor n/s for a large 2bd apt
BTUs that (its t cools
INCREDIBLE new carpet; d/w; central air, (fans, on bus: l00/mo .. 1/2 util. 2 ml from Shands. close to UF/SFCC $150/mo ..ulillor own 12,000 under CoryDiamond -

Efficiency Apt. SW Villas: $385 water paid; 373-0701 335-5610 11.555BRANDYWINE room:pets ok. Call Roger 335-5336 leave 377-9615 Village 917156Classifieds.Apartment warranty

Starting at $188 0-5-4-2 menage. 0-7-4-5
Starling at $US/ 2 'edroomMEADOWCREIT 1/2 mile to UF FUR-

GRAD STUDENTS-.TWO BLKS FROM NISHED 2bdr/1 ba. $200/mo for own Needed m/f ns for own bedroom In 3br 2ba

110 NW 30th Ave' UNIV.- Two Bdrm Apt Very secure room + 1/2 bills, m/f Jacuzzi, sauna apartment near campus $165 neg 1/3/ r"

37S4MS $275/mo Call Kevin 9-5 376-5242; 377- weight room, huge pool. Dennis 372- utilities dep .C.1I33$.t028. leave mes Continued
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14, ALLIGATOR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.1990

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALECar FOR SALE REAL ESTATE


D-BASS-car Warehouse Safari Audio Is Gainesville' newest & finest 1656 SW 16 St-Somerset Village 2bdr/1
Moving Sale: Wicker living room furniture, Itereo specialist stereo amps-Alphasonlk 2x175 *
bedroom furniture & house lull of more direct sales on all car audio equipment. 2x70, punch 150 + 75, $400, 150, 375, In car audio, cellular & security. 1/2 ba w/ loft, refurbished, 1 block Irom
down,
Including plants, TV & microwave. Call Gainesville students 25% off sales/Instal 150, resp. obo, also Denon cd plyr $350- Custom Installation & repairs 336-1128 Shands. $55,000, $5500 904-344-3701 good
or
3353543. 9-4-5-8 lations. D-BASS 4504 SW 29th AveG'ville d-336-4675.. 9-4-36 9-7-11-6 terms. Call Jim or Betty
__ 9-11-10-7
7267096.
FL 32608. 9-26-20-6
Super tingle toft-sided BIKE 21 Inch Motobecane 'Super Mirage OAKTREE SHADZSNGLASES:
Waterbed, heater, sheets, PIT GROUP light gray WATERBED with front and rear Blackburn racks and RayBan $35Vuarnet $4SBolle $40, etc. 8 MOTORCYCLES
excellent condition $90. Call complete wsheets/ pads, heater $75. mirrors $150. Call 377-0844. 0-4-3-6 Call 335-6450 to save your money 9-17-
374.6531, ask for Mike. 9-4-5-6 call 3355775. 9-5-5-6 10-6 *MOPEDI TOMAS GOLDEN BULLET-
King size waterbed, new mattress and ___ new at x-mas, jet black w/ gold trim I 313
Stereo System NAD integrated amp ADS liner, bookcase h.adboarddrawer pedestal CAR STEREO-AIWA pullout car stereo w// miles $600 obo 472.2550 alter 0 pm. 9-
710 speakers $550 obo, will sell sepa- healer $300 firm, orlg. $800. Call cassette. Includes CD Input. 18-preset 4-6-8
ELITE rately Call 373.7383 alter 8 pm. 9-5-5-6 3716795. 985.8 memory, 50 watts $160. Call 336-4336 lor
Gerry. 9-6-3-6 Kawasaki GPZ550 1985 Like New 10000
COMPUTER BIKE men's 10-spd. 26' Schwinn $140; MOVING EAST II Queen size waterbed w/ miles Asking $1100 Neg. Call 332-3675.
KING WATERBED $130, both 6 months heater $130, fancy glass & wood coffee Ed's Warehouse Recycle 372-9718 desks, Leave m.llag.lf no answer. 9-4-5-8
SYSTEMSSimply old. BEER MEISERS single keg $200, table $75. ACT QUICKLY! Howard 338- bikes, ac, beds, stereos, tool appl, lamps.
