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Search still on for killer ''I

Early link between Humphrey, slaying falls through :

her home and forced her to take oil her clothes
said Indian River County Sheriffs spokeswoman
Alligator Staff Writer
Theresa Woodson.The .
As the orange and blue fever inspired by the 1988 report describes the attacker as a
Gators' home opener took over town, questionsstill man aged 24 to 27 with a mustache. Humphrey
surrounded the man being tagged a top who was 16 at the time, still has little facial hair.
possible suspect in the Gainesville murders. The newspaper picture the woman used to identify
Although police say Edward Lewis Hum- her attacker shows Humphrey as an over /
phrey, 18, is only one of eight top possible weight man scarred from a car accident that
suspects, he has gained notoriety across the occurred after the 1988 assault.On .
state for a string of unrelated crimes.On Sept. 6, UF police charged Humphrey withan
y Aug. 28, Humphrey's mother called the Aug.' 24 attack on two students. Accordingto
Brevard County Sheriffs Office to report he had a report filed Sept. 4, Humphrey threatenedRob
beaten his 79-year-old grandmother, Elna Litvak and Greg Herskowitz with a knife at
9 Hlavaty,in her Indialantic home. Humphrey was the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity house.
arrested Aug. 29, and a judge set his bail at $1 Five of the report's six pages have been sealed
affs M million, citing Humphrey's "dangerous" behavior by court order to protect the Gainesville murder
and the cruelty of assaulting an elderly investigation, UF police spokeswoman Angie
person.At Tipton said.Herskowitz.
a Sept. 6 hearing, Hlavaty asked that and Litvak waited 11 days to tell
charges against Humphrey be dropped, but UF police about the incident, but Tipton said
Brevard County Circuit Judge Martin Budnick she doesn't think the delay is unusual.
refused her request and did not reduce the bail "It's not uncommon for crimes to be reported
amount. days after the fact," Tipton said. She said stu-
Although Humphrey has not been charged in dents often don't know who to go to after a crimeor

4 g ,D DP9 the murders, State Attorney Norm Wolfingersaid how to report it.Investigators .
6e the unusually high bail was set because he are calling a search of
is a possible suspect for those killings.On Humphrey's Gainesville apartment and home
Sept 4, the Indian River County Sheriffs and car in Brevard County last Thursday a
lbi ba success, said Gainesville police spokeswomanLt.
Office charged Humphrey in a 1988 attempted
sexual assault and armed burglary. A woman Sadie Darnell.see.

said she saw Humphrey's picture in a newspaperand Police page 8
Wf identified; him as the man who broke into ------------

xy 3 consider running for


student body presidentBy

CARRIE SEGAL any specific platform goals] in students of this universityknow
Alligator Writer mind yet, Grapski said goals that Student Govern-
aren't going to be the thrust of ment is for them."
Five months before studentsgo his possible candidacy. Levine, who made an unsuccessful
to the polls to choose the "Some things are more im- bid for president in
next student body president, portant than setting specific 1988, said he must first focuson
three possible candidates al- guidelines," he said. "The over- his schoolwork before he
ready have shown interest in all philosophy of how government makes a decision about run-
v the top job.Former should be run on this ning.
Student Sen. Charlie campus is more important."I "It's possible, but right now
Grapski said he will "most think the (UF) administration my No.1 1 concern is to do well
likely" run for the position, is strangling the Greeks. in school," Levine said. "I 1 don't
while Student Body Vice Pres- But that's one symptom of a believe that student body pres-
ident Kevin Mayeux and for much larger disease. That dis- ident is a fly-by-night job. I
mer Student Body Treasurer ease is the fact that college want to think about it."
Alan Levine said they may announce administrations all over the Grapski also is thinking
? their candidacies country are treating college about it. He said one of his
closer to the February election students like children." longtime ambitions is to make

date. Grapski stressed that stu- UF a "true representativebody"
4 Grapski said many people dents should be the top priorityat and to keep SG from
have asked him to run and he's UF and a student body president being an extension of the UF
been thinking about it for a should fight to keep it administration. He said some
long time."I that way. UF officials feel that SG shouldbe
an arm of the administration
see a lot of problems andI Although they have shown
but he wants that
I see a lot of potential and I interest in the job, neither Mayeux changed."A .
don't think either of those are nor Levine would give specifics "
lot needs to be changed,
'.S' SULLIVAN being properly approached," about their possible
said. "Student Government
Painting the town Grapski said. "The' things that candidacies."I'm Grapski
has to start being more
Jim' Evangelist works into the night Friday on his latest project students need to be aware" ofaren't considering running for responsible to the studentsee
"Manatee, Mother and Child." being addressed. student body president," Mayeux
Although he doesn't have said. "I want to make sure Elections, page 9

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I UF increasing number of AIDS support groups ;1

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By DEBBIE CENZIPER tration, he said. to ignore students with AIDS to avoid neg- and an escape from isolation, he said.
Alligator Staff Writer "The student body is a population that ative publicity. And because UF is locatedin "One of the biggest things the support
needs to be concerned about these types of a conservative state, administrators try to groups does is make you realize you're not ;
On a campus where the installation of issues," Keroack said. avoid the stigma attached to the virus, he alone," Fertig said. t
condom machines provoked a two-year UF first responded to AIDS issues in 1986 said. When people are first diagnosed with the 1
struggle,AIDS issues now have been placed when it established an AIDS committee, "The University kind of has this institu- AIDS virus, Fertig said, it is a terrifying and
center stage with the creation of support later called the AIDS and HIV Positive Task tional silence about anything that deals with often angering experience, complete with ti
groups for students who test HIV positiveand Force. That same year UF began AIDS ed- AIDS at all," Bosarge said. "Ignorance fear of the unknown.But 1
their loved ones. ucational programs, free condom distribu- breeds fear, and fear breeds God knows a support group offers strength in
The groups formed under the supervisionof tion and volunteer peer education.But what." numbers, and having a positive mental atti-
the Infirmary's Mental Health Depart- controversy began when AIDS Task But now, with the creation of the groups, tude bolsters the healing process as well as
ment, following a UF Task Force recommen- Force members recommended the installation UF is beginning to recognize student needs, the immune system, he said.
dation and the ever-increasing student of condom machines on campus in 1987. he said. Elizabeth Connor, North Central Florida
demand for campus support. UF administrators charged that the idea Robert Fertig, a founder of the local AIDS AIDS Network executive director, said the r
Roger Keroack, Mental Health Department would promote promiscuity and vetoed the Coalition to Unleash Power, said society Gainesville organization offers many differ-
acting chief, said it's crucial for stu- plan. The task force again suggested the ignores AIDS issues. ACT UP was createdto ent support groups, including one exclu-
.-dents to'relate to other students who are machines a year later, but administratorsshot educate the public about the epidemic, sively for women with HIV+ and another
dealing with similar feelings. Testing posi- it down a second time. which many institutions tend to avoid doing, only for the organization's volunteers. The
tive with the AIDS virus often can be "dev- Finally last year, after the third task force he said. NCFAN works as a liaison with the UF Task
astating" and stressful, he said. recommendation, then UF Interim President Fertig, who was diagnosed with the HIV Force, Conner said.
The weekly meetings of the confidential Robert Bryan approved the installationof virus in December, said a support group For AIDS information, students can call 1
"HIV+ support group" and the biweekly 25 condom machines on campus. provides a forum for people who want to NCFAN at 372-4370, the Florida AIDS hotline -
gatherings of"UF Students Who Care" provide Gay and Lesbian Student Union President work out problems with people in similar at 1-800-FLA-AIDS,ACT UP at 377-1060
a place where students can vent frus- Robert Bosarge said UF consistently prefers circumstances. Groups offer companionship or the Cay Switchboard at 332-2364.

Lab rewiresallinone


ID i

Alligator Writer

Leave your driver license and library card at home if
you want to use the Center for Instructional Research
Computing Activities' computers.

Starting today, the UF computer labs will require the
new all-in-one photo ID cards, a CIRCA supervisor said.

Although students aren't required to have the cards
until next semester CIRCA is requiring them now, said
Elizabeth Williams,. CIRCA senior computer operations
Students can't use the computer labs until they have
bought the$5 card,which has the student's name, picture,
a bar code on the front and a magnetic bar on the back, W"P,
CIRCA's Microlab Operations Supervisor Richard Kelley
"Students without it will be directed to get an allinoneID

," he said.Throughout. "'AT" .tt. WATCDS ALIIGATAU
the semester, the cards will be available Early time out nnm. +
from 9 am. to 2:30: p.m. Monday-Friday at a trailer beside I UF alumnus Stan Davis relaxes Saturday before the UF-Oklahoma State football game. I I
the Hub, and from 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. Monday-Friday on
the Reitz Union's second floor, ID coordinator Lyn White, 1 m

said.Students can also get cards at a special booth at Career UF task force to review proposals I

Expo, Sept. 14 at the O'Connell Center, White said. .J.. ..LBeginning

The labs are requiring the ID cards early because they number mirroring black and Hispanic Sept. 29, student groups
are a more efficient way to verify that students are regis By populations, creating a campuswide such as Student Government Inter-
tered at UF and have authorization to use the labs. CIRCA Alligator Staff Writer system to monitor complaints of racial Residence Hall Association and the
oversees 520 computers that are available to UF students, Improving black and Hispanic stu- harassment and sponsoring a campus Reitz Union Program Council will host
staff and faculty on campus, Williams said. dent life requires more than a UF task event celebrating cultural diversity. film screenings, music presentationsand
With the new cards, CIRCA will be sure of who is using force discussing problems, a UF educa- Although the task force drafted the guest speakers such as Coretta
the facilities, she said. The old method, verification witha tion professor said true equality will recommendations together, UF Provost Scott King, Scott said.
picture ID and a library card, confused CIRCA operatorswho come only after hard work from the Andrew Sorensen, who will attend
couldn't tell if students had paid their fees or If they entire University."It today's 9 a.m. meeting in the Reitz Hiring more black and Hispanic faculty -
were still enrolled at UF Williams said. really requires a commitment from Union Auditorium along with Lombardi, members is a recommendationwhich
.Although Williams said the new requirement will speedup the University in general, not some- said he wanted to make sure the recom- concerns others outside the task
service, students in the Computer Science and Engi- thing (UF President John Lombardi) or mendations reflected a majority's ideas."I force, Sorensen said.
neering Building's lab Sunday had mixed feelings. about anyone in particular can do," said edu- want people to discuss this," "I,have yet to talk to anybody that
it cation professor Gerardo Gonzalez, co- Sorensen said. "I want to make sure doesn't agree there is a problem,"
Miriam Marmontel, a graduate student in wildlife, said chairman of UPs Quality of Life Task there's a reasonable consensus on the Sorensen said.
but said it wouldn't bea Force. recommendations." But Sorensen said UF schools suchas
she hadn't gotten an ID card yet, ,
for her.; The task force, created last year by Task force members should evaluatethe the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences -
problem former Interim UF' President Robert recommendations' accuracy and vi- the College of Medicine and the
said didn't think the
However another student she of Bryan, made 23 recommendations sug- ability, Sorenson said. He said the spe- College of Engineering lead UPs climb
CIRCA labs should-require,. the cards before the, rest, gesting "specific ways the Universitycan cific recommendations will carry more toward higher numbers of minority fac-
UF does.' enhance (black and Hispanic weight with administrators if the task
1 don't think they should require it," said tLesley ,students'')"success," according to a re- force proves its grasp of the original ulty.Task force member and nuclear en-
Deutsch, a sophomore in business. "(The card) is a good port Gonzalez and co-chairman Simon problems.One gineering graduate student Juan Vitali
idea, but I don't think we should have to get it." Johnson. submitted in April to recommendation, creating a UF- said UF still needs to improve its hiring
But she said she would get-'one early, so she can use Lombard!, sponsored cultural awareness event al_ record for Hispanic faculty, as well as
the computers."I Recommendations included hiring 10 ready has taken shape as People offer Hispanics better scholarship op-

I guess I'll have to get one if.I I want to>use the.lab, but new black and 10 new Hispanic faculty Awareness Week, Student Affairs Dean see Recommendation, page 11MONDAY
I don't like the idea of it." members each year until UF employs a James Scott said.

