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UFs 14,000 draft-eligible males enough man-
power to staff the 82nd Airborne Division would f'i
find no sanctuary in college deferments should the
United States reinstate the draft.
"No more student deferments like the Vietnam era.
That was changed in 1971," said Barbie Richardson,
a Selective Service spokeswoman in Washington,D.C.
"Now it is simply a postponement until the end of the
semester. If they are in their senior year, they can
finish it." .
If Congress and the president approve a draft, Rich-
ardson said the Selective Service would have its first
inductees within 13 days and 100,000 recruits in 30
days. A draft notice can come in either peace or
wartime. .r 4
Initial recruits may include UF's males aged 18 to
26. Interim Registrar Steve Pritz said the universityhas
about 14,000 men in that age bracket.
Some UF draft-age men believe conscription should POOL PHOTO BY TIM DAVIS-GAINtSVILLE SUN
exempt college students,should the Persian Gulf crisis florida Department of Law Enforcement officials search Edward Lewis Humphrey's Hawaiian Village apartment
escalate Into a war. Thursday.
The future leaders of America are at college," said
liberal senior Rob 21. "We should I
arts Quinter, stay.
We are doing something more worthwhile than some- Police search Humphrey's home
one working at Dunkin' Donuts part time and livingoff

their parents." _. .. .
Junior Marc Edelman, 20, agrees with Quinter. By DONYA CURRIE Humphrey, has not been charged on Aug. :24 at the tt Lambda mi
Although he said no college deferment "sucks," he Alligator Staff Writer with the murders but was arrested in fraternity house, the report shows.
sees how Saddam Hussein's hostage-taking may resultin Brevard County Aug. 30 for allegedly The campus incident was not re-
a war. beating his grandmother. ported until Tuesday and only one of
Unlike Edelman and Quinter, pre-law senior Rick As charges against Edward Lewis the report's six pages was released.On .
Minor, 22, said he would answer Uncle Sam's call to Humphrey continued to pile up Thurs UF police added two unrelated Sept. 4, the Indian River County
arms. day, investigators searched the UF counts of aggravated assault to that Sheriff's Office also pressed charges
"I would go," Minor said.."I wouldn't want to, but I freshman's Gainesville apartment for Wednesday, police records said.Apairof against Humphrey for an alleged 1988
links to the murders of five college students, Greg M. Herskowitz and
see Draft page 12 students. Rob Litvak, were "threatened" with a see Warrant, page 9

I "Don't underestimate. the danger of the (UF) dating scene." Alex Lieder, member of NOW .

.Violation. Humiliation. Reality.- I

the hundreds of freshmen who ar- reer,according to a study done by
By MIKE CARR rive at UF unprepared to deal with Kent State University researcher
Alligator Writer the dating scene and, as a result, Mary Koss. Date-rape victims havean
The UF freshman thought she may become more likely targets of average age of 18, said Claire
DATE% had found a dating paradise. date and acquaintance rapists, UF Walsh, head of SARS.
Everywhere she turned, sin- women's rights leaders said. Not all victims of date rape are
cere,gorgeous men asked her out. UF Sexual Assault Recovery Ser- newcomers to UF. Graduate stu-
Even better, she was living away vice therapist Deborah Burke said dents and faculty members also
from home for the first time and last year she counseled two women are susceptible said Philip Posner,
didn't have to worry about disap- who were date-raped within the chairman of UF's Committee on
proving parents.But first two of weeks of school. the Status of Women.

four years later,she realized The number of date rapes that Accurate statistics on date rapesat
) her initial impression" the UF occur almost immediately after UF are unavailable because the
.dating scene was wrong. school opens alarms me," Burke crime often goes unreported. Only
"Freshmen girls are incredibly said. "College is something these 1 percent of victims seek counsel-
I ftwml LH naive and don't realize what sharks women are really looking forwardto ing, Walsh said.
guys can be,and that,to them,you ,and then the trauma sends them Victims tend not to seek help,
may be just another notch on the right back home. Some do stick it often convincing themselves they
bedpost,"said Debbie (not her real out, but it's not easy to do." were at fault or the rape never took

name), now a graduating senior. One of every four women will be
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: The Students for African Lindsay at 3349453. morning at 11 beginning at the X
Studies Association will have its Dance party:The UF International Purple Porpoise. The twotothreemile '
opening meeting today at 4:30: in Folk Dancers will have a back-to- run will end at an unknown des Pledge Class 90
Grinter Hall Room 471 for all school dance party tonight at 8 in tination with lunch, beer and soda.
graduate and undergraduate students Norman Hall Gym on the corner of Call Kanga at 3783597. ::011: KAREN BENNETT 0101 LONQUINI
interested. Call 392-2183 or Southwest 13th Street and South Latin fiesta: The Hispanic Student 2 ANNE I5LOODQOOD KRISTIN UJI'fDQRCN X

3350793.Get west 8th Avenue. No partner needed Association will have its first ::011: NICOLE I50YCC LAUREN MACAULCY

happy: The Transfer Activities and wear soft-soled shoes. Call 377. party of the year Saturday night at 9 2 MARGARET I5RCI'fAI'f REBECCA MARTINEZ .
Council will have a Happy 3341. at the Knights of Columbus. Call Vic ::011: WENDY I5IZDSOC ASHLeY MCCORVCY ,

Hour tonight at 7 at Joe's Deli on Omicron Delta Kappa: ODK, the tor Malo at 336-1797. MARIA CARLTON KARRlC MCfADDCN .
University Avenue.All are welcome.Call National Leadership Honor Societyis Auditions:The Gainesville Chamber USA COC RACHEL NEWMAN ,
Matthew Bald at 3761757. accepting applications for the fall Orchestra will hold auditions KATHLEEN COLLINS JEANETTE O'CONNCLL X

Gatoroblcs: The Recreational semester tapping. Pick up applications Saturday for the 1990-91() Season in KltRSTtI'f COLMAI'f SARAH OLSON
Sports Gatorobics will have high- at the ODK office Reitz Union the violin, cello, clarinet and French X
energy aerobics every Monday, Room 300. Call David Kalchbrennerat horn sections. Call 3784612.
Wednesday and Friday at 5 in the 376-9473 for requirements and Jewish student groups: B'nai HEATHER DATeS :X':
O'Connell Center Martial Arts other information. B'rith will have a welcome to Jewish SANDI DAVIS JULIE SAUCR

Room. Free with fee card and picture Happy half hour: The B'nai B'rith student life on campus and barbecue HEIDI DRC"CR KATHRYN SRAMr.K X
ID. Call 392.0581. Hillel Foundation will host a Happy dinner Sunday at 5:30: p.m. at Hillel WENDY DUDA JENNIFER TRurrr
African studies:The Students for Half Hour 6:30-7() and dinner at 8 16 NW 18th St. $3.00 for dinner. Call DEBBIE flSCHCR BRANDY UPRIGHT
African Studies Association will tonight at the Hillel 16 NW 18th St. 372.2900 by noon, Sunday for reser HEATHER LAVER SARAH WALKeR XX
have its opening meeting today at $4.75 for Hillel student membersand vations. IMCRRY"trtNlrCR GEORGE JENNIFER WAI'ffoK :
4:30: in the African Studies Center in $5.75 for other students. Reser. Trackettes: There will be a meet USA GRABOWSKI MONICA WEINSTEIN X
Grinter Hall Room 471. Call Pam vation deadline is noon. Call 372- ing Monday night at 7 for anyone JENNIFER QUI'flON SlfAI'fA WCSTeR X
Pozarny at 335-0793. 2900. interested in working with the men's MELISSA IfALl5tRT DEVON WAGNER X
Gay and Lesbian Student Union: CARIBSA: The Caribbean Student and women's track team. It will be KELLY HALLO TANIA WHITE
The GLSU will have its back to Association will have its first held in the Gator Room on the west NICOLE HCARI'f KIM WIGGINS XX 1
school party tonight at 7:30: at the meeting of the semester tonight at 7 side of the football stadium. Call 375- ADRIENNE "IQftTOWCR KATY WIGGINS X
Institute for Black Culture on the in Little Hall Room 215. Call Meganat 4683 ext. 4400.Supporting. b AMY JOWtRS ArlDI WOOD X
corner of 15th St. and University 378-8783. Latin America :
Avenue. Call 332.0700. Vietnamese Club: The Viet CISPLA Committee in Support of b IAZZARA XKARLA
Hellenic: The Hellenic Student namese Club will meet tonight at 7 the People of Latin America will
Association will have a meeting in the Reitz Union Room 361 and have a talk Monday night at 7 in the
tonight at 8 in Reitz Union Room 362. $5.00 dues. Call Trang at 373- Reitz Union Room B65. A Sal-

361. Call Antonis 3381367. 1109. vadoran refugee will be the guest

Bloc seating: All bloc-seating Dance Indian: See Sonal Man- speaker. Call 468-2609 or 3737639.

chairpersons must check in today singh, one of India's foremost exponents NAACP: The Gator Chapter
between 1 and 4:30: in Reitz Union of classical dance, Saturday NAACP will meet Monday night at
Room 305 to verify groups par night at 7 in the University in Room B-60 Reitz Union. Call 334-
ticipating in bloc seating. Call 392- Auditorium. Call 3788390,3782328or 8090.

