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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 27 .. *** WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3,1990 to start fall season..16

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-- runoff raceBy

Alligator Writer
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Gainesville businessman Jim Painter
squeaked past former Alachua County
Commissioner Jim Notestein by 213 votes
Tuesday to claim the City Commission
District 2 seat.

That seat was vacated by Commissioner
Cynthia Chestnut, who distanced attorney
Clay Phillips to win the Democratic nomination
for the District 23 seat in the state
House of Representatives.Of .

the 5,287 votes cast in the City Com-
mission race, the unofficial results show
that only 213 votes separated the two can-
TENIELLE TODD didates. The Student Ghetto district, per-
Former Student Body President Pamela Bingham and Mike Murphy, a business senior who ran unsuccessfully for the
city commission last spring, campaign for Cynthia Chestnut In the runoff for House District 23 Tuesday. see Election page 5

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NCAA rejects UF's plea Promises Promises

for bowl,r- harsher -penaltyBy .. I Time running shorton

GRECO DOYEL "There's still plenty to play for. We'll get with the Browne's visions
-- Alligator Staff Writer seniors and restructure our goals.
"It's life, it's history, it's over with."
The NCAA doused the UF football team's last Chuck Smrt, NCAA director of enforcement, I tures must be spent on art, he said it's
chance at a Southeastern Conference championship said UF barely missed being considered a two- Student Body President Michael no longer a chief concern of his.
and a spot in a bowl game Tuesday when it time offender for violations committed in 1984. Browne sits in his office and, leaning Another mistake was his promise to
rejected UF's appeal for harsher sanctions.In Following the 1984 investigation, UF was placedon forward,pulls out a drawer that containsa improve student seating at concerts,
his letter to UF President John Lombardi, three years of probation and had its 1984 SEC list of goals he promised to UF stu- because SG doesn't have control over
D. Alan Williams, NCAA Committee on Infractions title stripped. dents when he was elected last February. Ticketmaster, which distributes the
chairman, said the Tuesday's ruling con- As he eyes the list, he checks off tickets.
committee had reaffirmed W' ... eludes an ordeal that beganits what he has completed.
decision to ban the Ga- IfiereS Still. plenty to in June of 1989 when the Eleven of the goals are marked off his "Knowing what I know now,"I would
he said.
n't have it ,
on platform
tors from post-season play. Play fnr.." NCAA launched an investi- list of 20. And with five months left in put my
But Browne said he will poll studentsto
Lombardi sent a letter gation into the UF athletic his term,Browne admits he'll never get
Sept. 25 to the committee Steve Spurrier program. UF kept that in- to check off the rest. find opt which performers they would
the football team until Oct. like to see at UF.
suggesting quiet has of his
Uh football coach While he accomplished two
face a reduction of 12 schol- 10,two days after the forcedarshipsspreadoverthenext
major tasks garnering state moneyto Since
of football the day he entered the president's
improve campus lighting and finish office, Browne has faced his ongoing
rather than Galen
two years a post-season coach Hall.
ing the plans for a student course guide, and long-reaching goal to make
"This is not a completely unanticipated re- The NCAA found Hall guilty of supplementingthe Browne has come up short in two of his Student Government more diverse and
sponse, because what we were requesting was salaries of two assistants from his personal other loftier goals getting the UF involve students in SG. More than
extremely unusual," Lombardi said "We have bank account. He was also found guilty of arrang- administration to commit to hiring full- halfway more through his term,Browne said
some student-athletes who are doing the right ing transportation for former player Jarvis Williams time faculty advisers and getting students he is pleased with the .
stuff,we have a head coach who is doing the right to pay child support. I the OK to design the art on progress."I
stuff, and we like to do everything we can (for Former men's basketball coach Norm Sloan I campus. want to become the president of
the student body, not the president of
and coaches).
our players was found guilty of arranging a plane ticket for "
the Student Government, Browne said,
Lombardi's attempted bartering was spurred former player Vernon Maxwell. He also was Now Browne says that some promises looking at the five months ahead of him.
by an SEC rule that stipulates a team must be forced to resign. should not have been included in "I'm working for 34,000 students, not
eligible for post-season play to be eligible for a The NCAA's decision to uphold the original his Vision Party platform, such as expanding the 5,000 in Student Government."
conference championship. punishment isn't surprising, UF tight. end Kirk Reitz Union services to include
Browne added that he invited minorities
and movie rentals.He .
coach Steve who has Kirkpatrick said."Personally dry cleaning
UF football Spurrier, to run with him in last spring's
vehemently opposed the NCAA's decision to ban I didn't think the NCAA would also said his goal to get studentsto election.
the 4-0 Gators from postseason play, said his change its mind,"he said. "They were probably design campus art should have been
team now will set new goals and focus on saying/If we do this for Florida, we'll probablyhave left off the platform. Because 1/2 per see Browne, page 9the
Saturday's home date with Louisiana State. to do it for every team on probation.' cent of all money for new campus struc-

"We knew it was our last glimmer of hope that t Alligator staff writer Mike Bruscell contributedto
they'd change. their mind," Spurrier said.cJ' this report. Story by Carrie Segal

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P.R.oductions: AlphaP.Roductions ing. Call 376-1757. Holding the key: The Golden Key I Sun-Wed 1100am130am: APPChoice of I I

meets today at 5 in Gay and Lesbian: The Gay and National Honor Society will\ have I ThursSat. j
Weimer Hall Room 1076. All majors Lesbian Student Union meets tonight membership drive information ta- J1:OOam-3.00am
welcome,but you must be a memberof at 7:30: at the Institute for Black bles in the Turlington Hall courtyard I i
PRSSA by Oct. 9. Call Jeanne at Culture. Call 3320700. until Friday. Call Ines Marquez Free Delivery 1011 W. University Ave. Call 37-GUMBY

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Thursday and Sunday evenings at 6 ment Association meeting tonight at meets tonight at 6 in Library West $3.99 $5.40 $8.99

at Hume Field for Frisbee football. 7:30: in Matherly Hall Room 18. Call Room 148. Call 3364206. I L per item 99* per item 99* per!item J I
Beginners welcome. Call Nancy at 372-4595 or 378-3862. Republicans: The College Repub- 2.5 .
371-9524. Services and dinner: B'nal B'rith licans meet tonight at 7 in Reitz Un-
Project '99: Project '99 commu- Hillel Foundation will have Sukkot ion Room 349. Call 372-4748.
nity film study night presents "Stop services at 7 and dinner at 7:30: tonight Marketing: The American Mar-
the Killing" tonight at 8:30: at the ,Thursday and Friday 16 NW keting Association meets tonight at
Institute of Black Culture on Univer- 18th St. Reservations are due todayby 7:30in: Norman Hall Room 137. Professional
sity Avenue. 2. Call 372-2900. dress required. Call Shannon
Training: The Traditional Tae- Gator NAACP: The UF chapter of at 375-2702 or Scott at 377-5560. to
Kwon Do trains Monday, Wednes- the National Association for the Ad- Hope In the fast lane: A power- Dying
day and Friday at 4:30: in Norman vancement of Colored People meets packed weekend conference with
Gym. Call Ricky at 392-9698. today at 2 at Burger King on Univer- author Keith Miller will be October
Committee meeting: The Corporate sity Avenue for an info-social Call 12-13.There is a $30 registration fee.
Responsibility Committee of the David at 3778875.BEC Call 372-4721. [''M1I1[ IbSill
Environmental Action Group meets : The Benton Engineering Judo: UF Judo Club meets every
tonight at 6 the Reitz Union North Council meets Thursday at 7:30: in Monday and Wednesday evening
Lawn. Call Jennifer at 344-8542 or Weil Hall Room 270. Call 392-0994. from 6-8 in the Women's Gym. Call
Peter at 334-6994. CLASSC: The College of Liberal 336-9452 or 3368159.
Human resource: The Society for Arts and Sciences meets today at Music to your ears: Acoustic gui-
Human Resource Managementmeets 5:10.: in McCarty third floor. Mem- tarist Tom Benstein will perform tonight
tonight at 6:30: In Matherly bers must attend. Call 3746764. at 6 in the Orange& Brew. Call
Room 119. Call Bennett at 377-3067. Bahal Association:The Bahai Association Ellen at 3921655.
Transfer Activities Council: The meets today at 4 in Reitz Water works: The UF Canoe and
Transfer Activities Council meets tonight Union Room 123 for an open forumon Rafting Club meets tonight at 6 in
at 7 in the Reitz Union Room "Achieving Unity in Diversity." Turlington Hall Room 2342. Call 373-
361. Intramural game after the meet- Call 373-9640. 2979.

