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I Rape, incest victims face waiting list at SARS I

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By DEBBIE CENZIPER tion. have to wait, it makes you feel even worse.A has been Kellett's request for access to the
"We have lot of girls at that time suicidal." book she said.
Alligator Staff Writer now put rape and incest victimson get program's appointment ,
a waiting list to get services," said SARS Bureaucratic shuffling put control of "That is so against our policy," she said.
Sexually assaulted UF students lookingfor therapist Debbie Burke. "I think that is the SARS under the UF Infirmary's Mental "We've always promised our patients that
help at the school's top rape counseling most abhorrent thing I ever saw. Victims of Health Services in July, a change both ther- their names would be confidential."
program will have to take a number for the crimes do not deserve to wait for services. apists and patients said would hurt the program Kellett said reviewing the book is one way
first time since the program was created 10 They might (commit) suicide." and discourage student visits. SARS, to check how efficient the program manages

years ago.Therapists. One SARS patient, who asked to remain which had three therapists last semester, appointments. Kellett said he has seen no
at the Sexual Assault Recovery anonymous, said the delay could be the nowhas one counselor working full-time and patient names because all entries have been
Service say their caseloads are so over- worst thing that can happen to a rape or one half-time. coded for confidentiality."One .

loaded, they've had to put a dozen needy incest victim. Burke said Infirmary director Boyd of the elements of productivity is to
patients on a waiting list, a move the "When they have feelings, they're very Kellett has tried to cripple the program and be sure that appointments are properly man-
program's only full-time counselor said can real and they have to be dealt with at that now is dallying with an urgent request to see SARS, 7
be blamed on an unresponsive administra- moment," she said. "And when they say youWeld hire another therapist. One of those delays page

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Elections to decide


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ballot for NovemberBy


'y organizer Scott Camil $100
JOHN F. BERRY group gave
and W.E. "Mac" McEachern, who lost
Alligator Writer
his March election bid for
Students can help decide today if Gainesville's District 3 seat, also gave
the Gainesville City Commission'sfifth $100.
seat will go to candidates with Notestein's $5,715 campaign fund
environmentalist or business backing. listed no contributions more than
; I The District 2 seat, which repre- $100.
G sents the Student Ghetto and most of Neither Painter or Notestein could
northeast Gainesville, is a battle be- be reached for comment.As .
n tween former Alachua County Com- of Thursday, Painter's campaignfund
ry missioner Jim Notestein and totaled $18,500. He is the co-
businessman Jim Painter. Because owner of Painter Masonry Inc., 2339
City Commissioner Cynthia Chestnutis NE 19th Drive.
running against Clay Phillips for the His contributions include $1,000
Democratic nomi- from thenation
0 In Florida Tallahassee-based
House District 23 Realtor's Political
i
Chestnut must ratudent Sen. Action Commit-

sign the seat Nov. 6. tee. Another
: t td. Travis Lynch said it
yc 8 f The precincts In- Tallahassee group
eluded in District 2 is "almighty God imcaUed the Barnett
are No. 5, 7, 12. 17, People for Better
21,27,37,38 and 45. p rtant" that s tu- Government Inc.

Democratic! vot- dents vote today. gave $500. Harold
ers in District 23, E. Walker, presl-
which Includes dent of Quality Re-
most of the seven precincts that Su- alty, contributed $200 to Painter's
done LEBASKOW pervisor of Elections Buddy Irby iden- campaign. Three construction inter-
tified as student-dominated, will also ests also $200 each.
Kevin Hartley of W. W. Gay Construction Co. welds a water pipe near Library East. decide if Chestnut gave
today or Phillips Student Sen. Travis Lynch said it is
will face Republican Sinclair Eaton in "almighty God important" that stu-
the Nov. 6 general election. District dents vote today.Although .

NCAA to rule within 3 weeksBy 23 precincts close to UF are No. 4B, he said he is a friend of
5,23,25,31,36, and 44. Painter, Lynch said he fears that a
According to campaign contribu- Painter victory will lead to the destruc-
game. tion records on file in Irby's office, tion of the Student Ghetto. He said
Alligator Writer The request was scheduled to be discussed Notestein is supported by Friends of that because Painter is a businessman,
Sunday by the five-member Committee on Infrac- Alachua County, a special interest he would favor large-scale renovationof
The UF football team will learn within two to tions, which is meeting in Overland Park, Kan. group that advocates tight govern- the area, destroying the Ghetto's
three weeks whether its request for a change in mental spending and environmental character.
Berst would not confirm if the appeal was Notestein is the former ed-
granted NCAA enforce- concerns.
its NCAA penalty was an "Jim Painter is an outstanding citi-
ment official said Monday. brought up in the meeting, but did say early last itor of FACT, the group's newspaper. zen,"Lynch said."He has always been
week it
was definitely going to be reviewed.
David Berst, NCAA assistant executive"director Notestein owns a plant nursery with involved. But I wouldn't vote for him."
of enforcement, said UF will soon have an answerto John Nowak, a former committee member who his wife, Emily. If Lynch votes today, he will be one
its request, a five-page letter that asks for a served on the UF case, said if the committee Harold Graybill, citizen-activist and of 54,374 eligible residents in Alachua
reduction of eight scholarships for the 1991-92 refused to discuss changing the football team's do Besides
FACT president, gave $100 toNotestein's County to so. the city and
season and four In 1992-93 in exchange for the penalty, UF would find out "fairly promptly." campaign. As of Thurs- state races, voters statewide will

lifting of sanctions that ban the Gators from post-, UF spokeswoman Linda Gray said UF did not day, the files listed UF law instructorIris choose if Jim Minter or Alcee L Has-
season play this season. send a representative to the meeting and was Burke as giving $100. Former tings should be the democratic nomisa -
The NCAA considers the reduction of scholarships expecting to learn its fate through a report from Gainesville Mayor Mark Goldstein 8lie
s Election
a harsher penalty than the loss of a.bowl the NCAA. contributed $100. Middle East peace page

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, Rape, incest victims face waiting: list at SARS I IBy I

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tion. have to wait it makes feel been Kellett's
DEBBIE CENZIPER you even worse.A request for access to the
Alligator Staff Writer "We have now put rape and incest victimson lot of girls at that time get suicidal." program's appointment book, she said.
a waiting list to get services," said SARS Bureaucratic shuffling put control of "That is so against our policy," she said.
Sexually assaulted UF students lookingfor therapist Debbie Burke. "I think that is the SARS under the UF Infirmary's Mental "We've always promised our patients that
help at the school's top rape counseling most abhorrent thing I ever saw. Victims of Health Services in July, a change both ther- their names would be confidential."
program will have to take a number for the crimes do not deserve to wait for services. apists and patients said would hurt the program Kellett said reviewing the book is one way
first time since the program was created 10 They might (commit) suicide." and discourage student visits. SARS, to check how efficient the program manages
years ago.Therapists. One SARS patient, who asked to remain which had three therapists last semester, appointments. Kellett said he has seen no
at the Sexual Assault Recovery anonymous, said the delay could be the now has one counselor working full-time and patient names because all entries have been
Service say their caseloads are so over- worst thing that can happen to a rape or one half-time. coded for confidentiality."One .

loaded, they've had to put a dozen needy incest victim. Burke said Infirmary director Boyd of the elements of productivity is to
patients on a waiting list, a move the "When they have feelings, they're very Kellett has tried to cripple the program and be sure that appointments are properly man-
program's only full-time counselor said can real and they have to be dealt with at that now is dallying with an urgent request to see SARS, 7
be blamed on an unresponsive administra- moment," she said. "And when they say youWeld hire another therapist. One of those delays page


Elections to decide


I

ballot for NovemberBy


organizer Scott Camil $100
JOHN F. BERRY group gave
and W.E. "Mac" McEachern, who lost
Alligator Writer
his March election bid for
Students can help decide today if Gainesville's District 3 seat, also gave
the Gainesville City Commission'sfifth $100.
seat will go to candidates with Notestein's $5,715 campaign fund
environmentalist or business backing.The listed no contributions more than
District 2 seat, which repre- $100.
sents the Student Ghetto and most of Neither Painter or Notestein could
northeast Gainesville, is a battle be- be reached for comment.As .
tween former Alachua County Com- of Thursday, Painter's campaignfund
missioner Jim Notestein and totaled $18,500. He is the co-
businessman Jim Painter. Because owner of Painter Masonry Inc., 2339
City Commissioner Cynthia Chestnutis NE 19th Drive.
running against Clay Phillips for the His contributions include $1,000
Democratic nomi- from the
nation in Florida TallahasseebasedHouse
District 23, S Realtor's Political
Chestnut must re- tudent Sen. Action Commit-

sign the seat Nov. 6. Travis .. said it tee. Another
The precincts in'J Tallahassee group
cluded in District 2 is "almighty God imcalled the Barnett
4 .Yft/! are No. 5, 7, 12, 17, People for Better
6 f 21,27, 37,38 and 45. portant that stu- Government Inc.
Democratic! vot- dents vote today. gave $500. Harold
ers in District 23, E. Walker, prest-
which includes dentofQualityRealty -
most of the seven precincts that Su- contributed $200 to Painter's
done L.E. BASKOW pervisor of Elections Buddy Irby iden- campaign. Three construction inter-
tified as student-dominated, will also ests also gave $200 each.
Kevin Hartley of W. W. Gay Construction Co. welds a water pipe near Library East. decide today ,if Chestnut or Phillipswill Student Sen. Travis Lynch said it is

face Republican Sinclair Eaton in "almighty God important" that stu-
the Nov. 6 general election. District dents vote today.Although .
23 precincts close to UF are No. 4B, he said he is a friend of
rule within
NCAA weeksBy
to 3
5,23,25,31,36, and 44. Painter, Lynch said he fears that a
According to campaign contribution Painter victory will lead to the destruc-
game. records on file in Irby's office, tion of the Student Ghetto. He said
Alligator Writer The request was scheduled to be discussed Notestein is supported by Friends of that because Painter is a businessman,
Sunday by the five-member Committee on Infrac- Alachua County, a special interest he would favor large-scale renovationof
The UF football team will learn within two to tions, which is meeting in Overland Park, Kan. group that advocates tight govern- the area, destroying the Ghetto's
three weeks whether its request for a change in mental spending and environmental character.
Berst would not confirm if the appeal was Notestein is the former ed-
NCAA enforce- concerns.
its NCAA penalty was granted, an "Jim Painter is an outstanding citi-
brought in the meeting, but did early last itor of FACT the
ment official said Monday. up say group's newspaper. zen,"Lynch said."He has always been
week it was definitely going to be reviewed.
David Berst, NCAA assistant executive directorof Notestein owns a plant nursery with involved.But I wouldn't vote for him."
enforcement, said UF will soon have an answerto John Nowak, a former committee member who his wife, Emily. If Lynch votes today, he will be one
its request, a five-page letter that asks for a served on the UF case, said if the committee Harold Graybill, citizen-activist and of 54,374 eligible residents in Alachua
reduction of eight scholarships for the 1991-92 refused to discuss changing the football team's FACT president, gave $100 to County to do so. Besides the city and
"
season and four in 1992-93 in exchange for the penalty, UF would find out "fairly promptly. Notestein's campaign. As of Thurs- state races, voters statewide will
lifting of sanctions that ban the Gators from post-, UF spokeswoman Linda Gray said UF did not day, the files listed UF law instructorIris choose if Jim Minter or Alcee L Has-
season play this season. send a representative to the meeting and was Burke as giving $100. Former tings should be the democratic nomi-

The NCAA considers the reduction of scholarships expecting to learn its fate through a report from Gainesville Mayor Mark Goldstein sa? Election, page 8
a harsher penalty than the loss of a bowl the NCAA. contributed $100. Middle East peaC'ehas

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2.ALLIGATOR TUESDAY. OCTOBER2,1990

. WHAT'S HAPPENINGPeople ismamemem"9 -.I


get ready: A non- Hall Room 2353. The show is free When I I.ee you smile:The Tower II
denominational Bible study group and open to the public.Call 392-0375. Yearbook is taking senior portraits II
meets Tuesday evenings beginning My love Is chemical: The today through Oct. 12 in Reitz Union
7:30 in the Student American Institute of Chemical Engineers Room Call
tonight at : Baptist 121. Jeff, 336-1310.
Center on West University Avenue. meets tonight at 6:30: in the Don't fence me In: Florida Fen Any Lunch Special J

