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Spurrier: 'There's no

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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 20 *" MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1990



I looks for alternative to NCAA penalty I


By SHARON GINN Lombardi said Sunday he is look Both Lombardi and UF football compete in a bowl game. Asking for the stronger penalty
Alligator Staff Writer ing for "reasonable alternative"to coach Steve Spurrier said they One alternative is to request a would show the NCAA that UF is
the NCAA Committee on agree the penalty was too stiff be- harsher penalty for the football program willing to be punished for its
UF President John Lombardi! Infractions' decision handed down cause it punishes the innocent foot- such as a reduction of schol- wrongdoings, Lombardi said.
said he will announce Tuesday Thursday. The decision capped a ball players who are trying to win arships during the next two years "It isn't reasonable that the com-
whether the school will appeal an two-year investigation that unearthed their first Southeastern Confer- Lombardi said. If UF takes that mittee will give us a lighter pun-
NCAA ruling barring UF's football violations committed by ence championship. According to route the football team could win
team from playing in a bowl game the football and men's basketball a 2-year-old SEC rule, the team is the SEC title and play in a bowl see NCAA, page 9
this year. programs. ineligible to win the title if it doesn't game.

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By JACK RESTMAN
Alligator Writer

Students wanting a Gator Growl
ticket may be out of luck if they
don't pick up their coupons this
week, Growl ticket director Eliza-
beth McArthur said.
Coupon pick-up for those who
have already paid began last week
and runs through Friday at Gate 13 AQi
'of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.If .
students don't them this
get AxAx i l+ f ti.
week,their coupons will be resold
McArthur said.
"They won't get their money
back," McArthur said, "because
we're giving them two weeks."
Students who haven't yet paid fora
coupon can no longer get one and I- k r a i
must buy a guest ticket if they wantto
gnttA
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attend Growl, the UF homecoming ",
event billed as the nation's larg- r s
est student-run pep rally. ;jw ft
To pick up coupons which later
can be redeemed for Growl tickets rsNxC lsa ea t
students must show a fee card and
picture identification, she said.
Those students who miss
Friday's coupon deadline or wantan
extra ticket can buy the un-
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claimed and unsold coupons for$8 Crowd pleaser

at dents Gate 13 limited starting to Monday.one guest Stu- The opening of the Samuel P. Harn Museum Saturday brought hundreds of visitors. The museum features eight exhibits,
are
ticket. including this piece, 'The Red Dragon," by Alexander Calder, In the new $8.5 million facility. For more photos of the 'I

Florida Blue Key UF's prestisee museum, see page 10.

J Growl page 2


I UF relaxes measles policy for fear of losing students I


bleak in August by Sept. 12, more the second shot to register for the
Rather than risk closing UF, ad- dents, UF Infirmary Director Boyd
By JAY ST. LAWRENCE ministrators decided the week be- Kellett said.Barring than eight out of 10 had the second fall semester.
Alligator Writer fore school to relax the rule that those students would vaccination. Previously,all UF students were
Thousands of returning UF stu- would bar 'students from class if have"impaired( ) the process of the Returning students and transfers required to get the shot. In a letter
dents who scrambled to meet a they didn't get a second measles school's ability to function,"Kellett from Florida's other eight pub- Kellett sent to UF students who
new UF measles vaccination re- vaccination. said. universities who didn't get the had only one vaccination,he wrote
quirement this fall may as well Only about 20,000 UF students The requirement was In Jeop- shots by the deadline have until that failure to have a second mea-
have waited a few weeks be- ,- 60 percent of UF's student pop- ardy of shutting down the university next semester to get them, Kellett sles shot"could result in withholding -
cause administrators changed the ulation got the second shot by ," UF Interim Registrar Steve said.Fritz the fall class schedule" of the
requirement before classes mid-August, meaning UF would Fritz said. said that only "brand-new see Measles. page 8 "
started. have had to turn away 13,000 stu- While the numbers appeared students" were required to have
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typist to assist with project at a research center. to four hours a week. Sun-Wed 0 Choice of
Volunteer may choose days and hours during the week Early childhood education majors to supervise and I 1100am-; 1 130am: Whole Wheat I
between 8 a.m.-4 p.m. entertain preschoolers at a day-care center for lowin I Thurs.-Sat. or original I
Bereavement phone counselor to make telephone come children. Time and day to be arranged with center 1100am300amFree: PIZZA crusts
contact with families. Volunteers should be comfortablewith director. I I
the grieving process and will participate in a 20-hour Phone operators to answer phones during fund rais- Delivery 10)1) W. University Ave. Call 37-GUMBY

training session. Schedule is flexible. ing drive for radio station needed Oct. 314. Weekday GUMBY'S CHOICE TIGER TAMER BULLDOG BUSTER
Guardian advocate to assume the responsibility of hours 4:30: to 8:30: p.m. and weekend hours 6 to 11 p.m. 12" pizza 16" pizza 20" pizza
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providing consent for medical, dental and surgical pro- Get your group ready to help with bulk mailing and I
cedures for disabled people who do not have the capacityto passing out fliers for a theatrical performance coming up $3199 $5140 $8.99

give consent. this fall. L 75t per item 99t per item :9 per item J
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Anthropology and archaeology majors to assist Public relations volunteers to work on layout of .
professionals with museum collections, in lab or occasionally posters, fliers,mailings and some reproduction work. PR
in the field. Volunteers may work in the pot experience helpful but not essential.
tery lab, archaeology area or with computer work within For more information, write or call The Volunteer Center
the collections. Orientation and training available.Three P.O. Box 14561, Gainesville, Fla. 32604,378-2552.



I WHAT'S HAPPENINGChristian


fellowship: Chi Alpha Reitz Union third floor. Anyone interested American Studies Film Series Starvoing
meets tonight at 7 in Matherly Hall in joining, please attend. presents "Gabriela" Tuesday at 5:15:
Room 9. Call Elaine at 3760341. Call 336-1310. p.m. in Turlington Room 2353. Free
National service sorority: Women's group: There will be a and open to the public. Call 392- forperfection
Gamma Sigma Sigma will have an women's discussion group tonight at 0375.
information session tonight from 7:30: in the Murphree Area Com- Fire rescue: The Gainesville Fire
6:30: to 7:30: in Turlington Room 2334 mons on date rape prevention. Call Rescue Association meets
for fall rush. Semi-formal attire. All Karla at 334-8867. Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7:30: p.m. at
female students interested in per- Journal:The Undergraduate Jour- Fire Station #2, 2210 SW Archer ,
sonal growth and community ser- nal of the University of Florida is Road. Call Jeff at 335-5528.
vice are invited. Call 392-4094 or accepting submissions in areas of Open house: Maas BrothersJordan -
334-8065. fiction,poetry,photography, art and Marsh and Burdines will have an
Yearbook staff: The Tower year- non-fiction now through Oct. 17 in open house Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the
book staff meets tonight at 7 in the Little Hall Room 352. Call 334-8910. Arredondo Room of the Reitz Union.
student center conference room. Gabriela: The Center for Latin Dress is casual. Call 392-7166.

applications for bloc seating.But sell $8 tickets for handicapped stu-

GROWLfrom since 5,000 student coupons dents Wednesday and Thursday,
page 1 were never sold, Blue Key decidedto faculty and staff tickets for $8.50on
sell guest coupons on Oct. 1, Oct. 34, and general public
gious leadership honorary that McArthur said. tickets for $8 on Oct. 11. .t

runs Growl,was originally going to "Now students and their guestscan Groups of 12 or more can pick
sell only guest tickets not cou- redeem their coupons at the up bloc seating applications Oct. 1
pons on Oct. 8, the same day same time and sit together," she at the Blue Key office, Reitz Union
students are to exchange their cou- Room 312.If .
pons for tickets and turn in their said.The
University Box Office will

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I Local woman named .president.. of Florida NOWI IBy I


DEBBIE CENZIPER Tallahassee this weekend. said. "We will have a lot of action leaped from 5,000 to 13,000 in the want to be joined by statewide activists
Alligator Staff Writer While Burnell could not be and a lot of state and national sup- last two years, she said, and at a rally against the theatre
reached Sunday, supporters said port for local issues." Burnell plans to begin an outreach planned for Oct. 25, she said.
Gainesville's feminist move- she plans to run the organizationfrom Merchant said opposing an incumbent program toward new members, in- NOW members first began protesting
ment could gain statewide recog- her home base in Gainesville. president is unusual because cluding young feminists. Litchfield after a theatre
nition and support after a local Campus NOW organizer Erica the organization doesn't "She really thinks that we can employee and co-workers were
activist was elected Saturday to Merchant said because UF is so want to promote devisivenesswhile do better things with these peo- fired when they announced they
lead Florida's National Organization active in the cause of women's working for the same cause. ple," Merchant said of Burnell. were sexually harrassed by the
for Women. rights, the movement will benefit But Burnell felt the former admin- Merchant said the organi theatre's former manager. Al-
Gainesville Women's Health from having local access to the istration was ineffective and de- zation's continuing protest against though the former manager was
Center director Donna Burnell group's state leadership."This cided to run anyway, Merchant Litchfield's Butler Plaza Cinema arrested and charged with the
beat out the Incumbent NOW pres- will be a terrific thing for said.NOW's also will gain steam with Burnell's rape, none of the employees were
ident at the group's conference in Gainesville and UF," Merchant Florida membership has election. Local NOW members given their jobs back.



SUS officers assist UF; I



local force gets; time off

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said.
By MATTHEW SAUER
Alligator Writer "The extra officers were used to give our
b UF again called in 12 State University officers some time off," she said. "Our offi-
4d'i r 4Y I System officers Saturday night to help alle- cers are still working 12-hour shifts and
viate an overworked police force who ejected some were going to end up working both the
26 people from the UF vs. Furman football game and their own shift."
game earlier in the day.
Eight of the 26 fans ejected were UF "We're still trying to work in some breaks
students, UF police spokeswoman Angie for our people, but it's still pretty much no
Tipton said Sunday. time off," Tipton said. "We still\ haven't de-
UF student William Sawyers, 21,and Ron termined when" we'll be going back to our
ald Cook, 26, of Sarasota, were arrested at regular shifts.
the game on charges of trespassing after a
warning. The extra officers volunteered for the ad-
Both ejections and arrests were down ditional duty, Tipton said.
from the first home game where police re-
moved 38 people and made five arrests. SUS officers have jurisdiction on all nine
"Overall, things were pretty quiet"Tipton state university campuses.


ALLIGATOR PHOTO
florida's new DUI-Roadslde Suspension law gives police the power to suspendthe
driver's license of anyone who refuses a blood, breath or urine test.