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1 I UF, Willis both profit from all-in-one ID cards I

I Other universities look to adopt system I ID sales lag, officials to move station to law school .

other universities, the school would JACK REJTMAN more accessible to students.
have paid out than $300,000 for "We're to out
Alligator Writer more Alligator Writer trying get as many as possible
its 10 systems.But before it's made mandatory in the spring," she
Former Student Body President UF's card system coordinatorLyn Although 13,000 students already have said."We can't do 27,000 students In one week."
Scooter Willis Isn't making a killing White said the system was a steal bought UF's new allinone ID card, lagging Ed Poppell, associate administrative affairs
from his all-in-one student ID card now, because Willis didn't charge UF for the sales during the past few weeks have forced vice president, said UF probably will announceat
but he will be if other universities investin software package. employees selling the card in the Reitz Unionto the Faculty and Staff ID Card Expo when
the system. "UF saved a tremendous amount of pack their bags and hit the road. students will be required to have the card.
UF spent$112,000 on the card equipment money because of Scooter's gift,"White "We expected the lull," the card system's And when UF announces the date, Poppell
and paid Willis' firm, GDS Engineering coordinator Lyn White said Tuesday. "But nowwe're said two things will happen."It .
$12,000. According to the said.Willis said UF is him going to counter it by taking the systemout
giving a great will send a signal to faculty that they're
contract, UF gave Willis $5,000 for a" "
the law school week.
to next
test market for the card so it's a fair
software license and a $7,000 retainerfor free to devote their time and resources to settingthe
him to monitor the system for seven exchange."We The mobile ID-card station will be set up at system up in their departments, and it will
months. He was also responsible for did a proposal at Indiana (Uni- the law school lounge from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tell students that they only have until this timeto
training the card employees and work- versity), and they are trying to do the Monday and 9 am.to 4 p.m.the rest of the week. get it," he said.
ing out any problems with the software.If whole state,"Willis said. "We were one White also is planning trips to the health The Expo will be in the Reitz Union BallroomOct.
Willis had charged UF $35,000 a center and eight dormitories during the late 16 to explain how departments can use the
system, the price he plans to charge see Card, page 7I afternoons or early evenings to make the card card to better serve students.

Awards honor workin .H1.


campus diversity < .

.. .
By TRACY BURUNGAME "Diversity is not normal or easy, y t"r
Alligator WriterIn but it's certainly nice," Lombardisaid.
"This is an opportunity to
a continuing effort to promote come together and recognize how
cultural diversity on campus, UF each of us differs."
awarded four outstanding efforts The awards were part of People
with the first Humanitarian Awareness Week, an event de-
Awards. signed to increase campus aware-
of cultural differences.
Four award recipients, a professor ness
a UF student, a UF staff mem- Charles Chestnut, a local busi-
ber and a community memberwere nessman, was nominated for an
selected Tuesday in recognition award by former Black Student
of their part in promoting good Union President Roxy Oliver.
relations between cultures. A special Assistant Dean for Student Ser-
award also was given to UF vices Willie Robinson said Chest-
President John Lombardi! for his
see Awards, page 8
k \t
UF senior markets d 4 AK ;1't.\ .

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guide for freshmen \- ..

afraid students might blow .:,.'' "
because they have the ..
," Kolb said.
junior Meredith Sonson said "
: ; which features ad- :1Il
drol how to petition a park- .
ing and the seriousness of
()- rule, could help all prt
from t

things in the guidebook r
still help me as a junior,"
said. "I never knew you ". '
for get old tests at the library Mm. Pt
I read the book."
yet said he spent last sum-
the book together. In
said. to his personal experi- -77Wheel
do, he Interviewed students'
to." their trials'with the "1001>
in the system. f
Kolb of smart kids don't suc-
tion the system messes
," Passon said. "Freshmen
they aren't used to
if have time to sit and wait
to academic adviser."
has : said although his profits,

been substantial, he. con
his book a success. NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR
spend a lot of money fun
here," Passon said. "The Nancy Barbour, an assistant in a beginning throwing class, trims a teapot on a potter's
worth the nominal fee com wheel In the Reitz Union Craft Center.
ment to the expenses they could
tion ."



occupation of West Berlin ends

BERLIN (UPI) A lone bugler sounded the end of As anti-Communist fervor swept Eastern Europelast
45 years of Allied occupation of West Berlin Tuesday, year, a headlong rush to unification began with
Germany's final day as a divided nation. the fall of the Communist government and the breach-
The West German airline Lufthansa flew to Berlin ing of the Berlin Wall. It accelerated with increasingly w
for the first time since World War II, ferrying in evident collapse of the East German economy.On .
parliamentary deputies for the unification ceremoniesthat July 1, the economies of the two states were ,..,.,..'
were to culminate in the formal reunion of East united as the West German deutschemark replacedthe .
and West Germany just after midnight. ost mark as the legal currency in the East.
West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl as of The merger is already causing wrenching economic It isn'tyour
Wednesday, the chancellor of all of Germany flewin political and social changes in both halves of
from Hamburg after a triumphant election as headof the new nation.East German factories are closing and Yearbook
the merged Christian Democratic parties of the two unemployment is skyrocketing as government subsidies until you're in it.
nations. end and industry is forced to make it on its own
The of unification to be heralded in free market.
moment was by a Your
Don't be a blank spot. college yearbookIs
the midnight ringing of the Freedom Bell cast in The post-war American, British and French occupation
the image of Philadelphia's Liberty Bell-in what has of West Berlin, being terminated as part of the a lasting memory of a great part of your life.
been West Berlin since the end of World War II. agreement that led to unification, ended Tuesday For your sake, and others,
That was to be followed by fireworks, public festivals when the flags of the three nations were lowered anda Sign Up Now... get your picture taken.
and private parties throughout the new single bugle sounded at a final parade of the Allied Kom- Because the YearbookIs
nation and a national holiday on Wednesday.The man datura. Yourbook
unification was formally an incorporation of the Although the formal occupation is over, Allied
East German state into the existing West German troops will remain in Berlin during a transition period ANYONE CLASSIFIED 4 or 8, YOU ARE A SENIOR.
federal republic, putting West German law in force in until Soviet troops leave what was formerly East
what had been East German territory. The West German soil.Authorities. Photo sessions run October 1 through 12.
German Parliament, expanded with East German mobilized police and border troops in Monday-Tuesday 11-7 pm and Wednesday-Friday 9-5 pm.
members, will govern until all-German elections in Berlin Tuesday,fearing clashes during the unification Check In at Rm 121 JWRU
December. celebration between leftist and neo-Nazi groups.

Lithuania, U.S.S.R. begin negotiationsMOSCOW

(UPI) -Soviet Premier Nikolai Ryzhkov for further high-level talks leading up to formal nego-
and Lithuanian Vytautas Landsbergis began ground tiations.
breaking talks Tuesday to pave the way for formal "The delegations have agreed that their further 1
negotiations between Moscow and Vilnius. activities will be conducted according to bilateral
The two sides issued a one-page joint communiquein trade and economic mutual agreements for the year I
which they pledged to reach a bilateral trade and 1991," the communique said. 1 do
economic accord by next year. They also set up a Lithuanian Prime Minister Kazimiera Prunskiene,
working group to address "logistical concerns and who also participated in the talks, said that "such an
procedural questions of future negotiations." agreement would create the conditions to escape froma JNLJNNOW
"We would like to hope that this meeting marks a blind alley."
turning point in our relations," Landsbergis told re- Prunskiene said she was hopeful another meetingof METEOR
porters after the session."Further meetings will showif the Ryzhkov-Landsbergis delegations could be held 10-Speed Racing Bike
it is so." in two weeks. Shimano Componentry,
The initial meeting took place less than eight There was no immediate comment from Ryzhkovor Dual Position '
months after Lithuania declared independence in a other Soviet officials who joined what the official Brakes
defiant act that led Soviet President Mikhail Gorbahevto Tass news agency described as a consultative meet 1989 Modal
impose a seven-week economic blockade of the
Baltic republic. ing.Lithuania, annexed by the Soviet Union in 1940, I $129.95 WAS
"We' will have to cover a long road of similar declared independence March 11 and insists that
meetings before we can begin official talks, but a first formal negotiations be conducted between two independent
step has been made, and we didn't stumble," Lands- states, a condition Moscow has rejected.
bergis said.Landsbergis. "The current meeting cannot be regarded as the NOW
former head of the Sajudis nationalist beginning of official negotiations because a joint protocol ENTERPRISE
group, said the two delegations had shown more on its conditions has yet to be signed," Lithuanian Shimano Exage
willingness to compromise than he had expected. He government spokesman Lenginas. Vasiljauskastold Indexed Shifting \
did not elaborate. Tass. Quick Release j \t
The delegations gave the joint working group a In early August Lithuania submitted a draft of terms Alloy Wheels
two-week deadline to develop "concrete proposals" for negotiations, but no agreement was made.

I NYC mayor reveals $1.8-billion police planNEW I 2249 WAS

YORK (UPI) Besieged by' demands for officer on foot patrol on every block in the 319squaremile '90 YOKOTA METEOR
action after a long,violent summer, New York Mayor city and an officer on every subway after school Entry.Levellndexed Shifting Racer.. .... $189 119
David Dinkins Tuesday unveiled a$1.8 billion "battle and at night. 90 YOKOTA NOVA
plan against fear" to take back New York City's The program also proposes major new spending for 12-Speed Indexed Shifting,
crime-ridden streets with a massive army of new the city's overburdened jails and its courts and fea- Quick Release Wheel . .. .. .. $199 129
police. tures a renewed effort to deter youth crime through ALPINE GRAND SPRINT
The mayor's program called for hiring nearly 8,000 special education, job training and recreation pro- Shimano RX100 Componentry. ., ... $595 $449LayAWay
more police, bringing the nation's largest force to grams.It .
almost 32,000 officers the highest in its history.It will be paid for through a mix of property tax Moat Major CreditCardi ,1 Yew 01 FREE .All IItcyciea Not Available
also calls for a sweeping reorganiziation of the increases, a payroll tax on residents and commutersand Accepted. Ma.ntenance. Available,' III A'Stores .Checks. With Proper I ID
department first in decades, to emphasize com- a 25 munity patrol. "Fear is the ugliest of emotions," Dinkins said.
Called "Safe Streets, Safe City," the plan follows a "Unchecked it may become the greatest criminal of World
summer of violence that saw the homicide rate soar 'all, robbing us of every freedom, crushing our birth Cycle
to a record high.Eight children were slain and at least right and burning our future before us. Today we
15 more were wounded. 'present our battle plan against fear. '
Calls for action reached their peak with the killingof '"With' it as our guide,we will flood the streets withan 214 North West 13th St., Gainesville,.Florida
a Utah tourist slain while trying to protect his army of police officers,men and women trained in ((904)) 335-1304
mother from subway muggers. a funadmentally different manner to reach into every HOURS: Mon. 1-6pm 1\J..- 10-6pm Closed Sunday
Polite brass said that once fully implemented by Comer of our communities to capture fear and lock it
next October the program will mean there will be one away," he said.



