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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 24 *" FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1990


Antideficit1awwou1dhurtUFfmancia1aid1By I I




MIKE BRUSCELL But Fooks,along with many U.S. lawmakers federal money they make from the transac- mined, she said.
Alligator Staff WriterIf doesn't expect the Gramm-Rudman- tions, Fooks said. An average Stafford loanis Many congressional leaders, including
Hollings Act to see the light of day. about $2,500, she said. Rudman, believe lawmakers won't risk the
the U.S.Congress doesn't draft a budgetby The act drafted in 1985 by Sen. Phil But further cuts in programs such as extensive damage that would be caused by
Monday, a federal anti-deficit law will Gramm, R-Texas; Sen. Warren B. Rudman, defense, air-traffic control and meat inspec- the law, said Rudman's spokesman, Paul
wipe out between $4 million and $5 millionin D-N.H.; and Sen. Ernest Hollings, D-S.C.- tion would wreak havoc, and legislatorswon't Jacobson, from Washington.But .
UF student aid, the campus financial aid requires legislators to bring the 1991 budget allow such chaos to occur,Fooks said. at Gainesville's U.S. Department of

director said Thursday.The down to $64 billion by next week, a cut of "We're very cautious that we're not Agriculture Soil Conservation Service, em-
automatic cut,which would eliminate about $85 billion.If screaming The sky is falling'," she said. ployees already are feeling a pinch.

about one-third of UFs$15 million in federal the act takes effect, the processing fee But other less-damaging cuts made in Temporary employees will be laid off for
financial aid, would affect about 10,000 stu- for student aid such as Stafford loans will place of Gramm-Rudman-Hollings reduc- two weeks starting Monday,and permanent
dents next year, said financial aid director rise from 5 percent to 5.5 percent. Banks tions may be proposed later,Fooks said.The employees will lose 20 hours from their work
Karen Fooks. that make the loans also will lose some extent of those cuts has not been deter- schedules, soil scientist Wade Hurt said.


Student senators




favor annexationBy


Gainesville's borders into
expand SON
JOHN F.BERRY
Alligator Writer the urban fringe.
"With coordination,we can unite
UF students living in southwest students (on issues) that affect us,"
Gainesville can expect better fire Lynch said. "Student Government NA
and police protection and may should get involved in lobbying 4RIS7A
enjoy lower rents If the area is efforts at the city and county leveL"Lynch LE H Hot'TRAcy N46t
annexed into the city, said Gaines- and Miranda said they
ville City Attorney Marion Radson. have three goals, one of which is FAULIMMUEL
And two students working on the keeping the city limits away from
Gainesville Annexation Govern- Paynes Prairie because they be-
ment Commission say they see a lieve development will hurt the TABOADArJ
chance to protect Paynes Prairie state preserve.
and increase student representation Also on their list is ensuring the rr
in local government if the proposal improvement of fire and police pro- r
is approved. tection.
Radson said the city is interestedin The senators believe their entry
annexing all of the urban areas into local politics may lead to a
outside the city limits, called the student special interest group or a
"urban fringe." student city com-
He said annexingthe "Student Govern- missioner. 777
urban fringe "Studentsmake
would push ment should get in- up 20 per-
Gainesville'spopulation cent of the
from volved in lobbying county," Lynch
85,000 to more efforts at the city said. "If annexed ---- J.S. SULLIVAN
than 120,000, in- into the city, we The Guardian Angels, formed In New York City In 1979, are forming a Gainesville chapter in
cluding those and county level. would be a response to last month's slaylngs. From left, RIchallen Ricardo, D. Santiago, Greg (last name I
students living larger percentage. withheld) and George Moore stand tall In front of the 34th Street wall, where the names of the
along Southwest -Travis Lynch five murder victims were painted in remembrance.
20th Avenue and "If 20
Student Senator we are

Archer"We're Road.look- one percent in five that's," he I Angels guard local streets I I

ing at it all,"he said. In addition to said. There are five commissioners -
improved services, city residentspay ; we should have one. It's fair."
bers in New York City.The has since
group grownto
lower property taxes and By MATTHEW SAUER
about 5,000 in 67 American, Canadian and Mex-
that may slice rent prices, Radson Most of UFs 34,000 students are Alligator Writer ican cities.

said.Donald spread out in six voting districts. Crime was a serious problem in Greg and Part of the Angels'philosophy is to act as a visible
Coughlin, a local Four are in the city and two are in
property
Richalien's southeast Gainesville neighborhood, deterrent to crime,and that meshed with what Greg
manager, attributes 8 percentof the county. but rather than leaving it to the police, the couple and Ricardo had been doing in their neighborhood.
student rent checks to property Commissioner Thomas McK-
chose to confront the problem head-on.
Angels just take it a step further, Greg The
But lower rent says.
taxes. prices are up new said he would like to see more
The two often had driven around their neighbor-
each landlord. group organizes into chapters and develops patrol
to students commit-
on neighborhood
hood to see if there were any suspicious people or groups to try to intimidate criminals.
UF student senators, Travis tees.
cars in the area. The familiar red beret and T-shirt that
Lynch and Nelson Miranda,are the "We need their input: he said. stylized
So when the Guardian Angels came to town soon the Angels wear brought mostly positive reactions
two students fighting for annexa- "We want to get committees together
after the murders of five local college students, from concerned parents who were in town after
tion. Miranda heads an SG party to get people involved."
Richalien Ricardo and Greg were two of the first five students were found murdered, Greg said.
called the 32608 Coalition, a zip- Lynch and Miranda agree.They to join.
Included in "We had (parents) coming up to us and tellingus
code that is the
area said about 12,000 UF students live
Since then,the Angels'newly formed Gainesville
considered for they felt better that we were on the job;he said.
region being annex- in the areas Gainesville wants to
chapter has received about 50 calls from interested
ation. "About 80 percent of the people we see driving by
annex. people, said Greg, who asked that his last name while on we're on patrol wave their arms and giveus
City commissioners appointed Because voters rejected a coun- not be used. And he expects more calls once a a honk."
Lynch and Miranda to the 14mem tywide consolidation referendum permanent headquarters is established.The .
ber annexation committee Mon- Angels were formed in 1979 with 13 mem- see Angels, page 5

,day;The committee. is, designed. tof,8' see'Annex, page., 8 . o . .
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2,ALLIGATOR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1990'WHAT'S


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: Omicron Delta Kappa memo Get happy: The Transfer Activities Concert: Join Cerily Jane and all
bership applications are due today at Council meets tonight at 7 in Richard Bassil for an evening of folk
4:30: in the ODK office Reitz Union the Orange& Brew.All transfer students music at the Acrosstown Repertory STUDENTORGANIZATIONS
Room 310B. Call David at 3769473or are welcome. Call 376-1757. Theatre, 619 S. Main St. Admissionis
3921629. French: The French Club meets $4. Call 378-5655.
Filipino: The Filipino Student As- tonight at 6 in the Orange & Brew. Club party: The Caribbean Stu-
sociation Fall Induction is tonight at Call Pete at 371-3755 or Nhu at 372- dents Association will have a party
7 in the UF Women's Club. Dress is 0360. Saturday night at 10 at the Knightsof
semi-formal. Call Leah at 3349064.Pal Career development: Peer counselors Columbus 1303 NE 23rd Ave. Call All requests for Budgets for fiscal year

l Chi happy hour:The Psychology are holding a Career Develop- Philippee at 338-0756. 1991-92 must be submitted to the
Club meets today for a happy ment Workshop today at Iln Little Archaeology lecture: Dr. Randy
hour at 5 at Farah's. Everyone is wel- Hall Room 311. Call 392-1575. Bellomo will lecture on "Evidence Office of the Treasurer no later than
come. Call Lisa at 336-0271. Dinner and party: The Chinese for Hominid-controlled fire at Koobi
Dinner and service: The B'nai Club meets Saturday at 5 at the Fora Kenya today at 3:30: in Me- 28 1990For
B'rith Hillel Foundation is having Empress of China for an induction Carty Hall Room 2186. Call 392-4 736. Friday, September ,
dinner today at 5 at 16 NW 18th dinner and dance party. Call Kitty at Get tough: The Isshinryu Karate
Street Cost is $6 for members and 334-7822. Club meets every Monday,Wednes-
$7 for students. Services are at 8 in Social: The B'nai B'rith Hillel day and Friday evening from 4:30: moralnlo TOG
the Reitz Union. Call 372-2900. Foundation will have a Breakthefast 6:00: in the Women's Gym. Call Jeff
Rally: ACT-UP, the AIDS Coali- social Saturday night at 8 at 16 3355917. call S.G.
tion to Unleash Power, will have a NW 18th St. Call 372-2900. Of Mice and Men: John at 392-1623 03
rally in support of the Services: The B'nai B'rith Hillel Steinbeck's stage version of his clas-
Miller/Marlboro boycott today at Foundation will be having Conservative sic novel "Of Mice and Men" will be
5:30: at 1221 S.Veitch St. in front of Services Saturday morning at 9 staged at Constant Theatre today ,...", j
Cone Distributors. Call Paul at 375- at UMA and Reform Services at 10 in through October 6. Tickets are free Funded by Student Government
8235. the Reitz Union. Call 372-2900. for UF students. Call 3921653.YOURSELF.





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, UF to award people who encourage diversityBy ..

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PATRICIA LEE Robinson said. said. The winners will be an- portunity to hear Coretta Scott The different events will\ serveas
Alligator Writer The awards were created out of nounced at a public reception Oct. King, widow of slain civil-rights a great opportunity to learn
UF's commitment to diversity," 2 at 5 p.m. in the Reitz Union leader Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr., about others through different
Despite reports of racial tensions Robinson said. "They Ballroom. Oct. 4 in the O'Connell Center. A channels,"said Jay Scott, staff and
at UF in the past year, UF is will show how the sit People Awareness free concert by Miami band Carlos student development specialist for
committed to cultural and racial uation really is,as op- .5 Week, formerly run Oliva and the Judge's NephewsOct. the Division of Housing.
diversity and has created four new posed to the so-called by Division of Hous- 5 in the Reitz Union Ballroom Student leaders said the events
humanitarian awards to show that racial tension on cam- ing, is now campus- closes the week. will\ help bring the campus closer.
commitment, an administratorsaid. wide. The event Other events include a wheel- "People have to wake up and see
pus."The awards will starts Saturday with chair basketball game, a diversityfair that yes, we have our differences,
As part of People Awareness recognize those who the Celebrate Diver a cross-cultural communications but we also have common inter-
Week, Sept. 29-Oct. 5, UF has cre- help others learn sity Kick-Off at half- workshop and an Oriental ests as students that bring us together
ated the President's Humanitarian about our sexual, ra- time during the festival.On ," Hispanic Student
Awards, to be given to a faculty cial and cultural dif UF-Mississippi State Monday, Oct. 1, double-leg Association President Victor Malo
member, staff member, student ferences without football game at Flor- amputee Bill Demby will speak at said.Students
and community leader who has encouraged separation." King ida Field, and will be the Reitz Union Ballroom. Dembywas can get a complete list
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Police raid store HOT TICKET UF fund



to seize comicsBy receivesdonation


MATTHEW SAUER
Alligator Writer t

Gainesville police raided a local comic store and
confiscated more than 100 adult comic books Wednes- By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI
day afternoon after employees sold two copies to youths. t Alligator Writer

Detectives entered Novel Ideas, 804 W. UniversityAve. Despite a slow start, the scholar
., with a search warrant and removed about 170 41 ship fund honoring the four UF
comics, including 105 copies of the adult comic Score, r41J students murdered last month re-
after a mother notified police that her 14-year-old son ceived its largest donation from a
had bought the comic, Gainesville police spokeswoman Jacksonville hair design college
U. Sadie Darnell said.
said.
Monday, officials
Darnell said Score, which is distributed by Piranha
Press, a division of D.C. Comics, contains nudity and The Roffler Hair Design College
sexual acts. The comics had been inserted into packs of raised $325 during its annual hair
six comics that were marked down to $1 because of and makeover contest Monday and
overstocking, and detectives confiscated 14 packets and has given the money to the 1990
91 loose copies of Score, she said. Memorial Scholarship Fund, UF
Student President Michael
But store owner Bill Hatfield said there is nothing Body
graphic enough in the comics to violate state law. CRISTINA DELOSH Browne said Thursday.

