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By MIKE BRUSCELL ward a 5-percent budget cut were supposed to be used as an telephone conference, Regents Hemp said.
Alligator Staff Writer The trust funds,one from lottery enhancement," said John Kraft, spokesman Pat Riordan said. v But UF's use of the money may
profits and one for emergencies in College of Business dean. The Regents are scheduled to not be as unrestrained as what
UFs summer semesters may the education system, will lower "Nobody's really better off.You've meet with Gov. Bob Martinez and school officials lobbied for at a
have escaped the threat of cancel- the total UF needs to return the Cabinet Oct. 9 to finalize the Regents meeting Friday in Jack
lation Wednesday when adminis- from$8.4 million to$5.7 million. budget, Sorensen said. sonville.
trators were told state trust funds For the State University Sys- Administrators Although Sorensen and
will replace millions of lost budget tem, the extra money will drop j promised Hemp said they were pleased Although the cut will be at least
dollars. budget losses from $49.9 mil- j[ Summer A and C with the announcement that 3.3 percent,state universities don't
Administrators from 20 UF col- lion to$33.7 million,a onethird money from the trust funds have the freedom to cut from what
leges and schools promised Sum- discount. 1 would be part of their would become available, they ever they choose.

mer A and C would be part of their The deans, who met Wednes-1 budget proposals.just said it was not unexpected. The cuts UF can make are in
day morning with UF Provost ] They also said they hoped Edu- maintenance
budget proposals, although they areas such as equipment -
said would be Andrew Sorensen and Vice Provost cation Commissioner Betty and of
course offerings the purchase library
trimmed. Gene Hemp, said they were been given some flexibility. Castor's lobbying would be suc books."Nonrecurring".
grateful chances had improved for UF must submit its final budgetto cessful.
The Board of Regents, the 13- budget items,
classes early this summer. the Regents by 5 p.m. today.
member panel that oversees "We've been spending a lot of such as the one-time money given
Florida's nine public universities, But one dean said there still wasa Monday, board members and time and energy, along with other for building construction, can't be
told UF officials that money from price to pay. the nine university leaders will dis- people, to convince anybody who touched as of now.
two trust funds could be used to- "As. I understood it, the funds cuss budget proposals during a would listen to use these monies,"

NCAA delivers Infirmary wants

penalty todayBy higher prices ,


Al'igator'! Staff Writer I

UF President John Lombardi! will unseal an envelope 4h gy DEBBIE CENZIPER
sometime this morning that will reveal the future of the Alligator Staff Writer
school's football and men's basketball
programs. Searching for money, officials at UF's ailing Infirmarywant
The letter to be hand-delivered Lombardi!
to by an
to hike prices and look to Santa Fe Community
NCAA representative,will explain In detail what penalties, College students for potential profits.
if any, the two programs will receive for violating NCAA Infirmary director Boyd Kellett said Wednesday that '

rules. price increases for X-rays, pharmacy products and laboratory
lombardi! will announce the NCAA Enforcement services will average 7 percent. He said they are
Committee's findings today at a 2:30: p.m. news confer- unavoidable as revenues slump and expenses soar.
ence. He also said the Infirmary might find money on a new
David Berst, assistant executive director of enforce- campus. I
ment for the NCAA said although he won't speculate on Opening services to SFCC students, a long-standing ;
what the penalties may be, they could range from shutting administrative idea designed for"convenience"and"econ- t
down either program to issuing a simple warning. omy," is still in planning stages with no concrete figures ,\.
Whatever the outcome, UF football coach Steve Spur- to back it up, Kellett said. .
rier said Wednesday he's glad sentencing won't be delayed But because SFCC's 12,500
any further."I students have no Infirmary,
think we're all ready to get it over with," Spurriersaid. Kellett said opening UFs most
"Hopefully, the NCAA will say UF is a school that popular student health center
has done everything to cooperate and that severe penal- creates profitable opportunities.While .
ties aren't deserved. the SFCC proposal centers
While Lombardi! has said the National Collegiate Ath- on profit, Kellett said the .
letic Association's "death penalty" is a possibility for f price hikes are aimed at break- '
either program, the NCAA's 10 original charges against ing even.
UF have been reduced to three major and three minor The new prices, which have 'J
charges. to be approved by state officials, t:

The infractions deemed "major"by the NCAA are that II IIPulling IId would cover the 40-percent in- ,,}
former football coach Galen Hall helped defensive back crease in costs, and still give Kellett .\
Jarvis Williams make a child-support payment; that for- students a good deal, Kellett J
mer basketball coach Norm Sloan helped pay for guard said. He added that the prices' could be in effect by

Vernon Maxwell's airplane ticket to a basketball camp; January."We ]
and that Maxwell hired an agent to represent him before want to make sure our prices stay a good bargain
his college eligibility expired. within the market," Kellett said. "We are very effectiveand
One of the most serious charges originally made by ( ) very competitive in our prices compared to whatwe I
the NCAA-that UF lacked "institutional control"of the thought were the best in the community."
two. athletic programs -was dropped after UF officials, With the higher prices, a bottle of Motrin 600 will go 1
Including Lombardi!, met with the Infractions Committee from $4.13 to $6.64. The same item at Eckerd Drugs or
Aug. 11.The J5 SULLIVAN Wal-Mart Discount Cities costs about $1 to $3 more than )
"minor"charges remaining are that former football poles the increased price, Infirmary statistics show. If students "
player Octavius Gould received a $100 loan from Gators Gainesville Regional Utilities employee Henry Hines want to see a gynecologist or a specialist,they'll pay about
booster Duke Crittendon; that former basketball recruit I removes a wooden power pole from the sidewalk along $40 a visit with the hikes, instead of $30.If I
Reed Crafton's mother used her: son's return airplane ,West University Avenue Wednesday. See related' the Infirmary is opened to non-UF students, no
ticket from a recruiting trip; and that Hall supplemented I story, page 3. 5
see Infirmary page
3 the>salaries of his coaching. .staff. j jf
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Student Government presidential elections So far, the ballot Is one of the most crowded In SG
aren't until February, several candidates for the top job history with former Student Sen. Charlie Grapski, rv
have already announced their intentions to run and some former Student Body Treasurer Alan Levine and Student
SG leaders say a couple other names also have been Body Vice President Kevin Mayeux saying they will
mentioned. probably run for the top spot. White Student Union Vice
Among the names being tossed around are SG Lobby President Steven McCormick is the only candidate who Is Your World
Director Tim Cerio and Florida Blue Key Vice President said he is definitely running for the position.At .
Dean Cannon, both B.M.I.S Big Men In Student this rate, more people may run than vote. r 1r i

Government -CARRIE SEGAL /fIt\ Upside Down ?


: The Black Student Union Project 99: Project 99 meets Classics: The Classics Honor Stress Management Depression
meets tonight at 6 in Turlington tonight at 7 in Turlington Room Society meets today at 5:30: in the
(L007.) Call Dionna at 392-1676. 2301. There will be an oral presentation classics garden. Call Cathy at 373- Disorders Anxiety
Real estate: The Rho Epsilon "Blacks and Money in 1990. 5156. Eating
Real Estate fraternity meets tonightat Call Stan at 3347063. Chiles/MacKay: Students for
& Alcohol Relationship Conflicts
7 in Matherly 107. Levie Smith Pre-vet: The Pre-Veterinary Club Chiles/MacKay meets today at 5:10: Drug
president of Levie Smith & As- meets tonight at 8:30: in Reitz Union in Little Hall Room 205 to discuss Problems Family Difficulties
sociates, will speak on real estate Room B65. Call 3347205. strategy and fund raising.Call Randy
appraisal. Call Derek at 372-3986. Medicine: Alpha Epsilon Delta 336-7711. Counseling Testing
Rotaract: Florida Rotaract meets meets tonight at 7 in Shands Hospital Take action: The Environmental
tonight at 6 at Joe's Deli on West Communicore Room Cl-11. Dr. Action Group's new project directors
University Avenue. Bring money for Layman from the University of will meet today at 5 in Reitz Motivational Improvement
dinner. Call Shawn or Jason at 335- South Florida Medical School will Union Room 355. Call 392-MAKE.

7657 speak. Call Mark at 334-8952. ACT UP: ACTUP, the AIDS Coalition Experienced & Licensed Staff
Humanity: University Habitat for Filipino: The Filipino Student As- to Unleash Power, meets
Humanity meets tonight at 7 in Reitz sociation meets tonight 6:30: in the tonight at 7 in the University Club
Union Room 355. Call Tom at 335- Reitz Union. Rides provided. Call 18 E. University Ave. Call Paul at Private Caring

4060. Franjo at 336.8427. 3758235. Psychologists, Psychiatrists fir Counselors


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expect Souter's approvalBy I GRU rips

ANNE-MARIE don't think there is any doubt to reveal how he would vote on he has refused to reveal his po- off fliers
he'll be confirmed." specific issues. Because Souter's sition on abortion. ,
Alligator Writer
Souter, a federal appeals court views remain unclear, an unlikely "Young people who were not
Because Supreme Court from New Hampshire who alliance of activists on both that interested have come out in
inee David Souter avoided picked by President Bush to sides of the abortion issue objectto droves to speak out against what enforcesordinance
past mistakes of rejected retired Justice William J. his confirmation. they believe will infringe on their
nee Robert Bork, UF law Jr., has published few During the confirmation hear reproductive rights," she said.
sors said they expect the about controversial top- ing Tuesday, conservativesvoiced Abortion has been the main
Senate to approve Souter like the death penalty and opposition to Souter be- issue in Souter's confirmation because -
next week. Baldwin said. cause he had voted to allow abortions the next justice could cast
Despite opposition to On the other hand, Bork pub- at a New Hampshire the deciding vote to overturn Roevs.
confirmation by the National said."I many opinions as a law hospital where he was a trustee. Wade, the 1973 decision that By
ganization for Women and at Yale University. Meanwhile, NOW plans a guaranteed women the right to Alligator
activists, UF law was the Reagan nominee's "Stop Souteror Women Will Die" have abortions."I Reaction to Gainesville Regional
Fletcher Baldwin said mistake, and he was rejected rally in Washington, D.C., Tues- don't think we really know Utilities' crackdown on utility pole
should be confirmed. 1987 because of that, Baldwin day, said Erica Merchant, an organizer what his position is going to be. fliers has been mixed, with some
said Souter hasn't left a for Campus NOW,which He could go either way,"Baldwin businesses glad to see the eyesores
trail as long as Bork, "The major mistake (Bork) includes UF and Santa Fe Com- gone and local bands afraid losing
scheduled to speak at the was answering (the Senate munity College students. said.Baldwin said the Court has their audiences.

Union ballroom tonight. Committee's) ques- Merchant said she plans for a become more conservative, but Earlier this week, GRU announced
"NOW and other in depth," Baldwin said. bus load of UF students to marchin he believes the Roe vs.' Wade plans to remove fliers from poles
tions are opposing (Souter) UF law professor Nancy Dowd Washington to protest decision will remain on the because they were in violation of a
cosmetic reasons," Baldwin Souter has been careful not Souter's confirmation because books.Tudee 20yearold city ordinance that pro-

I I Robert Borl to sneak tonight I vertising hibits GRU"the workers materials affixing removed on of utility signs fliers and poles.from ad-"

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several poles along Southwest 13th
ter nomination." ultra-conservative views and in 1987 and resigned as Circuit
By PATRICIA LEE Street and University Avenue
Souter, a U.S. appellate court opinions about how the Constitution Judge for the U.S. Court of Ap-
Alligator Writer Wednesday and removed several
judge from New Hampshire, was should be interpreted.At peals in Washington, D.C., the wooden utility poles along University
Robert Bork, the conservative nominated by President Bush in a time when abortion and following year.
Avenue, replacing them with cement
appeals court judge whose 1987 July after Supreme other issues were Since then, he has been work
nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court justice WilliamJ. r raising questions ing as a legal scholar at the American poles.
Court stirred controversy over Brennan Jr. re- about constitutional Enterprise Institute and has That has some businesses happy,
interpretation of the Constitu- signed. The Senate Judiciary laws, been following political issues, even those that may have printed the
tion, will speak to UF studentsfor Committee is Bork's nomina- including the Souter nomination. fliers in the first place.

free tonight at 6 in the Reitz expected to vote on tion brought up "The Constitution is law,"" "I'm really glad to see them taken
Union Rion Ballroom. Souter's nominationnext questions about Bork wrote in a pro-Souter edito- down," University Copy Center assistant -
The speech, titled "George week. the link betweena rial published in the Tampa Tribune manager Pete Oetter said. "I
Bush, Politics and the Constitu- Opposition by the judge's official Wednesday. "Like all law,it think it looked pretty trashy."
tion,"" is being presented by the National Organizationfor role and his own is expressed in language. Language Oetter said he doubts his businesswill
Florida Law Review and Student Women and AIDS Fr personal views. has meaning. Judges who be hurt by the crackdown be-
Government, Review Special Pro- activists to Souter'sconfirmation PresidentReagan depart from any plausible mean- cause there are other places on pri-
jects Editor David Carter said. has who ing of the language are not inter vate property to post fliers.
The Review is a legal journal by brought back memo- Bork shared Bork's preting they are legislating." who
UF law school students. ries of Bork's nomina- view said judges Bork,author of"The Temptingof GRU employee Doug ,
"We wanted to give students a tion by former President Ronald should "interpret the law, not America: The Political Seduction was ripping down fliers from poles
along Southwest 13th Street
chance to hear his views and Reagan. make it"Bork of the Law," will cover a told I
Wednesday, said most people
learn more about the political Bork, nominated to replace re- who also has worked as broad range of topics during him they were glad to see the signs I
system in the U.S.," Carter said. tiring Justice Lewis Powell, was a professor and legal scholar at tonight's speech, Carter said. A
"The speech comes at a good criticized by Democrats and Yale University, was rejected by 30-minute questionandanswersession go.
time because of the (David) Sou moderate Republicans for his the Senate Judiciary Committee will follow. "Most of the response I've gottenis
that people are glad to see them
come down because they are an eye-
I sore," he said while tearing posters
UF PAGEANT down from a pole, leaving hundredsof
embedded staples behind.

However, members of local bands
said they rely on the fliers to attract
crowds to their performances."We're .

1 in bands where we're luckyto
make $10 apiece a night playing a
show," said Robert Johnson,a guitarist
f and singer for Screaming Helens.
-. "We cannot afford newspaper or
radio advertisements."

GRU began enforcing the law as a
safety precaution because workerscan
electrocute themselves if they
touch a staple that is touching a t
power line, GRU spokeswoman Ellen
Baisley said earlier this week.

But John McGuigan, lead guitaristfor

,: ". Subject, disagreed with Baisley.

,, That's' l ludicrous communication -
is what it's all about," he said.
"There's no safety factor to it."

