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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 25 MONDAY, OCTOBER 1,1990




fear Police keep silent about suspects I


spired with someone in the murders Force will no longer name any- Clifton based that belief on.
By MATTHEW SAUER
students lax Alligator Writer ,he did admit it's an option."I one they are investigating.This Reports also have indicatedthat
wouldn't rule out the possibility weekend newspapers while investigators still con-
The spokesman for the Task that there's more than one reported an analysis of evidence sider Humphrey a possible suspect -
Force Investigating the mur- killer," he said. "When you from at least two of the three laboratory test results
about safetyBy ders of five local college stu- haven't got anyone charged fora murder scenes that show a sec- have failed to link him or any
dents would not confirm reports crime you don't rule out any ond individual was involved. other person to the crime.
Sunday that two men may have thing." A day after the fourth and fifth Humphrey has maintained he
MARY SHEDDEN conspired commit the slay- Gerard described the pool of victims were found Gainesville is innocent of the slayings and
Alligator Staff WriterA ings, but said the pool of sus- suspects as "dynamic." Police Chief Wayland Clifton his relatives accuse investigators -

month ago, Gainesville college students pects changes daily. "We're not putting any size on said he believed the murderswere of using him as a scapegoatto
battled fear by buying handguns, carrying While Gainesville police Sgt. the number of individuals we're the work of only one killer. relieve themselves of pres-
Mace, walking in groups and staying over at Dick Gerard would not confirm working with anymore,"he said. Up until now, local law enforce- sures to quickly solve the
friends' apartments. that investigators are probingthe The size varies every day. It ment officials have maintainedthat crimes.
Today,conversations focus less on safety, possibility of more than one could be 10 one day 30 the next statement. If such accusations are true,
killer that and 50 the next day." Gerard said he didn't know
and instead turn to upcoming midterms the or possible suspect see Investigation page 4
football team's victory and twoforone drink Edward Lewis Humphrey con- Gerard also said the Task what evidence or information

specials.Although the mood around UF and the UF student
community is still one of safety awareness,
the initial panic about the murder of five
college students is over, and police want to
make sure that the carefree attitude doesn't in
evolve into carelessness."I suspect
was seeing these kind of things I don't
like to see anywhere,...this time in particular -
,"said Gainesville police Sgt.Dick Gerard, motel deathBy
describing how he had driven around
Gainesville apartment t complexes during pre-
dawn patrol last week, and had seen open MATTHEW SAUER
doors and windows. (
Alligator Writer
"It's expected,"he added. "People want to
get things back to normal." Police will not release the name of a 23-year-
A crime prevention specialist for 15 years, old UF student suspected of killing her father I
Gerard was appointed spokesman for the at a local motel Thursday night because she
multi-agency Task Force investigating the also may be a victim of the crime,said Alachua \
slayings. He said students have improved County Sheriffs spokesman Lt. Spencer
their overall safety awareness 1,000 times r Mann.
what it was last year. He said he finds that Hugh James Powell 48, of Poinciana was
behavior encouraging because students are found shot in the head at the Daystop motel,
easy t targets for criminals. 4041 SW 13th St.,after motel employees called
Although two possible suspects in the case for help, Mann said.
- UF freshman Edward Lewis Humphreyand
Powell and his daughter were alone in the I
Stephen Michael Bates of Lakeland -
and had "verbal and altercation" t
room a physical
have been publicized, Gerard urged the pub-
before the shooting, Mann said. Both a
lic to remember no one has been charged.
Gerard said he wants to do all he can to see Shooting page 4
emphasize safety while an unidentified sus-
pect may be on the loose."I I
don't think students on the whole are k
Growl
going back (to old safety habits)," he said. coupon
"But I'd rather comment now and bring it up
when a couple of people are doing it." } pick-up extendedFor
While many students still travel in groups,
the sting of the murders is fading. Thoughts procrastinating students whohaven't
again are turning to academics and socializ- picked up coupons for Gator

ing."It's Growl the pick-up deadline has been
kind of upsetting," UF junior Eric extended through today, Growl 'Pro
Baumgarten said. "(But) you've got to go on ducer Brian Guenther said Sunday.
with your life...I think it's back to normal.] Growl ticket director Elizabeth McA-
Baumgarten, a doorman at T.J. rther said last week that students wouldbe
Morrissey's dance club, said weekend busi- able to buy the unsold coupons todayas
ness is just like it was before the murders $8 guest tickets. But when lines ex-
although doormen now are walking female tended longer than the pickup hours
patrons to their cars. Friday, students were given more timeto
"People don't think about the murders as pick up their coupons.
much but it's still there" he said. Students must show a fee card and
But t a lifestyle cluttered with safety precau-
picture ID or an All-in-One ID to pick
tions is not practical for students, said jour-
up coupons from Gate 13 of Ee,i Hill
nalism senior Candi Adams. Griffin Stadium. The coupons can later
"You have to do a lot of late night study be redeemed for tickets.

ing," Adams said. "Everyone was running JS SULLIVAN ,"If they don't\ pick them up (today)
around like there was just the 'Gainesville Blues before, not afterPat they will pave to return Tuesday and geta I
Murderer.! There are still rapists and mug- DiNizio of the Smithereens plays to a rainsoaked audience Friday guest ticket,">Guenther said.

see Normal page 8 night at the UF Bandshell. .:NkoU.SnoadII


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2, ALLIGATOR MONDAY. OCTOBER lt 1990

VOLUNTEERSData


entry clerk needed to put a mailing list in order 13 to 18. Two hours a week to suit volunteer's schedule.Hot .
and enter information into an IBM computer. Volunteerswill air needed to blow up balloons and help neededto
work in a Gainesville city office. Hours to be ar decorate for a party. Volunteers will blow up balloonsand
ranged. decorate a room. Needed Oct. 18, 4 to 6 p.m.
Clothes closet attendant wanted to help staff fold, Looking. for a Saturday project? Enjoy fresh air and
hang and straighten clothing in the room. Help is especially fall weather while loading plants for customers at a plant GOOKI
needed on Fridays. sale Oct. 13. Hours 9 a.m. to noon. of
Facilitator needed to Interact with parents who are Like kids? Volunteers needed for one-to-one Interac- r sebt on THIS: WEEK; : ONLY
trying to improve their relationship with their children. tion with students in an after-school activities program. .DBE OCtober 1 7 ,
Must be a caring, non-judgmental, mature person. Schedules vary.
Volunteers needed on Monday evening from 7 to 8:30.: Drivers needed to transport clients to appointments,
4-H Junior leader needed to provide organizational pick up food, medicine or clothing, deliver pamphletsand
leadership. Involve 4-H youth in learning activities, in- videos to community as requested.For .
cluding a community service project. Give leadership in more information write or call The Volunteer Center -

planning an annual program. Youths range in ages from P.O. Box 14561, Gainesville, FL32604. 378-2552. Buy two dinners get the THIRD one FREEI

(Value not to exceed price of least expensive dinner purchased))

I WHAT'S I
HAPPENINGWow Register for THREE great prizes to be announced by Rob and WYOC's

Rockln' Ray Saturday. October 13th at the Good Life Jubilee.
fish: Students and non-stu Ellen at 3921655. Rah, rah Republicans: College
One Grand Prize Rob's Pu Pu forTHREE on the Dining Deck.
dents can enjoy a weekend of Oom-pah-pah: The UF Interna- Republicans meets Oct 3 at 7 p.m.
snorkeling 12-14 in Key Largo's tional Folk Dance group celebrates in Reitz Union Room 349. Call 372- Two Second Prizes-THREE pounds raw headless medium shrimp.

John Pennel trip will cost $55 for UF students and Norman Hall Gym, corner of will be brief: The Pre-Legal
$60 for everybody else. Call 392- Northwest 13th Street and Museum Honor Society meets Oct. 2 at 7:30: The big JHttf-oft// FREE ROB'S SHIRTS will be given away one each
1655 or sign up in Union Room 330. Road. German dances will be per p.m. in Reitz Union Rooms 346 and hour for the first THIRTY hours of our promotion.
Save the earth: The Sierra Club formed, and line and couple dances 347. Call Lindsay at 334-9453.
Suwannee-St. John's Group meets will be taught for free. Call 3324682. Talk about It: 'The Sisterhood" Bring In this ad for THREE Free Drinks with dinner.DIBEATDI.
Oct. 4 at 7:30: p.m. in Room Cl-3 of Add It up: The Fisher School of meets tonight at the Institute of
the UF Health Science Center. The Accounting Council meets Oct 4 at Black Culture to discuss black
topic is "U.S. aid for independent 4 p.m. in Matherly Hall Room 18. women's issues. Call Karla at 334- HOURSAlachua
development initiative on the en- Niki Tery Bryan, a UF graduate 8867. LOCATION
Mon -Theirs ))0 9
Next to C R Quick Stop a.m. p.m.
'
vironment presented by Josh Dick- named Orlando Businessperson of Say cheese: Free senior portraitsfor Highway 441 FriSat 10 a.m. 10 p.m.
inson, co-founder of Tropical the Year will make a presentation.Call the Tower Yearbook will be Sunday Noon -'I p.m.
Research and Development Inc. Call Jenny at 335-0697 or Lizzi at taken Oct. 1-12 in Reitz Union Room
3780461.Not 335-9479. 121. Call Jeff at 336-1310.
Van Halen: Acoustic guitaristStu NAACP: The NAACP's Gator Vote tomorrow: Students for
Weaver plays at the Orange & chapter meets tonight in Reitz Union Chestnut meets today 12:301:30p.m. : :
Brew Oct. 12-13. Admission is $2, Room 346 at 6 p.m. All members outside Turlington Hall. Call
and the show begins at 8 p.m. Call should attend. Call Karl at 334-8090. 335-9473 or 378-9863.



