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They're' not blatant scrawls." and burglary charge came after an
Alligator By Staff Writer Darnell also said the killer probably Indian River County woman Brother of possible suspect says
spent some time in the apartments stepped forward and identified I
One of the top eight possible after stabbing his victims. Humphrey as the man who en- Edward i is target of exaggerationsBy
suspects in the Gainesville mur- "He did not go, we don't think, tered her home,held a knife to her
ders was charged Tuesday with an right in and out," she said. throat and demanded she take off BOUCHER Edward Humphrey was arrested
unrelated sexual assault, while police Alachua County Sheriff'sspokesman her clothes, said Indian River Alligator Staff Writer early Thursday at his :
reentered the crime scenes to Lt. SpencerMann said County Sheriffs Office spokes- family's home in Indialantic, a
gather more evidence. he does not expect anyone to be woman Theresa Woodson.In To the nightly news audience, small city near Melbourne, after ti
UF freshman Edward Lewis arrested soon in connection with the report filed Oct. 6, 1988, Edward Lewis Humphrey is the he allegedly beat his grand-
Humphrey was charged in a 1988 the murders, but investigators the woman described her attackeras unshaven, rumpled young man mother. The next day a judge I
attempted sexual battery and continue to track eight possible a 24- to 27-year-old blond man staring at the judge with vacant raised his bail to $1 million, and i
armed burglary in Indian River suspects.Two of those eight are in with.mustache who drove a white eyes and a scarred face. police dubbed him "extremely r
County,police said Tuesday. Hum- custody. van. At the time of the incident, But to UP"history senior George valuable" to Gainesville investigators. ;
phrey was being held Tuesday Stephen Bates is being held in Humphrey was 16. His high Humphrey, Edward is the little .
night on another charge in the Polk County Jail on charges of school senior picture shows himas brother whose life has been a series Police charged him Tuesdaywith
Brevard County involving a family clean-shaven. of tragedies.
armed burglary, aggravated assault the 1988 armed burglary and
dispute. While Humphrey charged With his brother in Brevard
and battery. Bates was ar- was a attempted sexual battery of an In-
Gainesville investigators also rested in Lakeland Aug. 29 after the murder investigation widened. County jail labeled a possible suspect dian River County woman who
continued their field work, saying turning himself in, and police said Task force members sent officials in the murders of five Gaines stepped forward after seeing his i j
they believe the murderer of five he muttered suspicious things to West Virginia and Wyoming ville students, George Humphrey, photo. His brother dismissed the
college students taunted police by about the Gainesville murders. and flew in a reflective light 22, reflected Tuesday night on the charge as ridiculous."Ed .
leaving messages in the victims' Humphrey, 18, has been in the system from the University of events'that have turned his life
apartments."The Brevard County Detention Center Southern Mississippi to search the upside down. looks so different than he
killer may have left sig- since Thursday morning. He was Gainesville crime scenes. "My family is dying from this," did back then," said George Hum
with his The is he said. "I'm concerned. I'm phrey, referring to the facial scars
nals, Gainesville police spokes- charged beating 79yearold light system designed to very
woman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. grandmother and is being heldon pick up hidden evidence such as concerned about my family, and and weight gain his brother suf- :

"They're very subtle. They're not $1 million bail. see Charges, page 10 the way this will affect my see Humphrey, page 9 '
written messages, necessarily. The attempted sexual battery brother."
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Election ResultsDemocrat ,

win state primaries ;
I Republican

Governor Governor Voters crush city-county consolidationBy

*Lawton Chiles and Buddy Mackay 81% Bob Martinez received 5,908 votes 67% DEBBIE CENZIPER Juan Vitali joined a group of Chiles' I
received 20,603 votes supporters at the Alachua County
.Bill Nelson and Tom Gustafson received 4,678 .Marlene Woodson-Howard received 970 votes Alligator Staff Writers Supervisor of Elections office Tues-
votes .Anthony Martin received 326 votes day night.He said the voters rallied
.John Davis received 402 votes Former U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles around Chiles' issues.
and incumbent Gov. Bob Martinezran "It's a clear mandate from the
.Warren H. Folks received 133 votes
US Congress by their opponents in city and Alachua County," Vitali
US Tuesday's primary and the much- said. "Students are unified very
*Art Johnson received 10,992 votes 56% Congress debated issue of a combined much with his issues."
.Joan L. Wollin received 8,495 votes *Clifford Steams received 6,442 votes 82% Gainesville and Alachua County Both Chiles and Martinez will

government failed miserably.With represent their respective partiesin
received 1,352 votes
Larry Gallagher 67 of the the Nov. 4 general election.But .
State Legislature I I District I 23 percent state pre-
cincts counted, 71 percent of Florida much of the focus Tuesday
*Cynthia Moore Chestnut received 51% State Legislature District 23 Democrats tossed their support night was on the voters' answer to

4,178 votes:, *Sinclair Eaton received 1,332 votes 78% behind Chile) a former UF professor the consolidation question. If

.Clay Phillips received 3,285 votes Johnny D. Days received 386 votes now in Tallahassee. The passed, the referendum would
voting results ended an intense have forced the merger of the city
0 Larry Harvey received 545 votesCounty
campaign scrap between Chiles, and county governments into one
Commission District 4 60, and Melbourne U.S. Rep. Bill strong-mayor government. But the
Non-partisan Nelson, 47. citizens' answer was a resounding
*leveda Brown received 12,480; votes,50% In the race that wasn't, Martinez "No," with 66 percent of voters

Ron Fuller received 12,205 votes City Commission District 2 43% garnered 66 percent of the vote, going against the plan.
cruising past four Republican op- State Rep. David Flagg, D-
*Jim Notstein received 1,072 votes ponents who never showed a glimmer Gainesville, was on hand to hear
.Jim Painter received 868 votes' of hope in the polls. the results Tuesday night at the
.Bill Howard received 536 votes Alachua County voters mirroredthe elections office and said he was
statewide results. With 100 per- glad the voters got to decide on the
cent of the votes cast Tuesday to- future of their local government.
taled, the unofficial results showed "That's what we wanted to do,"
ConsolidationThe that Democrats supported Chiles he said. 'To give people a choice."

>with 81 percent, while Martinez In the hotly contested race to fill
received 67 percent of the Repub- retiring Hawthorne Democrat Sid
countywide consolidation referendum failed with 66 percent of voters saying no to the merger. lican vote. Martin's state senate seat, 78 per-

Former Student Senator and stu-
source: Alachua County Supervisor ot Elections Office Numbers reflect Alachua County only dent body presidential candidate see Results page 5 I

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Calling all Democrats: The College Chemistry Building Room 237. New More engineering: The Benton
Democrats will meet tonight at members welcome and pizza will\ be Engineering Council will be havingits 1
8 in Reitz Union Room B-65 to dis- served. first general meeting Thursday AlivF,
cuss November elections. Call Broadcast news: Alpha EpsilonRho night at 7:30: in Weil Hall Room 270.
Dawn 334-9397 broadcasting fraternity will be Call 3920994.
Get in the game: The Gator having its first meeting tonight in Alpha Kappa Psi:The first meet.
Water Polo Club will have its first Weimer Hall Room 1094. Call 336- ing has been postponed until Tues S
meeting and practice today at 5 at the 6480. day, Sept 11 and the Rush Smokeris
Florida Pool. Call Don Lutton 373- Transfer activities:The Transfer tentatively set for Wednesday
0601.Fun Activities Council will\ be having its Sept 12. Check glass case across
food and fellowship: The first meeting tonight at 7:30: in the from Matherly Hall Room 151 for
First Lutheran College Students invite Reitz Union Room B.60. All are wel location. Call 334.7197..
all students to a free barbecue come. Call Matthew Bald, 376-1757. At your service: Alpha Phi
tonight at 6 at the Activity Center of Pushing for peace: Citizens who Omega, a national service fraternity e
the church 1801 N.W. Fifth Ave. If wish to promote a peaceful resolution is now holding rush through :
you need a ride call 376-2062. to the crisis in the Gulf can join Sunday, Sept. 9. Stop by the Information :
Get smart: The Society of Engineering other concerned people tonight at booth near the Hub or call Mike,
Science will be holding its 7:30: at the Catholic Student Center, 334-5585.
first meeting Thursday afternoon at 1738 N.W. University Ave. Call 376- Heads up: The UF Women's Soc I
3 in the Engineering Sciences Build 6292. cer Club will be holding practices on
ing Room 224. Call Pablo, 3713132. Just do it: The University of Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday f
Gay Preview '90: The Gay and Florida Cycling Team will be havinga afternoons, 5:15-7:15: : and Wednesday
Lesbian Student Union will be general meeting on Thursday eve- afternoons, 5:45-7:45: at
having its preview tonight at 7:30: at ning at 8:30: in the Reitz Union, 3rd Maguire Field. Call Steve, 3352988or Q
the Institute for Black Culture, floor. Call Sean, 338-1489. Allison, 334-8540.
corner of 15th Street and University Just do it (again):The Universityof Heads up II: The UF's Men's
Avenue. Call 3320700. Florida Cycling Team meets Mon Soccer Club practices every Tues
Ride 'em Gator: The Team day through Friday afternoons at day, Wednesday, and Thursday Order your college ring NOWJOSTENS
Florida Bicycle Racing Club will be 4:30: at the rock by Turlington Hall. afternoon at 5 at Schnell Field. Call
having a general meeting tonight at All levels welcome for these training John, 335-0625() or Cam 3775030.
8:30: in the Reitz Union (room number rides. Call Sean 3381489. Captain my captain: All intramural I
to be posted in elevator). New Rush: Delta Sigma Pi will be volleyball and flag football ,
II I C" I C 0 I 0 I O.
members welcome. Call 3733308. having its 2nd night of rush captains must sign up for a game
AICHE: The first meeting for the Thursday at 7:30: at the Polos Apts. slot, day, and time prior to their Wed.-Fri.
Sept. 5. 6 & 7 Time: :00-5:00: :
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I Senators try.. to reschedule elections for October :I