Call Winston or Sandra, 332.1000 or Chemical Engineering Building cers meet Tuesday evenings at 7:30:
Thomas, 3327708. Room 237. There will be a presenta. in the O'Connell Center's martial $1 1 off ;
Jump: The UF Falling Gators tion by Proctor and Gamble,and new arts room. No experience is neces-
sport parachute club meets tonightat members are welcome. Call 392- sary. Call Tim, 3736283.We !'i'4'i'p 1 Good Only Tues 10/2
7:30: on the Orange & Brew patio. 4422. are the world: UF's United
New members are welcome, and One world: The EnvironmentalAction Nations meets tomorrow evening at University Plaza 371.4992 1728 W. UniV. five. 376-1667 :
first jump information will be dis Group meets this afternoon at 8 in Library West Room 148. Call
cussed. Call Steve, 373-4247. 5 on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Bharat, 336-4206.
Meatball In paradise: The B'nai 392-MAKE. Learning to fly: The. platoon
B'rith Hillel Foundation hosts an allyoucan People are people: The Florida leaders' class of the Marine Corps
eat spaghetti dinner this Anthropology Student Association meets at the Gainesville Regional
afternoon at 5:45: at the Hillel Foundation meets tonight at 8 in the anthropol. Airport this afternoon at 3 for flight
16 NW 18 St. Cost is$2.75 for ogy student lounge to discuss con orientation. Anyone interested in
student members and $3.25 for stu. cerns in the department. Call Marine aviation is welcome. Call

dent non-members. Call 372-2900. Michael,378-5497. Dane, 3350625. yep
Together forever: The Bahai Association Row your boat: The UF Waterskl Think: The Golden Key National
holds an open forum on Club meets next Tuesday evening at Honor Society is having a member a Wa
achieving unity Wednesday after. 8 on the Orange & Brew patio. Call ship drive today through Thursdayin
noon at 4 in Reitz Union Room 123. Matt, 3354525. the Turlington Hall courtyard.Call S hies
Call 373-9640. Dirty laundry: The Institute of Richard, 335.4574 or Dr. FN/Q
Center field: Gator Pride, a new Black Culture will host a Project 99 Chisolm 392-2112.
student group that supports the discussion tonight at 7:30.: Call 377- Add It up: The Undergraduate SN
University Athletic Association 8875. Economics Society meets tonight at
meets tonight at 6:30: at Gate 1 of Ben The trees: The Vietnamese Club 7:30: in Matherly Hall Room 18. Dr. exyearbook pee
Hill Griffin Stadium.The meeting Includes meets Friday evening at 6 in Reitz Denslow and Dr. Kenny will speak
general information and a' Union Room 337 to discuss the about the K-12 education crisis. Call eeperlence treItsC
tour of skyboxes. Call Andy, 375- Autumn Festival. Dues still need to Mike, 3750330.I t
4683, extension 6648. be paid. Call Trang, 378-9392. I love rock W roll: Monday Morn hrOI4t s 00174Assah
Come together: The Chinese Get a Job: Alpha Epsilon Rho ings plays the Orange & Brew :
Club meets tonight at 7 in Reitz meets tonight at 6:30: in Weimer Hall tonight at 10. Admission is $2. Call App/yes surJfeti,8be0wecl"ed
Union Room 362 to discuss future Room 1094. Kay Ford will speak Ellen, 3921655.
events. Call Kitty, 334-7822. about resumes. Call Mark,334-9059. Come fly with me: UF Women's
Cinema: The Center for Latin Garden party: The National Clas- Ultimate Frisbee Team practices
American Studies Film Series sics Honor Society meets this after every Tuesday, Thursday and Sun.
presents the Mexican film"Macario" noon at 5:30: in the classics garden. day afternoon at 5:30: at Hume Field.
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MATTHEW SAUER lege students were murdered five weeks arrived at the house after a Delta Upsilonago. "There were between 18 and 25 (police)

Alligator WriterA ____ member who was con cars at the party," Carpenter said.
Freebernwastryingto cerned about the size of Conrad Sage, social director for Kappa
Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity member was get Long to leave the the party and several Alpha Psi, said police"blew the incident out
arrested Sunday morning; after he puncheda party through a back fKappa Alpha fights called police, she of proportion" by responding in such force.
police officer at a Delta Upsilon party, said exit, Darnell said. Psi fraternity memsaid.. "There were some football players at the
Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie She said Long tried to There were about 300 party and they were starting trouble,"Sage
Darnell. punch Freebern again, ber was arrested people at the party when said. "One of them pushed (Long) around,
Dexter Lydell Long, 21, was arrested at but was subdued by a after he police arrived, Darnell but nothing started.Then the police arrived
the Delta Upsilon house, 1814 W. University local officer. police say said. they had dogs and the next thing I
Avenue,after he hit Florida Highway Patrol Long continued to be hit a Florida High- Delta Upsilon President know they've arrested one of my brothersand
trooper Tim Freebern of Miami, Darnell abusive and was charged Sean Carpenter said taken him out the door. I guess that"s
said.Freebern with resisting arrest with way Patrol trooper. police were called to help the way they treat black people.
and about 40 other troopers are violence, in addition to disperse the crowd,but he "The police came and created somethingthat
in town to supplement police patrols in punching the trooper, she said. didn't expect such a large group of officers wasn't," Sage said. The fights were
southwest Gainesville where five local col Gainesville police, FHP and UF police to respond. over by the time they arrived." ,
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I Inauguration; set for Oct. 12 I

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other invitations never reached faculty body that guides Florida's nine
By MIKE BRUSCELL
members, or how many of the state universities.
Alligator Staff Writer
more than 4,300 sent were lost.
UF President John Lombardi's The inauguration events, whichare Lombardi! will deliver his Inau-
Oct. 12 inauguration will be two funded by private money,officially gural address the next morning
days of dinners and speeches, a welcome Lombardi! to UF. during a ceremony in the
$100,000 event to be attended by Lombardi! took office March 5. O'Connell Center, and will be ushered
senators, education officials and Donors include individuals suchas to the stage by UF faculty.
Regents Chairman Charles Ed-
UF donors.
former UF President Marshall
But, somehow, some of the invi- Criser and Ben Hill Griffin III, son wards will preside over the cere-
which will about 10
tations for the inauguration cere- of late UF benefactor Ben Hill Griffin mony, begin
mony never reached UFs faculty. Jr., and corporations such as am.
"We cannot explain it, but we Barnett Bank and Santa Fe Health
just want to reassure that all facultyare Care. Other speakers will include UF
invited,"said Assistant Vice The Thursday night dinner at Student Body President Michael
President for University Relations the O'Connell Center will feature Browne, UF chemistry professorBill t."a
Jack Battenfield. guest speaker Lauro Cavazos, the Jones named UF's teacher-
Battenfield, the organizer of the U.S. Secretary of Education. scholar of the year-and superior
event, said the invitations were Invited guests include Florida accomplishment award-winner Le-
mailed to addresses listed in UFs Gov. Bob Martinez and the Cabinet Gene Normann, an executive sec
payroll computer. U.S. senators Bob Graham and retary at the Ham Museum.

Invitations mailed to incorrect Connie Mack, and the state Boardof
addresses returned to UF, but Regents, Battenfield said. The ceremony is free and opento
Battenfield couldn't explain why The Regents are the 13-member the public.


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By JACK REJTMAN Under Article Two of the Student Body Constitution
Alligator Writer senators are guaranteed the option of finding a +fb
replacement during the summer session, Tompkinssaid.
Student Senate will meet at 7:30: tonight for its first But in the new bill, the Judiciary Committee
discussion of a bill that will require senators to give defines the"summer session"as the two-week period
up their seats if they leave UF for the summer. beginning on the last day of the spring semester and
ending on the first day of the summer semester. DONALD LEVAN
According to the summer replacement bill, sena-
tors who leave school between the spring and fall "We'd rather amend the constitution than pass this Getting an edge on life
semesters cannot appoint temporary replacementsand bill," Tompkins said. "But 25 percent of the students Army pledge Mike Sherman is inducted into the Scabbardand
will not have a Senate seat when they return, would have to vote on the amendment at elections.see Blade Military Tri-Service ROTC Honor Society.
Judiciary Committee member Chris Tompkins said
Senate, page 4I
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I Infirmary. reports increase in ge vital warts, chlamydia

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also has been associated with cervical can- not appear for several months after the initial contact,Auth said.New underwear or deter-
By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI cer, Auth said. infection.While the warts are usually exter- gents, not STDs, cause most rashes.
Alligator Writer Other than abstinence,the best protection nal on a male, they may be either externalor While the overall trend of reported STD
The number of genital warts cases among against sexually transmitted diseases is to internal on a female. cases among students has been downward,
students seemed to be on the rise at UF last use a condom and a spermicide. Part of the The Human Papilloma Virus, which Auth attributes the increase of genital wartsto

year, while reports of other: sexually trans- problem stems causes genital. greater awareness of the disease's symp-
mitted diseases decreased, an Infirmary of- from the lack of warts, has been toms.
ficial said.Colleges. communication be- Sexually linked to cervical
are doing a better job educating tween couples, active Students cancer, Auth said. Unlike the decline in reported UF and

students about STDs, but statistics can be Auth said should gO to the doctor if "Ninety percent"If Gainesville cases, syphilis in the United
misleading, said Joanne Auth, the UF (a woman) or more of the cases States last year reached its highest levels
Infirmary's health educator. says she's on the they notice anything differof f cervical cancer since 1949, with cases doubling among
pill,how many guys have had< a historyare blacks, according to a study in the Journalof
"More people are getting checked (for going to say 'I ent in the genital area. Of genital warts," the American Medical Association.But .
warts), so it's difficult to know "
genital don't trust you?'" """"" Auth said. "Once
whether or not there were more cases, Auth Auth said. Auth emphasized it's importantfor you have the HPV virus you have it for life." Florida, a leader in sexually transmitted -

said.Reported both people to be protected. Publicity about STDs has driven some diseases, reported a 25 percent declinein
cases of genital warts increased active students should to the non-sexually active students to fear they STDs in the last six months, said Tom
from 326 in 1987 to 360 in 1989. Genital warts doctor Sexually if they notice anything different go in might be infected, Auth said. Belcuore, director of HRS Alachua County.
replaced chlamydia as' the most common Public Health Unit
STD at UF. the genital area,Auth said. ,"STDs have given the rash a whole new

The Infirmary's education program targets Genital warts usually are painless and significance, *and immaculate infection is Alachua County escaped the national
all STDs but has focused on genital look like fleshy bumps.,They are sometimesin very unlikely, she said. trend with a 27 percent decline in the cases
warts because of its increase. The disease a cluster on the,genitals. Symptoms may The diseases are rarely spread by casual of syphilis, Belcuore said."TUESDAY .