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MONDAY, OCTOBER 1.1990,'ALLIGATOR. 3


I Prank victim arrestedBy Lawsuits againstfraternities I I


MIKE BRUSCELL police spokeswoman Angie mine if the suspects acted as Indi-
I IBy
Alligator Staff WriterA Tipton. viduals or fraternity members.The rising
A UF police officer named four suspects could face hazing .
UFTheta Chi fraternity mem- suspects in the incident, all of charges.
ber told police Wednesday he was whom are Theta Chi members, Neither Cherner nor the four DEBBIE CENZIPER management program, such as
identification checks and at
running naked across a campus Tipton said. But Cherner did not suspects could be reached for Alligator Staff Writer least proper 20 sober members at parties,
parking lot because his shorts file charges against Sean M. Dillon comment Sunday.
Ever-increasing lawsuits in the possibly can prevent incidents that
were chained to an anchor outsidethe 19, Harry W. Cotthaus, 21, Tipton said the anchoring team wake of membership hazing, alco- lead to lawsuits. Alcohol policy
Delta Gamma sorority house.It Gregory S. Anderson, 21, and a often includes a sorority member, hol abuse and sexual assault can rules are violated the most, followed
wasn't a first. 17-year-old police would not Iden- who usually holds a towel for the sink a fraternity and financially by hazing accidents, he said.
About once a month, any of at tify because of his age. victim. Day said her sorority strap individual members foryears, Each Pike member pays about
least 10 fraternities kidnap a member Cherner told police he was walking wasn't involved with the incidents. Pi Kappa Alpha adviser Ernie Cox $100 annually to insure the frater-
' and handcuff his shorts to the north of Tolbert Hall when a Day said she didn't know why said Sunday. nity, Cox said.Assistant .
anchor, said Delta Gamma President brown van pulled out In front of fraternities Delta Gamma's anchor About 35 Pike's learned that law Student Services Dean
Kerry Day. The member is him, Tipton said. A group of people but said the victims are usu- suits against fraternities are on the Irene Stevens, responsible for UPs
bound to the anchor in such a way grabbed Cherner, handcuffedhim ally those who have given a steady rise and seemingly innocent acci- student judicial affairs, said UF
that he can escape only by remov- and put him inside the van, girlfriend a lavalier, a golden dents can lead to disastrous legal created a general conduct code to
ing his shorts. she said. Then, Cherner and his charm with the man's fraternity battles. The lesson came at the allow for interpretation of all typesof
The practice, known as"anchor shorts were fastened to the an letters. fraternity's first-ever legal liability infractions.
ing," left Theta Chi member Jason chor. Tipton said she didn't know Tipton said the suspects could seminar. "Asa member of our community,
Cherner running for cover,but not whether he still was handcuffed as have been charged with kidnap- "This is probably one of the most we hold"(Greeks) to certain expectations
fast enough to escape the eyes of he ran across the parking lot. ping, false imprisonment or bat pressing issues facing fraternitiesand Stevens said. "We expecta
UF police. The 20-year-old was ordered Student Affairs Dean James sororities across the country high degree of morality" and a
to appear in court for publicly Scott said Sunday that UF will tery.Alligator Writer Matthew Sauer today," Cox said. high degree of behavior.

exposing his genitals, said UF review the police report and deter contributed to this report. Although UF fraternity and so- the Pike fraternity's alumnus house Frank corporation Smith said

--- rority officials were invited to at- hosted the seminar because expensive
i HELMS PROTEST tend the videotaped seminar, the lawsuits could eliminate an
members of the audience were entire fraternity.
, L mostly Pikes. Cox blamed the low That kind of concern is what led
turnout on prior social commit-

ments. see Suits page 9
Cone Cox said a conscientious risk-
I
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putribuAiA Possible fraud angers


It I

local store ownersBy


CARRIE TICE
Alligator Writer

t Craig Lewison thought advertis- i
ing in the local calendar would bea
good way to beef up business at
his restaurant, instead it turned out ,
to be a good way to throw away
$200. I
I Lewison of California
I owner Craig's
Deli at 516 N.W. 13th St., is
one of several Gainesville merchants
? who bought ads in a poster \
calendar made by a company called
University PromotionsPublications. NATALEE WATERS ALLIGATOR ,
Now that company seems to Moran Larson
or University Promotions (
have disappeared and police say
meaning they never ap-
the whole deal was probably a for
plied a permit. Officer David
i fraud."I Riker said police filled out a reporton
7.ti'i. just wonder what led these the crime Sept. 25 and are treat-
: ; :'" to this and what
ir people moment, Ing the case as a misdemeanorfraud.
exactly went wrong,"Lewison said. .
The company put out two ver-
J.S. SULLIVAN sions of the free calendar last year, Lewison was told buying the ad
ACT-UP of Gainesville and members of local art, feminist and civil-rights communities rally in one with a male model and one witha would also get his deli mentioned

front of Cone Distribution. Cone is a distributor of Miller beer, whose parent company, Philip female model, both scantily clad. 104.125 times WRUF on WRUF-FM director, ROCK

Morris, is the largest political donor to the re-election campaign of Jesse Helms, protesters The slick paper calendar and displayed was published local ads.on Harry Guscott program said the station was

trading the airtime in exchange for
A well-dressed
woman, identifying -
having their logo put on the calen-
herself as JoAnn Moran,visited
said.Man dar. He said the station had the
Lewison several times to show him
throws officer into standBy different drafts of his ad. Lewison same deal last year.
gave her a $200 check Aug. 14 andit
was cashed by the company the "We are as upset as any other
MATTHEW SAUER the game and the two struggled.An was treated at Alachua General next day in Jacksonville.In advertiser with the calender that
Alligator WriterA Alachua County Sheriffs dep- Hospital and released Saturday, mid-September, a man identi- we operated with this company in
uty pulled Pucino away from but has only partial memory of the fying himself as Jeffrey Larson good faith," Guscott said.
UF police officer suffered a Singletary and arrested him, incident, Tipton said. called from University Promotions.He .
concussion when a Gainesvilleman Tipton said. The man continued to In addition to the arrest, police told Lewison the calendar was Even though he lost $200, Lewi-
threw her into a concession resist police and was t taken to the ejected 31 people from the game, done, but needed to be reprinted son said Moran's attitude led himto
stand as he tried to enter county jail. Pucino is being held on 12 of them UF students. because of the quality. Lewison believe she wasn't intentionally

Saturday's football game without a $1,000 bail. UF police working at the game said he hasn't heard from the com- stealing his money.
ticket. "It took' about t five officers to again were relieved by 12 State pany since, and their phone has

UF police spokeswoman Angie carry him 'out the booking room University System officers Satur- been disconnected. "My gut feeling is that it proba-
"
Tipton said Larry Pucino,. 23, 430 and get him into a. police car, day night,Tipton said. Extra police Niether Larson nor Moran could bly wasn't a scam, it might have
NE 10th St., tossed officer Cathy Tipton said.Singletary. have been called in at every home be located Sunday. been that unexpected problems
Singletary against the stand after who was uncon- game this season to relieve tired Gainesville police said city busi- prevented the company from fulfill-
Pucino tried to force his way Into scious for a time after the attack, officers. ness records show no listing of ing their obligations," he said.



4,ALLIGATOR MONDAYj OCTOBER 1.J990


ELSEWHERENegotiators

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reach budget accordWASHINGTON GOOD TIMES


(UPI) -Just hours shy of a mid- "Both sides can accurately say the agreement in-
night deadline, President Bush and congressional cludes provisions they don't like. Cutting the deficit
budget negotiators agreed Sunday to increase gas and requires difficult choices, but our nation's economic Happy HourMargarita Daily,3-7
other taxes and slash government spending to cut the future requires that we make those choices." Ladiei Nlfht Night Mon 8 H

nation's deficit by $500 billion over five years. The quickly arranged White House ceremony, Couples Night Wed 9 11
At a Rose Garden ceremony to hail the pact, Bush, following a brief, final meeting between both sides, Rum Might ThursSJJSNCIFFVS
flanked by the bipartisan group of negotiators from sealed the $500 billion deficit-cutting: deal with Con- Super Sunday Sun 6-10:30
Congress and the administration,said the new budget gress after four months of intensive bargaining.With .
would include $182 billion in cuts in government only 11 hours until a midnight deadline was
spending, with defense spending accounting for $67 to bring severe cuts in government spending, the
billion, and $134 billion in new tax revenues, mostly president flew in for the sessions from New York, 1017 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
from a phased-in increase in the tax on gasoline. where he cut into a full day of business at the United GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA 904,376-8899
"This is priority. This Is priority for our nation," Nations World Summit on Children.But .
Bush said in announcing the agreement and pledgingto Bush made no mention of the pact's not includ-
set aside partisanship in seeking approval for it ing his long-sought, controversial cut in the capital
IFYOU'RETIUNKINGSCIENCE
from the full Congress. gains tax battled by Democrats as a boon for the
Bush said although he was not happy about the tax wealthy but pointed to provisions extending tax OR
increase on gasoline, which would raise the currenttax credits for research and development and tax breaksfor ENGINEFRING,11IINK
five cents in the first year and five cents in the small businesses. .
AIR FORCE ROTC.
following years, he was pleased that the agreement "This is real, not a phony smoke and mirrors
would extend the Gramm-Rudman balanced budget deficit-cutting: program," Bush declared.
law for another five years, as well as "important new The final round of negotiations recessed shortly
initiatives" to stimulate economic growth. after 2:30: a.m. Sunday. The package must then win College Is where your edu-
And Senate Democratic leader George Mitchell of the approval of the House and Senate, both of which cation In science or engineering
Maine said, "Now comes the hard part." scheduled rare Sunday sessions. \1 reaches new heights.Air .
"This agreement is a compromise," Mitchell said. Force ROTC can take that educationeven
higher-Into satellite,laser or other

. Hussein to consider French planCAIRO I technologies that become the focus of your
peace career upon graduation.You may also qualify for
twothrough four-year scholarships that help defray your
(UPI) -Iraqi President Saddam Hussein guage from the others and we hope that our positive college costs and provide you with $100 each academic
said Sunday he was willing to consider Frenchsponsored conclusion in regard to this was correct," Saddam month taxfree.If .
peace plan that calls for the complete said.Saddam you're thinking technology,think Air Force
withdrawal of Iraqi troops from Kuwait and that he referred to his Aug. 12"initiative,"in whichhe ROTC.Call
wants to meet immediately with French officials to said he was willing to withdraw from the oil-rich CAPT BARRY WILLIAMS
discuss points in the plan.In emirate if Israel withdrew from the territories and 392-1355
what may have been a retreat from this former Syria withdrew its troops from Lebanon.
hard-line policy, or a tactical ploy to buy more time, The proposal was rejected outright by Israel, Syria
Saddam called for the opening of a dialogue to replace and the United States.In >
"threats and massive armies." Sunday's statement, Saddam reiterated his call
In a statement carried by the official Iraqi news for the complete withdrawal of Western forces from Leadership Excellence Starts Here
agency INA and monitored in Cairo, Saddam said he the region.
wanted to meet with French officials to consider a But in previous statements, Saddam has said the
plan proposed by President Francois Mitterrand last Iraqi annexation of Kuwait was irrevocable.
Monday during a U.N. General Assembly meeting.The "The president further stressed that among the
plan calls for the unconditional withdrawal of most important things that concerned us, and that
Iraqi troops from Kuwait and the immediate releaseof we were determined on, was that affairs should not
all hostages held in Kuwait and Iraq. return to the situation that preceded Aug. 2 on all -I
The French president differed from U.S. policy by levels INA said.
calling for a simultaneous resolution of the Pales- Before the invasion, Iraq had accused the Kuwaiti
tinian problem and free elections in Kuwait. U.S. government of driving down oil prices by pumpingmore
officials have said Iraq's Aug. 2 invasion of Kuwait oil than its allotment.
and the Israeli 1967 occupation of the West Bank and Analysts say, however, that Saddam will not accept
Gaza strip are unrelated issues. any solution to the crisis in which he will appear to
Mitterand said it was not right that the U.N. be the loser.
Security Council moved so quickly to vote for sanc- "What is important is that a serious dialogue should
tions against Iraq for its Aug. 2 invasion of Kuwait start for exploring a possible and reasonable solu-
while moving slowly on a 20-year-old U.N. resolution tion," Saddam said in a translation of the Arabic by
calling for the withdrawal of Israeli troops from the INA. This solution should be comprehensive so that
occupied territories."We we could enjoy peace, and those concerned in the
must view the speech of the French president, region establish their future on a solid base that would
despite the objections on it, as different in its ]lan not be shaken as a result of circumstantial changes."



