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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 11 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1990

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analysis could lead to killer Faculty

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By DONYA CURRIE part of the investigation, UF was They're going to be given priority." "It's not a good time to be guess-
Staff Writer beginning to get a handle on the Managers at two of the three ing that right now because no one evaluate
Alligator damage done by the wave of fear crime scenes said they hope, like is looking for apartments right
Blood and semen samples taken that rolled through students after UF, that the healing process will now," Yarborough said. There's
from the apartments where five the murders. draw students back to the commu- got to be work done in there."
students were stabbed to death After an estimate last week put nity. The managers said Monday The murders have not hauntedthe
could lead police to the killer, a the number of withdrawn studentsat they plan to rent the .apartments complex,Yarborough said, be- superiorsBy
state investigator said Monday. 100, UF .;sometime in the cause a tenant moved into the
spokesman Larry j'uture."We're. apartment across the hall from the
Those of
samples are just part
"We're DEBBIE CENZIPER
estimatingabout
last week.
Humes said just stabbings
the 500 possible clues being ana-
Monday'that 670 going to renovatet The owners of the duplex at 3533 Alligator Staff Writer
lyzed in a laboratory, said Steve 500 students \
Platt, bureau chief for the Florida students have t, everything that S.W. 24th Ave., the site where po- About half of UPs faculty mem-
Department of Law Enforcement's left school, many have withdrawndue I leeds to be lice found the body of Christa bers had the rare opportunity last
Jacksonville crime lab. because of the the crisis \done,"said Gator- Hoyt, could not be reached Mon month to grade their bosses on
murders. to wood Apartments day afternoon. Hoyt, a Santa Fe everything from personnel practices
"We faced with what couldbe
are
"We're estimating nanager Carol Community College student, was to academic attitudes.
likened to three very complex about 500 -Larry Humes ]Hyde. UF students found decapitated in the home The bosses scored well.
puzzles we're trying to piece together students have UF spokesmanHumes < Manuel Aug. 27.Within.
Four deans and 40 chairman in
time Platt said
at
one a hours after the dis-
withdrawn due to Faboada and seven the colleges of Education, Health
Monday." "It's a slow, painstakingeffort. the crisis" Tracy Pauleswere covery of Hoyt, the third victim to and Human Performance and lib-
said. "We're not exactlysure. found murdered in apartment be found, several local and state eral Arts and Sciences,as well as
Authorities closed down their in- This Is not something we 1203 on Aug. 28. agencies formed a murder task the UF Libraries, all received
vestigations in the three apart normally look at because it hasn't force and began analyzing evidence scores ranging from"average" to
ments over the weekend,returningthe been a concern. Withdrawal is a At Williamsburg Village Apart- Mann said. "very high."
homes to the complex managers normal process." ments, where UF freshmen Sonja About 20 people are working in About 780 faculty memberswere
and personal property to the Larson and Christina P. Powell the Jacksonville lab with evidence given the nine-question
sur-
victims' families, Alachua County "We're certainly concerned were found mutilated Aug.26,man- from the three murder scenes, vey, distributed by UPs chapterof
Sheriffs spokesman Lt. Spencer about them as students," he said. ager Johanna Yarborough said shedoesn't the United Faculty of Florida.Of .
Mann said. "Some have expressed interest know when she will rent
those 388 to the
see Search, page 9 responded
As police closed the door on one about coming back already. apartment 113. poll, which supplied instructorswith

a formalized voice that administrators
only offer every few
ta at a years.
MAW Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean
Willard Harrison ranked highest
3 ,,,, ..aw a sa a among the four deans when fac-

ulty were asked to rate their*
deans compared to all other administrators -
they have worked
with during the academic year,
Harrison, who has served as
dean for more than two years,
said he's not paying much atten-
tion to the survey because there
are "many good people here."
Zoology Department Chair
man Frank Nordlie received al-
most perfect scores from the 15
faculty members in his depart-
ment who rated him.
Nordlie said his job is to act as
r spokesman for his department,
and he must constantly keep the
lines of communication open with
faculty. The survey is just "one
more piece of information to see
whether there's positive feed-
back," he said.
UFF chapter President Jane
Brockmann said the survey was
finally a chance for faculty to rate
their superiors and suggest im-
it 4a provements in their colleges.The
survey is one of the only ways
instructors formally can express
7rNATALEE their opinions, she said.
"There's a lot of faculty who

4.t + ', o. feel they want to say somethingto
t'
their supervisors, and really
'" .... .. '\,. ..... ,tI"' :. .,.. there was no way they could do

UIATFRS.1I.. ..-..-..-I-.ir.ATOB-..-.. that," Brockmann said. "Many
Future foundation faculty feel that administrators

Allen of and Sons works the Student Recreational Center should be evaluated and get some
Chuck an employee Papke Masonry Company, on new Monday.The .
center costs $3.6 million and will include eight racquetball courts and two modern dance studios. feedback from the people they'resee

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fairs Cabinet will register student lel Foundation meets today at 5 in It'*wordy: A Gainesville Scrabble
votes for Alachua County through the lounge at Hillel to discuss social tournament at Books, 114 N,W. 13th
Friday 9:30: am. to 2:30: p.m. at Math- activities for the year. Call 3722900or St., in the Gator Plaza, will be held 41 2}
erly, Turlington, Little Hall, the law Shira 377-4745. September through December with PLEDGE CLASS 1990
school or the Reitz Union first floor. Walking on water: The UF times varying. Call 374-4241.
Picture ID required. Call 3921165. Waterski Club meets tonight at 7 in Support group: A support group
Science smarts: The Microbiology Reitz Union Room B-73. Meeting is for family members or friends of BECAUSE OF YOU.
and Cell Science Club meets mandatory for all club members.Call someone who is HIV positive or has
tonight at 7 in McCarty Hall Room Matt, 3354525.' AIDS will meet every other week {t 2}
G086. Call 3364965. Hands down: The UF Women's beginning Sept. 24. Call Linda Lewis, I Sandy Greenman Joanle Mestas "'-
Psi l Chi: The Psychology Club Soccer Team practices Tuesday, 392-1171. Angle Alloway I > Dana Grootenboer Tina Monteath a'rCatelyn
meets tonight at 7 in Psychology Thursday, and Friday afternoons PRSSA:The Public Relations Stu- {t Melissa Bailey \ > > Hardy Melanie Moore 2}
Building Room 130. Everyone wel from 5:15: to 7:15: and Wednesday dent Society of America meets .h Heather Bennett Tnda Harris Nicole Mouser "'-
come. Call Chris, 372-3625 or Larry, afternoons from 5:45: to 7:45: at tonight at 6 in the Reitz Union loungeon Heather Susan Bergeron f ".. J eassica Her hey Gretchen Mulholland
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Rommel Mushrush
334-7272. Maguire Field. Call Steve, 3352988or the first floor. Open for all new Lannle Bevan Kim
Kristin Johnson Kr1sta Olson
Save the planet: The Environ Allison, 3348540.The and returning members. Call 336- {t Rebecca Brock KrIstin Jonas Shannon Powell "'-
mental Action Group meets today at crew: The Florida Crew Club 0717. {t Amy Clayman Laura Judd Page Pressly 2}
5 in Turlington Room LOOS. Call meets tonight at 8 in Reitz Union Omicron Delta Kappa: ODK, the {t Laura Curless Abase Kassin Amle Riggle "'-
Tracy Arace, 334-8192. Room B74. All are welcome, but national leadership honor society, is Anne Davies Kelly Kehoe Rhonda Schroeder
Fallen and can't get up: The UF bring a pen. Call Karen, 334-8076. now accepting applications for the {t Meredith Caroline vies Melanie Kerry Stephanie Schwartz 2}
Falling Gators Sport Parachute Club Amnesty International: The Amnesty Fall semester tapping. Pick up ap- {t Renee Garcia Dyal Audra Knee Kristin Slaughter "'-

meets tonight at 7:30: on the Orangeand International Campus Group plications at the ODK office, Reitz {Z Jody Cehlbach Trtsh Knowles Jennifer SIgrid Stone 2}
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Student Alumni Association meets lt', economic: The Under- pleted and be involved in campus {t 2}
today at 5 in Little Hall Room 215. graduate Economics Society meets organizations. Call David
Attendance is required. Call 392- tonight at 7:30: in Matherly Hall Kalchbrenner, 376-9473. OUR KITE SOARS
1691. Room 18. All arc welcome. Call Omicron Delta Kappa producer:
Resource workshop: A panel of Michael 375-0330. Omicron Delta Kappa will be hold- ABOVE THE REST
campus representatives will review Artistic: The Art History ASbocia- Ing interviews for producer of
available services on campus for stu- tion meets today at 4 in the Fine Arts Celebration '90. Pickup applicationsat {t
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Reitz Union Room B74. ley, 392-9333. interview time. Applications due at 2 42 44 ,t1.Jyt4 t444 44 tYt4YYY

Spaghetti dinner: An allyoucaneat Creole: Club Creole meets Wed noon on Sept 13, the day of inter- i I
spaghetti dinner sponsored by nesday afternoon at 5:30: in Reitz views. Call David Kalchbrenner,
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation is Union Room B65. Call Carline, 334- 376-9473. I

today at 5:45: p.m. at Hillel 16 N.W. 9617. Rush smoker: Alpha Kappa Psi is I
18th St. Cost is $2.75 for student Beta Eta Sigma:The Black Honor having a rush smoker Wednesdaynight
members, $3.25 for others. Call 372- Society meets Wednesday night at 6 at 7 at the Holiday Inn West. I
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Union UF Student Affairs Vice President Art Others concerned about t to
By MIKE BRUSCELL "preaching UF's College of Law, whose administration
Alligator Staff Writer Sandeen said. the choir" with a separate course, recommended boasts of an increasingly diverse faculty,
Most of the participants praised the recommendations adding a multi-culture perspectiveto has the answers,law professor Barry Currier
Many UF administrators, faculty mem- but discussed fine tuning existing classes in areas such as English said.
bers and students say they're tired of asking specific points within and history.But "You just have to decide that's what you're
why blacks and Hispanics are not succeed- the proposals, such as "The style President Sorensen, who going to do," he said.
ing on campus in numbers proportionate to creating an elective moderated the discussion And while White Student Union leader
whites so they spent Monday. morning class examining multi- Lombardi and I have is said each department Mark Wright told members of the group that

trying to find answers. cultural diversity. not to issue an edict should choosetheir setting minority hiring goals boiled down to
"If we don't serve as the people to give Some defended the own path toward "a meeting on how to discriminate," history
answers,who will?" said UF Quality of life original proposal, say- from Tigert Hall and cultural awareness. chairman Kermit Hall said the talk was a
Task Force Co-Chairman Simon Johnson. ing task force mem- 'The style President t step toward respecting diversity.
bers feared students say 1t will be done. Lombardi and I have i is "
Former interim UF President Robert "The time for rhetoric's over, Hall said.
Bryan created the task force last year to would resent being -Andrew Sorenson not to issue an edict "The time for action is now."
force-fed information. from Hall andsay
Tigert
suggest "specific ways the university can Other suggestions during the three-hour
Others said the racial UF provostby 'It will be done,'"
enhance black and students'
( Hispanic ) suc- meeting included filling a vacant recruiting
misconcentions held Sorensen___ said._____
cess, according to a report Johnson and un position with a Hispanic,bilingual candidate.
students be
co-chairman Gerardo Gonzalez submitted in many can only wiped away Another proposal, hiring 10 black and 10 UF Vice Provost Gene Hemp said he was
April to UF President John Lombardi.! by a mandatory course. Hispanic faculty members each year until confident such a candidate for the position

About 200 campus leaders, including "We can start to be a little more sensitive UF employs a number mirroring black and existed.
Lombardi! and UF Provost Andrew when we're a little more educated," said Hispanic populations, met almost unanimous Lombardi agreed with Hall's remarks,and
Sorensen, reviewed the report's 23 recom- Margaretha Micha, a director at the Inter- approval. But the support was tempered
mendations Monday morning in the Reitz ,national Student Center. with concerns of "how" and "when." see Task Force. page 11

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Liberal arts




to includenew

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ItK degreeBy



JOANNA GOLTZMAN

Alligator WriterIf

you're interested in how women and
men interact socially or how women have
made their marks in history, then UF may
have the degree for you.
Late last spring, UF added an interdisci-
plinary degree composed of courses offered
by several departments such as
anthropology, English, sociology, and reli-
gion in Women's Studies to its list of
academic majors.
The degree, which is open to both men
and women,draws from all disciplines in the
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and
offers students a well-rounded liberal arts
w 9
M education, said Linda Wolfe, an anthropology
professor and director of the Women's
Studies Program.
"With a degree in women's studies, you
can do anything anyone else majoring in the
N liberal arts can do," Wolfe said. "Lines are
sx. being broken down between English, anthropology
DONNY LEVAN sociology, and all the other de-
Free veggles partments. They all run into each other so

I UF fine arts junior Tina Black eats a Krishna lunch at the Plaza of the Americas Monday. that you end up with the same set of knowledge
as anyone else who majors in liberal
arts."

