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Task force to examine women's health servicesBy


DEBBIE CENZIPER vices and has a list of students waiting to women's services always have been supportive odds with each other since the program's
Alligator Staff WriterA see a therapist."I in the past, but it's important to periodi- transfer. Burke said Kellett has ignored the
think It's something that, as a woman, cally review them and make sure they meet program's crisis and is unfeeling toward
task force has been created to Investi- I would like to see alleviated,"said Harman, high standards. women's issues, while Kellett said SARS is
gate women's health care services on cam- a pulmonary medicine professor.The Meek said one question she will consideris ill-managed.
pus, services that some students and task force's first priority is to elimi- the supposed de-emphasis of women's Sandeen said women have special needsin
employees say have not received a fair shake nate the immediate problem the waitinglist issues on campus. health care and the task force will review
from UF Infirmary administrators.The of a dozen students and then begin Infirmary director Boyd Kellett, who has the counseling services women receive on
Women Students' Health Care Task interviewing SARS and Infirmary officials. come under fire for some of the administrative campus and find the cause of SARS' prob-
Force, a 10-member() all-female group, will Recommendations are due Jan. 15 to Student changes he's made since he took office lems, he said.
first try to correct the alleged problems Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen, July 1989, said he will provide the task force "There has been some disagreement and
surrounding UFs Sexual Assault Recovery Health Affairs Vice President David Challoner with any information it requests. some turmoil regarding the delivery of those
Service and then create a list of recommen- and Health Affairs Associate Vice President SARS therapist Debbie Burke said she services," Sandeen said.
dations,said Task Force Chairwoman EloiseM. Kenneth finger. hopes the group is fair with its interviewsand But,he said, Kellett has done nothing but
Harman. Harman said the group will review other honest with its recommendations."I assist the program and try to strengthen it.
SARS, the school's top rapecounselingprogram issues such as last year's problems with the hope it's not just going to be a scapegoator The student task force members include
endured a management change in Infirmary's Women's Clinic and the overall a whitewashing," Burke said. 'This is Student Government Health director Michelle
July and now is under the jurisdiction of the delivery of women's health care on campus. the first time the administration ever wantedto Covington, Panhellenic Council Pres-
UF Infirmary's Mental Health Services.The Student Services Associate Dean Phyllis ask us about anything." ident Joy Taylor and Inter-Residence Hall
program lost almost half its counseling ser Meek, another task force member, said SARS and Infirmary officials have been at Association President Carina Self.


Souter's approval


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lauded criticized

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s u la, anti ud NOW, ACT UP against new justice '

sT > l'{v LJ'h 4 n4 y e By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI opinion on abortion, his past ac-
tions indicate he will leave Roe vs.
Writer
Alligator Wade, the landmark decision that
Activists on both sides of the legalized abortion, on the books,
.rfII" abortion issue reacted strongly to said UF Law Professor Fletcher
the confirmation of David Souterto Baldwin."In .
p the U.S. Supreme Court, while
It. others said Souter won't be the (Souter's) judicial career
...-, vote that makes abortion illegal. he's shown a great respect for pre-
cedent Baldwin said. "If he
over-
Despite Souter's failure to reveal
t' turned (Roe vs. Wade), that wouldbe
his position on abortion,the Senate
incredible disruption of the
voted 90-9 Tuesday to confirm him an "
stability of the court.
to the Supreme Court.
Gainesville Right-to-Life director
Lois Anne O'Malley called UF law professor Walter Probert
Souter's confirmation a victory for said he doesn't think Roe vs. Wade
women and unborn children. will be overturned in the near fu-
SEAN MEYERS ture. But Souter could be con- .
Another culture "We feel that the unborn child
will be better protected in future vinced by conservative justices to
I Emre Otay and Selquk Merter, from Turkey, explain the Nargile, a piece of their cultural court decisions," O'Malley said. restrict abortion rights, he said.

history, during Wednesday's Diversity Fair. See related story on Page 5. More abortion cases are expectedto

be brought before the Supreme "He's very strong on precedent,"
Court now that Souter has been Probert said. "But if he could be
1 confirmed, she said. persuaded Roe vs. Wade was
Fraternity ousts student senator But members of the National wrong, then he could go to the
Organization for Women said other side."
"associate member."He also said it is common for an Souter's confirmation was a threatto
By CARRIE SEGAL.
Alligator Writer associate member not to finish his pledge period. all women, especially the poor. Souter's confirmation worriedarea
"Any associate member has various responsibiliesto "Women's groups know that this activists who said they fear a
Student Sen. Travis Lynch said he was kicked out, the fraternity," Liebman said Tuesday. "They haveto is the beginning of the end of our restriction of both abortion availability
of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity last weekend for complete service projects, attend meetings and rights," said Alex Lieder, memberof as well as civil rights."I .
refusing to join Student Government's Vision Party maintain loyalty to the brotherhood." Campus NOW. "I feel like, besides -
and opting to run with the 32608 Student Coalition. He said Lynch did not attend pledge meetings or Kennedy, there's no one rep- don't know how sympathetiche'll
Lynch said he was at a chapter meeting Sunday and pay his induction fee to the fraternity. But Lynch said resenting me. I don't even feel like be to people with AIDS," said
was asked to leave the room while brothers discussed he had to attend the meetings because he, was the voting." Amy Coenen, member of AIDS Coalition
forcing him out of the fraternity. About 30 minutes associate member secretary,and he said the minuteshe Sen. Edward Kennedy,D-Mass., to Unleash Power."(Souter)
later,Lynch said a brother informed him he had been took verify this. He also said he was asked to buya was the only Senate Judiciary Com- is not going to be good for any
"blackballed. keg of beer that would suffice as his induction fee. mittee member to vote against Sou oppressed group."

As Lynch tells the story, he was ousted because he Liebman said the fraternity brothers were aware of ter.
joined SG's 32608 Student Coalition,and it would look Lynch's involvements with independent groups when "(Poor women) are the ones who correction
bad if he ran against the Vision Party,which he called they invited him to become an associate member,andit will die from illegal abortions be-
the"fraternity party." didn't bother them. cause they can't afford to go to Cynthia Chestnut won Tuesday's
'But TKE President Karl Liebman denies the alle- Lynch said another reason he was forced to de- another state," said Erika Mer- Democratic runoff with 4,351 votesto
gations and said Lynch was kicked out because he chant, member of Campus NOW. Clay Phillips'3,235.The Alligator
see Lynch, page 4 of Souter's personal reported otherwise Wednesday.
Regardless
didn't fulfill all of the obligations. of a pledge or

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2.;AtUCAf6ft,THURSDAY' ', OCTOBER 41990WHAT'S

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Supply: The Air and Waste 6:30: at the Shish Ke Bob Cafe on makers and videograpers, both ex-
Management Association will meet West University Avenue. The group perienced and inexperienced. Call
today to discuss field trips and dates promotes Palestine human rights Bob at 3364349.The .
for future meetings in Black Hall and self-determination. Call Mark at Police: The Pre-legal Honor
Room 415. Call Prasad at 3754659 or 334-5376. Society meets tomorrow at 5 p.m. fora
392-6224. Asia: The Middle East Peace social at Lord Munchies on West DBE' SEAFOOD COOKIOr1 oEA14.1T
ABC: Alpha Epsilon Delta meets Group meets tonight 8 at the Pres- University Avenue. Call Lindsay at r : : ] I
tonight at 7 in ColI of Shands Hospital byterian Student Center on West 334-9453. CBlebk r October 1 7
Communicore. Dr. Fontenot will University Avenue. Call Mark at 334- New Kids on the Block: The Stu- A
be the guest speaker. Call Mark at 5376. dent Council for Exceptional Chil- Asia
334-8952. The Beatles: The Russian Club dren meets this afternoon at 3:30: in
Crowded House: University Habi- presents Hendrick Smith's video"In Norman Hall Room 290. Call Karen
tat for Humanity meets tonight at 7 side the USSR" tonight at 7:30: in Wachtel at 373-2048.
in the Reitz Union. The room num- Turlington Hall Room 2303. All are They Might Be GlantsThe: Fili- Buy two dinners, get the THIRD one FREEI
berwill be posted in Union elevators. welcome. Call 3352747.The pino Student Association meets tonight ( (Value not to exceed price of least expensive dinner purchased.)
Call 3349180.The Animals: The Pre-veterinary at 6:30: in Reitz Union Room

Style Council: Applicationsfor club meets tonight in Reitz Union 361. Bring Gator Growl coupons. Register for THREE great prizes to he announced by Rob and WYOC's
peer counseling positions are Room 349. Call 334-7205. Call Tanny at 3781929.The Rockln' Ray Saturday October 13th at the Good Life Jubilee.
available in 311 Little Hall and must Survivor: A four-week fencing Human League: The Gay and
be turned in by Oct. 18. Call 3921575The class is held Tuesdays and thurs- Lesbian Student Union meets at One Grand Prize Rob's Pu Pu for THREE on the Dining Deck.

Waterboys: The Gator Scuba days in the O'Connell Center's mar- noon today at the Brown Bag Forumon Two Second Prizes-THREE pounds raw headless medium shrimp
Club 6 Shands tial Call Tim 3T3-6283. the Reitz Union north lawn. Call
meets toinight at at arts room. at THREEThird Prizes U-flll bushel of assorted produce.
Hospital's Sun Terrace to tour the Cutting Crew: The Cross Cut the gay switchboard at 332-0700.)
hyperbaric chamber and discuss the Film and Video Society meets tonight Kansas: Florida Rotaract meets The big THBEE-ohl FREE ROB'S SHIRTS will be given away one each
Blue Springsdive trip. Call Ellen at at 6 in Turlington Hall Room tonight at 6 in Reitz Union Room 331. hour for the first THIRTY hours of our promotion.,
336-8453. 2322. Members wishing to show There will be a slide show on South
Free: The Palestine Human their work should bring a copy on America. Call Shawn or Jason at335- Bring In this ad for THREE Free Drinks with dinner.
Rights Campaign meets tonight at videotape. The club is open to film- 7657.


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By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI as the two-week period from the end of the "As a financial aid student, it was a tremendous expect them to serve for a year, said Sen.
Alligator WriterA spring term to the beginning of the summer burden to stay here over the sum- Jill Price.
term, said Senate Judiciary Committee mer," she said. "I think what you're saying "We can't expect to have respect if our
bill that removes student senators who Chairman Adam Tanenbaum. with this bill is that students who don't have constituents think we blow off the summer,"
leave UF for the summer got preliminary Senate President Andrew Meyer supportsthe the money can't be in the Senate." she said.

approval Tuesday despite strong objectionsfrom bill and said he doesn't think there By eliminating replacements,elected sen- But Senator Glen Chancy objected to the
students who must take the summer should be any exceptions for senators who ators will run the summer Senate, making it bill because the ROTC makes him go away
off. need to leave for personal reasons. more respected, Tanenbaum said. for part of the summer.
Senators cited financial strain and ROTC
obligations as the reasons the bill should be "If you're not here for the summer, thank "A lot of people don't take the Senate Senators will cast their final votes at
rejected.As you for your time,but someone else will take seriously over the summer and try to rail- Tuesday's meeting.

the law is now written,senators leavingfor your seat," Meyer said. road things through," he said. Also on Tuesday, senators put Student
the summer appoint other students to Sen. Gloria Markus said she objected to Only 10 percent of the senators elected Government in charge of UF's Tower year
take their place. the bill because of the financial problems it complete a full year term, Meyer said. book. The yearbook has struggled financially
The bill redefines the "summer session" would cause some senators. People elect senators for a year and they during the past few years.


I I Seats added for Mac show I

Students who have not as those off. the sides or in
bought tickets yet for the front"
Fleetwood Mac Homecomingconcert The tickets were added
still have a chance Wednesday to meet heavy de-
now that 2,000 extra tickets mand,Mateu said. Originally,
have gone on sale, Student 'there were more than 11,000, e
Government Productions and all of them have been
Chairman Raul Mateu an-
nounced Wednesday.But sold.The band, touring alone to V
don't expect great promote its latest album,"Be-
seats, he said. The extra tick- 'hind the Mask," will performOct
ets are for the sections di- 17 at 8 p.m. Tickets are
rectly behind the stage. $11.50 for students and$20.50for
"Some of them will have the general public and are
obstructed view,but some are available at Ticketmaster locations
actually premium seats," ,including the University
Mateu said. Those who. sit Box Office.
right behind the stage may
actually have as good of a view PATRICIA LEE I .