INVESTIGATIONfrom plement the 30 already patrollingthe gaining ground. We
southwest Gainesville area. "The investigation is definitely can help with:
1
page Police and UF officials have cau- progressing, but people need to
investigators aren't saying. tioned students and residents to understand it's time consumingand
Police patrols remained doubled maintain the safety precautionsthey we can't put a time table on it,," Stress Management Depression
this weekend and an additional 10 have taken since the investi- he said. "You're dealing with more
Eating Disorders
Florida Highway Patrol trooperswere gation began. than 5,000 leads here and to pro Anxiety
brought in last week to sup- Gerard said the investigation is cess all of them takes time." Drug & Alcohol Relationship

Problems Conflicts
But he would not say whetherthe withhold her identity," Mann said.
SHOOTINGfrom woman is responsible for the He said the student's name will private, caring
page 1 shooting, or if she might have be withheld until all the facts of the
acted in self-defense. Police rou- case are revealed. PSYCHOLOGISTS & PSYCHIATRISTS
gun and a knife were used duringthe tinely withhold the names of rape The police report from the inci-
struggle, but Powell died of a victims and juveniles, but Mann dent also indicates Powell had a
376-8700:
gunshot wound to the head, Mann would not say whether the woman knife wound.

said.The was raped. No charges have been filed,and
woman was treated for cuts "If she's a possible suspect in the evidence from the investigationhas Insurance Accepted
on her hands at Alachua General shooting we wouldn't release her been turned over to the State
Hospital and questioned by police name and if she was the victim ofa Attorney's Office for considerationby Associates for Evaluation & Therapy, P.A.
following the shooting, Mann said. crime we would..have reason to a grand jury, Mann said.



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I Sen inadequate SG parties pick candidates I



for state's poor elderlyBy Students campaign for 40 open Senate seats \


CARRIE SEGAL campaigning is over, Miranda said.
By
CHAD TERHUNE While most home-bound elderlycan Slating, the period when students apply to join a
Alligator Writer
Alligator Writer do basic activities in daily life, political party,ended Friday.Joining the 63 students
researchers found that many Eighty-one students will be running for the 40 who slated with parties last week, 18 students are
Contrary to the popular image ofa needed assistance with transportation open student Senate seats in the upcoming elections running independent.SG's .

large family caring for its old,manyof shopping, cleaning, legal ser and the most competitive areas are expectedbe newest party, the Independent Coalition,
the poor elderly live alone and vices and "navigating through the the dormitories and the 32607 and 32608 ZIP slated 16 candidates. Though the party hasn't

others are care-givers themselves, system." code areas. started campaigning yet, party Chairman Waseem
UF researchers said. "There is an unmet need for extended Student Body President Michael Browne said the Zurub said the campaigning "kickoff will be at 5

"Our research shows a change services for the poor elderly dorms will be a close match, especially in the p,m. today.

from. past studies,"_ UF sociologist ," said Crandall, who cited Rawlings Hall area where five students there appliedto Although the Independent Coalition didn't get 40

Sylvia Lawson said. primary health join the Vision Party for one open seat. students to run for all the seats, Zurub said power
"Now, more of the care, nutritional One of the students fighting for that seat is isn't in numbers,but in the quality of the candidates.

poor elderly are liv- I In counseling and Michael Murphy, who ran unsuccessfully for a "Slating went perfectly Zurub said. "We did not
ing alone or caring 1988, 17.8 daycare as exam- Gainesville City Commission seat last spring. But try to fill a full slate. We were trying to get the most

for grandchildren, percent of the pIes. "Existing ser- Murphy was turned down by Vision and decided to qualified people who showed the most interest and
ailing spouses or el- vices for the elderly run independent of a party in the Oct. those who were genuine in their rea-
derly neighbors," state's populain Florida are over- 10 elections. sons for slating.
"And one in five of burdened and inad- Browne said Murphy is involved in a "We are trying to diversify campaign-
tit older
the poor elderly are on was equate." Student Government cabinet and he f ing as much as possible," Zurub said.

working part-time to than 65 the And the burden wanted to get people who weren't al- \ "We want to have student awareness by
supplement inade- on these services ready involved in SG. *Jl TE giving students promises that will defi-
quate incomes." highest percentwill get worse, ac- Murphy said Sunday he's not upset W\ nitely be fulfilled."

Along with Lee age in the nation. cording to the 1989 that he wasn't chosen to run with Vision WSG FALL ELECTIONS The Vision Party, which swept last
Crandall,a professor Florida Statistical and plans to run as an independent snrini/a elections. slated 3 R out of the
of community health Abstract. In 1988. The leaders of all three parties agreed Sunday possible 40 open"s t.PrtY; Chairwoman-Elisha

in UFs College of Medicine,Lawson 17.8 percent of the state's population that the 32607 and 32608 ZIP code areas also will Cohen said the two seats it didn't slate were married

recently finished an intensive year was older than 65, the highest per be hotly contested.The housing, but that came as no surprise.
long study of the elderly that focused centage in the nation. By 2020, it is
32608 Student Coalition, which only chose "We expected that because there is always a low
on 71 residents older than 65 to be 26.3 in-
projected percent, an
nine students to run for the nine seats in the .
in the predominantly black commu- of 48 open voting turnout (fin married housing), Cohen said.'We're
crease percent.To
32608 area, is campaigning heavily in that area, said
nity of Eatonville, near Orlando. ease this burden, researcherssaid not upset about that, we're upset becausewe
"
Coalition President Nelson Miranda.
didn't fill our slate.
"The problems we saw in Eaton government programs need to
"It's going to be interesting to see what happensin
ville are characteristic of the poor be re-directed toward in-home care. But Vision is happy with the candidates it slated,
that district said Miranda who is for
running
elderly in general Lawson said. Support services could be providedfor she said.
"Because more blacks are poor, the frail, home-bound elderly at one of the nine open seats.
these problems strongly affect older Miranda said his party started campaigning last A mandatory meeting for all candidates running

black people." see Elderly, page 10Willliam Wednesday and it has contacted over 600 people.He with or without a party is scheduled for today at 5
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The prurient police are at it again. 0D

Gainesville, already known as the place where 2 Live
Crew were treated like criminals for talking dirty, has
added another notch in its war on thought.

Police tossed bookstore owner, Bill Hatfield, into jail 0 0 :
Wednesday for peddling depravity and perversity to kids. V

Well, actually, he sold a comic book.

Hatfield, owner of Novel Ideas, was busted for sellingan
"adult comic" to a 14-year-old boy. The book was
found by the boy's mother, who found it objectionableand

called police.So .

in the spirit of State Attorney Len Register, police
sent the son of an officer into the bookstore to see if he

would be sold a copy. After the buy was made, the police
cleaned Hatfield's shelves of the book, titled Score, and
took the confiscated comics and Hatfield downtown.

While everyone can respect the difficult job parents
face trying to shield children from negative and offensive

influences in the media, Hatfield's arrest is ridiculous.And .

scary.
Score is published by DC Comics, the same company WAR mUMS
that puts out Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman.
The book is part of DC's push toward publishing mature

comics, noted for their quality writing, artwork and pro- And speaking of a lack of talent.
duction. But "mature" does not mean "adult." ..

Score, based in Los Angeles of the not-so-distant future, Come forth,ye of little smarts and much too much Mark Wallington
time to kill, and take part in this thing we like to call
is a portrait of a society of the rich and the
very very B
"The Column Full of Sarcastic Stuff That No One
poor. Supported by profits from drugs, pornography, and Remembers by Fifth Hour Anyway..7 ALLS TO THE WALLKudos
prostitution, the wealthy keep the lower class at a dis- Students who remember precious Gator Growl acts
tance, but close enough to be exploited.The like Billy Crystal and Jay Lenodo not fear. Despite to SEC for adding the University of South
main character has evidence linking some rich earlier reports, it has been confirmed that the two"comedians" Carolina last week. Though the league isn't famous
for mascots (four SEC teams either named
spiffy are
hired to this have actually
folks to the crime. To rid of him the bad appear year
street get guys
been on a stage in front of real people before(althoughone the Tigers or the Bulldogs), the country's best nick
pump him full of drugs to erase his memory. was as a stagehand changing scenery in his middle name now makes its home in our conference.
While trying to regain his memory, he encounters the school production of"Evita.") Who needs Robin Wil- Wanted: At least one more geeky college student
gritty, seamy side of LA life. While the serious tone and liams and Bill Cosby anyway? who can't draw very wen to begin another Alligator
adult themes are geared toward older readers, this bookis Since UF obviously loves to name buildings after comic strip either starring a zany animal or can some-
not pornography.You famous alumni, a couple of suggestions: The Vernon how cut 'up the fraternity system on a weekly basis.
Maxwell Infirmary."This is a natural since Vern prob- Only those with a serious misperception of what is
can find racier stuff in an issue of Cosmopolitanand ably sampled every drug in the building's pharmacy funny to the UF student body need apply.
more violence in any Steven Seagal film. While some during his collegiate basketball career.And the Reitz
And speaking of a serious lack of talent, let's get
parents might not want middle-school kids subscribing to Union cafeteria has been searching for a good name back to this column's recurring feature: Discussingthe
it, it's certainly nothing to imprison merchants for. for years.Let's see,"it's a place with a lot of food.How social importance and immense musical influenceof
Hatfield said copies of the book were unwittingly put in about, "Galen Hall? the New Kids on the Block.
value packs bags of books sold at a discount. He said a Speaking former Gator Vernon Maxwell,ifs greatto in a
see a hometown hero from Gainesville make it big Driving South Florida this summer, I spotted
quick phone call from the upset mother would have made in the NBA after beating up lot of people, snorting a car on its way to the Fag Five's Miami concert with
him remove Score from the packs, just in case any other lot of cocaine during the season and pretty much "New Kids or Bust" soaped on its windows (too bad
young readers bought them. selling out his college at the drop of an agent's hat they didn't). Not only did these people seemingly pay
real American tickets but they opened
Hear that noise? No, it's not Bob Martinez money to buy ,
It's ironic Hatfield ran into trouble for Score. His two fallingoff themselves up for sniper attacks, police brutality and
the face of the Earth that in November.
-
stores magazines and comics that comes general abuse from motorists.An this to hear
carry porn some are passing
ICs the sound of the rest of the nation laughing at the
downright sleazy. But they're kept behind the counter or state of Florida, a place with incredible growth and stunning lyrics such as,"Oh-olwh-oh-oh.Oh-oh-oh-oh.
wrapped in plastic to keep curious young eyes out. wealthy residents actually cutting the budgets of its Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh..The right shut"And don't bother to
count the "Ohs" did it for
We don't want anyone to think we're endorsing the state university system while trying to pass them off we you.
sale of these truly pornographic books because we don't. as big time. Of course it's hard to talk about the Coming next time: An NCAA representative explains
near-cancellation of summer school over the noise of "how we arbitrarily crush the lives of thousandsof
sexism and reduce slabs of
They people to meat.
promote construction crews building new multi-million dollar people and how it kind of gets us off."
But we also don't think we have the right to tell people dormitories and plush weight rooms. Mark WaUington is a fifth-year journalism studentat
there are certain books they can't read or certain Columnist's note:Kevin please call Bonnie.Thanks. UF _

thoughts they can't think. In Gainesville, that attitude I 1 LETTERS, TO THE EDITOR I
seems reserved for people with badges. .
replacing their highly-lethal, decrepit these fliers;when was the last time
Why are the poles staple-infested poles. anyone saw a flaming telephone

alligator Editor being replaced? They say the reasons for replac- pole?