"I've lived in Gainesville for six

years. I've never seen worker climba
pole," Johnson said.
-- t Rachel Guinan, a bartender at the
J.S. SULLIVAN Hardback Cafe, said she thought the
Heidi Bentel, Jeanette Grant and Deborah Grant are the three finalists in) the Miss UF Pageant. The winner will be chosenat crackdown was targeted against
Gator Growl. smaller businesses,which don't have
the money to advertise on radio or l

television.Professors .

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demand party's apologyWASHINGTON Formerly of Lee's Hair Boutique in Alachua

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Curls S-Curls
(UPI) As the Senate Judiciary members and six feminists who were testifying before
Committee wrapped up five days of confirmation the panel. Relaxers High Top/Fades
hearings on Supreme Court nominee David Souter Sen. Strom Thurmond, R-S.C., refused to ask the Leisure Curls Shampoo & Sets
Wednesday, several prominent feminists demandedan witnesses a question, but remarked that they were "Call for an appointment today 392-1610
apology from the panel for being treated as "bad "lovely ladies." Sen. Alan Simpson, R-Wyo., rebukedthe
girls" by committee Republicans.The women for "casting a glance and shrug" and
14-member committee heard testimony from wondering why "boobs" on the committee weren't
Souter, President Bush's nominee to replace Justice paying attention. Simpson also said women's groups
William Brennan on the high court, and more than "hung poor ((1987 conservative court nominee) was"
40 witnesses supporting and opposing the New Robert Bork high up in the cottonwood tree."
Hampshire federal appeals court judge's inclusion on And Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., four times explicitly ew
the Supreme Court during its hearings.The described circumstances dealing with a rape while
committee Wednesday heard from witnesses defending Souter's ruling in a 1988 rape case.
representing civil rights and homosexual organiza- "It trivializes our issues to treat us that way, like
tions opposed to Souter's confirmation, and several we are bad girls and we have to be chastised in ThursdayFREE
law enforcement officials supporting the nominee, as public," said Molly Yard, president of the National
well as two former Harvard classmates of Souter who Organization for Women."We want serious treatmentfor
differed on the nominee's empathy for women and our issues.They don't do that to men. I would like
minorities. the committee to apologize for the way we were
Souter's approval by the panel is considered a treated."
virtual certainty,as none of the eight Democratic and Eleanor Smeal, former NOW leader and current
six Republican committee members has publicly opposed president of the Fund for a Feminist Majority, said
the nominee, and several have predicted con- the incident "just speaks volumes about sexism right
firmation. No date for the committee vote has been here in the Senate."
set, and whether Souter can join the Supreme Court "It's a patronizing, condescending attitude that BEER was
before the Oct. 1 start of the court's fall term is the only thing that matters is our looks," Smeal said.
uncertain. "The tragedy is that this (committee) is an all-male
Fallout continued from an acrimonious exchange body, principally of men over 50 years of age,"Smeal ftud
Tuesday night between three Republican committee said. "It shows. It's sad we haven't come further." Bud Light &. Dry

. House passes $283 billion defense bill I All Night :as:

.L 3 377-1619 ((18 & OVER) 108 S MAIN ST :
WASHINGTON (UPI) -The House passed a$283 Making use of $600 million in savings from the
billion defense authorization bill Wednesday that Strategic Defense Initiative anti-missile program and
includes$1 billion for Operation Desert Shield items, almost $350 million from reduced purchase of war-
such as danger pay for military personnel stationedin ships, the package also diverts$187 million to testing
Saudi Arabia. and buying chemical weapons defense and decon-
The bill, under a veto threat because it kills the tamination gear, $250 million for more ships to haul
B-2 stealth bomber, also cuts in half the amount war material to world hot spots, $36 million for workon
President Bush sought for the "Star Wars" missile the C-141 cargo jet fleet and $290 million for
defense program and sharply reduces troop strength. mine-hunting ships.
Adopted 256-155 on a largely party-line vote, the And, to make sure the Pentagon does not divert 0
House bill still must be reconciled with a $289 billion foreign contributions to Operation Desert Shield to
version adopted by the Senate.In other projects, Aspin's amendment demands that 8lV
a late addition approved 413-10, members Congress authorize the use of any money the Pen-
agreed to a proposal by Rep. Les Aspin, D-Wis., tagon gets from countries that have pledged to sup- o gcElWUlli
chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, port the U.S.-led effort against Iraq's invasion of
to take money from a variety of cuts and spend it on Kuwait.
items related to the Persian Gulf crisis. "This is one thing we want to nail down for sure,"
Included in the package is $110 a month in addi- said Aspin."Remember the financial acrobatics of the
tional "imminent danger pay" for troops in Saudi Iran-Contra affair?I do. Itshould never happen again."
Arabia, $177 a month for families who have lost a The amendment also urges the Pentagon to call to
meal benefit because a serviceman is overseas and active duty combat units in the Army National Guard.So .
provision of a housing allowance for reserve person- far, just support units have been activated.
nel called to active duty.

.' Networks battle for rights to OlympicsTOKYO II

(UPI) Atlanta's selection to stage the burned for around $60 million in its $309 million
centennial Olympics in 1996 has triggered talk of a investment on the 1988 Calgary Winter Games.
$1 billion television bonanza. NBC took the initiative,paying$301 million for the
While the International Olympic Committee got 1988 Seoul Olympics and then winning the.battle for.
down to more mundane matters following Tuesday Barcelona.
night's vote, ringside interest Wednesday focused on Barcelona has already signed other TV contracts
dollars and cents. worth more than $200 million to add to the NBC pot.
Richard Pound, the IOC vice president from The Olympics' share of television revenue is
Canada and the driving force behind revenue raising, matched by marketing money, so Atlanta's potential s s @emF
predicted exclusive U.S. rights would show a 50 contribution will add considerably to the $1.84 billionit
percent hike on the $401 million NBC paid for the expects to amass by the end of 1992 for the ensuing 32 OZ. IN5UMTFD SPOKTS QUART FOR $2.99

1992 Taking Barcelona Into account Olympics.four years of Inflation and the four While years.Atlanta celebrated, there was gloom and Gilllm @\:JYml

hype top-spin of the United States,$600 million\ is not some recrimination in the camps of the five losing no
unthinkable," he said. candidates Athens (Greece), Belgrade (Yugos- ill @till Do
Ted Turner's Cable News Network, playing on its lavia), Manchester (Britain), Melbourne (Australia)
Atlanta home ground, will be heavily involved in the and Toronto (Canada). TRAVEL MUG- FOR 99*
U.S. battle against ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox. Athens,beaten by Atlanta 51 to 35 in the fifth-round
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NBC has replaced ABC as the Summer Olympic final ballot, hoped to sway IOC members with the ? ,
flagbearer ABC,which paid $225 million for the 1984 attraction of holding the 100th anniversary of the
Los Angeles Summer Olympics,had a virtual monopoly Olympics in the city where the first modern Games WHEN YOU EMPLOY REUSABLE\ CONTAINERS YOU

until it pulled back, licking its wounds after being were staged in 1896. (Of 0 o g

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for tripBy

z. It '- JACK REJTMAN But Murphree Area Sen.
Henry Gevurtz said he didn't
l'lt Alligator Writer
t understand why EAG had to
By JULIE M.MADSENAlligator Student senators debated for send eight people and spon-
Writer half an hour Tuesday night be- sored an amendment to give
fore giving the EnvironmentalAction EAG $1,417, roughly $700 less
During their many dives,mem- Group more than $2,000in than what they were asking. He
bers of the Gator Scuba Club travel money, then OK'd the supported using the leftover
have swum next to manatees. Florida Choirs' request for money to educate the rest of the
Now, the club hopes to help the nearly four times that much in student body with the informa-
endangered animals by adoptingone. just a few minutes. tion the students would gatherat
EAG President Ben Pargmantold the convention, he said.
Through the Save the r senators that eight of the "We are not here to discuss
Manatee's Adopt-A-Manatee pro- oElEKTRA group's members wanted to attend the environment, but to make
gram,the club's 30 members will the annual Student Environ- decisions about where student
become the adoptive parents of a mental Action Coalition's money will be spent," Gevurtz
manatee, complete with a brief three-day convention at the University said. 'The rest of the student
history, a photograph of their ENTERTAINMENT of Illinois at Urbana- body, who are a 99.9 percent
new manatee and an adoption John Linnell and John Flansburgh are They Might Be Giants. Champaign in October He said majority, don't have the oppor-
certificate.The EAG would pay half the travel tunity to go to the conference."
costs if Senate would pick up the Off-campus Sen. David Dan-
club decided to adopt aftervisiting" Thev Might; Be Giants to olav remaining $2,184.Pargman forth said the Big Blue recycling
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the Bay Point Dive Cen- said through the results indicate Gainesville is
ter in Crystal River, a winter ref- The progressive pop group They dents, said Kyle Kelley, assistant trip, members will establish con- more environmentally con-
for than 200 manatees Might Be Giants will perform in the manager at Spec's Music on North-
more ,
uge tacts with other environmental scious and EAG may be part of
Reitz Union Rion Ballroom Oct. 14 west Thirteenth Street.
two weeks club president
ago student groups. the reason at least for stu-
David Green said. and may be followed a month later Froman said RUPC also is work- "The reason why we go thereis dents. He said eight studentscan
1970s Meatloaf said
by rock star
"If we show a little responsible Russ Froman, Reitz Union, Program ing on signing an opening act for the growth of what I call a get a lot more out of the
action, hopefully it will encour- Council assistant director. the group,but hasn't found one yet, mind orgasm," he said. "When convention than four.
age others to do the same," he and is hoping to book Meatloaf fora you're sitting in the conventionand "One person can go and come
said. Froman said tickets for They Nov. 16 concert in the ballroom. you're relating with others back and say what happened,
Might Be Giants will cost $6 for who relate to your issues, your but it's not as good a learning
Twenty-four manatees that students and $10 for the general "We're in the starting process," mind goes wild and you start experience," Danforth said.
usually spend the winter in Or- public, and will go on sale Oct. 1. Froman said. "The ball's in their writing down pages of informa- After senators voted to kill
ange City have been selected for Gainesville will be the last stopon court now." tion and ideas." Gevurtz's amendment and give
the Save the Manatee's Adopt-A- the group's three-week tour to And as a result of last year'snational EAG the full amount, they
Manatee program, which provides promote its latest album, "Flood." "Yol! MTV Raps" also is sched- conference in North quickly agreed to give $8,000 to
sanctuaries for manateesby The hit song"Istanbul (Not Con- uled to broadcast live from the ball- Carolina, UF hosted the first the Florida Choirs.
maintaining areas with a year- stantinople)" from the album was room Dec. 13. Florida convention for student The group wanted the moneyto
round water temperature of 72 released about four months ago, environmentalists and became pay for its performances, said
degrees Fahrenheit, Green said. and is popular with college stu- -CARRIE SEGAL the southeastern conference Ron Burrichter, UF director of

The program, started by for- group coordinator. choral activities.
mer Gov. Bob Graham and
singer/songwriter Jimmy INFIRMARYfrom
Buffett, officially began Nov. 14, page 1
1984.The Blue Spring State Park
additional doctors or nurses will be hiredto
sanctuary near Orange City was accommodate the new business, Kellett
the first holding area of its kindin said. He said waiting time probably will
Florida. remain the same because many SFCC

Manatees, which eat up to 100 classes are at night and Infirmary servicecan
pounds vegetation a day, help shift to evenings.
keep waterways clean and free- "Waiting time is a major issue with me,"
flowing, Green said. Motorboats, he said. "Our goal is that a student shouldbe
tangled fishing lines and water able to get in the door and be seen in
sports are a few factors that have 20 minutes or less."

contributed to many deaths of But UF education junior Christine Im-
Florida's official state marine an- bierowskl said it took her and her boyfriendone xa' 4 a+ ?x
imal. hour to see a doctor. Expanding Infir- sy +

In addition to collecting money mary service to thousands of extra studentswill
for state and federal research,the make matters worse, she said.

club, funded by the College of "Personally, it takes long enough to see
Health and Human Performanceand anyone In there,"Imbierowski said."I don't
Student Government, has think it's a good idea."

been organizing clean-up drives A survey sent to SFCC students reportedthat
of the state's natural
for many 331, or 69 percent of those responding,
Green said.
springs, would like access to the Infirmary. Many
In some springs, bad visibility SFCC students said they were concernedwith
reflects the accumulation of parking.
waste. Last summer, garbage fill- Infirmary leaders also are exploring b.k'a s btr
ing three bags was removed from other options to beef up revenue. Proposals
Emerald Springs in Tallahassee, include extending service ,to,faculty staff
he said. and state employees.

The club meets tonight at 6 by Kellett said the $379,000 increase in ex- ANNETTE OROWLETTE
the Florida pool to collect deposits penses this year can be attributed to renovation What a boar
and discuss arrangements for costs, the structure of the director's. UF sophomore Paul Grosso and business administration junior Gregg Hunziker play
the adoption. A group sponsor ,salary and mandatory vaccines.,The mea- with their pig, Napoleon, outside the Kappa Sigma house recently.
ship will require an applicationand sles and hepatitis shots took a $500,000

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is deadlyWe to tte\ "new world order!:.

waited. And waited. And still, nothing. Well, almost

nothing.We .

along with the rest of the country, have waited for ,e.Y e.r e..

Supreme Court Justice nominee David Souter to give his

views on abortion and the controversial Roe vs. Wade

decision. But he didn't have much to say in his Senate

confirmation hearings.

What he did tell us is that he has not made up his mind

what should be done with Roe vs. Wade and that allowing

states to outlaw abortion might cast doubts on other

privacy rights.He .

also told us he disagrees with the idea that the

death penalty is "cruel and unusual punishment," and said

he believes the Constitution does recognize capital punish-


So this 51-year-old man has determined his stance on

such a complex issue as the death penalty, but he hasn't

been able to decide, in the 17 years since Roe vs. Wade I

passed, whether a woman has a constitutional right to

privacy that includes the option of abortion? Go listen to Judge Bork tonight I

Give us a break.

He said in the hearings that he would not go on the Tonight, America's brightest jurist and foremost
legal thinker, Judge Robert Bork, will speak at UF. > Ed Scales
Court he the other abor-
saying must go one way or on O
tion. Yet he would say that a death penalty ban could not the How speaking sad that circuit the incredibly rather brilliant than preparing Bork is out for on N POLITICSterpret

be supported under the Constitution. Sounds kind of in- October's session of the U.S. Supreme Court.

consistent.The And, how appropriate that the political laws based on the plain meaning of the words
public deserves to know what Souter believes grandstanders on the Senate Judiciary Committee are used by the laws' drafters.

about the abortion issue. What does it mean when he currently up to their old political games, trying to pry This philosophy uniquely embraces and upholds
outlawing abortion might cast doubts other something out Judge David Souter to justify keeping democracy, for it allows elected representatives rather
says on
him off the nation's highest court. than an elite corps of unelected lawyers in robes, make
privacy rights? Bork was victimized: by the legal lightweights on the law.

