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I UF administrators file suit against A-Plus Notes I

By DEBBIE CENZIPER UF filed suit in a Tallahassee court last different ways. He also said it's a student's dent Keith Legg said many professors and
Alligator Staff Writer week against the A-Plus publishing com- "personal freedom" to both buy and sell department chairmen have objected to the
pany, KPB Inc. UF Assistant General Coun- notes. buying and selling of lecture notes.
A-Plus Notes, the local business that sells cil Joe Barron would not disclose details Brickman said he worked with UF all "The University simply felt we had sufficient
class notes for popular UF courses, is under about the charges until the case is resolved. summer and was willing to find a compromise faculty members that were upset with
siege from administrators,who are suingto "(KPB Inc.) may be liable for damagesand but administrators did not accept any this," Legg said.
stop the company from using instructors' be required to stop (publishing)," Bar- proposals. UF wanted Brickman to first ask A-Plus Notes general manager Preston
lectures for profit. ron said. professors for permission,which he said was Finley said the notes are students' views of
The founder of A-Plus Notes says the All parts of a professor's lectures-what unacceptable. subjects professors taught, not plagiarism. i
service merely hires honor students to take is spoken, read aloud or drawn is the "They are using their strength, the state "Our notes come from a student's point of
notes and then sells them as learning aids. copyrighted material of the professor and of Florida's tax dollars, threats to our stu- view and break it down and make it more i
But UF officials say the in-depth outlines UF Barron said. dents, and the media to try to put us out of clear from a student to a student," said
steal the ideas and lectures of instructors, a But Ken Brickman, founder of KPB Inc., business," Brickman said.
form of copyright infringementCrime said copyright laws can be interpreted in Academic Affairs Associate Vice Presi- see A-Plus, page 5 I Ik


yield no new

murder cluesBy

Alligator Staff WriterA '

Mississippi scientist and his futuristic sleuthing YI "
device spent Tuesday scouring two crime scenes in .7l
the Gainesville murders, but all his search turned up .
were victims' fingerprints."This .
is the most difficult crime scene I've ever /
seen," said Michael West, a deputy medical examiner
who flew to Gainesville to search for clues to track the
killer of five college students. /
West brought a reflective ultraviolet imaging system .
(RUV1S), a camera-like instrument that detects minute ...... .. :
evidence such as fingerprints,blood,saliva and semen. ... I bf.
West,a 13-year veteran of crime investigations, said
the system is six times more effective than traditional A
methods, such as dusting for fingerprints. The RUVIS :.
magnifies images' that are detected with ultraviolet
light. West said a 1-foot image could be magnified to j1 ..
14 miles.
Although evidence found with lasers and light sys-
tems have helped solve many murder investigations, "
West said Tuesday's search failed. GENE PAGE-AlLIGATOR
West searched the Gatorwood apartment where UF UF freshman Jon Guzman reflects during Wednesday's memorial service. l:"I t
students Tracy Paules and Manuel Taboada, both 23,
were found stabbed to death Aug. 28.
He also investigated the duplex at 3533 SW 24th Mourners remember slain student I
Ave., where Santa Fe Community College student :
Christa Leigh Hoyt's decapitated body was discovered 1
early Aug. 27. DUANE MARSTELLER belonged to us,and we must accept the dents of the University of Florida, I am i
West said he was planning to search the third By pain of their loss." outraged and grieved."
murder scene Wednesday. That site is UF freshmen Alligator Staff Writer As Lombardi spoke, students, faculty Browne also encouraged students to :
Sonja Larson and Christina P. Powell's Williamsburg More than 400 people, some holding and staff from both schools stared aheadat come to the Reitz Union Ballroom tonight I
Village apartment, where the two roommates where hands and wiping tears from their eyes, five wreaths laid in front of the stage. at 7 to express their emotions witha r
found stabbed to death Aug. 26. crowded into the O'Connell Center Before the service, Gainesville Police counselor from Florida State Univer-
Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt-Sadie Darnell Wednesday to grieve for the five local Chief Wayland Clifton placed a bouquetof sity."Many
said she considers the light system valuable to the college students found murdered last flowers at the base of each wreath. students, including myself
investigation. week. Lombardi said UF has created schol- have been unable to express our feel-
"Obviously it's important, (or else) we wouldn't have. During the 40-minute memorial ser- arships in memory of the four slain UF ings," he said after the service. "I was
flown it in," she said."We're very hopeful that we have vice, UF and Santa Fe Community Col- students"to represent commitment able to express my emotions just now,
enough information to convict the killer." lege officials told the audience they must to education,"and SFCC President Larry and it felt good."
The search for suspects, spanning 11 states, contin- continue their lives in the wake of the Tyree said his school has done the same
ued Wednesday,while two possible suspects remainedin deaths of SFCC student Christa Leigh for Hoyt. Students who attended the service
custody. Hoyt and UF students Sonja Larson, As more than 20 television cameras said it was necessary even if it was
Investigators maintained their vigil outside Edward Tracy Paules, Christina P. Powell and focused on him, UF Student Body Pres- painful."I .
Lewis Humphrey's Hawaiian Village apartment Manuel Taboada. ident Michael Browne said the deaths came today because I needed to
Wednesday. Humphrey, 18, has been ,named one of "Each of us must accept the loss and have affected everyone at UF. grieve," said UF junior Laura Vogel. "A
the top eight possible suspects in the murders, but bear the pain of grief,"UF President John "I can see the true loss the Universityof lot of us haven't had that chance because
Lombardi! said."None of us..can escape Florida is experiencing right now,"he we've been scared and paranoid.With all
see 'Investigation page 5 the direct effect of this tragedy. They said. "This hurts so badly. For the stu- the hysteria over, we need to grieve.

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I Local guests ir y say 'no' to Donahue talk show jl

By ALLYSON GARDNER a former UF professor,could not be reachedfor 23-year history, is interested in issues that phael" but she said she has refused to
Alligator Writer comment Wednesday night about affect students'lives.When the five murdersnear appear on them. "Donahue"is no exception,
whether he will appear with James Allen UF made headlines across the nation; she said.
Television talk-show host Phil Donahuewill Fox,a criminal justice professor from North- last week, "Donahue" producer Debra "Our president has said we will not par
broadcast a show from Gainesville: Fri- eastern University in Boston. Harwick thought it would make a good ticipate in those kind of shows,"Tipton said.
day about the recent murders of five college Browne said he has no intention of appear- show, she said. Despite Lombardi's opinion,the show still
students, but some of his scheduled guestssay ing on the show and turned down The Joan UF President John Lombardi disagreedand will be broadcast, Lippert said. People who
they have no intention of appearing. Rivers Show"as well. said he would not appear as a guest. want to attend the show must arrive at the
Donahue will broadcast live from the "An event such as this will not be good Plaza, located two blocks east of Main Streeton
Gainesville Community Plaza Friday morn- for UF,"Browne said. "Students want to put "I would never appear as a guest on that East University Avenue, between 7:30:
ing at 9 to talk about the murders with such this behind them." show," Lombardi said after Wednesday's and 8 a.m.Seating.
guests as Gainesville Mayor-Commissioner memorial service. "I don't think that kind of I
Courtland Collier, UF Student Body Presi- Clifton would not comment about a possi- show is news. We don't think tragedy in this is limited and will be on a first I
dent Michael Browne and Gainesville Police ble appearance,but UF police spokeswoman community is an entertainment subject." come-first serve basis, and filming starts at :
Chief Wayland Clifton, "Donahue" spokes- Angie Tipton said Clifton told her that he 9. People younger than 16 years old will not I
woman Karin Llppert raid: Wednesday.But will not appear. Tipton said she has been contacted by be admitted, she said. I
Browne and Clifton said they have no Lippert said the show, which has done other television talk shows such as The Alligator staff writer Duane Marsteller contributed -
intention of appearing on the show. Collier, more than 100 remote telecasts during its Joan Rivers Show and "Sally Jessie Ra- to this report.

Squeeze may not

.play Homecoming. .

I agenda of confirmed dates.,.
Alligator Writer To my knowledge,the open-
ing act Squeeze," Wheeler
The pop music said."But right now I just don't
Squeeze will not be the know.
band for the Fleetwood Wheeler could not be
Homecoming concert Oct.17 reached for comment Wednes-
the O'Connell Center, day, and Fleetwood Mac book- d
Government ing ,gent Michael Piranlan
Chairman Raul Mateu" refused to say who the, opening'
Wednesday. act would be.'
1 talk to the booking Also, SGP has moved ticket
more or less every day," sales to Tuesday. Student tick- m
said. "The last thing we ets will go on sale for$10 at the
is that (the opening act} Is n'I University Box Office, and the
going to be Squeeze.* generalpublic can purchase
Fleetwood Mac, not SGP, tickets for $19 at TicketM--
responsible for choosing aster locations..
opening act, Mateu said. SGP will provide security at
"Squeeze had always the box office for anyone Inter-
one of the choices because ested in camping out t for tickets,.
were touring with ,Mateu'said. -
Mac on the first leg' of' the tour Fleetwood Map 1 Is touring the
Mateu said. ,United States and Europe to
And Fleetwood Mac promote its latest album "Behind
publicist Julie Wheeler said the Mask." The group is
'week she ,believed famous for such hits as "You --
would be the opening band, Make Loving Fun," "Don't step SULLIVAN '
though she didn't, have: Stop" and"Go Your Own Way." Step by 'I:
Marty Weits runs stairs in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium during his lunch hour Tuesday.JS ;;

I Senators rush to approve student election codes :'I I H

By CARRIE SEGAL Browne said he vetoed the He said he and some senators leaders to discuss the two issues was to destroy the work of the I,.
codes because he wanted to elim- will submit his changes to the (informal campaigning and eliminating elections committee. It was to im- '
Alligator Writer
inate an extra week of campaigning codes during next week's senate the extra plement his orig-
Student senators upheld Stu- a major part of the revisions.He meeting. week of cam inal ideas." i
dent Body President Michael also said he If Senate paigning)." committee Marna Wes-
Browne's veto of the revised stu- wanted to add a "The election codes doesn't pass ton, a member of !
dent election codes Tuesday night, period of Infor- the new Browne said worked two the election code 1
and plan to give the amended mal campaigning need to be changed, codes, the the extra weekis months this sum- revision committee -
codes rush approval next week in so students and I think there will Octoberelection unnecessaryand said the com- I
time for the upcoming elections. could declare will will only mer to clarify mittee did its
their candida- be changes implemented run under bog down students best in trying to
rules and in-
Browne said Wednesday that cies whenever the old who haveto vague ; change the
senators probably will have two they wanted. for the Oct. 10 codes,which listen to can consistencies in codes.
meetings Tuesday to push his Browne saidWednesday elections. some sena- didate speechesand "He'll take the
amendments through Senate be- he tors have view t their the codes. best of what we
fore the Oct. 10 elections.A vetoed the Andy Meyer called vague platform fliers. have to offer and
codes becausehe and obso implement it with
committee Browne appointedto didn't have Student senate president lete. Student Senate President Andy what he has to offer,"Weston said. I
revise the election codes enough time to Meyer said he's also confident the
worked for two months this sum- review them. Because of a test, he Browne said he can almost guarantee fall elections will run under the
mer to clarify vague rules and inconsistencies missed the last summer Senate the new codes will be com- new codes. correction
in the codes.Student meeting when the revisions. were plete and available for the The election codes need to be UF President John Lombardi ad-
senators passed committee's. discussed. upcoming elections. changed, and I think there will be dressed UF's Association of
revisions before Browne vetoed "I'm allowing myself more timeto "There's momentary halt," changes implemented for the Oct. Women Faculty members Tuesday
the changes during the last weekof get a couple of changes I Browne said. "I made a promisethat 10 elections,"Meyer said. "I don't afternoon. The Alligator reported
the summer semester. wanted," Browne said. I would meet with key Senate think (Michael Browne's) intent otherwise on this page Wednesday.THURSDAY .