DUI means instant


.Q

license suspensionBy


MATTHEW SAUER The officer suspending the license is-
Alligator Writer sues the drunk driver a seven-day temporary

Drunken drivers will have their licenses license to give the person time to
revoked on the side of the road make other transportation arrange-
starting next week as a result of Florida'snew ments.
Roadside Suspension law.
"Instead of waiting six to eight months, Representatives of the American Civil Pax
well be able to take immediate adminis- Liberties Union have raised concerns
trative action against someone who has about the constitutionality of the law.
chosen to drink and drive in Florida,"said
Ed Birk, a spokesman for the Florida Paul Taylor, deputy director of the
Department of Highway Safety and Florida Highway Patrol, said the law has
Motor Vehicles. been upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court
The DUI-Roadside Suspension law, and state courts because it grants a pro-
passed by the 1989 Florida Legislature, vision for a speedy appeal process.
gives police the power to suspend a
driver's license who has a 0.10 blood-al
cohol level or who refuses a blood,breathor The appeal process must be requested
urine test. within 10 days of the suspension and
motor vehicle officials have 30 days to
"We haven't made any specific predictions schedule a hearing, Birk said. The ap- >
about the effectiveness of the law, decision f
peals process reviews the officer's 4t
r
Birk said, but studies in five states with to take the license.
similar laws have shown a reduction of
fatalities as high as 9 percent when alco- M.,tea gal
hol-related accidents are most likely to Drivers affected by the law can apply
occur. for reinstatement after six months or a
At least 27 states have enacted similar year suspension depending on the num-
laws, Birk said. ber of prior convictions, Birk said. But
Last in Florida, 1,492 people died the process is costly. "
year '
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in alcohol-related accidents, Birk said.'
More than 67,000 people were arrestedfor "You pay an initial fine of$150, but the Me and my shadow 1.5. SULUVAN
driving while intoxicated, which resulted average cost for reinstating a license in
in 47,257 convictions. a first DUI offense is $7,000," he said. Gator Guard members practice one of their routines.



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I hostage flight bound for U.S.RALEIGH .


N.C. (UPI) What may be the last timates showed 1,145 U.S. citizens remain in Kuwait
group of American hostages brought out of occupied and 320 in Iraq.A .
Kuwait in a mass evacuation flew to the United States State Department official said that some 1,700
f Sunday after an overnight stopover in London. American citizens, mostly women and children, and r 71r
North Carolina officials and volunteers planned a foreign relatives have been airlifted out of Baghdadon
hearty red, white and blue welcome at Raleigh-Dur- U.S.-chartered flights since then. Most U.S. men
ham Airport, with the same patriotic fervor that have been detained.
f marked two earlier freedom flights to Raleigh from Officials believe there are still more than 1,000
the Persian Gulf. Americans,mostly men,either in hiding or being held
3 The State Department has said no additional prisoner in both countries. BEEF TV CHEDDAR'S: BETTER
evacuation flights are planned, because it is believed Most of the 184 on Saturday's flight to London had
1 all the Americans who are free to leave occupied been in hiding in Kuwait before applying to be on the I
Kuwait mostly women and children and who evacuation flight. Ten were British, including four
f wish to do so have been accommodated.A Arab-born males. '
$
U.S. Embassy official in London said, however, Iraq is allowing Arab-born Western citizens to leave I!
that more flights could be scheduled if needed. Kuwait.
f Officials in North Carolina were advised that 114 Renee Huffman, a spokeswoman for the North
f hostages-97 adults and 17 children-were aboard Carolina Department of Crime Control and Public This week only Arby's serves up it's famous Beef 'n
f the World Airways DC-10 scheduled to arrive Sunday Safety, said the same financial, travel and medical Cheddar for only $1.29. It's made with our lean,
f evening from London. assistance that was offered on the two previous slow-roasted roast beef, stacked one tender layer
1 But U.S. Embassy officials in London said 112 evacuation flights to Raleigh were again available
another. Then we add our own special
l people,Americans and Canadians, were on the plane. Sunday at a special repatriation center set up at the upon
dressing, hot real Cheddar cheese sauce and serve it
There was no immediate explanation for the differencein airport.
toasted onion roll. It's just one more
the figures. Red Cross volunteers were to be assigned to each on a freshly
The Americans and Canadians had been among a family to shepherd them through customs and the reason why we invite you to....

group of about 184 people of mixed nationalities that other official processing stations in a hangar that was
1 r arrived at London's Gatwick Airport on an Iraqi flight pressed into service for the evacuees.
f from Baghdad Saturday night.A The expulsions were part of a coordinated European
spokesman for the Kuwait task force at the State response to the storming by Iraqi troops of Western
f Department in Washington said its unconfirmed esII diplomatic compounds in Kuwait earlier this month.


f Senator opposes Souter nomination I J


WASHINGTON (UPI) Assistant Senate Roe vs. Wade decision, which recognized a constitu-
Democratic leader Alan Cranston of California, citing tional right for women to seek abortions.
t concerns about the nominee's abortion views, said Souter,in Senate Judiciary Committee hearings that .ce/
Sunday he will vote against the confirmation of Judge ended last week, said only that he would come to the TASTE lIE UJrStpl/ftJ

I David Souter to the Supreme Court. court with no preconceived agenda on abortion.He Sale good Mon..Sept 24th thru Fri.Sept 28th.
I In remarks prepared for delivery in the Senate was questioned without the controversy that No add ons or substitutions please. Not valid with other offers.
f Monday, Cranston became the first senator to an- marked the failed nomination of Judge Robert Borkin c Y.> Just South of the Underpass on S.W.13th Street.
# nounce he will oppose President Bush's choice to fill 1987, during the Reagan administration. Some
the vacancy created by the retirement of William women's and birth control groups did, however, an-
t Brennan, one of the court's liberal members."I nounce their opposition to Souter, citing grounds I lllllllllllllllllll ................... .........

cannot support a nominee who refuses to acknowledge similar to Cranston's. ; EYEGLASSESLenses
1 that a woman's right to choose to terminate a Cranston said he would "vote no because Judge
pregnancy is a fundamental right or that the right of Souter will not reveal his views on a fundamental
individuals, married or unmarried, to use contraceptives constitutional issue, the right of privacy. I will vote no EYEGLASS. & FramesMottpain $4 9 '1
to prevent pregnancy is a matter of settled law," because I do not believe that I can exercise respon- EXPRESS from 1
r Cranston said. sibly my constitutional duty to advise and consent to in One Hour 11
I "I cannot support a nominee who regards these a nomination when the nominee has determined to Tor Irss" EYEGLASS 0IIr-30.1910 ;

1 issues as open questions," said Cranston, who is the carve out one special and controversial area of the law E EXPRESSfe.='-" --:="
f author of an abortion rights bill pending in the Senate. in which he refuses to reveal his opinions, for r tit.1MI1'IUf' tll2 27 rw-Iwll
t Souter,51,a federal appeals court judge and former whatever reason.- ......l 1W'' ....J. J.......1

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French police recover stolen paintingsPARIS (MOM mbictaM apply) 1

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[/ that was cut from its frame at the Louvre during tourists milled around the room where it was being .
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responsible for the disappearance of a 1470 portraitof Moulins de la Glaciere an 1816 painting by French of Eyeglasses :
Dodge Francesco Foscari by Venetian painter landscape artist Paul Huet. They said EtohMvondostole 1
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"Five hundred million women in Third
Alligator Writer The growth of the Rising temperatures
will also increase the World countries don't have the education or
Environmental problems such as global wo-r d'popl.aion, continue
"Governments For
,
demand for water, technology to stop getting pregnant
warming and the destruction of rain forests now at 5.3 billion,
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countries
scarce, he Western put up
control birth rates, at 8-billion people
take measures to
detng the rainforest and said. lion cost, Fornos said a birth-control program
said Thursday. within the next
a population expert
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people
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motivation there.
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geography classes."It's the people doing it." use of fossil fuels and studies
In addition to the graduate student in Latin American
Debt-ridden governments are ignoring the depletion of the ozone Population Institute
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president but international
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more children means a issues can be a very sore
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r We have a message for the NCAA: Lighten up.

We expected UF to be punished for the violations

coaches and players committed. We didn't expect to see

basketball get a slap on the wrist, while watching the football
team get robbed of its first chance at a Southeastern

Conference championship in six years.

Those of you who have been following this saga for the

f past two years knew that the basketball program had
i worse skeletons in its closet than football.

0 After all, the team's star player, Vernon Maxwell,
I signed with an agent and received money from that agent
i while he was playing for UF.

j What did football do? The NCAA says that former foot-

ball coach Galen Hall helped a player make a delinquent

a child-support payment to keep from going to jail. He also

{ supplemented the salaries of his assistant coaches with
4 his own money. Be careful : don't become a statistic

Real serious stuff. "Let's be careful out there."

1 We don't want to make light of the violations UF com- A couple of years ago, I was a fanatic follower of -Dunne Marsteller
mitted. Coaches and players broke the rules, and despite "Hill Street Blues." I often made It a point to watch c
the show Thursday nights because it, ONSIDER THIS
what on quite frankly,
they they should have known better.
say,
was good. On every show, just after his morning
Fine. So forbid them from returning to a coaching job briefing,. Sgt..Phil Esterhaus would utter that line Christina P. Powell and Sonja Larson were foundin
at any school governed by the NCAA. without fail their Williamsburg apartment. They were stabbedto
Nice, I thought. And appropriate. After all, he was
i death and their bodies mutilated. Deaths No. 6 and
As for the players who broke the rules, keep them from saying this to police officers, who routinely put their No.

i getting a coaching job at any school under the NCAA's lives at risk to protect you and me. I never thought I .7.Two days later, the bodies of two more UF

control. needed that advice. students-Tracy Paules and Manuel Taboada-were
t But don't keep the fans who have waited so long for a Well, things have changed. discovered in the Gatorwood apartment they shared.
1990 apparently hasn't been a good year to be aUF Like Powell and Larson stabbed death.
they were to
good team from watching this year's players climb their
student. So far, nearly a dozen UF students have Deaths No. 8 and No. 9.
way to the Sugar Bowl and the SEC title. died. Some were accidental. Others were at the handsof .
On Sept. 17, UF fine arts senior Patrice Piper
F The fans, as well as this year's team, don't deserve to a murderer.This is one body count Sgt Esterhauswouldn't died after a truck turned in front of her and struck
t be punished because a few people couldn't follow the have wanted to see: the driver's side of her car near Ocala. She died at
On Jan. 17, recent UF graduate Ronald Worth
rules. the scene, and charges are pending against the truck
Willis was shot behind a fraternity house during an
driver. Death
Even though we believe this, we also believe UF should apparent robbery attempt. He died seven hours later. No. 10.
accept the punishment the NCAA handed down. Ad- Two teenagers, one 16 years old, have been charged deaths Granted within,in any nine-month city with 34,000 residents, lOyiolent.
a period seem insignificant.But
with killing him. Death No. 1.
ministrators and athletic officials have discussed the
pos- when
H On June 28, UF sophomore Anthony Taglienti it happens at a university, especially to
sibility of appealing the sanctions, but as UF President Jr. slammed a 1985 IROC Camaro head-on into an oak people who have their entire lives to live ahead of
i John Lombardi! said, it would only buy the school time to tree on University Avenue. He died instantly. Police. them, it's frightening.Some .
go to a bowl.If said he was going at least 80 mph. Death No. 2. of those deaths were preventable. Taglientiand
On July 10, UF sophomore Gabe Delneky and Bollinger undoubtedly had been warned not to
UF did appeal the NCAA most likely would not
,
Incoming UF freshman Barbara Rarden died when the drive at excessive speeds. They chose to ignore this
lighten the punishment.So car they were riding in slammed into the back of a advice.
our proposed solution is to ask for a tougher punish- broken-down Walt Disney World bus south of Orlando. Willis was a victim of unfortunate circumstances.He .
ment a reduction in football scholarships. The driver, Joe Bollinger, also died. Police said he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. So were
had a suspended license and was driving at least 85 Delneky, Rarden and Piper. Tadrowski took just one
According to the NCAA, this is a more severe sanction mph. Deaths No. 3 and No.4. fatal step.