Of course the repeal of Roe vs. Wade would cast this committee in 1987 when President Reagan That's not "wacko," "radical" or "outside the
doubts on privacy rights. If that landmark case is over- nominated Bork to the Supreme Court. mainstream;" rather, it's a judicial philosophy that

turned, we might as well run for cover, because there's no It's painfully disgusting to remember how the most effectively buttresses a society governed by its
telling what they'll take away from us next. morally bankrupt Ted Kennedy and Joe Biden grossly people, not its elite.
misrepresented Bork's views and record. Then again, Such a democratic society is surely more akin to
But does that mean he's leaning toward keeping Roevs.
misrepresentation is certainly no novel concept for what our founders contemplated than the politically
Wade intact when a.test case comes before the Court? "Bubbles" Kennedy and "Word-burglar" Biden. seduced society which Kennedy and Biden would

Who knows? The facts indicate that,contrary to the patently false thrust upon us.

We choose our presidents based on their platforms and assertions of these senators and the misguided media, So go listen to Judge Bork tonight, and when you
Bork's views aren't Outside the mainstream or next hear about the "wacko" judicial views of a
their opinions about the way the office should be "wacko." Nor would their
imposition "return this
Supreme Court nominee consider the motivation
And we're asked who "
yet being to simply accept someone tion to the dark ages.
of such statements the of the
assess credibility
probably will be around much longer than a president, Bork was a political football, punted by senators commentator, read an opinion or two penned by the
and the only stance we're given on a key issue is "I don't who cared more about silly little political games than judge, and then decide who's really wacko.Ed .
sound constitutional
know. jurisprudence. Scales is a third-year law student, was last year's
That isn't good enough. We deserve to know what his Simply put, Bork endorses a judicial philosophy student body president and served on the Florida Boardof
personal opinion is and whether it would affect his vote in known as "original understanding," where judges in- Regents in 1987-88.

a Court decision. LETTERS:) : TO.THE: I EDITOR:

Some senators say they are ready to confirm Souter's quality of ,"
Moral codes have caring. And human subjective opinions or "noble lies,
nomination, but some say they remain undecided. Let's beings in general are NOT purely nothing that is based on a lie could
hope they gather some more information before they religious roots rational (mental), even in an ideal have sustained societies for so
make a decision. world. They are also, inherently, long.Although Nietzsche and Hob-
Editor: The following are a few loving (spiritual) beings.
bes analyzed morality, they never
We're not saying we don't want to see Souter on the comments on Christopher Handy's This is
why the killings do not found it.
Court. He seems like a very competent lawyer. But he Sept. 7 column which appeared in just shock our rational minds
as a An honest study of the historyof
owes more to the American public than he's given. The Alligator. It seemed appropriate social contract having been morality would indicate that
that the
be following broken, but also cause a pang of most moral codes have their
society and criminals. concerning Intense grief in our innermost origins in religion and religion
alligatorEditor by its own confession, has its
Criminals "choose" not to conform Human beings do not seem to source in a higher, transcendental
Judy A. Plunkett to the commonly accepted be seeking happiness, but rather authority.
moral code because
Editor of their perfection in some form or another. not
Managing Editor Opinions
Religion and laws are
upbringing (or lack thereof) If Thus criminals
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier criminals received the love and and international "means of control" of an irrational
need to be suppressednot society (God forbid!) they are
care that most of us do, they just because
Letters Policy they obstruct our the essential components of our
wouldn't be criminals.
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8 by 10 page). They should be pursuit of happiness, but because societal existence food and
typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone They are not merely breakers ofa they hinder our ,just
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call strivings toward a clothing are for an individual.
social contract but also universal
the editorial page editor at 376-4458 people brotherhood. Parikh
who lack the essential human And moral truths are NOT mere 9EG

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Steel l Magnolia diabetic she should take life ata enjoyable. She provides the
HippodromeA more cautious speed. comic relief dead-on. forcingyou
standing ovation ended By the second scene Shelby to laugh despite that lumpin
Saturday's performance of .'\ confronts her mother with a your throat.
Robert Harling's Steel Mag shocker she's pregnant. Likewise, Hart gives the
nolias at the Hippodrome. M'Lynn petrified for her character of Ouiser a crotchety

That says a lot not only fragile daughter's health intensity that Just never lets
that the audience enjoyed the warns her that doctors say It's up. As the lady you love to
play but that director Mary too dangerous for her to have hate, you believe her when,
Hausch managed to pull 4J children. Shelby says defending her sanity she says,
together a show that was on Momma, I'd rather have 30 "I'm not crazy I've Just beenin
the verge of slipping into minutes of wonderful than a a bad mood for 40 years."
oblivion. C'q' y f lifetime of nothing special.: In Steel Magnolias Harllng
Originally set to open Sept. vF'< Both Benson and Pritchett shows that women are basically

7, Steel Magnolias had to give, strong dramatic performances stronger than men. Throughthe
postpone its opening until providing the backbone toughest of life's tragedies
Sept. 11. Not much of a of the Hippodrome's they hold together keeping
delay considering all the production. their composure and sanity
hassles that befell its production. 14'11 The rest of the play details They remain delicate and
the problems that Shelby encounters beautiful on the outside and
After the tragic first weekof as a result of havingher tough as steel on the inside.
the semester half of the baby, all the while keepingIn The play provides many ups
cast left town at their touch with the lives of her and downs. At times you'll be
families' urging. Those three friends and Chinquapin news. laughing out loud. and other
vacancies could have spelled In many ways. Steel Mag- times you'll feel your lower lip
doom for the play had it not t nolias shows the cycles of life, quivering as tears blur your
been for the beck-and-call covering It all from birth to vision.The play,tells a common
service of two UF theater marriage to death. Throughoutthe message life goes on butit
professors and a Santa Fe TENIELLE TODD play, these six women deal feels good to hear It. espe-
Community College drama Shelby (Jennifer Pritchett) and her momma M'Lynn (Janis Benson) with problems and provide sup cially after all that's gone on
instructor. have a heart to heart, one of many in the Hippodrome's productionof port and friendship through In Gainesville recently.The .
It's quite impressive how Steel Magnolias thick and thin. Hippodrome's Steel Mag-
well Jennifer Pritchett of The play Isn't always so nolias should be required
Santa Fe. and Judith Midyett Harling's script pays homageto town gossip. heavy, though. It'gets quite therapy a definite stress-
his sister, his mother and to
: and Melissa Hart of UF assimilated Anybody who's anybody gets hilarious at times, thanks to buster for everyone In
! themselves Into this the ladies of Chinquapin La. their hair done at Truvy's* the colorful performances of Gainesville.The .
such short Six women meet In the beauty 'young Shelby (Pritchett).
t production on says Caldwell :as Truvy, Neil Page Hippodrome's productionof
parlor of the town's, uninhibited -
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I friendships shown among Its wants to squeeze all she can Hart as Oulsar (Weezer). or to make reservations
(Lauren Caldwell), to let It all
cast and these women give the There blab out of life but her mother Yes, there are strong performances call the Hippodrome Box
hang out. they
impression that they've been a (Janis Benson worries .
about about and M'Lynn ) across the board, but Office at 375HIPP.BY
part of the cast from the start. men 'recipes that because Shelby Is Midyett's Clairee Is particularly STEVE GILLILAND




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Lobos of some of the most Innovative and
The NeighborhoodLos Influential contemporary bands of the

Lobos began as a small acoustic last 10 years. Those bands include Duran Duran

group specializing In ethnic tunes :J$} f Bauhaus. The Cocteau Twins The LibertyA
played on traditional instruments. They Pixies. This Mortal Coil and. of course. lot has happened to Duran Duranin

became a popular attraction at local Dead Can Dance. the past 10 years. The group moved

weddings and eventually grew confident Stateside few 4AD bands are known from a glamorous pop band to a some.

enough to mix original songs with outside the realm of college radio. Dead what progressive (and as they put it,
familiar crowd-pleasers. Can Dance with their ritualistic chanting "rude") band on Big Thing. After a two-

Slowly, electric guitars and xR defy modern comparison. In fact year layoff Liberty Duran Duran's
saxophones worked their way into the on the surface the band has no latest opus has made it Into record

music. It all came to a head on their "modern" elements at all. No guitar stores. Joining original members Simon
full-length debut How Will! the Wolf riffs no heavy steelmlll drum beat. But LcBon. Nick Rhodes and John Tayloron

Survive?, a bracing declaration of talent far from being "anti-technology." Dead the new album are Warren Cue-
and ambition. Can Dance often uses synthesizers on curullo and Sterling Campbell.

People like to think there is some its albums but as paintbrushes not Liberty seems to close the tremendous .

inherent conflict in a band like this as sticks. gap between the sounds of Duran
the pull between modern rock 'n' roll a physically challenged child that has Many of the lyrics on Aion are taken Duran's self-titled debut and Big Thing.
and the 'real music of the nothing to offer but sentimentality. Andit from very old texts. Both "The Song of The new album combines the spunds
members'ethntc roots. Nothing could be must frustrate the hell out of Los the Sibyl" a traditional Catalan verse. of each of the band's other albums

further from the truth, and the latest Lobos to realize that they still reach and "Fortune Presents Gifts Not Accord giving listeners a somewhat full rangeof

release from Los Lobos proves that. greatness only on rave-ups like "Geor ing to the Book," also of Spanish origin their talents.
The opening track "Down On The gia Slop" and the rollicking sing-along date back to the 16th century. "The "Violence of Summer (Love's Taking

Riverbed" slips by with disarming ease. "Jenny's Got A Pony." Arrival and the Reunion and "The End Over)," the first single, is a departurefor
Ayoung man asks his lover for her handin After the commercial success of La of Words are based on Gregorian the band. One of the album's "fun
an elliptical tune filled with mythic Bamba and the labor of love La Plstola chants with roots several hundred songs." Its melody Is primarily carried

imagery. The man notices a red-tailed Y El Corazon, they've attained a new years earlier. by pianos. The title track is more
hawk that circles overhead and a found confidence. The earnest social However the band's own sensibilities serious and deals with people's right to

monster cloud shaped like a big hand, commentary of By The Light of The reflect the post-modern. "Black Sun" make their own choices.

but she seems to agree to marriage. Moon has been dropped for a more testifies to the plight of modern man's "Hothe-ad," which introduces yet

Then a train whistle blows and the man subtle, natural approach.On suffering: "Murder/ And on FireMurder another sound. Is concerned with the
realizes suddenly that, "It was time togo "The Neighborhood" a marvelous / I've seen the eyes of the living extreme advancement of human
." The music, an ominous mix of fat song that could serve as their anthem. dead...Chained to this rock of a brave civilization and its effects on society.
guitar lines and an organ. drifts away Los Lobos puts it well. They sing."They're. new world/I feel it's always all I ever The line "Time will change the picture"

and the whole affair seems like a warn Just songs sung on a dirty needed to know." And on "Promise of is the song's message in a nutshell.
ing or fable. streetEchoes of hope lie beneath their the Womb." mournful violins and cello Backing vocals on "Hothead" are

Not every song is as vivid as that one. feet." Those soft echoes get their message accompany an equally sorrowful "Ave provided by President George Bush and

but a fair number are. "Deep Dark Hole" across better than ever. Maria." well-known newscasters.The .
has a simple groove and a striking This said one would not expect any. next song. "Serious," warns that
image of a hole that can "Spin you thing lively from Dead Can Dance. But we shouldn't take the world's problems

around and keep you downTie your when listening to "As the Bell Rings the too seriously because that might ul.
Dead Can Dance
feet right to the groundCause it's got Maypole Spins" and "Saltarelly," an In. timately lead to personal misery and
no soul Just a big black hole. strumental based on a 14th century "All Along the Water" recalls certain
Think Gothic. That's Gothic as In the
Even simpler songs like "Emily Italian melody, one can see smiles on moments on Big Thing.
12th to 16th not Allen
century Edgar
about a man looking forward to beingin children's faces the multi-colored rib. Closing out the first cassette side is
his lover's arms have a dark twistto Poe.Aion bons of the village fair and springtimeitself. "My Antarctica." perhaps the most
the latest release from Dead Can
them. He talks of her eyes as brightas thought-provoking song on the entire
Dance swirls with beauty and mystery.It .
the sun and her sweet smile. But As their name implies. Dead Can album. The songs on side two are also
evokes wonder In Its unspoken
the ending is shadowed by his need to and intricacy.. power Dance are like a ghost of bygone cen. great but their Interpretations are left
promise that "Emily, we can hideHide turies brought back to life. They dance. to the listener.For .
But that's exactly what one has come
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to expect from Dead Can. Dance. The cry. ancient yet all its great moments, the
usThey can't catch us nowThey "band" consists only of Brendan Perry they are modern. They sound despondent feature of Liberty is Its stream of different
can't catch us now." vivacious. Aion is and
and Lisa Gerard accompanied by a marriageof sounds. With a new lineup
On a less successful note "The Giving various string players. Their the aesthetics and wonder of life from traditional yet innovative sounds.
Tree" is a song of thanks whose central debut was released in 1984on centuries past to the loss of faith and Duran Duran should continue to be a
metaphor never takes root. "Little Johnof the British label 4AD a torchbearer banal violence of today. powerful band in the '90s.
God" Is a soft acoustic tune about BY CHRISTIAN FUENFHAUSEN BY JASON SABOTIN

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Harn Museum Of Art Opening Dedication


Saturday. .:. Public Tours Exhibits Set

After almost eight years of planningand
development,Honda's first major art
museum at a state university has becomea
reality-UFs Samuel P. Ham Museumof
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Art is finally ready to
Tigert Hall, and paid for at usual advertising rates to com open. -
rnunicate official notices and important information' to Following official dedication ceremonies,
students, faculty and stall Call 392 0186 'lot information UF faculty, staff and students and the
general public are invited to view eight ex-
hibitions and tour the museum facilities
from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.The .
Ham Museum is located at the cor-
U F Policy Prohibits ner of Hull Road and S.W. 34th Street.
Inaugural exhibitions at the museum include -
*'A Golden Age of ," a %Y
Throwing ObjectsAt
show of 39 works by Dutch, Flemish and d
German masters of the 16th and 17th cen-
Football GamesPersons turies; "A Distant View: Florida Paintingsby

who throw anything or over- Herman Herzog," a series depictingthe
crowd bloc seating areas during football wilderness of 19th-century Florida; f
games, including Saturday's Furman and "Color in Art," a show exploring the
game, at Florida Field run the risk of not use of color in 2and 3-dimensional works
only hurting someone, but also of losing by well-known 20th-century artists.
season ticket privileges for the rest of the "Red Dragon," a kinetic sculpture by in-
1990 football season. ternationally acclaimed artist Alexander