I King to speak on f



racial diversityBy


Scott King Is remembered best.
PATRICIA LEE
Traveling with her husband in
Alligator Writer
the late 1950s and early '60s to
Coretta Scott King, widow of promote the Human Rights
civil-rights leader Martin Luther Movement,she occasionally sub-
King Jr., will deliver the social stituted for him as a speaker.Her
message of People Awareness autobiography, "My Life With
Week during a speech on diversity Martin Luther King Jr.," was a
at 8 tonight in the O'Connell 1969 bestseller translated Into 16
Center. languages. ''I ,- .I -
Coretta Scott King is the Although she automatically is J.S. SULLIVAN
founding president and chief executive associated with her husband, Fill 'er
officer of The Martin lu- those who have followed her career up I
ther King Jr. Center for are quick to point out the John Coughlin of Wometco Food Service restocks vending machines at Turlington Hall
Nonviolent Social Change in At work she has done on her own. Wednesday afternoon. Coughlin said the machines have to be restocked twice a day. '
lanta. She will speak about the "She's an outstanding womanin
I I
promotion of nonviolence, economic her own right," said SG Multicultural
opportunity and freedom. Affairs Cabinet Director,
The speech is sponsored by Accent Mama Weston. "Her life was a Activists, I
to
Student Government's personal struggle,yet to this day try preserve prairieAuction
speaker bureau. she still is accomplishing so
"Her speech will be a tremendous much to help others." this week may halt Paynes Prairie developmentBy 1
contribution to People Born in Alabama, Coretta
Awareness Week," said Chris Scott King attended Antioch College JOANNA GOLTZMAN said.
Tompkins, Accent external affairs Ih Ohio, where she studied Writer "If the land on the rim is developed,it will change the
director.;"She has been crucial music and education.During her Alligator quality of water, plant structure and the animal habitatof
to civil rights for everyonefor husband's career she often sang, Concerned citizens are trying to raise money to buy the prairie,"Gill said."The aesthetic value of the land
years." combining prose and poetry nar land around the rim of Paynes Prairie to prevent the has to remain constant"
Since 1974, the Center has educated rations with music. wilderness from becoming a suburb. Boca Raton developer Martin Hackman has been
groups and individuals A co-founder of the National The Grass Roots Organization, a group of local battling with city and county officials since 1988 over a
through seminars, workshopsand Black Leadership Forum, King activists, plans to hold an'auction Saturday at the proposed apartment complex on the edge of the prairie.
institutes on civil-rights is- has worked on several political Thomas Center to raise money for the preservation of The 620-unit( 45-acre Hunt Club apartment project is
sues, primarily those dealing projects and in 1977 served as a the prairie..The auction will be from 6:00: p.m.until about being held up while local environmentalists await a court
with economic justice. public delegate to the United Na- 11:30: p.m, and admission is $5. Local performers will hearing.
The center, visited by' thou tions fall general assembly. She'' provide entertainment.
sands each year,includes a non- also has traveled throughout the "We are a group of concerned Gainesville residents see Prairie, page 5
.denominational chapel, a Baptist world'on speaking tours. focused on helping to preserve land," said auction
church, an international conference For UF, King will focus her coordinator Ann Gill. "We are trying to bring groups correction
center and Martin Luther. speech on celebrating diversity together around this issue so that everyone can work
King Jr.'. to nb., the theme of People Awareness for the same cause." People Awareness Week was sponsored by UF Housing
It is by her connection to Martin Week. A questionandanswer Purchasing the 6,000 acres on the rim of the prairie the last two years. The Alligator reported otherwiseon
Luther King Jr. that Coretta session will follow. will help preserve the 18,000 acres in the center, she this page Wednesday.THURA4Y.OCT9BER4,1rALZiGAT9F.3.

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I ELSEWHEREJudge /
SENIORS GET

halts Bible readings in classroom

SHOT! !
JACKSONVILLE (UPI) A federal judge temporarily "Whoever said or suggested that the little girl sit
halted Wednesday a teacher's reading of Bible outside the classroom in a chair needs to go back and
stories to fifthgrade students at Emma Love Elemen- learn about Constitutional rights," Moore said.
tary School in Fernandina Beach, saying the practice Nassau County school superintendent Craig Marsh Become a part of Gator History!
violates the First Amendment.US. said he will enforce the court order, adding that he Make an appointment NOW for your FREE
District Judge John Moore granted the injunc- did not know anything about the Bible reading until yearbook photograph
tion sought by the American Civil Liberties Union of the Hatches complained.
Florida. He will hold a final hearing at an unspecifiedlater During the hearing, school board attorney Bill /
date. Sheppard mentioned that prayers also were offered (V 11 Photo sessions run
The parents of Nicole Hatch prompted the suit by before lunch at the school.The judge did not rule on ]r from October 1.12
bringing the issue to the ACLU after unsuccessfully that issue but said he would consider it during the '.AI::1 M-T11-7 pm
appealing to the Nassau County School Board to stop final hearing. ,; y W-Fr 9-5 pm
the practice. The suit against the board, Mitchell, Marsh and L ,' Check In at
Hatch is a student of Martha Mitchell, who has the principal of the Emma Love Elementary Schoolwas ? Rm 121 JWRU
been reading Bible stories to her students every filed by the ACLU, pending a legal challenge by i
morning and allegedly encouraging daily prayer. Hatch's parents.
Moore told Nassau County school officials that Area church and civic leaders vowed Saturday to v ? TWO
reading the Bible,Bible stories or anything regarding support the school board financially, even if it fights rWEEKS
Jesus in the classroom violates the First Amendment.The the case to the Supreme Court.
board had told the Hatches that if they did not Mitchell, 51, has said she reads from a storybookBible ONLY!
like the Bible readings, the girl could sit outside the for about five minutes every morning to settle I
classroom. down her students before class. She denied trying to
It's something you'II
. Man convicted for selling 2 Live Crew albumFORT I treasure forever1'DON'T "'
JT; r MISS

LAUDERDALE (UPI) A record store all-white jury that rap music is merely a reflectionand OUT''
owner was convicted Wednesday on obscenity parody of black street talk and is not designedto Gjc ..L r ltiSWAMP
charges for selling copies of the controversial 2 Live be sexually arousing.
Crew album "As Nasty As They Want To Be" to Under Florida law, a work is considered obsceneif
undercover detectives. it appeals to the prurient interests, or "morbid,
Merchant Charles Freeman faces up to one year shameful interest in sex," of average community
in jail and a $1,000 fine for the misdemeanor convict members.
tion. He was arrested for selling the records June 8, The judge dealt a blow to the defense when he
two days after a Fort Lauderdale federal judge de- refused to let jurors see a stack of flesh magazines, FRIDAY
clared the recording obscene. listen to two other rap recordings and watch XXX-
The five-woman, one-man Broward County jury rated videos, including "Neighborhood Nymphs.
deliberated about 31/2 hours Wednesday, followingtwo The defense hoped to show that the 2 Live Crew
days of testimony.The recording is mild compared to other materials avail
defense admitted Freeman sold the recordingbut able in the community.But .
argued he was protected by First Amendment the judge said the tapes and magazines might IT'S TIME FOR
guarantees of free speech. distract the jury from its task of deciding whetherthe
During closing arguments, prosecutor Leslie Rob- album Freeman sold is obscene.
son countered, The First Amendment doesn't mean Two music critics testified Tuesday that the album AN OLD FASHIONED
you can say what you want, when you want." has artistic merit even though it contains profanity,
She compared the language on the album to shout- sexual references and violence.
ing, "Fire!" in a crowded theater. Psychologist Merry Haber testified that people she PARTY
"There are common-sense exceptions to the First asked about the record found it to be degrading
Amendment," Robson said. toward women or occasionally humorous, but not
Freeman's attorneys attempted to persuade the titillating.
OUTDOORS AT

LYNCHfrom know if they have a president. If slate with Vision. '
page 4 they do, I don't know who he is. "I would have liked to have
I've never met him. I really don't Travis slate with the Vision Party," 1111- a. llll -----+1111 1111II
pledge lies in the system that con- know how it works." Mayeux said. "He would have :
trols SG's political parties. Liebman said he tried to slate made a good Vision senator." anu
"'0 my knowledge, there are with the Vision Party and was
four major groups on campus, and turned down because other candi- Mayeux also said his fraternity
they have group leaders, and it's a dates were more qualified. But would not kick someone out for not
corrupt system,and they exchange Lynch said Liebman didn't get being involved with the Vision
positions for servitude," he said. picked because the Vision Party Party.
"As a fraternity, you do as these and the power groups were upset I
individuals want you to, and they with Lynch for joining the Student But Browne, who ran for presi-
Coalition. dent with the Vision Party, said hewouldn't '
will get members positions (in
SG.and) help them get into Florida Student Body President Michael have wanted Lynch to join
Vision because
other candidateswere
Blue Key. Browne said TKE has no represen- '
TKE didn't like the idea of me tation in the groups and, therefore, more qualified. :In' u unI
running," Lynch said. "They be- has no power. Lynch said he joined the frater-
lieve I'm a threat because I'm not "1 ey're not in a group,"Browne nity because he read a paragraphin
with Vision." said. "They have no one in Florida a TKE handbook that describedthe I
Almost every fraternity and sorority Blue Key." group as nonpolitical.. LIVE MUSIC FEATURING:
is a member of one of four Blue Key is UF's prestigious FROM I
power groups Spe-Delt, Super leadership honorary. Many mem- According to the handbook, the : CRAWFISH1$1.00GATORTAILALE
Group,Alpha-Delt and Pi-Tau.The bers of Blue Key are active frater- TKE founders' goal was "to establish PILI-PILI FREE
group's leaders decide who is nity and sorority members and a. fraternity in which the pri-
going to run for various SG posi- active in the power groups. mary requisites for membershipwould THE OSMOND
tions, ranging from senators to stu- Lynch said the problems began be the personal worth and BOYS
dent body president. The groups when he met with Student Body character of the individual rather INSIDEOUTBARRY $1.25 SWAMP JUICE
then choose candidates to supportin Vice President Kevin Mayeux last than the wealth he possessed, the
each election. week in his office. Mayeux, a TKE honors or titles he could display, SIDES $1.0aJELLO SHOOTERS.I .
or the rank he maintained
But Liebman said Wednesday he brother, told Lynch he should not social ladder." on the BLUES BANDJOHN
knows very little about the group run with the Student Coalition because PHILIP
system and that his small fraternityis it would reflect badly on the Liebman said TKE has invited KURZWEIG
not political. fraternity, Lynch said. Lynch to come back next semes-
"I don't know if the power groups Mayeux said Wednesday that ter. Lynch said he was told to "try
have meetings," he said. "If they this meeting took place, but that to return" .in.the spring, but he
do, I've never attended one. I don't he only had asked Lynch to try to declined.


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from page 3 I Students learn about cultures at fair I


"The Hunt Club property is the only PATRICIA LEE and other groups set up tables that included Others said they were interested in learn-
parcel of land around the prairie thatwe're By traditional arts and crafts and information ing about the social and political status of
not working on purchasing," Alligator Writer about their cultures.In some countries."A .

Hutchinson said. Members of UF's minority and international the background, students from the lot of people were asking about religionand
Money raised by the auction will go student groups gathered on the Reitz Turkish Student Association, the Hispanic the social and political lifestyle," said
to the Alachua Conservation Trust, a Union North Lawn Wednesday to share and Student Association,the Vietnamese Student Emre Otay, a Turkish doctoral candidate in
non-profit organization that Is collecting promote their cultures during the first-ever Association,the Chinese Club, the Burmese coastal engineering and a member of the
money for the purchase of land around Diversity Fair. Student Association and the UF InternationalFolk Turkish Student Association. "People were
the rim of the prairie. As students walked by munching on the Dancers provided entertainment asking a lot of questions. Most of them knew
Robert Hutchinson, a member of free biscuits or chips and salsa donated by through traditional dances and skits. nothing about Turkey and wanted to find out
ACT, said private citizens have to step local vendors, they were surrounded by art, "There was so much to get out of it," as much as they could."
in because state officials may not buy music and dancing from various cultures of French Club President Etienne Houseknechtsaid. Also at the fair were representatives from
''I' the land in time to keep developers out. the world represented at UF. "People seemed really interested. We Volunteers for International Student Affairs

; "The state could purchase the land Representatives from the French Club,the had some people that speak only a little and the United Nations Club.
directly, but they have a priority list 60 Friendship Association of Chinese Studentsand French come by wanting to know about our "For a first-time effort, it went especiallywell
items long and Paynes Prairie is 54th on Scholars, the India Club, the Black Stu- meetings so they could learn more about the ," said Marna Weston, Student Govern-
, that list," Hutchinson said. 'The state dent Union, the Hillel Jewish Student Center culture." ment Multicultural Affairs Cabinet director.
doesn't have enough people to work on
all of the list."

All of the items to be auctioned, including
art, food, beverages and enter
tainment, have been donated by local
businesses and private artists. Auction
items include everything from dinners
and antique furniture to jewelry and
balloon rides over the prairie.

Entertainment for the event will include
singers KiKi Carter,Cathy DeWitt
and Sayers Green. Bands such as Prairie
Fire, the Don David Trio and Flash
Silvermoon also are scheduled to ap
pear.

"We're not looking to collect millionsat
the auction," Gill said. "We're just
trying to raise the thousands we need in L.E. BASKOW
order to tap into the millions that are I Fan dancers from the Vietnamese Student Organization performed Wednesday In the Diversity Fair, on the Reitz Union's North I
already available." Lawn.

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semester, Student Government forms one or two 00
parties, and each signs about 40 candidates to run for Stu-

dent Senate. In the spring, student body presidential, vice
presidential and treasurer candidates also come before I
students and ask for their votes.

And every semester, the area around Turlington Hall is
flooded with colored signs, balloons and fliers.

And every semester, those party organizers draft a list
of promises they guarantee to deliver to students if theyare .... ,

elected. <<>_II.JL_
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But every semester, the long list of promises comes no-
where near being fulfilled.

