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I : Budget cuts will hurt UF's reputationBy I

MIKE BRUSCELL partment Chairman Frank Nordlie. hard, making everyday expenses such as sluggish economy. UF must cut$5.7 million
Alligator Staff Writer Add to those losses decreased capital photocopies and telephone calls a financial or $8.4 million from its 1990-91( budget,
improvements, student grants and opportunities hassle, Haney said. depending partly on whether the school is
As UF waits for budget news from to exchange ideas with other educa- "We're at the point now where we're scrap- allowed to use the trust funds.
Tallahassee, department and college officials tors outside UF, and the cuts mean a ing. We're not just cutting," Haney said. "It doesn't make sense to save money for
are asking themselves and their supe- crippling blow to UF as a nationally re- But Haney, who was president last year renovations if you're going to go belly-up in
riors how badly money shortages will hurt. nowned university, Nordlie said. of UFs Zoology Graduate Student Association the process," Haney said.
Budget cuts, mandated by the state when "It means we'll be going back into an era said he believes UF is doing its best to
Alleviating the financial hurt UF and its
revenues dropped, may slice into summer that we hoped we passed out of several protect students.He .
students will feel is also a top concern of UF
classes, travel expenses and faculty slots, decades ago," Nordlie said. said he also approves of UF's favored Libraries director Dale Canelas,but she said
administrators have said. UF zoology graduate student Dennis budget proposal to state officials. The plan, the cuts won't be completely painless.
Now officials say the lost money also Haney said the cuts won't seriously affect which will be considered by Gov. Bob
could affect UFs national reputation, the his animal research in Cedar Key, but students Martinez and the Cabinet Oct. 9, would dip The library already was reeling from a
staffing and supplying of campus offices,and who hope 'to present.research over into two state trust funds one for the $146,075 reduction imposed when UF
the careers of graduate students. seas as Haney did last year in England lottery and the other for education emergencies missed out on state money based on enrollment
will have to their to defray UF losses. Now the library will have to cut an
For graduate students, limiting travel expenses -probably buy own plane
could mean losing the opportunityto tickets. The cuts, which affect all state agencies, additional $188,550 to $250,000 from its $4.4

present research or make contacts for Coupled with prior trims in the education were ordered two weeks ago by Martinez, see Budget, page 5
post-doctoral fellowships, said zoology de system,the new budget cuts hit particularly who cited diminished tax returns and a

I Parking!? woes leave J10 4e ,

health faculty irateBy

The converted half
Alligator Writer the third-floor spaces in the park
ing garage west of the Health Center
Officials at UFs J. Hillis Miller on Mowry Road. UF Parking
Health Center say juggling 150 Administrator Robert Hester said
parking spaces will make life easier the spaces were replaced by 60
for patients, but employees com dirt-lot spaces north of the center
plain the new setup robs them of and about 90 "freed-up" spaces in
already scarce spots. the Varco Pruden lot, southwest of
While officials say the Health the Health Center.
Center faculty, staff and students "It's a perceptual thing, really," 0 c ra
haven't lost any spaces, some employees Hester said. "Nobody has really
said parking garage spots lost anything. We've just moved
have been hard to find since Aug. some spaces."
27,when 150 staff spaces were con Dan Zabel, chairman of the
verted to patient and visitor park Health Center Parking Task Force,
said the space shuffling is aimed at
ing."It's getting pretty ridiculous making health care more conve-
when the people who work here nient for visitors.

can't find a place to park after pay "We, as an institution, have
ing$106 for a parking sticker,"said made our top priority patients," MICHELE KATZ
Nilda Mendez, a nurse at the College Zabel said. "That's the business Aim highJournalism
of Dentistry. "Most of my co- we're in. So the first priority for senior Sydney Potter takes shots of campus life for Channel 5 on Monday.New I
workers have had to park illegally
see Parking, page 5
because of problem.

I Academics, low tuition make UF 10th best bargain IBy

College of the University South Barron's list of the 300 Best Buys in College ural History, the new Samuel P. Ham Museum
LAURA JANSSEN Florida, a liberal arts school in Sarasota,was Education, a list that didn't include UF. was highlighted by the panel. Also
Alligator Writer ranked fourth among all schools and first "It is always fun to talk about what a great mentioned was Shands Hospital and the
UF, riding on a broad base of academic among public schools. Florida State University bargain your school is, but it's hardly worth on-campus wildlife refuge at Lake Alice.
programs and low tuition costs, was rated was ranked 26th among public schools. the effort to compare numbers because the Those experts pointed to the size and
the 10th best college bargain in the countryby ',UF President John Lombardi! said UF's surveys are not that scientific," Lombardi! strength of UFs computer facilities when
MONEY Guide: America's Best College success is a "mixed blessing." said. ranking the school, a nod that flattered UF

Buys. 100 right Lombardi! Lombardi! said the high ranking is a testimony Center for Instructional Research Computing
The annual issue, published by MONEY "They're percent to the effectiveness of student lobby Activities Director Mark Hale. While he
said. "But I'm we're of the best
magazine, also scored UF seventh among bargains because sorry it indicates one we're not get ists who urge state lawmakers to hold tuition was pleased, he said the ranking must be
public university bargains. The magazine costs down. taken with a grain of salt.
ting the support we need from the students.
analyzed 1,000 colleges and graded them on "Students know how to make politics workin Hale said the official listings of UF's com
value deliver for the By charging low tuition, the state is as-
the education they : be He said
suming a financial burden for all students, this state, he said. "The Legislature has puter capabilities can
tuition'they charge. listened to students year after year." the system appears huge at first glance,but
The magazine which said New'York'sCooper even those that don't need help, Lombardi! the
Union for the Advancement of Science said. By raising the costs, he said, the state The magazine's panel of academiciansused many terminals are spread throughout
shouldn't be
and Art was the best value praisedthe can get aid to the people who need it and the number of graduates, the size of community and really
number of academic programs at UF,the UF will get more money from the public. libraries, class sizes, test scores and the UF spokesman Larry Humes, who spokesee

quality of the faculty and the low out-of-state The survey is also subjective, he said. class rank of freshmen as yardsticks. Bargain page 5
I I tuition. Magazine surveys vary greatly, as seen in Along with UF's Florida'Museum of Nat

i 'F U !rS ..ithe


PlaYtts-SPOrts, Club
TOYOTA ; Thursday

In last spring's election, the Vision Party created a elected officials should serve their full term," the party MYERS SERVICE: CENTERWE 500 Pitchers I

platform that included 19 goals. Goal No. 18 said the platform said.Sounds SPECIALIZE ASK ABOUT IN OUR TOYOTAS LOW PRICES 8 I amIGOfySW
party would work to get rid of summer replacement like a noble statement, but Vision didn't practice CALL AND 376-6752 13UlStiIs

senators what it preached.This .
SG's elected officials now can leave town during the summer one-fourth of the Vision Party senators

summer and choose anyone they want to replace them. skipped town, and handed over their responsibilities to Your World
"Get rid of the 'Summer Replacement' process someone who the student body did not elect.


news: The Florida Crew the University Club, 18 E. UniversityAve. Journalism: The Journalism and I
Club meets tonight at 8 in Reitz ., to discuss the Communications College Council
Union Room 349. Call 334-8076. Miller/Marlboro boycott. Call Paul meets today at 5:30: in Weimer Hall
Rus.lanThe Russian Club meets 375-8235. Room 1070. Call Eric at 375-4119.

tonight at 7:30: in Turlington 2303. A Scuba: The Gator Scuba Club Circle: The Circle Magazine
slide presentation of the 1990 Soviet meets tonight at 6 at the Florida Pool division of Omicron Delta Kappa ,
summer program will be shown. Call classroom. The Tampa dive will be meets today at 5 in Reitz Union C

335-2747, discussed. Call David at 3354313. Room 363. Call 336-8984. P' '
Chemistry: The Undergraduate Rotaract: Florida Rotaract meets Hispanic: The Hispanic Student
Chemistry Society meets tonight at ton ight at 6 in Reitz Union Room 334. Association meets tonight at 7 in McCarthy
7:30: in C130. Dr. Enholm will be the Call Shawn or Jason at 3357657. G-086. Call 336-1797.
guest speaker and there will be a Engineers' fair: The 1991 ObJectivist: The Objectivist Club
tour of the new chemistry building.Call Engineers' Fair Committee meets will show the video "An Introductionto
377-6156. today at 5:30: in Weil Hall Room 320. Objectivism" tonight at 7 in Tur ,
Boardsaillng: The UF Boardsail- Call Caryl at 334-8426. lington 2322. Call 373-3263. We can help.
ing Club meets tonight at 8 on the BSU: The Black Student Union Folk dancing: B'nai B'rith Hillel is
Orange & Brew patio. Officer elections meets tonight at 6 in CSE E121. Cyn- teaching Israeli folk dancing tonightat

will be held. Call Vic or John at thia Chestnut, Democratic nomineefor at Hillel, 16 NW 18th St. Free for Depression Stress Management !
33 -2717. the House District 23 seat will members, $1 for students, $2 for
Equestrian: The UF EquestrianClub attend. Call Kendra at 3348026.AA others. Call 372-2900. Anxiety Eating Disorders
meets tonight at 7:30.: Ellen : The student group of Alcoholics Rush: Gamma Sigma Sigma

Leaton will speak on eventing. Call Anonymous meets tonightat presents "Cosby Night" tonight at Relationship Drug & Alcohol
Raven at 336-8151 for meeting place. 8:30: in Reitz Union Room 357. Call 7:30: in the Beaty TV room as part of

Libertarians: The UF College Pat at 335-1796. Fall 1990 Rush. Call 3924094. Conflicts Problems
Libertarians will show the subtitled Accounting: The Florida Ac- Surf: The UF Surf Club meets
Italian film "We the Living" tonightat ccounting Association will have a tonight at 8:30: on the Orange &
7:30: in Reitz Union Room 347. Call happy hour tonight at 8 at Danny's.Call Brew patio. Call 334-7425. private, caring
Thomas at 376-9179 or Mike at 371- Patrick at 372-7092. Reading: Fiction writer John Hoi-
9634. Fine arts: The Fine Arts College man will read from his works tonightat PSYCHOLOGISTS & PSYCHIATRISTS
ACT UP: The AIDS Coalition to Council meets today at 5 in Reitz 8 in Fine Arts Building Room 105.
Unleash Power meets tonight at 7 in Union Room 362. Call 376-6681. Free and open to the public. 376-8700

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I Sorority Row among areas New party to represent I

to get extra police patrolsBy independent candidatesBy

JOHN F. BERRY some of its coverage east of campus to expressed interest in running with his party,
Alligator Writer include Sorority Row. and more than 20 students are working with
Alpha Epsilon Phi member May Katz said Alligator WriterA it.

Sorority Row is one area targeted for more patrols are welcome. third political party joined the upcoming Grapski said he decided Tuesday nightto
permanent police patrols starting in January, "Sometimes it's just scary getting out of Student Government race Wednesdaywhen start the party.
Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton the car by yourself," she said. "We don't former Student Sen. Charlie Grapski "It's not going to be a party,"Grapski said.
said.The need increased patrolling tomorrow, but I announced he would encourage all studentsto "It'll be a coalition, but it will be registered
addition of a Community Oriented wouldn't turn it down. join his cause-except those in the 32608 under (SG's) definition of a party.
Policing team into the Sorority Row area has Police cannot reroute officers overnightand zip code areaGrapski "A party is basically a group of people
no relation to the recent murders of five area will take until January to fully implementthe said he is organizing the Inde- who want to slate people to run as a group
college students, Clifton said Monday after plan,Darnell said. She stressed Wednes- pendent Coalition to give independent and have a majority in the Senate,"
his weekly crime report to the Gainesville day that police patrols have increased candidates an equal he said.
City Commission. Gainesville police throughout Gainesville since the murders. chance to run against the Grapski, who announced earlier
planned to extend the COPs team, which UF sophomore Mike Montero, who livesat larger, organized parties. this month he is considering running
permanently patrols one section of town, In the Pines Apartments on Southeast Waseem Zurub, assistant director for student body presidentnext
before the slayings, he said. 16th Avenue, said patrols should start of SG's multi-cultural affairs TE semester,created the party to
Gainesville police now have five COPs sooner. cabinet and one of the help students who intend to run as
officers. But with a $250,000 federal grant "In (the complex), it's really dark," he coordinators of the Independent independents and want to identify
from the Housing and Urban Developmentagency said. "There is a lot of crime in this area." Coalition, said he's shying SQ FALL ELECTIONS with a group.