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_ Gorbachev meets with Iraqi officialMOSCOW ; members.Is now accepting Applications applications are available for in OPE new :

(UPI) Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq tion of the Aug. 2 Invasioof Kuwait and support for i:5 office ((3rd floor Little Hall) and AEA office >
Aziz met with President Mikhail Gorbachev Wednesday U.N. sanctions.The : Union .
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to discuss the Gulf crisis four days before a Soviets have Insisted in previous meetings
U.S.-Soviet summit expected to focus on the issue. with Iraqi officials that Baghdad immediately DEADLINE: Sept. 12th
Soviet officials said the Iraqi side had requested withdraw its troops from Kuwait as the first step in
Wednesday evening's surprise meeting and visitingU.S. ending the crisis and avoiding all-out war. AEA AEA AEA AEA AEA AMA AEA AEA AEA AEA AEA AEA AEA
Senator Robert Dole quoted Gorbachev as Moscow cut off arms shipments to its one-time
saying, "I'm prepared to hear him out. close ally in the Gulf after the invasion and is sup-
Dole,who led a delegation that met with Gorbachev porting international sanctions against Iraq,althoughit GOURMET BURGERS
earlier in the day said he was optimistic about the has refused to participate in a naval blockade or N.Y. STRIP
Iraqi-Soviet contacts and the upcoming summit. the international military presence in the region.
"They obviously wanted to have some contact The surprise visit by Aziz came four days before CHICKEN TERIYAKI
before Sunday's (summit) meeting. He's not coming Gorbachev and Bush were to meet in Helsinki to BABY BACK RIBS
here just to get wet," Dole said of Aziz who arrivedin discuss the crisis that began with Iraq's invasion and CATCH OF THE DAY
Moscow in a driving rainstorm. "It's possible he occupation of Kuwait.In .
has a message to give to Gorbachev to pass on to addition to regular diplomatic contacts in Bagh- FROZEN DRINKSCHAMPAGNE
President Bush." dad and Moscow, Gorbachev and other Soviet offi-
The official Soviet news agency Tass said Gor cials met Iraqi special envoy Saadoun Hammadi last
bachev received Aziz Wednesday evening in the month as part of the intense Soviet diplomatic effortto HAPPY HOUR 3 7
Kremlin but details of the talks were not immediately find a peaceful solution to the Gulf crisis.
available. The Soviet Union expressed disappointment at the c ALL IN A TRULY
Soviet officials, saying they hope to use Moscow's results of talks last week in Amman between Aziz and GREAT ATMOSPHERE
"special relationship"with Baghdad to help negotiatea U.N. Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar, and
settlement to the crisis have maintained contacts Soviet officials have said they are hopeful the Gor SNUFFYS
with Iraqi officials despite the Kremlin's condemna- bachev-Bush summit will be a step toward a solution.

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disappointing, launchless summer and to restore launch attempt would be made. Spring 1990CAREER
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Instead, dejected engineers faced additional another launch attempt"NASA spokeswoman Lisa
troubleshooting to find the source of yet another Malone said. "No further word on exactly what was EXPO"The
crippling fuel leak similar in some respects to the one causing the liquid hydrogen leak at this point. En-
that grounded Columbia in May and one that NASA gineers are very concerned that we do find the sourceof
managers believed had been corrected with the In-. the leak." Main Event"
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"I think It's a significant setback in that they had a disappointment to Columbia's seven-member crew- Friday, September 14, 1990
lot of time to fix the problem and thought they had," a post- Challenger record who came within hoursof 9:30: am 4:30:
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rect information while for it
APLUSfrom paying
I INVESTIGATIONfrom who is being held in Polk
financially and academically.And a tist Church in Pasco County the
page 1 copying class information is an page 1 County jail for an unrelated as- same year, Powers said. In Feb-
Finley,who has seen students waiting infringement upon his rights, a formof have sault charge. ruary 1986, Bates was arrestedfor
, police yet to gain search Bates confessed to breaking
stealing a car, and deputies
buy notes line sidewalks academic
outside dishonesty, he said.
warrants for his
apartment and
into a house where a mother and arrested him in December for
the store during midterms and finals. "It's
extremely disturbing to see his car.
daughter lay sleeping, Polk
About 60 percent of students who words you've said and diagrams It possessing a shotgun.
seems to me that if Mr. County Sheriffs
spokeswoman While
buy the notes,which cost between used the of police said Bates has
$7 you've on top a page witha Humphrey were a suspect, they
Lynne Breidenbach said. Bates said
suspicious things about the
and $10 dollars "
use them simply as copyright on it, Cohen said. would have gotten a search
allegedly water the Gainesville
on murders
a supplement to class material, he But Finley said notes are run Powers
rant, said Broward County Pub-
to wake them and
said. women stood said he is surprised investigators
And students who cram one through an editing check before they lic Defender J.R. Russo.
over their bed with a knife in his have named Bates
as a top
before pos-
night an exam using only the are presented to students. Most ma- Russo has been counseling hand.In sible .
notes probably will fail the test any- terial is true and if there's ever an Humphrey since his 30 suspect."It
ar- the past nine years, Bates sounds a little thin, but I'm
Finley said.
way error, it's corrected in the note supplement rest for beating his
grandmotherin has been arrested "
times in
But astronomy Associate Professor seven not investigating the case, Pow-
Indialantic. Humphrey is
Howard Cohen said students also Economics department Chairman Pasco County on charges rang- ers said.
I being held on $1 million bail,
an ing from burglary to drunk driv- Humphrey has a bond reduc-
may fail tests because some of the Roger Blair said he has no problem
unusually high amount At-
ing, Pasco
County Sheriff'sspokesman tion hearing scheduled for 8:30
notes are inaccurate and incomplete, accepting the notes, and no professors Norm :
torney Wolfinger said is
Jon Powers said. this
morning even if his $1
not to mention unethical and have
agdnst complained. When stu-
partly due to being a possible
Bates broke into the million bail is lowered and he is
his class rules. dents miss class
they're told to get murder
suspectAnother Lacoochee Elementary School freed in Brevard
County, he still
Cohen, who includes copyrightrules notes anyway, he said.
top possible
suspectis four
times in 1981 "apparently faces
in his extensive class syllabus, "I just don't see that this is different an attempted sexual as-
Stephen Michael Bates, 30, aMcDonald's "
looking for money, Powers said. sault and armed burglary chargein
said students be than
learning incor study guide.
may any
cook from Lakeland
He also broke into the First Bap- Indian River County.


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A nightmareImagine

officials at the Department of Education sud-

denly being told the paycheck they were expecting in

two weeks wasn't going to come or that they weren't

going to be paid for the next four months.

That's how almost 1,600 UF students felt last month

when they learned, some at the same time they arrivedon

campus, they wouldn't receive the Florida Student As-

sistant Grant they had been offered for fall. ..
Financial aid state officials say an unprecedented num- "\".-.

ber of students applied for the FSAG this year causingthe

grant to run out of

That wouldn't be such money.a big problem if thousands of I Time for Chiles to face the issuesCongressman I

students hadn't already received letters saying they had
been awarded that Bill Nelson took a lot of heat for
money. waging what some called a negative campaign against a Ed Scales
Officials have a way to get off the hook here. They say Florida's "Everyman," Lawton Chiles. Even the politi- O
the money wasn't promised, because award letters in- cal Goliaths at The Alligator chided what they called N POLITICSMost
clude a little sentence that the is given basedon Nelson's "whining." If Nelson's tame, mild criticismsof
says money
Chiles shocked conscience well ain't important, Gov. Martinez will pointedly make
your ,you seen
"our available funds. nothin' yet. Chiles renconcile to Floridians the inconsistency of
how Chiles' "burnout" makes him unable to serve in
But students's eyes tend to breeze over that sentence Gov. Martinez, his strategist/tactician Mac Congress, yet wouldn't affect his gubernatorial
which is easy enough to do when the document is calledan Stipanovich, and more than $7 million will now join abilities. Finally Gov. Martinez will exploit the fact
"award letter." They plan their semester budget forces to put real pressure on Chiles. Gut-fighter Gov. that Florida simply will not elect a governor who has
around what's written that Martinez must be effective where Nelson failed and taken stand issue.
on paper. never a on a single gubernatorial
force the popular Chiles to answer what really are Gov. Martinez, and other Floridians demand more
As state Rep. David Flagg, D-Gainesville, said, the let- legitimate, tough, important questions questions substance from the media-heralded Chiles.
ters students false which up until now, Chiles so adroitly avoided.
gave a It's certainly no secret that Gov.Martinez has plentyof
Students For instance, Chiles will have to explain to his own baggage. He freely admits it and Chiles
had already planned their semester budget
Floridians why he "abandoned" them when he
right will point it out. Also Gov. Martinez will admit that
with that money, and for many it's not simply a matter of achieved a position of influence in the U.S. Senate. Chiles' record as a public servant along with Chiles'
rearranging expenses. Those grants are used to pay for Martinez will insist Chiles explain his alignment with campaign donation limits, are admirable.But .
tuition and books, and some students are now forced to Congress' liberal wing and his support of giving away like it or not,both sides want to win,and there
look for other income sources. the American Canal in Panama. are too many unaddressed legitimate, and important
Gov. Martinez will further pressure Chiles into campaign Issues and concerns to make a "love your
UF tried to find students some alternate sources of explaining to a skeptical Florida populous an array of brother" campaign practicable.Thus .
money but the options certainly weren't appealing. Some questionable financial dealings and nondisclosures. some will call the gubernatorial campaign
students were given much smaller grants and some were Chiles will also have to adress rumors of what role "negative campaigning." The Alligator will call it"whin
told to apply for loans that can take two to six weeks to the ultra-liberal Buddy McKay will have as Lt. Governor ing." The candidates, though, will call it survival.Ed .
arrive. of a very conservative state. MacKay, remember, Scales is a third-year law student, was last year's
has been flatly rejected twice by Florida's voters (most student body president and served on the Florida Board
Not only do loans take longer to receive than grants, recently for state chairman of his own party). of Regents in 1987-88.
they also have to be repaid with interest. Grants don't.
UF didn't have many choices in this financial aid

