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21,1990


I NCAA leaves UF with probation, no bowl I I



By MATT ADAMS A disappointed UF President John NCAA tournament.UF can't keep the money UF to compete in a bowl game and possiblybe
Writer Lombardi! made the announcement at a 2:30: because former basketball star Vernon Max- eligible for the SEC championship. But
Alligator news conference in the O'Connell Center, well played while he was ineligible. the SEC reserves the right to decide if a

UF received some long-awaited answers saying the penalties were inappropriate."We Lombardi!said he will not make a decision team can compete for the conference title,
Thursday when the NCAA announced its are not comfortable with penalizing about an appeal until he has consulted with regardless if an appeal is pending.
decision to ban the school's football team and Even if a team wins the championship, it
innocent players for the sins of a prior gen- UF administrators faculty.
can be revoked if the appeal is denied. The
from in bowl this
"
playing a game year, eration, Lombardi said.
"We really haven't had a chance to deter-
denying UF chance to win the Southeastern earliest the NCAA would rule on an appealis
a "
Conference The National Collegiate Athletic Associa- mine whether an appeal is a useful device, January.
championship.The tion also placed both programs on two-year said Lombardi!, who has 14 days to submitan Lombardi! said he expects to hear from
basketball team also was punished, probations and asked the UF Athletic Association appeal. the SEC next week.
losing three scholarships during the next to repay a minimum of $287,000 None of the NCAA's sanctions would be
two years. money the school received during the 1988 in affect during the appeal process, allowing see NCAA page 8


History of violations

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haunts athletic teamsBy


violations were much harsher than
SHARON GINN
the ones received Thursday. On Oct.
Alligator Staff Writer
23,1984,the NCAA gave UF what was,
The sanctions the NCAA handed at the time, one of its harshest judge-
down to UFs football and basketball ments.
programs Thursday may seem harshto The NCAA gave the football team
UF President John Lombardi! and three years' probation, including a
others, but they don't compare to the three-year on bowl games and live
slap UF received in 1984. television appearances.The @e a
But then again, neither do the vio- NCAA added that the last year
lations.In of probation could be dropped-and
1984, UF originally was chargedwith eventually it was-if UF officials took
107 NCAA violations, but the more "corrective action." Lt
M
charges were later reduced to 59. UF's scholarship limit also was reduced -
The 59 violations were less severe by 10 each year for the 1985
than the original 107, which included and 1986 seasons.
recruiting violations by Bull Gator and UF decided to appeal the probationto t r
thenNew York Yankees owner the NCAA, something administrators -
George Steinbrenner.But are considering again after the
they still Included several UF football and men's basketball programs
major charges:' Thursday received two years' lit
V. Gators assistant coaches Joe probation.UF .
Kines and Dwight Adams were cited which asked that its punish-
for lying under oath about their in- ment be reduced to one year proba-
volvement in the infractions. tion and that fewer scholarships be
.Ten violations dealt with football taken away, lost its appeal in January
players: scalping tickets to alumni for 1985.
up :o $200 a ticket. Lomas Brown, a And the Southeastern Conferencetitle ,
UF lineman, admitted he received the first the Gators had won t
$2,000 for the sale of tickets,but saidit outright-was stripped from them at
was "common practice across the the same time. NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR
country." While UF's appeal was pending,the President Lombard! announces the NCAA ruling' at a conference Thursday.
Some UF boosters financed car SEC upheld the probation and refusedto
loans for players. allow the Gators to play in the 1984 i I
.A number of violations dealt with Sugar Bowl. Students rulings unfairBy
falsified travel, meal and hotel vouch- Senior offensive guard Chrissee agree

ers.The penalties given to UF for those History, page 8 JON GLASS NCAAbecause it takes action too after winning its first two games."I .
Writer late," Browne said. There's no hope the players don't lose
Alligator rhyme or reason for this football the motivation at this point," re-
Most students on campus team not to go to a bowl game." habilitative counseling junior
Thursday agreed with UF offi- Other students echoed Lori Scott said. "It seems every-
THE PRICE UF HAS To PAY cials who saw the NCAA sanc- Browne's opinion, and psychology time we have a good season, we
tions against the football and junior Rick Plotkia said he can't go to a bowl game."
FOOTBALL BASKETBALLtwo basketball programs as unfair. felt especially sorry for the se- Browne said he thought UF
Student President Mi- nior athletes. handled the investigation well
+two years probation + years probationteam Body
chael Browne, who describedthe There's not a single player on and'shouldn't be held responsible -
+ is ineligible to +student athlete scholarships are reduced National Collegiate Athletic this team involved with the alle- for individuals' mistakes.

participate in postfrom a maximum of 15 to 13 during the: Association as "stuffy and arrogant gations," Plotkia said. "Now se- They were incidents with spe-
season play after the 1991-92 school year and to 14 in 1992-93 ," said the organizationtakes niors aren't going to have their cific people," he said.

1990 season +UF I1'IJsfretum a minimum of about too long to determine ap- chance for a championship or But religion junior Adam McGuire
'
$287,000 the'money ft received from, propriate penalties and punishes bowl game." said even so the entire
a 1988 postseason championship coaches and players not respon- There was also a concern team should be punished.see .
.. 't ; .'. sible for breaking the rules."There's about how the penalties would
a problem with the affect the football team's attitude Reaction page 8

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2, AWGATOR. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21,1990WHAT'S __ n. _

. HAPPENINGFellowship I ArArArXrArAlArAlAl'ArAlArArAl"Ar


: The Intervarsity Culture at 15th Street and University SOTA: Students Over the Tradi- 'DeCta gamma
Christian Fellowship meets tonightat Avenue. Call 332-0700. tional Age meet every Friday at 7 a
7 in Reitz Union Room 346. Call Services and dinner: B'nai B'rith p.m. in the Gainesville Hilton d 'D
3774860. Hillel Foundation Is having services Lounge. Call 336-9529 or 335-7470. )

Choose a major: Peer Counselorswill tonight at 7 and dinner at 8 at 16 NW Buy, cell, trade: The Baseball & Loves
hold a Career Development 18th St. Call 3722900. Football Sportscard Show will be

Workshop today at 1 in the Counsel. CARIBSA: The Caribbean Students Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the a 7
ing Center Little Hall Room 311. Association meets tonight at 8 Gainesville Holiday Inn on University
Call 3921575. at the University Women's Club fora Avenue. Free admission. Call
Student organization: The Black social gathering and potluck dinner ((305)) 849-0986. Their Homecoming

Student Organization meets tonightat Call Denise at 373-4286. Frisbee: UF Women's Ultimate a
6:30: in Reitz Union Rooms 362-63. Filipino: The Filipino Student As- Frisbee practices every Tuesday

Call 373-5368. sociation Fall Induction meets Thursday and Sunday at 5:30: p.m. at
Speak French: Les Bons Vivants tonight at 7 for a semi formal potluckat Hume Field. Call Tricia at 372-0836. Sweethearts

meets tonight at 6 in the Orange & the Women's Club Call Franjo National Service: Gamma Sigma d '1 1d
Brew. Call Pete at 371-3755 or Nhu at336-8427. Sigma, a national service sorority,
372.0360. Anthropology: The Florida will be rushing Sept. 24-27. Call 392- 'D7
India club: The UF India Club Anthropology Student Associationmeets 4094.

meets Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Reitz today at 4 in Turlington Hall Share: Donate what you would
Heidi Bentel
Union Auditorium. Call 3783242.Get Room LOU. Call Michael at 378- spend for one day's worth of food for

happy: The Transfer Activities 5497. Project Mazon through Sept. 28. a ;
Council meets tonight at 7 in SASA: The Students in African Pick up donation envelopes at Hillel

the Orange& Brew for a happy hour. Studies Association presents Becky 16 NW 18th St. Call Audrey at 372- Deborah Wick
Call 3761757. Gearhart's video on women residingin 2900. -
Car wash: The Vietnamese Club Lamu Kenya today at 4:30: in Get tough: The Isshinryu Karate Da
car wash is today from 10 a.m. to 2 Grinter Hall Room 471. Call 392- Club meets every Monday Wednes-
p.m. on the corner of Southwest 16th 2183. day and Friday 4:30-6: p.m. in the DG
and 13th Streets at SteaknShake.Call Clean-up: The Environmental Action Women's Gym. Call Jeff at 335-5917.
Trang at 3731109. Group presents Crescent Beach Food Drive: B'nai B'rith Hillel L
Party: The Gay and Lesbian Student Clean-up Saturday 9 a.m. to noon. Foundation is having a food drive
Union meets tonight at 7:30: fora Meet at 8 a.m. in the circle drive at through Sept. 29. Drop off food at < DG

party. Maps will be handed out at the Reitz Union or at the main beach Hillel 16 NW 18th St. Call Audrey at
7:30: behind the Institute for Black near the parking lot. 392-MAKE.. 372-2900. DAr