University policy prohibits the throw- Calder, will be illuminated by the Graphic artist Tim Joiner adds final touches to a display in preparation for Saturday
ing of ANY object in the stands, in- pyramidal skylight in the Ham Museum'srotunda 's opening of UF's Samuel P. Harn Museum of ArtUF( photo by Gene Bednarek) I
cluding, but not limited to, paper and and the halls encircling the main ..
plastic cups and their contents. gallery will future "Contemporary Latin years to complete and was named in tion of public and private funding, part-
The sharing of tickets to obtain entrance American Paintings," "American Painting honor of former Gainesville Chamber of ly provided through the Ham Alliance
into bloc seating areas is not allowed, and : A Collections Sampler," "Art of West Commerce manager Samuel P. Ham, membership organization.The .
persons must be in possession of their Africa" and "Art of Papua New Guinea," whose widow and descendants made the contemporary 62,000-square-foot
tickets at all times. The possession of any showing works from the museum's strong founding gift to UF for the museum's museum includes 22,000< )square feet of ex-
alcoholic beverage is as is any collections in these areas. construction.The hibition space, a 200-seat auditorium, a
form of disruptive behavior, such as The $8.5 million project took over two museum will operate on a combina- museum store, classrooms, art conserva-
intoxication. tion facilities spacious areas for art
public -
Individuals found violating these storage and; handling and offices for a
policies will be removed from the game professional staff of 23. There are also 12
and subject to arrest and prosecutionunder I CAMPUSf I part-time employees and over 100 docents
applicable laws and state statutes. and volunteers at the museum.
Students involved in such activities also Architects for the museum were Kha
will be subject to disciplinary action Le-Huu and Partners of Orlando and
through the Office for Student Services.In TODAY York, M.D., chief of Louisiana State Jackson-Reeger of Gainesville.The .
addition, in order to protect Florida LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO- University's Experimental Research museum is charged with the
Field's new grass surface, Gator fans are QUIUM, "Nicaraguan Transition: The Center, 4 p.m., R3-265 Heal Science responsibility of consolidating assemble
asked to refrain from walking on the field Opposition in Power, The Sandinistas in Center Academic Research Building. for the diverse collections of art
before or after the game.SG's Opposition," by UF political science assis- WILDLIFE&RANGE SCIENCES SEM- at UF over the past several decades, as
tant professor Philip Williams, noon, 376 INAR, "Avian Community Changes ona well as fulfilling the research and educa-
Grinter Hall.FORESTRY. Panamanian Land-Bridge Island: It's tion mission of a university museum and
Awareness Week SEMINAR, "Agroforestry Not BCI," by UF wildlife and range reaching beyond the academic setting to
in the Amazon Basin: Present and sciences graduate student Peter Polshek, attract and serve a broad public audience.
Begins Tuesday; Free Future," by Luiz Antonio de Oliveira, 4 p.m., 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall. Founding museum director Budd Har-
researcher at Brazil's Instituto Nacional de ris Bishop came to UF in 1987, when the
Concert ScheduledStudent Pesquisas da Amazonia, 4 p.m., 112 museum was still a concept, to oversee the
Government Awareness Week, Newins-Zie !ler':!: Hall. UF UNITED WAY training sessions for design and development of the project.
to be held Sept. 25 through 28, is designedto TALK BY%JUDGE ROBERT BORK, for- volunteers through Sept. 27 in Reitz Bishop previously served for 10 years as
welcome new and returning studentsto mer U.S. Supreme Court nominee, titled Union. For information, contact MarilynHall director of Chattanooga's Hunter Museumof
the UF and help increase their "George Bush, Politics and the Constitu- 392-5492. Art and for 10 years as director of the
awareness campus of activities. tion," 6 p.m., Reitz Union Ballroom, free REGISTRATION FOR UF ALL-IN- Columbus Museum of Art in Ohio.
The week-long campus celebration begins Tues- and open to public, sponsored by Florida ONE PHOTO ID CARDS, 9 a.m. to 2:30: Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 25, the mu-
day with free food and drinks, a volleyball Law Review and Student Government. p.m. at mobile unit next to HUB and from seum will be open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.Tues-
ARCHAEOLOGY LECTURE "Trea- 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. on the second floor
tournament and games from 11 a.m. to 3p.m. days through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
sures of Ancient Macedonian Tombs,"by of the Reitz Union. Students should bring Ad-
on the Reitz Union North Lawn. An Saturdays 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays.
Student Senate meeting will be heldat Pennsylvania State University professor Social Security card, picture ID and $5. mission is free and tours of exhibitions or
open 7:30: Tuesday in the Reitz Union Eugene Borza, 8 p.m., 105 Fine Arts For more information, call 392-UFID. collections can be arranged through the
p.m. B UF Center for PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT by UF art
Auditorium. Building sponsored by museum's programs office. A full rangeof
Wednesday is Honors Court Aware- Greek Studies and Archaeological In- professor Evon Streetman, features black- educational programs is planned for
ness Day, and information tables will be stitute of America. and-white and large-format color photographs the general public, as wen as research and
Focus Gallery, 302 Fine Arts
set up from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Turl- FRIDAY C. study opportunities for the academic
Building Continues
through Sept. 21, 8
Hall SG's Environ- community.
to 11:45: a.m. and 1 to 4:45: p.m. weekdays.
mental Affairs Cabinet will kick off to apply for degree or Associate of "WOMEN OF CONSEQUENCE USAf/
semester activities from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Arts certificate, is 4 p.m. today. Applica- USSR" exhibit by photographer
Marylu Sign Up Now For Workshop
also in the Hall Courtyard. A
tions available from Registrar's Office, Raushenbush, features 64 photographs\ of
free showing of the film"Total Recall"will Station 4 in 34 Tigert Hall. American and Soviet women, Grinter On Theses DissertationsStudents
be presented at 7 and 9:30: p.m. in the CHRISTIAN FACULTY FELLOWSHIP Galleries. Continues through Sept. 21,9 ,
Reitz Union Auditorium.On MEETING, UF assistant professor of a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays, 1 to 4 can get help in learning howto
Thursday an organizational fair, cosponsored mathematics Bernard Mair speaker, 11:45: Sundays.ART write a thesis or dissertation at a
by SG and the Reitz Union a.m., Burger King Meeting Room, 1542 EXHIBIT by Miami artist Barbara workshop offered by the UF Reading and
Council will feature information Writing Center,in with the
Program W. University Avenue. Neijna, features sculpture, models and conjunction
about clubs. The fair will professional staff from the
various Teaching
campus CHEMISTRY SEMINAR, "Research on drawings, University Gallery, S.W. 13th
, be set up from noon to 4 p.m. on the Reitz American Wine,"by American Chemical St. Continues through Sept. 30, 10 a.m. Center, Graduate School Editorial Office,
Union North Lawn. Society tour speaker and University of to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Library West, Marston Science Library and
On Friday, SG Productions is sponsor- California at Davis enology professor Wednesdays through Fridays, 1 to 5 the Health Science Library
ing a concert by the Smithereens and Maynard Amerine,4 p.m.,340 Chemistry Saturdays and Sundays. p.m. The free workshop, to be offered Sept.
Carry Nation at 6 p.m. at the UF Band- Research Building. MOSCOW ARCHnECTURAL SCHOOL 25, 27 and 28 and Oct. 2, will provide In-

shell. The concert is free and open to:the MONDAYNUTRITIONAL exhibit, features models, drawings and formation on planning, editing and researching -
theses and dissertations.
public.For information about Student SCIENCES SEMINAR, hotogrs.Continues Building Space is limited, and students should
"The Essential Role of Glucocortkoids in Gallery. through Sept. 30, 8
Week call SG at register in advance. For informationon
Government Awareness more
to 4:30
392-1665 the Development of Obesity by David a.m. : p.m..weekdays. the workshop, call 392-0791.

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"Words." Other favorites include Little
Conveniently set along the interstate, Richard's "Tuttl Frutti" and a cheerful
among the service stations and 24-hour country rendition of Credence Clear-
restaurants, the Holiday Inn at Inter- water Revival's "Bad Moon Rising:
state 75 and Newberry Road provides .1 "They love to dance," Joe said In
refuge for the weary traveler and the I. between the night's second and third
tired executive for some, companyfor sets. "They'll dance to anything.
the lonely heart. .. Two people almost always on the
Through the electronic lobby doors, dance floor are Virginia and Ken who
down the brick-tiled hallway to the left blow away the amateur twostepperswith
of the reception desk, past the soundsof their Fred and Ginger-like movements -
piped-in Muzak and the sign direct- i ifi" They met each other while
Ing conventloners to the DeSoto taking dance classes several years
Granada or Captlva banquet rooms is back, and they have been dancing a few
the dark refuge of The Gathering nights a week at the lounge for months.
Lounge less a place to gather thana *+ As far as the band is concerned, the
place to escape. couple worries most about having a
It's a standard-Issue American dance beat to move to.
hotel/motel, lounge/bar with nouveau "It's fun, because you can do a bit of
wood and faux brass lining the bar and everything," Ken says, holding his extra
cocktail tables and railings that have pair of dancing shoes In a plastic bag.
just enough space on them for a drinkof Tonight, they did a little cha-cha,
choice to be placed. Tan cloth arm rumba, swing foxy samba and of
chairs and bar stools match the table course, disco, he says.
tops that appear to be green, althoughthe Another frequent foot stomper Darlene -
lights are kept Just bright enoughto likes coming here because she can
Longtime regulars Myrna and Mike reminisce about their adventures at the Gathering
read a name and phone number enjoy dancing with her daughter, as
scribbled on an old cocktail napkin. Lounge.a well as meet new people
With the exception of a small stagein line when an unfamiliar face enters Myrna and a friend drank four bottlesof "You meet people from all over the
the corner and a moderately sized the bar One gentleman, Sam, will ask champagne and the infamous country here," says short, brown-
dance floor, all of The Gathering for a woman's proof of age even thoughhe's shenanigans when the Gatornatlonals haired Darlene, in a light summer
Lounge's furniture and accessories sitting 30 feet away from the bar drag races came to town and Mike sweater, jeans high-heeled sandals
from the high-backed booths to the entrance with a beer in hand and a shot bought beer for everyone. and holding a vodka and orange juice.
mirror etchings of Laurel and Hardy of Jack Daniels at his side. Myrna sits quietly and elegantly in a "It's different every night.
and Mae West could have come directly "I'm very good with women," Sam swivel chair as Mike continues to spin Darlene who says she's on vacation
from those round-the-clock restaurantswith boasts, wearing a striped golf shirt lounge legend about the women who since recently quitting her job as a bar
which the hotel shares NewberryRoad. tennis shorts, sneakers and nicknamed Mike and his friends manager said she thinks The Gather-
suspenders. "I'm a bullshltter. I'm a "Lounge Lizards." Inhaling smoke ing Lounge Is a singles meat market
But in the dark, with the top-40 band love-giver. I'm a woman-lover.: through a slender cigarette holder, she every night. -I 1 have enough sense to
Crossfire playing their best dance songs Sam comes here every Thursday with sits with perfect posture, her dark. walk out of here alone" she said.
and with the cigarette smoke continually his best friend. Tom after they play brown hair neatly piled in a bun. She Darlene sits with her thin, blonde,
thickening, this place becomes a nine holes at West End Golf Course. laughs as Mike lights her latest
getaway for the over-30 single crowd Tom. who prefers to drink his Jack on cigarette and jokes about the day she'll
giving them a chance to relax, drink, the rocks, won tonight's game, but Samis let her hair down.
dance and meet new faces. Probably the now more Interested in dancing, and But strange as it may seem, most of
only common element found among the flirting with the ladies. the regulars only see each other at the
100 or so patrons In this college-town The clientele Is an interesting mix; lounge they don't socialize beyond
I bar is their ages, not their majors. It's during the week it will Include more Holiday Inn walls. They all go about
hard to see a face that looks under 30 business people, conservative-types, their daily routines, said Mike, who
years old on any given night, and that's said eight-year Gathering Lounge works for the Cancer Society, and just
how the regulars say they like it. veteran Mike. "I'm usually a weekend continue to meet, drink and dance at
"I 1 don't like to go where those college person." he said. And there are always their nightly oasis from the real world.
kids go; I'm from the '50s and '60s. travelers and infrequent local patrons "We're going to play some Rolling
said salt-and-pepper' haired Buck, a emptying the high ball glasses and Stones now, and .don't !try to stop us."
says Crossfire lead singer guitarist
and Bee Gees fanatic Joe to the
\) audience. Of the more than 100
patrons. no one responds. The band
... just starts up Its Interpretation of f
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fills again.
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songs they like, not the other stuff the
., .. .. ... I college bars play. It's the company that Patrons mingle outside the entrance that
.r i \ counts, one regular points out. divides the lounge from the rest of the
: ,' 'Z I. The three entertainers of the night. world.
I -1 Joe. Suzy and Kevin, hall from Sanford. made-up daughter Sheila and a friend

..t y : :1 ". = y Their band regularly, plays at hotel Kenny. Sheila and Kenny in their early
lounges around Central Florida, but 20s, are probably the youngest patronsIn
't" they look more like amateur heavy the bar, and they actually stick out

I .. .,,",,,".,".,."r". .. .. :. '" .,. metal rockers than performers stig- because of their age. They're having fun
; matized by brandy snifter tip jars and with Darlene who says she's "not your
The Crossfire, featuring Joe and Suzy, 'croon another love song for the couples on velvet tuxedos. Suzy sings in tight mini- normal mom. I get down. I like to party.

the dance- -- floor.Gathering skirts, midriff revealing tops and high Well, she may be In the right place. ,-
Lounge regular and con- filling the dance floor with the regulars heels Joe looks like a model for Chess Like her, most of her fellow patrons like
struction worker who moved here four who make up about 10 percent of thebar's King and Kevin's long, curly blond hair to party In a place where the college
helps conceal him behind the drum set. kids aren't In control, and they can have
years ago.."I thought when I U came hereto business.
fun without their style.
( Gainesville), I'd meet a lot of college 'About a dozen of us have been here Crossfire usually specializes in top- cramping
girls.* He pauses to reflect on the Idea through the years* silver-haired Mike 40 and rock, said lead singer Joe. But Excuse me, I love the Bee Gees," Sam
and to light another Marlboro Red. says as he starts reminiscing with his during their two-week gig at The the flirt blurts as he runs off to find ...
"Naaaahhhh." he decides. old friend. Myrna the auditor, about the Gathering Lounge, they've leaned more another partner to take to the dance
Some of the regulars are quick with .bar "before,the, expansion.* the time toward Bee Gees' love ballads like floor.'I ..