By JACK REJTMANAlligator New Year. Senators rescheduled tion would allow both SG and po- and slating to run with one of the legal basis for the move. But that
Writer elections for Oct. 10. tential student candidates to better student parties was to begin Tues- was before he found the law about
Student Body President Michael prepare for the election, Mayeuxsaid. day. But when UF extended holidays.But .
When Student Government ex- Browne and Student Body Vice drop/add and fee payment deadlines Mayeux said even if the
ecutives decided they wanted to President Kevin Mayeux wrote a SG officials said they holiday wasn't planned for Sept..
push the upcoming student elec- letter last week to Student Honor 'There is no way the universitycan wouldn't have time to check 19, SG leaders could still move the
tions back three weeks,some ques- Court Chancellor Bob Lloyd, ask- process stuff fast enough for students' requirements. election dates.
tioned whether it was legal. Now ing him to postpone the elections. us to have a valid election," May-
they've found a loophole. Lloyd then passed that decision on eux said Tuesday. "And this will Students must have a 2.0 grade "The only clause in the consti-
Thanks to a student body law to student senators. allow students to know that elec- point average, have no outstandingfees tution on moving elections is if
allowing elections to be moved in Browne and Mayeux wanted the tions are coming up and give them and be registered full-time to there is a conflict with a school
case of a holiday, student senators election moved to accommodate the opportunity to run. Otherwise, run for an SG office. holiday," Mayeux said. "But ((Tan
decided Tuesday to move the elec- students who left town last week in only an elite group would be run- Sen. Adam Tanenbaum'said he enbaum) doesn't understand. The
tion scheduled for Sept. 19 the the wake of the murders of five ning for office." was against moving the electionsat constitution gives us the power to
start of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish local students. Postponing the elec- Qualifying to run for an SG office first because the leaders had no change the election dates."

State funds unable to coverstudents' mom arm"

sarlw'I ;

government grantsBy

been denied grants is to wait for possible money left
over from unused grants this fall. Extra money will
Alligator Staff Writer
be applied toward spring grants, she said. NAMaws
About 1,600 UF students found themselves shortof Each year,30 percent to 40 percent of students who aaai VRun
money and time at semester's start when state are offered grants won't enroll in school or fall shortof AXarrllr
financial aid money ran out. specific grant requirements, creating a pot of extra WNW I
Because of Florida's swelling college enrollment, money, Sweeny said. But although some money is aaaarw aallia "
an unprecedented number of applicants applied for usually left over, students shouldn't depend on it, w
the need-based Florida Student Assistant Grant this Sweeny said. ..rw.rra s
year and flooded state funds, said Liz Sweeny, state "I have no idea if we're going to have the money at radar aai.aar aiiaaalraarNow
I student assistance programs this point,"" Sweeny said. lalrrilr alilirMil ,t;
administrator. __ ___ State Reo. David Flaee.. rarw rnraw '
\ D-Gainesville, said he's
UFStudentFinancialAfAs +
soon as we Were aware
fairs Director Karen disappointed not only be-
said hundreds of students the Problems we Were looking cause financial aid is aa>Illat
crowded her Anderson ? scarce this year, but also Illiw...ridS #
Hall offices the last few at ways Ifill WB gap. because students were

weeks looking for alter- -Karen Fooks promised money and will
nate financing. Those stu- not receive; It. The De- 547ab
dents were told to apply for Student financial affairs director partment of Education
s td"en" .'.u.-ft"_ml."I.....;....1.. can was irresponsible: whenit + !t+ r'
take 2 to 6 weeks to arrive gave a "false impres-
or find employment, Fooks said. sion" to students.
"As soon as we were aware of the problems, we "I'm very disappointed in the manner that they
were looking at ways to fill the gap,"said Fooks,whose handled it, giving out false hopes by sending that
department doles out aid to 22,000 UF students. preliminary letter," Flagg said.

Some of the lowest income students immediatelywere Many students may have made academic decisions YT rMoving

offered minimal grants after they lost the first based on the grants they expected to receive, he said.
grants, but money soon ran out, she said.
About 200 Santa Fe Community College students
But students who complained they received last- each lost an estimated $660 per semester this year,
minute notice were never assured of money, Sweeny and there's a slim chance students actually will receive MICHELE KATZ
said. Instead, students received a letter telling them state money, said Joan Buchanan, SFCC student on down the line
they would be eligible for money if funds were avail- financial aid services director.see UF junior Scott Cohen instructs junior Peter Leone on the I
able. About 3,700 UF students will receive grants. proper technique of repelling.
Sweeny said another option for students who have Grant, page 8Cdihecdiawi4

I !, 0 :' ,&;-f. ;..r:"' n"f":1 : :*" : ; Lombardi tackle
( *'HI'' '?* 1- : '' : promises to
act' .. ...,. ., : I
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:a. .Saturday:'Nigkt'Livt:comedianillerwan't ; ,">;f but he said; he believes tickets can{

',DenniIM perform jt UF '1;:be:refunded or held until the per.{. UF faculty salary inequities
this weekend because UF police4aretoounders4alfedtohandteth ,foroiance S is : t I t : ,|l.t ', '$"; : A' ct.\rri: ; -
'crowd Student GovemmeatPro-: **'is,.'"' '*!%' 0 ,t t {t ft, By ALISON BENNETT ing and correcting salary discrimination among
,;to Iler '!..J 1 \ faculty. Only four of the 61 female and minority
( ductionsChairman: .f'MMf1c M _signed a p !1ara st'A Alligator Writer
members who for increasesin
faculty applied salary
,r.d z, ." .'Tuetatduy-At,;r>>"'...f.2f : :!;H"* ,il."' <.<,: .'to:,$ 5tooo;' '" ''l.y' UF's procedure to correct salary inequities the last academic year received them.
'f' v.f J.-:1: 1.ttIf" """""' ''''"of, "
t- r among faculty members "isn't working, and legis- Lombardi! said one problem in dealing with salary
'IJP. ,poJiee'taeJUMd',...., ,.,.:J,, u nc 'added.": ".Jt1 lation designed to remedy the problem has not inequities was that the old process of application
ft'holt to:12fcwuftoftft 1IIiW! ; S. ;.. helped much, UF President John Lombardi! told review meant final applications and recommendations -
: p >l t ts .' ia faculty members Tuesday. for salary increases ended on his desk -
... :.. ';J.".". up
aaillarerNel. '
> IpIC cal .J.I'
reek'E'> """"'" { task that belongs to the not to the
: {$t'J Speaking to 100 members of the UF chapter of a provost
: Jf.f" ,'fh'f United Faculty of Florida, Lombardi! said he alone president, he said.
....1Ii M : j f
\riIr ',: h" .can't solve the problem, but he is willing to try, and "I have so many substantive decisions to make
fi Wilt. ..... ..... Now rdso't.:,
: "
in find of evaluation
he has already set measures place to a every day, he said. "Our system of
#!. 1'tut-.n' erE'ir ...., .,' ,J ::. .J solution. these things is not very effective. The universitythat
: \.f> ;\; !)o.; ,<\1! has make decisions
7 o "Salary inequity is surely one of the most difficult to these on a presidentiallevel
ft 1 fi' '1 : x i ': '''''4','': I have lots of
:'- : ; ce: '" problems an administration can face, and there is Is doing something wrong.
no doubt that we're facing it now," Lombardi! said. experience to tell when the system is working. This
"The pot of money that is available creates a tre- system isn't"UFF
mendous dilemma, given how small it is against the President Jane Brockmann said the problemis
l'---: scale of the problem we're trying to fix." bureaucratic red tape.