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FRIDAY,SEPTEMBER 21,1990,Af UCATOR,3I


I UF officials present budget plans to Regents I



By MIKE BRUSCELL Martinez and the Cabinet ordered all state thinks the preferred plan has a good shot at lege of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean Will
Alligator Staff Writer agencies to trim 5 percent from their bud passing. Harrison said his faculty will give courses
gets because of diminished tax returns anda "People tell us they think it's going to for graduating seniors top priority,and probably -
UF officials will begin their budget pitchto sluggish economy. happen,"Sorensen said."Boy, I'd just like it won't offer classes for less than 50
state officials by tonight, offering three The remaining money would be soakedup if we could get it." students.
separate plans to handle widespread cuts by eliminating vacant staff positions,suchas UPs other two plans allow for less flexibility His faculty will begin deciding what
that may threaten summer semesters.Of an administrative assistant for UF President in dealing with the cuts. classes to offer within the next two weeks,
the three, the plan UF officials favor
John Lombardi.The Harrison said.
The first, sent to Regents Thursday night,
most would suspend about $3 million in
equipment purchases and building maintenance plan also counts on UF getting a shareof is a flat proposal that could eliminate 1990-91 But philosophy department chairman
two state trust funds to support SummerA summer classes and cut expenses such as David Biro said his department, which offered
UF Provost Andrew Sorensen said
Thursday.That and C semesters and staff positions, travel and vacant staff positions by 5 percent. classes last summer for the first timein

plan which Sorensen and UF Vice Sorensen said. Regents spokesman Pat The second, which Sorensen expects to years, would have to offer classes popular
,
Riordan said the Regents are "optimistic"that with lower level students.
Provost Gene Hemp worked on Thursday to reach Regents with the third by tonight,
present to the Board of Regents by tonight, the trust funds, one from lottery profits makes 3.3 percent cuts in the same areas as Because underclassmen make up the majority
would defer the expenses to the next budget and one from the education emergency fund, the first, but without the support of the two of students taking philosophy classes,
year.The Regents is a 13-member panel that will be freed up. state trust funds. The difference would haveto those classes would most likely be offered
guides Florida's nine public universities. If the state approves the favored plan, UF be made up by cutting more staff positionsand before higher level classes, Biro said.

Sorensen and Hemp drafted the primary could offer two-thirds to three-fourths of its classes.As But he said it was important to considerthe
plan assuming UF will have to return $5.7 current Summer schedule, Sorensen said. the provosts juggled money, UPs faculty upper level students being harmed by
million to the state, not the $8.4 million they Riding on the support of Education Com pondered their options if a limited Sum the truncated summer session. Teaching
were originally told earlier this month. missioner Betty Castor at a Regents meetingin mer A and C schedule is approved. assistants and operating budgets may also
The cuts must be. made after Gov. Bob Jacksonville Friday, Sorensen said he When deciding what classes to offer, Col- feel the pinch.


Police up security

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in southwest areaBy


MATTHEW SAUER to consider lowering patrol levelsto
normal.
Alligator Writer
Mann said local residents
x .
f ? Police increased the. number of should be as cautious now as they
Florida Highway Patrol officers in were at the height of the murder
Gainesville Thursday night and publicity."We .
will continue double patrols, a police want to caution and remind
spokesman said. students and residents that we
Alachua County Sheriff's have not charged anyone in this
spokesman Lt. Spencer Mann said case," he said. "We're not lettingour
the Task Force investigating the guard down and neither should
murder five college students has anyone else. People should watch
requested a 30 percent increase in their personal safety and use the
the number of troopers operatingin buddy system at all times."
wK Gainesville. As a result of a shift in the
There were 30 troopers workingwith investigation's focus, Mann said
the Task Force before the both he and Gainesville Police
increase to enhance security in spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell
southwest Gainesville, the pre will be reassigned to their regular
dominately student area where the duties this week.
murders were discovered four "We are at a point in the investigation
weeks ago, Mann said. where the crisis manage
Though he would not give a ment phase is over, so Sadie and I
r. specific reason for the increase, requested that we both get back to
Mann said the extra staffing was our regular duties," he said.
"prudent"at this stage of the inves- Mann said the reassignment has
TENIELLE TODD tigation.This is the first time police nothing to do with the Florida De-
Lanle Anagnos, a member of the Mortar Board Senior Honor Society, reads a poem In memoryof have mentioned stepping up pa-
the five murder victims at the tree-planting memorial Thursday. trols since the Investigation's first
see Search, page 7
week. Until now,police met weekly


UF honors slain students Bork: Law turning into



I I Group plants 5 trees by Library East in remembranceBy political power fightBy I

CARRIE TICE Honor Society planted the East "We did this as a service to our
Writer Palatka holly trees in the mem- campus and students, offering speak about politics and the Con-
Alligator ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI
ory of the five students, said something we could all relate to," stitution. "It's become a political
More than 50 UF students and Lanie Anagnos, a Mortar Board said Mortar Board President Alligator Writer struggle for control of the law."
faculty gathered by library East member and the event's chair. Valeri Alexander. Supreme Court confirmation Bork declined to predict what

Thursday to plant five trees in person. White ribbons were tied to hearings have become bloody bat- David Souter's political ideology
memory of the college students Anagnos opened the cere- each tree as part of the Community tles in a war over the political prizeof would be if he were approved by
murdered during the first weekof mony by reading a poem by Crisis Coordination Team's the Supreme Court, former Supreme the U.S. Senate to replace retired
classes."A Amanda Bradley titled "Remem week of commemoration.The Court nominee Robert Bork Justice William J. Brennan Jr. The
bering." Students and faculty said Thursday night. Senate Judiciary Committee is ex-
planted tree symbolizes a team, comprised of businessmen
breath of new life, but one that members then watched as four UF and SFCC officials pected to approve President Bush'schoice
"Today, unlike the past, law is
next week.
by early
Mortar Board members and
needs to be nurtured, Student and law-enforcement officers,
Browne Browne planted the trees. viewed as a political prize and political "Either the Supreme Court will
President'Michael
Body plans a tree-planting ceremony weapon," Bork told more
said at the service,held in mem- The trees were donated by UF today at 4 p.m. across from than 700 people who packed the
Santa Fe Community College Westside Park. Bork, 7
ory of Physical Plant, Anagnos said. Reitz Union ballroom to hear him see page
student Christa Leigh Hoyt They were planted on the north "I wish we didn't have to do
and UF students Sonja Larson, side of Library East so the thou this, even though it had to be
Tracy Paules,Christina, P.Powell sands of UF students who pass done to keep their memory correctionHeidi heart Pageant. Pete Oetter is the
and Manuel Taboada. by every day can see them and alive Mortar Board member Bentel,Jeanette Grant and University Copy Center accountant -
The Mortar Board .Senior, remember, she said. Pablo Gersberg said. Deborah Wick are the three final- The Alligator reported other

ists in the Homecoming Sweet- wise on this page yesterday.I .



4.ALLIGATOR FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21,1990

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WEST PALM BEACH (UPI) Millions of gallons Waste-water management teams worked into the
of untreated sewage spewed into the Atlantic In- night to stop the leak and thought they had it patched.But GGGreenwic | Stereos]
tracoastal Waterway Thursday, forcing Palm Beach at 5 am. Thursday the patch gave way, floodingthe '
of value for
K County health officials to close 20 miles of beach from area where workman had been operating with six /t Green Anything
Jupiter to Boynton Beach. feet of sewage. 2 & 3 bedrooms availablenow IMMEDIATE CASH
Beachgoers and divers were notified early With sewage building up in the pipelines that dump thru August.
: Thursday of the possible contamination. into the treatment plant,officials were forced to divert 377-2646
FREE CABLE,
Residents who rely on well water also were advisedto some of the flow out abandoned sewage outlets,which : WATER
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drink bottled water or boil their water for five were built to carry sewage a mile offshore. Sewage SEWER AND
said also is held in canals until AMENmES: Pool tennis sauna. 1230 W Unlv Ave
minutes until the crisis passes, Cam Freedlund, being it can be pumped aerobics
racketball.
a spokeswoman for the Department of Health and back into the pipeline. Jacuzzi.
I Rehabilitative Services for District 9. "Right now we have afternoon thundershowers putting green clubhouse & gym. .. .. .. .. ..