ELECTIONfrom Painter, who joined the crowd can Sinclair Eaton in the Nov. 6 State Rep. David Flagg, D- to cooperate with each other
outside the Supervisor of Elections general election,distanced Phillipsby Gainesville, said he also expects a "The city and county are coming
page office before the final vote count, 8,017 votes to 5,327. tight battle between Chestnut and together," Barnes said. "Jim
ceived by some elected officials as said he would prevent future renovation Immediately after the results Eaton. Painter's election promises that
a Notestein power base, chose of the Student Ghetto from were announced, about 50 Chest "Mr. Eaton is a decent guy," the (governmental) process will be
Notestein over Painter by only 333 destroying its character. nut supporters rallied outside the Flagg said. "He's been campaigning enhanced. I couldn't be happier
to 295 votes. "College Park is a unique place," elections office with balloons, long and hard. We shouldn't with the outcome of the race."
That's' a surprise," said Gaines- he said. "It is one of the greatest signs and shouting. take him lightly. Cynthia is well-or- Dekle said after the results that
ville City Commissioner David assets to the University of Florida." UP business senior Mike Murphy ganized, has momentum and now annexation,one of the major issues
Coffey. "It's is a precinct that nor- Prior to the election, Student who lost his bid for a city that we know she is the nominee, facing city and county commissioners -
mally votes for candidates who por- Sen.Travis Lynch said he feared a commission seat last spring,joined she will win. I'm backing her real during the next two years, said
tray themselves as Painter victory would mean a the Chestnut rally. hard." the process will go smoother when
environmentalists. I expectedmore wholesale renovation of the "Students do care about the Leg- Painter's victory Tuesday cameas Painter takes office Nov. 6.
of a margin (for Notestein)." Ghetto. islature," Murphy said. "They a relief to some city and county "The city and county commis-
As votes were totaled at the "College Park"is a term used by don't want issues put aside." commissioners.City sions will put together an annexa-
County Administration Building in some local elected officials and Eaton said before the results Commissioner Thomas Me- tion proposal that the citizens can
downtown Gainesville Tuesday businessmen to describe the Student that he expects to win a close race Knew and County Commissioners accept," Dekle said.
night, only 13 votes separated the Ghetto,the area north of cam- next month."I George Dekle and Kate Barnes Notestein, who did not show up
two candidates one hour before the pus and west of 13th Street. have no intention of runninga said Painter's victory means local at the elections officecould not be
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know a bad thing when we see it. And the waiting
list that developed at UF's Sexual Assault Recovery Serv- fill
ice last week would definitely constitute a bad thing.

For the first time since SARS was created 10 years ago,

about 12 students were on a list Monday, waiting to see a

counselor as soon as possible. '" >,; ',

This list has formed for a couple of reasons. One is "

that a full-time SARS therapists has transferred to Mental
Health Services. This leaves SARS with only one fulltimeand
one half-time therapist.

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SARS. She says she must work part-time under her doctor's -
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Enter conflict No. 1 in the seemingly never-ending

SARS saga.Infirmary. military forces abroad

director Boyd Kellett says SARS wouldn't .. .. .,
have a patient overload if Walsh worked full-time. Walsh- This week I am using this space for a special reason.I .
says she simply is not able to do that right now. am addressing an open letter to the United States so Mark Raines
military serving in the Middle East. After the appear LIFE
We really don't care who is right in this argument.We ance of this article in The Alligator I will run off as GOES ON

do care that and sexual assault victims be- many copies of this letter as I can afford to mail and
rape are
told for then send them to the men and women representingour home from submarine duty. But I can tell you that he
ing to wait help.
country. At the end of this column, there are two won me over with presents from the places he had
It takes a lot of courage to call SARS and ask for an ap- of the many addresses where letters can be sent. I been. Now I barely remember the separations. If you
pointment, and many of those who do, find themselves ina hope that students will take this opportunity to also, have young children I am sure that in the future they
crisis or at the end of the proverbial rope. write and thank our troops for serving their country.If will greatly appreciate the fact that you suffered drastic
you are at a loss for words, copy a variation of my circumstances to protect their future in a free society,
To tell them they'll have to wait is asking for trouble.It's column and send it as I am going to do. Either way, as I now appreciate my father's participation in the

the responsibility of Infirmary officials to ensure I am sure they will appreciate the gesture\ Vietnam War.
No amount of money that the military is paying you
that students are cared for, especially victims who turn to
for .
can compensate the suffering you are experiencing.The
Dear members of the United States military serving
the for
Infirmary help.If heat alone makes conditions unbearable. If
in the Middle East, I am a college'student at the
another therapist has to be hired, then do it. University of Florida. My father recently retired from thing,by serving in the Middle East,you are learninga
greater appreciation for the small things like a smile
the Navy after 31 of service.
my yearsas
To be sure that SARS therapists are handling their -
appointments a military dependent, I have been more than happyto from your spouse, changing your baby's diapers, arguing
productively, Kellett has asked for access to speak harshly about the military on many occasions. with your teenager, watching Monday Night
the program's records. Moving every three years has strongly affected my Football or the local nightly news or even eating a
Enter Conflict No. 2. judgment But, when there is trouble in the world McDonalds',hamburger. These are things-we all take
and the U.S. military is sent to protect our country for granted.
Kellett has been given coded information from the and others I cannot help but feel proud that I am the So today I salute you, the men and women protect-
files, to hide the names of the victims who use SARS. son of a retired Navy officer. ing our freedoms. I pray that your presence in the

But a SARS therapist and secretary say Kellett is ask- As a member of the U.S. military, you are repre- Middle East will aid in the ending of this insane quest
senting your fellow Americans in a battle that should for power. I pray that you will soon be safely reunited
ing to see patient names and appointment times, as proofof never have been started. Saddam Hussein is a hostile ,with your families and be able to indulge in the
, the number of patients being seen at SARS. man in a world moving towards peace. You can feel pleasures that you are giving up. Good luck in your
We hope that isn't the case. SARS patients, as do all patients glad to know that your country,along with many other efforts and may God bless you. The students and
deserve physician-client confidentiality. They, nations is backing your,efforts and your patience in faculty at the University of Florida are behind you 100
percent! Sincerely Mark Raines
this international conflict. Our hopes and prayers are ,
should know they be in the with-
can a patient
with .
you daily.I Address letters to: Any Serviceperson: OperationDear
out having UF administrators learn their names. can empathize with your anguish. Separation from Abby/Desert Shield;APO New York, NY 09848-

We're not saying the problems SARS has can,,or ",your family and friends is hard on you and them. I 0006 OR Project Independence; P.O.. Box 4332; Los
should, be blamed on one person. But for the good of the am told that when I was younger, there were several Angeles CA 90078.
students who need this program, we'd like to see SARS 'occasions I did not recognize my father when he came' Mark Raines is a UF teltco"u"icatiolllior.

and the administrators who,supervise it iron out,their'dif I II-I III I. KS TO Til* I MMTOK J) I