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WASHINGTON (UPI) While seeking donations of just what is our status with all the other countries
abroad to defray the costs of the Persian Gulf crisis around the globe," Michel said. 7F
President Bush added to fiscal problems at home For the record the debt forgiveness was intendedto
Tuesday with a bid to reward Egypt for supportingthe ease the financial burden Egypt faces from its ReminderCAREER
U.S.-led stand against Iraq. commitment of troops to Saudi Arabia and enforce-
The White House announced that Bush would ask ment of U.N.-ordered economic sanctions against'
Congress to erase an estimated $7.1 billion in U.S. Iraq.But '.
military loans to Egypt in appreciation of support for there was a strong political message as well in
efforts to drive Iraq out of occupied Kuwait. the White House announcement which lauded Egyp-
The move telegraphed last week would free Egypt tian President Hosni Mubarak for helping to unite
of a$750 million payment due this year. It raised new much of the Arab world against Iraqi President Sad EXPO
questions about the ultimate cost of the confrontationwith dam Hussein.
Iraq and fresh concern about its impact on a White House press secretary Marlin Fitzwater said
strained federal budget Bush was"recognizing the unique strategic contribu-
House Republican leader Robert Michel of Illinois tion by Egypt to peace and security in the Middle
warned that "it might be a little bit premature" to East a role that Egypt has played with courage
approve the request for Egypt "without considerationfor determination and consistency."
other areas where we've got to be doing things The proposed debt forgiveness was only the latest
foreign aid-wise." example of the costs the United States has agreed to Friday, September' 14, 1990
"I think before I commit myself to supporting this shoulder, including an estimated $46 million a day for
or that forgiveness I'd like to have a full accounting military operations, in its confrontation with Iraq. 9:30: am 4:30: pm

Stephen C. O'Connell Center

I, Canada agrees to negotiate with Mohawks II over 200 Employerswith Activity

OTTAWA (UPI) Indian Affairs Minister Torn on lands the Indians claimed was an ancient burial
Siddon said Tuesday the government is willing to ground. opportunities for
negotiate greater powers for Canada's Indian groups Soldiers continued Tuesday to surround a
if defiant Mohawks south of Montreal disarmed them- detoxification center at the settlement in Oka ALL majors
selves. Quebec, which serves as the last post for about 50
Siddon said the government already funds Indian militant Mohawk warriors,women and children refus-
.}' peace keeper units in Quebec, but would discuss ing to disarm. Learn haYto' impress
other policing powers as soon as the Mohawks on the One of the militants, known only as Beekeeper, Potential
I Kanesatake reserve surrender their weapons. said in a televised interview Tuesday the Warriorswere Employers at
That is certainly one of several aspects we are committed to defending the land. and the
quite prepared to discuss with Mohawks as an ele- Mohawk nation. PRE-EXPO
ment of self-government which we are going'to betaking "It must be understood," he said, "that we shall
I steps to move on," Siddon said adding that either live or die in the process. Wednesday, Sept. 12,.1990
policing was"an important component"of selfgovern.ment. The stand-off between Mohawks and armed forcesin .
Quebec began as a relatively simple land disputein 7:30: pm 9:00: pm
Saturday, armed forces conducted a lightning July but quickly escalated over the weeks into University Auditorium
strike on the Kanesatake reserve and began bulldozing complex demands for se1f- overnment. improved
barricades put up nearly two months ago. by economic conditions and recognition of the Mohawksas Guest Speaker:
Mohawks tof' }rotest a planned golf course expansion a sovereign nation. Mr. Wendell Fields
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rendered early Tuesday after holding a dozen One of the gunmen came out the back door of the
hostages inside a Red Lobster restaurant for about restaurant and was shot in the leg. A second gunman
six hours linn aborted robbery. then burst from the door and ran off but was captureda
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cent of the county Republicans supported ..aa
Hawthorne realtor Sinclair Eaton over re-
tired Sheriffs deputy Johnny Days.
On the Democratic side, former Gaines-
ville MayorCommissioner Cynthia Chestnut
squeaked past lawyer Clay Phillips, aUF
alumnus, and Interlachen insurance
salesman Larry Harvey in her run at ti .1 t, f i.Ir
Martin's District 23 seat.
Because neither Chestnut nor Phillipshad .Ir
received 50 percent of the total vote, r6p
the two probably will meet in an Oct. 2
run-off. Elections Supervisor Buddy Irby
said Tuesday night he could not confirm
that because the race was so close.
And two other candidates will join themon
the Oct. 2 ballot former County
Commissioner Jim Notestein and Gaines-
ville businessman Jim Painter. Both men
are vying for the District 2, nonpartisanCity
Commission seat. Though they beat
out former UF finance professor Bill Howard
,neither got 50 percent of the total vote. 1w
In a very close County Commission race, i "sue'' OFFICIAL BALLOT fOX

incumbent Democrat Leveda Brown re- e w.w op tkieew,,.
tained her District 4 seat with 50.5 percentof
the vote. She was contested by Ron
Fuller, a transportation planner from
Ocala, who took the remaining 49.5 percent
No Republicans ran for the open seat.
Brown said Tuesday night her run
against Fuller was the most difficult of her
political career.She also said Fuller's mudslinging 11141r
tactics clouded the campaign.
Incumbent Rep.Cliff Stearns went long
way toward retaining his U.S. congres-
sional District 6 seat Tuesday when he
received 82 percent of county Republicans'
support. Facing Stearns in the November
election will be Gainesville lawyer Art Johnson
who beat out Tavares lawyer Joan
t Wollin with 56 percent of the Democratic
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You're supposed to be one of us, and yet we're
ashamed of you. BE E'N3En

You've invaded our town with satellite feeds and bad attitudes

and you act as if we owe you a comment on
these tragedies that have changed our lives.

We don't owe you anything.The .
media has marched into this town and turned it

into a circus. And although The Alligator never thought it

would be saying this, we're sick of some of those who

share our profession.

Some members of the media have done an excellent, l W

tasteful job of covering the recent deaths and the impact ..
they've had on Gainesville residents. But some leave ...
much to be desired. '
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The of Paules and Manuel Taboada
parents Tracy were 4 "
notified by the media, not law enforcement officers, that L
their children had died. Rather than wait for police to S'IM'Y'ADN'/' / 4. AlJ1110R.m CLAIM 114AT11It. Q MOVEMENT" ,
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deliver the horrible news, some journalists felt they had WHEN / ( ''
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names on the air.

Almost everyone had the victims' names long Before

they were released, but most chose not to use the information
until police assured them the families had been LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Reporters, and some who don't deserve that title, have students I possess both a car and a bike,but midst of experiencing it. Maybe it's
College neither of these opinions.I'm because admitting it exists wouldbe
come to Gainesville from around the country to jump on
more concerned about so too obvious, like wearing too
the bandwagon.We pay their respectsEditor called respectable automobile much orange and blue. Maybe it
know the stories have to be done, but we're saying : On behalf of University of drivers than I am about any cyclist. would be like sharing a secret that
they could be done with a little more responsibility.At Wisconsin students, the United My life has never been endangeredby only special people are allowed to
a prayer vigil on the Plaza of the Americas last Council of UW Student Govern- an oncoming bike. Being respectable have.There's
ments would like to extend our has never been correlated a lot of talk about new
week, a student had barely said "Amen" before reporterswere
deepest sympathies and regards to with a lack of sweat, at leastas freshman "freedom" and ways to
asking how to spell her name. all students, friends and families of far as I know. If perspiration exploit it; but I've rarely heard
And some reporters' attitudes at the police news con the victims at the University of bothers you,perhaps Alaska would anyone bold enough to admit that
ferences have gotten consistently worse. Granted, we also Florida.It suit you better! an overwhelmingly marvelous
have been frustrated with the police at times during this is shocking; that a tragedy of Some cyclists pay little attentionto thing about being at a university is
investigation, believing they owed more information to this magnitude should happen traffic laws, but then again, so that learning so much, so quickly,
anywhere, much less on our do a lot of drivers; obviously you is incredibly exciting.OK .
the public than they were giving. nation's That it should members will
campuses. see only the former. Danger ,not all faculty
But the police information officers have held daily take an issue of this proportion to preSented by a cyclist is minimal make your brain zing,but there are
news conferences to give journalists an opportunity to bring attention to the need for fund- when compared to.that associated those gems along the way who are
ask their questions and get their "live shots." Yet some ing, personnel, and stronger with vehicular traffic. The real so awesomely intelligent and able
reporters ask the officers such questions as "Do you have measures regarding campus danger is from inconsiderate to share information and thought-
security for all students, is abhorrent drivers who feel roads are only for provoking ideas that you are never
something better to do? when the representatives say
cars: the drivers who refuse to give the same again.
they are tired of answering the same questions again and We sympathize deeply for cyclists enough room to pass Who can forget the seren-
' again.. everyone touched by this tragedyand what nerve! dipitous experience of having a
We'd like other media to keep in mind that no one has wish to extend to all of you our Cycling conserves precious calm, everyday discussion with
concern and hope that this will be' resources, for'which American friends develop into a sizzling,
to talk to you, and in a city where students are so scaredthey're
the end of your tragedies. lives are currently being placed in electrically-charged debate on
entering their homes with baseball bats,
Brenda Leahy How'arrogant of issue tin
jeopardy. you to some leaving everyone
should be glad someone is talking to you at all. Jennifer Smith advocate more wasteful practicesat gling intellectually? (Whatever
? If you feel it necessary to 'report on services and other Beverly Jenkins such a time. happened to certainty?)
events where students are expressing their grief, pleasedo Lance Walter Save your breath for a long bike What about the book you had to
so in a compassionate manner. Pamela ImmThomaa ride and appreciate the benefits. read for a class, and it drew you