1 double keg $900. Call 3757345. 8-4- 8516. 9-5-4-6 Save furniture, doors, speakers, tables, Kawasaki GPZ750 turbo 1984. Excellent
the best In quality, 4-6 couch. 428 NW 1st. 9-10-5-6 condtition. Very, very fast and depend
service and price. Call 3351300. Ruger 10/22/ scope, Claire, case $140; able. Call 335-6750. If no answer please
For Sale: Queen size waterbed. Includes: Ferret, Smo., handraised & case $75; Chinese 2 SHOTGUNSI Both Mossberg 12 gauges. leave message. 9-7-7-8
9-18-15-6 2 sets sheets, bedspread, mattress pad + Water Dragon w/20/ gal. tank, hand- Both have 2 barrels & stock & pistol grips.
heater. Full wave. $300. Call after 5:30: fed $90. 378-2905. 8-6-5-6 1 new I used. $375 & $350. 378-1460. 1985 Yamaha RZ-350. Exc cond & extra
Queen size H20 bed complete $50. 336- 332-6883. 9-5-5-6 9-6-3-6 parts. Toomey exhaust/have original. Oneof
1238 Kirk, leave message. 9-4-5-6 286 PC 3.5 & 5.25 Inch drives 40 meg. a kind 2-stroke $1800neg. Ray 335-
". For sale sofa brown plaid makes into double HD 640K Monitor, Printer, Serial & Paral. Computer-.IBM Compatible. Must sell to 93123329268. 9-12-9-8
1978 Buick Regal, actual mileage 46,000, bed excellent $150., 332-1594. 9-5- lei Ports $1500 371-6741. 9-7-5-6 pay tuition & rent. 5.25 and 3.5 drives and
air condition, am/lm radio in good condi 5-6 monitor. "WOW $1000 Call Bret 372- 79 honda, water cooled, shall driven,
tion. 2000 or best offer call Nancy 378- 2-person WALNUT dining room set. 1287. 9-7-4-6 $500 336-6509 392-2584 ask for Russ.
6475. 9-4-5-6 Complete king size waveless waterbed w// Call/Leave/ msg. 335-7782. 9-5-3-6 9-7-5-8
padded sideboards, headboard + heater 1988 FUJI Sundance ml. bike Primo Con
CAR ALARMS installed remote control $195 obo. Call 374-6657. 9-5-5-6 Sofa/love seat very fluffy good cond. dition plus add ons $300 firm 373-3301 Iv. SECA TURBO 650 sport bike. All white,
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will $120 obo, dinette set, wood grain, $125. message. 9-6-4-6 new tires rings xtra Great bike
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes Waterbed, super-single with heater, liner, Will, take best offer. Call 377-3450. 9-5- GREAT pri';I e: $12991; foaI:35:: 9-6-:
sage. 10-19-38-6 and sidepads. Must sell, price negotia Mattress $10; Box spring $10; Frame $10;
ble. 338-1243 leave message 9-4-4-6 New computer IBM compatible color mon also a full size oak headboard $15 377-
WATERBED, queen, everything including itor 640K 2 floppy dis 5 slot serial A. parall 7240. 9-4-2-6
satin sheet and comforter only $90 call BICYCLE, brand new 22.5lb Italian racing port dos 3.2 $500. Dryer apt. size $95. REPOSSESSED VA b HUD HOMES

Brian after 5pm 371-4655. 9-4-4-6 bike, Index 14 spds, Columbus tubing Call 336-0010. 9-4-1-6 7 REAL ESTATE Available from government from $1
throughout asking $450. 373-3674. 9-6-
without credit check. You repair. Also tax
BUNK BED FOR SALE MUST SELLI! 5-6
Custom made formica desks, bookshelves delinquent foreclosures. Call ((805))
Good Condition Call 335-0701. 9-5-5-6 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair
HOBIE 4 SALE bars, tables, speakers, and furni ). Delinquent tax properly. Reposaeselons. 682-7555, Ext. H-2004 for repo list in