Some elected leaders are able to accomplish five to 10 I own elevator buttonsIn
of their 15 or so goals. Student Body'President Michael your

Browne says he's checked off 11 of the 20 promises he
made on his platform in February. And he that, with Washington, D.C., the federal government hires
says > Ed Scales
funny little people who sit on stools in elevators and
five months left in his term, he won't get to the other push the buttons that control the elevators. That's O

nine. their only job. They don't type, do windows, write N POLITICSpoliticians
speeches, make policy decisions, or anything else.
That success ratio is just a little more than 50 percent. Occasionally, they'll tell an elevator-riding tourist was merely a hollow threat, one that's
Not real successful.The who is unaware of the button-pusher's function that inevitably, and effectively, used to scare people into
and the like.
taxes
the tourist shouldn't push the buttons. One scolded raising
things Browne has accomplished are certainly out- me once, cautioning, "Hey, that's my job." In fact, UF President John Lombardi! recently used
standing. He successfully lobbied state lawmakers to It's my guess that their elevator button-pushers such a threat (closing down UFthis summer) to solicit
bring money to UF for more campus lighting. One of his would've been the first beheaded if the $100 billion badly needed money, and control over it, for UF. The
pet projects, which he calls "Veins of Safety," is designedto GrammRudmanHollins ax would've fallen.Wouldn'tthat Alligator's editorial staff is currently using such threatsto
add dark have been a shame? try to get votes for Lawton Chiles.
lights to campus walkways and connect themto
Boy,wouldn't it have been just terrible if the President
well-lighted areas. and Congress hadn't reached a budget agreementby An threats aside, it's time for Congress and the
President to show some leadership and voluntarily cut
Monday's deadline? Imagine the effect on the
But what bothers is what Browne himself admits
us world's greatest government.We would've been forcedto the federal budget. They should act not because of
some things never should have been promised becausehe suffer all those doomsday side-effects ... Congres- the impending "doom" of Gramm-Rudman-Hollings,
doesn't have the authority to do them. He says he sional staffing cuts,limited franking privileges,federal but because federal government,especially the budget
should have left off items such as getting students prior- hiring freezes and no more elevator buttonpushers.Most that fuels it,has become an unmanageable monstrosity
ity seating at concerts because the tickets are run decent folks would've flocked to Massachusetts. threatening our nation's future.

through Ticketmaster and he has no ability to change Seriously, if the federal budget were cut to $100 Such deep uncoerced cuts would,at the very least,
billion, it still would be than
bigger last fiscal year'sbloated
that. force government officials to learn to operate respon-
budget. So, what would've really happened if sibly. It also would force tourists to learn to operatethe
Students know that now, but they certainly didn't know an agreement hadn't been reached?Not a damn thing. elevators.Ed .
The average American's life wouldn't have been affected -
that when they chose him.
one iota. Scales is a third year law student, was last year'sstudent
Before Student Government leaders write those prom- Sure,there would've been some belt-tightening,but body president au served 0" the Florida Board
the "holocaustpredicted by the media and some of Regents in 1987-88.
ises and distribute them to 34,000 students, they should
look into how much power they have to accomplish those LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

goals. Time to hear the COAR used to fight to protect stu- knows that COAR's objective is to
dents. Now it it is
seems fighting educate people about date rape.
We're not saying candidates shouldn't tell students for political clout. I have with brutal
other side of issue watchedas What date rape has to do
what they stand for. But because SG doesn't have a lot of Charlie Grapski vocalized his slayings is beyond me.AH I can say
philosophical political differences, the party platforms are Editor:Outrage doesn't even beginto concern for COAR. Until recently, is that it is embarrassing to see
all students have to go on when choosing who to vote for explain the way I feel after read- I thought this was a true concernof fellow students grandstanding on
all the more reason to make sure those platforms are ing the column by Steffani Pfeiffer his. such a tragedy.
true representations of a party's plan. concerning COAR and SARS. UF Now,however, I can see that he How dare you exploit the tragedy
has not been destroying COAR; is doing nothing more than political that took these young lives to
COAR has been destroying itself. posturing, as is evident by his recent promote your cause!You should be
COAR needs to function as the stu- announcement that he plans ashamed, Ms. Pfeiffer.
alligator dent organization it now is. COAR to for
run student body president. that I will
You' be certain
Editor ,can
fought to be funded by SG and is In
book
my who
anyone uses a look into COAX as I hope all cO1'cerned !
A. Plunkett whining to Dr. Kellett
Judy now about sensitive issue such as rape to so- students will I also will
Managing Editor Opinions Editor. how it is being suppressed. Dr. licit political support is obviously speak with Dr. Keflett' about the
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier Kellett no longer has any say about nothing more than a groveling po facts of COAR's transfer to SG. I
the funding of COAR. SG has the litico.
final word.I never thought this would be nec&only
Letters Policy According ,but it is obvious that we have
Utters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about ont 8-by-lO page). They should M to Ms. Pfeiffer, if
have been
typed, They Include t name, address and telephonenumber. following this issue COAR had spoken at Preview, the heard one side of the issue.
doublespacedbe withhold If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call for months and,until now,felt very victims of the recent tragedies Hillary UM3HH.
tIIIlCItorI.. page editor at 31W44M. sympathetic to COAR's may
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The infirmary employs a staff of eight real doctors. The Student Health Care Center no longerAll

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infirmary. 8-11 am & 5-8 pm walk-ins and those with health fee per credit-hour, paid by all students,

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Staff, Department: of Pediatric Oncology, Oklahoma Health Science Center, 1971-3 Physician. U.S.Air Force Italy 1981-4
Private Practice, Los Angeles, 1973-75 Flight Surgeon, U.S.Air Force Nuclear Air Base Michigan, 1984-5
Staff, Development Evaluation Center, and Hematology Family Practice, Gainesville, 1985-7
Oncology Area Consultant North Carolina, 1975-8 Staff, UF Infirmary General Practitioner 1987-present
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Regional Alachua General, and Bradford County 1988-present
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While many musical acts outside theTop40 London's Wembley Stadium during the
mainstream may embrace obscurity and :.J Stones'early-'8Os Tattoo You tour. Simpson
bark at conformity,the newly reunited original calls the audience his band's biggest ever.
lineup of reggae group Black Uhuru Is ."',"I" : In 1985. Black Uhuru "reformed,* with
ready to reap the rewards of 16 years of hard 4 ." Delroy 'Junior Reid replacing Rose on vo-
labor. cals. Brutal followed. On the band's sub

The group's founder and 16-year mainstay, sequent album.Positive Janet Reid replaced
Derrick"Duckte" Simpson. believes that be- Puma,who died of breast cancer earlier this
fore Black Uhuru can compete in the Ameri- year. The new decade sees another new
can music marketplace, it first must adaptits lineup for Black Uhuru. Well, actually, not
sound to suit American tastes. all that new.Simpson .

It's not a question of art. It's a question of has re-teamed with his former
survival. rasta mates Carlos and Dennis, and the
result Is tour and the trio's
a new first-ever
"If reggae doesn't change we die from
full-length album. Now on Mesa/Blue Moon
hunger," Simpson says. "WeVe got to diluteit
Recordings.The songs on Now cover a wide
and make it commercial like UB40 and
The Police.: array of topics ranging from indifference to
freedom to war to drugs.
Simpson formed Black Uhuru In 1974 with
Black Uhuru's music Is not without its
Don Carlos and Rudolph "Garth Dennis.
Critics have dismissed
challengers. two
Ironically, In 1976, after the original trio
on the new album the love
songs song
released Its first single "Folk Song Carlos
Thinking About Youand the of Jim
cover !
left to pursue solo dreams, and Dennis
Hendrix's Joe tokens to
hooked up with The Wailing Souls.Like The ', "Hey as satisfy
J:y i t
aAb M6 the rock crowd and perhaps win the band
Temptations'Williams and more recentlyThe
Cure's Robert Smith, Simpson plodded financial accolades.Simpson shrugs at such
criticism. After all has
everyone to eat.
on continuing to wave the Black Uhuru ASSOCIATED BOOKING CORP
"When do things militant, it's not
banner as members came and went along Black Uhuru's newest and original lineup are (from left) Don Carlos, Garth Dennis you
selling he says."How are you going to live?
the
way. and Duckie Simpson. They're set to play at Central City Tuesday night.
Vocalists Michael Rose and the late Puma They expect reggae artists to be artistically
this era. Stone applauded the Red album as one of the successful rather than financially success
Jones, along with rhythm masters Sly Dun-
bar and Robbie Shakespeare(perhaps better By the mid-80s internal turmoil had splin- best of the 80s, Simpson has yet to reap ful.
tered the band. Simpson blames the mid- financial rewards from Black Uhuru's critical Simpson considers American
!known as simply Sly and Robbie), were people's unWillingness
integral elements of Black Uhuru's sound decade "downfall" of Black Uhuru on Island success. to accept music from other cul-
during the band's midto late 70s and early Records, which at the time was the band's They (Island Records) say I owe them tures performed by people from other
'80s heyday. Love Crisis, SensMUa. Red label. Today animosity still exists between money" Simpson says. "But I don't have cultures to be another barrier standing between
(which ranked No.23 on Roiling Stones's best Simpson and his former label and litigation anything to show for It." Black Uhuru and American fame.

of the '80s list a dubious distinction to (pending. Before the"downfall.Black Uhuru toured "Whoever sings reggae apart f from Jamai-
Simpson),?he DUb Fadarand Anthem,which As Simpson puts it,Black Uhuru came out with such established rock notables as The cans make money he says citing UB40 and
became reggae's first-ever Grammy winner, empty-handed after recording about five albums Police and The Rolling Stones. Simpson and The Police. "In America they promote their
were the band's musical statements during for Island Records.Even though RoUlry company played two shows with the latter atm music;: whether it's black or white.


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I P99..ON THE BIG SCREEN..I I This week, APPLAUSE has a very special treat in store

for you. You can all kick back, break out the Kool-Aid and

relive those special moments of your long-gone childhood
Center ((372-5347)) GoodFel- Come In Peace, Pacific{/ Heights, (midnight Frl, Sat) spent sitting on the brown, plaid sofa in front of the telly.
las Death Warrant, Marked for Postcards from the Edge, Pumpup Plata ((378-2434)) 1 Come In
Death the Volume Peace, Pacific(/' Heights Narrow APPLAUSE has prepared a special guide to help you plan
Cinema N Drafthouse ((376- Oaks 4 West ((331-8118)) Fantasia Margin those class-skipping mornings and afternoons.
6843)) Men at Work (starts Fri) (starts Frl), Funny About Reitz ((392-1655)) Last TangoIn Also, get the scoop on the latest offering from those

Hippodrome ((375-HIPP) The Love, Ghost, GoodFellas Parts (Thu), My Left Foot(Fri crazed metal moguls, Jane's Addiction. Find out why MI-
Last Exit to Brooklyn(Fri. Sun) Oaks 8 East ((331-8818)) Sat), In a Lonely Place (Mon),
chael Keaton is Melanie Griffith bonkers
driving absolutely ,
Litchfield ((336-0408)) Hard- State of Grace (starts FrO), 2001: A Space Odyssey (Wed)
ware, Marked Jor Death (start Darkman, Dick Tracy Flatliners Royal Park ((3734277)GhostDadPoskardsJromthe) and read up on Gainesville's latest night-life happenings.
FrO), Memphis Belle(sneak pre- I Come In Peace, Narrow Remember Growl is only 14 days away (not counting
view Sat), Death Warrant, Flat- Presumed Innocent, ,
Margin Edge Pretty Woman, Total Recall -
of this Growl will
today, course) Maybe year give us enough
liners Ghost, GoodFellas, I The Rocky Horror Picture Show
controversy to keep APPLAUSE rich with conversation

I P.....SOUNDS IN TOWN...... pieces until next semester. Maybe there'll be somethingmore
substantial than last year's lame "glory hole" skit. Who

Central City Black Uhuru Gathering Lounge The Core Homecoming Kick-off Swamp knows maybe something like M.C. Hammer on crack or
(true) [374-8002] [332-7500) Party with The Osmond Boys Pee Wee Herman on steroids.
Club Gravity Sinan Bane Hardback Cafe Pez with Pill Pill, Inside Out John
Speaking of the Hammer, in about 33 days (give or take
with The Youngles (Thu) ((373- Toast (Fri), Subject with Tac- Kurzwelg and the Barry Fides
8337] tile Cinema (Sat), What Anne Blues Band (Fri) [331-0110] an hour or two), the holy rapper will grace the O'Connell
Charlie's Smokln Gun (Frl Likes (Mon), The Dwarves with Napolatano'a Jerry Gordon Center stage, baggies and all. Expect an out-of-control
Sat), Share D'Llght (Wed) Schlong (Tue), The Rlddlers (Frl Sat), Beat Street (Sun) crowd filled with star-struck teens. Don't expect much more,
[371-8069] with Kick Sheila (Wed) ((372- [332-6671]
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Anita Brunette (Tue Wed) 1010] (Fri) [392-1655]
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Einstein's Aleka's Attic, Davis Trio (Frl Sat) [3772927 and the Tornadoes (Thu), Dem
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T and Jump around grinning like barrassing for the author of bins whose band, Big Black, Wade and Frog
0ray. fools. "1%" and "Jane Says." defined the harsh 'Chicago Brtsol SmellypusA