It's easy for you to be rude. You can leave your hotel Karla Handel Hopefully no one will chastise you into its grasp until you marveledthat
for could write that way or
sometime this week if haven't left already. Remember the sweat perspiring. anyone
you Forget seduced
Randall McCrady think that way, and it you
students have to stay here, along with their fear and bike class 7FY to read more, and to follow the
their memories of the way this situation was handled., and to threads of references which
Editor: This letter is in reply to Life at UF offers sounded intriguing?
Tracy Church's letter which appeared ( And what about the scary but
Aug. 29 in The Alligator. many experiencesEditor challenging realization that there
alligatorEditor Referring to bicyclists as "an- :Each year,when I read the are so many different kinds of
' noying little mosquitoes" is an interesting New Student Edition of The Alligator people who can disagree on almost
Judy A. Plunkett analogy; perhaps drivers I have felt,some sort of everything and yet remain a"com-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor who speed down the road with their nagging absence -something not munity"?
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier radios and. air conditioners there, which has bothered me. Is all of this a secret? Is it some-
cranked, oblivious to all others Glimmers appear,but on the whole, thing we should be embarrassed to
Letters Policy around them, can be called one aspect of UF life is inadequately confess we've experienced? Or to
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be maniacs." '
-"dangerous conveyed. ?
typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include I typed name, address and telephone promise to new students.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause K you' have any questions call This analogy, however, wouldbe .Perhaps this is because those Joanne'Auth
the editorial page editor at 378-4458.; generalizing and unfair because who attempt to do so are in the UF,Health Educator

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1,600 season tickets remainBy Off-campus apartments I

stands will be available today, and tickets for
the south end zone will be available Thursday
Alligator Writer Holloway said.Although refuse to break leasesBy

UF students who haven't bought their foot. students have until Sept. 10 to pay
ball season tickets still have a chance to get their fees fee cards won't be required to buy MIKE BRUSCELL Students living on campus can break
them UF ticket manager Bill Holloway said season tickets or to pick up game tickets until Alligator Staff Writer their leases without suffering a financial
Tuesday. the Sept. 22 home game against Furrnan he penalty UF Housing director James
About 1,600 student season tickets are still said. As UF offers students living on campus Grimm said. Students who leave campus
available for the Gators' 1990 football season Despite the slayings of five students in unconditional releases from their rent housing will have to pay only for the time
which includes six home games at Ben Hill Gainesville last week,."season sales have goneas agreements several off-campus apart they've stayed.
Griffin Stadium Holloway said. well as they have gone in the past,"Holloway ment managers say students who want While Grimm said 10 students have
Students can pick up their tickets by bring said.Many to break their leases won't receive dis- broken their UF leases Lakeshore Tow
ing their season ticket card a photo ID and students have not picked up their counts. ers manager Linda Drake said she's had
$30 to stadium gate 13 from 8:30: a.m. to 4:15: game tickets but some said they aren't con Andy Parmenter,an attorney with UF's no lease cancellations.And .
p.m. today and Thursday. Tickets for the east cerned about their safety at games. Student Legal Services said landlords while managers at apartmentssuch
don't make emotional decisions even as Brandywine and Colonial Manor
when tenants scared. said will extend their rent due dates
are they
SALARYfrom system as possible to apply to the problem
he said. op have my word that the universitywill "You're not going to see a lot of land- until at least Friday Oxford Manor project
page 3 do its utmost to get the job done." lords going for mutual consent because manager Jeffrey Knack said there
The process to get the salary increases was Faculty who attended the meeting said they they're not going to want to lose $1,000in would be no extensions.But .
very complicated." Brockmann said. "Peoplewere were optimistic about Lombardi's message. rent revenue by leaving an apartmentopen the murders have meant increased
discouraged and intimidated at every step until spring. And in the southwest business at Colonial Manor manager
of the way and the process itself involved a lot "He's admitted that there's a problem and part of town right now there's no chanceof Tim Burns said. All the apartments are
of work." he's assured us that he'll do his best" UFF someone trying :to sublease" Parmenter inside one building, which Burns said
Lombardi did not talk about past problems Vice President Donna Berardo said. "At leastwe said. makes residents feel safer behind their
and did not reveal new ground rules. He said That's know start"he's going to do something about it Parmenter said that since last Tues- doors."If .
administrators are laying to ease the processof a day 31 UF students have asked lawyersat the fire department can't knock
getting more money to faculty members who Marilyn Maple a professor at the UF Health the Student Government-financed ser them down with their shoulders, there'sno
have experienced salary discrimination."Our Science Center agreed. vice whether they can break their leasesor way anyone else is going to get in."
"We have a new president,"she said."There receive home-security improvementsfrom Alligator Staff Writer Geoff Boucher
job is to get as much money out of the fore we have new hope." landlords. contributed to this report.RNMY .

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HUMPHREYfrom ging insecurities and the bad influence of George Humphrey said."There's been some. for a friend, George Humphrey said.

page 1 some undesirable friends, he said. family problems." Last November, Edward Humphrey totaled
"He's had such bad luck tremendous He said his brother's depression contm- his car when he crashed into a tele-
fered after a serious car accident in Novem- bad luck," he said. "And now with all the ued, becoming particularly strong when the phone pole during a second accident. He

ber."I stuff that's happened to Ed recently, well, it approach of the first day of school stirred up suffered serious injuries, George Humphreysaid
think that's just a confused woman,"he shows me how cruel the world a fit of insecurity and self including facial scars. The recuperation
can he" doubts about his intelligence also left
said.But him 50 pounds heavier and
George Humphrey said his brother is George Humphrey said his Those feelings continued and forced him to take daily medication.
the target of media exaggerations and police brother was an above-average I ,. his brother decided to leave
frustrations in a case where possible sus- high school student, a football Gainesville. "I knew then that things were going to get
pects and verified information have been player who was successful in 4. A few days later, as the two bad," George Humphrey said. "I knew that
rare. the classroom and popular with brothers drove to Crescent Edward was not going to be well. I knew

"He didn't do it," George Humphrey said. friends. But in his senior year, Beach for a brief vacation, the society would reject him."

"No way. He just couldn't. And if he was he had a bout of serious depres- still-despondent Edward Hum Edward Humphrey again returned to UF,
capable of something like that, if he did it, sion, a condition possibly fueled phrey "flew" out of the car, but his brother said his condition left him

they would know by now. If he did it, he' by sibling competition and George Humphrey said. edgy and hypersensitive an upset young
would have left a path a mile wide. their parents' divorce, he said. "We were doing about 60 at man who sought acceptance. He said his
"The media has been completely irresponsible Edward Humphrey entered the time," he said. "I can't say brother gravitated toward people who would

I firmly believe in the public's right to therapy and had his graduation Humphrey what happened. I'm not going exploit him and pretend to be his friend.
know, but this has been a trampling of our delayed a few months. Two to speculate whether he was
rights. There's a whole camp of reporters years ago, he moved from Indialantic to his trying to commit suicide or not. But it hap- "Like I said, he's had it rough," George
outside my family's home." older brother's northwest Gainesville apartpened.." Humphrey said. "After this blows over, after
ment and enrolled at UF. they don't charge him which they won't
George Humphrey said the arrest came Edward Humphrey's injuries were relatively
I don't know what's to I
on the heels of a two.year tailspin in his "I suggested he move in with me for a minor. He returned to Indialantic, and going happen.
know he needs medical
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Police also are keeping a close eye on Reports that Humphrey's grandmotherwants apartment complex, others are followin!
CHARGESfrom Humphrey's Hawaiian Village apartment,although to dismiss the charges against him 3,100 leads collected in three-ring nott
page 1 they have not entered it. The stake- won't lessen the prosecutor's case, Wolfm- books.
faint fingerprints, footprints, semen, blood out began last week, but police have not ger said. Mann said investigators have filled 2'
and hair follicles. obtained a warrant to search his apartmentor "Unless I see Rudolph the Red-Nosed black notebooks with leads from psychic
Michael West, a researcher at USM, said his car. Reindeer flying! out-, concerned parents;law enforcement officer
the ultraviolet light, called a reflective ultra- Humphrey's attorney side my window, im and people calling in information fron
violet imaging system, has been used to Brevard County going to treat this as a across the country.
solve murder investigations in Mississippiand Public Defender J.R. Humphrey 18 has serious case,"he said. About 11 of those 2 1/2-inch thick nott
Tennessee, Russo, will ask for a Wolfinger also said he books contain tips that investigators don'
Tim Whitfield, manager of forensic sci- reduction in bail at a been in the Brevard doesn't believe Florida take too seriously, such as women reportim=
ence for the Hernando County Sheriffs Of- hearing set for Thursday Detention Cen- Dept. of Law En- dreams that they will be the killer's nex
morning. But that County forcement agents victim.
fice, has used laser and light investigationin
more than 60 cases across the state in the doesn't mean Hum- ter since Thursday broke the law when "We've had a lot of calls from ex-wive
past three years. He said many of the murders phrey will go free, they entered and girlfriends," Darnell said.
were solved only after investigatorsused State Attorney Norm morning. Humphrey's cell without Police are warning Gainesville residentto
a light system to unearth evidence. Wolfinger said. 1 first talking to continue to be careful and to act as if th,
"They're just making sure they don't let "He can expect to Russo."I killer is still in the city.
one carpet fiber get away or one fingerprintget have his bond re- know of nothing "We have continued to say it's importanto
away," Whitfield said. duced," Wolfinger said. "I don't anticipatethat myself where the FDLE has done anything be on the side of caution and not assum,
he will be out of jail Thursday." improper," he said. killers have been
Darnell would not say whether the light the killer or apprehended,
system will be used to find out more about Assault on an elderly person carries a While some of the 125-member task force Mann said. "I 1 don't think anybody's goirn,
the killer's messages. mandatory 3-year jail term, Wolfinger said. search the crime scenes and Humphrey's to drop their guard."