Gainesville police now have the The apartment complex, which will be away from the 32608 area because "If they run solely as an individual
resources to add three more COPs officers. part of the increased patrolling area, has he believes Sen. Nelson Miranda's ,there are many disadvantages,"Grapski
Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt.Sadie added its own security guard at night, Mon- party will get the most qualified people from said. "If you're slated with a party, your
Darnell said the additional officers will forma tero said. When the new COPs team is that area. Miranda is heading the 32608 name appears with a group."
team for east and southeast Gainesville, activated, Clifton said Gainesville police will Coalition that is targeting that area.
He said the will meet tonight at 7
concentrating on the Caroline Manor, Lake have 3.5 officers per 1,000 residents. The party
Terrace and Woodland Park areas.With the city now has 2.1 officers per 1,000. "We're not slating 32608 because we don't p.m. in the Orange & Brew.

advent of the new COPs team, a team now Similar patrols yielded a 30 percent reduc- want to run against the Coalition," Zurub Alligator Writer Jack Rejtman contributedto
patrolling southeast Gainesville will redirect tion in crime in areas targeted by police. said. He said eight students already have this report.

I ,/ / SG approves $13,000

r I

to fill special requestsBy

code prohibits the Senate from hearingany
----. special requests within two weeks
x IFYr Alligator Writer prior to elections day. So senators had a

Student senators spent more than double meeting.
$13,000 Tuesday night when they ap- 'We do it this way so that groups that
proved four money requests from student need the money will get it in time,"
organizations.In off-campus Sen. Nelson Miranda said.

their last meeting to approve "spe "A lot of people don't like it this way
cial requests"until after the Oct. 10 elec- because you don't have time to scrutinizethe
tions, senators gave final approval to two bills,"he said."But I guess two weeks
of the bills by having two meetings in one before elections it's not right to be decide
night. ing who will be getting money."

Special requests, emergency money The two bills approved were a $2,788
not included in student groups' budgets, request from the Public Relations Stu-
usually must be discussed among senators dents Society of America and a $645
x 'rwr at two separate meetings before they request from the Association of Health
can be approved. This gives senators a Center College Councils.
week to consider the bill before spending Sticking with last week's decisions,
student money.
see Senate, page 4
But a Student Government finance

Safety project to close


sections of the UnionBy

will take reservations for available rooms
and seek alternatives if no rooms are
< Alligator Writer open, he said.
Student groups that want to meet or The project put all reservations on hold
hold activities in the Reitz Union next because rooms will be closed during asbestos
34 year may have to start looking for other removal, Neely said. Closing the
places, Union officials said. building has not been an option, he said.
All A $1.9 million health and safety improvement "We must keep this building operat-

.,' "'J. project to remove asbestosand ing," Neely said. "We just can't shut it
install sprinklers will close parts of down. I wish we could, but we can't."

the Union, including the Rion Ballroom,
',' : the Arredondo Room and meeting rooms, see Union, page 4
... for up to three months, said John Neely,
:!.- associate director of the Union.
0 As a result, the Union isn't accepting
reservations for 1991 meetings and activ- Statewide budget cuts will affect the
Baby buggy ities,he said. He talked with the project's' number of UF faculty hirings,which must

Teresa Bruckner and her 16-month-old daughter, Mara, pedal around Gaines- architect Wednesday to discuss the be approved by state education officials
schedule for closing areas, but he said it and UF President John Lombardi.! The
ville, taking advantage of the cooling temperatures. won't be final until next week. Alligator reported otherwise on this page

Once the schedule is set, the Union Wednesday.I .



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WASHINGTON (UPI) The Senate voted Wed- Pressler said his amendment would put "the STRIP
nesday to reduce the salaries of Vice President Dan decision makers in the same category as civil ser- CHICKEN TER1YAKJ
Quayle, Congress, the Cabinet and high-level ad- vants." BABY BACK RIBS
ministration officials if a government-wide spending "Congress should be included,"he said."Congressis
reduction goes into effect next week. responsible for this budget. Congress should be .
President Bush, who earns $200,000 a year, was held accountable." *
excluded from the proposal Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said the "Draconian" FROZEN DRINKSCHAMPAGNE
The pay cut was added on a 96-1 vote as an spending cut "will fall on federal employees..who
amendment to a family-planning bill. played no role in the situation that exists today." HAPPY HOUR 3 7
Sen. Larry Pressler, R-S.D., said the amendment "I set no reason we in the legislative branch should
probably would not become law but said he would not share in the pain," McCain said. "Some would c
offer it to other legislation passing through the Senate argue if we were sent on furlough,there may be more ALL IN A TRULY
during the rest of the week. progress than in the past.We can assure those peoplewe GREAT ATMOSPHEREFALL
Under the requirement of the Gramm-Rudman law, will be sharing an equal burden of pain."
spending must be cut by 32.4 percent beginning Sen.Arlen Specter, R-Pa., said the amendment wasa SNGFFVS
Monday unless Congress and the admistration reacha "step in the right direction. We were sent to
budget agreement. Washington to be leaders, not to be followers." 1017 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENGE
Annually, Quayle's $124,000 salary would be But Specter said failure of a budget agreement will GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA 904, 376-8899
trimmed by $40,176, and the $98,400 salary of Con- not mean just a pay cut, "but the fact that 535 of us
gress members would be cut by $31,822. are going to be tossed out of Washington."

. U.S. to withdraw 40,000, from Europe L I STUDENT BODY ELECTIONSARE

WASHINGTON (UPI) Defense Secretary Dick October, no units will be deactivated before Jan. 1, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10
Cheney has ordered the Joint Chiefs of Staff to begin 1991, to allow the affected units planning time and to
Monday reducing the number U.S. forces in Europeby avoid placing excessive strain on the logistics sys- Qualifying is Wednesday Friday
40,000 men and women over the next year, the tem," the Pentagon added.
Pentagon announced Wednesday. Details on specific units and timetables for September 2 28th, 9:00: AM 5:00: PM
Cheney's action was taken in anticipation of an withdrawal will be announced by the headquarters of
In 331 of the J. Reitz Union
agreement with the Soviet Union by the end of the U.S. Army-Europe and U.S. Air Force-Europe as room Wayne
year to reduce the number of conventional forces in decisions are made, the Pentagon said.
Europe. "Military units normally require three to four OPEN SENATE SEATS:
"We have to begin the drawdown now to respondin months to close down once a deactivation order Is ZJh'G
1)) 10 On-Campus Seats
an orderly way to changing security requirementsand given," the Pentagon said. "By taking these an- ,
declining defense budgets," Cheney said. ticipatory steps, the reductions can be spread 2)) 30 Off Campus Seats
The U.S. military withdrawal from Western Europeis throughout the entire 1991 fiscal year instead of
believed to be the largest since the end of World waiting for an agreement to be signed and compress-
I- I For more information call Susan Schatzberg
War II.The. ing the reductions into a fraction of a year."
Pentagon said the United States has about U.S. and Soviet negotiators at the Conventional Supervisor of Elections at 392-1665

330,000 military personnel in Western Europe and Forces in Europe talks in Vienna are working on a
surrounding waters. This includes about 215,000 proposal to reduce the number of troops to 195,000
Army, 85,000 Air Force,30,000 Navy and 3,700 Marine each in Central Europe. The United States would be
personnel, though many of the sailors at sea have able to maintain an additional 30,000 outside the
been sent into Middle East waters. central region, such as in Britain. THE MOST
"Over the coming year, the U.S. Army will reduceits President Bush's proposed budget for fiscal 1991,
presence in Europe by 30,000 and the U.S. Air which begins Oct. 1, called for trimming the ranks of FOR YOUR. .
Force by 10,000," the Pentagon said. the 2.1 million U.S. troops by 38,000, but it did not
"Although the personnel drawdown will begin in specify where the forces would be reduced.to .


SENATEfrom pay for a conference and hotel health center students on the
registration for 12 students at a ground floor of the communicore
page 3 national conference in New York building, satisfying one of the Vi- Simple Value... EYE EXAMS ARCHER RD

senators also gave $8,000 to Flor- City. The UF chapter will be presented sion party platform planks. Our little wooden building'helps keep cost down Just Past. Butler Plaza
ida choirs to pay for their perfor- with a first-place award for on quality glasses. We donl pay mall rent. acro.. from RAX
mances and $2,184 to the its efforts in the Bateman Case With the SG funding, EAG will You save big money.
Environmental Action Group to Study National Competition.The send eight members to the annual 3783261Ask
help pay travel costs to a national Student Environmental Action about.. rna a-
convention in Illinois. Association of Health Cen- Coalition's three-day conventionheld
ter College Councils will use the this year at the University of $20 OFF orJ"REESecond
PRSSA was asking for the money money to establish a lounge for Illinois.

UNIONfrom heard about the reservations banor affect next year's entertainment
the closing of parts of the Union, schedule."It ..-,
page 3 they agreed that it may limit their would reduce our options," -....ssse OW1

However, for one student group, options for next year. he aid. "We might have to pass THE
the temporary halt on reservationsIs over a few bands that we'd want in W1_ DUGOUT

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By JOANNA GOLTZMAN Steve Grube, library facilities planning offi "The third floor (of library West) has just and new plumbing system are being installed
Alligator Writer been finished," Bennett said. "We did it first ,"Grube said."The new air conditioning
cer."It's a priority, but unfortunately, we've because it holds the library's periodical collections system is broken down into nine zones
Although renovation work is continuingat had to sacrifice some study spaces to make and magazines which are often used of comfort,a much better improvement from
Library East and Library West, students room for collections," Grube said. for research." the old system's one zone of discomfort."

wanting a quiet place to cram for upcoming However, Library East's renovations are Plans also are being made to renovate the
In West walls the third fourth
midterm exams still can study there, library Library on taking longer because the entire air conditioning interior of Library East, one of the oldest
officials said.Renovations. and fifth floors are being knocked down to
create open space and more shelving,access system needs to be replaced, and buildings on campus, he said.
at both libraries won't be services department Chairman Rich Bennett finding the right time to do it when the "The program has been submitted to the
completed until November at the earliest, said. Books from Library East and the Mar- system isn't needed to cool or heat the Board of Regents," Grube said. "Since Library
but study space will be available on Library ston Science Library will go into Library building means it won't be completeduntil East is considered to be a historic
West's third floor and Library East's second- West when renovations are completed by late this year, Grube said. building,we will be putting in new elevators,
floor grand reading room for students, said early November. "A major air conditioning replacementbe but not knocking down many walls."