Overall, the sound and sense If you're just jonesing for a sound in the early '80s. sound reminiscent of '60s

of Ritual doesn't waver much tasty power groove, this bandis Noise comes and goes like acid rock is probably the best
from the usual Jane's formula: still the best connection with
someone describe Brtsol
playing a light way to Smelly-
effect-drenched sheets of gui- around, and it deserves all the switch. "Glorious staggers pus, a tape from Wade and
tar-sound washing over and success It can cop. As is too along amidst occasional rough Frog of Hazel Syllabus whichis

around a funky, off-center often the case, public acclaim guitars. 'Metal Man begins In- now available at Hyde and

rhythm section of upbeat may have caught up with nocently enough, then breaks Zeke's. One could also de-

songs, with an occasional long, Jane's Addiction Just when Its into sporadic fits of distortion. scribe It as different, unique,
v slow, dreamy tune thrown in rush has begun to give way to Other tracks like "Lime House" original very creative and/or

.r for range and an undeniably the nod. and "Opcnncd"are all grit. Still music Intended for listeners to

beautiful aesthetic effect. BY BRIAN DOHERTYThe others, notably "Hellhound," get stoned to. The tape sounds
On Ritual, the long, slow, "
"Fortunately Gone" and "Doe, like a cross between Pink
dreamy ones get longer and k have the buoyancy of Floyd and Ultimate Spinach,

dreamier and are segregated to Donelley's Throwing Muses. complete with background

side two allowing those who The lyrics on Pod weave screaming and mood-setting
still buy vinyl or cassettes to
.
strange fabrics. "When I Was aPainter' keyboards.The
choose which side of Jane'sAddiction's
deals with a seedy re- tape bears a warning
personality they
like best. lationship: "When I was a label, "not to be sold to anyone
painter I painted you wellToo under 18."The second song on
I'd choose the quicker and
Addiction bad I have to die/ You broughtthe the first side is entitled "F#$&
harder songs, for the reason
Ritual de lo HabitualThe that Ritual is, on balance, a essentials: perversion ap- Me Till My P#$%& Hurts; butIf
pealAnd many lovers at onetime an acronym rather than the
latest release from L.A.'s to
disappointment someone ...20 hours later I fill the full title had been used on the
like who has of
progressiveintellectualmetalpervertkings me thought
roomWith bad sex and bad cover there would have beenno
Jane's Addic- these guys as one of the purest *
Breeders TV. reason for the la-
tion debuted at Number 36 on and finest bands in the world warning
Pod On "Iris" a girl sees her life bel. Since there are no discern-
Billboards album charts. Not since first hearing them In fall
Some "interbreeding" of sorts as a flower would: "Four hoursto ible profanities on the tape,
dlf- 1987.
bad for a group that plays
has been going on lately. daylight/ Four hours and the reason for the label is un
ftcult-to-categorlze, intensepowernoise
Jane's Addiction's lyricist The Breeders, a new band onBritain's thenPour water on meTill I clear. In fact, there are few
led by a preten-
Farrell Is self-ab- "
Perry a
discernible
live
4AD label, are the again. lyrics.
tiously arty, self-conscious, sorbed, "poetic" ranter, lec-
freaky "white rasta" with a ten- turer and amateur ethicist in offspring of two of Boston's Deal's lyrics are mixed with Although Brisol Smellypus'

dency to make album covers the "shaman" tradition of Jim most well-known contemporary child-like naivete: and cyni- sound Is far from studioperfect -

that most staid record stores Morrison. What has made bands, The Pixies and cism. She speaks to suburbia's the mixing was welldone.To .
refuse to display. Jane's Addiction Throwing Muses. Kim Deal, repressed dreams cut short on get the full effect of this
more special The Breeders' lead vocalist and "Opennlng," where she sings tape, headphones are useful
Everyone who slowly drib- than other somewhat funky, guitarist, also plays bass for "and In kitchen In Kentucky/ because there are lots of recording

bled Into Jane's Addiction's crunchy, hard-hitting, rad- The Pixies, a 4AD band since She thinks she's Peter Pan/ tricks, such as pan-
audience as a result of the dude bands that they other- Its 1987 debut. The Breeders' and in the bottom of a concrete ning.A .

band's first two LPs or long wise superficially resembleThe other guitarist, Tanya basementRobin flies again.*
( Red Hot Chili Peppers, letter which accompaniedthe
stretches of probably
touring Donelley, Is a member of Deal either wrote or cowroteall
Colour, etc. school) IsPerry's tape stated. "These songs
this the It came Living
day
bought Muses another 4AD
Throwing ,
of the tracks on Pod except and ?'
'pieces are some experi-
refusal to falsify or ba-
and blame
out, no one can
band "
"Happiness Is a Warm Gun, a ments on their (Wade andFrog's
nalize the of human ex-
range
them. The first two albums are
While The Breeders are com- cover of the Beatles' tune. The ) four-
periences and emotions for the newly acquired
absolute classics
no question.
posed entirely of women, it's Breeders' *
sake of a pop lyric.In epileptic renderingcomes track. If you love the soundof
Does Ritual de lo Habitual not the stereotypical "all-girl close at times to simu- King Crimson and other psy-

stand up? At the start, doubts this area Ritual falters. band." That is, unless one lating the sound of someone chedelic rock types from the

melt. The record begins with a Some of its lyrics drift Into an thinks of the Bangles trappedin pulling a knife through one of '60s and have been waiting for

female voice explaining In expressionism too abstract for a garbage disposal.Pod those sharpeners on the backof something new to chill out to,

Spanish that Jane's Addictionhas the listener to get any sort of grinds with sparse, often an automatic can opener. you're in luck. On the other

more influence on children grip on what the hell Perry's grating, minimalist guitar, And even after cutting hand, if '60s psychedelic Isn't

than parents do. Then, one of raving about. And the ones reminiscent of songs like "Gi through tin cans The Breeders your favorite musical genre

the band's patented hit-the- that are clear tend toward the gantic from The Pixies' Surfer like a Glnsu, can slice a Wade and Frog's musical "ex

roof explosions kicks Into puerile, like the sophomoric Rosa album. But that's no sur- tomato like this because periments' may leave you feel-

fourth gear, and It's time to anti-ethlcism of "Ain't No prise considering that both they're all edge.BY Ing like an abused guinea pig.

drop those school books, kids, Right," which is just plain em- were engineered by Steve Al- CHRISTIAN FUENFHAUSEN BY S. HEALY

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happens to all of us. extensive research during my two black and white ones where
As motivated a student as I'm years of college. I am better Samantha does housework in
sure you are, we all have those versed In "Cosby Show" lore than micro mini-skirts. Agnes
days when skipping classes and American history, and I'm proudof Moorehead is great as Endora, .. i
spending a day on the couch In it. Samantha's meddling mother,
front of the television Is the only You should never feel guilty for who wears green and purple.out-
possible way to survive. skipping class to watch televi- fits that match her eyeshadow.
This guide Is meant to help you sion. Often you can learn more
choose the shows that will make in one episode of "Bewitched"than "Sesame Street" 9 a.m.WUFTIf
your day a pleasant one and to in a whole week of psychology -
avoid the shows that may leave class. you scoff at this wonderful
you nauseous or brain dead. show as merely kid's television,
You may notice that many of you obviously haven't watched it
these shows appear only on cable THE BEST OF THE BEST in a while. Full of cheerful
TV. There Is a reason for this. If Muppets, songs and adorable
you live without cable In Gainesville "Bewitched" 8:30: a.m. WTBS cartoons, this show Is at once funny cartoon. The "Honeymoon-
you get only three or so clever and bizarre. Kermit, Oscar ers"-inspired story of a Stone Age
channels, one of which Is a weird Samantha Stevens Is the and Big Bird are still around, as family and its goofy friends was
sort of MTV. Cable Is well worth housewife with a difference well as some new Muppets. Oscar once a very popular prime-time
the cost, and a remote control Is she's a witch who can make any- the Grouch now has a sexy show. Watch for clever gadgets
essential. thing happen by wiggling her Grouch girlfriend, and the appar- such as the record player that
Before I begin I'd like to say nose. Makes you sort of wonder ently ageless Gordon and Maria uses a bird's bill for a needle or
that I feel uniquely qualified to exactly what she does for Darren are married and have a baby. If the shower hose that is actuallyan
discuss this topic, having done off-screen.The best shows are the only life were as happy and cuteas elephant's trunk.
this show..

"Lost in Space" 10 a.m. USA "Press Your Luck",4 p.m. USA
channel channel

From the theme song to the This is absolutely the dumbest
low-budget special effects, this game show ever invented. It is so
hour-long science-fiction show is dumb that it's a classic to be
an exercise In cheesiness. The savored and watched with friendsso
basic plot concerns an all-Amer- you can be sure you're not Just
ican family marooned on an alien imagining it. Contestants answer
planet, sort of a "Gilligan's Is- questions in hopes of winning
land" in space. Notice that the really lame prizes but the whole
futuristic" style of the two teen thing is complicated by these
vixens on the show consists of weird cartoons that unexpectedlycome
early '60s beehives and silver go- onscreen and jeer at the
go boots. Trivia note: "Lost in contestants. This, of course,
Space" was on opposite "Star comes complete with sound ef-
Trek" In prime time many years fects.You have to watch the showto
ago and it beat "Star'Trek" so realize the full extent of its
soundly in the ratings that it was dumbness.
canceled."I .
"Golden Girl 4:30: p.m.
Love Lucy" 12 p.m. WOGX WESH

This sexist, racist, classic storyof My grandmother loves this
a wacky wanna-be star and her show about four vibrant elderly
Hispanic singing stud husband is women who share a home in
yl fun to watch If you can turn your Miami, and so do I. For one thing
brain. off for half an hour. The these ladies are surprisingly sar-
next time you watch, see If you castic and funny and they talk
can tell if the show is one of'the about sex a lot.,'Betty White as
later ones when Lucy and Desi the perpetually dazed Rose is
aM were divorced in real life, and hysterical and her roommate
V fighting viciously. Try to predict Blanche is the horniest silver-
what hare-brained scheme Lucy haired vixen.on two? legs.
will come up with to get herself
out of trouble. Laugh uproari- -"Perfect Strangers". ,4:30 p.m.
.I ously as Lucy mimics Ricky's bro- WOGX
ken English for the billionth time.
Wonder if people in the '50s had This is absolutely my favorite
very small brains. show as mindless as it is, and
not just because I'have a secret
"The Fllntstones 3:30:: p.m. crush on Balkl (Bronson
WTBS P1nchot).nls tale of a would-be
swinger and his recently immigrated -
Besides the fact that "The cousin who share an
Flintstones" is on in the, afternoons apartment, 'in ,Chicago recycles :
to save you from having to plots from "I Love Lucy"but gives \
watch soap operas this is a pretty .them .a )weird; ,,twist,.with?Bajkl's6APPlAUSE. /
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in a boat? I'm pretty convincedhe nel, with the exception of"Twin
didn't want to leave becausehe Peaks" v
was the most attractive man
on the Island, and he had the full
BLESSovR
attention of both Mary Ann and Face it these shows are Intellectual -
-, Ginger. Bob Denver was much wastelands, filled with
\ REST better as the beatnik Maynard G. perfectly groomed people with
noneforeigner Krebs on "Dobie Glllls." names like Brant and Cecilia
g r whining about their problems. Do
= --, (' ."1-.ft "Geraldo" 9 a.m. WOGX your brain a favor and tune out.
.:
;;..- e. This man gives new meaning to "Mr. Belvedere" 2 p.m. WOGX
m the phrase "trash journalism."
r \ vVV Oprah covers the same stuff, but This show about a sarcastic
at least she wears Interesting British housekeeper for a big fam-
clothes. Did anyone else besidesme ily is not even worth writing
1 q cheer when the skinhead about, except to say that after
broke his nose? this show got canceled from its
prime-time slot, the actor who
"Silver Spoons" 9:30: a.m. played Belvedere showed up in
WOR character on one of those late
commercial programs where they
Ricky Schroeder was born to bea sell useless products to extremely
televison teen idol acting enthusiastic audiences.
10 ability,charm, and oh,those dim-
ples. Seriously, even though I "Webster" 2 p.m. WAWS
remember having a crush on the
Ricker as a pre-teen now I can't Since there Is nothing good on
watch this show without seeingin at 2 p.m., you might be forced to
\ it all that is wrong with Amer- watch this show, but I wouldn't
ican culture. This appalling show recommend It. Webster Is a tiny,
about a cute teen and his child- cute black child who lives with a
ish, irresponsible father Is com- wealthy, white family. It takes up
pletely unredeeming, except for where "DliTrent Strokes" left off,
the theme song, which I rewrote but Emmanuel Lewis as WebsterIs
the words to and turned Into an so disgustingly cute that you
anthem celebrating incest. may have to leave the room to
throw up."The .
"Highway to Heaven" 11 a.m.
antics. Watch for Balk "Laverne and Shirley" 5 p.m. WOGX Facts of Life" 2:30: p.m.
and his cousin Larry doing the WTBS WOGX
"dance of joy." and notice that at On "Highway to Heaven," Mi-
the touching end of every show, This story of two :working chael Landon, just as sicken- This show was not that bad
they play the same schmaltzy women with drab, miserable lives ingly parental and wise as he was back when there was a huge
music. "Perfect Strangers" is hi- and bizarre neighbors is one of on "Little House on the Prairie: bunch of girls including Molly
larious on a "Three Stooges" kind two successful spinoffs from but here he gets his authority Ringwald, living in the dormitoryof
of level. "Happy Days" (and the other one directly from God. Basically he's the Eastland School for Girls.
isn't "Joanle Loves Chachl"), The an angel on an Earth mission to But it gradually dwindled downto
"The Brady"Bunch",4:30 p.m. exceedingly slimy Lenny and rld the world of evildoers.. This Blair. Tootle, Jo, Natalie, Mrs. .
WTBS Squlggy are a strange contrast to show is so moralistic it could Garrett and her great big hair. It's
the lascivious Laverne and the make you regurgitate your Fruit funny to watch the later shows
always prim and proper Shirley. Loops, not to mention that Lan- when all of the girls have gradu-
It Is one of life's great tragediesthat Watch as the girls put their heads don wears open-collar shirts that ated and have no good reason to
some of these great showsare together to hatch schemes to win his chest fur peeps out of. still be on the show.
on at,the same,time 4:30: love, money or stardom. Did you
p.m. ever wonder, as I did. why La- "Home" 11 a.m. WCJB "Mister Rogers' Neighbor
"The Brady Bunch" Is a well- verne and Shirley spent so many hood" 3 p.m. WJCT
known cult classic. The very '60s years sleeping in the, same bed- Gary Collins, sensitive guy from
comedy Involves a single woman room? I mean, Carmine never the old "Hour Magazine: and an Fred Rogers, everyone's favorite
"bringing up three very lovely even asked questions.THE eternally changing array of children's host on Quaaludes, is tit
girls" and a man named Brady blonde hostesses teach you how so low-key that you may not make
"who was busy with three boys of to do everything you never through a half-hour of his company -
his own," The two meet and form WORST SHOWS wanted 'to do in your home. .
.00 well, I'm sure we can all sing There's a semi-celebrity on every This man is older than God,
the song. Marcia and Greg are the "Gllllgan'a Island" 8 a.m., day teaching how to do such and while I remember watchingand
hippest. teens on, the, tube, and WTBS things as make a wall hanging liking this as a child, now it
Mike and Carol combine parental from toilet paper canisters. The; bores me to tears.Remember .
,wisdom 'with ;strange, '60s hair- There are some who claim this most bizarre show was the one
cuts.This show is worth watching story of seven people stranded on where the blonde Barbie Doll-like that this is only one
Just to get'a look at the,authentic, a deserted island is funny,but I ''Landers twins gave instructionson person's opinion mine. And if
'60s fashions and to wonder how find it appallingly stupid. The how to make facial masks out you follow this guide and turn
six kids live together in only two professor could make a nuclear of avocados and cream cheese. Into a television junkie like me,
bedrooms without ,ever trying tow reactor''out of a coconut and don't blame me when you fall