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Clean spacious, good condition UF
Pets near OXFORD MANOR DIXIE GRAPES, lor juice Six other HD, 640K Monitor, Printer Serial Paral
negotiable $335/mo/ 377-6622
5 MIN WALK TO U.F. 024 S.W. 6th AVE. 9732 eve*. kind for eating, ,jelly or WINE. On 10 'lei Ports $1500' 371.6741 9756

2 BDR 1 BATH 378-7056 $315 8551 Why live alone? Share expense, but acres, quantity discounts' Crevasse

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10-5-1 1 4 HOUSEAPT.Sublease Car Stereo Plus Offering: $120' obo, dinette set, wood grain, $125'

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quiet 1 br apt Sep-Dec 1990 Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar '125 3-6
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FOR RENT: to campus Hrdwd fir.ceiling
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Plaza $269/mo Call 377-2596 or 334- l.n..garI.nc.d ydpets ok 1988 FUJI Sundance mt bike Prime Con
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2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 5669 eve. II.I 0-5-4 dition plus add ons $300 firm 373-3301' Ivmessage .
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$260. F roommate, safe + secure beautiful 722 S. Main The Red Bldg.
condo In NW area. Clot to UF ft SF $250
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec WE ARE CHEAPER Custom made formica desks, bookshelves .
pay all, $150 security dep. Call 376-5927
Plus LMR Pool cat bars tables furniture .
laundry no or doga speakers, and
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VILLAGE ***DESKS*** ((7)) $75 each .
782 Mica Works 336 1707. 9756
Roommates Available SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT AT and 25 chair $5 each

Oak Glade Apia Near UF t VA, quiet Reserve your room for fallBut BRANDYWINE 2 bdr/1/ ba FURNISHED FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE Safari Audio is Gainesville newest & finest .
service to UF and SFCC. $200/mo for own room 1/2 cable & bills Call 372-3336 day 338.0004 after 7 pm.
washer/dryer available in most units for in car audio cellular ft security
(urn. or unfurn $75.$250 Jacuzzi sauna, weight room, huge pool 9-24.20-6
$20 mo. Cats Allowed 1 1B-28, 142 Bath per room- Custom installation ft repairs 336 1128
372.2857 Denm 91055'
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762 MZ Prop. Mgmt Inc. Realtor 375-0207 ****AIR CONDITIONER***
14145 N/S F Roommate to share 2Br 1 1/2 bath 12,000 BTU that fits & cools Cory/Dia

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375-3861 9555 SYSTEMSSimply Gerry's

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Warehouse Recycle 372 9718 desks,
"Check Our New Special apt with pharmacy student Newly turn service and price Call 3351300. bikes, ac, beds, stereos, tool, appl, lamps
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REGENCY OAKS NISHED 2bdr/1ba $200/mo/ for own any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Both have 2 barrels
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brands all at New Locatlonl Car monitor. "WOW" $1000 Call Bret 372
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495-9024. 912105Serious direct sales on all car audio equipment
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38820$2399.. Leading Edg.laptop w/40 Only $385, was $890 462 0071 alter 6pm
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2 weeks FREE RENT Huge 2 bdr/2/ ba student preferred 3779280. 9555 MB hd & battery $2395. 1 ft 2 year warranties 710' speakers $550 obo, will sell separately or weekends 91156

$369. 1000 sq feet Bel Air Apartment Onsite warranties Panasonic. Call 373.7383 after 6 pm. 9556
636 NW 26 Ave 3717777. 117.g.2Walk 1180 printer $185.' HP Laser Jet lip
FEMALE nil needed for own room in2bdrlba *SALE *
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to UF, Studios, 1, 2, A3 bedroom Call Debbie" at 338-1469. Lve mess 9.6- 2 sets sheet, bedspread mattress pad + *Elec. Typewriters $49

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1 block to UF, large room, util! paid; 3695 865-5 I 'large, I small REASONABLE 377-9615. 56 ''H 11-7

locked mailbox cable, nice $150-175, 9-17-15
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$100 off 1st month's rent! Phoenix, Apt: Al 373-3127. 917156'

2bdr/l ba $325/mo close to UF/Sh.nd..11 size carpet for sale Good cndt, 7267096 911-107

amenities. c.nlaC/hl. pet ok. 378-1802 2br/2ba unfurnished In beautiful March DESKS (all sizes), Computer furniture, cream B/0 Call Liz 3752045. Leave

9-18-152 ,wood townhouse to hare. n/s m/f/ pool Bookcases, File cabinet, Chair (all rressage 9546 *

washer dryer 245/mo + 1/2 ut Call Larry style) & more in dock at guarnateed lowest 8 MOTORCYCLES

Phoenix apt 2br near UF Available now 335.1421 813105' prices THE OFFICE MART 690 NE CHEAPI! 4 dr 1981 Honda Accord good

1 lyr 'lease, 290 mo, 1 st 4 last mo rent + sec 23 Ave 3737516 918176 condition am/fm/ must sell quick $1400 Kawasaki GPZ7SO turbo 1984 Excellent

dep Call James 376-2115' ev or 374-5870 I60mo; obo. Call 373.8949 after 5.00 pm ask for condtltlon Very, vary fast and dependable .
from UF
blocks '
day 9552 M/F needed only 2 BEDS BEDS BEDS Jorge. 9546 Call 335-6750. II no answer pleas
+ 1/6 util Own room ac 517 SW 10 St NEW FURNITURE USED leave message 9778

*Apartment near Shandi, recently renovated 3722101 or 378-0197, 9-755 lowest Discount PricesDumas King size waterbed, new mattress and

2 bedroom Discount liner bookcase headboard, drawer pedestal 1965 Yamaha RZ-350. Exc cond t extra ,
private backyard,
month damage deposit Call 336-4575 Female" n* needed to hare 2br 2b apt call 1421 NE 8th Ave 371-4422 heater $300 firm orig $800. Call part. Toomey exhaust/have original One

or 372-2959. 8652 335-3764. 9-7.5.5 9.28.24-6 371 -6795. g-8-5-8 of a kind stroke $1800neg Ray 3359312332.9268. . '
GAY MALE share house near UF wmale MOVING EASTII Queen size waterbed w/
2bdr apt, enclosed porch;2nd floor;
student, everything Inc. FREE RENT wood coffee honda, water cooled shaft driven
new d/w handcrafted bag, backpack, briefcase' heater $130 fancy glass &
carpet, ; central' air, fan, on bus,
SW Villa; $365. water paid; 373-0701, exchg for yard work etc 372-6626 evening belts sandal ft more Write N.N. PO Box table $75 ACT QUICKLY! Howard 336 $500, 336-8509 392-2584 ask for Rus*.