"D.C. is a generic comic company and they do havean Students wait in line Thursday afternoon to pick up Gator Growl coupons. They put together this great
adult line of comics like Score, but there's nothing Today is the last day to get them at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Gate 13. event and gave the money to us. I
particularly graphic it maybe a few buttocks or was speechless,"said Browne,who
breasts,"Hatfield said. traveled to Jacksonville to attend

He said his store's policy is to ask for identificationfrom the fund-raiser called "Hair Extrav
anyone wanting to buy adult"comics. or magazinesand I Faculty wants more inputBy I aganza."
"anything remotely offensive.
The $325 donation is the largestthe
But a 17-year-old -the son of a police officer- sent LEIGH GLENN cuss questions and comments ahead of fund has received since it was
into the store by police was able to buy a $1 pack that Alligator Writer time, instead of feeling left out. started three weeks ago, UF
contained the Score comic, Darnell said. "This is a new kind of vista for the Alumni Association Director of Re-
She said it will be up to the State Attorney's Office to Change at UF comes through the com- senate," said Chance, referring to her cords Michael Mironack said. But
decide whether charges will be filed against Hatfield or mittee process, but faculty members at work with the new administration of he didn't know how much money
his employees. They could be charged with distributionof Thursday's University Senate meetingsaid Lombardi! and Provost Andrew Sorensenand has been collected for the memo-
harmful materials to a person under 18,a third-degree that's a process they are being left the continuity provided by Vice Provost rial scholarship.
felony. out of. Gene Hemp.
Chance Chance said the Senate Lombardi! and UF President John Lombardi! an-
County Judge Tom Elwell signed the search warrant Journalism professor Jean ,
Wednesday that allowed detectives to search the store chairwoman of the elected group that Sorensen are looking at both the past and nounced the new scholarship at
issues said instructors the future of UF which them the UFs official memorial service at
and confiscate comics, Darnell said. represents faculty puts on
need more input into UFs administration.The same plane. She described the times as the O'Connell Center earlier this
She said the operation was "low-key" and did not month.
disturb the store's business. lack of contact between the com- being filled with excitement, challengeand
mittees and the faculty senate often opportunity.
Hatfield said he about the raid. The scholarships were dedicated
However
was
angry leaves faculty wondering where they fit Early in the meeting, Sorensen said he to the memories of Sonja
"I think there are better things detectives and state wanted contact between the
in. Chance said she hopes future commit to see more P. Powell
Larson Christina Tracy
attorneys up for re-election can do with their time," he tees will present their recommendationsto Senate and administrators. He said for Paules,and Manuel Taboaba, who
said. "They could have saved taxpayers a lot of money senators before informing UF President that to happen, faculty members need to found murdered the first
by just asking us to remove the comics." John Lombardi! of their recommen- be involved with committees, such as the were week of school.
Another comic-book store owner said he takes extra dations. Quality of Life Task Force,and report on
measures to make sure minors can't buy adult comics."If Chance, who cited a"spirit of renewal" what's happening to Tigert Hall. Response to the scholarship
I do sell (adult, comics), I only sell them to surrounding faculty-administration rela- He said the administration needs"helpon fund has been slow because it was
I know old enough said Comics Plus how and when and where to implement
customers are tions, said most campus change occurs recently established and no one
owner Sheriff Habib. "Printers write 'adults only' on the because of committees that often work recommendations." knows about it, Mironack said.
cover of comics that contain nudity..and we bag them independently of the Senate and "report Besides more faculty involvement,
and put them on a top shelf to make sure no one can directly to the administration." Chance said she wants to see involvementfrom "Once the word gets out, that's
look at them who's underage." Senators said becoming part of the student leaders, such as Student when we should get some more
Hatfield said he is considering barring anyone younger committee process will give them more Body President Michael Browne, who interest," he said.
than 18 from entering his store on West University say and control over Issues that affect the have insight into student problems suchas
Avenue to avoid further problems."We school and all Us components. One sena- large class sizes. The Roffler contribution is one
have another store outside the city limits, and I tor said the issues and possible solutions Students and faculty are pretty muchin of the first donations, Mironack
think I might use that as a place for general distribution, discussed by committees are heard too the same boat Chance said. Both are said, although other organizationshave
but it's really not fair to customers who,frequent this late by faculty. expressed interest in donate
store," he said. *. ** .*Thai} way, senators will be able to dis- see Faculty, page 4 ing.FRIDAY .
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the Supreme Court 13-1 Thursday, with Democrats situation (on abortion) we now face," Biden
calling the New Hampshire jurist"about the best we said.
can expect" from President Bush. "This does not mean we can be confident that Judge
The full Senate is virtually certain to confirm Souter Souter will vindicate a woman's right to choose," f .
probably next week shortly after the Supreme Biden said."It does mean,in my view,that he is about .
Court begins its new term. He would become the the best we are going to do on this score from this
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William Brennan, who retired in July after 34 yearson Also supporting Souter were Sens. Dennis De-
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Souter, 51, could become the court's swing vote D-Ala.; Herbert Kohl, D-Wis.; Strom Thurmond, R-
on abortion. Several Democrats criticized his refusalto S.C.; Orrin Hatch, R-Utah; Alan Simpson, R-Wyo.;
give an opinion on the issue during three days of Charles Grassley, R-Iowa; Arlen Specter, R- Pa.; and
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The note was received recently through diplomatic "While the oil market is very tight,with little spare
channels and said the harboring of foreigners from capacity,there is sufficient oil to meet current needs,"
Iraqi authorities "is a crime of espionage and the Bush said at a GOP fund-raiser in Chicago.
punishment of death shall be imposed," a State Earlier Wednesday, Jordan announced it was
Department official said in Washington.The suspending all flights between Amman and the Iraqi
official, who asked not to be identified, said capital Baghdad in compliance with the U.N. air
there were "less than 10"diplomatic personnel in the embargo on Iraq, hours after it allowed Iraqi Airways
U.S. Embassy in Kuwait. The official did not provide planes carrying some Westerners to land.

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weapons. The presence of Angels as
ANGELSfrom witnesses to a crime is a deterrent, he said.
page 1 "Burglaries are a big problem here from
what I've seen," Moore said. "With all the
Since the disappearance of UF student apartment complexes and woods, there's a :r MF.t
Tiffany Sessions in February 1989, Angels lot of potential here for crooks and rapiststo yh y
from around the state have been interestedin hang out.The Angels will provide a visible
starting a chapter in Gainesville, Greg deterrence on the streets against them."
said. The Angels saw an immediate need Moorf interviews recruits, checks their
after the recent murders.But backgrounds and appoints patrol leaders in
movies and the news media have the new chapters. .
stereotyped Guardian Angels, Greg said. Recruits must be at least 16 years old and CTAb
"A lot of people have this bad view of the have no serious criminal record,Moore said.
Angels-a Clint Eastwood or Chuck Norris They fill out two forms from the main New
conception-but they've never even talkedto York chapter: one asks about their goals in
any of us to see the group, the other
what we're about," deals with background
he said. "They "With all the apartment and personal
think we're a information.
and woods
bunch of kids that complexes "The recruits are
want to fight. there's a lot of potentialhere checked through a
That image was computer data systemto
fostered when police for crooks and rapiststo make sure someone
charged three doesn't have a criminal
hang out. The Angels
Angels with beat background,"
ing a man In the will provide a visible deter- Greg said. "The local
Student Ghetto police have agreed to
earlier this month. rence on the streets against do background f
"We were patrol them. checks for us, and if 6 1F F 7 f1j
ling in the Ghettoone we can't get the Information
night and we -George Moore from them,
saw this tall, we'll check it throughour
heavy-set guy Coordinator of Gainesville's New York office."
wearing camou- Guardian Angels Greg said the An-
flage, carrying a gels do a lot of work "
stick that looked like some sort of martial off the street by educating the public about
arts weapon,"Greg said.The guy raised the crime, teaching self-defense and making
stick, so one of our guys took him down,but court appearances to testify against crimi-
real soft. He put him down like a baby." nals they've helped capture. 7 l
A local judge asked the Angels involvedin "Silence makes a lot of victims of crime," / f r
the incident to leave Gainesville.But Greg he said. "We're the kind of people who are
said no Angel has ever been convicted of going to be in that courtroom and say,'Hey,
battery, and he expects the charges to be that's the guy!'
dropped. "We're just people concerned about our
Ricardo, a UF business major, spends friends and neighbors. We're not here to {
about eight hours a week patrolling with compete with police; we're here to do what
other Angels. the police can't. (They) just can't be everywhere
"I'm using my time more usefully now- at once," Greg said.
paying a babysitter (rather) than sitting at But Steve Cole, a spokesman for the J.S. SULLIVAN
home," she said. "But it's a real challenge Tampa Police Department, said the Angels George Moore, leader of the Tampa Guardian Angels, is coordinating Gainesville's I
because it's a life-and-death situation." haven't made a substantial impact on crime chapter.
George Moore, a private investigator and for better or worse in Tampa. keeping the media informed on what they're town as long they don't cause trouble.
race car driver from Tampa, is coordinatorof "They've had a few scraps with people. doing. They're good at grabbing headlines,
the Gainesville chapter. Once four of them grabbed a guy who was but not crooks." "It's hard to measure prevention,"Darnell
Contrary to popular belief, Moore said, urinating in public in Ybor City, but as far said. "It's hard to say how many things I
most Angel patrols don't involve a physical as I know, they've never grabbed a real And Gainesville police spokeswoman LL they've prevented. But as long as they don't
confrontation, and members never carry criminal," Cole said. They make a point of Sadie Darnell said the Angels can stay in cause any problems,they're welcome here."


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about that time again. You know, the week of every

fall semester when the first round of tests begins and you

wonder why you're a student in the first place. But at the

same time, you're happy because this is the first week

you can walk outside with more clothing on than a tank

1 top and shorts. So, while you're trying to catch that

elusive breeze, take a study break and read the latest edi-

tion of...