,I A hole in a 42-inch sewer line carrying raw sewage building up and we don't want that to happen because
from the city of West Palm Beach to the West Palm the canals are already getting full. Yesterday, we got
Beach Regional Waste-Water Treatment Plant forced 3 inches of rain. We don't need rain or it will overflowin "A GREAT LITTLE GIFT SHOP"
officials to shut down the treatment facility. backyards Schutta said.
The plant handles 50 million gallons of sewage a The sewage is being treated with chlorine to help
day from West Palm Beach, Riviera Beach, Palm kill the odor and disinfect the sewage as much as
Beach, Lake Worth and part of unincorporated Palm possible before it is dumped into the ocean. Balloons 04 Stuffed Animals
Beach County. "We do not have any reports right now of fish kills, Toiletries Alligators to Zebras
West Palm Beach City Manager Ron Schutta said but it's a little too soon," said Mark Elsner, domestic Unique oUts by the 1000's
the hole was discovered at about noon Wednesday by waste-water program supervisor for the state Depart Free Foil Balloon aiR Baskets
city crews who noticed an odor coming from an ment of Environmental Resources. "It usually takes
unoccupied warehouse."It's two to three days or up to a couple of weeks until When you buy one
an unexplained break at a manhole where the oxygen in water has been depleted for fish kills to Exp. 10/31/90
pipe makes a 90-degree turn. The pipe's been there occur." We Deliver Butler Plaza 378-0298 ura
for 20 years. We don't know what caused it to break, Elsner said it does not appear that anyone is to
but it's a major break," Schutta said. blame for the spill.


I I Iraq booted from Asian OlympicsBEIJING I e rd t6 tAe

Sf4t AXSZKruti
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(UPI) The Olympic Council of Asia, the Games and expel it from the OCA following the ;
I facing threats of an Arab boycott of the Beijing Asian council meeting at the downtown Beijing Hotel. Curington Allison MacDonald
I Games,voted overwhelmingly Thursday night to bar He said the vote was 27-3,with five abstentions and
Trena Gander Osborne \I.
Iraq from the Games and expel it from the council one invalid vote. The OCA has 38 member nations Jenifyr ,
I over the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, officials said. and territories, and two nations were not present. Darcy Garrett Michelle Wharton .
The chief Iraqi delegate angrily denounced the voteas "The organizing committee will abide by the .
fixed,but said his nation saw no point in appealing. decision," Wu said. U'e Cane"at
"This was a victory for everything illegal," said the Some Arab nations had indicated they would con-
Iraqi chief delegate, Abdul Karim al-Mulla, after the sider a boycott unless Iraq was expelled from the ff '.
vote. "This is our great sorrow." Games. The possible Iraqi presence had also con-
The vote was the latest show of international out cerned security officials if the Iraqi team were given r---------------- .
rage against Baghdad over the Aug. 2 invasion, in lodging in the Asian Games village near hostile 1 Canoe Trips 1
which OCA President Fahad al Ahmad al Sabah, a nations.
member of the Kuwaiti royal family, was killed by Al-Mulla acknowledged the Iraqi soccer team had I SANTA FE CANOE OUTPOST
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The move, two days before the Games open Satur said there was no plan to appeal the decision and the before you start hitting the books
day, also dashed the hopes of host China for a Games Iraqi official delegation would leave for home. Mostof 1 : come, relax, and enjoy the river. 1
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construction, UF. Ham Museum of Art, the first
major art museum at a Florida university,will have
its grand opening Saturday and Sunday.

The museum, located at the corner of Hull Road,
and Southwest 34th Street will be open to the public
from 1 to 5 p.m. both days, museum spokeswomanLassie
Patterson said. During the grand opening,
o the public can take free tours-of the museum's
collection and vIew the new.facilities, she said.

; "We.are' both excited and ,exhausted, mostly

.. r :' ,,'excited',"Patterson said."Everything' Is going.to be.
ready., .
JS SULLIVAN
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Alligator classifieds. ceremony Thursday to honor Americans still prisoners of war, :will be Tuesdays through Fridays 11 a.m.to 5 p.m.;
373-FinD missing in action or unaccounted for. About 50 UF students If Saturdays from 10 am to 5 p.m..and Sundays!from
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I facing threats of an Arab boycott of the Beijing Asian council meeting at the downtown Beijing Hotel. Curington Allison MacDonald
j Games,voted overwhelmingly Thursday night to bar He said the vote was 27-3,with five abstentions and
I Iraq from the Games and expel it from the council one invalid vote. The OCA has 38 member nations Jenifyr Osborne
i over the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, officials said. and territories, and two nations were not present Michelle Wharton
The chief Iraqi delegate angrily denounced the vote "The organizing committee will abide by the
; as fixed,but said his nation saw no point in appealing. decision," Wu said.
I This was a victory for everything illegal,'' said the Some Arab nations had indicated they would con
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vote. "This is our great sorrow." Games. The possible Iraqi presence had also con
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which OCA President Fahad al Ahmad al Sabah, a nations.
member of the Kuwaiti royal family, was killed by Al-Mulla acknowledged the Iraqi soccer team had SANTA FE CANOE OUTPOST
Iraqi troops as they stormed into the oil-rich emirate. already arrived in China Its fate was unclear, but he : t.. After the excitement of the game and :
The move, two days before the Games open Saturday said there was no plan to appeal the decision and the before you start hitting the books,
also dashed the hopes of host China for a Games Iraqi official delegation would leave for home. Most 1 : come, relax, and enjoy the river 1
I free of political disputes. The quadrennial Asian of the Iraqi athletes were believed still in Baghdad !J .
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more than seven years of planning and
construction UPs Ham Museum of Art, the first
major art museum at a Florida university,will have
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'The museum,located at the corner of Hull Road
and Southwest 34th Street,will be open to the public
from 1 to 5 p.m. both days,museum, spokeswomanLassie
Patterson said. During the grand opening,
a the public can take free tours of,the museum's
collection ,view the new facilities she said.

'
"We are both ;excited and exhausted, mostly
excited' Patterson said. "Everything Is going.to be

JS SULLIVAN re.adyMer '

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373-FIND missing in action or unaccounted for. About 50 UF students Saturdays from 10 am.to 5 p.m.and Sundays from. .
attended the service near Van Fleet Hall, which featured a speechby :''1 to 5 p.rit:Admission I is free: ;7, ':

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Darts & laurels


I LAUREL to Center for Instructional Research Computing s
I Activities officials for dropping their mandate that stu-

dents show an all-in-one ID card before they can use

CIRCA's computers.We .
were surprised to hear CIRCA was requiring stu-
dents to buy the $5 card before it became a campus-wide

requirement. We also didn't think it was fair.

We're glad to see that Ed Poppell, administrative affairs
interim associate vice president and the administrator

overseeing the card, agreed with us.
We're also encouraged to hear that students took an op-
.,
portunity to voice their opinion about the new require- f P, qIlw

ment. Poppell received a couple of calls and CIRCA 7i
-,,. I yam.. E I IAMFCAN IM
received hundreds.

DART to UF health officials for having their annual

I planning retreat at the Don Cesar Hotel in St. Petersburg.The .

Don Cesar is a lavish, 4-star hotel that charges from GGI'iliC.