ferences. The last time I saw,a private practitioner making an extra trip. That's fine
'stop attacking the I waited for about half an too. Only anticipate a wait becauseI
UF Infirmary hour- and I had an appointment I promise you five other students
alligator The"Infirmary does its best to had the same.thought and will be
Editor ,Editor::Why does'the Infirmary .offer students efficient services in line ahead you.
Judy A. Plunkett attacked every time a student hasa with care, but that's' not easy when 'Students' have been conven-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor gripe? For instance, some- ,about 500 people walk in each day; fenced to death and no longer know
M.D. Cum ella, Jacqueline Reslier one wrote that there was insufficient If you need to see a doctor, doth the meaning'of the word patience.:
parking near the Infirmary. Well smart Next the Infirmary
thing and wait until an time you're at
Utter Policy ',there is insufficient parking all over off hour,like between 4 and 8 pm, try and have some. You'll see it
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 wads (about one 8-by-10 pap). They should be pus.Is it the Infirmary's fault? ,to go to the Infirmary. works "!wonders.
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include typed name, address and telephone ,
number Names will be withheld If the writer. shows Just cause. If you have any questions call And the problem of waiting tosee Maybe you're on campus from Ruth) Bratich
the editorial' editor at 378-4458.
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similar permission,he said. White said the cards ultimatelywill library cards and checkcashingcards. : companies have offered to take out
from page 3 "If!we were selling$100 widgets, save UF in processing costs dollar bill validators and put in an
of four finalists with ,Kodak and I could give our profit,"Willis said. and will help faculty better meet And beginning in January, students ID card reader-writer."
Polaroid,and they totally loved our "But when you're selling a systemfor student needs. who live in the new Flavet But more Importantly, they also
art work and were very impressed.But $35,000, you've got to wait a "It's got so many time-saving dormitories will use the all-in-one could improve campus safety, she
their problem is coming up while. You just don't get a phone things,"White said."For example, cards as electronic keys to their said.
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panel that governs the state's nine the all-in-one cards with their higher than" just sliding throughthe vending machines to see if they'llbe the cards, students eventually will
public universities, to approve the $5 processing fee, but administrators card. a feasible use of the card, and be able to eat on campus,withdraw
student's mandatory' processingfee say the system is well worth The cards are now being usedas to make sure we have the right money from accounts and get into
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page black and Hispanic faculty, and
helping minority students improve which for the past two years has diversity, he said.
contributes both time and improve minority Involvement In
standardized test scores and for been run by the InterResidenceHall Gardner, the vice president of
money to minority students at UF. recruiting minorities for the teach- Association. He was nomi- Panhellenic Council, said she student groups.
His presentation to the BSU, "Ra- said. Carina with Greeks to Student Body President Michael
ing profession, Robinson nated by IRHA President plans to work promote
cial Harmony: A New Beginning, Self. racial awareness. She said it Browne was on hand at the cere-
also was cited as a reason for his Johnson said he concentrates on is important to hold people ac- mony as part of the People Aware-
but tries
students to help
Student award
selection. recipient Betsy
countable to the recommendationsshe ness Week Advisory Committee.
Chestnut said he always goes all students. Gardner was nominated by Student and the Task Force have made.
out of his way to help the minority Jay Scott, the staff recipient of Affairs Vice President Art This week sends a message to
students on campus. the award, has made a commit- Sandeen and Erica Burke, presi- "Its important to focus on these our community and the state that
"Anything that any of the groups ment to diversity, Robinson said. dent of Chi Omega sorority. Gard- things and to make sure what we at UF diversity and individualityare
is member of the Quality of did last semester is accomplished; good things that can help a
have done, I have tried to supportin "He not only teaches diversity, ner a
my presence and through finan- but practices it,"he said."He gives Life Task Force and a great assetto she said. community pull together instead of
cial support,"he said. 110 percent." UP Robinson said. The Task Force suggested that split us apart," Browne said.

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Browne's Checklist...

Before cruising past his opponent in February's elections.

Student Body President Micheal Browne and his Vision Party

Promises -a made 20 promises to the students. Five months before he

leaves office, nine of those promises are yet to be completed.
Yes No

V' 1. Lobby against unfair tuition Increases.

V' 2. Install free phones and repair old ones.

V' 3. Publicize students'teacher evaluations and publish a course
PromisesBROWNE guide.

V' 4.lmplement additional safety and lighting packages on cam-


"Right now we are prioritizing our money tI 5. Reopen 24-hour computer facilities Including starting a law
for safety," he said. "I said this long before school facility.
from page 1 the Gainesville murders.The first thing I was
tI 6. Work to class hours.
stop sprinklers during
The Black Student Union and Volunteersfor going to do was work for a safer campus. -o-
International Student Affairs supported This is where Browne has both succeededand tI 7. Lobby for full-time academic advisers.

Browne's opponent, former student Sen. failed to complete his promises. tI 8. Add dry cleaners, photocopy services and movie rentals to
Juan Vitali. Browne's staff located places on campus the Reitz Union.V' .
"But I still made the point to have minori- where free phones are most needed. But
ties involved in my administration," he said. that's as far as the plan has gotten. 9. Keep SG politics out of college councils.

Although nothing has been completed, V' 10. Work against racial and cultural Intolerance on campus.
White Student Union Vice President Ste- Browne said he's trying to the "most
get t/ 11.1 Establish a lounge for overworked Health Center students.
ven McCormick last week disputed for the buck."
Browne's claim that he has tried to make the safety V' 12. Save student money by asking for outside support for

campus more diversified."I One of his most successful safety effortsto student programming.

don't think anyone can really say that date has been what Browne and his former t13.. Work to let students design and decide on campus art.
Mike has done an outstanding job," said Chief of Staff Larry Medvinsky called the tI 14. Work for more student-priority seating at concerts.
McCormick, who plans to run for student "Veins of Safety" program, which calls for
body president next semester. "I don't think additional lighting to brighten dark campus () t/ 15. Install student-designed and built bus shelters.

criticizing the White Student Union is a way walkways. t/ 1 16. Lobby for better handicapped facilities.

to try to appear that he is in favor of diversity.It Though money has been set aside for the t/ 17.Work to elect a student to the Gainesville City Commission.
was another empty promise that looked project, UFs Physical Plant is still mappingout
i/ 18. Get rid of"summer replacement" process to force student
attractive to minorities. exactly where and how the lights will be
But Black Student Union President Angela put throughout campus, Browne said. senators to serve their full terms.
Eubanks said And the state Legislature tI 19. Create a Campus Involvement Cabinet to get t more stu-

Browne has kept in may not send dents involved In campus groups.
touch with BSU the money UFs way
t/ 20. Make a sincere commitment to environmental concerns.
and is doing as until next semester,
much as anybodycan after Browne leaves "- Source:Vision Party Pladorm

in his position. office, said Student
"I'm really for Body Vice President
Michael Browne," Kevin Mayeux.
Eubanks said. "I "The Veins of the sprinklers were still giving students a other goal Browne worked to fulfill, but fell
see he's making a Safety is the best second morning shower. short when student-candidate Michael
lot of strides. thing I've done for stu- Murphy lost in last spring's election.
But Browne said his accomplishments But Browne said the voter registration
Vitali agrees thatBrowne's dents so far. An ultra-
administration bright lighting path is outshine his downfalls.To drives that were held on campus during the
fulfill his promise to"Keep SG politicsout summer and beginning of fall are the keyto
has tried to Browne
address the my of your college council," Browne has getting a student elected."I .
of minority con said.Another safety is- streamlined the money process to cut out predict by the time my administrationends
students. NATALEE WATERSWM.LIGATOR !'is I'Brownespromise the Student Senate's role. The 19 college we have signed up almost 5,100 student
"The UF's Student Body President Michael .sue of councils now get their money from the voters," Browne said.
Browne sits In his office. Board of College Councils, an organization About 2,000 students have registered so
Student Gov-
student-designed bus that distributes a lump sum it gets far.
ernment and minority students is that they shelters. But this goal may take a while, from the senators. Two more of
don't feel they can contribute considerably, Browne said."When "Let the College Council people BBrowne Browne's goals
mostly because of the political games playedby I leave, there will be people settingup decide where the money will come says that can be
the political system. And they don't feel for least bus shelters
plans at two on from, Student Government checked off are a
part of that system," Vitali said. "Mike. has campus," he said. shouldn't be involved in that," some promises new lounge for
tried to improve the situation.. should not have
Browne said. Health Center stu-
Browne said in his search for diversity,he Browne's largest achievement may be Browne also is working to dents, and his on-
encourages different viewpoints within SG. publishing a course guide that is set to debut plete his promise of getting money comb een included I In going efforts to

"Things are a lot better, it's not a platform later this semester. Included in the guide from outside sources for SG prohis Vision Party expand campus
plank that you can check off, we have a lot will be,grade distributions and the numberof grams, instead of using student recycling pro-
more to go," Browne said. tests a professor requires.But money to pay for them. The "Summerfest" P I a tfi onn. grams.
with the good comes the bad, as two celebration was paid for by -
Early in his term, Browne went to Tallahassee But in his latest
of Browne's tougher goals haven't panned business dollars, something Browne said
and lobbied legislators to save students' out. battle to keep his promises, Browne is
he wants to continue. pushing student senators to pass a bill that
money Re-opening a 24-hour computer facility is Although he hasn't been successful,
senators who leave UF during the
Browne was successful in helping stop a Browne admits he hasn't businesses removes
one such promise. Mayeux said he has been asking local
and their seats on to replace-
6 percent t tax on textbooks, dormitory fees given it much thought since the February to donate money and prizes to SG summer pass
and other services.He said the charge would election. programs. ments.
have cost each student about $200. Student senators began discussing this
"It basically would have been- ,a tax on And like student body presidents before Another of Browne's concerns was fo bill Tuesday night and will continue work
being a student," Browne said. him, Browne also hasn't talked administrators have better disabled facilities on campus."I ing on it for the next week. It's expected tb
But at the same time Browne failed in his into investing in full-time academic ad- spent a day in a wheelchair to see how have a difficult time getting the senators'OK.
, lobbying efforts to stop a tuition increase. visers. But he did say UFs peer counselorsand it was, and it was the most frustratingexperience So, Browne may have to wait a while
Although UF,students signed petitions and the new course guide can help students, in my life," Browne said. on this one.
wrote letters to legislators protesting the with advisement.In Browne has named a disabled students
hike,tuition increased 10 percent for in-state addition Browne has been unsuccessful concerns executive director to his staff and But Browne said he's ready for the fight
students and 20 percent for: out-of-state stu- in stopping sprinklers from wetting stu- said he plans to establish a Disability Affairs. and said he has been personally involved
dents.. dents walking to and from classes. Executive Cabinet. ,in many of his platform issues.

