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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 16 18,1990



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JON GLASS
Alligator Writer

The Gainesville area Big Blue j,
recycling drive has become the fr, F
nation's most successful, an effort n4 iai
that both suprises and pleases city r9 y -r
and county officials.
Among the 222 areas using
Browning-Ferris Industries' ser-
vices, the combined Gainesvilleand
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Alachua County program is 1t a Oh
ranked number one, with more r ''If'Ift [
than half of all residents using the
curbside containers to recycle.BFI .
began weekly pickups of
usable newspaper, aluminum,
metal cans, glass and high-grade
plastic from the laundry basket-
sized bins last year.
The company makes 85,000
pickups a month from 37,000 area
households, putting Gainesville A
among BFI's most successful
communities, which include Cin-
cinnati and Huntsville, Ala. MICHELE KAIZ

"The good citizens of Gaines- Jim Strom dumps refuse into a city of Gainesville recycling truck. The city has recycled 2,055 tons of garbage since October. I
ville are participating more than I
Browning-Ferris Industries makes 85,000 pickups a month.
expected, said BFI operations

manager Kirk Payne.The city has zens were already asking for re- reduced, but that is only recycling ers to be shared by groups of residents hold each year, while it generates
recycled 2,055 tons of garbage cycling, the program is doing very residential waste," said Gainesville at 35 apartment complexes. $2 revenue for each household.
since October, while the rest of well," Abbott said. "It also seems recycling coordinator Pam Brown. Although Big Blue's future looks Alachua County solid waste coordinator
Alachua County has recycled 1,419 programs with good public rela- "Once we increase to commercial bright, Brown said the program is Darin Cook said the
tons.Karen tions and education do better." recycling, there will be no prob- far from being a financial success. costs can be seen as an investment -
Abbott, Alachua County The success of the program has lem." "At the moment, we're not even .
waste collection coordinator, attri- Alachua County well on its way to In October, those targeted busi- covering our costs," Brown said. "Recycling doesn't pay off up
butes the success to an active- meeting the requirements of a 1989 nesses will get aluminum "But the markets will get better." front," Cook said. "It's in the long-
minded population and good press. state law that requires counties to dumpsters to use for recycling. To The state gives city and county term benefits where we're not
"Because the area is environ- reduce waste 30 percent by 1994. further expand the effort, BFI also recycling programs$400,000 annu- going to have to build a new landfill
mentally conscious and the citi- "About 18 to 20 percent has been will set up 75 centralized contain- ally. Big Blue costs $18 per house- until 1997 or 1998."



I Mideast protests- don't compare to Vietnam eraBY I


JOHN F. BERRY bags. phong Harbor and resumed bombing of for or against American involvement if he
Writer "Students of the 80s and '90s are much North Vietnam after a four-year hiatus. Pres- felt strong enough about the issue. His protest
Alligator more selfish than those of the'60s and 70s," ident Richard Nixon ordered the actions track record includes pro-choice ralliesin
To a '60s-era protestor, the Persian Gulf he said. "They are less politically aware and after about 20,000 North Vietnamese troops Tallahassee and Washington, D.C., and
crisis shows exactly how much UF students much more concerned crossed into South demonstrating for Latvian independenceoutside
have changed in two decades. about making money Vietnam.But the Soviet Embassy.
Scott Camil heads the Middle East Peace and becoming yup- I some UF stu- Student support of President George
In
group, a coalition of local special interests pies." May 1972, police dents are aware of the Bush' deployment of American forces to
calling for non-military solution to the Camil, a 44-year-old used tear and fire ongoing crisis. His- the Middle East cuts across party lines.
Persian Gulf crisis.To Camil, the U.S. build- Vietnam veteran, said gas tory major Aldis Purs Mark Little, a self-proclaimed liberal Democrat
up,the largest since the Vietnam war,seems he is a national board hoses to subdue about said he watches the who said Bush was wrong for invading
like a call to arms. member of Veteransfor nightly news and Panama, said he supports the president in
But few students are answering, he said.: Peace and presidentof 2,500 demonstrators in reads his Christian his feud with Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.

At a Sept. 13 rally at University Avenue and its local chapter. Asa and around UF. Science Monitor. He "He is holding people hostage and saysthey're
Northwest 13th Street, he managed to orga- UF undergraduate in said he sees justification guests,"he said. "He's manipulating
nize about 20 people. May 1972. he participated for American in- innocent people. It's his personal war."
In a two-day anti-war riot. volvement in a middle eastern war.
"I'm disappointed," said Camil, coalition) Three out of four Americans agree with
chief and demonstration organizer. was Police used tear gas and fire hoses to "We have to accept realites of the world," Little and Bush.According to a Sept. 3 Time
subdue about 2,500 demonstrators in and he said. "If the U.S. and its western allies
hoping there would be so many people there magazine poll, 57 percent of those surveyedsaid
wouldn't be room for them all" around UF. About half of the 219.! arrestedfor are there to protect a small country that has an Iraq war is different from a Vietnam-
Camil said he believes UF students will unlawful assembly were UF students. been swallowed up, that's one thing. But if style conflict and 49 percent think war is
remain apathetic unless the government re- ;Eighteen people were injured. we are protecting cheap oil,that is another."
see Change, 5
instates the draft or reservists return in body f, Students protested the mining of Hai- Purs said he would be willing to protest page

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Q Penn State loses grant ference at Southern Methodist University earlier this ASTHMASTUDYWe

Penn State University lost a $5,000 grant from the year has sparked letters of protests by conservative
National Endowment for the Arts after the director of Christians, The Daily Campus reported. are looking for subjects with chronic asthma, daily
PSU's performing arts center refused to sign an anti- Linda Finnell, a professed witch, made a speechand symptoms or continuous use of medications. Subjects will
obscenity pledge The Daily Collegian reported. presentation at the Perkins School of Theology's be required to take study medication on a daily basis and
The NEA withdrew the grant after PSU Center for Women's Week in February. Russ Wise, who attended record information daily on a diary card. There will be
the Performing Arts director Ken Foster refused to the conference as a member of Probe Mini- weekly clinic visits ((1-3 hours) for 13 weeks, Monday -

sign a pledge to exclude "obscene art." stries,a conservative Christian think-tank,has written Friday.
Foster, who has the backing of College of Arts and letters of protest to more than 200 churches.A .
Architecture Dean James Moeser, was one of six NEA Methodist church in Ketchum, Okla., has filed a Non-smoking 18-65 year olds,
grant recipients not to sign the pledge. complaint with the University Senate of the United males and sterile females
Foster said he didn't have any plans to display art Methodist Church and has sent a letter to SMU's No other medical conditionsCall
that may be considered obscene, but safd he refusedto Board of Trustees asking for disciplinary action

sign because it would restrict freedom of expres against the theology school. 392-9086. If no answer, please leave a message on the

sion. Margie Latham, a theology student, defended answering machine.
Q Witch's speech brews trouble at SMUA Finnell's speech and presentation, saying the forum was
speech by an avowed witch at a religious con meant to be educational and informative.


. WHAT'S HAPPENING I

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Connection: Gator Connection, Hard III, tonight at 8 in Reitz Union floor of the Reitz Union, and are due
a Bible study series sponsored by Room 121. Call 377-8875. by 4 Friday afternoon. Call Ted,392- : Ioffs 6:98:
Campus Crusade for Christ, is Dinner: B'nai B'rith Hillel will 1661 or 335-0871. son
tonight at 7 on the first floor of have a Rosh Hashanah community Engineers: The Society of Engineering eam
Weaver Hall.! Call Aaron,335-1899 or dinner Wednesday afternoon at 5:30at : Sciences meets tonight at
Billy, 3711009. Hillel. Cost is $6 for student memo 6 in Aerospace Engineering Room : BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND *

WSU: The White Student Union bers $7 for UF students, $10 for 240. Call Pablo, 371-3122 or Ellen
meets tonight at 8 in Reitz Union community members and $12 for 334-9536. i PENNY NIGHT | !
Room B61 to discuss ways to oppose community non-members. Reserva- Pre-legal: The Pre-Legal
Affirmative Action discrimination.Track tions due by noon today. Honorary Society will have UF law
meet: The Recreational Minority: The Minority Business students speaking tonight at 7:30: in soI
a:
Sports Department is sponsoring a Society is having its fall smoker Reitz Union Rooms 346-47. Call see TUESDAY Demean
track meet Oct. 2 and 3. Sign up in tonight at 6 in Matherly Hall Room Lindsay, 334-9453. I sea X
Florida Gym Room 214 today by 18. Semi-formal dress. Call Linda, Free self defense: The Cuong : ;
4:30.: Call 392-0581. 375-3015. Nhu Karate Club meets Tuesday, poses "
Educate:The Florida Student Na- Auditions: Actress/actor audi Thursday and Friday afternoons ALL DRINKS :
tional Education Association meets tions for Gator Growl are tonight at from 5:30-7:00: () : in the Florida Gym loses
today at 4:30: in Norman Hall Room 7 at the Reitz Union Auditorium. Call basement Call Barry, 334-8989.
3
270. Open to all education majors. Ginger 392-5414. Lacrosse: The Florida Lacrosse : ALL NIGHT
Call 375-0175. Mill UF: Florida Blue Key is accepting Club will practice Monday Wednesday !
NAACP:The NAACP Gator Chap- applications for the 1991 and Friday afternoons at 4 at '
ter will have an academic survival Miss UF pageant. Forms are avail Hume Field, beginning Sept. 17. Call Osseo 1 g:
seminar, featuring Dr. Asa G. Hil-! able at the FBK office on the third 336-0373. poses

via'. 377-1619 18 & OVER 108 S. MAIN ST. X

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II GRU to target utility-pole clutter I Hightechtags savemanatees




By NEAL BENNETT f

Alligator Writer -f

UF students used to seeing multi-

colored fliers on utility poles may not '" By JOANNA GOLTZMAN
be seeing them in the near future. : Alligator Writer

Gainesville Regional Utilities has ;,"' :'r Thanks to high technology, scientists

decided to crack down on fliers that at UF are using satellites and

groups and businesses staple to computers to track manatees in an
.
.
poles because it violates a 20-year-() effort to prevent their extinction.

old city ordinance that prohibits"the I, Researchers with the National
affixing of signs and advertising materials ", Ecology Research Center and the
on utility poles." U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are

tagging manatees with transmitters
GRU is after violators
going now '1
which relay information to satellitesand
because lately there has been a proliferation \ to researchers.
of them on Southwest 13th
Street and University Avenue," GRU "Right now, we're tracking nine
customer relations specialist Ellen manatees,"said Jim Reid, a biological
Baisley said. technician for the Fish and Wildlife
Service. "We are tracking them in
"It is a safety problem when line order to study their long-distance
workers are climbing the poles and movement patterns and local use
they snag their safety gloves on a areas."
protruding nail or staple and a gloveis
In the new tracking system, which
ripped and the worker subse- r
was developed in 1984 and headquar-
quently touches a power line, r tered at UF, transmitters are taggedon
said.However .
Baisley to manatees at the base of their

local businesses saidthey're tails. The devices relay such information
as water temperature and the
upset that the utility companyis
targeting violaters. identity, location and activity of the
manatee to researchers, Reid said.

"We're really unhappy about it, hill'
The transmitter is enclosed in plas-
them bringing up a 20-year-old() ordi-
tic and attached by a nylon tether to
nance," said Alan Greenberg, owner the manatee, he said. A weak link in
of Wild Hair hair salon. ,
a styling
6 P' 4frf the tether permits the manatee to
"The flyers" are our best source of break loose if the floating device be-
clients.
comes wedged or entangled.

Greenberg said he Is unsure
f ff'' Information already collected has
yi
whether the city has a right to pass I shed some light about the manatee's
such an ordinance because he habits, Reid said.
doesn't know if the city actually owns
the If the the 'Misinformation has shown us
poles. city owns poles,
he said he'll fight it at city hall.! that manatees are capable of rapid,
long-distance movement," he said.
"All we can do is go to city hall and "Some may start out in Miami and
try and have the ordinance migrate as far north as Georgia. At
changed," Greenberg said. times, manatees are capable of cover
ing up to 100 miles in three days."
The city of Gainesville will remove
the fliers the first time they are Researchers are also learning
other facts about the migratory habitsof
posted, GRU attorney Skip Monascosaid.
manatees.
Any new fliers posted after that
will be In violation of City Code Sec- "We have identified seasonal use of
tion 17.2 which prohibits the postingof certain areas which are important to
fliers on utility poles, he said. the manatees at different times of the
year," Reid said. "Many times, mana-
The misdemeanor charge carriesa '. --... tees begin to go to South Florida but
-
maximum penalty of 60 days in jail 44 never finish their migration. They

and/or a fine of up to$500. Each daya NAIALtt' WAItHb-ALLIOATOR stop if they find a thermal refuge
violation occurs will! be'a separate Utility poles, such as this one at Southwest 2nd Avenue and Southwest 13th Street, will (place with warm water) that has
charge, Monasco said. be bare after Gainesville Regional Utilities begins enforcing a 20-year-old city ordinance. fresh water and plants for feeding."

Manatees are considered an endangered
i species with only about 1,200of

I UF professor receives conservation award Florida.them Many thought manatees to be surviving have been in

killed by careless boaters, fishingnets

Suwanee Trails Camp Resort proj- before the North Central Florida its way into the groundwater and and cold weather, Reid said. In
By LEIGH GLENN Regional Planning Council. He then into the Suwanee River," some places, manatees are hunted for
Writer ect.The
Alligator project, proposed three or also worked with Tom Pelham, Although the developer's plan food.
Nearly three decades ago,when'he four years ago, would have set up director of the Department of ultimately was approved, "he de- "We can't determine the exact life
collected! signatures to halt de- small campsites every 50 feet on Community Affairs in Tallahassee. cided not to go forward with it, expectancy of a manatee,but we know
velopment in the area near New- a six-mile stretch of the Suwanee Suwanee Trails had gained the saying that he could no longer that it is over 50 years," Reid said.
berry Road and 34th Street, E. River. approval of Hamilton County and afford to build that thing," Adams "One manatee has been in captivityfor
Dwight Adams never thought his The proposed project would the planning council, so Adams said. the past 43 years."
flicker of environmental interest have handled a total of 3,000 people and Hancock appealed to the "The delays that had taken Reid said he hopes the project will
would lead anywhere.Last including their trailers and DCA. place as a result of the appealswere cause people to help preserve the

week, it led him to the recreational vehicles. Both the professor, who has mentioned by him as one of manatee population."We .
Adams led an effort to stop the in the six the reasons why he had to drop
Florida Wildlife Federation's an- given his spare time past help the manatees by managing
nual awards ceremony in Ocala, project, touring the site and taking years to the Sierra Club, and Han- the project. humans," Reid said. "Humans are
where the UF physics professor pictures of the effect the development cock said the area is an environ- The land was sold to a bank and responsible for the largest amount of
recieved the Federation's Land would have on the area. mentally sensitive flood plain that will become state property. manatee deaths. No-entry signs, idle
Conservationist of the Year award He then worked with Judy Han contains several sinkholes and depressions UF forestry professor Larrysee (reduced speed) zones and protectinggrass

for his contributions to conserva- cock, a Sierra Club member from "where water that wouldrun Award page 7 beds are all things that can help
tion, namely his work against the Lake City, making presentations off from the sites might make save the lives of manatees."


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4.ALLIGATOR TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18,1990

ELSEWHEREEuropeans The Ladies of

I Kappa Kappa Gamma


expel Iraqi personnelWASHINGTON wishJennifer

Slone
(UPIThe 12-nation European 2 invasion of Kuwait.
Community said Monday it will expel all Iraqi military In Washington, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney
attaches in EC capitals in retaliation for Baghdad'sraids fired the Air Force Chief of Staff,Gen. Michael Dugan, the best of luck in the
on embassies in occupied Kuwait, and the for saying publicly that revised Pentagon bombing
Pentagon fired the Air Force's top general for saying plans specifically target Saddam Hussein. 1990 Homecoming Pageant
Saddam Hussein would be in U.S. bomb sights if war Dugan, in an interview published Sunday, said the
erupts in the Persian Gulf. Joint Chiefs of Staff had concluded that U.S. militaryair
In Brussels the EC's 12 ministers mission -. '. -
foreign agreedto power including a bombing against
expel all Iraqi military attaches in EC nations and Baghdad that specifically targets Saddam is the
restrict the movements of other Iraqi diplomats. only effective option to force Iraqi forces from Kuwaitif I DIABETES SUPPORT ..11
Some countries, including Britain and Belgium, war erupts.
adopted the retaliatory measures Monday and others "The cutting edge would be in downtown Bagh- GROUP MEETING
were expected to quickly follow.France and Italy took dad," Dugan was quoted as saying. "This (bombing) I .
steps over the weekend. would not be nibbling at the edges. If I want to hurt
The action was a response to last week's violationby you, it would be at home, not out in the woods
Iraqi! troops of French, Dutch, Belgian and someplace." All Students with Diabetes
Canadian diplomatic facilities in occupied Kuwait. Saddam is a "one-man show" in Iraq, Dugan was Welcome
Five diplomats, including an American,were detained quoted as saying. "If and when we choose violence,
briefly and three French civilians were taken captive. he ought to be at the focus of our efforts."
France had been the first to retaliate, saying Satur- Dugan, appointed to his post in July, is the first I > Guest Speaker: Dr. Janet Silverstein,
day it was expelling military attaches and suspected member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to be fired since
Professor UF Health Science Center
and 1949 the said. ,
Iraqi intelligence agents ordering 4,000 more Pentagon
troops to Saudi Arabia.They will join the 9,000 French "Relieving him Is not a pleasant task, but I felt it 4 I Division of Pediatric Endocrinology .
who are already part of the multinational force build- was a necessary one," Cheney said of Dugan, 53, a
ing in the desert kingdom in response,to Iraq's Aug. decorated Vietnam War veteran. Student Health Care Center Room 201

4 it Tuesday, September 18th 7:00: 8:00: pm I

. Soviets to vote on land ownershipMOSCOW I for more info: call 392-1161 ext. 208

(UPI) Soviet President Mikhail Gor- Gorbachev said abandoning the public" ownership it rf
bachev Monday proposed a referendum to let the of land, one of the cardinal features of socialism, was < ),.
people decide whether land should be privately owned so vital it could not be left to the national legislatureor .J:!' -
-a move which led to scrapping the collective farm the to parliaments of the republics. University f1 T'nJv I of FloridaT I\I Caiing< for students for over 60 yean
system. "It should be decided by the people themselves and ; it Student I Health I Cir Center .
Organized by the state with brute force in 1929-32, should be decided through a referendum,"Gorbachevsaid. -
the 40,000 collective and state farms have failed to This is a serious problem, too serious to be -
feed the country, forcing it to import some 40 million decided in any auditorium or forum, even so responsible
tons of grain a year, including 44 million tons last a one as ours."
year. Although holding a referendum on the land owner-
"The to-be or not-to-be of private ownership of land ship could delay implementation of the plan to move
this question is the sovereign right of the peopleto the Soviet Union to a market economy, approval of a
decide. It can be decided only through a referen- the measure would give public support to the overall
dum," Gorbachev said in a recommendation to the reform effort.It .
Supreme Soviet. would also give Gorbachev a broad consensus to
The call perplexed Parliament because gradual dismantle the collective farm system, in which the
privatization Is already part of a radical 500-day( land belongs to the community as a whole in theory
economic market plan on which the deputies will vote but in reality is administered by state officials. J J
this fall. The official Tass news agency said the plan Under the 500-day( plan; peasants will be able to
will be discussed all week by the lawmakers.The buy land but not resell it to individuals. Land could
Russian Federation, largest of the 15 Soviet only be transferred back to local authorities, who
republics, has already approved its own 500-day plan. would in turn resell it.
Premier Ivan Silayev told reporters in a news con- But Silayev, the Russian premier, told journalistshe
ference Monday his republic might not wait for a believed that land sales would eventually be per
referendum and might begin unilaterally implementing mitted between individuals. It was Silayev's boss, III
the drive to a market economy on Oct. 1. Boris Yeltsin, who Initiated the radical reform.