Matching LOVESEAT and CHAIR. GREAT 17' with wings, gear, trailer, great condition ture. Any size and over 150 colors. Mica Your area ((1)))> 805-667-6000 your area.
Works
336-1707. 9.7.58SPRING
CONDITION'' Only $75 for both. Single $3200. Call John 3381004. 9-6-5-6 Ext. GH-9480' for current repo Met. 9-
futon bed/chair/ also avail. Call 3750175.
9-4-3-6 Dorm size carpet for sale. Good cndt, BREAK
cream. B/O./ Call Liz 3752045. Leave
Couch, gold, good condition. $50.00 or mesa age, 9-5-4-6 Christmas, summer travel FREE. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
best offer 3387459. 9-4-3-6
CHEAPI 4 dr 1981 Honda Accord, good Air couriers needed and Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe
Bike-schwmn 10 speed-man's. In good condition, am/fm, must sell quick, $1400 cruiseship jobs. Call ((805))
shape, rides nice. $50 obo. Call Heather, obo. Call 373-8949 after 5:00: pm ask lor 682-7555, Ext. F-1432. ACROSS 6 Popular name 47 Seemed to 53 learn by -:
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TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4,1990.ALLIGATOR. 15,


AUTOS AUTOS AUTOS SERVICESBEST

1988 HONDA MAGNA 750CC LIKE NEW HONDA Prelude tl 88, stereo, ac, sunroof ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 78 Monte Carlo recent tires, belts, AVAIABLE PROTECTIONI I CS Mil.
LOW MILES $329500 CALL 372.4160. 5 speeds, white, 29k miles $11 I 000 RATES, low payments, fast drive shocks, hoses, runs great, dependable itary tear gas 8 personal protection info
9758 negotiable, great condition, tel 335-4976. thru service, ta habla Espanol 377-2277 good mpg, needs passenger dash pad & Keycham unit or home canister $17.95
9559 377-CARS. We care. 9.17.10-9 ac box. $750. 4952536. 9.5.5.9 each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok,
9 AUTOS Vita/MC phone orders) Sent Immediately I
SUZUKI Samurl 87, new top & battery, 82 BMW 3201 Black /Full loaded, Exc 1989 NISSAN PULSAR burgundy/grey Sallie Cain, Action Seminars, 6141
mint condition, $4200 obo, call: 375 cond110K/SS300 Call for more into speed, air, am/fm, brand new condition, Parkforest, Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call
1983 Pontiac Grand Prix Brougham 0394. 955.9 335.1818. 983.9 under warranty. Call 338.4055 between 504.7S1.fuos
Power everything Incl. moon roof Exc 8am and 4:15: pm. 9-14-139
condition $3000. 378.1253. 910109 .TOYOTA SUPRAI984Auto.LoadedGood** For Sale 1968 Volvo Coupe Mint Condi *SUNBELT MOVING*
condl tion Runs Great $2000 or Best Offer Call
88' HONDA CRX white w/ blue Interior tion/$4,950/Ph. 377-9618. 913109 Mike ,.463.1350 orl.463.2918 10 WANTEDLocal Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies
$6900 Obo Call 371.9886. 1 1. Item House full. Local/Lng dist!
1981 TOYOTA STARLET Good running 75 HONDA CIVIC CVCC good condition, Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Lie/Ins/ Priced for Studentsl Marty 375-
Suspicion breeds confidence ((42)) condition, new tires & shocks $1000. Call runs well, many new parts, $650 Call 334 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie Fine MOVE 12147611
9459 375-0373 alter 6 pm. 9659 6608 9459 Jewelry 373.9243. 12.14.76-10
HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm &
1980 FORD F-150 PICKUP EXCELLENT 1977 HONDA CIVIC 5-speed, runs great Chevy Camaro '86 black/grey/ Exc. condi Wanted: nursery coordinator $6.00/hr. Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate in care &
CONDITION. $2395/Best Offer Call 371. $700. 1981 CHEVY MALIBU 4-door, automatic tionl w/custom stereo, louvers, tinted Call 378-1527 Tues and Wed. 8.30-3.30 facil ties. 15 mm from UFI Jan 376-7762
1073. 9789 am/lm/ cassette$1200. Call 376 win.,dual exh A/C,new rims and brakes Childcare experience a mustl) 945.10 91414.11
4113. 9649 Only $45001 Richard @ 3355584. 9.6-
1984 Plymouth Horlxon 4-dr hatchback, AAA STORAGE
crystal beige, clean, AM/FM radio. Good 1984 CHEROKEE JEEP$4800/best/ offer '82 CHEVETTE am/lm cast stereo a/c low 11 SERVICESNW Close to UF,Convenient
cond, runt well For a great deal 377 4 wheel drive, 4-door, am/fin/ cassette, mileage good condition. $850 obo call 4x4x4 $15/mo/
4439 9459 great condition. 1.237-6606 evenings. 9- 378-0791. 95.59 Mini storage at I.75 & NW 39th Ave 4x8x8 $25/mo/ .
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377 1771
near Oaks Mall area, SxStolO* 20 from 12147611 *
$20,10%disc. to students 332-8917. 12
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4.78.11 HOUSEHOLD PESTS? Roaches fleas,
11 &A by pablo SEXUALL ants, etc. Special price for students.
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fie bird with an de through September. Advanced Pest Control .
Get confidential testing and treatment at .
372.2650 9 10-10 11
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 12-