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decide if civil rights laws cover U.S. firms and workers Senate this week but likely would not be seated on V L-,
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overseas and if the ailing savings and loan industrycan the bench before week's end. ,
take certain tax deductions worth millions of In major action Monday,the court agreed to decideif / .
dollars. civil rights laws cover U.S. companies and their
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The court, which was still awaiting confirmation of employees operating overseas. SEA p. ..
its ninth justice, also accepted cases concerning The case involves Ali Boureslan, a naturalized
taxing cigarettes sold on Indian reservations and American citizen born in Lebanon,who claims he was
Celebration Of THREE'SOctober
police officers' use of physical restraint on criminal discriminated against by Aramco Service Co. while A

suspects.But working in Saudi Arabia. 1 7
the court refused to become involved in sig- Boureslan claims his supervisor subjected him to

nificant cases involving drug testing, interracial adoption a "campaign of harassment," including racial, Hooray, Hooray, Hooray
rights, AIDS in the military and the separation of religious and ethnic slurs culminating in his firing
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church and state. June 16, 1984. 462-4810
i The term began on the traditional first Monday of Federal courts dismissed the suit, stating the Civil
October with New Hampshire federal appeals court Rights Act does not "extend its reach beyond our Alachua
Judge David Souter waiting in the wings as the Senate borders."
i prepares for a confirmation vote.Souter would replace The court also agreed to determine what con-
i Justice William Brennan, the leader of the court's stitutes a violation of privacy when a law enforcement
liberal faction who retired this summer after 33 years. officer uses physical restraint against a person to seize
At 10 am., the court announced it had agreed the suspected illegal property. CELEBRATE DIVERSIy
hear 25 cases out of nearly 1,300 requests for review. The court will hear arguments on the case broughtby
The eight justices then began hearing oral argu- the state of California. Lawyers for the state argueda
ments in the court's first cases of the term, those lower court erred in reversing the drug convictionof PEOPLE AWARENESS WEEK
carried over from last term. a juvenile by finding that police illegally detainedthe 0
Arguments are scheduled this week in major cases youth. .
involving school desegregation and punitive damages, And in a case that originated in Alaska, the court 0 0
making the timing of the ninth justice's confirmationand agreed to decide if Indian tribes have the legal rightto 31'i 1 :.
seating on the bench critical.Only justices eligible sue states in federal court,a right normally confinedto PEOPLEAWAKENhaS:
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I: Bush addresses U.N. Assembly. THE AWARDS PRESIDENT'S CEREMONY HUMANITARIAN AND.RECEPTION

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I UNITED NATIONS (UPI) The beginning of a Saddam could emerge from this crisis as a heroic, pm, ,
I possible deal to end the Persian Gulf crisis emerged historic figure if the settlement of the gulf crisis could
Monday in President Bush's speech to the United be used as a key to solve larger problems in the Middle
Nations General Assembly. East, including the Arab-Israeli dispute. CELEBRATION OF DIVERSITY IN
Taken together with speeches in the past week by The State Department expressed its annoyance THE ARTS
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and French President with Mitterrand with an expression of contempt. Five 8 pm, Rion Ballroom, Reitz UnionFor
Francois Mitterrand, the deal involves an old days after the Mitterrand speech,a senior administration -
diplomatic ploy: taking an intractable dispute and official who is a key in Middle East policy said
t raising the possibility of a solution by linking it with he had been too busy attending other meetings to more info. call: 392-1655
I a larger series of issues. even read the French president's speech.But .
I The diplomatic "pathway"-to use the latest State Saddam was not apparently so busy, becauseon
i Department buzzword -emerged first on Aug. 12 in Sunday he made another one of his televised
a speech by Saddam in which he said he would pull addresses, and suggested "a debate" or diplomatic
his forces out of Kuwait if Israeli! occupation in the contact with the French about the Mitterrand plan. Create Your Own!
l West Bank and Gaza and the Syrian occupation of the The next development came Monday,again before Legend
I Bekaa Valley of Lebanon would end. the U.N. General Assembly, when Bush signalled a
Within ,hours, the proposal was rejected by the shift in U.S. policy and also appeared to accept the
t White House and the State Department as somethingthat idea of linking the Gulf crisis with Mitterrand's sug- Double Discount
was designed as a diversion and trick to cover a gestion of linking it to the Arab-Israeli despite.
f totally different kind of situation involving brutal, While insisting on Iraq's unconditional withdrawalfrom
naked aggression.But Kuwait, Bush suggested -for the first time for SaveBKO
the spark of that idea emerged again last weekon an American official that the"peoples of the region" ,
Sept. 24 when Mitterrand talked to the General take this as an opportunity "to settle the conflict that
Assembly and, among other things, suggested that divides the Arabs from Israel."

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l page 3 time," Meyer said. "Althoughmany dreds of thousands of dollars," he
1 1ave 1t
senators support the bill said. !

j Frankly, we haven't had that kind it's a really heated debate." "Ideally, you don't want to have
i of turnout since the 1960s." Many senators intend to stay for summer replacements at all, but
But Senate President Andrew the full term when they run, but people don't want to stay here and
Meyer said if the Judiciary Com- then something comes up and they take classes," Meyer said.
mittee passes the bill in its present have to leave for the summer, he
"If they don't support the full
form just prior to tonight's Senate said.
plan, maybe they'll agree to a planin
I meeting, it may encounter some "But it's unfair that you can ap- which (SG's Replacement and up to S80 on your ring & receive"Matching Value" store certificate.You .
resistance tonight from senators. point whoever you want to take Agenda Committee) will interviewthe won t find a!better deal thus fall.You In your bookstore See:your Artfanedill

," "Rather than be stuck with some- your spot,because you end up with person who is to fill the seat, Ceh'c not a free only saving we up match to SIlO,gift you certificate will re. choices representation and an offer the that double for all twice the
gives
] thing that isn't 'working, they're people who were not elected and and then the senators will still get good for any non'textbook )yOU
t going to define the summer term who don't know what's going on the seat back in the fall."

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.t qnormal l hours By
: night, Unlike many fad diets, this whole- foods since he was seven.
: ,%*(?,''Jf' J***,! ,<* -" ': :,.,' v' Alligator Writer some diet is not temporary and is not "When I am around people who

Campus computer lab t are back t to regular" :hours after- Many students' idea of nutrition is meant to help participants shed drink beer and eat sweets, it does not

.. .a"., n.th.o .closing early. +l v. !'J11'1l\k: washing down a macaroni and cheese pounds. Instead, it is aimed at im- tempt me in the least,because I knowI
The Center for Instructional Research and Computing'Activities ;. dinner with a couple of cold ones. proved long-term health, Thibodeausaid. I have a healthy advantage over them,
shut down before dark last month in the wake: But students and health food advo- and they know it too," Bielec said.

of five,student murders. Closing times, which for !post:; cates are realizing the toll certain "Before I implemented my current Bielec's mother forced this diet
-Jabs now are..back to 11:30: p.m.'were.moved. to 7 p.nx;,in. foods are taking on their bodies. diet plan, I used to suffer from strep on
+ ..t .. J him as a child, but now he sticks to
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w'f''t';: '"'' t. O \\trf v ,<1# Rather than resort to a diet of pro- throat, swollen glands and headaches his diet restrictions independently."I .
Eltubeth'G.'Williams,"a'CIRCA computer operations' ; cessed foods, some students are eat- quite often," said Lara Kayne, a nutri-
supervisor,said most campus computing labs will be open ing a more wholesome diet. Their tion and fitness major at Florida State having" control over my own
from 8 '&. &.until 1:30': p.m."every day except'SundayV ,- health-conscious eating plans restrict University. "A few years ago I would eating habits, Bielec said.
,when labs will open'at noon.:., > t 1, ', ;: "! ,' foods such as white or refined sugar, have never made the connection." Both Bielec and Kayne avoid prod

: Bryan; Hall's lab hours.: are 8:15: a.rn. to 10 trk. Monday, white flour, dairy products, soda and Kayne became interested in eating ucts that contain pasteurized cheeseor
:' other artificial products."In wholesome foods about two years ago milk, com syrup, caffeine and hy-
H weekends'iiriges 'J today's world of stress, environ- after taking a course in whole foods drogenated oil,which is found in most
1
;! mental poisons and processed chem- and nutrition at Broward Community cookies and chips.
often said she is the labs,
,- JM t. uses I ,campus computers* *., ,.: glad 7.., W ical foods, it is important to place high College.Joshua I-are,owner of Here'sto Natural substitutes for chocolate,
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.,; ,?:"At16 t the only time I can do'projects* Dao said. class and convinced
tional,physical and mental health can Kayne to try an processed foods have become avail-
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GrowlWe


thought we had it made. Send in a blue form and
$6. It seemed simple enough. "

Buying Growl coupons by mail. How novel, we
thought. How innovative. What next, world peace?

We should have known it was too good to be true.

' When this year's Growl organizers promised we could
buy Growl coupons through the mail rather than waitingfor
hours in the stadium, we thought that someone on
( this campus had finally realized the shortest distance .between II
. two points was a straight line.
1 Wrong.

What we didn't realize is that students would still haveto
stand in mile-long lines to pick up those coupons.

And, if you're familiar with UF's ticket process, you real- ..
ize that you're going to stand in those lines again next
r week to exchange those coupons for actual tickets.

Maybe it's us. Maybe we're just way off base. But
J couldn't the ticket office just mail students their coupons?

Then we'd only have to stand in one marathon line.

We understand the ticket office wants to check stu-
dents' identifications and fee cards to be sure they have Get
t paid their tuition before they pick up their cards. And paid for drinking a sixpackConsider

they obviously couldn't do that via the mail.
reaching into your pocket every day and
t But would it be such a terrible thing if a few people throwing money on the ground. Maybe you do it more -Donya Currie
who hadn't paid their tuition slipped through the cracks, than once a day. You might even throw it in a trash THE
if the rest of the 34,000 students benefited by not havingto can, in the back seat of your car or into the road. GREENPIECE I
stand in two long lines? Every time you throwaway an aluminum can,you're fall. '
not only contributing to the Earth's bulging landfills,
Doesn't sound so bad. you're cheating yourself out of some cash.That's right, We had fun, talked about things of great world
Bad memories of sitting in the stadium for hours to get the stuff we covet, especially when it's time to do importance like sex and music and: the experience was
Growl coupons will haunt many of us long after we re- laundry,go out to a movie, buy some ice cream or go a world less painful than donating plasma.
ceive our degrees. But Growl organizers are well on their on one more awesome road trip. I know all you ultimately cool people out there
I know everyone doesn't have the convenience of already recycle because you know it's the thing to do.
to reforming ticket that has long baffled
a
way process Big Blue in their house or apartment to fill with Someday we won't have a choice and the recycling
and enraged UF students. recyclables to be miraculously whisked away each police will check our trash each day to see if we've
Those reforms just need a little more work, and we en- week. Tm also aware of the heart-wrenching fact that separated out the soda cans and Sunday news.
courage next year's organizers to expend the extra effort. some people just DONT CARE about the mounds of Before that.happens, why not cash in on your
all continent..
garbage piling up over garbage? Think of it as getting paid each time you
Remember to vote But everyone could use a little more cash, right? drink a six-pack.
In Gainesville, there are more than 10 companies
who will pay you bucks for your aluminum, glass and Not a bad deal
t, Don't forget to vote in today's runoff elections. Voters newspaper.It's not much,but my friend and I collected Donya Currie is The Alligator's stringer editor and
I who live in District 2 can cast their ballots in the Gainesville $8 worth of cans in just a few hours one evening last Projects editor.
-
City Commission non-partisan runoff betweenbusi- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
nessman Jim Painter and former County Commissioner
t Jim Notestein. The Alligator endorses Notestein becauseof War is a waste of carelessly set up for ruin. Chemical disposal
his strong stance on environmental issues and his en- Peace in our time, we've been
couragement of student involvement in local politics. human lives told. But it never really comes. must be monitoredEditor
Editor:At this moment,people are We are always fighting to ensure
In House District 23, Democrats can choose between : Late at night after studyingat
t When we're
poising themselves for A peace. not at war, we
war. war,
CSE I walked Hall
by Turlington
, Commissioner Chestnut and
1 City Cynthia attorney Clay it
like any other war, that will cost export long enough for a new
and saw the UF custodial cleaning
i Phillips for the candidate they'd like to have run for re- lives, money and peace. generation, eager to be the heroes, staff hard at work. What makes
tired Rep. Sid Martin's seat. We endorse Chestnut be- to grow of age.
f They say a madman with an un- their work so interesting is the way
cause of her work on the city commission, and her believable military force must be We build another country up in which they dispose of the used
strong stance on protecting the environment. She also stopped. and, one day, we end up taking it floor stripper. '
f takes stand need for for Flor- Some compare it to Hitler and down. What's the final cost? Why
a strong on the more money haven't learned? I know about this floor stripper,
ida education. the beginnings of World,War II, we because I have used it myself. It is
and that is a good analogy. What will our descendants say
These seats are important in Gainesville and UFs fu- The sad thing is, for an its likeness about this war 50 years from now a strong, effective chemical.
ture. Take this opportunity to vote and make your voice to World War II,why can't we when all the oil is gone? After they rolled were their finished,bucketsout the custodians
mop
heard. .' prevent it? We need to end aggression.Wecan't to the street and dumped the
AH of their weaponry,all of their allow anyone to wage war, chemicals down the storm drain.
might, was given to them from the much less a madman.But The custodial.staff, probably unin-
alligator Editor' countries that fought World War II; we need to prevent it in a tentionally, is polluting Lake Alice
from countries that should have way that won't waste the lives of and therefore our environment. Is
Judy A. Plunkett- ,learned. our youth. We must use foresight.We this lack of supervision?Ignorance?
Managing Editor Opinions Editor It was short-sighted politics, are a capitalistic society,but Apathy?
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier greed and forgetfulness that led us .there is no justice in making profit I feel the custodians here at UF
'here.The off of a man's life. do agood jobbut the Physical Plant
Letters Policy memory loss of the millions needs to be more responsible when
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words: (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be 'that sacrificed their fives to ensure
typed double-spaced end signed. They should l Include typed nm, address end telephonenumber. it comes to chemical disposal.
Names will be withheld, the writer shows Just cause If you hive any questions call 'our peace. Eric J. DI'CIGainesVille Erick 0. Smith
the editorial page editor it 3704458 The very peace that we have 4FY6AWGATOR