Judy'A. Plunkett Editor: It seems that Gainesville ing them have to do with asthetics; Come on GRU, give us the
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Regional Utilities has an abundanceof I would guess that most people scoop.
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier funds. could actually care less if there are At least pulling staples from
fliers on the poles. They also say poles provided a good source of
Their recent"re-planting" of the that the staples are a hazard to community service hours for those
Letters Letters to Policy the editor ihould not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should III West University Avenue light poles servicemen (the last time I looked, O'Dome jumpers.
typed double-spaced and signed They should l Include typed name haves.. and telephone smells awfully fishy.I mean, really, those staples were 20 or so feet .
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. IT you any questions call ulterior motives must be driving below any power fines). And I ask plmM Poppellerssea
the editorial page editor at 3784458
GRU to spend too much money on you about the fire hazards about



MONDAY 1,1990,ALLIGATOR 7


OPINIONS




I Hiding problem will not solve itI High-tech 'toy' by You picking saved it yourselves up in our a office few cents, not \

saves SG moneyEditor the students. .

I am a UF student who is tired of living in fear. COAR and SARS, our only oncampus sexual assault Also, the misuse of our fax machine
I write this letter in
As a freshman, I thought I would be as safe in my prevention and treatment programs! : regardto has been a rare occurrence.
the
"Laurel" Student
dorm as I was growing up in the suburbs.In four yearsat Even when COAR functioned fully and inde- given to Few people know the access codeto

UF, I learned that I am not free to walk around or pendently, it was not permitted to make presentationsto Government on Sept. 21. use it, and the ones who do

dress as I please. In spite of what people say, as a incoming freshman at Preview. If it had, perhaps I have worked in the Student generally check with one of the

woman, I really do have fewer rights than a man. Sonya Larson, Christina Powell, Christa Hoyt, Tracy Government office for almost two staff here before using it.

; Paules,and Manuel Taboada could have been warned. years, and I have seen the childish
Steffani Pfeiffer that both SG and The Alligator In this way, we monitor what
CONSIDER One of the things that made COAR famous was thatit games
of material is being faxed. On
THISAt didn't place the entire burden on the victim. COAR's play when dealing with each type
the rare occasions when it was misused -
programs were equally directed at educating men who other.
the tracked down
first, I wasn't afraid when guys stopped on feel they have a right to demand sex. We've all heard Please get your facts straight be- and informed, culprit of was the problem.

University Avenue to offer me a ride or shout, "Hey lines like, "Admit it, you really want it," and "When a fore printing them (0 I -guess you

baby!" Then one day a guy with a knife got out of a woman says no, she really means yes." never heard that one before.) I have not seen it happen since.

truck and came toward me as I walked home from Some guys don't realize this is coercion.They can't First of all, this "hightechnology" -
I all of this is
school. He grabbed me and pulled me toward his imagine how being raped can change your life forever toy you refer to was purchasedto am but sure it is not news to
to
truck. He drunk and I able to if the don't I'm you, probably news
not
was was get away. even rapists use a weapon. save money.
readers since neglected to inform
About that time,in 1986,we an read about a student saying this program could have reached the guy who The cost of faxing a document them of you some minor details.In .

who was abducted by two men and raped repeatedlyfor murdered five students, but it can educate against anywhere in this state (or countryfor the future, either Dart SG when

four hours in the woods. Her name was not date-rape, the most common form of rape.I that matter) costs the same as you don't like what they do, or give

released. Two weeks later I saw my friend in the wish the administration and Dr.Kellett would stop a telephone call. Many times this them a Laurel when you feel they

grocery store. I knew from the cuts on her face and burying this issue by claiming that SARS and COARare is cheaper, and definitely faster, have done something worth merit,

neck, and from her terrified expression, that she had not really being cut back. Hiding the problem of than the postal service.In but don't do one under the guiseof

been the victim. sexual assault will certainly improve UFs image, but addition, the only cost of faxing another.

One in four UF women can expect to be sexually it won't stop the list of casualties from growing. anything to The Alligator office Linda A. Smart

assaulted in her college years. Knowing this, I am Steffani Pfeiffer is a member of the Students'Solidarity would have been the few penniesfor

shocked that UF has been systematically destroying Against Silence. the paper it printed out on. SQ secretary


If you don't likeit Personal attacks
sir AVJRi Kk.w1ri
don't read it rov616fowt should be avoidedEditor

Editor: It has come to my attention wor ltKrLt4!
One of the first
I that people in the Gainesville com- wEis SFr YOU! : measures
passed by Hitler was to make abortion
munity have been dumping newspapers -
a crime for German women.
distributed on campus. The Ftihrer instituted a policy of
Most recently, the Florida Review
discrimination and murder against
had their publication taken from
Jews, homosexuals, and all othershe
their boxes in huge amounts.These
acts are denying the students of considered less than perfect

this university the opportunity to Judge Robert Bores"thoughtfuland {

read this paper.I witty" remarks, as seen by Arthur

I do not agree with the Florida Newman,do not excuse Bork's

Review on many points, but that is ZoOH! extremist views. Bork's writings f

not the issue. By dumping huge often are not too far removed from

amounts of papers, the students of those of Nazism. Whether or not I
this university are being deprivedof Mr. Newman believes this to be

these publications and the edi- true is, of course,his own business.But .

tors of the publications are being he needs to direct his name-
denied their First Amendment
calling at someone or somethingthat
rights. I condemn any efforts to
truly merits it. In our systemof
censor materials.If free speech,we all have the right

students do not wish to havea to say what we feel. Nevertheless, l

magazine or newspaper in their as a civilized people, we can and
lives, then I offer them one pieceof 1 \ should avoid personal attacks.
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advice: Don't read ilMichael
Peter J. Carter
( rWtK 10
Browne ?
.
UF Student Body President aLS

bias toward their conclusions. I also find it disturbing that a Cynthia Chestnut is the most

America is too, Fourth, as our nation matures and Let people makeup local official admitted to trying qualified representative.She .

taboo subjects are spoken about, we every trick in the legal book to '
about their minds served the Gainesville
uptight sex are discovering that even in the"best"and own close Cafe Risque, despite them on
Commission for than
Editor: After reading Jennifer most"righteous" families, incest Editor Jennifer Walker assertsin violating no ordinances. This is a City three Education more and the

Walker's letter about Cafe Risque I and rape have often occurred. Evenin her letter printed in the Sept. place where adults can choose protection years.of the environment are l

feel someone should point out a few religious orders from Protestant to 26 issue of The Alligator that pornography whether or not to go,and yet some her two top campaign issues.
more facts. Baptist to Catholic, we are hearing leads to rape and violent small-minded people would still

First, rape is not a sexual act It is about child abuse and rape.I crime. Every reputable report I shut it down and remove' our rightto It's very important for students

an act of anger, dominance, and vio- don't claim to have the all-in-one have read on the topic is quick to choose. who live in this district to vote

lence. Look at the uproar to the Fort answer, but here is something to point out that no clear-cut scien- Chas Summers because this seat fights for UF

Lauderdale trial when a judge said think about: Maybe it's America's tific evidence supports such a re- 4JM funding and must be responsibleto

the victim asked to be raped by her attempt to make sex and the human lationship. the students each time the Leg-

method of dressing. Many women's body evil which makes pornographyand Minds sick enough to commit Cynthia Chestnutfor islature brings up tuition in-

,groups pointed out that rape is a crime nude dance clubs so popular.I horrible crimes like rape and murder Florida HouseEditor creases.

of hate and anger toward women. I recently visited a topless beachin could be pushed over the proverbial Students who don't vote will be

Second, there has been no evidence the Caribbean. It was easy to tell edge by anything, let alone : Oct 4 is an important day sending a message to whoever is
that the tragic deaths containedany the Europeans from the Americans.The graphic sexual images.I for Democrats who live in Florida elected.

indication of rape. The fact that Americans were the ones uptight House District 23.
Ms.Walker ties the murders into her with seeing a woman's chest; the I find it interesting that radical That message will be that stu-
District 23 includes i the UF
fear of the human body is just another Europeans were the ones amused by right-wing censorship fanatics cam- dents don't care what happens in
find themselves working withwomen's the area east of 13th Street
disservice to the lives of those lost the Americans' reactions.I pus the Legislature, and therefore
on this issue, and part of Putnam County.
groups
Third, many scientists are questioning I can only hope that our nation can love politicians can put student issues
when the former would to
the improperly-run studies grow out of its adolescent behavior This run-off election will determine aside.

concerning the connection betweensex about sex and learn to act like adults. strip the latter bodies.to rights governingtheir which Democratic candidatewill Michael. Murphy
own
and pornography. Many studies Dan Williams face Republican Sinclair Eatonin

have been shown to have a built-in Gainesville- Strange bedfellows, indeed. the Nov. 6 general election. 2UFMORE


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Mind best self-defense against attack NORMALfrom page 1


wanted to help people get Many of Morris' audience ad- one in three women and one in gers too."
their self-confidence," Mor- mitted they would never have six men will be a victim of assault. Gerard said he hoped the recent 30
said. "Everyone in the com- gone to a self-defense seminar if He said a woman can lessen her percent increase in Florida Highway Patrol -
has been violated." Sonja Larson, Christina P. Pow chances of being attacked by troopers in the area would remind
said the best defense is ell, Christa Leigh Hoyt, Manuel walking confidently with her people the case is not closed.
and that he didn't Taboada and Tracy Paules had shoulders back,chin up and eyes But the presence may give students a
to build false confidence in not been found murdered this forward. false sense of security, he said. That,

ability said he to fight believes back.in the "Ai- semester.UF freshman Agnes Garcia Making a plan of what to self-de-do if coupled fidence,with may weapon-inspired make things even over-worse.con
philosophy,"which says you said she went to learn how to attacked is an important
not fight force with force protect herself. fense technique, Morris said. "I'm scared as hell," Gerard said
rather divert it until itlessens. Her only protection before the "Gainesville is probably the heavies
fears."I' not advocating fighting, seminar was a pocket knife, she "It's the little things that count. armed city in America. Officers are con
if you're going to fight back, said. It's the little things that let you cerned." responding to just an ordinarycall.
have to learn how," he said. Jose Carrasco, a UF grad stu- get away."
said the most important dent, said he still worries for his Liberal arts junior Kelly Campbell was
to do when attacked are to safety even though he knows Tae one of those armed people for about a
keep your eyes open and Kwon Do."Everyone. The little things may include week.
properly. should be worried,"" distracting an attacker by pokinghis Campbell said she had borrowed
able to think clearly and Carrasco said. "Just because eyes or kicking him. Keeping shotgun from a friend until she accidentally a.
situation is much black belt doesn't is equally impor-
a you're a mean your eyes open
cocked it and frantically called him
,
important than being phys- you're Superman." tant because it will help a victim
not knowing how to uncock the
stronger than your at- Self-defense is important for think logically and identify his or gun.
he said. everyone, Morris said, because her attacker, Morris said. "We don't sleep with a gun anymore

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Aljteru Amiffua. Barinida ArgentinaAuanalia "' SUITSfrom
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, Dominican Republic' Ecuador Egypt El Salvador. said. 1
Fin Finland Pram Gambia. ban Germany. Wen to the elimination of little sister programs, Taylor
! Germany a.Greece..a Grenada.. .Guatemala. Honduras. which he said sometimes created sexual
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ELDERLYfrom said. For other elderly, government tance and services beyond Social Researchers said advances in
In England, elderly often live in regulations disqualify them from Security," Crandall said. medical technology also will fur
page 5 the same home to reduce individial assistance, Crandall said. Lawson also found some less ther strain the elderly care system
costs, she said. Some Eatonville residents who successful children seek money or
a lower cost to society since these In addition to expanding ser- have inherited modest homes must childcare services instead of caringfor "The issue of care-giving will
services are cheaper than the vices, government agencies and work because home ownership their aging parents. become more and more critical as
$20,000 or more than the nursing community organizaions must In- makes them ineligible for Social Some elderly even became secondary humans live longer with chronic,
home price tag, researchers said. crease awareness about existing Security. victims of drug abuse by disabling medical conditions,"
"Government-provided companIons services, Lawson said. "There is a whole class of poor having to mortgage their homes or Crandall said. "Chronic disease
would be an inexpensive alter- "Many elderly simply don't elderly who don't have housing work to support their chidren or among the.poor elderly can leadto
native to nursing homes," Lawson know help is out there," she said. problems, but who still need assis- grandchildren's habits, she said. chronic costs for society."
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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. FOR RENT: UNFURN. .:

SPACIOUSONE 3 males need a roommate for one bdr In a I
I Classifications o How to place a 1 FURNISHEDWalk BEDROOM APT. 4bdr/2ba house. Need bdr furniture.