that the ones we received. Granted, it hurts future teams That same day, UF building construction major But as for the four UF students killed by a brutal
t by keeping UF from signing one or two players each year, Richard Tadrowski fell more than 25 feet to his death murderer, there is no explanation. There may never
but it doesn't affect the seniors on this team who have while working at a summer job at a car dealership be one.
waited four to play for the title. under construction in White City. Police said he Let's remember Ronald, Anthony, Gabe, Barbara,
years
stepped on some loose sheet metal and hit the concrete Richard, Christina, Sonja, Tracy, Manuel and Patrice,
It's kind of like a credit card bill. UF could ask to pay floor head-first. He died of massive head injuries. and strive to avoid their fate.

its punishment off in installments. Each payment may Death No.5. "And remember, let's' be careful out there."
hurt a little, but it's better than being saddled with a one- On Aug. 26, the bodies of two UF freshmen Duane Marsteller is The Alligator's stringer editor.

time bill that hurts thousands of fans. I KPIN-MICHIRV TO THE EDITOR I
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UF fan ashamedof away games and bring home a cup, For the UAA to say that they
alligatorEditor especially when Alabama Head changed to paper cups because of
1 new paper cups Coach Gene Stallings'picture is on cost reasons is ridiculous when
Judy A. Plunkett it (sure to be a collector's item by considering the price they charge.
Editor: As an avid Gators fan who season's end.)
Managing Editor Opinions Editor follows them to most away football How does the
the The know,
UAA expect us to next thing you
f f M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier games, I am embarrassed that our furnish our kitchen cabinets UAA will be ripping up that "it-
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typed. doubie-spaced and signed They should Include a typed name address and telephone cups for fans purchasingsoft I may be forced to drink out of replacing it with natural grass.
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pick up tickets to see Carlos Oliva y los Blending the basic beats of salsa, meren- to Gainesville. He
before
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with
People Awareness Week, Oct. 1 to 5, will gue and other Hispanic music said he will sing Latin pop-rock songs.
Nephews), the Latin band that performed jazz and rock influences, the band -
end on a Hispanic note with a free concert in March for Hispanic Heritage formed in 1967 was one of the first to Students can get up to 10 tickets each at
Miami band Oct. 5 in the Reitz Union
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MEASLESfrom the shot at all. He said he's "usedto "We didn't back down" Kellett "If you're a student that's beenin Regents' mandate, most UF students

page 1 getting ripped off by the univer- said. "We made a decision basedon continuous enrollment, you are would be unprotected
sity." what is best for students." not a newly admitted student, so against rubeola measles, leaving
student the current policy doesn't apply to UF vulnerable to "an outbreak
Melissa Gliedman, who is grad- Pritz agreed the decision was
Students were not notified of the uating in December, said she you," said Patricia Haynie vice large enough to shut down the
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change because the decision was wasn't planning on getting the shotat necessary. chancellor of health affairs for the university, Kellett said.

f made only "six or seven days be- all, but the letter she received Regents.A .
"We really didn't have a lot of Kellett said returning UF stu-
t fore registration, Kellett said. from UF convinced her that her choice," he said. separate mandate,made by UF dents still not in compliance with
t Some students said they are records would be flagged if she administrators under former UF
UF students the vaccination program will be
weren't the
angry about the unannounced didn't. She paid $28 for the shot at only Interim President Robert Bryan, mailed
x change in school policy. the Infirmary."I'm Florida college students who had exceeded the Regents' ruling.Bryan's warnings.
to get the shot. A ruling by the
David mandate required all UF
Whitaker
a returning UF Board of Regents, the 13-member
senior his students to receive a second rube- Students who need the
,got second measles shot better off having had the panel that oversees the nine state second
1, this summer because he believed shot, but I wouldn't have done it if universities, requires all new students ola vaccination by August 20 or be shot can get it at the Infirmary for
M he wouldn't be able to register for I didn't have to," she said. to show proof of two measles shut out of fall registration, UF $28. The Infirmary will establish a
Y fall without it. Kellett said the last-minute vaccinations. But the mandate Admissions Director Bill Kolb saidin special clinic in the basement of

I Whitaker is in his last semesterat change in the requirement was in does not apply to returning stu- May. the Florida Gym before advanced
UF and wouldn't have needed the best interests of the students. dents. l If! UF had not exceeded the registration, Kellett said.

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NCAAfrom administrators, faculty and mem- account Spurrier's feelings about a shot at their goals this year" scream and holler, you don't have
page 1 bers of the UF Athletic Associationto the situation. Spurrier said he will Spurrier said he will go to any a chance," he said. I
discuss the school's options.It do anything to let the Gators playin extreme to let this year's seniors Lombardi! said although he may
ishment, lombardi! said. "We'drather is a difficult decision a bowl. play for an SEC decide to let the pun
take a different (punish to make because "I'm not complaining championship. Only ishments stand, he understands
ment), but we're" not going to get missing a bowl opportunity about what's hap- half-jokingly, he said Spurrier'sposition.
I out of a penalty. could hurt this pened to us except the Gators would .
1.e NCAA also put the football year's players, but a that it's unfair to the play with 10 men on "I have nothing but
and basketball programs on probation reduction in scholar- players,"Spurrier said defense or ride the respect and enthusiasm -
for two years, a stretch where ships could hurt the Saturday after the Ga bus to away games to for him as a
another violation could mean even future of UF football, tors 27-3 win against get the NCAA to a coach," he said. "He's
stiffer punishments. The basket Lombardi! said. Furman. "Florida football change its decision.But defending (the
ball program also will lose two "We have to bal has not been the Important ; players') interest this
scholarships for the 1991-92 season ance the hurt of this cheating for the last thing is to fight the 10 year as tenaciouslyand
and one for the 1992-93 season. year's team with the (few) years. It's been NCAA for what he eloquently as he
There is still the that long-term effects on -Lombard! a clean-run programthe calls an unfair ruling, Spurrier can. That's his job.
possibility
school," he said. and it's hard for me to Spurrier said. Next year, he's going to defend"If I
UF will let the NCAA ruling stand,
Lombardi! said. He met Friday with Lombardi! said he will take into figure out why our players can't get you don't try, if you don't next year's players."
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. Students witness changes of glasnost up close I II



Beatlemania is still the craze in the Soviet Union, TRAVELThe
ay7 4? even after 30 years. students visited Leningrad, Kiev and Moscow
But unlike past years, Soviet radio stations now can during their first two weeks in the Soviet Union. The
I NM play the latest hits by Sinead O'Connor, Depeche Mode USSR is divided into republics,each with its own capital.
I and Madonna, as part of their new-found freedom under Leningrad and Moscow are in Russia and Kiev is in the
glasnost, or openness. Ukraine.
This summer 31 students, most of them from UF, Lyon, Osborn and Lee all said Soviets they met were
spent six weeks in the USSR witnessing the changes friendly and curious to hear about the United States.
I glasnost and perestroika (restructuring) have broughtin "The people were the warmest and the coldest on
the past year. Earth," Lyon said. There's a face they put on when
This was the fourth year UF students took part in the they deal with people in general. But when we met themin
six-credit program, designed for Russian majors but social situations they were so generous and willingto
open to any student who has taken one semester of do anything lor us."
i Russian. The cost of this year's trip was about $3,000for Lee said most of the Soviets he spoke to wanted to
each student. learn more about America."A .
I The Soviet people like the freedom associated with lot of people expressed a desire to see the USA,"
! glasnost, but perestroika is unpopular because there is Lee said. "Russians can't leave the country unless
no food, said UF Russian history senior Tony Lyon. they've been officially invited. We had people comingup
"(Soviet leader Mikhail) Gorbachev is getting blamedfor to us on the street, begging us to invite them to
the things that are going wrong, but I think an America."
:. economic crisis is inevitable when a country goes STUDIES
through such huge structural changes," Lyon said. Next came a month of language study with Russian
FIRST IMPRESSIONSMany professors at two universities in Moscow. Twenty stu-
students' first impression of Russia was seeing dents attended Moscovski Gosydarstuenn Universitet
Johnny Carson in the Leningrad airport, but several (Moscow State University), the most prestigious uni-
said they remember the country's appearance the most. versity in the USSR. The other 11 studied at Druzhba

Russian major Roger Lee, also a UF student, said he (Friendship) Universitet.
was suprised by the architecture and the constant state The Americans improved their speaking skills in
of repair. classes and lived in dorms vacated by Soviet studentsfor

The Soviets have very poor concept of how to build the summer break. They received a three-credit
grade from the professors and will receive the other
sturdy, decent buildings, Lee said. "Brand new build-
ings look like they have an instant 30-year aging factor three credits from a paper they will turn in today.
built into them." 'The purpose of the paper was to take your precon-

Abi Osborn, also a UF senior majoring in Russian, ceived notions about the subject of your choice, and
then go confront (the notions) with reality," Lee said.
said the size of the buildings is what she noticed.
Osborn said she chose to study the religious
new
"Everything is so big, Osborn said. "The Russians
freedom in Russia, "but it turned out to be a dead-end
have these huge buildings with little doors. It shows
just how small really are. subject.
you you "Many churches have reopened, but it's mostly the
"After you've been there a while, it becomes pretty
"
old Babushki (grandmothers) that go to them, Osborn
obvious that all of the cities, roads and airports were "
said. "It's been out of style to go to church.
built for military reasons. The cities are all built in a
ROGER LEE circular fashion, with few direct routes into them." HOW THEY LIVE
The average Russian's standard of living is very
different from the average American's Osborn said.
'
... '" "A young man lives with his parents in a two-room

apartment until he gets married."At .
that point, he applies for housing and might get
his own two-room apartment by the time they have their
first child.The apartment would have a corner kitchen
but it might not have a refrigerator, and the couple
would have to save hard to buy a TV."
Lyon and Lee said it was hard to "live like Russians"and
.
<";\\ij)> :; :..... .. deal with the scarcity of food and clean water.
... .1, "We were basically scrounging for food there, just
oil I II Ira .1. "..: : like the rest of the people," Lee said. "It's very bad. You
walk into stores and the shelves are empty, especially
: around the outskirts of Moscow. It's hard to find
/ n anything."

... Lyon said the students carried what they called
I .! ,. "perhaps bags." When they found something good,
.' ,/ : they'd buy as many as possible, put them into the bags
41'.7'. ; them with friends.
and later share
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w 1 pad There were these stores called beriozkl, however,
\ aq ,, where we could get luxuries like Cokes because we had
C "'4 A3$ ; ..1'.... hard currency (dollars)," Osborn said."Only foreignersand
influential Russians were allowed in them. Little
.' ""t:. .. kids would stand outside these stores with souvenir.

pins to trade to tourists for things like that."
The average Russian is not allowed into most restau-
1 k rants, either, Lee said. Dining out requires a reserva-
tion,and restautant doormen often made the Americans
agree to pay in dollars.
"You go into restaurants and the menu only has prices
?
... .
' by the few items that they have,"Lee said. "During the
ROGER LEE
ERIC POOLE day they run out of things, too. We ended up eating at

The Church of Intercession at nil, top, was once attended by Peter the Great. This McDonald's, left, the largestIn

the world, Is located In Pushkin Square near Gorky Street.: St. Basil's Cathedral, right, stands in Red Square and see Trip, page 14
Is an attraction that natives and foreigners alike visit frequently.