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SARSfrom tor told her to work less until person from a program, it has a doned the SARS program," said But the most pressing problem
page 1 spring. devastating impact," Walsh said. Manning, who also criticized finding enough time to sched-
Even two full-time therapists "There's no way we can deal with Walsh and Burke for discussing ule patients has received little
aged," Kellett said. would not be enough to handle that at this time." SARS politics and advocacy on attention from administrators,
But Burke said even after Kellett patient demand, she said.Appoint- Walsh said she was shocked clinic time.Mental. SARS secretary Betty Davis said.
received the coded information,he ments have increased since the when Manning asked to leave Health acting Chief
wanted more proof, Includingnames sexually motivated murders of five SARS.She also said Kellett showed Jackie Ayers, who supervisesSARS "I had to tell a patient to come
and times of all appoint- college students last month, possi- poor judgment when he agreed to said he's searching for an- back next week," Davis said. "We
ments. bly because the tragedies reopened the move, which she said disabled swers to the program's troubles, never had to do this before.He was
Kellett said the waiting list prob- old wounds for some SARS. including another therapist. But he shocked that we didn't have an
lem began when program founder victims, she said. said he would prefer to convince opening."
Claire Walsh cut her hours in half, Besides losing some of Walsh's Manning said she left SARS because Walsh to take on her previous Davis said Kellett is demandingto
opting to be a part-time counselor.If time, SARS lost full-time therapist ': of poor patient care this summer caseload. see the appointment book be-
Walsh worked full-time again, Marcia Manning Wilson last and the feeling that Walsh had cause he is skeptical of the
the program wouldn't need to month when she transferred to deserted the program by going Two Mental Health therapistsalso program's reported patient num-
make patients wait, he said. Mental Health Services. parttime."I have agreed to help by seeingnew bers. Burke said she now has 28
Walsh said Monday that her doc- "Any time you remove a full-time_ felt that she virtually aban- SARS patients, he said. patients In her caseload.

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I ELECTIONfrom sion, Florida Nurses and a labor thorne, who vacated the House 23 Voters have no Republicans to Find someone

page 1 PAC each have contributed$500 to seat and endorsed Phillips, gave choose from in this runoff becausethe special. :
Chestnut. She lists her net worthas the candidate $750. city race is non-partisan and I
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Blocs ; Staff Tickets On Sale Wednesday '

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Gator Growl coupons for guests and bloc may purchase one guest coupon with a who wish to sit together must purchasetheir
seating groups and tickets for UF photo I.Dd fee card. Guest couponswill tickets at the same time.
and staff are on sale this week. Grow be sold from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. TICKETS/SEATING/ FOR DISABLED
Produced)by UF Information and Publications Services 355. featuring comedians Jay Foxworthy and today at Gate 13. The price is $8 each
Tigert Hall and paid lot at usual advertising rates to
official notices and important information communicate to Paul Provenza, will be held Friday, Oct. 19, (cash only). Special passes instead of tickets will be
students,(acuity and stall Call 392 0186 for information as part of Homecoming weekend. BLOC SEATINGBloc issued to disabled students,Jaculty and
staff. who this
People want to use servicecan
STUDENT GROWL TICKETS seating applications are availablein call Elizabeth McArthur, ticket direc-
Students must redeem Growl couponsfor the Florida Blue Key office, 312 Reitz tor, at 392-5435.
actual tickets between 8:30: a.m. and Union. Coupons for bloc seating must be FLORIDA BLUE KEY BANQUETA
4:30: p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 8 submitted at Gate 13 on Monday, Oct. 8,
Hall of Fame
and 9, at the Gate 13 ticket window at the between 8:30: a.m. and 4:30: p.m. Bloc limited number of tickets for the
Stadium. ns not redeemed on seating chairpersons must pick up the ac- Florida Blue Key Homecoming Banquet
Who's Who Forms those days will worthless.Tickets will tual tickets at Gate 13 on Thursday, Oct. have been made available for UF facultyand
be distributed on a random basis, so the 11, between 8:30: a.m. and 4:30: p.m. staff. U.S. Senate Majority Leader v
first tickets not the best. George Mitchell will be keynote speaker
are necessarily
Due On Oct. 19The Students will be permitted to redeem up FACULTY AND STAFF for the 61st annual banquet, to be held at
to 14 coupons for tickets together. Groupsof UF faculty and staff members can each 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, in the O'Connell
deadline to submit applications or 15 or more must use bloc seating ap- buy two tickets for$8.50 each(cash only) Center. For information about tickets,
nominations of students to the UF Hall of plication procedures. from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Wednesdayand which are $20 per person, contact FBK
Fame and Who's Who Among Studentsin Thursday; Oct. 3 and 4, at the Ticket Manager Elizabeth McArthur,
American Colleges and Universities is GUEST TICKETS University Box Office, in the Constans 392-5435.
4:30: p.m. Friday, Oct. 19. The forms Student guest coupons will be sold ona Theatre. Each purchaser must present a
should dent Services, 129 Tigert Hall. ------ THIS
Application forms are available from the CAM A p US S WEEK

a.m.Office and for 4:30 Student: p.m.Services weekdays between throughOct. 8 Inauguration Open To All ;

19. Students( may nominate
themselves or they may be nominated by Faculty Invited To Participate

deans, department chairpersons, or
heads of any officially chartered UF stu- All UF faculty, staff and students are invited to attend inauguration ceremoniesfor TODAY
dent. organization. UF President John Lombardi!, to be held Oct. 12. PEOPLE AWARENESS WEEK
To be nominated for Hall of Fame and Formal invitations were sent to faculty members' home addresses, to encourage EVENTS-President's Humanitarian
Who's Who, an applicant must be.a them to march in the inaugural processional, but many invitations were not received. Awards ceremony and reception, 4 p.m.,
senior, graduate orprofesslonal- student Faculty were additionally sent a letter this past weekend affirming the inaugural Reitz Union Ballroom; arts celebra
and must have been full time more than details. For faculty members who did not receive invitations, details for the inaugural tion/talent/ show, 8 p.m., Reitz Union
half their attendance at UF, including this convocation follow. Ballroom; film showings-"Still Burning:
term, or be registered for the number of The Inaugural Convocation begins at 10 a.m., Friday, Oct. 12'in the O'Connell Ethnoviolence on Campus" at 7:30: p.m., .,
hours needed if graduating this term. Ap- Center. Faculty members with regalia who would like to participate in the academic "Eyes on the Prize: Power! at 8 p.m.,
plicants must have a minimum 2.5 grade processional are asked to meet at 9:15: a.m. at the Gate 3 area of Level One of the "Steel Magnolias" at 9 p.m., all on Campus -
point average and demonstrate two of the O'Connell Center to line up. Seating for spouses and guests will be on Level Two. Housing Channel 8.
following: leadership qualities, service to The ceremony is expected to end before noon. ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "ColdHardiness -
in student activities, or Following the inauguration, a reception, open to all, will be held at the President's of Overwintering Monarch Butterfliesin
academic honors. Only those accomplishments Home, 2151 West University Avenue, from 2 to 4 p.m. Mexico," by UF zoology department
achieved at UF may be listed on the For more information about inaugural events, contact Inaugural Steering Com- graduate Jim Anderson, 4 p.m., 211 Bar-
I application. To be considered for Hall of mittee Chairman Jack Battenfield, 3921311.UF's tram Hall.
Fame, an applicant must..be in Who's FOREIGN STUDY INFO session about
Who for that year. Utrecht, The Netherlands, by David Col-
Two letters of recommendation must be United Way Campaign Starts Today; burn, associate dean and Utrecht program
submitted in support. of the applicationform. academic advisor, 4 p.m., 2014 TurlingtonHall.
This Year's Goal Set At $475,000The .
For information, contact Willie Robinsonor FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR, "The
Linda Nielsen in the Office for Student University of Florida's 1990 United Union and the main entrance off 13th Chemical, Microbiological and Packagin,
Services, 392-1261. Guidelines for the Hall Way campaign will kick off today with a Street to keep people updated on how Implications of Oxygen in Food Systems,
j of Fame and Who's Who program have noon luncheon at the Reitz Union for much is being raised. And some by George Sadler, assistant professor, UF
1 been established by the Affairs and Ethics coordinators and other volunteers. UP volunteers have special activities plannedfor Food Science and Human Nutrition
I Committee of the Student Senate. President John Lombardi will speak at the their respective areas. We not only Department, 4:05: p.m., G086 McCarty
annual luncheon. want to make our goal, but want
Students Interested UF College of Architecture Dean R. employees to feel good( about helping WEDNESDAY
Wayne Drummond and Associate Dean their community." PEOPLE AWARENESS WEEK
Richard Schneider, co-chairmen of the EVENTS-Diversity Fair, 10 a.m. to 2
In Engineering Can campus-wide campaign, said this year's p.m., Reitz Union north lawn; film showing -
goal is to increase participation to include UPS Offers SeminarOn "Torch Song Trilogy," 9 p.m., Hous-
Attend ColloquiumStudents at least 60 percent of all UF employees.Last ing Channel 8.

year, University employees Money ManagementUniversity BOTANY SEMINAR, "The Vegetationand
interested in engineering are donated $431,089 to United Way of Unusual Plants of Inner Mongolia,"
invited to learn about UF s College of Alachua County, ranking UF seventh in Personnel Services and the by University of Inner Mongolia biology
Engineering Wednesday in the Reitz the nation among all universities in termsof Alachua County Extension Office are professor Yu-Chuan Ma, 4 p.m., 211 Bar-
Union Ballroom. dollars donated. However, actual par- sponsoring a free seminar, "Making tram Hall.
Students can casually drop by between ticipation among University employeeswas Money Behave,"for UF faculty and staff. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE,
10 a.m. and 3 and( talk to engineering only 50.3 }percent, lagging behind The seminar consists of six morning ses- "Ancient Materials and Modern
students,'faculty, advisers and deans other SEC schools such as Georgia, Ten- sions Oct. 2, 4, 9, 11, 15 and 17 Each ses- Medicine,"by Massachusetts Institute of
about College programs, course, 'requirements nessee, Vanderbilt and Kentucky. sion runs from 8:30: to approximately Technology lecturer James Kirk, 8 p.m.,
admission information, student "The University community is really an 11:45: a.m. in 349 Reitz Union. University Auditorium.
technical society membership and, integral part of our overall community," Topics include managing credit cards, CONTINUING ,
co-op .employment'opportunities. For said Schneider. "Since the 30 agencies sup- buying'a car, budgeting, planning
more information<; call 392-0944. ported by United,Way serve our faculty, i children's 'education costs, managing FLORIDA PLAYERS' "Of Mice and
staff and students in so many ways it is banking services and loans, estate planning Men," 8:15: p.m., Constans Theatre Main !
Need Student Ticket Info? only fitting that a larger portion of our cam-, understanding income taxes, in- Stage. Continues through Oct. 6. Tickets,
pus community support United Way." vesting and reducing insurance costs. free to UF students and$6.50 for general
I Dial 375-4683, Ext. 6878 Schneider said he is optimistic UF> will Attendance is voluntary and subject to public, available at University Box Office in
Students who Call the University Athletic raise $475,000 toward the United Way's approval by immediate supervisors for Reitz Union,9:30: a.m. to 5 p.m.weekdays.ART .
Association with questions about student goal this year of$2.1 million. The Univer LISPS employees. If sessions are during EXHIBIT by New York-based American -
tickets are reminded to caD UAA's main sity's campaign is scheduled to end Nov.2. work schedules, they will be consideredas 1,, painter Larry Brown, features draw-
number,'375-4683, and then dial ext. 6878 'We're trying to increase campaign time worked. ings and prints involving abstract, geometric -
for the Student Ticket Office. The Student visibility on campus this year," Schneider Space is limited. Reservations can be forms, Focus Gallery, 302 Fine Arts j
Ticket Office extension can be reached on- said. "United Way thermometers have made by calling UPS Special Programs, Building C. Continues through Oct. 19, 8
ly after dialing the main number. .been erected on campus near the Reitz 392-4626 to 11:45: a.m. and 1 to 4:45: p.m.weekdays. .