nightmare but the Department of Education did. An open poem Seized by our terror, pain and Delta Kappa, the Office of Student
fear Affairs, and The Volunteer Centerare
officials should wait until know how
Department they
about last scarred Circuit
week forever, the innocent sponsoring "Volunteer
many students are applying for grants and then budget '90"on the North Lawn of the Reitz

their money accordingly.The Editor: here.We pray for your children, who Union from 10:00: a.m. to 2:00: p.m.
Living with terror in the city of
process may take longer, but it's better for stu- trees, died in such pain, Jon Van Til of Rutgers University
dents to know all summer exactly how much aid they will the odor of death, floats in the please pray for us now, the ones is quoted in the ffon-Profit
receive, and to take appropriate action than to have the breeze; who remain. Times as seeing "a new spirit in

rug pulled out from under them just as they are ready to brings. We hear fear the thunder unto us it to share When,five were taken,we began many throughout colleges the land.and Irs universities the spiritof

start classes. the lightning struck five,so very deaths not in vain, they taughtus voluntary" service and social con
to care. cern. Our local community has
near.There Catherine Fisher great evidence of the spirit of voluntarism
is one among us, who the
at work at UF through
alligatorEditor feels no shame five lives he has SFCC ser-
countless hours of volunteer
taken in his brutal
game. Volunteer it's vice which UF students and groups
Judy A. Plunkett Someone among us, this creature provide. We bring this fair to cam-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor he walks, the right thing to,do pus in the hope that even more
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline ReslierLatter everyone is wondering, is it I he
Editor: On Sept. 12, the worlds of students and university personnel .j
now will take this to learn
campus and community will inter opportunity
Policy -- I In the eyes of my children, the twine how to become involved in meeting
Utters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be closely as 35 local community
typed, double-spaced and signed.! They should Include I typed name, address and telephone terror I see, agencies come to campus to offer local needs.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows- .just cause. If you' have any questions call bring tears to my eyes, we are volunteer
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the Georgetown community angles are constantly flipping All In all, The ExorcIst /III Is
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It's a dark night and the sil- look. and is minimal
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houette of a nameless man Is If tend to fall sion and suspense abound.
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The Exorcist III Is not just a
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l\2Wild At Heart (Nicolas Cage) and Lula two dialogue,we are presented with screams in terror when his
Utcl teld. Oaks 4 West lovers who remain true to each the vivid, Indelible image of an mama tells him It's the middleof
"This whole world is wild at other despite the machinationsof abortion In progress: A mag- summer and his favorite
heart and weird on top" says Lula's wicked mother. Their nifier overhead makes the holiday is six months away.
one of the characters in David journey Is triggered when patient's head appear Lynch's tendency to under-
Lynch's new film. That may be Sailor brutally kills a hitman.He grotesquely enlarged, her small cut every hard-hitting moment
true, but it's not nearly so Is sent to prison, but Sailor arms hanging uselessly at her with irony is in full swing here.
C weird or wild as the world con breaks parole and runs off with side. It's a striking moment.No He switches from unpleasantness
jured up in this director's Lula. They are dogged by a film that offers so many to schlockiness with
mind. private detective, random memorable characters can be shameful ease.
OI Lynch has created a film thatis violence and an overwhelmingdesire easily discounted. Lula's Yet the most Irritating aspectof
disjointed and aggressively to refer repeatedly to The mother (Diane Ladd) Is an ob- Wild At Heart is how brazenly -
silly. But its greatest achieve- Wizard ojOz.Lynch's sessive, vengeful woman who manipulative it Is.Yes, every
ment may be to make Blue gift is his ability to has hair that changes its style movie wants to be manipulative -
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time quirkiness of Twin Peaks, Lula's painful memory of a ease problem. get what he's up to. You may
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First off: No, I don't know what the been attempting to write orchestralscores By the summer of '89 they had numerous. Lack of radio support is a
name means, and I didn't ask. since age 17, but crumbled recovered sufficiently to recruit major stumbling block for a band
Some things I do know about What under school pressures. After tuningin drummer Jorg Andreas Gustav playing original music.
anne Likes, according to what they turning on and dropping out of Pophal, an acquaintance of Davis' "Gainesville is supposed to be a
say, are that they are the most school, "My dad comes up to me and from UF Jazz Band, and begin play- college town, and there's no college
'You find I'm original tunes as What anne radio," Stephenson says. "You go to
punctual and polite band in Gaines- says, gotta a job. goingto ing
ville, and they are masters of self-ag- find you a lob" Stephenson says. Likes. any other big city in the south, any
grandizement.Some And a most fascinating job, at that. After a few months with Pophal city with a college...
things I know about them, Stephenson responded an ad his dividing his time between What anne "Art Sandeen, he's been quashing
according to what they do, are that father shoved in his face and found Likes and another band The Uniden- student radio for about 10 years.
they are capable of producing some himself rehearsing to play trumpet ina tified, Pophal and What anne Likes Every time people bring up the idea,
of the most fully-realized, catchy, touring band behind an Elvis Pres- decided to part. Pophal was replacedby get the motivation, get a group of
melodic pop tunes with genuinely ley impersonator, who, naturally, Vulgar Boatmen drummer people together, they spin their
also did Tom Jonathan Isley. wheels for about six months and then
ass-shaking (but not headbludgeoning some Jones covers.
) rhythms and thoughtful, non- Stephenson described a scene drip- Isley first saw What anne Likes last (Sandeen) says, 'Naah.: And they all
embarrassing lyrics. You can hum to ping in Americana and melodrama October at Richenbacher's when they collapse and go home. It's a shameno
them; you can dance to them, and you the portrait of the trumpeter as a opened for The Silos and pirate radio has been able to get
can think about them afterwards. young man,snowed in far from homeat Jacksonville's Beggar Weeds. After enough money together to last a long
That's rock n' roll, kids. a motel in Marshalltown, Indiana, the show he told friends, "I like this time."
I recently spent a hellishly hot on the cusp on adulthood, watching band, but what they really need..lsME. Despite this tirade, What anne
Gainesville summer afternoon, "Breaking Away" on television and ." And so it came to be. A coupleof Likes did manage, for one brief, shin-
relieved somewhat by the cross- trying to learn the parts of an Elvis months later, Isley ran into Davisat ing moment, to break the Rock 104
breeze in the living room of impersonator's repertoire.He UF, and they chatted for three barrier by slipping onto "Florida
singer/trumpeter/guitarist Bill Rocks," an hour-long, monthly show
Stephenson's attractive old wooden- which spotlights bands from around
floor apartment, talking to the men the state. On last 'week's broadcastthe
in the band. Besides Stephenson,they song "Please Don't Start" aired.
Davis listened with interest, then
arc: Ned Davis, guitarist/vocalist;
Jonathan Isley, drummer; and Paul realized that It may well be the first
Miller, bassist long-time UF stu- and only time he hears himself on the
dents all. (Stephenson is a UF English radio.
graduate student and teaching assis- But maybe not. What anne Likes
tant currently taking a year off to are hopeful about their tape, and
forestall what he foresaw as being "a i e Isley is pursuing contacts he's made
bad year..H) through the Vulgar Boatmen (who
The conversation got chaotic at have one album out and a second on
more than a few junctures. What anne the way) with labels and distributors.
Likes enjoy what Davis refers to as aQ x They plan to send the tape to college
"hijinks and private jokes and radio stations in other markets and
private fits of giggling flew about get as much exposure as possible.If .
unrestrained. Davis particularly is a they are going to get attention
master of sarcasm, invective, weird outside of Gainesville, "It'll have to
accents and funny voices. be through the tape," Davis says.
The standard "band history" ques- Because of school responsibilities,
tion yielded an hour-long narrative "We can't go off and do a three week
which began with Davis leaning backin tour."
his rocking chair and reciting in a So how far do their professional
voice as creaky as the chair, "Back in ambitions run? "If we get to playa
the '40s, when me and (Thelonius) lot this year, play around Florida,
Monk was playing together..." and people buy the tape and like it,
"Ned was the twinkle in Monk's and we make enough money to make
eye," Miller explained.Soon remained part of this madnessfor hours. another tape, that's really great,"
the real story came out. Six eight months,in the process meet- "By the end of the conversation, we Stephenson says.
years ago, Davis was playing guitarin ing the elderly monk under whom the decided it would be a good thing if "If more things happen..if some-
the UF Jazz Band when a mutual Elvis impersonator had trained for Jonathan joined the band, as Jorg hada body heard (the tape) and wanted to
friend advised him to hook up with years before making the fateful lot of commitment problems," give us money to record more songs
bassist Miller, who was appearing ina decision to abandon the priesthoodfor Davis says. and put them on CD, that's wonderful. -
performance of the musical Grease. the higher calling of Elvis imper- Since the current line-up crystal Who wouldn't like that? I can't
So he did. sonation. lized, they've done the typical local imagine if I had the chance to do this
The great songs from that play The next step in the inexorable band things: played out as much as for money that I wouldn't do it. I
have since faded from the evolution of What anne Likes came possible (locally and in Jacksonville, mean, why not?"
Davis/Miller repertoire. (Attention, when Davis, Miller and a fellow Tampa and Orlando) and produced a But what would you put yourself
Gainesville punk rock history buffs: named Chris Peterson planned to doa self-financed tape. Financing the tape through to achieve it, I ask? "Maybethe
Miller had previously been a memberof Lincoln's Birthday Bash at the was made much easier when Mike fifth level of the inferno..the one
Gainesville's notorious bad-at- Thomas Center'in 1988 performing Blaty, an engineer friend of Davis's where you're up to your neck in
titude blitzkreig hardcore band Elvis Costello covers as the Coward from his days in the Coral Cables shit," Isley suggests.The .
Roach Motel.) Brothers. Between booking the gig band The Id, offered his services and guys in the band enjoy telling
Davis and Miller spent the next and performing, Peterson "goes to studio time gratis. stories, telling jokes and amusing
couple of years playing together Vermont, goes to rehab.! don't Davis estimates they received themselves. Both during the Inter-
while sitting around Miller's wife's know what he did," Davis says. But thousands of dollars worth of free view and onstage, they strike me as
house. Stephenson entered the pic- he was gone. studio time, though; they still ended the most relaxed and friendly of
ture when he and Davis became So Stephenson, well-versed In Elvis up pumping $1500 of their own people. But I am assured that it ain't
roommates. Then, as if compelled by impersonation, decided "what this money into overdubs,tape masteringand necessarily so.
destiny... band needs..is! ME." Their first ex- reproduction. And Stephensoncan't They allude to tensions that aren't
"We didn't play music together at perience working together was forget the cost of supplying obvious to the public. Part of the
all," Davis says. "Well, every once ina described by Miller, Davis and Blaty with sandwiches during reason they were so relaxed duringthe
while we'd play 'Round Midnight'in Stephenson as alternately "weird," recording. interview is because they very
the living room, but most of the "scary" and "a disaster." (They became Playing around Gainesville has rarely all get together to hang out and
year we hated each other." alarmed at the Intimation thatI both rewards and drawbacks. chat, Davis says. And their onstage
Stephenson had a colorful musical I might have seen the show. I didn't.) Rewards include...well,the reward of grins?
past of his own. He began college So they spent the next year "sulking. ," pride in a job well-done, I guess. The "It's because when we're onstagewe
playing trumpet in the music program Davis says. drawbacks arc more precise and can't yell at each other or hit each
; at Indiana University. He had other," Stephenson: assures me.