'y:'" :<:'" '. :.,,;'" classified ad: ONLY $273MO.LYONS $156/mo 1/4 utilities. Call 375.2321,
: to UF, corner room w/ sink ch/ac/ APT 10-10-10-2
;;. 1 For Rent Furnished share kit & bath*. $175/mo. Incl. util 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797
In Person: wash/dry/ prefer male students. 378-8122 12-14-76-2 2 WEEKS FREE
2 For Rent' Unfurnished
.. Cash check MC or VISA. or 3766652. 10.2.10.1 Villager West, central air, quiet

3 Mobile Homes 1 bed. apt for sublease, furn or unfurn, eol-de-sac Take NW 9th Street
The Alligator Office Housing Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop WILLIAMSBURG VILLAGE 376.1253, from 16th Ave. 371-7777
For Rent/Sale/ 1105 I W. University Ave. all utll! paid Inc. ac. 10 meals weekly 10-12-192
M.F Bam. 4 pm parking, laundry $210 per mo., C.L.O 1 Blk to Campus large private rooms,
/
4 Sublease House/Apt.. Main BookstoreHub 117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 1214621Sublease **Apartment near Shands recently renovated locked mail boxes cable available, all util -

5 Roommates Customer Service Desk 2 bedroom, private backyard 1st paid, 1/2 mo free rent Call 3763291.
Oakbrook Walk 1bdr of 2bdr
10-12-10-2
month Call 336-4575
6 For Sale..*,*,::: : M F 8 am A.30 pm apt.. 3rd floor, wash/dry $380/mo, must or 372-2959.+ damage 10-2-11-2 deposit.
: be male, call Jeff 335-2803. 10.8-10.1 Very Large 9 Rd House 1 Blk to UF In SW
Reitz Union Cashier's Office
7 Real Estate ,\;;;
; sorority area,Great for small Frat or other
for
M-F 9 am 9 Duplex apt. rent 1 br Ir kit, bath ac/heat/
': pm Room for rent, good for f student or retiree Avail end of Oct call 376-3291. 10-
orgn
8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed 3blks from UF, Iblk off Univ. Ave. $250
;' ; country area btwn Alach & HS 7 min monthly plus security. A frame also, call 1210.2
9 ;:' Autos > :' Medical Bookstore, Shands to 1-75, $175/iome utll! kit & ph.use call 3381839. 10-5-13-2
M.F,8am4.30pmBy eve 9pm Sat Sun 462-1667. 10.2.4.1 Oak Forest- spacious 1 bdr /1 ba. First
.10' Wanted :.' :.:.:\; 2 bedrm Apt., enclosed porch,new carpet & last month's rent FREE! Pool tennis

11-. '. Services ': Mail: I FOR RENT: d-w,fans- $375:1: bedrm Apt. walkm 1 kin volleyball & basketball courts, sauna,
Use forms appearing weeklyin closet fans-$275;; Both w/ central H/A; laundry on premises. Security & pet deposit
'12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk water Included SW VILLAS- 3730701. paldl $385/mo. Sublet til May.
'13 Help Wanted mail MC. VISA or checks only. 10-5-11-2 392-6493 day or 335-6270 eve. 10-5-5-2

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280, COUNTRY LIVING-near 34 St Plaza. 2BR 2 WEEKS FREE
2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. Studio $219 1222 NW 8th Ave
VISA Mastercard duplex quiet wooded area, cent air, pets
: Payment by or
15 Personals: ::-- Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. ok $285MILL Walk to UF College Park Properties
ONLY Five dollar
minimUm Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- 3717777. 10-31-23-2
16 Connections M.F8.30.4pm.
78.2 RUN-Spaclous Townhouse 2BR
17 Jl 2.5BA pool, cent air, fans deck, new GATOR COUNTRY 2BR duplex, AC. lotsa
Notices: ,.... Q How to correct or Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet paint near Mall and UF $450 woods for the pooch, near shopping for
.'18 Rides:" washer/dryer available In most units for the student. Only $275 372.3060
cancel ad $20 mo Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 1 & 2 Bath KEY MANAGEMENT 10-7-5-2
your : SOUTHFORK OAKS-2BR 2.5BA Town
19 Pets $2SO-$375, lie & Imr. 372.8422. 12-14-
house dishwasher, pool, hookups, Inc.
76.2 SECURITY SYSTEM In this 2BR duplexoff
20 ) ..t.ost&Found Cancellations: some utilities $450TOWNHOUSE 20 Ave Fenced yard, large pantry,
.
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Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri 8.4 pm. INCREDIBLE cent. air, pets o.k. $325
off of 20 Ave. 2BR 1.5BA
No refunds be
can given. Efficiency Apt. KEY MANAGEMENT 10-7-5-2
Starting at $185 Cent air, dishwasher hook-ups $325

I D When will your ad run? Alligator errors: Starling at $235 2 BadroomMEADOWCREST LUXURY CONDO In SW 2BR. 2 1/2 BA. .
Check your ad the FIRST day it\ runs. pool, hook-ups cent. air. ceiling fans
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before 110 NW 39th Ave KEY MANAGEMENT close to campus. 372-3062
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 378-3988 372-3060 KEY MANAGEMENT 10-7-5-2
Classifieds will TWO j
begin RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY 375-3861 10-1-5-2
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor- (

Ads mailed in or placed at the rected ads will be extended one day. "Check Our New Specials" 2 br/1 1/2/ ba townhouse, walk to UF, MOBILE HOMES:
All Amenities Available wash/dry/ pets OK, Oct. free, $450/mo. +
No refunds or credits can be given after
Union or Shands may take FURNISHED UNFURNISHED security 336-4068. 10-5-8-2 3 FOR RENT/SALE
placing the ad Changes called in after- f
THREE days to apPear.. Ads. the first day will not be compensated. Roommates Available
for of time We're No. 1 Available 2 br near UF Best rental value. Mobile homes or lots. I
may run any length Customer error or changes: REGENCY OAKS Cent. a&h, water sewer paid $260/mo Will take long-term travel trailers. Some (
and be cancelled at any time. Corrections must be made In at 378-5766 1605 SW 42nd St good mob. homes for sale. Pool quiet.
person
3230 SW Archer Road Call 1.486-4047 after Farms Mobile Home Park.378-
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON. OOom: Arredondo
COUNTRY GARDENS
12-14-63-3
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction I... 373-4500 Avail now, reduced rent, apt. p-10, 2 bdr/ 9291

2001 SW 16th Street 1 ba, 378.9668. 10-4-5-2
SUBLEASE:



r--------------!! 4 HOUSE/APT. )
GATOR LIFELINEToday's
Studio For Rent 245 a month + utll and

PANASONIC 1124................................/........ $329.0 II one week free rentl Just 4 blocks north ,
Call 10-4-10-4
I Of UF 378-1675.
PANASONIC 1180....................... .................. $189.AMIGA .

blood needs at the ATARI I, COMMODORE & .I IBM COMPATIBLES II side.Sublease-very 1 bdr$285/water/close Included.to campus.Call N.W.334-

Clvitan Regional Blood Center: HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, ACCESSORIES & BOOKS II 7425. 10.1.5.4

| the Computer Connection\ 1 bdr/1 ba apt,safe area,close to campus
,
Type Need Type Need ? '1I01I $245mo., Sept. free, call 335-3864 after ,

602 NW 75th Street, Suit C AUTHORIZED 1pm. 10.1.5.4SubleaseWalk

0+ U. 0- U Gainesville FL 32607 COMMODORE I to Campus Clean fur 1!l

A+ A A- U ( ) nished studio, next to pool & laundry.
LmMMMM..rtM..MM..MM1NEw $250/month. Sept. Free. 371-0382/leave \
B+ U B- A message. 10-1-5-4 4

AB A ABA A
+ Sublet nice one bdrm apt thru 6/30 or
8/15. $250/mo No security one full
=Adequate U = Urgent month's rent paid. Cats allowed 335-
ACUVUE4DISPOSABLE H' 5761. 10.2.5.4

Bloodmobile Locations: _
Tired of your roommt or looking for a new
MonOct.1GPA GREEK DRIVE CONTACTS place? 1 br turn apt.w/in biking dist of UF,
$280mo. + util-no dep. Call Drew 376-
9:00: am-2:00 pm JW Beta Union 1248. 10-3-5-4

.'Tue-Oct-2 9:00: am-2:00: pm $
Matharfy Hal 3.25Lens 1 bedroom studio apt. Nice, close to cam
Thin Ocl4 No Next month's
.9:00: -2.00pm pus. security depositl
'. .Utile Hall rent FREE! $295/mo. Call Tracy 378-
WedPel 9:00: Ml*2:00: pm 2651. 10-5-7-4
the HUB Matherfy Hal
.9:00 am 2:00: pm 9:00: am-2::00?pm $85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam 1 bedroom/1/ bath unfurnished apt in
Country Village; available Immediately.Call .
Check the fraternity and sorority areas and Norman Field every night ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL 373-2700 day time 373-3448 eve

.,this week from 4:00pm-9:30pm: : : lor other Bloodmobile locations. nings. 10-4-5-4 .,
'. ; Millhopper Optical
CO GATORS GIVE THE GIFT Sublease 1 bdr furn. walk to UF. Laundry
pool, parking. Colonial Manor Apt.
OF LIFE Call 334-5549 or 373-4967$285/mo./ 10- .