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14,ALLIGATOR,MONDAY.SEPTEMBER 24,1990

A' TRIPfrom bacteria and minerals," he said. The-residents do. All of us had people offering us money system,"Lee said."The black market seems ;
use mineral water or boil tap water to for our clothes." to help people do that.
page 13 drink. Personally, I thought the Moscow Lee said he took UF T-shirts to trade and REFLECTIONSLee
McDonald's a few times. I think the longest water tasted OK, but many of the residentswouldn't bought a Soviet Navy uniform off the black
few
I ever waited in line there (at McDonald's) drink that either." market. He was also offered the equivalentin said he wants to wait a years
y before his next visit, but Lee, Lyon and
of$50$75for ()
was two hours and 10 minutes. BLACK MARKETThe ( rubles, the Soviet currency)
Clean water was sometimes hard to find black market is extensive and is his Reebok shoes but declined the offer. Osborn the USSR said sometime they definitely in the want future.to returnto
during the students'trip. Lee said the water sometimes the only way for Soviets to get Osborn bought a Gorbachev matrioshka
+4 in Kiev a city only 60 miles away from luxuries most Americans take for granted. doll before they were confiscated from the
Chernobyl tasted fine, but said he now "People there want to buy your jeans or market.The doll twists open and has multi- "It's nice to visit as an American,but I'm
has doubts about the water's safety. How- T-shirt right off you," Lee said. "They want sized dolls of other Soviet political figures glad that I could come home,"Osborn said.
ever,the water in Leningrad isn't drinkable. Western clothing so bad. Their clothes just inside. "I'd like to go back and live there if I could
"Leningrad was built on a swamp full of don't have the brightness and flair that ours "The way to live (there) is to beat the have a (U.S.) embassy job."

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chandeliers, c.lllnl, micro, Amenities Available Villager West central sir, quiet beautiful Woods Apt. Leave message at
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I wash/dry prefer male students. 378.8122or We're No I Large I bdr/ I ba. cent heat/air, wpri..

| 376-6652. 10-2-10-1 SECURE 2br/1.5ba condo near UFo Pool, REGENCY OAKS Oak Forest-spacious I bdr/1 ba. Pool tennis vate, locked courtyard, dlshwash,
laundry & (urn.available. Asking $400. per 378-5768 volleyball & basketball courts sauna, wash/dry, close to VA, Shands and Vet
Housing Available- blk to UF, coed coop mo./neg. 392-5910 day or 378-4511. I eve. 3230 SW Archer Road laundry on premises Security ft pet deposit school, leave message 3757598. 9-25-
all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly,
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week free Just
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washer/dryer available In most units lor 2 bedrm Apt, enclosed porch new carpet, of UF Call 3781675. 9-27-5-4
FOR RENT: $20 mo. Cats Allowed. I 1B-2B, 16 2 Bath d-w, fans- $375; I bedrm Apt. walkm, I kin
$250-$375 sec a Imr. 372-6422. 12.". ONE BEDROOM APT. Closet, fans-$275; Both w/ central H/A/ ; *Subleasefrnshd studio across from
2 UNFURNISHED 76-2 ONLY $273/MO. water Included SW VILLAS. 3730701. UF. All utll pd Inc ac. pool, prkg. Indry
INCREDIBLE LYONS APT 10.5.11.2Why 290/mo. Call Paul 376-1715 or ((813)977-)
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2 spacious 2 bdr nw avail. Must lease. Call 334-8748 Ive
378-3988 lease.3009 SW Archer Rd. 377.0555 area Immed. or msg.
ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 bdr/2ba w/siudy, 375-3881 Iv. message, 3784969. 9-28-5-2 9-27-4-4.
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BURG VILLAGE. 3761253. 10.12.19.2 MOBILE HOMES: 5 ROOMMATESROOMMATE

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Will take long-term travel' trailers. Some Why live alone? Share expenses, but

Duplex apt. lor rent I br Ir kit, bath ac/heat, good mob. homes for sale. Pool, quiet NOT bathrooms! Large 3bdr/3ba townhouse -
falling on head? Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park. 378- apartments. Washer/dryer included.
your 3blks from UF, 1blk off Univ. Ave. $250 9291 12.14.63.3SUBLEASE. Come by today!
monthly plus security A frame also call
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No Parking hassle. I Iblk Irom UF, I bdr.,
fully equipped, modern apt, Frazer House 4 HOUSE/APT. N/S own. bdr/bath/ $240/mo. + 1/2 util,
call 375 0468, Iv. message. 9-28-13-5
Apis. 3729522. 9.28.8.2

2br 1 1/2 ba. AC Pool, volleyball, dishwasher Wanted) Sincere M/F/ n-smoklng Student
Sept FREE. 1BR apt Oct-Dec $250/mo. ok, 5 mln to $240
pets
campus sublease
Near UF/Butler Plaza. Renewable lease to 2bdr/ib, kit, llv, deck yard, ?
rent + utll. To sublease call ((305)227-) wash/dry/ In big house. S.pt.lreel! monthly
334-5639 evenings. 0-25-4-2 2545. (collect). 9-24-5-4 $225+1/2U 371-2477 before gam or after

2 weeks free 1 bdr. furn apt, 1 blk to UF, close to Holiday 6pm. 0-24-2-5.
Studio $2111 1222 NW 8th Ave Inn, cent air/heat, pet OK, avail now A serious male student for large 7 bed
Walk to UFo College Park Properties until Jan 1. $245/mo. utll. free call 373- room upstairs apt. l60/mo. + 1/7 util. +
371-7777
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N/S F to rent own rm/bth In 2 story apt at

would like to welco t Fall 1990 Pledge Class ties.Greenwich Call 3353110.Green. $233 101520.5 mo. 1/3 utili.


M rmmt needed for own bdrm in 3br 2ba
apt own bathroom $188/mo./ plus 1/3
Brady.Ackerman Jeff Phipps utilities In Park Place call 335-1985 for
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In Spyglass. Wanted immediately. Call
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Victor 'Becklund'i' Todd Smith SEAGLE BLDG. :luxury condo, Intel') m/f!
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1/2 utility In Lyons. Pets ok with $50 no
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2 bicycles, tO-specds, Raleigh Capri $50, MENS 10-ipd, c-moly frame, shimano
1 F ni needed lor own br/ba In 2br/2.5 beat HI-FI
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600, posts
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t THE GARDENS $232/mo 1/2/ util. Call
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Call 372-3336 338.0004 after' 7
and my protective dog. Call late and keep 9-24-20-6 day pm. new $875. Bamboo style casual dining Only a limited supply. Also Fo gate car Mixer, 16 channel, great for live bands or
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Wanted: N/S M to share room In 3bdr3baIn / G'ville FL 32608. 9-26-20-6 drives, Samsung monitor, Panasonic kx- softshell c8l.$180..CD stereo service and price. Call 3351300.
ROCKWOOD 145/mo 4 1/5 utilities p10801 printer. DOS 3.21, Prof write ft first comp. nvr used Sharp dx-660-l80""cy-
'Call 335-6242. 10-5-10-5 publisher ft accessories, Hard disk opt., cling helm-$20"clip on fan-$7"05 blk 9-24-2-6
Safari Audio Is Gainesville's newest & fin
$800 call 336-8289. 9-24-4-6 Tomas moped-$300"all neg.//call 336-
est in car audio, cellular & security, 85081 112858CANNONDALE 2 1 month old moutain bikes $300 each

6 FOR SALE Custom Installation & repair. 336-1128 386sx-16mhz, imeg, 40megHD, 5 1/4 nishlki pueblo & hardrock with U-locks call
9-27-10-6 floppy, monitor, Pana printer, mouse- Touring Bike. IS" alum 377-1366 II not home leave message obo.
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk brand newll Still In box. $1550 obo call frame, 27 wheels. Avocet women's seat, 9-27-5-6
drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters. Custom Jell 373-6012 alter 6pm. 9-24-4-6 Avocet computer. 2 yrs old, $260. 371
Computers 286-12 $ 1000 286-
Factory reconditioned, unused in 2 1338. 8-26-58
past 20 $1100 386SX $1200 all with SALE
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. 1 mega RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem *
Good machine for small ram, 40 meg. hard drive, monitor, 1 yr. nants for your dorm or apartment. We 1973 Eagle bus serial *8997 Entertainer
type shop. System All guitars 50% off
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font wrty. 332-8333. 9-28-10-6 deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. conversion. No better to entertain at the
disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at 3775265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 10-16- games. Must see. Call Ben Reed 1 1-800- Gibson, Les Paul $240
373-9926 for more Inlo. 21-6 356-6610. 10-3-10-8 Fender Strat w/case/ $399
FUTONS & FRAMES Takaminle classic $149
Many styles & models from only $200/set. BICYCLE- centimeter CANNONDALE SOFABED.
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more ,
Alvarez Acoustic
brands are all at our New Location! Car Covert, also. Call Matt 3772110. 10-5- 3.0 series race bike Shlmano Ultegra, Beige/brown/off-Whit $119
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 SI. 372. 15-6 Cinelll. Campagnolo. grlpshlft. Excel $75 Obo 336-4394. Buy used-SAVE BIGI)
2070. 12-14-78-6 cond. $399. Andy 3313442. 9-24-4-6
Gold Standard 377-2646
YAMAHA TURNTABLE Perfect Condition,
2400 BD MODEM $98
4 old, $80. 378-1680 after 4 pm. 9-28-5-8
MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376-1146 Gibson Les Paul electric guitar, 8 months yrs. _
Editor's choice Hewlett Packard9H WORD PERFECT $135 old, Peavy Studio Pro 60 watt amp & Marshall
lead 12 watt amp Crybaby Wah DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
CALL ELITE 335-1300.
Nonhgaie. Price lower than mail pedal. Comes w/ hard case. Asking
order Systems below Include 1mb 40mb 11-1-33-6 $750. 1-591-2932 Ben. 9-25-3-6 by Trade Michel Jaffe
((28ms) Harddlsk graphics monitor. MC
288/12 $1195, MC 386SX $1370 ACROSS 5 Hold onto 34 Daring 49 Carpenter's tool
Northgate 386/20/ $2399. Leading Edge 1 Apolto'i mother 6 Swedish Island 35 "-, Brute! 50 American
laptop w/40 MB hd & battery $2395. 1 & 5 "- Holiday-( : In the Baltic 36 Collar or jacket author Bret

2 year warranties. Onsite warranties. Hepburn movie 7 Family 38 A Belafonte 52 -
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Panasonic 1180 printer $185, HP LaserJet
lip $1049. 3743 W. University Ave. GREAT FOODSPECIALTY 10 Gossip member 39 Opponent of 21 German
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r 15 Fill with joy| 9 Chump's 40 Vehicle 53 Alpine range

Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar GOOD TIMES 16 Frau's mate cousin 44 Bank employee 54 Part of OED

Detectors, Infinity, Sanaul, Sony, 17 Uncas' beloved 10 Buy now, pay 45 Superficial 55 Footnote
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FOR SALE 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED AUTOS SERVICESFREE TYPING SERVICES 'e

computer c-128 printer, monitor, dd $550 REPAIR ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW
...RESUMES***
modem color/b&w enlarger omega B-22 RATES, low fast drive-
Precision Small payments
Engine. Pickup & Delivery
Pregnancy Test Complete writing & d.v.lopm.ntllrvlclI.Rllume .
Matt alter 6 3712294.
120435mm $175 thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277
available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, Gainesville Women'sHEALTH House 371.8148. 12-14-76-12
0-24-2-6 across from Alley Katz 3363825. 9-28- 377CARS. WE CARE. 10-4-10-9 CENTER