I b ,t; ach.:other.up,. "sand, but, he ,couldn't fix a hole Any soap opera on any chan- psychology.



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accommodate national television broadcasting schedules, the time of Saturday'sgame TODAY d
with Louisiana State has been changed to 7:30: p.m.
Because of the evening game schedule, all members of the university communityare PEOPLE AWARENESS WEEK J
urged to continue to take extra precautions to ensure personal safety. EVENTS-Coretta Scott King, 8 p.m.,
Produced ty UF information and Publications Services. 355 After the game, travel with a friend or in a group to your destination. Special ar- O'Connell Center; three "Eyes on the
T pert Hall, and paid lot at usual advertising rates to communicate rangements have been made with SNAP (Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol) to provide Prize" film showings on Housing Channel
official notices and important information to escort services to students after the game. Please go to Gate 4 students (acuity and start Call 392 0186 Center in order to obtain an escort. Additional security officers will be present aroundthe "Ain't Gonna Shuffle No More" at 10
stadium after the game is over. p.m., "A Nation of Law?" at 11 p.m.

Students are also reminded not to throw any objects in the stadium, and to observethe MULTIMEDIA SEMINAR, "Trends
strict ban on alcoholic beverages as well. Students found to be in violation of these and Directions in Multimedia," by IBM
UF Task ForceTo rules will be ejected from the stadium and referred to the Student Judicial Affairs Of multimedia specialist Maria Tripode, 9
fice. Violators' tickets will be taken away for the remainder of the season, including a.m. to noon, E118 Computer Sciences
Homecoming and Gator Growl. and Engineering Building. To register,call
Review Women'sHealth Gator fans are asked to continue to demonstrate good sportsmanship, both to LSU 338-3314.
guest and to the national television audience that will be watching. ANTHROPOLOGY LECTURE, "Wo-
Care NeedsThe men, Whiteness and Commodity Fetish-
ness in the Ecuadorian Andes/ by M.J.

University has formed a Women Weismantel, anthropology professor at
Rule Amendment
Students' Health Care Task Force in Promulgation Underway; Los Angeles' Occidental College, noon,
response to increased attention recently 376 Grinter Hall.
focused on problems associated with the Hearina Deadlines Set For Oct. 11., 17 MUSIC SEMINAR, "Alexsandr (sic)
Sexual Assault and Recovery Service. Borodin: Chemist and Composer,"by UF
"We want to affirm our commitment to Several new rules are being pro changes in the faculty pay plan, Rule music professor David Kushner, 1:55:
mulgated at UF in compliance with the 6C1- .002 is repealed. Rule 6C1-7.010 is 120 Music .
providing excellent quality health care to p.m., ENTOMOLOGYNEMATOLOGYSEMINAR
Administrative Procedures Act. amended the for
to clarify procedures /
women, said Art Sandeen, vice president
for Student Affairs. "At this time, Notices of the proposed rules were evaluation of college administrators and SEMINAR, "Roos and Reef:The Animalsof
women who have been sexually assaultedare }published in the Sept. 20 edition of the academic units. Rule 6C1-7.019 is amended Australia," by Ron Cherry, associate
of particular concern." Gainesville Sun and were sent to deans, to clarify the procedures for awarding professor at IFAS Everglades Research

The task force members, all women, chairs, directors, student government and tenure upon initial appointment, re- and Education Center, Belle Glade, 3:30:
certain employee organizations and questing tenure consideration and initiating
will review health care needs of women p.m., 1151 McCarty Hall.
students and women's health care servicein University Senate Committees. the promotion to distinguished HISTORY COLLOQUIUM, "Race,'
the Student Health Care Center. They Copies of the proposed rules may be professor titles. Rule 6C1-7.051 being Rape, and Radicalism: the Martinsville
will obtained from Betty Wagner, Clerk of the published to incorporate the catalogs, and "
advise the vice presidents of Health Seven Cold War Criminal Justice,
Affairs and Student Affairs concerning University, UF Attorney's Office, 207 bulletins and brochures applicable for the by UF history doctoral candidate Eric

current programs' effectiveness and Tigert Hall, 3921358. The deadline to request 1990-91 academic year. Rise, 4 p.m., Friends of Music Room, f..
organization. Recommendations will be a hearing on these rules is Thurs SMOKING POLICY: Rule 6C1-2.018 is University Auditorium.BIOTECHNOLOGY .
in day, Oct. 11. If requested, a hearing will amended to substitute the term "department
presented a report to vice presidentsfor LECTURE, "Tri-
be held 11:30 Oct. 12 in 361-2 chairman" for
at "other
: a.m., appropriateadministrator"
Health Affairs and Student Affairs no carboxylic Acid Transport in Salmonella
later than Jan. 15, 1991. Reitz Union. to identify the administrator Typhimurium," of Victoria
by University!
VICE PROVOST: Rule 6CM.001 is other than the dean or director
Vice for Affairs
Sandeen President Health
biochemistry professor William Kay, 4
amended to add the vice who for
provost position. may grant approval smoking
David Challoner and Associate Vice p.m., Cl-9 Health Science Center.
President for Health Affairs Kenneth NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: in general lounges, provided other con
Rule 6C11.006 amends the definition of ditions are met. FRIDAY
Finger appointed seven faculty membersand
three students to the task force. sexual harassment to make it consistent USE OF UF FACILITIES: Rule PEOPLE AWARENESS WEEK
Eloise Harman will serve as task force with the definition adopted by the Equal 6C1-2.0171 is a new rule setting forth the EVENTS-Teleconference, "Campus
chairwoman. Harman, who came to UF in Employment Opportunity Commission.Rule conditions under which academic professional Responses to Racial Harassment and Intimidation -
1976, is a of pulmonary medicineand 6C1-1.0063 would update the title of organizations or associations of a ," 1 to 4 p.m., Reitz Union
professor
the faculty adviser for the Student the head of the office ot the University national or regional charter can use UF Auditorium; Oriental Festival, 4 to 8 p.m.,
American Medical Women's Association. Equal Opportunity Programs and would facilities. 120 Reitz Union; Latin American dance
Other faculty members on the task force provide that if the alleged harasser is the IFAS INSURANCE: Rule 6C1-6.0111 is music by Carlos Oliva and the Judge's
are co-chairwoman Kathleen Shiverick, head of the college or unit, the complaint a new rule requiring Cooperative Extension Nephews, 8 p.m., Reitz Union Ballroom;
pharmacology and therapeutics and/or/ appeal would be forwarded to the employees to choose between the life free showing of "My Left Foot," 7 and
professor next administrator other than the and health insurance Union
; Phyllis Meek, associate dean of higher programs providedby :CHRISTIAN Cinema.
Student Affairs; Jacquelyn Resnick, alleged harasser. the federal and state government. FACULTY FELLOWSHIP
University Counseling Center professor; RESIDENCE HALLS: Rule 6C14.021 IMMUNIZATION: Rule 6C1-5.002 is MEETING, !"The Christian Perspective of
Dovie Gamble, assistant professor of would allow students charged with minor amended to delete the requirement that Animal Research," panel discussion with
recreation, parks and tourism; Lisa Beth offenses in the residence halls to be given College of Pharmacy students obtain UF faculty members Farol Tomson, Don
Landy, obstetrics and gynecology assistant the choice of having the case heard by the Hepatitis B immunization. Price, Kathleen Shiverick and Richard
professor; and Manan Limacner, cardiology Coordinator of the Residential Judicial Programs TRAFFIC AND PARKING: Rule Neiberger, 11:45: a.m., Burger King Meeting
assistant professor. or the Residence Hall Conduct Board. 6C1-3.016 is a re-promulgation of the rule Room, 1542 W. University Avenue.

Student members of the task force are MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARDS. noticed on Feb. 15,1990 and currently published BIOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR, "Cell
Michelle Covington, Student Government PROGRAM: Rule 6C1-3.040 is amended to in the Florida Administrative Code. Surface Architecture of the Fish Pathogen
health director; Joy Taylor, change the program from a three- Notice of the proposed change. was Aeromonas Salmonicida: From Structureto
Panhellenic Council president; and component program to a two-component Gainesville in the Sept. 25 edition of the Vaccines," 11:45: a.m., Cl-9 Health
Carina Self, Inter-Residence Hall Association program entitled "Employee Recognition Sun. The deadline to requesta Science Center.
president. Program." Rule 6C1-3.042 establishes hearing for this rule is Oct. 17. U requested "STYLES, STRANDS ,AND SE-
university procedures for collecting funds a hearing will be held at 11 a.m., QUENCES," features 20th-century
owed by its employees other than educational Oct. 22, in 361 Reitz Union. American realist painting trends, opens
UF Alumnus "Red" loans which are collected pursuantto with 8 p.m. reception in University
Chapter 28-40,. Florida AdministrativeCode. Freshman Gallery, 5.W. 13th St. Continues throughNov.
Barber To Be HonoredWalter Rule 6C13.058.amends. the USPS Phone-a-thon 4, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, 10
grievance procedure to provide grievance Is Sunday Thru a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Fri-,
L. "Red" Barber UF alumnusand review the Vice President ThursdayFreshmen
a by responsiblefor day, 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
pioneer in sports broadcasting, will the area in which the grievant is who are sitting around the
) be honored in two separate ceremonieson ,employed rather than the University Presi house next week and get a call from UF MONDAY
the UF campus Friday.A dent. Rule 6C1-3.059 is amended to permit Provost Andrew. Sorensen should not be WILDLIFE &RANGE SCIENCES SEM-
reporter? at WRUF radio on the UF USPS employees who have been promoted surprised.Sorensen. INAR,,"Habitat Protection Strategies for
campus from 1930-34, Barber has donated or reassigned to be promoted or along with student leaders Sherman's Fox Squirrels: The Price of Uncertainty -
thousands of pieces of correspondence, reassigned again within the same college, and other campus dignitaries, will be call ,'.'by Florida Game and Fresh Wa-
newspaper articles, photographs, books' division or department at any time.A new ing freshmen between 6 and 10 p.m. Sun ter Fish Commission biological scientist Jim
and other memorabilia to University Li section of the rule states that a USPS through Thursday as part of UF's annual Cox, 4 p.m., 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall.
' braries. He will be honored at a morning employee who fails to perform satisfactorily -, Freshman Phone-a-thon. CONTINUING