Classes such as Human Sexuality and
Culture,Women in Literature and Marriageand
I Homecoming entertainment still vague Family are just some of the courses
required for a degree in Women's Studies,
for Fleetwood Mac concertBy she said. To earn the degree, students must
No confirmed
Second
act
signedto I opener complete 21 hours of course work and 7
hours of thesis after fulfilling their general
Fleetwood Mac tour publicist Julie Wheeler
JACK REJTMAN
play Gator GrowlBy said she believed Squeeze will be the openingact education requirements.
Alligator Writer although she didn't have it confirmed. Previously, students could earn a certificate
JACK REJTMAN in Women's Studies which required 15
,
Tickets for the Fleetwood Mac Homecoming Booking agent Michael Piranian said he
Alligator Writer kick-off concert go on sale today, even expects to release the name of the opening hours of approved courses, and had the
Although a second Gator Growl comedian though the group hasn't named an opening band sometime this week. option of earning the degree by taking an
band. individualized program, Wolfe said. Now,
has been signed and the checkis For students in line this morning,
standing
because of the increasing popularity of the
Students buy tickets for $10 at the
in the mail, Growl producer Brian can
Kiss 105 is scheduled to provide free coffee
the WSP formalized the degree'srequirements.
Box Office and the general publiccan program
Guenther wouldn't release his name University
and cinnamon rolls at 8 on the Reitz Union .
Monday. buy tickets for $19 at all TicketMaster
"We're going to talk to them tomor- locations.Tickets,which go on sale at 10 a.m., Colonnade. "It could have been done at any time
row, but we probably won't be able to are limited to four a person. Construction on the colonnade will not Wolfe said. This was the right time because
Interfere with ticket sales. being offered. becauseof
more courses are
announce anything until Tuesday or The pop group Squeeze was scheduled to
Wednesday Guenther said. open the concert, but Student Government "Students can enter from the first floor of the increasing number of faculty interested
While students wait to hear who will Production Chairman Raul Mateu said last the Union or they can go up the staircase by in using gender as a theoretical approach
week that Fleetwood Mac's booking agent the Orange& Brew and enter the south side," to understanding human nature.

see Growl, page 10 told him Squeeze would not be the opening Mateu said. "We've posted signs showing see Degree page 11'I1IESDAY.SEl'TEMBERII.I91o.AWGAroiC3
band. where to enter."



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countries with oil free of charge,"an Iraqi Information Western diplomat in Cairo called the offer "a
Ministry spokesman said Monday on Iraqi television.The ploy" by Saddam to win support from poor countries.But ., Sept. 11 at 6:00: pm
action-taken a day after President Bush and the free-oil offer was welcomed by Jordan,
Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev declared they according to the Iraqi news agency INA. It quoted Reitz Union 1 1st Floor
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On nearby launch pad 39B, meanwhile, a two-day shipped it out last night. The new one is in, it's been
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I Voter drive sets goal to register 1,000 UF students I


I Deadline for choice in gubernatorial race Oct. 8
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in the .
By KEVIN DOYLE summer."I
Alligator Writer
would like to get 1,000 and (Monday)
To help students increase their voice in we got 250, which is fantastic," he said.
local politics, Student Government's Community
Affairs Cabinet and Florida Blue Key Shapiro said registering for the upcom-
are sponsoring a voter registration drive this ing election is important not only becauseof
week on campus. the gubernatorial race between Lawton
UF students who want to vote In the Chiles and Gov.Bob Martinez,but becauseit
November general could heln a shidrnt'
election need to register win a-l local election in
by Oct 8 to be eligible r. "Students should register the future.

,Alachua Count; here because The lack of stu- AAf
to vote
Supervisor of Elections dent turnout has hurt
Buddy Irby sai d we make up a,large portion students running in
Monday. ",
the past, Shapiro
Students can register of Gainesville's pop said. "Students
from 9:30: a.m. t t4< ulation and the laws' should register to
2:30: toda
p.m. y vote here because we
through Friday at Lil 1 t i affect'all of us." make up a large por- c e
tie, Matherly an< tion of Gainesville's
Turlington Halls, a:s -Glenn( Shapiro population and the
well as on the Reit Co-director of SG Community laws affect all of us." 3
Union's first floor sal Earlier this year,
Glenn Shapiro, co-di Affairs Cabinet former UF and Santa
to .IF.1.... A1.I...t.
rec r o e WlUIU. re community College
In order to register, students must bringa student LaMonte White failed to get
driver's license and must swear that they his name on the ballot for the U.S. Houseof
are 18 years old or older, Irby said. Representatives when he could not raise
Students also must be Alachua County enough student signatures before the qual-
residents, U.S. citizens and not convicted ifying deadline.
felons. Registering more than once is a
felony, he said.Students .

Later, White announced his candidacyfor
who fill out registration cards the Florida District 23 House seat held
will receive their cards in the mail,Irby said. by Sid Martin, a Democrat representing DONNY LEVAN
Shapiro said the drive's goal is to registermore Hawthorne.Again,he could not get enough Veronica Fuentes helps Hush! Moran register to vote. Florida Blue Key and Student I
than the 600 students who registered signatures to place his name on the ballot. Government are sponsoring the drive, which will continue until Friday.



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Although many students still haven't purchased the $5 ARABIA CAM EMIRATES/

cards, CIRCA is requiring students to show the ID before OMAN

they can use the 520 computers CIRCA oversees. I

CIRCA contends that the new ID cards, complete with

name, picture, bar code on front and magnetic strip on
back, provide an easier method to check who is using

the facilities. I Haunted by the ghost of Earth DayI'll I
. The old method, which used a picture ID and library

card, is confusing because operators can't tell if students be the first one to admit that I had more than
have paid their fees, a CIRCA official said. my ecologically-sound level of Earth Day hype at the iso Benjamin PargmanONSIDER

But UF hasn't yet mandated that all students purchasethe end of last Spring semester. Whether you were here, C
at another school,or off on a great adventure I'm sure THISWhat
card, which only debuted this summer.
you didn't miss the environmental parade. More than
, UF officials hope the card eventually! will! go beyond its likely you had enough green to last you a lifetime. will you do with your time this semester?
ID capabilities to more advanced uses, such as football! Well, the ghost of Earth Day is back to haunt us. What did you do last semester? Whatever it was, did
However this time it has to do with you enjoy it? Are you a better person because of it?
nothing
1 ticket pickup and, someday, a vending-machine debit card. glitz,hype
and the national media. Now is the time to determine Is the world a better place because of what you did
,: The card soon will be a required purchase for students whether or not it was all worth it. last semester?

maybe even by next semester. But until everyone has We stand at the beginning of a new semester. A Our campus, community and planet are full of
to buy the card, a portion of the student body shouldn'tbe beginning for all of us freshman, seniors, graduate problems;some environmental,some others. Chancesare
forced to purchase it just so they can have access to students and faculty.In the next week or so,consciously that you cursed a few of them. Think what you
UPs computer system. or not,we will all make decisions about how we are could accomplish this semester, if you focused the
going to spend the remainder of this semester. time you wasted last semester on just one small project.
Hopefully, we will all spend some time studyingand The entire Fall '90 semester lies ahead of us.
Too much talkThe going to class. Having fun should take out another
big chunk of time.The question that remains is: What Please don't let the chains of apathy and the powerof
will happen with the rest of our time? Nintendo waste your valuable time-you can makea
only thing we can say about Friday's "Donahue" Some will pursue new world-record Nintendo difference on our campus and on our planet.

show is that we wish the seven seconds that the show scores, and others will develop intimate relationshipswith The Environmental Action Group can help you
:; went off the air could have lasted about 55 minutes Days of Our Lives. What will you do? make the difference. Its first meeting is this afternoonin
;' longer. The whole world played environmental cheerleaderlast Turlington Hall Room L005 at 5.
April: GO EARTH! yeah! whoopie! Thenon
j We're not advocating vandalism, but we certainly recog- April 23 the editorials asked whether it was all Have a great semester. Learn something, have a
nize the spirit behind the unidentified person's act. worth it.Those of us who planned the activities could good time and if you want to, help change the world.

The last thing Gainesville needed was a sensationalist not honestly answer. We just went straight into finals, Benjamin Pargman is president of the Environmental;
packed up, and went home. The question still hasn't Action Group and promises not to write anything else
talk show full of mistakes being broadcast nationwide.
f, been answered, and the ghost of Earth Day is asking. about Earth Day.a .
Phil Donahue said before his show that he wasn't
LETTERS TO THE EDITORComic
I there to use the city's recent murders as entertainment,
r I. but to show the rest of the country how well Gainesville wife-beating alcoholic leaving his
!' is "holding on." strip was battered spouse at home while he UF should drop

But with one of his guests advocating that a primary not in good taste the goes rent off money to the with local impunity pub to spend lack suit against APlusEditor

" way to stay safe is to buy a gun, we'd rather let the Editor: If it was supposed to be ed not only humor, but any sense : We find UFs suit against
;' country learn about Gainesville's welfare some other way.We're ., funny, I'm not laughing. If it was of good taste as well A-Plus Notes an outrage. The
, an attempt at satire, it missed the university should be helping students
glad Student Body President Michael Browne, mark. Interestingly enough The Alligator
!' Gainesville Mayor-Commissioner Courtland Collier and saw fit to run a three-page ,instead of trying to take awaya .
;' Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton originally If sound editorial judgment had 'feature article on date rape in the very helpful study aid.
been exercised, I don't believe it same issue. A-Plus Notes clarify for students
1.' scheduled as guests refused ,to appear on the show. would have ever made it to print. I what professors do not This is very
i.', am referring to the Andrew 'Dice At the top of a list of precautionsthat evident in the case of TV replay
:: alligator Capp comic strip that appeared in potential victims of this all too classes, where students have no
The Alligator on Sept. 7. frequent crime should take was this opportunity to interject questions.UF .
r I Editor Women in warning: Don't stay around and
our society, particularly men stop wasting your time
: Judy A. Plunkett those on this campus who who make negative comments and our money on this ridiculous
I 1'. Managing Editor Opinions Editor have endured the tragic events of sexist jokes about women. If the charge, and start focusing on cam-
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier the past few weeks, don't need any women on this campus take this pus lighting or a more efficient
'help from Brian Harmon and Craig advice to heart,Harmon and Baxterare procedure for Drop/Add.
Letters Policy Baxter in finding reason to be suspicious \- looking at a very. long, lonely A-Plus Notes is Please
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8y 10 page). They should be of the attitudes and actionsof winter. a plus.
typed double-epeced md signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone leave this worn-out issue alone.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just emus If.you have any) questions call the opposite"sex."The Joel C. .
BriggsGainesville Dada M. Anderson
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TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11. 1930.ALLIGATOR, 7


I Ghetto helped by extra policeSTOP Fair to familiarize (I




program started to curb high( number_ H _ of_ burglariesBy __ __ !_ __ _ I
-POJH ""' students with city

MATTHEW SAUER have a good chance of catching someone." .
Huckstep said the STOP team used in the Ghettois
Alligator Writer also responsible for patrolling the downtown area By KEVIN DOYLE increase students' awareness of

Gainesville police tried to put a STOP to a slew of and Treehouse Village Apartments, 117 SE 16th Ave., Alligator Writer the off-campus community and
burglaries in the Student Ghetto last month) and may where burglaries also have occurred recently. make them become more in-

have succeeded,but they say criminals who have laid STOP teams are an emergency measure, he said, UF students unfamiliar with the volved, Rogoff said. I
low because of the recent flurry of police activity in and are not meant as a long-range solution."A city they live in for nine months a Students also can get informa-