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to UF administrators for telling students they

would have to get their second measles vaccination

before they returned to school this semester.

Administrators made that announcement last spring,

and students lined up in droves to get their shots. They

got this great response by threatening to cancel the ,
1 registrations of those students who didn't get the vaccina-

tions. What about the women's section ?

But when the time came to make good on that

i promise, administrators changed their minds, saying they I recently overheard two UF students comment
would be forced to turn away about 13,000 students. Now about last Wednesday's Cafe Risque article. -Lorraine SchneebergerEADERS'

the deadline is extended to the beginning of spring.If "It's a well-written article," said junior Ralph R
Foreman. ADVOCATEJust
administrators weren't going to enforce those stand- "Yes, buL..I, thought Cafe Risque had guy waiters
ards from beginning to end, they never should have im- and a seperate section where women could be waitedon an idea.

posed them. Many students, afraid they wouldn't remain by men," said junior Erin Browning.I The general feeling on campus about Cafe Risqueis
enrolled if they didn't get their shots by August, rushedto I have to agree with Foreman. "Cafe Risque" is a that it is exploitive.In .
well-written article.But what the article failed to inform
their vaccinations. We're would have
get sure they ap- women's the Cafe
a campus restroom, Risque
The Alligator readers is the fact that Cafe Risque did
preciated the extra time to get the shot and to collect the indeed have at one time G-string-clad male waiters. advertisement was taped to the wall by the sinks.
$28 it cost.LAUREL. Someone had written in the margins "Do you want
I got on the trusty horn and phoned UFs latest
"
boyfriend going here? and "We must close this
the officials attraction for confirmation. The employees of Risque your
to many who worked to buildUF's filthy place!" It's not that I'm a great advocator of
Ham Museum. were less than thrilled to talk with me. A doorman-
bathroom but that simple
unneccessary advertising,
slash-manager who would identify himself only as
a In this center of learning, it's great to see attention paidto "Jim" told me that the restaurant had employed male action made a pretty strong statement.
the arts. This museum is an asset to Gainesville's waiters, but women didn't patronize the section. The Alligator article also did not mention the that
reputation as a cultural center. "For three days the ladies' section was open," said Cafe Risque appears to be giving misleading information -
Jim. "No women came in at all." via the media.

We hope students take advantage of the museum and Julie Croft, a waitress at Risque, backed up Jim's TV spots and billboards that were sprinkled along
the opportunities it provides to see renowned works suchas statement. 1-75 showed men and women waiters and waitresses.The .
an Alexander Calder mobile. "We had that room open for a few days, but no TV spot in particular was misleading, showing a
women came in," said Croft. "So Friday we closed it group of bikini-clad: men and women.
LAUREL to the two new independent Student Govern- off to the and it "
( women) opened up to the men.
"Cafe is nice with cute waiters
Risque a restaurant
ment political parties for providing students with an alter- When asked about the uniforms for the waiters, and waitresses for your viewing and dining pleasure,"
native to the established Vision party. Croft said they consisted of G-strings and neckties.I says the female speaker. It's a little open-ended. I'd
think the failure of the "ladies' section" at Cafe
student be mislead.
Any can run as an independent, but these par-
Risque says a few things about this town (or at least
ties give those students a support organization. about its women.) Apparently, these operations tendto I think it's difficult to present any sort of"sexism"

Students have until 5 p.m. today to sign with one of the draw male clientele. Both Jim and Croft confirmedthat the issue other such side.as this without taking an honest look at
'
parties and run in the Oct. 10 SG election. If you've ever they" get too many women out here."
I find this odd. In my experience, male strip It's what I've deemed a "2 Live Crew" issue. IF
gotten upset because SG gave money to a group you YOU DONT No is
pers/dancers have always gone over well with women.Is LIKE IT, DONT GO THERE. one
thought didn't deserve it or been irate because an or- it possible that Gainesville women avoided Cafe dragging you to Cafe Risque by the tongue.

ganization you thought needed help didn't get it, this is Risque because they knew that in the next room, Lorraine Schneeberger is The Alligator's readers'
your chance. women were being showcased? advocate.

Anyone who is a UF student can run. All you need is a I..FITFRS TO TilE FDITOR

2.0 grade point average. Sign to run with one of the par-
lying faculty, staff and administrative construction
other of
Article about aspects
vet
ties Vision the
32608 Coalition or the Independent concerns about the building. and/or expansion at the College-
Coalition, and give students someone who will represent school misleadingEditor Morale here continues to Improve many of which are now occurring
their interests. each day we move further toward simultaneously.We .
: Several items contained in completion.In .
a Sept. 4 article relating to renova- have many different projects
: going on here at the College, and
alligatorEditor tion
at the University of Floridar
addition,the cost to repair the while the renovation project is significant -
College of Medicinewere
Veterinary VMTH
$4.715 million, not $7.5
of many.
it is only one
Judy A.Plunkett erroneous or misleading and million as your writerreported.The
That's why keeping these figures
,
4 Managing Editor Opinions Editor need to be addressed. project is funded totally from state straight
Is so Important
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier First, the renovation of the existing PECO (capital outlay) funds and
Veterinary Teaching Hospital also included work on the College's Thank you for the opportunityto
i Letters Policy \is scheduled for completion by master plan. The key here is that clarify these matters and for your
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-10 pf), They should be next summer ((1991)),well ahead of there are no private ,donations continuing coverage of our ac
1 typed double-tpeced end tlnd They should Include I typed name, address md telephone the accreditation site visit. This is whatsoever involved in the tivities.
number. Name will be withheld If the writer show lust If you hive any. question call renova-
.the. editor ... ..0"4, ,.important because it signifies tion project. Private donations do Sarah Carey
ItorII'p.! 379-458 8J' l ; KA ; well; : a: w : .r 4 1Io"y.(..tra satis- ,
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,t I OPEN LUNCH FOR! II I ]Carry Nation to open concert I


I Sun-Wed 0& Choice of I By PATRICIA LEE album,Carry Nation is opening for success on the pop charts last year
1100am-130am: Whole Wheat The Smithereens during their two- with the singles "A Girl Like You"
I mnurs.sat. or original I Alligator Writer month national tour. Student Gov- and "Blues Before and After," the
,
]100am-300am: : crusts I Carry Nation, a New York City ernment Productions is paying first two releases from their latest
Free Delivery ion w university Ave Call 37-GUMBY band that uses electrical, orches- $14,000 for both bands and for album, Smithereens 11. Longtimefans
sound and light equipment for the know the progressiverockband
GUMBY'S CHOICE TIGER TAMER BULLDOG BUSTER tral and folk instruments,will warm
up the audience for the free Smith- concert, SGP Chairman Raul for earlier college-chart hits
I I 12" pizza 16" pizza 20" pizza I ereens concert at the Bandshell Mateu said. such as "Blood and Roses" and

j $3.99 $5.40 $8.99 tonight. The show starts at 7 pm at the "Only a Memory."

I L-75* per item 99* per item 99* per item J I The quintet,formed three years Bandshell, located behind the "They're great. They're one of
--- -- -- -- --- -- -- the best bands of the '90s" said
ago, combines drums and guitars Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity ,
with a flute, a violin and a fiddle to house on Woodlawn Drive. Mateu Kevin Tate, a sophomore at Santa
create what they call a"folksy psychepop" said students can bring food and Fe Community College.
drinks, but no alcohol. Those who
sound. The band traces
I The band performed for a sold-
want to sit close to the stage should
its influences to Cajun, Irish, Na- out audience in the Reitz Union
tive American and American rock arrive early. Ballroom two years ago and orga-

music. The Smithereens, a longtime fa- nizers expect a large crowd tonight
To promote its self-titled debut vorite of college students, found Mateu said.


'! I Club X to change name, format I


serve customers in a "tiki hut" setting. Amaro said
By JON GLASS
Writer the change may help give his business an identity in
Alligator
a town crowded with bars and clubs. i
The"dark"ages will be over at Club X this weekend There were not enough people to support us
when managers exchange neon-lit black walls for a (before)," he said. "Once other bars opened, they
oastel-colored beach bar. were each taking a little biteWaitresses
Manager Peter Amaro said out of business."
the year-old Club X,a progres- Plans to attract customersto
d sive dance club, will have a at BarracudaBay the club include bikini
4Y grand reopening Oct. 5 as will wear bikini tops contests, live bands and
Barracuda Bay, a rock and comedy acts. But some UF
Top-40 music bar.While ClubX and serve customers in a students are questioning the
admitted anyone over 18, format change.
% !i 4ui visitors to the new bar must "tiki hut" setting.be "Even though I'd probablylike
xt 21 or older. the new look, it seems
"It will be like bringing a beach bar to the centerof odd they'd change it," accounting sophomore Michelle -
" the city,"Amaro said. Alo said. "I have the feeling the old Club X I
Waitresses at the club will wear bikini tops and would be more popular with the college crowd."



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three adjusts the reserve areas,and the final
ANNEXfrom step is when residents decide if they want to
page 1 become city residents or remain in the Why did the chicken

Sept. 4, the first step in the annexation process county. the road
began to take effect. Radson said last "The city commission expects to aggres- cross ?
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corporated urban areas Gainesville wants to currently provided with services by Gaines- To get a copy of
annex.The deadline for this step is Jan. 31. ville,"Radson said.
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F Oam.Opm laundry on premises. Security ft pet deposit pus ft shopping. Call Tracy at 3782651. bath clean roommates attend SantaFe.
Sat ft Sun Closed paldl $385/mo. Sublet III May. 392- 9-28-3-4 Call 377-7964. 9-28-3-5

fjn i f : : Medical Bookstore, Shands 6493 day or 335-8270 eve. 0-28-7-2 Tired of your roommt or looking for a new F nIl. own rm In fully furn twnhse, I Ic.w..hdry.