14-8 MAZDA GLC WAGON 81, Auto. A/C, PB, 720 NW 23rd Avenue Typmg/Wordprocessing WordPerfect
HANDGUNS FOR PROTECTION
377-5055 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates
AM/FM/ Excel. Cond. Full Main. & Ser-
,
saw .38 Cal. Pitolt-$17S 1885 Yamaha RZ-350 exc cond. Racing Tara
ABORTION (To 24 Wks) dependable personal service 332-
vice R.c. $1250. 338-7533 9-27-5-9
kit Inc exhaust. Very fast! Last of 2-atroke BIRTH CONTROL 1469. 12-14-76-12
Excellent reliable protection, comet complete street. Yellow/blk. i550neg. Ray 3359312lvmes. Gynecology Services
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 250.00 mo 1990(
with instructional clan and ammun1- 9-26-10-8 12-14-75-11 Typing .* Typsettmg .* Resumes
Daihatsu Rocky 4X4 Removable sun roof
tion. Nick at 371-2466 (days/) 371.4970 From $1.50 pg 917 NW 13 St.
(nights). 9-24-1-6 MOPEDS-80 Puch, $300; 80 Garelll, and 9-25-3-9 back no ac will pay for half 332-9972 ***R ft R Pickup & Delivery professional WCS, Inc. 373-9822
$250; 81 Tomes, 2 spd, $350, 2 more not shippers over 40 yrs. The neighborhoodcourier 12-14-76-12
MCS 65 w/channel/ rec. $100; Technics running. Call Bill at 3720903. 9-24-5-6 G'ville's been looking for) 3763391 .
71 Datsun 240Z and
7-band equalizer $50; Microwave $30; All strong engine, quick ...*.. TypingALaser Typesetting
$ firm. Call Andy 374-6565 leave m.... Red Honda Elite, 2800 ml, great shape 0838.lots of 9-26-3-9 fun $1200 o.b.o. Call Alex 372- 9252011COLLEGE resumes reports letters etc.
9-26-3-6 w/helmet./ 336.0728..k for Kelvin or Iv 376-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave.
mssg. Will bargain, start at $650 9-25-4- .
Fix-er-up special86/ Olds 4-dr 5-spd $ MONEY. Private scholarships Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12
8
FOR SALE stick Calais Runs great but needs glass College Scholarship Locators pob
Stun Guns, Chain Alarms, Key Sprayers, and paint work. $1,600 firm. Call 377- 1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881. 800-879- Put It In writing. Fast, accurate, reliable.
protect yourself security.. Use at home, Ninja 250, 9000 ml, excellent conditionwith 4007. 9-25-2-9 7485. 12-14-75-11 Masters' English will correct spelling and
school, etc. 8138252457. 9-28-5-6 matching Bell helmet $1750 obo. Jim edit. Transcribing 373-1937 10-29-30-

at 375-4221 leave message. 9-26-3-8 1968 Cadillac convertible, new transmission Hunter Showbarn now accepting students- 12
55 gallon show aquarium wall accessories Past UF equestrian coach Boarding,
Interior, needs
good runs good
$150, Iv. message. 19681930. 9- 81 Yamaha Maxim, low miles, extras, helmet some body work. $1750, call Don after 5 working students accepted. Farrell Farms Quality typing done quickly and correctly
26-3-6 371-8371, cover Excellent condition $800 obo @ 373-9535. 92859DEPENDABLE 472-3142 10-9-30-11 Reasonable rales Call Kym 334-9156 .
or 375-0172. 9-26-3-8 9-25-5-12 '

WATERBED Super single excl. cond. HONDA Civic for only Marlboro Farms. Quality horse boardingon
Brand new mattress and liner ((1 I month $1000. 1983, a/c/ 4apd, runs well. Must 50 acres. Riding ring, trails, Individual Gator Typing is back In the SW Accurate,
oldll)!! Includes heater $100 obo call Ken 9 AUTOS sell; It's a good deal. Kevin 335-7986 turnout, concrete block barn. 6 miles west low rat... Resumes $12-$15,1 1 pg. Laser
335.0810. 9-26-3-6 msg. 10-5-10-9 Oaks Mall. Stalls, pasture, or full board. printing. Days, eves, weekends. 373-
82 white 'Isuzu l-mark, 5-spd, $1400. Ask 472-4313. 924-13-11 4564. 105-13-12
Commodore 128, expanded to 640k, 1571 for Lucy after 7pm, 3713177. 9-26-5-9
drive mouse, 16k printer Interlace, many 10 WANTEDLocal NAILS BY VONDELL ALPHA GRAPHIX
goes programs, voice master, additional 1986 Ford Escort GT 50k-ml, blk ext/tan 3131 NW 13 St. 3771763Full $2/ds page
software will separate, $425, call 372- Int. AM/FM stereo, bra. Save $600 no Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil 372-8017
6547. 9-28-5-6 a/c. Asking $3250obo. Call Jon 3753600. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only 10-2928
9-26-5-9 Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10 10-5-20-11

7 REAL ESTATETake 77 Buick Skylark. PS, PB, cruise. Runs PERSONAL TRAINER UF Grad with Exercise Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional 13 HELP WANTED

very well. Engine rebuilt two years ago. Scl. degree. Will advise and train. care In peaceful surroundings
over 2br/2ba.payments Let, no It equity for r.qulr.d.Condo college Must sell by Friday. Asking #795 Call Workouts $15 programs designed $20- Daily turnout grooming and TLC. 462-' CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The
pay 371.7014 and leave. Student. 9-25-3- 50. Call Paul at 3781359. 9-25-5-11 5127. 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS Independent Florida Alligator. Must own
Oaks Mall loft-style study area,
area .
9 reliable van or pick-up truck and be available
wash/dry, porch. Call 407-862-9522 9- Have cah, need motorcycle: up to 550 FOR COLLEGE from 5 a.m. until 0 a.m. Monday
cc. Not Interested In two-strokes or dirt Are available! Millions go unclaimed through Friday. Must have excellent driving
------------------ bikes. Call Stephanie 373-0016. 9-28-5- yearly. 1-600-334-3881. 11.19.50.11 record and valid Florida driver li
10 cense. Pay per route plus mileage
NOVA STUN GUN Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West
Safe! Effectivel Non-lethal! University Avenue. Ask lor the route
I I I I I I 4 TENN. TIX. WANTEDCall send $89 + $3 S+H to 114 Lahoma driver application. No calls, please Affirmative
t I 33535563744693. 9-26-5-10 Lansing, Ml 48915 517.84.8807' Action/Equal Opportunity Em
9-27-13-11 ployer.
1I WANTED: AUBURN TIX
I I : I I I I ... Need 21 SECURITY'SYSTEMS AVON 3758967Sell
Call Chris or Eric- at an affordable price. Call Davy Enterprleea Avon Full or Part-time. We Tram
!eI I I I Y YI 335.9225 Iv msg 336-5636. 9-24-10-11 B.nefit.ln.urance. 12.14.78.13SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
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Problems in Math? Then call Greg at
I I $ I I I I 1I Lincoln Continental 4-dr 1975 or thereabouts 377-8308. Professional Tutoring offeredat Need HELP for Booming Business
i I for half-hour photographing. Will only $12 per hour. 9-25-10-11 Excellent Pay in 4-10 hrs/week
I I I I I I 1I pay, call 3758710. 9-26-5-10 Call 3754875.
a I" MATH TUTORS. Warren Bernard and 9-25-21-13
I WANTED: tix for LSU (Oct 6)) call 377- Bruce Teague. UF and SFCC. Discounts
I I !'I I I I f 1I 6397 ask for Leslie or Iv. mess. 9-26-3-10 for groups 012.5. 37TUTOR. 9-27-10-11 Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate .
In new drug study for treatment of
It 1 Need fix to LSU game, 373-7026 eves Securitycrowd control for UF football athlete's loot. Call 331.5379. 26-20-
I I I i 1I
I I 9-28-5-10 games. Call 373-4641 for more Informa 13
I tion. Ask for Don. 9-28-10-13
I I 1 I I I 1 1I Wanted Mississippi State tickets. Call Phone survey work, part-time flexible eve
1 PHf 374-4633, ask for Jim or Trey. V-27-4-10 INDIVIDUAL TUTORING by Pat. Learn to & wkd hrs, guar $4.25/hr/ bonuses. Callor
1 better utilize your Word Perfect 5.0, stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave

I I fI I I I I 3 1 11 SERVICESNW 5.11 dBase III or Lotus. Call 373-0481. 9-26- 372-4026. 9-28-10-13

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f 1i Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave Economics Student Interested In Earning EARN $35This
Oaks Mall 5 5 to 10 x 20 from
near area x
!L $20,10dlsc, to students. 332-8917. 12- Extra Money For Writing And Research.Call week for your blood plasma donation
i 1 'I I I ;. 14-76-11 374- with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZEDsystem "'
1I 4034. 9-26-5-11 allows you to donate in 1/2 the

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? time! Study while you donate or watch
I i 1i College Scholarships, $4billion In aid I for videos. Free Parking. Gainesville Donor
I I I I I I Get confidential testing and treatment at
> Scholastics
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881, 12- Free Information & Application; Center. Est 1969. 238 SW 4th' Ave. 378-
t 1 14-76-11 06813 Plus 9-24-2-11 PO Box 2134, Danbury, CT. 9431 M-Th8-7Frl8-5Sat8-2. 12146713 -

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I Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- parties. $100-$150 per party plus
j. .. Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dls. Car Care benefits. Unlimited opportunities Call r

I I f. I I I I II o fI Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76-11 3733191Located now 3741700. 9-24-10-13

I I I I 1 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons at campus Amoco Jobs in USA and overseas. All occupa
: NI boarding woodser facilities Handwash, Window In & out tions. Don't limit yourself to those few
J I 1I hay rides parties sales working Armor-all Dash and Tires, Vacuum companies that recruit on campus. Jumpstart
I students. accepted. 468.3224, 3758080. $10.00 your job hunt. Contact College recruiters
I 1 I I I I 12-14-76-11 9-28-5-11 today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W.