."I was not happy with the way things ,Browne said he is serious about getting He staff also got student money to im- As he leans back in a chair, he decribesthe
were," Browne* said. '' sprinklers shut off during the day and said prove disabled access at Lake Wauburg.1 past seven months as "busy.
When he W sn't lobbying, Browne sperifmuch someone in SG has contacted Physical Plant,
"of the past, eight months working on 'who said they only turn the sprinklers on at Campaigning to get a student elected to Tve proven I'm a doer as. well as a

his No: 1 priority. campus safety. night to conserve water. But as of last week, the Gainesville City Commission was an- talker."


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SECURITY SYSTEM In this 2BR duplexoff 1 rm avail NW area walk or bike to VF M MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376-1146
FOR RENT: 20 Ave. Fenced yard, large pantry, responsible. student a/c/heat / Editor' choice 0 Hewlett! Packard9H FUTONS & FRAMES

2 cent air, pets o.k. $325 372-3060 wath/dry Own room nice 190/mo utll Many styles ft model from only $200/et.
UNFURNISHEDWalk KEY MANAGEMENT 10-7-5-2 377-1831 Lang Iv mig 10-5-8-5 Northgat Price lower than mall- Cover, also. Call Matt 3772110. 10-5-
order. System below Include 1mb, 40mb 15-6

to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1280, Use my deposit! Available now thru Dee. M/F roommate needed for 2bdr/2ba mobile ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor. MC
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. & renewable. Nice quiet 1 br apt near UF/ home In SW Archer area 1 1/2 ml 286/12 $1195, MC 386SX 0 $1370,
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. hopping $225/mo. 334-5639 evening from UF $200/mo 1/2 ut. 376-4808, Northgate 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge 2400 BD MODEM $98
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- 1095.2 373-2581. 10345BRANDYWINE laptop w/40 MB hd & battery $2395. & WORD PERFECT $135
76-2 2 year warranties. Onsite warranties.

LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI $250 1/2 mile UF International Panasonic 1180 printer $185, HP LaserJet CALL ELITE 335-1300.

GATOR COUNTRY 28R duplex, AC, move you In. Close to UF and Shanda. Student need American roommate lip 0 $1049. 3743 W. University Ave. "-1.33.8
lotsa woods for the pooch, near shopping 376-1248. 10-3020-2 n. m Sap/ Dec 2 bedbe/ $175/mo/ for 12-14-76-6

for the student Only $275 372-3060 own room 1/2 bill*. Jacuzzi, sauna,
KEY MANAGEMENT 10-7-5-2 ALOHA GARDEN APTS. Have a New pool 3714668. 10-1-1-5 &PRODIGY.InkrictiwItncinilScnic
Year week Vacation at Daytona Beach on DISCOUNT HI-FI .
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet usl 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 10- A serious mate student for large 7 bedroom 722 S. Main 0 The Red Bldg. *
washer/dryer available In most unit for 19-13-2 upstairs' apt. $160/mo + 1/7 utll. 4
WE ARE CHEAPER Available at ELITE today. 335.1300.CALL .
$20 mo. Cat Allowed 1B-2B. 1 & 2 Bath deposit + lease. No pet". 1818 NW 3rd
$250-$375c ft Imr. 372.8422. 12-14- Ave. 4959024. '10-12-10-5 12-14-76-6

LIBERAL* m/f roommate wanted to

INCREDIBLE 3 FOR RENT/SALE share 2 bdr apt in nice neighborhood 1/2 ( ii't l'ad1l.l.I, .s top lootball tips.
Efficiency Apt. mile to UF, $150mo.2' util. 372-
Starting at $185 5590. 1019.155
Best rental value. Mobile homes or lots 1900990PICKYou'll
Starting at $23512/ BedroomMEADOWCREST
Will take long-term travel trailers. Some Female nil roommate needed. $185/mo ( )pci.iii> on dllt\ I hOIl"
good mob. home 'for .. ..
110 NW 39th Ave Pool, quiet. 1/2 utilitie Call 374-8434. Lease
378-3988 Arredondo Farm Mobile Home Park. now through December. 10-5-5-5 get Com Tcch'l Top Two ComJ'UtcrTIpe for each week's football
375-3881 378-9291 12-1463-3 games. The two hottest picks from all the top college and pro games. As SAVE $$ Female na 'fun, mature rmmt an added incentive, if you can pick the winners (no point spreads; just
wanted. Share br In sale 2 br/ 2 bath winners vs. losers| of 1 11 I games specified I by CompuTech you will

"Check Our New Specials" SUBLEASE: turn. apt. 1 ml to campusl' $1124 1/4
All Amenities Available Util. 3384103. 10-4-4-5

Roommates Available BRANDYWINE N/S Fern needed to share

We're No.1REGENCY Studio For Rent 245 a month util and room, $I 60/mon 1/3 util fully/nicely furnished
OAKS one week free rent! Just 4 block north many xtras-call Howl! 3730024.
your Pick 11 winners and win 1000. Touch Tone phones onh/.Call
of' UF C.1I378.1875.
378-5766 10-11-5-4 10-4-6-5 1-900-990-nCK. $3.00 for first minute, $1.00 for each additional minute
3230 SW Archer Road
COUNTRY GARDENS Tired of your roommt or looking for a new N/S studious F needed to share 2 bdrm 3d11t rr''//h.rroehulop.Mu'17ourof 7i 1x.m. Mutt includt' ...MsmphUTN)..MdrcMed,
.... .... .
373.4500 place? 1 br furn apt. w/in biking disc of 2.5 bath townhouse. $219/mo 4 1/2/ util. i tiiwfcadbv.pod midnight Fndaypnoc tntry tosanM.vidricttv beck by,certified" letter,lbyitudnuhttheMtowtMTucfday CompuTechWriMPOBoxiriasS : '
UF. $280mo. 4 util-no dep. Call Drew leave menage at 3320743. 1035.5 OnccntrypapcnonoBotftciJilntiybia
2001 SW 16th Street koiily. whit*prohibited UiuveiM.Medu,DM. Amertanl ftaottnj OtxofuHr'ala-v' tni
12-14-76-2 3761248. 10-3-5-4
Roommate wanted to live In spacious

SPACIOUS 1 bedroom studio apt. Nice, close to cam 4bdr/2ba house 1 mile from UF,

ONE BEDROOM APT, pus. No security depositl/ Next month's Washer/dryer & amenities. $190/mo 1/4
ONLY $273MO.LYONS rent FREEI $295/mo. Call Tracy 378- utilitie Call 335.0810 ask 'for Ken. 10-
APT 2651. 10-5-7-4 3.5.5

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-6797
12-14-76-2 1 bedroom/1 bath unfurnished apt In Roommate-Female' needed to share

Country Village; available Immtdlately., 2br/1ba duplex near campua. Lease

1 bed. apt for sublease, furn or unfurn, Call 373-2700 day time, 373-3448 eve $145, w/o lease $180. $100 deposit Call
WILLIAMSBURG VILLAGE, 3761253. nings. 10.4-5.4 Lisa 335.9622 or 37874841088.5 4
10-12-19-2 1 11
2 bdr / 1 1/2 bath 822 NW 39th Ave N/S M/F master bed. In 2bdr 2.5 ba NW. \

LUXURY CONDO In SW 2BR 2 1/2 BA, $300/mo. Call 373-4924. 10-5-6-4 Pool/tennls/laka, wash/dryer, mutt be so
pool, hook-up, cant air, ceiling fan, clal/clean. $300 4 1/2 util! 376-8010/ A Celebration Of THREE'SOctober
close to campus 372.3080 Apt at Mt. Vernon, close to UF, VA ft Scooter. 10-4-5-5

KEY MANAGEMENT 10-6-6-2 Shands, one large bdr, $375/mo, un- 1 7
furn/$400/mo. furn, 377-5385.10-5-6-4 Female needed for 2 bdr/2ba apt.