1 ..y : M > F.II.m. 4.30 pm 2 bedrm Apt.,enclosed porch, new carpet place? 1 br turn apt.w/in/ biking dist of UFo ,/ pool no pets. D.p. lyr

> Mall: d-wlanl' $375; bedrm Apt. walkln 1 kin $280mo. + utll-no dep. Call Drew 376- lease reg'd. 't75/mo. 1/4 util. Call
:: k ; closet, fans-$275; Both wcentral H/A/ ; 1248. 10-3-5-4 332-4333. 9-28-3-5 I iF
{'12 j>Typing # Use forms appearing weeklyIn water Included SW VILLAS- 373-0701
: the Alligator. Sorry no cash by 10-5-11-2 1 bedroom studio apt. Nice, close to cam n/s roommate In nice condo near Oaks
'
'.:J3 ;.: Help W .!:: : mail MC. VISA, or checks only pus. No security deposit! Next month's Mall, must like pets. Call 335-1934 leave I I
2 spacious 2 bdr nw area, avail. Immed. rent FREE) $295/mo. Call Tracy 378- message $235/mo 1/3 util. furnished i
;..f 14 >: Business; f ? Phone 373-FIND: Iv. message, 378-4969. 92852AFFORDABLELuxurySecurity 2651. 10-5-7-4 wash/dry. 10-9-10-5
: Payment by VISA or Mastercard
7.15: r Personal$ :; : :: ONLY. Five dollar minimum. N/S M/F master bed. In 2bdr 2.5 ba NW. Townhouse Rockwood Villa 3 br 3ba I

Conne+ )! M F 8:30 4 pm. Custom Iron sec doors/wndws. SW 1 142 Pool/tennis/lake, wash/dryer, must be so 1500 sq ft furnished prestigious area
bra, chandeliers, c.llin., micro sensor- cial/clean. $300 + 1/2 utll 376-8010/ roommates ok or family short or long term '
How to correct lite patio privacy fnc. From $240. 331- Scooter 1035.5 675 fees 3714123. 10-1-4-5
2099. 0-28-5-2 I
l1ii Female needed for 2 bdr/2ba apt. F/M rmmt. needed for own bdr/ba In new I
cancel ad I
your : SECURE 2br/1.5ba condo near UF. Pool $200/mo' 1/2 utilities,washer/dryer. Call 3bdr/3ba/ apt, In the LAURELS $235/mo I
laundry & furn. available. Asking $400 per Megan 3325918. 10.3.5.5 1/4 utll., call 336-1063. 10-2-5-5
lost 4 : movneg. 392-5910 day or 378-4511 eve.
373-FIND Mon. Fri. 8.4 pm. 9-28-5-2 F NS rmt for 2 bdr apt. $187.50 mth. BRANDYWINE N/S Fem needed to share I I
refunds can be given. Your own room. Move In available now. room, ItSO/mon. 1/3 util, fully/nicely furnished
COUNTRY LIVINQ-near 34 St Plaza. 2BR Walking distance to campus. Call 371- many xtras-call nowl 3730024.I I

o When will errors: duplex quiet wooded area, cent air, pets 0616 Rhonda. 10-4-5-5 1 10-4-6-5 ?> |,
your ad the FIRST day it runs ok $285MILL
373-FIND with any corrections be Female n/s needed for own bdr/ba In a N/S studious F needed to share 2 bdrm
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RUN-Spaclous Townhouse 2BR brand new mobile home. Washer/dryer, 2.5 bath townhouse. $219/mo 1/2 util.!
Classifieds will FOR THE FIRST DAY 2.5BA pool, cent air, fans, deck, new pets negotiable (must like dogs) 175mo. leave message 332-0743. 10-3-5-5 .I j
DAYS after they AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Cor paint, near Mall and UF $450 1/2 utll. Call Kathy 375-8489.10-4-5-
5 Roommate wanted to live In spacious
Ads mailed In or ads will be extended one day.
SOUTHFORK OAKS-2BR 2.5BA Townhouse 4bdr/2ba house 1 mile from UF
Union or refunds' or credits can be given after dishwasher pool, hookups, Inc. 1 rm avail NW area walk or bike to UF M Washer/dryer ft amenities. $190/mo 1/4
THREE days to the ad. Changes called In after some utilities $450TOWNHOUSE responsible. student acheatwashdryOwn utilities. Call 335-0610 ask for Ken. 10-3-
first day will not be compensated. room nice 190/mo + utll 377-1631 5.5

may run for any off of 20 Ave. 2BR 1.5BA Lang Iv mill. 10-3-4-5
and be cancelled$79.119012.14y"O error or changes: Cent air, dishwasher, hook-ups $325 Male n/s needed to share 4bdr/2ba house
must be made In person at M/F roommate needed for 2bdr/2ba mobile near SFCC & Oaks Mall. Washer/dryer,
but there
Sorry, Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. home In SW Archer area 11/2 ml large yard, screen porch. $170/mo + 1/4

funds for will be a $2.00 correction fee. KEY MANAGEMENT 3732581.from UF $200/mo 10-3-4-5 1/2 ut. 376-4808 utll. Call 3321460. 0.28.2.5Roommat..F.mal.

372-3060 needed to share
10-1-5-2 2br/1 b.duplex near Lease $145
campus.
2 bdr / 1 1/2 bath 822 NW 39th Ave
w/o lease $180. $100 deposit. Call Lisa
FOR : FOR RENT: UNFURN. 2 br/1 1/2 ba townhouse, walk to UF, 300mo. Call 3734924. 10-5-6-4 335-0622 or 378-7464. 10-8-8-5 t tF

wash/dry pets OK, Oct. free. $450/mo. Apt at Mt. Vernon close to UF, VA ft
.
1 Glade Apts near UF ft VA, quiet .curily,3311.40118. 10-5-8-2 Shands, one large bdr $375/mo un- N/S own bdr/bath/ $240/mo. + 1/2 util,

/ available In most units for Available 2 br near UF furn/$400/mo. furn, 377-5385.10-5-8-4 call 375-0466 Iv. message. 0-28-13-5

Walk to UF, corner Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B 1 12 Bath Cent a&h, water sewer paid $260/mo
share kit & baths. $ -$ sec ft Imr. 372-6422 12-14- 1605 SW 42nd StC.1I1.4111.4047 5 ROOMMATESA 6 FOR SALE

wash/dry, prefer' male after 6.00pm:
or 376-6652. .
INCREDIBLE 1035.2 TYPESETTER. Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk I
Available- Efficiency Apt. serious male student for large 7 bedroom drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters.
Housing 3 males need a roommate for one bdr In I
$1110mo.7 util. .
upstairs reconditioned I
op all utll paid Ino. ae Starting at $1.5 apt. Factory unused In past 2
parking, laundry, $ Starting at $215 / :2 Bedroom a 4bdr/2ba. house. Need bdr furniture. lease. No pets. 1618 NW 3rd Ave. 495- yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobiT:
$158/mo 1/4 utilities Call 375-2321. I
9024. 9-28-10-5 Good machine for small
117 NW 15th St. MEADOWCREST 10-10-10-2 type shop. System
110 NW 39th Ave includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 8 font
Sublease 178-3988 3 M/F/ roommates needed for own room In disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
Oakbrook
Avail now, reduced rent apt. p-10, 2 bdr/ 2 $175 mo. util., pets
apt., 3rd floor, / UI-...1 1 ba,571-01l1l1l. 10.452MOBILE luxury apts. only 373-0928 for more Into.
okay flexible..., 1/2 mile to campus
be male, call Jeff -
3781802. 9.28.10.5TREEHOUSE Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more '1
Responsible n/s for -Check Our New Specials HOMES brands are all at our New Loeatlonl Car
:
blocks from campus All Amenities Available VILLAGE Stereo Specialists 3218 NW 13 St. 372- i

371-2558 2br house FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 3 FOR RENT/SALE Reserve Roommates your room available for fall. 2070. 12-14-76-6
9-28-8-1 Roommates Available
storage. We're No. 1 Bus service to UF and SFCC MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146

Room for rent REGENCY OAKS Best rental value. Mobile homes or lots Fum or unfurn. $175-1250 per Editor's choice Hewlett Packard9H
378-5766 Will take long-term travel trailers. Some .roommate/month MZ Prop Mgmt.
conscious female good mob. homes for sale. Pool quiet. Inc. Realtor 3750207. Northgate. Price lower than mail-..
babysitting for some 3230 SW Archer Road
Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park. 3789201.
10-19-24-5 order. Systems below, Include 1mb 40mb
.tmolph.r..372-2831.
COUNTRY GARDENS
2.14-e3- ((28ms) Harddlsk graphics monitor. MC
Room for rent, good 373.4500 N/S F to rent own rm/bth In 2 story apt at 286/12 $1185, MC 386SX $1370.Northll.t. ,
tiree, country area btwn 2001 SW 18th Street Greenwich Green. $233 mo. + 1/3 utlll- 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge
10 1-75, l7S/some utll SUBLEASE: tl... Call 3353110. 101520.5 'laptop w/40 MB hd ft battery $2395.1 A
2 year warranties. Onsite warranties,
eve 9pm Sat Sun
SPACIOUSONE 4 HOUSEl APT. F roommate, safe ft secure beautiful Panasonic 1180 printer $185. HP LaserJet
BEDROOM APT.. condo In NW area. Close to UF ft SFCC. lip $1049. 3743 W. University Ave*
For rent furn. apt.,extra' ONLY $273/MO.
Call
$250 all, $150 security dep.
pays 12-14-76-6
room near Shands ft LYONS APT Studio FoC Rent 245 a month + utll and
10.2.10.5
week free rent! Just 4 blocks north 378-5297 or 813-956-1559.
338-8415. 0-28-1-1 4000 SW 20TH AV. 877-4707 one
Of UF Call 376-1875. 10-4-10-4
.- ROCKWOOD VILLAS Rmmtes or 4 Sal., I

FOR Lux 3bd/3ba In secure area, Neat N/S. 4PRODIGY.Infericlht
Sublease-very close to campus. N.W. .
GARDEN APTS. 1-2-3 brs, gar For Info call 335-9124 or 1-600-537-0600.
side t bdr $285/water Included. Call 334- "* ftnoml Swvfct
Shands ft flex
:2 -I near shopping, 92688
..., 3000 SW Archer Rd. 377-0565 7425. 10.1.5.4 Available at ELITE today."3351300.
.
N/S M rmmt to share 2bdr/2ba apt, ownbdrba.
Walk to Santa FE CC. 1 1 bedroom/1 bath unfurnished apt In
$250/mo 1/2 util near ..
+ campus.Located
2 BOR $338, NEW apt f for sublease, lurn or unfurn, Country Village; available immediately at Oxford Manor, Call 3756326.. Classifieds. .
Plus LMR. Pool, BURG.VILLAGE 176-1253.. Call 373-2700 day .time\ 373-344* eve, 1.21-5.5. Continued on next page.I _
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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALEKing 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED


Crlmaatopper Cir Alarms, K-40 Radar Movlng-3pe maple bdrm set $595. SALE size' black,waveless waterbed, orig- REPAIR

Detectors, Infinity, Sansul, Sony, dropleaf desk maple $175. wooden inally 1600, now $300 obo, owned for 3 Precision Small Engine. Pickup ft Delivery -

Orion, Bazooka, Horn or Car Stereo.We kitchen set w/4 chairs $75. sleep sofa All guitars 50% off days, 3354544. 10-5-8-6 available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace,

Bill All Prices 373.3754. 12-14-78- $100. ref. antique cedar chest $200 378- Gibson Les Paul across from Alley Katz 336-3825. 1031.
6 5474. 10-1-2-6 $240 30 gallon hex fish tank, hood, light, gravel
Fender Strat w/case/ $399 $160 Chris 3737371. 10.1.3.8 1973 BMW R75/5, American style, no fairIng .