BUDGETfrom already overworked system will lose pace hit hardest by the move, Brockmannsaid. page 1
page 1 with those of other universities of similar Faculty from the two age groups are
size, but greater means. often poorly paid and can least afford the to MONEY Guide's researchers when they
million budget, Canelas said. "It's not comfortable to give those (staff cuts, she said. visited, said the high ranking is "wonderful."
The cuts will mean a reduction in books, positions) up," Canelas said."We were just "I'm not saying this isn't the best thingto He also said comparing campuses with statis-
professional journals, microfilm, maps and catching up to our peers nationally. This do,but I hope people realize this is goingto tics can be a disservice to students.
music recordings, she said. Reducing the hurts.." be a real hardship on faculty members," "But it's like comparing apples and oranges
libraries' 24,000 journal subscriptions will Jane Brockmann, president of UF's Brockmann, a UF zoology professor, said. ," Humes said. "Each individual is
bite deeply into student research. United Faculty of Florida chapter, agreed But even if the choices made are best for unique,which is why we have so many universities
The libraries also must eliminate three that the libraries will be particularly hurt, UF, the damage budget cuts will wreak on with their unique qualities to choose
vacant staff positions from its current poolof but she also was concerned about faculty UPs total educational environment may from.
328, Canelas said. members with nine-month contracts who drag it down. "It is wrong to pass up one school that offersa
libraries won't be asked to teach summer school. program the student wants for another
Describing UFs as "slenderly "What we're facing here is utter mediocrity
staffed," Canelas said she worries that an Older and younger faculty members will at best," Nordlie said. school just because MONEY Guide calls it a
better bargain Humes said. "You must ask
yourself, 'I get a better buy, but do I get a
PARKINGfrom find a legal space, while many of the new '"
"It's very competitive out there in health better education?
page 1 patient and visitor spaces are vacant. care,"Zabel said."If we have people waiting Despite the higher ranking of New Collegeat
parking has to be for patients." Zabel said a survey showed about 30 30 minutes in line for a parking space, USF, Humes said the two schools are as
vacancies in the new patient and visitor they're not going to be coming back to different as "a tugboat and the Queen Mary"
Patient about Health Center
surveys ser spaces at different times. Shands because of UFs size and .
Hospital anymore. scope approach.One
vice consistently note parking as a problem,
The decision whether to return these setback UFs MONEYGuidesays
Zabel said. He said the center has 4,000 campus
spaces to employees won't be made until "Our average patient travels more thanan is the lack of individual attention the
spaces and needs as many as 9,000. October, when more data is available, he hour to get here," Zabel said. "And we 34,000 students may encounter.The magazinewarns
But Mendez said many of the spaces are seeing the most complex medical cases that low-level courses often cram 500()()
reserved for patients go unused. the Health Center, lack of spaces that exist. This is not a lump-and-bump students into a class, leaving timid freshmenlost
She said there are days when she cannot could mean lost patients, Zabel said. facility." in the crowd.


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Student Recreation and Fitness Center, the long-

awaited center where students can do everything from

aerobics to Nautilus to exercise, is scheduled to open by

the end of spring. And now that the building is closer to

reality than a great idea, campus leaders are beginning to
wonder where students fit into this student center.

Under the building's current charter, the document that

states how the center should be run, students, faculty and

staff serve on an advisory board. That board only has the

power to review policies and give advice to Health and

Human Performance College Dean Patrick Bird.

Annexation is deal' for
This doesn't sound like a student center to us. a 'good allNow

What we would like to see, and what Student Body that the voters have decided not to consolidate,
Vice President Kevin Mayeux is pushing for, is to changethe what now?The Boundary Adjustment Act was passedto aTom McKnew
charter to give students decision-making power. provide for an orderly annexation procedure if we P
chose not to consolidate.Briefly,here is how it works. OPTICALLY SPEAKINGRow.

In ,return for this, Mayeux is willing to give Bird veto Gainesville and Alachua County will begin meeting
power over the board's decisions. to establish an urban reserve area for the city, the .
area into which the city will grow over the next 10 Recreation is another area that will be drastically
This is a good compromise, but we'd like to see it go years. Once established, Gainesville can annex por- improved after annexation.The county is designed to
one step further and give the board the right to overridethe tions of the area by passing ordinances. However, if provide only a rural system of recreation,which means
dean's decisions. The compromise could even requirea 20 percent of the voters in the area sign a petition, facilities such as boat ramps on rural lakes.

supermajority, such as a two-thirds vote, to override the the majority annexation vote.will be put on a referendum and requirea Under annexation, parks will be established with

dean's veto. baseball fields, swimming pools and tennis and rac-
Now the question is whether or not to support quetball courts.As students live farther from campus,
Bird says that 99 percent of the time, he will accept the annexation.What improvements will come?Will taxes these facilities become more important to them.
board's decisions. That's fine, but we're concerned about increase difference?As does a member of the University family,what Recreational facilities on campus cannot meetstudents'
it make? Let me discuss two things
the administrator who has the after him. needs.Gainesville .
job that I think make our city a "good deal" for those of
who be provides these services for its citizensat
you may annexed.
Five or 10 years from now, when the center is just First, police protection. Normally, the Gainesville a tax rate lower than the county proposes for the
another part of campus rather than a brand new building, Police Department provides 50 percent more officersto coming year. But even with a slightly higher tax
we want the center's operating rules to be written downso a suburban neighborhood at any given time than millage, the county cannot match the city's level of
they can't be disputed. And in those rules, we want stu- the Alachua County Sheriffs Department can.This is service.The answer is simply in the different conceptsthat
dents to have the power they deserve. because GPD is designed for an urban and suburban control the governments. Counties provide rural
response, while the sheriffs department must patrol services, and cities provide urban services.
Student money built the center, and student money is miles and miles of rural roads and a very dispersed Annexation will bring urban service levels to urbanizing
going to run it. It was constructed with money from the population. The two are different in responsibility.The areas where so many students live. It makes
Capital Improvements Trust Fund, a fee that is tacked GPD has been an innovator in decentralizing sense. It is good government in its most logical form.
onto students' tuition for every credit hour they take. And its patrol officers.You may have read about our COPS When the voters rejected consolidation by more thana
(Community Orientated Police) teams which are as- 2-1 margin, they validated our present division of
from the and another
Activity Service Fee fee
money yet
signed to individual
neighborhoods on a permanent responsibilities between city and county government.We
that's paid along with tuition, will go toward the center's basis. It is a return to the police officer on a beat all agreed at the polls. Now let's come togetherand
operating costs. COPS teams are being added all over town. Begin make it work.

ning Oct. 1, a COPS team will be operating east of Tom McKnew is Gainesville's District 3 commis-
The center is there for students to work out in their campus in the area around Norman Hall and Sorority sioner.
free time. It wasn't built for classrooms, not even UF exer- I
cise classes. And the only people who are assured accessto i EDITOR

it are students.We Writer's sympathywas died because of this man.I As a former county commis-

want to make sure the students who attend UF agree that this is a crazy world. sioner,Jim was a dauntless protec-
misdirectedEditor People like Hamblen make it so. tor of the environment -
after we're gone know that. And we believe if this charteris Without
individuals like him needs,
ex- something
rewritten to give students the power to make decisions : In response to ReggieGrant's ecutions would be unnecessary.I whetherornot everyone we know it We needa
about the center it will continue to be the it sympathetic view taken
run way was toward the admire your value for the life city commissioner who is dedi-
recently executed
originally intended. James Hamblen I am sickened. of others. In this case, however, I cated to long-range plans and im-
feel it is misdirected. pact sharing. We are coming to
Although an execution of any Sean realize that clean air, pure water
alligatorEditor kind is gruesome to behold, mur- SFCC frethman and forests are worth more to the
der is worse. There is no justification quality of life than large cities and
Judy A. Plunkett for the murders of Laureen Jim Notestein for bank accounts.
Edwards and Debbie Abbot. Are
Managing Editor Opinions Editor
you not sad for them too? city commissionerEditor
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier Notestein has both experienceand
You make no mention of their :As we approach the vision. With his help, and
Lette Policy deaths, yet you feel so deeply for ing run-off election, registered upcom everyone pitching in,we can makea
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one S4y-10 page). They should be Mr. Hamblen.You could argue the voters would do well to consider better future than the one we are
typed. double-spaced and alfned. They should Include a typed name address and telephone fact that he was obviously mentally Jim headed for.
number. Name will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call Notestein,as he is a candidatewith
the editorial' page editor it 3764458. ill, but that still does not changethe an established record of TumerGal"vllle
ex. Carolyn
fact that two innocent people cellence.

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by S. HealyIf

you've been In Gainesvillefor getting a glimpse of The Youn- a series of insults aimed at the
gies. more specifically Todd's "frat boys," such as "HEY YOU
a year or two you may
and %*G FRAT P&S! I III!!
remember a band called aggressive drumming style F#$ YOU
Thieves and Baptists. How off-beat antics (Including
about The Charming Bastards? smashing cymbals with a mir
baseball bat), it's to see
That few
might ring a more Things went from bad to
bells (especially for Theta Chi what he means. worse. The music was In-
Now. back to why Theta Chi
fraternity brothers but I'll get audible several times becauseof
to that later). fraternity brothers would blown fuses.Apparently, the
What's the point? The point remember The Charming Bas- silence made one partygoer Impatient
is that Jim Gerdeman, former tards. Theta Chi booked The
? so he flung a bottle at
member of both Thieves and Bastards to play its annual
z The Bastards, missing one of
"Decline of Western Civilization" -
Baptists and The Charming the guitarists by inches. So,
Bastards, has formed a new party last year and told true to rebellious form, Jim
band called The Youngles with the band it would be on a painted "THETA CHI
Saturday. Jim read in the spray
Bastards drummer Todd Mes-
SUCKS" and "F#$% YOU
paper that they were to play
senger. P'S! on the wall of the
The Youngles consist of Jim Friday night instead. Evidently house.
Gerdeman as principle Theta Chi made a few chan- fraternity

songwriter, bassist and ges to the original deal. First,
malnthroat, with Todd Mes- The Bastards would play on Taylor summed up the
senger on drums (sometimes Friday Instead of Saturday band's Immediate goals by
literally) and Taylor Crawfordand night; and second, the band saying, "Right now, we wanna
Madison Whitten sharing would not be paid as the make a name in Gainesville."
guitar duties. We could .......-- original arrangement had The Youngies are certainly on
describe each one as eligible S. HEALY provided. The band agreed to the right track. The band pack
bachelors, but this isn't the The Youngies, clockwise from top left, Todd Messenger, Jim play despite the changes. ed the Hardback Cafe on a
dating game. Gerdeman, Madison Whitten and Taylor Crawford have descendedupon When the band arrived at the recent Monday night and

Now then, what the hell are Gainesville to make a name for themselves. fraternity house for what they seems to have quickly gaineda
"Youngles"? thought would be a night dedi- local following.The .
"It's Just a song Jim wrote," question, but truth be told it's tols Influences. Jim describeshis cated to the principles of anarchy -
Todd said "and we thought it a song "we never played" con- band as a "high-energy, they were gravely Youngles have a self-
sounded better than Radio fesses Madison. So much for alternative-rock band with a disappointed. "I felt pissed off," titled tape available at Hyde
Trash." philosophical depth. sound drawn from "early '70s Jim explains. "It was just a and Zeke's. Schoolklds and
Fair enough but how does The Youngies have a hard- glam rock to mld-70s punk." motif, like Halloween." Findingthe Vamp for $4. You can see The
this one song so totally embodythe driving rock sound reminiscentof Messenger, however, credits need to add a little chaosto Youngles at the Orange &
spirit of the band as to have early Ramones-lsh punk, Buster Douglas (the boxer) for the otherwise orderly social Brew, as well as other local
the band named after it? Good with David Bowie and Sex Pis- drumming inspiration. After event,Jim began the show with clubs. In the near future.