$140 to $170 a night for a double room, depending on the


view.Officials from the College of Health Related Professionsmet I Let us know when we screw up I IGot

with members of their advisory board, which recruits ...
private donations for the college. Board members live in a problem? Read on.
different parts of the state, and Health Affairs Vice Presi- island.We here at The Alligator aren't on some proverbial R so Lorraine Schneeber erEADERS'

dent David Challoner said it's convenient to hold the
ADVOCATEWhen
All the interest and feedback from you, the reader,
;. retreat in a central location. is what gets us and our bylines in those orange
Fine. Schedule the retreat in a central location. But newsstand boxes every morning.To you keep hearing the names, after awhile,
schedule it at a Holiday Inn or even a Hilton. But not at a be perfectly honest prepare, I might sound that's all they become. Names. But to some, peoplethe
place that an employee at St. Petersburg's American sappy we can't do this paper without you. tragedy of these women and this man especiallyhits
Autombile Association said is "the nicest hotel on the The position of reader advocate is a clear oneIam I home.Think, then, if you were a parent or a close
consistently going to take the other side of issueswe friend of the deceased and you opened up The Alligator
beach if
want to spend
especially you money. report on.I to these words:
Challoner said the trip was financed with profits the col- I hope to be an extension of you, who may pick up Monday, Aug. 27, 1990 The women's naked
lege makes through its health care. The private money The Alligator, read a story and think "No way. You bodies..."
also can go toward travel, instructor salary boosts and stu- people are off base here." Or think, "You should have Wednesday, Aug. 29, 1990 "...the third body
dent scholarships.In presented the story like this..you should have men found...that of Christa Leigh Hoyt, was decapitated."

other words, the trip was paid for with money thatdidn't tioned that. Thursday, Aug. 30, 1990 -"...some of the Gainesville
come from the state. But that doesn't mean state of- The Alligator Is a college paper.We're controversial.And victims had their breasts or nipples mutilated."
sometimes, we screw up. It comes with the How would you feel?Incredibly hurt and incredibly
ficials should be allowed to irresponsibly spend
any
territory.I angry. These were real students, with real lives, real
money that comes into their hands. I want to catch the screw-ups, the mistakes, the dreams.As .
The money that was wasted on this trip certainly could conflict. I'm going to present it to you on a silver a paper we owe them a dignity in death that will
have been spent on more important causes, including platter. never be fulfilled in life. The murder coverage should
scholarships. It's difficult to explain to students that sum- Not since 1987, when SallieHughes was editor,has have been less graphic and less descriptive of the
The Alligator had a reader advocate -Anne McGee.I murders.
mer classes may have to be cut when they see UF offi-
cials in resorts. I can't fill her shoes, but I can try on some new ones. Our editor, Judy Plunkett, said Tuesday that "We
staying Of course, this column will rely directly on your weren't nearly as graphic as the (Gainesville) Sun."
LAUREL to Student Government for posting a memoon feedback. If you feel The Alligator presented a story Well, that's exactly the point. Do we get out a ruler
the Reitz Union's third floor that states only a handful. badly or otherwise misinformed the readers, I wantto and measure the inches of graphic description? No.
I. of people may use SG's facsimile machine. know about it. If you've got an issue you'd like to References to the "conditions" of the victims only
We criticized SG earlier this semester when Student gripe about, I want to know about it. I'll give you the served to fuel rumors and increase fear. I had people

Body President Michael Browne had facsimile copies of a calls space and you written deserve. And I will try.to return all phone coming up to me saying, "Have you heard the latest?"
correspondence.So or "I heard there's six ill.
more dead. It made me
press release sent to newspapers and TV stations all over Gator fans, get those cards and letters coming.I Larson's name was even spelled wrong in the
the state. I want to be voice.
your Tuesday, Aug. 28, 1990 edition of The Alligator. We
And if that wasn't bad enough, someone in SG called us Who on this campus is sick of hearing about the could have done better than that. These students
twice to ask our fax number. We told them never mind, atrocities of the Gainesville murders? deserved itLorraine

we'd pick it up rather than waste student money on the Christina Powell.Sonja Larson. Christa Leigh Hoyt. Schneeberger is The Alligator's new readers'
transmission. Manuel Taboada. Tracy Paules. advocate.

We're glad to see SG take some responsibility with stu- I f.. : {I.ul.unn1t: I

dent money and their high-technology toys. And we hope ion
those needier repentance, and pray that we organizations from soup
Help range
that the people who &re authorized to use SG's facsimile will perform
many good deeds in kitchens and food banks to multi
machine only do so when it's absolutely necessary. than yourself the coming year. service organizations providing

Our fast is a voluntary fast, but shelter,clothing and counseling to
Editor:Wednesday evening at
sun-
we all know that that research the causes of
there are millionsof groups
down began the in
alligatorEditor High Holidays
and to -
the Jewish religion. Rosh Hashanais people who suffer an involuntary advocate solutions
the Jewish New Year, a time for fast everyday.This Yom Kippur,we hunger.In .
A. Plunkett
Judy self-purification and hopes for a are asking members of the Jewish the spirit of the High Holidaysand
Managing Editor Opinions Editor sweet year.It is followed eight days community and of our whole com- of doing good deeds, please
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline ReslierLetter later by Yom Kippur, the Day of munity to please donate what they share with the hungry. Donation
Atonement would spend for food in one day to envelopes are available at Hillel, 16
Project Mazon.
Policy
Utters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about ont 8-by-lO page). They should be On this day we reflect over our "- N.W. 18th St. For further informa-
typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include I typed name, address and telephone actions during the past year,asking Mazon funds 360 tion, call 372-2900.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just caus If you have any. questions call non-profit organizations
the editorial page editor at 3764458. forgiveness for our wrongdoings.We working to alleviate Jenny Davis
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FRIDAY,SEPTEMBER! 21,1990.ALLIGATOR 7


BORKfrom challenge is to make the court brought before the Founding Fa- SEARCHfrom
page 3 more of a legal than political insti thers, they would not have put it 3 assortment of junk, Mann said.
tution." up to a vote," said UF psychology page
have a radically new direction, or Audience reaction to Bork's student Katherine Hooper. "We've found bicycle parts, a
it won't," Bork said. "(Souter) speech was mixed, with some call "(Judges) are creating rights that partment of Law Enforcement's ef. chandelier and a bowling ball"
hasn't really said anything for 50 ing it"appalling"and others sayingit we don't have." fort to plug the media leaks that Mann said. "Of course, anythingof
years. There's no reason why he was "wonderful." have plagued the investigation. value as evidence will be takento
should Bork, who has worked as a pro crime labs."
now. Sheriffs divers scoured retention our scene
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The nation's highest court this," said UF College Democrats ponds at Gatorwood and Hawaiian
should not have conservative or President Dawn Koren, who said Senate University, was rejected by the Village apartments, Mann The search was completed late
liberal overtones, but should be she was glad Bork was never con 1987. Judiciary Committee In said. Police have partially drainedthe Thursday afternoon, and the
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Losses off the fieldDec. Football sanctions shock athletesBy II

13. 1982 NCAA launches of
investigation into UF athletic program be Florida's best shot at a Southeastern team to the Sugar Bowl," Mills said. "Now
GREGG DOYEL Conference championship since 1984. that it seems like we might get there, the
with charges of illegal recruiting. Alligator Staff Writer That Florida the regularseason NCAA has to take it all away from us.
year, won
Aug. 26, 1984 UF football coach NCAA "We're doing thing we can do off
The nervous chattering stopped when championship, only to have the every
Charlie Pell forced to resign. Steve Spurrier walked into the room. take it away after finding UF guilty of and on the field, and the NCAA doesn't
Sept. 11,1984 NCAA sends UF Every eye focused on UFs football coach numerous recruiting violations. even take it into consideration."
list of 107 rules violations. waiting, praying to be told the season The players slumped off the field, shak- Members of the UF men's basketballteam
Sept. 27, 1984 Former UF foot would go on as usual, wanting to hear that ing their heads, following Thursday's prac- which the NCAA slapped lightly on
ball player Lomas Brown tells UF officials no scholarships were lost. tice."We the wrist by taking away three scholarshipsover
he received $2,750 for the sale of Wanting to hear that more TV contests can't understand it," senior tackle two years, were more concerned with
complimentary tickets. like Saturday's nationally-televised, 17-13 Glenn Neely said. "If the NCAA had any their football counterparts.
victory over Alabama would be possible. kind of heart, they'd see this is a good "We're disappointed for the football team
Oct. 23, 1984 NCAA hits UF ath- Wanting to hear that a bowl game could football team. We want to go to the Sugar more than anything,"senior guard Renaldo
letic program with three year's probation be waiting at the end of the season. Bowl, and this is like a slap in our face. Garcia said. "We eat with them, live with
including a reduction of Two out of three ain't good. "Now, there's no reward for the fact that them and hang out with them. We have a
and television. lot of for them, and know it's all
scholarships no "We figured coach Spurrier would tell us we could go 110. feelings "
Oct. 3, 1986 UF learns its football that nothing happened and then we couldgo Big words coming from a senior who has disappointing for them.
team will be taken off probation at end practice," Florida offensive guard Chris seen UF win no more than seven games in Bromley said UPs 15th-ranked football
' of 1986 season. Bromley said. "He gave us the bad news, a season since 1986. And yet a spot in the team may vent that frustration in the nine
April 13, 1988 Former UF All- and there was a feeling of mass disbelief." Sugar Bowl was all any of the three seniors games remaining in the season.
Bromley, Neely and wide receiver Ernie There's lot of Bromley said.
American basketball player Vernon The NCAA announced Thursday that UF a anger,
will be ineligible for post-season competition Mills could talk about. "I don't think just Furman will feel ill I think
Maxwell admits to NCAA
failing an this year. Unless UF appeals within 15 "I came here as a freshman, and ever anybody on our schedule may see how
drug test, and says seven or eight since then I've dreamed of this "
days, the decision nips what appeared to leading angry we are.
other UF athletes have tested positive.