I I I I II 50.13 Palm Ave. Placenpia, Ca. 92670. 11-21-

*SUNBELT MOVING*
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i i i OFFICE USE ONLY. Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. TYPING Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate .
I I 1 Bp. Chg. 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst SERVICES In new drug study for the treat
I I I I CASHCK_ 1 Llc/lns. Priced for Students! Marty 375- 12 ment of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call
RM.
By: MOVE. 12-14-76-11 3315379. 12-12-63-13 .
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CLASSIFICATIONS or :: ,RATES '
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Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care & A notary Annual Gallery of Horror, Oct. 12-31 ,
1. (Circle one) facilities. 15 min from UFI Jan 3767762. 24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 12-14-76-12 Oaks Mall. Call 378-0041 or 374-4334 for
For Alllt: Furnished 11. Services I
-|.For Rent: Unfurnished =II.Typing Services 1 Day...$''.00 9-28-10-11 MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full ft' application. 10315.13
_'. Moblli Homes For Rwit/Silo/ ._13. Help, Wanted
2 Day.7.00a I
AAA STORAGE self service computing. Typing starts & Delivery driver, part-time, morning hour
_4..Sublease Houi /Apt.S. _14. Business Personals Diy.e.oo Close to UF, Convenient 1.50/pg A Resumes $8 A Self service resumes Apply In person at Hill Supply Company,
Roommates -II. Personals' 4 O.ys..11.00S 1 4x4x4 $1 15/mo A $2.50/hr A 15page. Later typeset 1814 NE 23rd Ave. No phone calls. 0.27.e'
_I. For Salt -H. Connections 0.ye.1UO 4x8x8 $30/mo graphics A spell check A theses Apapers 10-13
__7. Rill Estate _17. Notices 1 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 A special character A employment
_l. Uotoroyclti _11. Rides Additional Dcjri databases A A
12.00 each mallmerge training. Fraternity & Sorority Members Earn Extra
_I. Autos 11. Pets 1 PROTECTION! CS
BEST AVAILABLE WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 12-14- Money. National Party Favor Company
_11. Wanted =20. Lost* Found 'ItA..III..III.- Military tear gas & personal protectionInfo. 76-12 Looking For Sales Associates High Commissions
... 1 Keychain unit or home canister
Work Your Own Hours. 1-600-
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CREDIT CARD' AN1.. .Imes. '_ I VIsa/MC phone orders) Sent Immediately! service. Reasonable rates. Laser
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teargas sprayer, purchase
has changed my lifel My energy Greeks, clubs & Individuals) Skydive with The Willlston Skydivers 336- gun. Free delivery, call Ed 3354459. No one refused with good collateral. Best
523 NW 3rd
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level* has never been so highly sustained Trip organizers 7970. 12-14-73-15 10-1-7-15
FOCUS has greatly improved my tours, earn cash 4/or go for free Call Ave. 371-4367 10-12-23-16
*concentrateion and speaking ability! Moguls Ski A Sun Tours, 1-800-668.4857 MACE Project youreelfl Immobilizesan YESI) THE BEST..CAR ALARMS + +
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strength and endurance dramatically during money order, credit card 4 to: Campu.Sal.ty 607 NW 13 ST 371.8190 and you need cash to get home,
my workouts''* These products will BUSINESS 976 N. McClean Blvd., Elgin, IL 10-9-10-15 click your heels three times
and think ot Best Jewelry & Loan.
sweep college campuses You can be on 0123., 9-25-15-15
the ground floor of this $$$expiosion All 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS ATTENTION JTUDENTSI 10-12-23-18 ;
you have to do Is use the products and Pyshic nationally known STUDENT ID REQUIRED GOLD GOLD
talk to people' The $$$ will chase you sell Medium 44 yrs. Radio + TV, taped. Preterit your ID and receive 25% off onIII GOLD
terminals & pc's, buy, old GOLDIII
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downl! Call me today! Steven 375.5928. trade, rent & repair, Great prices QUALITY By 10-3-20-15 App only. Call 3369154. guitars Music, amps Co. Next, and to accessories.Llpham G'vllle Health. $ WE your PAY CASH $

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Person-personable, energetic, 76-14 Sportswear 25% off; tee shirts 30% off; 10-12-23-16
aerobic wear 50% off; shoes 20-50% off; MARDI GRAS
some singing car necessary Apply Balloons CRIME IS RISINGI! Business is booming! old SWM, buying gold, cash- 1
racquetball frames 30% off... E Z Tennis Party with 2200 Gatorsl Package includes 27 yr enjoys
& Bows Butler Plaza. 9.24.3.13Professional Huge demand, big profits. Become a CS 9-27-10-15 : Transportation, 2 nights Marriott Ing checks & making loans. Looks for discreet -
distributor Call 1-800-' & Loan
Tear Gas spray rel Best Jewelry
couple seeks responsible & French Quarter $219.00. Only 180 spacesleftl
friendly student to care lor home & children 3442973. 10210.14 FREE labor with string purchase at E Z Breakaway Tours 3776369. Call 371-4367. 10-12-23-16 d dWE'VE
Tennissynthetic gut on sale for $9.99. E
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15 PERSONALS Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372.2257. 9-27- GOT THAT KIND OF CASH.
nice home, near UF. Need own car 371-GEMS. 10-12-23-16
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Apply at Florida Bookstore 1614 W. 10-15' 16 CONNECTIONSGAY

Univ. Ave. 9-25-4-13 Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator./ Greatpricesreg For quality products, prices & service 365 Best Jewelry & Loan
or rx sunglasses. The Optical
Dental receptionist part- Ime. Must be Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 days a year try the tennis authority in ? Bl? QUESTIONING? Largest Pawnshop In Townl
friendly, hardworking, & able to work well block from Ala Gen 12-14-76-15 G'vllle. E Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372- GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs 371-4367BuyeSEueLOANePAWN
w/others/ Flex hrs, outstanding opportunity 2257 9-27-10-15 Info/Referral/Consultation 12-14-76-16
for the right person I 331-493812.1. Natural Foods and Vitamins 10-12-23-16
9-26-5-13 Blrkenstock Sandals. Ways to make friends at UF & SFCC- BODYBUILDERS!11111!!!!
Sunflower Health Foods study hard, dress well, play tennis- ft a SALE SALE SALE
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{ second place.
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The UF women's cross country team fin- fare as well. Coralena Velsen, who finished composed primarily of SEC teams with Au- The Gators finished only one point behind
ished fourth in a strong 10-team meet at the second to Frazier last week at the MichiganState burn winning with 77 points, followed by host Virginia with a total of 50.
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I UF golf teams open season TOURNAMENT Legall in a tie with former Gator. ,

from page 24 Robin June for third place on UFs
JEFF MORIARTY North Carolina's Jessica Wood North Carolina. match kills record list. I
By
defeated Miami's was nearly the same as UF lost Laura Bush, Petra Laverman
Alligator Writer Mary Dunne for Tony Soerries made his UF
15-11,15-10,15-9. Legall said the and Anne Conway all had double
the individual title and UFs Strock debut by leading the Gators witha
The UF women's golf team fin- and Foster shot rounds of 77 Sun- 218, good for fifth overall. Gators at least made a good effort figures in kills for the Fighting
ished second at the Lady Seminole day to finish as the low UF golfers. against the Illini. Illini. Conway had 10
Invitational at Florida State Univer- Strock and Foster tied for seventh Freshman Brian Gay led the 'We set last night's f" .." .,- kills in 11 attempts
two strokes behindthe team with a two-day 143 to stand loss behind us and we ;, with no errors for an
Sunday, overall
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put up a good fight, incredible .909 kill
University of Kentucky and reer-best finish for both players. i
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a Legall said. "We i percentage.
one better than FSU. Brown tied for 12th with 229, to move from a tie for 61st to played on their level." 1( Top-ranked Ne-
The team of Laura Brown, Mi- Vinieratos tied for 15th at 231 and a tie for 16th at 145 with teammate But Legall added { braska easily de-
chele Vinieratos, Julie Foster, Gorman, playing in her first col- Soerries. John Petit stood at 150 that the Gators could !. feated the Gators in
Suzy Strock and Paula Gorman lege tournament, finished tied for and Brent Dorman at 156. not maintain that Sunday's match 15-
with total of 909 and .J'
finished a 44th with 241.Meanwhile.
"I'm disappointed in our finish level for an entire 11155153.
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quality of their team. team,playing in the Carpet Capital Saturday. "We had it to five- Legall! was once i JJJ.. Gators seemed to run
"I'm pleased with our play," Collegiate in Dalton, Ga., finished under through 13 holes but let again the offensive Schutz out of gas against the
coach Mimi Ryan said. "It would seventh Sunday with a final-round eight strokes slip away over the standout for the Ga- Cornhuskers, de-
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In bobbling its way to Saturday's 27-3 gave Furman a first down on UF's 2-yard line yard scoring pass from Matthews Kendrick was among the Paladins' leaders
victory over Division I-AA power Furman, when he raced onto the field 20 yards Kirkpatrick's 35th-career reception was with six tackles. Kendrick, who has 425
UF had more than its share of lowlights. behind Furman quarterback Frankie DeB- his first collegiate touchdown catch. The career tackles, stands 5-foot-10 and weighs
Shane Matthews was intercepted twice in usk as DeBusk was handling the snap. touchdown also was UPs first by a tight end 197 pounds.
the first half, the second toss hitting Spencer was, to say the least, off sides. since Walter Odom caught an 11- yarder Big Mac Attack
Furman's Taylor Quarles in the chest. Later, "We need guys to get mad when they play from Kerwin Bell against Tulsa in 1987 Junior tailback Willie McClendon, forcedto
fullback Dexter McNabb fumbled away a like they did today,"UF coach Steve Spurriersaid. 36 games ago.KSrkpatrick. a reserve role by Errict Rhett,won't makeit
pitch on the Paladins' 1-yard line. "They looked sorry." led all receivers with five re- easy for UF coach Steve Spurrier to settleon
Sweet Revenge ceptions for 67 yards. a starter. McClendon ran for 81 yards on

Gregg Doyel Spencer later redeemed himself, inter- Do It A-Galnes eight carries, averaging more than 10 yardsa
NOTEBOOK cepting a DeBusk; pass and returning it 66 Freshman defensive tackle William carry. Rhett had 19 carries for 98 yards.

yards to the Furman 2-yard line. For Spencer Gaines has almost as many fumble recover- Big Sack Attack
,the pickoff was his third big play in three ies as he does tackles. Gaines recovered his All-American defensive end Huey Rich-
There's more. Ryan Ruland's 49-yard field weeks. He blocked a punt in each of the second fumble of the season late in the ardson moved into a second-place tie on the
goal attempt landed on the 2-yard line. Later, Gators' first two games. Both blocks came second quarter Saturday. Gaines added four UF career sacks list. Richardson's 1.5 sacks
,Matthews and Willie McClendon handed after Spencer was beaten for touchdowns. tackles, raising his season total to five. Saturday give him 25,tying him with Clifford

Furman the ball after colliding on fourth- Forget about Me? Mighty Mite Charlton.Alonzo Johnson heads the list with
and-one. And cornerback Jimmie Spencer Senior tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick's 20- Furman middle linebacker Kevin 27.