9542 *. 8535 388435 MB FL 33239 free catalogue or 8516 9-5-4 9758

3727640. 910-106

for bdrm in large, '10/22 Qsite case $140
-STUDENTS-TWO BLKS FROM M/F roommate own Ruger scope ; Classifieds. .
UN IV. Two Bdrm Apt Very secure 2bdr/2ba apt In Rocky Pt. Apt. Grad or "CHEAP RADAR Ferret Smo, handraised ft case $75; Chinese 1

$27S/mo Call Kevin 8 5 376-5242; 377. prof student preferred Call 335-9265 Water Dragon w/20/ gal tank, hand- Continued on next page.
All 375 4875
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3852 '7.5-2 $220/mo + 1/2 util 8755 fed $90. 378-2905. 9656

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PESTS? Roaches fleas,
TURBO 650 sporl bike. All white, 78 Monte Carlo recent tires, belts, 79 Ford LTD 4-door runs good needs Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- ants, etc. Special' price for students.
new tire, rings, xtra parts Great bike, shocks hoses, runs great dependable body work $600. Call 373-5653. 9-7-3-8 Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves./ Long dis through September. Advanced Pest Con-
GREAT price: $12991! Joe 335-0825. 96- good mpg needs passenger dash pad & Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791.' 12-14-76-11 trol. 372-2650 9-10-10-11'
4.8 ac box. $750. 4952538. 9-S-S-9 CAN YOU BUY A CAR THAT RUNS FOR
$500? Yes cant! needs work, It
1988 HONDA MAGNA 750CC LIKE NEW HONDA Prelude si 88, stereo ac, sun runs)"l Call 378-1376' Iv. mesg. 9-10-4-9' Pregnancy Test
A boarding A woodser facilities *
I LOW MILES $3295.00 CALL 372-4160. roof 5 speeds white, 29k miles $11,000 Gainesville Women's
rides tales' *
hay parties workingstudents
I 8-7-5-8 negotiable, great condition, tel 335-4976. HEALTH CENTER
10 WANTED accepted. 466-3224, 375-8080.
I 12-14-76-11 720 NW 23rd Avenue
Honda Nighthawk 18K miles Super con- 377.5055
j dition, $1100 must see Call Kurt, 335. Samurl 87, new top 4 battery, Local Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class SUNBELT MOVING ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
! 2341. alter 12pm before Bam 9-10-5-8 mint condition $4200 obo call: 375- Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine BIRTH CONTROL
Professional &
Moving/Packing/ Supplies.
0394. Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10
I Services
1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dial Gynecology
1982 Honda Nighthawk 550. Lie/Ins. Priced for Students) Marty 375- 12-14-75-11
Call 372- TOYOTA SUPRA1984Auto.LoadedGood** 11 SERVICESNW
! Exc. condition runs great $750. MOVE 12-14-76-11
8717 leave message. 9738AUTOS / condl. ***R 4. R Pickup & Delivery professional'
I tion/$4,950/P h. 377-9618. 9-13-10-9 Mini storage at ,1-75 ft NW 39th Ave HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm & shippers over 40 yrs The neighborhood

9 1981 TOYOTA STARLET Good near Oaks Mall area, 5. 5 to 10 x 20 from Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care & courier G'ville's been looking for! 376-
condition new tires & shocks $1000.running Call $20, 10% disc. to students.. 332-8917' 12- lacllllies. 15 min Irom UFI Jan 376-7762. 3391.***..
'14-70-11 925-20-11
1983 Pontiac Grand Prix Brougham. 375-0373 alter 6 pm. 9-6-5-9 AAA STORAGE

Power everything Incl. moon roof. Exc? SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Close to UF, Convenient $COLLEGE MONEY Private scholar-
condition $3000. 3781253. 9-10-10-9 1977 HONDA CIVIC 5-speed runs great
$700. 1981 CHEVY MALIBU 4-door, au. Get confidential testing and treatment at 4x4x4 $'l5/mo/ ships) College Scholarship Locators pob
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 12- 4x8x8 $25/mo .1881 Joplin, MO 648021881. 800-879-
1980 FORD F-150 PICKUP EXCELLENT tomatic am/fm/ cassette$1200. Call 376-
'14-76-11 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771' 7485. '12-14-75-11'
CONDITION. $2395/Best Offer Call 371- 4113. 96-4-9

1073. 9-7-8-9 1984 CHEROKEE JEEP $4800/best/ oiler. Personal Fouls John Telford

1989 NISSAN PULSAR burgundy/grey, 5- 4 wheel drive 4-door am/lm cassette,
speed air, am/lm, brand new condition, great condition 1-237-6606 evenings. 9- NA6 'Subrr"fk
under warranty. Call 338-4055 between 7-5-9 kW CAW TMSqJi asN os cow TM=
8am and 4:15: pm. 9-14-13-9 ibvwrss .,utI."'" &tpcrr-tG
For Sale 1968 Volvo Coupe Mint Condi- RATES, low payments. last drive- f' FoorBAU /
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tion Runs Great $2000 or Best Offer Call thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277
Mike, 1-463-1350 or 1-463-2918 5-6-9 377CARS. We care. 9-17-10-9 OCOA

Chevy Camaro '66 black/grey Exc. condition 82 BMW 3201 Black /Full loaded Exc
w/custom/ stereo louvers, tinted cond /110K /$5300 Call for more into
win., dual exh A/C new rims and brakes. 335.1818. 96-3-9
Only $45001 Richard @ 3355584. 8-6- draArl
I have to sell my baby. She'i a 1981' Fiat
'82 CHEVETTE am/lm cass stereo a/c low 2000 Conv. In very good shape. She'll go
mileage good condition. $850 obo call to a good home for $3195. Leave mess
378.0791. (9-5-5-9 81378-6968. 9-10-4-9


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DEADBOLT LOCK INSTALLATION Make Showbarn now accepting students- Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable j
your home safer with a deadbolt lock. Call Past UF equestrian coach, Boarding, service Reasonable rates Laser NEWSPAPER Innovative marketing program needs I
Sales' Rep for UF market. Excellent $
Joe 376.4339. 9-6-5-11 working students accepted Farrell Farms printer. 377-8175 til 9 00pm 12-14-76- PRODUCTIONNow opportunity. Local advertising experience
472-3142 10-9-30-11 accepting applications for
paste-up Call
necessary. Gary at 1-800-
CONCEALED WEAPONFIREARMSPERMIT for Alligator Editorial Production. Good 874-50D5. 96513
COURSE Comprehensive Horseback Riding Lessons beginners ...RESUMES*** experience for graphic art/journalism majors -
course by certified police instructor Addresses basic seat ft or others with similar Interest,
horsemanship. Intro to jump- Complete writing & development services, Experience Part-time helper for physically challengedboy
safety, laws, avoidance techniques ing, dressage or western seats Equestrian Resume House 371.8148. 12-14-76-12 preferred, but not required during and alter school. Will split position .
To apply for a permit you must be Center 376-7762 Jan. Evening hours, flexible schedule, Fill out Car needed Call 331-7578 I after
certified. Centralmk Security, Inc. Office an application at 1105 W. Univ Ave, 9.4 6pm
1-673-0509 paging service 1-800-226- Typing/Wordprocessmg/ WordPerfect pm. Specify "Editorial Production." No
3477, pagr number 291-5041. 9-75-11 TYPING 5 1 quality work, fast results low rates, phone calls, please AA/EOE./ Singing Messegers
dependable, personal service Tara 332 Balloons and Bears
TOTAL SECURITY 12 SERVICES 1469 12147612 AVON 375.8967 Only Outgoing People need apply 375-
Scout system for apartments : mini Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train. 1199 955.13

door/window alarms: home systems available Typing reports business legal Typing AA Typsettmg AA Resumes Benefits Insurance
335-0100 9-75-11 resumes cassettes transcribed A applications From $1.50 pg 917 NW 13 St. Student/s needed to do lawns, minor design -
letters notary *etc Available WCS Inc 373-9822 INTELLIGENCE JOBS and construction, professors house
BEST AVAIABLE PROTECTIONI I CS Military 24 hours/7/ days/3722777 FBI, CIA US Customs DEA. etc Now near Millhopper center Pro! furnishes
tear gas & personal protection Info 12-14-76-12 Hiring. Call ((1)805) 687.6000 Ext! K- tools Hourly rate Phone 375.0549 9.
Keychain unit or home canister $17.95 9486. g.211g13INTelLIGENCE
each $2.50 shipping (checks ok, MICRO CENTERTyping/ 376.0339. Full & TYPING Experienced, Fast Accurate, Earn to $12+/hr part-time making copy
Visa/MC phone orders) Sent Immediately) self service computing. Typing starts @ Spellchecked, Light Editing, $1.25 a page JOBS CIA US corrections for local court reporter Set
Sallie Cain, Action Seminars, 6141 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service resumes 376.2294 after 6 pm or leave message Customs DEA etc Now Hiring Call own hours, nights or weekends Must
Parkforest, Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call $2 50/hr 15/page Laser typeset I ((1)805-687-6000) ext K-9486 921-19- type Exceptional spelling & grammar a
504-751-0495 graphics A spell check theses A 13 MUST Send postcard wname & phonefor .
papers special characters A employment TypmgALaser Typesetting quick reply PO Box 2215, Gainesville .
..... .. .........
STUN GUNS1.800868.11I8824 databases A mail merge A training. resumes reports letters etc **** Fl 32602. 95-313
hour $35 FAST SER WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC./ 12-14- 376.5465* 3500 W. Univ Ave 11IIII
VICE. 9-7-3-11 76-12 Alachua Word Processing O'Connell Center Art, art ed, graphics, etc, for part-time job
close to campus 8-10 hrs per wk. $4.00
ssa Now Hiring CAConcetlsAGator
per hr to start No experience req Applyto
P.O. Box 286 Gainesville 32602. 9-
Gimble A. L. Graber Growl Sports
Applications being taken by Event and Ptime copy machine attendant morn
Technical' Services. To gain valuable experience ings/some/ wknds flex 20-30 hrs/wk
I ate job with flexible hours, apply Danka Ind 3920329.
Cf"a1. 1Tvmp ;or. '8 & 1 TODAY! at Room 1302 of the O'Connell
Carrot ntj E Center, PUT UP FLYERS ON CAMPUS &
********************** SHANDS Create own hours 4 50/hr/ 375-
9-7-7-13 6462. Between 9.6