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Utchj eld. mother Doris Mann (Shirley and Doris wants to understandand
Oaks 6 East. Royal ParkIf MacLalne). is also a famous get along with her daughter.
all film relationships were actress but she has a drinking Meanwhile Suzanne has to sort
like the mother-daughter problem.One out her life and her career both
relationship In Postcards from of which are faltering. After one r
the Edge people wouldn't needto morning after Jack day on the set of her new film,
go see movies anymore. They Falkner (Dennis Quaid) can't people are criticizing her and
could just sit down in front of revive Suzanne. so he takes her gossiping behind her back. 4
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. Oaks 6 East sponsored population control via scenes we're bombarded by the radio victim "almost enjoy the experience").
;. It must be a testament to the valueof sterilization. etc. voice of Angry Bob, done wonderfullyby The future is still a consumer's
works such as 1984 and The Terminator Mo a sort of soldier of fortune buys Iggy Pop. In the sprawl of the filthy nightmare, highlighted by commercialsfor
that their themes are repeatedly the android (thinking its a worker city and the suffocating technology, we radiation-free deer steaks. There are
used In other chunks of pop culture. robot) from the techno-scrap dealer and see strong influences of the srl-fl subcategory also name-brand packs of marijuana.
Such is the case with Hardware a new gives it to his girlfriend. Jill. She welds cyberpunk.
Mercifully, the movie doesn't have
blast of science-fiction energy. The the pieces together to create a sculp- The acting is more than adequate of the huge implausibilites that
healthy borrowing from previous ture. (especially Jill's very perverted"peeping any plague similar movies. Jill\ cleverly
cornerstones of the genre would nor By now the dealer has discovered that Tom" neighbor), and the special effectsare
evades the android but at the same timedoesn't
mally be simply derivative but it's done the android does a bit more than win convincing. There's some violence,
formulate some intricate and
s so well that it's easily forgivable. dows like kill with six or so different but nowhere near the body-count-per-
contrived plan at the last second.
M Hardware is the story of an android weapons, for instance. second intensity of other recent films.
salvaged from the desert by a scavengerin This movie is loaded with odd twists Hardware is from a British company The strong. suspenseful story moves
the distant radioactive future. Assumed such as when the android reassembles whose skewed vision Is apparent at without
along a good pare giving you
to be worthless it's pawned to himself. The story progresses into a throughout the movie. Jill paints Old cinematic whiplash. It's a great mix of
a scrap dealer who discovers too late standard humans vs. an unstoppableforce Glory on the android's head and it's Images, sounds and messages. My
that it's actually a deadly military clash. While this is nothing new weird watching the robot thrash every favorite part Is the graphic answer to
prototype that proceeds to cause a it's done in a reasonably new way. thing while Its head is covered by this the question. "What would happen if
whole lot of trouble and bloodshed. In fact, much of Hardware has been quaint symbol. Possibly some not-so- those doors closed too fast on 'Star
, The story opens with the ominous done before but the presentation is so subtle British commentary. Trek'?
:" Biblical quote: "No flesh shall be fresh and. at times so intense that it Other interesting touches Include the
rather standard sci-fi doesn't There wild of music char BY JEREMY SEGAL
spared.: It's a matter. are enough use operatic during one
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Oaks 6 East but significant ways. Teachers are Moyle wisely avoids turning Mark intoa
There's something seductive about shocked by Hard Harry's foul languageand natural at providing advice. One student
radio, about the way a speaker's voice aggressive posturing and everyone calls in threatening suicide and
can move through the air and slip into wants to know the Identity of this Mark fumbles around for the right taco
someone's mind. There's also some mysterious deejay. tic until the kid hangs up in frustration.
thing ironic about it: The deejay is Events quickly spin out of control. Another teenager who Is gay callsin
addressing a huge crowd of listeners, The harmless pranks of the teenagers upset because a classmate led him
but he's essentially alone in a sound escalate into all-out vandalism and an on only to join in with some friends
booth talking to himself. evil principal starts cracking down indiscriminately making fun of the guy. Mark Is sym
Mark Hunter (Christian Slater) likes on any "troublemakers" pathetic, but he's also clearly In over
that anonymity. He's a lonely high she can find. When the media picks up his head when dealing with these
school student whose once-hlp parents the story, the police and the Federal problems.It's .
have given up their radical ways and Communications Commission are too bad the script wasn't as realistic -
joined the Establishment. Pop Is a called in to track down the illegal trans with the rest of the movie. Pump up
school commissioner, for heaven's missions. Mark Is suddenly the leaderof the Volume stumbles badly by turning
sake. What could be more embarrassing something much more serious than almost every adult into a buffoon or
than that? he ever intended. He then has to choose baddle.
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few old albums. Mark plays some of BEN GLASS playing It safe. ficult enough. But Moyle undercutsthat
them on a make-shift pirate radio station Christian Slater trades his Old West garb The script by director Allan Moyle is message by creating paper tigers
he sets up in the basement. Every for a microphone in Pump up the Volume. a fine one. Mark's speeches on the radio like the principal who ruthlessly expels
night at 10 p.m. (the dead of night for are filled with genuine emotion. But any student that doesn't measure up.
teenagers), he comes on the air playinghis despair that Mark feels. Calling himself they also sound like Mark is putting his The result is entertaining enough, especially
signature tune "Everybody Knows" Hard Harry, he rants and raves about own little spin on someone else's ideas the Slater's performance. But if
by Leonard Cohen. the ills of the world and how kids needto which Is exactly what teenagers talk Moyle had treated the real concerns of

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back. sophomoric humor, such as pretendingto created a much better movie.
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RestaurantChinese Leonardo's 706 Seafood Place
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Derby food: delivery, 5-9 ; lunch Experience the Renaissance, progres- The Market Street Pub wallet suffer when you
We know how particular are about sive and fresh fish in an alterna-
you pastas
have desire for seafood? -
11-2:30 dinner 5-9 fresh a Scully's of-
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; pm every Enjoy import style
your steaks, that's why we only serve tive atmosphere. Offering Thai
Tues. a block to beers in fers plenty of quality seafood such as
night. Only campus. a jovial English pub. Live en-
steaks that are fresh cut, never frozen Chicken, Cajun Shrimp, Corganzola
1225 W. Univ. Ave. Chef J J10 yrs. exp. tertainment Fri, Sat evenings No Crab Legs Grouper, Catfish, Shrimp,
and broiled exactly the way you order Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&California and
Clams and Stuffed Crab
372-6666.. cover. 120 SW 1st Ave.3772927. Lunch Scallops, at
Our Prime Rib is a specialty of the Chicago Style Pizzas. Da Vinci's de- afford. Nonseafooditems
and dinner prices you can
house with different cuts to satisfy COFFEEHOUSEPhilosophy light. Afterwards enjoy homemade daily. also available. Lobster night

every appetite.Seafood lovers will feel desserts, espresso, cappuccino& a ter- every Tuesday night. Casual atmo-
right at home with a large and varied ific wine list. Kevin Curtin chef. S.-Th. The Mill Bakery sphere.Open for lunch weekdays from
selection to choose from. Dinners come Store 5-10 pm & Fri. & Sat. 5-11 pm. 706 W. 11:30am 2:30
: to : pm. Open Sunday
complete with our fabulous Super Univ. Ave.3782001.Manaro's Eatery &Brewery
through Thursday from 5:00pm: to
Salad Table choice of and Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. Full Bar fresh
your potato beer. Drink Specials
10:00pm.: Open Friday and Saturday
Univ. Ave. 378-6370. In the tradition of
baked bread. From 5 4-7
oven to 7pm. join daily. Expanded Patio with from
5:00pm: to 1100pm.: MC/VISA
bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th
friends the Best Hourin live
your for Happy entertainment Wed.-Sat. nights.
& 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, Since 1955."Some 2031 NW 13th Street,3711811.SPANISH.
town. Enjoy reduced price cocktails things never change. Oaks Mall Plaza, 331-0110.
plus complimentary hot and cold chef the bean or by the brew. Espresso, Cap- fortunately your good taste and our
selected Hors d' Oeuvres. Banquet facilities puccino, & numerous exotic coffees consistently delicious Italian food."
available. Most major credit from the world over. Many varieties of Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5 pm. Murphy's Pub

cards accepted. Reservations not tea, too. lOam-lOpm Mon-Sat Gainesville's most popular Italian Res- Daily Specials

needed but for parties of six or more, taurant for over 30 years. Casual attire Deli Sandwiches & Ice cold beer!
please call 373-0088.5220 S.W. 13th St., welcome. Fresh dishes daily including Billiards, Darts and Video
just south of Williston Rd.Ivye's DELI43rd chicken, veal, steak, shrimp it home- Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur.
made desserts at affordable prices. llam-12pm. Fri.-Sat. 1 lam-lam. Sun. La ConchaThe
Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail- flavor of West here in
Grill Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across Key right
able. Only 2 1 1/2 miles from campuseast from the YMCA pool. 372-4751. Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American -
Great place for a date-cozy and Inti- St. Deli & ( on Univ. Ave.) 2010 HawthorneRd. Cuisine. M-F 11 am-8:30: pm. 4002
mate. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and din Breakfast House (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall W.Newberry Rd. Plaza West 378-4002.
.. ner. Extensive menus with unique cre- 372-4690. Clubs and organizationswe Red Lion TavernDo
ations.Specializing in seafood, chicken Gainesville's Premier Kosher-style can serve your dinner meetings.
it CATORS-$3.25
and pasta dishes.! Sensually seductive Deli. Excellent breakfasts. Featuring again pitchers
desserts, espresso, cappucino, beer, vegetarian items, also. Daily specials. game day!! We are now a great place to
wine list. Credit cards welcome. Open Behind Hardees in Millhopper 373- play foosball, pinball, pool and darts. STEAKGreat
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1 7 days, 6 ngihts. 3303 W. Univ. Ave. 2927 St. 378-6320

}J's RestaurantBreakfast Brothers Steaks

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00-2.30: every day. One block to cam- Taco Co. the best steaks and prime rib in
pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave.372-6666. Serving Gainesville since 1976. 100% Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
i CornerFine vegetarian items available. Try our fa- charcoal grill or our chef will prepare

Snuffy's Restaurantand Dining and SpiritsA mous guacomole!Open 7 days until 10. Shucks your dinner. Chicken & Seafood tool!
warm Country Inn setting featuring 16 NW 13th St. 3785948. Open daily 5-10.2 For 1 well drinks &

Lounge uniquely prepared seafood, veal, Seafood Restaurantand dollar drafts from 5-7 pm. 6-Pound

1017 W. Univ. Ave.376-8899 steaks, fowl, and pasta specialities. El Toro Oyster Bar challenge. 2310 SW 13th St.3734301.Tim's .
Caribbean pub atmosphere with gour- Tableside flambe' desserts and coffee
met burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, drinks. Gainesville's best fine dining Mexican Restaurant For over seven years serving some of
t baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand- experience at reasonable prices. Dinner 1723 SW 13th Street. the freshest gourmet seafood In
wiches, and New England clam chow- served nightly from 5.30 pm. Lunch Great Mexican Food. 7 Days.. Gainesville. Lunch and dinner specials THAI
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11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa Hippodrome Theater in the Downtown FREE DELIVERY & TAKE-OUT. Everyday with the tallest bar in town. We have it Thai RestaurantBrings
( it Am. X.Woody's. Entertainment District. 375-7620 11am-lam.. 1203 SW 16th Ave, fresh and It's always good'!! Check us you the "Best Blend of the Ori
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Boors Head cold cuts on specially Pizza PalaceThe been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. Family owned for over 40 years. We .
baked fresh bread served in a relaxed Serving daily lunch specials llam- ,serve the finest In seafood and chicken.
casual atmosphere,conducive to meet- kind of place your friends would 2:30pm: &delicious dinner entree's 5-10 For the diet conscious, try our grilled Out On The Town,
ing friends, entertaining parents & tell you about. Homemade pasta,fresh weekdays & 5-10:30: weekends. Comein and broiled menu Items. We also fea- Contact
family or conducting light business baked lasagna & sauces made to order. & give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI. ture an abundant Buffet and Salad Bar. Amanda Escobio
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M.F 9am.9pm lease. 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377.0555 cluded. Come by today! refund Call 335.5336 Iv msg after 6. 926.5.5 .
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14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: MILL RUN.Spacious townhouse-2BR, 2.5 downtown apt. 2bdr/2ba. All mod. conve-
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pets negotiable (must I like dogs) $175/mo
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DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected pus 210/mo +1/3 util Call 3363834. 9. brands are .tt.t our New Location) Car
Stereo 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. *Apartment near Shands, recently renovated 20.55 2070. 1214766 Specialists
2 bedroom, backyard tat
refunds be after
No or credits can given
Union or Shands may take month + damage deposit. Call 336.4575 1 Bk to UF, Female room, large house .
the ad. Changes called in after
placing MICRO CENTERComputers 376 1146
THREE days to apPear. Ads or 372.2959. 10.2."11 -2 util incl, Lock mailbox, private room
the first day will not be compensated. Call Editor choice Hewlett Packard9H
cable avail. No pets $150-$175/mo'
may run for.any length of time Duplex apt. for rent 1 br Ir kit, bath ac/heat, 376.3291 till 9pm 9.21-6-5
Customer error or changes:
Price lower than mail.
and be cancelled at any time. 3blks from UF, 1blk off UniV. Ave $250 Northgate
Corrections must be made In person at monthly plus security A frame also, call A serious male student for large 7 bed- order Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON. 338.1839. 9.27.7-2 room upstairs apt. $160/mo. + 1/7 util + ((28ms) Hardd sk, graphics monitor. MC
for cancelled ads. There will b. a $2.00 correction fee lease. No pets. 1616' NW 3rd Ave. 495- 286/12 $1195, MC 386SX $1370

Duplex bedroom, 1 bath, like new 9024. 9-28-10-5 Northgate 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge
laptop w/40 MB hd & battery $2395. 1 &
Stove refrig, dishwasher garpage disp,
AC. laundry room. Fairly close to campus 3 M/F roommates needed for own room in 2 year warranties Onsite warranties
4375. 4624964. 2 luxury apts only $175 mo. + util. pets Panasonic 1180 printer $185, HP Laser
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. okay, flexible lease. 1/2 mile to campus Jet lip. $1049. 3743 W. University Ave.
Parking hassle iblk from UFo 1 bdr, 378-1802. 12-14 766Crlmestopper

1 FURNISHEDSINGLE 2 weeks free fully equipped, modern apt.Frazer House
1 N/S Fem needed to Car Alarms, K-40 Radar
Villager West central air, quiet Apts. 372-9522.
cul.de-sac. Take NW 9th Street share room $160/mon + 1/3 utilfullynicely Detector, Infinity, Saniul, Sony,
ROOM near campus $110 furn, xtras.call nowl Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo
from 16th Ave. 371 7777 many
month, share utl, student only, grd. pref, .
9.28.5-2 HOMES: 3730024. 9.21.5-5 We Beat All Price 3733754. '12 14 76
1108 NW 3rd Ave 3772803. 9203.1 6

Oak Forest-spacious bdr/1 ba. Pool, tennis 3 FOR RENT/SALE F/NS needed In Pine Rush Apts for $165a
1 bedroom apt.1 block to campus, pets BEDS BEDS BEDS
volleyball & basketball courts, sauna, month. Call Kristi at 375 3272 or at work
ok. Fall or year lease, $275 per month ft deposit 376.JOES leave a ). NEW FURNITURE USED
( message
laundry on premises Security pet
homes lots
Includes utitllles Call 373 7688 or 1 407 Best rental value. Mobile or Lowest Discount Prices
paldl $385/mo. Sublet til May. 392 travel trailers Some
3920382. 21-4-1 Will take long term Dumas Discount
.28 7.2 roommate for 2bdr/' ba apt all furnished
8493 day or 335-6270 eve 9 -
mob. homes for sale qUiet.
1421 NE 8th Ave. 371 4422
UF deposit
Efficiency, walk to UF, private entrance Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park. 378 own room, close to no
Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280, Sept free, move In available now
and bath, $200 Includes; utilities and 9291 1214633
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. call 336-6455. 9245.5
cable. Non smokers. Car Stereo Plus
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs.
Call 374.4241 or 3753558. 9.21.3-1 1 :Santa Fe Trace Apis 3781190. 1214-' SUBLEASE N/S F to rent own rm/bth in 2 story apt at Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL Toshiba
: Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125
762 Greenwich Green. $233 mo. + 1/3/ utilities Crunch
Walk to UF, corner room wsink, ch/ac/ Call 335.3110. 10-15.205 NW 23 Ave 371-4378. '
share & baths Incl. util, 4 HOUSE/APT.
kit $175/mo. Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet
wash/dry prefer male students 378.8122or washer/dryer available in most units for M rmmt needed for own bdrm In 3br 2ba
3786652. 10-2.10.1 $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 IB-2B, 13 2 Bath Sublease-Walk to Campus Clean furnished apt own bathroom $188/mo. plus 1/3 HI-FI

$250.$375, sec & Imr. 372-6422. 12.14- studio, next to pool & laundry. utilities In Park Place call 335-1985 for 722 S. Main a The Red Bldg.
Efficiency apt. furn, private enterance 76-2 $240/month. Sept. Free 371.0382/leave Info 9.255.5Female
parking, $185/mo., call 3722582. 9.21.3- message 9-20-5-4 WE ARE CHEAPER .

