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I UF willing to lose scholarships to regain bowlBy I


MATT ADAMS following year. said. "We picked a number (of "We desperately need those universities asking for another
Alligator Writer UF officials said they hope the scholarships lost) that was serious scholarships for our recruiting, he penalty," Berst said, "but I can't
NCAA will accept the proposal be- but not crippling because it was said. "If you don't have the schol- recall any instances of penalties
UF President John lombardi! cause scholarship losses are obvious that the committee did not arships to offer, you don't get re- being changed."
said Wednesday UFwill try to swap ranked as a harsher penalty than want to cripple us." cruits." But Lombardi said the lack of
future football scholarships for a postseason bans. Football coach Under the guidelines of Spurrier said competing with precedent could be seen optimis-
shot at postseason play this year. Steve Spurrier said a chance to playin Lombardi's request, UF would be quality opponents requires a solid tically.
While Lombardi! said UF would a bowl is worth the stiffer pun- allowed to offer 87 scholarshipsnext base of scholarship players."If "It's never not been done ei-
not appeal National Collegiate Athletic -' ishment. season, eight fewer than the you sign 17 athletes and four ther," he said.Lombardi .
Association sanctions leveled "The penalty on the books NCAA limit of 95. of them leave the school, it's goingto
against UF's football and men's (NCAA rulebook) is consideredmore UF now has 85 players on schol- hurt you, and it will definitelyhurt said the question
basketball teams, he asked the severe than this one," Spur- arship. After this year's scholar- your program,"he said."Now, hinged on "what extent the com-
NCAA to change one of the football rier said. "It's simply a stiffer pen- ship seniors leave UF, 17 if you sign 15 athletes, and they all mittee is going to be "willing to
team's penalties.In alty, and as coaches,we are willingto scholarships would be available for contribute down the road, that's change the procedures.
his letter to the Committee on accept it." recruits under Lombardi's plan. OK. Berst said the infractions com-
Infractions, lombardi! asked mem- The committee could decide on Coincidentally, last year the team No program has ever success- mittee probably would consider
bers to trade a ban on bowl play Lombardi's request when it meets signed 17 players. fully requested a penalty change, UF's request this weekend,but he
for the loss of 12 scholarships dur- this weekend. Lombardi said even though UF said David Berst, the NCAA assis- would not speculate on the out-
ing the next two years. In the UF "We wanted a penalty that would only used 85 scholarships this tant executive director of enforce- come.
proposal,eight scholarships wouldbe affect the institution without affect- year,the loss of additional scholar- ment. "That's for the committee to de-
lost next season and four the ing individual players," Lombardi ships would hurt future teams. "I'm sure there are instances of cide," he said.


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CARRIE SEGAL
Alligator Writer

Student Body Vice President > f
Kevin Mayeux's plea to give stu-
dents more control over the new > VOa
Student Recreation and Fitness ? INC, (ss,a
Center met with more resistance
from UF administrators Tuesday,
but Mayeux said he remains opti-
mistic that changes will be made."I .
want the charter of the rec-
reation center to be changed so
that a student-controlled board Is
able to set the funds and policiesof ." l vaN
the center," Mayeux said. The new Student Recreation and Fitness Center, billed as a completely student-run center, will have students servlng"only In an
As the charter is written, the advisory role. The center, scheduled to open next spring, will offer students, faculty and staff eight racquetball courts, two squash I I
center is run by an advisory board courts, two aerobic rooms, a weight room and a gymnasium.
composed of six students and five
UF staff or faculty members. The Mayeux, chairman of the advi- powers. dents that decisionmakingpower dents are already heavily involved
board has the power only to re- sory board, told student leaders "We want a concrete voice on Mayeux said he wants to in planning policies.see .
view policies and advise Health and administrators at Tuesday's how the facility is run," Mayeuxsaid. give Bird veto power over the I
and Human Performance Dean meeting he wants students to board's decisions.But Center, 5
Patrick Bird. have stronger decision-making As a compromise to give stu- Bird said Tuesday that stu- page



I UF research grants defy trends, increase 13 percent I


By DEBBIE CENZIPER tionally, UF research Vice President Donald This year, UF's faculty submitted about few months of this year, a 30 percent in-
Staff Writer Price said. About half of the school's re- 2,000 research proposals requesting grants crease over the same months last year. But
Alligator search money comes from federal grants About 70 percent were approved. The high problems with the federal budget may throw
UF,by far the largest research universityin while another large chunk comes from the success rate reflects the strength of their off funding later this year, Price said.
the state, received a healthy 13 percent state, he said. research and ability, Price said. The College of Dentistry fared well witha
increase in research grants this ,despitea "The real credit to the individual
year UF has an encouraging future because goes 39 percent increase this year to $5.1 mil-
struggling economy and a shrinking sup- income the last few years has increased faculty who write the proposals," Price said, lion, while the College of Medicine jumped
ply of grant money. instead of leveling. In contrast, other "You have"to have good faculty members to 15 percent to $44.9 million.see .
The $182 million in grants places UF universities' grants have tapered off, Price start with.
among the top 25 research universities na- said. UF received nearly $40 million in the first Research, page 2
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2.ALLIGATOR. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26,1990

OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK MK 0-
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. WHAT'S HAPPENINGAICHE I ; Omicron Delta Kappa D o oY

: The American Institute of Black Honor Society meets tonightat ing Room 201 to watch two French o
Chemical Engineers hosts a presentation 6 at the Institute of Black Culture. films. Call 392-0211. National Leadership Honor Society 0
by Dow Chemical tonight at Call Ramona at 3347989. Marketing: The American
6:30: in Chemistry Bldg. Room 237. Newsletter: The Environmental Marketing Association meets : Application for Membership Available at ODK Office c
Call 335-5921. Action Group newsletter staff and tonight at 7:30: in McCarty 300 J.W. Reitz Union
Sailing: The UF Sailing Team and the Corporate Responsibilty Com- Auditorium. Last day to accept new a

Sailing Club meets tonight at 8:30: in mittee meets today at 5 on the Reitz member applications. Call Shannonat Applications Due by: Friday Sept. 28th 4:30: pm oat
Little Hall Room 121. Call Robert at Union's North lawn. Call 392-MAKE. 375-2702 or Scott at 377-5560. 8 1
373-1566. Speech and debate: The UF VISA:Volunteers for International the OAK Office
COAR: Campus Organized Speech and Debate Team meets Student Affairs meets tonight at 6 in
Against Rape meets today at 5:15: in tonight at 7 in 346 Dauer Hall. Call Reitz Union Room 347. Call Ada at o OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK *

Engineering Sciences Building Shawn at 334-8025. 334-8116.
Room 303. Call 336-4025. Democrats: The College Bike racing: Team Florida
Canoe and raft: The UF Canoe Democrats meet tonight at 8 in Reitz Bicycle Racing Club meets tonight at
and Rafting Club meets tonight at 6 Union Room B-60. Call Shawn at 334- 8:30: in the Reitz Union. Room number THREE AND FOUR YEAR
in Turlington 2346. Call 373-2979. 8025. will be posted in elevator. Call
SPJ: The Society of Professional Against hate crimes: The Com 3733308. SCHOLARSHIPSNAVYMARINE
Journalists has fall initiation tonightat munity Against Hate Crimes meets Journal:The Undergraduate Jour
8:30: in the John Paul Jones Con tonight at 6 at the Institute of Black nal of the University of Florida is CORPS ROTC
ference Room in Weimer Hall. The Culture, 1510 W. University Ave. accepting submissions in areas of fiction
Gainesville Sun editor Malcom Gib- Call Jenny at 378-5655. poetry, photography art and
son will be the guest speaker. Those Women's studies: The Women's non-fiction now through Oct. 17 in Eligibility: Freshman or Sophomore student in a
who want to go to the national con Studies Association will have an Little Hall Room 352. Call 334-8910. technical degree program; must have one semesterof
vention must attend. Call Mary at open house tonight at 6:30: in Reitz Fire rescue: The Gainesville Fire calculus completed, be Interested In the Navy's
3762915. Union Room 121. Call Julie at 378- Rescue Association meets Thursday Nuclear Power Officer Program or be a minority
Hump day: The Reitz Union Pro 4493. night at 7:30: at Fire Station '2, 2210 student (black or hispanic).
gram Council Orange & Brew Com Island fast: The Environmental SW Archer Road. Call Jeff at 335- Value: full tuition, lab expenses, textbooks,
mittee will have a Hump Day Horticulture Club is hosting Island 5528. uniforms, Incidental expenses and $100 tax-free
Acoustic Hour tonight at 6 in the Fest '90 today at 5:30: in the greenhouses Get tough: The Isshinryu Karate
of academic
each month the
O&B. Jim Gerdeman will perform. behind Fifield Hall. Club meets every Monday, Wednesday year.
Call Ellen at 3921665. Fun and games: Gamma Sigma and Friday evening from 4:306In :
Speech: The National Student Sigma national service sorority Is the Women's Gym. Call Jeff at 335-! CALL 392-0973, VAN FLEET HALL

Speech Language and Hearing Association having a"Games Night/Sundae Bar"as 5917.Marine
meets tonight at 6:30: in part of rush tonight at 6 in the Issue: The Environmental
Turlington Hall 2305. Dr. Crary will Yulee Hall Recreation Room. Call Action Group Marine Issues Com
speak on swallowing disorders. Call 392-4094 or Katerrl at 3348065.Art mittee meets today at 5 in Reitz
332-5450. : The Art History Association Union Room B-71. Call Erick at 334-
Black honor: Beta Eta Sigma meets today at 5 in Fine Arts Build- 9002. STUDENT GOVERNMENT
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RESEARCHfrom trailed by the College of Engineering search building. 0
which received about $27 million I

page 1 Federal money played a large I 1--1
Price said. role in a UF researcher's discovery Is Accepting Applications for:
Because UF is home to the Health Affairs Vice President in July that a common medicine
Health Science Center and the Institute David Challoner said his faculty used in organ transplant operationsmay
of Food and Agricultural Sciences excel in national research and always prevent juvenile diabetes. e Chairman of Student

it receives more money than are in need of more money.
: Government Productions
other universities. UF pathologist Noel Maclaren
many The Health Science Center has said the medicine could save

Combined, the two centers increased its emphasis on researchand 50,000 people each year from the e Chairman of Accent
racked up $90 million in grants, has built a new academic re- disease.

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I Lombard Budget cuts will affect UF for yearsBy I


DEBBIE CENZIPER budget proposal favored by UF and member panel that guides Cutting one-time expenses State University System decline
Alligator Staff WriterA state education officials, Lombardi! Florida's nine public universities, such as buying chairs or fixing a caused by the cuts will depend on
said the budget fallout will scar UF. approved UF's three proposed bud- leaky roof- may save money this state legislators. If the money
tired-looking UF President The plan would dip into two state get plans Monday and favored the year, but the need will not disap spent to subsidize the cuts is given
John Lombardi! told his staff Tues- trust funds and suspend about $3 trust fund proposal. pear. lombardi! said those needs back to universities, there may be
day to expect this year's budgetwoes million in equipment purchasesand While Regents were approvingUFs will crop up again when UF puts future progress, he said.
which are forcing him to building maintenance.He budget proposals, Lombardi! together next year's budget.But Health Affairs Vice President
refund millions to the state, to said a "general decline" will continued his crusade to pull bud- spreading the losses among David Challoner said UF's Health
leave the school in a financial pinch be felt the next few years in every get power out of Tallahassee and one-time expenses will help UF Science Center general revenue
for several years. nook of UF. Although give it to the administrators at dodge the most drastic measure budget must be cut about $4.5
"We're doing our normal crisis administrators' original proposal, Florida's nine public universities. canceling some summer terms, million and all six medical collegeswill
management," Lombardi! said, eliminating summer classes, appears Giving each university more Lombardi said. The move also will be "stifled."
after two weeks of wrangling witha unlikely, no proposals or control will allow the schools to dip limit faculty firings, he said. "It is more than bare bones,"
statewide 5 percent budget cut money cuts are good ones,he said. Vice Provost Gene told
into trust funds and cut permanent Hemp Challoner said. "I. don't see how
caused by diminished tax returns "We may have achieved victory things such as equipment pur- administrators that faculty firings we have any other choice in the
and a slow economy. for the students, but it's a temporary chases and building maintenance, must be approved by Lombardi and matter. It will be felt and inevitably
Even if Gov. Bob Martinez and victory," Lombardi! said. Lombardi! said. But even this approach state education officials. degrade the quality of what we're
the Cabinet approve on Oct. 9 a The Board of Regents, the 13- has its drawbacks, he said. Hemp said later that any future about to do."