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (UPI!) A twice-delayed delayed in Frankfurt, West Germany.
charter flight landed Sunday evening at Charleston Gloria Berbena, spokeswoman for the 'State
International Airport with 311 Americans who were Department's Kuwaiti task force, said the plane then LOCK INTRUDERS OUT
freed from occupied Kuwait by Iraq President Saddam made an unscheduled stop in Halifax, Nova Scotia,
Hussein. when a woman passenger began suffering chest pains.
The chartered Northwest Orient Airlines 747 She was taken to a Halifax hospital, but her conditionwas WITH
landed about 6:15: p.m., EDT, without five people unavailable.
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who got off the plane during an unscheduled plane in Halifax."I .
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South Carolina Gov. Carroll Campbell and Sen. Berbena said. TOOLS
Ernest Hollings were among nearly 150 repre- The plane arrived with little fanfare, but dozens of
sentatives of federal and state agencies who were friends and relatives were crowded inside the airport
Your personal security guard.
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GORDA (UPI) All 1,400mmates at a The stabbed pnsoner, identified as Keith Jackson,
Florida state prison were confined to their cells Sun- 29, of Miami, was rushed to a hospital, where he was
day after a racial brawl triggered by a white prisoner'sfatal pronounced dead about 10 a.m.Saturday,state Depart- I
stabbing of a black inmate with a homemade ment of Corrections spokesman Bob MacMaster said.
knife, authoritiies said. "After the stabbing, fights broke out among blacks
The Charlotte Correctional Institution was in a and whites on the yard. Six to eight others were
"lockdown" status and tense but calm Sunday as injured in the fight. Probably about 200 to 250 were
guards searched cells for additional weapons and involved," Richardson said.
contraband, Maj. S. Richardson said. "We got them off of the yard in about 10 minutes.
Six to eight prisoners were'injured in the melee, There is still some hollering from the windows, cat
but all were treated at the prison and returned to their calls, but they're pretty much under control today,"
cells, Richardson said. he said Sunday.Investigators.
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inmates were outside in a recreation yard at the prisonin stabbing, but Richardson said the motivation was
Charlotte County, Richardson said. clearly racial.

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I Show airs -despite interruption, local disapproval-. -. I

By ALLYSON GARDNER Northeastern University criminal show.The vandalism left television
Alligator Writer justice professor James Alan Fox, viewers with sound but no picturefor I
Mississippi medical examiner Mi- several minutes before technichael -
&_._.., ,
Despite the slicing of four cam- ; : West; CICVI- clans: re-
era cables by an unidentified bicyclist sion reporter Kalhi paired the
guests backing out and a Be1ich and Mario An unIdentified damage.
community sick of mediaattention, Taboada, brother addition
the "Donahue" show went on. of one of the vic- person cut the video to the cable.tims -

More than 1,500 residents and audience. cutting ars
members spoke lines to four of the three of the
college students showed up for the
out while others shows five show's origi-
live broadcast of Phil Donahue'stelevision cameras
expressed theIr nal
talk show Friday at the guests-
Gainesville Community Plaza to feelings in a differ- five minutes into the Gainesville x

discuss the murders of a Santa Fe ent way. SOW. Police Chief
An unidentified Way I and
Community College student and
person cut the Clifton ,
four UF students two weeks
ago. video lines to four of the show's Gainesville MayorCommissionerCourtland
With guests Gainesville City five cameras five minutes into the Collier and UF Student .,
Commissioner Rodney J. Long, Body President Michael Browne
-refused to appear on the show.
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"An event such as this will not .1
be good for UF," Browne said last
week. "Students want to put this b w
behind them."

UF President John Lombardi!
also said last week he would not
appear on the show,saying that he
didn't think the murders were an
"entertainment "
w+y subject.
But Donahue and his staff de-
fended the show's intentions.

'This is not an entertainment
program," Donahue told audience IiJ
members before the show."It's our
chance to show the country
Gainesville is holding on well,"

Karin Lippert, Director of Press
Relations for "Donahue,"said she
R was pleased with the show.
"Mario Taboada was an elo-
quent speaker who needed to be
heard," she said."Donahue" .
staff member Beth
Haddad said it would have been
$ nice to have the student body rep- J S. SULLIVAN
resented on the show but that she Technicians work to repair a cable that was intentionally cut I I
t understood Browne's decision not during a live broadcast of the "Donahue" show.

to appear :
1 to boost his program's ratings. we've ever had on this program,
Audience reactions to the show
\ the show, Donahue said he
J S. SULLIVAN were mixed. Some members said '/ he saId.* "I l hope It'S over for thIs
Phil Donahue discusses the Gainesville murders. the show was tasteful while others 'was glad it was over. I Itter

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students, we never thought we'd be saying this, butit

was actually a good feeling to see the alumni and their USSOVAE

gaudy Winnebagos in town this weekend.It Owry

was a symbol that maybe life in Gainesville was
returning to normal. We didn't even mind that it took 30 10

minutes to drive a 10-minute{} route because it was so

great to see people coming into the city, rather than leav- iJfrIo

ing it.The.

record crowd at Saturday's game also indicatedthat
students and local residents are ready to have something Don't hunt go canoeing instead

much more simple to worry about such as the -
"My long hair don't hide my red neck." If Willie
Gators first home
game. Nelson didn't pen that line he ought to have! -Robert Ruulcrson
Even some students who normally wouldn't be caught That line is a good way of saying a couple of things S
dead in Gator wear were willing to sport orange and blue simultaneously. It says I sti1!! am what I started out PEAKING OUTI
this weekend. And students seemed happy that their being, but I've changed. I've developed some different
soon graduated from birds to small and
attitudes letting some bad ones slide while
greatest concern over the weekend was the wait to get then Whitetail
retaining that which is good about my beginnings. to deer. Killing a buck is a right of
into a restaurant.It passage for a cracker boy. I painted my youngest
My beginnings are those of a North Florida cracker.
also hear Steve brother's face with warm blood on.the cold December
was good to people discussing "Cracker" can be a fighting word if the wrong person
Spurrier's return to Florida and UF's chance of garneringthe says it to the right person. "Country" is the preferredterm morning of his first kill.
National Championship, instead of the latest clues in but I have problems with it. It's hard to explain these things to nonhunters. It's
the murder investigations.School All people are "country"people, because what else also hard to explain to a hunter how your mind can
could they be? The biggest city in the world, which I change about hunting.I .
spirit isn't something we usually acknowledgein guess is Miami, lies smack-damn in the middle of the I now see hunting as cruel, psychologically unhealthy
editorials, much less advocate, but this weekend we country. All people are country, but not all people are and dangerous. I also see it as symbolic of
realize that what residents needed most was somethingto crackers.I humanity's mad destruction of its natural environment.
bring them together and to throw their support and I like the term cracker because Marjorie Kinnan How
bottled emotions into. Rawlings used it in The Yearling and in Cross Creek. can we teach young Americans to respect and
preserve nature when the government sells hunting
It conjures images of those beautiful wooden houses.
The Gators were able to provide that and we're glad so I'm proud to call myself a cracker. licenses?What kind of precedent does it set when the

many people took advantage of the weekend's activities. We crackers prefer trucks to cars, beer to wine, "environmental President" spends his vacation shot-
The healing process also was helped along by UF Presi- women to men and meat to tofu. Willie Nelson says gunning birds?We must change our attitudes towardsour
environment or perish along with it. It's really that
dent John Lombardi's speech at the game. we love smoky old poolhalls and clear mountain morn-
simple. A hunter who his for has
ings and and girls of the puts gun away good
puppies nightWe
: As Lombard! asked those present to bow their heads'in made a beginning.
' crackers also love to hunt. This piece is about
a moment of silence to honor the five murdered stu- hunting, in case you were beginning to wonder. Even Sportsmen frequently argue that killing is only a
dents, many realized that although we continue to mourn though I haven't been hunting since I returned from small part of the enjoyment they get from hunting.
our peers, the fear that has gripped this city is slowly Vietnam, I still love to hunt. But I will never go hunting Give the matter a little more thought and you'll see
;beginning to subside. again. that it's an unnecessary part of it.

But while we hope this is only the beginning of our pas- Hunting is a social institution in rural areas. If you Try letting the next season go by without doing
bag a big buck, people slap you on the back and buy
any hunting. Take or
family ,
back the lives had in this also canoeing camping
sage to we once town, we you a beer.You don't see anything with huntingand
wrong hiking on one of Florida's great nature trails. Get a 35
hope students don't forget the safety precautions they amazed .
you are at people who do.I mm camera and learn to take "trophy" photographs.
took so seriously just a week ago. I became a hunter at 10 when I got my first Daisy
You won't miss the bloodshed. miss the
No one has been arrested for or charged with the mur- BB Cardinals gun. and With this monstrous and toy, I killed birds. thrill of inflicting pain and death You on a won't valuable and
Bluejays Mockingbirds I
ders, and as horrible as it is to think about,,we want students them down as if they were enemies. mowed harmless animal. You might discover that you love

, to remember the killer could still be in Gainesville. What a tragedy! A Cardinal is a living work of art. the outdoors even more than you thought.

That sounds like a morbid thing to say, especially A Mockingbird is a talented musician you don't haveto Going through changes ain't always fatal. Your long
(when we're'advocating that students return to their nor- pay a penny to hear play.A single bird in it's lifetime hair won't hide your red neck.

:mal routines as quickly as possible. But it's a fact we will devour pounds of harmful insects. Robert Raulerson is a UF journalism senior.;

[have to live with and take measures to guard against. I ..all.II: r..I.. .III=-Dlt].{tJ

! Amnesty Int'l was ''Informed me that maybe my point group it does not wish to fund by
needs clarification. To put it con- labelling it political
alligatorEditor used as scapegoatEditor cisely and concretely,Browne used
AI as an example to stop funding To further emphasize that the
Judy A. Plunkett : Amnesty International's to the White Student Union. death penalty is not the issue, the
Managing Editor Opinions Editor position on the death penalty was Browne's money from SG was not to be used
not the reason SG president Mike actions were for our antkle tn-penalty efforts,
M.D. Cumella" ,Jacqueline Reslier manipulative and
; Browne threatened unethical.
to veto the but to assist us in our letter writing
:Letters. Policy senate budget if AI was funded by death Regardless of yourstand on the crusade to stop torture'and other
Uttert to the editor should not exceed :200 words (about one 8 by.10 page). They should be SG;;.Browne told me he supports tional penalty or Amnesty Interna- abuses of human rights.
typed, double eced and ljned They should Include a typed name address and telephone AI's stand on the death penalty. labelling a group without
1 number Name will be withheld If the writer shows just caute If you hive any questions call first investigating it, is wrong. SG David Cheney
the editorial page editor at 378-4<4'8. Jamie Sanders' Aug. 29 letter now has the power to stop any Gainesville


sold in paper cupsAthletic State university police I;

Association saves money, aids stadium clean up help patrol UF campus '

needed to switch from "
By TOM WIGGINS we plastic to paper, Whitter
Alligator Writer said. "Also, we know the ecology is going to be an By MATTHEW SAUER The additional police were on
issue as far as plastic is concerned and we're used
tryingto Writer duty from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. and
UF football coach Steve Spurrier's debut wasn't get a jump on it." Alligator their own uniforms and patrol cars,
the only change fans discovered when they saw Whitter said souvenir plastic cups still will be UF added 16 police officers from Tipton said.
Gators beat Oklahoma State 50-7( at Florida Field sold in the stadium's gift shop, and !said he felt the universities throughout the state to