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Center, Utchfield violence and frequent comic to friends and love for his
Martin Scorsese's films not relief creates a world that is family provides the underlying
only offer vivid characterizations as appealing as it Is repelling.He conflict of the film.
and compelling allows the viewer to see All of the actors are excel.
stories but they also Involve through the eyes of the main '. lent. DeNiro turns In a fine
the viewer in their worlds character what this brutal en. \t; performance as Conway a
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vironments. These films can Henry Hill is a half-Jewish Joe Pescl's tense but frequent.
make audiences feel as If half-Sicilian kid from a large ly comic performance is com
they're sharing the characters' family'in New York City. His pelling. a certain shoe-in for
emotions experiences and, lifelong ambition is to be a an Academy Award nomina.
most often their pain.In gangster and he begins train tion. Lorraine Dracco also
Mean Streets Taxi( Driver ing early. By his mid.teens. could be recognized by the
Hill is running errands for academy for her work as
Raging Bull and After Hours.Scorsese's ,
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its first he
for viewers as they as still
were cinema. ,unable to separate him. cause of his generosity with Henry's wife Karen (Lorraine presents a riveting style unmatched
self from the lavish gangster stolen merchandise. Henry's Bracco). also is attracted by by
any contemporary
Scorsese's first film of the life yet still uneasy about the other partner Tommy DeVito "The Life." as it's called but filmmaker. GoodFellas is a terrific
new decade CoodFellas, is no senseless violence around him. (Joe Pesci). Is an edgy character she can't tolerate Henry's captivating portrait of a
exception. Based on Wlseguy with a dangerously short womanizing, and she must live world stained blood.
the novel by Nicholas Pileggi His older partner and mentor fuse. The partners steal mil the unpredictable life of a mob
Scorsese again takes an under .Jimmy Conway (Robert De- lions of dollars in cash and wife. All of the events in the
world environment-the life ofa Nlro), is a smoothly effective goods and live like kings. story revolve around Henry BY DAN O'CONNELL
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active. Early on, he visits a friend in
HippodromeIt's is. It's one of the few films to films to deal with AIDS.
little too the hospital and the mana
Despite moving a gives
I Impossible to watch mention gays, much less depict The storyline is straightforward -
from to warm hug. Then Willy
neatly apathy burgeoning
Longtime Companion without their lives without angst or and lean in depicting the
social consciousness, casually asks to use the
AIDS epidemic. It begins quietly -
Longtime Companion managesto bathroom. He pretends to use
in 1981 with people readingthe
be honest and frequently the toilet and then spends the
5 New York Times article that
first mentioned the unusual moving. The script by Craig next few minutes nervously
Lucas focuses on white gay scrubbing himself with soap
disease. From there tfie script
men Involved in the artistic and and water. Given the lack of
moves with steady calm
professional world of New York medical knowledge in the early
through the decade, showingthe
year-by-year toll AIDS City but their stories of pain '80s, his fear is something
and loss are universal. anyone can empathize with.
takes of friends
on a group gay

Some die over a long periodof This certainly isn't the whole Other strong touches appear

time. Others are robust and story of AIDS, but it never throughout. John (Dermot

active one year and gone the pretends to be. And gay men in Mulroney) becomes an amus-

next. The ones whn remain become major metropolitan centers like ing expert on the various medi-

AWL sadly familiar with hospital New York City and San Francisco cally suspect. treatments that

protocol and the were certainly the first the sick and dying latch onto.

Importance of a high white group to bear the brunt of AIDSin And Bruce Davison Is a marvelas

blood cell count. the United States. David, a bedrock of sym-

There are other changes as pathy and support while caringfor

well.At first, most people react Norman Rent directs his dying lover.

with confusion and fear, lack Longtime Companion with the In his role as a care-giver,

ing even a name for the virus flat authority of a documen Davison delivers what is clear-

that is killing their friends and tary. He also elicits exceptional ly one of the most powerful

lovers. But slowly they beginto performances that rise above moments of the year. His strik-

; vent their anger in positive the lapses of the script. ing performance makes this a
Howard (Patrick CaSSidy) calls his 'lover on the phone after reading ways. Some volunteer their The fine cast is headed by movie worth watching.BY .

I about a strange new cancer in a scene from Longtime Companion. time to help people living with Campbell Scott as Willy, the

AIDS: others become politically uncertain center of the movie. MICHAEL GILTZ

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The exterior of the new SamuelP. modern flower arrangements.
Harn Museum of Art looks more Footsteps from the entrance, vio-
like an elaborate shopping mall at let, orange and green flower ar-
first glance. Slender palm trees rangements extending from blue
,j overlook a fountain by the tinted- glass vases leave visitors gapingin
II glass entrance. Off to one side, a awe.
decorative triangular structure ex- During opening weekend, the
tends toward the sky. The com- Calleria served mainly as a gath-
partmentalized, architectural ering area where refreshmentswere
wonder that houses the Harn Mu- served, but it was also the
seum sits conspicuously on the site of the museum's first art display -
corner of Hull Road and South- Louise Nevelson's sprawling 44 1a

west 34th Street. "Homage to 6,000,000" covers one ,
oJ The Harn Museum opened its wall like a black, elaborate pieceof
glass doors to public inspection machinery. One docent ex-
Saturday at 1 p.m. Silver-badged plained that Nevelson dedicatedher
docents were on hand to lead spec- work of art to the Holocaust
tators on informative sightseeingtours victims. Each minute detail repre- s
through the museum's eight sents a single victim.
separate art exhibitions. During
opening weekend, the 45minutetours The glossy marble floors of the
began every 15 minutes, but Calleria lead to a corridor wherea
future weekend tours will com- portrait on the wall of an elderly,
2 vis- The architectural wonder called the Ham Museum glistens in the sun on the corner of Hull Road and Southwest 34th
mence p.m. bespectacled gentleman greets Street
itors. The man in the painting is
To the left of the entrance is a Samuel Peebles Harn ((1893-1957)), works. On the right Is John paintings are based mostly on tonakos, these displays consist of
200-seat auditorium. Straight the museum's namesake, whose Chamberlain's "Please Chief," a family life, while the Flemish neon lights covered by wood
ahead is the Calleria, a spacious, family donated the initial $3 mil- startling example of beauty paintings are religious in nature. panel. The neon lights throw col-
naturally lighted area, generously lion for the museum. Farther spawned by catastrophe. "Please Among "A Golden Age of Paint- ored shadows on the wall, creat-
decorated with colorful, post down the corridor are two more Chief" is the painted remains of a ing" features is Lucas Cranach the ing an effect similar to

-c ,---'f!, .w. ". __ .. wrecked automobile, currently Elder's "Suicide of Lucretia," an stained-glass windows in a
"'., j 't serving as an introduction to the oil on panel painting which de- church.
"', > Harn Museum's other splendid art picts a woman holding the pointy Some of the "Color in Art" dis-
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"t. displays. end of a dagger between her plays are more difficult to de-
Across from Chamberlain's breasts. This dramatic work is one scribe. Elizabeth Murray's "Slip
imaginative creation is George of the Exhibition Gallery's many Away" looks like a misshapen red
Sugarman's "Green Field," eyegrabbers.The banana with its long stem pro-
...... J'
-f ./..... ..r- ": ., painted aluminum that from a dis- truding from the canvas. Docent
: tance looks more like a strange, six remaining exhibits are Marnie Jones jokingly called
multi-colored conglomeration of located in the area surrounding "A Murray's creation "Hole in One"
r construction paper. Golden Age of Painting." "Colorin because of the circular Indenta-
Art: American Expressions from tion at one end of the red figure.
Through the corridor doors is the Mid-20th Century to the Pres-
f the Rotunda, the site of the first of ent" will be featured at the Harn "This one reminds me of pick-
J the museum's eight major exhibits. Museum until Dec. 2. The paint- up sticks," Jones joked about
Extending from the Rotunda's ings in this exhibit, mostly bor- Charles Arnoldi's "Jackpot." "The
of 4 N wooden floors is Alexander rowed from galleries and the kids like that one too." Actually
4,0 4: Calder's "Red Dragon," a blue, artists'themselves, present the result "'Jackpot" is a colorful creation
r yellow, orange and black contraption of color becoming a subject of spawned from acrylic, sticks and
that looks like something art. bark on plywood.
right out of Willy Wonka's choco- According to the Harn's bro- Another notably odd "Color in
late factory. The bottom of the chure explaining "Color ,In Art," Art" display is "Untitled," which
"Red Dragon" is stationary, while "This exhibition has been organ- hangs on the wall like four square
MY b.r the top is mobile, able to rotate in ized to show some of the diverse plywood cabinets with partiallyred
the wind. This display will be on ways in which American artists interiors..
exhibit through the end of Decem- have manipulated color in their "Color In Art" leads to the per-
ber.The work during the past four de- manent exhibit "American Paint-

.. ..... Rotunda empties into the cades..Color has been used to ing: A Collection Sampler." Two
: Exhibition Gallery where themuseum's question the nature of visual per- of the paintings in this section are
... other seven exhibits are ception, suggest natural forms and the actual models for murals cre-
-. -... located. The centerpiece of these environments, stir memories and ated during the 1800s. Most of
ROBYPAGEBack seven exhibits is "A Golden Ageof to evoke the imagination." these American paintings are less
I'.J In 1988, the Ham was little more than whits marks on pavement. Today, Painting," a display of 39 16th "Ancient Sparta" and "Ancient abstract than the art in other ex-
I It's the largest art museum of any Southeastern Conference University. and 17th century Dutch, Flemish Athens" Introduce the exhibit. hibits. An entire section of "Amer-
and German paintings. The Dutch Both created by Stephen An- ican Painting" is dedicated to



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exhibit's and the museum's encounters is "Go Co Go," an im- Although the vast display of art
most imposing display is "Dean- pressionistic work that at first at the Harn would already take
gle (Spirit and Masquerade)," a glance looks like a woman's con- hours to consume thoroughly,
costume used by the Mano peopleof torted face and twisted body Sec- more features are on the horizon.
Liberia. The story behind this ond and third glances reveal more The auditorium will be put to
costume is the stuff of which leg detail, such as stretched reproductions good use with upcoming films
ends are made. of the woman's face and and lectures. New exhibits will
When boys became a certain buildings in the background. Like continue to pass through the Harn
age, they were sent to circumci- other paintings in the Latin Amer- Museum.
sion camp. One boy donned the ican exhibit, what "Go Go Go" But for now, take a long stare at
scarecrow-looking costume and means is in the eye of the beholder. Gunther Gerzo's "Abstraction,"
r returned to the village, where he
asked for food for himself and his
camp companions. The costume
covered the boy's entire body, including -
x his face, hands and feet.
+ 1tr Towering over Harn visitors,
+ w 1 t the statuesque display consists of
I an oval face with narrow-slit eyes,
I conical headgear and a grass or
bast.fiber skirt descending to the
e ground. "Deangle" is certainly
among the Harn's most awesome
works of art.Between .
"Art of West Africa"
and the next exhibit, "Contemporary -
Latin American Paintings,"
are two atriums where sunlight is
allowed to enter the Exhibition
I Gallery Here window seats are
available for museum visitors to
-- sit and contemplate! the art they'veseen
J. S. SULLIVAN and the art still to come.
John Chamberlain's 'Please Chief" leads the way to the Ham Exhibition The "Contemporary Latin
Hall" American Paintings" exhibit that
follows features paintings by art-
European-influenced (especially The Harn's brochure on ists from Central and South Amer-
Italian) American art. People are Herzog's exhibit reveals an Inter- ica and the Caribbean and is on
prominent subjects of much of esting detail about the artist's display through June 1992.
these works. technique: "He not only worked
Items like "Red Rising" still directly from nature, but he also From one perspective, Antonio
leave much to the Imagination. used remarkable recall of scenesto Amaral's oil on canvas painting
Howard Thomas' work of art con- execute accurate versions years "Battlefield 31" looks like a view
sists of a multitude of colors sprin- later." It goes on to assume thatHerzog's of hair follicles magnified under a 4'A
kled onto canvas. "You'll see all trips to Gainesville date microscope. From another per- .
kinds of things in there," docent from 1890 to 1900 and that some spective, "Battlefield 31" can be
Jones said to her tour group Sun of his painted records of those seen as five forks with yellow food
day afternoon. "Use your Imagination. trips may have been producedmuch remnants clinging to each one."Pilgrims" .
." later. also /arouses
The next exhibit probably can The next spectators' imaginations. In the
correctly be identified as a sub-ex- exhibit is "Art of Papua, New painting, ghoulish-looking people
hibit of "American Painting." "A Guinea," which presents costumes draped in black coats and wearing
Distant View: Florida Paintings by and masks of that area's societies, huge, black hats walk in opposite
Herman Herzog" ("Trees, Trees while its sister exhibit, "Art of directions. A mist covers the
and More Trees" might be a more West Africa," can easily be de- scene, creating a melancholy tone.
appropriate title) is a collection of scribed as a collection of ritual art One man suggested that the paint-
the natural visions of the German- because many of the displayeditems ing depicts a funeral scene. What
born artist. Herzog was a prolific seem to have some cultural ever the point of view, "Pilgrims"is
artist throughout his 100-year life. usually religious significance certainly the kind of paintingthat
Some of his paintings on displayat Both exhibits are on perma- Invites speculation.When .
the Harn depict Gainesville nent view at the Harn. entering the Exhibition
, scenes. Jones speculated that Extravagant ritual masks line Gallery by way of the "Contemporary -
Prairie the of ,the walls of the "Art of West Af- Latin American Paintings" NATALEE WATERS
Paynes was subject Audrey Flack's "Goddess Islandia stands majestically In the Harn's'Color In Art' I
I one painting. rica" exhibit. But perhaps the exhibit, the first work of art one exhibit.