reception.to dedicate the Red Barber Archives during the probationary period associated Sponsors of the event, including the Office FLORIDA PLAYERS' "Of Mice and
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Later in the UF President be dismissed for if the : p.m., Constans Theatre Main
day, John may just cause Diplomats, want to find out how Continues
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the Red Barber Newsroom in the USPS appointment. them solve problems encountered at the and $6.50 fop general
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this very first interview your that matter. Deliveries?Yes. Extra pep- ple's homes. And selling your blood is
underemployed or unemployed interrogator asks about your under- pers and mushrooms. Be there In 20 sort of like prostitution isn't it?
student: To most of us in this college grad studies. You proudly recite all minutes. It all comes back to you now.
town that's an obvious redundancy. sorts of academic Jargon like "GPA. You did manage to get a little experi- The alternatives abound. What com-
Still you go through school compounding "ORE and UF," but they don't seem ence back in Gainesville. forting relief there is in the fact that
debts and hoping the automatic to mean all that much out here in the Silly I agree but not altogether un- one is never completely without op
teller machine will err in your favor Just real world. likely for the archetypical unemployed tions. Like thoughts of suicide to an
once. You go to class, where Plato and No. the interrogator needs somethingmore student. Now let's take a look at the inmate with a 200-year sentence.As .
Thoreau tell you not to bother with substantial in choosing someone "Help Wanted section. Hmmm.. no ...
such trivial pursuits advice from who will hold responsibilities of the no ... What's this? "Pregnancy Im- you're almost drowning in post-
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It's a temporary predicament of choosing malpractice Insurance and personals column. tion. The guy hands you your last mealas
course. Now imagine that you have perhaps even delivering babies.So Ah. here we are. No you're not willingto you give him the last of your savings
finally graduated. Sure.you're broke, he asks "While you were in make crank calls for an hourly wage including a $5 tip. Pretty generous on-
but intellectually you're loaded. So Gainesville what experience did you plus an occasional bonus. Guilt that the Gainesville gratuity scale I know.
you're at that mythical stage they call acquire Think back now. You never your own house has not been cleaned but do you have any idea how much
'practical application." on your way to managed to see a broken skull nor the since you ran out of laundry closets med school costs these days?

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free home of the strange. Last Unknown became the latest in more and more theatrical. band's growing legion of ad-
weekend. Hogtown was quite a string of local bands to playat After a short break Thursday mirers danced screamed and
the place for good ol live music Club Gravity. My this club night Henry reemerged on sweated as N Dolphin ripped
both local and national.On sure seems to have a split per- stage with this hilarious Elton and roared through its rich
sonality. On regular dance John-inspired costume. And repertoire of tunes.
the national front. The nights the place is somethinglike Imagine how surprised audi-
Smithereens blew Into Gaines Central City gone pseudo- ence members were to see him
ville Friday night to play to a Look for them Friday nightat
progressive. But when a live disappear from the stage onlyto
rain-drenched crowd at the UFBandihell. the Orange At Brew. Expecta
band comes to hang out Grav- pop up behind them croon-
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In the aftermath never
ity becomes a miniature Hard- Ing his heart out.
the wet musical parade reactions back. seen. See who can attract a
were somewhat luke- Over at the Hardback Saturday bigger crowd N Dolphin or
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breeds giant cockroaches makes loud noises greed and an unfeeling stranger's disruptionof
late at night and even spies on Patty when a couple's lifestyle-the perfect metaphorfor
she is alone in the garage. Drake and Patty the yuppie movement Itself:Sadly the film
soon want Hayes to leave but Drake's quick takes the Fatal Attraction route and doesn't
temper pushes him to take all the wrong succeed.
measures and ends up doing more good for BY DAN O'CONNELL
Hayes than for Drake. 1/2 Narrow Margin

Up to this point the film is a relatively Oaks 6 East Plaza
watchable and semi-believable story that Trains have been a favorite backdrop for j
seems to succeed despite the fact that the. mystery and suspense since Alfred flitch-
film Is about real estate. Griffith is good cock's The Lady Vanishes first disembarkedmore
although slightly miscast in her role and than 50 years ago.The railways fulfilled i
Modine despite his inherent goofiness, is crucial roles in many of his other works from
believable as the short-tempered Drake. The 39 Steps to Math by Northwest; and they

However the film takes a disastrously have been used as major settings for other j
crime films such as Murder on the Orient
wrong turn when it decides to become a I
thriller. It loses its bearings, becoming im- Express and Silver Streak. J
plausible and even silly at times especially Narrow Margin the latest thriller from j
when Patty locates Hayes after he's been director Peter Hyams (The Presidio}, is botha
evicted from the house and attempts to roller-coaster throwback to rail car collusion
avenge herself. In one scene, she enters the and a failed attempt at modem Intrigue. 1
same elevator that he has Just exited without Loosely based on the 1952 Jthn noir classic
MELINDA SUE GORDON either of them making eye contact That's Just The Narrow Margin. Hyams'update mixes .'
Matthew Modine and Melanie Griffith portray a yuppie couple who open their hometo plain unbelievable. moments of frenzy with a slew of cliches. i

a crazed lunatic played by Michael Keaton in Pacific Heights. Director John Schlesinger's style is largely The story begins when a deputy district 1
inconsistent He uses effective dark lightingin attorney. determined to nail a powerful mob
1/2 Pacific Heights they have into a Victorian house in a San
some scenes and extremely Inappropriateshots leader on charges of simple homicide travelsto
LUchfleld. The Plaza Francisco suburb called naturally Pacific
In others. The film almost becomes a Canada to retrieve the murder's only J
Heights.The large house has two rental units.
Padjk Heights takes an Intriguing premise parody of itself at the end. Though the witness. He discovers he's been followed bya j
The couple rents one of them to a pleasant.
that of a young couple renting an apartmentto audience screamed several times there are pair of hitmen and he and the target witness 4
Oriental The other unit
stereotypical couple.
a jerk with a plan to drive them bankruptand real shocks. make frantic
no a run to a nearby train station.
Drake rents to Carter Hayes(Michael Keaton)
and turns it into a sloppy,
crazy Their Ideal turns Into ironclad
an
What Pacific Heights could have been wasa escape trap.
derivative thriller that rips off Hitchcock and smart drama about The hitmen board the train as well and stalk II
pertinent a couple
Fold Attraction in equal measure.
Hayes is a slick corrupt criminal who rents losing their dreams when a stranger takes them through 12 crowded passenger cars in
The couple are Patty(Melanie Griffith) and apartments from people destroys their prop- control of their lives. Or even better it could the barren Canadian Rockies. t I
Drake(Matthew Modine).They put every cent erty and buys It from them at a loss. Hayes have been a darkly satirical look at yuppie This simple premise is not the film's high j


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L ments he approaches Hackman In the din typical rebel rough-guy cop who plays by his

ing car, buys him a drink and candidly offers own rules. Jack sums up his philosophy

him an almost irresistible bribe.After an hour simply: "Don't trust nobody:Very deep Jack.
of cat-and-mouse games between rail cars

this coffee-time conversation offers perfect Lundgren is a huge man. This would seem
",. ./ comic relief. to enhance an action flick, but his acting is

t. Bright moments are rare in Narrow Margin so atrocious that, well, size doesn't matter.
; but are enough to keep the film from being

quickly dismissed. Hyams treats us to a
The story is about a tall, scary man from
chase
riveting sequence early in the picture
who kills humans for of their vital
space one
in which Hackman and Archer flee a deadly
tV fluids.The cryptic and oddly punctuated title
helicopter through a wooded mountainsideIn
is what the alien utters before doing his
a four-wheel drive. Later, he provides
Hackman with a stirring monologue that Intergalactic lube Job.

convinces Archer to testify. And. at the film's

climax he's careful to show us that the To track down the tall spaceman. Jack is

foot-chase across the top of the train is really paired with an anal-retentive FBI agent At

I( on top of a moving train. first they hate each other(surprise!), but they

Had Hyams put as much effort into his soon become chums (lucky for us all).

script as he put into his camera work.Narrow .
Margin would be a breakthrough. Instead. 11
he relies on past convention and familiar The music by Jan Hammer of"Miami Vice"

J'J tricks of the tracks. The film Is a lot like the fame Is nearly identical to his "Miami Vice"

steam train Itself-we see where it's headed theme yet has nowhere near the same Impact
from start to finish. And when a thriller like T Come In Peace is loaded with lots of

'" this is that predictable its margin for sus- explosions and some really neat space weap
pense Is very narrow. ons. The alien's handgun which quickly

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I Director Peter Hyams throws one too many cliches Into his film Narrow Margin. Anne there's anything more lame than using

Archer and Gene Hackman cringe.point. tired old movie formulas, It's using two of T Come In Peace: is thoroughly lame but

and the acting Is far from it Gene with all the glamour and range of a soapoperastar. them at once and doing so badly. In T Come also frustrating. The plot has some kick but
Hackman is adequate as the district attorney in Peace we get not only a buddy cop story the cardboard-like acting ruins the fun. DedI-

turned bodyguard, but this is a part he could One player who steals the show is JamesB. but also an action film featuring a violent cated Schwarzenegger fans at whom this

play In his sleep. It is vaguely reminiscent of Sikking a veteran of four Hyams films space alien. Neither works.T movie is aimed may enjoy it but It probablywill

his work In Mississippi( Burning, as he once but best known for his role as Lt. Hunter on Come in Peace: follows a recent movie spell hyperviolent dud to anyone else.

again plays a wise, resourceful lawenforcement TVs classic Hill Street Blues. Sikking plays trend that steals just about everything from BY JEREMY SEGAL

type. Anne Archer plays the beautiful the lead hitman,a ruthless killer and eloquent everywhere, no matter how bad or overused.

witness who's marked for death and does so negotiator. In one of the film's brighter mo- Dolph Lundgren (Jtocfcy%] plays Jack the ratings based on four-star scalePh.

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cards accepted. Reservations not Open 7 days.Dinner served from 5 pm. beers in a Jovial English pub. Live entertainment every Tuesday night. Casual atmo-
needed but for parties of six or more, Gainesville's most popular Italian Res- Fri, Sat evenings No sphere.Open for lunch weekdays from
please call 3734)088.5220) S.W. 13th St., taurant for over 30 years. Casual attire cover.120 SW 1st Ave.377-2927.Lunch 11:30am: to 2:30: pm. Open Sunday
just south of Williston Rd. welcome. Fresh dishes daily including and dinner daily. through Thursday from 5:00pm: to

chicken, veal, steak, shrimp & home- The Mill Bakery 1000pm.: Open Friday and Saturday
made desserts at affordable prices. from 5:00pm: to fl.OOpm.: MC/VISA.
Ivey's Grill Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail Eatery & BreweryFull 2031 NW 13th Street,3711811.

Great place for a date-cozy: and Inti- able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campus Bar,fresh brewed beer.Drink Specials -
mate. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and din (east on Univ. Ave.) 2010 HawthorneRd. 4-7 daily. Expanded Patio with
ner. Extensive menus with unique cre (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall live entertainment Wed.-Sat. nights.
.dubs and Oaks Mall Plaza 3310110.Murphy's STEAKGreat
ations.Specializing in seafood,chicken organizationswe ,
and pasta dishes. Sensually seductive can serve your dinner meetings.
desserts, espresso, cappucino, beer, Pub
wine list. Credit cards welcome. Open Daily Specials
7 days, 6 ngihts. 3303 W. Univ. Ave. Original Pizza PalaceThe Deli Sandwiches&Ice cold beerl! Steaks

371-4839. kind of place your friends would Billiards, Darts and Video games.
Beef &
Happy Hour 4-7 Dally. Mon.-Thur. SpiritsFor
tell you about. Homemade pasta, fresh
the best steaks and rib in
llam-12pm. Fri.-Sat. lam-lam. Sun. prime
baked lasagna fc sauces made to order.
J's RestaurantBreakfast Open every day at 5pm. Corner of NW Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
house 20 years. Serving 23rd Ave. and 6th St.372-1546 from the YMCA pool.372-4751. charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
00-2.30:()() : every day. One block to cam I your dinner. Chicken & Seafood tool!
pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave.3726666.Snuffy's Red Lion TavernThe Open daily 510.2 For 1 well drinks &
place to party before and after the dollar drafts from 5-7 pm. 6-Pound
game-$3.50 pitchers 11:30am: to challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 373.4301.Tim's .
Restaurantand MEXICANBurrito close!! Still the best grill in town.
Lounge COOOOO GATORS!!2413 SW 13th St.
378-6320
1017 W. Univ. Ave.376-8899
Caribbean pub atmosphere with gour- THAI .
met burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, Brothers SEAFOOD
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand- GOURMETToby's Taco Co.
wiches, and New England clam chow.
der. Relax and enjoy your favorite Serving Gainesville since 1976. 100% Thai RestaurantBrings
cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. vegetarian items available. Try our fa- Aw Shucks you the "Best Blend of the OrI-
Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight; Corner mous guacomole!Open 7 days until 10. Seafood Restaurantand ent." Open Mon-Sat, Closed Sun.Visa,
.-, (Fri&Sat), 11:30: am-2 am;(Sun),6 pm- Fine Dining and Spirits 16 NW 13th St.378-5948. MC, AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-
11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa A warm Country Inn setting featuring Oyster Bar 5424.
& Am. X uniquely prepared seafood, veal, For over seven years serving some of
steaks, fowl, and pasta specialities. El Toro the freshest gourmet seafood in
Tableside flambe' desserts and coffee Mexican Restaurant i Gainesville. Lunch and dinner specials
CHINESE drinks. Gainesville's best fine dining I change daily.Killer chicken wings,hot.
at reasonable Dinner 1723 SW 13th Street. crawfish
experience prices. dip, sauteed mushrooms and For
served nightly from 5:30 Lunch Great Mexican Food. 7 Days. onions
: pm. with melted provolone and the
El Tore and thaf bull! InformationRegarding\
no
served 11:30to
Monday through Friday : tastiest clam chowder. Full service bar
}J's RestaurantChinese 230.: SUNDAY EVENING SEA with the tallest bar in town.We have it
food: delivery, 5-9 pm; lunch FOOD BUFFET. Reservations fresh and it's always good!! Check us Out On The Town,
11-2:30: ;dinner 5-9 pm every day except recomended. SE 2nd PI,behind the El Toro To Go out. In the Kash-n-Karry Shopping Contact
.t.. Tues. night. Only a block to campus. Hippodrome Theater in the Downtown FREE DELIVERY It TAKE-OUT. Ev- Center 4212 NW 16th Blvd. 372-0332. Amanda Escoblo
1225 W. Univ. Ave. Chef J J10 yrs. exp. Entertainment District., 375-7620 eryday Ham-lam. 1203 SW 16th Ave, M-W 11:3Oam-la: ,Th-F 11:30am-2am: 376-4482
372-6666. MC/VISA/AMEX behind Players-374-8100 Sat 4pm-2am,Sun 4pm-ll pm.