,July 27, 1988 UF President Mar- divided of
shall Criser announces an internal in- Faculty on severity ruling I

vestigation into possible drug -
problems with UF's athletic, programs. By AMY PITTENGER edge about the sanctions had sistant professor Bruce Carroll going on for 10 years,"
mixed feelings."It said UF deserved its punish- Brockmann said. The whole
22 1989 A federal Alligator Writer
May 90-page is an example of how the ment because it violated the thing was good for UF becauseit
indictment charges four South Florida UF faculty members had NCAA enforces the underpaying NCAA's rules. makes us re-examine the re-
sports agents with racketeering and mixed reactions Thursday to of talented athletes," UF Jane Brockmann, presidentof lationship between athleticsand
fraud for alleged secret payments to the penalties placed on the economics professor David the UF chapter of United the university."
UF athletes. Six former UF athletesare school's football and men's bas- Denslow said, adding that the Faculty of Florida, said she Liberal Arts and Sciences
accused of receiving money from ketball teams by the NCAA, penalties were too severe. thought most faculty believe Dean Willard Harrison said UF
agents. Assistant coach Kenny Mc- with some saying the penaltieswere Denslow also said UFs inter- UF deserves what it got. She should be more concerned with
Craney is named in the indictment as too severe and others say- investigation into the allega- disagreed with UF President the prospect of losing summer
a courier for money transfers to former ing the punishment is well over- tions was justified because the John Lombardi's view that UF classes than having basketball
' star Vernon Maxwell. McCraney due.Several school has to comply with had "institutional control" over scholarships cut or no postseason -
denies involvement. faculty members said NCAA rules. Still, he said UF its athletic programs. football bowl games.
they wouldn't have any opinion did not deserve the punishmentit "Most faculty would feel we "It's nothing compared to
Sept. 12, 1989 -The sports until they heard the full report received.In should incur some kind of pun- what we're facing with the bud-
agents' attorneys file a motion that includes but those who had some knowl- contrast, engineering as- ishment because it has been get cuts in Tallahassee.
grand jury testimony by Max-

well, who says he received money about UFs athletic past and future. entire athletic department, at least now we
from UF coaches, including Norm NCAAfrom After much speculation about what the know how to address the future and move
Sloan. page 1 NCAA would find, UF was charged in May forward.
Sept. 28, 1989 Four South The word from the NCAA angered foot- with 10 violations. The charges were re- Kruger also offered sympathy to the foot-
Florida sports agents plead guilty in ball coach Steve Spurrier, who met pri- duced to three secondary infractions and ball team.
federal court to conspiracy to commit vately with the team. three major violations, including that: The major disappointment is the fact
mail and wire fraud In connection with "For this team to be penalized for a former football coach Galen Hall gavea that the group of young men on our football
making illegal payments to Maxwell former coach allegedly paying$360 in child player money and provided transportationto squad are deprived of a bowl opportunity."
r and five football players. support, we have a problem with that," Palatka to make a delinquent childsupport Lombardi! said he understands athletes l
Spurrier said after Thursday's practice. payment; might have problems with the sanctions.
Oct. 8, 1989 UF football coach "These players have busted their tails all Maxwell played for UF after accepting "We are very cognizant and sensitive to
Galen Hall is forced to resign for violaF summer. They deserve a chance to play. It $30,000 in loans and the kind of disappointment and the kind of
ing NCAA rules. Hall supplementedthe was like somebody drove a stake right former basketball coach Norm Sloan pain generated amongst our innocent play-
incomes of two assistants with un- through our hearts." arranged for Maxwell's plane ticket to a ers at what appears to be an abrupt trunca-
authorized payments of $22,000 and During the news conference, Lombardi! basketball camp in Boston. tion of their aspirations and hopes for this
helped a player who was behind on' would not say the NCAA was at fault, just Lombardi! said he's glad the process is season," Lombardi! said.
child support payments. that it should revise its rules. He added he over, but added he was not comfortablewith The NCAA also cited Sloan and Hall for
Oct. 16, 1989 Four UF football did not agree that this year's players should the decision. unethical conduct To receive a coaching
players are declared ineligible for the suffer for something coaches did years ago. There are no mysteries left," he said. position in a NCAA:member school, both
That conflict on the elemental sense of "But we do have a lingering discomfort Hall and Sloan must appear before the
remainder of the season for betting on justice leaves you thinking that those of us about the penalties against the football pro- NCAA Enforcement Committee.
college football games. who make up the NCAA and its rules needto gram." Sloan is coaching a basketball team in
Oct. 31,1989 Sloan- forced to do a better job," Lombardi! said. And that discomfort might lead to an Greece and Hall is a graduate assistant at
resign by school officials. But NCAA Director of Enforcement appeal. Penn State University.
4 May 22,1990 NCAA sends UF a' Chuck Smrt said penalizing universities, "We will do anything possible to let this UF may sue Sloan and Maxwell for some
letter of inquiry, asking school officialsto rather than individuals, is the way the team play this year," Spurrier said. of the $287,000 UF Is asked to pay, but a
respond to a list of 10 allegations.. NCAA operates. Basketball coach Lon Kruger who is lawsuit may cost UF more than the NCAA's
UF .' The NCAA is a member institution," recruiting in Illinois, said in a release that fine Lombardi! said.
23 1990 responds
July: toNCAA's :. Smrt said.Therefore,penalties should he is looking to the future. John James, executive director of Gator
list of 10 rules violations; denying move towards the institution"Thursday's The unknown has been a major concern Boosters,Inc.,joined UF officials Thursdayin
r that UF has lax institutional control.-: announcement marks the during the summer and fall," he said. looking ahead. .
!Sept.21..1990'--NCAA informs Ul7of :: end of more than two years of questions Though these sanctions will affect our "I'm glad it's behind us."
punishment. Thd football team is I lit;;';'
eligible for post-season bowl games.%cJ. HISTORY brother was when he Following the NCAA's an-
: this season.,The basketball team loses'' from page 1 watched Louisiana State REACTIONfrom nouncement, Florida Blue Key and
twO scholarships for the'l 991-92- 4"' University take UFs placein page 1 the UF Athletic Association re-
season and one In the 1992.93' y Bromley, whose brother the Sugar BowL minded students of its annual
f seWn:The basketball team has to:;t, <**.. Phil was a senior on the "I' heard him say, 'I "If one person is going to violate Gator Rally to be held at 5:45: p.m.
\return neart/$287,000'from. ,thelt1988 ,. football team when the sanctions should be down there right the rules, the whole team should today outside Broward Hall. UF
INCAA tournament appearance..Both *'" were handed down In now,' Chris Bromley said. suffer," he said. The coaches and President John Lombardi!, football
1984, said Thursday he re- "It was tremendously hardon team need to work collectively on coach Steve Spurrier and the Gator
fleams are placed on probation., : members how upset hit him. and off the field." Band are scheduled to attend.A. .