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long last ready for a fiery pre-dawn takeoff Tuesdayto crippling hydrogen leaks showed up, triggering two
end a dismal four-month launch drought. of Columbia's three launch delays.
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CHANGEfrom Student activism began in 1960 .
when four black men sat down at
page 1 a segregated lunch counter in

likely. Greenboro, N.C., and ordered cof
One UF student is among the 49 fee. Later in the decade, Chalmerssaid

percent. Helene lachetta is worried the civil rights movement and N. ..
about her ex-boyfriend a U.S. seven years of Vietnam led to a
CarefulOut serviceman now feeling among stu-
in the Middle dents that youth
East, and According could make a dif
America's access to a ference. With a

to bil. Sept. 3 Timemagazine strong economy,
"They could be students felt their
/ over there for poll, future was as-
There years," she said. sured.
49 of
"I hope Bush isn't percent "Today, stu-
going to be a those surveyedsaid dents are more
wimp." concerned about
lachetta said they think a what will come

most UF students in is next" Chalmerssaid. Ike /
war Iraq
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seem uncon- The marketfor

Use common sense. cerned about the likely.tory them is uncer
crisis but UF his- tain. It doesn't
I i -professor David Chalmerssaid mean to hell with everyone else."

Keep your doors student inactivity is a productof Referring to the 1972 demon
& windows locked. inexperience, not apathy. strations in Gainesville,he said he

t Chalmers, who teaches U.S. Social can still smell the acrid tear gas.
Don't open your doorto History of the 1960s, said students Camil said he remembers it too.
strangers.Use in the '60s spent years
"I in U.S. r''
see a pendulum polio xt'm
i protesting while their 90s counter-
tics," Camil said. "Right now it is
parts are new at the
the buddy system game. '
the 50s. I see the 60s coming
after dark. "If anything develops, this is back. I see people taking an inter-
year one," he said. "The demon- est in the government and uphold- I "'7 ......
F strations against Vietnam were in ing the responsibility of NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR .
year twelve." controlling government. Scott Camil is head of the Middle East Peace group.

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Crisis managementWhen

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the going gets tough..dip into your savings ac- \
counts.

That's the latest attempt by state education officials to
find a way out of the emergency budget cuts mandatedlast
week. All state agencies received word from Gov. Bob
Martinez to cut their budgets by 5 percent after state
revenues fell short of estimates.

Some state universities, including UF, found the only
way to cut 5 percent was to cut classes.

But Education Commissioner Betty Castor has a solu-
tion that may ease the proposed cuts. The state puts
money in trust funds, to be saved to construct buildingsor

purchase equipment.But .

the money sits there until it's needed for those pur-
poses. Castor's solution is to dip into those accounts to off-
set some of the cuts the universities are being forced to am WRO mffi?


make.We certainly can't argue that new buildings and equip- I
ment aren't needed, but we can say that in a crisis, it's ap- Park your car for a day and walkLast

propriate to use money that was set aside for something
week I learned how to carry a laundry basketon
else.Would my head. I also rode my bike to five press con- ao Donya Currie;
you continue saving for a new car if you couldn'teat ferences, chased a police car on foot, and walked to THE
for a month? the grocery store. Someone thoughtfully forced me GREEN ZONE
Of course not. to conserve fuel last week by puncturing a tire on my
car.He or she must have known that I am a mechanical rain.
The same reasoning applies to the State University Sys- idiot with no time to get my car fixed. So I walked But there's hope, otherwise I wouldn't be wastingmy
tem. We hope Castor is successful in her attempts to free I and biked everywhere. time writing this. Don't drive one day a week.
the money in state trust funds, and that university presi- Sometimes walking was a major pain. I had to haula Walk, ride a bike, take the bus or lay around on the
dents are given the flexibility to use this money as they full laundry basket eight blocks in 97-degree heat couch. If Just .1 percent of all car owners do this:
see fit. while having to go to the bathroom and desperately America will save 42 million gallons of gas a year.
needing to blow my 'nose. Even the neighborhooddogs You can cut down on the junk your car puts into
Which brings us to another contention of university stared at me. the atmosphere by keeping your vehicle tuned up,
the idea that if had using only unleaded fuel, and recycling motoroil.
presidents they more leeway to Other times I realized what I had been missing by your
their could do much better When you get your oil changed, make sure the
spend money, they a job. driving my car. Gainesville is a beautiful city,and there oil is recycled.As .
Now, all state money is set aside in different pots, to be really aren't many places you can't reach on foot or for tires, like my flat one that put me Into the
spent only on the area that it's designated, But legis- by bike. walking mode in the first place, they are one big
lators decide how much goes in those pots, and they'retoo Driving less is one simple way to help the earth environmental hazard. It takes half a barrel of crudeoil
far away from the problems to draft adequate solu- and yourself at the same time. Biking and walking are to produce the rubber in one truck tire. These
exercise and is
great gasoline not only a non-
don't break
tions. things down easily, either. There! are
replenishable fossil fuel It fouls up the air.
billions of tires sitting in landfills across the country.
Meanwhile, university presidents are left with programs The 140 million cars in America travel an averageof Use the most fuel-efficient tires possible (yes,
that are pinching pennies and programs that have more 4 billion miles a day, which slurps up 200 million they're more expensive, but worth it). They will save
than enough money to run sufficiently but they're gallons of gas. Cars give off 20 pounds of carbon gas and last longer than cheaper, thinner tires.I .
dioxide for each of those gallons of gas cough, I don't but
prohibited from transferring money from one area to recommend walking to the laundromat,
another. gasp. try to use motorized transportation less.; Do you really
In 1986, motor vehicles spewed 6.5 million tons of have to have that pizza car-delivered at midnight?
Just as UF President John Lombardi! can't determine hydrocarbons and 8.5 million tons of nitrogen oxides Maybe there's some delicious peanut butter and jelly
what classes every college is going to offer each into the air.These pollutants form ozone smog, which just waiting for you in the refrigerator. Mother Earth
semester, lawmakers can't sit in Tallahassee and 'say "thisis causes lung damage in humans, as well as damagingtrees will thank you.
the way every dollar given to the State University Sys- and farm crops. Nitrogen oxide also causes acid Donya Currie is The Alligator's; Protects editor.

tem has to be spent." LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

We'd like to see university presidents receive the The core of the issue is the as the university's main emphasis.I .
authority to run their institutions as efficiently as possible.Our Group disparitiesare threat to one's freedom of thought. see nothing with incidental
only worry is that if this flexibility is granted, stu- the norm The question is: Does one have the diversity, wrong meaning if the

dent concerns will take a back seat.on the priority list. Editor: UF's Quality of Life Task .not right be to the think main that concern diversity of a univer-should pool of best qualified students hap-
But by watching UF administrators, we should be able to Force delivered a list to President sity? Or, is one allowed to believe pens to be diverse,fine. If it reflectsa
combat that. And if leaders abuse their power, they don't Lombardi! calling for measures to that, perhaps, diversity is not sO should group disparity, however, this the
have to remain leaders. achieve the goal of "representingthe good? not be surprising, given in
state's cultural .diversity." The The latter is'pure uncontested disparities common
hearsay by basketball
engineering classes and
recommendations call for the university standards, but it's also teams.
alligatorEditor hiring of faculty based on two an indictment of the superstition of
chosen skin colors. true academic freedom. Most will According to black economist
Judy A. Plunkett Since it has been proved that it argue that, "Freedom of thought in Thomas Sowell, grouP. disparitiesare
Managing Editor Opinions Editor is impossible to oppose such a re- this case is not threatened; such an the norm and proportional rep-
quest without suffering ad assertion is ludicrous." resentation the anomaly. If SowellIs
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier hominem reprisals, one may only But when a university's correct,then Lombardi's clamor-
Letters Pcllcy hope to expose why so many con- machinery is used to direct the Ings for diversity are,'in fact, calls
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8.by.10 page). They should be tribute tacit support to a goal that student mindset toward a specific for racial discrimination against the
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include a typed name address and telephone has replaced academic excellenceas side of an issue, such a campaign best qualified student.
number. Names will be withheld If the wltr shows Just cause If you have any questions call the of is
the editorial page editor at 376.4458. highest priority university known as "indoctrination." Steven McCormick
policy. Academic excellence should return VP, White Student Union
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AWARDfrom In addition to his work against guess that came about naturally can do to help the environment,he
Suwanee Trails, Adams has beenon from growing up on the tail end of said.
Date? page 3 a Sierra Club committee on the Depression. We didn't have "One thing they could do is become -
You can find someone specialin Harris,also a member of the Sierra growth management for the past much then and conserved thingsout informed and\ exercise their
the"Connections"section. in Club, nominated Adams for the several years. He also has been of necessity" right to vote,"he said. That's one
the Classifieds. award. involved with growth management of the things that we find -very
373-FIND "Unlike so many of us, he is not legislation in Tallahassee. Adams said he believes he pro- low turnout in elections by stu-
paid to be a conservationist," Har- duces less trash than most other dents."
ris said. "He does it all on a volun- Usually his work in Tallahassee people. He uses some trash in his He said electing good officials
tary basis." centers around the 1985 Florida compost pile and vegetable garden who are sympathetic to environ-
Growth Management Act. Several and bicycles to school all year. mental issues is important becauseit
Harris said he admired the ease attempts have been made to cuts back on the time and money
with which Adams handled per- weaken the act, but members of As for students and environmental environmental groups spend in
sonal attacks during the Suwanee the Sierra Club, including Adams, issues, "they probably don't lobbying.He .
Trails controversy."I've have lobbied to prevent deregulation. have the time or the backgroundto said students can conserve
always been impressed at get involved in the land-use is- resources by cutting 30-minute
how Adams can keep his cool and sues,"Adams said. showers down to five minutes and
keep it on a gentlemanly plane,"he "I always was a person who con- planning their trips carefully to cut
F said. served resources," Adams said. "I But there are things students back on automobile use.


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IF --V George Mitchell Is FBK Banquet THIS WEEK



UNIVPA! Speaker ; Growl Comedian AddedU CAMPQSTODAY,


Senate Majority Leader George
Mitchell will be the keynote speaker at
UF's 61st annual Florida Blue Key

Homecoming Banquet at 5 p.m. on Oct. PAUL AGRONOMY LECTURE, "PotyvirusGene
19 in the O'Connell Center.
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services, 355 PROVENZAWill Expression; Opportunities to Targetfor
T'gen Hall,and paid for at usual advertising' rates to com The banquet, traditionally) one of the Open Disease Resistance," by Oregon State
municate, official notices and important .informal to largest gatherings of Florida's political, For JeffFbxworthy r University microbiology professor
students, faculty and stall Call 392 0186 for information business and educational leaders, is being l William Dougherty, 1:30: p.m., 1151
dedicated this year to former UF President At Growl McCarty Hall.ZOOLOGY.

Stephen C. O'Connell. SEMINAR, "Reproductive
Mitchell was elected to the Senate in Isolation and Speciation in S
1982 and re-elected in 1988 with the Polychaetes," by University of Tampa

Applicants Sought greatest majority ever in a statewide election zoology professor Stan Rice, 4 p.m., 211
in Maine. He was been Senate Ma- Attorney General Richard Thornburgh. Bartram Hall

jority Leader since the beginning of the In addition, Gator Growl producer FOOD SCIENCE LECTURE, "Application -
For UF Student
101st Congress in January 1989. Brian Guenther has announced that com- of Membrane Technology to Fruit
U.S. Senator Bob Graham will serve as edian Paul Provenza will open for Processing," by UF Citrus Research and
Leadership AwardsThe toastmaster for the invitation-only banquet, featured entertainer Jeff Foxworthy. Education Center professor R.J. Brad-
sponsored by Blue Key, the student leader- Provenza, who has appeared on "The dock, 4:05: p.m., G086 McCarty Hall.
Office for Student Services is now ship honorary which over the years has produced Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" and ANIMAL SCIENCE SEMINARS, "Is
accepting applications for the Outstanding many of the state's political leaders. "Late Night with David Letterman," Boron Essential in Nutrition," by UF
Male and Female Leadership Awards, About 2,000 people are expected to at- made his stand-up comedy debut at the animal science graduate student Cecilia

given to graduating seniors at the end of tend the banquet, whose previous Improvisation club in Manhattan at the Njeru, 4 :,.m., 151 Animal Science
each semester by the Florida Alumni speakers have included Vice Presidents age of 17. Much of Provenza's material Building; 'Effect of Ruminal Protein

Association. The fall award is open to George Bush and Walter Mondale, White pokes fun at yuppie anxiety about growing Degradation on Amino Acid Availability
students graduating this fall with at leasta House Chief of Staff John Sununu and up and growing old. for Ruminants," by UF animal science I

2.5 overall grade point average. The graduate student Manual Sandoval, 4:30: t
winners will be recognized at the Dec. 22 p.m., 151 Animal Science Building.WEDNESDAY I
commencement ceremony. Nominations Due For People AwarenessWeek's

Winners will be chosen based their
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in at UF First-Ever Humanitarian Awards
leadership areas ,
experience many
meeting, 10 a.m., Board Room, 226 Tigert '
including university-wide leadership, colleges Hall I
or departments, service organizations As part of UF's 1990 People Awareness Week celebration, to be held Sept. 29 through BOTANY SEMINAR, "Paleobotanical j

social organizations, fine arts or performing Oct. 6, a special awards program to recognize student, faculty, staff and community Case Histories: Walnuts, Elms and
arts and members who have made significant "humanitarian" contributions; and
religious organizations. on campus "
Oaks, by Florida Museum of Natural I
Applications are available at the information in the local community has Been established.
History assistant curator Steve Man-
table inside 129 Tigert Hall and at the Nominees for the first-ever Humanitarian Awards should have: Chester j
4 211 Bartram Hall.
student activities desk in room 300 Reitz Provided meaningful opportunities for UF staff, faculty, students and local community p.m. I
Union. Students can apply themselves or members to focus their attention and programs on learning about the human diver- CONTINUINGFALL

be nominated by a faculty member. sity of the community DEGREE APPLICATION DEADLINE -
Applications are due by noon Monday, Promoted interaction and positive relationships among people and supported themin to apply for degree or Associate of
Oct 1, at the Student Services office, 129 their learning about each other. Arts certificate, is 4 p.m., Friday, Sept. 21.
Tigert Hall. They should be directed to Encouraged the acceptance, respect and appreciation of diversity in relation to race, Applications available from Registrar's Of-
the attention of Dean James Scott. For gender, sexual orientation, physical capabilities, socioeconomic status and religious fice, Station 4 in 34 Tigert Hall.
more information, call Student Services, affiliation. UF UNITED WAY training sessions for
392-1261. Encouraged discussion about the barriers that exist in celebrating diversity and volunteers begin Sept. 19 in Reitz Union.
developed strategies to eliminate those barriers within the community. For information, contact Marilyn Hall,
Participated in or promoted multicultural activities through art, dance, food, film 392-5492.
and/or/ music. REGISTRATION FOR UF ALL-IN-
Reception Is Today Worked toward a climate where human diversity is valued and celebrated by membersof ONE PHOTO ID CARDS, 9 a.m. to 2:30p.m. :
the community. at mobile unit next to HUB and from
Undergraduate Encouraged community members to gain a lifelong commitment to learning about 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. on the second floor
and celebrating human diversity. of the Reitz Union. Students should bring

Students 25 & OlderUF's Four award recipients, including a student, faculty member, staff member and com- Social Security card, picture ID and $5.
munity member, will be recognized at the President's Humanitarian Award Recep- For more information, call 392-UHD.
Office for Student Services and Sun tion on Oct. 2.Nomination PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT by UF art
Bank of Gainesville are sponsoring a recep- forms are available in the Office for Student Services, 129 Tigert Hall, professor Evon Streetman, features black-
tion for all new undergraduate students and should be returned there no later than Sept. 26. Questions about the award pro- and-white and large-format color photographs
who are 25 and older at 4 p.m. today in the gram should be directed to Willie Robinson, Assistant Dean for Student Services, Focus Gallery, 302 Fine Arts
Arredondo Room of the Reitz Union 3921261.SmallGroup'. Building C. Continues through Sept. 21, 8
The program, designed to welcomenew to 11:45: a.m. and : .
students to UF and introduce themto "WOMEN OF CONSEQUENCE USA//
other older students, will include talks Counseling Sessions Assist USSR" exhibit by photographer Marylu

by UF officials, campus information and Raushenbush, features 64 photographs of
door prizes. For more information, con UF Students_ In Handling Stress Anxiety American and Soviet women, Grinter
tact Irene Stevens, Office for Student Ser Galleries. Continues through Sept. 21, 9
vices, 392-1261. UF students experiencing increased is also available. a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays, 1 to 4 p.m.
anxiety or stress in wake of the recent Indications a student may be difficulties Sundays.ART .
murders in Gainesville will have an opportunity cing coping or readjustment EXHIBIT by Miami artist Barbara
to share their feelings and experiences include sleeping problems, changes in appetite Neijna, features sculpture, models and
Faculty Asked To AdhereTo during a series of small-group or eating habits, excessive alcohol drawings University Gallery, S.W. 13th

counseling sessions sponsored by Student drinking, increased irritability or fighting, St. Continues through Sept. 30, 10 a.m.
Jewish Holiday PolicyThe Mental Health Services and the frequent headaches, and difficulty con- to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah will Counseling Center. centrating or studying. Wednesdays through Fridays, 1 to 5 p.m.
Mental Health Service
begin at sundown Wednesday, Sept. 19, Student Saturdays and Sundays.
and continue through sundown Friday, counselors are offering group sessions MOSCOW ARCHITECTURAL SCHOOL
Bork
SePt. 21. Yom Kippur begins at sundown every Monday at 10 a.m. and every Thursday SpeaksOn exhibit, features models, drawings and
at 3 p.m. Interested students should Campus photographs, Architecture Building
Friday, Sept. 28, and continues through Thursday Night
contact Mental Health Services at 3921171for Continues
sundown 29. Gallery. through Sept. 30, 8am
Saturday, Sept.
have been asked to follow the more information or come to Room 350 Former U.S. Supreme Court nominee to 4:30: p.m. weekdays.
Faculty of the Infirmary. Robert Bork will discuss "George Bush, DINO-MANIA, features robotic
Board of holy
and Regents'to note policy that exams on religious and othersignificant The Counseling Center is offering a Politics and the Constitution" at 6 p.m. dinosaurs and exhibits, computer games,
days
student activities, including intramural drop-in group session every Thursday at Thursday in the Reitz Union Ballroom. movies and participatory activities,
athletics should not be sched 2 p.m. For more information, contact the The lecture, which is free and open to the Florida Museum of Natural History. Ad-
,
uled those If Center at 392-1575 in 311 Little Hall. public, will be followed by a question- mission is $3.50 with fee card, $4 for
on holidays. quizzes examsor
lab be scheduled students Groups will continue to be offered as and-answer session. The event is sponsored adults, $2.50 for children 13 and under.
tests must ,
must be given opportunity to take themat long as students express a need or in by the Florida Law Review and Student Continues through Jan.6, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
another time without penalty. terest..Students may attend as many sessions Government. For more information, Mondays through Saturdays, noon to 6
as they wish. Individual counseling call David Carter, 392-2148. p.m. Sundays.