"All our smiles are like (assumes tures and rhythmic bits as compli- with the gleeful zeal of a puppy we can deal with. We would love to
pained grin"), 'I'll get you at the next cated as any other band. The mem- showing off a new trick. play every place, fraternity parties.
rehearsal! Davis says. bers have all received official musical bad-mouth
They their own com- We've played a wedding now, We'll
"I'll get you at the next song, is training, and all of them can read and positional skill, and point out bits do birthday parties.."
more like Stephenson adds. write musical notation, a rarity for a they've stolen from Miles Davis,
Isley and Davis say they oc- rock band. (Davis seems uneasy with fIREHOSE, Creedence Clearwater exuberance toward
casionally grin stupidly when a the rock-band label but Stephenson's
song playing Revival and Pere Ubu. "It's as if we himself chimein
selling causes Isley to
gets more jangly and upbeat then it's catchy, three-minute tunes on ,
guitar were just a street gang, out stealing "Bill's the retail end of the band
intended to. But bitterness and sar- bass and drums with a trumpet hub caps," Isley
says. (he adopts an salesman's tone)
casm aside, Miller admits that'they occasionally thrown in makes
Stephenson to
youa goes on explain why 'How I ?'
sometimes smile because,yes, they're rock band.) bands take time out of their real busi- may you
having fun."When In the area of songwriting, one of ness of practicing and performing to
we rehearse, we work really them, usually Davis or Stephenson! talk to reporters and garner publicity."We "And we are the most polite bandin
hard," he says. "But when we get out comes in with songs pretty much would really, really like to sella Gainesville," he adds.
there to play, there's still work involved composed and shows them to the rest lot of these tapes," he says. "We
but it's also the time to have of the band. Stephenson remembers would really, really like to have a lot "If you want, we'll play quietly,"
fun." coming up with one song "that of people come on the 7th (that's Stephenson says.
And Stephenson says "I 1 just get changed key every verse" and com- tomorrow night, when they are per-
sick of that (assumes constipated bining it with "a 9/4 bridge that Ned forming at a tape-release-celebration And Davis offers the ultimate
grimace), 'it hurts to play the guitar' and Paul had lying around." As in show at the Hardback Cafe with sacrifice greater love than any
look." their live shows, they display their opening act Aleka's Attic) and like other band. "We'll even learn to play I
What anne Likes have song struc- skill not with grim seriousness, but us, so that we'd have more gigs than 'Wolves, Lower' and 'Satisfaction' .." I



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The one word for What deny it up and down, is the "That's When I Reach for My song-title dropping and impact of a band that seems
anne Likes would be "nerv- intellectual, dance-band styleof Revolver" is better than the anagrammed references so much bigger and more force
ous." Not the kind of nervous late '70s new wave faves original, believe it, and I'm obscure that it's probably ful live. The sound is spar
currently blanketing the city, such as Pere Ubu, XTC, Talk- the loud guy up front shout hopeless trying to figure kling clean, even when the
but the exhilarating flutter of ing Heads and Elvis Costello.To ing for them to play it every them out. Just lay back and guitar playing is skittish and
catching sight of the one you further belabor this char- damn show.) float with Bill Stephenson's dirty. And you can hear the
love from across the street acterization, they're not as trumpet playing (Again, in words which, believe it or
the kind of nervous that difficult as Pere Ubu, nor as The tape features two some weird time signature. not, is actually an advantage: -
makes you dance the way this relentlessly forwardmovingand covers: "Funk It Up, Dog!,* a But pay it no mind). with this intelligent and
band does. punky as classic Elvis, shotgun wedding of early Nor does the band lose funny band. Particular
The rhythms and guitar but they are more dynamicthan Costello, George Clinton and points in the vocal depart favorites are the understated
style are stuttering and ska- Talking Heads and not James Brown presided over ment. Dual singers Davis and real-life narrative of a vacation
like, with a sound that strikes as obnoxious as XTC. There, by a grinning What anne Stephenson achieve the love- in England on "Dr.John's
untrained ears as merely all clear? Likes, and "Poison Moon,"an ly balance between soundinglike Suitcase" and the absurd and
pleasingly jumpy and jagged.But Their inspired choice of live ,excellent Costello song so real human voices with quizzical "Fat Man."
guitarist/vocalist Ned cover songs is also a dead obscure even a fanatic like me character while not soundinglike My second quibble is the
Davis explained to me part of giveaway to their allegianceand had never heard it. (The they'd make you wonder tape doesn't have my very
the band's secret: they use all roots;in addition to selec- original is available only on why anyone let them near a favorite song of theirs, a lost-
sorts of "non-rock" time: sig- tions from most of the above- bootleg.) microphone. They've got hare love song with an Instant-
natures. mentioned bands, you can But as irrepressible fans of monies that, even when they classic melody of ravishing
What anne Likes' first tape often hear Iate'70s/early( the music they love, What don't work exactly as it seems beauty and sadness called
release, called, with pleasing' classics from Mission of anne Likes are also prone to they should, still sound right. "Far Away." They say it'll be
minimalism, WHAT anne Burma, The Pretenders, the "tribute song," which the Random favorite moments on the next tape.
LIKES has ten tunes so "infec- Squeeze and Cheap Trick. tape has two of. "Tin Can" is include: the bass and vocal But, my gosh, not a bad or
tious," as they say, that they They also play Thelonius an explicit tribute invoking a hooks In "Not to Remember," forgettable tune to be found.
should have their butts tat- Monk, so I'm not sure what fantasy day-in-the-life of Pere the middle eight in "Tin Can" This goes on sale today, and
tooed. Finger-snapping, that does to my neat theory. Ubu founder Dave Thomas, and the trumpet breakdownin will be available at the band's
head-shaking, humming, etc. But they are unmatched In and "Tributary" is an easy "Funk It Up, Dog!" shows for $6 and slightlymore
are all encouraged both their taste In and inter going groovy slide throughthe My first quibble with.the at local record stores
The tradition that they are pretation of cover material.! world of Aleka's Attic, tape is that it smoothes the such as Hyde & Zeke's,
working out of, though they (Their version of Burma's filled with punning name and edges, blunting the physical Schoolkids'and Spec's.THURSDAY +



UNI I IProduced Gator Fans Reminded Of Game Etiquette ; I'i'

UF Policy Prohibits Throwina Of Objects

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Persons'who throw anything or over seating areas is not allowed, and persons through the Office for Student Services.
crowd bloc seating areas during football must be in possession of their tickets at Sanctions may include forfeiting season

by UF Intimation and Publications Services, 355 games, including Saturday's Oklahoma all times. The possession of any alcoholic ticket privileges. Bloc seating groups found
Tigetl Hall,and paid for al usual advertising rales to com State game, at Florida Field run the risk beverage is prohibited as is any form of violating these policies will lose group
municale official notices and important ,information' to of not only hurting someone, but also of disruptive behavior, such as public privileges for the remainder of the year.
students, (acuity and staff Call 392 0186'information' losing season ticket privileges for the rest intoxication. Students are given a copy of information

of the 1990 football season. Individuals found violating these regardin penalties for throwing ob-
University policy prohibits the throw policies will be removed from the game jects, along with their student tickets, and
John KruczekIs ing of ANY object in the stands, including and subject to arrest and prosecutionunder signs are posted in the stadium.In .
but not limited to, paper and applicable laws and state statutes. addition, in order to protect Florida
plastic cups and their contents. The sharing Students involved in such activities also Field's new grass surface, Gator fans are
Appointed of tickets to obtain entrance into bloc will be subject to disciplinary action asked to refrain from walking on the field
before or after the game.

UF ComptrollerJOHN SANDEEN : Gators' Care And THIS


ComesTo I want to express my appreciation to all of you for the support you have providedto
UFFrom each other during the terrible events of the past several days. It is this care and
concern for others that will enable us to move ahead. We all mourn for the students
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University Of who lost their lives and for their families and friends as well.
Maryland : Ij- Part of the healing process for many of us can take place at events when we are MUSIC EDUCATION LECTURE by
: : together on our campus. This Saturday's football game at Florida Field is one such University of Central Florida music:professor
'' t event, and I know that we will all demonstrate our support for each other at that Mary Palmer, discussing music education': in
time and our good sportsmanship to our visitors. Florida, 1:55: p.m., 120 Music Building.

John Kruczek, former comptroller at the FRIDAYBIOTECHNOLOGY
University of Maryland, College Park, has 6i'd" F LECTURE, "Small-
Eradication and
Lessons for the Future
been named comptroller in UF's Division
Art Sandeen in Animal and Human Health "
of Finance and Accounting effective
immediately. Vice President for Student Affairs Australian National University's School of