1665. 3723195. Alpha Kappa Psi: The first meet NSA-535
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I Orange & Brew reopensBy SGP plans free showThe

ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI bands," he said. Smithereens 28By
Alligator Writer Each Friday night the O&B will feature a perform Sept.

different band, placing emphasis on local bands, not until last year they reached success
UF students tired of walking around the Reitz said O&B Chairman Ellen Koehler. PATRICIA LEE
on the pop charts with the singles
Union to enter the building will have to wait two "We want the Orange & Brew to be a place Alligator Writer "A Girl Like You" and "Blues

; more weeks for a direct path, but the Orange & for everyone," she said. Smithereens -long favorite Before and After," the first two releases
Brew will reopen Friday night with a concert by Three local bands, including Tone Unknown, of college students will kick off[f from the new album.
local band Tone Unknown." will play at the O&B in September, Koehler said. the fall semester's' concert calendar Longtime fans know the group for
The popular hangout the only place stu- Henrietta's Lovers, a group known for alterna- with a free show for students Sept. college-chart hits "Blood and Roses,"
dents can buy beer on campus- was closed for tive rock, will play Sept. 14. Bitter Sweet, a 28 at the UK Bandshell. "Only a Memory," "House We Used
renovations during the summer as part of a country rock and bluegrass band, will play Sept. The group will perform at 7 p.m. to Live In" and other singles.the .
massive construction project at the Union. The 21.The Friday before UF's home football "A lot of people are excited about
F recent renovations will give the O&B a new look O&B's renovations are only a small part game against Mississippi State, Stuthe( concert)," Mateu said. "It's a
and a new image, said Russ Froman, assistant of the$1.4 million construction project underwayat dent Government Produc- perfect college band."
director of the Union's Programs Office. the Union, said John Neely, the Union's asso- tions Chairman Raul There will be an
"It's not the headbar.ger progressive place it ciate director. Mateu said Thursday. opening band,but the
was before. It's lot classier he said. "The The will the Union to include This
a project expand "It's on a good week I will be act has not been determined -
whole look is different. Bricks were put on the additional meeting rooms and a small audito- end," he said. "It's a good yet, Mateu
wall giving it the look of a Chicago Jazz pub." rium. The rooms and auditorium should be party to get psyched up the band's said. SGP is payingfor
In addition to the change of decor, the O&B completed by February, 1991, he said. the game." $14,000 for the Smithereens -
will feature bands that play a wider variety of Although the construction closing off the Col- The Smithereens second appearance its opening

music, he said. onnade will not be finished until December, comprised of guitarist Jim at act and the sound and
construction crews will open a pathway in two Babjak, drummer Dennis light equipment, he
"We're going to keep the progressive,but we'll weeks to allow students to walk directly from Diken,lead singerguitarUF.. said.
also have jazz, blues, rock, country and reggae the main building to Constans Theatre. ist Pat DiNizio and bassist This will be the

Mike Mesaros-are tour band's second ap-
ing to promote Smithereens pearance at UF,
11, their second album on the Maieu said. The quartet performed
Enigma/Capitol Records label. for a sold-out audience in the Reitz
Although the progressive-rock Union Ballroom two years ago, and
band from New Jersey has been reMateu said he expects more people
x leasing singles since 1980, it was to attend the Sept.. 28 concert.ENIGMACAPITOL .
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ease security workload

By JACK REJTMAN meeting with police was that (UF) could
Alligator Writer have the concert any other day, butdefimtely
not Saturday because of the
011 No one knows exactly who came up football game and the lack of officers,"
.A with the idea, but everyone seems to Mateu said Wednesday.agree .
that rescheduling comedian DenBut UF police spokeswoman Angie
nis Miller's' Saturday night concert in Tipton said campus police did not call
the O'Connell Center was a good idea. off the concert for lack of security.
"His agent,the police, UF administrators Miller will perform later this semes-
and (Student Government Productions ter, probably in November or Decem-
Chairman Raul Mateu) made the ber, Mateu said.
decision," SGP adviser Myra Morgan Students can hold onto their tickets
'..N.f' .:t.. said Thursday, adding that UF administrators or receive full refunds, minus the $1
.... do not plan to cancel any other service charge they paid when they purchased
.J yrgp+W4 night functions. the tickets from all ticket out-
'. ,
The because
concert was postponed lets.
BoredUF it would end too late, about 11:30: p.m.,
and UF police would be tired from work
engineering senior Mark lovino, a lifeguard at Lake Wauburg, takes a breakon correction
ing Saturday's football game and a weekof
a rescue board Monday afternoon. extended shifts following the murder Information was incorrectly attributedof

five college students, Morgan said. to UF police spokeswoman Angie Tipton
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grounding draws criticismWASHINGTON

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(UPI) The grounding of the NASA engineers thought they had traced the leaks GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER MALL
space shuttle Columbia by another mysterious to a defective fuel line valve and believed they had
hydrogen leak fueled criticism Thursday of NASA's repaired the problem in Columbia by replacing the
attempts to get the shuttle program back off the faulty equipment.
ground and overall approach to space flight. "They wheeled this thing back into the hangar for
"It's sad and frustrating that we're reduced to several weeks and then they roll it back out (to the
as a measure of success-getting one of these thingsoff launch pad) again and they've got another hydrogenleak.
the ground," said John Logsdon, director of the It's troubling," said Robert Park, a physics
Space Policy Institute at George Washington Univer professor at the University of Maryland."You .
sity. "It just wasn't supposed to be this way." don't undertake any program of this com- 3
NASA scrubbed Columbia's scheduled launch plexity without some unexpected problems showingup w
Thursday on a 1\( -day astronomy mission when high and it takes a while to solve them. But the shuttle's
levels of hydrogen gas were detected in the been around a long time now.And to have these kindsof
spaceship's engine room. fundamental problems still coming up-the shuttle I .
A previous hydrogen leak scrubbed the shuttle's simply hasn't served its purpose," Park said.
launch in May, and the entire fleet was grounded in Park's comments came after a hearing sponsoredby k
July when another leak was detected in the shuttle the Federation of American Scientists on the futureof 3
Atlantis before its scheduled blastoff on a secret the space agency,which has come under increasing. .
military mission. criticism because of a series of setbacks.

I Gunmen kill five in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) Two Nelson Mandela to Soweto trouble spots to gauge the
unidentified black gunmen opened fire Thursday extent of the township's black-on-black strife.
night on a railway station platform in Johannesburg, Hundreds of armed' Zulu migrant workers stormed
killing five people and wounding nine others, police Merafe station early Thursday seeking revenge for
said. the pre-dawn murder of a Zulu worker at the station
"They just walked up to the crowd, opened fire and by unknown attackers, police spokesman Joseph
ran away," said Col. Frans Malherbe. "It's very bad." .Ngobeni said.
The gunmen struck without warning at the train A mob had "chased the worker through the station
station at Jeppe, on the outskirts of Johannesburg, and fatally stabbed him..but he was able to get backto
shortly after 7 p.m., Malherbe said. his hotel and tell the others," Ngobeni said.
He said it was unclear whether the killings were Police at first headed off the club-wielding Zulus
related to a nearly month-long wave of urban strife and "dispersed some of them with tear gas," he said.
that has erupted between rival black groups in But "they seem to have got together again and later
townships surrounding Johannesburg-the country's ran across platforms,lines, and into a train which was 4Y
financial and industrial center. pulling out.
Earlier Thursday in Soweto, hand-to-hand fighting "They were fighting with people along the way,"
raged across platforms and lines of a railway station Ngobeni said.
and into a slowly moving train in the nation's largest He noted at least 18 people were injured, two very
black township,killing at least one person and wound seriously, before the violence died down.
ing up to 20, police said. "It is possible others may be dead. We're not sure,"
The battles came just before a visit by black leader he said.

. Oil industry forms cleanup organizationWASHINGTON

(UPI) -Mer a year of planning,. water, wildlife and oreline cleaning devices, and
the U.S. oil industry said Thursday it would create a equipment to remove oil from foundering ships.
400-person spill cleanup organization with five Costello said the organization would be "the
"regional response centers"around the nation-each world's largest, best-equipped and best-trained oil
capable of handling an Exxon Valdez-size accident. spill cleanup organization," with each regional center
The cleanup organization, to be known as the capable of handling a spill of up to 216,000 barrels of
Marine Spill Response Corp., will have two response oil."I
centers on both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and know of no other occasion when an industry has
one along the Gulf Coast, with each center having reacted on such a massive scale to help meet an
four to six equipment depots located nearby to ensure urgent national need," he added. "What is being
quick action in all coastal areas. announced is truly precedent-setting. 1. ANDHURST BLAZERS 69.00 TO 79.00
John Costello, a retired Coast Guard vice admiral Costello said the regional response centers wouldbe
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would be operational by early 1993 and the entire ; Port Everglades, Fla., near Miami; Lake Char- SHARP HOPSACK BLAZERS IN 55/45/ POLY-WOOL BLENDS. GET THAT
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. Judge refuses to dismiss obscene art chargesCINCINNATI I FROM CASUAL KHAKI WEAR., OLIVE OR BLACK IN SIZES-29" TO.42. GREAT FOR DRESSOR

(UPI) A judge refused a requestto the seven photos in question in deciding the charges.The .
dismiss obscenity charges Thursday against the defense contends the disputed pictures are
Contemporary Arts Center and its director for display only a part of the overall exhibit and should be judged 3. JOHN HENRY DRESS SHIRTS 29.99
ing controversial photographs by the late artist Robert together.
Mapplethorpe.The Albanese,however, said the other 175 photographsin
center and Director Dennis Barrie are the exhibit could be referred to if defense lawyersand HANDSOME BUTTON-DOWN COLLAR DRESS SHIRTS IN COOL 100%
scheduled to go on trial Sept. 24 in Hamilton County prosecutors agreed on guidelines before the start COTTON. HANDSOME FITTED STYLING FOR CAMPUS OR WORK.
Common Pleas Court on obscenity and child pornog- of the trial. AVAILABLE AT OAKS MALL ONLYGainesville
raphy charges. Earlier, Judge F. David Albanese "Well, we're disappointed, but we're not crest.
refused to throw out the child pornography charges. fallen," defense lawyer Mark Mezibov said. "The Shopping Center
Five photographs in the Mapplethorpe exhibit show court has indicated..that this would be an interim
homosexual acts, and two photos show children's order.We anticipate presenting the evidence at trial. MON. SAT. 10 AM 7 PM, SUN. 12.6
genitals.The exhibit closed in Cincinnati May 26 and We have present' it first to the judge. Oaks Mall
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The judge also ruled against another defense motion raphers have to be balanced in light of the exhibition: ," MON. SAT. 10 AM D PM, SUN 12.0

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Darts & laurelsDART

to Student Body President Michael Browne for

the way he vetoed the revised election codes student III

senators passed at the end of the summer.