The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative/ Action Institution-



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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373FINDAlligator I iI i iII









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RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. ROOMMATESROOMMATE I,

COUNTRY LIVING-near 34th St. Plaza. MATCHING SERVICE r I

1 FURNISHEDFURN 2BR duplex quiet wooded area, centralair OXFORD MANOR Classifications o How to place a M

pets ok.......................,...................$285
2 BDR, 15 mln walk to UF $187 mo. Why live alone? Share expenses, but classified ad: l

call 377-4522 alter 6pm. 8-18-5-1 MILL RUN-Spaclous townhouse-2BR, 2.5 NOT bathrooms! Large 3bdr/3ba townhouse 1 For Rent. Furnished I
BA. Pool, central air, fans, deck, new apartments. Washer/dryer in In Person: '
Extra large room lor serious student. Private paint, near Mall and UF.....................$450 cluded. Come by today! 2 For Rent... Unfurnished
small Cash, check, MC or VISA.
& bath closet
entrance large 2777 SW ARCHER RD 3772777. 9-
refrigerator' basic utll. Near law school SOUTHFORK OAKS-2BR. 1 1.5BA carpet, 24-15-5 3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office

378.2997 9-19-2-1 dishwasher, pool, hookups. ..............$450 For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave. :
1 F for own rm/ba In 2br/2.5ba at Casa M-F 8am4pm '
SINGLE ROOM near campus $110 WALK TO CAMPUS-2BR house, air, carpet blanca. Partially furnished, wa/dry, pool ft 4 Sublease House/Apt./

month share utl. student only, grd. pr.'., fenced yard .............?..................$375 clubhs. $250/mo + 1/2utll. Call 335-3546. '. Main BookstoreHub
1108 NW 3rd Ave 3772803. 8-20-3-1 g.21.12.5SERIOUS : '. 5 : Roommates : : Customer Service Desk

TOWNHOUSE off of 20 Ave, 2BR 1.5BA 6 For Sale' M F 8 am 4:30 pm
1 bedroom apt. 1 block to campus, pets C.ntralair, dishwasher, hookups.$325 mature f student to share ..
ok. Fall or year lease, $275 per month beautiful bdrm/2 1/2 ba Greenleat condoon 7 Real Estate .: .:.' Reitz Union, Cashier's Office
Includes utilities. Call 373-7688 or 1-407- M.F 9 am 9 pm
KEY MANAGEMENT bus route. Flexible lease $225/mo + ,
3920362. 9-21-4-1 1/2 utll. 373.2501g.1885/ .8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed

9-20-5-2 372.3060 ," 9 Autos Medical Bookstore, Shands
Housebroken apt. mate to share gorgeous
FOR RENT: M-F,8am.430pm
downtown apt. 2bdr/2ba. All mod. conve ,10 Wanted ,
Housing avallable-1 blk to UF, co-ed coop
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk all utll paid Inc ac, 10 meals weekly, niences. $245/mo 373-7456 9-20-10-5 11 1 Services By Mall:

parking laundry, $210 per mo. CLO 117 Use forms appearing weeklyin
N/S M/F to share beautiful 2bed/2bath 12 Services
Typing the Alligator. Sorry no cash by
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280. NW 15th St. 3774269. 12-14-62-2 .
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. Marchwood townhouse. Washer/dryer 13 Help Wanted mail. MC VISA or checks only.
pool $245/mo + 1/2 ut. Call Richard 335-
Plus LMR Pool laundry no cats or dogs. 1 bed. apt turn or unfurn, WILLIAMS-
Santa Fe Trace Apts 3781190. 12-14- BURG VILLAGE 3761253. 10-12-19-2 1421 9-20-5-5/ 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
Payment by VISA or Mastercard
76-2 Female roommate wanted for own room & 1 15 Personals' .
*Apartment near Shands, recently renovated ONLY. Five, dollar minimum.
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA quiet 2 bedroom, private backyard 1st own bath or 2 females to share room & 16 Connections M F8.30.4pm.
Oakbrook
bath at Walk. Call 371-1399
washer/dryer/ available in most units for month + damage deposit. Call 336-4575 "
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B 1 13 2 Bath or 372-2959. 10-2-11-2 and leave message. 9-18-5-5 17 Notices:.. o How to correct
"
$250-$375 sec & Imr 372-6422. 12-14- ROOMMATE-qulet, studious, female ,18 Rides

76.2 | MOBILE HOMES: needed to share 2br/1 ba duplex near cam 19 Pets cancel your ad:
pus. $180/mo. Call Lisa' 335-9822/378-/
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INCREDIBLE 7464. 9-19-5-5 20 Lost & Found Cancellations
:
,
Efficiency Apt. 3 FOR RENT/SALE .
: .
Call 373-FIND ,
Mon Fri 8,04 pm.
at $185 .
Starting SAVE f/ns fun
$$ responsible student
No refunds be
Starting at $235/ 2 B.droomMEADOWCREST 14x56 2bd/1bth, Exc.lI.ntcond can given.
1987 Skyline wanted to share safe 2br/2bath turn. apt.
$9000 obo 336-4884. Alamar Gardens 1ml to campus. $112.50 + 1/4 util. 336- Alligator errors:
110 NW 39th Ave o When will ad ?
SW 20th Ave. Splitplan must sell. 4103. 9-18-4-5/ your run
Check FIRST
378.3988 your ad the day it runs.
9-19-5-3
Call 373-FIND with corrections before .
any
375-3861
Wanted! Sincere M/F n-smoklng Studentto
12-14-76-2 Best rental value. Mobile homes or lots. sublease 2bdr/1b, kit, llv, deck, yard, Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
Will take long-term travel' trailers. Some wash/dry In big house. Sept. free! monthly
DAYS
after
they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected
New
Check Our
Specials" good mob. homes for sale. Pool, quiet. $225+1/2u 371-2477 before' gam or after
All Amenities Available Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park. 378- 6pm. 9-24-2-5 Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended' one day.

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 9291. 12-14-63-3 Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
Roommates Available placing the ad Changes called In after
*OWN ROOM* roommate wanted: THREE
We're No. 1 N/S student. Short walk to ShandsCampus. days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated.

REGENCY. OAKS 4 SUBLEASE: 210/mo +1/3 utll. Call 336-3834. 9- may run for any length of time
378 5768 20-5-8 and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
3230 SW Archer Road HOUSE/APT. Corrections must be made in person at
Sorry, but there can be no refunds
COUNTRY GARDENS 1 Bk to UF, Female room, large house, The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON..Th.r. .
for cancelled ads.ROOMMATES. will be $2.00 correction (...
373-4500 Need rmmt to sublease apt 15 mln walk to utll. Incl, Lock mailbox, private room a
2001 SW 16th Street UF, furnished $187 mo, Call 377.4522 cable avail. No pets. 150175mo. Call 1

12.14.76.2 after Bpm. 9-18-5-4 376-3291 till 9pm. 9-21-6-5 1i d i


SPACIOUSONE Sublet (urn, large 1 bdr apt until Jan C Young couple looking for responsible
BEDROOM APT. 1990/ secure area In the Pines, call 373- roommate, own room, bath partly fur FOR SALE !
ONLY $2731MO.LYONS 3371. 9-18-5-4/ nished. Pool, laundry, quiet neighbor
APT hood. 275/mo + 113/ utility/cable. N/S/ F to rent own rm/bth In 2 story apt at CHEAP RADAR I
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 3324197./ 9-19-4-5 Greenwich Green. $233 mo. + 1/3 utili-
Nice bdrm $250/mo. 12-14-76-2 one apt Sept. ti... Call 3353110. 10-15-26.5 Detectors All Brands 375-4875
rent paid. Cats allowed. 335-5761. 9-19- 9-24-20-6
4-4 A serious male student for large 7 bedroom
1 block to UF, large rooms; util paid upstairs apt. l60/mo. + 1/7 utll. + 3 bedroom house M/F roommate needed,
***DESKS*** ((7)) $75 each
$190 per mo + 1/2 util. Have dog close to
locked mailbox, cable nice $150-175 Sublease 1 br/1 ba Point West Apts Next to lease. No pets. 1616 NW 3rd Ave. 495- and 25 chairs $5 each.
also 1 bd elf, Close to campus, util paid, pool, close to law school. 345 per month. 9024. 9-28-10-5 campus.19.2.5 Call 372-4106 or 3779752. 9- FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE

quiet 376-3291. 9-12-11-2 Call 3719526./ 9-19-4-4 Call 372-3336 day 338-0004 after 7 pm.
Need1Froommate for own room in -
9-24-20-6
$100 off 1st month's rent) Phoenix Apts. Sublease-Walk ,to Campus.. Clean furnished house across from stadium. $180/mo. + 6
2bdr/1/ ba $325/mo/ close to UF/Shands, all studio next to pool & laundry. 1/4 utilities. Call 336-9791 leave mes- FOR SALE

amenities cent ac/ht pets ok. 378-1802 $240/month. Sept. Free. 371-0382/leave sage.9-19-3-5
9-18-15.2 message. 9-20-5-4/ TYPESETTER. Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk ELITE
3 M/F roommates needed for own room in drives, 2 film cassettes 2 film cannlstera.

AFFORDABLE/Luxury/Securlty Sublet beautiful 2 bedroom apt. Pool, 2 luxury apts. only $175 mo. + utll., pets Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 COMPUTER
Custom Iron tts doors/wndws. SW 1&2 Jacuzzi, weight room, clubhouse. $440.' okay, flexible..., 1/2 mile to campus yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs.
brs chandeliers, c.'llns.' micro, sensor- Call Diane 375.7285 or Anderson 335- 3781802. 9-28-10-5 Good machine for small type shop. System
lite patio privacy Inc From $240 331 9190. 9-19-4-4/ / Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 8 font SYSTEMSSimply

2099. 9.21.5-2 BRANDYWINE 1 N/S Fern needed to disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at the beat In quality;

Sublease 2 bdr/2 ba apt Ig rooms, pool share room, i60/mon + 1/3 util, 373-9926 for more Info service and price. Call 3351300.
Walk to UF StudiOS 1, 2, & 3 bedroom secure area close to UF, $485 mo. w/ fully/nicely' turn, many xtras-call nowl
apartments !just north of UF 411 NW 15 option for turn. No deposit. Mt. Vernon 373-0024. 9-21-5-5 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 9-18-15-6
St. 371-7777 9.18.5.2 apts. Call office 3725389. 9.21.5.4 brands are all at our New Locatlonl Car

2 bedroom/1 ba $175, 4 blocks from UF, Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
A studio for $245, 1 bedrooms $260-$349 AC Pool 411 NW 15 St. 3717777. 9-18-5-5 2070. 12-14-76-6
2br 1 1/2 ba, volleyball, dishwasher any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
by UF, very nice, must see. 411 NW 15 pets ok. 5 mln to campus, $240 demo. Call 338-9193 student Iv. mes-
Street. 3717777. 9.18.5.2 rent + util. To sublease call ((305)2272545 ) FNSn..d.d in Pine Rush Apts for $165 MICRO CENTERComputers/ 376-1146 sage. 10-19-38-6
(collect). 9-24-5-4 a month. Call Krl.llat 375-3272 or at work Editor's choice Hewlett Packard
2 weeks FREE RENT. Huge 2 bdr/2 ba 376-JOES (leave a message). 9-24-5-5 D-BASS-car stereo specialist Warehouse
$369. 1000 feet Bel Air Apartments 9H Price
.q. Northgate. lower than mall-
direct sales .
all audio
on car equipment.Gainesville
t 638 NW 26 Ave 3717777. 9-185-2 5 ROOMMATESRoommate ''TREEHOUSE VILLAGE order Systems below, Include 1mb, 40mb students 25% off sales/Instal

Roommates available ((28ms) Harddlik graphics monitor. MC lations.. Ave
D-BASS 4504 SW 29th/
1 ALOHA GARDEN APTS. 12.3 brs, gar Wanted nil F to stay SepDecor Reserve your room for fall. 286/12 $1195, MC 386SX $1370 G'ville FL 32608. 9-26-20-6
den setting, near Shands & shopping, flexible longer 185 + 1/2 bills Stay Sep free! Bus service to UF and SFCC Northgate 386/20/ $2399. Leading Edge
lease, 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377-0555 Call 3748434. 9-18-5-5 Furn or unfurn. $175-$250 per laptop w/40 MB hd ft battery! $2395.1 & Ed's Warehouse Recycle 372-9718

9-28-12-2 roommate/month MZ Prop Mgmt. 2 year warranties. Onslte' warranties. desks, bikes, ac, beds, stereos, tool appl),
M/F roommate to share 3 br/2.5 ba townhouse Inc. Realtor' 3750207. Panasonic 1180 printer $185, HP Late lamps. Save furniture, doors, speakers,
, ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 bdr/2ba w/study, Jet $1049.. 3743
lip W.
at Casablanca W, $210 mo + 1/3 10-19-24-5 University Ave. tables, couch. '428 NW 1st. 9-18-6-6
end unit blinds $575/mo. Call 3352703. utilities, wa/dry Included. Call John 336- 12-14-76-6

926102Apartment 4288. 9-18-5-5 F roommate for 2bdr/lba apt, all 'furnished Wireless alarm systems for apt. or house,
, own room, close to UF, no de Crlmestopper Car Alarms K-40 Radar complete I $349 S yr warranty, panic but
'f" near Norman Hall, 1114 7 F N/S own bdr/bath $240/mo. + '1/2 utll posit. Sept free' move In available now, Detectors, Infinity, Sanaul, Sony, ton, 120 decibel alarm Call 372-0903: or
I Av.,1 1 bdr, loft reserved parking central call 375-0466 Iv. message. 9-28-13-5 call 336-6455. 9-24-5-5 Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. 3713956. 9-20-10-6
heat/air. 325mo. 1.407.452-2325 9-19- We Beat All Prices 373-3754. 12-14-76-


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w Y Good Luck in the Sweetheart Pageant A **** REFRIGERATOR **** Nisiki 26 Prestige racing bike, like new '83 Mercury Caprice, V-8 sunroof, low
'" 12 cubic foot 2 door GE refrigeratorworks $250. Call evenings 3736521. 921.58 mileage, exe,cord, $2500 376-6672. 9-
''a 0 well clean all shelves $160 delivered 18-5-9

KELLY 3779615. 9-20-10-6 HANDGUNS FOR PROTECTION

', MARSHALLIV S&W .38 Cal. Pistols, .$175 1982 Toyota Corolla SR-5. Red 5-spd,
w MW "! OAKTREE SHADZ: SNGLASSES a/c. Very dependable. Asking $2000
RayBan $35 Vuarnet $45 Bolle $40 etc, Excellent reliable protection comes com- obo. Please call 335-6921 Iv. message.
We Love You Call 335-6450 to save your money. 9- lete with instructional class and ammuni. 9207.9
20-7-6 tion. Nick at 371-2466 (days3714970)
IV.! (nights). 9.18.1.6Queensized 1988 Ponliac Trans Am black, Mops
Bikes: 10 and 12 speed good cond new A/C 25k miles Alarm pw, pdl Excellent
r 0 THE SISTERS OF SIGMA KAPPA 0 tires $65/ea/ obo call Randy 371-8281. 9- waterbed for sale Bookcase Cond. $10,500. 3384999. 9-20-5-9

18-5-6 headboard with mirror. Heater Inc. $175.
336-1534. 9-21-4-6 Beautiful 74 VW Bug, baby blue, no rust
IKIKIK IKIKIK IKIK IK IK IKIK ZK IK IK* Bicycle Panasonic DX 3000 Like brand runs great, needs tune up $1500 obo,
new 325.00 377-9790. 9-19-3-6 Car seat cushions $10; queen mat- call & Iv message 336-8785. 9-20-5-9

. tress/boxsprings $150; student desk $25;
VISIT FOR SALE, Shogun 400 27in. 12 speed 2 floor lamps $50; 19" color tv $150; beta 1984 Pontiac 1000 perfect condition new
rn: Like brand new. 250.00 or best offer call vcr $275 336-6785 9-19-2-6 clutch battery, tires, 86k miles,
Mike at 336-8036 and leave message. 9- acam/fm asking only $1700 or best
; { 18-56 Beautiful fruitwood dining room suite Oiler Call 334-6091 9183.9
.got&1 w/table 6 chairs and china cabinet. Like
.: 19&). Complete king size waveless waterbed new $875 Bamboo style casual dining 1987 VW Cabriolet white/white, AM-
n wpadded sideboard headboard + table w/leaf, 4 chairs $175. 1 large 9 FM/tape Excellent condition like new
heater $175 obo call 374-8657, 9-18- drawer, 1 six drawer yellow bedrm dressers $9000 OBO. Call 376-5085 9-21-5-9
,.. 5-6 $150 and $100 matching twmbed,
716 N. MAIN headboard and 'frame,$75 Excellent qual. Convertible 1984 Chrysler LeBaron runs
King size waterbed headboard w/ lamps Ity. Call 3381020. 9.24-5-8 great $3700. 3323397. 9-19-39
376-9041 + etched mirror, healer + mattress, all in
excel) cond., $175. 376-5516. 9185.8 IBM compatible XT 20 meg hd, color display 1982 TOYOTA TERCEL, blue 4dr Deluxe,
;, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS "GOODWILL: A MS-mouse. Great for a beginner. Sspd pull out stereo w/4spkrs cold air,
.: AND FURNITURE AT CUSTOMER- WINDSURFERS 12 It. with 63 sail and $650 obo. Call Gary 335-4898 leave mes- very clean, 91K mi, $1800 378-9990. 9-
O'Brien Elite 10.5 ft., 6.0 sail. $325 each. sage. 9-24-5-6 2159IS
a AFFORDABLE PRICES FRIENDLY STORE"orwRi"WWW" Call 376-3936. 9-19-5-6
SOFA-10 IT TRUE..JEEPS FOR $44 THROUGHTHE
piece pit
Urgentl have to sell by Sept. 20. Honda groupchocolate U.S. GOV'T? CALL FOR FACTS!
III 1 brown $325. Will' deliver 466-
N W0 Civic TV 504849.5745 EXT. S-3115. 9-18-1-9
85 vcr, bed shelves table, 0252. 9-21-4-6
chair lamps a lot more Prices negotiable
call 336-6455, 9-19-5-6 1980 CHEVROLET CITATION 74000
ALlI1 COMPUTER: IBM XT TURBO 640k. 5,25'drives
wishes the Best Samsung monitor Panasonic kx- original miles automatic new battery
of Kaypro II, daisy wheel printer software, runs great $900. Call 371.1557. 9-21-4-
piOSOi printer, DOS 3 21, Prof write & first
books, cables. $300. 332-4472 after 6pm. 9
publisher & accessories, Hard disk opt.
tuef( to 9-20-5-6 $800, call 336-8289. Publishing & word
Ask Call 10 WANTEDLocal
Safari Audio is Gainesville's newest & finest proc. programs. $850. Kirk 336-
8289. 9-21-4-6
In car audio, cellular & security
Cathy Hufford Custom Installation & repair. 336-1128 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class
9.27.10-8 Motorbecane super mirage 10-speed Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie's Tine,
Julie Knight 20-3-6 excellent condition $100 371-4070. 9- Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10

Couch A chair $200; 3 occioal chair

Pam Markey $50ea; 2 lamps $25ea.; 1 lamp $15; 2 .. 2 kng h20 bds 65,125 I ant ctr 35, glass WANTED: Tennessee tickets
lamps $15ea' ; roll top desk $200; chair end Ibis w/ent ctr 85/set camera 130, Call 332-0102 or 332-8890 Ask for Gregor

Neubert $50; 2 tv stands $10ea; 2 bookcases $10 dresser 65, full bed 65, spurs 50 crdls Keith. 11.18.5-10
Tracey ft 15: rug shampooer $30; call 332-9685.
20 desk
phones glass dng set 60 60 tv
9-18-3-6 Must have 8 fix 11.10 Galore vs. BulldogsIn
110 300 albums 275 morel 338-
neg. Will
Allison Jax. Call 407-482-6629 anytime
Pope 0483. 9-21-4-6
FORMALS-exc cond.-worn once 2-long pay anything reasonable or slightly unreasonable -
white $50ea. good 4 Initiation. 5 tea 9-195-10 '
OUT 1990 Homecoming Sweetheart lengthcolored( ) $20ea. call 335.6831.. 9- Full size bed for sale, no frame Asking
18-3-6 $30 0,b o. Call 378.4805. 9.19.2.6 Wanted: fix to T.nn game,up to 4 fix call
& Iv. message, 377-5730. 9-18-3-10

I (Pageant ContestantsAb Fish tank: 30 gin freshwater, all exotic
carnivorous fish"' complete set up incl. ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: TALENT SEARCH) Cox Cable Is looking
stand + 10 gin feeder tank only $200. Harman Kardon Autotek JBL Toshiba, for talent to host our SuperVan TV appearances
372-0827. 9-20-56 Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125 for an entire year Call Keri at

< AE* AE AE ADD At* AE C AE<1> AE* AE* AE* NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 12-14-76-6 3761893. 9-20-4-10
85 gallon hexagon aquarium wwood
a cabinet stand lights, hood & filter. $450.
PC 90 40 gallon tank standhoodlightsliltar, DISCOUNT HI-FI 11 SERVICESNW

; ; 1003777732. 9-16-3-6 722 S. Main The Red Bldg.
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
For Sale: SOFA-brown plaid makes into WE ARE CHEAPER near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from

: CONGRATULATIONS : double bed, excellent condition $150. Call 12-14-76-6 $20, 10% disc, to students 3328917. 12-
332.1594 after 4pm or anytime weekends 14-76-11

s TO OUR NEW INITIATES( 9-20-5 7 REAL ESTATEOwner SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?