He Medical Research professor Frank Fenner,
replaces Joseph Hough, who retired
this month after 28 noon, Cl-9 Health Science Center.
years of service to the
University.The UF's Alcohol Guidelines Summarized ART LECTURE by Miami artist Barbara
UF comptroller oversees the payroll ; Neijna, 7:30: p.m., 105 Fine Arts Building

office, student financial services, B, with reception immediately following
property Include Rules For Frats Sororities in
area accounting, construction, insurance University Gallery. Neijna's exhibit
features sculpture, models and drawings,
contacts and and
payables and disbursements grants for invoices UF students, faculty and staff are open to the public and in which alcoholic University Gallery, S.W. 13th St. Continues
and travel. reminded that the sale, service and con- beverages are sold and consumed are per- Sept. 30, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Kruczek, 50, earned master's sumption of alcoholic beverages on cam- mitted only after permission is obtained to 5 p.m. Wednesdaysthrough
educational a degreein pus must be within .the guidelines from the Office for Student Services (student Saturdays, 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays.
administration-higher established by federal and state law and organizations, fraternities and
education from SATURDAY
I Purdue University and abachelor's municipal and county ordinances. UF's sororities) or the Director of Housing
from Bail degree in business administration Campus Alcohol and Drug Resource (residence halls, student groups) and only TRADITIONAL INDIAN DANCE performance
State University. Center, within the Office for Student Ser- under applicable University rules. by dancer Sonal Mansingh
From 1968 to 1981 he served as senior vices, 124 Tigert Hall, has copies of UF's University rules also place certain p.m., University Auditorium, free and
accountant for systems, manager of endowment Alcohol Policy and Guidelines. A summary restrictions on student-sponsored events open to public, sponsored by UF's India
and student loan funds and of the Club and for Promotion of Indian
I policy, which includes UF'srules involving alcoholic beverage distributors. Society
manager of current funds and accounts concerning the sale, service and con- Any student, student group or employee Classical Music: and Culture Amongst
I payable at Purdue University. In 1981 he sumption of alcohol on campus and in of the University who is found to Youth, call 378-8390 or 378-2328 for
staff of the
Maryland University fraternity and sorority houses, follows. be in violation of the law of the University information.
Park where he
: College served
Alcoholic beverages be sold, alcohol shall be
assistant may policy subject to MONDAYBIOTECHNOLOGY
I as comptroller, acting comptroller
served and consumed, as differentiatedfrom disciplinary action by the
and then until University. SEMINAR "The
comptroller ,
I accep- served and consumed
merely at the
For more information about tIF'sAlcohol
ting the UF position. Biopolitics of the New Generation of
University Golf Club and designatedareas
Policy and Guidelines, contact Recombinant Derived Vaccines "
of the Reitz Student Union, including ; by
Harriet Pila, assistant director of the Campus Australian National
Quality of Life Task the Orange and Brew. Alcohol and Drug Resource Center, of Medical Research professor University's Frank School Fen-
With the permission of the Vice President at 392-1261.
Force Sets for University Relations the service ner, 11 a.m., R2-265 Health Science
SymposiumUF's Center Academic
and consumption of alcohol at special TENURE & WORKSHOP
Quality of Life Task Force, co- events is permitted in certain designated PROMOTION -
Nationally Known for faculty, 1 to 3 349 Reitz
i chaired by College of Education professors facilities on campus. A list of those Union p.m.
sponsored by Academic Affairs
Gerardo Gonzalez and Simon facilities is on file?in the office of the Vice
Johnson, will hold a symposium! Monday President for University Relations. Serving Grief SpecialistTo Office HISPANIC, 3921254.
from 9 a.m. to noon in the Reitz Union and consumption of alcoholic ,
Auditorium. The task force will presentits beverages are also permitted in public Speak TonightIn with address by UF President John Lombard
report, which includes 23 recommendations meeting areas of University housing and presentations by UF officials,
that affect various aspects of student fraternity and sorority houses at activities response to the recent tragedy, UF has sponsored by UP Office for Student Ser
life at UF. sponsored by student groups, under applicable made arrangements for nationally known vices, 6, p.m., Reitz Union Arredondo .
The report is the result of a number of University rules. Serving for grief specialist Sally Karioth to speak tonight Room. For more information, call
meetings during the last academic year. private consumption is acceptable within at 7 p.m. in the Reitz Union Ballroom. 3921261..
The task force, composed of eight the private rooms of individuals residing Dr. Karioth,a professor at Florida State
students and eight faculty members, was in University housing or in fraternity and University, has helped countless numbers I Annual CIRCA ComputerFair
appointed by UF Interim President Robert sorority houses. of people cope with the death of loved
Bryan and charged with examining the The sale, service or consumption of ones. She is particularly effective with Is Sept. 11-12
quality of life for Black and Hispanic alcoholic beverages is I not allowed in young people and college students, and
.. students at UF. classrooms, laboratories, offices and outdoor the motivational nature of her presentation The seventh'annual UF Computer Fair,
Specific recommendations for areas areas of the campus Alcoholic is inspirational. 'sponsored by the Center for Instructionaland
such as education efforts, hiring facultyand beverages may not be served'or consumedat Dr. Karfoth's presentation is open to j j Research Computing Activities, will
administrators and student recruit social events held in c junction with students as well as members of the cam- :be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 11 and
. ment and retention efforts will be dis- fraternity "rush" or any}/organized driveto pus and local communities. j from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 12 in the Reitz
cussed in special sessions during the sym- recruit students on campus., Social For additional information, contact the 1 Union Ballroom.For .
posium. For more information, contact events held by student groups that are Office for Student erv 392-1261.. more information and specifics
I the Student Affairs Office, 392-1261. information, call Fran Cruse or
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For the few people who style cramping. APPLAUSE accompanied a band featuring the bassist weekend.
remained In town over the Gainesville's own who played on The Neville
Labor Day weekend, Gaines- Henrietta's Lovers to New Or- Brothers' Brother's Keeper Be sure to drop by the
ville seemed almost like a ghost leans for a couple of gigs at album turned the crowd Inside- Orange & Brew tomorrow
I town. Many students had already Tulane's Tau Epsilon Phi out. You name It, they playedit night for its grand re-opening.
left town for a few safe house. Apparently Tulane's blues, reggae, etc. And The O&D spent all summer
days at home by the time the rush week began last Saturdayafter there's also this one local bar refining its look and it's finally
weekend rolled around. Judg- two days of classes. It was called Tippitino't that fea- time for the public to see the
ing from the outrageous num- kind of cool observing another tures, of all things a results. And If you don't care,
Gainesville still might be ber of video rentals at local school's and city's party metal/country-fusion band. then at least stop by to see The
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years ago, Marc from club band to touring band became a part of the band.
Guoniconti was busting headson should not be difficult. In Its Copacetic has seven memo
the football field as a three years together the band bers: lead singer Alan "Bagga
linebacker for The Citadel. has opened for such reggae Mitchell, drummer Guardiola,
These days Buonicontl, the notables as the Wailers Ziggy guitar player Stephen "Kan
youngest son of former Miami Marley and Third World. Kan Fu Asher" Noel, guitar
Dolphins linebacker Nick But for Buoniconti the tran- player Patrick "Moses" Miller,
Buoniconti, is trying to bust sition from football player to keyboardist Francisco "Lov-
onto the record charts as record producer and band Lee" Harley, percussionist Lan-
producer and manager of the manager was not so smooth. vllle "Jah Lan" Queley and
Miami-based reggae band On Oct. 25. 1985 Buoniconti Richard "Papa Richie" Thomason
Copacetic. suffered a spinal cord injury synthesizer.
In June the band released its after tackling East Tennessee Despite his busy schedule,
first album. Getto Rock, under State running back Herman Buoniconti says he has set
Buonlconti's record label, Mar- Jacobs. The accident left him aside time to help make
cus Records. paralyzed from the neck down. Copacetic a success. In the
"I'm excited about the first Guardiola and Buoniconti next couple of months, he
album" Buoniconti says. "It's had both attended Columbus plans to release more records
selling well. Copacetic has a High School in Miami. They under his label and sponsor
good following in Miami, but weren't good friends, but they other bands. But for now he's
now we need to go on tour and knew each other. Guardiolawas concentrating on Copacetic'stour.
expand to the rest of the a star basketball player, Marcus Records .
country." Buoniconti a star football Copacetic will bring its unique mix of reggae and rock to Central "He's dedicated himself to
So as part of its first mini- player. City Tuesday. Doors open at 9 p.m. doing this," Guardiola says.
tour Copacetic will bring Its During Buoniconti's "He's a fire person, like when
unique mixture of reggae and recovery, Guardiola went to see called each other rasta man." especially reggae music." he was on the football field.
rock'n'roll to the Gainesvilleclub him often and their friendshipgrew "Music has always been a big Guardiola started taking "Sometimes I think we're safer
Central City Tuesday, because of music. Influence for me," Buoniconti Buoniconti to reggae clubs, that he's sitting down I If he was
September 11. "We connected because of says. "During my recovery, and when Copacetic was standing, he'd be busting our
For Copacetic, the transition reggae," Guardiola says. "We music was very therapeutic, formed, Buoniconti naturally heads."

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Powerhouse band's pretentioussoundingname tury." water/ You praise the
Demo is meant as a joke the
Mean Season is a horse of a sand..You scream at a moun.
Mean Season band Is lamenting the acquisition different color. Sort of a mix of tainYou whisper at a tree/
Demo of Peter PaulCadbury ,":," The Outfield, The Church and Looking for some
Two bands from almost dIf- U.S.A. by Hershey Foods that ,{ x maybe Rush, Mean Season has answers..How much I've
ferent worlds from resulted in the out of "
one phasing -- crafted an original sound a criedBut I will follow you.*
Gainesville, the other from Tal- the POWERHOUSE candy bar. :
strummed acoustic guitar, an The only song that breaks
lahassee. One Is a party band: Musically, POWERHOUSE is IiS' ,./ electric guitar playing counter- this pattern is 'Country Girl."
the other is brooding and low- similar to the Dead Milkmen, "i" melodies and an adept, but not But that song suffers for
key. One describes itself as another band with an acute
too busy, rhythm section. The another reason: It sounds exactly
"chewy caramel packed with sense of humor. The vocalist It's Mean Season again all over lead guitarist's solo on "len- like The Smithereens.What .
peanuts.* The other asks, sounds like Fred Schneider of North/ Florida. ses" and the volume-swell riff Mean Season lacks are a
"Have you ever wanted to endit the B-52's. or maybe Oingo in .1 1 Follow You recall Alex few quirks and idiosyncrasiesto
all?" One band (the jollierone Bolngo's Danny Elfman. even suggests a few campaign Lifeson of Rush. separate it from every other
) Is POWERHOUSE. The Lyrically POWERHOUSE is slogans for Rob: "Sex. Lies and Mean Season's lyrics aren'tas band. Maybe these guys needto
gloomier one is Mean Season. just plain silly. "Steward-Ex" is Robert" or "Lick Bush In '92." good as their music. Theyare sacrifice a little accessibilityfor

POWERHOUSE is very ec- about DNA-engineered stew- As you can probably tell, reminiscent of a more some character.But .
centric. This eccentricity ardesses In the 21st century. POWERHOUSE is definitely a egotistical Alarm or U2. Even even with all Its faults
manifests Itself In everythingfrom "Round & Frooty" explains the party band danceable, the demo's best song, "I 1 Follow Mean Season plays some of the
the "big black explodo obvious connection between quirky and absolutely bonkers. You" reeks of the same overt best music that North Florida
logo" on the tape cover to lyrics Bazooka chewing gum and sex. POWERHOUSE is prepared for, spirituality that sometimes has to offer. Judge for yourselfthe
describing Gorbachev playing a But best of all is "Robert in their own words, "the chaotic bogs down U2 songs: next time these five lads
video game in a Chuck E. Lowe," which endorses the expansion that will engulf and "You run to the desertYou sweep into town.
Cheese restaurant. Even the actor for president in '92. It thrust us into the 21st cen walk to the sea..You curse the BY A. WADE COLEMAN

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Philosophy Store Manaro's LaFitte's Seafood and

Derby Bookstore &: Coffeehouse, 3460 W. Since 1955. "Some things never change. Raw BarDowntown