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locked mall boxes, cable available, all util Roommates available .';j-i .<:. ::':: ::<.; .::::'.'.... : '. classified ad:
paid, 1/2 mo free rent, Call 376-3291. Reserve your room for fall. : '
Homing Available- blk to UP coed coop 10-12-10-2 Bus service to UF and SFCC :;--'i..- For Rent Furnished
all utll paid Inc. ac, '10 meal weekly Fum or unfurn. $175-1250 per : :: In Person:
t parking, laundry $210 per mo.. C,L.O. roommate/month MZ Prop Mgmt.Inc. f 2 :::,/for Rent Unfurnished Cash, check MC or VISA.
Very Large 9 Rd House 1 Blk to UF In SW
117 NW 5th St. 3774269. 12-14-62-1 sorority area, Great for small Frat or other Realtor 3750207. ? Mobile J Homes The Alligator Office
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orgn Avail end of Oct 3763291.. 10- : i :: .t "1105 W. University Ave
Sublease OakbrooK Walk, bdr of 2bdr 12-10-2 For Pent/Sale/ I ; ,
apt., 3rd floor, waih/dry $300/mo, must N/S F to rent own rm/bth/ In 2 story apt at '' MF 8am-4pm
..r. male, call Jeff( 335-2803. 10-6-10-1 Oak Forestspacious 1 bdr / 1 ba. First Greenwich Green. $233 mo. + 1/3 utili :/'V:'':.:Sublease House/Apt." t.t;: :: Main BookstoreHub

ft last month's rent FREEI Pool tennis, ties. Call 335-3110. 10-15-20-5 5 } -<
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Room (for rent good for f student or retiree
volleyball ft basketball courts, sauna, .1. xV F 8 am 4:30
Sate : pm
country area btwn Alach & HS, 7 6 for :
laundry on premises. Security ft pet deposit Wanted: N/S M to share room In 3bdr3baIn
min to 1.75. 175/.om./ utll kit & ph.use paid I $385/mo. Sublet III May. ROCKWOOD 145/mo 1/5 utilities. Reitz Union Cashier's Office
+ 7 Real
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392-6493 day or 335-6270 eve. 10-5-5-2 Call 3356242. 10510.5 M.F 9 am 9 pm
8'...!: fli Sat & Sun Closed
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FOR RENT: Walk to UF. College Park Properties well-trained dog. 373-7291 Iv. m.... 10- M F, 8 am .4:30: pm

371-7777. 10-31-23-2' 155F '
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2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse 440. See.Plus the student. Only $275 372.3060 message $235/mo + 1/3 util. furnished, ::13 :) Help Wanted :'; mail. MC, VISA, or checks only.
LMR. Pool, laundry no cats or dogs.Santa KEY MANAGEMENT 1075.2 wash/dry. 10-9-10-5 : :. ; ';'';
Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190.' 12-14- 'v;.1 14.: :-: Business Personals J : : By Phone 373-FIND:
76-2 SECURITY SYSTEM In this 2BR duplex Townhouse Rockwood Villa 3 br 3ba : : Payment by VISA or Mastercard
off 20 Ave. Fenced yard large pantry 1500 sq ft furnished prestigious area .:.15 f ':'Personals: ;:' .";:' ': ONLY. Five dollar minimum.

1 Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet cent air, pets o.k. $325 roommates ok or family short or long 16'}; ,. '.}.f..: M-F8.30.4pm.
washer/dryer available In most units for KEY MANAGEMENT 10-7-5-2 term 675 + fees 371-4123., 10-1-4-5
i $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B,1 ft 2 Bath ;17 Notices I
G $250-$375, sec Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- LUXURY CONDO In SW 2BR 2 1/2 BA, 1 rm avail NW area walk or bike to UF M Rideti m Q How to correct

76-2 pool, hook-ups, cent air, ceiling fans, responsible. student a/c/heat / :
close to campus. 372-3060 wash/dry Own room nice 190/mo + utll 19 pets "" ; cancel l your ad:

INCREDIBLE KEY MANAGEMENT 10-8-6-2 377-1831 Lang Iv msg. 10-5-6-5 .
Efficiency Apt. ; 20 ;:;: Lost & Found .;.,. {i" .<' Cancellations:
1, Starting at $,.5 M/F roommate needed for 2bdr/2ba mobile :. :....: .. .. :,. .... ,.. Call 373-FIND Mon Fri. 8.4 pm,
Starting at $238 / 2 B.droomMEADOWCREST MOBILE HOMES: home In SW Archer area 1 1/2 ml No refund can be given.
from UF $200/mo + 1/2 ut. 376-4808,

i ., 110 NW 39th Ave 3 FOR RENT/SALE 373-2581. 10.3.45BRANDYWINE o When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Is 378-3988 Check your ad the FIRST day it runs
378-3861 Best rental value., Mobile homes or lots. 1/2 mile UF International Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
Student need American
Will take long-term travel trailer Some roommate noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
n* m SepDee 2 bed/1 ba $175/mo for Classifieds will begin TWO
Check Our New Specials'L
good mob. homes for sale. Pool, quiet. RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
All Amenities Available own room + 1/2 bills. Jacuzzi, sauna,
Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park. 3714668. 10-1-1-5 DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY, Corrected -
1 FURNISHED UNFURNISHED pool
; Roommates Available 3789291. 12-14-63-3 Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

r We're No.1REGENCY A serious male student for large 7 bedroom Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
OAKS upstairs apt. l60/mo. + 1/7 util. + placing the ad Changes called in after
378-5766 SUBLEASE: deposit' + lease. No pet. 1818 NW 3rd THREE days to appear. Ads the.first day will not be compensate)

3230 SW Archer Road Ave. 495-9024. 10-12-10-5 may.run for any length of time
COUNTRY GARDENS 4 HOUSEl APT. and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
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*LIBERAL* m/f roommate wanted to Corrections must be made In person at
SW 373.4500 16th Street Studio For Rent 245 a month + utll and hare 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2 Sorry, but there can be no re The Alligator office BEFORE NOON.

! 12.14-78-2 2001 one week free rentl Just 4 block northOf mile to UF, $150/mo + 1/2 utll., 372- funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.
I UF Call 378-1675. 10-4-10-4 5590. 10-19-15-5

i'' SPACIOUS Sublet nice one bdrm apt thru 6/30 or Female roommate needed. $185/mo

i l ONE BEDROOM APT. 8/15. $250/mo No security, one full + 1/2 utilities. Call 374-8434. Lease
J ONLY $273MO.LYONS month's rent paid. Cat allowed 335- now through December. 10-5-5-5
ROOMMATESFemale FOR SALE
i APT 5781. 10-2-5-4
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 SAVE $$ Female" n* fun mature rmmt '
12-14-76-2 Tired of your roommt or looking for new wanted. Share br In sate 2 br/ 2 bath n/. needed for own bdr/ba In a ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering:
place? 1 br furn apt. w/in biking that of furn. apt. 1 ml to campus! $112 + 1/4 brand new mobile home. Washer/dryer Herman Kardon Autotek JBL, Toshiba
I 1 bed. apt for sublease, (turn or unfurn UF. 280mo. + utll-no dep. Call Drew Utll. 330-4103. 10-4-4-5 pet negotiable (must like dog) Crunch. Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar
WILLIAMSBURG VILLAGE, 3761253. 3781248. 10.3-5-4 $175/mo. + 1/2 util.! Call Kathy 375. 125 NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 12-14-76-6
'10-12-19-2 2 rm* avail Immedl' n/s m/f 150 or 190/mo 8489. 10-4-5-5

1 bedroom studio apt. Nice, close to cam + 1/3 ut w/d pool quiet student area In DISCOUNT HI-FI
**Apartment near Shands, recently renovated pus. No security deposit! Next month' Casablanca east call 336-4644 or Iv msg
2 bedroom, private backyard 1 st rent FREEI $295/mo. Call Tracy 378- ;335-3908 10-6-5-5 6 FOR SALE 722 S. Main .The Red Bldg.
4 month + damage deposit. Call 336-4575 2651. 10-5.7-4 WE ARE CHEAPER
8r 372-2959. 10-9-5-2
F/M rmmt. needed for own bdr/ba In new
4f 1 bedroom/1 bath unfurnished apt In 3bdr/3ba apt In the LAURELS $235/mo TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk 12-14-76-6
for Ir kit drive, 2 film cassette, 2 film cannlsters.,
Duplex apt. rent for bath Country Village; available Immediately.Call + 1/4/ Utll., call 336-1063. 10-2-5-5
Ili ac/heat, 3blk from UF, Iblk off Univ. 373-2700 day time, 373-3448 evening Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control

Its Ave. $250 monthly plus security. A frame *. 10-4-5-4 BRANDYWINE N/S Fern needed to share yra. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
Good machine for mail
338-1839.. 10-5-13-2 shop. System
also type
room, KO/mon 1/3 fully/nicely furnished demo. CaJI I 336-9193 student Iv. mesage. *.
Include 3 rolls 6 In. RC film 1
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2 bdr / 1 1/2 bath 822 NW 39th Ave. many xtracall nowl 3730024. 10-19-38-6
p 2 bedrm Apt., enclosed porch new carpet $300/mo. Call 373-4924. 10-5-6-4 disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
d-w fans$375; 1 bedrm Apt. welkin N/S studious F needed to 'share 2 bdrm 373-9926 for more Info.
1 kin closet, fane-$275; Both wcentral Apt at Mt. Vernon close to UF, VA ftShane's 2.5 bath townhouse. $219/mo + 1/2 utll. FUTONS & FRAMES

; H/A; water Included SW VILLAS373- ont large bdr, $375/mo un- leave message 332-0743. 10-3-5-5 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and $0 more Many styles & model from only $200/et.'
0701.' 10511.2 furn400mo. Covers, also. Call Matt 3772110. 10-5-
3775365.10864Subleise br.nd..re all at our New Location! Car
Roommate wanted to live In ..p.clou.4bdr2ba Stereo 8p.cl.llet.1211 NW 13 St. 372- 15-6
2 br/1/ 1/2 ba townhouse, walk to UF, 1 bdr f turn walk' to UF.. Laundry house 1 mile from UF, 2070. 12-14-76-6

i. wash/dry, pet OK Oct. free, $450/mo. +. pool, parking; Colonial Manor Apt. Washer/dryer ft amenities. 190/mo + 1/4 2400
BD
security 336-4068. 10-5-8-2 Call 334-5549 or 373-4967 285mo. utilities. Call 335-0610 ask (for Ken. 10- MICRO CENTER/ Computer 376-1146 MODEM $98

10-2-2-4 Editor' choice Hewlett Packard9H WORD PERFECT $135
Available br near. UF Roommate-Female needed to share