We agree with the veto itself, especially because it will

limit Student Government election campaigns to 1 1/2 1 Y 'qD'

weeks, rather than 2 1/2 weeks, as the new codes stated.

We're sure most students also will be happy about that.

Browne appointed the committee that drafted those

code revisions a committee that took two months to The seed that can save the earthAs

go through the election laws. He had those two monthsto

give the committee his opinion on those revisions.He we come to a time when we see our reliance on
ao Marc Rossman
also had two extra weeks to plead his case at Stu- fossil fuels killing our environment and our economy,
we must be able to conduct research into alternativefuel I
dent Senate meetings, because each bill must be read
sources, especially at our universities.At N THE LEFT FIELDwould
and approved at two separate meetings before it becomes
UF for instance researchers with the Instituteof
produce the 75 quadrillion, billion BTU's
law.But Food and Agricultural Sciences have been tryingto needed to run America each
Browne chose to wait until the second meeting to develop, on a fiscal shoestring, new crops and year.
There is other that better
no plant can accomplishthis.
submit his amendments to that bill, knowing he couldn't technologies that would allow farmers to grow cleaner
What is this ? cannabis
plant )
Hemp ( marijuana ,
burning fuels from tall grasses such as sorghum and
attend because he had
an exam. the seed that can save the earth.
sugarcane or from woody plants such as eucalyptus.
Senators turned down his amendments and passed the "Fortunately, IFAS has been able to keep its bio- Fuel,food,fiber and paper-all from one renewable

revised codes as they were written, which Browne then energy program together during the thin years," says source! We need to legalize this sacred plant and let
vetoed. Wayne H. Smith, director of UFs Center for Biomass our universities experiment with ways to make it an
existing source. Approximately 50 of
Energy Systems. energy percent
Senators rush the codes in
plan to through
now new a
state and federal enforcement is
drug money
"Most universities conducting studies have had to
double meeting next week.
abandon bio-energy research. In the last decade, fund- directed at marijuana.
This means senators open their meeting, vote on the ing for renewable energy has dwindled to nothing." Justice demands nothing but the lifting of all penalties

codes, adjourn their meeting and open it again so they There exists a seed whose plant could substitutefor (civil and criminal),and restraint upon the cultivation

can get the two separate readings required by law. all fossil fuels and all wood-pulp paper. This plant and use both'smoking and non-smoking
could make most of our fibers naturally and make of this remarkable plant will be acceptable. We
The laws written that so senators would havea
way everything from dynamite to plastics. It grows in'all almost lost the seed and the knowledge to save the
break between the readings, to give them a chance to 50 states and one acre would replace 4.1 acres of trees.If planet. Legalize it!

study the bill, get student input and make the best pos- approximately 6 percent of the United States'land Marc Rossman is a local merchant and freedom

sible decision.But were used to raise it as an energy crop, this plant fighter who has lived in Gainesville for 17 years.
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senators won't have that time next week, as they I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
rush through two readings and pass elections codes th twill

determine the way your representatives are chosen. Republicans don't Don't be bullied sign your lease.In .

LAUREL to UF for sponsoring Wednesday's memorial Florida, the law says your

service and giving students, faculty and Gainesville resi- always agreeEditor know your rightsEditor landlord must give written noticeof is

dents a chance to mourn the five students who were : As a Republican, I'd like to : The beginning of the being where held your'security, and written deposit notice of

found murdered last week. take a moment to rebuke Ed Scales' school year usually means a fresh deductions being taken out of it

The community needs this time to show its grief and notion that the Panama Canal right start, new faces and, many times, upon your vacancy. Landlords havea
fully belonged to the United States. a new home. A period of adjust- maximum of 15 to notify
be comforted by those who feel the same way. We hope days you
students who need to talk to someone about their feel- "We stole if fair and square"some ment, and then one of poverty, of this or they forfeit any rights to
would have believe. This usually follows after tuition and Statutes
us impose a claim., (Florida
ings take advantage of UF's free counseling, or simply line of reason gives credibility to moving expenses are paid for. 83.49))
talk to their friends. The faster the healing is
process bastards like Saddam Hussein. For students
many moving is a be
You cannot allow yourself
started, the sooner everyone can get their lives back in Let's face the facts; our annexationof way of life. The hassles of findingan pushed around by money-hungry

order. the canal zone in the early 1900s apartment,moving in or out,and landlords. Know rights and let
differed little from his of Kuwait.
inevitably losing security depositsare
them know you know them. Big
As a third-year. law student, Ed a way of life for Gainesville corporations the worst offenders
j Scales should be more thorough in students.It .
alligatorEditor of this crime. They try to
his research before making
assertions. any doesn't have to be this way. scare you because of their size,but
A. Plunkett How many times have you gone don't be intimidated. If you have
Judy "Might does not make right. I I-
into a rental office and blindly experienced any incompetency
Managing Editor' Opinions Editor support our governor, but not be- signed the lease? Have you ever from your landlords, take action.
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier cause of your juvenile rhetoric. Nor thought you had rights you were Call your Better Business Bureau
do I share your views as to what unaware of? If you have ever and take them to court. If you allow
Letter Policy the Republican Party or our wondered if there laws ,yourself to be bullied out of your
are to
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by.10 page) They should be
typed double' -spaced and signed They should Include a typed name, address and telephone country is all about. protect you from greedy landlords, money now, when will it end?
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call David Layman there are. And it's imperative that -' ,Megan Maloney
the editorial' page editor at 378-4458.
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I UF's Golden Key wins SG to hand out free alarms I

Webb wasn't available for
two top national awards Alligator WriterA Thursday, but Neiger said the alarms were
sitting in Webb's garage not being used,and
Minnesota man donated 7,000 palm- Webb thought UF students could benefit
By GINA GEORGE ditional-age students. sized alarms to Wednesday,and Student from them.
Alligator WriterUPs Because there are no membership re- Government is distributing them to studentson "Last week about this time, Alan and I
quirements other than academic excellence, the Reitz Union's third floor. were sitting around and discussing what was
Golden Key chapter recently won said she can't determinehow
Marquez-Chisholm Businessman Alan Webb gave the alarms going on in Gainesville, and we were think
two top national awards one the highest members the UF has.
many chapter and batteries costing $15,458 to show his ing about the alarms we had sitting in our
national award given marking the second "It's hard track of who has
keep grad- "
concern for students after the murders of garage, Neiger said. "We thought the UF
year the chapter has received such honors. uated, who is here, who is active," she said. five local college students, his office man students would be more reassured when
The UF chapter! received the Best Academic "We initiate about 500 a year." said "
ager Mark Neiger Thursday.The they walk to classes...if they had the alarm.
Project Award Golden also
and the Key Chapter Global Key Out- alarm can be attached to belt loopsor Their two-man business first got the per-
sponsors held in hand, and also can be used as a sonal alarms when several rapes occurredin
Award,faculty adviser
U reach annual
Ines Marquez-Chis- F's chapter has won ect in which an membersare key chain.When a pin on the alarm is pulledout Minneapolis about three years ago. Since
holm said. it makes a high-pitch buzzing. Puttingthe then, they've been selling them to Minnesota
paired foreign
the academic project back into the alarm the noise.
UF's chapter has students from the En- pin stops companies to give out to employees.Since .
won the academic award two years in a glish Language Insti- Student Body President Michael Browne the rape crisis has died down in Min-
project award two said he is pleased with Webb's concern. neapolis, fewer businesses have been buy
tute to help lessen the
years in a row, some- row, something of a rare culture shock of attending "I'm overwhelmed by his generosity," ing the alarms, Neiger said.
thing of a rare feat, feat. UF. Browne said. "It's an example of real com- Browne said students who want alarms
Golden Key regional The program allows passion that human beings are capable of should go by the Student Government Officein
director Tina Cannon foreign students to showing to one another." the Reitz Union and pick up one for free.
said. form friendshi; s a.,tt\ feel more secure of.
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"(Winning it two years in a row) is highly UF: and benefits Golden Key members as rlr'I"'! '" ,
unlikely, considering there are 161 chaptersin well, Marquez-Chisholm said. i.' ,, I'
the country and all have some kind of
academic project," said Cannon. "They are "It allows them to get a broader view of
definitely not a typical chapter. They are the world," she said.
always thinking, 'What next?'"

UPs Golden Key won the award this year Because many Golden Key members
for its Honors Week program, designed to have full-time jobs or families, community 4
increase awareness of honorary organizations service Is encouraged but not required, she
on campus and better communication said.
between those groups, she said.