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FOR RENT: FURN. SUBLEASE HSE/APT ROOMMATES

o How to place a

2 br/1 1/2 ba townhouse walk to UF, 1 bdrm furnished apt. In Pine Rush. Biking **HUGE Fully furn bdr/ba/ In 2/2 avail
classified ad: wash/dry pets OK Oct tree, $450/mo. 4 distance from UF $200/mo. lease nowBargain rate of $200 (from 312)) +

1 For Rents; Furnished ..curlty.338.4088. 105-8-2 (long $279)) 3 mo. lease & has a/c. Must sec/util. 2nd !fir els to UFo pool, call 334-
In Person: (easel Call 334-8748 or Ive. message. 8593. 10-10-5-5
.2 For Rents; Unfurnished Cash check MC or VISA. Available 2 br near UF 10-9-4-4

3 Mobile HomesFor Cent ash, water sewer paid $260/mo female N/S/ needed to share 2 br 2 ba apt
The Alligator Office 1605 SW 42nd SIC.1I1.488.4047 In SW area $245 + 1/2 utilities. 335-
Rent/Sale 1105 W University Ave 00pm 3764. 10-10-5-5'
M-F 8 am 4 pm 10-10-10-2 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE
4 Sublease House/Apt./
Main BookstoreHub Female needed for 2BR In Stonerldge.Spacious ,.
Avail now, reduced rent, apt. p-10,2 bdr/ VILLAGE
; clean overlooks
Roommates : pool
,5
Customer Service DeskM
:: 1 ba, 378-9668. 1045.2 Roommates available
Sate :; *; F 8 am 4:30: pm Reserve room for fall. $249/mth. beginning January. Call Amyat
your
,6': For ::::'::,:t 336-1390 '10-10-5-5
2 WEEKS FREE Bus service to UF and SFCC

,:::7 ::(.RealEstate t <:,:" Reitz M.F Union 9.m.8pmSat Cashier'a Office Villager Wilt, c.ntr.l.ir, quiet Fum or unfurn. $175-$250 per M rmt. for 2BD/1/ BA ap. In SW area $155

col-de-iac. Take NW 9th Street roommate/month MZ Prop Mgmt. 1/2 utll. 336-1091 Ive. 10-
8 J Motorcycles .. & Sun Closed from 16ih Ave. 371-7777 Inc. Realtor 375-0207. 6-3-5 4 ph. mssg.
'
9 : Auto ';', Medical Bookstore, ShandsM 10-19-24-5

; '" F, 8 am 4,30 pm Oak Forest- spacious 1 bdr /1 ba. First F to share 2bd/ 1/2 ba twnhse In SW i
10 Wanted & last month's rent FREE) Pool, tennis, N/S F to rent own rm/bth In 2 story apt at area. $225/mo Fully furnished, wa/dry.

11 Services *> By Mall: volleyball & basketball courts, sauna, Greenwich Green. $233 mo. 4 1/3 utll-! Call 335-6273. 10-12-7-5 I
> Use forms appearing weeklyin laundry on premises. Security ft pet deposit ties. Call 3353110. 10-15-20-5

: 12 ::<, Typing Services : the Alligator. Sorry no cash by paid) 385mo. Sublet til May. I
Wanted N/S M to share In 3bdr3baIn
: room
'.,13 :; Help Wanted ,,;:, mail. MC VISA, or checks only. 392-6493 day or 335-6270 eve. 10-5-5-2 ROCKWOOD 145/mo + 1/5 utilities. 6 FOR SALE


14.: Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 2 Bdrm, 1 bath, c.ntr.laclh..t. Quiet NW Call 335-6242. 10510.5 TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk
Payment by VISA or Mastercard drives, 2 film csssettes, 2 film cannlsters.
:
$400/mo 937 NW 25 Ave.
\ Neighborhood
:,15 \: Personals? ;i::I::i; ::::':- ONLY. Five dollar minimum.M 375-1959. 10-10-5-2 F n/s roommate In nice condo near Oaks Factory reconditioned unused In past 2

.16' : Connections'17 .:. F 8.30 4 pm. Mall must like pets.. C.1I335.19341.av. yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs.
Apt. lor Rent In the Laurels. 2br/2ba, message $235/mo 4 1/3 util. furnished, Good machine for small type shop. System

'::'.' .Noticesr: : o How to correct wash/dry, micro, ale ht Huge clubhouse wash/dry. 10-9-10-5 Includes 3 rolls 6 in. RC film & 6 font
disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
:' everythlngll! Avail Dec. Call 335-
.::18 :;. Rides ; < 9945. 11-2-5-2 1 rm avail NW area walk or bike to UF M 373-9926 for more Info.

19 )Pets :;<' -:.I ''} cancel your ad: n/s responsible ..tud.ntchut /
wash/dry Own room nice 190/mo + utll Kenwood'
2 WEEKS FREE and 30
Alpine, Sony more
: 20 :;::: Lost & FoundO ,;:: Cancellations: Studio $219 1222 NW 9th Ave 377-1631 Lang Iv msg. 10-5-6-5 brands are all at our New Locatlonl Car

,":. ::. :.' ..:." ,:: :, ." Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri 8-4 pm Walk to UF. College Park Properties Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
A serious male student for 7 bedroom
large
No refunds can be given 371-7777. 10-31-23-2 2070. 12-14-78-8
upstairs apt. $160/mo. 4 1/7 utll. + I

Alligator errors: SECURITY SYSTEM In this 2BR duplex deposit + lease. No pets. 1818 NW 3rd MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146
When will ad run?
your Check your ad the FIRST day it runs off 20 Ave. Fenced yard, large pantry, Ave. 4959024. 10.12.10.5 Editor's choice Hewlett Packard9H

Call 373.FIND with any corrections before cent. air, pets o.k. $325 372-3060
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY KEY MANAGEMENT 10.7.5.2 LIBERAL* m/f roommate wanted to Northgate. Price lower than mail
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY .share bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2 order. Systems below Include 1 1mb, 40mb

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY, Corrected Use my deposit! Available now thru Dec. mile 5590.to 10-19-15-5 UF, l50/mo + 1/2 util. 372- ((28ms) Harddlsk graphics monitor. MC
( renewable. Nice quiet br apt near UF/ 286/12 $1195, MC 386SX $1370
ads will be extended one day.
Ads mailed in at the
or placed
shopping $225/mo. 334-5639 evenings Northgate 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge
No refunds credits be after needed.
or can given Female n/a roommate l85/mo
.
Union or Shands may take 10-9-5-2 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd a battery
placing the ad Changes called in after + 1/2 utilities. Call 374-8434. Lease
$2395,1 a 2 warranties Onsite warranties
THREE days to apPear.. Ads the first day will not be compensated. LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI! $250 now through December. 10-5-5-5 Panasonic year 1180 printer $185

may run for any length of time moves you In. Close to UF and Shands. HP Laser Jet lip $1049. 3743 W. University -
Customer error or changes: SAVE $$ Female ns fun, mature rmmt
and be cancelled at time. 376-1248. 10-30-20-2 Av. 12-14-76-6
any Corrections must be made In person at wanted. Share br In safe 2 br2 bath

Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. ALOHA GARDEN APTS. Have a New turn. apt. 1 ml to campus! $112 + 1/4 Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar

for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction lee. Beach u til. 336-4103. 10-4-4-5
Year week Vacation at Daytona on Detectors, Infinity, Seneul. Sony,
use 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 10- Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo.
BRANDYWINE N/S Fern needed to share
19-13-2 We Best All Prices 373.3754. 12-14-76-
room, l60/mon + 1/3 utll, fully/nicely furnished 6 I
many xtras-call nowl 373-0024.

10-4-6-5 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering:

FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. MOBILE HOMES: Roommate-Female needed to share Herman Kardon Autotek JBl, Toshiba,
Crunch Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar
1 FURNISHEDHousing -Check Our New Specials'All 3 FOR RENT/SALE 2br/lba duplex near campus. Lease 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6
Amenities Available $145, w/o lease $180. $100 deposit. Call

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Best rental value. Mobile homes or lots. Lisa 335-9622 or 378-7464. 10-8-8-5
UF coed
Available-1 blk to coop DISCOUNT HI-FI
Roommates Available Will take long-term travel trailers. Some
all utll paid Inc. ae, 10 meals weekly We're No.1REGENCY good mob. homes for sale. Pool, quiet. N/S M/F master bed. In 2bdr 2.5 ba NW. 722 S. Main The Red Bldg.
parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. be
OAKS Pool/tennis/lake/ ,wash/dryer, must so
Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park.
117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 12-14-62-1 378-5766 378-9291. 12-14-63-3 cial/clean. $300 4 1/2 Utll! 376-8010/ WE ARE CHEAPER

3230 SW Archer Road Scooter. 10-4-8-5. 12-14-76-6
Sublease Oakbrook Walk bdr of 2bdr

apt., 3rd floor wash/dry $380/mo must COUNTRY GARDENS F NS rmt for 2 bdr apt. $187.50 mth. CAR ALARMS Installed remote control .

be male' call Jeff 3352803. 108.101 373-4500 SUBLEASE: Your own room. Move In available now. any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
Street
SW 16th
2001 Walking distance to campus. Call 371- demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes-
One bedroom In a three bedroom house 12-14-76-2 4 HOUSE/APT. 0616 Rhonda. 10-4-5-5 sage. 1019386FUTONS
$160/mo/ 4 util. 375-8329 10-5-3-1

SPACIOUSONE Female n/s needed for own bdr/ba In a & FRAMES
BEDROOM APT. Studio For Rent 245 a month + utll and
ONLY 1273/MO. one week free rent) Just 4 blocks north brand new mobile home. Washer/dryer Many styles *models from' only$200/set. ,
FOR RENT: LYONS APT of UF Call 376-1675. 10-11-5-4 pets negotiable (must like dogs) Covers, also. Call Matt 377-2110.' 10.5-
$175/mo. 4 1/2 util. Call Kathy 375- 15-6
4000 SW 20TH AV. 177-8797
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 12-14-76-2 1 bedroom studio apt. Nice, close to cam- 8488. 10.4-5.5 I
No security depositNext/ month's
pua. 2400 BD MODEM $98
M/F/ Roommate needed for 2 br/ 1 112 ba
for sublease, (turn or unfurn rent FREE! $295/mo. Call Tracy 378-
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $2704280. 1 bed. apt Apt French Quarter $210/mo 4 1/2 utll.
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse 440.Sec. WILLIAMSBURG VILLAGE, 3761253. 2651. 1057.4 call Rob 375-6987 10-8-4-5 WORD PERFECT $135 I

Plus LMR. Pool laundry no cats or dogs. 10-12-19-2
335-1300.
___ 1 bedroom/1 bath unfurnished apt In CALL ELITE
Santa Fe Trace 12-14- .
Apt..378-1180. Female roommate wanted safe g.r.g.apt
LUXURY CONDO In SW 2BR, 2 1/2 BA, Country Village; available Immediately.Call own bdr share bath 1 1/2 blocks to 11-1-33-6

GATOR COUNTRY 2BR duplex AC. pool hook-ups, cent air ceiling fans, 373-2700 day time, 373-3448 eve- c.mpuI'115/mo 1/2 util, cable, phone

, lots woods for the pooch near shopping close to campus. 372-3060 nlngs. 10-4-5-4 377.7829 after 4 pm. 10-8-4-5 *PRODIGY
for the atudent. $275 372-3060 KEY MANAGEMENT 10-8-6-2
Only
2 bdr I 1 1/2 bath 822 NW 39th Ave
KEY MANAGEMENT 10-7-5-2 F roommate to share 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba. w/ iMtnctmtamilScfvic" *
**Apartment near Shands, recently renovated $300/mO. Call 373-4924. 10-5-6-4
washer ft dryer 175 mo 4 1/2 utll.' Near