Ic Cent ash, water sewer paid $260/mo SPYGLASSneed female n/s for own 2br/1ba duplex near campus. Lease Northgate. Price lower than mail CALL ELITE 335-1300.
160S SW 42nd StC.1I1.488.4047 bedroom/bath In 3 bedroom/3 bath apt., $145, w/o ,lease $180. $100 deposit. Call order. System below Include '1mb, 40mb 11-1-33-6
after 6:00pm: $230/month + 1/3 utlllte Call Erin at Lisa 335-9622 or 378.7484. 10-8-8-5 ((28ms) Harddltk graphics monitor. MC

g 10-3-5-2 392-3111 (day) or 335.4353 (eve) 10-12- 286/12 $1195, MC 386SX $1370.
9-4 N/S M/F matter bed. In 2bdr 2.5 ba NW. Northgate 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge *PRODIGY.
I males need roommate for bdr In
Pool/tennis/lake
a one wash/dryer must be so laptop w/40 MB hd ft battery $2395.11
a 4bdr/2ba house. Need bdr furniture., Sublet 1 BR apt Pool, laundry, security, cial/clean. $300 + 1/2 Will! 376-8010/ .2 year warrantlea. Onsite warranties. .InfenctiwRnonilScfvict
l $156/mo 1/4 utilities. Call 375-2321. Pets OK near UF 339.00 per month 376- Scooter. 10-4-5-5
Panasonic 1180 printer. $185, HP LaserJet Available at ELITE today. 3351300.
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10-10-10-2 9453 10.8.5.4S Up $1049. 3743 W. University Ave.,
Female needed for 2 bdr/2ba apt.
12-14-76-6 10-12-10-6
Avail now, reduced rent apt. p-10,2 bdrl ROOMMATESF $200/mo +1/2 utilities, washer/dryer.
j 1 ba, 376-8668. 10-4-5-2 Call Megan 332-8918. 10-3-5-8 _

Crlmeetopper' Car Alarm, K-40 Radar RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants
2 WEEKS FREE roommate, safe ft secure beautiful F NS rmt for 2 bdr apt. 187.50 mm. Detector, Infinity 8anul, Sony, for your dorm or apartment. W*
"..Villager West central' air, quiet condo In NW area. Close to UF ft SFCC. Your own room. Move In available now. Orion, Bazooka, Ham or Car Stereo. deliver! R.,'* Rug 535 SW 4th Ave.
col-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street $250 pays all, $150 security dep., Call Walking, distance to campus., Call 371 W* Beat All Price 373-3784.. 12-14-76- 377-5265. 6 block E._ of campu 10-
1 from 18th Ave. 371-7777 376-8297 or 813-956-1559.' 10-2-10-5 0616 Rhonda. 10-4-5-5 -e, 16-21-6 ;



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1973 Eagle but serial 96997 Entertainer 30 gallon hex fish tank,hood, light gravel WATERBED for sale ** queen size with 2 Jbl speakers Nad stereo receiver Philip
converilon.' No better to entertain $110. 19" color for sale? Land for sale?
at the TV $60. Chris 373-7371 heater and pedestal ** asking only turntable Nakamlchl cassette deck for Buyers'Market
Must .... Call Ben Reed 10-1-3-8 ? Don't let sell
game 1800. $125. Also need 4 Growl coupons. Call $750 Mountain bike 18 speed for $300 All an opportunity to
358-8610. 10-3-10-8 How 336-9755. 1035.8 prices Negotiable call 3366576. 10...- your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds
C64 w/printer, monitor and 300+ programs 5-6 offer you the cheapest way to
Marshall amp 100 W head.4-12 speaker modem + ace. $400.' Stereo and keep your real estate In the public eye.
cabinet Great sound $700 call Bill 378. spkrs-trntbl, cass, equal $200. Twin bed- IBM PC 5150 40MB harddrlve, 5.25.drive CRUISER BIKE New .black* basic Where else can you keep your property in
8197 or leave messg 378-5138. 10-2-5-6 brand new. 378-8729. 10-1-3-6 with keyboard, monitor and word pfct 5.0 Also U-lock and car rack $140. Call 336- the market lor as little as tour dollars a
package $400. Call 375-6885 leave
mes- 1982. 1 10-2-3-6 day? To make It even easier, you can
AUDIO I VIDEO Need an electronic sage. 10-1-3-6 place your ad over the phone; all you
Item? We'll get It for you. Beat prices Moped, Jawa 87, perfect condition, only 53cm Cannondale Shimano need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call
We deal direct. No middle man. Can $200.$175.Plus,Trek 12 speed touring bike for CHEAP GOLD TV'S VCR'S MICRO. obo Fischer 5 disc cd player comp$300$550 obo, 373-FIND today to place your ad.
just Included
live you $$$ Call Kevin 335-5681 10- Shoes 335-3686. 10.3.5-8 are specialized bike WAVES, STEREOS. B&W GOLD A JVC car cd player $425. 336-7654 after
2-5-6 PAWN 1602B NE WALDO 377-4258. 10- 3:00.: 10-3-4-6
3-5.8 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED

moving sale: Contemporary, queen size LOVESEAT brown, In the shape of a half Moving-Spc maple bdrm set $595.
waterbed, black vinyl headboard & circle, folds out to Ig queen bed. $800 Stereo-Onkyo receiver' Denon cd player, dropleaf desk maple $175. wooden REPAIR
matching slderall perfect condition new, must sell $200 obo. Call Jay 332- Numark amplifier, Boston Acoustics\ kitchen set w/4 chairs $75. sleep sofa Precision Small Engine. Pickup A Delivery
$200, matching black dresser 8 drawer A 6396. 10-3-5-6 Fishers. A must hear. $725 obo. Contact $100. ref. antique cedar chest $200 available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace,
mirror $150, 19-ln color TV $80call Aaron 3359311. 10-2-4-6 378-5474. 10-1-2-6 across from Alley Katz 338.3825. 10-31-
3753604. 10-2-5-6 37.8
COUCH 0 great shape, fold out to bed
with thick mattress, rattan sides with pillows Safari Audio wins more trophies at IASCA SR 500, Black lightening Cannondale,
King size black, waveless waterbed, nice. 338-5871 please Iv events than all other stores In Gainesville $500 obo 335-3104. 10-4-5-6 81' Jawla moped good condition low
originally $600 now $300 obo, owned for $175 neg. 10-1-3-6 message combined. 4110 SW 34 St. '3. 336- miles. $275 neg. wUlock.. Call 377-
3 days, 335-4544. 10-5-8-6 1128. 10366HIALTwf'S BICYCLE Brand new, 50 miles, racing 8728. 10-2-5-8
bike, alum frame, Schlm. 105 comp.,
1 computer, gel seat, much more Must sell 1984 Honda Nighthawk S 700cc exe';
$500 obo 335-6423. 10-4-5-6 Condition, custom silver paint 2 new
azq0 ByDoybtStsnwcky tires w/ Shoe! helmet. $1500 call David
: Head tennis raquet sale Graph!! Pro. $65 373-5112. 1025.8
Comp Pro. $60 Magnum Pro. $50 thermo
cover & strings Included call 3782348. 1985 Yamaha RZ.350 Exc cond. Racing
IGG. DONY USUAL A5 1 10-4-4-6 kit Inc exhaust. Very fast! Last of 2-
WHAT W8 GOTTA Dole RALI5H SURVRYIN' POINT TAKENFAR AWAY Aq FRANKLY YCU stroke street. Yellow/ blk $1350. Ray
bURVtY TN' CURRtNt GARMGt AROUND IN OTHER WHE9A IS THEM P0'b91111111L1.' =101rD U5 dY Selling office desk wswivel' chair and 335-9312 m... 10.11.10.8
011LIAt10N TO oft IF we IS FOtKg mewRAt4 WHEN YOU GURPRIS0. queen-size waterbed wheater.. $75 for
F90DUGIN' ANOUGH 10 MEAT DO YOU? NAAD THEM? each. Call Rusty 375-4578 after 5 pm. SCOOTER 1984 Honda Aero 80, runs
OUR FmIte Keeps! 10-3-3-6 great, good condition, 40 mph helmet
519, KINDLYGITFP.9M001 asking $400, call Doug 335.5383 alter 3
Punch 150 amp HI Ionic 120 amp 12'VC pm. 10.5.5.8
s H subs custom ecloser Fix mustang Haro
NAND, 18 speed mountain bike. Need to sell Kawlsakl KZ750E 1980 new chain,
FASTI! prices obo 376-9650. 10-5-5-6 sprockets valve job. quick. $750 obo.
Call Chris at 377-2203 leave message
MICRO/CFNTER: computers 375-1 KBIrtfilir 10-2-1-8
v choice Hewlett Packard *
i Newgate M/C Prices lower than
I IIIiI .. ,n !lordtr. Systems below Include 1 1mb, 9 AUTOS
40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor,
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086,
Northgate 386/20- $2499. Leading edge ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW
laptop w/40 MB hd & battery- $1995. A RATES low payments, fast drive-
THE MOBILE COLDISH by Brett Schroeder 2 year warranties. Onsite warranties. thru service, se habla Espanol 377.2277
Panasonic 1180 printer$185.. HP LaserJet 377CARS. WE CARE 10-4-10-9
lip- $987. 3743 W. University Ave.
GEEZ LOOSE HEY PRIME CUT/ OKAY, HOrDO, WI/AT'S/ THe CAPITA r.. 12-14-52-6 DEPENDABLE HONDA Civic for only
$1000. 1983 a/c, 4spd, runs well. MiM
I'M GETTING ARENT' YOU DONE OF PoRTv6AL? HowJiAIJ'( PECKS //W MV Pedulla bass guitar for sale. Fretless sell; It's a good deal. Kevin 335-7986

HLW&RY.&RICCN'/ THOSE A BdSrVEZ.( / ? WHY 00 CLOUDS Ft.OI4T7 Five 10-8-5-6 String Call for more Info: 336-6396 msg 10-5-109


HOT DOOS Yf r? 1989 Honda Prelude ac ps pb Sspd power
For Sale: 87 JAWA MOPED. Very low window cruise sunroof stereo cassette.
r IN A iti'i., NEWER mileage. PERFECT condition. Kept In- I3k-miles. $13950 call Bobby at 338-
doors. Best offer CALL 3353917. 10-
MINUTE TELL/ 6389 Ive message. 10-8-10-9

KEEP YUvRf One way ticket from Norfolk to Atlanta
/f GILLS CW! Atlanta to Miami for $70. Call Luis 375- Ford Fairmont 79, 76k, automatic white
7097. 10-3-2-6 color red Inside, a/c, stereo, $1200, call
334-5868 after 3 pm. 10.2.5.9

2 1 month-old mountain bikes: A Nishikl
Pueblo $300 obo A a Hard-Rock $300 Cheap 1980 Ford Fairmont. Runs good,
firm both with u-locks Call 377-1366 many new parts. Have all paperwork.
leave message. 10-8-5-6 $700 obo. Call Joe or Laura 335-1419 or
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Gimble A. L. Graber Peavy Bandit 65. Clean found plenty
loud, never a problem $165- Call Bill at
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1980 HONDA ACCORD 4dr new paint 1981' VW Cabriolet Red with white top/Int. Mlnillor.ge.t 1-75 & NW 39th Ave *SUNBELT MOVING* COLLEGE! College MONEY.Scholarship Private Locators scholarships pob.