CAR ACCIDENT I Application for SG seats


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open; party slating varies


By CARRIE SEGAL randa said of his party.
Alligator Writer Forty Student Senate seats are availablefor
the Oct. 10 elections and any student can
Students who want to join one of Student run by filling out an application in Reitz
Government's two political parties for the Union Room 331.
upcoming election must do so this week by Potential candidates must be taking 12
going to the Reitz Union's third floor or credit hours, have a 2.0 grade point average
calling a 24-hour hotline. and not be on conduct probation to run for
The Vision Party is taking the traditionalSG SG positions. The process of checking po-
route by asking students to fill out a tential candidates' requirements, called
questionnaire about themselves in the "qualifying," starts today at 9 a.m. and will
Union,but the new 32608 Coalition is takinga continue through Friday at 5 p.m.
very different path asking Students also must pick up a
3 potential candidates to call party copy of the election rules because
leaders anytime of the day or they are responsible for knowingthe I
night. rules once they qualify.
Both parties then will set up 11 Potential candidates then can
formal interviews with the poten- choose to run with one of the two
tial candidates.The parties or independent of a party. tH
Vision Party, which swept SG FALL ELECTIONS Miranda said his 20-member
the spring elections, also is party focuses specifically on the
charging the usual $50 to join,or 32608 ZIP code area, which In-
"slate," with the party. This money is usedto cludes the apartments along Archer Roadin
print the campaign materials that are southwest Gainesville, and encourages
I distributed on campus, said Student Body students interested in running to call 335-
DONALD LEVAN Vice President Kevin Mayeux.But .
The driver of a Chevy Malibu crashed into a power pole at the 3900 block of 2812 anytime.He .
West University Avenue Tuesday The driver is listed in stable to good the 32608 Coalition, which was con- said the party is looking for people to
ceived two weeks ago, is not charging a
I condition at Shands Hospital. Police could not identify the driver as of late slating fee, said party president Nelson Mi- run for the nine open Senate seats in the
Tuesday. randa. 32608 area, but added that the party is not

"Everything is going to be different," Mi- see Parties, page 7


I Investigation slows ; part-time spokesman uninformed I

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By MATTHEW SAUER velopments through one part-time and I decided we needed to get But the new spokesman denies back pages of the newspapers."
Writer spokesman. back to our own duties," Darnell that his appointment has caused a Gerard, who said he was not
Alligator Gainesville Police spokes- said.But news"blackout"or is a result of the interviewed by FDLEinvestigatorsabout
The new spokesman for the woman Lt. Sadie Darnell and Al- with Gerard at the helm of Florida Department of Law the news leaks, said less
Gainesville murder investigation is achua County Sheriffs spokesmanLt. the investigation only part time, Enforcement's investigation into information is to be expected.
following the motto-Hear no evil, .Spencer Mann were removedlast details have slowed dramatically. news leaks within the Task Force. "You can't expect the same level
see no evil, speak no evil. week as full-time representatives Gerard answers all questions "To me, a blackout is when information,"he said."You don't
Law enforcement agencies in- of the Task Force and re- concerning the Task Force,a combination there's no information available at go from two full-time people to one
vestigating the murders of five placed by Gainesville Police Sgt. of local, state and federal all," Gerard said. That's not the guy without a cut in information."
local college students have cappedthe Dick Gerard. investigators, and has asked themto case here. The investigation has Gerard also said he handlessee
flow of Information available "Since there's been less of an give him only the information simply gotten to a lower level of
Officer, 4
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I York youth shot woundedNEW WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1990 8:00: PM e

Anyone Interested In Classical languages or civilization please

YORK (UPI) A 13-year-old girl sitting on a fired from a rooftop near the housing project where stop by the Classics department (3C Dauer Hall) for more
bench in Brooklyn with a friend was shot in the head she lived. Information. _
and slightly wounded, police said Tuesday. She was Detectives were investigating a report that the slain !i! 376-6681 ;
i the fourth child felled in the city by gunfire in four child, identified as Laykama Taylor, 12, was not the Old members welcome and encouraged to attend.
days. victim of random gunfire but the target of a hit, .
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The teen was taken to Brookdale Hospital where authorities said.
she was treated for a superficial wound and released Taylor was shot in the upper right back just after '
Tuesday, a spokeswoman for the facility said. 4 p.m. as she braided her girlfriend's hair in a P' 'i1
The girl, whose name was not released, was shotat playground at the Cypress Hills houses, police said.
9:50: p.m. Monday outside the Pink Houses, a Hours before Taylor was killed, a 15-year-old girl Pitchers
housing project in the crime-plagued East New York walking with a friend in Brooklyn's Bedford-
section of Brooklyn, police said. Stuyvesant neighborhood was shot in the leg by a NR 1
"She was sitting on a bench...with another 13yearold stray bullet fired from across the street. Wednesday Night 33
girl when she heard shots," detective Joseph Last Friday, a 12-year-old girl was shot and
i McConville said."She started to run and then realized wounded while playing in a Harlem playground.The .
that she was shot in the head." four girls were the latest victims of a midsummer Progressive Music
McConville said the girl was struck by a pellet fired crime wave that has left more than a dozen young
from a shotgun. Her girlfriend was unharmed.An children wounded by gunfire. Six of them, including I with
east New York girl was killed Sunday by a bullet Taylor, have died.
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1 Medicine shortage in U.S.S.R. critical I 7i!:

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MOSCOW (UPI) -The shortage of medicines in that deliveries under existing contracts might stop GATOR BUMPERS I 1 Ja Op(
the Soviet Union is reaching the critical stage with and that foreign partners will not conclude more 238 W. University Z
less than three-quarters| of the required drugs avail- deals." S 371-9385 I [[)[jJ tJlJ
able this year, a top Soviet health official said Tues- He added that Eastern European countries only
delivered about 75 percent of the normal amount of ,
day.Deputy Health Minister Alexei Moskvichev said medicines this year after the radical shifts in trade
while last year the country had only 86 percent of the within the former East Bloc after last fall's peaceful
Pharmaceuticals it needed,this year the shortage will revolutions.
be even worse with only 72 percent of the need met. Moskvichev said in addition to hard currency for
Moskvichev said domestic production currently more imports, the Soviet pharmaceutical industryalso
meets 39.4 percent of the country's requirements.Vital needs a cash infusion to improve production
imports are threatened because the governmentis facilities.If .
in debt for previous shipments. the pharmaceutical industry is given the hard
"Vneshekonombank (Bank for Foreign Economic currency it needs, it will be able to continue to
Affairs) repaid only a part of bills of foreign firms for produce about a third of the medicine needed in the
medicines purchased this year," Moskvichev told the country. Without increased budgets it will only be
official Tass news agency. "There is a real danger able to manufacture 19 percent, he said.