BEDS BEDS BEDS YARD SALE. baseball cards, furniture- Takaminie classic $149 good cond, charcoal grey, $900,373-

NEW FURNITURE USED mlsc-clothes. Saturday 9-2.00: at 4810 Alvarez Acoustic $119 0307 eves after 6. 10-1-5-8

Lowest Discount Prices NW 30th Terr. 92816SR 7 REAL ESTATETake
used.SA BIGI condition, low
Dumas Discount Buy 81 Jawla moped good

1421 NE 8th Ave. 371.4422 500 Black lightening Cannondale, Gold Standard 377-2646 over payments, no equity required. miles. $275 neg. w/ U-lock. Call 377-

9-28-24-6 $500 obo, 3353104. 10-4-5-6 9-28-5-6 Condo 2br/2ba. Let It pay for college. 8726. 10-2-5-8

Oaks Mall study area,
area, loft-style
MOPED Yamaha Good condition
Chippy,
ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Mahogany din Ibl $125; sofabed $110; FOR SALE wash/dry, porch. Call 4078629522. 9-
perfect to 8 from campus. $200 obo
Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba Dane mod couch $65; computer dsk $50; 28.5.7
Stun Guns, Chain Alarms, Key Sprayers, Call Jay 3326396. 1035.8
Crunch Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125 swivel rocker $40; sewing dsk $40; cot tbl Use
at home,
protect yourself security.
NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6 $50. 377-6325. 9-28-1-8
school, etc. 813.825.2457. 9.28.5.6Commodore

BICYCLE Brand new, 50 miles, racing
DISCOUNT HI-FI 128, expanded to 640k, 1571
bike, alum frame, Schlm. 105 comp.,
722 S. Main The Red Bldg. computer, gel seat, much more Must sell drive, mouse, 16k printer Interface, manygeos

$500 Obo 335.8423. 10-4-5-6 programs, voice master, additional MONITE SHOWS FRI ft SAT
WE ARE CHEAPER
software, will separate, $425, call 372- ..Or"PACIFIC

12-14-76-8 C64 w/prlnter, monitor, and 300+ programs 6547. 0.25.5.5Mar.hall.mp HE3GHTS"(R) MN UX

--r modem + ace. $400. Stereo and 1:15: 3:45: 715 050 12:15: .. Sp; 7:30No :
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 100W head + 4-12'speaker FV
Paws'No Tues.
$200. Twin bed- Bargain P50 12:16
spkrs-trntbl cass, equal :
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will cabinet Great sound $700 call Bill 378-
brand 3788729. 10-1-3-6
demo. Call 336-0193 student Iv. mes- new. 8197 or leave messg 3785138. 10-2-5-6
10-19-38-6 Life in t Ie a 'a rl D S 1:20: 3:45:
sage. Moped, Jawa 87, perfect condition, only 1:00: 400: a1e
Bedroom Suite: Serta queen mattress set 7:25: 0:45X7 :
200. Plus, Trek 12 speed touring bike forjust ::90 12:00: FROM THE EDGE
Custom Computers 286-12 $ 1000, 288- headboard A rails, triple dresser, 4- 1216
$175.I Included specialized bikeShoes
are
20 $1100, 386SX $1 200, all with 1 mega 335-3666. 10-3-5-6 drawer walnut chest. $375 Call after

ram, 40 meg hard drive, monitor, 1 yr. 5:30: 4852529. 9-28-3-6 PUMP UP DEATH NARRAMT

wrty. 332-8333. 9-28-10-6 LOVESEAT brown In the shape of a half %
Rock and Roll CD's$7 each or 11 for
circle, folds out to Ig queen bed. $800 1:10: 1:30: 7:25: 0:45: t2:15: 1:40: 4:00: 785 0:40 1x18
$70. Call 495-2670 between 7 and 9
FUTONS & FRAMES pm
new must sell $200 obo. Call Jay 332-
Many Iyl.. & models from only $200/tet. 6396. 10-3-5-6 pm. 9-28-3-6

Covers, also. Call Matt 3772110. 10-5- GHOST rfrn
AUDIO VIDEO Need an electronicsItem D
15-6 COUCH shape,fold out to bed with
great ? We'll gel It for you. Best prices. 1:05: 4:00: 7:05: 0:40: 12:15WALr : 126 4:10: 7:10: fi5 1x16
thick mattress, rattan sides with pillows
We deal direct. No middle man. Can
2400 BD MODEM $98 nice. 336-5871 please Iv message $175 save you $$$ Call Kevin 335-5681 10- 1:26: 3:42: 120 0:35:
neg. 10.138WATERBED MEN AT 720 0.46
2-5-6 F
7:10: 1:40
WORD PERFECT $135 12:11:
WORK
for sale ** queen size with en 1x16 ta PASSES'NO BABOAIN TUESDAY
moving sale: Contemporary, queen ..Iz.wat.rb.d .
CALL ELITE 335-1300.
heater and pedestal ** asking only $125.
black vinyl headboard ft match-
11-1-33-8 Also need 4 Growl Call How
coupons.
Ing slderalls perfect condition $200, ALuMOVIE-JN.rERE.
336-9755. 10-3-5-6
matching black dresser 6 drawer ft mirror

RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants $150, 19-ln color TV $80call 375-
IBM PC 5150 40MB harddrlve, 5.25 drive
(for your dorm or apartment. We 3604. 10-2-5-6
with keyboard, monitor, and word pfct 5.0package
Ave.
deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th
$400. Call 375-6885 leave mes
377-5265. 8 blocks E. of campus. 10-18-
sage. 10-1-3-6 O If Deris tStsmeckyCHUKCHV
1973 Eagle bus serial 18997 Entertainer
conversion. No better to entertain at the CHEAP GOLD, TV'S VCR'S MICROWAVES : Euuy'S
STEREOS.B&W GOLD ft PAWN
ames. Must see. Call Ben Reed 1-800-
356-6610., 10-3-10-8 1602B NE WALDO 377-4258. 10-3-5-6

e TWIG PIMP WAS WHY ONE MAN9 bAUAfrt

HANDGUNS FOR PROTECTION Stereo-Onkyo receiver, Denon cd player, IT WASN'TJW ONCE fttMW 10 ANOTHER MAN'S' fttCIOUftUCXCUf
Numark amplifier,Boston Acoustics, Fish SIMPLY GARJAGB WITH PO'Ltd U KMOURCIWMB
saw .38 Cal. Pistols $175Excellent
ers. A must hear. $725 obo. Contact WHAT WAS LOST WHCNTH'

Aaron 3359311. 10-2-4-6 DUMP WZNT DOWN... J WITH PAOj/ LOUSY IEEMINE TONBVW
reliable protection, comes complete
WITH coMror/
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with Instructional class and ammunition
Safari' Audio wins more trophies at IASCA MANS WOUSB.
Nick at 371-2466 371-4970 TWAII PUN
(days)
.v.nlllh.n all other stores In Gainesville 1HI 801!

(nights) 9-28-1-8 combined. 4110 SW 34 St. 13. 336- 91 \A
6ARPAGO ..fMlIT
1128. 10-3-6-6
2 Jbl speakers Nad stereo receiver Philip LIKE 6AREA6a... y

turntable Nakamlchl cassette deck for
Couch and Matching chair In good condition
$750 Mountain bike 18 speed for $300 All
$125 Call 378-3374. 9-28-1-6
prices Negotiable can 336-6576. 10-4-5- Ttil ,


CRUISER BIKE New black* basic. TOYOTAMYERS s L IL.Nq .

Also, U-lock and car rack $140. Call 338-

082. 10.2.3.5
SERVICE CENTERWE

_.53cm Cannondale Shlmano comp. $550 SPECIALIZE IN TOYOTAS

obo Fischer 5 disc cd player $300 obo, CALL AND ASK ABOUT OUR LOW PRICES wVV I" ? Pat2
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1990, ALLIGATOR.

MOTORCYCLES AUTOS SERVICES SERVICESEnglish HELP WANTEDJobs


1985 Yamaha RZ.350 Exc condo Racing 88 AUDI 5000CS Turbo, silver. loaded, FREE* Second Language Lab, reading, In USA and ov.r..... All occupationi .
kit Inc exhaust Very fast) Last, of 2. sunroof, am/fm stereo cassette, 10 Pregnancy Test writing, speaking Call Bob 375.8353. 9. Don t limit yourself to those 'few
stroke street Yellowblk $1400 neg speaker Excellent condition $9750 negotiable Gainesville Women 28311 companies that recruit on camput Jump
Ray 335.9312lv me*. 10.11.10.8 332'1677. 10459. HEALTH CENTER start your job hunt Contact College recruiters -

720 NW 23rd Avenue today Write to C.A.S., 652 W.
1984 Honda Nighthawk S 700cc exc 377.5055ABORTION BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS PalmAve. Placenpla. Ca. 92670 11.21.
Condition, custom silver paint, 2 new tires 10 WANTEDLocal (To 24 Wki) 50-13
nl Shoe) helmet $1500 call David 373 BIRTH CONTROL
5112. 10.2.5.8 Artist, need: GOLD, Gem. Class Gynecology Service 1233 NW. 10th Ave Paying $75 to qualified volunteer to participate .
Rings ETC. Top $ or trad. Ozzle Fine 12.14.75.11COLLEGE 372 '1664 In new drug study, (for the treat
Jewelry 373-8243. 12.14.76.10 MCVISAlnsuranceFree ment of Jock Itch (fungus of groin). call
9 AUTOSORANGE $ MONEY Private scholarships Pregnancy Test 331.5379. 12.12.63.13
Need .4 fix to LSU game, 373.7026 111. College Scholarship Locators pob Member
AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 8.28-5.10 1881 Joplin MO 64802.1881. 800-879. National Abortion Federation MAKE.UP ARTISTS WANTED for 10th
RATES low payment, fast drive 7485. 12147511. 12.14.53.11 Annual Gallery of Horror Oct 1231 ,
thru service, *e habla Etpanol 377.2277 3 LSU TICKETS Oaks Mall. Call 378.0041 or 374..4334 for
177.CARS. WE CARE. 104109 needed for student tide call 335.2934. ; Hunter Showbarn now accepting students application 1031513'
please leave message 9.28.3.10 Past, UF equestrian coach Boarding. TYPING
1968 Cadillac convertible, new tranimlt working student accepted Farrell Farm WOW hat changed my life! My energy
lion, good Interior, runt good need ONE LSU TICKET NEEDED.CALL 4723142 1093011 12 SERVICES level IA has never been to h ghly lui
some body work. $1750, call Don alter 5 DOUG 336.8239. tainedl FOCUS has greatly Improved my
9 373.9535. 11.28.5.11DEPENDABLE BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI CS *Typing report A business A legal A Aconcentratelon and peaking ability!
Military tear ga* & personal protection resumes A cassettes transcribed A appll BE YOUR BEST hat Improved my
HONDA Civic for only 4 AUBURN TIX WANTEDcall Info Keychain unit or home canister cations A letters A notary Aetc. Available strength and endurance dramatically durIng -
$1000 1983 IIC. 4pd. run well Must 1..73.7788.. 10..4.S.10 $17.95 each + $2.50 shipping (check ok, 24. hour/7 day3722777 12.14.76.12 my workouts!* These product will
sell; It"* a good deal. Kevin 335.7986m Vlia/MC phone order) Sent Immedlatelyl sweep college campuses You can be on
105108AAttentlonA MICRO CENTERTyping 376.0339. Full ft the ground floor of this $8explosion. All
g HElPIi! Need.4 fix for LSU game, pay top Sallle Cain Action Seminars, 6141
$$$! Call Oscar at,3725992. 104510Desperately Parkforett, Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call self service computing. Typing starts @ you have to do Is use the products and
Audi .4000 For Sale Mini 504.751.0495 1.50/pg/ A Resumes $8 A Self service resumes talk to people! The $$$ will chase you
Condition! 1984. Asking $2500 will negotlat need tlx for LSU game, call A $2.50/hr A .15/p.g..Lallr typeset downl! Call me today! Steven 375.5928.
*. Call Cheryl at 377.3074. after S. 9. 392.1608 (Day) or 335.3580 (Night). Ask NAILS BY VONDELL graphics A spell check theses A 10.2.10.13
2849. for Dave 1045.10 3131 NW 13 SI. 377.1763 papers A special characters A employment .
Full set $18 Fill $13 Hot oil I databases A mallmerge A training, *College Students needed immediately
1989 Honda Prelude pt pb Stpd power Manicure Pedicure Limited Time Only WordPerfect specialist, Visa/MC 1214 for exciting outdoor Job.
window cruise. sunroof stereo cassette 11 SERVICESNW 10.5.20.11 76.12 Ideal College Hours 4:30.8:30
13k.mile*. (13950 call Bobby at 336 11 ill Earnings Potential 't$50/day
6389 Ive 108109 Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable Have Fun New People
message Mlnlator.g. at I.75 & NW 39th Ave Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional Meeting
service Reasonable rates Laser Call Fr.nk.t 3383121. 10101513
Nissan Maxima windows near Oak Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from care In peaceful surroundings printer. 377.8175 til 9 12. .
(1 4dr ac, power Dally turnout grooming and TlC. .462 :00pm 14 76
tunroof Immtc engine. fuel.Injected $20, 10% disc tottudentl. 3328917 12 5127. 11.24011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS 12 INTELLIGENCE JOBS. CIA, US
V6 performance $2000 OBO 14.78.11SEXUALl Customs, DEA, etc Now Hiring. Call 1 1-
375.7538 after' 5. 10.1.5.9 V TRANSMITTED DISEASE? FOR COL. ...RESUMES*** 805.667.6000 Ext K.9466. 102221.13