Gainesville could be back in business again. STOP team jumps from one fire to the next and year can find out about services tion from such city and county
City commissioners authorized Gainesville policet available and learn how to get Involved agencies as the Downtown Redevelopment -
puts out the fires, he said.ne can be used to deal
t_ "' __1___ : in___ the____ community_____ today, Agency the Alarhita
ucpiuy; a Strategic Targeting with fights ana Drawls, arug -------- n --
Offenders Program team activities or anything that during Getting to County y Animal

in the Ghetto in late August, "We have been targeting the requires a squad of officers." Know Gainesville Control Center,

after apartment landlords in Huckstep said he does Days. The the public health
the area complained of a area because of the increased have a larger pool of officers Today, from 10 purpose of unit and the city

growing crime problem. available from a.m. to 2 p.m. on and county's
number of bur- which to the event is to in-
the Reitz Union
and
Parks Recre-
Though police records draw STOP volunteers since
show there were no bur- glaries in recent months. Tuesday and Thursday North Lawn, about crease students' ation Depart-

glaries in the Ghetto last training sessions for new police 30 groups from ments, she said.
week, Gainesville police LL -David Huckstep officers were canceledas Gainesville and Al- awareness of the AlachuaCounty 1

David Huckstep said that a Gainesville police lieutenanta a result of the recent mur- achua County off-campus com- FireRescue -
lull in the predominantly stu- der investigations.A ranging from Cox will display afire
dent community could reflect A C"IV\D Cable to the munity and truck and the
[ team; usually:: consists -
lack of crime data rather than an actual decreasein of two to four officers for day patrols and fourto ber Gainesville of Commerceto Cham- make them be- Gainesville PoliceDepartment will

crime rates. six for night patrols, he said.A .
Some officers responsible for compiling crime data the Civitan Re- come more in- bring a Corvette

have been added to the task force investigating the team used in the Duck Pond neighborhood in gional Blood Cen- outfitted with a

murders of five local college students,Huckstep said, northeast Gainesville also included two officers on ter will have volved.city siren and lights.

so recent police statistics may not be accurate."It bicycles. displays informing Gator Dining
students about the Services also will
"STOP teams are a very high-profile unit,"he said. in while
they're living they have displays and coupons from
could be that the individual these
committing made of officers who
They are up very disciplined attend UF. Little Caesar's Pizza and I Can't
crimes just wasn't active during the past week, or it are proactive and don't need to be supervised. Theydo
could be we just aren't aware of the crimes,"he said. interviews, stop possible suspects and actively The new event, sponsored by Believe It's Yogurt.

Police did confirm three burglaries in the area over look for crimes in progress." Student Government's Commu-

the weekend, and suspect most of the crimes are the nity Affairs Cabinet,also will bring Tonight at 7, members of the
Property owners and citizen's groups in the Ghetto Gainesville Regional Utilities, air-
work of one individual, he said. city and county commissions will
have asked city commissioners to add a City Oriented lines at Gainesville Regional Air-
"We have been targeting the area because of the be visiting campus to meet stu-
unit to the and the Lions Club
Policing area. to ,
increased number of burglaries in recent months," port campus dents and then will attend the Stu-
Cabinet Co-di-
Huckstep said. "A STOP team goes in with the A COPS unit is similar to a STOP team, but is Community Affairs dent Senate's 7:30: meeting in the
said.
intention of catching someone committing a crime. assigned to a neighborhood or area on a more per- rector Suzanne Rogoff Senate room on the Union's third

The idea is that if you go in at certain times, then you manent basis. The purpose of the event is to floor.








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I garner support by word of mouth, but they will not ':'
Student senators will vote tonight on changes to be allowed! to solicit," Browne said. "But students .
the election codes that,if passed,will allow candidates shouldn't be bothering people (with official campaign ,
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SURVEYfrom what they think of their dean," gle survey affect his overall SEARCHfrom checked for traces of skin cells,blood,hair
page 1 she said. thinking, but he's always and other fibers. Next, technicians woulduse
Vice Provost Gene Hemp pleased when his faculty page 1 chemicals and photography to check
supervising. said the surveys are just one thinks well of him. Platt said. for fingerprints. Some evidence also is
The numerical evaluationswere more piece of information on But the survey has limitations Although crime specialists have called scanned with a laser to detect faint prints
sent to the appropriate dean and chairman perfor because one-third of his the scenes bare, Platt said every criminal and other particles, he said.
deans for, chairmans Academic Affairs and the Office mance. Colleges conduct department didn't respond, leaves behind some kind of clue. "It's a very time-consuming process,"
said.And confidential she their own internal evaluations Smith said, and he still must "We're generating information daily, Platt said. "Just the nature and size of the
,written every few years, five of which be concerned with their hourly," he said.Investigators. crime scenes (and) the grievous nature of
comments also were distributed were turned in this year, views. Another drawback, he the crimes has made our job difficult."
won't if have
but only to the corre- say they
sponding deans and Hemp said.Nordlie said,is that evaluations some- found a potential murder weapon or what About 250 clues gleaned from the murder
chairmans.The said while the survey times reflect working conditions evidence they are using from a search of scenes have been completely ana
surveys act as a com- is not a "tell-all" evaluation not administrators. Edward Lewis Humphrey's Gainesville lyzed, he said.
municative liaison between he puts more emphasison Brockmann said the survey apartment and family home in Indialantic. Police still say they don't know when
faculty and their bosses, she personnel relations and in will be conducted next year Humphrey, 18, is one of eight top possible they'll charge someone with the murders.
said. teractions. for the other half of UF suspects, police said. "We are not going to make hasty decisions
"In many colleges, (evalua- Education Dean David business, communications, Platt said a potential murder weapon, ," Mann said. "We are not going to
tions) do not involve askingan Smith,also a high scorer, said fine arts and engineering col- such as a knife, would be put through at let time dictate the investigation.We haveto
individual faculty member it's important not to let a sin leges. least three steps. First, the knife would be be right. We cannot be wrong."

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GROWLfrom Gate 13 of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, up Comic of the Year" award from class,"she said. "But now studentsare Applications and coupons (for
Growl ticket director Elizabeth Me- nightclub owners and patrons at assured a coupon if they fill outa Growl bloc seating, available for
page 3 Arthur said."Friday the American Comedy Awards. form at the stadium or in the all student groups of 12 or more,

is the last day to fill out For the first time in UF history, mail." must be turned in by Oct. 8 and
be performing at Growl, billed as an order form," she said. "If they Blue Key gave students the opportunity Under the new system, students picked up Oct. 11 at Gate 13.
the nation's largest studentrunpep are not sold out by then, they will to buy Growl tickets throughthe enrolled for nine or more hours can Stadium ticket manager Bill
rally, almost one-fourth of the be available Oct. 8th and 9th for$8 mail along with their football purchase tickets any time before Holloway said ticket sales have
student tickets still remain unsold. 14.Students. been steady and there shouldn'tbe
as guest tickets. tickets, and the new system has Sept.
About 5,600 tickets remain of the Blue Key, UPs leadership hon- worked well, McArthur said. must pick up Growl any problem selling the extra

22,500 allotted by Blue Key to the orary that organizes Growl, hired "In the past, you would wait all coupons between Sept. 17-28 and tickets.
stadium ticket office. Students who comedian Jeff Foxworthy in July to day in the sun with people fainting, then redeem them for tickets Oct. "Last week the ticket office was
didn't order tickets through the perform at the show. His Southern and students would feel pressured 8. Guest tickets include unsold crazy," Holloway said. "It was the
mail can purchase them for $6 at humor earned him the,"1990 Stand- because they would have to skip tickets and unredeemed coupons. busiest I've seen it in a long while."


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DEGREEfrom Association-will present speakers TASK FORCEfrom and Sorensen meet with campus seen the problem for more than 25
page 3 films and workshops onwomen's page 3 deans in the next few days to "de- years.
issues. velop a plan of action," Sorensen
"More students are signing up pledged UFs commitment to servo Although solving UF's problemsis
The Women's Studies Programwas said.And a goal that would require
for these classes. ing all community members. more
formed in 1979"to start introducing after meeting with task than his lifetime to attain,
About 20 students are enrolledin women to the social sciences "One of the best ways to avoid force co-chairmen Gonzalez and Lombardi! said that doesn't excuse
the certificate program.In and women's history," said action is to talk too much," Johnson Sorensen and Hemp will him or campus leaders from trying.
addition to the program, a Wolfe."This university was setup Lombardi! said during the determine what UF can afford to
student group was formed last by men, for men. The Women's meeting's closing speech. do. "There is no timetable,"
summer to support the program's Studies Program balances what But a few more words will be Encountering racial and ethnic Lombardi! said. "This is an endless
continuance, Wolfe said. The has always been an education for exchanged between UF faculty and discontent on campuses is nothingnew process.You've got to do this every
group the Women's Studies men." administrators when lombardi! for Lombardi!,who said he has day."

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F UNIVI PIAProduced I Ir Info, Jobs Given, On Office FinancialAid HoursAlthough CAM r US S THIS WEEK




UF's Office for Student Financial Affairs has now committed most i
1990-91 funds for campus-based programs, students can still apply for financial aid TODAY
__ through some programs. They include the federal Pell Grant program, (the RobertT.
Stafford Loan program(formerly Guaranteed Student Loans), the Parents Loan 7TH ANNUAL UF COMPUTER FAIR,
!by UF information and Publications Services 355 for Dependent Undergraduate Student program, the Supplemental Loans for sponsored by CIRCA, features represen-
Tigert Hall and paid lot at usual advertising rates to communicate tatives from equipment and
the Other Personnel Services computer
official notices and important Information to Students program, College Work-Study Program,
and who would like Stafford Loans for the software companies and NERDC information -
Students
students. faculty and stall Call 392 0186 information employment off-campus jobs.
available Student finan- sessions, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Reitz
Spring semester must apply by Oct. 12. Applications are at "
Union Ballroom. '
fairs in Anderson Hall.
MEN'S, WOMEN'S &: CO-REC FLAG
OFFICE HOURS FOOTBALL sign-up deadline today, for 'i''

Career Expo 90 The Office for Student Financial Affairs is open from 9:30: a.m. to 4:15: p.m. play beginning Sept. 19,214 Florida Gym.
weekdays. For students' convenience, the office has a drop box at the main entranceto to UF students, faculty, staff,
Anderson Hall. Students can place information such as applications, verification spouses. Call 392-0581 for information.
Helps Students documents, Pell Grant Student Aid Reports and award letters with revision requestsin LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO-

the box. QUIUM, "Agroforestry Potential in the i
Meet JOBS Amazon Basin, Brazil," by UF Latin
EmployersFall American Studies associate professor
Students interested in the school to
part-time employment during year can go
Marianne Schmink and Luis Antonio De
1990 Career Expo is Friday from 9:30: Student Employment, 20 Anderson Hall, to see what jobs are availa le. The officecan Oliveira of Brazil's National Institute for
a.m. to 4:30: p.m. in the O'Connell Center. provide students with part-time employment, both on and off campus, through Amazonian Research, 12:30: 376
More than 300 representatives from,150 College Work Study, Other Personnel! Services and off-campus job programs. Two Grinter Hall. p.m.
companies in technical, nontechnical and other student employment programs Cooperative Education and College Career
accounting fields will be on campus to Work Experience Program, are handled through the Career Resource Center. Only WEDNESDAY7TH
meet and recruit UF students. College Work Study and CCWEP require that students have financial need to be ANNUAL UF COMPUTER FAIR,
Freshmen, sophomores, juniors and employed. Up-to-date job lists are posted on bulletin boards in Anderson Hall, Tigert sponsored by CIRCA, features representatives
seniors are encouraged to investigate op- Hall, McCarty Hall and the Reitz Union.SHORTTERM. from computer equipment and
portunities for full-time and summer LOANS software companies and NERDC infor-
employment, internships and co-op ex- mation sessions, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Reitz
Through UF's short-term loan program, students can borrow from $50 to $400
as well as trends in the Union Ballroom.
job
perience cash, or the amount of in-state tuition. Short-term loans are for emergency educa-
market for their area of study BOTANY SEMINAR, "Colloidal Gold
tional and available to enrolled half-time students with valid
expenses are repay-
A designed to show students of
Pre-Expo Labeling Immuno-Globulin-Binding
ment sources. Interest is one percent month, and loans must be repaid by the
how to the most out of Ex- per Sites in B UF
,
Friday's Group
get Streptococci by
first day of the last month of the semester in which the money is borrowed. Fall
will l be held from 7:30 to soils scientist
po Wednesday : department biological Sylvia
semester loans are due December 1, 1990. Approval takes about 48 hours, and
9 p.m. in University Auditorium. Barry Coleman, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
students can apply at 8 Anderson Hall.
Shiflett, assistant director for business
placement at the Career Resource Center, NEXUS TAPES CONTINUING

will speak, and Martin Marietta Space Financial aid NEXUS tapes are available to give students information about financialaid REGISTRATION FOR UF ALL-IN-
Launch Systems Director Wendell Fields programs and application procedures. To use the system, students can call ONE PHOTO ID CARDS, 9 a.m. to 2:30:
a' will address career issues at PreExpo.For 392-1683 and ask for the tape they wish to hear. The tapes are updated periodicallyto p.m. at mobile unit next to HUB and from
a list of companies attending Fall Expo provide current information.Counseling 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. on the second floor
or additional information, contact Vicki of the Reitz Union. Students should bring
Tyson at 392-1601 or top by the Career Social Security card, picture ID and $5.
Resource Center, Room B-1,Reitz Union. Center Schedules Weekly For more information, call 392-UFID.
PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT by UF art
Small-Group Sessions For UF StudentsThe professor Evon Streetman, features black-
Community AgenciesSet and-white and large-format color photographs -