> BICYCLE-Miyata 512 racing bike 58 cm. Get confidential testing and treatment at
1 old, shimano $275. Call PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881 12-
year group
will finance! Nice 3ba iba corner
Of !
: 374-9618 9-18-3-6 14-76-11
WE YOU -
lot, fenced backyard, good location
$35,000.00 Call Shirley 335-4006 454-
Custom Computers 286-12 $ 1000, 286- ** GATOR MOVING **
3348 Shema Realty. 9205.7
: A.T.D.T. : 20 $1100. 386SX $1200 all with 1 mega Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng/ 1-
ram, 40 meg hard drive, monitor, 1 yr.
,
w wrty. 332-8333. 9-28-10-6 Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long die
e
8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED Llc/lns/ Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76-11

; LOUE Electronic cat, obeys audio commands
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
cost $70 sell $35. New stun gun $25. REPAIR

YOUR SISTER OF AEd> 373-3647. 9-18-2-6 Precision Small Engine. Pickup ft Delivery hay rides* boarding A parties* woodser* sales facilities* working*

8 available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, 466-3224 3758080.
students accepted.
a e FUTONS & FRAMES cross from Alley Katz 336-3825. 9-28- 12.1"-78.11
Many styles ft models from only $200/set. 14-8
AE* ADD AE* AE* AE* AE* ADD AE* AE* AE* AE* AE* Covers also. Call Matt 377-2110. 10-5-
15-6 Honda Spree Scooter for sale 1988 *SUNBELT MOVING*

black 2040 miles Includes Nolan helmet' Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies.

2400 BD MODEM $98 and ralnsuit for $450, Call at 371-3998 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst.
9-19-5-8 Llc/lns. Priced for Students) Marty 375'

WORD PERFECT $135 MOVE. 12-14-76-11
NEw ACUVUE NFL 1985 Yamaha RZ-350 exc cond. Racingkit
CALL ELITE 3351300. Inc exhaust. Very fasti Last of 2strokestreet. HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm &

11.1.33-8 Yellow/blk $1550neg Ray 335- Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care &
'DISPOSABLE CONTACTS'$3.25Lens 93121V mas. 92810.8 facilities. 15 min from UFI Jan 378-7762.

.*PRODIGY.Intenclne Like newt! Kawasaki KZ100 only 425 miles 92810.11 >
$900. Call 3772203. 9-18-3-8
found Service" .: Hunter Showbarn now accepting students-
1988 XR250 Motorcross, low miles well Past UF equestrian coach Boarding
Available at ELITE today. 3351300. working students accepted. Farrell Farms
maintained like n.w. $750, Call Bill at
472-3142 10930.11
377-7732. 9.18-3-8
9-28-10-6

$85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam 1985 Yamaha 12SZ motorscooter 4 sale BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI I CS
DESKS (all sizes), Computer furniture, Black 2-seater. new tires, recently tuned Military tear gas & personal protection t'
ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL! Bookcases, File cabinets Chairs (all $895 Call Candy 466-0614 (only 5000 Info. Keycham unit or home canister
styles) & more In stock at guarnateed lowest miles on ill) 9215.8 $17.95 each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok,
prices. THE OFFICE MART 690 NE. VIsa/MC phone orders) S.nllmmediat"yl!

Millhopper Optical 23 Ave. 373-7516. 9-19-17-6 HONDA 400 Excellent condition touring Sallle Cain Action Seminars, 6141
Baton LA 70816 call
Parkforest. Rouge or
package. $900 or trade 375-0260 or 485-
BEDS BEDS BEDS 1093 Gainesville (local) 9-19-3-8 504.751.0495
NEW FURNITURE USED

2521 N W. 41st St. 376-8000: Lowest Discount Prices MOPEDS-80 Puch $300: 80 Garelll Classifieds.
Dumas Discount $250; 81 Tomos, 2 spd $350; 2 more not ..
1421 NE 8th Ave. 371-4422 running. Call Bill at 3720903. 9-24-5-8 Continued on next page.
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12,'ALLIGATOR. TUESDAY.. SEPTEMBER 18.1990

SERVICESNOVA SERVICES HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDPaying HELP WANTEDTALENT


STUN GUN Experienced, amateur exercise riders. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING $75 to qualified volunteers to par SEARCHI! Cox Cable la looking
Safe' Effective! Non-lethal! Expenses, call for Information 4723777. CLERK ticipate' new drug study for treatment of for talent to host our SuperVan TV appearances -
tend $89 $3 S+H to "114 Lahoma 9.20.10.11Experienced Now accepting application:>> for a classified athlete's foot. Call 3315379. 9-28-20- for an entire year. Call Karl
Lansing, Ml 48915, 517484.8807 advertising clerk at the Independent 13 376-1893.' 8-20-4-13
9-27-13-11' horse trainer, show experience Florida Alligator. Some office tkills/exp,
Arab horses, for Information 472- math ability dependable and willing to Phone survey work part-time flexible eve Male or Female Gymnastics Instructors
SECURITY SYSTEMS 3777. 8-20-10-11 work with heavy public contact. Hours: & wkd hrs, guar $4.25/hr + bonuses. Callor needed afternoon and evening hour. Prior
at an affordable price. Call Davy Enterprises MWF 12-5 p.m. Apply In person at: 1105W. stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave experience preferred, call 378-8711.' 9-
338-5838. 9-24-10-11' NAILS BY VONDELL University Ave. (No phone calls) UF & 372-4026. 9-28-10-13' 21-5-13
3131 NW 13 St. 377-1763' SFCC students. only please. AA/EOE 9-
Full sets $18' Fills $13' Hot oil 19-4-13 Seeking energetic and reliable staff to
.. .
ee ATTENTIONIII***** Need '
Macintosh software, hardware or services Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only EARN $35 work with children ages 3-8 yrs In afternoon

at low prices? Call Dave at 373-1524 for 10-5-20-11 AVON 375-6967 This week for blood plasma donation enrichment program. Must be 20
Info 9-21-8-11, Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. with Ii this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZEDsystem yrs. Call 338-1278' leave address for ap
Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly pro Benefit Insurance. 12-14-78-13 allows you to donate In 1/2 the plication. 9-21-4-13' '
Problem In Math? Then call Greg at fessional care In peaceful' surroundings tlmel Study while you donate or watch
377-8308. Professional Tutoring offered Dally turnout grooming and TLC. 462- INTELLIGENCE JOBSFBI videos. Free Parking. Gainesville Donor GUARANTEED WORKI TOP PAYI HON

at only $12' per hour. 9-25-10-11" 5127. 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS CIA US Custom, DEA, etc. Now Center. Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378- EST/LEGITIMATE I Assemble products at
FOR COL. Hiring. Call ((1)805' ) 687-6000 Ext. K- 8431 M-Th 8-7 Fri 8-5 Sat 8-2. 12146713 home 904-686-3634 ext 4110.' 9-18-1-13,
MATH TUTORS. Warren Bernard and 8486. 9211913INTELLIGENCE
Bruce Teague. UF and SFCC Discounts LEGE Are available! Millions go unclaimed Mothers helper needed from 4:30pm.:
for groups of 2-5. 37-TUTOR. 9-27-10-11' yearly. 1-800-334-3881 11195011TYPING JOBS. CIA, US Social Chairman/woman to book organ 8:30pm: dally to help prepare dinner, light
Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. Call ized parties. $100-$150' per party plus housekeeping, and asst mother w/klds,
GRAPHIC ARTIST needed to complete ((1)805-687-6000) ext. K-9486. 9211913 benefits. Unlimited opportunities. Call 9yrs-2yrs old. Must have trans ft ref. Call
drawings to be used as Illustrations for now 3741700. 9-24-10-13 338-1020. 9-24-5-13
book. Call 392-8600 between 8:30: am ft 12 SERVICES
5 pm. 9-20-4-13' I Fine Line Ray Boehmer

A Plus Notes-Are you an 'A' Student? Do *Typing reports business legal *
you take excellent notes, would you 'like resumes cassettes transcribed applications
to earn while you 'learn? II so then call letters notary *etc. Available 1'NtPa YoIJ for you girt GLiARib A1.L )hi II CAM? .'MPMa' .
371-6954. We are still looking for students 24 hours/7 days3722777. 12-14-70-12 bAM,..,!> C
in these classes: APB 2'50' APB
MICRO 376-0339. Full ft I
2151' AMH 2010' AMH 2020, ANT 3410, CENTERTyping
self service Typing start @
ARC '1211 ARC 2201 ARH 2002, ARH computing.
/ Resume $6 Self service
2050, AST 1002, AST 2037, CCJ 3024, 1.50/pg resumes
CHM 1020, CHM 2041' CLT 3370 EUH $2.50/hr/ 15page./ Laser typeset
2002. FIN 3408, GEO 2201, GLY '000, graphics A spell check A theses A
HUM 2210. MAC 1142, MET '1010 MGF papers A special characters employment I
'1202, MMC 2100' MMC 4200 PET 3320, databases mailmerge training. T M"IIT.Jt'J
PSY 2013. PUR 3000, SYG 2000 and WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 12-14-
SYG 3010. 9-21-5-13' 76-12' ll

TALENT SEARCH) Cox Cable I i. looking Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable
for talent to host our Super Van TV appearances service. Reasonable rates. Laser
printer 377-8175 tit 00pm.: 12-14-76-
for an entire year. Call Keri at 12
3761893.' 9-20-4-13
: ,
Securitycrowd/ control for UF football ...RESUMES***
games. Call 373-4641' for more Information. Complete writing & development services
Ask for Don. 9-28-10-13' Resume House 371-8148.' 12-14-76-12 t1P

*Secure Your Apartment* Typing/Wordprocersmg. WordPerfect &on
Portable wireless system; full protection; 5.1, quality work fast results, low rates, ShIF d with a de by pablo
dependable, personal service. Tara 332-
$545.+; for Info call Blue Gator Ent. 377-
8918.' 921511Hire '1469. 12-14-76-12' '
'1U'\( GOT
me to do, your cleaning! Most jobs Typing AA Typsetting ** Resumes A
PRO \ '
From $1.50 pg 1117 NW 13 SI. EMS "
O.K. Short/long term 0,K. Prices 1/2 of
chains. References available. 3757688. WCS Inc. 373-9822 IGNORE: IT AND
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'12-14-76-11' Processing (WordPerfect 5.1)
Fast Service, lame day possible
*FREE Spellchecklng, different fonts.
Pregnancy Test Laser print possible. Call 3788127.
Gainesville Women'sHEALTH 9-19-5-12'

CENTER / fast & reliable. Graduate !t
720 NW 23rd Avenue $1/page, accurate, ,

377-5055 school 3720706.approved 9-19-2-12 12 years experience The Sound & The Chin I
ABORTION (To 24 Wks) Mary Furry Jimmy i,
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Put it In writing. Fast accurate, reliable "
12-14-75-11' Gynecology Services Master In English will correct spelling and \UWEUPSIJIIRS.. ALONE LVDE, M44T WOULD Hy DO You WANT CoN494r# r1, S.To .
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$ MONEY. Private scholar- Independent Florida Alligator Must own ;
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from 5 until 9
a.m. a.m. Monday
'1881 Joplin MO 648021881. 800-879-
7485. 12-14-75-11 through Friday. Must have excellent driv-
ing record and valid Florida driver li-
cense. Pay per route plus mileage.
Marlboro Farms. Quality horse boardingon Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West
50 acres. Riding ring, trails, Individual University Avenue. Ask for the route
turnout, concrete block barn. 6 miles west driver application. No calls, please. Affirmative / CAN'r66LWHAT HAVE i
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SEPTEMBER 18,1990 ALLIGATOR, 13

HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDEARN BUS. PERSONALSPICTURE PERSONALS PERSONALS "


MAKE-UP ARTISTS WANTED lor 10th EXTRA CAH WITH THE PUSH THISIII' ANYTHING YOU WANTon Sportswear 25% off; tee shirts 30% oil; UMBRO
Annual Gallery of Horror, Oct. 12-31, OF A PIN. Put up posters with applica- a shirtll! Call 332.6794 lor more Infor aerobic wear 50% oil; shoes 20-50% oil; SHORTSYou
Oaks Mall. Call 378-0041 or 374.4334 lor tion forms lor VISA MasterCard and mation. JUST DO ITIM I 9-21-6-14 racquetball frames 30% off..,. E Tennisll love Umbro shorts? We've got bunches
application. 10-3-15-13 other national credit cards on campus. 9.27.10.15 of 'em. Virtually every style color &
And earn up to $2 for each response. It's style in stock with competitive prices!
Executive file insurance clerk. Part-time, that easy Call 1-800-S50-1037 Ext. 78. 15 PERSONALS FREE labor with string purchase at E Z Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13 St 9-
afternoon $4/hr. Call lor appointment 9-20-2-13 Tennissynthetic gut on sale for 999. E 21-4-15
't 3733838. 9-19-5-13 Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372.2257. 9-27-
HELPI UF's swim team. I'm 9 years old & or rx sunglasses. The Optical 10-15 SKI BRECKENRIDGESpring
8 Delivery driver, part-time, morning houri. have built-in pool. Mom says I must learnto Laboratory 3765563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 Breakl) Lv GVille 3/9, 5 Days $719
Apply In person at Hill Supply Company, swim & you must be responsible, block Irom Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15 For quality products, prices 4 service 365 or 7 Days $850. Air/lodging/lift tick-
1814 NE 23rd Ave. No phone calls. 9-27- (She'll grill you, believe mel) Please days a year, try the tennis authority In ets/transf./ ((800)545.0403) or ((904)273-)
10.13 please call me If you can spare 1 hour per Natural Foods and Vitamins G'ville. E Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372- 0326 9.20.5.15
week 332-8070. Don't let me sink) 9-18- Blrkenstock Sandals. 2257. 9-27-10-15
GRAPHIC ARTIST needed to complete 4.13 Sunflower Health Foods OKINAWAN KARATE- instructor Hal
drawings to be used as illustrations lor 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 Ways to make friends at UF 4 SFCC- Clarendon will defmmtely get you in
book. Call 392-8600 between 8:30: am & Jobs In USA and overseas. All occupa- 121478.15 study hard, dress well, play tennis- & a shape Old strong style contact 377-
5 pm. 9.20.4.13 tions. Don't limit yourself to those lew BMW might help (joke) E Z Tennis 34th 0413, 9.28.10.15'
companies that recruit on campus. Jumpstart PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediatetest St. Plaza 9-27-10-15'
A Plus Notes Are you an 'A' Student? your job hunt. Contact College recruiters results from a reliable source RAY-BANSI I Best Prices Immediate De.
Do you take excellent notes? Would you today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 12- Stringing-Nylon $8 +; Syn. gut $10 ., Pro livery. Call 24 HRS For Free Catalog
like to earn while you learn? If so then Palm Ave. Placenpia. Ca. 92670. 11-21- 14-76-15 Blend $16 +. Ready within 24 houri' E Z ((703)) 359.9819 10-1220-15
call 371-6954. We are still looking lor 50.13 Tennis 34th St Plaza 3722257. 9-27-
a students In these classes: NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? 10.15 GUNSI! GUNSI! GUNSI!

.. APB 2150, APB 2151, AMH 2010, AMH $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Get special student discounts on exams 1800 Gun Inventory
2020 ANT 2402 ANT 3141 ANT Need HELP lor Booming Business and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT- Shoe Sale on all Inventory!! Save from Over 500 handguns stock _,
" 3410.ARC 1211 ARC 2201 ARH 2002, Excellent Pay in 4.10 hrs/week/ HOOD. 377-0881 12-14-76-15 20-50%, Unbelievable prices & (election Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair
ARH 2050, AST 1002, AST 2037 CCJ Call 375-4875. Come on down to E Z Tennis 34th Reloading Supplies 466-3340
3024 CHM 1020, CHM 2041 CLT 3370. 9-25-21-13 Permanent Hair Removal St. Plaza 927-10-15 Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer
EUH 2002 FIN 3408, GEO 2201 GLY Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. lor 8 mi. South ol G'ville on 441
1000, HUM 2210, MAC 1142, MET 1010. Into about the PERMANENT removal ol B 4 U buy shoes, racquets sportswear, Also Indoor pistol range
MGF 1202; MMC 2100, MMC 4200, PET BUSINESS unwanted facial & body hair. 374-4307, strings or accessories, check us out at E Handicap facilities
3320, PSY 2013 PUR 3000 SYG 2000, 121478.15 Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 3722257. 9-28- 9-19-2-15
and SYQ 3010. 9-21-5-13 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS 11-15
STUDENTS GET CASH Rosh Hashanah New Year
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate terminals & pc's, buy, sell, For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's SECURITY For an Inspirational message
In new drug study lor the treatment trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY 372-1226. W. Univ. Ave.-next Cen- Portable, wireless alarm system, Dial 378.3359. 9214.15
of jock itch (fungus of groin), call CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12-14- tral City. 12-14-76-15 guards doors & windows. $275 incl.
3315379. 12-12-63-13 78.,.. 5 yr. warranty. Mini-alarms $14.95or SENIORS would you 'like your resume
SAVE ON RAYBANS 2 for $25. Call 3717853. sent to the Personnel Directors of over
Read books at homel YESI THE BEST....CAR ALARMS** University Opticians 9-19-5-15' 1000 companies In the state ol Florida?
tlOO/Tltlel Guaranteed! -THE DRIVER'S SIDE- 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 You can in JOB SEEKERS. Job SeekersIs
I Free 24-hour recording: 807 NW 13 ST 371-8190 12-14-76-15 FREE KARATE a newspaper featuring resumes Resumes
((415)289-9691) 9-18-15-13 9-25-10-14 keep In shape build self are arranged 4 per page. To have
FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC confidence learn selfdefensemore your resume featured send $29,95 to
Serving UF since 1977 Info call barry 334.8989 Entry Point Publications PO Box 13316
Most insurance accepted 9217.15 Tampa FL 33611 or call 813-837-3003 for

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave more Info. 9.18.5.15
Dr. Steven Schargel LEARN TO SAIL JUST $49
It's fun and 22 ft Char Singer/guitar seeks to form tunk/reg-
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe 373-7070 easy on my sloop.
gee/rock band. II you play
12-14-76-15 ters, USCG Capt 336.1828. 9-21-7-15
drums/trump/qul/bass/anythmg// /
, 6 Certain actor 48 Theater offering 58 Boast
k call Christian 376-4804. 9-18-3-15
1 City of Light 7 Is In debt 52 Pasture fence 59 Pass catchers MACE Project yourself! Immobilizesan Mini door alarms, $l5/ea, plus $3 postage
6 Garden tool 8 Enthuse 54 Yesterday 61 Tracy to attacker. Send $15 cash, cheek, + handling mall to PO Box 694, Ocala. Fl.
I 9 Place for 6 9 Short distance follower Beatty money order, credit card to: Campus 326789046202784. 9-21-4-15 BACKPACK SALEAll
r. Across 10 of Fame 55 "- Is the 62 Shoppers' stop Safety 976 N. McClesn Blvd., Elgin, IL Jansport & Eastpak backpacks on sale
13 Concerning 11 Lake port forest 63 On the summit 60123. 9-25-15-15 Protect Yourself From the Killerl! Amazing now! Tons of styles & colors to choose *
chain burglar alarm attaches to door or from, all with lifetime warranties. Lloyd*
14 Leather 12 Fawns'parents primeval... 66 Beretworkers'
Pyshic nationally) known window. Strong chain pr.venll.ntry, loud Clarke's 1504 NW 13 St 9.21.4.15
tools 15 Metric 56 Authentic 67 Elevations
measure :
Medium 44 Radio alarm blasts. Rush $11 ,95 to Fleming Co.,
yrs + TV taped.
16 Edible root 18 Misshape 57 Jason's Abbr
ship
By App. only. Call 3369154. 1108-E Ivystone Sq., Chesapeake, VA Classifieds.
17 Chopped food, .22 Provide funds 10-3-20-15 23320. 9-21-9-15
of a Kind 24 Do a detective'sjob ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: 377-6369 9.7.3.15 Continued on next page.
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25 Seabird American tree
26 Decrease A N G E L A D A S Sotoy
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30 pro nobis 31 Laurie: or .. SIR EN. C L ARE T

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65 e.g.Drat or shucks, II _r 32 Sick of your roommate's dirty dishes?? Find a. new roommate in Alligator Classifieds!