**Apartment near Shanda, recently renovated $200/mo 4 1/2 utilities, waiher/dryer/ ,
2 bedroom, private backyard, 1st SPYGLASS- need female n/s for own Call Megan 3325918. 10-3.5.5 Hooray, Hooray Hooray
month bedroom/bath In 3 bedroom/3 bath apt.
4 damage deposit, Call 336-4575
or 3722959. 10-9-5-2 $233/month 1/3/ utllites. Call Erin at F NS rmt 'for 2 bdr apt. $187.50 mm.
392-3111 (day) or 335.4353 (apt). 10-12- Your own room. Move In available now. 462-4810

Duplex apt. for rent 1 for Ir kit, bath 9-4 Walking distance to campui. Call 371- Alachua
0616 Rhonda.
ac/heat/ 3blk from UF, Iblk off Univ.
Sublease 1 bdr/1 ba apt, close to campus -
Av .
monthly plus security. A frame
also, call 3381839. 10-5-13-2 sal" area, $245/month, no deposit. Female n/s needed for own bdr/ba In a
Call 335.3884 after' 1 pm. 10-8-4-4 brand new mobile home. Washer/dryer, zimc

2 bedrm Apt., enclosed porch, new carpet pate negotiable (must like doge) THEATRES There/ A Different ? '"

d-w, fans- $375; 1 bedrm Apt. walkin 1175/mo. 4 1/2 util., Call Kathy 375- OAKS MALL 10 DAILY TWI-UT6 SHOW

1 kin closet, fan-$275: Both w/ central S ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE 8489. 10.4-5-5 OAKS MALL 6309 KtWBIRRV ROAD w SIrLmW, 9.as30na6.
H/A; water Included SW VILLAS373
M/F Roommate needed for 2 br112 1 ba OAKS 6
0701 10-5-11-2 EAST
VILLAGE Apt French Quarter $210/mo 1/2/ utll. 331-8818 msiDi, OAK; MAIL WEST
Roommates available MU
call Rob 375-6987 10-6-4-5
2 br/1 1/2 ba townhouse, walk' to UF, [ JJl-0118 IN OAKS Pit/A
Reserve room (for fall NAMOW
wash/dry, pete OK Oct. free, $450/mo./ your (
4 ((5 00 Til 013.00)|,
Bus service to UF and SFCC Female roommate wanted safe garage
security 10.5.8-2
Fum or unfurn. $175-$250 per apt own bdr share bath 1 1/2 block to (IS:IS US 1)1100)). (R.40) e.b0 GOOD FEUA1 (H)
Available roommate/month MZ Prop Mgmt.Inc. campus $115/mo 1/2 util, cable, phone TLS 8.00
2 br near UF RATUNDU (M ((4:45. : 0 $3.00)),
Cent a&h, water sewer paid $260/mo Realtor 3750207. 377-7829 after' 4 pm. 10-8-4-5 (S:SOILS ail.00)). 7,8,10: GHOST (KU)

1605 SW 42nd St 10-19-24-5 I COMC IN ((5:30: TLS 0 13.00)). 8:20:
Call 1.488.4047 F roommate to share 2 bdr/ 1 1/2 ba. w/ <(5.30 IIS 13.00)), 7:500:10: ( :
N/S F to rent own rm/bth In 2 dory apt at washer ft dryer 175 mo 4 1/2/ utll. Near (It) TL/E0 Moo
Greenwich Green. $233 mo. + 1/3 utlll- SFCC and Oak Mall. No pet call 332- ((5:110: ),1 0, 5:45: ((5:15: TI.Se 3.00), 81S:

tie*. Call 335-3110. 10-15-20-5 4378. 10.4.25ROOMMATE Data TRACT$3.00)) FUNNY ABOUT LOW (PC)
2 WEEKS FREE (S40TlSt: (TLS 5:00: 0 3.00), 830:

Villager West, central air' quiet Wanted: N/S M to hare room In 3bdr3baIn WANTED to share w/2 male' AM 6.00,1015 AMERICA (a)

'col-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street ROCKWOOD 145/mo + 1/5 utilitie grad *t. In 3 bad 2 bath fully furn. hou*.

'from 16th Av*. 371-7777 Call 335-8242. 10-5-10-5 Available now. 208/ '1/3 util.. 377-. liMn SHOWN FOR MONDAY IHRU THUKSDAV

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RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnant Schwinn 12 sp bike w/ ulock 1 rear bag CHEAP GOLD, TV'S VCR'S MICRO. MICRO/CENTER Computers 376.1146Editor's Bicycle Men't 25' Azuki 10 Speed $95
lor your dorm or apartment. We $60 or bio must telll Call 336-4268 leave WAVES, STEREOS. 8W GOLD 4 choice Hewlett Packard 334-SB91, 10-4-2-6
deliver! Ray'l Rug 535 SW 4th Ave. message. 10-4-2-6 PAWN 1602B NE WALDO 3774258. 10- Northgate M/C Prices lower than
3775265. 8 blocks E. Ol campus. 10. 3-5-6 mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, Waveless waterbed, loaded $250
18-21-6 Fosgate Pro 15' speakers $350 obo digital 40mb ((28mi) Harddisk, graphics monitor. Gitane racing bike, 21 1/2 It wt., $225Comey
Pioneer eq. $115 obo, 5'11 Gee surfboard Safari Audio wins more trophies IASCA MC 28612$948, MC 386IX- $1086, sofa $60, Dorm rug $25
1973 Eagle but serial 8997 Entertainer $100, 6'4" Autrey ft Natural Art events than all other stores in Gainesville Northgate 386/20-/ $2499. Leading edge Call 3732128. All neg. 10-9-5-6
.conversion. No better to entertain at the $75/ea. 373-9883 Doug 10-9-5-6 combined. 4110 SW 34 St. #3, 336- laptop w/40/ MB hd & battery- $1995. 1 &
garnet. Mutt .... Call Ben Reed 1.800. 1128. 10-3-8-6 2 year warranties. Onsite warranties. CAR STEREO. Pioneer am/lm cast hi-
Panasonic 1180 printer- $185. HP LaserJet
3566610. 10-3-10-8 Dorm Sized Fridge 3 feet high by 2 ft. power, pre-amp, Dolby, auto reverse, secret -
$987. 3743 W. Ave.
speakers University
wide, good condition $65 or best offer. 2 Jbl Nad stereo receiver Philip code, + more, 1 yr. old $165
30 gallon hex fish tank, hood, light, gravel Call Tina or Jay at 336-0093. turntable Nakamlchl cassette deck for 12-14-52-6 3354588. 10536Time
$110. 111" color TV $60. Chris 373-7371, $750 Mountain bike 18 speed for $300 All
10-1-3-6 bed clean $60 Dresser$30 Couch prices Negotiable call 336-6576. 10-4- MV Pedulla bass guitar for sale. Fretless. to sell your Red Wagon? Hula
5-6 Five String Call for more into: 336 6396 Hoop? Looking to ? Check the
$25 Chair $10 Recliner $25 Lamps $10 buy one out
C64 w/prlnter, monitor, and 300+ programs Wicker shelves $10 Stereos $25 $45 10 8-5-6 For Sale section for great results.
modem + acc. $400. Stereo and 481-3322 Tom 10-5-36 53cm Cannondale Shimano comp. $550
tpkrt-trntbl, can, equal $200. Twin bed- obo, Fischer 5 disc cd player $300 obo, For Sale: 87 JAWA MOPED. Very low 7 REAL ESTATEHome
brand new. 376-8729. 10-1-3-6 Full size bed $75 Rattan rocker $75 Microwave JVC car cd player $425. 338-7654 alter mileage. PERFECT condition. Kept In
doors. Best offer CALL 3353917. 10-
Small 300.: 10-3-4-6
$30 book shelf $7
Ironing 8-5-6 for tale? Land (for tale? Buyers'Market
Moped, Jawa 87, perfect condition, only board $7 Chair $5 375-2786 evenings
Moving-3pc maple bdrm set $595. ? Don't let an opportunity to sell
$200. Plus, Trek 12 speed touring bike lor 10-5-3-6
]just $175. Included are specialized bike dropleal desk maple $175. wooden One way ticket from Norfolk to Atlanta your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds
shoes 335-3666. 10-3-5-6 Jazz Vertical mountain bike, brand new, kitchen set w/4 chairs $75. sleep sofa Atlanta to Miami for $70. Call Luis 375- offer you the cheapest way to
ridden twice. New U-lock goes with it. $100. ref. antique cedar chest $200 7097. 10-3-26 keep your real estate In the public eye.
LOVESEAT brown In 3785474. 10-1-2-6 Where else can you keep your property In,
the shape ol a hall $275 Call Ken at 3351421. 10-8-4-6
circle, folds out to Ig queen bed. $800 2 1 month-old mountain bikes: A Nishiki the market for as little as four dollars a
new, mult tell $200 obo. Call Jay 332- SR 500, Black lightening Cannondale, Pueblo $300 obo & a Hard-Rock $300 day? To make It even easier, you can
6396. 10-3-5-6 *SALE* $500 Obo, 3353104. 10-4-5-6 firm both with u-locks Call 377-1366 place your ad over the phone: all you
leave message 10-8-5-6 need is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call