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GREGG DOYEL
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Offensively, it was a disaster.
Defensively, it was a mugging.The .
anemia plaguing UFs powerful of-
fense didn't seem to effect the Gators'
nationally-ranked defense in Saturday's 27- t. ,f
3 victory over Furman.
UF strangled the Furman offensive at-
*\ack from the opening kickoff to the final

gun, holding the Paladins to nine first
downs and 170 yards in total offense.
Furman's three points followed an interception -
return to UFs 4-yard line.
"With our defense, it takes away a lot of
worry," UF coach Steve Spurrier said. "Of- :taFF
fensively, they give us the chance to sput-
ter, look bad and still win the game."
Furman's offense looked equally bad.
Frankie DeBusk was five of 15 for 75 yards
and an interception. The Paladins didn't

fare any better on the ground,either.Forty- eyta s..om M'1' r
four carries produced 95 yards.
"I'd say we stuffed them pretty good,"
defensive tackle Brad Culpepper said.
And most of the stuffing happened on 8 !
Furman's side of midfield. The Paladins
managed to set foot in UF territory just
twice. After a 35-yard pass landed the Pal- ADRIAN DENNIS
adins on UFs 38-yard line late in the first UF tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick pulls In a 2.yard() scoring pass from Shane Matthews In the first quarter.
quarter, Furman went backwards for four
, ball from UF territory for the next and last
time in the third period, reaching the

Gators' 49-yard line. Gators 27, Paladins 3
On the next play, UF cornerback Jimmy
McClendon 8 85 81 0 28 FURMAN STATISTICS
Spencer intercepted a DeBusk pass and ran Malone 2 7 7 4
66 yards to Furman's 2-yard line. Furmln 3 0 0 0 -3 Matthews 4 2 1 g 2
UF 7 7 7 I-27
McNabb 2 0 .1 o. Rushing An Vde Nit TD'Lg
"I was one-on-one and made a good Randolph 2 1 .1 0 1 .
bump,"Spencer said."I turned around and SCORING SUMMARY Barber 1 0 -7 0 .
the ball was there. I thought I had the Fur-Connally 20 Fa Totals" 38 1111 17. 0 21 Tremble 18 73 70 0 10
': UF Klrkpl'rick 20 piSS from Matthews (Czyzewski Bradl.y 1 30 28 0 12
touchdown, but two backs came out of
kick".) An Int VII' TO Stockdale 10 2 2
"".owhere( and knocked me out of bounds." OF .. Everett 7 pass from Matthews (Czyzewski kick) Passing Cmp Whitley 1 : : g :
DeBusk second Furman's UF- Mills 8 pass from Matthews (Czyzewski kick) Sherwood 2 8 8 0 5
on career UF- Fa Czyzewski Matthews .0 22 2 238 3 Bums 1 03 0 .
passing list, spent much of the day on his UF-Fa Czyzewski 30 Morris 5 3 0 38 0 DeBusk 8 0 .37 0 .
: back. UF sacked the senior quarterback Totals" 45 25 2 274 3 Totals 44 140 115 0 12
four times. Furman Uti
Receiving No Vdl TO Lg
Y "Florida's as fast, if not faster, than we Passing An Cmp Int Yds TO
;, -Ohought\ they'd be," DeBusk said. They First Downs 4.-115 II 38. 178 24Rush.Yards Klrkpltrtck 5 87 1 23 .

i outsized too fast for us us.outmanned" us, and were just Comp-tt-Int Passing Yards 5-1l 25l McClendon Rhea : : g g Totals DeBusk : : 1 1 u g
Fumblel-Loe'' 3.2 2-0 Duncan 3 31 0 15 .
Spurrier, who had little positive to say Penalties-Yards 2.23 7. .8 Everett 2 1 1 7 ,
a about his offense, never felt worried about Time of Possession 27.7: 32,13: Mills I 2 g 1 12 Receiving No Yds 'TO Lg ,
1 OF STATISTICS' McNabb 1 0 10
the outcome. Keller 1 8 0 8
I "With our defense, il>!, offense can fire Rushing An Yde Net TO LII artier 1 47 g 47 SdM: 2 42 3s
Jackson 1 5 5 g
Stephens 2 2e
: .4tiiree incompletes, come otf the field, and Sullivan 1 11 0 18 Whitley 1 7 0 15 7
E go back on three plays later,"Spurrier said. Rhett 1a 101 98 0 18, Totals, 25 27 3 47 Totals' I 75 0 35
"Thaf the beauty in it."



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I Rhett downplays significance of his first start I



By RON KASPRISKE Franks said Rhett's style of power running
Alligator Staff Writer complements McClendon's elusive style.

As far as Errict Rhett is concerned,
Saturday's game is already forgotten.It's "They work well together," Franks said.
not that Rhett,who started his first gameat "Errict hits the hole hard and Willie can put
tailback for UF, had a terrible performance.He on great moves. I'm not looking for one of themto
simply doesn't get into nostalgia. take over because they both do things we 44
"This: game was nothing special for me,"said need. It also keeps us fresh."
Rhett, who rushed for 98 yards on 19 carriesas

UF defeated Furman 27-3."It's totally behindme Rhett, who now has 197 yards in three
right now. It's nice that I started, but I'm games, said the only thing he was upset about Q41-
already looking on to Mississippi State. Saturday was not getting a chance to score.
"I'm going to work hard in practice and give
100 percent. That's what I got to do." His best
chance came during the third quarter
The redshirt freshman worked hard enoughin when he got the ball five straight times.
practice last week to surpass Willie McC Rhett moved the Gators from the 37-yard line
lendon as the Gators' No. 1 tailback.
to the one. But fullback Dexter McNabb carried
Now, Rhett said, he'll be looking over his the ball on the next two plays and fumbled,
shoulder. turning the ball over to Furman.
"Me and Willie push each other to the limit,"
Rhett said."Willie and Emmitt (Smith) showedme
"On that one playI I thought I had scored,"
how to play tailback and they push me, so
said Rhett, who took a pitch from quarterbackShane
I try to push them. It's a matter of respect"Carl r 41
Matthews and just missed squeezinginto ,
Franks UPs backs coach said
running
,
the left corner of the end zone.
he'll try to evaluate Rhett's play and
McClendon's play on film before a decision can
be made about who will start against Missis- "When the official said I didn't, I got mad. I
sippi State. thought I had scored."

McClendon rushed for 81 yards on eight
carries but lost a fumble for the third time in UF coach Steve Spurrier said he should have
three games."I given Rhett and McClendon the ball more.

think both of them ran well,",Franks said.
"It wasn't an easy decision to make letting "I thought Errict ran the ball well, as did
Errict start, but he earned it in practice. He Willie McClendon," Spurrier said. "Lookingback NATALEE WATERS ALLIGATOR
runs hard. I like having both Errict and Willie I probably should haven given the ball UF freshman Errict Rhett rushed for 98 yards in 19 carries In his first game as I
share time because they both have the abilityto to them more. But I don't think our offensiveline starter. Rhett replaced Willie McClendon as the Gators' starting tailback. UF
start." played near to their capabilities." head coach Steve Spurrier said Rhett ran well.


I Satterfield satisfied with Furman's play against UF I


it was hard to keep them out, and then they
By ALEX MARVEZ
guessed with us and blitzed when we triedto
Alligator Writer
throw.
Jimmy Satterfield is best known for his "They didn't have to guess to stop us, but
job as Furman's head coach, but if UPs 27-3 when they did, it made it that much worse."
victory over the Paladins Saturday is any The Paladins fared much better defen
indication, he may also have a future in sively. In the second quarter, Furman recovered
fortune telling. a Willie McClendon fumble on its
Earlier this week,Satterfield said he didn't 23-yard line on a fourth-down play, and Taylor
expect Furman, the top-ranked Division I- Quarles intercepted a Shane Matthews Aotr
AA school in the nation, to defeat UF, but pass with the Gators on its 35 yard line.
did believe his team was going to give the Furman's big defensive plays continuedin
Gators a struggle. the second half, with Allen Edwards re-
<
That's just what the Paladins did inter- covering a Dexter McNabb fumble on the
cepting two passes, recovering two fumblesand Paladins' 2-yard line.
staying close to But a 66-yard
the Division l Gators' interception re-
until the fourth qual'- Furman turn by UF defen-
ter. coach Jimmy sive back Jimmy e
"We played 'em Satterfield said he was Spencer late In the ( !
great Satterfield third quarter led to
said. "We didn't pleased to see his team a 20-yard Arden
come down here just Czyzewski field
to play great. We hang tough against the Ga- goal, putting the

came down here to tors.. game out of reach
win. at 21-3. p

"And our guys are "I really! though
disappointed we didn't win. It's just a matterof we had a chance until (Spencer) returned
their defense being that much better than my interception all the way back," said Fur-
our offense. man quarterback Frankle DeBusk, one of
That fact became obvious In the first quar three quarterbacks the Paladins used Satur
ter. day. "But we didn't give up. We were out-

Furman defensive back Jason Grant re- manned,but we stuck with them every inch

turned an interception 24 yards to the UF of the way. ,
4-yard line,but the Paladins then gained only "The: score may not show it, but Florida ADRIAN DENNIS
two yards on three plays and had to settle now knows we have a football team at Fur-" Furman linebacker Robert Beavers tries to intercept a Shane Matthews pass I
for a 20-yard field goal by Glen Connally. man. I guess that's all we could ask for. Saturday. The Paladins picked off two passes.
DeBusk also noticed something else -

After that score,the Paladins got no closerto the Gators played lethargically in light of the we wanted to offensively either." "Furman was not intimidated at all and
scoring than UPs 39-yard line. On the NCAA's decision last Thursday that prohibits Furman tailback Carl Tremble agreed. played well" Kirkpatrick said. "They came

day, Furman, which has only five players them from participating in a bowl game "They seemed to be a little bit melancholy in here and handed our butts to us.We didn't
who weigh over 250 pounds,tallied only 175 this year. ," Tremble said. "They were kind of play anywhere close to our capabilities."
yards on offense and surrendered four "We sort of were saying we hoped theydidn't
down. But their defense out
came
agi1'essively
the The Furman UF is because
sacks. get probation until after game, reason played
"On their defense we just couldn't get because they may be coming after us" De- and we didn't execute well. they received $200,000. UF is the only Divi-
anything going Satterfield said. "We tried Busk said."I guess you can use that for them UF tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick believes sion I-A team on the Paladins' schedule
but didn't do all the things Furman was a tough opponent. Furman lost only five of its last 33 games..MONQ .
side
everything we hM.:.When passing.. ,the ball l!,..-on..their. .. ,... we ,..- ..--.., .._.



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24,AlliGATOR MONDAY,SEPTEMBER 24,1990
..

SPORTSSEC




is the UF fizzles in 27-3 win over FurmanBy I



SHARON GINN r 3
real villainin
Alligator Staff Writer i 14n

When you think about UF beating Fur-
man, the word "struggle" doesn't come to

this storyIt's mind.In .
spite of the fact that the 19th-ranked
Gators were put on NCAA probation this
s sad. week, it's difficult to imagine UF being

The man many at UF regard as a super lackluster enough to lose to a Division 1-AA
hero has now felt what it's like to be helpless.The team like Furman.
superhero in this story is football The Gators did beat the Paladins 27-3 at
Florida Field Saturday, but it wasn't even
think
.*9ach Steve Spurrier. But while many
the villain is the NCAA, in actuality, it's the close to the whipping that UF head coach
Steve Spurrier and some of his players had

SEC.Up anticipated.
until Thursday, Spurrier's dealings
Spurrier was disappointed with the per-
with NCAA and Southeastern Conference
formance of the Gators offense, which
officials have been limited. But mention
missed several scoring opportunities
those organizations to Spurrier now,and you throughout the game.

better run for cover. Although the mood was lower than usual

after Thursday's NCAA ruling which placed
-o- Ron Kaspriske UF on two years' probation and banned the

LAST Gators from 1990 postseason play, Spurriersaid
CALL there was "no excuse"for what he saw
on the field.
"It was tough to get up for the game, but
Spurrier, a man who is known for beingin
should have the to out there
we pride go
control during the toughest of times, has
before 73,000 people and play our hearts out
had trouble controlling his emotions when
for the University of Florida,"Spurrier said.
discussing the two organizations.After .
"The defense has that. The offense just
the NCAA handed UF its decision stood around out there." }

Thursday,Spurrier was livid as he told mem- The Gators never were close to losing to
bers of the media the football team didn't Furman. The Paladins led 3-0 after scoringa

deserve the penalty it received. field goal on their second drive,but those

And after the game Saturday, Spurrier were the only points they could score
/gain[ opened up to the media, criticizingboth against the UF defense.
the NCAA and UFs administrators for Even the numbers on the board don't
wanting to take the penalty and move on. explain Spurrier's annoyance. The Gators