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UNIVIR r fit People Awareness Week Begins Saturday ; 1

Coretta Scott King Speaks ThursdaySpeeches

by civil rights leader Coretta At 8 p.m. Carlos Oliva and the Judge's

Scott King and William Demby, 1990's Nephews will perform Latin Amencan
Outstanding Disabled Veteran, a perfor- e dance music in the Reitz Union Ballroom.The .
mance by a Latin American dance band e e Reitz Union Cinema will show "My

Produced by UF Information and Publications Services 355 and an Oriental Fair are a few of the Left Foot" at 7 and 9:30: p.m.
1 pert Hall, and paid lor at usual advertising rates to communicate events scheduled for UF's first annual Throughout the week, Gator Diningwill
official notices and important information to Awareness Week. offer cultural meals and brown bag
' students, (acuity and staff Call 392 0186 fill information People _
Beginning Saturday, Sept. 29, and run- forums will be held at noon on the Reitz
ning through Oct. 5, a number of UF divi- Union north lawn. The Institute of Black
sions and student organizations will Culture will hold an open house at noon

CIRCA Schedules sponsor events to "Celebrate Diversity," Monday through Friday. Fraternities,
the week's theme. All events are free and sororities and residence halls will competein

open to the public. a banner contest. "Fun Graffiti" chalk
Non-Credit Computer The week will kick off with a half-time Jr., will speak Thursday at 8 p.m. in the drawings will be on the Reitz Union

announcement at the UF vs. MississippiState O'Connell Center. Housing Channel 8 will South Terrace, and art by students of
Classes For StudentsUF's football game Saturday, followed bya present three "Eyes on the Prize" programs Alachua County Schools and the Baby
Ragin' Gator Cajunfest at 7 p.m. at : "The Promised Land" at 9 p.m., Gator Nursery will be displayed in the
Center for Instructional and Broward Beach.A y'Ain't Gonna Shuffle No More"at 10 p.m. Reitz Union second-floor gallery. People
Research Computing Activities is offering Diversity Fair will be held Wednes- and "A Nation of Law?" at 11 p.m. Awareness Week t-shirts are available at

non-credit computer classes for students day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Reitz On Friday, Student Affairs will sponsor the Campus Shop and Bookstore at the
fall term. The classes meet in the Union north lawn. IRHA Box Office will a teleconference, "Campus Responsesto HUB for $5.95.
CIRCA microcomputer XT lab in 211 show "Torch Song Trilogy" on Housing Racial Harassment and Intimidation," For more information about People

Computer Sciences and Engineering Channel 8 at 9 p.m. from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Reitz Union Awareness Week and individual events,
Building. Each class is limited to 22 Coretta Scott Kong, activist and widow of Auditorium. An Oriental Festival will be contact Jay Scott, Division of Housing,
students and will provide hands-on ex- slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King held from 4 to 8 p.m. in 120 Reitz Union. 3922161.On .

perience on IBM PC/XT/ computers. Sunday, William Demby, a double-
Class admission tickets, which cost$15, leg amputee and 1990's Outstanding

are available from the University Box Of- President Lombardi! : Disabled Veteran, will play on a UF
fice from 9:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. celebrity basketball team against the North
Tickets may be exchanged but cannot be Florida Renegades Wheelchair Team at 7
refunded. All course materials will be pro- the Florida The film
Let's Celebrate Gym. "My
vided. October classes are as follows. Laundrette" will play at the Reitz

INTRODUCTION TO DOS-Section Union Cinema at 7 and 9:30 and UF
: p.m.
D4: Oct. 1 and 3, 7:20: to 9:10: p.m.; Sec- Dear University of Florida Students, Staff and Faculty: Channel 8 will show
The of Florida will celebrate Awareness Week, September 29 Housing "Eyes on
University People
tion D5: Oct. 13, 10 a.m. to noon and 1 the Prize The Time Has Come"at 7
to 3 p.m.; Section D6: Oct. 23 and 25, 7:20: through October 5, 1990. The theme for this year's program is "Celebrate Diversity and : Each Other with p.m.LeoBuscaglia"

to 9:10: p.m.; Section D7: Oct. 29 and 31, ," and the purpose of this celebration is to encourage the acceptance, appreciation "Loving at 8 The InterResidenceHall
and respect of the rich diversity we have in this community.The p.m.
9:35: to 11:30: a.m. Intended for users with, Association Box Office will
experience.INTRODUCTION People Awareness Week Advisory Committee has developed a variety of present"Glory"
TO WORDPERFECTSection events and activities throughout the week that will provide great opportunities for on Housing Channel at 9 p.m.
will also '
Demby present a Profiles
W6: Oct. 1 and 3, 12:50: to 2:45p.m. : us to learn about and experience human diversity. in 8 the
I to join me in a renewed commitment to the promotion of Courage, at p.m. Monday in
.; Section W7: Oct. 8 and 10, 7:20: to encourage you Reitz Union Ballroom. Other
9:10: p.m.; Section W8: Oct. 15 and 17, 7:20: understanding and appreciation of difference. Much is to be learned and valuedin planned for Monday include a cross-cul-events

to 9:10: p.m.; Section W9: Oct. 27, 10 a.m. our interactions with others. C0 \'I tural communications workshop at 7 p.m.
to noon and 1 to 3 Section W10 Oct.
p.m.; : in 355-6 Reitz Union and Housing Chan--
29 and 31, 12:50: to2:45: p.m.; Section W11: nel 8 film
showings "Eyes on the Prize:
Oct. 30 and Nov. 1, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. In- John President V. Lombardi Two Societies" at 9 p.m. and "On Being
tended for users with no experience usinga with
Gay" McNaught at 10 p.m.
word .
processing program.INTRODUCTIOI1 The President's Humanitarian Awards

TO LOTUS 1-2-3- ceremony and reception will be held at 4pm.
; Section L5: Oct. 1 and 3, 9:35: to 11:30: .
Tuesday in the Reitz Union
a.m.; Section L6: Oct. 2 and 4, 12:50: to I CAMPUS u I Ballroom. UF President John Lombardi!
TH /NroWEl'
2:45: p.m.; Section L7: Oct. 9 and 11, 7:20: foai will present four awards--one each to a
to 9:10: p.m.; Section L8: Oct. 22 and 24,
faculty member, staff member, student
7:20 to 9:10 Intended for withno ---
: : p.m. users and
TODAY community member-in recognitionof
experience using a spreadsheet sponsored by UF English department, significant humanitarian contributions
program. LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO- free and open to public, 8 p.m., 105 Fine to UF and the community. A "Celebration -
QUIUM, "Latin America to Micronesia: Arts
Videography in the Field," by UF an- Building B.FRIDAY in the Arts" is scheduled for 8 p.m.,
CLAST Math Workshop thropology professor Allan Bums and UF also in the Reitz Union Ballroom. Campus -

Latin Amencan Studies graduate student SG AWARENESS WEEK CONCERT by Housing Channel 8 will show "Still

Slated For Next WeekThe Bruce Dalusio, noon, 376 Grinter Hall. the Smithereens and Carry! Nation, 7 p.m., Burning: Ethnoviolence on Campus" at
MUSIC SEMINAR, "Madness in UF Bandshell, free and open to public. 7:30: p.m. and "Eyes on the Prize:
Office of Instructional Resources Music: The Works of Peter Maxwell FLORIDA PLAYERS' OPENING ofSteinbeck's Power! at 8 p.m. IRHA Box Office will
Teaching Center will conduct a free, two- Davies show "Steel Magnolias" at 9 on
by UF music department facul- "Of Mice and Men, 8:15: p.m.
part math review workshop next week for ty member Kandace Farrell, 1:55: p.m., p.m., Constans Theatre, continues Housing Channel 8.
students to take the
planning 120 Music Building. through Oct. 6. Tickets, free to UF
Level Academic Skills Test CLAST The
( ) STUDY IN POLAND INFO session, led students and $6.50 for
general public,
sessions, to be held on Oct. 1 and Oct. 3
by Haling Stephan, UF associate professorof available at University Box Office in Reitz UPS Offers Information
7 to will be conducted in the
Center Russian and foreign study academic Union, 9:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
which is located in the
Teaching basement of the, southwest of advisor, 3 p.m., 315 Black Hall. EXHIBIT OPENING, "Haiti from the Sessions On Benefits
ARTHUR G. PETERSON LECTURE IN Inside, Out,"features traditional folk arts
Broward Hall.
is limited
Seating so DEATH EDUCATION, "Bereaved and photographs of contemporary< Haiti, University Personnel Services' (former-
students should call 392-2010 for
tions. Students without reservations reserva-will Children," by J. William Worden, Har- continues through\ Nov. 2, Grinter ly the Division of Human Resources)

be admitted if is available. vard Child Bereavement Study principal Galleries, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays and Fringe Benefits Office will conduct fall
only seating investigator, 7 p.m., 137 Norman Hall. 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays. semester Informational programs about
SUMMER STUDY IN MOSCOW MONDAYNUI'RITIONAL open enrollment for vanous fringe

University Senate Meets predeparture ,meeting, led by Eva benefits and workers'/unemployment/
Eichhorn, UF visiting lecturer of Russian SCIENCES SEMINAR, compensation. For more information,'call
Today At 3:30: In McCartyThe and foreign study academic advisor, 7:20: "Effects of rHuman Growth Hormone on Fringe Benefits, 392-1225. October's infor-
p.m., 2303 Hall. Steroid Induced Protein Catabolism," by mation session schedule follows.
University Senate will hold its first EVENING WITH TENNESSEE Morey Raymond, M.D., Jacksonville OPEN ENROLLMENT SESSIONSOct. -

meeting, of the fall semester at 3:30: p.m. WILLIAMS, featuring music, lectures and Nemours Children's Clinic, 4 p.m., 1: 357 Reitz Union, two sessions-1

today in McCarty Auditorium. excerpts from Williams' works, free and R3-265 Health Science Center Academic to 2:15: p.m. or 2:30: to 3:45: p.m. Oct. 2;
UF Provost Andrew Sorensen will ,open to public. Sponsored by UF theater Research Building. 361 Reitz Union, three sessions-'to.
preside over the meeting, which will include : department, 8 p.m.,Thomas Center, 302 WILDLIFE&RANGE SCIENCES SEM- 10:15: a.m., 10:30: to 11:45: a.m. or 1:30 to
presentation of UF s Quality of Life N.E. 6th Avenue. INAR, "Predator-Avoidance Behaviors of 2:45: p.m.WORKERS'.
Task Force report. No action items are READING BY SHORT STORY White-Tailed Deer Fawns," by UF assis- COMPENSATION SES-:

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" We don't work on Friday / It's edy club in Miami's Coconut Growing up In New Orleans,
, the Sabbath, you seeWe're 2 Grove. Joe Stone 25, Is the Lambert received his comedy
Live Jews I And we're kosheras co-owner of Hot Productions calling while attending
we wanna> be the home of more than 30 rap Louisiana State University. He
These days, to make it In the and dance acts, including performed at clubs around
entertainment industry, it Gucci Crew and LTrimm. town, going on to open for
takes a lot of chutzpah, not to The two met at a poker gamea Elaine Boosler and Jay Leno.
mention great timing and a bit couple of years ago. Lambert He also appeared on
of maze!-tov (good luck). Well said, "I noticed Joe's improv Showtime's "Comedy Club."
two geriatric men from South skills early on. We would always Lambert says his parents
Florida are making their markas sit there and do character have been very supportive of
the deffest dudes on Miami voices back and forth. I noticedhe his career choice. had the r
Beach since Jackie Mason and was a natural at it." kind of family where If I came
Max Perlman.They're 89yearold A few months ago, they Joked home with a ton of rocks,
M.C. Moisha and 81yearold about the 2 Live Crew controversy they'd buy them as paper
Easy Irving, known to rap "We talked about the weights," he says.
fans across The Promised Landas 2 Live Crew in our Jewish Stone's story is somewhat
2 Live Jews. Their debut, As voices," says Lambert. "And we similar. He began entertainingat
Kosher As We Wanna Be, has looked at each other and said age 7, performing at his
spawned the hit single"Oly, It's 'Hey how 'bout the 2 Live sister's bat mitzvah. While in
So Humid." Jews? That's what we should high school Stone says, "I was
I was sweatin' like a mule / dol' We laughed at first and always getting Into trouble as
I I was fryln' like a blintz /1 was didn't think anything of it. And the class clown, making fun of
swimmin' in my shorts IIf\ ya then we said, '2 Live Jews teachers.He .
get my drift / Oy. (it's so this could cook up)'" worked for independentrecord
humid... Then faster than you can say distributors while still
It's not so much a parody of "manichewitz matzoh balls" in his teens. For the first four
their home boys 2 Live Crew as they went into Stone's record- months at one company, he
it Is rapping to the tune of their ing studio. Since its release In swept floors and cleaned
Jewish heritage. 2 Live Jews August, the Kosher album has toilets for free all In hopesof
are only two of many charac- sold more than 20,000 copies. working in the music In-
( ters from the polyester-filled Both Lambert and Stone are dustry. After one semester at
closets of the comedy team surprised by its success. "We Florida State University, he
Lambert and Stone. really never expected it to takeoff returned to Miami and began
Eric Lambert, 27, is the like it has in this amount of Hot Productions with his
Before: Lambert and Stone
house emcee at Coconuts com- time," says Lambert. father, Henry' Stone (TK
Records president) and Paul princess / Shopper of the year Young Jews be proud
Klein. In 1986 Stone produced I Jewish American princess /
With the of 2 Live
"Ronnie's Rap," a modest hit Her daddy, oh so dear/Jewish success
spoof of President Ronald American princess / I love to Jews, it's not surprising that
everyone wants a piece of the
Reagan.So hear her whine
who is funny to these unleavened pie. Television and
their radio
Since making movie offers have been
likes Robin Wil-
guys? Stone
debut on 610 WIOD's "The Neil "We have
a great many
liams and Jonathan Winters. "
the duo
Rogers dynamic
people looking at us now that
Lambert enjoys Bill Cosby and have received national ex-
Jay Leno, and he gives a lot of with are developing us as the next
posure an appearance on "
comedy team of the 90s, lam-
credit to the late Lenny Bruce. "Live with Regis and KathyLee. bert
e "He had a very wonderful ." TheirHumid" hit was says.
where he said it's all in
even the No. 1 pick on "Dr.
determining what I say Is art Demento Show." Even If this is just a fluke,
and what you say is smut," he Lambert says he'll always be a
says. "I've always had a great 2 Live Jews aren't the only comic. "Even if I have to build
admiration for Lenny Bruce." shtick these guys can pull off. my club with my own two
1 2 Live Jews' story wouldn'tbe Between them, they boast more hands I would do stand-up"
complete without controversy. than 50 Impersonations. The he says. "It's a fun art form."

Some say they're reinforc- cavalcade of characters will ap-
ing Jewish stereotypes. Stone pear on their next release early These "nice Jewish boys" are
and Lambert see things dif- next year. Although it will be a currently working on a live
ferently."If compilation of characters, 2 show. No tour has been
somebody Is going to make Live Jews probably will appearon scheduled, but Lambert and

Jll fun of it, great," Lambert says. the next album. Stone would like to perform at

"It's gonna be there for some- For 40 years we wandered on UF.
one to make bad with It as the I Barren desert sand / Till
well." Stone adds "The biggest Joshua the leader / Brought us Easy Irving said, "I 1 just vantit
group of people that have to the Promised Land / So when> to be known that if I come
GIOVANNI bought It has been the Jewish you kick this rhyme / You to Gainesville I'm expecting all
I community. They love It!" wanna sing it out loud / You the girls to come rescue me
After: 2 Live Jews She's a Jewish American are the nation of our fathers / from that bastard Moisha*

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Restaurant Leonardo's 706 Scully's Seafood Place

# Derby Chinese food 5-9 lunch Experience the Renaissance, progressive The Market Street Pub wallet suffer when you
: delivery pm;
We know how particular are about and fresh fish in an alternative -
you pastas have a desire for seafood? Scullof-
11-230 dinner 5-9
your steaks, that's why we only serve : ; pm every day except atmosphere. Offering thai. Enjoy fresh handcrafted import style fers plenty of quality seafood such as
Tues. block to
steaks that are fresh cut, never frozen night. Only a campus. Chicken, Cajun Shrimp, Corganzola beers In a jovial English pub. Live entertainment Crab Legs, Grouper, Catfish Shrimp,
1225 W. Univ. Ave. Chef J J10
and broiled exactly the way you order. yrs. exp. Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&California and Fri, Sat evenings No Scallops, Clams and Stuffed Crab at
Our Prime Rib is a specialty of the Chicago Style Pizzas. DaVlnd's de- cover.120 SW 1 1st Ave.377-2927.Lunch prices you can afford. Nonseafooditems

house with different cuts to satisfy 372.6666.COFFEEHOUSE light. Afterwards enjoy homemade and dinner dally. also available. Lobster night

every appetite.Seafood lovers will feel desserts, espresso, cappucdno&a ter- every Tuesday night. Casual atmo
right at home with a large and varied iflc wine list. Kevin Curtin chef. S.-Th. sphere.Open for lunch weekdays from
The Mill
selection to choose from. Dinners come Philosophy Store 5-10 pm & Fri. & Sat. 5-11 pm. 706 W. Bakery, 11:30am: to 2:30: pm. Open Sunday

complete with our fabulous Super Univ. Ave.3782001.Manara's Eatery & BreweryFull through Thursday from 5:00pm: to
Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W.
Salad Table, your choice of potato and Bar,fresh brewed beer.Drink Specials 10:00pm.: Open Friday and Saturday
Univ. Ave. 378-6370. In the tradition of
oven baked bread. From 5 to 7 p.m. join 4-7 Patio with from to : MC/VISA.
daily. Expanded 5:00pm: 11:00pm.
bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th
your friends for the Dost Happy Hour 13th Street 371-1811.
live entertainment Wed.-Sat. 2031 NW ,
in town. Enjoy reduced price cocktails & 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by Since 1955."Some things never change. nights.
plus complimentary hot and cold chef the bean or by the brew.Espresso,Cap- fortunately your good taste and our Oaks Mall Plaza, 3310110.Murphy's .

selected Hors d' Oeuvres. Banquet facilities puccino, & numerous exotic coffees consistently delicious Italian food.*
available. Most major credit from the world over.Many varieties of Open 7 days.Dinner served from 5 pm. Pub
cards accepted. Reservations not tea, too. 10am-10pm Mon-Sat Gainesville's most popular Italian Res-

needed but for parties of six or more, taurant for over 30 years. Casual attire Daily Specials 0e
please call\373-0088.5220 S.W. 13th St., welcome. Fresh dishes daily including Dell Sandwiches& Ice cold beer!

just south of Williston Rd.Ivey's chicken, veal, steak, shrimp & home- Billiards, Darts and Video games. c
DELI43rd made desserts at affordable prices. Happy Hour 4.7 Daily. Mon.-Thur.

Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail 11am-12pm. Fri.-Sat. 11am-lam. Sun.
Grill able. Only 2 112 miles from campuseast Ipm-IOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across
Great place for a date-cozy and Inti- St. Deli & ( on Univ. Ave.) 2010 HawthorneRd. from the YMCA pool.372-4751.
mate. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and din (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall
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ations.Specializing In seafood,chicken Gainesville's Premier KosherstyleDell. we can serve your dinner meetings. Red Lion Tavern

and pasta dishes. Sensually seductive Excellent breakfasts. Featuring Party with the true Cator fans!! Friday

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7 days, 6 ngihts. 3303 W. Univ. Ave. 2927 MEXICANBurrito I 13th St. 378-6320
371-4839. I

J's Restaurant Brothers
Breakfast house 20 years. Serving Taco Co. Steaks

00-2.30: every day. One block to cam- Serving Gainesville since 1976. 100%" Beef & SpiritsFor

j pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave.372.6666.Snuffy's Corner vegetarian items available. Try our famous the best steaks and prime rib in

Restaurantand ; Fine Dining and SpiritsA guacomole!Open 7 days until 10. Aw Shucks Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
inn 16 NW 13th St.378-5948. charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
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Lounge uniquely prepared seafood, veal, Seafood Restaurantand your dinner. Chicken & Seafood tool!

1017 .376-8699 steaks, fowl, and pasta specialities. El Toro Oyster Bar Open daily 5-10.2 For 1 well drinks k
Caribbean pub atmosphere with gourmet Tableslde flambe' desserts and coffee dollar drafts from 5-7 pm. 6-Pound
over seven of
burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, drinks. Gainesville's best fine dining Mexican Restaurant the freshest years serving seafood some in challenge. 2310 SW 13th St.373-4301.
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand- experience at reasonable prices.Dinner 1723 SW 13th Street. Gainesville. Lunch and dinner
wiches, and New clam chow Great Mexican Food.7 specials
England served nightly from 530: pm. Lunch Days.El change dally. Killer chicken wings, hot THAITim's
der. Relax and favorite Tore and thaf bull!
enjoy your served Monday through Friday 11:30to : no crawfish dip, sauteed mushrooms and
cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. 230.: SUNDAY EVENING SEA- onions with melted provolone and the

Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight; FOOD BUFFET. Reservations El Toro To Go tastiest clam chowder. Full service bar
(Fri &Sat!), 11:30: am-2 am;(Sun),6 pm- recomended. 101 SE 2nd PI,behind the with the tallest bar In town.We have It
11 Happy Hour 3-7 MC, Visa Thai RestaurantBrings
pm. pm. Hippodrome Theater the Downtown
fresh and it's always good!!! Check us
11am-lam.1203 SW 16th Ave
& Am. X. Entertainment District. 375-7620 out. In the Kash-n-Karry Shopping you the "Best Blend of the OrI-
MC/VISA/AMEX behind Players3748100La Center 4212 NW 16th Blvd. 372-0332. ent. Open Mon-Sat,Closed Sun.Visa,
.MC AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-
Woody's Nationally M-W 1130am-1: am;Th-F 1130am-2am:
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3458 W.Univ.Ave.11/2 mi.from cam- ITALIAN Mexican Restaurant