tires! and tinting. Needs engine work. A/C Sip Sony/Yamaha Audio Excellent near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Professional' Moving/Packing a Supplies. 1681' Joplin MO 648021881. 800-879-
Call Brian 335.9642. Leave Message. Cond. $3500 obo Call Matt 375-3317 $20 10% disc to students. 332-8917. ,1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst. 7485. '12-14-75-11
'10-8-5-9 12-14-76-11 Llc/lns. Priced for Students! Marty 375-
BMW
325. 1987 Muata.lI. Exc.lI.ntcondo
black. leather Int. sunroof built In 83 TOYOTA CELICA GT a/c. 5-speed. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? MOVE. 12-14-76-11 I Hunter Showbarn now accepting stu
radar del. $15900/080. Call 335-8345. good condition. $2000 Call 335-5750 dents-Past UF equestrian coach. Board-
Get coniid.ntlalttltlng and treatment at AAA STORAGE
LEAVE MESSAGE. 10-2-5-9 anytime. 10-5-4-9 Ing, working students accepted. Farrell
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881 Close to UF. Convenient
Farms 472-3142 10-9-30-11
12-14-78-11' 4x4x4 $1 Slmo
Dattun F10 78-$400 OBO. MUST SELL. 88 VW FOX a/c power brakes,tinted win 4x8x8 $30moS33SW2ndAve.
Call for detail 3353896. 10-2-4-9 dows, 4-speed am/fm cassette, low 377-1771' BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION! CS
** GATOR MOVING **
miles, runs great. $4500 or beat offer. Military tear gas & personal protection
86/84 Plymouth Reliant Toyota R5 A Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng/ 1- FREE Info. Keychain unit or home canister
90, 35k/82kac and lots more, asking Need money have to sell my baby. Red Item/Hit Full. Days/Eves. Long dls. Pregnancy* TestGainesville $17, .95 each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok,
$3500/$3750. neg Call after 6pm 378- 76 Flat convertible. Excellent condition Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76-' Wom.n'lHEALTH VIsa/MC phone orders) Sent Immediately
9620 10-3 5-9 awesome stereo system. $2500 obo. 11
CENTER Sallle Cain Action Seminars 6141
Call 374-9575. 10-6-5-9
720 NW 23rd Avenue Parkforest Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call
86 AUDI 5000CS Turbo silver loaded SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
sunroof am/fm stereo cassette, 10 10 WANTEDLocal boarding woodser facilities 377-5055 5047510495NAILS
speakers. Excellent condition $9750 negotiable hay rides parties sales workingItud.nll ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
332-1677. 10-4-5-9 BIRTH CONTROL BY VONDELL
Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class accepted. 465-3224.375-80110.
12-14-76-11 Gynecology Services 3131 NW 13 St. 377-1763
86 Suzuki Samurai JX, A/C Pioneer stereo Jewelry Rings ETC.373-9243.Top $ or 12-14-76-10 trade. Ozzle's Fine 12-14-75-11 Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil

many extras great condition 47k Biology and Zoology tutoring 6 yrs expe Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only
miles 4500. Jell 332-6150. 10-3-3-9 rience. 10hr.. Renee at 4822816. 10- 10-5-20-11
", 4 AUBURN TIX WANTEDcall
1985 HONDA CRX .1, A/C AM/FM stereo 1-473-7768. 10-4-5-10


asking pm., power 10-5-5-9$5000 sunroof Call 472-6578 5 spd, Low after miles 6:00 'UI HELPII! Call Need Oscar 4 tlx at 3725992.for LSU game. 1045.10, pay top AI [b AC [NJ] E W A */ MItT FKLV'r



condition* 86 FORD AC MUSTANG power locks red, steering excellent, NEED LSU TICKETWill EXCUSE Aff. WHERE r ON KNOW. I'Yi ONLY

brakes, low milage call Tara 376-2567, Ticket.trade Call Gator 3751484.Growl 10-3-2-10& HC Game IS THE LIBRARYBEEN HERE FIVE YCAltS.

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clutch, tires, starter battery. 84k Alumni. Call 3776167.' 10-4-3-10'
miles, only $1600 or best offer call 334-
5290 anytime. 10-5-5-9 TEACH FOR AMERICA. seeks volunteer
campus representatives for a national organization '
Subaru XT Turbo 85 with a T.rg.ttop and to promote public school education
digital display runs excellent needs little community service, and teaching
body work 2500 OBO need to sell 338- as a career. Interested contact Ann
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I SERVICESHorse SERVICES TYPING SERVICESTyping HELP WANTEDOFFICE PERSONALSNatural


Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional **CAR DETAILERS** AA Typsetting AA Resumes WORK: Part time Will train. Foods and Vitamins
car in peaceful surroundings.Dally Total care: Handwash Handwax, Armor- From 51.50 pg 917 NW 13 SI. Mature person wanted. Prefer' GVL resident Blrkenstock Sandals.
turnout grooming and TLC. 462- all tires/dash, Vacuum! M.ntlon.d 4 WCS, Inc. 373-9822 UF freshman or soph. Good phone Sunflower Health Foods
5127. 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS spectac price, find best price-Then Call 12-14-76-12 voice and personality a must. Some 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
3736959. 10.5.5.11 sales ability. Must work some eveningsand 12-14-76-15
FOR COLLEGE TyplngALaser Typesetting weekends. Call Marc at 377-0081
Are available! Milllona go unclaimed resumes reports letters etc. 10-2-3-13 PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate
yearly. 18003343881. TYPING 378-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave. test results from a reliable source -
11-19-50-11 Alachua Word Processing 121478.12 Delivery person. Must have car. Must be PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881.
12 SERVICES able to lift OOlb. boxes. Part-time. Very 12-14-76-15
PROTECT YOURSELFI) Various STUN Put It in writing Fast, accurate, reliable. flexible hours. Some weekends neces-
GUNS avail. For FREE Info., lend self Masters In English will correct spellingand sary. $4/hr. Call 377-7296. 10-2-5-13 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
addressed stamped envel. to: Box 3901 Typing reports A business legal' A edit. Transcribing. 373-1937. 10-29- Get .p.claillud.nt discounts on exams
Gardena.CA. 90247. 10-2-5-11 resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications 30-12 ... NANNIES NEEDED Top Pa, 'Top and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT-
A letters A notary .etc. Available Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs HOOD. 377-0881. 12-14-76-15
Problem In Math? Then call Greg at 24 hours/7 days3722777. 12-14-76- Gator Typing Is back In the SW Accurate, Only Inc. 1-800-468-8699. 11-7-30-13
3778308. Professional Tutoring offered 12 low rates. Resumes $12-$15, 1 pg. Permanent Hair Removal
it only '12. per hour. 10-9-5-11 Laser printing. Days, eves., weekends. A national full service brokerage firm Is Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
MICRO CENTER// Typing 376-0339. Full 373-4564. 10.5.13.12 looking for hard-working motivated people info about the PERMANENT removal of
Personal' Protection, tear gas pocket ft self service computing. Open until to work In their Palm Beach Gardens unwanted facial & body hair 374-4307.
sized, 1395. Great gift LCM 2841 A 10pm school nights. Typing starts & Quality typlng/wordprocesslng. WordPerfect office. Call Mr. Defter 1-600-821-9494. 12-14-76-15
Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. 1.50/pg A Resumes $8 A Self service 5.1 software & HP III laser 9-27-1-13
33406. 10-31-28-11 resumes A $2.50/hr 15page. Laser printer-Call 375-TYPE/375-6973. 10-8- STUDENTS GET CASH
typeset graphics A spell check theses 10.12 MAKE CASH WITH OUR FLASH Flash For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
A papers A special characters A employment Photo needs responsible psrt-tlme 3721228.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Cen-
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS databases A mailmerge A training. TYPINGFast, dependable, next to campus photographers. Must own 35-mm camera tral City. 12-14-76-15 ./
WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 12.14- Word Perfect light editing, FAST car, can work wsekende. Starting
52-12 service, 140pg., call anytime 373- now. Call 373-6001. 10-3-5-13 SAVE ON RAYBANS
1233 NW 10th Av. 1812. 1025.12 University Opticians
372-1664 HEARING VISION STUDY Need people 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
MC/VISA/lniurance Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable $1/page/ accurate, fast & reliable. Graduate with normal hearing and vision. Work 12-14-76-15
Free Pregnancy Test service. Reasonable rates. school approved 12 years experience. 5-10 hrs at $3.80/hr plus bonus. Please
Member Laser printer. 377-8175 900pm.: 12- Mary 372-0708. 10-3-2-12 call 392-6214 M-F between 10 am- noon *FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC

National Abortion Federation 14-76-12 only. 10-2-3-13 Serving UF since 1977

12-14-53-11 Most insurance accepted
..9 RESUMES*** 13 HELP WANTED Need German Tutor. 3-4 hrs. weekly 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.
Must Have transportation. Prefer' female
Dr. Steven '
VIDEO LINKWestgate Complete writing ft development ser Call 377-8254. 10-5-5-13 Schargel
Plaza vices. Resume House 371-8148. 12."- CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The 373-7070
Regency
110 SW 34th St. 338-1000 76.12 Independent Florida Alligator. Must own 12-14-76-15
Paying $10 to qualified 18 + aged volunteers
VCR't, Nintendo for rent reliable van or pick-up truck and be available
Movies, game to participate in a 1 hour appt In a
Beta tapes for rent or sale. Typlng/Wordprocesslng. WordPerfect from 5 a.m. until II ..m. Monday saliva research study. Must be taking .**GET A GRIP..
5.1, quality work fast results, low rates, through Friday. Must have excellent drivIng
$1.00 off any rentalwith this ad. drugs for asthma, high blood pressure, or Call ACTS 376-7105
Limit 1 ad per person per day. 1055.11 dependable, p.r.onalllrvlc.. Tara 332- record and valid Florida driver li depression. Call 392-6796. 10-5-5-13 The Spirit-filled
1469. 12-14-76-12 cense. Pay per route plus mileage. Campus Ministry
at the offices, 1105 West
Apply Alligator
Childcare
needed for 6 + 9 year old 12-14-76-15
University Avenue. Ask for the route
Thursday afternoons. 2-5:30: pm. Call
r------------------, driver application. No calls, please. Affirmative 3763495. 10-2-2-13 SKYDIVE
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
I II Skydive with The Willlston Skydivers
ATTENTION perfect for students M-F 336-7970. 12-14-73-15

I I AVON 375-8987 5:30.9:30: : pm phone sales, hourly wages
t Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. plus bonus. Friendly atmosphere. After Pyshic nationally known
1 I I B.n.llllln.uranc.. 12.14-78.13 1 pm 3783238. 10-3-3-13 Medium 44 yrs, Radio + TV taped.By .
I I c I I I I II App. only. Call 338-9154.
: I Phone survey work, part.llm.lI.xlbl..ve RAISE A THOUSAND IN A WEEK. The 10-3-20-15
I I I I II i & wkd hrs, guar $4.25/hr + bonuses. Callor fundraiser that's working on 1800 cam
r II stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave puses. Your campus group can earn up B 4 U buy shoes, racquets, sportswear,,
I I I 3724026. 10-10-18-13 to $1000 In just one week. No Investment strings or accessories, check us out at E

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;OCTOBER 2.1990..ALLIGATOR 15


I Notre Dame atop UPI pollGators DUNKfrom page 16 player and improved" while graduating as a basketball in four A

years, McCraney said.
McDowell excited fans with his McCraney said McDowell could
forced out of poll because of NCAA probation inside strength and monstrous make it in the NBA if the situationis