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14, ALLIGATOR TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18,1990r
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PERSONALS CONNECTIONSTALENT CONNECTIONSATTENTION 19 PETS LOST & FOUND


***GET GRIP** SEARCHI Cox Cable is looking : Student Loans on anything!! MARLBORO FARMS. Quality hors board- FOUND: Set of keys on 9/12. Found on the
Call ACTS 376.7105 for talent to host our SuperVan TV appear. No one refused with good collateral. Best ing on 50 acres. Riding ring trails. individual sofa in the basement of the Reitz Union.
The Spirit-filled ances for an entire year Call Keri at 376 Jewelry & Loan Pawnbroker, 523 NW 3rd turnout concrete block barn. 6 mile Call 371-0814' to ID 9-18-320
Campus Ministry 1893. 920418 Ave. 3714367. 10-12-23.18 west Oaks Mall. Stalls pasture, or full
12-14-76-15 board. 472-4313' 9-24.20-19 FOUND: Young black cat w/ long, thick
THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, When you're stuck out In OZ fur very affectionate found at\ NW 1 gAve

SKYDIVE 3726724. Old esoteric books; astrology and you need cash to get home, Dalmation puppy, last of the litter, 10 wks., + 4 St., no collar. Call 373-9555. 9183
with The Williston Skydivers 336 readings crystals, minerals. ft more.. 9. click your heels three times AKC registered $300. \first shots. for more 20
Skydive
7970 12.14-73-15SAVE 24-5-16 and think of Best Jewelry t Loan, info call 376-2385. 924519
10-12-23-18 FOUND: Purple backpack w// walkman
Nice looking, very straight acting guy tapes, pencils, books etc, outside of Lutheran .
YOUR LIFE (white) seeks same (or Asian). Sincere, GOLD GOLD GOLD 20 LOST & FOUNDFinders Student Center, Call to ID 373
Facts & Fallacy Peace Officer honest, fun, inexperienced and discrete, We buy your old GOLDIII 0906 918320
tells how to guard against serial Write to Sam, POB 5183 G'ville 32602. S WE PAY CASH $ ?
killers Report $3.98. 3-D Press 0-20-3-8' 371-4367 Best Jewelry & Loan Keepers FOUND: 'watch at Med Center on
Box 17395, Tampa, Fl 33682-7395. 9-18- 10.12-23.18 If you find something you can place a. 9/10 Call to Id.nuly373-3100. 919320
FREE ad in this section. Be kind to someone
5-15 The Recreational Sports Dept is hosting a
who lost what found Call 373-
and The deadlineto 27 old SWM, enjoys buying gold cash- you
track meet on Oct. 3 4. yr
FIND. FOUND little 13th black
: dog on St. te
Stun Gun-Buy wholesale 65 Kvolts $50 sign-up is Sept 18. In 214' Fla. Gym Ing checks & making loans Looks for discreet .
if call 335 1366. 19
male, yours 9- -3-20
Incl. unit, bait safety switch,
compact
rel Best
& Loan.
9-18-1-16 Jewelry LOST Gold chain w2
: charms near
wrist strap pocket clip & p&h 1 yr warr 371.4367. 10.12.23.16WE'VE .
Schnell Lake Alice Fields 8/29/ Reward
or on
9042372130. 9-21-10.' FOUND: Set of keys behind Mechanical
.
SALE SALE SALE l l Call 334-7998. 9 21 7-20
GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. Engineering building on 9/13./ Call to ID:
TV S $25 ft up VCR $85 ft up 9 20 3 20
16 CONNECTIONS Best J&L 371-GEMS. 10122316Best 334-8628. -
FOUND Female rotweiler. black
CD players $79 & up. Gold $10' A up : dog part
"' Beat Jewelry A Loan 371-4367. & Loan and brown coat brown legs 2,5 feet tall.
GAY? BI? QUESTIONING? 10122316EZ Jewelry Call 373-8176. 916320 **FOUND: Small lab mix puppy approx
Largest Pawnshop In Town!
GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs 3mo old' Can't t keepl I Needs good home
Info/Referral/Consultation/ 12.14-76-16 Loans with approved collateral. Call SELLtLOANPAWN 371-4367 LOST: Rott mix aprx 85 lbs on 9/10, Friendly & good watchdog. Please call!
the Cash Hotline. Your Buddy Richard will brown/black, no collar on NW 12 St, very 338.0483, 9-20.3.20
BODYBUILDERS!!!'!! take care of you. Best Jewelry & Loan. sentimental to me. REWARDI! 373.3962 9.
Cash for anything. 3714367 101223 17 NOTICESSELF 6. 9-20-5-20

Attend our course on contest prep. Every 18 1005 West
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ceiver from a great receiver." against Alabama, the last time UF Matthews is second in the against the Crimson Tide, suffereda
from page 16 o won on TBS was a victory over Southeastern Conference and 14th bruised shoulder in the game but
Kentucky in 1987. nationally in passing with an effi- is expected to start against Fur-
UF cornerback Richard Fain UPs Sept. 29 game against Mis- ciency rating of 145.33. The soph- man.
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said he believes Everett could be- sissippi State will be televised na- omore from Pascagoula,Miss.,has Back-up tailback Errict Rhett,
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Gators' new offense well received by Everett -I IBy



ALEX MARVEZ In his first start in the Gators' season- sion on the previous coaching staff. "We came in the same year, and we usedto

Writer opener Sept. 8 against Oklahoma State, Everett He was suspended for the first two games get out and throw,"Matthews said. "I said
Alligator
caught five passes for 123 last season because of his involvement this guy was going to be a player. I don't

For a time last season, Tre Everett felt yards and one touchdown in In an off-campus know why he didn't play very much last year.

like he was playing wide receiver at the the 50-7 rout. fight, and was redshirted in Tre goes out to practice and works hardon

University of Oklahoma instead of UF. "The receiver's first responsibility 1988 after spending the year on running his routes. He wants to run them

With the Gators running the ball on 71 Cast season) was to the UF scout team."I the exact way. And he can catch. One good

percent of their plays, UF's receivers were block and try to hold the defensive didn't have a real opportu- thing you can throw a five-yard pattern

not given many opportunites to catch passes. back down field as long as nity," Everett said. "Coach and he'll make something out of it."

Everett had even fewer chances, seeing possible," said Everett, a sophomore 'ft Spurrier gave me a real chance UF receivers coach Dwayne Dixon said

action on only nine plays while playing be- from Washington D.C. when he got here. (It was) like improvement in Everett's concentration has

hind current NFL receivers Stacey Simmonsand "Being from up North and .. he was saying,Tre,we're goingto made him a better receiver.

Tony Lomack.In watching Duke (Spurrier's for- .... get you the ball. What can "He's more focused now on what he has

fact, Everett never caught a pass. mer team) do a lot of passing, you do with it?'" to get done," said Dixon, a former UF re-

This year, UF coach Steve Spurrier's pass- I knew I was going to be in an Quarterback Shane Mat- ceiver himself. "Tre attacks the ball, and he

oriented offense has reminded Everett exciting offense (this year). Everett thews can relate to Everett's has great speed. If he continues to progress,

where he's playing. You get a lot of confidence situation. Matthews was the he's really going to be something in the
knowing you're going to be major of fifth-string quarterback the Gators'depth "
Through UF's first two games, Everett is a part on years to come.
the team's leading receiver with nine recep- the offense." chart until given the chance to work his way

tions for 172 yards and one touchdown. Everett never made a favorable impres- into the starting position. see Tre, page 15





I I USA linebacker arrestedUnited I UF jumps six spaces I



Press International to 15th in latest pollUnited

ATHENS, Ga. Norman
Cowins, the University of Press International Irish received 39 of 56 first-place

Georgia's star linebacker, was in votes cast by the 59-member Boardof
the Clarke County jail Monday NEW YORK Notre Dame, riding Coaches and finished with 787

after allegedly attempting to sell h its come-from-behind victoryover of a possible 840 points. Florida I

cocaine from a truck parked in Michigan, strengthened its State received nine first-place votes
downtown Athens. lead Sunday in the United Press and 747 points, while Auburn was

UGA Coach Ray Goff quickly International college football rat- at the top of five ballots and finished

suspended Cowins from the ings. with 731 points.

team after learning of the arrest. The Fighting No. 4 Brig-

Cowins, 21, was arrested and Irish stretched UPI Top 25 ham! Young re-

its advantage ... ........ celved one
charged Sunday night with pos- NEW YORK (UM!) TM! Uftlled "
over No. 2 Florraw. .4... ..
8011'a c. Top 25 COIIogo'too first-place vote
session of controlled substancewith
Ida State and =uwPha-r: : i ,
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concealed intent to distribute and,carryinga No. 3 Auburn in t....14'Gf' a.i.h.b IM.................. spots after its 50-
weapon posses-
the wake of Sat-
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urday night's '1: Notre, Dame 1-0)787 1
((39)) ) Washington
sion of crime said
a Athens 28-21 triumph 2.Fbddastate, ((9)) ((20)7472) I
Police Major Joseph Lumpkin.The 3. Aubum )1. ((2-0)!) 731 8 State. BYU
Clarke County Sheriffs over the Wol- 4. Brigham Young (1) ((3-0 8t2 7 trailed 29-7 at

Department said Cowins re- verines.ham Brigs.soutrwmce and :: Tennessee ) )((3.0.1-0 ::' : halftime,butout-

mained in jail Monday, being Young 7. Nebralka ((11). p.48i 8 scored Its oppo-
Virginia also : 10 nent 43-7 in the
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made sign ifl- 10. M34
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r r'" cant gains In the 1 11.Tema AIM ) 322?12 No. 5 South-
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by :
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14. 7s. 15' 'one' first-place
attempting to sell cocaine froma ;
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truck at the intersection of Hen- Is. w on ((2 vote, but
.Coaches. tA 450
derson and Paris Street. 17. illinois> ( '17' dropped one
No. 15 UF ;: ,15.Colorado .((1.1.1 42':', 9 place following
When officers arrived, they Clemson
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victory
found Cowins two 20 Tex" 1.0 :,17
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woman and her young daughterat week, advanc21.. ArroniState0 19 24',
the truck, Lumpkin said. 23 m!Oregon '- ( 7 aZi. No. Tennessee
SPORTS INFORMATION ing six places :i Michigan SI.', (ft-o.,1 7' 22 was unchanged

truck As,officers they noticed approached the barrel the ofa Georgia linebacker Norman Cowins was arrested Monday and I after a 17-13vic. ,}?5. :' ': \1); )' 5,1:" after a 56-0 victory .

partially hidden semiautomatic charged with attempting to sell cocaine.: tory at Alabama. I"; :;; :;,..- ,.' :f1- over Texas-
BYU vaulted ;;:
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into the fourth K.00r
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truck. ,standout linebacker for the ", "" .:'1/ ..\." position, and
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first-place
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searched the truck and found a making 10 tackles in his first y>;*';: -,*>ftf:: >! ; effi 10 for the first time in history. one spot after an idle week.
brown bottle containing a sub- game. ;te k di '.*; '::1.0'.*** "'
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presence of cocaine, Lumpkinsaid. ': T places after a 52-24 victory over
Cowins won the "Best Tackier" /-Ttflmm* $1s.. 1-0 ,".'1\ f'o -I : Miami was upset by Brigham
'$4 1-2t California
advancedtwo
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Virginia
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Cowins was the only person in outside linebacker. He majorsin I0wgl -, .!t.Jo.l; ,,1-1, ;1 against Michigan. Rick Mirer places to make its first entry
the group arrested."In MIN_, .. :i1 o.t, :; N, into the Top 10.
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me, I have decided to suspend UGA Sports Information Di- |('.i 1 Sasrdqs< *eb.dttl"(threes!EIYt) ;} ing to give the Fighting Irish a 28-24 Saturday Navy the
< Norman Cowins from our football v'H'v V W 'f >i opening season
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team indefinitely Goff said.
that Cowins' arrest continuesa f'l'!;; OW'Miu.r Ariuoptiwu
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stances, he's still one of ours, Bulldogs.So .jf.-:", '1"j" :" /";, 'our moments," Notre Dame Coach 20-7 triumph a week earlier over
and we are committed to helping .N. & 'lf Lou Holtz said. "I still don't know Clemson, ''Virginia's first victory'

i him through this difficult pe- far this year, three start '\..'.AI.;."*iI i>.lo.k I..t( I how we won except for the competitiveness over the Tigers in 30 meetings.clarification .
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our team
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Douglasville, Ga., has been a of failing grades. (Golden) Dome. UF's volleyball team finished

For their efforts, the Fighting third in the Florida 4 Tournament.

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I1th ind41Andel f -La a Noth T~fcally a maa. -Ih I, U v.ol AT FIO d a VOLUME 84, NUMBER 16 bESa GAl TUESDAY, SEPrEMBER 18, 1990 By JON GLASS Alligator Writer [The Gainesville are Big Blue recycling drive has become the nation's most successful, an effort that both suprises and pleases city and county officials. Among the 222 areas using Browning-Ferris Industries' services, the combined Gainesville and Alachua County program is ranked number one, with more than half of all residents using the turbside containers to recycle. BF] began weekly pickups of usable newspaper, aluminum, metal cans, glass and high-grade plastic from the laundry basketwed bins last year. rhe company makes 85,000 pickups a month from 37,000 area households, putting Gainesville among BFI's most successful communities, which include CtEnnati and Huntsville, Ala "The good citizens of Gaines ville are Participating more than I expected," said BFI operations manager Kirk Payne The city has recycled 2,055 tons of garbage since October, while the rest of Alachua County has recycled 1,419 tons. Karen Abbott, Alachua County waste collection coordinator, attributes the success to an activeminded population and good press. "Because the area is environmentally conscious and the citiMICHELL KAIZ Jim Strom dumps refuse into a city of Gainesville recycling truck. The city has recycled 2,055 tons of garbage since October. Browning-Ferris Industries makes 85,000 pickups a month. zens were already asking for recycling, the program is doing very well," Abbott said. "It also seems programs with good public reladons and education do better." The success of the program has Alachua County well on its way to mneetingtherequirementsofa 1989 state law that requires counties to reduce waste 30 percent by 1994 "About 18 to 20 percent has been reduced, but that is only recycling residential waste," said Gainesville recycling coordinator Pam Brown "Once we increase to commercial recycling, there will be no problem." In October, those targeted businesses will get aluminum dumpsters to use for recycling To further expand the effort, BF! also will set up 75 centralized containers to be shared by groups of residents at 35 apartment complexes Although Big Blue'sfuture looks bright, Brown said the program is far from being a financial success "At the moment, we're not even covering our costs," Brown said "But the markets will get better The state gives city and county recycling programs $400,000 annually Big Blue costs $18 per household each year, while it generates 32 revenue lor each household Alachua County solid waste co ordinator Darin Cook said the costs can be seen as an investment "Recycling doesn't pay off up front," Cook said "It's in the longterm benefits where we're not goingtohavetobuildanewland lil until 1997 or 1998 Mideast protests don't compare to Vietnam era BY JOHN F. BERRY Alligator Writer To a '60s-era protestor, the Persian Gulf crisis shows exactly how much UP students have changed in two decades. Scott Camil heads the Middle East Peace group, a coalition of local special interests calling for a non-military solution to the Persian Gulf crisis. To Canil, the U.S. build. up, the largest since the Vietnam war, seems like a call to arms, But few students are answering, he said. At a Sept. 13 rally at University Avenue and Northwest 13th Street, he managed to orga nie about 20 people. "I'm disappointed," said Camil, coalition chief and demonstration organizer. "I was hopingthere would be so many people there wouldn't be room for them all.H Camil mid he believes UF students will remain apathetic unless the government reintates the draftor reservists return in body bags 'Students of the '10s and '90s are much more selfish than those of the '60s and '70s," he said. "Tey are less politically aware and much more concerned about making money and becoming yuppies Camil, a 44-year-old Vietnam veteran, said he is a national board member of Veterans for Peace and president of its local chapter As a UP undergraduate in May 1972, he participhong Harbor and resumed bombing of North Vietnam afterafour-year hiatus. President Richard Nixon ordered the actions after about 20,000 North Vietnamese troops In May 1972, police used tear gas and fire hoses to subdue about 2,500 demonstrators in and around UF. pated In a two-day anti-war riot. Police used tear gas and fire hoses to subdue about 2,500 demonstrators in and around UP. About half of the 219. arrested for unlawful assembly were UP students. Eighteen people were injured. -Students protested the mining of Haicrossed into South Vietnam But some UF students are aware of the ongoing crisis. History major Aldis Purs said he watches the nightly news and reads his Chrnstian Science Monitor He said he sees justification for American involvement in a middle eastern war "We have to accept realities of the world," he said. "If the U.S. and its western allies are there to protect a small country that has been swallowed up, that's one thing. But if we are protecting cheap oil, that is another," Purs said he would be willing to protest for or against American involvement if he felt strong enough about the issue His protest track record includes pro-choice rallies in Tallahassee and Washington, D C .and demonstrating for latvian independence outside the Soviet Embassy. Student support of President George Bush's deployment of American forces to the Middle East cuts across party lines Mark Little, a self-proclaimed liberal Democrat who said Bush was wrong for invading Panama, said he supports the president in his feud with Iraqi leader Saddan Hussein "He is holding people hostage and says they're guests." he said. "He's manipulating innocent people, It's his personal war Three out of four Americans agree with Little and Bush. According to a Sept. 3 Time magazine poll, 57 percent of those surveyed said an Iraq war is different from a Vietnamstyle conflict and 49 percent think war is see Change. page 5 Big Blue puts city atop list Utility-pole fliers thing of the past.3 UF advances to 15th in UPI polI.16