Get confidential and treatment at LEGE Are available! Millions go unclaimed Complete writing & development servicesResume .
Ford Fairmont 79, 76k, automatic white PLANNED PARENTHOOD letting 377.0881. 12- yearly 1.800-33.-3881. 11.111.50.11 House 371.8148, 12-14.76.12 Attention Greeks. clubs & Individuals!
color red Inside, a/c stereo, $1200. call Trip organizer wanted for Ski & Sun
334.5868 after 3 pm. 10259 Typlng/Wordprocesslng WordPerfect tour, earn cashor go for free. Call
** GATOR MOVING ** 5.1 1 1. quality work fast results low rates. Mogul Ski & Sun Tour, 1-600-666.4857,
Cheap 1980 Ford Fairmont Runs good Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1. WASHMASTERSSuperior dependable. personal service Tara 332 10.4-11.13
many new part. H.v..11 paperwork Item/Hie Full. Days/Eves Long dis Car Care 1469 12147612.
$700 obo Call Joe or Laura 335.1418 I or Lie/In Harry/Bill 374. .4791. 12.14.76-11 Needed: Beach Bar Opening Soon.
Ive mtg 10258 3733191Located Typing A A Typsettlng A A Resumes Cocktail waitresses, artiste Call 377-
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM A lessons at campus Amoco From $1.50pg-917 NW 13 St. 1619, 8.28-5.13
1980 HONDA ACCORD 4dr new paint boarding A woodier facilities A Handwash, Window In & out WCS Inc. 3739822
tire. and tinting Need engine work. rides A A tale A UF & SFCC STUDENTS
hay parties working Armor all Dash and Tires Vacuum 12 1476 12TyplngALaser
Call Brian 335.9842. Leave Message students accepted ..88.3224, 3758080. $$ Earn extra money-become a soccer
10259 $10.00 releree' Training clinic Oct 1. Call Alan: at
12.14.76.11SUNBELT 928511 Typesetting*
resumes reports letters etc 472.2383. 10.2.8.13R..pon.lbl.
BMW Must sell Excellent
325e 1967 376.5465A 3500 W. Univ Ave
leather sunroof In MOVING* sitter/playmate wanted for
condo black Int built Alachua Word .
Research All Processing 12 14 76 12
Thorough Paper
radar del, $15900/OBO Call 335.6345. Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies subjectsany ,14mo old. My home 12''pm.' M.F, Refs
format Fast reliable
LEAVE MESSAGE. 10.2.5.9Datiun 1. ItemHouse full. Local dlst accurate neided Pos flex some hrs Nancy 375
2125806938 10.1.5.'11 Put It In writing. Fast, accurate, reliable .
Lie/In Priced for Student! Marty 375 Masters English will correct spelling and 6251 btwn 4-6pm. 9-28 .4.13
F10 78.$400 OBO MUST SELL. MOVE. 12147611. edit Transcribing 3731937 102930
Call for detail 335.3896. 10249. PROTECT YOURSELF! Various STUN 12 Repair person, mechanical & elect exp,
HORSE BOARD Greathou Farm & GUNS avail For FREE Info, tend self $4-5 per hr. Depending on exp AM only
86/84, Plymouth Reliant Toyota R5, A Equestrian Ctr The ultimate In care & addressed stamped envel to: Box 3901 Gator Typing I II back In the SW Accurate perm pos Jim 376.7110. 9.28..4.13
80, 3Sk/82k and lots more, asking facilities 15 min from UFI Jan 376.7762. Gardena CA. 90247. 10.2-5.11 low rates Resumes $12,$15. 1 pg. Laser
$3500/$3750 neg Call after 6pm 378 printing. Day. eve*., weekends 373 SALESDorm
8620 10359 AAA STORAGE
Close to UF Convenient Problem In Math? Then call Greg at 4564 10.5.13.12ALPHA Reps Needed ASAP
.4x4x4. $15/mo 3778308. Professional Tutoring offeredat Flexible Schedule
GREENWICH GREEN APARTMENTS 4x8x8 $30/mo only $12. per hour. 10-2.15-11 GRAPHIX 332-0027. 9-28-3-13

3515 SW 39th BoulevardOff 533 SW 2nd Ave 3771771 $2/ds page

( 9N 34th St.. South of Sfooertdge Apti) Personal' Protection tear gas pocketsized 10292812 372-8017 Mature OFFICE WORK wanted: Part time Prefer Will GVL train resident .
BRAND NEW LCM 2841 A person
$1395 Great gift
UF freshman or soph Good phone
WELL LIGHTED Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. Quality typing/wordprocessing. Word Per voice and personality a must Some
SAFE COMMUNITY 33406 10312611MILL f.cI5.1 1 software & HP III laser printer.Call tale ability. Must work some eveningsand
rpr&ifliw$2.WEST 375-TYPE/375-8973. 1081012 weekend Call Marc at 3770081.

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& EAST 2 & 3 RUNon pus, Word Perfect, light editing FAST service Delivery person Must have car. Mud' be
1.0/pg., call anytime 373.1812. able to lift 60lb boxe*. Part.time. Very
BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES 102.512 flexible hour Some weekend necessiry -

7 GGreenwic ENERGY EFFCENT DUET AREA SW 20th Ave $4/hr. Call 377.7296. 10.2.5.13

. A- 7iGreen EASY ACCESS TO UF POOUXUBHOUSE 2 BR 1 BA for $375 13 HELP WANTED Market Researchtelephone Intervtawers

$5/hr 5:30-9 pm M.F Temp., flexible
Your Location
VISIT OUR MODEL AT Choose
2 & 3 bedrooms available
CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The schedule Perceptive Market Research
CASABLANCA WEST 902 today and receive ,a Independent Florida Alligator. Must own 336-6760. 9.27.2-13
MON.-FRI.1.5 PM, SAT. 10.4 free ceiling fan. reliable van or pick.up truck and be available .
FREE: WATER, CABLE, OR CALL 372-8837 OR 3714100 from Sam. until II ..m. Monday Busboys needed for sorority Flexible
SEWER AND MORE! Model open through Friday. Must' have excellent driving hours Call 371.7774. 9.28.3.13
-Ask about record and valid Florida driver II.
AMENITIES: Pool tennis sauna. your Wed Frl 1-5 pm. Sat 10-2( pm
free health club membershipor cense Pay per route plus mileage SALES OPPORTUNITYBIG
Jacuzzi racketball aerobics Apply at the Alligator offices. 1105 West
putting green clubhouse & gym ceMngJanr Call 336-8967 University Avenue Ask for the route LITTLE BUCKS EFFORTCampus
driver application No calls, please Affirmative .
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Action/Equal Opportunity Employer Area 3710280. 9-28-3 13

A. L. Graber .
Gimble A national full service brokerage flyo i I.
Wobbji looking for hard.working motivated people .
Kill f't AVON 3758967 to work In their Palm Beach Garden ,
1/add'tt.' Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train office Call Mr. Delter 1.800.821.9494.
9S ((3y( o K.i I I the Benefits Insurance 12.14.76-13 9271-13

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I wkd hire. 25/hr a bonuses Callor Photo need responsible part.time
top by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave photographer Must own 35-mmgcara-;
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with this ad Our NEW COMPUTERIZEDsystem call 392.6214. M.F between 10 am noon
allows you to donate In 1/2 the only. 10.23.13Classlfleds.
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NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top BIRTH CONTROL?
Se LOW COST OKINAWAN KARATEInstructor Hal Rosh Hashanah New Year
Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pair Get special student discounts on exams Clarendon will definitely get you In For an Insprlratlonal message HAPPY 20thBIRTHDAY
Only 1-800-488-8699.. 1173013BUSINESS and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. shape. Old strong style contact 377- Dial 3783359. 9284.15
HOOD. 377-0881. 12-14-78-15 0413.9-28-10-15 PAMHope