University Counseling Center is in a family where one or both parents Focus Gallery, 302 Fine Arts
Volunteer Drive organizing small counseling groups this abused alcohol or drugs.SELFCONFIDENCEWednesdays. Building C. Continues through Sept. 21, 8
fall for full-time UF students and their to 11:45: a.m. and 1 to 4:45: p.m. weekdays.
On Union North Lawn .souses/ Counseling ,Center psychologists 1:30: to 3 p.m. For students whose poor "WOMEN OF CONSEQUENCE USAfUSSR" /
will lead the weekly groups, com- self-confidence prevents them from asser- exhibit by photographer Marylu
UF students will get a chance to become prised of approximately eight students ting themselves in relationships or other Raushenbush, features 64 photographs of
more involved with the community dur- each, and potential group members must areas of their lives. American and Soviet women, Gnnter Gal-
ing"Volunteer Circuit '90," from 10 a.m. interview with a group s leader to par- STRESS BUSTERS-Thursdays, 1:30: to leries. Continues through Sept. 21, 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Wednesday on the North Lawnof ticipate. To sign up for an interview or for 3 p.m. For students who want to learn effective to 3 p.m. weekdays, 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays.ART .
the Reitz Union. additional information about the groups, techniques and approaches for managing EXHIBIT by Miami artist Barbara
The fair, sponsored by Omicron Delta contact the Counseling Center, 311 Little stress and anxiety. Covers test anx- Neijna, features sculpture, models and
Kappa, the Division Student Affairs Hall, 392-1575; iety, physical symptoms like headaches and drawings, University Gallery, S.W. 13th
and the Volunteer Center of Alachua Topics to be discussed and group meet- ulcers, and social anxiety. Also teaches St. Continues through Sept. 30, 10 a.m.
County, has been a regular fall event for ing times are as follows: general relaxation and focusing techniques. to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
the last three years. DROP-IN CRISIS SUPPORT GROUP- BUUMIA-Wednesdays, 3 to 4:30: p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays, 1 to 5
Some 35 agencies, including the Girls Thursdays, 2 to 3:30: p.m. Designed for For women obsessed with thinness and p.m. Sundays.
dub, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, American students who' need help/support/ in struggling with binge/purge/ eating MOSCOW ARCHrrECTORAL) SCHOOL
Cancer Society, Scouts, Comer Drug managing stress reactions to the recent behaviors. Discusses underlying exhibit, features models, drawings and
Store and AIDS Network will participate in tragedies. Students may attend one,or dynamics and coping strategies. photographs Architecture Building Gallery.'
the volunteer drive. Students may choose more sessions.SELFHYPNOSISMondays. SUBSTANCE ABUSE-Thursdays, 3 to Continues through Sept. 30, 8 a4:30:
volunteer work to meet their personal needs 3 to 4:30: 4:30: p.m. Students who have questions p.m. weekdays.
and to fit their class schedule: Gator Dining p.m. Using self-hypnosis for stress reduc- about their use, misuse or abuse of
Service will serve refreshments. tion and behavior change; five sessions. alcohol or other substances explore their:
For more information, contact the Of- FAMILY ISSUES-Tuesdays: 1:30: to 3 relationship to these substances. Sign Up Now For- Reitz
fice of Student Affairs, 392-1265. p.m. Focus on how family-of-origin prob- GAY SUPPORT GROUP-Tuesdays,
lems (alcoholic parents, parental divorce, 11 a.m. to 12:30: p.m. A Gay/Lesbian/ af- Union Leisure Courses

Register This WeekTo loss and poor relationships with parents) firmative support group dealing with Registration for fall-semester leisure
affect current relationships and methodsof issues related to life style!: relationshipswith courses, offered the Reitz Union Program ,
For students who have identified and by
coping. family significant others.
Vote In November family-of-origin issues. Office, will be from 9 a.m. to 6:30:

Florida Blue Key and Student Govern MATH CONFIDENCE-Tuesdays, 3 to first p.m.floor Wednesday of the Reitz and Union.Thursday on the
ment Affairs Cabinet, in 5 p.m. For students who have done well
Community coop Leisure courses, which to the
are
eration with the Alachua County Supervisor in other courses,but have difficulties with open
public, are informal,
inexpensive, :non-
of Elections, are conducting a fall voter, mathematics or math-related courses. 's News InformationUNIVERSITY credit classes that allow participants the
Learn how to stress &
registration drive this week on campus. overcome anxiety, opportunity to
improve or develop new
Registration booths will be open from and "psychological blocks. skills or cr fts.
9:30: a.m. to 2:30: p.m. through Friday at RELATIONSHIPS-Tuesdays, 1:30: to 3 Classes are offered in areas of arts
Little Hall, Matherly Hall, Turlington p.m. Explores personal problems relatedto ; p i and crafts, dance and exercise many ; food and
Hall, the College of Law and the first floor various kinds of intimate relationshipsand j00" beverage, music, language and recreation.
of the Reitz Union. Only a drivers license friendships. Course listings are available from the
is needed to register. ACOA-Tuesdays, :.3 to 4:30: p.m. A' Reitz Union first-floor information desk

For more information, call Student counseling/support/ group for students .. and in Room 3.10. For more information,
Government, 392-1665. who wish to explore the effects of living'" call Anne Muracdole, 392-1655.
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Help Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet 1 F for own rm/ba in 2br/2 5ba at Casablanca
14. ,Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: washer/dryer available In most units for Apt. lor rent Irg 1 br duplex Unlurn Partially furnished wa/dry pool &
$250/mo/ (turn $300 3 blk Irm Univ. Ave A. clubhs. $250/mo 1/2util. Call
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B 1 & 2 Bath + 335-3546.
1 15 Personals' :i::..'.' ONLY.Payment Five by dollar VISA or minimum.Mastercard $2SO-$375, sec & Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- 13 St. 321 NW 14 St. Call Bill days 377- 9-14-7-5
Canne'cllons' 76-2 9958 eve 3321781. 9-13-5-2
16 M.F830.4pm. 2 rooms avail. NW area 1 mile to UF M
"'17 Notices: INCREDIBLE 1 bdr/1 ba across Irom campus $275/mo n/s responsible student. Ac/wash/dry
: o How to correct Efficiency Apt. 203 NW 15th Street. Call 3780700. 9- own room nice. $185/mo. 371-6463
\18 Rides }tP': Starting at $185 13.5.2 377-1631 Alex. 11-13.5.5
:<:'*' cancel your ad: Starting at $235/2 BedroomMEADOWCREST
19 Pets < 1 bdrm, Quiet complex 1/2 mile Irom cam Roommate needed to sublet own room in
20 Lost & Fouynd Cancellations 110 NW 39th Ave pus. Full kitchen. $345. Call 372-3389 SW Apt. Nicely furmishtd. 1/4 utilities.
.... : 378-3988 or 3787392. 11.148.2AFFORDABLELuxurySecurity Call collect for more Info. 904-651-
n. r}: "'h. ,':-.. Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4 pm. 375-3861 1838.(Holly) 9-11-3-5
No refunds can be given. 12-14-76-2
Custom Iron sec doors/wndws. SW 1&2 3 bedroom house M/F roommate needed
o When will your ad run? Alligator errors: "Check Our New Specials bra, chandeliers, coil Ins, micro sensor- $190 per mo. + 1/2 utl. Have dog closeto
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. All Amenities Available lilt patio privacy Inc. From $260 331- campui. Call 372-4106 or 377.9751..
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 2099. 91452MOBILE 9-11-2-5
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY Roommates Available
Classifieds will begin TWO
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY We're No. 1 SERIOUS mature f student to share
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY, Corrected REGENCY OAKS HOMES: beautiful bdrm/2 1/2 ba Greenleal condoon
Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day. 376-5766 bus route. Flexible lease $225/mo +
Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after 3230 SW Archer Road 3 FOR RENT/SALE 1/2 utll. 373-2509. 9-18-85
placing the ad. Changes called in after COUNTRY GARDENS
THREE days to apPear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. 373-4500 2 bedroom / Iba trailer. Good place lor Housebroken apt. mate to share gorgeous
students, married. $250/mo.. Call downtown apt. 2bdr/2ba. All mod. conve
prefer
may run for any length of time 2001 SW 16th Street
niences. $24S/mo 373-7458 9-20-10-5
and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes: 12-14-76-2 378-6490. 9-12-5-3

Corrections must be made In person at Luxury SEAGLE bldg security own br/ba,
but
there be
Sorry can no re- The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. Tired of complex living? Try our 1 bedroom SUBLEASE Incredible view near campus. $285 +
funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. quadraplex. NW area No pets : utlt. Outgoing & Intelligent m/f 374-4309

372-2223.* $225/mo 9-17-5-2* Close to campus Call 4 HOUSE/APT. Matt. 9-12-5-5


Sublet 2bdr/1ba In M/F own furnished rm In 3 bdrm 2.5 bath
apt Vizcaya on 34th.
Close to campus-rent 355mo lor 9mot. pool lid. condo. Casablanca w/d/ micro,
200/mnth 1/3 util 336-4015 373 6589
+ or -
September free. Call 378-2651 M-F 9 to
WE ARE YOUR 9-12-5-4 Bob. 9-12-3-5

Roommate neede n/s Mill Pond condo
Sublease 2br/1ba Sep-Dec at 1700 SW
16 StSummlt( House) Very close to 1.5 miles from campus Own bdr/ba w/d.
COMPUTER SOFTWARE CENTER Shands/VA Hospitals. $375/month. pets OK. $22S/mo + 1/2/ util.! 336-
Call/leave message at 334-5029. 9-11-4- 5338day( ) or 335.11409.vI( ). 921.105

4
F/M to share room. $120. 1st & last mth.
J1J33V1 \ from UF. 338-1263. 9-7-15
Sublet Furnished Studio paid 1 1blk
Utilities IncludedPoolSafeNext
2 share furnished 2bdr/2ba
roommates to
Aldus Pagemaker Academic Edition 175.00 To Campus 378-2221 SW 1st Av.Calilmm.dlately apt. at Stoneridge Apts. $175 each 8?

DrawPerfect Academic Edition Rl.l $135.00 share utll. Call 336-8415. 9-12-3-5

Lotus 1-2-3 Academic Edition R2.2 S99.OO Sublease quiet 1br turn apt now-

Microsoft Windows 3 Academic Edition $ 89.00 Augl4l991. September tree, very closeto Female 1.5 mites roommate from campus.needed$100/mo own bedroom.+ 1/2

Excel for Windows Academic Edition 1139.00 UF ft post office. $269/mo/ call Wilson utilities. Call Jen at 372.5198. 9-12-3
334-5183
or 392-3850. 9-14-5-4
Word for Windows Academic Edition $139.OO

WordPerfect Academic Edition R5.1 $135.OO Sublease 1 bdrm apt only 3 blocks from Female roommates, needed to share
4bdr/3ba house and hot tub
w/pool ,
campus. Ac/heat/celling fan, pool.
3 miles Irom UF $275 Includes
washer/dryer
$269/monm 1-year leaseSept( free) Abl
utiltias 373-3247. 9-14-5-5
-t APP E'1
@ 378.4810.. 0-14-5-4

LAURELS l/ns lor own room/ba in
Aldus Pagemaker 4.0 Academic Edition $173.00 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE 3bd/3ba. Great am.nil,,,, .w/d. Sept.
Claris MacWrite II Academic Edition $ 88.00 paid-$250 dep.-$250 mo. Call 335.84871-
after! 5 pm. 9-14-5-5 .
MacDraw II Academic Edition $165.00 VILLAGE

MacPaint 2.0 Academic Edition $43.00 Roommates Available Need asap lem-non amok quiet and very
,
MacBundleMacWrite II Reserve your room for (all. studious roomt lor 2 bed 2 bath at Rocky
-MacDraw IIMacPaint ALL THREE Bus service to UF and SFCC. Point $219,50/mo. No petsl Call Immedi
ONLY $199.00 turn or unfurn. $175-$250 per room ately. Ask lor Lainle 335-7449. 9-13-3-5
2.0 matemonth.MZ .