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biRD item/Hse Full. Dayt/Evtt/ Long dit 720 NW 23rd Avenue
Lic/lnt Harry/Bill 374.4791, 12147611SLEEPY 377.5055ABORTION
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..SEGIALm HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons BIRTH CONTROL
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hay rides parties sales working 12-14-75.11
students accepted. 466-3224, 375.8080.
12-14-76 11 1 ***R& R Pickup & Delivery professional
shippers over 40 yrs. The neighborhood
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recognition that she still gets. then the TI

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twice, wants to be remembered as Analyst ED
more than just a good swimmer."I .
want to be known as someone ,' t is your ;
who worked hard and set a good Ii' '',:\' l best choice.
example," she said "I think it's im- .3 '{5
...'portant' to balance your time." pot 1 .._ ,65. 8 ,i :' It's a business IIImajor's ,.,

Apparently Caulkins was good at ,\\\\\, dreammachine
balancing her time between the the
FIA handlestimevalueofmoney
books and the pool. In 1984, she : the easily
was named one of the NCAA's top t first and onlycalculator ,
five student athletes.
with cash flows IRR and
Foster said her academic abili- ,
ties contributed to her success. a multi-line display' NPV. 4 .:

"I 1 think it was talent and hard .
that lets Why not make.it
you see
work, Foster said.Tracy was very
"' tough mentally." all the problemyour business to try one

Caulkins has plenty of followers
solving variables today at your nearest
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who remember what she did for .'r.
UF's swimming program. Last year once. You can TI calculator dealer.INSTRUMENTS. "
two UF boosters created the Tracy
Caulkins Super Scholarship in her sN\; check your work, r"wrt 1I1\\7
"name. The scholarship is awardedto 4 s make corrections or
two UF swimmers annually.

Those who saw Caulkins swim compare "what-ifs" .
are left with an impression of a 3 without reentering TEXAS
swimmer who worked hard 'and 4,
strived for perfection. the,entire problem.

L,. "I 1 remember her as a person who And,'what's more,
did everything exactly right," Fos-
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Hailey to 'give it his best' as UF's latest punter

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By SHARON GINN cision. game, it may not just be fans he Though sophomore Shane Mat-
Alligator Writer "(Hailey's) going to be our gets grief from. Hailey is from thews and junior Kyle Morris are
punter," Spurrier said. "If he Oklahoma and was recruited by still one-two on Spurrier's quarter- SEe Standings
With the home opener against shanks the first two he's still goingto Oklahoma State as a wide receiver. back depth chart, Spurrier said
Oklahoma State just four. days be our punter." He said a lot of the players are they both have a long way to go SEe Overall
away, UF football coach Steve Punter is a position that has already teasing him about that. before the Gators can pass as Kentucky O.Q ,1.0,
Spurrier finally has named a starting been weak for the Gators duringthe But no matter what happens, much as he wants. Tennessee Alabama O.Q 0-0 1.0.1 O.Q

punter. past few seasons. Fans have Hailey is just happy to be playinghis need Auburn O.Q 0.0UF
(The quarterbacks) lot O.Q 0.0
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said that red. punters
Spurrier Monday first collegiate Last sea
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shirt freshman Jason Hailey has efforts. son, after being projected as the going" LSU a 0 0.0
ball all over the lot, Spurrier said. 01.MIss a 0 0.0
won the job, beating out freshmanRon Hailey hopes he doesn't get that Gators next punter, Hailey was Mississippi State O.Q 0-0
Perez and junior placekickerArden reaction this year. forced to watch from the sidelines Spurrier said their progress this Vanderbilt O.Q 0.0
Czyzewski. Hailey's performance "I hope that I can be on the fans' after suffering a knee injury that week will determine the playing
in Thursday's scrimmageon side and be liked by (them)," he required reconstructive surgery. against Oklahoma State. He