Saturday. .....-....... t't't'.... _.. '.', ."..1.1...:...... bolster security on campus Saturday SUS police officers maintain their ,
all nine 1
jurisdiction on state cam
Fans wanting to increased in size from night, following a day of ejectionsand '
quench their thirst in University 16 ounces to 22 ounces arrests at this weekend's foot puses.
the 92-degree heat Athletic AssocJathis year, will sell as ball game.In But before the extra officers
bought! sodas in paper well as the plastic began patrolling the campus, local
tion officials made the switch cups. the wake of the murders of five
instead of plastic officers 38 23 of
cups However, fans will local college students, State University ejected people,
cups that have been sold after a concession consultant pay more to quench I System Chancellor Charles them UF students, from Saturday'sgame.

for years, and found their thirst. The price Reed called in police from eight .
they had to dig deeper reported In May that they of soda increased
a to
other Florida universities to give UF "We had a pretty average numberof
into their pockets to buy could save between $25,000 $1.50 to help with maintenance officers working the night shift some ejections and arrests," Tipton

them. costs, he said.The time off, UF police spokeswoman said. "There was a sort of reverenceon
University Athletic and $35,000 a year by using cups also have a Angie Tipton said. campus. People had a good time,
Association officials new snap-on lid instead but were more mellow and things
"Since this whole started
paper cups. thing
made the switch after a
of the plastic tape lids didn't get out of hand."
12-hour shifts.
we've been
concession consultant used last : That
reported in May that they could save between change was prompted by the stadium's year.mainte- All time off was canceled immediately Police also arrested five people,
," Tipton said. "Because ofSaturday's four of them UF students, for
$25,000 and $35,000 a year by using paper cups, nance director Bo Lauramore, who said the tape
some of our officers charges ranging from disorderly
UF concessions Zeke Whitter said. game
manager lids were being stuck to the walls and causing paintto
would end up working 24 hoursa conduct to illegal possession of al-
"One of the things it showed us was, to cut costs, come off. day." cohol.

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page 1 a misunderstanding.The They have not been charged with lice said. Mann said the investigators received -
spotlight is on Humphrey, anything." Darnell said all the victims wen e free tickets "to help them
"Items that we gained both at the but investigators also searched the When five bodies were discovered killed in their apartments, whicl h; get their minds off the case."
scene here and in Brevard Countyare Lakeland home of Stephen Bateson in three days at the beginningof were left with"very little evidence.'" While Gainesville appeared to
promising," Darnell said. She Aug. 30.Bates,30,is consideredone the semester, Gainesville Police Mann said it may be weeks o;r be back to normal last weekend
would not say what investigatorsfound of eight possible suspects. Chief Wayland Clifton said investigators months before police arrest some.. with tailgate parties and crowds of
or were hoping to find. Bates turned himself in Aug. 28 had "plenty of physical evi one for the murders. alumni, Darnell said residents

One early link between Hum- on charges that he broke into a dence" to convict a killer. Now "These are not the kind of result!s should not drop their guard because .
Polk County home and threateneda police the crime scenes were the killer could strike again
phrey and the murders has fallen say you just put under a microsco pe
through. The Sun-Sentinel of Fort woman and her daughter with a left relatively bare. and 'poof the answer is there,'" "We have no idea what drove
Lauderdale reported that a woman knife. Christina P. Powell, Sonja lar- Mann said. this person to do what he did,"
said Humphrey had a crush on one "We're going to stay away from son, Christa Leigh Hoyt, Tracy Some murder task force members i- Darnell said. "Until we know what
of the victims and often harassed identifying anyone as the numberone Paules and Manuel Taboada were were among the crowd of UI F drives this person, we won't know
her. Police said the woman later suspect at this point," Darnell all stabbed to death.Powell,Larson fans who flocked to Florida Fiek dIF 1 what to expect."

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4 HOUSEAPT.Sublease
OXFORD MANOR paid /1blk from UF 3381263 9715 1 large, 1 small REASONABLE 377.9815.
1 br apt remodeled, parking, well lit premises quiet 1br apt Sep.Dec 1990 Why live alone? Share expenses. but 2 roommate to share furnished 2bdr/2ba
convenient: $230/mo.. security Sundowne Apts 118' near UF/Butler/ NOT bathroomsl Large 3bdr/3ba/ townhouse apt. at Stonertdge Apis $175 each ft FUTON & FRAME
$100. Call 377-6918 for appointment 9. Plaza. $269/mo Call 377.2596 or 334 apartment Washer/dryer In. share util Call 338.8415. 91235 From only $200/set

10.5.1 1 5669 eves 9105.4 eluded Come by today I Call Al 373-3127. 917158
Female' roommate needed own bedroom.
2777 SW ARCHER RD 377-2777 9
Furn cottage for serious grad student Sublet 2bdr/iba/ apt In Vlzcaya on 34th. 24.155 1.5 miles from campus $100/mo + 1/2 DESKS (all sizes), Computer furniture
group of 6 under canopy of trees. 9 minutes Close to campus.rent 355mo for 9mos utilities. Call Jon at 3725198. 91235 Bookcases, File cabinet. Chairs (all

from campus downtown, $225/mo September free Call 378-2651 M.F 9 to F safe beautiful styles) & more in stock at guarnateed lowest -
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call for unique living experience 376 5. 9.12.54 Female roommate needed to share prices THE OFFICE MART 690 NE
condo in NW area. Close to UF ft SF $250
3012. 9.12-5.1 all $150 security dep Call 376.5297 4bdr/3ba/ house w/pool and hot tub. 23 Ave. 373.7516. 9.19.17-6
Sublease 2br/1ba .Dec at 1700 SW pays .
Sep washer/dryer 3 miles from UF $275 Includes
or 813-956 1559. 91495
F n/s to have own bdr In nice 2 bdr house 16 StSummit( House) Very close to unities 373.3247. 91455 BEDS BEDS BEDS

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floors. private yard. $225/mo + 1/2/ util Call/leave message 334.5029. 9.11.4. BRANDYWINE 2 bdr/1 taa FURNISHED LAURELS t/ns for own room/ba In Lowest Discount Prices
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$200/mo/ for own room + 1/2/ cable & bills .
pad-$250 dep..$250 mo. Call 335 8487 1421 NE 8th Ave 371 4422
Jacuzzi sauna, weight room, huge pool
Sublet Furnished Studio
after 5 91455
FOR RENT: Utilities Included-Pool-Safe 372.2857 Dennis 91055NS pm.

Next To Campus SW 1st Ave M/F/ own furnished rm in 3 bdrm 2.5 bath LEATHERS
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Call Immediately 378 2221 Townhouse $225/month Neg + 1/2 util poolside condo Casablanca. w/d, micro. handcrafted bags, backpacks. briefcases
200/mnth + 1/3 sill 336 4015 or 373.6589Bob. belts sandals & more: Write N.N. PO Box
Close to Shands Call Howie at 375 5864
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270.$280. Sublease quiet for turn apt now 9.10.5-5 91235 398435 MB FL 33239 free catalogue or
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec Aug14 September free. very closeto 3727640
Plus LMR Pool laundry no cats or dogs UF & post office $269/mo call Wilsonat
F for rm/ba in Case 6 FOR SALE
1 own 2br/2.5b./ at
Santa Fe Trace Apia 3781190. 12.1478.2 334-5183 or 392-3850. 91454Sublease Car Stereo Plus Offering
blanca Partially furnished wa/dry pool &
Clubhs $250/mo 1/2ulil Call 335-3546. Herman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba,
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apt only Crunch Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125
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campus pool
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washer/dryer/ available in most units for $269/month 1.year l.as.Sepllre.( ) Abi used $140 OBO. Call Rob: 37 GUMBY
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$20 mo. Cats Allowed. IB-2B. 1 13 2 Bath @ 3784610 9145.4 107.MF, 91136
smoke/drugs $215 mo + util 373.1760
$250.$375. sec & Imr. 3726422 1214 HI-FI
Machine. 5410. Disk
TYPESETTERVarityper 2 722 S. Main The Red Bldg.
INCREDIBLE drives 2 film cassettes 2 film cannister
Efficiency Apt. 2 rooms avail. NW area 1 mile to UF. M Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 WE ARE CHEAPER

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MEADOWCRESTl10NW39thAve Reserve your room lor fall 377 1631 Alex. 01355 tem Includes 3 rolls 6 in. RC film & 8 font
Bus service to UF and SFCC. disk. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at Detectors 0 All Brands 375.4875
Roommate needed to sublet own room In
(turn unfurn
378 3988 or $175-$250 per room 373 9926 for more Info
375.3861 matemonth.MZ / SW Apt. Nicely furmished. 1/4 utlhu.
Prop. Mgmt. Inc. Realtor 375-0207 Call collect for more Info 904-651 Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more ***DESKS*** ((7)) $75 each
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All Amenities Available Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- *FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Serious male student for 5 bedroom upstairs 3 bedroom house M/F roommate needed 2070 Call 372.3336 day 338.0004 after 7 pm.
Roommates Available apartment with laundry 4 blocks to $190 per mo. + 1/2 utl Have dog, closeto

We're No.1REGENCY 1 UF $160/mo + deposit lease No pets campus Call 372-4106 or 377.9752. CENTERComputers 376- 148Editor'
OAKS 495-9024. 912105 choice Hewlett Packard *** *AIR CONDITIONER*** *
378.5766 BRANDYWINE 1/2 mile to UF FUR Northgate Price lower than mail-order. 12.000 BTUs that fits & cools Cory/D/

3230 SW Archer Road FEMALE nn..d.d/ for own room in NISHED 2bdr/1 ba. $200/mo/ lor own Systems below Include 1 mb 40mb ((28ms) mond Village Apartment under warranty
In SW room 1/2 bills, m/t/ Jacuzzi, sauna. 377.9815 917156
COUNTRY GARDENS 2bdr/1ba area $189/mo/ + 1/2 util Harddisk graphic monitor. MC 286/12 -
373.4500 Call Debbie at 3381469. Lve mess 9. weight room huge pool. Dennis 372 $1195 MC 386SX $1370, Northgate
BOSS BEACH CRUISER. 5-ape.d. good
2857. 9 13 5 5
11 35 386/20 $2399.
2001 SW 16th Street Leading Edg.laptop w/40 condition rides $90. Call Arthur
MB hd & battery $2395. 1 & 2
121476.2 war.
Female roommates to share 3b/2.Sba/ furnished SERIOUS. mature f student to share rantie Ontite warranties Panasonic year anytime 375.8869, 9.12.3-8
townhotne Close UF $200-210 beautiful bdrm/2 1/2 ba Greenleaf condoon .
SPACIOUSONE 1180 printer $185 HP Laser Jet lip
bus route Flexible lease $225/mo + **Dorm Size fridge for sale like new.
1/3 Util!. 378 ,
BEDROOM APT + -5431 $1049. 3743 W. University Ave 12.'14Crlmeatopper -
1/2 util 3732509 Why rent when you can own for only $50?