Golden Key's membership, which is Each semester, two scholarships are
based solely on academic excellence, is awarded to the organization's top junior and
open to juniors and seniors in the top 15 senior members. The scholarships are ALLIGATOR PHOTO
percent of their class, MarquezChisholmsaid. based on grades, leadership abilities, com-
The organization recognizes outstanding munity service work and other awards they When a pin on the alarm is pulled out, it makes a high-pitch buzzing sound. Puttingthe I
achievements and is not limited to tra- have received. pin back into the alarm stops the noise.

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feel a tremendous need for ing.
I have a duty to the "Change is the biggest challenge
and to the students who pay persons face everywhere," he said.
John bills," he said. Although Kruczek isn't planningany
when he was came to UF with strong comprehensive changes for UF
business from colleagues, at this point,he is still learning about
University. the "University of Maryland was his new job. However, he does have
Accounting disappointed to lose him," said some minor changes, such as electronic
Charles Poppell, interim associate vice mail and a computer network
Cratchitt in of administrative affairs at ing system, planned for the near
person he was future.
if he became Kruczek has! only been
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UF lot of
save a money, but will take
ing in 1968, the leadership required to longer to develop because the tech-
countant, and UFs finance network "second nology is new, Kruczek said. Thou
been UFs in the country," Poppell said.
sands of paper documents could be
responsible for said he views colleges
thrown if
away or recycled computer
$800 million a universities as big businesses imaging becomes accessible,he said.
Kruczek, oversees money accordingly.
The system, which copies documents
Hough when duty in the big business at UF
spent 9 1/2 keep costs down," said Kruczek, and makes them part of a
Maryland at recently turned 50 and had a computer program, could make
university jobs easier and
was of "Over the Hill" balloons many
quicker, he said. And, as any good
Fs oversaw an office. "The pressure to con
accountant knows Kruczek's main
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computer imaging
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Gainesville strained, will always present money factor.
loves the ." "We spend a lot of money just for
and he feels faces those challenges at all space, and we could save a lot of
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An imbalance of age and experi- be exposed unless they've had prior
ence can lead to "power- tripping" in experience," he said.
which upperclassmen manipulate im- Date-rape awareness should be di-
pressionable new female studentsand rected primarily at men, because date
may force them into having sex, rapes won't stop until men change their
Burke said. dating behavior, Funderburk said.
DATERAPE Power-tripping can occur betweenany Improper behavior stems from many
couple but is more risky when men not knowing the difference between
the man is a popular figure on campus rape and sex and falsely assum-
and the woman is an inexperienced ing women desire sex when they say
newcomer. they don't, rape counselors say.
"There is a danger when you havea But Funderburk adds that the new
power differential," Burke said."He environment at UF contributes to mak-
may be on an athletic team, and she ing freshmen women vulnerable.
could be a star-struck freshman." "They don't know the ropes, which
Freshmen males also may push makes them more vulnerable to those
women their age to their limits to who do," she said.
score and gain acceptance from peer Campus parties are an important part
groups, said Funderburk, who has of the new environment, and many
counseled victims of date rape earlyin freshmen attend fraternity parties on
the school term."I football weekends, Santilli said. Theyare
will probably see a few," she said. trying to fulfill a need to bond with
newcomers can be overpowered by so other students, Funderburk said.
DATEfrom many parties, spiked punch, pick-up Greeks and DatingTo + But chances of being raped increase
page 1 lines and aggressive men, women'srights when large groups of people who don't
leaders said. keep rapes off Fraternity Row, know each other meet at these parties,
said UF psychologist Jamie
"The first several Greeks are edu- she said.

Funderburk. weeks are totally un- "Freshmen girls are incredibly cating their "The parties are places that have the
Victims also tend not to prosecutedate like society," Lieder pledges about "
and acquaintance rapists because said. "Hundreds of naive and don't date rape, said potential to hurt someone,
don't want to turn in their boy- Funderburk said.
they women are anxiousto Tom Santilli,
realize what sharks pres-
friends, said Kim Reichard, advocate meet new people guys ident of UF's NOW's Lieder calls the organized fra-
counselor for Alachua County's Rape and experiment sexu- can be, and that, to InterfraternityCouncil. ternity parties"at UF "a .socially sanctioned
and Crime Advocate Program. ally, and hundreds of pick-up.
men are out to take them, you may be just "A lot of people "This is a dangerous avenue to meet
Dating at UF advantage of this vul- another notch on the don't know what men," Lieder said. "In an informal way
nerability. date is the fraternities condone the sexual ex-
rape so we
College towns,which have vast num- "Women should be are informing the ploitation of women whatever you
bers of single people, set the stage for aware that some -Debbie (not her real pledges," he said. can get away with, go ahead and do it."
date rape, Reichard said. men, whether uncon- All fraternity Santilli called Lieder's views "a littleon
"Don't ever underestimate the dan- sciously or con- name) pledges must at- the radical side."
ger of the (UF) dating scene,"said Alex sciously! look for UF senior tend a joint StuServicesIFCPanhellenic "Some guys may have this idea in
Lieder, a member of UF's National Or- vulnerable women. a e n t their heads, but it's not the norm, and
ganization for Women. "Even if you're And freshmen women are vulnerable seminar on it's not sanctioned by the fraternities,"
sophisticated, you can have problems.But because they (these men) believe they I late rape,but this program doesn't start he said. "That would be bad for their
if you're naive,you're really in trou- will behave in a certain way." ,until the fourth week of school, Santilli reputations."
ble." Older students know that freshmen i said. Tracy Polcyn,president of UF's Camsee -
Date rape is particularly a problemthe look up to them and want to please themto "It's the first time (the pledges) will Date page 11
first month of classes at UF because be accepted, Burke said.;




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Friday Sept. 7, 70pm* Evangelist Fred Doerge expose the devastating effects of the occult on our

Other local bandsat college campuses today. Mr. Doerge is a certified police officer currently

the O&B in September working with a Midwest task force of occult Investigators. He has trained

many law enforcement officers, including intelligence, SWAT, FBI, state
HENRIETTA'S LOVERS police, highway patrol, and sheriff's depts. in

Friday Sept. 14, lOpm- occult related criminal investigation.}

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DATEfrom underage drinking the first few weeks their fish tank or to meet their room- How to prevent date rape
page 10 of school," UF police spokeswoman mates, "who are never there."
Angie Tipton said. Firm communica- say you can'tprevent

pus Organized Against Rape, said the Fraternities plan tion is important in date rape, but you can
parties can be a risky venture. COAR not to permit alco- "The first several weeks declining these invi- take precautions to lessen your

presents rape seminars to campus hol at open parties; are totally unlike soci- tations because chances of becoming a victim.Don't .
groups throughout the semester. Santilli said, but female many men believe
"You're meeting lots of new people, upperclassmen ety. Hundreds of women that "no" may mean 4 stay around men who

and so there's a higher chance of run- say party goers are anxious to meet new "yes," counselorssay make negative comments and
ning into some who aren't nice," she still must be cau- but some fresh- sexist jokes about women.
said. But she added, "I wouldn't say the tious. people and experiment men may feel un- If you feel uncomfortable in a

men there look around and say 'Get that Date rapists lace sexually, and hundredsof comfortableasserting situation, trust your instincts and
one; she is really naive.:" marijuana and seem- them- leave.
ingly harmless men are out to take selves.
If drink, don't drink to the
Drinking and Dating punches to reduce advantage of this vulner- UF is making a you
the resistance of good effort to teach point that judgement is impaired.

If parties are the powder keg of date their potential vic ability. dating communication Be assertive in declining

rape, alcohol is the match, counselorssay. tims, women familiar -Alex Lieder to new students touching, kissing and sex.
.Alcohol is involved in 75 percent of with the UFpartyscene through COAR, but If a new relationship moves in
date rapes, Polcyn said. say. Member of UF's National there's room for improvement whirlwind fashion, back off. If the

Getting drunk doesn't invite date rape, _"I thought,,__ I was Organization for Women mall is worth dating, he will
ft 1 ft r.IAI.1. ftft.I: .
but counselors, police and women'srights Mllimillg understand
leaders agree a few too many juana cigarette, but "We could be your hesitancy.
drinks can make women drop their somebody had put a hallucinogenic in it, doing more," she said. UF should offer Go out in groups and take cab

guard. and I tripped out," Debbie i said.i "I.was a mandatory.class. on making sexual fare in case your friends want to
The combination totally neipiess. decisions ana learning effective maie-ie- leave earlier or later than you.

of alcohol, peer "The number of date Date rapists don't male communication skills, she said. Don't give out your phone

pressure and iso- always use crude Posner said "a tremendous amount of number to an unknown man. Ask
lated upstairs areas rapes that occur almost means to soften up beneficial education is going on through for his.

is the key". Posner immediately after school their victims. Some- COAR"The group's training should be Learn a little bit about a man's
said."I don't want to times they use what
offered as a one-credit course Posner background before dating him,
sound like an abolitionist opens alarms me. Debbie calls "the said.
and meet him in a neutral place
but open is golden gift of
bars are a mistake." College somethingthese tongue." Debbie has taken advantage of the such as a restaurant or the library.