Microsoft Works Academic Edition 193.00I88JOO Prop. Mgmt. Inc. Realtor 3750207. Female n/s wanted to share 2 bdr/2ba apt
Word Academic Edition 9-14-14-5 In SPYGLASS. Wanted Immediately. CalF

Excel Academic Edition 1137.00 335-5591. 9-14-4-5
Serious male student for 5 bedroom upstairs -

LIMITED TO U.F. STUDENTS. ACUL Y. S apartment with laundry 4 blocks to M/F roommates wanted to share spacious
'' ... ,,", '" UF. l60/mo + deposit + lease.. No pets. secure 5bdr/3ba/ house. 1 block Irom cam
; 'j'1 ; "r 4959024. 9-12-10-5 -
pus. Own room available. l75/mo + 1/5
/ \ uiil. 373-1242. 9.14.4SClassifieds.
.... """ I BRANDYWINE 1/2 mile to UF FUR '
MERCHANDISE 392-0194 BOOKS 392-3193 MON-FRJ 8SAT 11 .
NISHED 2bdr/1ba. $200/mo for own
f ::::::
PEN C JAMB DAYS ; 95 room + 1/2 bills mil Jacuzzi sauna .

.... .. '. ,, ,. .. weight room huge pool. Dennis 372- Continued on next page.DAY .
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ROOMMATES FOR SALE FOR SALECAR FOR SALE FOR SALE


Oct. HI, 2BO/1BA located In Millhopperarea DESKS (all sizes), Computer furniture, ALARMS Installed remote control 4.1 cu It refrigerator" v. good cond. with Wireless alarm systems lor apt. or house,
$175/mo, live with a professional Bookcases, File cabinets, Chairs (all I I any car truck or van fully guaranteed will freezer & Ice trayi. $65 3786905. 9-12- complete $349 5 yr warranty panic but
person, leave message please,373-6830. styles) t more In stock at guarnateed lowest demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes 2-6 ton, 120 decibel alarm. Call 372-0903 or
9-17-5-5 prices. THE OFFICE MART 690 NE sage. 10-19-38-6 3713956. 9-20-10-6
23 Ave. 373-7516. 9-19-17-6 MOVING. Must tell, living room stt,dressers
6 FOR SALE 0-BASS-car stereo specialist Warehouse dining table a chairs recliner, mattresses **** REFRIGERATOR ****
BEDS BEDS BEDS direct sales on all car audio equipment. Sharp 19' color TV, almost new. 12 cubic loot 2 door G.E. refrigeratorworks '
KMD NEW FURNITURE USED Gainesville' students 25% oil sales/Instal 371-2190. 9-14-4-6 well clean all shelves $160 delivered -
50 watt guitar amp w12Inch
Lowest Discount Prices lations. D-BASS 377-9615. 9-20-10-6
4504 SW 29th Ave
CELESTION speaker. HOT! Hardly
Dumas Discount G'ville FL 32608. 9-26-20-6 Vacuum cleaner Royal 2 yrs. old, $120.
used $140 OBO. Call' Rob: 37-GUMBY
10-7 M-F. 9-11-3-6 1421 NE 8th Ave. 371.4422 Excell.! cond., 372-0799 after 5 pm. 9- Papasans wicker rockers wicker bdr.furniture
g28248ADVANCED Ed's Warehouse Recycle 372-9718 14.4.8 baskets & more at warehouse
TYPESETTERVarltyper 5410. 2 Disk desks, bikes, ac, beds stereos, tool, prices. Sale Fri 9-6 & Sal 9-4 Interstate
drives, 2 film cassettes 2 film cannisters. Car Stereo Plus Offering: appl, lamps. Save furniture doors, speakers HANDGUNS FOR PROTECTIONS Mini-Storage 1 mi north ol Archer Rd Me-
Factory reconditioned unused in past 2 Harman Kardon Autotek JBL, Toshiba, tables couch. 428 NW 1st. 9-18-6-6 .38 Cal I Pistols-$175 Donalds 40th Blvd. 9-13-5-6
Crunch, Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125
Perfect for small
yrs typesetting jobs.Good
NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6 VW Camper poptop, 1977, 1800 cub. Excellent reliable Two CANNONDALE road bikes for sale
machine for small type shop. Systam protection comes com
cm., 78,000 miles. 2 double beds, sink, Good condition, low miles. 1 triathlon
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC Him & 6 font plete' with Instructional class and ammuni
Ice box, new back tires. $2300 obo. Must 334-8842. 9-11-36
dlska. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at DISCOUNT HI-FI selll) 335-2321 or 473-4013 call now. tion. Nick at 371.2488 (days) 371-4950 ready. Call
373-9926 lor more Info. (nights) 9-11-1-6
722 S. Main a The Red Bldg. Computer-IBMxt clone 20mb hard dr 5.25

Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more WE ARE CHEAPER Hotpoint refrigerator/freezer. 'frost free, Two Green Screen monitors Apple & 3.5 Hops amber monit, color graph
brands are all si our New Loeatlont Car 12-14-76-6 22 cubic ft.,only 5 yrs. old mint condition. modem Apple lie, disk drive, 16-guage card math copr, 2 ser 1 par & 1 game port
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- Only $385.was $8110. 482.0071 after 6pm shotgun pool cue ml case. Ask lor Steve DOS401 WPERFECTS.O, mouse opt.
or weekends. 9-11-5-6 $1000 332-6492 after 5. 9-13-4-6
,,2070. 12-14-76-6 CHEAP RADAR 336-6129. 9-12-5-6

MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146 Detectors a All Brands 375.4875
Editor's choice Hewlett Packard 9-24-20-6 Ceaser. Thomas Burns
Northgate. Price lower than mall-order.
Systems below include 1 mb 40mb ((28ms) **DESKS*** ((7)) $75 each

Harddisk, graphics monitor. MC 266/12 and 25 chairs $5 each. M SW, ir LOW/ LIKE Wu Hfil CsA &).,, YEAH i SHOCK our YAM 5fa> I IF 1 COtL

386/20$1195. MC$2399.386SX Leading' $1370 Edge laptop Northgate w/40. Call FREE 372-3336 GIFT WITH day 338-0004 PURCHASE alter 7 pm. If Rouses AW. IN. I S7e5Ar TICK VPCHICKS'LIKE 1 DRINK/ <<,

MB hd & battery $2395. 1 1112 year war 9-24-20-6 N / / THE eesrThe IT BE RJIC./N'/ cJP MCI
ranties. Onsite warranties. Panasonic PLACE TD RCh CHIC
VP S. ALL
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1180 printer' $185 HP Laser Jet lip ****AIR CONDITIONER***
I $1049. 3743 W. University' Ave. 12-14- 12,000 BTUs that (its & cools Cory/Dia HUN? L
76-6 mond Village Apartment under warranty
377-9615 9-17-15-6
4s
Crlmeatopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar
Detectors, Infinity, Sanaul, Sony,
Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo ELITECOMPUTER
We Beat All Prices 3733754. 12-14-76-
6

Nice clean modern furniture and antiquesall
at reasonable prices. Come take a SYSTEMSSimply
look. THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 511 SW
4th Ave. 372-6577. M/C VISA -AMEX. the b..lln quality
9-17-15-6 service and price. Cell 3351300.

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** ***AIR CONDITIONER* ***

II.rg'.1 small REASONABLE 377-9615. BOSS BEACH CRUISER. S-speed good by pablo

9-17-15-6 condition, rides great. $90. Call Arthur bird with o cMde

anytime. 375-8869 9-12-3-6
.. FUTON a FRAME

From only $200set.Call **Dorm Size fridge for sale,, like new. WE'LL BE
AI 3733127. 8-17-15-6 rent when for $50
Why you can own only
Call 3762567. Leave 9-14-5-6 RIGHT I
message.
Video player $55 loveseat $40, sturdy
bar $45,new Jensen car stereo $40. g71 JVC & Jarrard Zero-100 turntables, Stereo BACK
Volvo $2000. Call e-
runs great 3774622. cabinets wsmoked glass doors
9-11-3-6 Smith-Corona electric typewriter $50 ,
each. Acoustad electrostatic speakers
WOW-Kenwood dual cassette deck au- Model One + One acoustad twm-200
to'everse $200 Sony CD player $150 or .
amp $1500. Peavy KB-400 keyboard amp, .NNF.
both for $325. Call .
335-7404
not home
300 9-band
watts eq, 4 channels $325.
please leave message. 9-13-4-6 3716401. 9-14-5-6


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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE AUTOS SERVICES I


Pioneer Video Disk $250 DOD digital OAKTREE SHADZ: SNGLASSESRay Washer & dryer $300/set or best offer. Air 1966 MUSTANG LX 3-door. ac, ps, pb, pi AAA STORAGE

delay $50, D&D books(7)( ) $40 Over 2000 Ban $35, Vuarnet $45, Boll $40 etc. conditioner wheat ft air, new or used. sunroof cruise, tilt. $3900 negotiable Close to UF. Convenient
12' singles lor dj's rap, dance, ft tout 85' Call 335-6450 to save your money 9- Microwave cart $35. For more info, call Call alter 6pm. 475-2641 9-14-5-9 4x4x4 $15/mo/
.. $2ea or bulk disc Bob 378.4003. 9-17- 20-7-6 3723208. 9-14-5-6 4x8x8 $25/mo/
5-6 88' Honda CRX HF w/32000 ml, white w/ 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
CANNONDALE lor sale. Excellent condition WATERBED deluxe king SEMI-WAVE- blue Interior, 5-speed new Iront tires, 12-14-76-11

COMPUTER: AST 286 extended keyboard very lightweight many extras $525 LESS lights, headboard, drawers, rails great gas mileage, $6800 obo please call
Zenith VGA color monitor Panasonic David 334-6681. 9-11-36 $300 Call Bruce 3735922. 9-14-5-6 371-9886. 9-14-5-9 FREE* i
$1200 Call 3731667.
printer, Test
9-14-4-6 DARKROOM gear lor sale. Enlarger, BICYCLEbrand new 22.5 Ib Italian racing 1974 Alia Romeo Spider red convertible, Gainesville Pregnancy Women'sHEALTH

elec. timer, papersafe, negative tank, bike.Index uspeeds Columbus tubing excellent condition. Must sell $2300 or CENTER
Dorm size fridge-big 2.0 cu. ft. Like new. salellght & lots more $225 David 334- frame and fork. Asking $450/obo. 373- best oiler. Call 336-9302. 9-14-5-9 720 NW 23rd Avenue
Will deliver. $120 3354525. 9-13-3-6 6691. 9-11-3-6 3674. 9-14-5-6 377-5055
1984 FORD ESCORT. PERFECT CONDITION

Computer Terminal Wy e 50 with 2400 Puch moped Excellent condition. Low WATERBED FOR SALE supersingle. padded 5 sp AC 1600 OBO 3326858. 9-13- ABORTION BIRTH CONTROL(To 24 Wks)

baud modem. Dialup from home $150. miles Cover & u-lock included rail and heater $100 o.b.o. 336-8283. 3-9 Gynecology Services
372.8705 Dave. 1101 1-1.8 $400/neg 378-2066 Anne. 9-12-4-6 9-14-5-6
MOVING. Must sell, 1. Honda Accord LX 12-14-75-11"

Canon AE-1 w/ II .2 50mm lent IS.6 100- Alarm lor windows & doors, portable, lightweight ALPINE 1989. Better than new. 2. Plymouth
***R & R Pickup 4 Delivery professionalshippers
200mm zoom, 11.4 50mm dedicated Hath. simple to install, order 2 lor $20, Volare 1977. Excellent mechanical condition
'3215 w/Jbands ft 4 over 40 yrs. The neighborhoodcourier
graphic eq amps.20W
$175 obo. 372.8705 Dave. 9-11-1-6 372-0799 alter 5 9-14-4-6 371-2190., 9-14-4-9
of power. Get the best 4 your car G'vllle's been looking lorl 376-