slam dunks. Crowds often were right.
United Press International 11 first-place ballots from last No. Texas A&M fell five spots sent into a frenzy when McDowell "The drafted players have a bet-
week. The Irish finished with 814 after losing at Louisiana State and slammed.He ter chance, but Eugene improved
NEW No. 1 Notre
YORK-Only of a possible 840 points,the highe'stpoint No. 16 Arkansas advanced five
Dame and No. 2 Florida State also was a team leader, serv- tremendously while playing in Europe
caped a major shakeup in the latest es- "A lot total of by any team this season. spots. No. 17 Oregon re-entered ing as captain his senior year. ," he said. "I don't think
people say we shouldn'tbe One of his best
United Press International college performancescame Orlando's big people have proven
football ratings. back No.1 Rick, Mirer Notre said.Dame"We quarter playedour #//The UPI..Top.2511 during his senior year, themselves yet. He could definitely
United Pies Imwnatkmal Board of$n,1 against a surging make it on any
The Fighting Irish, coming off kind of ball Purdue m
(against ) Alabama team. "
as modal
'*Too wttgi nOny with 0 CBA team.
their first easy victory in three and showed them. It was fun to get :!and nntyttc votes In ptwnthMM,, McDowellscored Many people McDowell
games, increased their lead from 2 ahead and do some things we pokat(bIIId 01\iS point tor ftat ,+1
r place,14 for eecaf d,e1c.1) and last wook' J 30 points agreed that his
!,
to 35 points over Florida State inSunday's wanted to do. We looked more likea thought. he
and dominated the skills
1
}
balloting by the UPI .f 4/f1 #!f improved
Board of Coaches. machine. \:"':1.t40tft Dime 11 "i7:1t: :: game, drawing couldn't make it. while in Europe.
Meanwhile, the Seminoles were 2,F10rtdI&ala :(Ool' 4 m.1.t a to praise from Crimson He said in college
But after those two teams the 3 Neb,... ..'" 'J 4.0 .'
at the top of 10 ballots, down three 0 4 .f Tide
3 .' a standoutKenny McCraney his weakness was
,. $ !
UIcNgen 1 11 h'f1'j
rest of the 25 underwent 1 ; ;
Top
a from last week,and wound up with ; 5.VIr nII .p.' r n' ((5.0 W" Bobby Lee Hurt Former UF free throws, outside j-
shuffle. A 26-26 tie between Auburn 779. points.No. e,AibwII ;1!b' t\l1'\ 1'((3,01! 5110 {,a'r;, and coach Wimp shooting anti
and Tennessee and losses by Ii-' 7;Ttnnetllll SU. b'''' assistantbasketball
3 Nebraska, No. 4 Michiganand :it Miami {'({,1", l' .t(1)) ((2-1 51" ;' Sanderson. maintaining consistent -
o
six other ranked teams left no No. 5 Virginia all moved up ,CoIndo I1'r;'!' .,6. ((3-1,1 281 S1.'AO to rr rr1t But much of the coach intensity on
school in the same place as the three places on the heels of solid ,,BriPm sotd wft Young Csl \: t 1 1211.14 m J 4! kind words spoken the court. He
previous week. victories. They were followed by ." '12.t 1Mino1l.\<<' ; h< I', 200.a is about McDowell doesn't dunk quite
UF was rendered ineligible for No. 6 Auburn and No. Tennessee. .!.o13\ .Waahlnpton'CIetnIoII,' .,' /. ISO :((1', over the years have been about his as much as he used to, he said,
14. / ( its 11 ,
the ratings because of NCAA sanctions Miami,a 48-21 winner over Iowa, 15.Teas A&I.t 't; i 1 00' 10, actions off the court. because his overall game is more
handed down two weeks ago. received the final first-place vote to 1.('Is.ArkIIIIu. "f'l P 'IIt&l"V 1 .48'21 }t' Former Head Coach Norm Sloan balanced.
:17.0fe00n A 1 4si NIt
: ;
Iowa was the other team to fall from move up to eighth. No. 9 Colorado i 1a.Cioorgkt'I'tch'i1'T..; 42 F NR'} once went so far as to say there is
the Top 25. jumped seven places following its "t,18,M1c1ipll SIa,,'l';5;f;{(3.l.i! 1'7'29 J.'f20.F..no something wrong with someone "I improved on all those thingsin

"This is a tough week to be 20.14 victory over Washington,and .; t. stakt,, ,}4 1t ;1i' ((301((5..0 ,U aert'i r.isJ Jj? who does not like McDowell as a Europe," he said.
picking," said Missouri Coach Bob Brigham Young fell six spots to '" 2tB 6 a a 11 NIt 4 person.

Stall, whose Tigers helped create 10th after its 32-16 loss to Oregon.No. !x J: c;.r; !It"t, 4 Ell 1 11 W\ 21 2S k j'' Kenny McCraney, then an assis- As for his memories of UF, McDowell

some of the jumble with a 30-9 11 Southern Cal rebounded fix IJ $ ),:10f'; '2 tant coach for the Gators and now said they are pleasant ones.

upset of Arizona State that knocked three places after beating Ohio .'1 -I- ".'''. ';t *t.. li f':' :' fl\\Ii the head coach at Oak Hall High
the Sun Devils out of the ratings. State 35-26, and idle Illinois movedup ''''''(;,n,: .,,'> ;1fA;: ,,,;y..1f. ,.: School in Gainesville, said McDowell "If I had it to do all over again,

Notre Dame, coming off a 37-11 to 12th. No. 13 Clemson ad- ': t=.,,=, :' :,= t;=,F is a fine person who beat the I'd do the same thing," he said. "I

victory over Purdue, received 45 of vanced five spots after beating !:r ; r :p 1 4'if t odds. really appreciate all the supportI've
56 first-place votes cast by the 59- Duke 26-7, while Washington ,,...iltr.1*. ; "'I.f. "Many people thought he had at Florida. Gator fans are
,
t
,
member board, an improvement of dropped three spots to 14th.NOTEBOOK :\ :\i." ,';,} ,, t... \'-" t .. couldn't make it, but he matured the best in the world."

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Kickers battle to kickoff weeks with a broken rib, may be White leads nation In INTs
Spurrier said the kickers will able to return for the Gators'game
from page 16 Will White who two
battle this week to handle kickoff against Tennessee, Spurrier said. intercepted
passes against the Bulldogs, leads
duties Saturday. Everett, who was
quarter against the Bulldogs and the nation in
Spurrier said In- injured in the Gators' interceptions this sea-
left the field for X-rays.
son with five.Quarterback.
27-3 Fur-
cumbent Ryan Ruland victory over
T d -2zY. has not been getting man Sept. 22, has 11
Houston on 2nd team good distance on his receptions for 180 Shane Matthews is
-2 > Freshman wide receiver Harrison kicks and thereforethe :, 1 yards and two touch- ranked fourth nationally in total
Houston has moved up to theGators' position is up for downs. offense ((290.75 yards game) and
d., second-team on the depth grabs. 14th in passing efficiency ((139.3

chart. Ruiand, Kendall Defensive tackle rating).

Cook and Arden .. .. Mike Brandon, who
.
"We need to get him in a little The Gators defense is ranked
: more to give Ernie Mills a break," CzyzewskJ.whoisUF 1-- missed the Missis- third nationally, allowing 211.8
said. "Harrison caught a place kicker and sippi State game witha
Spurrier
yards a game, fifth in rushing de-
F couple of passes (Saturday), he punter, are .the.three bruised! instep, I Isleading fense ((75.5 yards) and sixth in scor-
candidates lor mcuenaon probable for sat-
well and he's returning
blocked
ing defense ((11.0 points).
our kick- offs." the position. urday's game against

Houston, who is from PensacolaPine Everett, Brandon may return LSU, as is back-up defensive end UFs passing offense is fourth

Forrest High School,has two Tre Everett, who was expected Harvey Thomas (strained hamto ((327 yards) and total offense ninth
catches for 15 yards. be out of action two to five more string). ((479.75)).



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16,AlliGATOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2,1990SPORTS






Whatever happened to. .
Locker rooms

"Dunking Machine" back in FloridaBy

are off limitsto

BRIAN FIDELMAN
Alligator Writer

stupidityImagining "The Florida.Dunking Machine"will be returningto


everyone around you is in their Eugene McDowell, the second leading
underwear has long been a tactic for people rebounder and sixth leading scorer in Ga
wary of speaking in public. It's supposedly tors basketball history, will try out for the
relaxing.But Orlando Magic this season, after playing in
Europe for five
for the female sportswriter, such a years.
And if McDowell does not play for the bl kW
scene is a nightmare. A recurring one.
Magic, he will likely play for the Pensacola
The delicate matter of women invadingmen's
Tornados, its Continental Basketball Association
locker rooms has come up again. It affiliate.
be 1990, but players, and
some owners
may 41t
When he graduated from UF in 1985,
coaches hold fast to the belief that women
McDowell was drafted by the Milwaukee
into the locker room so they can "look.
go
Bucks in the third round and was invited to

-> Sharon Ginn veterans camp.
But instead of staying with the Bucks,
ZOO McDowell opted for a guaranteed contractto
STORIESIn play in Europe.

McDowell played one year in Italy, threein
actuality, walking into the locker room Spain and last year in Turkey,but spendshis
is the hardest part of the job. It's embarrass summers in Gainesville staying in shape.
ing. You pray that when you get there, everyone "Europe was a good experience," McDowell
will be showered and at least half- said. "I didn't love it, but I grew up
dressed. and improved a lot. It really made me ap-

And if they're not, it's difficult to find the preciate America."
players you want to interview.You don't wantto McDowell, 6-foot-8, 250-pounder from
look around. If you do that, you may Cross City, has come a long way since he
accidentally see something you don't wantto was born with rickets, a bone disease.
see and then be accused of"looking." "The doctors said I was never supposedto
That's exactly what Boston Herald reporter be able to walk normally," he said. "I rsl!
4jsa Olson was accused of two weeks ago. guess I just didn't listen."
But the players involved took their com McDowell overcame the diagnosis excel
plaints to an extreme. ling in basketball at Cross City High Schoolin

Olson, who this summer was assigned to Dixie County. McDowell averaged 26
cover the New England Patriots, said she points and 19 rebounds a game playing
was sexually harassed by several Patriots there.
players, including former Florida State tight And as a Gator, McDowell was an All-
end Zeke Mowatt, while she was interviewing Southeastern Conference choice three A
another player in the locker room. times, becoming one of UF's all-time best

Mowatt the only one who has been players.
identified and others allegedly exposed McDowell was an integral part turning
themselves and made sexually suggestive UF's basketball program around. His senior
comments to Olson while accusing her of year,McDowell was on the first Gators teamto
being in the locker room just to "look". play in a post-season tournament in 14

What's more, two male sportswriters said years.
But while his contributions were important
they heard Patriots owner Victor Kiam call
Olson a "classic bitch." Kiam also said the to the program, McDowell will be remembered ,, "
Herald was causing trouble by assigning a most for one thing. ALLIGATOR PHOTO
to the beat. Dunks.
woman Eugene McDowell ((1981-84)) is UF's second all-time leading rebounder behind Neal I
It's sickening that in some parts of the see Dunk, page 15 Walk. He has played in Europe for the past five years.
country, people still believe that female
sportswriters have no place in the locker
room.Women don't want to be there,but it's I AP poll ranks Gators 10th
tan essential part of the job. Auburn's Dye

Until post-game interviews are moved to -
a neutral site, women sportswriters must be UF has jumped seven places to No. 10 in (No. 5)) and Tennessee (No. 6)) also are enters hospital I
allowed to talk to the players personally, the latest Associated Press Top-25 poll, the ranked. .
whether they are naked or not. We accept news agency said Monday.UF Tennessee game on ESPN
it. Why can't Mowatt, Kiam and everyone which knocked off Mississippi State UFs Oct. 13 game against Tennessee will United Press International

else? 34-21 Saturday, pulled to one place behind be televised live at 7:30: p.m. by ESPN, the AUBURN, Ala. Auburn football
Thankfully, not all football types are close- Miami in the poll. station announced Monday.The coach Pat Dye underwent tests Mon-
minded. My dealings with UF football coach Florida State also is ranked No. 2 in the Gators will also appear on ESPN at day that'revealed he has an irritated
Steve Spurrier,his assistant coaches and the poll, marking the first time since the eighth 7:30: p.m. Saturday when UF plays host to stomach with a pre-ulcerous condition'
,players have been professional. week of the 1987 season that all three Florida Louisiana State. in his digestive tract.
Not once have I been the victim of sexism schools were in the top-10. The UF ticket office announced Mondaythat
.while covering the Gators. Sure, I've had a 1,800 tickets remzin! for the LSU game. Dye was admitted to East Alabama
few funny glances tossed my way. But I've Alex Marvez McClendon's Injury not serious Medical Center Sunday night, about
been lucky enough to have the same accessto NOTEBOOK"It's UF tailback Willie McClendon's hand injury 24 hours after his unbeaten, No.. 6
the players and the coaches as the males sustained in the Gators 34-21 victoryover Tigers overcame a 26-9 deficit to wind .

n covering the beat. Mississippi State does not appear seri- up with a 26-26 tie,with No. 7 Tennessee -
I say lucky but I mean I should be entitled, ous, UF coach Steve Spurrier said. .
just as male reporters should be entitled to nice to be in the top-10 this week," "He may have a little fracture of a bone at

interview women in locker rooms. Spurrier said. "but like all coaches say, we the top of his hand, but he'll tape it up and .He underwent a gastroscopy,a prod::
Olson probably didn't want the attention. want to continue to improve and be ranked: be to said.
ready play Saturday, Spurrier cess in which light was inserted into
She was just doing her job,and if the players up there at the end of the season. McClendon, who is UFs second leading his stomach and digestive tract. Dr.;
have a problem with that they can do the Notre Dame was ranked No. 1 in the poll, rusher with 39 carries for 201 yards and two Jim Mathews'said the test revealed nq '
simplest thing: put on a towel. receiving 49 of 60 first place votes. touchdowns, injured himself in the fourthsee ,;serious problems,'none that,can't be 1
'' That would be the ultimate display of UF is one of three Southeastern Conference easily.treated.. ,: ,.,.
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