INTELLIGENCE JOBS / pt/ft, mature,
Whrn fr.. irwy FBI, CIA, US Customs, DEA etc Now own transportation fluent English some
Hiring. Call ((1)805-687-6000) Ext. K- nights & weekends Top salary Interview
TX is .)ark} Wallydosrep 9486. 9.5-8.13 & references 377.0556.
A Plus Notes-Are you an 'A' Student, do Florida Book Store has positions open in
you take excellent notes, would you like the Gatorwear Department, II you are energetic .
--1t to earn while you learn, if so then call mature, and a good student we
371-6954. We are looking for students In may have just the opportunity for you.
the following classes: ACG 2001, ACG Apply at' 1614 W, University Ave 9., 1.6.
2302, ADV 3000 APB 2150 APB 2151
AMH 2010, AMH 2020, ANT 2301. ANT Electric & mac experience a must Part-
2402. ANT 3141 ANT 3410, ANT 3511", time AM only Permanent position. Call j
ARC 1211. ARC 1701, ARC 2201 ARH Watson 376.7110 days.

ZA [b A C [LruWA}:{] [ 1.1 MKT FIELD BSC 2002,2010 ARH, 2050 BSC 2011 AST, 1002 CCJ 2202 AST ,2037 CCJ, SOCCER COACHES and GYMNASTICS I

3024, CCJ 4204, CHM 1020, CHM 2040, INSTRUCTOR wanted for YMCA, Call the
CHM 2041. CHM 2045, CHM 2046 CLT YMCA for more info 376.7172. 97-4-13 I
3370, COM 1000. ECO 2013 ECO 2023,
ECO 3100, ECO 3202, ECO 4101 EUH Part-time female & male students to rep I
2002, FIN 3408 FOS 2001, GEO 2200. & sell electronic protection devices (stun
COLORING CUZb GEO 2201, GEO 2420. GEO 2500, GLY guns). Demo unit must be purchased Call
2 1000 HIS 2463, HUM 2210, HUN 2201. 303-444.9319 collect Ask for Mr Archer.
ISM 3011 JOU 3100, MAC 1142, MAN
3021 MAR 3023 MET 1010, MGF 1202,
[[aL] BLACK. MMC 2100, MMC 4200, OCE 2005, PET Reliable after school care 230.5 30 M.W.
3320, PET 3350 PHI 2100 PSB 3004, Own transportation & references, Call
0 WHZ> E PSY 2013. PUR 3000 PUR 3101T' OMB 378.4191 after 6pm.
3205, OMB 3600, REL 2130 REL 2500,
REL 2604, RTV 2100. RTV 3000. RTV Live In Manhattanl) Excellent salary, now
3401, SOP 2513, SOP 3004, SPA 2024, through June Teach life skills & conversew
L. STA 3023, SYG 2000, SYG 2430, SYG / sweet 14.yr,old learning disabled boy
3010, and WIS 2040. 9-12-12-13 after school. Day free from Bam.4pm,
Opportunity to attend school or work as
Chlldcare/ Mother's Helper to care for 6 paralegal in husband office References
(D"O ...rbN tai. "ELWAL1tEU.y's mo. old. 10-15 hrs/week Experience & Call days D. Chill 2128188632.
references re 9.11./1.13

quired. Flexible schedule. 377-6664. 9- FAST

$1000 In just one week
In GainesvilleOcala area. Sell 'GA TOR'
PRODUCTS. Licensed by U of FL. Call Earn up to $1000 for your

ART Arts Graphics, Inc. ((305)) 948-2001. campus organization. Plusa
chance at $5000 morel'
MGdyam! M 911.1013
5t''E C4C! !, fORMER ?NR1W ALL 'MEMCifd6 fAGI99oN% vlgve LL t7fs 7N06 This program works I No "
Rf3MAN FROGGQrARl1 ft0 IN A m0pOM! HEARING EXPERIMENTS Conscientious investment needed Call

J pV M16 AT ; MIWTNOLAtlp normal-hearing listeners neededfor -800-932.0528 Ext 50DOMINO'S
T 1i1I'' j Fill Semester. 5.10 hrsweek./ .
y 0 WGWT 'M' MItK $3.80/hr/ A 20% bonus st semester'send. PIZZANOW
)CAFE t till Call $92-8470 (lOam-lpm only) 9.
RHO 6&171N' MG Af.Lr 5-5-13 HIRING SAFE DRIVERS. Day or
140 Evening Full or Part.time. Also hiring for
Read books at home' our new high school lunch program. Must
$100/Titlel Guaranteed) be available M.F I0am-l:30pm. Apply
Free 24-hour recording: 2102 SW 13th Si 373.2337.
S ) Y I Iat (4152899691.) IHI1S.13SSSSSSSSSSSSS
Gainesville's newest Night Club "Club
$$$$$$$$$ Gravity 15 N. Main has positions available
Need HELP for Booming Business lor bartenders, bouncers and cash- *
Excellent Pay In 4-10 hrsweekCall ler Call 373.8337 Leave name and I,
9-25-21-13 ATTENTION perfect for students M.F
CUM 5:30-9'30pm: phone sales, hourly wages
'fNEMA'fs OE/tNSf ; co 1V dfILi1 N/S female to c.ralor 12-week-old infant plus bonus. Friendly atmosphere After
N L1plR'fr'f'' le No 1\$ flYER part-time In my home Hours & days can I 1pm 3783238.
be flexible Call 372.8776. 9-6-6-13
QtAliiAMJtlifll Earn extra cash: Driver needed M.F to 4
d RlGW TOPtrILLOW uPi from Citrus County area Compensation
My I II I t> ia+. 5-5-13 negotiable;, Call Angela 1-637-6049. 9- 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS

terminals & pc's, buy sell,
AIL Certified aerobics instructors: You are trade, rent & repair Great prices, QUAL,
needed at the Reitz Union! Call 392-1655 ITY, CDCS 818 W Univ 338.0378. 12-14-
for Information. Ask for Anne 9-5-5-13 76-14
1 p Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate I i Classifieds. ,-
In new drug study for treatment ol
/) athlete's foot. Call 331.5379. 026-20- |Continued on next page. I
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Countryside HS class of 1986: This Is
*** *************** ******MUKAI PRINTS!******* HAVE CLEATS. just to let you Know we are thinking of you.
FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE Entrepreneurs Jonesy 318/360 Victoria, AP Summer ..
: ; WANTED Stay sale I Love, the FSU-Countryside HS
students, faculty. Ground floor opportunity XVI; lisa XIII. Call 338.9308. 9111015, for all your sporting needs. Whether. it's class of 1988
to market the .t 1 product line In football, softball, baseball or soccer
$23 billion industry Video packet avail. Stringing Nylon $8+;'Syn gut $10+: Pro. we've got 'em. Nike, M tre, Diadora, ft SEAGLE HALLneeds CHOOSE YOUR DESTINATIONFOR
able 24.hour message 800.740.3047. II10.10.14 Blend $16+. Ready within 24 hours EZ more Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13 three(3)( ) sincere sophomores to fill AN INSPIRATIONAL MESSAGEDIAL
Tennis 34 St Plaza 372.2257. 97815Tuition last 3 rooms, rent negotiable. 376.9179 378.3359

Used computer $199, terminals $75, 300 & books zapped your budget, but DEFENSE* ask for President

b modems $10, sell/trade, new/used/ repairs you still need .shoes EZ Tennis can ATTENTION STUDENTS
CDCS Computers 818 W Univ 338 help. Great products, prices 365 days a *PROTECTION* Protect yourll".Peace of Mind" offers RACKET SALESave