Call Sebastian 332-9898 $150 I firm. 9-14- 80 Corolla 2dr a/c 110k. New 3391******
BIKE: Schwinn Varsity, 10spd over hold, CANNONDALE SR 500 Shimano 105, Toyota 4sp
new tire, lights, always garaged, exc. Scott aero bars, Matrix Icon rims, clipless 5-6 paint, brakes, tires. Very good cond. Records 9252011COLLEGE i

shape $79. 376-1652. 9-12-2-6 $500 call Bob 376-6141 Iv. message. 9- are avail. $1500. Call 336-5967 or $ MONEY. Private scholar
13-5-6 7 REAL ESTATE 336-8702. 9-13-3-9
shipsl College Scholarship Locators pob
MUST SELLIII New tingle bed new microwave
chair lamps, end table, 10 Dodge Colt 1933 manual 60,000 miles. 1881 Joplin. MO 64802-1881 800-879-
drafting Computer-Atari 520ST like new, mouse, GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair 7485. 12-14-75-11 I
speed bike. Please call 336-7008 or 335- 3.5 drive, monochrome, Incl software, Good condition New brakes, new clutch,
Delinquent tax Repoteetelone. -
) property.
new tires. Asking $1200. Call Jin Xiong III t
2078. 9-14-4-6 manuals. Great for word $125
processing 805-687-6000 students-
Your area ((1)) Hunter Showbarn now accepting
obo Call 392-2676 or 336-4571 91339Renault
3746542. 9-12-5-6 Ext. OH-9480 for current repo (let. 9- Past UF equestrian coach, Boarding,

Hang HUNGRY ut a?line LOFT for 8 or 10 It ceiling w/ shell & 11-11-7 Fuego I 1982-50K very good cond, working 472-3142 students 10.g.30-accepted. Farrell Farms

Get two large pizzas for only $8.99 counter; prof.) built UF approved. Will deliver 1656 SW 16 St-Somerset Village 2bdr/1/ well kept, have records Great stereo, a/c,

Call today. Gator Pizza & help assemble. $120 obo 377- 1/2 ba w// loft refurbished, 1 block from pwr steering. w/bra./ $1850obo 332-2199
9-11-4-9' *TOTAL SECURITY*
3728202. 9-17-5-6 9058. 9-12-3-6 Shands. $55,000, $5500 down, good
terms Call Jim or Betty 904-344-3701 or Scout system. for apartments : mini
Centiron racer LeMans rs 12spd $250. COMPACT WASHER AND DRYER stand 726-7096. 9-11-10-7 FORD ESCORT 87, white, tinted windows door/window/ alarms: home systems avail
Mount, bike gt outpost 18sp $250. Both up Frigidaire $150 Call 373.2498. 9-14- am/lm/tape, cruise control, able. 335.0100 9-85-11
excl condo 2 Rocklord Fosgat lOin subs. 5-6 power/tilt steering.. Great condition
$150. 462-1623. 9-14-4-6 8 MOTORCYCLES $3800 Obo. Call 378-5017.' 9-12-4-9 Marlboro Farms. Quality horse boardingon

Brand new Hunter AT bike lor sale. Don't 50 acres. Riding ring trails. Individual
5 loot love seat. tan. exc. condo Call Jason need and selling lor $220. Lve mess. 377- 1985 Yamaha RZ350. Exc cond & extra 1985 Mazda Rx7 GSL-SE 5 speed, 57000 turnout, concrete block barn. 6 miles west
3350772. Leave message. 9-14-4-6 4155. 9-17-5-6 parts.Toomey exhaust/have original. One mi. loaded air, sunroof pwr window stereo Oaks Mall. Stalls, pasture, or lull board.
of a kind 2-stroke $1800neg Ray 335- sport, wheels, mint condition., 4724313. 9-24-13-11
9312/332-9268 9-12-9-6 $7,500. Neg 3761364. 9-12-4-9


DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited Honda Spree 1985 runs great electric 10 WANTEDLocal *SELF Gas Dispensing PROTECTION Flashlight*

start helmet included $250, call 335-3852 sprays capsicum gas, disables and
by Trude Michel Jaffe leave message 9-11-3-8 marks attacker w/dye/ lor police.
Gems Class
Artist needs: GOLD, ,
Dual Use aims Gas
ACROSS 3 Harrow rival 32 Thaw 45 Present times Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine Flashlight
MOPED REPAIR Looks harmless & Ills in pocket
1 Singer Joan 4 Zooms 33 Doubly tender 47 Small wave Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10
Precision Small Engine. Pickup ft Delivery Send $18 10 GSI 1021 2nd St.
5 Wharves 5 Basic school 36 Trattoria staple 49 Temptress available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, Covington, IN 47932-1004
10 Melville captain text 39 Breakfast treat 51 Short-billed rail across Irom Alley Katz 336-3825. 9-28- 11 SERVICESNW 9-17-6-11'

14 Italian wine 6 Charged from Philly 52 Styptic 14.8 ...
sector particle 40 Shorebird 53 Forum garb Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave NAILS BY VONDELL

15 Copland ballet 7 Advantage 42 Tipplers 55 Black 9 AUTOS near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 3131 NW 13 SI. 377-1763
$20, 10% dl.c.lo students. 332-8917. 12- Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil
score 8 Checks a la 43 Amelita 56 Selves
Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only
14-76-11
16 Observe Cordero --Cure! of 57 Dominate 1980 FORD F-150 PICKUP EXCELLENT '10-5-20-11"

17 Visiting 9 "Sweeney opera 58 Sail support CONDITION. $2395/Best Offer Call 37V SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
9-14-13-9
1073.
19 Graf Todd" fame 61 Actor O'Neal Get confidential testing and treatment at Horse Boarding 45 acre larm friendly professional -

20 Two-wheeled composer 1989 NISSAN PULSAR burgundy/grey 5- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881, 12- care In peaceful' surroundings.Daily .

carriage 10 Actor Michael ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: speed, air, am/lm. brand new condition, 14-76-11' turnout grooming and TLC. 462-

21 Flyleaf of "Broken 1WAGER M A M EEC B B under warranty. Call 338.4055 between 5127. 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS

23 Lager holder Arrow" E L A I T E 0 X EN. R A R A 8am and 4.15pm.:' 9-14-13-9 ** GATOR MOVING ** FOR COL.

25 A Belafonte 11 Furious 0 I MAG HIT I THE H A I Y Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng I- LEGE Are available) Millions go unclaimed
.TOYOTA SUPRA1984Auto.LoadedGood**
26 Annoyed 12 To :: ideal STY ALAS RIO G U E S condl- Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves Long dls.Llclns. yearly. 1.800.334.3881
31 African 13 It's / Harry/Bill 374-4791.' 121478.11
on tap "11-19-50-11 I
.. TOW MYIN A. tlon/$4.1150/Ph.377.9818. 9-13-10-9'
antelopes Slammer
34 Clothe 22 Laurel and S WAS T I K AS. A R RAY 1981 TOYOTA STARLET Good running SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons HOME SECURITY LOCKS. Security
TOP HAT. AGO NNE T E boarding woodser facilities Peepholes, Patio door locks, doorguards,
35 Conical tents: Hardy e.g. condition new tires ft shocks $1000. Call
hay rides parties sales working ft deadbolts installed Under $25 for each
T H VAS A
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Var. 24 Reach 375-0373 alter 6 pm. 9-6-5-9 3758080.
466-3224
students accepted.
item installed. Call Bob 3357270. 9-14-
37 Logic or 26 Fictional E LEA R GO. A L II C E S '12-14-76-11 5-11 I '

graphicbeginning elephant W REI C K E N T R E C HAT ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW I'
RATES low payments, last drivethru -
27 Bouquet A R HMO A F. service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 *SUNBELT MOVING* NOVA STUN GUN '

38 tuba 28 Visiting M 0 N G 0 L .IJ, US T.O P T 377CARS. We care. 9-17-10-9 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. Sale! Effective! Nonlethallsend
$89 $3 S.H to I 114 I Lahoma
39 Energy 29 Idle talk APE N N I N I E S. 0 I P R A H 1' ItemHouse lull. Local/Lng dist. MI 48915 517.484.8807 I
40 Mideast title 30 Nutritionists'Y Nissan Stanza '82, Auto, A/C 4D, HB, Llc/lns. Priced lor Students! Marty 375- Lansing
LIE. A B I E L. U RAN 0 9271311CONCEALED I
41 Elec. unit I concerns cruise control, JVC stereo 83,000 miles, MOVE. '12-14-76-11
AILTUYL. DlAlHlE TlYlLlElRl
42 Dundee excellent condition $1750 373-7641 WEAPONFIREARMSPERMIT

denizens 9/11/90/ / Susan. 9-13-5-9 HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm ft COURSE Comprehensivecourse

43 Ballerina's Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care ft certified instructor. Addresses *
by police
1987 DODGE CHARGER black. 5-spd,
3767762.
facilities. 15 min from UFI Jan
quality a/c, am/lm 68000 miles. Excellent condi- fl.14-14-11 safety, laws, avoidance techniques
44 Condor or eagle 14 15. lion. $3800. 3788574. 9-12-5-9 To apply for a permit you must be
46 Steel millworker BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION! CS certified. Centralmk Security, Inc. Office

1984 Pontiac Bonnevllle 4 door good con Military tear gas ft personal protection 1-673-0509 paging service 1-800-226-
48 Jots dition $2650 low mileage call after 8am Into. Keychain unit or home canister 3477, pager number 291-5041 9-17-5-

50 Trouble before' 9pm 9-13-5-9, $17.95' each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok. "
. Visa/MC phone orders) Sent Immediately! 11Classifieds.
51 Small point of 1986 FIERO SE black sunroof 56.000 Sallle Cain, Action Seminars, 6141' .

land original miles. In perfect condition. Must Parklorest Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call Continued on next page. I
54 Toolbox Item A Z7 3z 33 sell-best oiler. Call 3775528. 9-13-4-9 504-751-0495

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SERVICES HELP WANTEDNEED HELP WANTEDEarn HELP WANTEDFlorida HELP WANTED


PROTECT YOURSELF I INSTANT BUR- EXTRA MONEY? $150Fundraising Book Store has positions open In
GLAR ALARM: Hang on any doorknob In GainesvilleOcala area. Sell 'GATOR' opportunity lor your group or the Gatorwear Department. II you are energetic EARN $35This
set & anyone trying to open door sets oil PRODUCTS. Licensed by U of FL Call quick cash lor yourself.' Distribute popular mature, and a good student, we
loud siren-like noise. Regular $27.50; ART Arts Graphics, Inc. ((305)) 946-2001 student magazine on campus in 1-2 may have just the opportunity for you. week for your blood plasma donation
Now UI.D5. FLASHLIGHT ALARM: Fitsasily 8-11.-10-13 days. Call Mr. Wilkinson at 800-342- Apply at 1614 W. University Ave. 9-11-6- with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZED
into lor 5118. 9-11-3-13 system allows you to donate In 1/2 the
pocket or purse; wrist strap 13
allY use; one end flashlight lor walkingin Read books at home I time! Study while you donate or watch
dark other end has loud siren to call $100/Tltlel Guaranteed! Part Time Delivery and sales help SOCCER COACHES and GYMNASTICS videos. Free Parking. Gainesville Donor
for help Reg. $17.50; Now $10.95. Add Free 24-hour recording: wanted. Must be strong, healthy and self INSTRUCTOR wanted lor YMCA. Call the Center Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave, 378-
$2.00 s & h. Send order w/ck or m/o to ((415)289-9691) g18.15.13SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS starting Friendly atmosphere. 14.50hrto YMCA for more Info 378-7172. 914913BE 9431 M-Th8-7Frl8-5Sat8-2. 12-14-67-
Current Marketing 5726 Cortez Rd. W., start. The Wood Stove, Inc 2031 NW 13
Ste. 111, Bradenton, FL. 34210. Orders 6th St. No phone calls. 9-13-5-13 ON T.V. many needed lor commercial
shipped w/in 24 hours of receipt. 9-12-5- Need HELP for Booming Business *. Now hiring all ages. For castingInfo. Campus rep needed to post flyers on
11 Excellent Pay in 4-10 hrs/week Sitter needed lor'10 ft 11 yr. olds Call ((615)779-7111) 1 Ext. T235. 9- campus. Make up to $1000 per semester
Call 375-4875. Wednesday t Thursday afternoons, some 11-M3 Call ((813)837-3003) leave message. 9-
Sell Defense Classes. Open to all. 9-25-21-13 evenings t weekends. Call 332-7200 12-5-13
Begin Sept. 17. Mondays 5:30-7:30: : pm. leave message. 9-14-6-13 FAST FUNDRAISING PROGRAM
8 wks. No Charge Gainesville School ol Earn extra cash: Driver needed M-F to & f 1000 In one week. DRIVERS NEEDED
Karate. 1215 NW 5th Ave. 9-12-4-11 from Citrus County area. Compensationnegotiable. ON CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT Gstor Din- Earn up to $1000 1 lor your Days and Nights. Flexible schedule. Calltoday
Call Angela 1-637-6049. 9- Ing Multiple locatlona. Stop by 160 campus organization. Plusa lor Interview. Gator Pizza 372-
Experienced, amateur exercise riders. 12-10-13 Relti Union or Broward Beech Club. chance at $5000 morel' 8202. 9-17-5-13
Expenses, call lor information 472-3777. Student ", .n.gerl') service personnel This program works) NoInvestment
9201011Zxpenenced' Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate free meal with ahlttl D.' 1.3-13 needed. Call NOW HIRING On Campus Little