. Pentagon official says Iraqi sanctions effectiveWASHINGTON I 25 B uds

(UPI!) The Pentagon said Tues- sent warships into the area.
day that Iraq is losing about $100 million a day in On Aug. 16,President Bush ordered U.S.warshipsto $
revenue from banned oil exports and that the U.N. enforce the U.N. sanctions against Iraqi goods.The -
economic sanctions have "proven very effective." United Nations late last month adopted a resolution
Iraq's imports have been "significantly reduced," approving enforcement of the embargo.
Pentagon spokesman Pete Williams said. "Right now Williams said there have been 1,290 interceptionsof
less than 15 percent of the Iraqi merchant fleet is commercial ships in the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of
operating on the high seas. Oman and the Red Sea since the operation began,
"The U.N.-sponsored economic sanctions imposedon and that most of these have been through radio
Iraq,we believe, have so far proven very effective. contact.
The Pentagon estimates loss of revenue from oil He said there have been 110 boardings to inspectthe +
exports alone to Iraq to be about $100 million a day," cargo by naval forces of various countries. Of the Th +e 0 r.Q n g e Q n d ?.B r e ur P res+ en t s:

Williams said. 110, 100 were by American vessels, he said.
The United States has more than 50 warships in Since the operation began, warning shots have
the Middle East region to help enforce the U.N. been fired near Iraqi tankers, and some ships have
embargo which was adopted in retaliation for Iraq's been diverted from Iraq or the Jordanian port of
Aug. 2 invasion of Kuwait. Other nations have also Aqaba,but no violence or injuries have been reported.
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OFFICERfrom even though searches of two pondsat creased last week,and the need for
page 3 Gatorwood and Hawaiian Village more or fewer patrols will be madeon
apartments last week turned up no a daily basis, Gerard said.
about 10 percent of the questionsand significant clues -only junk.
information that Darnell and
He also said 150 people remain
Mann dealt with earlier in the in-
Patrols by local police, sheriffs involved in the Task Force,half on
vestigation. deputies and Florida Highway Pa- patrols and.half-as investigators.But .
Despite the lack of activity, Ge- trol officers in the southwest area most of the work of pursuing
rard said the investigation"going of Gainesville where the five vic- leads is being done internally, he
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ate Vice President Ed Poppell, Service Fee, a $4.75 charge thatis
from page 1 who was involved in the plan- added to tuition for every UF spokesman begins new
ning of the center, said at credit hour students take, will I
Although Mayeux's new pro- Tuesday's meeting he was dis- go to pay the recreation center's Rollins
posal calls for Bird to have veto appointed that the issue of stu- operating costs. position at CollegeOne
power, the dean said he doesn't dent control has arisen.
of UF's is five said it's an exciting opportunity
years
Mayeux said his proposed top spokesmen
want to be put In that position."I He added that other advisory
charter should be accepted be- leaving Gainesville to begin a new because he'll be able to
boards have lot of
am personally dedicated to on campus a
it's position in different environmentat shape the public relations depart
cause similar to the currentone a
having a first-class center, Bird power and are all doing a great
said. "I see myself as a student job. but it goes a step further Rollins College, a private, liberal ment and help plan long-range
advocate." and gives students the voice arts school with 3,500 students. goals.
"Nothing can happen to the
The dean also said he wantsto center without student ap- they want. Information and Publication Ser "There are challenges there that
continue being Involved in the proval Poppell said. "You hold vices associate director Larry I look forward to," Humes said.
operations of the center."I all the marbles because you But Bird said the current Humes said he promised UF he'llstay
Humes is former and
am responsible for basically have the money.What more pol- charter has not yet had a chanceto through Homecoming week a reporter
what happens over there..in icy capacity do you need?" work. end. After that, he plans to start his worked at the Florida Times Union
Rollins' associate for three years before taking a po-
new position as
that I have to have latitude andI But Mayeux said students
vice for media relations. sition at UF.
have to be in a position to makea need control over more than the "If you let it operate, then we president
decision," Bird said. purse strings. could have some information to Humes, who has been at UF for DEBBIE CENZIPER

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Santa Fe Community College students? Certainly no one

who has visited the Infirmary recently.It .

takes almost 30 minutes for someone to pull your f v

chart just to get a file with your name on it. We won't f

even discuss how long it takes to see a doctor.Or .

the parking. What parking, you ask? Surely you've
noticed that handful of spaces in the lot where Johnson

Hall used to be. You know, that small strip of spaces that

are marked "For Infirmary Use Only."

After all, does a campus that has more than 34,000 stu-

dents need more than a few parking spaces for patients?

Evidently not. And now, in the wisdom of Infirmary
,director Boyd Kellett, UF surveyed SFCC students to findif Do blonds really have more fun?

they would like to share our health-care facilities.
For the past five years, I was a fake"natural"blond.It .
Can you believe that they do? all started while I was living in Hawaii. Most of eo Mark Raines