0378. 97914 year Keychaln sprayer (C.S.Tear Gas) St.95ft our SO.000 volt Guardian Stun Gun w/belt/ with Gainesville oldest and most
$14.95, Black Bell Sprayer (Range clip it a special emergency rate of $44 95 reputable racket shop, Featuring
SCUBA CLASS Easy, convenient, A fun. SKYDIVE 15-25 fill) $29.95, 60,000 bolt stun gun $3 25 sih, we accept m/c + visa Call Ektelon, Kennex, Head & more. Lloyd
Certification in 3 weeks. Begins Sept Skydive with The Wilhston, Skydivers 336 $79.95. To order call Ed 335-4459. now 1.800.879.8387 12noon 7:30pm: Clarke Sport 1504 NW 13 St 372-7838.
10,11.14, A 24 Aquatic Center 3548 SW 7970. Distributors needed, too,. edt All orders shipped US mail w/m 117.3.15MACE.
Archer Rd. 3773483.
48hrs. 9.volt not Incl. "DON'TWAIT
The Retz Union Barber and Style Shop .
YOURSELF Project yourself
SCUBA EQUIPMENT Mask, fin, snorkel, will be open Mon..Thur. 8.7, Fri. 85 and Mace:type pepper spray w/key ring. 15 an attacker. Send $15 eeeh, cheek
set from $49.95. BC, reg, console, octopus Sat 9.2 for the Fall semester Stop by or To order send $10 check to money order, credit card Ito: Campus
from $397 Aquatic Center Butler call 392.1610 for an appointment with one Suncoast Supply POB 10 1150 Safety 976 N. McClean Blvd., Elgin, IL
Plaza 3773483. of our eleven super hair stylists or one of 12 Si Eagle Lake, FL 33839 Futon*.Lounger SofaSleeperLoungerPine / 60123 11-25.15.15
our New NAIL TECHS *Stun Guns also available. Frame w/fl" Futon from $169 Discounts ,
GUNS & AMMO.No For Info call (8132998669.) Futon City 375.31858 E. Umverlty 16 CONNECTIONSTHE
waiting! The GUN SHOP 31 NE First **TEARGAS**
Street, Wilhston 5283302. Protect anytime. anywhere 2 sizes:
Pocket/purse 12 00. Home/auto 15.00.
SHOE SALESave AN INSPIRATIONAL 372.0724. Old esoteric book, astrology
Send cash, check, order to:
15 PERSONALS money
T.E.W. Ent RT4 Box 220 Alachua, FI. on over 120 shoe styles featuring MESSAGE DIAL 378.3359. reading. crystals, minerals, and more.
32615 9.7-5.15 Nike, Reebok, Avla & more For knowledgeable g.7-3.15 g.10.10.18GAY
Vuarn'I/Carrera/Ray.Ban/Galor. Great service and great selection,
prices reg or r. sunglasses. The Optical check out Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW ? Bl? QUESTIONING?
Laboratory 3785583. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 MACE IN STOCKBrasington's 13 St MARDI GRAS GAY Switchboard 332.0700 24 hrs
block from Ala Gen. 12147615 Trail Shop 2331 NW 13 Info/Referral/Consultation/ 12-14.76.16
Street Party with 2200 other Gatorsl' Tour includes -
GUNSIGUNS'GUNSI'! : R/T bus, 2 nights Marriott French
Natural Foods and Vitamins WHITE CLOUD just In Arkansas
1800 Gun
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BY MIKE SCHULTZ was never able to mount a consistent attack. Staff Report want to put forth the effort to im-
Alligator Writer Assistant coach Mary Jo Peppler said with more prove everyday."
game experience the Gators should start coming The Gators men's tennis team Saying Berque has "excellent
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together as a unit. a new perspective as credentials as a teacher Duvenhage -
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Steve Spurrier took the first step toward
erasing that image last week.
UF linebacker Michael Kerf's alleged
involvement in a fight at a fraternity househe
( reportedly struck a police officer) this
summer came as no surprise to Gators
fans. After all, some of UF's top players
have had brushes with the law.

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sent a message to any would-be
troublemakers on the UF football team by
suspending Kerr for the first five games of
the season.
That message reads:"Wake up and smell
the coffee boys. The only headlines I want
J,5. SULLIVAN this team to be of those that deal
UF's starting offensive line Mark White ( left, ), Chris Bromley, Cal Dixon, Hesham Ismail, and Glenn Neely. The group with football." a part are
was rated the eighth best in the country by The Sporting News.
UF football players have been stirringup
controversy for years and perhaps
Kerf's fate will send a message: stop the
The Near-Great Wall of Florida? nonsense.

Penalties handed down in recent years
pale in comparison to what Spurrier has
Offensive line runs a close second to the Gators' 1984 version done. The irony is, it took no extra efforton
Spurrier's behalf to be a little more strict
I By ALEX MARVEZ book-style. That's the hardest thing to do. eighth best in the country in its preseason than past coaches.
Alligator Writer Before, it's been 'Anyway to get the job issue. Former UF running back Emmitt Smith,
+ done, do it.'" The unit also is being favorably com UF quarterback Kyle Morris and nine
II For over a decade, being an offensive UF offensive line coach Rich McGeorge, pared to UFs 'Great Wall' of 1984, which other players missed two weeks of spring
lineman on the UF football team has beena who held the same position at Duke when consisted of Phil Bromley (Chris's practice and the Orange & Blue game in
one-dimensional job. Spurrier was coach from 1987-89, says the brother), Billy Hinson, and future NFL 1988 for their participation in a fraternity
With NFL first-round draft picks James group is learning the system well, but still players Lomas Brown, Crawford Ker and brawl.
Jones, John L Williams, Neal Anderson, needs improvement before Saturday's sea Jeff Zimmerman. The spotlight shifted to linebacker Huey
Lorenzo Hampton and Emmitt Smith in the son-opener against Oklahoma State. Chris Bromley ((6-foot-5, 262-pounds) Richardson later that year. The UF line-
backfield, the main objective for UF's line- "In our kind of offense with the passing has started 16 straight games and maybea backer received a two-game suspension for
men was opening holes to spark the run- game, a certain person is responsible fora candidate for postseason honors. Left reportedly beating up a sales clerk who
ning game. certain person," McGeorge said. "In the tackle Glenn Neely ((6-4, 282)),junior center refused his valid Georgia driver's licenseas
The Gators' ran the ball 71 percent of running game,sometimes a guy misses an Cal Dixon ((6-4, 274)) and junior right identification to purchase alcohol.
their plays during the first six games last assignment, but the back makes a cut, tackle Mark White ((6-5, 279)) also started Perhaps Kerr will serve as an exampleto
season and increased that to 76 percent avoids the (tackler) and picks up a first last season. The new addition has been at the other players. Missing almost half
when starting quarterback Kyle Morriswas down. That's one thing about the passing left guard where Hesham Ismail (((6-2,273)) of a season dims any collegiate athlete's
suspended. game assignment wise, we have to be took the place of White. chances of going on to play professionally.It .

Don't"expect that style of offense any 100 percent." Neely shrugs off any comparisions to is unfortunate that Kerr had to be held
more. Under new UF coach Steve Spurrier, The loss of Smith, UF's all-time leading the 1984 line."There's up to the rest of the team as a whipping
the Gators have switched to a pass-ori- rusher who turned professional with one only one 'Great Wall'," Neely. boy, but Kerr made a mistake and he has
ented offense, forcing an experienced offensive year of'college eligibility remaining, also said. "You look at guys like Lomas..we'renothing to pay for it.
line to place new emphasis on has placed an additional burden on the compared to them. No matter how Maybe the next time a football player
passblocking."In offensive line. V decides to stir up some trouble; he'll think
much the media tries to build us up. We.
this offense, you have to take the Even though the Gators offesnsive'line could probably be the Great Wall II,or the about. Kerr. Obviously, this 'is Spurrier'sgoal.

proper steps," said right guard Chris remains unproven under the new system, second coming, but we could never be ,
Bromley. "You have to set exactly text- the The Sporting Newt ranks the group the compared to them like that." At Duke Spurrier built what has been
a"squeaky. clean"program that even
won games, too.
He is looking to do the same thing at

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full scholarships free meals and countless
from the podium at the end of luncheon. last Dec. 30,"Smith said."I think ,
United Press
{1. other advantages that other students do
the luncheon. "And I think you Smith,who gained l,599yards I'm in pretty good shape. I've not get.
t _, DALLAS The Dallas Cowboys know what it is." *. and scored 14 touchdowns in his been running back home. But it Spurrier is '

i Tuesday signed No. 1 draft "Why didn't you say so ,earlier junior year at UF, signed a four- is different when you put- pads team's reputation.working It is no to secret improve that the the
choice Emmitt Smith and surprised ?" Jones responded in an obviously year contract and ended the on." program is under scrutiny from the NCAA
3,000 of their fans by in- staged and theatrical longest holdout by any first' Johnson said he did not expect for the second time in seven
troducing him at the .team's dialogue with his coach."Step up round choice in Cowboys' his- Smith to see action until the years.
Unfortunately around
people the
annual luncheon. here, will you, Emmitt?" tory. Terms were not disclosed, Cowboys' second game of the many
country judge the quality of a school by
I "Jerry, you know there is one With that, Smith walked into but the contract was thought to season. looking at its football team. Based on that
*" thing this football team needs," the large ballroom to the applause average $650Ota'year()( with a "We've been waiting for this," criteria, UF is one of the country's worst
Cowboys Coach Jimmy Johnsontold of the fans who had gath- $1 million signing bonus."I Johnson said. "We feel he is a universities.But .
franchise owner Jerry Jones ered for the $40-a-plate haven't been in pads since! tremendous talent." things are changing. I