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I Volleyball team loses opening matchEastern



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match in three gamesBy --



some cheerThe Alligator MIKE SCHULTZ Writer


An untested UF volleyball team
was putto
of the school is
beginning
year supposed the test Sunday by the 4-0 Eastern Michigan
to mark one of the happiest times in
Hurons.In .
a student's life.That's .
their season opening match, the Ga t1
because, along with purchasing tors lacked the teamwork and timing of the
textbooks in the lines
wailing drop/add
Hurons, losing three straight games 13-15,
and all and for the
losing
your pens pencils
5-15,14-16 at the O'Connell Center.
year within the first two days of school the
"We had too many new players, and our
college and professional football seasons
teamness was not as good as good as
are about to start. theirs," Gators coach Marilyn McReavysaid.

Instead, all the excitement of sitting in "We had two close games, and if we
front of the television set for 48 consecutive .
had won one of them I think we would have .
hours every weekend to watch football been O.K.." ,
.
(meaning anything with the word 'football'in ...... .. .0.0
Playing together for the first time, the .. ,. .. .
it, including repeats of contests from newly assembled Gators squad mounted ... .: .'".

1967, Division III games and the Canadian comebacks in games one and three, onlyto .
Football League) has understandably disap -
fall short because of untimely!) errors. )<

peared. "We made some tense errors," McReavysaid. j.t
Football has become secondary to the ..
"At critical times we didn't serve well. p
shock and horror stemming from the murder In the first game, the Gators rallied froma .'"

of five college students committed during 9-12 deficit to lie the game at 13 on a Lisa } S (,(fJ

the past 11 days in Gainesville. Miller kill before finally losing 1315.

The Gators never got it together in the .. W ':f&&
a Alex Marvez
second game as Hurons' senior Nikki ..

THREE Stubbs registered five kills in a 5-15 win. \
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COUNT Down 3-10 in the third game, the Gators, / II. L
led Schutz and Suzanne .11
by Suzy Hughes, ,
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jJUnder normal circumstances, UF's cam fought back to a 14-14 tie. But a bad serve .. .. 0: ... .: ..,.
by Miller cost the Gators a side out and : t
pus would be buzzing over the Gators'seasonopener .. J. -.1.
Eastern Michigan capitalized for a 14-16 r.'' 'i"
Saturday against Oklahoma '. .. ";: ., .
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win and the match. "

State.Steve 'Hasn't my photo been in enough Gators assistant coach Mary )Jo Peppier ,aft' :;, wda 4''.
said that despite the loss, she was im-
local newspapers? Spurrier will coach his '
with the Gators'
pressed play.
first game for his alma muter. Shane Mat NATALEE WATERS-AlliGATOR
thews, who was listed behind UF president "We made good comebacks" in the first Eastern Michigan's Theresa Ford tries to spike the ball past UF's Kristin

John Lombardi!, Bart Simpson and and third games, Peppler'said.. "We I Guetzkow. The Hurons defeated the Gators 13-15, 5-15, 14-16 Sunday In the
learned little about Ournext
Spurrier's daughter, Lisa, last spring on the a our players today. Gators' season opener. UF will play again Wednesday against South Carolina in
will be in
phase specializing players
Gators' quarterback depth chart, will make Columbia.
rotations and positions.
his first start (and a well-deserved one at
that). McReavy and Peppier agreed they liked Schutz led the Gators with 13 kills, while Peppler said she needed to find a place in

I And Florida Field will be 257,364 degrees the play of newcomers! Steffi Legall and Legall sparked the team with 20 digs. the lineup for Gators' senior Lisa Bonk, who
Schutz, despite some errors.
didn't start Sunday's match.
cooler with the installation of the grass field

in place of the artificial turf garbage.But .

things have drastically changed. whatever happened to. .