ONLY LYONS$273/MO.APT 2br/2ba unfurnished in beautiful March Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Call 376.2567. Leave message 91456

wood townhouse to share n/s m/f pool apt. male to share gorgeous Detectors, Infinity Saneul, Sony,
4000 SW
20TH AV.
377 8797 .
washer dryer 245/mo + 1/2 ut Call Larry downtown apt. 2bdr/2ba. All mod. conveniences Orion Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo JVC & Jarrard Z.ro.100 turntables Stereo

1 block to UF. large rooms util paid 335.1421. 913105 S2451= 373.7456 9-20.10.5 We Beat All Prices 373.3754. 12.14.76. cabinets smoked glass doors. Smith
Corona electric $50 each.
locked mailbox, cable nice $150.175. typewriter
Luxury SEAGLE bldg security own br/ba Nice clean modern furniture and Acoustad electrostatic' speakers Model
also 1 bd ell, Close to campus ulil paid, Roommate needs n/s Mill Pond condo, antiquesall
quiet 376.3291 1.5 miles from campus Own bdr/ba/ w/d Incredible view, near campus $285 + at reasonable prices Come take a One + One acoustad twin-200 amp
pets OK $225/mo + 1/2 util! 336 util Outgoing & Intelligent m/f 374-4309 look. THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 511 SW $1500. Peavy KB-400 keyboard amp 300

$100 off let\ month rentl Phoenix Apts. 5338day( ) or 335-9409eve( ). 92110.5 Matt. 91255 4th Ave 372-6577. M/C VISA AMEX waits. 9.band eq .4 channel $325. 371.

2bdr/1ba $325/mo close to UF/Shands all ____u_ ___ 6401. 9.'14-5.6

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't, Duplex Apt. For Rent\ ATTENTION STUDENTS!
Curb gives you the power to "walk away" from any attacker
1 BR. LR Kit, Bath. ac/heat Curb CN formula is In use by 96% of the law enforcement agencies '
3 Blocks from UF
Curb's formula slops an attacker five times faster than any other tear gas formula
$265 1 Block monthly oil Un Plus v Ave.Security Curb is in use by major city state and federal agencies nationwide. Student Mental Health announces the

Call 92.5.2 338.1839 formation of two support groups:

Apt for rent Irg 1 br duplex Unfurn Nww.

$250/mo turn $300 3 blk trm Umv Ave & 1. for UF students who are HIV+
13 St. 321 NW 14 S\\ Call Bill days 377

9956 eve 332.1761 9.13-5-2 ) a weekly CONFIDENTIAL
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1 bdr/1 ba across from campus $275/mo
203 NW 15th Street Call 378.0700. 9. QIy. 1Itm.-.s.. Rem Pr". Tile s I

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pus. Full kltch.n. $345. Call 372.3389or Has a.ayor'
3787392. CJOLMdwrKtycMnllollrt. a rte CJoraconnmiIMi I family members, or friends of someone

Coo: taeilw Mdaar a.. who i is HIV+ or.hasAIDS.For .

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brs. chandel"ers, cad Ins micro sensor aids Wait ADO

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manuals Great for word
3723208 9.14 5.6WATERBED processing $125 condition $3000 378.1253.
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371-9886' 91459
lights, headboard, drawers, rails 'Brand new mattress from Burdmes CONDITION. $2395/Best Offer Call 371. 1974 Alia Romeo Spider red convertible,
SYSTEMSSimply $300 Call Bruce 3735922. 91456 never been slept ontwm-size( ) Was 1073 excellent
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service and price. Call 335-1300. bike,Index 14speeds, Columbus tubing speed, air, am/lm/ brand new condition
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card, math copr, 2 ser 1 par a 1 game post Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control FOR SALE supersmgle, pad DOS4.01. WPERFECT5. mouse opt TOYOTA SUPRAI1984Auto.LoadedGood* Rings ETC Top $ or trade Ozzie's Fine
any car truck or van. fully guaranteed will. ded rail and heater $100 o.b.o. 336.8283. $1000 I 332.8492 after 5. 9.I 3.4.8 / condi-, Jewelry 373.9243 121476-10'
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110n/S4,950/Ph,377-9618./ 9-13-10-9\ CANNONDALE for sale. Excellent condition
very lightweight, many extras $525 1981 TOYOTA STARLET Good running 11 SERVICESNW
stereo specialist Warehouse ALPINE David 334.6691 911-36 condition, new tires & shocks $1000 Call
direct sales on all car audio equipment 3215 graphic eq w7bands/ ft 4 amps. 375.0373 after 6 pm. 9.6.5-9 Mini storage at '1-75 & NW 39th Ave
Gainesville students 25% off sales/instal 20W of power Get the best 4 your car. DARKROOM gear for sale Enlarger near Oaks Mall area, 5.51010.20 from
lations. D-BASS 4504 SW 29th Ave Call Sebastian 332.9898 $150 firm 9.14. elec timer, papersale." negative lank, ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW $20, 10%( disc, to students' 332.8917. 12-
G'ville FL 32608. 9-26-20 safelight, & lots more $225 David 334 RATES, low payments, fast drive 14-76-11
LOFT for 8 or 10 ft ceiling w/ shelf & 6691 911-36 I thru service, se habla Espanol 377.2277
Ed's Warehouse Recycle 372-9718 counter; prof built, UF approved. Will deliver 377-CARS, We care. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
desks, bikes ac, beds, stereos, tool, & help, assemble. $120 obo 377- Puch moped Excellent condition. Low Get confidential testing and treatment at
appl, lamps Save 'furniture, doors, speakers 9058. 9-12-36 miles Cover & u-lock Included. CAN YOU BUY A CAR THAT RUNS FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 12-
tables couch. 428 NW 1st 9-18-6 $400/neg/ 378.2966 Anne. $5007 Yes you canl needs work but It 14.76.11
COMPACT WASHER AND DRYER stand runsll Call 378.1376lv. mesg.
VW Camper poptop, 1977, 1800 cub. upFriqidaire. $150, Call 373-2496 9.14. Wireless alarm systems for apt or house, GATOR MOVING *
78.000 miles 2 double beds, complete $349 5 but
cm. sink yr warranty panic I have to sell my baby. She's a 1981 I Fiat!
ice box x.w back tires. $2300 obo. Must CANNONDALE SR 500 Shimano lOS ton, 120 decibel alarm Call 372-0903 or 2000 Conv. in very good shape. She'II Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1
tell I 335-2321. or 473.4013 call now. 9- Scott aero bars. Matrix Isoc rims clipless 3713956. 920106 to a good home for $3195. Leave mess.go item/Hse/ Full. Days/Eves Long di*.
1156 $500 call Bob 376.6141 Iv. message. 9- 378.6968.. 910-49 Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 3744791. 12-14-7611
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Hotpoint relrigerator/freezer, frost free, 12 cubic foot 2 door G.E. refrigeratorworks 72 VW Super Beetle, 20k on engine a lot SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
22 cubic ft., only 5 yrs old mint condition. Video, player $55 loveseat $40. sturdy well clean all shelves $160 I delivered of new parts needs paint to be perfect boarding woodser facilities *
bar $45, new Jensen car stereo S40, 1971 hay rides A parties sales' working
Only $385, was $890 462-0071 after 5pm 3779615. $1450 obo. Needs to sell 3756601 after
Volvo $2000 Call 377.4622 students accepted 466-3224, 3758080.
or weekends. runs great 5pm on weekdays anytime on wknds for 121476.11 Papasans, wicker rockers, wicker bdr furniture inlo 9-1039
Green Screen monitors, Apple baskets & more at warehouse
modem, Apple He, disk drive 16-guage dual cassette deck au- prices Sale Fn 9.6 & Sat 9.4 at Interstate Nissan Stanza '82, Auto, A/C 4D, HB. *SUNBELT MOVING*
shotgun pool cue w/ case Ask (for Steve toreverse $200, Sony CD player $150. or Mini.Storage I mi north of Archer Rd Mc. cruise control, JVC stereo 83.000 miles, Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies
3366129. 9-125-6 both for $325 Call 335.7404 if not home Donalds on 40th Blvd. excellent condition $1750 373.7641 1 1. ItemHouse full Local/Ing dist
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message Susan. Lie/Ins Priced for Students'' Marty 375
Two CANNONDALE road bikes for sale MOVE. 12-14-76-11
Good condition, low miles 1 triathlon Renault Fuego 1982.50K very good cond.

CROSSWORDPUZZLE ready. Call 3348842. 9-11-36 well kept, have records. Great stereo. a/c HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm &
pwr steering w/bra./ $1850obo 3322199. Equestrian Ctr The ultimate In care &
7 REAL ESTATE facilities 15 mm from UFI I Jan 376.7762
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1987 DODGE CHARGER black 5 spd,

ACROSS 5 Annual event at 41 Up in years 55 Australian GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair a/c, am/lm, 68000 miles. Excellent condi
tion. $3800 378-8574 AAA STORAGE
1 Bet Henley 42 London's OldTheatre export ). Delinquent tax property. Repoe Close to UF Convenient
6 Lansbury role 6 Five Nations 56 Actress Carter sessions. Your area ((1)) 805-687-6000 1973 T-BIRD and 1976 CORVETTE. Both 4x4x4 $1S/mo/
Ext. GH-8480 for current (list 9-
10 Lee J. or Ty tribe 44 Ohio city 57 Scoff 11.11.7 repo In excellent condition Call 3782918. 9. 4x8x8 $25/mo
14 Thrill 7 Indian deer 46 Ignored? 58 Spoken 533 SW 2nd Ave 377.1771

15 Beasts of 8 Encountered 48 Gless role 59 Window part 1656 SW 16 St-Somerset Village 2bdr/1 1984 Pontiac Bonneville 4 door good condition 12-14-76-11

burden 9 Recorded item 50 Muse 60 U.S. ballistic 1/2 ba w/ loft, refurbished, 1 block from $2650 low mileage call after Sam
16 avis 10 Old movie 52 Trojan War epic missile Shands. $55,000 $5500 down, good before 9pm 1I.13.5.9 HOUSEHOLD PESTS? Roaches, fleas,
ants, etc. Special for students,
17 "Joltln' Joe" terms. Call Jim or Betty 904-344-3701 or price
Laird 54 Ballerina 62
heavy Cagers'
org. FORD ESCORT 87, white, tinted windows through September Advanced Pest I Con.
18 Go to bed 11 Diamond Head Plisetskaya 64 Ferret out 726.7096. 91110.7 am/fm/tape/ cruise control, trol. 372.2650 9-10-10 I
20 Porker's place site power/tilt steering Great condition
21 1 Oh dear! 12 Scottish hillside ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: 8 MOTORCYCLES $3800 Obo Call 378.5017.. 91249 *FREE*

23 Sharpies 13 Kaneohe andKawaihae A 0 E.I S I L In ARK Pregnancy Test
24 Pull IT R E. P R I E I P A M II A 1985 Yamaha RZ350. Exc cond & extra 1985 Mazda Rx7 GSL-SE 5 speed, 57000 Gainesville Women's
ml, loaded, air, sunroof, pwr window, stereo
Toomey exhaust/have One
25 Talkative bird 19 Chinese 110 parts. original. HEALTH CENTER
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26 slm of a kind 2-stroke $1800neg Ray 335- sport, 720 NW 23rd Avenue
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31 Assortment 25 NCO 1988 FIERO SE, GT black sunroof, 5600
Honda Nighthawk, 18K miles Super con BIRTH CONTROL
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35 Astalre-Rogers 26 Spread widely dition, $1100 1 must see Call Kurt, 335- original miles. In perfect condition Must Gynecology Services
film: 1935 27 Hand-seeker MAD AM. LOP ,. nnnni 2341 after 12pm, before Sam 0-10-58 sell-best oiler. Call 3775528. 91349