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Roommates Available No deposit Sept. free, one br., ba in the 336-9639. 9-21-3-5 G'vllle FL 32608. 8-26-20-6
beautiful Woods Apt. Leave message at
We're No. 1
SYSTEMSSimply
REGENCY OAKS 336-4115 or 3350829. 9-25-5-4 Need 1 fem roommate to share room, Safari Audio I I. Gainesville's newest & fin
378-5766 $150/mo + 1/3/ util. Close to campu Call est In car audio cellular & security the best in quality,
Large 1 bdr/ iba, cent heat/air w/ Custom installation & 3361128. and
3230 SW Archer Road private 375-8361. 9-26-5-5 repair. service price. Call 3351300.
locked courtyard, dishwash ,
COUNTRY GARDENS wash/dry, close to VA, Shand and Vet Wanted rmmt for 2br/iba/ m/f/ s/ns/ 150 + Custom Computer 286-12' $ 1000, 286- 2 1 month old moutain bikes $300 each
373-4500 school, leave message 375-7596 9-25- 1/2 utility In Lyons. Pets. ok with $50 no 20 $1100 386s $1200, all with 1 mega nishikl pueblo & hardrock with U-locks call

12-14-76-2' 2001 SW '16th Street 5-4- 26-5-5 refund. Call 335-5336 Iv msg after' 6. 9- wrty.ram, 40 332-8333.meg. hard 9-28-10-6 drive, monitor, 1 yr. 377-1366 II not home leave message obo.

Studio For Rent 245 a month + util and 386sx-l6mhz I meg, 40megHD, 5 1/4

SPACIOUS one week free rent! Just 4 block north 1 F ns needed for own br/ba In 2br/2.5 ba FUTONS & FRAMES floppy, monitor Pana printer, mouse-
ONE BEDROOM APT. of UF Call 3781675. 9-27-5-4 at THE GARDENS $232/mo + 1/2/ util. Call Many styles & models from only $200/iet. brand newll Still In box. $1550 obo call
ONLY $273MO.LYONS Heather at 3323354. 9-26-5-5 Cover, also. Call Matt 3772110. 10-5- Jeff 373-6012 after 6pm. 9-24-4-6
APT ASublsasefrnshd studio across from

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 UF All util pd Inc ao. pool, prkg, Indry. Female n/s/ needed for own tadr/ba In a Queen-sized waterbed for sale. Bookcase RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants
1214762AFFORDABLELuxurySecurity' 290/mo./ Call Paul 378-1715 or ((813)977-) brand new mobile home. Washer/dryer, headboard with mirror. Heater Inc. $175. for your dorm or apartment. We
7426. 9-27-5-4 pets negotiable (must like dogs) $175/mo 3361534. 9-21-4-6 deliver! Ray' Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave.
/ + 1/2 Util. Call Kathy 3758489. 9-26-5-5 3775265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 10-16-''
Custom iron sec doors/wndws. SW '142 Beautiful frultwood
dining room suite
bra, chandeliers, cell fns, micro, sensor- 5 ROOMMATESROOMMATE w/table 6 BICYCLE- centimeter CANNONDALE,
Get 1 MONTH rent FREE! 1 bdrm sublease chairs and china cabinet. Like
lite patio Inc. From $240 331-' 3.0 series race bike Shimano ,
privacy Ultegra
in 2 bdrm apt. Close to campus and new $875. Bamboo style casual dining
2099. 9-21-5-2' MATCHING SERVICE Cmelli, Campagnolo. Excel.
shopping center. $163 per mo. + 1/2 table w/leaf, 4 chairs, $175. 1 large 9 grlpshilt.
OXFORD MANOR cond. $399.
Utilities. Call 3776076. 9-21-1-5 drawer 1 six drawer yellow bedrm dressers Andy 3313442. 9-24-4-6
ALOHA GARDEN APTS. 1-2-3 brs, garden
$150 and
$100
near Shands & flexible Why live alone? Share but matching twlnbed 2 bicycles, I 10-peed $50
setting shopping expense, n/s// f-fun share seml-furn 2B/2B with me headboard and frame, $75. Excellent Raleigh Capri ,
lease, 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377.0555 NOT bathrooms) Large 3bdr/3ba townhouse and my protective dog. Call late and keep quality. Call 3381020. 9-24-5-6 Bianchi $150. Also, Harmony bass guitar
9-28-12-2 apartments. Washer/dryer in trying. $192.50 + 1/2/ util. 3761122. wi amp $150. Call Tim 373-3190. 9-25-
cluded. Come by today!
COMPUTER: IBM XT TURBO
ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 bdr/2ba w/study. 2777 SW ARCHER RD 3772777. 9- 640k. 5.25" Typewriter IBM 5.111 corrector. Excellent
and unit blinds. $575/mo. Call 3352703. 24-15-5 6 FOR SALE drives, Samsung monitor, Panasonic Kx- cond. late model $195. Also IBM Sal I
.
9-26-10-2: p10801 printer DOS 3.21. Prof write & first good condition $80. Phone 462.4984. II.FURN. -
publisher & accessories Hard
1 F for own rm/ba/ in 2br/2.5ba at Casa TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk disk opt..
call
1 bed. apt furn or unfurn, WILLIAMS- blanca. Partially furnished wa/dry, pool & drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters. $800. 3368289. 9-24-4-6 .- 2 couches, solid wood dresser

BURG VILLAGE, 3761253. 10-12-19-2' clubh. 250/mo + 1/2util. Call 335-3548. Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 00 2 kng h20 bd* 65.125, ant ctr 35, T.V.1263 set t EX. COND. must sell. Call 338-
ask for
9-21-12-5 yr*. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. glass end Ibis Want ctr; 85/set, camera Jennifer. 9-21-3-6

Sept FREE. 1BR apt Oet-Dec $250/mo. Good machine for small type shop. System '130, dresser 65, full bed 65, spkrs SO, WANTED
Includes 3 rtflla .6 in. RC film & 6 font crdls : BASEBALL CARDS Top $
Near UF/Butler Plaza. Renewable lease. phones 20, glass dng set 60, desk Paldl
334-5639 evenings. 9-25-4-2 F N/S own bdr/bath, $240/mo. + 1/2 util, disk. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at 60, tv 110, 300 albums 275, morel neg. Call Jeff Also 10 speed bike for sale $80.
@ 3348503. 1I.
call 375-0466 Iv. message. 9-28-13-5 373-9928 for more Info. 3380483. 9-21-4-6 8..1I

2 weeks free
Studio $219 1222 NW 8th Ave Wantedl) Sincere M/F n-smoking Studentto 2400 BD MODEM $98 APPLE COMPUTER sys. Includes: monitor CD'S FOR SALE $10. All Kinds But Hurry
Walk to UFo College Park Properties sublease 2bdr/1b, kit, llv, deck, yard mouse, toft-war $750. Panasonic ,Only a limited supply. Also Fosgate car
371-7777 wash/dry in big house. Sept. free! monthly WORD PERFECT $135 Printer $125. Erin 3350744. Like New. amp./subs Call Jeff 334-8503 8-26-6-6
9-26-5-2 $22S+1/2u 371-2477 before' lIam or after
6pm. 9-24-2-5 CALL ELITE 3351300. Yamaha FG-400a acous. Coors Melting Thunderbird Tokyo marul
guitar. w/ strap & RC car 1/10 teal, Plus 2 ch.nn"utaba"
2 weeks free softshell case-l80' "CD stereo
Villager West, central air.", quiet 1 Bk to UF, Female room large house, IBM compatible XT, 20 meg hd, color display comp. nvr used Sharp dx-660-i80"ey-. controler $80. Call Paul at 1 332-6641. II.PraCtle.llr -

< ,cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street util. Inc) Lock mailbox, private room, MS-mous Great for. beginner. cling hlm-$20"ellp on fan-$7"85 talk
from 16th Ave. 371-7777' cable avail. No pets. $1SO-$175/mo.' Call $650 Obo. Call Gary 335-4898 leave mes Tomos moped-$300"all neg./call 336- new, red Rot Carrera ten
9-26-5-2 376-3291. till 9pm. 9-21-6-5, sage. 9-24-5-6 8506I 9-26-5-6 .371-3998.speed' bike., 92436BUY Asking $200. Call Christina