1 INCREDIBLE n/s/ wanted to share 2br/2ba apt 12.14-76.8
Efficiency Apt. Sublease 2 bdr/2 ba apt Ig rooms, pool, In Spyglass Wanted Immediately Call
Housing Available- blk to UF, coed coop Starting, at $185 secure area, close to UF, $485 mo. w/ 335.5591. 102105 CHEAP RADAR
all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, Starting at $235 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST option for furn No deposit. Mt. Vernon
parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.0: apts Call office 3725389. 9-21-5-4 SEAGLE BLDG. luxury condo, Intell m/f/ Detectors All Brands 375.4875
117 NW 15th St. 377.4269. 121462.1 9 24 20-6
110 NW 39th Ave own,. br/ba Sept. free, near campus, security .
378.3988 2br 1 1/2 ba, AC, Pool, volleyball, dishwasher view of city Call Matt 3744309. 9.
375.3861 pets ok, 5 min to campus, $240 2555 Bike, SspdJamis, high rise handle bars 4,..
FOR RENT: rent + util. To sublease call ((305)227-. ) wide saddle, like new cond.. $75. 372
'Check Our New Specials"All 2545 (collect). 9-24-5.4 F roommate, safe & secure beautiful 5583.
2 UNFURNISHEDSept Amenities Available condo In NW area. Close to UF A SFCC.
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED deposit Sept. free, one br., ba in the $250 pays all, $150 security dep. Call Coors Melling Thunderbird Tokyo marul
FREE. 1BR apt Oct.Dec $250/mo. Roommates Available beautiful Woods Apt. Leave message at 376-5297 or 813.956.1559. 102105 RC car 1/10 scale, Plus 2 channel lutaba
Near UF/Butler Plaza. Renewable lease. We're No. 1 336.4115 or 3350829. 9255.4 controler $80. Call Paul at 332.6641 9-
334-5639 evenings 9-25-4-2 REGENCY OAKS F n/s for own room In 3bdr/3ba safe apt. 21.3.8
378.5766 Large 1 bdr// iba, cent. heat/air, w/ private .. In Windmeadows Wanted Immediately.

2 weeks free 3230 SW Archer Road locked courtyard, dishwash $242/mo. + 1/3 util. Call or leave message .
Studio $219 1222 NW 8th Ave COUNTRY GARDENS wash/dry, close to VA Shards and Vet 338.9639. 9213.5 Classifieds. ..
Walk to UF College Park Properties 373.4500 school, leave message 375.7596. 9.25.
371-7777 54 Continued on next pageI I
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***DESKS*.* ((7)) $75 each COMPUTER: IBM XT TURBO 640k, 5.25"dnves
MOPEDS-80 Puch, $300 80 Garelli, ,
and 25 chain $5 each Samsung monitor, Panasonic kx ; Reitz Union Cinema
$250; 81 Tomos, 2 spd, $350 2
; more not
FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE P1080I printer DOS 3.21. Prof write & first
running. Call Bill at 3720903. B 24.5 8
Call 372.3336 338. Presents:
day 0004 after 7 pm. publisher & accessories, Hard disk opt.,
$800, call 3368289. 9.24-4.6
KZ 750 E, 1980 New rear tire, sprockets,
chain, valve job; Call Chris F. 376.7394.
2 kng h20 bds 65,125, ant ctr 35, $800.
CAR ALARMS installed remote control glass end Ibis w/ent ctr 8S/,.I, camera
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 130, dresser 65, full bed 65, spkrs 50, Thurs. 9/20 Alien
demo. Call 336.9193, student Iv. met crdls phones 20, glass dng set 60, desk 9 AUTOS Fri. & Sat. 9/21-9/22 The Little Mermaid
age. 1019386 60, tv 110, 300 albums 275, morel neg.
338.0483. (Midnight Movie: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory)
1982 Toyota Corolla SR-5. Red, 5.spd,
car stereo specialist Warehoused Sun. 9/23 The Little Thief
a/c Very $2000
dependable Asking
reel sales all audio APPLE COMPUTER
on car equ pment sys Includes: mom .
obo. Please call 335 6921, Iv. Citizen Kane
Gainesville students 25% off sales/lnstal tor. mouse, soft.ware $750. Panasonic message Mon. 9/24
lations D.BASS 4504 SW 29th Ave Printer $125. Erin 335.0744. Like New. 92079 Showtimes: 7:00 pm &9:30: pm(Unless otherwise noted)
G'ville FL 32608. 9.26-20.6 9.21.3-8
1988 Pontiac Trans An, black, t tops,
A/C/ 25k miles, Alarm, pw, pdl, Excellent
386u.16mhz, imeg, 40megHO, 5 1/4 Admission:
$10,500. 338-4999. 9 20 5 9
**** REFRIGERATOR **** floppy, monitor, Pans printer, mouse lion ft Than:
12 cubic foot 2 door G.E. refrigerator brand newt!! Still In box. $1550 obo call
Beautiful 74 VW Bug, baby blue, no rust,
works well clean all shelves $160 I delivered Jeff 373.6012 alter' 6pm. 9244.6 $1.00 Student
runs great needs tune up, $1500 obo,
3779615 call & Iv message 336-8785. $1.50 General Public
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants -
Fri ft Sat.:
..DAKTREE SHADZ: SNGLASSES for your dorm or apartment We '
1987 VW Cabriolet, white/white, AM- ) G
$1.50 Student
RayBan $35, Vuarnet $45, Bolle $40 etc, deliver! Ray s Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. FM/tape Excellent condition, like new
Call 335.6450 to save your money. 9. 377.5265.. 6 blocks E. of campus 1016 $9000 OBO. Call 3765085. 9215.9 b $2.00 General Public
21 6
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Kaypro II, dailY wheel printer software, BICYCLE. 54 centimeter CANNONDALE original miles, automatic, new battery, U41iU1 //b FREE
books, cables $300.332.4472 after 6pm 3.0 series race bike Shimano Ultegra, runs great. $900. Call 371.1557. 9-21-4- ,
920S6 Cmelli, Campagnolo. gripshift Excel. rll l ..T
condo $399. Andy 331.3442. 4l
82 white Isuzu I mark, 5'spd, $1400. Ask
Safari Audio is Gainesville newest & tin for Lucy alter' 7pm. 371.3177. 9.26-5.9
eat in car audio, cellular & security 2 bicycles, 10-speeds, Raleigh Capri $50
Custom Installation & repar 336.1 I 28. 'Blanchi $150. Also, Harmony bass guitar 1986 Ford Escort GT 50k.mi, blk ext/tan/
927 106 wi/ amp $150. Call Tim 373-3190. 925 Int. AM/FM stereo, bra. Save $600 no lIW: J Ju.
56 a/c.Asking $3250obo Call Jon 3'15.3600.
Fish tank: 30 gin freshwater, all exotic Typewriter IBM Sel II corrector. Excellent .Ptietew Geewej

carnivorous fish, complete set up ,incl condo late model $195. Also IBM Sel I 77 Buick Skylark. PS, PB, cruise. Runs
stand + 10 gin feeder tank only $200. good condition $60. Phone 4624964. 9- very well Engine rebuilt ten years ago
372.0827. 9.20.5-6 213.6 Must sell by Friday Asking '795 Call

371-7014 and leave *. Student. 921.3.IIEAICHPA'EII .
For Sale: SOFA.brown plaid, makes into FURN.2 couches, solid wood dresser
double bedexcellent condition t $150 Call set must sell. Call 338-
1263 ask lor Jennifer
332 1594 after '
4pm or anytime '
92056 M8W)to choose from -subjects \ 1 r @tI'J
: BASEBALL CARDS Top $ order Cdilot Today Mil VlM/MC or COO Mt""
Custom Computers 286.12 $ 1000, 286 Padl Also 10 speed bike lor sale $80. THE LITTLE RMERWD
Call Nift 8ct pJ93.22 201esw3aeSindM
Jeff @ 334.8503. 9 26 6 6CDS
20 $1100, 386SX $1200, all I with 1 mega I > L ( )335.9061
ram, 40 meg. hard drive, monitor, 1 yr. I Or rush U 00 to: Heeterolt Assistance111322WlhoAve
FOR SALE $10. All Kinds But Hurry
wrty. 3328333. 9-28.10-6 1208-SN Los AnglIM,CA 80025
Only a limited supply Also Fosgate car I Custom!research also ivllllMt-lll levels
amp./subs. Call Jeff 334.8503

tt Many styles & models' from only $200/set/ HANDGUNS FOR PROTECTION
Covers, also. Call Matt 377-2110. 105 saw .38 cal. pistols-$175
156 Come To A Free
1 Excellent reliable protection, comes complete
with instructional! class and ammuni-
2400 BD MODEM $98
tion. Nick at 371.2466 (days) 371.4970

WORD PERFECT $135 (nights). 9201.6Practically

CALL ELITE 335-1300. new, red Ross Carrera ten
speed bike. Asking $200 Call Christina
111336PRODIGY 3713998. 9.24.3-6 Kaplan Seminar

Head tennis raquet sale Graph Pro
$65; Comp Pro $60: Magnum Pro $50;
Info iielkrivialSmKe' include thermo cover & strings Call 378-

Available at ELITE today. 3351300. 6610. 92436 Yamaha FG-400a acous guitar w/ strap & And Get An
softshell case $180 'CD stereo
used dx.660.
comp nvr Sharp $180'"cy-
Nis" ki 26 Prestige racing bike, 'like new
cling h.lm-$20"cllp on fan-$7"S5 blk
r $250. Call evenings 373.6521. 9-21 5 6
Tomos moped.$300"all neg/call 336
I 85061 9.26.S.6

Queen-s zed waterbed (for sale Bookcase

336-1534.headboard with 9-21.4.8 mirror. Heater Inc. $175. 7 REAL ESTATEOwner EducationThe On

Beautiful fruitwood dining room suite will finance I Nice 3ba /1ba corner

w/table, 6 chairs and china cabinet. Like lot, fenced backyard, good location,
new $875. Bamboo) style casual dining $35,000.00 Call Shirley 335-4006 454-
? table w/leaf, 4 chars, $175. 1 large 9 3346 Shema Realty.

drawer, I six drawer yellow bedrm dress- New
ers $150 and $100, matching twmbed Take over payments, no equity required LSAT
headboard and frame, $75. Excellent Condo 2br/2ba. Let it pay lor college
quality. Call 338-1020. Oaks Mall area, loft-style study area,
wash/dry, porch. Call 407-662.9522. 9.

IBM compatible XT, 20 meg hd, color display 28.5-7
MS.mouse. Great lor a beginner,
$650 obo. Call Gary 335.4898 leave message MOTOCROSS RACING into the Law School
9.24-5.6 Reddick Sept. 23rd 10am pm Getting right takes getting a high score on the new LSAT and
Adults $8 441 to 316 east to knowing how to master the intricacies of the application process.That's why

NW 21st Court 591-2050 or 5912377. Stanley H.Kaplan created the Law School Seminar
10 speed bicycle for sale Only one semester 9.21-3.8 ; VVED SEPT 26 7:30PM
old. Good condition. $55 obo 377 So reserve your seat today. And discover how our advanced teaching methods and 50

,..7240 0.212.8CANNONDALE years of experience can help you plan the next three years of your life.

frame 27 wheels Avocet women's seat.
Avocet computer 2 yrs old, $260. 371 377-0014
1338. 9.26-5-6 REPAIR
Precision Small Engine Pickup ft Deliv- 408"2nd AVE CeJneevllle, TL

1973 Eagle bus serial 8997 Entertainer ery available 4236 SW 35 Terrace, Cosponsored By The Pro-Legal Honor Society and Phi Alpha'Delta
conversion No better to entertain at the across from Alley Katz 336-3625. 0.28- .
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games. Must see Call Ben Reed 1-800 148 .
3566610 103106 \
1985 Yamaha R2-350 axe condo Racing '
SOFABED kit inc exhaust Very fasti Last of stroke .'. ::t; :I!e.r w

Beige/brown/off, street Yellow/blk SISSOneg. Ray 335 TURUNOTON HALL ROOM : .,t : .$75 obo 336-4394. 0312 Iv mes 926108 ':.!!:, -to--t !

1985 Yamaha 125Z motorscooter 4 sale
WATERBED semi-waveless. 3 Black 2-.t.r. new tires, recently tuned
$ months old.DELUXE white padding GORGEOUS $895 Call Candy 466.0614 (only 5000 ISTANUEm

Best Jewelry and Loan 371- miles on III) 92158 At lake OrTakeYour
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Artist needs: GOLD Gem. Class Mini storage at I.75 & NW 39th Ave STUN GUN CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The

Rings ETC. Top $ or trad*. Ozzie Fine near Oaks Mall area, 5x5 to 10 x 20 from Pregnancy Tell t Safel I Effective! Non.lethal! Independent Florida All gator. Must own

Jewelry 373.9243. $20. 10%disc, to students 3328917. 12 Gainesville Women send $89 + $3 S+H to 114 Lahoma reliable van or pick.up truck and be available .
14.76.11 HEALTH CENTER Lansing Ml 48915 517.484.8807 from Sam. until 9 a.m. Monday

TALENT SEARCHI Cox Cable It looking 720 NW 23rd Avenue 9-27.13'1 I through Friday. Must have excellent driving

for talent to host our SuperVan TV appearances SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 377.5055ABORTION record and valid Florida driver license .

for an entire year Call K.rlat Get confidential testing and treatment at (To 24 Wks) SECURITY SYSTEMSat Pay per route plus mileage,

3761893. 920410 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881, 1214.76.11 BIRTH CONTROL an affordable price. Call Davy Enterprise Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West

Gynecology Service 336.S636. 924.10.110eee09ATTENTIONIII0eeee4 University Avenue. Ask for the route

Need CARD TABLES and FOLDING driver application. No call. please. Affirmative .