36 Stravinsky 28 Rome, for one II DOL. A LIS T WAN T 12.1475.11Classifieds.
ballet score 29 Haggard title N A ST. RAH nnmnni Honda Spree 1985 runs great electric 1986 MUSTANG LX 3-door. ac, ps, pb pi,
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***R & R Pickup & Delivery professional, I ...RESUMES*** Plus Notes! .Are you an 'A' Student, do copy machine attendant morn alter school In NW 10.15
shipper over 40 yrt The neighborhood 1 Complete writing A development services you take excellent note, would you I like Ings/som wknds flex 20.30 hrs/wk hrs/week M.F own tram and references
courier G'v lie'. been looking fort 376 Resume House 371.8148, to earn while. you learn if so then call Dank Ind 3920329., 378.3038 alter 6. 9102.13
3391***00 371-6954 We are looking for students in I TYPing/WordproceSllng, WordPerfect the following classes: ACG 2001, ACG / pt/ft, mature, UniverSity ol Florida Foundation
5.1, quality work last r..ult..low rates. 2302 ADV 3000, APB 2150, APB 2151, own transportation fluent English, somenights Taking applications lor telephone communicators .
$ MONEY. Private scholar, dependable, personal service Tara 332 AMH 2010, AMH 2020 ANT 2301, ANT & weekends Top salary Interview Must have excellent telephone
2402, ANT 3141, ANT 3410, ANT 3511 skills and be enthusiast' Must work 3
h pit College Scholarship Locators pob>, 1469. ", & references 377.0556. 914913
1881 Joplin, MO 64802.1881. 800-879. ARC 1211 ARC 1701, ARC 2201, ARH nights/week, 3 hours/night from 8:30.:
7485 121475.11 Typing ** Typsettng ** Resumes 2002, ARH 2050, AST 1002, AST 2037 Florida Book Store has positions open in 9:30pm.: Starting salary $4,50/hour. Call
BSC 2010, BSC 2011 CCJ 2202, CCJ 392.7757 to set up appt
From $1.50 pg. 917 NW 13 St. the Gatorwear Department If you are energetic -
Hunter Showbarn now accepting students WCS, Inc. 3739822 3024 CCJ 4204, CHM 1020, CHM 2040, mature, and a good student we
Past UF equestrian coach, Boarding, CHM 2041 CHM 2045, CHM 2046, CLT may have just the opportunity lor you Earn $150Fundraising
working students accepted Farrell Farms 3370, COM 1000 ECO 2013, ECO 2023, Apply at 1614 W. University' Avs 9.11.6. opportunity lor your group or
4723142 10.9-30.11 ECO 3100 ECO 3202, ECO 4101, EUH 13 quick cash lor yoursel' Distribute popular .
TYPING Experienced Fast, Accurate, 2002, FIN 3408, FOS 2001 GEO 2200 student magazine ion campus in 1.2
Spellchecked. Light Editing $1.25 a page GEO 2201 GEO 2420, GEO 2500, GLY SOCCER COACHES and GYMNASTICS days Call Mr. Wilkinson at 800.342.
*TOTAL SECURITY* 376 9101012 2294 after 6 pm or leave message 1000, HIS 2463, HUM 2210, HUN 2201, INSTRUCTOR wanted lor YMCA. Call the 5118. 9-11.3.13
Scout system (for apartments: mini I ISM 3011, JOU 3100, MAC 1142, MAN YMCA for more Info( 378.7172. 914913
door/window alarms: home systems available 3021 MAR 3023, MET 1010, MGF 1202 Part Time Delivery and sales help
335-0100 98511 13 HELP WANTED MMC 2100, MMC 4200 OCE 2005, PET Live In Manhattan! Excellent salary now wanted Must be strong, healthy and self
3320, PET 3350, PHI 2100, PSB 3004, through June Teach life skills, &conversew starting Friendly atmosphere $4.50hrto /
BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI CS NEWSPAPER PSY 2013, PUR 3000, PUR 3101, OMB / sweet 14.yr.old learning disabled boy start. The Wood Stove, Inc 2031 NW
Military tear gas & personal protection 3205, OMB 3600 REL 2130, REL 2500, after school Days free from 8am.4pm. 6th St. No phone calls 9135.13
Info. Keycham unit or home canister PRODUCTIONNow REL 2604, RTV 2100 RTV 3000 RTV Opportunity to attend school or work as
$17.95 each + $2 50 shipping (checks ok, accepting applications for past.-up 3401 SOP 2513, SOP 3004, SPA 2024, paralegal' In husband oil c*. References Sitter needed for 10 A 11 yr, olds
'j V,sa/MC phone orders) Sent immediately! lor Alligator Editorial Production. Good STA 3023, SYG 2000 SYG 2430, SYG Call day D. Chill 212-818.8632DOMINO'S Wednesday &Thursday afternoons, some
Sallie Cain Action Seminars, 6141 experience for graphic art/journalism majors 3010, and WIS 2040. evenings & weekends Call 332.7200leave
Parkforest, Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call or others with similar interest Experience message. 9.148.13ON
504.751.0495 preferred but not required. NEED EXTRA MONEY? PIZZANOW
Evening hour. flexible schedule Fill out In GaineavillOcala/ area Sell GATOR CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT Gator Din.
Marlboro Farms Quality horse boardingon an application at,1105 W. Unlv Ave. 9.4 PRODUCTS. Licensed by U of Fl. Call HIRING SAFE DRIVERS. Day or Ing Multiple location Stop by 160
50 acres. Riding ring, trails, Individual pm. Specify "Editorial Production No ART Arts Graphics, Inc. ((305)) 948.2001. Evening Full or Part.time, Also hiring for Rellz Union or Broward Beach Club.
turnout, concrete block barn. 6 miles west phone call. please AA/EOE. our new high school lunch program Must Student manager & service personnel
Oaks Mall. Stalls, pasture, or full board. be available M-f 10am:30pm Apply free meal' with shirt!
4724313. AVON 375.8967 Read book at home) 2102 SW 13th St 373.2337. 910413
Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train. 1100/Titlel Guaranteedl) NOW HIRING On Campus Little
*SELF PROTECTION* Benefits Insurance Free 24.hour recording: Phone survey work, part-time flexible eve Ceaear of UF Food Prep.Maker*-Delivery
*Gas Dispensing Flashlight* ((415)289) -9691, 9.18.15-13 & wkd hrs. hourly wage + bonuses Callor Pereonnel Your own! vehicle not
sprays capsicum gas. disables and INTELLIGENCE JOBS stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave neceseary Stop by 160 Reitz Union.
marks attacker w/dye (for police. FBI, CIA, US Custom. DEA etc Now $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ 372.4026.
Dual Use Flashlight! aims, Gas Hiring. Call ((1)8056876000) Ext K. Need HELP lor Booming Business ATTENTION-perfect for students M.F
Looks harmless & (fits in pocket 9486 Excellent Pay in 4.10 hrs/week Campus rep needed to post Myers on 5:30.9:30 pm phone sales, hourly wages
Send $18 to GSI 1021 2nd St. Call 375-4875. campus Make up to $1000 per semester plus bonus Friendly atmosphere After
Covington, IN 47932.1004 JOBS. CIA, US 9.25.21-13 Call ((813)8373003) leave message 9. 1pm 3783238.
9.17-8-11 Customs, DEA, etc Now Hiring. Call
((1)805) .687-6000 .xt. K.9486. 9.21-19. Earn extra cash: Driver needed M.F to a
PROTECT YOURSELF! INSTANT BUR 13 from Citrus County area. Compensation
GLAR ALARM: Hang on any doorknob, negotiable Call Angela 1 16376049. 9.
set, & anyone trying to open door sets off Art 12.10 13
art ad, -
graphics, etc, for t
loud siren-like noise, Regular $27.50 job Learn how the of
; close to campus 8.10 hrs per wk. $4.00 to get most out
Now $19.95. FLASHLIGHT ALARM: Fits per hr to start. No experience req. Apply Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par.
easily into pocket or purse: wrISt strap lor to P.O. Box 286 Gainesville 32602. 9. ticipate new drug study for treatment of
easy use; one end is flashlight for walking 10-5.13 athletes foot Call 3315379. 9.28.20XdaXiDX0XmXmXOXmXmXmXOXOXOXmXiXmX4XOX0XmXmXi Career Expoat
in dark, other end has loud siren to call
for help Reg. $17.50: Now $10.95. Add I
$2.00 s & h. Send order w/ck or m/o to < > :
Current Market ng. 5726 Cortez Rd. W., X 9X
Ste 111, Bradenton Fl. 34210. Orders I
shipped Win 24 hours olrecept, 9.12.5.

Sell Defense Classes Open to all A

Begin Sept 17. Mondays 5,30.7:30 pm.
8 wks. No Charge. Gainesville School of 0
Karate 1215 NW 5th Ave. 912411 X

Experienced, amateur exercise riders XX X Welcomes Back Their ; Kickoff

Expenses. call for information 472.3777, X Little Sisters aa

horse trainer, show experience x
Arab horses, for information 472 a of the Chackett

3777 92010.11 X x 9X Wednesday, September 12, 7:30: pm

NAILS BY VONDELL ClsiH Little Sister Dinner XX '
A Auditorium'
3131 NW 13 St. 377 1763 University
Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil Tuesday, Sept. 11 th X XX
Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only
at 5:45Formal: Xe
Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly. professional .
care in peaceful surroundings Attire XK
Daily turnout grooming and TLC. 462 9 Featuring: Wendell E. Fields
5127. XO XH>X$ XttXtt\t>X41XbXOXiXxXxXxXiXxXXmXmX4'XmXo>
Are available) Millions go unClaimed .
yearly 1.800.334.3881 ,
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: Peepholes, Patio door locks. doorguards. EXPO"The Cape Canaveraland
t deadbolts installed Under $25 for each
item installed Call Bob 3357270. 914.

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12 ''SERVICES Friday, September 14, 1990

*Typing reports business legal 9:30: am-4:30 pm Barry Shttlett. Associate Director of
resumes cassettes transcribed applications ,
letters notary *.tc. Available

>7 24 hours/7 days/3722777 the'. Career Resource, 'Center
MICRO CENTER/Typing 3780339. Full & i
self service computing. Typing starts @ speaking on
50/pg Resumes $6 Self service resumes -
$2.50/hr 15/page Laser typeset .
graphics spell check A theses Of Mil 1M CAMRn ISM "How,to ,Succeed at Career
paper special characters employment .. ,.. Over 150 Employers with jobs'for all majors;, Expo"Be
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databases mailmerge training '
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WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC/ 1214 how to IMPKSS POTENTIAL.

76-12 .EMPLOYERS.. .at WINEXPO J Wednesday there and get i' a jumpon

Typing/Word Processing, Quality dependable *
service Reasonable rates Laser September 12, 1990 your Competition:- !

printer.12 377.8175 til 900pm; 12.14.76. 7:30: pm'- 9:00: pm, University Auditorium

Sponsored by: The Career Resource Center & sponsored by: Student Government'>*W ** ***

.,. TyplngALaser resumes e reports Typesetting e letters etc. '-Rn .Student_Governments I-",F4" and Career Resource Center
376-S46S* 3500 W. Univ Ave
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ATTENTION all campus organizations! Vuarn.IICalr.ra/Ray.San/Gator./ Great MACE Project yourself! Immbblllzea *SELF DEFENSE* GAY? BI? QUESTIONING?
Need $$$? Participate in a simple 1 week prices.reg or rx sunglasses The Optical an attacker Send $15 cash, check, GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs
campus marketing project Call Jill at order credit cards to *PROTECTION* 12.14 76-16
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 money : Campus Info/Referral/Consultation/ -
3368372 9 10 1 13 block from Ala Gen. Safety 976 N. MeClean Blvd., Elgin, IL Keychaln sprayer (C.3.Tear Gee) $t.91
60123' & $14.95, Black Belt Sprayer(Range 15- 'How I Got Into Graduate School with a
American Credit Card wants self starting Natural Foods and Vitamins 25 '"tl) $29.95, 60,000 volt stun gun 2,36 GPA" 1000 words $3/SASE./ CJ, Box
entrepreneur groups/Individuals/ to mar. AIKIDOI Learn defend self 2785 VA 22202. 9 12 10.16
Birkenstock Sandali to using $70.15. To order call Ed 335-4451 Arlington, -
ket credit cards on campus paying highest opponents force Free classes
Sunflower Health Foods starting Distributors needed, too. 11.0.35DEFEND
commission 1 800 762 8286 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 now. 6.8 Tu, Trt Fri. Women Gym. 378 EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease
9.'11-2.13 12.'14.7615 8917, 11.25.15DEODORANT' YOURSELF treatment. 28 years exp Dr. J. Beckum,