Now, the only huddles people care aboutare i

the ones which involve keeping friends Caul Gators ranked
ins ofUF's bestBy
and loved ones close and safe. { was one

UF football players feel the same way. 23rd,UM 1st ;

Coach Spurrier gave players with 'steadygirlfriends' ville,Tenn.,when she marries Australian
last MATT FOGLESON swimmer Mark
permission Tuesday to Stockwelland
pend! evenings off-campus to comfort Alligator Writer moves to his continent.She UPI Top 25

them. A section of Yon Hall, UF's athletic When compiling a list of UF's all- said she doesn't know what Tfw.. .
UnM Pram
dormitory with a cafeteria that would make time great athletes names of football she's going to do when she gets _!bill nlfcgi.mil. MmMonil r,end and Bowl Iirplaea"'of COMM wM In Top pmntmM 25 oo "'
Mr ,Morrison re-design his restaurant there. .Mil. .pom*(bmd.on 15 pan*,lor." list pin,14 to woontf ale...),
; players immediately come to mind. and lie wale's.. raNegI '
chain,was opened to accommodate:! !students But no such list would be complete "I'm going down to look at my

who did not want to sleep in oft-campus without former UF swimmer Tracy options. I'm not sure, but it may be I Miami. ((25)) ((0-0)) 643 I
housing.An Caulkins. something sports related," said 2 Notre Dame((11)) ((00)) 608 2
3 Florida SUM ((4)) ((0-0)) 554 3
on-campus pep rally, scheduled for During her three years of competition Caulkins, who graduated from UF 4. Auburn ((3)Cal) ((0-0)) 546 4
Thursday, .was: canceled.!' There was spec at UF, Caulkins won 21 All- in 1985 with a journalism degree. t, Southern ((1)) (((1-0))) '409 8 _

ulation Saturday's 4 p.m. game would be America awards while leading the Caulkins said the discipline that .6 7 Colorado Michigan ((0.0.1)371((0-0))) 375 I 7

cancded or re-scheduled for earlier in the team to a national title and three aum'9 her swimming career required a Tennessee ((1-0-1)) 347 I

day, but everything currently remains sta- Southeastern Conference titles. helped her prepare for future challenges."You 10 9 Clemson Nebraska ((1)) ((1-0)( )) 276 312 10 I

tus quo. "Tracy's unquestionably the greatest swimmerin learn to apply things you learn from 11 Texai MM (((1-0)) 178 11

"Usually, there is excitement in the air the history of United States swimming," UF swimming to your life," Caulkins said. ,12.13 lilinoii ((0-0)() ) 164 12
Virginia' 99 21
((1-0))
with everyone talking about the first game," swim coach Skip Foster said. Her most vivid memory of her career at UF 14. Ohio Stale ((0-0)) 97 13

said tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick. "Now, it's Caulkins proved that in Los Angeles in 1984 came at the O'Connell Center pool during her 16 15. Arkansas. (((0-0))) -7e i
and doom. I'd be if I said the first as a_Gator."I Washington ((0-0))
gloom lying ( when she won three gold medals at the Olympics.Her year 17 Alabama ((0-0)) 67'17 '

We're students here, too, not just matched by few athletes in any collegiate sportas the NCAA championship. It was at Florida and 20 19 Penn Pittsburgh State ((1-0)((00))). ::41 37 ,IS 20.

football players." she announced her retirement after the my sister (Amy)was there,"said Caulkins, whose 21 UCLA ((0.0).20) 19 .

It's good to know UF players,'coaches Games. sister was a junior on the UF team at the time. 22 21 Fresno((111'OF Stall ((0-0)((1-0))) I 14 I *U

and athletic administrators realize playing Six years later, Caulkins is engaged and enjoy Caulkins also said she misses her former team 23(M) Men Si ((0-0)) 6' 22

with the pigskin is an afterthought com ing a part-lime career in sports promotions and mates and coaches with whom she became close. 23 u-ummlwd(tit)'TlxII' ((0-0)) 6 24,

pared to the recent events in Gainesville. broadcasting. "All the fun times, the good times bond you

-, Hopefully Saturday's game can bring Caulkins spent this summer broadcasting the together," she said. "I hope to keep in touch with Others receiving votes:'Arizona, Georgia

some cheer into an otherwise dispirited Goodwill Games In Seattle and next summer, she North Carolina State, Syracuse;West
community. will be even further from her hometown of Nash see Caulkins, page 18 Virvinia..l0 .


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