CHAIRS. Call 374.4241 or 375.3558. 921.3.10 I. ** GATOR MOVING ** Need Action/Equal Opportunity Em.
Full/Serv ***R & R Pickup & Delivery professional Macintosh software, hardware or services ployer,
Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- shippers over 40 The neighborhood low ? Call
yrt at prices Dave at 373-'1524 for
Item/Hi Full dl ,
Days/Ev Long *
courier Gvllles been looking for! 376 Info I AVON 375.8967Sell
Lie/Ins Harry/Bill/ 3744791. 12 14 76 11 I
PERSONAL TRAINER UF Grad with Exercise 3391***e. Avon Full or Part-tIme. We Train.

Scl. degree. Will advise and train. In Math? Then call Greg at Benefits Insurance
Workouts $15 designed $20
program 377-8308. Professional Tutoring offeredat
50 Call Paul at 378.1359. I boarding woodser facilities $ MONEY. Private scholar only $12 per hour, INTELLIGENCE JOBS
hay rides parties sales working
thipsl College Scholarship Locators pob US Customs DEA Now
FBI CIA etc.
Have cash need motorcycle: up to 550 student 12.14.76.accepted.11 I 466 3224, 3758080. 1881 Joplin MO 64802.1881. 800-879. MATH TUTORS. Warren Bernard and Hiring. Call ((1)805) 6876000 Ext K.

cc. Not Interested In two'stroke* or dirt 7485. 12147511 I Bruce Teague UF and SFCC Discounts 9486 9211913INTELLIGENCE

bikes. Call Stephanie 373.0016. 9.26-5. lor groups of 2.5. 37.TUTOR.
10 *SUNBELT MOVING* Hunter Showbarn now accepting students JOBS. CIA, US

Professional Moving/Packing a Suppl es. Past UF equestrian coach, Boarding, GRAPHIC ARTIST needed to complete Customs. DEA, etc. Now HIring. Call
1. Item House full. Local/Lng/ dist working student accepted. Farrell Farm drawings to be used as Illustrations lor ((1)805.687.6000) ext K9486. 9-21-19:*'

4 TENN. TIX. WANTEDCall Lie/Ins Priced for Students! Marty 375 4723142 1093011 I book. Call 392.8600 between 8:30: am & 13

MOVE. 12147611 5 pm. 920.4.13A
33535563744693. 9 26-5 10
BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION! CS $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm & Military tear gas & personal protection Plus Notes.Are you an 'A' Student? Do Need HELP for Booming Business
WANTED: AUBURN TIX Into Keycham unit or home canister take excellent notes, would like .
Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care & you you Excellent Pay in 4 10 hrs/week
Need 21 (acuities 15 mln from UFI I Jan 376.7762. $17.95 each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok, to earn while you learn? II so then call Call 375.4875.
Call Chris or Eric Visa/MC/ phone orders) Sent immed atelylSallle 371.6954. We are still looking for students (1-25-21.13
335-9225 Iv msg. Cain, Action Seminar. 6141 in these classes: APB 2150 APB AAA STORAGE Parklorest, Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call 2151 AMH 2010 AMH 2020, ANT 3410, Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par.

Close to UF.Convenient 504.751.0495 ARC 1211, ARC 2201, ARH 2002 ARH cipate In new drug study for treatment of
Lincoln Continental 4 dr 1 1975 or thereabouts 4x4x4 $15/mo/ 2050, AST 1002 AST 2037 CCJ 3024, athlete foot Call 3315379. 9-26-20.
for hall hour photographing Will 4x8x8 $30/mo/ Marlboro Farm Quality horse boardingon CHM 1020 CHM 2041, CLT 3370, EUH 13

pay call 3758710. 533 SW 2nd Ave 3771771ClNEPLtX 50 acres. Riding ring trails, Individual 2002 FIN 3408 GEO 2201 GLY 1000,

turnout concrete block barn. 8 miles west HUM 2210, MAC 1142, MET 1010, MGF Phone survey work, part-time flexible eve

Oaks Mall. Stalls. pasture, or lull board. 1202 MMC 2100. MMC 4200, PET 3320, & wkd hrs, guar $4.25/hr + bonuses. Callor

4724313. PSY 2013, PUR 3000 SYG 2000, and stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave

tOISN.W, 13th Street t$3.50fr Expense. call for Information 472.3777. TALENT SEARCH! Cox Cable Is looking

ODtONTHEATRIS 372-5347 l ( lor talent to host our Super Van TV appearances EARN $35This
lor an entire year. Call Ken at
week for blood plasma donation
Experienced horse trainer show experience 376.1893.
with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZED
Arab horses lor Information 472
$3.50 BARGAIN MATINEE ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6 PMt system allows you to donate in 1/2 the
3777 9 20 10 11NAILS
Securitycrowd control for UF football
ON SATURDAY,SUNDAY HOLIDAYS time! Study while you donate or watch
Call 373 4641 I lor intorma
nd ,___ games videos Free Parking. Gainesville Donor
: : DEATH WARRANT BY VONDELL lion Ask for Don.
STARTS Center Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378
3131 NW 13 St. 377 1763
9431 M.Th8.7 Fri 8-5 Sat 8-2. 121467
( Full set $18 Fills $13 Hot oil *Secure Your Apartment* 13
WHAM BAM aID Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only Portable wireless system; lull protection;
bt sussed jS\ $545.+; lor info call Blue Gator Ent. 377 Social Chairman/woman/ to book organ

( (!GOHII'.( ','' ''IIi1" a Jnd Boarding care in 45 peaceful acre farm surround friendly ng professional *.. 6918. ized benefit parties Unlimited$100-$150 opportunities.per party plus'Call

Weekdays' 70011'15 eedays8' 9Q Weekdays' 7 15 930Sat&Surl:2:30 Daily turnout (grooming and TLC 462 now 3741700.
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chain References available. 3757688.
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate '
OAKS I MALL 10 I DAILY TW (1-21.5,11 MICRO CENTERTyping 376.0339. Full 4
300 in new drug study for the treat
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1.50/pg Resumes $6 Sell service resumes .
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better utilize your Word Perfect 5,0, $2.50/hr 15/page Laser type

OAKS 6 EAST 331-8818 dBase III or Lotus Call 373-0481. 9.26. set graphics spell check theses EARN EXTRA CASH WITH THE PUSH
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Starting Friday printer 3778175 tit 9:00pm.: 121476 MAKE.UP ARTISTS WANTED lor 10th

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Sat Apply In person at Hill Supply Company,
[o] Typing//Word processing. WordPerfect 1814 NE 23rd Ave. No phone calls. 927
It* nssssr ...-.....- KSS Admv.-ion; $2 51i 5.1, quality work, last results tow rates. 10.13A

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ALl[ AGE', WELCOME 1469. 12147612 .
Plus Notes Are you an 'A' Student?
PUNY BLUE i i ; MIN WED Do you take excellent notes? Would you
Typing ** Typsettmg ** Resumes
like to earn while learn? II so then
.1.- UmAUOKXXR. From $1.50 pg 917 NW 13 St.
call 371.6954. We are still looking lor
WCS Inc. 3739822
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new enemy.A Christian /ifm .
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new face. Typesetting** 3410ARC 1211, ARC 2201, ARH 2002,
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Master In English will correct spelling and 3320, PSY 2013, PUR 3000 SYG 2000

FIlNNY MOOT IQVEGENE $300 TWILIGHT SHOW edit.12 Transcribing 373.1937. 102930 and SYG 3010.

Fellas[] TALENT SEARCH! Cox Cable is looking
done quickly and correctly, .
Quality typing
TV .
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PRESUMED INNOCENT(R) Reasonable rate*. Call Kym 334.0156. for an entire Call Keri
WILDERGHOST 8 Starting Friday 4:45: 7:15: 9:45.: 12:10: 11.25-5.12 3761893. 9-20.4.13 year.

NARROW MARGIN (R)* Gator Typing i II back In the SW Accurate, Male or Female Gymnastics instructor

500-730-1000-1200: : : : low rate*. Resume $12.$15. 1 pg. Laser needed afternoon and evening hour. Prior

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energetic and reliable stall to Person-personable energetic, LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? quality products, prices ft service 365 OKINAWAN KARATE- instructor Hal
work with children ages 3.8 yrs In afternoon some singing, car necessary. Apply Balloons Get special student discount on exams days a year try the tennis authority in Clarendon will delimntely get you In
enrichment program. Must be 20 a Bows Butler Plaza. 0-24-3-13 and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. G'villt. E Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372- shape. Old strong style contact 377-
yrs Call 338-1278 leave address lor application HOOD. 377-0881. 12-14-76-15 2257. 9-27-10-15 0413. 9-28-10-15

Professional couple seeks responsible & Permanent Hair Removal Ways to make friends at UF & SFCC- RAY-BANSI! Best Prices Immediate De
friendly student to care for home & children Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. lor study hard dress well, play tennisft a livery. Call 24 HRS For Free Catalog.
Mothers helper needed Irom 4:30pm.: afternoons. Warm family environment Info about the PERMANENT removal of BMW might help (joke.) E Z Tennis 34th ((703)) 359.9619. 101220.15
8.30pm daily to help prepare dinner, light nice home, near UF. Need own car. unwanted facial. & body hair. 374.4307. St. Plaza '
housekeeping and asst mother w/kids/ Apply at Florida Bookstore 1614 W. 12-14.78.15 Rosh Hashanah New Year
9yrs.2yrs old. Must have trans & ret. Call Univ. Ave. 9-25-4-13 For an Inspirational message
3381020. 9-24-5-13 Stringlng-Nylon $8 +; Syn. gut $10 +; Pro Dial 3783359.
Dental receptionist part-time. Must be STUDENTS GET CASH Blend aIlS +. Ready within 24 houlS' E Z
AM childcare needed for toddler play. friendly, hardworking, & able to work well For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's Tennis 34th St. Plaza 3722257. 9-27-.
ground energytic NS own trans. 9-11:30 I: w/others. Flex hrs, outstanding opportunity 372-1226. W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central 10-15 Mini door alarms, $15/ea. plus $3 postage
4/hr 374-6563. 9-21-3-13 for the right person! 331-4938 121. City. 12-14-76-15 + handling, mail to PO Box 694, Ocala, Fl.
9-26-5-13 Shoe Sale on all Inventory!! Save from 32678. 904.620.2784. 9-21-4-15

WOW has changed my life! My energy SAVE ON RAYBANS 20-50%. Unbelievable prices & selec
level has never been so highly sustained FARAH'S ON THE AVE. Hiring Experienced University Opticians tion. Come on down to E Z Tennis 34th BACKPACK SALEAll
FOCUS has greatly Improved my cooks and waitresses, with night 300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480 St. Plaza. 9-27-10-15
Jansport. & Eastpak backpacks on sale
and daytime availability. Apply between 12-14-76-15
concentrateion and !
speaking ability
BE YOUR BEST has Improved my the hours 3 and 5pm Mon thru Thurs. B 4 U buy shoes, racquets, sportswear, now! Tons ol styles & colors to choose
strength and endurance dramatically during 9-26-5-13 FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC strings or accessories, check us out at E from all with lifetime warranties. LloydClarke's
Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372-2257. 9-28- 1504 NW 13 St. 9214.15
my workouts1' These products will Serving UF since 1977
r'Sweep, college campuses You can be on **College Students needed Immediately Most insurance accepted 11.15
the ground floor of this $explosion. All for exciting outdoor job. 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. UMBRO SHORTSYou
you have to do is use the products and .Ideal College Hours 4:30-8:30: : Dr. Steven Schargel! FREE KARATE love Umbro shorts? We've got bunches
talk to people I The $$$ will chase you .Exc. Earnings Potential $l-SO/day 373-7070 keep In shape build sell of 'em. Virtually every style, color ft
Have Fun Meeting New People confidence learn self-defense
down! Call me today! Steven 375.5928. 12-14-76-15 style in stock with competitive prices!
Call Frank 338-3121. 10-10-15-13 Info call 334.8989
more barry
Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13 St. 9-
**GET A GRIP* 9217.15
to work in your own dorm promotingthe BUSINESS The Spirit-filled LEARN TO SAIL JUST $49 Marlene let's. get together Sunday. I
FBA card. Must have an aggressive Campus Ministry It's fun and easy on my 22 ft sloop. Char. know I told you I had to do laundry, but I
attitude and like talk! EARN $8.00 + per 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS 121478.15 ters. USCG Capt 3381828. 921715The called the Gainesville Laundry at 372-
hr. Call Mark Allieri at 371-0280 or 374- 4932. They picked It up & brought It back
3707. 9-20-2-13 I terminals & pc's, buy, sell, SKYDIVE the next day all for just 65cents/lb. So ifyou're
Reitz Union Barber
trade, rent & repalGreat prices, QUALITY Skydive with The Williston Skydivers 336- Style Shop planning to do laundry Sunday
features Twelve of
STUDENTS HAVE FUN WORKING CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12-14- 7970. 12-14-73-15 top alyll.lI.wash DON'TI I CALL THEM INSTEAD and let's
and wear styles for men and
EVENNINGS talking to students showing 76-14 me and you go party. 9-28-8-15 I
them how to save money at the places MACE Project yourself! Immobilizesan women perms and Carefree Curls, nail

they currently go. EARN $8.00 + per hr. YES! THE BEST...CAR ALARMS+++ attacker. Send $15 cash, check, tips and manicures & morel' Call 392.1610 FREE TICKETS to AW SHUCKS seafood
MUST BE OUT GOING call Mark Aider! -.THE DRIVER'S SIDE-- money order, credit card to: Campus for an appointment or stop by ground floor restraunt. Check us outlll' 4212 NW 16
at 371-0280 or 3743707. e07 NW 13 ST 371.8190 Safety 976 N. McClean Blvd., Elgin, IL JWRU 10-3-10-15 Blvd. Kash N Karry Shopping Center. 9-
9-25-10-14 60123. 9-25-15-15
WAITRESS/WAITER. Part-time, 3-
nights/wk. Apply 4-5pm M-F Snuffy's PICTURE THISIII ANYTHING YOU WANTon Pyshic nationally known
1017 W University Ave. a shirtlll Call 332-6794 for more Infor Medium 44 yrs, Radio + TV, taped.
mation. JUST DO (Till 9216.14 By App. only. Call 3369154.
Fraternity & Sorority Members Earn Extra 10320.15
Money. National Party Favor Company CRIME IS RISINGI[ Business Is booming! DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited

Looking For Sales Associates High Com Huge demand, big profits.' Become a CS Stun Gun-Buy wholesale 65 Kvolts $50
missions, Work Your Own Hours. 1.800- Tear Gas spray distributor, Call 1-800- incl. compact unit bats safety switch, by Trude Michel Jaffe