Mace.type pepper spray w/key/ ring. optometrist 917 W Univ Ave. 3761288
The MEKONG restaurant needs waters PREGNANT? Don't t guess Get Immediate Stonel Nalurall Guaranteed To order send $10 check to g.28.20.8
and waitresses Apply In person at 4421' to keep body odor or refund
test results from a reliable source away Suncoast Supply POB 10 1150
NW 25th Place (behind Hardees). 9 13 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881, 12. money! $19' V5. Save over $60 a year 12 St Eagle Lake, FL 33839 FEMALE & MALE SOCCER PLAYERS
4.'13 14.78.15 Last over 1 yearl! D F Schools, Inc., **Stun Guns also available NEEDED for co.ed City League soccer
P.O.Box 163, Gainesville, FL 32602. For Info call ((813)299) .8669. team. Call 336 6208 after 8 pm or 372.
EARN $35 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? 0163 9.149.15 0213, 9."11.6-16

Get special student discounts on exams
This week lor your blood plasma donation and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. nationally known ATTENTION STUDENTS *4/*.* 2 The beautiful man In the purple
with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZED Medium 44 Radio TV shirt on m. nile w/glasses/ at U C ClubPI
HOOD. 3770881 12 14 76 15 yrs, taped. Protect yourself."Peace of Mind' offers
allows to donate in 1/2/ the Write to pob 5023 Gville 32605
Call .
system you By App. only. 336 9154'
our 50,000 volt Guardian Stun Gun w/belt/ .
time' Study while you donate or watch Permanent Hair Removal '0.320.15TEEN clip at a special emergency rate of $44.95 *.*.* 9 19 10 16
videos Free Parking Gainesville Donor Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc lor
$3.25 s&h, we accept m/c/ + Visa. Call ,
Est 1969 238 SW 4th Ave. 378. FASHION MAGIC "TOM?? (engineer) we met one night in
Center. Info about the PERMANENT removal of .
now'1 800 879 8387 12noon
.7Frl 8.5 Sat 8.2. 121467' funl July Please call Bill or meet me at same
9431 M TUB unwanted facial & body hair 374.4307. Confidence improvement, edt All orders shipped US mall I win
9/11/90 9.30 here.
Girls place / at pm. or answer
13 9 17 6 wks $85. Starts 48hrs 9.volt battery not incl. "DON'T 9.02.8WHITE
soon at Maas Bros Call 378.5904 WAIT UNTIL IT'S TOO LATE' 914915'
For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy -just
**GET AGRIP** quartz, Malachite, Emerald & Ruby crystals '
372 1228. 211 W. Univ Ave..next to Central The Drug a Alcohol Resource Educators .
14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS Call ACTS 376.7105' Tourmaline, Beautiful Candles 913.5.16
City 12.14.76.'IS are accepting applications until 4.30 pm .
Monday 9/10/ Info & applications at '124 The Spirit filled
terminals & pc's, buy, sell, SAVE ON RAYBANS Tgert, 110.2.5Marlene Campus MInistry
trade, rent & repair Great prices, QUALITY ' ALABAMA TICKETSFor
,CDCS 818 W Un lv, 338.0378. 121476 University Opticians let's get together Sunday I knowI 9/15 STUDENT SECTION Ordered
300 SW 4th Ave 378.4480 .
$45 for 332.5825 9 14
Earrings Sterling silver gator posts early pair neg
14' I told you I had to do laundry, but I called
1214.76.15FAMILY The Gainesville Laundry at 372.4932, $5.00 + .30 tax & $'00 S/H Check or

****************** CHIROPRACTIC They picked It up & brought It back the money order to: GPI, POB 2687 Gville 18 RIDES

FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE Entrepreneurs Serving UP since 1977 next day all lor just 65 /lt>. So if you're 32602 9101015' '
students, faculty Ground floor opportunity planning to do laundry Sunday DON'TI
to market the 81 1 product line in Most Insurance accepted CALL THEM INSTEAD and let' me & ******MUKAI PRINTS!******* $45 fit Miami WPB/Pomp/ $30 one way 6
$23 billion Industry Video packet available 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. 913515 s you Jonesy 318/360' ; Victoria AP; SummerXVI yrs. of weekly Fri/Sun/ bus trips Pets ok,
go party.
24.hour 800.749.3047. 910.10.14 Dr. Steven Schargel ;Lisa XIII. Call 336-9306. 9111015' pkg transported. GMG trans 336
message .
373 7070 7026/305/ -266 3788 9 24 20 18
POSTER SALE. Biggest and best selection
12 14 7615
t Choose from over 1000 different Images SKYDIVE
ROCK, OLD MASTERS (Monet, Skydive with The Willlston Skydivers 336 20 LOST & FOUNDFinders

Dell, Van Gogh, Picasso Eschar, 7970

vote Matisse, Wyeth & hundreds morel'). Keepers?
? for MOVIE POSTERS BEATLES SPORTS, The Reitz Union Barber and Style Shop /If you find something you can place a
ant o4r DANCE, CARS, SCENIC LANDSCAPES, will be open Mon..Thur. 8.7, Fri. 8.S and FREE ad In this section Be kind to some
90O MUSIC, SKIING, PERSONALITIES (Einstein Sat 9.2 for the Fall semester Stop by or one who lost what you found Call 373
James Dean Marilyn Monroe and call 392.'1610 for an appointment with one FIND.
00 others). TRAVEL, HUMOR, ROMANCE, of our eleven super hair stylists or one of
1> PHOTOGRAPHY (Ansel Adams, Talbot & our New NAIL TECHS. 99815 LOST: Nice adult female cat black w/
others). MOST IMAGES ONLY $5 AND $8 while feet chin & neck. Last seen near
each! See us at FIRST FLOOR REITZ 2200 NW Illh Ave on August 15 $100
SEPT 14 between 9am.5pm. This sale
REGISTER TO VOTE sponsored by REITZ UNION PROGRAM WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, LOST' Gold heart bracelet w/d amonds &

i COUNCIL. 914515 372-6724. Old esoteric books, astrology rope chain safety lock. Great sentimental
1 04ft" readings, crystals' minerals, and more. value REWARDI Call 373.5396. 9114
= Stun Gun.Buy wholesale 65 Kvolts $50 20
Incl. compact unit, batt, safety switch,
FOUND: Kitten, black & grey w/ no tags.
wrist strap, pocket clip & p&h 1 yr warr BODYBUilDERS!11111!!!! Found on 8/30/ near Little Hall. Approx 3
904.237.2'30. _
mos old. Call to ID: 375.9024 leave message .
cardsbuyselitrade Attend our course on contest prep. Every ,,
Little Hall, Matherly, GPA, Reitz Union Sat loam Gainesville Gym 376-8400. 10

call Jell 378 1856 after 5 3.25.10 : Paperback book on top floor of
14 Nuclear Sciences BUilding. Call to ID:
1 10 -
September .
33S 9207 afternoons or evenings. 9113
Urgently Needed: 20

9:302:00must : : FOUND: Female puppy, tiger striped,

have a valid driver's license Student AssistantSeveral approx 9 months old, mutt, friendly ft
housebroken Found 9/1 near Macintosh.
Call 2366621, 9.11 320

available FOUND:,Pair of sunglasses in blue case
o IN COOPERATION WITH ALACHUA COUNTY jobs on 9/4 outside of Matherly Hall 'Call to ID:

\\--1 SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS 3369611' ". 9." .3.20

FOUND: German Sheperd about 5 mos
old on SFCC campus Found about a
College Work Study Work Permit Required month ago. Call 332.1893

THE CAREER OF CALL The Center 392-1575
FOUND: Keys in lit lloor women handicapped '
A LIFETIME bathroom in Little Hall on 9/5 Call ..
to ID: 3366982

FOUND: set of keys at Blockbuster Videoon
COLLEGE ELECTIVE Tues, 9/4 Call to ID: 336.9736. 9-12.
You Can't Drink 3.20

x1 FOUND-Ladies watch.GPA/Turlington
to Your Baby's Health'! wall Aug 31. Contact Todd at 374-6679 10
Air Force ROTC Is definedas Identify. 912320

an elective But It's far more
FOUND: Contact lenses in blue case out
than that:It's a career development
side CSE on 9/6 Taken to Student Activities .
program that teaches you to be a leader, Center on 3rd floor Reilz! Union.

that develops your managerial skills, that 12320 .

helps you grow Into a well-rounded and self-. FOUND: black lab puppy on 9/1/ in Duck

assured Individual. Pond area. Call to I I.D. collar at 372.3848.

For those who qualify,Air Force ROTC can even 9"12.3.20

help pay for college through different scholarship pro LOST: CAT 6 month old white female til

grams. When you graduate, you'll be an Air Force officer. if: if, it I, o grey ears, paws & grey striped tail, blue
Proud. And confident.Contact eyes Recently spayed, scar still visible
Last seen 9/3/90 on 300 block NW 34 Dr.
Reward! 378.1875 or 392-8064. 9145

FOUND: German Shepherd mix, appx lyr
ae- old blk w/tan belly ft face On W Univ Ave

near Odome, w/tags/ idem 3380102. 9.

arc 12320'
0 sip
KViV wLMdershlp'ExcdlenceStarUHere
FOUND: Young fern Black Lab on Sat near a
Duck Pond area. Appx 6.8 mos old. Call
3723848. 912320MONDAtSEmMBeR

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Vinny Testaverde threw three its last five season-openers. half.Marino, 3-5 In his career in Testaverde was flawless to start recovered a fumbled Detroit Ii
touchdown passes in the first half Jason Staurovsky's 57-yard field Foxboro Stadium, was interceptedthree his fourth pro season and comingoff snap in the end zone to thwart a I
and Harry Hamilton recovered a goal fell short with 21 seconds left. times on the afternoon before seasons marred by 35 and then comeback bid. .;.,:'
fumble In the end zone in the third Tampa Bay established its run the game-winning drive. He com 22 Interceptions thrown. He com-
quarter Sunday to spark the Tampa ning game before Testaverde pleted 22 of 34 attempts for 255 pleted 16 of 21 passes for 237 yards. Detroit quarterback Rodney }
Bay Buccaneers to a 38-21 season- shredded the Detroit defense. yards and two T1>s. Prior to Anderson's 19-yard Peete never got a handle on Kevin y
opening victory over the Detroit Tampa Bay running back Gary Marino went 3 for 3 on the deci- catch for the 21-14 lead, the Buc- Glover's snap and Hamilton cov-
Lions. Anderson, who sat out last seasonin sive drive, which carried 48 yards caneers scored on Testaverde's ered the ball in the end zone for a
Dan Marino threw a 7-yard scor- a contract dispute with San and six plays. Marino scrambled scoring passes of 54 yards to tight touchback. Two plays earlier, II'
ing pass to Tony Paige with 1:46: Diego, had an excellent debut for right before finding Paige open in end Ron Hall and 8 yards to rookie Peete was ruled to have dived into
left in the fourth quarter Sunday the Buccaneers. He carried 21 the end zone on the winner. back Bruce Perkins. the end zone for a TD at the end
afternoon, rallying the Miami Dol- times for 74 yards and added 79 Sammie Smith, who ran for 105 The Tampa Bay defense, how- of a run from the 8-yard line, only I
phins to a 27-24 triumph over New yards on six receptions includinga of his career-best 159 yards in the -ever, saved the victory. After to have a replay negate the score I
England. 19-yard touchdown that broke a first half, scored for the Dolphins Reggie Cobb scored on a 2-yard because he went out of bounds. '