Ways to make friends at UF & SFCC.
Permanent Hair Removal RAY-BANSI Best Prices Immediate Deliv it's everything you expect
study hard, dress well play tennisa
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for Call 24 HRS For Free Luv, Your Roomie
ery. Catalog. ((703)) BMW might help (joke) EZ Tennis 34th St
14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS info about the PERMANENT removal of 359-9619. 10.12-20-15 Plaza 10-56-15 9281.15
unwanted facial & body hair, 374-4307.
terminal & pe'l, buy, sell!!, 12-14-76-15 Marlene, let's get together Sunday, I Sportswear 25% off; tee shirts 30% off;
trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY know I told you I had to do laundry, but I TOWER YEARBOOKIs aerobic wear 50% off; shoes 20.50% off;
,CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12-14. SSTUDENTS GET CASH called the Gainesville Laundry at 372- accepting applications for staff In: raquetball frames 30% off... EZ Tennlsll
76-14 For Quality Used Clothing, Call Sandy's 4932. They picked It up & brought It back sports, greeks, student life, + more. Business 10-5-6-15
372-1226. W. Univ. Ave.-next Cen- the next day all for just 65cents/lb. So If staff marketing & advertising staff
CRIME IS RISINGI Business booming! tral City 12-14-76-15 you're planning to do laundry Sunday needed. Pick up an application In the third FREE labor with string purchase at EZ
Huge demand, big profits. Become a CS DON'TI CALL THEM INSTEAD and let's floor Student Center in the Reitz Union. Tennissynthetic gut on sale for $9.99.
Tear Gas spray distributor Call 1800. SAVE ON RAYBANS me and you go party. 9-28-8-15 Questions call 336-1310. 9-28-4-15 EZ Tennis 34th St Plaza 372-2257. 10.5-
344-2973. 10210.14 University Opticians
300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480 YESI THE BEST..CAR ALARMS + + Mace at wholesale $. Easy seller. Make 16 CONNECTIONSGAY
12-14-76-15 hundreds parttime. Free information.
THE DRIVER'S SIDE- -
15 PERSONALS JW POB 320801, A. FL,
807 NW 13 ST 371.8190 dept. Tampa ? BI? QUESTIONING?
FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC 10.9.10.15 33629. Dealers/fundraisers welcome. GAY Switchboard 332-0700 hra
Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great Serving UF since 1977 1025.15 Info/Referral/Consultation 12-14-76-16
prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical Most Insurance accepted Shoe Sale on all Inventory!! Save from
Laboratory 3785563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 For quality products, prices service 365
Ave.
2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 20-50%. Unbelievable prices & selection. BODYBUILDERSIIIIIAttend
block Irom Ala Gen.. 12-14-76-15 Dr. Steven Schargel Come on down to EZ Tennis 34th St days a year try the tennis authority In
373-7070 G'ville. EZ Tennis 34th St Plaza 372-
Plaza 1056.15 our course on contest prep. Every
Natural Foods and Vitamins 12-14-76-15 2257. 10-5-6-15
Birkenstock Sandals Sat 10am Gainesville Gym 3768400. 10-

Sunflower Health Foods **GET A GRIP** ATTENTION STUDENTSI! BASEBALL CARDSBUYSELLTRADE 3-25-16
87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 Call ACTS 376-7105
,CALL JEFF 378.1856
121476.15 STUDENT ID REQUIRED EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease
The Spirit-filled M-F aft 5, SIS 10-5. 101212.15
Present your ID and receive 25% off on treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum,
PREGNANT? Don't guess Get Immediatetest 12-14-76-15 Campus Ministry all guitars, amps, and accessories. AIM TO LIVE optometrist 917 W Unlv Ave. 376-1268.
results from a reliable source Lipham Music Co. Next to G'vllle Health Basic Pistol Instruction 92820.16
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881, 12- & Fitness. 372-5351. 9-28-5.15
SKYDIVE Firearm & Survival Advisor
14-76-15 ATTENTION: Student Loans on anything!II!
Skydive with The Williston Skydivers 336- Weston McDonell 466-4094. 10-10-10- No one refused with good collateral. Best
7970. 12-14-73-15 MARDI GRASParty 15 Jewelry ft Loan Pawnbroker. 523 NW 3rd
The Reitz Union Barber and Style Shop
features Twelve of Florida's top stylists, with 2200 Gators! Package Includes Ave. 3714367. 10-12-23-16
wash and wear styles for men and women, Pyshic nationally known : Transportation 2 nights Marriott CLOSET NYMPHO
perms and Carefree Curls, nail tips and Medium 44 yrs, Radio + TV, taped. French Quarter$219.00.Only 180 spaces You're finally legal, not that It will change When you're stuck out In OZ
manicures. & morel Call 392-1610 for an By App. only. Call 336-9154. leftl Breakaway Tours 3776369. Call anything. Beware of the pizza guyl! and you need cash to get home,
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FRIDAY.SEPTEMBER 28.1990.ALLIGATOR. 13

CONNECTIONSTHE CONNECTIONSGOLD CONNECTIONSSALE LOST & FOUND I It's a mystery to me why
WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave,
372-6724. Old esoteric books; astrology GOLD GOLD SALE SALE FOUND: bracelet on 9th Ave in Sorority you don't advertisein
reading, crystal, mineral, & more... We buy your old GOLDIII Circle on 9.21, Call to ID: 3785484. 10 the alligator.
10-8-10-18 $ WE PAY CASH $ TV $25 & up VCR' $85 A up 1.3.20
371-4367 Belt Jewelry & Loan CD player $79 ft up. Gold $10 & up We reach
GWM nice Ikg honest, sincere, adec. *tr. 10-12-23-16 Bell Jewelry & Loan 371-4367. LOST: let of key on Swiss Army knife
Ikg & act.,trim build, lots to offer discreet. 10-12-23-18 chain on 9/12 In front of CSE library. Call 49,000,
Seek GWM 25.45 with similar qual. lor 27 yr old SWM, enjoy buying gold, cashIng 378.5484 Joe. Leave message. 0.1.3.20 readers!
friend, maybe more. FOB 12301 Gvl checks & making loans. Looks (for discreet EZ Loan with approved collateral Call
32604. PIG Apprec. B-28-5-16 rel. Best Jewelry & Loan the Cash Hotline. Your Buddy Richard will LOST: Set of key lost at pay phone between -
3714367. 10-12-23-16 take care of you. Best Jewelry & Loan. Libraries East and West. Call 371-
_
CLEAR LAKE Cash (for anything. 371.4387. 101223. 6203. 101320FOUND
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371-4367 WE BUY AND PAWNGoldSlverDamondiJewelry garage. Call Ky 375-4536
The Keg & Platter. or 376-4179 to
10-5-9-16 BUY SELL LOAN*)PAWN ID. 10.1.3.20
Rolex*TV's*Stereos*VCR's
TOP CASH PAIDII!! FOUND: pair sunglasses at Reitz Union
Best Jewelry & Loan 371-4367 Arcade on Sat 9/22. Call 334.8085. 10-2-
10-12-23-16 3-20
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WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. FOUND: Bracelet found at the Purple Por
Best J&L 371-GEMS. 10-12-23-16 poise on Frl, Sept 7., Call 338-0581 to ID.
AGAIN 10-1-320

18 RIDES FOUND: male black & white kitten, approx
6-8 wks old. Found on 9.24 on NW 14th +
6th Ave in student
ghetto. Kitten has
$45 r/t Miami
WPB/Pomp. $30 one way. 6 black
moustache. Call 376-5686
yrs of weekly Frl/Sun. bus trips. Pet ok, 10-1-3-
pkg transported GMG trans 336- FOUND: Parakeet Call to ID 378-4707
7026/305-266-3766 11.5.30.18
LOST: U-lock key on chain In Plaza, nearside
to Chemistry Bldg.. on 9/25. Call 334-
19 PETSGood 9112. 101220Getting

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backyard pref.cost I II vet. check-up
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bowl. $275 O.B.O. John 335-9311 10-2- I f r

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Need good home for long-haired guineapig.
for leading apartment department stores Price negotiable. Call Kathy for more
of New York's' Accessories Circuit info 3758489. 10-1-2-19

Ilk WHOLESALE: Hair Acessorles .
20 LOST & FOUND
TOP QUALITY

French ribbons Finder Keepers?
Hand made bows from designers fabrics If you find something, you can place a
French barretts FREE ad In this section. Be kind to some
clasp
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FOUND set of key at Wllllamiburg Apt
This is a liquidation of stock In front of apt 118-129. Please call to

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passes in bunches."I a 32-inch vertical leap and 4.52 know I'm pretty short, but I have In the four years since Kirkpat-
KIRKPATRICK saw what a fun coach Spurrierwas speed in the 40-yard() dash. Then very, very good speed for a tight rick came to UF,he has played for
from page 16 with the Bandits,"Kirkpatricksaid. again, the market tends to ignore end. And I catch better than any- three coaches, as many offensive
"He made Tampa jump. And 6-foot-2,227-pound tight ends. thing else in the world. I feel likeif coordinators and numerous quar
ily were in the stands,season-ticket Reaves was a great quarterback, The way NFL scouts see him, a ball's coming my way, I'll hold terbacks.
holders. He still remembers his and he learned the offense better he's too small. onto it.""
first impression of Buccaneers' than anybody else. Kirkpatrick has been latchingonto Spurrier's arrival as coach and
offensive coordinator has simplified
football. "Coach Reaves gives me pointers Facing All-Americans Huey passes since his prep days, bit. And his
"I was eight and I remember other tight end coaches would Richardson,Richard Fain and God- when he was named the Tampa things a difficulty
thinking,'God the Bucs are sorry.'" never think of,because he's a quar frey Myles in practice every day Tribune's Player of the Year in tions settling hasn't on a fazed starter Kirkpatrick.at other posi-
Eight years later, Spurrier and terback. He knows how quarterbacks gives Kirkpatrick a glimpse of 1985.
Reaves carried the Tampa Bay Ban- think." NFL-caliber defenders.And receiving He turned down Notre Dame's "Spurrier's such a perfectionist,
dits of the USFL to consecutive mail from NFL teams lets Kirk- Lou Holtz and Florida State's he won't stop trying to find the
playoff appearances. Kirkpatrick Spurrier's pro-style offense and patrick know at least one tight end Bobby Bowden no slouches right combination," he said. "I
again was in the stands, but this Reaves' tips may point Kirkpatrick might have a chance."I when it comes to recruiting-for don't really worry about all the
time he became infatuated with the toward the NFL,where the market have no idea how good they UF, where Kirkpatrick said he's changes, as long as he doesn't
same offense that now feeds him always is eager for tight ends with think I am," Kirkpatrick said. "I always wanted play. start looking at Kirkpatrick."