COUCH great shape, fold out to bed BICYCLE Brand new, 50 miles, racing 373-FINO today to place your ad.
with thick mattress, rattan sides with pillows Bach Strat Trumpet $399 bike, alum. frame, Schim. 105 comp., GUITAR AMP
nice. 338.5871 please Iv message Bach Strat Trombone $299 computer, gel seat, much more Must tell Peavy Bandit 65. Clean sound, plenty
$175 neg. Holten Trombones $99 $500 Obo 335-6423. 10-4-5-6 loud, never a problem. $165- Call Bill at 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED
Guild acoustic $399
12-string guitar Head tennis raquet sale Graphit Pro. $65 REPAIR
for tale ** size with
heater and pedestal *queen* asking only Buy used- SAVE BIGI! Comp Pro. $60 Magnum Pro. $50 thermo Queen size WATERBED with bookshelf Precision Small Engine. Pickup ft Delivery
$125. Also need 4 Growl coupons. Call Gold Standard 377-2646 cover ft strings Included call 3782348. headboard, BLACK MICA. $190 obo available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace,
How 338-9755. 10-3-5-6 10-4-4-6 3717421. 10-9-5-6 across from Alley Katz 3363825. 10-31-
Full size bed $75 Dresser $30 cga monitor Selling office desk wswivel chair and DORM SIZE FRIDGE
IBM PC 5150 40MB harddrive, 5.25'drive ft card $200 Peavy Its Guitar t amp queen-size waterbed wheater.. $75 for large, ((3.6 cubic feet) 1985 Yamaha RZ-350 Exc cond. Racingkit
with keyboard, monitor, and word plct 5.0 $100 1 2400 baud practical peripheral each. Call Rusty 375-4578 after 5 pm. PERFECT condition Inc exhaust. Very fasti Last of 2-
package $400. Call 375-8885Ie.v. mettage. modem never opened $120 tcanmtn 10-3-3-6 $150 call 336-1894. 10-8-4-6
stroke street. Yellow/ blk $1350. Ray
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Punch 150 amp Hi Ionic 120 amp 12'VC SLEEP FRESHI New full size waterbed
subs custom ecloser Fix mustang Haro complete wheater + headboard. 130.00 Classifieds.
I 18 speed mountain bike. Need to sell .
obo call Raul at 378-0197/372-8094 will
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83 TOYOTA CELICA GT a/c. 5-speed. BY VONDELL you having trouble finding
RATES, low payments, last drive- good condition. $2000 Call 335.5750 3131 NW 13 St. 377-1763 your bed In the clutter?
Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packlng 1.ItlmH. WE CAN HELP!
thru service, 11 habla Espanol 377.2277 anytime. 10-5-4-9 Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil
.. Full. Days/Eves. Long dis. Gainesville Mini Storage
377CARS. WE CARE. 10-4-10-9 Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only
'84 Red Renault Encore; auto, AM/FM Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791 12-14-76- 10-5-20-11 4430 SW 34th St. 335-6793

DEPENDABLE HONDA Civic lor only stereo, low mileage. MUST SELLI! minor 11 10-5-3-11
$1000. 1983, a/c, 4tpd, runs well. Must problems Best offer takes It. 336-1379 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons Horse Boarding 45 acre (farm friendly professional
sell; It's a good deal. Kevin 335-7988 10-8-4-0 care In peaceful surroundings.
10-5-10-9 boarding woodier facilities Dally turnout grooming and TLC. 462- TYPING
msg hay rides A parties sales working 5127. 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS

1989 Honda Prelude ac ps pb Sspd power 10 WANTEDLocal students 12-14-76-11 accepted 466-3224 3758080. 12 SERVICES
window, cruise, sunroof stereo cassette. / FOR COLLEGE
13k-milei. $13950. call Bobby at 338- Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Are available! Millions go unclaimed Typing reports business A 'legal *
6389 Ive message. 10-8-10-9 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine *SUNBELT MOVING* yearly. 18003343881. resumes cassettes transcribed applications
Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10 Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies. 111950.11 letters notary ..tc. Available
86/84, Plymouth Reliant, Toyota RS, A 1- ItemHouse lull. Local/Lng dlst. 24 hours/7 days/372-2777 12-14-76-
00, 35K/82kac and lots more, asking 4 AUBURN TIX WANTEDcall Llc/lni. Priced lor Students! Marty 375- Problems In Math? Then call Greg at 12
$3SOO/$37SO neg. Call alter 6pm 378- MOVE. 12-14-76-11 3778308. Professional' Tutoring offeredat
9620. 10-3-5-9 14737768. 10-4-5-10 only $12. per hour. 1095.11 MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0339. Full
AAA STORAGE & self service computing. Open until
88 AUDI SOOOCS Turbo, isilver loaded, HELPII Need 4 tlx lor LSU game, pay top Close to UF, Convenient Personal Protection tear gas, pocket 10pm school nights. Typing starts @
sunroof, am/lm stereo cassette 10 $$$1! Call Oscar at 372-5992. 10.4-5.10 4x4x4 $15/mo sized, 1395. Great gift LCM 2841 A 1.50/pg A Resumes $8 A Self service
speakers Excellent condition $9750 negotiable 4x8x8 $30/mo/ Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. resumes A $2.50/hr/ A 15page. Laser
3321677. 10-4-5-9 NEED LSU TICKETWill 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.1771 33406. 10.3 I.28.11 typeset graphics spell check A theses
trade Gator Growl & HC Game 12-14-76-11 A papers A special characters A employment
'86 Suzuki Samurai JX, A/C Pioneer stereo Ticket. Call 3751484. 1032.10 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS databases A mallmerge A training.
many extras, great condition, 47k *FREE* WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 12-14-
miles $4500. Jell 3326150. 10-3-3-9 4 AUBURN TIX WANTEDFor Pregnancy Test 52.12
1233 NW 10th Ave.
Gainesville Women's
1985 HONDA CRX II, A/C/ AM/FM stereo Alumni. Call 3776167. 10-4-3-10 HEALTH CENTER 372-1664 Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality dependable
power sunroof 5 spd., Low miles, MC/VISA/lnsurance/ service. Reasonable rates.
720 NW 23rd Avenue
asking $5000 Call 472-6578 alter 6.00 Help Dutchmen see Americana wanted 2, 377-5055 Free Pregnancy Test Laser printer. 377-8175 til 9.00pm.. 12-
10-5-5-9 prel. 3 tlxs Auburn game will pay well 14-76-12
pm. 377-4929 (eve) 10-9-5-10 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) Member
BIRTH CONTROL National Abortion Federation
* 86 FORD MUSTANG, red excellent Gynecology Services 12-14-53-11 ...RESUMES***
URGENTLY need 2 tickets to the FloridaTennessee
condition. AC, power locks, steering Complete writing ft development ser
brakes low milage call Tara 376-2567 0444, ask for Doug game.Dean.Please 10-8-4-10 call 336- $COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships Biology and Zoology tutoring 6 yrs. experience. vices. Resume House 3718148. 12-14-
10-3-3-9 College Scholarship Locators pob $10/hr.. Renee at 4622816. 10- 7612TyplngWordprocessing.
Wanted 2 tickets for the UF homecoming 1881 Joplin MO 64802-1881 800-879- 5.5.1
Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew
7485. / WordPerfect
Will .
$ Call
gam pay good
clutch, tires, starter, battery. 84k 1053.10 **CAR DETAILERS** 5.1, quality work. fast results, low rates,
miles only $1600 or best offer call 334- Hunter Showbarn now accepting stu Total care; Handwash Handwax, Armorall dependable, personal service. Tara 332-
5290 anytime. 10-5-5-9 WANTED Urgent Volvo 2dr GLT 1984 or dents-Past UF equestrian coach, Board- tires/dash, Vacuum! Mention ad 4 1469. 12-14-76-12
thereabouts for half hr photograph Will Ing, working students accepted. Farrell spectac price, find best price-Then Call
Subaru XT Turbo 85 with a Target top and pay Immediately 375-8710. 10-9-5- Farms 472-3142 3736959. 1055.11 Typing A A Typsetting A A Resumes
digital display runs excellent needs little From $1.50pg-917 NW 13 St.
body work 2500 OBO need to sell 338- BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI! CS
WANTED 1 LSU ticket student section. VIDEO LINKWestgate WCS, Inc. 373.9822
7062. 10-3-3-9 Call 375-3198. 10-5-3-10 Military tear gas & personal protection 12-14-76-12
Info. Keychaln unit or home canister Regency Plaza
1981 VW Cabriolet Red with white top/Int. 7.115 each checks ok 110 SW 34th SI. 338.1000
Desperately seeking GROWL coupons. $ +$2.50 shipping ( TyplngALaser Typesetting Aresumes
A/C Audio Movies, VCR's, Nintendo for rent.
Sap Snny/Yamaha games
VIsa/MC phone orders) Sent Imm.dl.at.lyl ,
Call Mark or Betty at 377.1831, 10-5-3- S reports S letters S etc
$3500 obo Call Matt 3753317. Beta tapes for rent or sale.'
Sal Ile Cain,Action Seminars,6141
376-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave.
$1.00 off rental- with this ad.
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88 VW FOX a/c, power brakes, tinted win I
dows, 4-speed am/lm cassette, low Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave
miles runs great. $4500 or best offer near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
Call 373-1749 10-8-5-9 $20. 10% disc. to students. 332-8917. Join A Homecoming Tradition
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Call 3749575. 10-8-5-0 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881.