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soups & salads featuring top quality taurant. Our family restaurants have Galley InformationRegarding
Boors Head cold cuts on specially Pizza PalaceThe been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. Family owned for over 40 years. We
baked fresh bread served in a relaxed Original Serving daily lunch specials llam- serve the finest In seafood and chicken.
casual atmosphere,conducive to meet- kind of place your friends wouldtell 2:30pm: &:delicious dinner entree's 5-10 For the diet conscious, try Our grilledand Out On The Town,.

ing friends, entertaining parents It you about. Homemade pasta, fresh weekdays & 5-10-30(): weekends. Comein broiled menu Items. We also fea- Contact
family or conducting light business baked lasagna &sauces made to order. & give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI. ture an abundant Buffet and Salad Bar. Amanda Escoblo
transactions. Imp. & domestic beer, Open every day at 5pm.Corner of NW (between Service Merchandise & Mr. Across from Krlspy Kreme, 309 SW 376-4482
wine. MC & VISA accepted. Open M- 23rd Ave. and 6th St.372-1546 Han's)332-0878. 13th St. 372-6311

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$250 pays all, $150 security dep. Call
1 FURNISHEDWalk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, 2099. 9-28-5-2 376-5297 813-056-1559.. TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 See. drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters.
SECURE 2br/1.5ba condo near UF. Pool
to UF, corner room wsink, ch/ac, Plus LMR. Pool, laundry no cats or dogs. laundry ft furn. available. Asking $400 per, n/s/ f-lun share seml-furn 2B/28 with me Factory reconditioned unused In past 2
hare kit A baths. $175/mo. Incl. utll, Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 12-14- mo./neg. 392-5910 day or 378-4511 eve. and my protective dog. Call late and keep yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs.
wash/dry prefer male students. 378.8122 76-2 9-28-5-2 trying. $$192.50 1/2 util. 376-1122. Good machine for small type shop. System
9-27-5-5 Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 6 font
or 3766652. 10210.1
Oak Glade Apts near UF ft VA, quiet 3 males need a roommate for one bdr In disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
washer/dryer available In most units for ROCKWOOD VILLAS Rmmtes or 4 Sale, 373-9926 for more Info.
Housing Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop a 4bdr/2ba house. Need bdr furniture.
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath Lux 3bd/3ba In secure area Neat + N/S.
all utll paid Inc. ac. 10 meal weekly $156/mo 1/4 utilities Call 375-2321. .
parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. $250-$375, sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- For Info call 335-9124 or 18005370600. Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more *
brands all at New Locatlonl! Car
76-2 0-28-5-8 are our
117 NW 15th St. 3774269.
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-

Sublease Oakbrook Walk ibdr of 2bdr MOBILE HOMES: N/S M rmmt to share 2bdr/2ba apt, own 2070. 12-14-76-6

apt., 3rd floor, wash/dry, $380/mo must COUNTRY LIVINQ-near34 St Plaza. 2BR bdr/ba, $250/mo + 1/2 util near campus.

be male, call Jeff 3352803. 10810.1 duplex quiet wooded area, cent air, pets 3 FOR RENT/SALE Located 9-28-5-5 at Oxford Manor. Call 375-6326. MICRO Editor's choice CENTERComputers. Hewlett Packard 376-1146

ok $285MILL
Responsible n/t for private br w/bath 3 Best rental value. Mobile homes or lots.
Wanted N/S M share In 3bdr3baIn 9H Northgate. Price lower than mall-
: room
blocks from I80s/m utll 2BR
campus + nag RUN-Spaclous Townhouse Will take long-term travel trailers. Some
ROCKWOOD 145/mo 1/5 utilities. order. Systems below Include 1mb 40mb
371-2556 2br house 2nd br Is used as 2.5BA pool cent air, fans, deck, new good mob. homes for sale. Pool, quiet.rredondo + MC
Harddlsk, monitor.
Call 335-6242. 10-5-10-5 ((28ms) graphics
storage. 9-28-3-1 paint near Mall and UF $450 Farms Mobile I Home Park. 378- 266/12 $1195 MC 386SX $1370,

Room for rent Immediately!Mature,health OAKS-2BR 2.SBA Townhouse 9291. 12-14-63-3 F n/s for own room In 3bd/2ba safe, large Northgate 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge
conscious female' willing to ,..ch.no.baby.'ttln" SOUTHFORK hookups Inc. apt. $150mo+1/3utll. Can't mind large, laptop w/40 MB hd ft battery $2395.1 I ft
dishwasher, pool,
for some rent Good deal, exc.atmosphere. some utilities $450TOWNHOUSE SUBLEASE: well-trained dog. 373-7291 Iv. mess. 10- 2 year warranties. Onsite warranties *,
1.5.5 Panasonic 1180 printer $185 HP LaserJet
3722838. 0-28-2-1
4 HOUSE/APT. lip $1049. 3743 W. University Ave.
Off of 20 Ave. 28R .SBA
M needed for
Rockwood Villas
rmmt own 12-14-76-6
Room for rent, good for f student or retiree $325
Cent air, dishwasher, hook-ups w/all
Nice condo
country area btwn Alach ft HS, 7 mln Studio For Rent 245 a month utll and fully turn br/ba. 3br/3ba
to 1.75, l75/ome utll! kit A ph.use call one week free rent! Just.4 block northOf amenities. $225/mo. Call Dan 3369332. 1973 Eagle bus serial, 8997 Entertainer

eve 9pm Sat Sun 462-1667. 1024.1 KEY MANAGEMENT UF C.1I378.1875. 10-4-10-4 .28.5.1F conversion. No better to entertain at the
games. Must see. Call Ben Reed 1-800-
372-3060 studio from roommate house In NW area $200mthand 10-3-10-6 .
.Subleasefrnshd across 356-6610. ,
FOR RENT: 1/3 of $400 deposit' own bedroomand
10-1-5-2 UFo All utll pd Inc ae. pool prkg. Indry.
bath clean roommates attend Santa 1 month old moutaln bikes $300 each
2 290/mo. Call Paul 376-1715 or ((813)977-) 2
UNFURNISHED 2 br/1 1/2 ba townhouse, walk to UF, 7426. 02754Subleasevery Fe. Call 377.7118.28.3.5 nlshlkl pueblo hardrock with U-locks call

wash/dry, pets OK Oct. free, 450mo. 377-1366 If not home leave messageobo.
INCREDliUKrfloleneyApt. security 3364068. 10-8-8-2 close to campus. N.W. M to share 1 bdrm apt $125+ 1/2 util pets
side. 1 bdr $265/wter Included. Call 334-
tailing at$189 Available 2 br near UF 7425. 10-1-5-4 or sublease same apt $250 no dep call

Starting' at 1238 / 2 ledreomMEADOWCREST Cent, ath, water sewer paid $280/mo Julie 334-6663 Iv message 0-27-2-5

1605 SW 42nd SI 1 bdr/iba apt, safe area,close to campus,
Female needed for 2 bdr/2ba apt. r+
110 NW 39th Ave Call 1-486-4047 after 6:00pm: $245mo., Sept. (free, call 335-3864 alter' $200/mo 1/2 utilities washer/dryer.Call

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Detectors, Infinity, Sintul, Sony ? We'll get It for you. Best prices. dows sunroof Immac. engine, fuel-In, Call Oatsun for F10 details 78-S400 3353896. 10-2-4-9 needed for student side call 335-2934;
Orion, Bazooka, Horn or Car Stereo. We deal direct. No middle man. Can jected V6 performance. $2000 OBO please leave message. -28-3-10
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6 2.5.8 90, 35k/82kae and lots more, asking ONE LSU TICKET NEEDED-CALL
Ford Fairmont' 79, 76k automatic white Call after 378-
BEDS BEDS BEDS Fender Tube Amp Bandmaster Reverb color, red Inside, a/c, stereo, $1200, call 9620.$3500/13750 10-3-5-9 neg. 6pm DOUG 336-8239.
NEW FURNITURE USED Head, loud, sweet tube sounds 150.00, 334-5868 after 3 pm. 10-2-5-9
Lowest Discount Prices also EV 12" speaker In cabinet 90.00, call
Dumas Discount 378-3267. 8-27-26 Cheap 1980 Ford Fairmont. Runs good, 10 WANTEDLocal
1421 NE 8th Av. 371.4422 many new parts. Have all paperwork. 11 SERVICESFREE
9-28-24-6 moving sale: Contemporary, queen size $700 obo. Call Joe or Laura 335-1419 or Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
waterbed, black vinyl headboard & matchIng lye mlg. 10-2-5-9 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fin.J.w.lry .
ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: slderalls perfect condition $200 373-9243. 12-14-76-10 *
Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba matching black dresser 6 drawer & mirror 1980 HONDA ACCORD 4dr new paint, Test
Crunch Hatter MEI VSE alarm lanzar 125 $150, 19.In color TV $80call 375- tires, and tinting. Needs engine work. Need fix to LSU game, 373-7026 eves. Gainesville Pregnancy Women's
NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6 3604. 10-25-6 Call Brian 335-9642. Leave Message. 9-28-5-10 HEALTH CENTER
720 NW 23rd Avenue
DISCOUNT HI-FI King size black, waveless waterbed, origInally Wanted Mississippi State tickets. Call 377.5055
$600, now $300.obo, owned for 3 BMW 325.. 1987 Must sell. Excellent 374-4633. ask for Jim or Trey. 9-27-4-10
722 S. Main The Red Bldg. ( )
days. 3354544. 10-5-86 cond. black leather Int. sunroof, built In
WE ARE CHEAPER radar del. $15900/OBO./ Call 3356345. 3 Mississippi Slat Tix BIRTH CONTROL
30 gallon hex fish tank, hood, light, gravel' LEAVE MESSAGE. 10-2-5-9 Gynecology Services $180 Chris 3737371. 10-1-3-6 Will pay $$$, 375-3198 Iv. message. 9- 12-14-75-11
"CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
C64 w/prlnter/ monitor, and 300. programs .
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
modem ace. $400. Stereo and
d.mo. Call 336-91 student Iv. mes
spkrs-trntbl, cats, equal $200. Twin bed- .
sage. 10-19-36-6 nzO By Doyle kStanteckyowu
brand new. 378-8729. 10-1-3-6 WALr: KEIMf'S

Safari Audio Is Gainesville's newest & Until
Moped, Jawa 87, perfect condition, only
In car audio, cellular ft security
$200. Plus, Trek 12 bike for /
Custom Installation & repair. 336.1128. speed touring AW.YOUDOIRI a,4tA 1 71HIIR
just $175. Included are specialized bike
9-27-10-6 rr WAS you WHO nuwr
shoes 335-3666. 10-3-5-6 POWN TWIG DUMP AN' 19 THK69VKBSPONSIPO09U6 011'M 8A0--- WASt wt40u Au. RI6Fhf SOLIVIt
Custom Computers 288.12 $ 1000 286- FOR DB9TZOVIN' SCUM. AXPAO8, FILLIN' V=1111 GQLkAnIIS ---
LOVESEAT brown In of half ONE
20 $1100, 386SX '1200, all with 1 mega shape a AU. THB CONTENTS WKSlN.' DUMP!
ram, 40 meg. hard drive, monitor, 1 yr. circle, folds out to Ig queen bed. $800 "99 SCUM.I .
wny,332.8333. 9-28-10-6 new must sell $200 obo. Call Jay 332-

great shape, fold out to bed with
Many styles & models from only $200/set. thick mattress, rattan sides with pillows Ii 1.L
Covers also. Call Matt 3772110. 10-5- nice. 3365871 please Iv message $175
15-6 neg. 10136WATERBED r

2400 BD MODEM $98 for sale ** queen size with
heater and pedestal ** asking only 125.
WORD PERFECT $135 Also need 4 Growl coupons. Call How