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2. ALLIGATOlR. TUESDAY SFFTTL MBER 18, 1990 COLLEGE NEWS J Penn State loses grant ference at Southern Methodist University earlier this Penn State University lost a $5,000 grant from the year has sparked letters of protests by conservative National Endowment for the Arts after the director of Christians, The Daily Campus reported. PSU's performing arts center refused to sign an anti Linda Finnell, a professed witch, made a speech obscenity pledge, The Daily Collegian reported. and presentation at the Perkins School of Theology's The NEA withdrew the grant after PSU Center for Women's Week in February. Russ Wise, who at the Performing Arts director Ken Foster refused to tended the conference as a member of Probe Minisign a pledge to exclude "obscene art stores, a conservativeChristian think-tank, haswnten Foster, who has the backing of College of Arts and letters of protest to more than 200 churches Architecture Deanjames Moeser, was oneof six NEA A Methodist church in Ketchum, Okla has filed a grant recipients not to sign the pledge complaint with the University Senate of the United Foster said he didn't have any plans to display art Methodist Church and has sent a letter to SMU's that may be considered ohscene, but sad he refused Board of Trustees asking for disciplinary action to sign because it would restrict freedom of expres, against the theology school Sion, Margie Latham, a theology student. defended J Witch's speech brews trouble at SMU Finell's speech and presentation, saying the forum was A speech by an avowed witch at a religious conmeant to be educational and informative WHAT'S HAPPENING Connections: Gator Connection. a Rible study series sponsored by Campus Crusade for Christ, is tonight at 7 on the first floor of Weaver Hall Call Aaron, 335-1899 or Billy, 371-1009 WSU: The White Student Union meets tonight at 8 in Reitz Union Room 161 to discuss ways to oppose Affirmative Action discrimination Track meet: The Recreational Sports Department is sponsoring a track meet Oct. 2 and 3 Sign up in Florida Gym Room 214 today by 430 Call 392-0981 Educate: The FloridaStudent Notional Education Association meets today at 4 30 in Norman Hall Room 270 Open to all education majors Call 375-0175. NAACP: The NAACP Gator Chapter will have an academic survival seminar. featuring Dr. Asa G. Hillard Ill. tonight at 8 in Reitz Union Room 121. Call 377-8875 Dinner: B'nai B'rith Hillel will have a Rosh Hashanah community dinner Wednesday afternoon at 5.30 at Hillel, Cost is$6 for student members, $7 for UF students, $10 for community members and $12 for community non-members Resrvations due by noon today Minority: The Minority Business Society is having its fall smoker tonight at 6 in Matherly Hall Room 18 Semi-formal dress Call Linda, 375-3015 Auditions: Actress/actor audi tions for Gator Growl are tonight at 7 at the Reitz Union Auditorium Call Ginger. 392-5414 Miss UF: Florida Blue Key is accepting applications for the 1991 Miss UF pageant. Forms are available at the FBK office on the third floor of the Reitz Union, And are due by 4 Friday afternoon. Call Ted.3921661 or 335-0871, Engineer.: The Society of Engineering Sciences meets tonight at 6 in Aerospace Engineering Room 240. 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GRU to target utility-pole clutter II FSDAY,VF~Fl MBFR I iI AJJGAT I High-tech tags save By NEAL BENNETT Atligator Wnotr [IF students used to seeing multicolored fliers on utility poles may not be seeing them in the near future Gainesville Regional Utilities has decided to crack down on fliers that groups and businesses staple to poles because it violates a 20-year. old city ordinance that prohibits "the affixing of signs and advertising materials on utility poles." GRU is going after violators now because "lately there has been a proliferation of them on Southwest 13th Street and University Avenue,"GRU customer relations specialist Ellen Baisley said "It is a safety problem when line workers are climbing the poles and they snag their safety gloves on a protruding nail or staple and a glve is ripped and the worker subsequently touches a power line,' laisley said. However, local businesses said they'reupset that theutility company is targeting violators 'We're really unhappy about it. them bringing up a 20-year-old ordinance," said Alan Greenberg, owner of Wild Hair, a hair styling salon. [he flyers are our best source of clients Greenberg said he is unsure whether the city has a right to pass such an ordinance because he doesn'tknow if the city actuallyowns the poles. If the city owns the poles. he said he'll fight it at city hall "All wecan do is go to city hall and try and have the ordinance changed," Greenberg said. The city of Gainesville will remove the fliers the first time they are posted. GR1 attorney Skip Monasco said. Any new fliers posted after that will be in violation of City Code Section 17.2, which prohibits the posting of fliers on utility poles, he said The misdemeanor charge carries a maximum penalty of 60 days in jail and/orafine of up to $500 Each day a violation occurs will be a separate charge, Monasco said. NATA1hk VA Ns-ALiCATOR Utility poles. such as this one at Southwest 2nd Avenue and Southwest 13th Street, will be bare after Gainesville Regional Utilities begins enforcing a 20-year-old city ordinance. UF professor receives conservation award By LEIGH GLENN Alligator Writer Nearly three decadesago, when he collected signatures to halt development in the area near Newberry Road and 34th Street, E. Dwight Adams never thought his flicker of environmental interest would lead anywhere. Last week, it led him to the Florida Wildlife Federation's an. nual awards ceremony in Ocala, where the UF physics professor recieved the Federation's Land Conservationist of the Year award bor his contributions to conservaion, namely his work against the Suwanee Trails Camp Resort project. 'Me project, proposed three or four years ago, would have set up small campsites every 50 feet on a six-mile stretch of the Suwanee River. The proposed project would have handled a total of 3,000 peo, ple, including their trailers and recreational vehicles. Adams led an effort to stop the project, touring the site and taking pictures of the effect the development would have on the area. He then worked with Judy Hancock, a Sierra Club member from Lake City, making presentations before the North Central Florida Regional Planning Council He also worked with Tom Pelham, director of the Department of Community Affairs in Tallahassee. Suwanee Trails had gained the approval of Hamilton County and the planning council, so Adams and Hancock appealed to the DCA. Both the professor, who has given his spare time in the past six years to the Sierra Club, and Hancock said the area is an environmentally sensitive flood plain that contains several sinkholes and depressions "where water that would run off from the sites might make its way into the groundwater and then into the Suwanee River Although the developer's plan ultimately was approved, "he decided not to go forward with it, saying that he could no longer afford to build that thing," Adams said ",he delays (hat had taken place as a result of the appeals were mentioned by him is one of the reasons why he had to drop the project The land was sold to a bank and will become state property UF forestry professor carryy see Award, page 7 manatees By JOANNA GOLTZMAN Alligator Wrior tanks to high technology, su el Lists at UF are using satellites and computers to track manatees it an effort to prevent their extinction. Researchers with the National Ecology Research Center and the U S Fish and Wildlife Setrvn' art tagging manatees with ransnitters which relay information to satellites and to researchers "Right now, were [racking nmie manatees," said Jim Reid, a biological technician lor the Fish and Wildlife Service. "We are tracking them in order to siudy their long distance movement patterns and local use areas In the new tracking system, A ch was developed in 1984 lind headquar tered a TF, traiimlirs are tagged on to manatees at the base ol their [ails [he devices relay such infrmm timn aS wail(r vinemprature an III, dentiv, oM li and sat rvot ill alna et' i rt'et rthv s Reid 'aid [lie rlmsmmet Iln losed mI pla' Ic and ala t Ie IV I nvflln ither toi the manatee. he said A weak link in the tether permits the manatee ti break loose it the floating devu ie comes wedged or entangled Informanion already collected has shed some light about the mant N habits, Reid said This information has shown us that manatees are capable of rapid, long-distanct. movement." he said "Some may start out in Miamn and migrate as far north as Georgia At times, manatees are capable of covering up to 100 miles in three days" Researchers are also lear ing other fatts abou the nogratriry habits of manatees "We have identified seasonal user)] certain areas which are important to the manatees at different times of the year," Reid said "Many times, mana tees begin to go to South Florida but never fimush their migration They stop I( they Ciund a thermal refuge (place with warm water) that has fresh water and plants for feeding Manatees are con side red an endan geared species with only about 1,200 of them thought to be surviving in Florida, Many manatees have been killed by careless boaters, fishing nets and cold weather. Reid said, li some places, manatees are hunted for food "We can't determine the exact lie expectancyofa manatee, but weknow that it is over 50 years." Reid said "One manatee has been in captivny for the past 43 years Reid said he hopes the project %ill cause people to help preserve the manatee population "We help the manatees by managing humans,' Reid said 'Humans are responsible for the largest amount of manatee deaths No-entry signs idle (reduced speed) zonesand protecting grass beds are all things that can help save the Lives if mranares

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I. ALIGAIUR. RJESDAY. SEPflMBER 5, 1990 ELSEWHERE Europeans expel Iraq WASHINGTON (UPI) -The 12-nation European 2 invasion 0 Community said Monday it will expel all Iraqi military In Washm attaches in EC capitals in relaliation for Baghdad's Fired theArr raids on embassies in occupied Kuwait. and the for saying p Pentagon fired the Air Force's top general for saying plans specifi Saddam Hussein would be in U S bomb sights if war Dugan, in erupts in the Persian Gulf Joint Chiefs In Brussels. the EC's 12 foreign ministers agreed air power to expel all Iraqi military attaches in EC nations and Baghdad th restrict the movements of other Iraqi diplomats only effectiv Some countries, including Britain and Belgium, if war erupts adopted the retaliatory measures Monday and others "Me cutt were expected to quickly follow France and Italy took dad," Dugan steps over the weekend would not b The action was a response to last week's violation you. it wou by Iraqi troops of French, Dutch, Belgian and someplace.' Canadian diplomatic facilities in occupied Kuwait Saddam is Fivediplomats. includingan American, were detained quoted as sa briefly and three French civilians were taken captive he ought to France had been the first to retaliate, saying SaturDugan, ap day it was expelling military attaches and suspected member of Iraqi intelligence agents and ordering 4,000 more 1949, the Pe troopstoSaudi Arabia. They walljoin the9,000 French "Relieving who are already part of the multinational force build' was a neces ing in the desert kingdom in response to Iraq's Aug. decorated V Soviets to vote on land MOSCOW ([PI) -Soviet President Mikhail GorGorbachev bachev Monday proposed a referendum to let the of land, one 4 people decide whether land should be privately owned so vital it coi -a move which led to scrapping the collective farm or the to par system. "It should Organized by the state with brute force in 1929-32, should bede the 40,000 collective and state farms have failed to said. "This i feed the country, forcing it to import some 40 million decided in a tons of grain a year, including 44 million tons last sible a one a year Although! "The to-be or not-to-be of private ownership of land ship could de -this question is the sovereign right of the people the Soviet U to decide It can be decided only through a referenthe measure dum," Gorbachev said in a recommendation to the reform effort Supreme Soviet It would al The call perplexed Parliament because gradual dismantle th privatization is already part of a radical 500-day land belongs economic market plan on which the deputies will vote but in reality this fall. The official Tass news agency said the plan Under the will be discussed all week by the lawmakers, buy land but The Russian Federation, largest of the 15 Soviet only be tran republics, has already approved its own 500-day plan. would in turn Premier Ivan Silayev told reporters in a news conBut Silaye ference Monday his republic might not wait for a he believed I referendum and might begin unilaterally implementmied betwe ing the dnve to a market economy on Oct. 1. Boris Yeltsin Shuttle prepared for earlyCAPE CANAVERAL (UPI) -The space shuttle gallons of Columbia was cleared for fueling Monday, a make-orhydrogen fte break hurdle to prove the ship was leak-free and at It was dur long last ready for a fiery pre-dawn takeoff Tuesday cnppling hy to end a dismal four-month launch drought. of Columbia' Equipped with a new fuel line fitting, three new While NA hydrogen pumps and a new seal in a crtical engine leaks had fir valve, Columbia and its seven-man crew were raise the lin scheduled fora fourth launch try at 1,28 am.Thesday, in the ship's a record 111 days late because of separate fuel leaks -a minuuc and trouble with an on-board telescope, million But this time around, NASA managers were opGetting Co timistic about finally launching the hard-luck shuttle to NASA, wh on a 10-day astronomy mission, the agency's first all summer flight since April and only the fourth this year. Space Telesx 'We're going to keep trying until we get it right," and concern joked William Lenoir, NASA's associate administrator planned spac for space flight. "We again think we're ready to go With Colu fly." will be clear With Air Force meteorologists predicting an 80 later this we percent chance of good weather at launch time, ensources say, gineers rolled a giant gantry away from Columbia track to fer early Monday and geared up to pump a half-million around Oct. i personnel f Kuwait ngton, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney Force ChiefofStaff, Gen. Michael Dugan, ubhicly that revised Pentagon bombing cally target Saddam Hussein an interview published Sunday, said the of Staff had concluded that U S. military -including a bombing mission against at specifically targets Saddam -is the option to force Iraqi forces from Kuwait ing edge would be in downtown Baghwas quoted as saying "This (bombing) e nibbling at the edges If I want to hurt Id be at home, not out in the woods a "one-man show" in Iraq, Dugan was kying "If and when we choose violence, be at the focus of our efforts ponted to his post in July. is the first he joint Chiefs of Staff to be fired since niagon said. him is not a pleasant task, but I felt it scary one," Cheney said of Dugan, 53, a tetnan War veteran. ownership said abandoning the public ownership f the cardinal features of socialism, was ild not be left to the national legislature laments of the republics be decided by the people themselves and ided through a referendum,'"Gorbachev s a serious problem, too senous to be ,y auditorium or forum, even so responS ours." holding a referendum on the land ownerlay implementation of the plan to move nion to a market economy, approval of would give public support to the overall so give Gorbachev a broad consensus to e collective farm system, in which the to the community as a whole in theory is administered by state officials 500-day plan, peasants will be able to not resell it to individuals land could sferred back to local authorities, who resell it. v, the Russian premier, told journalists hat land sales would eventually be peren individuals. It was Silayev's boss, who initiated the radical reform. morning launch supercold liquid oxygen and liquid l into the ship's external tank. ng fuel loading May 29 and Sept. 5 that irogen leaks showed up, triggering two s three launch delays. SA managers believed all Columbia's ally been plugged, officials decided to it for allowable hydrogen concentrations engine room from 600 parts per million ule .006 percent -to 1,000 parts per lumbia safely off the ground was crucial ich has endured near-constant criticism over problems with the flawed Hubble ope, trouble with the shuttle program about the feasibility of the agency's e station. mbia off the pad, however, the Air Force to launch an unmanned Titan 4 rocket sk to carry asecret spy satellite into orbit, and the shuttle Discovery will remain on y the Uy.ses solar probe into space 8. F DOSING WEEKENDII Next time read AsP.P-LvA.U.S-E on Thursday. I The Ladies of Kappa Kappa Gamma wish lennifar Slone the best of luck in the 1990 Homecoming Pageant DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP MEETING All Students with Diabetes Welcome Guest Speaker: Dr. Janet Silverstein, Professor, UF Health Science Center, Division of Pediatric Endocrinology Student Health Care Center Room 201 Tuesday, September 18th 7:00 -8:00 pm for mon info: call 392-1161 ext. 208 A ,nny -Fd. Camg Siqd.,i thins Can Car Us for snuenlfor ocer Wyea

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBERI 18990, AUJGATO, 5 CHANGE from page 1 likely One UF student is among the 49 percent. Helene lachetta is worried about her ex-boyfriend, a U S Be Careful Out There I Use common sense Keep your doors & windows locked. Don't open your door to strangers Use the buddy system after dark Student activism began in 1960 when four black men sat don at a segregated lunch counter in Greenhorn, N.C, and ordered coffee. Later in the decade, Chalmers said the civil rights movement and seven years of Vietrnm led to a According to Sept. 3 Time magazine poll, 49 percent of those surveyed said they think war in Iraq is likely, tory professor David Chalmers said student inactivity is a product of inexperience, not apathy. Chalmers, who teaches U.S. So. cial History of the 1960s, said stu. dents in the '60s spent years protesting while their 90s counterparts are new at the game. "If anything develops, this is year one," he said. The demonstrations against Vietnam were in year twelve." The party may be over. but the fun has justbegun. feeling among students that youth could make a dif a ference With a mean to hell strong economy, students felt their future was assured. "Today, students are more concerned about what will come next," Chalmers said Te market for them is uncertain. It doesn't with everyone else." Referring to the 1972 demonstrations in Gainesville, he said he can still smell the acrid tear gas. Camil said he remembers it too "I see a pendulum in U.S. politics," Canil said. "Right now it is the '50s. I see the '60s coming back. I see people taking an interest in the government and upholding the responsibility of controlling government." FACTOIWV iMEcT WAREHOUHE OUTLET FUTONS FRAMES A ACCESSORIES 8 Eost universiy 375-31M V NAAILEE WATERS-ALLIGAOR Scott Camil Is head of the Middle Eat Peace group. REE 2 ore I Yers IS 2 GNYM ET S, ee N W 0*r, r r USSIN Sears I -, tha r no 20 16 LSM We. regrlm e heild iso. -21dthe Proga Office 30Reitz Union fo 9:0111 am -4:30 prn brochure ame clable ac the Rer Union pRM nop fu %rne lMXM"dent unontPai onmNp Pont ijt pwnue soutwre-i an INep o better wo.k., e C hedl u fte r, set letter graie, and UPabeiein lii ri-rial1 mris anter ono thr fun reall lgini %r n aoglgione Repnare Mtrs. A nowe're len on~ampfuto howw"ishe IBi $I.denlSitliontlwI's fforvnI,-l nght ,,rtem. ibeinght q'iltwan.dI thrnh pncr p, Orti Nro., %lknon h muc i rk .utI ha t, tio Call 'is ''li khow yt lon too make that worrk Mn fur -Accowtng and Business Students call Karl Hill 336-407 SAichiturs, Buildi Constucton and Engin g Senten call Scott Kcker 335-9105 -Ahleics, Fine Art. Law sad Liberal Arts Students call Michael McNeily 3364951 Edcadam, IFAS, Jowrnaiin mnd Hemith and Humm Peffonnmn Siudmai call Heru Ort 373-3255 Health Science Caier Students call Mary Sterrs 371-3606 SmuI F Community College Studenw call Kari Hill 3364807 --tta.0p 0 mesaaa l.M nenaain e S. .a.oine -i ia coid. PS/2 Loan for Leaming is available wih payments as low as $35.00 a month. 1712 W Univ Ave Ths Week's Super Speclai i mnune Soup a c Fa $2.39 I Plus 20 other lunch Special$ from $1.95 call ahead for fast takeout L. -375-6969 L m --Nbl--~ serviceman now in the Middle East, and America's access tobil "They could be over there for years," she said Of hope Bush isn't going to be a wimp." lachetta said most UF students seem uncon. corned about the crisis, but UF his. The Student Health Outreach Team (SHOT) Meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 18 has been rescheduled to Thursday, Sept 20. Student I Outreach JWRU Room 121 ___ 392-1161 ext 283 Attention Students: Tune into, TV 69 (UHF) Beit tit Chrittiir 'Trez'Lw For MOiornto 407-207 01$55

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AIJIGATX). I JFSDAY. SEFIF MB:R 18, 990 OPINIONS management When the going gets tough.dip into your savings accounts. That's the latest attempt by state education officials to find a way out of the emergency budget cuts mandated last week. All state agencies received word from Gov. Bob Martinez to cut their budgets by 5 percent after state revenues fell short of estimates. Some state universities, including UF, found the only way to cut 5 percent was to cut classes. But Education Commissioner Betty Castor has a solution that may ease the proposed cuts. The state puts money in trust funds, to be saved to construct buildings or purchase equipment. But the money sits there until it's needed for those purposes. Castor's solution is to dip into those accounts to offset some of the cuts the universities are being forced to make. We certainly can't argue that new buildings and equipment aren't needed, but we can say that in a crisis, it's appropriate to use money that was set aside for something else. Would you continue saving for a new car if you couldn't eat for a month? Of course not. The same reasoning applies to the State University System. We hope Castor is successful in her attempts to free the money in state trust funds, and that university presidents are given the flexibility to use this money as they see fit, Which brings us to another contention of university presidents -the idea that if they had more leeway to spend their money, they could do a much better job. Now, all state money is set aside in different pots, to be spent only on the area that it's designated for. But legislators decide how much goes in those pots, and they're too far away from the problems to draft adequate solutions. Meanwhile, university presidents are left with programs that are pinching pennies and programs that have more than enough money to run sufficiently -but they're prohibited from transferring money from one area to another. Just as UF President John Lombardi can't determine what classes every college is going to offer each semester, lawmakers can't sit in Tallahassee and say "this is the way every dollar given to the State University System has to be spent." We'd like to see university presidents receive the authority to run their institutions as efficiently as possible. Our only worry is that if this flexibility is granted, student concerns will take a back seat on the priority list. But by watching UF administrators, we should be able to combat that. And if leaders abuse their power, they don't have to remain leaders. alligator Judy Managing Editor M.D. Cumella Editor A. Plunkett Opinions Editor Jacqueline Reslier Letters Pclaoy Lt.,. to Vte Mior Al ould I sced 200 words (Abou cls sbyiO psh Th.s .Iot n Iod douiSOCed ind sAined They oull include. a tnit nfl. addrosa and t.lkannene nanb Nanl will bat i Ue wit, soan just caue If tou Nl anft lUnfloP call *n edhtinvi pfe. dt a 376-4451 OIL! QaIWO E? Sark your car for a day and walk Last week I learned how to carry a laundry basket on my head. I also rode my bike to five press conferences, chased a police car on foot, and walked to the grocery store. Someone thoughtfully forced me to conserve fuel last week by puncturing a tire on my car Heor she must have known that! amamechanical idiot with no time to get my car fixed So I walked and hiked everywhere. Sometimes walking was a major pain I had to haul a full laundry basket eight blocks in 97-degree heat while having to go to the bathroom and desperately needing to blow my nose. Even the neighborhood dogs stared at me Other times I realized what I had been missing by driving my car Gainesville is a beautiful city, and there really aren't many places you can't reach on foot or by bike. Driving less is one simple way to help the earth and yourself at the sometime. Biking and walking are great exercise, and gasoline is not only a nonreplenishable fossil fuel. It fouls up the air. The 140 million cars in America travel an average of 4 billion miles a day, which slurps up 200 million gallons of gas. Cars give off 20 pounds of carbon dioxide for each of those gallons of gas -cough, gasp. In 1986, motor vehicles spewed 6.5 million tons of hydrocarbons and 8.5 million tons of nitrogen oxides into the air. These pollutants form ozone smog, which causes lung damage in humans, as well as damaging trees and farm cropt. Nitrogen oxide also causes acid Group disparities are the norm Editor: UFs Quality of life Task Force delivered a list to President Lombardi calling for measures to achieve the goal of "representing the state's cultural diversity." The recommendations call for the hiring of faculty based on two chosen skin colors. Since it has been proved that it is impossible to oppose such a request without suffering ad Aonsua reprisals, one may only hope to expose why so many contribute tacit support to a goal that has replaced academic excellence as the highest priority of university policy. TGE Donya Cui HE GREEN ZONE rain But there's hope, otherwise I wouldn't be wasting my time wintiig this Don't drive one day a wet-h Walk, ride a bike, take the bus or lay around on il couch If just I percent of all car owners do thy Amenca will save 42 million gallons of gas a year You can cut down on the junk your car puts intn the atmosphere by keeping your vehicle tuned up, using only unleaded fuel, and recycling your motot oil. When you get your oil changed, make sure the oil is recycled. As for tires, like my flat one that put me into the walking mode in the first place, they are one big environmental hazard It takes half a barrel of crude oil to produce the rubber in one truck tire. These things don't break down easily, either. There are billions of tires sitting in landfills across the country Use the most fuel-efficient tires possible (yes, they're more expensive, but worth it). They wil save gas and last longer than cheaper, thinner tires. I don't recommend walking to the laundromat, but try to use motorized transportation less. Do you mally have to have that pizza cardelivered at midnighP Maybe there's some delicious peanut butter and jelly just waiting for you in the refrigerator. Mother Earth will thank you. Do.yla Crie is The Alligator's komlac editor. The core of the issue is the threat to one's freedom of thought. The question is: Does one have the right to think that diversity should not be the main concern of aundver sity? Or, is one allowed to believe that, perhaps, diversity is not so good? The latter is pure hearsay by university standards, but it's also an indictment of the superstition of true academic freedom. Most will argue that. "Freedom of thought in this case is not threatened; such an assertion is ludicrous." But when a university's machinery is used to direct the student mindset toward a specific side of an issue, such a campaign is known as "indoctrination." Academic excellence should return as the university's main emphasis I see nothing wrong with incidental diversity, meaning if the pool of best qualified students hap pens to be diverse, fine. If it reflects a group disparity, however, this should not be surprising, given the uncontested deparifleseonnon in engineering classes and basketball teams. According to black economlt Thomas Sowell, group disparities are the norm and proportional rePresentadon the anomaly. If Sowell is correct, then Lombadl's clamor ings for diversity a, In fact, calls for racial discrimination against the best qualified studenL In.sla McCOirftisI VP, WIse StSdent Union Crisis