Posner suggests women are really She advises fresh- education COAR has provided. She is no Decide what your affection limitis

limiting party goersto looking forward to and men to watch out longer a naive freshman, and she is no before a date begins.
two drinks more for the sophis- longer willing to date a man she doesn't Be aware that a communicationgap
through the use of a then the trauma sends ticated, clean-cut know. often springs up on dates.
card punch system.As type of man be-
them right back home. Some men think women don't
logical as that cause, she says Now,she looks beyond the handsome "
suggestion sounds, Some do stick it out, but "You are not goingto exterior and smooth talk and tries to mean "no.

limits may be hardto it's not to do.Deborah let the jerks get" determine exactly who she is dealing Don't let an unknown man into
enforce. Un- easy near you anyway. with. your room and don't go into his
derclassmen drink- Burke Debbie says the until you feel comfortable with him.

ing always has UF Sexual Assault "smoothies"try to finagle She arms herself with information and At parties, don't isolate yourselfin
characterized cam- their way into statistics date like How-
spouts on rape upstairs and bedroom areas.
pus parties thrown Recovery Service therapistearly your room ,by asking ard Cosell does on sports..
lor or to 4 counseling or more
in the fall semester aspmn
according to UF police. use the bathroom. They try to get you ."Nobody is going to take advantage of information call COAR or SARSat
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page 1 basis, giving special attention to hardshipcases Marine Corps Reserve, 151,000 Naval Re-
elected officials, veterans and min- serve, 319,000 Army Reserve, 116,000 Air
wouldn't leave the country (to evade the isterial students. National Guard and 456,000 Army National

draft)." Besides finding manpower for the military Guard.
If the draft began today, the three UF the Selective Service administers the Another 461,000 service members create
men could be among the first inducted. Conscientious Objector program. the Individual Ready Reserve and Inactive
The Selective Service,which requires men
Objectors will perform national service National Guard. This group Is a
to register within 30 days of their 18th
that agrees with their moral, ethical or trained manpower pool of people who have
birthday, ranks 20-year-old() men as first
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noncombatant military specialty to a civilian duty.
each birthday after 21.
job. The selected and the individual reserves
"It's important to start somewhere, andit
activation which comprise the 1.6 million Ready Reserve.
is age 20," Richardson said. The 19and Despite the reserve
18-year-olds follow the 25 age group. began last month, one Jacksonville-area Comparing a possible draft to the one
Richardson said the crisis may have recruiter sees no reason for a draft. in the 1960s, UF professor Robert McM-
prompted some to immediately registerwith "There are too many volunteers," said ahon said college students today don't
Selective Service. Staff Sgt Joe Simpson. He said one area have the"knee-jerk patriotism"of the early

"We can't say for sure it's because of the recruiter, who normally enlists six peoplea Cold(> War era. McMahon teaches a Viet
Gulf," she said. "But two weeks after the month signed up 16 in August. nam and American Foreign policy course.

6r crisis, we had a 60 percent increase in UF draftees are not next in line for a "Students would be a good deal more
weekly averages." Saudi Arabian deployment after reserve skeptical of military service than the first
Through a lottery, Selective Service activation. In addition to 2.1 million service wave of draftees in the 1960s," he said.
would base a call-up on birthdays. Those members on active duty,the military could "But they have less of an anti-military bias
receiving draft notices would report to a consider 1.6 million reservists. today."

Military Entrance Processing Station for According to an August public affairs McMahon said the Bush administrationhas
an examination and possible induction. At memo from the 120th U.S. Army Reserve failed to outline the country's interestsin
the stations, an inductee would have an Command in Fort Jackson, S.C., there are the Middle East. A situation similar to
> opportunity to file a deferment or exemp 1.1 million Selected Reservists. This groupis Vietnam could develop, where no defined
tion. the drill-status members of the National national goal made the draft unpopular he
. Richardson said Selective Service will Guard and Reserve. said.



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Leigh Hoyt. KRUCZEKfrom "The deans are really the ones going," Kruczek said while lookingout
from page 9 One part of the investigationfell page 8 who make this institution tick," he the window of his office, which
through this week when Mississippi said. As a result, Kruczek said he is overlooks a usually crowded and
victims, Mitchell was a petite forensic scientist Michael inclined to give them more power noisy Southwest 13th Street.
brunette,a similarity Locke said West failed to turn up any money with computer imaging," he within their departments."For He said he won't( be easily dis-
may be coincidence."You evidence on the three murder said. "I want to simplify work with example, in the purchasing tracted by the noise because his
look at cases like this all scenes. the computer. By saving" time, we department, we may have five people UM office faced Fraternity Row
West, who save people resources. sign for approval when maybe
around the country, Locke said. came to
He is married and has a daughter,
three would do, he said.
"People are animals of habit." ville armed with a high-powered As the state legislature cuts funds 13, and two sons, 18 and 19, who
Investigators are tracking camera-like device, hoped to for education, Kruczek said he feelsit Reducing workloads and the demand attend Santa Fe Community Col
leads In 11 other states after the turn up the killer's fingerprints.He is UPs responsibility to reduce for resources are two challenges lege.
stabbing deaths of UF students flew home Thursday after costs and still ensure a high-quality that keep Kruczek busy, but
Sonja Larson, Christina P. Powell only finding what he believed to education for students. To do that, he said the students are the reason Kruczek said his devotion to
Tracy Paules, Manuel be victims' prints. UF should give college deans more he keeps working. higher education stems from a family
Taboada and Santa Fe Community United Press International contributed control in order to save money and "My hot button is the return of saying, one he said he believes
College student Christa to this report. time, he said. students to campus.It gets my blood in.


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1 FURNISHED I bdr. apt. 2 fans, walk-in closet $275. 2 $190 per mo. + 1/2 utl. Have dog closeto

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convenient; $230/mo., security 3730701 972.2 In Person:
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Jacuzzi sauna weight room huge pool Call 373 FIND Mon. Fri. 8 4 pm.
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1/6 utll. Own 517 SW 10 St.
' + room ac
locked mailbox, cable, nice $150-175 372-2101 or 3780197. 975.5 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more ****AIR CONDITIONER* ** *SALE *
also 1 bd ell. Close to campus, util paid brands are all at our New Location! Car 1 large, I small REASONABLE 3779615.
quiet 3763291. 9-12-11-2 Stereo Specialists 3218 NW 13 St. 372- 9-17-15-8 *Elec. Typewriters $49
Female ns needed to share 2br 2b apt call
3353764. 9-7-5-5 2070. 12-14-76-8 *Microwave $39
$100 off I 1st month's rent) Phoenix Apts. FUTON & FRAME *Elec Guitars $49
I 2bdr/1 ba $325/mo close to UF/Shands all
M/F/ roommate 'for own bdrm In large, DISCOUNT HI-FI From only $200set.Call *35mm Cameras $59
amenities, cent ac/ht pets ok. 378.I 802 AI! 373-3127. 9-17-15-6
-6 9181522br1.5ba 2bdr/2ba apt. In Rocky Pt. Apts. Grad orprof. 722 S. Main The Red Bldg. Gold Standard 377-2646
j student preferred. Call 335-9265
$220/mo + 1/2 utll.! 9-7-5-5 WE ARE CHEAPER DESKS (all sizes), Computer 'furniture 9-7-1-6
/ twnhs 3209 SW 26 Terrace.
Bookcases, File cabinets Chairs (all
I Clean, spacious, good condition, near UF, ROOMMATE MATCHING SERVICE 121..78.8CHEAP styles) ft more In stock at guarnateed low Puch moped Excellent condition. Low

Pets negotiable. $335/mo/ 377-6622 eves. OXFORD MANOR est prices. THE OFFICE MART 690 NE miles, Cover & u-lock Included.
9-7-3-2 RADAR 23 Ave. 373-7518. '8-19-17-6 $400/neg\ 378-2966 Anne. 9-12-4-6

live alone' ? Share Detectors a All Brands 375-4875
Why expenses, but .
Duplex Apt. For Rent: 9-24-20-8 BEDS BEDS BEDS Home Alarm System with remote and
NOT Large 3bdr/3ba town
1 BR. LR. Kit Bath ac/he'at house In- NEW FURNITURE USED code. Perfect. 'for Apartments. Very affordable

"' 3 Blocks from UF cluded. apartments.Come by today Washer/dryer! ***DESKS*** ((7)) $75 each .Lowest Discount Prices easily Installed. Call 373-1033
1 Block off Unlv Ave. Dumas Discount 'for more Info or demonstration. Leave
2777 SW ARCHER RD 3772777. 9- and 25 chairs $5 each.
$265 monthly Plus Security 24-15-5 *FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE* 1421 WE 8th Ave. 371-4422 message. 9-7-1-6