We know how particular you are about Umv Ave. 378-6370. In (the tradition of fortunately your good taste and our The Market Street Pub the
your steaks, that's why we only serve bookstores &: coffeehouses of the 18th consistently delicious Italian food." USE 1st Ave.on 3729928For square.
steaks that are frt>S,1 cut, never frozen &: 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5 pm. Enjoy fresh handcrafted Import style 10 the best seafood in
and broiled exactly the way you order. the bean or by the brew. Espresso,Cap- Gainesville's most popular Italian Res- beers in a jovial English pub. Live en- Gainesville years offering Blackened,, Broiled, and
Our Prime Rib is a specialty of the puccino, &: numerous exotic coffees taurant for over 30 years. Casual attire tertainment Fri, Sat evenings No
Grilled..Seafood Pastas
house with different cuts to satisfy from the world over. Many varieties of welcome. Fresh dishes daily including cover.120 SW 1 1st Ave.3772927.Lunch
Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oysters, Steak,
every appetite. Seafood lovers will feel tea, too. 10am-lOpm Mon-Sat chicken, veal, steak, shrimp tt home- and dinner daily. Chicken and Quail.Try our new Italian
right at home with a large and varied made desserts at affordable prices.Cocktails .
Specialties Nightly Fresh seafood.
selection to choose from. Dinners come fine wines and beer available -
Every Monday night: All The Garlic,
with fabulous Only 2 1/2 miles from
complete our Super campuseast The Mill Bakery, Mustard, Maryland Style Crabs You
Salad Table, your choice of potato and ( on Ur.iv. Ave.) 2010 Hawthorne
Can Eat"! Lunch M-F 11-3. Dinner M-
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your friends for the Best Happy Hour 3724690. Clubs and organizations- Bar,fresh brewed beer. Drink Specials
in town. Enjoy) reduced price cocktails we can serve your dinner meetings. 4-7 daily. Expanded Patio with
plus complimentary hot and cold chef live entertainment Wed.-Sat. nights.
selected Hors d' Oeuvres. Banquet facilities St. Deli & Oaks Mall Plaza, 3310110.Murphy's .
available. Most major credit
Breakfast House
cards accepted. Reservations not
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please call 3730088.5220 S.W. 13th St., Deli. Excellent breakfasts. Featuring Pub ,
La Concha
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Gainesville. and Latin American
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Famous Sandwiches Hippodrome Theater In the Downtown Great Mexican Food. 7 Days. have a desire for seafood? Scully's offers
3458 W.Univ.Ave. 11/2 mi.from campus Entertainment District. 375-7620 El Tore-and thafs no bull) plenty of quality seafood such as THAI

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REGENCY OAKS 2br/2ba unfurnished In beautiful March. From only $200/set Custom installation & repairs 336.1128OAKTREESHADZSNGLASES '

378.5766 1 bdr apt. 2 fans walk-In closet $275. 2 wood townhouse to share n/s/ m/f pool Call Al 373-3127. 9-17,'15-6

3230 SW Archer Road bdr apt. enclosed porch d/w/ new carpet, washer dryer 245/mo + 1/2 ut Call Larry :
COUNTRY GARDENS fans; both central/ h/a $375 SW Villas. 3'35-142'' 9-'13-10-5 DESKS (all sues), Computer furniture, RayBan $35.Vuarnet $45.Bolle $40 etc

373-4500 373.0701 Bookcase, File, cabinets, Chairs (all Call 335.6450(0( save your money 9.17.

2001 SW 16th Street M/F needed only 2 blocks from UF 160mo styles) & more in stock at guarnateed lowest
SW St. prices + 1/6/ util Own room ac 517 '10
HOMES: 372-2101' or 378-0197' 9755 23 Ave. 3737516. 9.,19.176 12.000 BTUs that fits & cools Cory/D a.
mond Village Apartment under warranty
2 bedroom 1 bath. Stove refng
dishwasher, garbage disp AC laundry 3 Female ns needed share 2br 2b apt call BEDS BEDS BEDS 3779615

335-3764. 9755 NEW FURNITURE USED
room. Near new fairly close to campus
2 bedroom / iba trailer. Good place for Lowest Discount Prices
$395. 462-4964.$21WILiGHT
students, prefer married $250/mo./ Call M/F roommate for own bdrm In large, Dumas Discount, ELITECOMPUTER

378-6490 9- '2-5.3 2bdr/2ba apt in Rocky Pt. Apis Grad or '1421 NE 8th Ave 371-4422

prof student preferred Call 335.9265
handcrafted bags backpacks, briefcases

THEATRE ?.NY 4 HOUSEAPT.Sublease ROOMMATE MATCHING SERVICE belts. sandals A more. Write N.N. PO Box SYSTEMSSimply

OXFORD MANOR 398435 M3 FL 33239 free catalogue or
3727640. 910106 the best In quality,
quiet ,for apt Sep-Dec '1990 service and price. Call 3351300.
Sundown Apt ."118 near UF/Butler Why live alone? Share expenses. but
SHOW Call 377-2596 or 334- NOT bathrooms! Large 3bdr/3ba townhouse -
Plaza. $269/mo
DIXIE GRAPES for Six other
apartment Washer/dryer Included CAR ALARMS installed remote control
$300 MATINEESPRESUMED 5669 eves 91054' Come by today! kinds for eating, jelly or WINE. On 10 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will I

Sublet 2bdr/lba/ apt In Vlzcaya on 34th. 2777 SW ARCHER RD 3772777. 9- acres quantity discounts Crevasse demo Call 336.9193 student Iv. message -
INNOCENT (R) Close to campus-rent 355mo for 9mos Vineyard, 1 mi. N. on Archer on US 41' 1019386'

100-440.711.1'1' September free Call 378.2651 M.F 9 to M/F own rm In 3br/1, 1/2ba dwntown home follow large signs open 9.8 pm, 495-2426

121SFri asat, S. 9.12.54Visa 10 blks to campus Hrdwd fir.ceiling eves Ed's Warehouse Recycle 372-9718 r

fans.garage.fenced yd.pet* ok, desks bikes ac, beds, stereos, tool
PROBlEM. CHILD. (PC) $170mnth+1/3util 377-1188" 9745F Car Stereo Plus Offering appl, lamps Save furniture, doors, speakers ,
1 00 a 4. I 4' 48.0 41 MasterCardEven
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Midnight, Pr!. Sat Harman Kardon tables, couch. 428 NW 1st 91056
if bankrupt or bad credit! roommate, safe + secure beautiful Crunch Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125

DElTA FORCE n (R) condo In NW area. Close to UF A SF $250 NW 23 Ave 37'.4378.' 1214768 2 SHOTGUNS I Both Mossberg 12

1'1.430.711.45 We guarantee your card or pay all, $150 security dep Call 376.5927. gauges. Both have 2 barrels & stock &

Midnight Fri.. A ..,. double your money back. Call or 8'3-956-1559. 9-'14-9-S DISCOUNT HI-FI pistol grips 1 new 1 used. $375 & $350.

((805)) 682-7555, Ext. M1202 722 S. Main The Red Bldg. 378.1460. 9636

BRANDYWINE 2 bdr/1 ba FURNISHED WE ARE CHEAPER Computer-.IBM Compatible. Mu.ts.lllo

$200/mo lor own room 1/2 cable 4 bills pay tuition & rent 5 25 and 3 5 drives and

(fi CENTER '/ ,,0, '" Jacuzzi, sauna weight room huge pool CHEAP RADAR monitor. 'WOW $1000 Call Bret 372
372-2857 Dennis 91055 Detector All Brands 375.4875 ,1237 9-7.4-6

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1 CIMPUX ODEON 311 341 t ." N/S F Roommate to share 2Br 1 1/2 bath ***DESKS*** ((7)) $75 each VW Camper poptop, '1977, 1800 cub
THIATktS Townhouse $225/month Neg + 1/2 uti I. and 25 chairs $5 each cm., 78000 miles 2 double beds. sink

Close to Shands Call Howie at 3755864. FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE ice box, new back tires. $2300 obo. Must

91055' Call 372-3338 day 338-0004 after 7 pm. sell I 335-2321 or 473.4013 call now 9.
$3.50 BARGAIN MATINEE St'tD0w:0'} BEFORE 6 00 PM

ON SATURDAY, YS Needed m/f I or n/s lor a large 2bd apt Computer-Atari 520ST like new, mouse, Hotpoint refrigerator/freezer, frost! free,

I Somete! MY BLUE Close to UF/SFCC/ $150/mo *util for own 35 drive. monochrome. Incl) software, 22 cubic ft. only 5 yrs old, mint condition.

room pets ok. Call Roger 335.5336 leave manuals. Great for word processing Only $385, was $a90. 462-0071' after 6pm

shouttitbe HEAVEN message 0-7.4; -5 $1250 ObO Call 374.6542. 91256 orw..kends.9-5-8" t

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1 F for own rm/ba In 2br/2.Sba at Casablanca .
modem, Apple IIc. disk drive. 16
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: shotgun, pool cue w/ case Ask lor Steve
Oil RAWS if W1111 clubhs $250/mo + 1/2utll Call. 335-3546. will separate 335.5053. 9616 336-6129., I

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it LAST DAY DOUBLE FEATURE Days: 7 30 Private bdrm, bth, porch No Gainesville students 25% off salesmstallations / . .
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cassette Includes CD Input. 18 preset a/c, am/fm/ 68000 miles. Excellent condi Pregnancy Test 1.800.888.1988 24 hours $35 FAST dependable, personal service Tara 332
memory 50 wails $160 Call 336.4336 lor lion $3800. 378 8574. 1259 Gainesville Women SERVICE 1469. 12147612'

1973 T.BIRD and 1976 CORVETTE Bothin 720 NW 23rd Avenue Typing ** Typsettmg ** Resumes
excellent condition. Call 378.2918 9I 3775055ABORTION Need Macintosh software, hardware or From $1.50 pg 917 NW 13 SI.
7 REAL ESTATE (To 24 Wks) services at low prices? Call Dave at 373 3739822
I have to sell my baby. She s a 1981 Fiat, BIRTH CONTROL 1524 for Inlo 94511 t t ,

GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair 2000 Conv in very good shape She'II go Gynecology Services TYPING Experienced, Fast, Accurate
to a good home for $3195. Leave mess Marlboro Farms Quality horse boardingon
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) Delinquent property. Repossassions. Spellchecked, Light Editing, $1.25 a page
Your area ((1)) 805.687-6000 at 378.6968. ***R ft R Pickup & Delivery professional. 50 acres. Riding. ring trails, Individual 376.2294 after 6 pm or leave message.
EK!t. GH.9480 (for current repo ll.l. 9. shippers over 40 yrs. The neighborhoodcourier turnout, concrete block barn. 6 miles west
72 VW Super Beetle, 20k on engine a lot G'ville's been looking for) 376. Oaks Mall. Stalls, pasture or lull board. TypngALaser Typesetting*

1656 SW 16 Somerset Village 2bdr/i of new parts needs paint to be perfect. 3391...... .47. ?.4313, 9.24-13.11 resumes reports letters etc.