In new drug study for treatment of 1-600-932-0528 Ext. 50. 8-12-2-13 C....,'. of UF, Food Prep-Makere-De-
horse trainer show experience athlete's foot. Call 3315379. 9-26-20- Social Chairman/woman to book organ livery Personnel. Your own vehicle not
Arab horses, lor information 472- 13 ized parties. $100-$150 per party plus Gain the competitive edge with career related neceseary. Stop by 160 Reltz Union.
3777. 9-20-10-11' benelits., Unlimited opportunities. Call work experience. Attend the co 9-11-3-13
HOUSEKEEPER/NANNY pt/lt/ mature, now 3741700. 9.24.10.13ATTENTlONp.rf.cl op/Intern job 1.lr. Thurs.. Sept 13.
own fluent ,
SECURITY SYSTEMSat transportation English some 12.30-3.30: : In the Rein Union ballroom A.
nights & weekends. Top salary. Interview
an affordable price. Call Davy Enterprise 9-12-2-13 BUSINESS
ft relerences.' 3770556. 8-14-9-13 for students Mf5:30.g:30
336-5636. 9-24-10-11'
: : pm phone sales, hourly wagesplus
Live In Manhattan) Excellent salary, now bonus Friendly atmosphere. After PEACE CORPSTHURSDAY 14 PERSONALS
TYPING through June. Teach life skills ft conversew ipm 3783238. 9-12-3-13
/ sweet 14-yr-old learning disabled boy SEPT. 13
COMPUTERS terminals pc't, buy sell,
12 SERVICES after school. Days free from 8am-4pm. American Credit Card wants sell-starting 12 noon-fpm 1 trade, rent a repair. Great prices, QUALITY
Opportunity to attend school or work as entrepreneur groups/Individuals/ to mar Reitz Union 150FGBrownbag CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12147614 -
paralegal In husband's office. Reler ket credit cards on paying high
campus Lunch t Discussion wrecruit/
Typing reports business legal A
Call D. Chill 212-818-8632.
ences. days
resumes A cassettes transcribed applications est commission 18007628286. ers ft returned volunteers. For more Info
letters A notary .etc. Available 9-11-6-13 911213The 3921845. 9-13-3-13 Drug Raid Seizures. Buy dirt cheap-cars,
computers, vcr'i, stereos, etc.guaranteed. -
24 hours/7 days3722777. 12-14-76-12
Phone survey work, part-time flexible eve MEKONG restaurant needs waiters GUARANTEED WORKI I TOP PAY! HON- Rush stamped envlp. Fed Publications
& wkd hrs, hourly wage + bonuses. Callor and waitresses. Apply In person at 4421 EST/LEGITIMATEI Assemble
MICRO Typing 3760339. Full & / products at : 3501 S.W..24th Ave Dept Ill,
atop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave NW 25th Place (behind Hardees913) .
sell service computing. Typing starts & home 904-686-3634 4110. 0-11-1-13 9-11-1-14"
3724028. 9-14-7-13
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A $2.50/hr A 15/page Laser typeset
graphics A spell check A theses A --------------- --,

papers special characters A employment ,
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Resume House 371-6148. 12-14-76-12' Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, jobs, etc. to be listed In a .
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Typing/Word processing. WordPerfect explains the .tep-by..tep manner In which to place an ad and will help I I I I I I I 1
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Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. N 2 0
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University Ave., between; 8 am and 4pm. weekday. Our trained friendly I l' =
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to earn while you learn, II so then call 1 1
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the following classes: ACQ 2001, ACG 1 OFFICE USE ONLY
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15 PERSONALS PERSONALSBaseball PERSONALS 16 CONNECTIONSTHE LOST fe FOUNDLOST


Vuarnt/Carrer/Ray-Ban/Gtor. Great cardsbuyselltrade DEODORANT Stonel All-Naturall Guaranteed .
pric s-rtg or rx sunglasses. The Optical / to keep body odor away or refund WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, Nice, adult female cat black w/
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ava. 1 call Jell 378-1858 after' 5 money! 1995. Save over $60 a year. 372-6724 Old esoteric books, astrology white feet chin ft neck Last seen near
block from Ala Gen. 12-14-78-15' 9-14-10-15 Last over 1 year! D.F. Schools, Inc., readings crystals, minerals, and more. 2200 NW 11th Ave on August 15. $100
P.O.Box '163, Gainesville, FL. 32602- 9171516GAY Reward. 338-0513 9-12-5-20
Natural Food and Vitamin DEFEND YOURSELF 0163.' 9-12-5-15
Blrkenitock Sandal Mace-type pepper spray w/key/ ring. ? Bl? QUESTIONING? LOST Gold heart bracelet w/diamonds/ &
Sunflower Health Food To order tend $10 check to Pyshic nationally known GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 tire rope chain safety lock. Great sentimental
i 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 Suncoast Supply POB 10 "1150 Medium 44 yrs Radio + TV, taped. Info/Referral/Consultation 12-14-76-16 value- REWARD! Call 373.5396. 9.1.4.,
12-'78-5 12 St. Eagle Lake FL 33839 By App. only. Call 336-9154. 20
..Stun Gun also available.For '10-3-20-15 BODYBUILDERS!!!!)
PREGNANT? Don't gu.... Get Immediate Info call ((813)299-6669.) FOUND: Kitten, black & grey w/ no tags.
test results from a reliable source 9-14-9-15' TEEN FASHION MAGIC Attend our course on contest prep. Every Found on 8/30 near Little Hall. Approx 3
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 12- Confidence, sell-Improvement, fun) Sat '10am Gainesville Gym 376-8400. 10- mos. old. Call to ID: 375.9024 leave mes-
'14-78-15' ATTENTION STUDENTS Girls 9-17 6 wks. $85. Starts 3-25-16' sage. 9.11.3.20FOUND ,
Protect yourselt-'Peace of Mind' offer soon at Maai Bros. Call 378.5904
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? our 50.000 volt Guardian Stun Gun w/belt 9-14-6-15 "How I Got Into Graduate School with a : Paperback book on top floor of
Get special student discount on exam clip at a special emergency rate of $44 95 2.38 GPA" 1000 words $3/SASE. CJ. Box Nuclear Sciences BUilding. Call to ID:
and all supplies at, PLANNED PARENT- + $3.25 .&h, we accept m/c + visa Call Marlene, let's get together Sunday I know 2785. Arlington. VA 22202. 9-12-10-16' 335-9207 afternoons or evenings. 9113-,
HOOD. 3770881.' 12-14-76-15 1-600-879-8387 ,12noon 7:30pm: I Iloid you I had to do laundry, bull I called 20
edt. All order hipped US mail w/in/ The Gainesville Laundry at 3724932. EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease
Permanent Hair RemovalCall 46hr. 9-volt battery not incl. "DON'T They picked it up & brought It back the treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum, FOUND. Female puppy tiger striped
Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for WAIT UNTIL IT'S TOO LATE I'. 9-14-9-15 next day all for just 65 /lb. So if you're optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 376-1288 approx 9 months old, mutt friendly &
Info about the PERMANENT removal of planning to do laundry Sunday DON'TI 9-28-20-16 housebroken Found 9/1 near Macintosh.
unwanted facial & body hair. 374-<1307. MACE Protect yourself! Immobilizes CALL THEM INSTEAD and let's me 6 you Call 1-2366621' 9-11-3-20
12-14-76-15' an attacker. Send $15 cash, check, go party. 9-135-15' FEMALE & MALE SOCCER PLAYERS '
money order, credit card f 'to: Campus NEEDED for co-ed City League soccer FOUND: Pair of sunglasses in blue case
STUDENTS GET CASHSFor Safety 976 N. McClean Blvd., Elgin, IL POSTER SALE. Biggest and best selec team. Call 336-6208 after 8 pm or 372- on 9/4 outside of Matherly Hall Call to ID:
Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's 60123. 9-25-15-15' tion. Choose from over '1000 different Im 0213. 9-11-6-16 336-9611. 9-11-3-20
372-1226.211 W. Univ. Av*.-next to Central ages. ROCK, OLD MASTERS (Monet
CIIy. 12-14-76-15 AIKIDOI Learn to defend self usingopponent' Dall Van Gogh Picasso, Etcher, FOUND: German Sheperd about 5 mos
.e.e. 2 The beautiful man In the purple
fore. Free classes Matisse old on SFCC campus Found about a
startingnow. Wyeth, & hundreds morel),
t-shirt on m. nits w/glasses at U.C. Club
SAVE ON RAYBANS 6r8 Tu, Th, Fri. Women's Gym. 378- MOVIE POSTERS. BEATLES. SPORTS, PI. Write to pob 5023 Gville 32605. month ago Call 332-1893 9-11-3-20
University Optician 8917. 9-12-5-15' DANCE, CARS SCENIC LANDSCAPES,
.e.e. 9-19-10-16'
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 MUSIC. SKIING PERSONALITIES (Einstein FOUND: Keys In t 1st floor women's handicapped /
'12-14-76-15' GUNS! GUNS! GUNSI James Dean, Marilyn Monroe and bathroom in Little Hall on 9/5 Call
others TRAVEL HUMOR WHITE CLOUD -just In-Arkansas to ID: 3366982. 0-12-3-20'
'1800 Gun Inventory ), ROMANCE,
FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC Over 500 handguns In stock PHOTOGRAPHY (Ansel Adams TalbouiOthers quartz, Malachite, Emerald & Ruby crystals
Serving UF since 1977 Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair ). MOST IMAGES ONLY $5 AND $8 Tourmaline, Beautiful Candles. 9- FOUND: set of keys at Blockbuster Videoon
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Tues, 9/4./ Call to ID. 336 9736. 9 '12-
13-5-16'
Most' Insurance accepted Reloading Supplies 466-3340 each! See us at FIRST FLOOR REITZ 3.20
2 block from UF 1107' SW 2 Ave. Harry Beckwith. Gun Dealer UNION on MONDAY SEPT '10-FRIDAY
Dr. Steven Schargel 8 mi. South ol G'villa on 441' SEPT 14 between 9am-Spm. This sale FOUND-Lid,
373-7070 Also 'Indoor pistol range sponsored by REITZ UNION PROGRAM 18 RIDES watch-GPA/Turlington/
wall Aug 31. Contact Todd at' 374-6579 to
Handicap facilities COUNCIL. 9-14-5-15
**GET A GRIP*** II.- ".-.-'.'.!-! $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 one way. 6 identify 912-3-20

Call ACTS 376-7105 Stun Gun-Buy wholesale 65 Kvolts $50 yrt. of weekly Frl/Sun but trip. Pets ok, FOUND: Contact lenses in blue case outside
The Spirit-filled TRUST GOD'S LEADING. FOR AN IN- Incl. compact unit batt safety switch, pkg transported GMG trans 336- CSE on 9/6 Taken to Student Activities
Campus Ministry SPIRATIONAL MESSAGE DIAL 378- wrist, strap pocket clip & p&h. 1 yr warr 7026/305-266-3788 9-24-20-18 Center on 3rd floor Reitz Union.
3359. 9.14.4.15BACKPACK 904-237-2130.' 0-21-10-15' 0-12-3-20
******MUKAI PRINTS!**** ***