Call 338-1839 Call 372-3336 day 338-0004 after 7 pm.. 9-28-24-6

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Computer-Atari 520ST like new, mouse,
3.5 drive, monochrome, Incl software, ****AIR CONDITIONER*** Ed'a Warehouse Recycle 372.971S Wireless alarm systems for apt. or house, Video player$55, love..al $40,sturdy bar
manual Great lor word processing 12,000 BTUi that fill & cools Cory/DIa/ desks, bikes, ac, beds, stereos, tool, complete $349 5 yr warranty, panic but $45, new Jensen car stereo $40, 1971
$1250 obo Call 374-6542. 91258 mond Village Apartment under warranty appllampl. Save furniture,doors, speakers ton, 120 decibel alarm Call 372.0903 or Volvo rum great $2000. Call 3774622.
3779615 917156 tables,couch 428 NW 111 91056 371.3956.
''Brand new mattress from Burdines 7 REAL ESTATE
never bun slept ontwin( .ilz ). Was Computer-.IBM Compatible Must 1.1110 **** REFRIGERATOR ****
pay tuition I rent. 5.25 and 3.5 drivel and 12 cubic loot 2 door G.E. refrigerator
$200 tailing It lor $75. Call Michelle at ELITECOMPUTER GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair
monitor. "WOW" $1000 Call Bret 372- works well clean- shelves$160 delivered .
336.812103.8 ) Delinquent property. Repoaaeaalona -
1287. 9746 020 106Papaaana
377.9615 .
Your area ((1)) 605 667-6000
AIR CONDITIONER! 6,000 btu Frigidaire Ext. CH.9480 for current "po lilt._9-
wall unit. Work well 37411943.72.8 VW Camper poptop. 1977, 1800 cub. ,wicker rockers,wicker bdr fur
SYSTEMSSimply cm., 78,000 miles 2 double beds, link, mture, baskets & more at warehouse 1656 SW /16 Somerset Village 2bdr/1
Red Cruller Bike lor tale One year old, Ice box, new back tlrea $2300 obo. Must pncea Sale Frl 9.6& Sat 9.4 at Interstate 1/2 ba w/ loft, refurbished, I block from
the bait In .
Great condition! Bait Offer Call 376 quality, aelll 335.2321 or 473.4013 call now. 911.5.6 M nl.Storage 1 ml north ol Archer Rd McDonalds Shands $55,000, $5500 down, good
service and can
7299. 9.726ComputerIBMxt price 335.1300. on 40th Blvd. 9-13.5.t terms Call Jim or Betty 904.344.3701 or .
726.7096. .11.10.7 I
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control Hotpoint refrigerator/freezer' frost tree,
clone 20mb hard dr 5.25 Two CANNONDALE road bikes lor tale
any car truck or van lully guaranteed will l
22 cubic It., mint condition.
& 3.5 flops, amber monlt, color graph demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mei Only $385,was onlySyriold$890.462.0071 after 6pm Good condition, low mile*. 1 triathlon 8 MOTORCYCLES li
card,math copr,2 tar 1 par 81 game pOll age. 1019386 ready. Call 334-8842. 9-11.3-S i
DOS4.01, WPERFECT5, mouse opt or weekends. 91158Two 79 honda, water cooled snail driven, :
$1000 332-6492 alter 5, 81346 D.BASS-car itereo specialist Warehouse Green Screen monitors, Apple CANNONDALE SR 500 Shimano 105, $500. 336.8509 392.2584 ask (for Rusa
direct sales on all car audio equipment. Scott aero bars, Matrix Isoc rims, cliplesi
modem, Apple He, disk drive, 16
CANNONDALE lor tale Excellent condition Gainesville students 25%oil aaleiinitallations / shotgun, pool cue w/case Alk lor guage Steve $S00 call Bob 376-6141 Iv. message, 9. Classlfleds. .
very lightweight, many extras $525 13-5-S
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prints $100 ea. symptoms or continuous use of medications. Subjects will I
add 5S.00/ea. for handlingadd be required to take study medication on a daily basis and
56.DO/ea.for tax if delivered in FL record information daily on a diary card. There will be

foralligators O Framed limited weekly clinic visits ((1-3 hours) for 13 weeks, Monday. -

edition prints $230 ea. Fnday ,
add 57.SO/ea. for handlingadd
513SO/ea. for tax if delivered in FL Non-smoking 18-65 year olds,
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GPZ750 turbo 1984. Excellent Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Farms. Quality horse boarding INTELLIGENCE JOBS A Plus Notts-Are you an 'A' Student, do
condlition. Very very fast and depend ETC. on 50 acre*. Riding ring trail, Individual you take excellent notes, would you like
Rings Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine FBI. CIA US Customs DEA etc. Now
able. Call 335-8750. II no answer please Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10 turnout concrete block barn. 8 mile west Hiring. Call ((1)805) 687-6000 Ext. K. to earn while you 'learn If 10 then call
leave menage 9-7-7-8 Oak Mall. Stall, pasture, or full board. 9486. 9-21-19-13 3716954. We are looking for students
472-4313. 9-24-13-11 the following classes: ACG 2001 ACG
1985 Yamaha RZ350. Exc cond & extra 11 SERVICESNW APB 2150. APB 2151
********************** 2302, 3000.
parts. Toomey exhaust/have original.One PROTECT YOURSELFI! INSTANT BUR AMH 2010 AMH 2020, ANT 2301 ANT
of a Kind 2-stroke! $1800neg Ray 335- Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave GLAR ALARM: Hang on any doorknob, 2402, ANT 3141, ANT 3410, ANT 3511 I
9312/332-9268. g.1 2.9.8 near Oaks Mall area, 5. 5 to 10 x 20 from set, ft anyone trying to open door sets off ARC 1211 ARC 1701 ARC 2201 ARH
$20, 10% disc to atudents. 332-8917. 12- loud siren-like noise. Regular $27.50; 7===* O'Connell Center *==* 2002, ARH 1002, AST 2037,
1988 HONDA MAGNA 750cc LIKE NEW 14.78-11 Now $19.95. FLASHLIGHT ALARM: Fits BSC 2010, og'2 t CCJ 2202, CCJ
LOW MILES $3295.00 CALL 3724160. easily Into pocket or purse; wrist strap for Now Hiring ,.1.1.i iAConcerteAQator 3024 CCJ 4204 CHM 1020, CHM 2040, .

9-7-5-8 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? easy use; one end is flashlight for walking CHM 2041 CHM 2045, CHM 2046, CLT
Get confidential testing and treatment at In dark other end has loud siren to call Growl Sports* 3370, COM 1000. ECO 2013 ECO 2023
Honda Nighthawk 18K miles, Super con PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 12- for help. Reg. 7.50; Now $10.95. Add Applications being' taken by Event and ECO 3100, ECO 3202. ECO 4101 EUH
I dition $1100' must .... Call Kurt 335- 14-76-11 $2.00 I & h. Send order w/ck or m/o/ to Technical Servlcee. To gain valuable experience 2002 FIN 3408, FOS 2001 GEO 2200
2341, alter' 12pm before' Bam. 9-10-5-8 Current Marketing 5726 Cortez Rd. W., at a job with flexible hour, apply GEO 2201 GEO 2420 GEO 2500, GLY
Ste. 111.Bradenton.FL.I 34210. Orders TODAY! at Room 1302 of the O'Connell HUM HUN
1000. HIS 2463. 2210 2201
1982 Honda Nighthawk 550. w/in 24 hours of receipt. 9-12-5- Center. ISM 3011. JOU 3100 MAC 1142. MAN
Exc. condition runs great. $750. Call 372- Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- shipped A********************* 3021 MAR 3023 MET 1010 MGF 1202.

8717 'leave message 9-7-3 Item/Hse/ Full. Days/Eves. Long die. 9-7-7-13 MMC 2100 MMC 4200 OCE 2005, PET
I Lie/Ins. Harry/BIII374-47111. 12-14-76-11 Self Defense Classes. Open to all. PSB
Honda Spree 1985 runs great electric Begin Sept. 17. 30-7.30 ..................S.S........". 3320, PET 3350 PHI 2100 3004
Monday : : pm. PSY 2013 PUR 3000, PUR 3101. OMB
start, helmet Included $250, call 335-3852 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 8 wk*. No Charge. Gainesville School of Need HELP for Booming Business 3205. OMB 3600, REL 2130. REL 2500,
leave message 91138AUTOS boarding woodser facilities Karate. 1215 NW 5th Ave. 9-12-4-11 Excellent Pay 'In 4-10 hrs/wsek REL 2604 RTV 2100, RTV 3000 RTV
hay rides parties tales working Call 375-4875.
3401, SOP 2513. SOP 3004. SPA 2024.
9 students accepted. 466-3224 3758080. Experienced, amateur exercise riders. STA SYG 2000 SYG 2430, SYG
12-14-76-11 Earn extra cash: Driver needed M-F to ft 3023.
Expenses, call for Information 472-3777.
3010 and WIS 2040. 9-12-12-13
9201011Experienced from Citrus County area Compensation ,
1983 Pontiac Grand Prix Brougham. negotiable. Call Angela 16376049. 9-
Power everything Incl. moon roof. Exc. horse trainer, show .. 12.10.13_
In GainesvilleOcala area.
condition 3000. 3781253. 9-10-10-9 Professional Moving/Packing ft Supplies. ence. Arab horses, for information 472-
1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst. 3777. 9-20-10-11 Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate Licensed by U of FL. Call

I 1980 FORD F-150 PICKUP EXCELLENT Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375- In new drug study for treatment of ART. Art Graphic. Inc. ((305)) 948-2001.
CONDITION. $2395/Be t Offer Call 371- MOVE. 12-14-76-11 athlete' tool. Call 3315379. 9-26-20- 9-11-10-13

1073. 9-14-13-9 TYPING
HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm & Art, art *d, graphic, etc, for part-time job Read book at homel
1989 NISSAN PULSAR burgundy/grey 5- Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care & 12 SERVICES close to campus 8-10 hrs per wk. 4.00 1100/Tltlel Guaranteed!

speed, air, am/lm brand new condition, facilities. 15 min from UFI Jan 3767762. I per hr to start. No experience req. Applyto Free 24-hour recording:
9-14-14-11 P.O. Box 286, Gainesville 32602. 9- ((415)289-0691.) 9-18-15-13
under warranty. Call 338-4055 between Typing reports business legal *
Sam and 4:15: pm. 9-14-13-9 resume cassettes transcribed applications
AAA STORAGE letters notary *etc. Available
.TOYOTA SUPRA1984Auto.LoadedGood** Close to UF, Convenient 24 hours/7 days/372-2777./ 12-14-76-12 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE-
condl- 4x4x4 115mo4x6x8 / .

tlon/4.g50fPh.377-11818. 9-13-10-9 $25/mo MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full & Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe
533 SW 2nd Ave.
377-1771 self service
12-14-76-11 computing. Typing starts & ACROSS 6 Actress 33 Measured 51 Island In the
1981 TOYOTA STARLET Good running
1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service resumes
condition, new tires & shocks $1000. Call $2.50/hr/ A .15/page. Laser typeset 1 Take on cargo Dunne amount W Pacific
375-0373 after 8 pm. 9-8-5 HOUSEHOLD PESTS? Roaches, fleas graphics A spell check A theses A 5 Storage holder and namesakes 34 Der -:. 52 Open patiosfor
ants, etc. Special price for students papers A special' characters A employment grain 7 Conducted Adenauer 53 Drains thestrength
ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW through September. Advanced Pest Con databases A mailmerge A training. 9 Singer Petula 8 Goddess ofabundance 38 Workers' co-op