1/2 ba w// loll, refurbished 1 block from $1450 obo. Needs to sell 375-6601 after SELF PROTECTION 376.5465* 3500 W Univ Ave.

Shands $55.000, $5500 down good 5pm on weekdays anytime on wknds for $COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships *Gas Dispensing Flashlight Alachua Word Processing 12.14.76-12ATypng
terms. Call Jim or Betty 904.344.3701 or Info. College Scholarship Locators pob
726.7096 1881 Joplin, MO 64802.1881. 800.879. sprays capsicum gas disables and
1981 HONDA ACCORD HB 7485 12-14-75-11 t marks attacker w/dye/ lor police. A reports business legal A
Good Cond., AM/FM/ Cassette, Dual Use Flashlight aims Gas resumes cassettes transcribed A applications .
8 MOTORCYCLESKawasaki $1200 335-6253 Leave Message Hunter Showbarn now accepting students Looks harmless & tits in pocket A letters notary .etc. Available
Past UF equestrian coach, Boarding Send $18 to GSI 1021 2nd St 24 hours/7/ days/3722777 12.14.76-12

GPZ750 turbo 1984 Excellent 10 working students accepted. Farrell Farms Covington, IN 4793?.1004
WANTEDLocal MICRO CENTE TYPing 376-0339. Full &
condtition Very very last and depend 472.3142 10.9.3011Horseback PROTECT YOURSELF'' INSTANT BUR .
Call 3356750. II sell service computing. Typing starts
able no answer please
leave message 9778 Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class Riding Lessons beginners GLAR ALARM Hang on any doorknob, 1.50/pg A Resumes $8 Self service resumes .
Rings ETC Top $ or trade. Ozzie Fine basic seat & horsemanship Intro to set, & anyone trying to open door sets off $2.50/hr 15/page/ Laser type
Jewelry 3739243. jumping loud "en.like noise' Regular $27 50; spell check A theses A
1985 Yamaha RZ350. Exc cond 8 extra dressage or western seats Equestrian ALARM. Fits set graphics
Now $1995. FLASHLIGHT .
parts Toomey exhausVhave original. Oneof Center 376.7762 Jan papers A special characters A employment
easily into pocket or purse; wrist strap
databases A
mailmerge training
a kind stroke $1800neg Ray 335 11 SERVICESNW
use one end is flashlight for walkingin
easy ; WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC 1214.
9312/3329268 91298 DEADBOLT LOCK INSTALLATION Make
dark other end has loud siren to call
Mini storage at I.75 ft NW 39ih Ave your home. safer with a deadboll lock. Call lor help. Reg. $17.50, Now $10.95. Add Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality dependable .
79 honda water cooled shall driven Joe 376 4339. 9.8-5.11
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from $2 00 s & h. Send order w/ck/ or m/o/ to service Reasonable rates Laser
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$500. 336 8509 392 ?584 ask
$20 to% dISc. testudents. 332-8917. 12 CONCEALED WEAPONFIREARMSPERMIT / Current Marketing, 5726 Cortez Rd. W printer. 377.8175 Iii 9 00pm 12.14.76.
SECA 1 URBO 650 sport bike. All white COURSE Ste. 111 t. Bradenion, FL 34210. Orders
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Comprehensivecourse shipped w/in" 24 hours ol receipt 9125
new tires rings xtra parts Great .
97. Get confidential testing and treatment at by certified police Instructor. Addresses 13 HELP WANTED
GREAT price $1299' Joe 335 0825 .
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881 12 safety laws, avoidance techniques
To apply lor a permit you must be TYPING

LOW MILES $329500 CALL 372.4160. ** GATOR MOVING ** certified 1-673.0509 Centrahnk. paging Security service, Inc.1.800 Office.226. 12 SERVICES INTELLIGENCE JOBS
Full/Serv. Mov/Storage/Packing 1- FBI, CIA, US Customs, DEA etc. Now
Honda Nighthawk' 18K miles, Super condition item/Hse Full. Days/Eves Long dis 3477 pagr number 2915041. 97511 t ...RESUMES*** Hiring Call ((1)805) 687.6000 Ext. K.

$1100, must see. Call Kurt 335 9486. 9.21-1 19.13
Lie/Ins Harry/Bill/ 374 4791 12 14 76-11 t
2341 after 12pm before 8am *TOTAL SECURITY* Complete Resume House writing 3718148.& development 12147612 services

SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons Scout system for apartments: mini
1982 Honda Nighthawk 550. A boarding woodser facilities door/window/ alarms: home systems available -
Exc condition runs great $750 Call 372 hay rides parties sales working 3350100 t

8717 leave message. 9738AUTOS students accepted. 468-3224, 375-8080. _

9 *SUNBELT MOVING* Military tear gas A personal protection FILES
info Keycham unit or home canister DESK CHAIRS
Professional &
Moving/Packing Supplies. Full
$17.95 each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok, Suspension
1983 Pontiac Grand Prix Brougham. 1. Item House full Local/Ing dist 2 dr 89.95 All Fabric
i Visa/MC phone orders) Sent immediatelyl I Exec 60 X 30
I' Lie/Ins Priced for Students!
incl root Exc. Marty 375.
Power everything moon
3781253. 910109 MOVE. 121478.11 Sallie Cain, Action Seminars, 6141 4 dr 107.95 Pneumatic SEe 119.95
condition $3000. Parkforest Baton LA call
Rouge 70816 or
504-751-0495 BOOK CASES Exec. Arm 124.95
'CONDITION. $239S/Best Offer Call 371. Equestrian. Ctr The ultimate in care ft Wood Veneer
1073. 9769 facilities 15 min from UFI Jan 376.7762. AAA STORAGE ALL IN-STOCK
Oak Walnut
Close to UF, Convenient 378.1593
HOUSEHOLD PESTS? Roaches fleas 4x4x4 $1S/rno 36" 79.95 DRAFTING BOARDS
1989 NISSAN PULSAR burgundy/grey/ 5. ,

speed, air, am/fm. brand new condition, ants, etc. Special price for students. 4x8x8 $25/mo j 72": 14 S. Main 51. 50% off
under warranty. Call 338-4055 between through September. Advanced Pest Control 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.1771 1 129.95:
3722650 12-14-76.11
8am and 4:15: pm. 9 14-13 9

Chevy Camaro '86 black/grey Exc. condl-

tionl w/custom stereo, louvers, tinted
win. dual exh. A/C/ new rims and brakes

I Only $45001 Richard & 335-5584 9.6. ( yTWILIC1TtIIf01NuniMs /
$3 00 /r t.alipCHUC
1984/Auto./Loaded/Good condi
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1981 TOYOTA STARLET Good running
I condition, new tires & shocks $1000. Call

!! 375-0373 after 6 pm. 965.9 Thurs.I'.uJ NORRIS __

1977 HONDA CIVIC 5..peed. runs great Justice t NOW

$700. 1981 CHEVY MALIBU 4.door, automatic NtwK
I' am/fm cassette $1200. Call 376 F It 14A E' I I 11.7 it has a t PUYIHQ

4113. 9649 '::15,8:00:
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thru service, se habla Espanol 377.2277 ads $1.00 Drinks

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; body work, $600. Call 373-5653. 9-7-3.9 pool no" TIN 1'IIJIU.OMmIY, lilwiiiiiiiiiiiI IBM

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I capn s chairs etc. 1979 Vandura call

I. 376.8482. 9729 $1.50 Longnecks slim: A( :I :I

Nissan Stanza '82. Auto, A/C, 4D, HB oil
cruise control. JVC stereo, 83,000 miles,
OPEN TILL 4:00 A.M.37716N
excellent condition $1750 373-7641 t tI : .
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rr well kept,have records. Great stereo, a/c, CHARLES GRODIM [LD J FORD
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NEWSPAPER Plus Notes.Are you an 'A' Student do female to care for 12-week-old infant Director' Experienced person to Earrings Sterling silver, gator' /posts
you take excellent notes, would you like, part-time in my home. Hours & days can direct two musical production during the $500 + 30 tax ft $1 00 SH Check or
to earn while you learn, II so then call be flexible Call 372.8776, 90 91 season at Ocala Civic Theatre. money order to. GPI, POB 2687 Gville
accepting application lor pasta-up 371-6954, We are looking for students Must be accomplished, Keyboard accompamst 32602

for Alligator Editorial Production Good the following classes: ACG 2001, ACG Part.time helper for physically challengedboy Would include auditions, rehears
experience for graphic art/ournalnm| ma. 2302, ADV 3000, APB 2150, APB 2151 during and after school Will split position als & performance. Teaching proficiency Welcome back students' B 4 U buy
jots or others with similar interest Expe AMH 2010, AMH 2020, ANT 2301, ANT Car needed. Call 331.7578 after & organizational skills highly desirable check out EZ Tennis 'for everyday low
nonce preferred, but not required 2402, ANT 3141 ANT 3410, ANT 3511, 6pm. 98513 Must work well volunteers Salary prices We will beat any prIce In
Evening hours, flexible schedule Fill out ARC 1211, ARC 1701, ARC 2201 ARH $2500 per production Send letter resume town period I 97815

an application at 1105 W. Univ Ave, 94 2002, ARH 2050, AST 1002, AST 2037, Art, art ad, graphic. etc, for part time job & 3 references to Search Commit
pm. Specify "Editorial Production No BSC 2010, BSC 2011, CCJ 2202, CCJ close to campus 8.10 his per wk. $4.00 tee, Ocala Civic Theatre 220 SW 15 30% off t shirts, 25% off sportswear 50%
phone calls, please AA/EOE 3024 CCJ 4204, CHM 1020, CHM 2040, per hr to start No experience req Applyto Street Ocala fL, 32671 by Sept 13, 1990 off aerobic wear, 20%.50% off shoes At
CHM 2041, CHM 2045, CHM 2046, CLT P.O. Box 286, Gainesville 32602. 9- EZ Tennis, we don't match prices we
AVON 375.8987Sell 3370, COM 1000, ECO 2013, ECO 2023, Aerobic instructor needed! Recreational beat them.
Avon Full or Part time We Train, ECO 3100, ECO 3202 ECO 4101 EUH Ptime copy machine attendant morn sports i II hiring aerobic instructors for the
Benefits Insurance 121478.13 2002, FIN 3408, FOS 2001, GEO 2200, ings/some wknds flex 20-30 hrs/wk fall semester Applications available in 4 U buy shoes rackets sportswear
GEO 2201, GEO 2420, GEO 2500, GLY Danka Ind 392.0329 1 room 214 FIG. interested, please attend strings or accessories, check out the ten
INTELLIGENCE JOBS, CIA, US 1000, HIS 2463, HUM 2210, HUN 2201, meeting Sept 7 at 5pm 206 FIG. nis authority in Gamesv' 10 EZ Tennis 34