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FOR SALE&PRODIGY. 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED ....
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REPAIR
Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Deliv. 1987 VW Cabriolet, white/whit, AM OVER PAYMENTS 250.00 mo 1990 SECURITY SYSTEMSat
FM/tape, Excellent condition, like new Daihatsu, Rocky 4X4 Removable
ery available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace sun rool affordable .
$9000 OBO. an price' Call Davy Enterprises
Inirri unlit NlSmrc Call 378 SOBS. 92159, and back no ac will (for half .
across from Alley Katz 336 3825. 9.28- pay 332 9972 336-5636. 9.24.10.n
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vailable at ELITE today. 335.1300. '1980 CHEVROLET CITATION 74000 10 WANTEDLocal .eee..ATTENTION!!'.eeeee Need
original miles automatic, new battery,
I 1985 Yamaha RZ-350 sac condo Racing Macintosh software hardware or servicesat
runs great, $900. Call 371' '1557. 9 21 4
. sikl 26* Prestige racing bike, like new kit; inc exhaust Very last! Last of 2.stroke Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class low prices? Call Dave at 373.1524 for
>50. Call evenings 373.6521. 9.21.5.8Me" street Yellow/blk $1550neg Ray 3359312lv 82 white Isuzu I mark, 5.spd. $'400. Ask Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzies Fine Info 9.21.8.11Problems "
met 926108 for Lucy after 7pm, 371'.3177. 9.26.5.9 Jewelry 3739243. 12.'14.76.10
in With? Then call Greg at
tennis raquat sale Graphite Pro 1985 Yamaha ,125Z motorscooter 4 sale 1986 Ford Escort GT SOk-ml, blk ext/tan Need CARD TABLES and FOLDING 377.8308. Professional Tutoring offeredat
55; Comp Pro $60: Magnum Pro $50: Black 2.seaier. new tires recently tuned Int. AM/FM stereo bra. Save $600 no CHAIRS. Call 374.4241 or 375.3558. 9. only $12' per hour 9.25.10 1
elude thermo cover & strings Call 378. $895 Call Candy 4660614' (only 5000 a/c.Asking $3250obo Call Jon 3753600.
610 9.24.3.6r miles on ifi') 9.21-5.8 9.26.5.9 PERSONAL TRAINER UF Grad with Exercise MATH TUTORS Warren Bernard and
Scl. degree. Will, advise and train. Bruce Teague. UF and SFCC Discounts'
r REAL ESTATE MOPEOS Puch, $300: 80 Garelli 77 Buick Skylark. PS, PB, cruise. Runs Workouts $15, programs designed $20 for groups ol 2.5 37 TUTOR 927.10.11A
$250; 81' Tombs. 2 spd $350; 2 more not very well. Engine rebuilt two years ago. 50. Call Paul al 376.1359. 9.25.5.11' .
Plus
Must sell by Friday. 795 Call Notes Are you ar 'A' Student Do
Asking
Call Bill at 3720903.
running. 9 24 5 8
tike over payments, no equity required.ndo 371.7014 and leave. Student 9.25.3- Have cah, need motorcycle: up to 550 you t take excellent notes WOUIC you like
2br/2ba. Let It pay lor college. 9 cc. Not interested In two strokes or dirt to earn \while you lenrr |It.o f then call
aks Mall area, loll-styl* study area, KZ 750 E. 1980 New rear tire. sprockets bikes. Call Stephanie 373-0016' 9.26 5. 371.6454, We are still look ng for students .
ash/dry, porch. Call 407.862.9522. 9- chain, valve job; Call Chris F. 3767394. ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 10 in these classes APB ?'50 APB
.5.7 $800. 9.21.2.8 RATES, low payments, fast drive- 2151. AMU! 2010' AMH 20 thru service se habla Espanol 3772277 4 TENN. TIX. ARC 12M AHC 2201' ARH 200 ARH
OTOCROSS RACING 377CARS. WE CARE. 104109 WANTED 2050, AST 1002, AST 20" ', J 3024,
eddlck Sept. 23rd 10am-5pm Red Honda Elite. 2800 mi. great shape Call 335.3556/374.4693. 9.26 5.10 CHM 100. CHM 2041 C1 T WO fcUH
dulls $8 441 to 316 east 10 w/helmet. 336.0728 ask for Kelvin or Iv MAZDA GLC WAGON 81, Auto A/C/ PB, 200' FIN 3408 GEO 22u' GLY '1000.
W 21st Court 591.2050 or 5912377. mssg Will bargain, start at $650 9.25.4. AM/FM/ Excel. Cond., Full Main. & Service WANTED: AUBURN TIX HUM 22'0' MAC I 1142. Mr1 1310:) MGF
21.3.8 8 Rec. $1250 3367533 92759feah Need 21 10', VMCJ100. MIMIC 4200 PET 1 3370
Call Chris or Eric. PSY 2013, PUR 3000 SYG 2000 and
335.9225 Iv msg SYG 1010 11-21.5 '13
Whatever
Tom Loughran
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Lincoln Continental 4.dr 1975 or thoreabouts SJru.'tr''; crowd control( for If ootbali
for ha:I.hour photograph. Will games" Call l 373 1641 I for
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TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTEDAM HELP WANTEDDental HELP WANTEDPaying HELP WANTED "' .
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Gator Typing is back in the SW Accurate, childcare needed for toddler, playground receptionist part-time. Must be $75 to qualified volunteers to par. Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par. t
low rates. Resumes $12-$15,1 I pg. Laser energytic NS own trans 9-11.30: friendly, hardworking, & able to work well ticipate In new drug study for treatment 01alhlet. ticipate In new drug study for the treatment '
printing Days, eves, weekends 373- 4/hr 374-6563. 9-21-3-13 w/others. Flex hrs, outstanding opportunity .'* foot. Call 3315379. 9-26-20- of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call
4564. 105-13-12 for the right person! 331-4938 12-1 3315379. 12-12-63-13 i
WOW has changed my "Illel, My energy Phone survey work, part-time flexible eve
ALPHA GRAPHIX level has never been so highly sustained FARAH'S ON THE AVE. Hiring Experienced & wkd hrs, guar $4.25/hr/ + bonuses. Callor MAKE-UP ARTISTS WANTED for 10th
$2/ds page FOCUS has greatly Improved my cooks and waitresses, with night I stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave Annual Gallery of Horror. Oct. 12.31, 'r
372.8017 Aconcentrateion and speaking ability! and daytime availability. Apply betweenthe 372-4026. 9-28-10-13 Oaks Mall. Call 378-0041 or 374-4334 for t.,
BE YOUR BEST has improved my hours 3 and Spm Mon thru Thurs. application. 10.3-15.13//,
strength and endurance dramatically during
13HELPWANTEDCIRCULATION my workoutsl I. These products will INTELLIGENCE JOBS. CIA, US EARN $35This A Plus Notes Are you an 'A' Student? I
sweep college campuses. You can be on Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. Call week for your blood plasma donation Do you take excellent notes? Would you .
ROUTE DRIVER for The the ground floor of this explosion. All ((1)805-687-6000) eXI. 1-0488. 9-21-19- with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZEDsystem like to earn while you learn? If so then ) .
Independent Florida Alligator Must own you have to do is use the products and allows you to donate In 1/2 the call 371-6954. We are still looking for '
football
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able from 5 a.m. until 9 a.m. Monday down! Call me today! Steven 3755928. for Henry 927-5-13 videos. Free Parking. Gainesville Donor APB 2150, APB 2151 AMH 2010, AMH 1",
through Friday. Must have excellent drivIng 2020, ANT 2402 ANT 3141 ANT
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record and valid Florida driver II.cen. Fraternity & Sorority Members Earn Extra PIT work avail. for friendly energetic, Intelligent 9431 M.Th 8-HrI8-5 Sat 8-2. 12-14-67- 3410ARC 1211, ARC 2201, ARH 2002, r1\
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Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West Looking For Sales Associates High Com package, organize, & general office work. Jobs In USA and overseas. All occupa- 3024 CHM 1020, CHM 2041, CLT 3370 'idt,:
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VOLLEYBALLfrom eighth player in Pacific's history to reach isiana State, Duke, Old Dominion, Liberty, Vanderbilt. Other teams scheduled to com
page 16 1,000 kills in her career and Virginia) that advanced to the 1989 pete include Alabama-Birmingham,Georgia
NCAA District III meet, and another, Penn State, Georgia Tech, North Alabama and
I"We usually play within four or five inches UF runners compete this weekendThe State,that finished 13th in the NCAA Championships Western Kentucky
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I the tournament with a 6-1 record this season. The Gators, who won their first meet, a
The Tigers are led by Krissy Fifer and warm-up against Santa Fe Community College The SEC schools scheduled to compete place finish in the eight-team field.
Cathey Scotlan,who are one and two in kills last week, will be competing against a include host Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Alligator writer Cheryl Bossen contributedto
for the team. This week Fifer became the field that includes six teams (Clemson, Lou Mississippi, Mississippi State and this report.