RATES, low payments, fast drive- trol. 372.2650 9-10-10-11 WordPerfect apeciahst. Visa/MC. 12-14- '14 To be. In Paris In the USSR 54 dleu:
thru service, habla 377-2277
se Espanol 76-12 15 Kind of school 9 In -: 39 Bert of stage kneeling bench
377-CARS. We care. 9-17-10-9 FREE*
for short prosperous and screen 55 What to do
Pregnancy Test Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable
79 Ford LTD 4door. runs good, needs Gainesville Women's service. Reasonable rates. Laser 16 Vampire 10 Rural road 43 "The Addams between the

body work, $600. Call 3735653. 9-7-3-9 HEALTH CENTER printer. 377.8175 1111I.00pm. 12-14-76- 17 Rakes' places 11 Arabian Family" star lines

'' 720 NW 23rd Avenue 12 19 Popular soup prince: 45 Isaac, Wayne 56 Eleanor
CAN YOU BUY A CAR THAT RUNS FOR 377.5055ABORTION 20 Sparkle Var. or fig Roosevelt

$500? Yes you canl needs work, but It ((To 24 Wks) ...RESUMES**) 21 Disinclined 12 The Grande 46 Measures In 58 A card game
runsll Call 378-1376' Iv; 9-10-4-9
mesg. BIRTH CONTROL Complete writing & development services. 22 River In and Ebro Monaco for threeRomania

I have to sell my baby. She's a 1981 Fiat 12.14-75.11 Gynecology Services Resume House 371-8148. 12147612TyplngWordprocessing. 13 Role for 47 Heavy spar 60 Resort InBelgium

2000 Conv. In very good shape. She'll go 23 Miner's find OrsonWelles 50 Noted American

to a good home for $3195. Leave m.ss. ***R ft R Pickup & Delivery professional WordPerfect 24 Commune In lawyer 61 Family memberthe
5.1, quality work, fast results, low rate,
at 378 6968. 8-10-4-9 shippers over 40 yrs. The neighborhoodcourier Netherlands 18 Weather word
dependable, personal tervlce. Tara 332-
G'vllle's been looking for! 3763391 1469. 12-14-76-12 25 Where ramblers 21 Bring Intoharmony ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
72 VW Super Beetle 20k on engine a lot ****** bloom finnn.nnmnn nmnnnnnn
of new parts needs paint to be perfect.
9252011COLLEGE Typing A Typsettmg AA Resume 31 Respectful 24 Selves 0' R
$1450 obo. Needs to sell 375-6601 alter' A S IE A .10 NT if N A
5pm on weekdays anytime on wknds for ( MONEY. Private scholarships From $1.50 pg 917 NW 13 SI.WCS. address 26 Root or Yale II TAR N A C R IE s is
Inc. 373-9822 35 Cut 27-lnthe
Into. 9-10-3-9 away
I ). College Scholarship Locators pob 12-14-78-12 PARDON.ENER ATE
1881 Joplin MO 64802-1881. 800,879- 36 S-shaped dumps
I runnci. .
1981 HONDA HB 7485. 12-14-75-11 molding 28 Mild oath
Good Cond., AM/FM Cassette, TYPING Experienced Fast Accurate, 37 Matinee 29 Goose of T URN 0 V R .1 A N E

$1200 335.8253 Leave Message Hunter Showbarn now accepting ttudents-. Spellchecked. Light Editing, $1.25 a page 38 Tilting Hawaii 0 N IE. REM I NO. A R
378.2294 after. .
6 or leave
9-11-4-9 Past UF equestrian coach. Boarding 9-10-10-12 pm message. 40 Have a 30 Parts of a A C RES. POI .Is E A Acraving

I Custom Van-to trade even for small working 472.3142 students 10-9-30-11 accepted. Farrell Farms for Becker game nnnm I rannnnn. nnn I

hatchback auto wac.. Full carpet, stereo" Typing.Las.r Typesetting 41 Thomas, thecartoonist 31 Chinese TEN Akl RES II IE NeE S

capn't chairs' etc. 1979 Vandura call Horseback Riding Lessons beginners resume e report letter a etc. dynasty: nnnn l nnnn.. .
376-8482. 0-7-2-9 basic seat A Intro 376-5485 3500 W. Univ. Ave. 42 Stadium sound 1368-1644
horsemanship. to jump
I Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 43 Home of the 32 Hebrew
ing dressage or western seats. Equestrian -
Nissan Stanza 82 Auto A/C. 4D. HB, Center 376-7762 Jan. 9-7-8-11 llama, month
cruise control, JVC stereo 83,000 miles, 13 HELP WANTEDAVON 44 Gardeners' man nnnnn. 0 LIE I S
excellent condition $1750 373-7641 CONCEALED WEAPON/FIREARMS assets nnnn TErS.WEINIT
Susan. 9-13-5-9 PERMIT COURSE Comprehensivecourse
375-8967 48 Poetic 9/7/90/ /
by certified police Instructor. Addresses
v Renault Fuego 1982-50K very good cond safety' laws, avoidance tech Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. contraction
well kept have records. Great stereo a/c, niques. To apply for a permit you must be Benefit Insurance. 12-14-76-13 49 Dine
pwr steering, w/br $'8500bo 3322199. certified. Centralink Security Inc. Office INTELLIGENCE 50 Fluffy neckpiece
9-11-4-9 1.673.0509 53 Spread out, 14
paging 1-800-226- Custom, DEA etc. Now Hiring. Call
I 1987 DODGE CHARGER black, 5-spd, 3477, pagr number 2915041. 9-7-5-11 ((1)605-687-6000) ext. K-9486. 9-21-19- In a way 11
57 Cut Into three
a/c, am/fm, 68000 miles. Excellent condi-
tlon. 3800. 3788574. 9-12-5-9 *TOTAL SECURITY* 59 "- we devils?"

Scout system for apartments: mini REPOSSESSED VA fe HUD HOMES 60 Watering

1973 T-BIRD and 1976 CORVETTE. BothIn door/window alarms: home systems. avail' Available from government from $1 t system
excellent condition. Call 3782918. 0- able. 335-0100 9-8-5-11 without credit check. You repair. Also tax 62 Watts'

10-3-9 delinquent foreclosures. Call ((805)) Instrument
BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION) CS Ext. for list in 63 Frost
662-7555 H2004
Pontiac Bonnevllle 4 door ; repo e.g.
1984 good con-
Military tear gas ft personal protectionInfo. MJai -1 1 A-I
nation $2650 low mileage call after' Sam Keychain unit or home canister your area. -
I b'or.llpm' 8-13-5-9 7.115 each $2.50 shipping (checks ok, mom 65 Kind of car
Viaa/MC/ phone orders) Sent Immediately! 66 Part of a church
1100 $$ negot. For Sale' amc concord 83 Sallle Cain Action Seminars, 6141 375-6462 67' One of the
running well a/c/ fm radio hour doors call Parkforest Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call TumorsDOWN
Raja 392-1591 after Sport call 3787968. 504-751-0495

STUN GUNS 1 Release
.,FORD ESCORT 87. white, tinted windows
r 1-800-666-696624 hours FAST
$40 SERVICE 2 Type of coral
am/fm/tape, control 9-7-3-11
power/tilt steering. Great condition Island
$3800 Obo. Call 378-5017. 9-12-4-9 3 Legal right

1985 Mazda Rx7 GSL-SE 5 speed 57000 .Gas Dispensing Flashlight 5 Preceder of

ml. loaded air sunroof pwr window, lie- sprays capsicum gas, disable and meter LH
r.o. sport, wheels, mint condition.,, mark attacker w/dye for police. I
7500. Nag 378-1364. 9-12-4-9 Dual Use Flashlight alms Ga 14.

Look harmless A fits In pocket IMP) U s Aatelti i sin Syndicate 9/7/90/ /
Send$18toQSI 1021 2nd St.
V-1983 PONTIAC FIREBIRD. White with
black Interior. Good condition. $1500. Covington, IN 47932-1004 ?
Stumped CaI,1..2124EIL.
332-5593 9-7-1-8 9-17-8-11 95C/mioote.1.