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I ordinator Gary Darnell. This year, the Gators have a new
nois team in
straight sets Saturday, 15-7, 15.8 and
, on your head? defensive coordinator in Jim Bates, a new 4-4-3 system anda 1512.
new position for gatorback Godfrey Myles.
Again led by I Legall, Schutz and Hale, who
it But they return three standouts from last year-Myles, combined for 28 of the Gators'40 kills, UF was in
Richardson and cornerback Richard Fain-who haven't control throughout the match.
i i forgotten how it's done.
Legall said although the Westerwinds weren'tas
.. But Richardson said no matter how good UF's defensewas strong as past opponents, they tested the
Saturday, it needs to be better to hold tough Southeastern Gators in other ways.
Conference teams such as Auburn and Alabama. "To play such a team, we have to be strong to

"There's always room for improvement," Richardsonsaid. beat them," Legall said. "It's a lot easier to lose
games to bad teams because it's easy to drop your
intensity. We won 3.0 because we kept our intensity
Oklahoma State's quarterback Smith, however, didn't up the whole game."
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They have one of the best defenses in the nation,"Smith was setter Heidi Anderson, who totaled 73 assists
said. Their linebackers are their strength. They thrive on and nine kills for the two matches.In .
the pass rush. We just didn't handle it very well." addition, Peppier said the strong play of
Kristin Guetzkow and Keri Uptegraph has stabilized
Overall, Richardson was happy with the defense's sea
the Gators' lineup. Guetzkow had 16 kills in
son-opening performance. But he said UF can't into
go the two and leads the Gators in kill
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centage. Uptegraph played a solid all- around
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pick of why By GREGG DOYEL dope. lead, and didn't slow down until the final

Alligator Staff Writer "We had been hearing how hard a time gun.
they were having with their new offense," Cowboys coach Pat Jones admitted to
From UF's standpoint,it wasn't supposedto Oklahoma State linebacker Tracy Price being"in the dark"concerning UFs,offense
offense works be this easy. said. "It didn't seem that way today,did it?" prior to Saturday's massacre. Oklahoma

For Oklahoma State, it wasn't supposedto The Cowboys didn't make it hard for UF State was forced to rely on films of Duke

UF football fans had every reason to pre- be this scary.Saturday's sophomore Shane Matthews, making his Gators coach Steve Spurrier's previous
pare for the worst before the Gators' 50-7 50-7 shellacking at the handsof first start at quarterback. While the Okla- school for hints of what to expect Satur

thrashing of Oklahoma State Saturday.In the Gators left the Cowboys' defense homa State defensive line seemed content day."We
UF's three preseason scrimmages, the which held Tulsa to 159 yards and three bucking heads with UFs offensive front watched some Duke film, but that
Gators had as much success in mastering points a week ago shell-shocked and Matthews was content picking the Cow was misleading because Florida has much
Coach Steve Spurrier's new pass-oriented collectively shaking its head. boys secondary to pieces. lie threw for 332 better personnel,"Jones said. "We weren't

offense as Emmitt Smith did in attending "We're not really sure what happened," yards,and was flushed from the pocket only ready, and just totally self-destructed."

school this semester. It seemed that when stunned Cowboys defensive coordinator once. Spurrier, on the other hand, studied last
the pass protection wasn't breaking down, Bill Miller said. "Our defensive backs did pretty well, week's film of the Cowboys' 10-3 victoryover

receivers were running the wrong routes or What happened was UF's offense, which keeping the receivers in front of them," Tulsa, and drew up a game plan to
.. quarterbacks were overthrowing their intended had sputtered during fall practices and was Cowboys defensive tackle Stacey Satterwhite exploit soft spots in the Cowboys second-
targets. the enigma of the squad entering said. "Up front, we just didn't give thema ary. Oklahoma State was the victim of an
Spurrier, who used the same offense at Saturday's contest, exploded in the chance." ambush.

Duke, even said early last week his offense Cowboys'face for 567 yards of total offense From the first series, the Cowboys didn't "We scouted Oklahoma State so well it
may not be prepared to use certain plays 394 coming through the air. UF punted one have a chance. Behind Matthews, the Ga was almost like practice," UF flanker Tre
against the Cowboys. time. tors needed only five plays to speed 70 Everett said. "Everything went just like
The Cowboys contend they were fed bad yards past the hapless Cowboys for a 70KEVIN clockwork."
eO- Alex Marvez

THREE COUNTThen i Defense

pressures ..1
came the season opener, and UF
played like it had been using Spurrier's system I
for years. On the first play from scrim- OSU into mistakes

mage, quarterback Shane Matthews I
connected on a 26-yard pass to Ernie Mills. d
Four plays and 1:50: later, the Gators' had ;1 y By SHARON GINN since they played Nebraska in
finished a 70-yard scoring drive using a no- Alligator.Staff Writer
huddle offense, a phenomenal accomplishment II Richardson, a finalist for this
considering Matthews had previously The Gators may have a new lookto year's Lombardi! Trophy, moved
played two downs in his college career. their defense this season, but if into a third-place tie on the Gators'
I Saturday's game against Oklahoma all-time career: quarterback sacks
The air show didn't stop there. Matthews ,
State proves anything, the results list. With his 11/2 sacks Saturday,
finished with 332 yards passing, and the
.. will be the usual. Richardson
I same as ties Wilber Marshall,
Gators ended with the third-best passing dayin P
UF history ((394 yards). ANEW UF,with eight starters back from who had 23 sacks from 198083..
How could an offense that struggled so last year's nationally-ranked defense UF Coach Steve Spurrier said
I held the Cowboys to 238 Richardson and the rest of the Ga
much in practice play so well against Oklahoma -
State? There are three viable reasons.A total yards 192 passing and 46 tors were impressive Saturday,
I rushing.The even though they could have been
UF's offense mental
) stopped making
better in
situations."I .
errors and decided winning the game would I Gators had six sacks against
Oklahoma State Chris sat over there on the side-
be more fun than losing it. quarterback
lines," Spurrier said, "and I said
"We were one player short during scrim- v 4 s yp4 9fEa Smith, including one in the end ,
'I'm glad I'm not going against that
zone by defensive end Huey Rich-
end Kirk
mages, tight Kirkpatrick said:"One defense
in the blue be-
ardson in the second .
player would the player quarter.It
go wrong way, one cause they can really play.'"
would go the wrong direction and that's what was UF's first safety since Al-
WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR UF was ranked third in the na-
affected us. (Saturday), we got off to an early Defensive tackle Mike Brandon ((97)) bear hugs with onzo Johnson had one against Tul- tion last under defensive
start and did the things we needed to do." defensive end Huey Richardson after a safety. ane in 1984. And it was the first year co-
B) The Gators' defense is as good as everyone safety against Oklahoma State see Defence, page 17
thinks, and understandably humbledthe
offense in practice.

"We've been having scrimmages, and we Everett Mickell burst into the spotlightShane I
haven't looked too good," said Tre Everett, ,
who led all UF receivers with five receptionsfor ..... -
Matthews' performance at quarterback cepted a fourth-quarter OSU and returned
123 yards and one touchdown. "We were pass PACKING 'EM IN
told our defense had adjusted to the offense wasn't the only pleasant offensive it 14 yards for a touchdown.He .
... and things would look a lot different whenwe surprise Saturday. also recovered a fumble in the second Saturday's attendance of 75,428 was a
Florida Field recordof
Wide receiver Tre Everett record. The previous
got on the field." a sophomorewho quarter.
75,199 was set at the 1988 homecominggame
did not catch last .
a pass year, caughtfive
C) Oklahoma State has never seen a team against Auburn.
against Oklahoma State for 128 yards
pass as frequently as UF did because the STILL PERFECT
Cowboys did not understand the rules of their including Matthews.a 50-yard touchdown pass by Kicker Arden Czyzewski still is perfectfor Saturday was the third time in history

NCAA probation (The Cowboys apparently the Gators. Czyzewski, a sophomore, that more than 75,000 fans have watched a
thought they couldn't watch television, in- now is nine of nine on field goals and 15 of game at Florida Field.
stead of not being allowed to appear on it). Sharon Ginn 15 on extra points.He .

"After looking at Oklahoma State, we felt NOTEBOOKCoach connected on two field goals and six
we had a lot of really good plays, and if we extra points Saturday. His 40-yard field goalin SEEING RED
played the way we were capable of, we'd be the fourth quarter was the secondlongest -
fit fine,"Spurrier said."I haven't had a team that Steve Spurrier said repeatedly in of his career. Only his game-winning UF travels to Tuscaloosa to face an un-
"was bigger, stronger and faster than an op- the preseason that he expects great things 41-yarder last year against Louisiana State happy Alabama squad Saturday at 2:30: p.m.
ponent like that. from Everett. Everett is glad he got the was longer. The Crimson Tide, a 27-24 loser to Southern

Spurrier knows not every team will play chance to live up to those expectations."I Mississippi, was ranked 13th before
like the Cowboys did. The Gators' have to didn't play much last year," said Ever GRASS IS BACK being upset by the Golden Eagles.)

play Saturday at Alabama, and Crimson Tide ett, who played''a total of nine,plays last Saturday's 95-degree temperature at
Alabama lost field
fans may start calling for Coach Gene season. "It's a dream come true for Coach kickoff would have been worse were it not on a 52-yard goal by
Stallings' dismissal if 'Bama loses another Spurrier to give me chance to prove my for the reappearance of natural grass at Southern Mississippi'sJimTaylorwith 3:35:
left in
game at home following last Saturday's 27.24 abilities." Florida Field. Spurrier insisted UF replacethe the game. The-Golden Eagles are
loss to Southern now 2-for-2 on season-opening upsets after
Mississippi.But artificial turf that had covered Florida
even i if UFs offense is half of what it THIRD STRING? Field since 1970 when he was hired Dec. ville shocking last Florida State 30-26 in Jackson-

was Saturday, Southeastern Conferenceteams Also add sophomore defensive end season.
should watch out. After all, are there Darren Mickell to the list of UFs surprising last game played on natural grass at Crimson Tide tailback Siran Stacey was
f" any SEC teams geared to defend against the players Saturday. Mickell, playing third- Florida Field was Miami's 14-13 win over injured in the contest and probably will be
pass? string in his first collegiate game, inter the Gators In the 1970 season finale. out for the season.ir .

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Matthews handles I IBy

offense with i ease

RON KASPRISKE a 50-yard touchdown pass to Tre
Everett in only 15 minutes and
Alligator Staff Writer
35 seconds of playing time."I .

t 4 Kerwin Bell paused for a moment wasn't as nervous as I thoughtI
'"'1r t trying to hold in a smile as I would be," said Matthews, who

he contemplated what it would be later admitted he had an upset

like to be in UFquarterback Shane stomach during the first quarter.

Matthews' shoes. "Today was fairly simple. The offensive

Bell, the Gators' all-time leading line gave me great protection

passer, said he was salivating as he ,the receivers ran great routes,
watched Mat- so all I had lo do

thews tear up was look off the
5 r Oklahoma State's 7 would love to beplaying defensive backs

defense ta the and throw it to .
( ) here .
tune of 332 yards the open area."

passing Saturday. now UF head coach

"I would love to Steve Spurrier

be here now," -Kerwin Bell said the Gators'
said Bell, now a Former UFquarterback first scoring drive

KEVIN W1SNIEWSKI-ALLIGAFORUP graduate assistant pretty much dictated
I flanker Tre Everett pulls in a Shane Matthews pass for a 50-yard touchdown Saturday. at UF. "I how things

couldn't begin to would go for Mat

GAMEfrom terback since John I Reaves had 342 The defense didn't stop its offen- tell you how amazed I was at how thews.