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I UF will warm up against Furman I IBy

Picks
column
SHARON GINN fast," said Spurrier, who is usually cautious Division I-A prevents them from col-
about making predictions. "Whatwe lecting bigger, tougher players.
Alligator Staff Writer need to do is show improvementthis And Furman has been successful

It's not often the Gators get a chanceto week. If we can do that, then against Division I-A teams over the last

practice on Florida Field. certainly we'll be in a position to con decade.The Paladins played 11 games
With the new grass and all the trim- tinue on through the season." with schools in that category and have

mings, the University Athletic Association Spurrier said the offense needs to gone 4-6-1.

doesn't want them stomping all look better on thirddown conversionsand But they've been unlucky in Florida.

over the landscaping.That short yardage than it did last weekin Furman lost to Florida State 41-10 in
stuff is reserved for game days. UFs 17-13 win over Alabama. 1987. And in UFs last meeting with the

Oh, right this is a This season the Gators Paladins, in 1981, the Gators won 35-7.

game..sort of. When UF have converted only 23.8 UF has played Furman seven times,
We here at The Alligator-brand Picks Column haveit takes on Division I-AA percent,or five of 21 third with the Gators leading the series 5-2.

on good authority that Furman's chances of beating Furman Saturday at 4 downs. UF has won the last five straight."We'll .
UF this weekend are good. p.m.,a score will be kept, But Spurrier is deter "
be ready to play, Spurriersaid.
We know that the carbon but it won't be much of a .t' ;J.E mined to make sure the
you're probably thinking "If we lose the game to Furman,
monoxide fumes from last weekend's trip to Alabamahaven't competition.At ( game is not just a practice it will be because they're tougher than
worn off. But before you pass judgment, listento least that's what .' session. No matter how we are and have better coaches than
.
what Furman's media guide says about the school. Coach Steve Spurrierand -i comfortable he feels with da"
; ,. we
the rest of the tfIJ.H' the "physical superiority"of
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"There is so much more to Furman than a beautiful breathing world thinks.So ....... 'I the Gators, he doesn't Not even Furman coach Jimmy
campus. The school has a proud heritage, strong Spurrier will be using want his team just going Satterfield thinks the Paladins are
academics, exceptional .facilities, excellence in athletics the time on Florida Field Satterfieldto through the'motions going to be tougher than the Gators.

and.... make sure the 15th-ranked Gators against Furman. Satterfield's main goal is to keep the

"WILLIAMSBURG COLONIAL ARCHITECTURE." ((2-0)) are ready for the other teams on game close.
its schedule. The Paladins ((3-0)), ranked first in "Playing a team like this, if you can

Division I-AA, are a powerhouse in stay in the game well, you feel like it
KICKOFF- Saturday, 4 p.m. (EDT "They're not going to be as big as their own right, though their limit of helps you playing other teams later,"

SITE Florida Field (capacity 72,000)) we are and they're not going to be as 70 scholarships as compared to 95 for Satterfield said.

RADIO WRUF ((850 AM, 103.7 FM)
Rhett multiple injuriesBy I
COACHES UF: Steve Spurrier ((2-0 season, 22- overcomes

13-1 overall); Furman: Jimmy Satterfield ((3-0 season, ... ,
42-11-2 overall) GREGG DOYEL But will he? ficulty hanging onto the ball. Rhett was

Alligator Staff Writer "I wouldn't say it's a matter of who's going to be given the opportunity to
The Picks getting in the game first," Rhett said. unseat McClendon with the second-
Lying motionless in the south end "It's not a fight." team offense.
r When we read that, we figured there was no way zone of Florida Field, UF tailback Like it or not, Rhett has a battle on Then came the injury. Next, the
they could lose. Are they kidding? Errict Rhett contemplated life without his hands. A combination of pain.

Where'd they get that kind of money to furnish the football. McClendon's recurring tendency to "I've never had so much pain in my
campus with WILLIAMSBURG COLONIAL ARCHITECTURE Rhett, a 6-foot, 211-pounder from fumble and Rhett's tough running Sat life," Rhett said. "I've had knee surgery
? Pembroke Pines,Fla.,had just suffered'a urday in UFs 17-13 win over Alabamahas before, but that was nothing next to
blow to the neck during an Aug. 25 pushed Rhett into contention for my elbow. I'd rather be shot with a
This subject is way over our heads, so we had to call
in intrasquad scrimmage. All feeling in the starting spot. shotgun then have that happen again."

an expert. the left side of his body was gone."I Rhett, who leads the_Gators in rushing Ironically,.I Rhett t might have avoided,
Charles Morgan, an associate professor at UF spe- tried to jump over (UF linebacker with 99 yards on 17 his injury-plagued two

cializing in architectural design, says WILLIAMS- Carlton) Miles, and his shoulder pad carries, has done his bestto f seasons at UF had he
BURG COLONIAL ARCHITECTURE is known for its hit my neck," Rhett said. "Everythingwent avoid fumbles. gone to his original schoolof

warmth. numb. I don't know how I hung "Every night in my choice Florida State.

"It's an older, more traditional architecture, that onto the ball, because I couldn't even prayers the first thing I Rhett, considered one of

creates a warm, friendly atmosphere," Morgan said. feel my arm." say is, 'Lord, please don't l the country's top 15 backs
"
Battling junior Willie McClendon for let me fumble Rhett 1 after rushing for more
Sounds like a tactical ploy. the starting tailback job couldn't have said. "'Just let me hold ,,".. than 1,300 yards and 17

"But don't get me wrong, Florida's architecture is been further from Rhett's mind."I onto the ball tight. ., touchdowns as a senior,

also warm, and very attractive," Morgan added. kept thinking I was paralyzed, that The sprained neck had his heart set on FSU.
wasn't his first injury J' So determined was
With that in mind, Morgan said the two architectur my football career was over:? Rhett since
arriving on campusa Rhett to play for the Sem-
teams balance each other out. said. "I was thinking what it would be
ally-oriented prep All-American from inoles that he chose not to
like if the doctor told me I'd never be Rhett
"I think UF is gonna win, but Furman's good," able to play again. Academic-wise, McArthur High.,A dislo-! waste a recruiting trip on
Morgan said. "It will be close." what would I study? cated elbow ended Rhett's freshman FSU, opting instead to visit such
season after four in 1989 when schools Dame.
games as Michigan and Notre
Sports Editor/Interior Decorator Ron "Would a "I didn't care if I had to run the
he gained 17 yards on four carries.
bean-bag chair be considered colonial?" Kaspriske stadium every day,just let me practice That eagerness disappeared when
leads the of with again." Rhett's Rhett discovered he was FSU's fifthchoice.
panel prestigious prognosticators a season-ending injury occurred
13-7 record. Rhett regained feeling in the left side the week of the Louisiana State .

of his body two hours later, and was contest, the same week then-coach That left UF. Rhett wasn't thrilled.
Football writer Sharon "Did women really have to
within the next week.: Now Galen Hall decided Until practice began.
practicing to give Rhett time
scrub floors during the 1800's? Ginn is just one game
back with a 12-6 record.A with the near-tragedy weeks behind with the second-string offense. McC"I knew I was here to stay the first
him, Rhett can focus his attention on lendon, back up for all-time leading time I got the ball in rookie camp,"
three-way-tie for dead last between sports writer winning the starting tailback position.By rusher Emmitt Smith, was having dif- Rhett said.
Alex "Wrestling's origins stem from the colonial pe-

... riod"Marvez; assistant sports editor Gregg "You mean Three's for
George Washington graduated from Furman?" Doyel; enough volleyball team

and token newsroom picker Dan "We're going with an I

Art 9-11 Deco record.look at the Alligator" Evans are tied with a UF to face three top-10 teams this weekend in tournamentday.


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3DEUF UF vi: Fwflwi 4.7;CM RKUF.:UF 27 47-0-20,SO:UF 3S-I7.; AMUF: Sl-7GDUF: 42- Marilyn McReavy and her UF volley The Gators ((5-3)) will meet third- they are bigger and stronger and they

... ball team as they travel to Champaign, ranked Pacific tonight, No.7 Illinois on play higher over the net,"Peppier said.
111., this weekend for the mini Invitational Saturday and close out the tournament
Tournament against top-ranked Nebraska on Sun- see Volleyball, page 15e'f


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