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Puma copy machine attendant morn-
lng./ome wkndi flex 20.30 hrs/wk Director: Experienced person to Vuarnet/Carrra/Ry-Ban/Gator./ Great ft books zapped your budget, but YOUR DESTINATIONFOR
Danki Ind 392-0329. 910513HOUSEKEEPERNANNY direct two musical production during the prlces-reg or rx sunglas***. The Optical you still need shoes? EZ Tennis can AN INSPIRATIONAL
90-91 season at Ocala Civic Theatre! Laboratory 378-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 help. Great products, price 365 day a MESSAGE DIAL 3783359.
pi/It, mature Must be accomplished keyboard accom block from Ala Gen 12-14-76-15 year. 9-7-8-15 9-7-3-15
own transportation fluent English torn panist. Would Include auditions, rehearsal
night & weekends. Top alary. Interview ft performance. Teaching proficiency Natural Food and Vitamin SKYDIVE
ft references. 3770558. 0-14-9-13 1 organizational skills highly desirable Birkenstock Sandals. Skydive with The Williiton Skydiver 338- MARDI GRAS
Must work well w/ volunteer Salary Sunflower Health Foods 7970. 12-14-73-15 Party with 2200 other Gatorsl Tour Includes
Florida Book Store has positions open In $2500 per production. Send letter resume 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 : R/T bus, 2 night Marriott French
the Gatorwear Department. If you are energetic & 3 reference' to: Search Committee 12-14-76-15 The Reltz Union Barber and Style Shop Quarter, taxes. $219. Less than 780
mature, and a good student, we Ocala' Civic Theatre 220 SW 15 will be open Mon.-Thur. 8-7 Fri. 8-5 and spaces left.PLEASURE.
may hive just the opportunity lor you. Street Ocala FL,32871 by Sept. 13,1990. PREGNANT? Don't guess Get Immediate Sat. 9-2 for the Fall semester, Stop by or
Apply at 1614 W. University Ava. 0-11.613 9-7-2-13 tilt results from a reliable source call 392-1610 for an appointment with one
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 12- of our eleven super hair stylists or one of ISLANDParty
Aerobic instructor needed) Recreational' 14.78.15 our New NAIL TECHS. 9-9-8-15 bus! Join 460 Gatori at Pleasure
SOCCER COACHES and GYMNASTICS sports I II hiring aerobic instructor lor the Island Sept. 14. Trip Include: R/T but,
INSTRUCTOR wanted for YMCA. Call the fall temester. Applications available In NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? *TEARGAS admission tax. $29/p/ rsonl Breakaway
room 214 FIG. interested, please attend Get special student discount Tours 3776369.
YMCA for more Into 3767172. 0-7-4-13 on exams Protection anytime, anywhere. 2 sizes:
meeting Sept at Spm 206 FIG. 9-7-2-13 and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. Pocket/purse 12.00. Home/auto 1500.
Part-time female ft male students to rep HOOD. 377-0881. 12-14-76-15 Send c..h. check, money order to: AIKIDOI Learn to defend sell using
ft sell electronic protection devices (stun Campus rep needed to post flyers on T.E.W. Ent. RT4 Box 220 Alachua, Fl. opponent's lorce. Free classes startingnow.
gum). Demo unit mUll be purchased Call campus. Make up to $1000 per semester. Permanent Hair RemovalCall 32615. 9-7-5-15 6-8 Tu, Th. Fri. Women' Gym. 378-
303-444-9319 collect. Ask for Mr. Archer. Call ((813))837.3003 leave message. 0- Katie at Omega Electrolysis Inc. for 8917. 9-12-5-15_
9-7-4-13 12.5.13 Info about the PERMANENT removal of MACE IN STOCKBraaington's
unwanted facial ft body hair. 374-4307. Trail Shop 2331 NW 13 Pyshic nationally known
Live In Manhattan! Excellent salary now Sorority House looking for busboyi. Call 12-14-76-15 Street 9-7-5-15 Medium 44 yri, Radio + TV, taped.
through June. Teach life ikllla ft convene housemother .373-1823.. 9-7-2-13 By App. only. Call 336.8154. '
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IMPROVEMENTfrom Seating for 400 spectators, which will
page 20 be used mostly for recruits,were installed Volleyball team plays tonightComing
behind the' south end zone.
Foley estimates the temperature on the off its second straight loss,the UF Legall's status.
And in the spirit of decorum, a row of
field should drop five to 10 degrees. shrubs has been planted along the back volleyball team returns to Gainesville with "We don't have any official medical report
Other aspects of the stadium have been of the south endzone. two: chances to break into the win column yet," McReavy said. "She had sprained the
renovated as well to raise the cost of the this weekend. same ankle before, and with a repeat injury
project to $600,000.Dugouts The field has received a few test runs The Gators will meet Memphis State tosometimes it's not so serious."
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circled the wagons. The steaks are on the

grill. And some guy named Cody is playing "Home on ry

othe Range" on his banjo.

You guessed it. The Oklahoma State Cowboys have

(Insert rolling tumbleweeds here.)
For those of you too enthralled with your Northern

European Folk Dancing class to realize it, Saturday is
UFs first football game this season. Field readyfor

KICKOFF- Saturday, 4 p.m.

SITE Florida Field unveilingBy


Alligator Writer
COACHES UF: Steve Spurrier ((0-0 season, w
20-13-1 career). OSU: Pat Jones ((1-0 season, Football players and fans at UF have A H
48.22 career). amassed some fond memories since the play-
ing surface at Florida Field was changed from
grass to artificial turf in 1971.
The Picks: Tailback Errict Rhett remembers dislocat-

Oklahoma State invokes visions of Willie Nelson ing his left elbow in practice last season after

belching out his classic "Mamas, Don't Let Your getting tackled on the hard turf. Spectatorsin
Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys." the first 15 rows of seats surely rememberthe
sweltering heat as sunlight was reflected
v And who better than Willie "I've been wearing the
from the turf into the stands. Those on the
headband since 1976" Nelson to be
same our guest
field had to with temperatures that often
picker here in the Alligator-brand Picks Column
topped 120 degrees.But .
Willie wasn't available and his secretary Lisa Reiss beginning Saturday with the Gators'
said the only thing she knew about UF was that"they'rein season-opener against Oklahoma State none
trouble all the time." of those problems will be repeated. The play-

So we turned our search to Gainesville where we ing surface has been switched back to grassat

found a... Wilhelmina Nelson. Wilhelmina, who must the request of new UF coach Steve Spurrier.
be part psychic because when she found out we workedfor The grass field is the safest surface to playon
,"Spurrier said."It's more comfortable,and a N
the Alligator she concluded that we must want her t ey
to be quoted in the newspaper.Go the heat factor is not nearly as severe. We
needed to return to it because it causes fewer

figure. injuries. As coaches, it's our job to insure our

Anyway Wilhelmina says UF is going to stampedethe players' safety."

Cowboys."I've The artificial turf which started being re- .
moved last January has been replaced by %
got a good feeling about this one. By the way w
feet the
89,000 Bermuda-Tifway 419
is the game on television? ADRIAN DENNIS
same type of grass used on golf courses. Top: Between the shrubs? Bushes are Florida Field's
As for the rest of the Alligator prestigious panel of Florida associate athletic director JeremySee newest addition. Right: Ted Burke fills in 'Gators' in the
pigskin prognosticators, UF was the team of choice.
Improvement, page 19 south end zone. Burke said the entire process takes
Sports Editor/"Bonanza" rerun watcher Ron "I about six hours.

thought the 'Who shot J.R?' episode of Dallas was a -

"true Western" Kaspriske likes UF's chances.Of UF won't overlook Oklahoma St.

course Ron is taking some classes with UF I
football players and values his academic life.

Assistant Sports Editor/former Oklahoma resident Spurrier to coach his first game at UF against tough opponentBy

Tumbleweeds-R-Us" also UF. But
Gregg Doyel picked
years compiled a 4-7 record last season coaches), but other times we have to
speculation has it that he wasn't sure who the Gators SHARON GINN
Spurrier still regards them as a remember that these players are new
were playing so UF was the safe bet. Alligator Writer "
"competent opponent" one of many at this.

Sports writer Sharon "Yes I'll be in at least one Steve Spurrier will make his debutas tough teams that make up the Gators' Spurrier decided two weeks ago that

locker room after the game Saturday" Ginn followed head coach. schedule which is ranked behind Matthews, a sophomore who has
her football mentor Gregg Doyel in picking the Gators. Notre Dame's the second-hardest in
Grass has grown on Florida Field. as played only two downs for the Gators,
Alex "Some of those guys out there would make UF President John Lombardi! will the nation. will start as UFs quarterback and ju-
good wrestlers" Marvez will make adjustments in his hold a moment of silence in memory of "Oklahoma State is a fine team" nior Kyle Morris will be his backup.
schedule to write his weekly pro wrestling column and the five students murdered last week. Spurrier said. "You don't realize how Both will see a good deal of playing
cover the football game. Former fifth-string quarterbackShane good they are until you start reading time Saturday.But .
these fine statistics about them."
Token picker Dan fun ofus" Matthews will start for the first
newsroom "Stop making
time. Before last year's disappointing re Spurrier said since it's taking the
Evans also likes UF.DdpftHilMNtvEnglind .
And UF's defense-will take the fieldto cord OSU head coach Pat Jones led quarterbacks and the rest of the offensea
the to two 10-2 while to get used to the system, the
Cana RK GD SG AM DE WN the tune "Wild Thing." Cowboys straight sea
V.nd.rblll M SMU VU VU VU 511 VU VU sons. Gators may have to depend on junior
He Sole M Go TlCh GT GT GT NC GT NC In short, a lot will be going when UF
Oklahoma. at.UCLA UC OK OK UC OK OK Spurrier said the Cowboys will be fullback Dexter McNabb and junior
faces the Oklahoma State Cowboys ((1-
TIII"11" II'L SL TN TN TN TN TN TN tailback Willie McClendon for yardage.
Miami M"ham Young 1M III lit III lit MIKentucky 0)) for the first time at 4 p.m. good test for the Gators' new pass-ori-
GIorgIO.1 LSU LS GA GA GA GA GA But not so much that the Gators will ented style of offense where the quar-. "Our style will hopefully be wide-
.... Detroit DE DE BU DE DE BU
terback Is the main focus. "
overlook OSU.Although Spurrier said. "Whether not
4 III 1M III 1M III lit open,
OSU.I UF-RK UF 17.7' GO: UF 33.14 SG UF 21.10 AM. UF the Cowboys, placed on "It is a new system" Spurrier said. we're ready to be wide-open we don't
247 DE:UFZ7J WN:UF3SO NCAA probation in 1989 for three "It is at times a little frustrating (for the know. Hopefully we can mix it up."