That's just what we need about 12,500 more stu- the small percentage of white males who attended my LIFE GOES ON
high school had bleached blond hair. I asked my
dents allowed access to the Infirmary.We .
mother if I could lighten my hair. She said no. But to
don't mean to sound cruel. SFCC should provide a teenager, "no" means "yes," and when my parentswere Do blonds really have more fun? Any talk show
both of I kit and host who has ever had a show that gave makeoversto
out town, bought a lightenedmy
of health But the of UF
some sort care. not at expense stu- hair.A average people would admit that small cosmetic
dents. changes like a new hair color or style can alter one's
year later, when we moved back to Long Beach,
Kellett's plan includes establishing a "triage" unit at the Miss., old friends believed the sun had bleached out attitude and possibly improve his or her self-esteem.
SFCC main campus, where nurses could treat studentsfor my hair. It is true that my hair becomes lighter when Likewise,being a"natural"blond made me feel better
about time adolescence when
myself at a ( ) people
to the but not to the
exposed sun, platinum blond
small but the would be
injuries, major cases sent to doubt their selfimages.On .
extreme.Originally my hair was dirty blond,borderingon
the UF
Infirmary.Out light brown.Unfortunately. the flip side of being blond,I learned that many
of 12,500 students, there's bound to be lots of there are two things I did not know people do take it for granted thatblondsare air-headed.
before hair dark Seldom is a brunette called "brownie but as a blondI
major cases. Too many for us. dyeing my : eyebrows and dark roots. ,
Every two to four weeks, I had to buy another box of I was constantly referred to by the color of my hair.
Kellett's justification for opening the Infirmary to SFCC hair color to keep the roots from being too dark. Would I do it all over again if I had the chance?
"students is to bring in more revenue for the health-care What started out little white
as a lie turned into The last four years I was blond were the best yearsof
service. The SFCC students would be required to pay a one long fish story. For the rest of high school and my life. Whether my hair influenced that or not, I
health fee to use the Infirmary, just like UF students. the first two years of college, I insisted I was a natural am not sure. Looking back, I think I would lightenmy
blond. I even made such statements as,"I would haveto hair if I could do it all over again. I would not lie
Kellett says that while he doesn't plan to hire more doc- bleach my hair almost every other day to keep it about the change and go to such extremes to keep
tors and nurses to deal with the extra 12,500 students this blond," or, "My mother would kill me if I dyed the charade going. I regret that I lied to my friends.I .

who would have access to the Infirmary, he plans to my hair. Both statements were close to the truth. I would recommend a new hair color or style to

schedule some of the existing physicians for night hours, During my blond years, many friends were skeptical anyone who is depressed or just needs a change. I
to accommodate SFCC. Sounds like fewer people will be that I did not dye my hair. But close friends were would also strongly suggest not lying to friends or
either convinced by what I had said
the or came to co-workers in 'a new town if a does change
working during day. person
understand that I believed my hair was naturally blond. their hair color. '
What good does it do to bring in more money to im- The friends who constantly questioned my blond hair
annoyed me. Even if they thought my hair color was I learned the hard way that honesty is truly the
the facilities if the building is so crowded that stu-
prove best policy.
fake, friends should have accepted that I felt more
dents would rather stay home and nurse themselves back
comfortable thinking hair color real.
my was Mark Raines is a UF telecommunications junior.the
to health than visit the Infirmary?
LETTERS TO THE EDITORClub
It doesn't seem to mean a lot to Kellett, who, ever since
he got here, has listed plan after plan to streamline the In- 'promotion'bothered Gainesville murderer could reputation of,being a responsible
and make it have been there before the killings campus
,, firmary run more efficiently. readerEditor occurred. newspaper.Jennifer Walker

w It would be nice, just once in a while, to hear less Sexual exploitation can lead to 1UF
t'' about administrative efficiency and more about improving : I was very displeased with rape. One out of every four women
students' health care. the promotion you gave to Cafe is raped.One rape is reported every 'Liberal attitude is
Risque in The Alligator's Sept. 19 six minutes. Out of these rapes, 75
issue. Why should a campus percent of the men were drinking, contradictoryEditor
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alligatorEditor newspaper promote a nude, bar prior to the assault.'I have gottenall '
--i even if it is "classy?" \ of my facts from COAR. :The editorial that appearedin

Judy A. Plunkett t All of us just want to learn from Sexual exploitation is not "clas- the Sept.20 issue of The Alligator
attitude
;y Managing Editor Opinions Editor the recent tragedies and go on with sy" or "good for the community." ,expressed the typical liberal
our lives, but we cannot. Earlier It is very detrimental. Pornography : Protect the guilty and
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier this month, The Alligator reportedthat can lead to rape and violent crime. ,destroy the Innocent (0.e. ban the
most violent sexual ,crimes If to ,death penalty and allow abortion
you are going "
Letters Policy support Cafe'Risque 'on' demand frightening,
Pretty
begin with the assailant's exposureto )
Utters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be then please publish a '
'
typed, double-spiced withheld. They should Include a typed name address and telephone pornography. Why wouldyouturn ,column supporting COAR and edu- isntit?
number. Names will be If the writer shows Just ca .'. If you have any questions call around and
the editorial. page editor at 376-4458. publish an article ,cate our community about date Paul
,on Cafe Risque? For all we know, rape. Then you will regain the'' Stevenson

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OPEN YOUR EYES! PARTIESfrom searching for people to run with them, said ment Committee that is continuing to make
Vision Party Chairwowan Elisha Cohen. Student Government more aware of the
The Alligator has page 3 "We are looking for the most qualified needs of all students," she said.
coupons to save you restricted to people living only in that area. people,"she said. "People who are going to She said the Vision Party will try to fill all
money! "We're looking for people who are willing give a lot of time to Student Government, 40 available Senate seats, and will try to getas
Find them..USE THEM! to put in the time and effort to work with us enthusiastic people who care about the de- many students as possible to slate with
in accomplishing our goals," Miranda said. sires and needs of their constituents." them.
Two of the 32608 Coalition's goals are the Many of the Vision Party's goals are a Those Interested In joining the Vision
annexation of the southwest area to become continuation of its platform issues from last Party can talk to party leaders in the Union's
part of the City of Gainesville, and to Imple- spring. Cohen said the party is going to push third.floor conference room from 9 a.m. to 5
ment a neighborhood crime watch. toward improved safety on campus and bet p.m.Wednesday and Thursday,and in Reitz
The Vision Party, which took the top SG ter racial relations. Union Room 334 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
F positions in last February's elections,also is "We also established a Campus Involve- Friday.

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7428. 9-27-5-4 Rockwood Villas M rmmt needed for own Covers, also. Call Matt 377-2110. 10-5- save you $$$ Call Kevin 335-5681 10-
ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 bdr/2ba w/study,
end unit blinds. 575mo./ Call 335-2703. 1 bdrm furnished apt. In Pine Rush. Biking fully turn br/ba. Nice 3br/3ba condo w/all
9-26-10-2 distance from UF. $200 mo. lease amenities 225mo. Call Dan 336-9332.