Clvitan Regional Blood Center 2521 N.W. 41st Ste 376-8000 Classifieds. ,

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12,ALLIGATOR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 1,1990
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SUBLEASE HSE/APT ROOMMATES ROOMMATES FOR SALE FOR SALE


2 bdr / 1 1/2 bath 822 NW 39th Ave BRANDYWINE N/S Fem needed to share MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1148 RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants
BRANDYWINE 1/2 mile UF International
$300/mo. Call 3734924. 10-5-6-4 room, l60/mon + 1/3 util, fully/nicely furnished Editor's choice Hewlett Packard for your dorm or apartment. We
Student needs American roommate
ns m
many xtras-call nowl 3730024. Northgate M/C Prices lower than deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave.
Apt at Mt. Vernon, close to UF. VA ft 10-4-6-5 SepDec 2 bed/1 ba $175/mo for own mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, 3775265. 6 blocks E. Of campus. 10-16-
room + 1/2 bills. Jacuzzi, sauna, pool
Shands, one large bdr, $375/mo/ un- 40mb ((28ms) Harddlsk, graphics monitor. 21-6
3714668. 10-1-1-5
furn/$400/mo./ / turn, 3775385. 10-5-6-4 N/S/ studious F needed to share 2 bdrm MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1088,
2.5 bath townhouse. $219/mo/ 1/2 util. serious Northgate 386/20- $2499. Leading edge 1973 Eagle but serial t8997 Entertainer
A male student for large 7 bedroom
5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE leave message at 3320743. 1035.5 laptop w/40 MB hd A battery- $1995. 1 18 conv.r lon. No better to entertain at thegames.
.
upstairs apt. 160mo. + 1/7 ulll.d.po.lt +
2 year warranties. Onsite warranties.Panasonic Must see. Call Ben Reed 1-800-
lease. No 1616 NW 3rd
VILLAGE Roommate wanted to live In spacious + pets. 1180 printer$185.. HP LaserJet 3566610. 10-3-10-6
Ave. 4959024. 10-12-10-5
Roommates available 4bdr/2ba house 1 mile from UF.Washerdryer lip- $g87. 3743 W. University' Ave
/ ft amenities. $190/mo + 1/4/ 12-14-52-6 Marshall amp 100W head + 4-12" speakercabinet
Reserve your room for (fall. *LIBERAL* m/f roommate wanted to
utilities. Call 335-0610 ask for Ken. 10-3- Great sound $700 call Bill 378-
Bus service to UF and SFCC 5.5 share 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2/ Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar 8197 leave 3785138. 10-2-5-6
Furn or unlurn. $175-$250 per mile to UF, $150/mo + 1/2/ util. 372- Detectors, Infinity, Saneul, Sony, or msssg

roommate/month/ MZ Prop Mgmt.Inc. Roommate-Female' needed to share 5590. 10.19.15.5 Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. AUDIO / VIDEO Need an electronicsItem

10-19-24-5 Realtor 3750207. 2br/lba duplex near campus. Lease $145, Female nil roommate needed. $185/mo/ We Beat All Prices 3733754. 12-14-76-' ? We'll get It for you. Best prices.We .
w/o ,lease $180. $100 deposit. Call Lisa 6 deal direct. No middle man. Can
+ 1/2 utilities. Call 3748434. Leas
335-9622 or 3787484. 10-8-8-5 save $$$ Call Kevin 335-5681' 10-2-
N/S F to rent own rm/bth In 2 story apt at now through December. 10-5-5-5 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering:: 5-6 you
Greenwich Green. $233 mo. + 1/3/ utili- Harman Kardon Autotek JBL Toshiba,
,
N/S/ M/F master bed. In 2bdr 2.5 ba NW.Pooltennislake .
tI... Call 3353110. 10-15-20-5 SAVE $$ Female ns fun, mature rmmtwnted.
Crunch, Halter MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125
wash/dryer, must be so
moving sale: Contemporary, queen ..Iz.wallrb.d .
Share
br in safe 2 br/ 2 bath furn.
NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6
cial/clean. $300 + 1/2 util 376-8010/
black headboard & match-
vinyl
F roommate, safe & secure beautiful apt. ,1 mi to campus! $112 + 1/4/ util.
condo In NW area Close to UF & SFCC. Scooter. 10-3-5-5 336-4103. 10-4-4-5 Ing siderails perfect condition $200,
$250 pays all, $150 security dep. Call DISCOUNT HI-FI matching black dresser 6 drawer & mirror
Female' needed for 2 bdr/2ba
apt $150, 19-ln color TV $80- call 375-
376-5297 or 8139561559. 10-2-10-5 6 FOR SALE 722 S. Main 0 The Red Bldg.
$200/mo + 1/2/ utilities, washer/dryer. Call 3604. 10-2-5-6
3325918. 10-3-5-5 WE ARE CHEAPER
Wanted: N/S M to share room In 3bdr3baIn Megan
ROCKWOOD 145/mo/ + 1/5 utilities. TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk 12-14-78-6 King size, black,waveless waterbed, orIgInally
Call 3356242. 10510.5 F NS rmt for 2 bdr apt. $187.50 mth. drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters. $600, now $300 obo, owned for 3
Your own room. Move In available now. Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 days. 3354544. 10-5-8-6
Walking distance to campus. Call 371- yrs. Perfect for small typesetting Jobs. 2400 BD MODEM $98
F n/s for own room In 3bd/2ba safe, large
apt. $150mo+1/3util. Can't mind large, 0616 Rhonda. 10-4-5-5 Good machine for small type shop. System WORD PERFECT $135 30 gallon hex fish tank, hood, light, gravel'
well-trained dog. 373-7291 Iv. m.... 10- Includes 3 rolls B In. RC film A 8 font $110. 19" color TV $60. Chris 373.7371
1-5-5 Female nil/ needed for own bdr/ba In a disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at CALL ELITE 335-1300. 10-1-3-6
brand new mobile home. Washer/dryer, 373.9926 for more Info. 11-1-33-6
F roommate In nice condo near Oaks pets negotiable (must like dogs) $175/mo./ C64 w/printer, monitor, and 300+ pro
Mall, must like pets. Call 335.1934 leave + 1/2 util. Call Kathy 375-8489.10-4-5- Alpine' Kenwood, Sony and 30 more grams, modem + ace. $400. Stereo and
message $235/mo + 1/3/ util. furnished, 5 brands are all at our New Locatlonl Car *PRODIGYa spkrs-trntbl, cass, equal $200. Twin bed-
wash/dry./ 10.9.10.5 Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St. 372- brand new. 3788729. 10-1-3-6
1 rm avail NW area walk or bike to UF M 2070. 12-14-76-8 Inter+ctne Read Servile

Townhouse Rockwood Villa 3 br 3ba responsible/ student a/c/heat/wash/dry Moped, Jawa 87, perfect condition only
1500 ft furnished Own room nice 190/mo/ + util 377-1831 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control Available at ELITE today. 3351300. $200. Plus, Trek 12 speed touring bike for
sq prestigious arearoommates
Lang Iv msg. 10-3-4-5 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will just $175. Included are specialized bike
ok or family short or long term 10-12-10-6
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv, m..- Shoes 3353666. 10-3-5-6
675 + fees 3714123. 10-1-4-5
M/F/ roommate needed for 2bdr/2ba mobile sage. 10.19.38.6 .
home In SW Archer area 1 1/2 ml
F/M/ needed for bdr/ba In
rmmt. own / new
FUTONS & FRAMES
from UF $200/mo/ + 1/2/ ut. 376-4808,
3bdr/3ba In
apt the LAURELS $235/mo DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
3732581. 10-3-4-5 Many styles ft models from only $200Ilt.Cov.r. / .
+ 1/4 utll., call 3361063. 10-2-5-5
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also. Call M.1I377.2110. 10-5-
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SALE FOR SALE MOTORCYCLESSCOOTER AUTOS SERVICES


LOVESEAT brown, in the shape of a half 1984 Honda Aero 80, runt
Movlng-3pc maple bdrm let $595 86/84, Plymouth Reliant, Toyota R5, A
circle, (olds out to Ig queen bed. $800 dropleaf desk maple $175. wooden great, good condition, 40 mph, helmet, 90, 35k/82kac and lots more, asking GATOR MOVING *
new, mutt sell $200 obo. Call Jay 332. kitchen set w/4/ chain $75. sleep' sofa asking $400, call Doug 335-5383 after 3 $3500/$3750 neg. Call after 6pm 378- Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1
6396. 10-3-5-6 $100. ret. antique cedar chest $200 378- pm. 10.5.5.8 9620. 10-3-5-9 Item/Hie Full. Days/Eves, Long dit
5474. 10-1-2-6 Llc/lni. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76-11
COUCH great shape, fold out to bed with 86 AUDI 5000CS Turbo, silver, loaded
thick maltreat, rattan sides with plllowt, BICYCLE Brand new, 50 miles, racing 9 AUTOSORANGE sunroof, am/fm stereo cassette, 10 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons -
nice. 336-S871 please Iv menage $175 bike, alum frame, Schim. 105 comp., speakers. Excellent condition $9750 negotiable boarding woodier facilities *
neg. 10.1.3.6WATERBED computer, gel teat, much more Mutt tell AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 332-1677 10.4.5.9 hay rides parties sales A working
$500 Obo 3358423. 10-4-5-6 RATES, low payments, fut drive- students accepted. 466-3224, 375.8080.
for tale ** queen size with thru service, te habla Esptnol 377.2277 86 Suzuki Samurai JX, A/C Pioneer stereo 12-14-76-11
heater and pedestal ** asking only $125. Head tennis raquet tale Graphlt Pro. $65 377-CARS. WE CARE. 10-4-10-9 many extras, great condition, 47k
Alto need 4 Growl coupont. Call How Comp Pro. $80 Magnum Pro. $50 thermo miles, $4500. Jeff 3326150. 1033.9 *SUNBELT MOVING*
336-9755. 10-3-56 cover & strings included call 3782348. DEPENDABLE HONDA Civic for only
10-4-4-6 $1000. 1983 a/c. 4tpd, runt well. Must 1985 HONDA CRX ti, A/C. AM/FM stereo, Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies.
IBM PC 5150 40MB harddrlve. 5.25 drive tell; It't a good deal. Kevin 335-7986 power sunroof, 5 tpd? Low miles, asking 1. ItemHouse full. Local/Ing ditt.
with keyboard, monitor, and word pfct 5.0 Selling office desk w/ swivel chair and mtg. 10-5-10-9 $5000 Call 472-6578 after 8:00: pm. 10- Llc/lni. Priced for Studenttl Marty 375-
package $400. Call 375-6885 leave mettape. queen-size waterbed w/ heater. $75 for 5-5-9 MOVE. 12.14-78.11
10-1-36 each. Call Rutty 375-4578 after 5 pm. 1989 Honda Prelude ac pi pb Stpd power
window crulte, sunroof, stereo castette. 86 FORD MUSTANG, red excellent AAA STORAGE
CHEAP GOLD, TV'S VCR'S MICRO. Punch 150 amp Hi tonic 120 amp 12'VC 13k-milei. $13950, call Bobby at 336- condition, AC, power locks steering, Close to UF, Convenient
WAVES STEREOS. B&W GOLD & PAWN tuba custom closer Fix mustang Hero 18 6389 Ive menage. 10-8-10-9 brakes, low milage call Tara 3762567. 4x4x4 $15/mo
1802B NE WALDO 3774258. 10-3-5-6 speed mountain bike. Need to tell FASTI 10-3-3-9 4x8x8 $30/mo
prices Obo 376-9650. 10-5-56 81 Nissan Maxima 4dr ae, power win 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.1771
Stereo-Onkyo receiver Denon cd player dows, sunroof, Immac. engine, fuel-In Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew 12-14-76-11
Numark amplifier, Boston Acoustics, Flthert. 8 jected V6 performance. $2000 OBO clutch, tires, starter battery. 84k
MOTORCYCLESMOPED
A mutt hear. $725 obo. Contact 375-7538 after 5. 10-1-5-9 miles only $1600 or best offer call 334- *FREE
Aaron 3359311. 10-2-46 5290 anytime. 1055.9 Pregnancy Test
REPAIR Ford Fairmont 79, 76k, automatic white Gainesville Women'i
Safari Audio wins more trophies at IASCA Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery color, red Inside, a/c, itereo, $1200, call Subaru XT Turbo 85 with a Target top and HEALTH CENTER
events than all other stores In Gainesville available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, 334-5868 after' 3 pm. 1025.9 digital display runs excellent needs little 720 NW 23rd Avenue
combined. 4110 SW 34 St. .3. 336- across from Alley Katz 338.3825. 10-31- body work 2500 OBO need to tell 338- 377.5055
1128. 10-3-6-6 Cheap 1980 Ford Fairmont. Runt good, 7062. 10.3.3.9 ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
1973 BMW R75/5, American style, no fair- many new parti. Have all paperwork. BIRTH CONTROL
2 Jbl speakers Nad itereo receiver Philip Ing, good cond, charcoal grey, $900. 373. $700 obo. Call Joe or Laura 335-1419 or Gynecology Services
turntable Nakamlchl cassette deck for 0307 evet. after 6. 10-1-5.8 Iva mlg. 10-2-5.9 10 WANTEDLocal 12-14-75-11
$750 Mountain bike 18 speed for $300 All
prices Negotiable call 336-6576. 10-4-5- 81' Jawla moped. good condition, low 1980 HONDA ACCORD 4dr new paint, Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class $COLLEGE MONEY Private scholarihiptl .
miles. $275 neg. wUlock.. Call 377- tires, and tinting. Needs engine work. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie't Fine College Scholarship Locator pob
CRUISER BIKE New .bl.ck. batle. 8728. 1025.8 Call Brian 335-9642. Leave Menage. Jewelry 373-9243 12-14-76-10 1881 Joplin MO 64802-1881. 800-879-
Also U-lock and car rack $140. Call 338- 10259BMW325e. 7485. 12-14-75-11
1982. 10-2-3-6 1984 Honda Nighthawk S 700cc exc.
ONE LSU TICKET NEEDEDCALLDOUG
Condition custom silver paint, 2 new tires 1987 Must tell. Excellent Hunter Showbarn now accepting students-
53cm Cannondale Shlmano comp. $550 w/ Shoel helmet. $1500 call David 373- cond. black leather Int. sunroof, built In 3368239. Past UF equestrian coach, Boarding,
obo, Pitcher 5 disc cd player $300 obo, 5112. 10-2.5.8 radar del. $15900/080. Call 335-6345. 10.1.3-10 working students accepted. Farrell Farms
JVC car cd player $425. 336-7654 after LEAVE MESSAGE. 10-2-5-9 472-3142" 10-9-30-11
300.: 10-3-4-6 1985 Yamaha RZ-350 Exc cond. Racingkit 4 AUBURN TIX WANTEDcall
Inc exhautt. Very fattl Last of 2- Dattun F10 78-$400 OBO. MUST SELL. BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI I CS
SR Black lightening Cannondale, stroke ttreet. Yellow/ blk $1350. Ray 14737768. 10-4-5-10
500 Call for details 335-3898. 10-2-4-9 Military tear gas & personal protection
$500 Obo, 335-3104. 10-4-5-6 335-9312 m... 10-11-10-8
Info. Keychaln unit or home canister
HELPII Need 4 tlx for LSU game, pay top
$$$1! Call Oscar 372-5992.. 1045.10 $17.95 each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok,
Fine Line Ray Boehmer Vita/MC phone orders) Sent Immediatelyl I
Sallie Cain Action Seminars, 6141
Desperately need tix for LSU game, call
392-1608 335-3580 Ask Parklorett, Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call
(Day) or (Night),
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BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS l.ct5.1 software & HP III laser printer-Call Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pair
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1233 NW 10lh Ave. TYPINGFast, dependable, n.xtto campus A national full service brokerage firm la Double DiscountSave
372-1664 Word Perfect, light editing, FAST service looking for hard.working motivated people
MC/VISA/lnsurance $1.40/pg.. call anytime 3731812. to work In their Palm Beach Gardens
Free Pregnancy Teat, 10-2-5-12 office. Call Mr. Defter 1.800-821.9494.
Member 8-27-1-13 Save u $160