20'We've against Houston in 1969, passedthe sive contribution there. DarrenM wide open those receivers were
page today and how I'd like to be the one Spurrier said after looking at
300-yard mark on UF's second ickell, not even mentioned in the
films of the Cowboys he realizedthe
series of the second half throwing them the passes. ,
after UF preseason depth chart at defensive
been for this
waiting day Gators would be able to successfully
Bell said Matthews who started
junior Harvey Thomas blocked tackle picked off a Wheeler ,
for so long, Matthews said. "We throw over the middle.
Cary Blanchard's 51-yard field goal and returned it 14 yards for the his first collegiate game Saturday,
were just waiting for opening dayto
reminded him of his sophomoreyear.
Gators' final touchdown. Less than
bust out. try.On the next play, Matthews two minutes earlier, Mickell, play- Hence, Matthews completedthree
Matthews, who waited two years found sophomore flanker Tre Everett ing in his first collegiate game, Bell threw for 2,687 yards that straight passes to open the
for his first start, set the tone early, speeding down the middle. recovered a Wheeler fumble. year ((1985)) and said Matthews' game -all of which went to receivers

completing his first three passes of Matthews gunned the ball to Ever UF's defense also held theCowboys' performance was similar to ones he wide open over the middle.
the day. From its no-huddle offense
ett, who grabbed it away from the running attack in check, had with one exception."I .
the Gators coasted 65 yardsto Oklahoma State defenderon the 10 limiting them to 46 yards on 35 think he's going to have a lot "We were wide open and Shane

the Cowboys' five. Two plays and glided in for the touchdownthat carries. UFs second- half prevent more of them than I did." got the ball to us," I Everett said.
later Dexter McNabb bulled in
gave UF a commanding 33-7 defense allowed Oklahoma State to Matthews, a sophomore, com "Hopefully Shane's' performance is
from two yards out for a 7-0 lead.
lead.Everett inflate its total yardage to 238. The pleted 20 of 29 passes including just a glimpse of things to come."
"The first completion was the constantly made himselfat Cowboys had 74 yards in the first
one I was most worried about," home in the Cowboys second half.

Matthews said. "After that first ary,finding glaring spaces over the "Overall I was pleased with the
drive I said hey, it can't be this "
middle. Everett, a sophomore who effort, said defensive coordinatorJim
easy. took part in only nine plays in 1989, Bates. "I'm sure the videotapewill
But it was. caught his first five passes in a UF reveal some missed assign-

UPs offensive front picked on uniform for 128 yards and the ments, but I was impressed with tl 5Mk

the Cowboys line all day, giving touchdown that signaled the beginning the effort we had pressuring the 1"?4 Nng"

Matthews all the time he neededto of the rout. quarterback."

shred Oklahoma State's second "That's Coach Spurrier's attitude Nearly overshadowed by

ary. By the end of the first quarter, ," Everett said. "Once you get 'Matthews' passing clinic was the

Matthews had thrown for 141 'em down, don't let them get back UF ground game, which churnedout

yards, more passing yards than the up." 172 yards on 32 carries. Willie

Gators had in five of their last six The Gators defense opted for a McClendon and Errict Rhett ran

games of 1989.Matthews variance of that theme, preferringto for 63 yards apiece as they split

turned in a nearly knock Oklahoma State quarter- time at tailback. Third-string tail-

flawless performance in his debutas backs Chris Smith and Earl back Kedra Malone, a true fresh-

UF's No.1 quarterback. He com Wheeler down, let them up and man, added 37 yards on four MP4

pleted 20 of 29 passes for 332 yards knock them down again. UF re- carries.

and a touchdown, and added 'a corded six sacks on the day for 59 The game day energy was tem-

score 'of his own when he crept yards in losses,including All-Amer- pered by UF President John

over from a yard out midway Ican defensive end Huey Lombardi's request for a momentof

through the first quarter. Richardson's second-quarter sack silence in memory of the five

Matthews, whose 332 yards of Smith in the end zone for a college students that were murdered

were the most by a debuting quar safety. two weeks ago.


Gators 50, Cowboys 7

Score by Ort,. 1 2 3 4 Fflorldl- Statistics' Hill I IS 0 15
... All Yds Not TO LII Keller 1 1 30 13
Oklahoma'. .7 0 0 0 7 Rushing
83 81 2 18 Totals 24 3D4 1 50
UI' 14 12 14 10 50 McCI.ndon 11
UF: McNIbb run 2; CZyzewlkl kick (113:10): ) Rh'" 7 83 83 0 13
UF: Matthews run 1;CZrZkl kick (13.20)) Malone 4 3D 37 0 15 Oklahoma State Statistics
OSU: Mayfield pa'I'4 'from. Smith; Jackson 3 11 11 0 8 Rushing An Yde Net TO LII ,.
8 1 8 Hudson 14 113 88 0 25
2 8
Blanchard kkk: ((13:35): ) McNlb
7 28 2tI 0 7
UF: Czrzewlkl FG 33 ((10:511): ) Barber 1 2 2 0 2 WIlSon
UF: Safety' Richardson tackles Smith. .Matthews 2 1 0 1 1 Brown 3 3 3 0 3
(15:20): ) Morris 2 0 .11 0 .11 Smith 7 531 0 5
UF: McCIlndon run 1; CzrzlWlkI kick Totals" 3Z 187 173 4 11 Wheeler' 4 038 0
Totals' 35 121 41 0 25
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Smith 22 ,11 0 11 1
kick ((1:45): ) Matthews 211 20 0 332 1
14' 111 1. 0
UF: McCIlndon run 3: CZ ZIWlIU(kick Morris 7 3 0 47 0 Wheeler 1
(13:14): ) Fos 1 1 0 1S 0 Totals' 31 20 1 192 10 a.
UF: CZyzewski FO 40 (i11:34): "' TIIIIII 11 24 0 314 1 Receiving No Ydi TO Lg
7 110 1 29Czyzewsld
UF: Mickell Interception return' 14; Mayfield
kick ((8a1)j: ) Receiving No Yde TO LII Parker 3 17 0 10
2 0 0 0
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First downs u. .18 Klrkpllrlk 4 54 0 28 Krksy 2 35 0, 21 ADRIAN DENNIS
RUlh..Yardi '2.173." 35.46 MIIII 3 51 58 0 0 as 35 Johnson Fisher 2 11 0 0 6CompUtan1 I' UF sophomore Shane Matthews,'making his first collegiate start,
Pavia Yards 192 McNabb : :
/ 24.,3:: 20.38-1 Sullivan : 18 0 11 Wilson 1 0 8FumblesLost whittled the Oklahoma State secondary to the tune of 20 for 29

5-3 5-2 McCIlftson: 2 2 27 2S 0 0 19 15 Copeland Brown 1 1 -4 8 0 0 -4 9Pena9lesYards for 332 yards. The 332 yards were the most by a debuting J*
Time of Possession 21:01 7-63: 30:52 11-112: Barber 1 12 0 12 Totals' 20 192 1 28 quarterback since John ,Reaves threw for 342 yards in 1969. II |




I Gators stampede OSU I NCAA decision is nearBy II

Offense racks up 567 yards of total offenseBy MATT ADAMS In its 1,100-page response to those alle-
gations, UF admitted to committing the
GREGG DOYEL the whole game," Spurrier said. "Like I told Alligator Writer infractions but said no proof existed that
Alligator Staff WriterIn (Oklahoma State coach) Pat Jones after the Sometime In the next two weeks, UF Hall gave money to Williams. Hall and
game, we had them out-manned. The game officials should hear from the NCAAaboutany Williams deny money was exchanged.
five months, Shane Matthews leapfrogged was nice but I hope I'm smart enough to sanctions against the football and Among the three charges dismissedwas
from fifth to first on the UF quar- realize that Oklahoma State isn't the caliberof men's basketball teams. the allegation of lax institutional con-
terback depth chart. teams we'll play down the road." NCAA assistant'executive director for trol, which many considered potentiallythe
Saturday against Oklahoma State, Mat- So complete was the annihilation of the enforcement David Berst said the re- most devastating.
thews needed less than two minutes to Cowboys that UF's defense and special sponse should come before the end of Before the meeting, Berst said UF
show why. teams also shined on a day seemingly dom- September, probably within two weeks. might receive a reply within four weeks.
After the opening kickoff, Matthews sped inated by the offense. The defense had six UF has been waiting for the NCAA Last Saturday marked the four-week anni-
Cothe Gators 70 yards in five plays for a 7-0 sacks including a safety and an inter Infractions Committee's decision since versary of the hearing.
lead. Fifty-eight minutes later, UF had a ception for a touchdown. The special teams Aug. 11. The committee met with UF on Despite the longer wait, UF athletic
50-7 season-opening massacre over the blocked a punt and a field goal, and junior that date in Colorado Springs to discuss director Bill Arnsparger said UF officialsare
Cowboys.A place kicker Arden Czyzewski was perfecton 10 charges against the university.In not getting anxious.
record Florida Field crowd of 75,428 six extra points and two field goals. that meeting,the committee reducedor "We feel we have all those things be-
witnessed the no-contest, which markedthe Matthews, whose previous collegiate experience dismissed eight of the charges. hind us now and expect to be allowed to
debut of Coach Steve Spurrier, the consisted of a pair of handoffs Three major allegations remain: that continue the way we're going," Arnsparger
Gators' Heisman Trophy-winning quarter- against l Louisiana Tech a year ago, guided former basketball player Vernon Maxwell said.
back of 1966. The game also ushered in the UF to its 10th-most productive day ever. played for the Gators after accepting loans When UF delivered its response to the
second organic era.of UF football as natural The same offense that had sputtered from an agent; that former basketball NCAA, UF President John Lombardi said
grass replaced the artificial turf that had throughout fall practice against its own coach Norm Sloan paid airfare so Maxwell he thought financial penalties against the
covered the field since 1970. defense exploded in the face of the hapless could attend a basketball camp in Boston;' university were "probably appropriate,"
And while Spurrier downplayed the Cowboys for 567 yards of total offense, 394 and that former football coach Galen Hall but hoped sanctions would not affect
game's nostalgic importance, nothing could of those coming through the air. provided money and transportation to for current coaches and athletes. However,
stop the Gators from making his first gamea That's 394 yards.see mer player Jarvis Williams to make a child both UF and NCAA officials have refusedto
special one. support payment. speculate on possible penalties.
"I thought we played with extreme effort Game page 19

I Volleyball team beats Memphis St. Western IllinoisBy

MIKE SCHULTZ first couple of games we played were wild five games, the Gators let Memphis State nine serves,"Hale said."The games we won
Writer and crazy, but now they've gotten a little come back for wins in games two and four. we were acing a lot more."
more used to each other." Leading 10-1 in the fifth game, the Gators Mary Jo Peppier, UF assistant coach, said
The UF volleyball team found the missing In Friday's match against Memphis State, again allowed the Tigers to get close at the victory over Memphis State was the kind
pieces to its puzzle teamwork, servingand poise was the key as the Gators pulled out 12-10, before rallying to win 15-10. of win that can turn the season around.
poise in winning two matches this the five-set match 15-9,12-15,15-3,12-15 "We haven't experienced a lead like that "This was one of those key wins," Peppier
weekend at the O'Connell Center, eveningits 1510. yet," said Suzy Schutz, who had 17 kills and said. "If we had lost this match, it would
record at 2-2. Behind the strong play of Steffi Legall!, 15 digs for the Gators. "It was 10-1 and we have had a bad effect on the team for a long
The Gators held on in a tough match who registered 21 kills despite a heavily kind of kicked back and relaxed and said time."
Friday to beat Memphis State, and then taped, sprained ankle, the Gators showed we're way ahead." With the newly found teamwork and the
dominated Western Illinois in straight they could handle pressure by withstandingthe Gators freshman Kim Hale, who had 10 confidence from Friday's win, the Gators
games Saturday night. repeated comeback attempts of a taller, kills and five service aces,said better servingwas easily defeated an out-manned Western Illi-
"Everyone played better this weekend," more experienced Tigers team. a key.
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