One reporter, who covered Spurrier at had 452 yards total offense, compared to
Duke and was in town to cover the OF Fur- Furman's 170.

man game Saturday, said he had never seen UFs running game looked solid as red-
Spurrier display his emotions the way he did shirt freshman Errict Rhett's debut as a
after the game. starter was impressive. Rhett finished with

There's no question Spurrier has a rightto 98 yards on 19 carries. KEVIN W1SNIEWSKI-AUJGATOR

be upset. But there is a question about And quarterback Shane Matthews threw Frustrated UF coach Steve Spurrier agonizes as he watches his offense struggle
who Spurrier should be upset with. for 236 yards and three touchdowns.But Saturday against Furman. The Gators offense turned the ball over four times In their I
the Gators had settle for
twice to
The NCAA's system, whether it makes a 27-3 victory over Furman.
field when could have had touch-
goal they a
sense or not, is not the key issue here.
down. And kicker Ryan Ruland's field goal UFs first touchdown. fense," Furman coach Jimmy Satterfieldsaid.
issue is the Southeastern Confer-
The key attempt from 49 yards landed on Furman's Kirkpatrick, who led the Gators in recep- ."(1 They) put us in a situation where we
ence.When 2-yard line. tions with five for 67 yards, said he under had to be perfect on offense, and obviouslywe
the NCAA said UF couldn't play in Other times, UF just gave the ball away. stood why Spurrier wasn't happy. weren't.
a bowl game this year, it didn't mean theycouldn't Fullback Dexter McNabb fumbled the ball "We sputtered around," Kirkpatrick said.
Spurrier attributes the UF defense's con
win a conference title. on Furman's 1-yard line just as the Gators "The defense goes out there and makes the stant domination of its to the
It was the Southeastern Conference's de- were getting ready to score. big plays they need to.The offense has the opponents have in their
cision to deny UF its chance to compete for Matthews threw two interceptions, once opportunity to make the big plays and wedon't "tremendous pride". the players
this year's title all because of a rule it while the Gators were in Furman territory.The do anything." performances.Pride

imposed in 1984 to deal with UFs first other was returned 24 yards by Paladins Spurrier was more than thankful for the is something Spurrier said the Ga-

,,probationary period. cornerback Jason Grant to UFs 4-yard line performance of UFs defense. The Gators tors offense also needs to have to be able to
The SEC decided in 1984 that because setting Furman up for its three points."If dominated Furman,keeping them them far win this year.
members of that UF team violated NCAA we had been at the point where I'd away from the end zone for most of the

rules, the team was ineligible for the conference hoped we'd be,we'd have scored 50 points," game. "With our defense, we don't need to holdon

title. Spurrier said. "Hopefully these guys are as And when the Paladins did get close to the ball," Spurrier said. "We can go
The SEC again used that rule Thursdayto mad as I am today." enough to score a touchdown, the Gators' out there,throw three incompletes and then
deny UF a shot at the title,but as Spurrier Tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick made one of line stopped Furman almost in its tracks. go back out three plays later.
points out, the rule doesn't apply this time. the Gators' good plays of the day when he "The big thing about this game was UFs

"No one on this team has violated any caught a 20-yard Matthews pass to score defense was so much better than our of- "Thaf the beauty of it."
rules,"Spurrier said. "We should be able to

',' ., mpete for a title." Volleyball team outplayed in I IBy
I Whether the SEC buys Spurrier's argu- tourney

ment or not,he does bring up a point.There
is a major loophole in the SEC's rule. MIKE SCHULTZ UF coach Marilyn McReavy said the Ga- In Friday's match, Pacific dominated the
. tors lacked consistency and intensity in Gators, winning each game by the same
This UF team has committed no viola Alligator Writer
losing all three matches. But McReavy was score 15-5. Pacific jumped out to big leadsin
tions, so why does it have to forfeit its shot
nt the title? The UF volleyball team faced top-10 com- looking for positives from the weekend's all three games, and the Gators were
I petition this weekend at the Mini Invitational experience."It never able to get close.
) Spurrier isn't so much interested in being Tournament and weren't equal to the is Vikki attack
always a challenge and a learning Simonis led a balanced Pacific
I able to in bowl he is in able
play a as being challenge.The process when moving into a new and higher with 10 kills, while Suzy Schutz and
to play for a championship. Gators could not even win one gamein level of competition," McReavy said. Steffi Legall! were one and two in kills for
Spurrier said Saturday that bowls are OK, losing Friday to No.3 Pacific,Saturday to McReavy said playing against the nation's the Gators. -

but it's trying to win a championship that No. 7 Illinois and Sunday to No.1 Nebraska.In top teams gave the Gators. a competitiveedge The Gators were more competitive
.
y ,makes it all worthwhile. losing all three matches by a 3-0 score, for the future. against Illinois on Saturday, but the resultsee
**,* So Spurrier has a right to gripe. the Gators' record for the season dropped "It should help us get ready for our conference -

f All Steve is saying, is give UF a chance. below..500 to 5-6. schedule," McReavy,said.. Tournament page 21



24,ALLIGATOR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1990
'.

SPORTSSEC




is the I UF fizzles in 27-3 win over Furman IBy I



real villainin SHARON GINN
Alligator Staff Writer

When you think about UF beating Fur-
man, the word "struggle" doesn't come to

this storyIt's mind.In .
spite of the fact that the 19th-ranked
Gators were put on NCAA probation this
s sad. week, it's difficult to imagine UF being w
The man many at UF regard as a super- lackluster enough to lose to a Division
hero has now felt what it's like to be helpless. team like Furman.
The superhero in this story is football The Gators did beat the Paladins
,./aach Steve Spurrier. But while many think Florida Field Saturday, but it wasn't
in it's the close to the whipping that UF head
the villain is the NCAA, actuality,
Steve Spurrier and some of his players
SEC.Up anticipated.
until Thursday, Spurrier's dealings
Spurrier was disappointed with the
with NCAA and Southeastern Conference
formance of the Gators offense,
officials have been limited. But mention
missed several scoring
those organizations to Spurrier and
now, you the
throughout
better run for cover. Although the game.mood was lower than

after Thursday's NCAA ruling which
-> Ron Kaspriske UF on two years' probation and

LAST Gators from 1990 postseason play,
CALL said there was "no excuse"for what
on the field.
"It was tough to get up for the game
Spurrier, a man who is known for beingin t E rm
should have the to out
control during the toughest of times, has we pride go
had trouble controlling his emotions when before 73,000 people and play our
for the of Florida "Spurrier
University ,
discussing the two organizations.After .
"The defense has that. The offense
the NCAA handed UF its decision stood around out there."
Thursday, Spurrier was livid as he told mem- The Gators never were close to
bers of the media the football team didn't Furman. The Paladins led 3-0 after

deserve the penalty it received. a field goal on their second drive, but
And after the game Saturday, Spurrier were the only points they could
,/gain\ opened up to the media, criticizingboth against the UF defense.
the NCAA and UFs administrators for Even the numbers on the board
wanting to take the penalty and move on. explain Spurrier's annoyance. The score'Y

One reporter, who covered Spurrier at had 452 yards total offense,
Duke and was in town to cover the UF-Fur- Furman's 170.
man game Saturday, said he had never seen UFs running game looked solid as aA
Spurrier display his emotions the way he did shirt freshman Errict Rhett's debut
after the game. starter was impressive. Rhett finished

There's no question Spurrier has a rightto 98 yards on 19 carries. KEVIN WISNIEWSKI-ALUGATOR
be upset. But there is a question about And quarterback Shane Matthews Spurrier agonizes as he watches his offense struggle
who Spurrier should be upset with. for 236 yards and three touchdowns.But The Gators offense turned the ball over four times In their I
twice the Gators had to settle
The NCAA's system, whether it makes
field when could have had
goal they a
sense or not, is not the key issue here.
down. And kicker Ryan Ruland's field fense," Furman coach Jimmy Satterfieldsaid.
o The key issue is the Southeastern Confer- attempt from 49 yards landed on Gators in recep- "(They) put us in a situation where we

ence.When 2-yard line. said he under- had to be perfect on offense, and obviouslywe
the NCAA said UF couldn't play in Other times, UF just gave the ball happy. weren't.
.. a bowl game this year, it didn't mean theycouldn't Fullback Dexter McNabb fumbled said.
Spurrier attributes the UF defense's con-
win conference title.
a
on Furman's 1-yard line just as the and makes the
stant domination of its opponents to the
'" It was the Southeastern Conference's de- were getting ready to score. offense has the
"tremendous the have in their
cision to deny UF its chance to compete for Matthews threw two interceptions, plays and we pride". players
this year's title all because of a rule it while the Gators were in Furman performances.Pride

imposed in 1984 to deal with UPs first The other was returned 24 yards by thankful for the is something Spurrier said the Ga-

probationary period. cornerback Jason Grant to UPs 4-yard The Gators tors offense also needs to have to be able to
The SEC decided in 1S84 that because setting Furman up for its three points."If them them far win this year.
members of that UF team violated I NCAA we had been at the point for most of the

rules, the team was ineligible for the conference hoped we'd be,we'd have scored 50 "With our defense, we don't need to holdon
title. Spurrier said. "Hopefully these guys did get close to the ball," Spurrier said. "We can go
The SEC again used that rule Thursday mad as I am today" the Gators' out there,throw three incompletes and then
to deny UF a shot at the title,but as Spurrier Tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick made in its tracks. go back out three plays later.
points out, the rule doesn't apply this time. the Gators' good plays of the day game was UFs
"No one on this team has violated any caught a 20-yard() Matthews pass to than our of "That's the beauty of it"Volleyball
.: rules,"Spurrier said. "We should be able to

': ,:Compete>Whether for the a title.SEC buys Spurrier's argu- I team outplayed in tourney I IBy ;

ment not he does Thereis -
or bring up a point.
a major loophole in the SEC's rule. MIKE SCHULTZ UF coach Marilyn McReavy said the Ga- In Friday's match, Pacific dominated the
tors lacked consistency and intensity in Gators, winning each game by the same
This UF team has committed no violations Alligator Writer
:
losing all three matches. But McReavy 15-5. Pacific to leadsin
was score jumped out big
r so why does it have to forfeit its shot
J _.at the title? The UF volleyball team faced top-10 com- looking for positives from the weekend's all three games, and the Gators were
petition this weekend at the Illini Invitational experience."It never able to get close.
;; Spurrier isn't so much interested in being Tournament and weren't equal to the is always a challenge and a learning Vikki Simonis led a balanced Pacific at-
able to in bowl he is in able
play a as being challenge.The process when moving into a new and higher tack with 10 kills, while Suzy Schutz and
to play for a championship. Gators could not even win one gamein level of competition," McReavy said. Steffi Legall were one and two In kills for
1 Spurrier said Saturday that bowls are OK, losing Friday to No.3 Pacific,Saturday to McReavy said playing against the nation's the Gators.
but it's trying to win a championship that No. 7 Illinois and Sunday to No.1 Nebraska.In top teams gave the Gators a competitive The Gators were more competitive
makes it all worthwhile. losing all three matches by a 3-0 score, edge for the future. ,- against Illinois on Saturday, but the resultsee
:. ** So Spurrier has a right to gripe. the Gators' record for the season dropped "It should help us get ready for our conference -

: All Steve is saying Is give UF a chance. below .500 to 5-6. schedule ,McReavy,said. ToHnMimnt. page 21



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