National Abortion Federation 13 HELP WANTED
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CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The Photo needs responsible part-time 4
Biology and Zoology tutoring, 6 yrs experience photographers. Must own 33-mm camera
$10/hr.. Renee at 4622816. 10- Independent Florida Alligator. Must own car, can work weekends. Startingnow.
5.5.1 reliable van or pick-up truck and be available
Call 373-6001. 10-3-5-13
from 5 '.m. until II ..m. Monday
through Friday. Must have excellent driving
**CAR DETAILERS** HEARING / VISION STUDY. Need people
record and valid Florida driver li
Total care; Handwash, Handwax, Armorall with normal hearing and vision. Work
cense. Pay per route plus mileage.
tires/dash, Vacuuml! M.nllon.d 4 Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West 5-10 hrs at, $3.80/hr plus bonus. Please
ipectac price, find best price- Then Call University Avenue. Ask for the route call 392-6214 M-F between 10 am- noon

3736959. 1055.11 driver application. No calls, please. Affirmative only. 10-2-3-13

Action/Equal/ Opportunity Employer.
ATTENTION all !
VIDEO LINKWestgate campus organizations
Regency Plaza Need $$$? Participate In a simple 1 week

110 SW 341h St. 338-1000 AVON 3758967 on-campus marketing project. Call Jill at

Movies, VCR's, Nintendo games lor rent, Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. 336-8372. 10-1-1-13
Beta tapes for rent or sale. Benefits Insurance. 12-14-76-13
$1.00 off any rentalwith this ad Need German Tutor. 3-4 hrs. weekly

Limit 1 ad per person p.rday. 10-5-5-11 Phone work, p.rt.llm.lI.xlbl. eveA Must Have transportation. Prefer female.
survey Call 3778254. 10.5.5.13 up to S80 on your ring & receive "Matching Value" store certificate,
wkd hrs, guar $4.25/hr + bonuses. Callor
PROTECT YOURSELF! Various STUN stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave You won'tl i find a better deal thus fall,You In>your bookstore See)your AnCan'tli
GUNS avail. For FREE Into., send sell 3724026. 10.10.18.13 Paying $10 to qualified 18 + aged volunteers will not only) save. up to IHO you will rerepresentative! ,on (he double for all the
to In 1 hour In
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addressed stamped envel. to: Box 3901 ceive free savings match"gift certificate/ choices and an offer that gives)you twice
Gardena saliva research study. Must' be taking
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Problems' Math? Then call Greg at 377- week for your blood plasma donation depression. Call 392-8796. 10-5-5-13

8308. Professional Tutoring offered at with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZED r
$12. Childcare needed for 6 + 0 year old Thurs IIRTCI1
only per hour. 10-2-15-11 system allows to donate In 1/2 the
you day afternoons.' 2.5:30: pm. Call 376-
time! Study while you donate or watch 3495. 10-2-2-13
Personal Protection .
tear gas, pocket videos. Free Parking. Gainesville Donor
sized, $13.95. Great LCM .
gift 2841 A Forest
Center. Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378- ATTENTION perfect for students M-F
Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach
10.31.26.11 Fl. 33406. 9431 M-Th 8.7FrI8.5 Sat 82. 12146713 5:30.11:30: : pm phone sales, hourly wages A RVJEED I

plus bonus Friendly atmosphere. After
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tions. Don't limit yourself those few Market Researchtelephone Interviewers
12 SERVICES companies that recruit on campus Jumpstart $5/hr 5.30-9: pm M-F Temp., flexible Dale. Turn' Drjmil" .. Required'
your job hunt. Contact College recruiters schedule. Perceptive Market Research Payment Plan.Amiable" tt :3C

today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W. 336-6760. 9-27-2-13
Typing reports business legal *
resumes cassettes transcribed applications Palm Ave. Placenpla, Ca. 92670. 11.21-
letters notary *81C. Available 50.13 \ I l 1 Tam/ lO"2hr.
24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 12-14-76-12 Veal h
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MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0339. Full & in new drug study for the treatment ONe I fa I Ile 614.. ..
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MAKE-UP ARTISTS WANTED for 10th \. 'i
$2.50/hr 15page. Laser typeset, graphics At"\ 4 jtre""
spell check theses papers Annual Gallery of Horror, Oct. 12-31 aOetYi .J'Y moN//!
special characters employment Oaks Mall. Call 378-0041 or 374-4334 for V. C.IIY It ; / h.f r
databases mallmerge training. WordPerfect application. 10-3-15-13 1o" )

specialist. VIsa/MC. 12145212TypingWord WOW has changed my llfel My energy '- \ WD fr .

level* has never been so highly sustained vl ;
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HELP WANTEDOFFICE 15 PERSONALS PERSONALS PERSONALS 17 NOTICES .


WORK: Part time. Will train. Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gstor Great ***GET GRIP*** Sportswear 25% off; tee shirts 30% off; BRIDGE PLAYERS Join our club for a
Mature person wanted. Prefer GVL resl- prlces-reg or rx .ungl...... The Optical Call ACTS 376-7105 aerobic wear 50% off; shoes 20-50% off; congenial game of duplicate bridge at the
dent, UF freshman or soph. Good phone Laboratory 3785563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 The Spirit-filled rtquetball frames 30% off... EZ Tennlsll Westside, Civic Center on Monday nightsat
voice and personality a mutt. Some block from Ala Gen. 12.14.78.15 Campus Ministry 10.5.6.15 7:30: pm. No playing fee for your l 1st
tales ability. Mutt work tome eveningsand 12-14-76-15 game. 10.1.1.17
weekendi. Call Mare .377-0081.. Natural Foods and Vitamins
10.2.3.13 Blrkenstock Sandalt. SKYDIVE TRY IT, YOU'LL LOVE IT
Intro Sailing Lesson just $20 22' sloop,
Sunflower Health Foods Skydive with The Wllllston Skydivers 336- 18 RIDES
Delivery penon. Must have car. Mutt be 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 7970. 12.14.73.15 USCG Capt 336-1828. 10.5.5.15
able to lilt 601b. boxea. Part-time. Very 12.14.78.15
$45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp. $30 one 6
way.
flexible hours. Some weekends neces STUDY IN ISRAEL Informational meetIng .
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16.ALLIGATOR MONDAY; OCTOBER 1.1990


_ UF women's tennis team has 'fabulous' dayBy


horn Classic in Austin, Texas, Nevertheless, UF coach Andy No. 5 championship,while Alexan- seventh-place finish at the Carpet
Alligator Writer where two of UFs players com- Brandi was pleased with his der defeated Jane Phillips of Alabama Capital Collegiate Sept.23.Playingfor
peted. players' performances this week- ,also in straight sets,6-0,6-2. the Gators today and Tuesday
The UF women's tennis team's The doubles team of Andrea Far- Also winning in straight sets was will be Pat Bates, Tony Soerries,
accomplishments in Alabama this ley and Holly Danforth had to de- end."It was another fabulous day for senior Amy Alcini. Alcini beat Ann John Pettit, Brian Gay, Greg Krak
weekend seemed to overshadowits fault in the doubles competitiondue tennis," Brandi said. Waggoner of Florida State,6-3,6-0, and Chris Tuten. The four best
disappointments in Texas. to Farley's nagging back in- Two UF players, junior Holly for the No. 2 championship. scores will count toward the team
The team won four singles jury.The injury also contributed to Lloyd and freshman Erika Kuttler, total.
championships and three doubles her singles loss. battled each other for the No. 3 Golfers play today "The field is excellent," UF
championships in the Roberta Allison Farley, ranked No. 5 in the sin- singles title in Alabama. Lloyd won The UF men's golf team faces 10 coach Buddy Alexander said. "But
Southern Intercollegiate Ten gles tournament, lost in the semi- in straight sets, 6-2,6-1. of the top 11 teams in the country it's early in the season to be too
nis Championships in Tuscaloosa, finals, 2-6, (0-6) to Caroline Delisleof Juniors Andrea Berger and JillIan today in the Preview Invitational at concerned with what happens.We
Ala., Sunday. Oklahoma State. Danforth, Alexander beat players from Poppy Hills in Carmel, Calif., the still have some rebuilding to do."
That was the good part. ranked 20th, lost in the second rival Southeastern Conference site of the 1991 NCAA Championship. -

The bad part for the women's round,5-7,1-6,to Susan Somervilleof teams. Berger beat Sarah Stewartof Alligator writer Jeff Moriarty con
tennis team took place at the Long- Duke. Louisiana State, 6-4,6-3, for the The Gators are coming off a tributed to this report.