CALL ELITE 335-1300. 336-9755. 10-3-56

11-1-33-6 IBM PC 5150 40MB harddrlve, 5.25 drive

with keyboard monitor and word pfct 5.0 THE MOBILE GoLDfisH by Brett Schroeder
*PRODIGY. sage.package 10-1-3-6$400. Call 375-6885 leave mes

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over payments, no equity required. / WHAT TINE isIT
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants Condo 2br/2ba. Let It pay for college. u NOuJTAA'
Oaks Mall area, loft-style study area, 65>uRr
for your dorm or apartment. We uDO
wash/dry/ porch. Call 4078629522. 9-
deliverRay's! Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave.
377-5265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 10-16- ((


All guitars 50%/ oil Precision Small Engine. Pickup ft Delivery -
I Gibson, Les Paul $240 available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, ..
Fender Stral w/case/ $399 across from Alley Katz 3363825. 10-31-
Takaminie classic $149

... Alvarez Acoustic $119BuyusedSAVESIGI 1973 BMW R75/5, American style, no fair-
I Ing, good cond, charcoal grey, $1100, 373-
Gold Standard 377-2646 0307 eves after' 6. 10+5-1 apetwo! by CRAIG' BAXTER ,

28-5-6 81' Jawls moped. good condition, low _
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school, etc. 8138252457. 9-26-5-6 Condition, custom silver paint I, 2 new tires A416611111 GOING 10 Br PukiNG\ MY
w/ Shoal hairnet.' $1500 call David 373- BRAINS/ OUT!
Commodore 128, expanded to 840k, 1571 5112. 10-2-5-8
drive, mouse, 16k printer Interface, many
'"geos programs voice master additional MOPED Yamaha Chippy, Good condition $' 'AN'N
software, will separate, $425, call 372- perfect to & from campus. $200 obo N
6547. 9-28-5-6 Call Jay 332-6396. 10-3-5-8 I( P a ( .

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$470. 335-1218 After 500PM.: 9-27-3-6
.' CENTURION 1988 Expert 54 cm. RATES, low payments, fast drive-
Shimano 105, aero and original handlebars thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 ,41 'C t 11 1 riyT I. +
perfect cond 376-0206 evenings 377-CARS. WE CARE. 10-4-10-9 Fnyeah So- -
$350 OBO. 9-27-3-6
r Marshall amp 100W head 4-12' speaker AM/FM, Excel. Cond., Full Main. 8 Service I iJr} aItlAr 'I I
flcabinet Great sound $700 call Bill 378- Reo. $1250. 338-7533 9-27-5-9 W'net r eve ,h Ilitk r 'l i,'N 1 'I.w1; L 04" If rqaHeyhis
8197 or leave messg 378-5138. 10-2-5-6
1968 Cadillac convertible, new transmission \ it A "MK! flrip, nark t fbal creator ofour. 'Top W Reason Why fo-..V CWderr Are Uwe".

". headboard Bedroom/ Suite:&Sena rails,queen triple mattress dresser,set 4- some, body good work.Interior$1750, rune, call good Don, after needs 5 *Not< { jo"** i 641" "Ac/frf/ J'tajluitff If l'"sl.' "glory ..1.1 I CaVf1 draw .

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sell It's a good deal., Kevin 335-7986 CD" :... own r ",
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Mini storage at 1-75 I NW 39th Ave COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarshlpsl .
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10*" disc, Students..3328917. 12- 1881
$20, Joplin MO 64802-1881. 800-879- 375TYPE3758973. 10-8-10-12
Car Care 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service resumes
14-78-11 7465. 12-14-75-11
$2.SO/hr ,15/page. Laser typeset
373-3191 graphics spell check theses 13 HELP WANTED
accepting students-
Located at campus Amoco papers special characters A employment
Get confidential tatting and treatment at Past UF
equestrian coach. Boarding, Handwash,Window In & out, databases A mailmerge A training.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 12- working students CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for Th.Indep.nd.nl .
accepted. Farrell Farms
Armor-all Dash and Tires, Vacuum WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 12-14- Florida
14-76-11 472-3142 10-9-30-11 76-12 Alligator. Must own
$10.00 reliable van or pick-up truck and be available -
BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION I CS 9-28-5-11 from 5 ..m. until 0 .m. Monday
** GATOR MOVING ** Typing/Word Processing.' Quality dependable -
through Friday. Must have excellent driving
Military tear gas & personal protection
service. Reasonable rates. Laser
Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- Thorough Research Papers. All subjects record and valid Florida .
Info. I Keychaln' unit or home canister 377-8175 driver li
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students accaptid. 468-3224 375-8080. NAILS BY VONDELL Gardena, CA. 00247. 1025.11
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Full lets 118 Fills $13 Hot oil Problems In Math? Then call Greg at 5.'. quality work, fast results, low rates, Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
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TUTORS. Warren Bernard and Economics Graduate
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Bruce UF
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companies that recruit on campus. Jump potential customer. Start Immediately: 3442973. 8-27-10-15 10-9-10-15
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able to lilt 60lb. boxes. Part-time.
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have own car N/S Call Erin 3753705. Photo needs responsible part-time
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:, Women's tennis team loaded for the fall season

there's tremendous amount of
experience all the down the .
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Despite having one of the best The team begins its individual
teams he's ever coached, UF fall season this weekend,as
women's tennis coach Andy and Holly
Brandi maintains a travel to' the ,
relaxed attitude."I horn Classic on
don't have anyexpectations tin, Texas. The
," players will be
Brandi said. "I just to the Roberta dI
want them to perform Tournament in

<%as well as they can loosa, Ala.Arendt .
perform, and I want will be
them to enjoy them- of competition
selves. And if they do other four to
that,the rest will take I weeks while
care of itself." ArendtGamecocks nurses a stress
Considering the ture and torn "
level of playing ability of the ments in her wrist.
women's tennis team, the results Adding to the team's
could be spectacular.The and experience will be
VOLVO Tennis/National of California at Berkeley
Collegiate Rankings, released Kay Louthian and freshman .
Tuesday, rated the Gators No. 2 in ons Erika Kuttler and Kristin
the nation and ranked senior Ni- mond. Kuttler was a Florida
cole Arendt as the third best sin- school state champion the past .
gles player and sophomore Andrea years.
Farley as fifth best singles playerin They're the biggest reason ALLIGATOR PHOTO
the nation. The doubles team the depth has become much of six returning starters from
of Jilllan Alexander and Arendt is this year," Brandi said. "I
ranked fifth and the team of Kay they're very quality players
Louthian and Farley is ranked very excited to use them in That goal includes winning the
15th.This lineup." NCAA team championship."For .

year's team also is the only Brandi will not establish anybody in, say,the top 15,
team in the nation to return all six playing roster until after the [winning the championship] is the
%tarters from last season. season of individual goal," Arendt said. "This is
"You know, these kids have He also hopes to improve last year We've worked hard
gone through everything from team's general fitness and come close.
being in a NCAA finals in singlesto to hit the ball deeper and with
being in the NCAA finals as a consistency. These goals "If we believe we can do it,that's
team event," Brandi said. "So been helped by the players' most of the battle."

ponder Receiver Everett out with cracked ribFrom

,conference slateUnited being named UFs starting quarter- when I woke up this morning, and I had a wishbone offense."It .
back to finding out,his school has been full range of movement in my arms." means 'a little, playing against my
Press International banned from playing in a bowl game, Shane Everett, though, does not blame Mat- homeboys," Matthews said. "There's like
Matthews has run an emotional gauntlet this thews for.the injury."It three or four on the team I know real well
Officials at the University of South season. was one of those games where we from high school. It'll be really, really inter-
Carolina said Wednesday they do not But after an X-ray taken Wednesday morn- didn't click like we were supposed to," Ev- esting."
know how the Gamecocks' sports ing revealed UF wide receiver Tre Everett erett said. "It was just something that hap-
schedules will 'change now that the will be out of action from three to six weeks pened, a freak accident." Even with Spurrier unhappy with his per-
university has joined the Southeastern with a broken rib, Matthews is coping witha Terence Barber,who is the Gators' No.:3, formance, Matthews is now listed among
Heisman USA
Conference, only that it will, new feeling- guilt. receiver, is slated to take Everett's place Trophy candidates in Today.
Matthews, who was the Gators' fifth-string
South Carolina, an independent when the Gators play host to MississippiState quarterback last spring, doesn't take the
football since 1971 and a' Metro Con- Alex Marvez ((12:40: p.m.,TBS). Barber has caught mention seriously."I .
ference basketball team since 1983, NOTEBOOK five passes for 96 yards this season with one ,
.'was invited to join the SEC Tuesday touchdown.UF thought it was really kind of ridiculous,"
.and acting president Arthur Smith accepted coach Steve Spurrier said Monty Dun- said Matthews,who is ranked with Brigham
the invitation. Matthews is taking responsibility for the can, who has three receptions for 36 yards, Young'sTy Detmer and Southern Cal'sTodd
would also see action against the Bulldogs. Marinovich as Heisman candidates. "I don'tsee
SEC Commissioner Roy'Kramersaid play which caused Everett's injury in UFs with
how candidate
they can put me as a
South Carolina will compete in 16 27-3 victory over Furman. Everett, a sophomore Matthews wants to Impress those "
men't and women's sports in the con. who leads the Gators in receiving 'homeboys' guys.
'ference beginning July' 1,- 1991, and yardage,was leveled by a Furman defensive Matthews has two reasons to perform well Jackson switched to tight end
;would play football In the conferenceby back while attempting to catch a Matthews'pass when the Gators face Mississippi State. Terrell Jackson has been switched from

', .1992 or.1993. on a crossing route."I The first is to save his starting job after'' fullback to tight end. Jackson, who trans-
-"I 1 think it will be entirely too difficult didn't look off the safety well enough," Spurrier said he was unhappy with ferred from the University of Miami in 1989,
to get in by 1992.Everything else ought' Matthews said. "(Everett) broke the rib Matthews'. performance against Furman. will be used mainly in short-yardage situa-
,'"to be ready to go by July 1991".said when I led him across the middle into a big ,Spurrier said he will keep Matthews as the tions.
.'Sterling Brown; the university's associate collision. It's just a terrible feeling I have starter but will not hesitate to use back-up Offensive lineman Tony Rowell is, also
athletic",director.. In ;charge;of right now.I can't put my feelings into words. Brian Fox."Shane. being used. as a tight end on shortyardageplays.
'4 :AI,scheduling! ,. "It's definitely a bad break. He's a big-play knows he can play better," Spur- .
threat, and he's got great speed. We still rier said."He's our starting quarterback,but
/"We're going to have)to take a t look:: have Ernie (Mills), but this definitely hurts Fox needs a chance to play. Maybe it's.timeto Charlie Dean,who is normally UFs short-
fat'our,football schedule"and we, .doa't;sif our offense." give Brian a try." yardage tight end,suffered a hip pointer and
:f know,where that will take us,"he said.;' broken is doubtful for Saturday's game..,
Everett wasn't aware he had the Matthews also may be under pressure to
tTuesdayrnlght'at"WUliarna-Brie; I' rib until Wednesday's X-rays revealed a impress some of his friends on the Missis- 2,000 tickets left
StaI -" crack."I sippi State roster. Matthews, a sophomorefrom There are still 2,000: tickets left for UFs
r ". dlum In Columbia,Kramer said sch&H'>< played the rest of the game, I guess Pascagoula,Miss.,was recruited by the game against Mississippi State this Satur-
,f'pting should! be,'finished... riIi:; 'ft;,?1 because 75,000 people cheering gave me a Bulldogs in.high school. He opted to play at day.There are also 200 tickets left for UFs
'9')' ;hKgs T.YT.n: ";,k"w'1"tJ'1t"r'I; "
adrenaline Everett said. "I felt UF because
of State
)jot, good Mississippi. was using a' Homecoming game against Akron.