(orlg. $279)). 3 mo. lease and has tic./ 9-28-5-5
1 bed apt (turn or unfurn WILLIAMS- Must' ,lease. Call 334-8748 or Ive. msg. THE MOST
F roommate house In NW area $200mthand
BURG VILLAGE. 3761253. 10-12-19-2 9-27-4-4
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**Apartment near Shands, recently renovated Sublease-very close to campus. N.W. bath clean roommates attend SantaFe. FOR YOUR. .
2 bedroom private backyard. lot side. 1 bdr $285/water Included. Call 334- Call 377-7964. 9-28-3-5
'''month damage depo.lt. Call 338.4575 7425. 10.1.5.4
M to share 1 bdrm apt $125, 1/2 utll pets
or 372.2115g. 10.2..2
1 bdr/1 ba apt, safe area, close to campus, ok EYEGLASS DOLLARSimple
Duplex apt for rent 1 br Ir kit, bath ac/heat, 245mo.. Sept. free call 335-3864 after or sublease same apt $250 no dep call
3blks from UF, 1blk off Univ. Ave. $250 1pm. 10.1.5.4Subl..eWalk Julie 334-8863 Iv menage 9-27-2-5

monthly plus security. A frame also, call
338-1839. 9-27-7-2 to Campus, Clean furnished F n/s, own rm In fully turn twnhse. I Value. EYE EXAMS
studio, next to pool ft laundry. a/cwash/dry, pool, no P'". Dep + lyr I .. ARCHER RD

*"No Parking hassle iblk from UF, 1 bdr.,; 250month. Sept. Free. 3710382leavemenage. / 332-4333.lease reg'd. l75/mo + 1/4 utll.. Call Our little wooden building' helps keep cost down Just Past Butler Plaza
fully equipped, modern apt., Frazer Home. 10-1-5-4 9-28-3-5 across from RAX)
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Apts. 372-9522. 9-28-6-2 quality glasses. dont pay mall rent.
Sublet nice one bdrm apt thru 6/30/ or F roommate In nice condo near Oaks You save big money.
2 weeks free 8/15./ $2SO/mo No security one full Mall must like pets. Call 335-1934 leave 11A
Studio $219 1222 NW 8th Ave month's rent paid. Cats, allowed 335-' menage $23S/mo + 1/3 utll.. furnished I Ask about.. ** "" -- ...
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371.7777 20 OFF or
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FOR SALE FOR SALEFOR MOTORCYCLES AUTOSFord SERVICES

WANTED: BASEBALL CARDS Top $ SALE
Paid) Also 10 speed bike lor sale $80. Stun Guns, Chain Alarms, Key Sprayers, with Ninja 250, 9000 Bell ml, excellent condition Fairmont 79, 76k, automatic white INDIVIDUAL TUTORING by Pat. Learn to
Call Jell' & 3348503. 9-26-6-6 protect yourself security.. Use at home, at375.4221leave matching helmet $1750 obo. Jim color, red Inside, a/c/ stereo, $1200' call better utilize your Word Perfect 5.0,
school, etc. 813-825-2457, 9-28-5-6 message. 9-26-3-8 334-5868 after 3 pm. 10-2-5-9, dBase III or Lotus. Call 3730481. 9-28-
CD'S FOR SALE $10. All Kinds But Hurry 5-11
Also Fender Tube Amp Bandmaster 81 Yamaha Maxim, low miles, extras, h.lm.I Cheap 1980 Ford
Only a limited supply. Fosgate car Reverb Fairmont. Runs good,
amp./tubt. Call Jeff 334-8503 8-26-6-6 Head, loud, sweet tube sounds, 15000, cover. Excellent condition $800 obo many new parts. Have all paperwork. Economics Student Interested In Earning
also EV 12 speaker In cabinet 90.00, call 371-8371 or 375-0172. 9-26-3 $700 obo. Call Joe or Laura 335-1419 or Extra Money For Writing And Research.Call .
Yamaha FG- OOa acous. guitar w/ strap & 376-3267. 8-27-2-6 Iva mlg. 10-2-5-9 374-
1973 BMW R75/5/ ,American style, no fair-
softshell ca..180..CD stereo 4034. 9-26-5-11'
moving sale: Contemporary Ing, good cond, charcoal grey, $900, 373. 1980 HONDA ACCORD
camp nvr used Sharp dx-880.$180."cy- queen size 0307 4dr new paint,
cling lm-$20"ellp on fen-$7*'BS blk waterbed, black vinyl headboard & match- eves after e. 10-1-5-8' tires, and tinting. Needs engine work.

Tomos moped-$300"all neg./call/ 336- Ing slderalls perfect condition $200, 81' Jawla I Call Brian 3359642. Leave Message.. WASHMASTERSSuperior
moped good condition, low
85081 8-26-5-6 matching black dresser 6 drawer a mirror 10-2-5-9
$150, 19" color TV $80call 3753604. miles. $275 neg. w/ U-lock. Call 377- Car Care

1873 Eagle bus serial 8997 Entertainer 10-2-5-6 8726. 10.2.5.8 BMW 325e. 1887 Must sell. Excellent 373-3191

conversion. No better to entertain at the 1984 Honda cond. black leather Int. sunroof, built In
games. Must... Call Ben Reed 1.800- BILLY IDOL TIX Condition Nighthawk S 700cc exc. radar del. $15900/080. Call 3356345. Located at campus Amoco
custom silver paint, 2 new tires LEAVE Handwash, Window in ft out
356-6610. 10-3-10-8 For Sale Fri., 28 MESSAGE. 10-2-5-8
Sept.
w/ Shoel helmet. $1500 call David 373- Armor-all Dash and Tires, Vacuum
In Orlando. 334-9725. 8-26-1-6 5112. 10-2-5-6
Mixer, 18 channel, great for live bands or 10 WANTEDLocal $1000
recording, call lor more Info., $800 neg, King size, black, waveless waterbed, originally 9-28-5-11
3321428. 9-26-4-6 $600, now $300 obo, owned lor 3 9 AUTOS
Artist needs GOLD Thorough Research Papers. All subjects
3354544. : Gems Class
days, 10-5-8-6 .
2 1 month old moutaln bikes $300 each 82 white Isuzu mark, S-spd, $1400. Ask Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine 212-580-6938.any format. Fast, reliable, accurate.