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edit. Transcribing. 373-1937. 10-29-. reliable van or pick-up truck and be available Oaks Mall. Call 378-0041 or 374-4334 lor organization that would like to earn Most insurance accepted
30-12 from 5 a.m. until 13 a.m. Monday application. 10-3-15-13 $500-$1,000 for a one week on-campus 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.
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Gator Typing la back In the SW Accurate, record and valid Florida driver li A*College Students needed Immediately hardworking. Call Lisa 0. at ((800)) 373-7070

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companies that recruit on campus. Jumpstart 10-5-5-14 5.15
looking for hard-working motivated people
AVON 375-8967
your job hunt. Contact College recruiters to work In their Palm Beach Gardens
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W. F.N. Wolf and Company Inc. OKINAWAN KARATE- Instructor Hal
office. Call Mr. Deiter /1-600-821-9494.
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ft wkd hrs, guar $4.25/hr + bonuses. Callor ticipate In new drug study for the treat- Recruiting for account exeee. (stockbrokers -
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82S-8005 Reitz Union Barber and Style Shop
Need German Tutor. 3-4 hra. weeklyMust
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EARN UP TO $500ASTHMASTUDY Have transportation. Prefer female.Call .
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Babalous NewUsedNew Records women, perms and Carefree Curls, nail

Paying $10 to qualified 18 + aged volunteers Tape ft CD I I. now open In Butler tips and manicures & morel' Call 392-
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symptoms or continuous use of medications. Subjects will drugs for asthma, high blood pressure, ordepression. for good used tapes ft CDs so call
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record information daily on a diary card. There will be ATTENTION perfect for students M-F 607 NW 13 ST 371.8190
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that's working on 1800 c.m.pu. -
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machine. block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15 French Quarter $219.00. Only 180
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FUNDRAISING Natural Foods and Vitamins Call today. 10-4-9-15
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raquetbal! frames 30% off... EZ Tennisll you.
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Men's finishes 11th I
from page 16 I golf team

her to ex-Gator Lyra Vance-UFs all-time leader in kills
with 1,248. By JEFF MORIARTY behind winner Clemson.It shot 225 to tie for 33rd place. Brian Gay
Writer was the worst showing for a UF golf shot 227 to tie for 45th, Pat Bates shot
"Suzy's a real leader and a very dynamic player," Alligator team since 1988 when it finished 12th 228 to tie for 50th,Chris Tuten shot 231
McReavy said. "She's a Lyra Vance type player, a spark- The UF men's golf team has reasonto at the Bill Bell Memorial.But to tie for 60th, John Pettit shot 233 to
plug and a crowd-pleaser with very high energy." be disappointed.The if it's any consolation, with 11 of tie for 68th and Greg Krak shot 240 to

Schutz said she chose UF because of the excellent team, which lost four starters the top 12 teams in country present, it finish 85th.
from last year,finished 11th of 15 teams was the toughest field the Gators will
coaching staff and the solid reputation of(the program. "Our inexperience showed and we
Tuesday at the Preview Invitational at see in any regular-season tournament. "
were very inconsistent this week,
But she also said it had to do with the weather."I Poppy Hills in Carmel, Calif. The course is the site of the June 1991 coach Buddy Alexander said. "But we
The Gators shot 307-289-301 in three NCAA Championship. should continue to improve the course
just didn't want to go where it's real cold." rounds for a team total of 897,30 strokes Leading UF was Tony Soerries, who of the year."

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Gaines gains coaches' respect as a starter Saturday

By ALEX MARVEZ victory. He also was awarded the game ballas "Last week, I didn't see it as starting the scrimmage and stopping their running
Writer the team's outstanding defensive player. game," Gaines said. "I just saw it as getting game." .
Alligator But Gaines will probably find himself] back into the game early. I got a lot of experience, Gaines, one of two freshman listed on the
UF defensive tackle William Gaines' first on the bench Saturday when UF plays hostto but I've got a lot of work to do." Gators'defensive depth chart, has made his
chance to start last Saturday against Missis- Louisiana State. Michael Brandon, the Gaines'performance did make an impres- presence felt this season. He recovered fum-
sippi State turned out to be a smashing Gators' regular starter, is expected to be sion on UF defensive coach Jim Bates. bles in UF victories against Alabama and
success. recovered from a bruised instep that kept "For the first game he's started as a red- Furman, and had three tackles and four
Gaines, a 6-foot-4, 264-pound redshirt him out of the Mississippi State game. shirt freshman, William did a credible job," assists entering the Mississippi State game.
freshman from Jackson,Miss.,had two tackles Gaines,though,doesn't mind returning to Bates said. "He played hard and was an "He's gotten stronger since the spring,"
] an assist and a sack in the Gators'34-21 his back-up role. intricate part of us controlling the line of Bates said.

Tennis Schutz UPs leader

players ;.9i. both statisticallyand

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t Alligator Writer But Schutz modestly downplaysthe
importance of awards.
You might think that an athletic "Junior college wasn't really that
Southern-California girl would nat- Intense,"Schutz said. "One reasonI

By MATT FOGLESON urally gravitate to a beach sport like I got so many awards was becausethe
Alligator Writer volleyball.But teams we played were real
that wasn't the case for Ga- weak, and it made our team look
The UF men's tennis program tors outside hitter Suzy Schutz, a that much better.Playing at Florida
hasn't been the same since Ian native of San Diego.It is a big step up."
Duvenhage took over in 1989, wasn't until she was a fresh- Schutz has adjusted well to the
and that's just fine with the team. r man in high school that higher level of com-
Duvenhage, who inherited a Schutz became involved petition, but she
t: team that posted a 3-20 record 'f.. with volleyball], and thenit said it's hard to ad-
the year before his arrival, has was only because her just to losing."I .
turned the program around. father put her name on want to win so
Under his leadership, the squad the (team's sign up list. w bad,"Schutz said."I

finished 14-11 in 1989 and 17-9 "" "I said,'no,, don't do think you should
last year. that dad. That's really never give up. You
Duvenhage made the impres- '"
Schutz said. can always comeback
sion of being a great coach right But jeer father did any- ,even from 14-
from the'start, junior Gary way,and despite the fact 1. It's never over
Finnegan said. "He's a winner. that the first practicewas until its 15."
We should be better than last on Schutz's birth- Schultz
ALLIGATOR PHOTO Although! she'snever
year. Each" year we're getting UF coach Ian Duvenhage will be counting on Jeff Mager to bea day, he convinced her to attend. ready to give up, Schutz is
better. team leader this season. That first practice all we did was always ready for her favorite playon
But despite the marked im- run,"Schutz said. "I didn't think of. the court- the kill.
provement, Duvenhage said he it
as volleyball.
is disappointed because his team that poll. Athens are sophomores David
has yet to play up to its full po- With such a tough" schedule] Blair ((14-19, 13-10 in doubles) "But I just kept going back. I Idon't "I love hitting more than any-
tential. Duvenhage said he is countingon and Bruce Haddad ((18-11,11-) even know why. But now I thing," Schutz said. love getting
"It's easy to take losing when juniors Finnegan and team and juniors Doug Proudian and love it. Volleyball is so much fun kills, and being the one to make
you know your team doesn't havea captain Jeff Mager to assume ((17-9,3-3)) and Jim Spencer ((19- because it's never the same." the block.] "
lot of talent," Duvenhage said. leadership roles on the team, 11, 15-7)). UF coach Marlin McReavy But the team aspect volleyball
"But it's frustrating when which finished.4-5 in the SEC last should thank Mr. Schutz for en- also is satisfying for Schutz, and
you Senior Tom Finnegan and
know that your team has talent, year. freshman Mark Merklein, the couraging his daughter. she said the Gators are improvingas
f but isn't playing successfully." Finnegan finished last year topranked 18-and-under dou- Schutz,a junior college transfer, a team'every game.
Six I IF players will with a 20-18 singles record anda bles fill is leading the Gators in kills ((147)) "It's getting better," Schutz said.
player, out the rest of the
have the opportunityto t 2-3 doubles re- and digs ((120)) this season. "But we still haven't all come together -
roster, and Bruce Berque is the
show Duvenhagethat cord. Mager, team's first-year assistant coach. And besides being a statistical in one game and shown how
they are ready to meanwhile, fin- leader, UF assistant coach Mary Jo good we are."
play to their ability ished 6-4 and 20-() Peppler said Schutz is also one of
up Duvenhage said for the
this weekend In Ath- rpDuvenhage 7. Both will playin be successful, it must play groupto as the Gators emotional leaders on Schutz said the closest the'team
ens, Ga., at the Southern Athens this a team. the court. has come to playing as a unit was
Collegiates. weekend. The team seems to rally around in a loss to seventh-ranked Illinois
Though the team's "Jeff has a lot of "Players take criticism from Suzy's emotional play," Peppiersaid. last month.

season doesn't start guts and isn't their teammates better than from I "I don't know why, exactly, We played great against Illinois -
c, until January, afraid to be aggressive "- a coach," Duvenhage said. "If a but she seems to be an emotional ," she said. "We were all play]
Duvenhage said this x teammate tells them they're center to our effort." ing together..We were all helping
weekend will give his' Duvenhage said."We're doing something wrong,they listen : each other out.
players a chance to counting and wonder why the team- The effort the Gators have made
improve their individual rank- on those two. mate would be telling them that. this season, a 6-7 record, is not After she finishes her volleyballcareer
ings and get ready for the Finnegan said he welcomesthe exactly what Schutz is used to. at UF, Schutz said she may
"season's tough schedule. idea of being a leader bothon Finnegan agreed. As'a junior college player last consider playing the beach circuit

That slate includes six South- and off the court. season, Schutz led her Grossmont for a while, but first she wants to
eastern Conference teams and "I'm a junior now and I feel I "We need to become a'team 'Community College team to a 27-1 get her degree.
three other teams that are should be a team leader," and talk to each other,"Finnegansaid. record and the state's junior college ]- Schutz is a' child psychology
ranked in the Volvo Tennis/Col- Finnegan said."I think the youn- "It's important to take it the championship. major and would like to be a coun-
legiate Team Rankings Top-25. ger players can learn from the right way when one of your play] Individually,Schutz received nu- selor for young children.
mistakes I've made in my ca- ers says' something negative merous awards during her career'at McReavy paid Schutz a great
Three other SEC schools, including reer.-" about you.,If your teammate is Grossmont, including] being compliment when she comparedsee
f ] UF, received votes in The four other men going to saying it, it's probably true." named the 1989 Junior College Na-
tional Player of the Year by Volley- Schultz, page 15

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