Customs, DEA, etc, Now Hiring Call ISM 3011, JOU 3100, MAC 1142, MAN pt/ft, mature, St
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MMC 2100, MMC 4200, OCE 2005 PET nights & weekends Top salary Interview incredible view, near campus, $285 + util *******WUKAI PRINTS'* ** *
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2013, 3000, PUR 3101 OMB Campus rep needed to post flyers on
3205, OMB 3600, REL 2130, REL 2500. Florida Book Store has positions open in
Make to $1000 semester
the Gatorwear Department \If you are en. campus up per Stringing Nylon $8*, Syn gut $10 Pro-
O'Connell Center REL 2604, RTV 2100, RTV 3000, RTV .
? Call ((813)837.3003) leave 9
message Blend $16. within 24 hours EZ
and student, Ready .
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"" Now Hiring.Concert..Gator "" 3401 SOP 2513, SOP 3004, SPA 2024
STA 3023, SYG 2000, SYG 2430, SYG may have |Just the opportunity lor you Sorority House looking lor busboys Call Tennis 34 St Plaza 372-2257 97815Tuition

Growl* Sports* 3010, and WIS 2040. Apply at 1614 W. University Ave. 9.11.8. housemother at 1 373.1823. & books zapped your budget but

Applications being taken by Event and NEED EXTRA MONEY? Electric & mac. experience a must Part you still need shoes EZ Tim' can
Technical Service. To gain valuable experience In GainesvilleOcala Sell'GATOR'PRODUCTS. time AM only. Permanent position. Call help Great products prices 36S days a
at a job with flexible hours. apply area. Watson 376.7110 days. 963.13 year 97815
Licensed U of FL Call
TODAYI at Room 1302 of the Connell by
ART, Arts Graphics, Inc ((305)9462001) 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
********************** Read INSTRUCTOR wanted 'for YMCA Call the with The Williston 336
book at homel terminals & pc's. buy, sell, Skydive Skydivers
$100/Titlel) Guaranteed! YMCA for more info 376-7172 7970. 12.14.73 15
Earn extra cash: Driver needed M F to & trade, rent & repair Great prices, QUALITY
from Citrus County area. Compensation Free 24.hour recording: CDCS 818 WUmv 3380378 1214
negotiable Call Angela 16376049. 9. ((415)289.9691.) 9-18.15.13 female & male students to rep The Reitz Union Barber and Style' Shop
12.10.13 & sell electronic protection devices (stun ... .. ... .. .. .. will be open Won Thur 8.7 F", 85 and
$$$$$$$$S$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ guns) Demo unit must be purchased Call FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE Entrepreneurs Sat 9.2 for the Fall semester SlOP by or
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In new drug study for treatment of Excellent Pay in 4.10 hrs/week to market the e1 l product line in of our eleven super na I My 5 s or one of
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Used computers $199 terminals $75. 300 Protect anytime, anywm 2 sizes
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HUDSONfrom than satisfied." wasn't as effective," Jones said. has seen Hudson on film, and compared his
page 12 A knee injury against Wyoming, ending a Hudson figures an extension of his play running style to Sanders'.
day that saw Hudson pile up 130 yards in over the first half of 1989 should nudge him "He's a great runner with real good balance
"He's one of those guys that your heart goes the first quarter, interrupted Hudson's into the same class as Sanders and Thomas, ," Fain said. "He's a cut-back runner.
into your throat every time he touches the streak of four consecutive 100-yard games. who form two-thirds of the All-Big Eight He'll take a pitch left and cut it all the way
ball. After finally getting his chance, Hudson backfieldofthel980's. to the right. He picks holes well."
Hudson last year was handed the unenvi- found himself sidelined for three games. "If I don't get hurt, maybe I can make a Filling those holes will rank high among
able task of replacing Sanders, Oklahoma The time crawled. name for Gerald Hudson," he said. the Gators' priorities Saturday Expect
State's first Heisman Trophy winner. Four "To get off to the start I did, and getting Despite his sizzling start a year ago and Florida's defensive front to throw a little bit
games into 1989, the 5-foot-9, 207-pound hurt, that was a downer," Hudson said. "I 1 his 148-yard day on Saturday, Hudson has of everything at Hudson.
Hudson was the country's third-leading missed three games, and it was the longest continued Oklahoma State's Tailback U. tra- "He's a good one," Marcum said. "We'll
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shocking. It was my first time starting, andI "Gerald got off to a pretty fast start last taking over for somebody like Barry." going to run up and down the field againstus.
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4 Matthews may give

basketball a shotBy

'J"'" ft wanted to play college basketball.
GREGG DOYEL "I picked football because it has
Alligator Staff Writer more opportunities. If you get a

Shane Matthews, penciled in as scholarship,. everything's taken
UF's starting quarterback In care of."
Saturday's season-opening date Matthews averaged about seven
with Oklahoma State, recently points a game as a senior. He left
asked football coach Steve Spur- the scoring to the big men.
rier for permission to walk on to "We had a seven-footer who
the UF basketball team. plays for Georgia,another guy 6-8,
Matthews, a three-sport stand and somebody else who was 6-6,"
1 out at Pascagoula High in Mississippi Matthews said. "I had' a lot of as-
,led the Panthers to the state sists."
Class-5A basketball championshipgame. So, will UFs No. 1 quarterback
In the final, Pascagoula fell really give college basketball a
to Gulfport, paced by former LSU shot?
All-American Chris Jackson. "I don't know if I have the quick
"We went 27-6 that year,and lost ness anymore," Matthews said. "I
I II to Gulfport five times," Matthewssaid. know I can shoot with the best of
I ."Don't ask me how we played them.It's just fun playing.I might."
them that many times.We lost the
i other game to Moss Point, and
.gip.l they had (former Georgia All- Matthews will start Saturday
Southeastern Conference performer against the Cowboys, but don't be
) Litterial Green." surprised if Kyle Morris, last
Choosing between college bas- year's starter, reclaims his old job
l ketball, baseball and football by the second or third week of the
wasn't easy for the 6-foot-2, 179- season.
pounder. The sport of choice varied Spurrier said Morris will playas
from season to season for early as the first quarter Saturday
Matthews, a prep football All- indicating he'll at least get a shotto
American and the state's player of win his job back.
the year.
I .
"In 10th grade, I wanted to play
college baseball as a shortstop," There are still 1,500 tickets re-
Matthews said."It was my favorite. maining for Saturday's game. UFs
But I enjoyed basketball practicemore ticket office is open from 8:30: a.m.
than any of the others: so I to 4:30: p.m. today and Friday.

Richardson nominatedEnd

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Oklahoma State's Gerald Hudson is the latest of great tailbacks to play OSU for SPORTS the Cowboys.INFORMATION chosen as Lombardi candidate

Heisman Trophy winner Barry Sanders and ,All-Big Eight runner Thurman Thomas are amongHudson's
1981-85. His 12.5 sacks, which he
Alligator Staff Report
peers.Hudson made despite missing the first two
UF defensive end Huey Richardgames, is a school record for one
son was one of 12 players nomiseason..
Tailback U's latestBy nated Wednesday for the The native of Atlanta also has

Lombardi Trophy,a prize that hon- 37.5 tackles for lost yardage, ranking -
GREGG DOYEL piled up 910 yards in eight might be remembered here ors the top college lineman in the him sixth on all-time at UF.
games. And in the Cowboys' 10-3 down the road, as well." nation. Other nominees for this year's
Alligator Staff Writer season-opening victory against Richardson ((6-foot-5, 248 Lombardi Award are center John
Gerald Hudson doesn't see Tulsa on Saturday, Hudson ran UF inside linebackers coach pounds) is considered one of the Flannery (Syracuse), nose tackles
why,10 years from now,his name for 148 yards. Not exactly Sand- Tim Marcum watched from the top defensive players in the counMoe Gardner (Illinois), Esera
shouldn't be mentioned in the ers-like numbers, but enough for Lewis Field stands Saturday as try and has been named to several Tuaolo (Oregon State) and Chris
same breath with Oklahoma Hudson for now. Hudson pounded the Golden preseason All-America teams. As a Zorich (Notre Dame), guards Joe
,State legends Barry Sanders and "I'm pleased with my start,but Hurricanes. Marcum left Stillwa-. junior last season, he earned Honorable Garten (Colorado), Ed King (Au-
Thurman Thomas. I'll do better once we work some ter, Okla., impressed with the Mention All-America honburn) and Mark Tucker (Southern
That's as long as he avoids kinks out,"Hudson said. "I don't Cowboys'latest tailback. ors by The Sporting New for California), defensive tackles Rus-
another injury. think anyone can match what recording 79 tackles ((39 solo),12.5 sell Maryland (Miami) and David
Hudson, the Cowboys' senior Barry and Thurman accom- "He comes from" a pretty good sacks and 10 tackles for losses. Rocker (Auburn), and Colorado
tailback, was slowed by a mid- plished. If I can get off to another legacy of backs, Marcum said. Richardson is just six sacks away outside linebackers Kanavis McG-
season knee injury a year ago but good start, and not get hurt, I see Hudson page 11 from UFs all-time record held by hee and Alfred Williams.'
Alonzo Johnson, who has 27 from

. Volleyball team l loses to South Carolina, drops to 0-2 I IRON

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KASPRISKE hitter Steffi Legal! was.removed from the examined today to see if she will be able to Caryn Case ((18 kills) and Lora Myers ((17
(I', first game with an ankle injury. play in the Gators match against Memphis kills).
Starr Writer
Alligator "Obviously,the loss of Steffi Legall in the State at the O'Connell Center Friday night. UFs top performers were junior Suzie
Still learning to play better as a team, UF first few minutes of the match shook us up," The loss of Legall,who had 20 digs against Schutz ((17 kills), Mm Hale ((17 kills) and
again ran into a more experienced opponentand said UF coach Marilyn McReavy, whose Eastern Michigan Sunday, could be crucial Heidi Anderson ((32 assists). '
that proved to be the difference as South team is 0-2 going into two matches this to how the Gators perform in their upcoming South Carolina, which hosts its own tour-
Carolina handed the Gators their second weekend. games. nament (the Carolina Classic) this weekend,
straight loss Wednesday in Columbia: S.C. "She serves as a point of stability and Leading the Gamecocks, who have now exploited the Gators'inexperience as a team.
... The Gators lost to the Gamecocks in four leadership on this squad.However,the team won their first six games this season,_was UF will face the Tigers Friday and West-
games, 15-8, 15- 10, 8-15, and 15-1, as the still played well despite the loss." senior co-captain Tammy Correll., Correll ern Illinois in the O'Connell Center Saturdayat
team self-destructed when junior outside McReavy said Legall's ankle would be had 47 assists to complement teammates 7:30: p.ra


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