4446484. 9-25-5-13 3442973. 10210.14 wrist strap, pocket clip & p&h. 1 yr warr
ACROSS 7 Distance 35 Like the webs 44 Nobel Peace
9042372130. 9-21-10-15
i MAJOR RECORD LABEL seeks ambitious 1 Price tag measures we weave Prize co-winner:
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representative in the Florida marketplace chain burglar alarm attaches to door or Nero 37 Snuggle 46 By oneself
Candidate must be a college student Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great window. Strong chain prevents entry, loud 11 Mosaic piece 9 Rule, for short 38 Neon et al. 47 German title
entering t tne'ir sophomore/junior year prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical alarm blasts. Rush $11.95 to Fleming Co., 13 Spear for 10 Causes anger 40 Desert vision 49 Mideast org.Neptune .
with the ability to work 15-25 hrs a week. Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 1108-E Ivysione Sq., Chesapeake, VA 11 "...the raveled 43 Wall painting 50 RR stop
This is a very unique opportunity for the block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15 23320.
15 Banker, at of care":
career-minded person hoping to pursue a
,I career in the music industry. Strong com Natural Foods and Vitamin 25% off; tee shirts 30% oil;
munication skills and a passion for music Birkenstock Sandals. aerobic wear 50% oil: shoes 20.50% oil; 16 Wire 12 Scant S A LT.. BAR r. n 0
are essential. Call Mike, Mena at 212.492- Sunflower Health Foods racquetball frames 30% oil.., E Z Tennis!! 18 Consumed 14 Ability A Mil R I: n N H A R

1207. 9-20-1-13 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 9-27-10-15 19 Admits defeat 17 Harbor sights M y I F A I R LAD Y 0 R E
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A national full service brokerage firm is FREE labor with string purchase at E Z 21 Culture medium 22 Chemical EST I MAT E iiI T RES
looking for hard-working motivated people PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate Tennissynthetic gut on sale for $9.99. E 22 Coiffure feature element N I IPS 'i"H R D III S
M' to work 'in their Palm Beach Gardens test results from a reliable source Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 3722257. 9-27- 23 Matures 23 Separated M 0 10 L S. A t II E N .
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SALE *** : mix puppy approx
$45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 one 8
Break! Lv GVllle 3/11,5 Days $719 treatment 28 years exp Dr. J. Beckum, way. 3mo old. Can't keepl Needs good home.
optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 3761288 TV s $25 S up VCR $85 & up yri of weekly Fri/Sun/ bus trips Pets ok,
or 7 Days $850. Alr/lodglng/lilt. tick- CD players $79 & up. Gold SIO a up pkg transported GMG trans 336 Friendly & good watchdog. Please call!
ets/tranjf ((800)545) 0403 or ((904)273) Best Jewelry & Loan 3714367. 7026/3052663788/ 9242018 338.0483.

0326 ATTENTION: Student Loans on anything!! 10'12.23-18 FOUND: Pair of lavender sunglasses,

100 DOLLARS No one refused with good collateral. Best made in Tawan Call 374.4241 to ID.

it too much to spend it AW SHUCKS Jewelry & Loan Pawnbroker. 523 NW 3rd EZ Loans with approved collateral. Call 19 PETS Found at Booki
seafood restraunt Wing. oysters and 371-4367 the Cash Hotline. Your Buddy Richard will
erabcakes are 3 good reason to come to take care of you. Best Jewelry & Loan.
FOUND affectionate black & white kitten
you're stuck In OZ MARLBORO FA RMS horse board :
out Quality
4212 NW HI Blvd K & K Shopping Center.g.20.2.15 Cash for anything 371.4387. 101223
and you need cash to get home Ing on 50 acres Riding ring trails, individual on 9/17 across from Tigert Hall, no tagi
16 .
click your heels three times turnout, concrete block barn. 6 miles Call 372.3557. 9 21 3 20

and think of Best Jewelry i Loan. west Oaks Mall Stalls pasture, or full
WE BUY AND PAWNGoldSilverDiamondsJewelry
2 LIVE CREWwill of tint floor
FOUND Set at board. 472.4313. : key
never play at AW SHUCKS seafood Turlington payphones. call to ID 371
restraunt But we do have great and affordable Rolex*TV's*Stereol*VCR's 9073.
GOLD GOLD GOLD TOP CASH PAIDII Dalmation puppy, last of the litter, 10 wks.
appetizers and sandwiches We buy your old GOLDIIIWEPAYCASH AKC registered $300, first shots, for more
Best & Loan 371 4367
NW Blvd. I K a K .
4212 HI shopping center.
$ LOST gold necklace bracelet and
$ info call 3762385. engagement 371.4367 Best Jewelry & Loan ring Sunday 9.'16 at Union Field
10122316 good home for loi g.ha red gUineapig. Will give REWARD Please Call 336.
BEER AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange Price negotiable Call Kathy for more 8185.
may entice you to go to some places, but 27 yr old SWM, enjoys buying gold, cashIng & Blue Insurance Drive thru in Butler Info 375.8489. 926519
at AW SHUCKS seafood restraunt the checks & making loans Looks for discreet Plaza. We .care. Call us 1st 377CARS. FOUND: Pair of reading glasses & case

lood will make you come back. 4212 NW rel Bell Jewelry & Loan by Turlington vending machines, call to ID.
'16 Blvd. Kash & Karry shopping center. 371.4367, 122316 20 LOST & FOUNDFinders 377.3237. 9.21 .3.20 SEARCHI Cox Cable is looking _
WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. for talent to host our SuperVan TV appearances Keepers? FOUND: Black & white kitten, found on
STUN GUN $45.00 Best J&L 371.GEMS. for an entire year Call Karl at 376 If you find something, you can place a 39th Ave., 371.0310 used to people, no
Delivered to your door 371.8005. Favor. 1893. 920416 FREE ad In this section Be kind to someone tags.
ite Foods Etc. Best Jewelry & Loan who lost what you found. Call 373

Largest Pawnshop. In Townl THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, FIND. : set of keys outside of the infirmary -
371 4367 372.6724. Old esoteric books; astrology Call to claim 335.5271
16 CONNECTIONS BUyeSELleLOANtPAWN .. LOST: Gold chain w2 charms, near
readings crystals, minerals, & more 9 Schnell or Lake Alice Fields on 8/29. Re- .
24 516 FOUND male residential
: Healthy beagle in
Call 334-7998.
GAY BI? QUESTIONING? area between Newberry & Tower
GAY Switchboard 332.0700 24 hrs Nice looking, very straight acting guy roads. Call 392.6219 or 335.5329. 924
Info/Referral/Consultation (white) seeks same (or Asian). Sincere, 17 NOTICESSELF : Rott mix aprx 85 lbs on 9/10/ 3.20
honest, fun, Inexperienced and discrete. brown/black no collar, on NW 12 SI, very.
BODYBUILDERS)!!!! Write to Sam, POD 5183/ G'villa 32602. sentimental me. REWAROI373 9 DEFENSE 6. FOUND: Set of keys on bike path between
Isshlnryu Karate Club meets MWF 4.6pmIn 2nd Ave and ODome parking lot on 9.17.

Attend Sat loam our Gainesville course on contest Gym 376 prep..8400 Every. 10 G", 338.1545, Fri.! 8pm. Not before, not Women Gym. Call Jell at 335.5917. FOUND: Set of keys behind Mechanical Chain has Coca Cola 6.pack fob Call 378
after 9.21.216 Engineering building on 9/13./ Call to ID: 4058. 9.24.320FOUND
325 16 .
334 8628.

: puppy found at the Laurels on
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FSU gives Legall aids

ACC whole

UF volleyballBy

new meaningFor
Alligator Writer

a fleeting moment, it appeared a ,
Steffi Legall! isn't the typical volleyball
unification in college athletics was going to player. ,
occur that would have made the merger of
She didn't on a California
grow up
East and West Germany seem like back- beach.
page news (and I don't mean The Alligator
** Her home town, Celle, West Germany, #
sports )
isn't exactly a haven for volleyball players. "
And she wasn't even interested in the /
-> Alex Marvez
sport when she began playing.But "
THREE 12 years later, Legall is one of UFs
COUNTWith best players."I .
started volleyball when I was 11 because -
every independent college football my teacher asked me to come be- ,, .
team attempting to join an athletic confer cause I was one of the tallest girls," Legall ..
ence to share in television and revenues said. "Actually, (people in Germany) really
from post-season bowl games, the stage don't take it seriously. It Is getting more
was set for Florida State and Miami to join popular, though."
UF in the Southeastern Conference.This Legall is a good example of the increasing
would have instantly establishedthe popularity of the sport in Europe. y
SEC as! the top conference in football "Our designated team captain is Lisa
and baseball and strengthened the best Bonk, but on the court it's Steffi," said UF
women's teams in the nation. Rivalries volleyball coach Marilyn McReavy. "She'sa
would have become even more heated with strength all-around. Steffi's the glue on Alt
SEC standings on the line. the team. She's very crucial. She's very
It also would have given FSU's and tough and earns the respect (of the opponent 17.w. .
Miami's basketball programs some legiti- ) real quick."
macy (God knows they need some. The Legall thinks she earns that respect r
Hurricanes are so bad, they had a scrimmage through her defensive play. Legall! leads .

t Those dreams were dashed, though, last and is third on the team in blocks with 17 -ADRIAN DENNIS
Friday when FSU opted to join the Atlantic in seven matches. Steffi Legall, a transfer courtesy of the West German national team, leads the II
Coast Conference. Miami still has not been "Steffi's a very assertive player, very UF volleyball team In digs.
offered an invitation to join the SEC. good in a tight situation, and great compo-
i Yes, FSU has given ACC a new meaning sure," McReavy said. "You can see the fire said.The "Kirby was on the U.S. National Team a
A Crummy Choice. in her eye, and her opponents see that as club teams Legall refers to, includ- couple of years ago,and she came last yearto
Had the Seminoles wanted a competitive well." ing her own team, Stuttgart, allowed her my old team, Stuttgart, for a tryout.
football schedule, they wouldn't have Said Legall: "I like defense a lot. That'smy to travel worldwide and compete against Talks with Kirby helped Legall decideto
joined the ACC. From top to bottom, with favorite when I'm on the court. some of the top players in the world. come to UF.
the possible exception of Vanderbilt, the McReavy agrees. Legall received opportunities to play "I told her that I was interested in goingto
,. SEC is a stronger conference. Auburn is "She's our primary defense. She gets all extensively through Europe as captain of a school with a good volleyball program
better than Virginia,Tennessee better than over the court" the West German Junior National Team ,"Legall said. "I had the option to play
Clemson, UF better than Maryland, etc. Amazingly, the 5-foot-11 junior, in her and on the West German National Team. for colleges in California, too. UFs a good
FSU's decision reveals the glaring prob- first year at UF, didn't even arrive in the She competed in the 1986 World Cham- school and that was one of my major
lem in college football it doesn't pay to United States until last month and only had pionships, the 1987 European Champion- reasons for coming."
play a tough schedule. What did Notre visited America twice-both on volleyballtours ships and the 1989 European McReavy is glad she did.
Dame get last season for playing the toughest in California. Championships.It Not only has Legall played with an ankle
schedule in the nation? Second place. Legall said the popularity of the sport in was volleyball that eventually led her injury, she also has led the Gators to their
The same thing happened when Brigham the United States is a far cry from Ger- to UF.After completing high school,Legall biggest victory of the season thus far.
Young edged Washington for the No. 1 many. served an apprenticeship with the Merce- Legall led all Gators in kills, aces, digs,
ranking in 1984. "We don't have college teams. We don't des corporation while continuing to play and blocks during a five-game victory
By entering the SEC, the Seminoles have any intercollegiate athletics, so you volleyball. During that time, she met for against Florida State in the Florida tournament
J would have been guaranteed one loss, pos- have to play for clubs or don't play,"LegallMen's mer U.S. volleyball great Carolyn Kirby.
sibly two or more. But in the ACC, FSU can '
breeze to New Year's Day.
The Seminoles had figured this out al- 'I

ready season.,beginning A traditionally their easy slow-starting scheduling team this, golf team similar to 1988 sou ad
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FSU dropped Miami and Clemson from its
early schedule and instead opened with By JEFF MORIARTY only starter returning from lastyear's but Alexander said the lineupwill proved player, played well this
East Carolina and Georgia Southern. Other Alligator Writer NCAA Championship run- change from tournament to summer and should have a shotat
houses scheduled this season in- ner-up team, Alexander is readyfor tournament and anyone can playing time. Petit played in
Buddy Alexander must be ex- the season to start so he break into the
can starting five. one tournament last season.
clude Tulane, Virginia Tech (just what is a
*'' Hokie anyway?),South Carolina, Cincinnatiand periencing deja vu. see what the year has in store Alexander said Bates has been Gay, a freshman, comes to UF
Memphis State. Everything looks like Febru- for his squad. Golfweek's pre-sea- dependable for the Gators and, with an impressive junior re-
ary, 1988, when he took over a 'son rankings show UF at No. 19. after last year's AllAmericanseason
Maybe the Seminoles realize it won'thurt cord. Alexander said Gay'ssound
UF's men's golf team that fea- "It's going to be an interestingyear Bates should lead this
them to play teams most UF fraternities consistent golf game resembles
could defeat. If FSU starts the season tured some of the best ability in because there are so many year's team. Only a few UF players the game of a young
ranked in the top five, it won't drop out the nation but little collegiate unanswered questions," Alexan- have collegiate experience. Dudley Hart, one of UFs top
"' unless it loses to a powder-puff squad.FSU's experience. der said."We've got a lot of ques- Sophomore Kevin Hammer is players of all-time.
Alexander didn't know who tions and I don't have the the
only letter-
move to join the ACC appears to returning "We'll
just put them out there
would to lead the Gators. I don't have
step answers yet.
up any from last
man and
be one that helps them and hinders every year was expected and let them get after it and see
team that tries to play a legitimate sched But if history has any bearingon idea who is "going to play the to claim one of the who wants the spots bad
ule. If, as rumored, other SEC teams refuseto this year's team, the Gators tournaments. starting five spots. He was one enough," Alexander said. "I
reschedule games against the 'Noles as have nothing to fear. Playing for the Gators this of the nation's top junior golfers don't know if they'll ever be like
they try to sprinkle their schedule with In 1988,Alexander molded his weekend at the Carpet Capital before coming to UF and shows last year's team, but there is no
*- legitimate opposition, don't feel sorry for players Into one ,of the best Collegiate in Dalton, Ga., will be promise. doubt in my mind that by the
FSU. Feel for the teams that are penalizedby teams in the nation. Bates, Brian Gay, John Petit, Alexander said Petit, a sophomore ,end of this year, this team will
scheduling legitimate opponents. With senior Pat Bates as the Brent Dorman and Tony Soeries, and last year's'most. im- be pretty dam good.

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