mshik! pueblo 8 hardrock with U-locks call 7 REAL for Lucy after' 7pm 3713177. 9-26-5-8 Jewelry 373-8243. 12-14-76-10 10-1-5-11
ESTATETake
377-1366 If not home leave messageobo.
STUN"GUNS
9-27-5-6 1986 Ford Escort GT SOk-ml, blk ext/tan Have caSh, need motorcycle: up to 550 PROTECT YOURSELF! Various
cc. Not Interested In two-strokes or dirt avail. For FREE Info., send 1111addr..d
over Int. AM/FM
payments no equity required. stereo, bra. Save $600 no
Condo 2br/2ba. bikes. Call Stephanie 373-0016. 8-26-5- stamped envel. to: Box 3901Gardens
Let It for a/c.
pay college. Asking $3250obo. Call Jon 3753600.
SALE Oaks Mall 10 CA. 90247. 10-2-5-11
area, loft-style study area, 8-26-5-9

All guitars 50% off wash/dry, porch. Call 407-862-8522. 8- Problems In Math? Then call Greg at
ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 4 TENN. TIX. WANTEDCall
Gibson, Les Paul $240 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED RATES, low payments, fast drive- 33535583744893.285.10/ 3778308.only $12.Professional hour. 10215.11 Tutoring offeredat
per
Fender Strat w/cas/ $399 thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277

Takaminie classic $149 REPAIR 377CARS. WE CARE. 10-4-10-8 WANTED: AUBURN TIX Personal Protection, tear gas, pocket

Alvarez Acoustic $119BuyusedSAVEBIG Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery MAZDA GLC WAGON 81, Auto A/C, PB, Need 21 sized, 1395. Great gift LCM 2841 A
Call Chris or Eric- Forest Hill Blvd.
W. Palm Beach Fl.
available.
4236 SW 35 Terrace
AM/FM, Excel. Cond., Full Main. & Service 335-8225 Iv
across from Alley Katz 336-3825. 9-28- msg 33406. 103128.11
Rec. 1250. 336-7533 9-27-5-8
8-28-7-10
Gold Standard 3772646MCS 14-8
English Second Lab,
Language
reading
1885 Yamaha RZ-350 axe cond. Racingkit 71 Dataun 240Z strong engine, quick and Lincoln Continental 4-dr 1975 or thereabouts writing speaking. Call Bob 3758353. 8-
Technics
85 w/channel $100
rec.
; lots of fun
Call
$1200 o.b.o. Alex 372-
Inc exhaust. Very fasti Last of 2-stroke for half-hour photographing. Will 28.3.11
7-band equalizer $50; Microwave $30; All 0838. 8-26-3-9
Yellow/blk./ 335- call 375-8710.
street. l550neg. Ray pay 9-26-5-10
'leave
$ firm. Call Andy 374-6565 mess.
un Iv m... 8-26-10-8 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
1868 Cadillac convertible, new transmission WANTED: fix for LSU (Oct 6)) call 377- Get conlld.nllall..llng and treatment at
good Interior, runs good, needs
6397 ask for Leslie or Iv. mess. 8-26-3-10 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881. 12-
some body work. $1750, call Don after 5

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited & 373-9535. 62859DEPENDABLE 8-28-5-10 Need 4 tix to LSU game 373-7026 eves 14-76-11

HONDA Civic for only ** GATOR MOVING **

by Trude Michel Jaffe $1000. 1983, a/c, 4spd. runs well. Must Wanted Mississippi State tickets. Call Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1-

ACROSS 5 Hl-fl part 36 Morally corrupt 47 Comforts sell; It's a good deal. Kevin 335i7986 374-4633. ask for Jim or Trey. 8-27-4-10 Item/Hie Full. Days/Eves. Long dis.

1 Winged Insects 6 Scott or John 37 Sioux 48 Not those msg. 10-5-10-9 Ar Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill/ 374-4781. 12-14-76-11'
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6 Hoary 7 Actor's quest 38 Pasture 50 Big sip 89 HONDA Civic hatchbak si, a/c. Pioneer If not, check out the Typing Services sec SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
10 Strip of wood 8 Skill 42 Most 51 Nap stereo, power sunroof, new tires, tint, tion for someone who fit, boarding woodier facilities j
14 Contribution 9 Up to now reasonable 52 Former mates mats, 38000 mi. $8500 or reasonable off. hay rides parties sales working

15 Knowledge 10 Spirited 43 Wither 53 Alaskan city 335-1142. 8-26-2-8 3 Mississippi I State Tix Students accepted. 466-3224 3758080.

16 Father, In Paris 11 Nocturnal 44 Virginia Senator 54 Minor tantrum Attention* Audi 4000s For Sale Mint Will pay $$$, 375-3198 Iv. message. 9- 12-14-76-11
17 President and mammal John 58 OwnsVicePresident 28-4-10
Condition! 1984 Asking $2500
: 12 Brazilian 45 Excessive 57 Eggs, for tiate. Call Cheryl at 377-3074. after nego 5. 9- *SUNBELT MOVING*
1945 macaw 46 Byron or Betty Caesar's salad 28-4-9 3 LSU TICKETS Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies
needed for student side call 335-2934
20 Glorify 13 Principle ; 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist.
21 Accustom 18 Sound of ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: 1989 Honda Prelude sops pb Sspd power pl..I.av. message. 8-28-3-10 Lie/Ins. Priced for Students' Marty 375-

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25 Ski course 24 Hebrew letter dows fuel-in near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
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,ALLIGATOR,WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 26,IM


I SPORTSUF I





should Versatile Sullivan




accept itspunishment settles as receiverBy


Sullivan was recruited as a
SHARON GINN
quarterback. The Gators al-
Staff Writer
Alligator ready had star quarterback

Alonzo Sullivan is the Jim Jensen Kerwin Bell and backup Her- Y Y AN

of UF football. bert Perry, so he was switchedto '

Whoever said life was going to be fair? He's everywhere.Or wide receiver and redshirtedin

UF President John Lombardi!, football at least, he could be. Sulli- the fall of 1987."I .

coach Steve Spurrier, the press and many van,a 6foot3,188pound junior was used to throwing for a
others have been harping on the NCAA decision from Largo, is normally the different offense,"Sullivan said."I .

for nearly a week now. The decisionto backup for Tre Everett at wide was an option quarterback,

ban the UF football team from a bowl game receiver. and here they were more like a
and consequently the Southeastern Confer But he also is known for his drop-back type offense."