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By MIKE SCHULTZ tournament was good preparation for the The Tigers return five starters from last the Gators' advantage.
Alligator WriterA conference schedule. year's squad which finished 30-8() on its way "At least they don't know that much aboutus
"That tournament raised our level of play," to the SEC title. This year they are ranked "
new season begins for the UF volleyball Peppier said."And hopefully that will pay off 17th in the nation and have an 8-5 record. yet, Peppier said."We're just hoping that
we can get a jump on them before they'reready.
team this weekend as it opens its Southeastern when "
LSU.
we play The Tigers, who hold a 6-3 series advan- .
Conference schedule at home against But Peppier said that first the Gators must tage over the Gators, are led by Monique
defending champion Louisiana State Sundayat concentrate on Friday's opponent Stetson. Adams and Nyla Shepherd. Adams,a 6foot2 "If we can come out and have a strong
2 p.m. She said the Gators cannot afford to look junior, leads the team with 188 kills this match and get a win against them,that would
But before their conference opener, the past the Hatters, even though they aren't as season. Shepherd, also a junior, is secondin really set the pace for our SEC season."
Gators ((5-6)) will face Stetson tonight at 7p.rn. tough as UPs recent opponents. kills for the Tigers with 147.
Both matches will be played in the With the start of conference play, Peppier
The
"They are not the same kind of challengeas Gators finished sixth in the confer-
O'Connell Center. Nebraska or Illinois," Peppier said. "But ence last year with a disappointing 3-5 re- said the Gators can put the early season and
their 5-6 record
behind them.
The Gators are coming off three straight we can't overlook them.We don't want themto cord. In their only meeting with LSU last
losses against top-10 teams in last weekend's interrupt our intensity." year,the Gators lost in three straight games. "LSU starts it all off," Peppier said. "No
mini Invitational Tournament, but UF assis- The Gators will need all the Intensity they Peppier said that playing the Tigers so matter what has happened prior to this,
tant coach Mary Jo Peppier said that the can muster when they meet LSU on Sunday. early in the season and at home may be to things start counting now." _



I Felker: UF's defense always the same GAMEfrom page 16


Bulldogs coach says 1990 Gators reminiscent of past unitsBy He already has broken two punt returns for
touchdowns this season, and had a 46-yarder to
RON KASPRISKE "We were dominated, particularly on the Southern Miss 2-yard line called back.
Alligator Staff Writer the line of scrimmage," Felker said. "It's "It's not a matter of speed,"said James, who has
funny,but they weren't near as big on the 4 r 4.6 speed in the 40-yard() dash. "I'm more of a quick
The names on the back of the uniforms line as they were in '88, but they were runner,and I know where to go. It's something we
may be different,but as far as MississippiState twice as quick." work very hard on."
coach Rocky Felker is concerned, Defensive linemen Huey Richardsonand Stopping James could be UF's key to obtainingthat
UF's defense this year is no different than Tony McCoy dominated that game elusive shutout.
the ones that have shut down the Bulldogsthe for UF. And while McCoy is no longer on "He's really explosive," Brandon said. "He's
past three seasons. the team, Felker said Richardson could young and quick, and capable of breaking a long
The Gators,who host Mississippi State create similar problems for MississippiState run."
Saturday at 12:40: p.m., have held the Saturday."We From scrimmage, Mississippi State hasn't bro-
Bulldogs to three total points in their last just simply have to keep Richardson ken any long runs this season. None of its five
three meetings, including last season's off of our quarterback," Felker said. touchdowns have come on the ground. This year,
21-0() shutout. Thaf a big key for us and them. Theydo ?y the Bulldogs abandoned their longtime ground
Mississippi State ((2-1)) has failed to a great job of putting pressure on the game for a more balanced attack, averaging 137
score a touchdown against UF during that quarterback and if you do that, you can yards on the ground and 174 through the air.
period,losing 17-0()in 1988 and 38-3 in 1987 make things happen. riWw. Tony Shell is the trigger man for the Bulldogs
a scoring drought Felker attributes to "This team has the ability to do any- passing attack with 511 yards in three games. Last
UPs stingy defense. thing their past defenses have achievedand year, Shell passed for 499 yards.
"This defense is so similar to past Florida then some." ., But the passing game attracting attention Satur-
defenses," Felker said. "They have a day probably won't be Mississippi State's. UF
number of returners from last season, but UF head coach Steve Spurrier said Mis- sophomore Shane Matthews is first in the SEC and
those guys were unknowns two years ago. sissippi State's offense could pose some seventh nationally in total offense.
"They always seem to have the same problems if the team thinks they will bea After three games, he has passed for 837 yards
quick defense year in and year out. pushover.The and five touchdowns,numbers that convinced USA
They're excellent." Bulldogs are led offensively by MSU Sports Information Today to consider Matthews an early-season Heis-
Felker said he still cringes when he quarterback Tony Shell and wide receiver Bulldogs quarterback Tony Shell man Trophy candidate.One .
thinks about last season's game.The con- Jerry Bouldin. Shell has thrown for 511 of Matthews' favorite targets, sophomore
test was originally slated to be played in yards in three games while Bouldin has behind." burnerTre Everett,will miss Saturday's$game witha
Mississippi, but a group from Tampa Sta- 11 receptions for 152 yards and a touch- Felker said his team feels the same cracked rib. Everett led UF with two touchdownsand
dium offered to pay the Bulldogs if they down. way. 180 yards receiving, but will sit out at least
played the game there. "They really are a solid team,"Spurriersaid. the next two games, Spurrier said.
The result on the field was a disaster.UF "They have shown signs of trying to "This Gators team appears to be even Senior Terence Barber,who has five receptionsfor
,playing in front of a home-field crowd, break games wide open. stronger than the past teams we've faced,' 96 yards and a touchdown,will start in Everett's
dominated the Bulldogs, holding them to "Plus, their defense doesn't give up the Felker said."They simply have great team place. Freshman Monty Duncan will be the Gators'
48 yards rushing and 65 yards passing. big play so i it will be tough for us if we get speed. They're going to be real tough." third receiver, Spurrier said.


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Picks column 1 Kirkpatrick ready for fireworks I



Alligator ByGREGQDOYEL Staff Writer tie
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Frank Sinatra didn't croon "My Way"
I; over the public address system.No .
'.. fireworks exploded behind Florida

"jr'lI Field's Scoreboard.And .
: yet, somehow, something seemed
I different.
J
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.."",.; ) There was UF tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick,
TM holding a football in the end zone.
Touchdown.
It's a sad, sad day here at the Alligator-brand picks
column. Kirkpatrick and UF quarterback Shane

Yes, that's right....our streak of 42,537 consecutive Matthews had just hooked up on a 20-yard
scoring in the first ofSaturday's
pass quarter
picks columns without an error has ended.
27-3 victory against Furman.
Thanks to the hawk-like reflexes of of
one our The touchdown .
was a collegiate first for
f
readers, Jan Swanbeck, we've discovered that last
Kirkpatrick, a senior who had 35 career
week's column had a slight mathematical error. receptions before scoring."It tq tqA

(Insert the appropriate interjection here) didn't mean a whole lot to me,"
In the column, we wrote that sports editor Ron Kikrpatrick said. "Actually, it was kind of
Kaspriske led all pickers with a 13-7 record while embarrassing. The papers wrote about my
Sharon Ginn was in second with a 12-6 record. first career touchdown, letting everybody
According to Swanbeck, who must have spent hours know I'd never had one."
using the Pythagorean Theorem to uncover the mis- It's not that UFs quarterbacks avoid the
take, a 12-6 record (which works out to a percentageof senior tight end. But it doesn't hurt to drop
.666)) is better than 13-7 (which works out to a hints here and there, said tight ends coach

percentage of .650)). John Reaves, a former UF All-American.
"I'm always planting little seeds about

KICKOFF Saturday, 12:40: p.m. (EDT) getting it to the tight ends more," Reaves
SITE Florida Field (capacity 72,000)) said. "Kirk's improving every week, but he
TELEVISION Cable: TBS still hasn't tapped into his potential. He
could be a really fine tight end."
RADIO WRUF ((850 AM, 103.7 FM)
Yet finds
Kirkpatrick himself defendinghis
COACHES UF: Steve Spurrier ((3-0 season, 23- pass-catching abilities. After three
13-1 career); MISS. ST: Rocky Felker ((2-1 season,
""' games, he leads UF with 12 receptions. He
18-29 career) is on pace to catch about 50 passes this
INJURIES UF: Tre Everett (broken rib out)
; year, almost twice as many as he had in his
Mike Brandon (bruised instep, doubtful) first three seasons at UF.

"Some guy told me it looked like I was
The Picks catching the ball better this year," Kirkpatrick -
Swanbeck,who we might add wrote a grueling letter said. "I took exception to that I've
crucifying several members of the Alligator sports never dropped a ball. I'm just seeing a lot We
department including Kaspriske, should be com- more this year." All
mended for her catch. Getting the ball to the tight end has beena

That's if you consider yourself a math nerd."I staple of UF coach Steve Spurrier's of-

got a B in advanced placement calculus," said fense everywhere he's gone. And Kirkpatrick wtr
Swanbeck, who also gloats that she's the chairwomanof has seen several versions of offense,
documents at UFs Library West. Spurrierstyle.When .
"Then I go home and wash the floors." Spurrier played for Tampa Bay's
1976 team and fam-
That last remark was directed at Kaspriske, who she inaugural Kirkpatrick ADRIAN DENNIS
accused of being chauvinistic as well as a mathematicalidiot UF tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick stays in bounds for his first collegiate .
for being ahead of Ginn. see Kirkpatrick, page 14 touchdown Saturday against Furman.

"But it's an honor to be your guest picker."

Sure, grovel now. Well, you're lucky we agree. We I
are mathematical idiots. I Bulldogs look to end TD drought

Sports Editor/Addition wiz Ron "I got a C+ in fun-

damental concepts of .math and I'm proud of it" ByGREGQDOYEL down from a year ago. And more than half of the Bulldogs'
a Kaspriske leads all pickers with a 19-11 record. Alligator Staff Writer points this year came in their 27-13 victory over Fullerton
Really. State.
Sports writer Sharon "The probability of a woman The only thing between UF and a shutout in two of its The Bulldogs ((2-1)) managed just one touchdown in a 40-7()
winning this picks column is slim, but I'll try anyway" first three games has been one busted play.A loss to Tennessee and 13-10 victory over Southern Missis-
Ginn is actually in second place with a 18-12 record. lost receiver in the end zone gave Oklahoma State its

Token news room picker Dan "Keep your exponentto only touchdown in the Gators' 50-7() season-opening victoryover sippi.Mississippi State coach Rocky Felker looks at UFs de-

yourself" Evans vaulted into third place with an 8-2 the Cowboys.Two fense and doesn't seem too optimistic about his squad's
record last week and a 17-13 record overall. weeks later, an interception returned to UFs 2-yard chances of scoring very often Saturday.

I Assistant Sports Editor Gregg "I thought Plato was line set up a Furman field goal in Saturday's 27-3 victoryover "We've struggled over the years to score against Florida,"
the Paladins.
the dog in the Disney cartoons" Doyel snuck past the Felker said."We're concerned about moving the ball against
i t .500 mark (note the mathematical reference) with a The Gators are second in the country in scoring defense, them this year. (UF defensive end) Huey Richardson is a
16-14 record. allowing less than eight points a game, but they hunger for great player. We have to keep him from the quarterback.But .

f I Sports writer Alex "I don't care about math, or their first shutout since the fourth week of 1989, a 21-0 if you double-team him, any of the other guys can get
anything else but professional wrestling for that mat- blanking of Mississippi State.If to the quarterback."
ter" Marvez is one game back of Doyel with a 15-15 only Mississippi State were coming to town this week- The Bulldogs won't hold anything back Saturday againstthe

record. end.Oops. heavily favored Gators, UF coach Steve Spurrier said.

"They'll be pumped up," Spurrier said. "They'll be willing
Walk feur RK GO SO AM DC Jt Seems like the will be in town
Bulldogs Saturday at 12:40: to give it "
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score. In fact the offensive
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weapon tailback.
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string tailback.James leads the in returns,and
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And this year's MSU squad doesn't appear ready to blow is one kickoff shy of leading the nation in that category.
any circuits in the Florida Field Scoreboard. MississippiState

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