Joneiy 318/360; Victoria AP; SummerXVI SALEAll UMBRO SHORTSYou 19 PETS FOUND: black lab puppy on 9/1 in Duck
; Lisa XIII. Call 336-9306. 8-11-10-15'
Jansport & Eastpak backpacks on sale love Umbro shorts? We've got bunches Pond area. Call to I I.D. collar at 3723848.
SKYDIVE nowl! Tons of styles A colors to choose of 'em. Virtually every style color & MARLBORO FARMS. Quality horse board- 0-12-3-20'
from, all with lifetime warranties. Lloyd size in stock with competitive prices.Lloyd Ing on 50 acres. Riding ring, trails, Individual
Skydive with The Wllliston Skydivers 338- Clarke's 1504 NW 13 St. 9-14-4-15' Clarke Sports 12504 NW 13 St. 94.4.5 turnout, concrete block barn. 6 miles LOST: CAT 6 month old white female w//
7970. 12-14-73-15 west Oaks Mall. Stalls, pasture, or full grey ears paw & grey striped tail, bluV
board. 472-4313. 0-24-20-19' eye*. Recently spayed scar still visible
Protect Yourself From the Killer! Amazing
The Reitz Union Barber and Style Shop
Last seen 9/3/90 on 300 block NW 34 Dr
will be Mon.-Thur. Frl. 8-5 and chain burglar alarm attaches to door or
open MARDI GRASParty BABY BOA CONSTRICTORS captive Rewardl 378-1875 or 392.8064. 9-14-5-
Sat. 0-2 lor the Fill semester. Stop by or window. Strong chain prevents entry, born. $125. 495-9024. 9-12-10-19' 20
loud alarm blast Rush $11.95 to Fleming
392-1610' lor with
an appointment one with 2200 other Gatorsl
ol our eleven super hair stylists or one ol Co., 1108-E Ivyston Sq., Chesapeake Tour Includes: R/T/ bus, 2 nights Stop living in fearl! Top quality trained FOUND: German Shepherd mix, appx 1yr
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BREWERfrom that sometimes things will g o[ may be part of his current success.
page 20 wrong and you have to learn to liv e "Well,you have to be so mentally
with them," Brewer said. tough to play the game of footballs UPI Top 25
Knights. This past season at the Cardinal it helps you in baseball because its SEC Standings The United prove International. tetrt rfCoMhn/ '
Top JJ eoMoe oejrt .n nge, ale. era>..Ht
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Brewer batted .251 in 144 Louisiana State
the way the game ended up, game said.Arnold 1-0 2.0-1 lot woond,tic.)end bet Mk'a ranking.
former UF coach Galen Hall said, with 12 home runs and 83 RBI. agreed, saying Brewer Tennessee UF 0.0 1.0 1. Notre Dam ((30)) ((0-01861) 2
defending his move to put Brewerin On top Brewer's offensive pre:>. "didn't get rattled under pressure, Auburn 0-0 1.0 2. Florida Slate ((10)) '1-0)) 047 3
the "We at that time duction., he is considered an excellent I- I think____ because._ __ n" of n his n__ footballbackground. Mississippi 0.0 1-0 3, Auburn (((1) t t01) 818 4
were 0-1
game. nn. Kentucky 0.0 4. Southern Cal ( ) 1-0)) 47a 5
ahead 28-7. I think it was very defensive Vanderbih 0-0 0-\\ 5 Michigan ((0-0)) 462 I
unfortunate, but I don't look at it player."He's. Brewer will con Georgia 0-1 0t t 6 Tennessee ((2-0-1)441,) 8
MIss. 51. 0.1 O-t 7. Brigham Young ((2)) ((2-0)430) I.
out tinue to base-
as Rodney Brewer's fault. an Brewer play Alabama 0.0 O-t S Nebraska ((1)1) ((2-0 421 a
Unfortunately, many fans do. standing defensive was ball as long as he 9 Colorado ((1-0.1)305') 7
player at first is 10 Miami ((0.1)') 290 1
While UF fans may never forgetnor called up to play playing on a professional Upcommin I schedule (Sept 15)) 11. Virginia ((2-0)272) 13
forgive Brewer for 1985, base. said Ted level. (AII 1 times ) 12. Teas MM ((1-0)) 188 11
Simmons, directorof for the St. Louis "Well, hopefullyuntil OF at Alabama 1240p m.Auburn 13 ( ) 111
State ((1-0)) 114
Brewer has gone on to bigger and at Mississippi; ,2 p m. 14 Ohio ( ) 14
better things to say the least. player develop- Cardinals in you can get Southern MIss al Georgia, t p m. 15. Arkansas\ ((0-0)) 7a 15
ment for the Cardi- Sep- up into the show Indiana II Kentucky, 1 130 P m. 18 Arizona ((1-0)) 48 z
Currently, Brewer is playingfirst Miami(OhIO) at LSU. 1 P m. 17. (tnTexas) ((1-01) 25 23
base for the St. Louis Cardi- nals.On tember. (major"leagues) Cat St. Fullerton II Mill. St.,7 P m. 17. (it.)llinois! ((0.1'' 2S 12
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n chances of playingin 20. Washington ((1-0 20 18
Brewer has played In theCardinals' the for It has taken 21. UF ((1-0)) I. 23
major leagues more
22. Michigan Stan ((0-0)) 15 23
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since leaving UF in 1987 and was Arnold says, "He certainly has the towns such as Johnson City and 24. Arizona Slat r.ol: ) 8 z
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month when rosters were ex- Simmons headed in the right direction for a 0wnieoiMng. ._-MIrytr4,Dragon,south
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come his miscues on the playing chance to play in the big leagues," There's no guarantee that he mons said."But he's definitely progressed
fields of UF. he said. won't be back in the minors next and we're pleased with
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I Volleyball. team wins third straight"'" ., downs USF I

By MIKE SCHULTZ and floor leader Steffi Legall, the keep our composure despite some for the Gators with 13 kills. lineup.
Alligator Writer Gators beat the stubborn Bulls 3-1 strong runs by USF," said UF.assistant Starting in place of Legall, UF McReavy said that Gators setter
to improve their season record to coach Mary Jo Peppler. freshman Nikki Vogt shined in her Heidi Anderson had another
Maintaining momemtum from 32.The The Gators were once again led first start with nine kills and 10 strong match,recording 36 assists
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ball team rolled over the South Bulls in four games, 16-14, 15- 4, and 17 digs.Kristin digs.As
Florida Bulls Monday night in 13.15, 1S.9. it was this weekend, servingwas UF will face USF again Fridayin
Guetzkow, who UF a key for the Gators, who recorded the Florida 4 Tournament
Tampa. "We were able to maintain our coach Marilyn McReavy said is Im- 12 service aces against a hosted by Florida International
Playing without outside hitter winning personality tonight, and proving every game, was second smaller, less experienced Bulls' University in Miami.

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I Tide will 2:0: without too two backs against UF I
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this in Tuscaloosa. their passing Birmingham Ala., when UF won 23-14.
Alabama's list of troubles got longer Mon matchup Saturday game."I
day when starting tailback Siran Stacy un- don't think we're going to change our The Tide leads the series 16-6. Alabama,
derwent surgery for a knee injury he Ginn game plan a whole lot," Hollingsworth said. however, disputes this record, saying a 29-0
suffered in the Crimson Tide's upset loss to NOTEBOOKTheir "We have all the confidence in the world in Tide win in 1904 makes the series 17-6.
Southern Mississippi Saturday. Chris. I still expect we'll be able to move the UF designates 1906 as its first season of
Stacy, a senior who will miss the remain- ball running." intercollegiate play. Prior to 1906. UF con-
der of the season,tore a ligament in the backof Anderson, however, isn't so sure about sidered football a club sport.
his knee during the third quarter of injuries should force true freshman his new duties. E .
Alabama's 27-24 loss. Chris Anderson into action as the starting "It's going to be a real big burden," Anderson
"I was looking forward to a big year," tailback.Anderson's inexperience could put said. "Siran was a great back."I Saturday's game at Bryant-Denny Sta-
Stacy said. "I just have a lot of emotion, a lot extra pressure on the Tide, who dependedon planned on playing a little bit my fresh- ,dium, which starts at 12:40: EST will be
of disappointment right now." Stacy for much of their rushing yardagelast man year. (But) I think I've got to grow upa televised nationally by TBS. The game also
I" Stacy's backup, Derrick Lassic, also was year. little bit faster than I'd thought. will be telecast throughout the state by
injured in Saturday's game against Southern But Alabama quarterback Gary Sportschannel Florida.
Mississippi. Lassic suffered a hamstring In- Hollingsworth said Monday that doesn't necessarily United Press International contributed to
jury and is expected to miss the UF-Alabama mean the Tide will focus more onI The Gators last met the Tide in 1987 in this report.


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By MIKE SCHULTZ "Mary Jo has got to be the most experi-
Alligator Writer enced women's volleyball player in the
world," McReavy said. "She's such a techni-
Mary Jo Peppler has mixed feelings about cian."
her upcoming induction into the VolleyballHall After her graduation, Peppler teamed up
of Fame. with McReavy as cohead coaches for a
The UF assistant coach/coaching consul- national championship Utah State team, and
tant, Peppler said she won't attend the cere- later they shared the head coaching dutiesat
mony in Holyoke, Mass., on Oct. 26. She'll Kentucky. r
be jn Gainesville helping coach the Gators Despite her success in the coaching ranks,
volleyball team against the Georgia Bulldogs Peppler said she doesn't see herself coach- ,,e are wow s.taM
that! night. ing full-time in the future. Instead, she said
It's not that Peppier doesn't consider her she will go back on the pro beach circuit.
induction an honor. She just thinks a hall of "I've played professionally for the last
fame is for old, retired players. And Peppler three years," Peppler said. "Ill play the
is not that old, nor is she ready to retire."I beach for at least another season or two."
can't quite resolve it," Peppler said of Coaching and playing have different re-
her Hall of Fame selection. "I haven't even wards for Peppler, who gets philosophicalwhen
finished playing. It seems like when someone discussing them.
says your in the Hall of Fame,you shouldbe As a coach, Peppler said she learns and
old or gone." grows in a group situation striving to attaina
In her 27 years as a volleyball player and common goal. As a player. Peppler deals
coach,Peppler has participated in every level with the game on a more individual basis.
of the game both nationally and internationally. "You have to deal with your own fears and #
your own failures," Peppler said. "You strug- Y
She played in the 1964 Olympics, the 1967 gle with yourself and your personal power."
Pan American Games and the 1970 World In 1964, at age 19, Peppler went to Tokyoas
Games, where she was named the outstanding a member of the U.S. Olympic team.
player. "It shaped my whole life because I was an
But that small list barely scratches the Olympian from then on," Peppler said. "For
surface of Peppler's accomplishments. She the next 15 or 20 years, it was sort of a dreamto
has played on four U.S. Open Championshipteams win an Olympic gold medal." a
and was named Most Valuable Playeron Although she never achieved that goal,
each occasion. Peppler said she was pleased the 1984
**'Collegiately,Peppler was a member of the women's team won a silver and the men wona
NCAA's first two championship teams at Sul gold. She said that gold medal is a major
Ross State in 1970 and 71. reason for the growth of volleyball in the
It was at Sul Ross State that she developedher United States.
friendship with Gators coach Marilyn As for the future volleyball,Peppler saidit Ouchl! ADRIAN" DeNNIS" ,
McReavy. Peppler was McReavy's first re- will only continue to grow.
cruit at Sul Ross, and a key player on the "The popularity of volleyball is like a run- Oklahoma State's Mike Clark. levels Willie McClendon during Saturday's I
championship teams that had a 72-0() recordin away train," she said. "You can hardly stop game.
two seasons. i it."


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MARC LAROZE him, Brewer was a backup to for- Gators coach Joe Arnold said at canes runs costing UF a chance to to mop up a victory etched by UFs
,. Alligator Writer mer standout quarterback Kerwin the time "It was the biggest game advance to the national championship starters.
Bell from 1984-86 and a standout we've ever played in the history of tournament.The With 4:37: left in the third quar-
UF may remember Rodney baseball player himself from 1985- Florida baseball." dropped fly "opened the ter and the Gators up 28-7,Brewer
Brewer for his nightmarish mis- 87.. Unfortunately, it turned Into gates,"Arnold said after the loss. committed three turnovers in the
cues on the baseball diamond and Ironically, his claim to infamy at probably the biggest defeat in the A mistake like that could crusha nine minutes including an inter-
the football field, but if Brewer hasit UF started on the baseball field. history of UF baseball.In player, but Brewer wasn't fin- ception that was returned for a
his way hell be remembered for In 1985, the UF baseball team the bottom of the eighth inning ished. touchdown, leaving the Gators ina
his) outstanding career as a major fielded one of its finest squads ever with a 9-8 lead over archrival Later that same year..during the 28-28 tie with the Scarletsee
league first baseman.For and advanced to within one gameof Miami, Brewer dropped a fly ball football season, Brewer was in- Brewer 18
those who don't remember the College World Series. that eventually led to four Hurri serted in a game against Rutgers page

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