ence Championship isn't fair. ability to play Unfortunately

But that's the way life is sometimes. It's every position on for Sullivan,
special teams. the did
time for the university to put this thing behind Part move
of the
And when you rea- not get him
it, and learn from the experience.
factor in his high forSullivan's much playing
school quater- son time. The Ga-

Schultz back experience, versa- tors were gain- Xk 4
SPORTUGUESEBut it's obvious ing most of their "
Sullivan's cut tility can be at- yardage on the aK

from the same tributed to his ground, so the

will it?The university's response to the mold as Jensen use of more
Miami size. Sullivan is than
two
a or
whole situation seems to be, "Beat me, whipme
but don't take away my bowl game."The Dolphins re- four inches three receiverswas
ceiver who
not
feeling seems to be that without the carrotof plays re-
a bowl game and possible SEC Championship special teams taller than quired.
and is Over the
a backup past
the season isn't even worth playing. Ernie Mills the
quarterback."He two seasons,
has said without the chance to wina
Spurrier
become
Sullivan has
runs great of UF'stop
championship, the season means nothing. routes. He's on biggest known as

Well, if the season means nothing, why all the special three receivers. a versatile special -
bother playing the last eight games? teams. That says teams

What possible motivation is there for Spur- something for a player. He has

rier and the football team to go out every player," receiv- blocked kicks.
-
week and do their best? ers coach Dwayne Dixon said. protected the punter and even

Pride? Love of the game? Competition? That's the kind of player we made a few tackles.A .

Long before bowl games, television reve- want to have out there for us." knee injury near the end ol

nue, and NCAA championships, that was Part of the reason for the season, however, kept him
what intercollegiate athletics was all about. Sullivan's versatility can be at- out of the last three games and
tributed to his size. Sullivan is kept him from making any more
Sure team wants to win. If players
every I
four inches taller than Ernie big plays.
didn't play to win,that would be a good reasonto :
Mills, the biggest of UPs top "He should have been named
.
schedule. UF still
cancel the rest of the
three receivers. special teams player of the year
has the opportunity to have a great season,
Dixon said Sullivan's heighthas his -
last before
and it shouldn't give that up because it can't year injury, NATALEE WATERS-AUKSTOft:: ;
only helped him as a re- Dixon said.
play in a bowl game. Alonzo Sullivan has played wide receiver and most special I

Lombardi says, "Give us back our bowl ceiver. But this season, Sullivan has teams_ positions despite_being recruited. as a quarterback.passes .
"His size is an asset to him
game and we'll give you 12 scholarships." played only one down for special
Dixon said. "He can catch those teams. His role has changed to come his way. required that up to six receiversbe
Would the loss of those scholarships affect high balls and make those
ver- back to that of wide receiver, ready to play.
"Graduation of receivers
the team all that much? Not really. Even the tical jumps." (
NCAA might be able to figure out that UF is His also has made hima thanks to UPs new pass-ori- Tony Lomack and Stacey Sim- And Sullivan is ready to play
height ented offense.
willing to give up 12 scholarships that it may mons) has allowed me to step anywhere he can.
better blocker and
tackler
for
Last week against Alabama,
not even use. up in the roll and get a chanceto
special teams. Sullivan caught two passes for play a little more." "I don't mind (being a
This latest plea for mercy sounds just a Trouble is, with all that abil- 25 yards. That total was four backup), as long as I'm there to
little less than honest. Is the money that ity, Sullivan has been having a more yards than Sullivan had Not to mention the fact that contribute and get a good
'important? Are the Gators so desperate for a rough time finding his niche in over the previous two seasons. coach Steve Spurrier's switch to amount of playing time," Sulli-

title that they are willing to sell their future UF football. Sullivan said he expects more a pro-style passing offense has van said.
for it again? Haven't they learned their les.


son UF? is setting a poor example for the play. I South Carolina joins growing SECUnited I

ers. Perhaps they will start to believe that the

season isn't worth playing. Perhaps the play. "Our conference is to extend the
Press International proud "I'm not sure what the future holds. I will
ers will begin to believe that a little white liedoesn't
hand of invitation to the of
warm Unversity tell honestly and we said this to
you very ,
hurt. That if you cry loudly enough, COLUMBIA The Southeastern "
S.C. South Carolina, Kramer said before a South Carolina our presidents are con-
you'll get your way. Conference added its second school in less cheering crowd at Williams-Brice Stadiumon tinuing evaluations of other opportunities.I .

*: The whole country has watched the entire than two months Tuesday night when the the South Carolina campus."We want to expect to see some changes down the

NCAA situation unfold. UF's reputation has University of South Carolina accepted an say,'Welcome only to you people here, road," Kramer said.
suffered enough. Now will UF be called a cry invitation to become the league's 12th mem- but to all the Gamecock fans in South

baby on top of everything else? Carolina and the Southeast." The move by South Carolina to align

It must be disappointing for both Spurrier ber.The SEC grew to 11 members when South Carolina withdrew from the Atlan- itself with the SEC was the latest change in

and the team to work so hard to achieve a Arkansas ended its 76-year membership in tic Coast Conference in 1971 and since then the structure of major college conferences.Last .

goal, only to know that it is unattainable. But the Southwest Conference on Aug. 1. The has played football as an independent.They year, Penn State began the shift by

gentlemen, enough is enough. Face the challenge conference had been courting South Caro- have played basketball in the Metro Con- agreeing to join the Big Ten. Recently,

and try to overcome this adversity.For lina for three months before acting university ference since 1983. Florida State agreed to join the Atlantic

both UF and the football coaches, this President Arthur Smith made the Kramer said the Gamecocks should par- Coast Conference.The .

may be the best chance they have to teach acceptance announcement Tuesday night. ticipate in 16 men's and women's conference other Southeastern Conference

the young men on the football team valuable SEC Commissioner Roy Kramer said the sports by the 1991-92 season and members are Alabama, Auburn, Florida,
lesson about life. But first they need to face vote by conference members to extend the football should follow in the 1993 season. Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Mississippi -

the facts, and act honestly and responsibly invitation to the independent school was Kramer also said he expects to see other State,Louisiana State,Tennessee and

themselves. unanimous on the first ballot. universities added to the SEC roll. VanderbiltH


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