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PESDAY. SEFrMER 18. 199. ALUGATOR 7 AWARD from page 3 Allergic Dafte? You can find soreon special i, the "Connections section in lhe( assifieds. 373-FIND In addition to his work against Suwanee Trails, Adams has been on a Sierra Club committee on growth management for the past several years. He also has been involved with growth management legislation in Tallahassee Usually his work in Tallahassee centers around the 1985 Florida Growth Management Act. Several attempts have been made to weaken the act, but members of the Sierra Club, including Adams, have lobbied to prevent deregulafon. "I always was a person who conserved resources," Adams said "I guess that came about naturally from growing up on the tail end of the Depression We didn't have much then and conserved things out of necessity Adams said he believes he produces less trash than most other people He uses sonic trash in his compost pile and vegetable garden and bicycles to school all year As for students and environmental issues, "they probably don't have the time or the background to get involved in the land-use issues.' Adams said Harris, also a member of the Sierra Club, nominated Adams for the award. "Unlike so many of us, he is not paid to be a conservationist," Har ns said. "He does it all on a volun tary basis Hams said he admired the ease with which Adams handled personal attacks during the Suwanee Trails controversy I've always been impressed at how Adams can keep his cool and keep it on a gentlemanly plane," he said things students can do to help the environment, he said "One thing they could do is become informed and exercise their right to vote," he said "Tiat's one of the things that we find -very low turnout in elections by students He said eleting good officials who are sympathetic to environmental issues is important because it cuts back on the time and money environmental groups spend in lobbying He said students can conserve resources by cutting 30-minute showers down to five minutes and planning their trips carefully to cut back on automobile use. ASIF THE FUTUR ecause it does. Smart investors know that your future depends on how well your retirement system performs. TIAA-CREF has been the premier retirement system for people in education and research for over 70 years. We have enabled over 200,000 people like you to enjoy a comfortable retirement. And over 1,0,000 more are now planning for the future with TIAA-CREE SA MONEY LOOKS M SCUIUW GRUTHANDDIVERSITYFOR RETIREMENT SAVINGS, Security-so the resources are there when it is time to retire. Growth-so you'll have enough income for the kind of retirement you want. And diversity-to help protect you against market volatility and to let you benefit from several types of investments. THAT'S EXMflY WHAT YOU GET WIHT C TIAA offers you the safety of a traditional annuity that guarantees your principal plus a specified rate of interest, and provides for additional ThCREF -MasteScciiOwn Aaoutu -newf. geedilIr i Supplsii etia an i Anay phmns E DEPENDED ONT. growth through dividends. CREFs variable annuity offers opportunities for growth through four different investment accounts, each managed with the long-term perspective essential to sound retirement planning: The CREF Stock Account The CREF Money Market Account The CREF Bond Market Account* The CREF Social Choice Account* CALL 15412-2mT 1 FIND OUT MORE our experienced retirement counselors will be happy to answer your questions and tell you more about retirement annuities from TIAA-CREF. Experience. Nrformance. Strength. Your future is protected by the largest private retirement system in the world. We have done so well, for so many, for so long, that we currently manage some $85 billion in assets. Ensuring the fiurn fr thom who Shape ht, FALL 1YEAR SEMESTER V1-fk-a $INN FALL& 1'. SPRING 536 SW 2nd Ave 1T 2sss8 a-n's You are cordially invited to attend the Channel 5 Fall Premiere Showcase. Enjoy a behind the scenes tour, watch a live News 5 broadcast and catch a sneak preview of the Channel 5 fall season from PBS. Tuesday, 5:30 wA But there are HERES WHY THE SMART MONEY AT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IS GOING WITH TIAA-CREF September 18th to 7:30 p.m. A !br nme citaile infbrmdion. incdudin1 charps and apitve, call 800 842-2733, xt 5509 for a pamspaqea Rad thepmopeocauscatdly beeo you invest or send money. WUFT-TV 4 T Weimer Hall College of journalism and Communications University of Florida T IA n 10

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CIaicos sevCtn 35S ligea "allInlpe t ltiang siale to um monsaie x~atle nsples aial l normaion to sisde 06cly andallCar32011 9niumaicn Applicants Sought For UF Student Leadership Awards The Office for Student Services is now accepting applications for the Outstanding Male and Female Leadership Awards, given to graduating seniors at the end of each semester by the Florida Alumni Association The fall award is open to students graduating this fall with at least a 2 5 overall grade point average The winners will be recognized at the Dec 22 commencement ceremony. Winners will be chosen based on their leadership experience in many areas at e including university-wide leadership, colleges or departments, service organzations, social organizations, fine arts or performing arts and religious organizations Applications are available at the information table inside 129 Tigert Hall and at the student activities desk in room 300 Reitz Union. Students can apply themselves or be nominated by a faculty member, Applications are due by noon Monday, Oct. at the Student Services office, 129 Tigert Hall. They should be directed to the attention of Dean James Scott. For more information, call Student Services, 392-1261 Reception Is Today For Undergraduate Students 25 & Older UF's Office for Student Services and Sun Bank of Gainesville are sponsoring a recep. tion for all new undergraduate students who are 25 and older at p,m. today in the Arredondo Room of the Reitz Union. The program, designed to welcome new students to IF and introduce them to other older students include talks by UF officials, campus information and door prizes. For more information, contact Irene Stevens, Office for Student Services, 392-1261, Faculty Asked To Adhere To Jewish Holiday Policy The Jewish hoGidaRosh Hashanah will Ilin atsundown ednefulday, Set. 19, continue through sundown friday, Sept. 21. Yom Kippur begins at sandown Friday, Se 28, and continues through sundown a holday, Se .d 29. Facul hae benAsfolow the Board o e nbs' policy on religious hoI~~~~a eo that easnd other tramursi athletics dncludtr uled on those holidays. If quizzes, exams or lab tests must be scheduled students must be given opportunity to take them at another time without penalty. George Speaker U S Senate Maio Mitchell will be the UF's 61st annual Homecommg Banqu 19 in the O'Conne l The banquet, trad largest gotheringso. business and ed ucat ing dedicated this yea dent Stephen C. O' Mitchell was elect 1982 and re-elected greatest majority eve tion in Maine. He w )onty Leader since t 101st Congress in Ja U S. Senator Bob toastmaster for the inv s nioed byflue Ke 'honorary which" duced many of the st About 2,0w people tend the banquet speakers have inclu George Bush and Wa House Chief of Staf Mitchell Is FBK Banquet ; Growl Comedian Added rity Leader George keynote speaker at Florida Blue Key et at 5 p m on Oct PAUL Center PROVENZA itionally one of the Will O n Fonda's political, For Jefi ional leaders, is beFrxworthy r to former UF Presi At Growl Connell ed to the Senate in in 1988 with the r in a statewide ecas been Senate MaAttorney General Richard Thornburgh he beginning of the In addition, Gator Growl producer nuary 1989 Bran Guenther has announced that comGraham will serve as edian Paul Provenza will open for itation>nly banquet, featured entertainer Jeff Foxworthv y, the student leaderProvenza, who has appeared on "The Ner theyea has p1Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" and ate's political leaders, "Late Night with David Letterman," e are expected to atmade his stand'up comedy debut at the whose previous Improvisation club in Manhattan at the ded Vice Presidents age of 17 Much of Provenza's material alter Mondale, White pokes fun at yuppie anxiety about growf John Sununu and ing up and growing old Nominations Due For People Awareness Week's First-Ever Humanitarian Awards As part of UF's1990 People Awareness Week celebration, to be held Sept 29 through Oct b a special awards program to recognize student, faculty, stall and community members who have made significant 'humanitarian' contributions on campus and in the local community has been established Nominees for the first-ever Humanitanan Awards should have Provided meaningful opportunities for Up staff, faculty, students and local Community members to focus their attention and programs on learning about the human diversity of the community Promoted interaction and positive relationships among people and supported them in their learning about each other Encouraged the acceptance, respect and appreciation of diversity in relation to race, gender, sexual orientation, physical capabiftwes, socioeconomic status and religious affiliation Encouraged discussion about the barners that exist in celebrating diversity and developed strategies to elinunate those barriers within the community Participated in or promoted multicultural activities through art, dance, food, film and/or music Worked toward a climate where human diversity is valued and celebrated by members of the community Encouraged community members to gain a lifelong commitment to learning about and celebratin human diversity Four award recipients, including a student, faculty member, staff member and community member, will be recognized at the President's Humanitarian Award Reception on Oct. 2. Nomination forms are available in the Office for Student Services, 129 Tigert Hall, and should be returned there no later than Sept. 26 Questions about the award progrTam should be directed to Wilhe Robinson, Assistant Dean for Student Services, 392-1261 Small-Group Counseling Sessions Assist UF Students In Handling Stress, Anxiety LF students experiencing increased anxiety or stress in wake of the recent murders in Gainesville will have an opportunity to share their feelings and experiences during a series of small-group counseling session, sponsored by Student Mental Health Services and the Counseling Center. Student Mental Health Service counselors are offering group sessions eery Monday at 10 a.m. and every Thursday at 3pm. Interested students should contact Mental Health Services at 392-1171 for more infoination or come to Room 350 of the Infirmary. The Counselng Center is offering a drop-in groupsessionevery Thursday at 2 p.m. For more Information, contact the Center at 392-1575 In 311 Little Hall. Groups will continue to be offered as long as students express a need or interest. Students matend as many se.sions u they wish. vidual counseling is also available. Indications a student may be experiencing coping or readjustment difficulties include sleeping problems, changes in appetite or eating habits, excessive alcohol drinking, incrased irritabilty or fighting, frequent headaches, and difficulty concentrating or studying Ju d Robert Bark Spaks On Campus Thursday Night Former U.S. Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork will discuss "George Bush, Politics and the Constitution" at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Reitz Union Ballroom The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will be followed by a questionand-answer session. The event is sponsored by the Florida Law Review and Student Government. For more inforniaton, call David Carter, 392-2148 TUESDAY, SEPIEMBER 18, 19M, AIJJGAmP, 9 LCAMP JJT TODAY AGRONOMY LECTURE, 'Potvirus Gene Expression, Opportunities to target for Disease Resistance,'' by Oregon State Universitv microbiology professor William Dougherty, 130 p m 1151 McCarty Hlal ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, Reproductive Isolation and Speciation in Spionid Polychaetes," by University of Tampa zoology professor Stan Rice, 4 p n 211 Bartram Hall FOOD SCIENCE LECTURE, "Apploaton of Membrane Technology to Fruit Processing," by UF Citrus Research and Education (enter professor R J Braddock, 4 05 p n GO86 McCarty Hall ANIMAL SCIENCE SEMINARS, "Is Boron Essential in Nutrition." by UF animal science graduate student Cecilia Nperu, 4 p n, 15 Animal Science Building, "Effect of Ruminal Protein Degradation on Amino Acid Availabilit for Ruminants," v UF animal science graduate student Manual Sandoval, 4 30 p m 11 Animal Scitie Budding WEDNESDAY COUNCIL OIF AC ADI-MIC HF-AN, meeting, It)amniBoard Rooir,22h I gLt Hlil BOIAN SFM INAR Iaicbitmial Lase Hlistories Walnuts I Ims and Oaks, by Florida Museum o Natural History assistant curator Steve Manchester, 4 p m r 211 Bantam Hall CONTINUING FALL DEGREE APPLICATION DEADLINE, to apply for degree or Assou ate of Arts certificate, is 4 p n Friday, Sept 21 Applications available from Registrar's Otflee, Station 4 in 34 Tigert Hall Up UNITED WAY training sessions for volunteers begin Sept 19 in Reitz Union For information, contact Marilyn Hall, 392-5492 REGISTRATION FOR UF ALL-INONE PHOTO ID CARDS, 9 a m to 230 m. at mobdle unit next to HUB and from a m to 3 30 p.m on the second floor of the Reitz Union Students should bnng Social Security card, picture ID and $5 For more information, call 392-U-ID PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT by UF art professor Evon Streetman, features blackand-white and large-format color photorahs, Focus Gallery, 302 Fine Arts o dJngaC Continues through Sept 21, 8 to 1145 a i and Ito 4:45 p i weekdays "WOMENOF CONSEQUENCE USA' USSR" exhibit by photographer Marylu Raushenbush, features 64 photogra hs of American and Soviet women, Gfinter Galleries Continues through Sept 21, 9 am to 3 p m weekdays, I to 4 p m Sundays ART EXHIBIT by Miami artist Barbara Neijna, features sculpture, models and drawings, University Gallery, S.W 13th St. Continues through Sept. 30, 10 a Co. to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, 10 a m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Fridays, I to 5 p in Saturdays and Sundays MOSCOW ARCMiECIURAL SCHOOL exhibit, features models, drawings and r otograghs, Architecture Building gallery continues through Sept 30,8 am to 4:30 p.m. weekdays DINO-MANIA, features robotic dinosaurs and exhibits, computer games, movies and participatory activities, Florida Museum of Natural History. Admission is $3.50 with fee card, $4 for adults, $2.50 for children 13 and under Continues through Jan.6, 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mondays through Saturdays, noon to 6 p.m. Sundays Ill Univefity of Florlda is a Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution

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I.A1JGATORIULESDAY.SEPTEMBER 1$ t9 BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND Ilgator Iassifieds FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED FURN 2 BDR. s min walk to UF, $A87 m call 377 4522 alter 6pm 9-is 5 1 E extra large room tor serious student PrF vale entrance A ball. large Closer small refrigerator, basic until Near law school 378-2997 9 19 2-1 SINGLE ROOM near campus, $110 month, share Ui, student only grd pref 1108 NW 3rd Ave 377 2803 9 20-3 1 1 bedroom api I block to campus. pets Ok Fall or year lease $275 per month Includes ultiles Cal 373-7688 or 1 407 392 0362 9-27 4-1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk to Santa FE CC I BOR $270 $260 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse 6440 Sec us LMR Pool laundry no caTs Or dogs Sania F Trace Apis 378 1190 12 14 /d 2 Oak Glade AQtS near UF & VA quiet washer'dryor available in mosi units for $20 mo Cams Allowed 1B 29 1 9 2 Bath $250 $375 soc & IMr 372-6422 12 14 76-2 INCREDIBLE Efficiency Apt Starting tl $1.6 Starting ad $235 1 2 Bedroom MEA0CWCREST 110 NW 39h Ave 375-3,61 2 4 76 2 Check Our New Specials All Amenities Available FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommales Ava,lable Were No I REGENCY OAKS 378 5766 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373 4500 2001 SW 16tt Street 12 14 76 2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $273/MO LYONS APT 400SW 20TH AV 377-8797 12 476 2 i block to UF, large rooms, Utl paid, locked mailbo, cable, nice $150 175. also I bd eft Close to campus until paid, quiet 376-3291 9 12-11-2 $100 off let month a Fre11 Phoenix Apit 2bdrilba$325'mo close to UF/Shand., all amelties cert ac/hi, pals ok 378 1802 9 1 15 2 AFFORDABLE Lu xury/Securi ty Custom iron se -doorsiwndwa SW 192 bra chandeliers cil Ins, micro senser it, patio privacy Inc From $240 331 2099 921 5-2 Walk to UF Studios 1 2, A 3 bedroom apartments jusI north of UF 411 NW I5 St 371 7777 9 152 A studio r by UF. very Street 371 $245, nice 7777 I bedroom. $260 $349 musi see 411 NW IS 9 18-5 2 2 weeks FREE RENT Huge 2 bd2 be $369 1000 sq teet Bet Air Apartments 636 NW 26 Ave 37 7177 9 18 5 2 ALOHA GARDEN APTS 1-2-3 brI, garden setting near Srands A shopping, flex ible lease, 3009 SW Archer Rd 377 0555 9-28 122 ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 bdI/2ba w/study, end unt, blinds $575/mo Call 33S-2703 0-26 10 2 Apartment near Norman Hall, 1114 7 Ave I bd,, loft. reserved parking, central heat/air 8325/mo 1-407 452,2325 000-FOR RENT: UNFURN. COUNTRY LIVING-near 34th St Plaza 28R duplex, qui.t wooded area. centl air, potseok 8265 MILL RUN-Specious townhouse-28R. 2 5 BA Pool, central air, fans, deck, new paint, near Mall and UF $40 SOUTHFORK OAKS 2BR, I SSA carpet. dishwasher, poK hookups $450 WALK TO CAMPUS-2BR house, air. carpet, fenced yard $375 TOWNHOUSE off of 20 Ave. 28R 1 SBA Central air, dishwasher. hookups $325 KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060 Housing available I blk to UF, Co-ad co op, all Ptml psid Inc ac, 10 mesal, weekly, parking, laundry. $210 per MI CLO 117 NW 15th St. 377-4289 121462-2 1 bed apt, turn or unfurn WILLIAMSBURG VILLAGE 37-1253 10-12 10 2 *A*Apartiment near Shands, recently ren ovated 2 bedroom private backyard ISt month damage deposit Call 336 4575 or 372 2950 10 2 11 2 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE 1987 Skyline 14x56 2bd/mbh. Excellent cond, 10000 obo 336-4884 Alemar Gar dens SW 20th Ave SplilpDin must se0l 9 19 5-3 Beast rental value Mobile homes or lots Will take long lerm travel railers Some good mob homes tor Sal, Pool, quiet Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park 3789291 12 14 63-3 4 SUBLEASE: HOUSE/APT. Need rmmt Io sublease apt 1 min walk to UF furnished 8187 me, Call 377 4522 after Spin 0-16-5-4 Sublet turn, large I bd apt untIl Jan 1990, secure area. In the Pines. call 373 3371 9 1-5-4 Nice one bdm apt $250/mo. Sepi A Oct rent paid. Cats allowed 335-870t P 194.4 Sublease bm/I be Point West Apis Next to pool, close to law school 345 per rrnilh Call 371-9526 9-19-4-4 Sublesas-Walk to Campus Clean fur nished studio, next to pool A laundry 1240/Month Sept Free 371 -0302/leave message 9-20-5-4 Sublet beaulifut 2 bedroom apt Pool, Iaiuflz' weight room. clubhouse $440 Call Dlane 375-7285 or Anderson 335 9190 9-19-4-4 Sublease 2 bdr/2 be apt grooms, pool, secure ares. close to UF $485 io w/ option for turn No deposit Mt Vernon apis Call office 372-5309 9-21 -5.4 2br 1V2 ba, AC, Pool, volleyball, dishwasher, pets ok. 5 min to campus, 5240 rent + util To sublease call (305)227 2545 collect ) 0-24-5-4 5 ROOMMATES Romenmste Wanted n/a F to stay Sep-Doc or longer 106 + 1/2 bills Stay Sep freer Call 374-8434 9-18-6-5 /F roommate to share 3 br/2 S ba townhouse at Casablanca W, $210 me + 1/3 utliies,we/dry included Call John 3364268, 9-16-5-5 F N/S own bdr/bath, 1240/1 + 1/2 util, call 375-0466. lv messae. 928-135ROOMMATES ROOMMATE MATCHING SERVICE OXFORD MANOR Why live alone? Shar. expenses, but NOT bathroornal Large 3bdr/3be town house apartments Washer/dryer in cluded Come by today 2777 SW ARCHER RD 377-2777 924-15 5 I F for own rm/ba in 2br/2 Sbs at Caseblanca Partially furnished, wa/dry, pool A clubh. 8250/mo + 112util Call 335-3546 9-21 12SERIOUS. mature f student to share beautiful 2 bdrm/2 /2 beGreenleaf condo on bus route Flexible lease $225imo 1/2 util 373-2509 9.18-5 Housebroken apt mate to shame gorgeous downtown apt 2bdr/2be All mod conve"iences 24S""o 373-7456 9-200 N/S M/F To share beautiful 2bed/2bath MArchwood townhouse Washer/dryer pool $245/1 + 112 Ut Cell Richard 335 1421 0-20-S-5 Female roommate wanted or own room own bath or 2 temales to share room A both at Oakbrook Walk Call 371 1399 and leave message 9-11-1-5 ROOMMATE -quiet. studious, female needed to share betba duplex near cam pus $1801mo Call Lisa 335-9622'378 744 0-19-S-5 SAVE as f/nS fun responsible student wanted to here safe 2br/2bah. turn apt I ml to campus 3112 s0 1/4 uI 3364103 9-10-4-5 Wanted Sincere M/F n-smoking Siudent to sublease 2bdr/ib, kit, Fv, dock, yard. wash/dry In big house Sept reel monthly $225+1/2u 371 -2477 before 9am or alter 6pm 1-24-25 **OWN ROOM** roommate wanted F N/S student Short walk to Shands/Campus 20/mo +13 Pil Call 333834 920-5.5 1 Sk to UF. Female room. large house, until min, Lok mailbox, private room cabi. avail No plts $150-6*75/mo Call 378-320! till 9pm 9-21-6-5 Young couple looking for responsible roommal. own room, bath, perily furnished Poet, laundry. aumet neighborhood 275/mo + 3 utility/cable 332-4107 0-194-$ A serious more student for large 7 bedroom upstairs apt #110/mO 1/7 utIl. lease, No pets 'S1s NW 3rd Ave 405 W024 0-20-10-5 Need /1/F/roommate lor own room in house across from stadium $180/mo + 1/4 utilities Call 336-0791 leave mes lege 9.19-3-5 3 M/F roommates needed for own room in 2 luxury spts only $175 mo + util .pets okay, flexible lease, 1,2 mile to campus 37S-102. 9-26-10.5 BRANDYWINE* I N/S Fe needed to Share room. S160/mon 13 util, lullytnicely turn, many xtras-cal Fow 373-0024. 9-21-5.5 2 bedroom/i be $175. 4 blocks rom UF 411 NW 15 Be 371 7777 0-1--S FINS needed in Pine Rush Ate for $16 month Call Ken at375-3272or at work 316-JMES (es". a message) 9-24-5TREEHOUSE VILLAGE Roommates available Resrve your room for fail Bus seavle to UF and SFCC Furn or unlurn $175-6250 per roommamon W Prc Mgm Inc Retalr 375-0207 F roommate for 2bdrlba api, all furnished, ow room, close tl UF. no dpoit. Sept free. move in available now, cal 33455 9-24-5-5 0 Classifications 1 Fr Rfnt -Fiurlished 2 For Rent -Unfurnished 3 atIle Homes For Ran/i 4 Sublease HfousiApt, 5 Romminte Poegal 7 P"lEstate 9 Auto 10 W ite 11 Services 12 T'plfg services 13 Help Wanted 14 gusinetM Personals It Personals 18 Connecttonas 17 Nota 20 Lot&Itound J When will your ad run? Classdmeds will begm TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run tor any length of time and be cancelled at any time Sorry, but there can be no re. funds for cancelled ads ROOMMATES N/S F to ren own rmIA1h in 2 aoryampt at Grenwi 3 o + I/S ulil ties Call 335-31 O IC *5-20-6 3 bedroom house M/F roommate needed. 510 Pal M 72 r21 Have Pog, close to CAMiPUS Call 372-4100 or 377-9752 919-25 6 FOR SALE TYPESETTERVarityper S410 2 Disk drives. 2 fim cassettes, 2 film cannisters Factory reconditioned, unused in past 2 yrs Perfect for smell typesetting Jobs Good machine for smal typ, shop Syslm includes 3 rakl. 6 In C film & a font disks. 83,800 00 Call Tae Alligator ve 373-0020 or more info Alpine. Penwood, SOny and 30 more brands are si1 at Out Slew Loation? Car Stereo" Bpeolallste 2215 NW 13 St. 3722070. t2-14-Al-6 MICRO CENTER/ ComputeS 3701146 Editor's calce -Hewlett Packard OH Norlhgate Price lower then mailo'der. Systems below include 1mb, 40mb (2*me) Harddisk, graphics monitar MC 200/12 -$1195, MC E8sx -$1370. Nerthgale 30/20 -82590 Leading Edge lapop II4 MB d A battery 02395 1 A 2 year warrants Omnsite warranties Patahonic 1180 printer -15, HP Laer Jet 1l -$1041 3743 W University Ave 12-14-704 O"ieebOppe Car Alarm., K-44 Nader Detectors, lolisit,, Seteu, Sony, Of.,, Eaten., eMe Av Ce Star e. We k All Price. 3734784. 12-14-71U How to place a classified ad: In Personr Cash check MC or VISA The Alligator Ofice 1105W Universily Ave M F Sam 4pm Main Bookstore Hub Custof.r Serice Desk M F am-4 0pm eRz Union Cashers Ohice M F am -Spm Sal & Sun Closed Medical Bookstore Shands M F 8 am 430pm By MallUse forms appearing weekly in the Alligalor Sorry, no CaSh by mal MC VISA or checks only By Phone 373-FIND: Payment by VISA or Mastercard ONLY Fivedollarmmermum CA F830 4pm F How to correct or cancel your ad: Crane isation: Call 373 FIND Mon Fri, 6 4 pm No refunds can M given Alligator errors: Check your ad the FIRST day Ii runs Call 373-FIND wi any correcihons be lotG sni THE ALIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY tHE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor rected ads wal be extended one day No refund& or credits can b given alter placing the ad Changes called in alter lbe Fil day will not be compenealed Customer error or changes: Coneci must be made in Person at The Alligaar othio, BEFORE NOON There will ba aI e2 ur0 eeln fee FOR SALE CHEAP RADAR Detectors 0 All Brands 375-4875 9-24-20.6 ***DESKS*** (7) 75 each and 25 cOir 85 each. *FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASES Call 372-333H day 338-0004 alter 7 pm 0-24-20-6 ELITE COMPUTER SYSTEMS Simply the best in uay, service and price. all 335.1300. 9-* .15-0 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control any car truck or vn fully guaraned will demo Call 336-0193 student IV eS sage t0.t0-38-6 D-BASS-ca stere Specialist Warehouse direct sales on all wa audio equipment Gainesville student. 25% air ssata nations. 0-BASS 4504 SW 2th Ave GWile FL 32605 9-20Ed's Warehous Recycle 572-0710 desks bikgee. beds steeo, wal. api, lamps, Save furmibue deus, speakers. lablee, oouot. 425 NW let 6-IS-S'S Wireless alarm a tems WIapt. or houe, camplele $849 waranty panic butlaM. 120 decided aarm Cell 372-03 Or 171,4!11. -20-10.6 a E I

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12 ALUGATOR. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1990 SERVICES NOVA STUNGUN Safe Electyvel Non lethal sond $89 .$3 S.H IQ 714 Lahoma Lansing MI 48915 5'/ 484 8807 9 2/ 13 1 SECURITY SYSTEMS at an affordable price Call Davy EnterprIses 336.5636 9 24 10 11 ****ATTENTION~iISGOSO Need Macintosh software hardware Or services at 'ow prices Call Osve at 373 1524 for into 9 21 11 Probrems in Ma,' Then call Greg al 377 8308 Proless onal Tutoring offered at only $12 per hour 9 25 10 11 MATH TUTORS Warrern Bernard and Bruce Teague UF and SFCC Di counts lorgroups of25 37 TUTOR 927 1011 GRAPHIC ARTIST needed to complete drawings to be used as illus tratiol Or book Call 3928600 between 8 30 am & Spr"m 920413 A Plus Notes Are you an you take excellent notes to earn while you losrng 371 6954 We are still 2151 AMH ARC 1211 050 AST CHM '020 2002 FIN HUM 2210, 1202 MMC PSY 2013 SYG 3010 2010 ARC 1002 CHM 3400 MAC 2100, PUR 9 21 AMH AST 204 t GEO 1142 MMC 3000 S 13 A Sadont? 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Must own reliable van or pick-up truck aevd be available from 5 aT untIl 9 a so Monday through Friday Must have excellert driving record and valid Florida dOiver license Pay per ncute plus mileage Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 Weol University Avenue Ask for the route driver application No cala, please At+ irmative Action/Equal Opportunity Enplayer HELP WANTED CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING CLERK Now accepting applications for a classfled advertising clork at the Independent Florida Alligator Some office *killaesmp math ability, dependable and willing to work with heavy public contact Hours MW.F 12-5 p mn Apply in person at 1 105 W University Ave (No phone calls) UF A SFCC studentsonly plase AA/EOE 9 19 4 13 AVON 375-8967 Sell Avon Full or Part time We Train Benefite Insurance 12-14-76-13 INTELLIGENCE JOBS FBI, CIA. US Customs, DEA, .rc Now Hiring Call ()805 687-6000 Ext K 9468 9 21-IQ 13 INTELLIGENCE J Customs, OEA. etc (')605-8S7 -000 ext 13 Fine Line 7 u Dow ft Kg G, wo I *i. 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ItJSDAY, YSI MRi I M 1,, Al IGAT)R I TRE from page 16 UF cornerback Richard Fain said be believes Everett could become one of the Gators' all-time best receivers. "You could see when he first got here that he had speed and ran good routes," Fam said. "It's just that his concentration and confidence have gotten so much better That's what separates a good receiver from a great receiver mo. UFs Sept.29 game against Mississippi State will be televised nationally at 12 40 p m. by TBS, the station announced Monday The game time, originally scheduled for 1.30 p.m., was changed to accommodate the telecast time. The Gators are 3-5 on TBS since 1987 BeforelastSaturday'svictory against Alabama, the last time UF won on TBS was a victory over Kentucky in 1987 Furuan, UF's next opponent, is ranked No I in this week's NCAA Division I-AA poll The Paladins (3-0) have outscored their opponents 125-35 in their first three games this season ME. Matthews is second in the Southeastern Conferenreand 14th nationally in passing with an eRciency rating of 14533 The soph omore from Pascagoula, M iss has completed 41 of 66 passes (62 1 percent) with two touchdowns and one interception in his first two collegiate starts ME. Receiver Erme Mills, who caught three passes for 90 yards against the Crimson I de, suffered a buised shoulder in the game but is expected to start against I Ur man Back-up tadback Errict Iiot, who leads the Gators i rushing this season. should receive iure playing time against Furman, Spurrner said Rheti, a redshirt freshman, has gamed f9 yards on I7 carries in two games GRAB A GREAT BIG MEAL FOR A GREAT LITTLE PRICES 00a ~f FV 0 00 Your Choice Of Meals nbo Meal '2 KrystaIls, Large Fry & Large Soft Drin dscounl or spic'ai Oter e; CombNo MealI Cof 4Krystai Long@Fry & LargeSoftDrink 2Double Definitely different: No corisor necntary offers cannot 's purchased *n comb nailon win any other coupon GOOD LUCK TO OUR SWEETHEARTS Jeanette Grant Stephanie Beauchamp We are so proud of you! Leta L JtYo ,pes 10 7 N0 ove, sisters of AT AAA Excellence 6 .tJr ; t a a 14-a Il/NE I SKE BEACH CRUISER nl S1g Speedl Beach Cruiser 01'] ango" Seat & Wide Tires Cantilever Frame Constructon WAS$159 41b .010. -NO w MANGO CONURE $99$2 sie e r diamond MANGO TOUCAN $229 MANG0 MACAW .259 5 Seach cruiser rIdC cle 214 NOM Wed 13th St., GaInesvlle, Flodda HOU: 1. if -OO pin *i Yeaf MREE Wi l nmi -AN Bicycli Not she sactonf1 Awitin A S'o'". -1MostnirCoN P &Acc. e. .* Lay-A-Wy Avaiiabi. Carn Acepied Chcks With Popr 0 A SPLIT SECOND TONIGHT AT CtElIr AIL CiY $85-0 Advance $1000 at Door -9 pm 18+ Meet the Band before the show at Schoolkds Records -7 pm Jacki Barron 1;7

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16 ALLCAfl)R. EUFSDAY. SEFFI1M$IR 18, IM SPORTS Gators' new offense well received by Everett By ALEX MARVEZ Alligator Writer For a time last season, Tre Everett felt like he was playing wide receiver at the University of Oklahoma instead of UF With the Cators running the ball on 71 percent of their plays, UFPs receivers were not given many opportunities to atch passes Everett had even fewer chances, seeing action on only nine plays while playing behind curren NFLreceivers StaceySimmons -and Tony [omack In fact, Everett never caught a pass This year, UFcoach Steve Spurner's passoriented offense has reminded Everett where he's playing Through UF's first two games. Everett is the team's leading receiver with nine receptions for 172 yards and one touchdown In his first start in the Gators' seasonopener Sept. 8 against Oklahoma State, Everett caught five passes for 123 yards and one touchdown in the 50-7 rout ''The receiver's first responsibility (last season) was to block and try to hold the defen sive back down field as long as possible," said Everett, a sophoore from Washington D.C. "Being from up North and watching Duke (Spurner's former team) do a lot of passing. I knew I was going to be in an exciting offense (this year). Everett You get a lot of confidence knowing you're going to be a major part of the offense." Everett never made a favorable impres sion on the previous coaching staff He was suspended for the first two games last season because of his involvement in an off-campus fight, and was redshirted in 1988 after spending the year on the UF scout team, "I didn't have a real opportunity," Everett said "Coach Spurrier gave me a real chance when he got here (It was) like he was saying,'Tre, we're going to get you the ball What can you do with it" Quarterback Shane Matthews can relate to Everett's situation. Matthews was the fifth-string quarterback on the Gators' depth chart until given the chance to work his way into the starting position. "We came in the same year, and we used to get out and throw,' Matthews said. "I said this guy was going to be a player I don-i know why he didn't play very much last yetr 'Tre goes out to practice and works hard on running his routes. He wants to run then, the exact way And he can catch. One good thing -you can throw a five-yard pattern and he'll make something out of it." UF receivers coach Dwayne Dixon said improvement in Everett's concentration has made him a better receiver. 'He's more focused now on what he has to get done," said Dixon, a former UF receiver himself, Tre attacks the ball, and he has great speed. If hecontinues to progress, he's really going to be something in the years to come see T'e, page 15 UGA linebacker arrested United Press International ATHENS, Ga -Norman Cowinis the University of Georgia's star linebacker, was in the Clarke County jail Monday after allegedly attempting to sell cocaine from a truck parked in downtown Athens. UGA Coach Ray Goff quickly suspended Cowins from the team after learning of the arrest Corts, 21, was arrested and charged Sunday night with possession ofacontrolled substance with intent to distribute,carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a firearm in the comMnLssuon of a crime, said Athens Police Major Joseph Lumpkin. The Clarke County Sheriffs Department said Cowins remained in jail Monday, being held without bond. Lumpkin said the police departmentreceived acomplaintat 9-39 p m. Sunday that a man was attempting to sell cocaine from a truckat the intersection of Henderson and Paris Street. When officers arrived, they found Cowins, two men, a woman and her young daughter at the truck, Lumpkin said. As officers approached the truck, they noticed the barrel of a partially hidden sem-automatic pistol in tpe bed of the truck At that point, officers searched the truck and found a brown bottle containing a substance that tested positive forthe presence of cocaine, Lumpkin said Cowins was the only person in the group arrested. In light of the facts presented to me, [have decided to suspend Norman Chwins from our football team indefinitely," Goff said. "But regardless of the circumstances, he's still one of oure, and we are committed to helping him through this difficult period." Cowins, a junior from Douglasville, Ga., has been a GEORGA SPORTS INW4TIO Georgia linebacker Norman Cowins was arrested Monday and charged with attempting to sell cocaine. standout linebacker for the Bulldogs so far, assisting in or making 10 tackles in his first game. During spring practice. Cowinswon the "BestTackler" award and was named the top outside linebacker. He majors in economics at UGA. UGA Sports Information Director Claude Felton noted that Cowins' arrst continues a string of bad breaks for the Bulldogs. So far this year, three starters are out because of injuries, and two others cannot play because of failing grades. UF jumps six spaces to NEW YORK -Notre Dame, riding its come-from-behind victory over Michigan, strengthened its lead Sunday in the United Press International college football ratings 'The Fighting Irish stretched U 7 its advantage U IT over No 2 Florida State and No. 3 Auburn in 0.4: the wake of Saturday night's 1. 28-21 triumph sas. over the Wolverines. Brig &.1&WU ham Young and T. Virginia also made significant gains in the 11. latest balloting aImt by the UPI -asena Board of Coaches. i. No. 15 UF made the biggest gain of the week, advanc ing six places after a 17-13 victory at Alabana BYU vaulted into the fourth position, and No. 9 Virginia broke into the Top 10 for the first time in history. Notre Dame, which moved into the No. 1 position a week ago when Miami was upset by Brigham Young, had to avoid a fall of its own against Michigan. Rick Mirer threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Adrian Jarrell with 1:40 remainingto give the Fightingliisha28-24 victory. "We were outplayed, but we had our moments Notre Dame Coach Lou Holtz said. "I still don't know how we won except for the compete. itivenes, of our team, the luck of the Irish and the lady on top of the (Golden) Dome." For their efforts, the Fighting Irish received 39 of 56 first-plate votes cast by the 59-member Board of Coaches and finished with 787 of a possible 840 points. Florida State received nine first-placevotes and 747 points, atthetopoffive op2U I" am .Wild.n.s i; P+11 +41 while Auburn was ballotsand finished with 731 points. No. 4 Brigham Young received one first-place vote in jumping three spots after its 5036 victory over Washington State. BYU trailed 29-7 at halftimebutoutscored its opponent 43-7 in the second half No. 5 Southrnm Cal also had one first-place vote, but dropped one place following its 19-14 victory over Penn State. No 6 Tennessee was unchanged after a 56-0 victory over TexasEl Paso and No. 7 Nebraska which received the final first-place vote, advanced one spot after an idle week. Eighth was Miami, which gained two places after a 52-24 victory over California, and Virginia advanced two places to make its first entry into the Top 10. The Cavaliers wik Navy 56-14 on Saturday, opening the season with three straightvictories for the first time since Il Included was a 20-7 triumph a week earlier over Clemson, Virginia's first victory innerthe 'gers In 30 meeting. cladfication UPs volleybal team finished third in the Florida 4 Touruament. 15th in latest poll