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MONDAY OCTOBER 1.1990AWGATOR.17


, UF volleyball team opens SEC slate with loss to LSU I

-
By MIKE SCHULTZ "We didn't work as a team today," Luster in the first game,all thanks to LSU mistakes.But 7-7 before winning 1 1511.
Alligator WriterIn said. "We played sub-par, but it was good two kills by Monique Adams stoppedthe The one bright spot to the Gators week-
enough to beat Florida." rally, and LSU held on for a 15-7 win. end win the
was Friday's straight game over
its conference opening match, the UF
volleyball team got off to a slow start, and UF assistant coach Mary Jo Peppler said Game two started much the same way for Stetson Hatters. UF dominated a weak Stet
the Gators have had trouble in all their the Gators, slowly. LSU was ahead 1-11 son squad 1512151158.
could catch a sloppy Louisiana State
never matches when they've started off slow. before the Gators showed any life at all. Led
squad, losing three straight games Sundayat Legall led the Gators in kills against the
"All by L Legall, Suzy Schutz, and Lisa Miller, the
if we've
the O'Connell Center. season, played well in the first
Hatters with 18, while Suzanne Hughes was
Gators got as close as 9-14 before a net
we've been able
to well in the
The Tigers extended their conference game play second with 12.
violation the Tigers the win 9-15.
match, Peppier said. "But if don't gave
we start
winning streak to 36 games ((12 matches),
in beating the Gators 7-15,9-15,11-15. well, it seems to affect our self image and Facing LSU reserves in the third game, Despite Sunday's conference openingloss
It was a match full of errors for both teams, what we can accomplish." UF climbed out to a 7.1 lead. It was the first ,Peppier said the Gators still have a shotat
and neither coach was pleased with their The Gators weren't able to accomplishmuch time the Gators had the lead the entire the SEC championship."I .
teams' performance.LSU on their own early, but they did capi- match, but it didn't last long. still think we're going to be a contenderfor
coach J. Scott Luster said his team talize on Tigers' mistakes to make come- Luster returned his starters to the court, the conference title," Peppier said. "We
was lucky to be playing an inexperienced backs in the first and second games. and with a combination of Adam's kills and can play a lot better than that, we just haveto
UF squad. Trailing 8-0,UF scored five straight points Gators errors, the Tigers tied the score at get it out of us."



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20,ALLIGATOR MONDAY,OCTOBER I, 1990

4 SPORTSI





I moves to 4-0, knocks off Mississippi StateBy


SHARON GINN the game 7-7 in the second quarter. ,* fyt
Matthews handed the ball to Rhett, who Y
Alligator Staff Writer
fumbled after he was hit by MSU defensive end
There was nothing ordinary about UF's 34-21 Robert Young.In .
win over Mississippi State Saturday. a play that NCAA officials would not permita
Even though the Gators ((4-0)) were expectedto year ago,MSU defensive back Marc Woodard
beat the Bulldogs, they didn't do it with an scooped the ball off the ground and ran with it
endless series of dull drives up and down the 34 yards for a touchdown, leaving the Gators a
field.And bit dazed and confused.
unlike last week's 27-3 win over Furman, "I'm not so sure I'm going to vote for that
the game wasn't saved by the performance of rule of returning a fumble if it comes back up,"
the Gators defense. Spurrier said with a smile."Of course,we don't
Instead, the much-improved UF offense was vote for it anyway. Mississippi State must practice
.alternately brilliant and sloppy. How else can (that play) -and you could say they do it t
you explain the contradictory numbers put on well."

the board? They almost repeated the play in the third
The Gators had 567 in total offense.
yards quarter.Matthews handed off to fullback Kelvin
Sophomore quarterback Shane Matthews had Randolph, who fumbled. The ball popped into
the third-highest game passing yardage ever the air, was caught by MSU defensive back
for UF-he was 27 of 42 for 351 yards-but Keith Joseph and returned 15 yards to the end
threw two interceptions.MSU zone.
which for has had mak-
years difficulty
Spurrier said the Gators need to be more
ing any points against the Gators,never should
careful in future games against stronger teams
have scored 21 Saturday.The .
points
like LSU, Tennessee and Auburn.
Bulldogs ((2-2)) managed 135 yards total
"We seem to have a bunch of fumbles, whichis
offense -including just 19 yards rushing. But
"
unusual staff said.
for our coaching Spurrier
two UF fumbles resulted in 14 points.
"We don't need to be giving touchdowns to 7 IMM.yr
The MSU offense,which has scored only half any
the other team.
of the Bulldogs'eight touchdowns this season,
The Gators gave another one away in the
was good for the remaining seven points."I
fourth quarter, when a Matthews' pass was
was real proud of this team even thoughwe
did have some stupid plays out there," said intercepted by MSU linebacker Reggie Stewart
and returned 29 That led to Missis-
yards. play
UF coach Steve Spurrier,who was unhappy with
State's offensive touchdown.But .
his offense after last week's win over Furman. sippi only
"I'm really proud of how they responded when Spurrier said he thinks the Gators,if they
bad things did happen. We just went on and play well, can beat any team on this year's
continued to play hard and eventually a lot of schedule. He praised the offensive line for what
good things started happening for us." he called their best game all year.
Defensively, the Gators had another strong And he was happy with Matthews' improve-
performance. Free safety Will White broughthis ment over the last week. Matthews threw for lip
season interceptions total to five by pickingoff three touchdowns and scrambled for a fourth
MSU quarterback Tony Shell in the first and against MSU.
fourth quarters. His first was on a 7-yard pass to Rhett on the
And UF kept the Bulldogs offense away from Gators' second drive. It was the first career .
the end zone for the entire game. Their only touchdown for Rhett,who rushed for 143 yards jw
mistake was allowing a 33-yard touchdown pass and caught two passes for 13 yards Saturday."I JONES
CHERRY
from Shell to wide receiver Jerry Bouldin.It was waiting for Shane to throw that ball," Despite suffering a hip pointer in the first quarter, UF quarterback Shane
was the offense that made the mistakes. Rhett said. "I was so happy I just dove into the Matthews threw for 351 yards and three touchdowns Saturday.
The first was an Errict Rhett fumble that tied end zone."




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MONDAY OCTOBER 1, IM

4 SPORTSI





I moves to 4-0, knocks off Mississippi StateBy


the game 7-7 in the second quarter.
:
SHARON GINN .
Matthews handed the ball to Rhett, who r't
Alligator Staff Writer ,
fumbled after he was hit by MSU defensive end
There was nothing ordinary about UF's 34-21 Robert Young.In }
win over Mississippi State Saturday. a play that NCAA officials would not permita ;
Even though the Gators ((4-0)) were expectedto year ago,MSU defensive back Marc Woodard I IX
beat the Bulldogs, they didn't do it with an scooped the ball off the ground and ran with it ;
endless series of dull drives up and down the 34 yards for a touchdown, leaving the Gators a ,

field.And bit dazed and confused. .>
unlike last week's 27-3 win over Furman,
"I'm not so sure I'm going to vote for that
the game wasn't saved by the performance of rule of returning a fumble if it comes back up,"
the Gators defense. Spurrier said with a smile."Of course,we don't
Instead, the much-improved UF offense was vote for it anyway. Mississippi State must prac-
alternately brilliant and sloppy. How else can tice (that play) -and you could say they do it
you explain the contradictory numbers put on well."

the board? They almost repeated the play in the third
The Gators had 567 in total offense.
yards quarter.Matthews handed off to fullback Kelvin
Sophomore quarterback Shane Matthews had Randolph, who fumbled. The ball popped into
the third-highest game passing yardage ever the air, was caught by MSU defensive back
for UF-he was 27 of 42 for 351 yards- but Keith Joseph and returned 15 yards to the end
threw two interceptions.MSU zone.
which for has had making
difficulty

years
Spurrier said the Gators need to be more
any points against the Gators, never should 4 itV 1w
careful in future games against stronger teams !
have scored 21 .
points Saturday.The
like LSU, Tennessee and Auburn.
Bulldogs ((2-2)) managed 135 yards total
"We seem to have a bunch of fumbles,whichis
offense including just 19 yards rushing. But
"
unusual for coaching staff Spurrier said.
our ,
two UF fumbles resulted in 14 points.
+
Illq.r
"We don't need to be giving touchdowns to .a
The MSU offense,which has scored only half any
the other team.
of the Bulldogs'eight touchdowns this season,
was good for the remaining seven points."I The Gators gave another one away in the
fourth quarter, when a Matthews' pass was
was real proud of this team even thoughwe
did have some stupid plays out there," said intercepted by MSU linebacker Reggie Stewart
and returned 29 That led to Missis-
yards. play
UF coach Steve Spurrier,who was unhappy with Apr 1 Milli fCHERRY
State's offensive touchdown.But ?
his offense after last week's win over Furman. sippi only
"I'm really proud of how they responded when Spurrier said he thinks the Gators,if they
bad things did happen. We just went on and play well, can beat any team on this year's
continued to play hard and eventually a lot of schedule.He praised the offensive line for what
'good things started happening for us." he called their best game all year.
Defensively, the Gators had another strong And he was happy with Matthews' improve-
performance. Free safety Will White broughthis ment over the last week. Matthews threw for
season interceptions total to five by pickingoff three touchdowns and scrambled for a fourth
MSU quarterback Tony Shell in the first and against MSU.
fourth quarters. His first was on a 7-yard pass to Rhett on the
And UF kept the Bulldogs offense away from Gators' second drive. It was the first career
the end zone for the entire game. Their only touchdown for Rhett,who rushed for 143 yards
mistake was allowing a 33-yard touchdown pass and caught two passes for 13 yards Saturday."I JONES

from Shell to wide receiver Jerry Bouldin.It was waiting for Shane to throw that ball," Despite suffering a hip pointer In the first quarter, UF quarterback Shane
was the offense that made the mistakes. Rhett said. "I was so happy I just dove into the Matthews threw for 351 yards and three touchdowns Saturday.
The first was an Errict Rhett fumble that tied end zone."




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