Oak Glade Apia near UF ft VA, quiet month ,4 2 damage bedroom deposit., private Call backyard 339-4575, let Apt at Ml. Vernon, close to UF. VA SFCC and Oaks Mall. No pets call 332- Available ELITE today. 3351300. .
In units for 10-4-2-5
washer/dryer available most 4378.
$375/mo, un-
Shands, one large bdr 10-12-10-6
3722958. 10-9-8-2
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. ft 2 Bath or furn400mo. turn. 3775385. 10-5-8-4
$250-1375. see a Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- ROOMMATE WANTED to share w/2 male
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants
76-2 Duplex apt. for rent for Ir kit, bath grad St. In 3 bed 2 bath fully (urn. house.
ac/heat. Sblki from UF, iblk of) Univ. SPYGLASSneed female' n/s for ownb.droomb.th Available 208/. 1/3 utll. 377- for your dorm or apartment. We
now.'
Ave. $250 monthly plus security. A frame In 3 bedroom/3 bath apt. 1053.5 deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave.
INCREDIBLE 9627.
also call 338-1839. 10-5-13-2 1233/month + 1/3 utilltes. Call Erin at 3775265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 10-
Efficiency Apt. 392-3111 (day) or 335.4353 (apt) 10-12- 16-21-6
"artlnO'1 IS Serious person to share spacious :3 bdr
.Starting at $238 /:2 BedroomMEADOWCREBT 2 bedrm Apt., enclosed porch, new carpet 9-4 house near Oaks Mall. Own bedroom,
d-w, fans$375:1: bedrm Apt. welkin bath. Share 1/2 utll. $200mo.Ask .
own Classifieds. R'
.
bdr/1 ba close to campus
Both wcentral Sublease 1 apt,
Ave 1 kin closet fana-$275: for at 336-4571 or 392-
NW 39th Jlnxlong
110, H/A! water Included .SW,Vll AS'.373- safe area, $245/month, no deposit. Continued next page. \*
37I4M1 S7839Mt .,0701 10-5-11..2 Call 335-3864 after' I pm. ,iPpt-f' 01816 u lh i.'f.5; ;' 11111 ,nun dog '01 :. _n I i

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WI FOR SALE FOR SALE AUTOS WANTED SERVICES



2 Jbl speakers Nad stereo receiver Philip GUITARS Ovation 12-strlng w/ case 1986 NISSAN 200SX, black 5-speed, URGENTLY need 2 tickets to the Florida *SUNBELT MOVING*

turntable Nakamlchl cassette deck for $250 obo; Washburn cutaway 6-string w/ tinted windows, a/c, cruise control, power > Tennessee game. Please call 338- Professional Moving/Packing ft Supplies.
$750 Mountain bike 18 speed for $300 All ease $225 obo Music Man 2x12 cabinet windows, loaded. Very nice. $5300 Call 0444, ask for Doug Dean. 10-8-4-10 1- Item -House full. Local/Lng dlst.

prices Negotiable call 3366576. 10-4- $125 Eric 3732295. 10-10-5-6 1-473-2951 Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375-

5-6 MOVE. 12-14-76-11
Dorm Loft for 2 double beds. Includes 1986 FIERO SE, black, sunroof 58,000 Wanted 2 tickets for the UF homecominggame.

SR 500, Black lightening Cannondale, ladder. Can deliver. $95.00. call 377- original miles. In perfect condition. Must Will pay good $. Call 376-0296. AAA STORAGE

$500 Obo. 3353104. 10-4-5-6 1095 (leave Message If no answer) 10-4- sell- best Offer. Call 3775528. 10-9-4-8 10.5.3.10 Close to UF, Convenient

V-6 4x4x4 $15/mo

1979 CHEVY IMPALA station wagon runs WANTED Urgent Volvo 2dr GLT 1984 or 4x8x8 $30/mo/
BICYCLE Brand new, 50 miles, racing DRUM SET for sale. Good Starter Set. great, very dependable V-8, no A/C/ 1owner thereabouts for half hr photograph Will 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
bike, alum frame, Schlm. 105 ,
comp. 15000. Call 3713778. 10-10-5-6 170.000 ml. $400.00 call 462- pay Immediately 375-8710. 10-9-5- 12-14-76-11
computer, gel teat, much more Must sell 3463nites 10-8-3-9 10

$500 obo 335-6423. 10-4-5-6 ATB brand new Schwlnn "Hlghplains" 21 *FREE*

gears-rapid fire shifting gel seat excel 40 + mpg, 1985 Honda CRX. $4350, neg. WANTED 1 LSU ticket, student section. Pregnancy Test
Head tennis sale Graphlt Pro. $65
raquet condo with Warranty $230 obo. 371 Call 3780498. 10105.9 Call 375-3198. 10-5-3-10 Gainesville Women's
Comp Pro. $60 Magnum Pro. $50 thermo
8281. 10-8-3-6
cover & strings Included call 3782348. 84 Mazda RX-7 GS. a/c am/fm cass.Ssp. HEALTH CENTER
720 NW 23rd Avenue
10-4-4-6 Laptop Computers. Tandy noofd $535. 71k $8000. Great Cond. Call Michelle Desperately seeking GROWL coupons. 377.5055

Punch 150 amp HI fonlc 120 amp 12'VC Zenith Supersportz86 w40 MB, 2400bps 375-4006 Please Ive. mess. 10- Call Mark or Betty at 3771831. 105.3 ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
9-4-9
Internal modem $2495 obo
co-processor 10
BIRTH CONTROL
subs custom closer Fix mustang Haro
335-5396. 10-10-5-6
18 speed mountain bike. Need to sell 1978 PORSHE 924 sunroof 4 speed NEED TWO TIX FOR LSU AND AU- Gynecology Services
FASTI! prices obo 378-9650. 10-5-5-6 $2500.00 198S ISUZU I-MARK 5 speed 12-14-75-11
BURNIII call 334-9848. 10-9-4-10
55 GALLON FISH TANK, with all accessories
$1800.00 462-2381 375-
stereo days
MICRO/CENTER/ Computers 376-1146 $160, Chris 373-7371. 10-5-2-6 1790 'vs. 10-0-4-0 $COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships

Editor's choice ,* Hewlett Packard ,* College Scholarship Locators pob

,* M/C ,* Prices lower than 1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881. 800-879-
Northgate
80 VW diesel, Dasher, 40mpg, reblt engine 11 SERVICES -
mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, 7 REAL ESTATEHome exc cond $1750. Call Smitty at 7485. 12.14.75.11

40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor. 373-3060 ((8am-6pm) or Penny 334-5881 .

MC 28612$948., MC 386SX- $1086, for sale? Land for sale? Buyers'Market (wkends/eves). 10-10-5-9 NW Mini storage at 1-75 8 NW 39th Ave Hunter Showbarn UF equestrian now accepting coach Board-studentsPast
Northgate 386/20- $2499. Leading Edge near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
? Don't let an opportunity to sell working students accepted. Farrell
Ing,
386sx laptop w/40 MB hd & battery. $20 10% disc to students. 332-8917.
your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds Farms 472-3142 10930.11
$1995.1 1 & 2 year warranties. Onsite war 10 WANTEDLocal 12-14-76-11
offer you the cheapest way to
ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185.t .
keep real estate In the public AVAILABLE
your eye. BEST PROTECTIONI! CS
HP Laser Jet UnlversltyAve.
lip- $987. 3743 W. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
12-14-52-6 Where else can you keep your property In Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class confidential Military tear gas ft personal' protectionInfo.
Get and treatment at
the market for as little as four dollars a Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine PLANNED PARENTHOOD testing Keychain unit or home canister
377-0881.
day? To make it even easier, you can Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10 12-14-76-11 $17.95 each $2.50 shipping (checks ok,
MV Pedulla bass guitar for sale. Fretless place your ad over the phone; all you VIsa/MC phone orders) Sent Immediately

Five String Call for more Info: 336-6396 need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call 4 AUBURN TIX WANTEDcall I Sallie Cain, Action Seminars, 6141

10-8-5-6 373-FIND today to place your ad. Parkforest, Baton Rouge LA 70818 or call
14737768. 10-4-5-10 ** GATOR MOVING ** 504-751-0495

2 1 month-old mountain bikes: A Nlshikl
HELPII Need 4 tlx for LSU game, pay top Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1 1-
Pueblo $300 obo & a Hard-Rock $300 NAILS BY VONDELL
Item/Hse Full. die
8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED 10-4-5-10 Days/Eves. Long
$UI! Call Oscar at 372-5992.
firm both with u-locks Call 377-1366
Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76- 3131 NW 13 St. 3771763Full
leave message. 10-8-5-6 11 sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil
REPAIR 4 AUBURN TIX WANTEDFor Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only

GUITAR AMP Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery Alumni. Call 377-6167. 10-4-3-10 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM ,* lessons 10520.11

Peavy Bandit 65. Clean sound, plenty available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, ,* boarding'* woodier facilities ,A

loud, never a problem. $165- Call Bill at across from Alley Katz 336-3825. 1031. Help Dutchmen see Americana wanted 2, hay rides ,A parties ,* sales ,A working Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional

3381729. 10-8-4-6 37-6 pref. 3 tlxs Auburn game, will pay well students accepted 466-3224, 3758080. care In peaceful surroundings.

377-4929 (evs) 10-9-5-10 12.14.78.11 Dally turnout grooming and TLC.., 462-
Queen size WATERBED with bookshelf 1985 Yamaha RZ-350 Exc cond. Racingkit 5127. 11-2-40-11

headboard, BLACK MICA. $190 obo Inc exhaust. Very fasti Last of 2-
371-7421. 10-9-5-6 stroke street. Yellowblk $1350. Ray

335.9312 Iv m... 10-11-10-8
'- DORM SIZE FRIDGE

large, ((3.6 cubic feet) GARELLI MOPED. Good shape $150 Join A Homecoming TraditionBy
PERFECT condition obo Call 3364999. 10-5-2-8

$150 call 3361894. 10-8-4-6 Putting Your


Bicycle Men's 25" Azukl 10 Speed $95
334-5891. 10-4-2-6 9 AUTOSORANGE HOMECOMING(


AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW
Waveless waterbed, loaded, $250
RATES, low payments, fast drive-
Gitane racing bike 21 1/2 It wt., $225 MESSAGESin
thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277
Comey sofa $60, Dorm rug $25
377CARS. WE CARE. 10410.9
Call 3732128. All neg. 1095.8


CAR STEREO- Pioneer am/fm case hlpower DEPENDABLE HONDA Civic for only the Alligator Classifieds. Here's your chance to express your festive Homecoming Spirit.
$1000. 1983, a/c, 4spd, runs well. Must
pre-amp, Dolby, auto reverse, secret Your personal to that special will make
sell; It's a good deal. Kevin 335-7986 message poerson (or persons) help their
335-4588.code,10-5-3-6+ more. 1 yr old $165 msg. 10-5-10-9 Homecoming..and yours..more fun. Homecoming messages will run in the Alligator's special

Homecoming Edition. Friday, October 19.
1989 Honda Prelude ac ps pb Sspd power
SLEEP FRESHI New full size waterbed
window, cruise, sunroof stereo cassette.13kmiles. .
complete w/ heater + headboard. 130.00 The Deadline for message Is 4 Monday October 15 1990.
obo call Raul at 378-0197/372-8094/ willdeliver $13950, call Bobby at 336- your pm, ,

for asking price 10-4-2-6 6389 Ive message. 10-8-10-9 Published October 19,1990.

88 AUDI 5000CS Turbo, silver loaded
,
Schwinn 12 sp bike wulock/ & rear bag sunroof, am/fm stereo cassette, 10 Please enclose your check or money order (no cash, please) made payable 1 to The Alligator" for $4.00 for up to 4
$60 or b/o must sell! Call 336-4268 leave speakers. Excellent condition $9750 negotiable lines and $UICI for each additional Una. Ads requesting bold or extra large type must be made In person at The

message. 10-4-2-6 332-1677. 1045.9 Alligator classified desk, 1105 W. University Ave. between !the hours of 8-4 Mon.-Fd.

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Fosgate Pro 15' speakers $350 obo digital 1985 HONDA CRX si, A/C AM/FM stereo '

Pioneer eq. $115 obo, S'11 Gee surfboard power sunroof, 5 spd., Low miles, alligator r rN/S/NrORMAr/ONWSLLNOrAPPEAR/NFIVE ADYERU/SEMEM'
., $100, 8'4" Autrey ft. Natural Art asking $5000 Call 472-6578 after 6.00: .
$75/ea. 373-9883 Doug 10-9-5-6 pm. 10-5-5-9 NAME

ADDRESS I
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Dorm Sized Fridge 3 feet high by 2 ft. Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew classifieds

wide, good condition $65 or beat offer. clutch, tires, starter, battery. 84k cn S7_ ... 1

Call Tina or Jay at 3360093. 10-5-3-6 miles, only $1600 or best offer. call 334-
,PO Bon 14257 I
] PHONk
5290 anytime. 10-5-5-9 '
Gainesville Fl 32004 I
Double bed clean $60 Dresser $30 Couch I
$25 Chair $10 Recliner $25 Lamps $10 1981 VW Cabriolet Red with white top/lnt. 1
Wicker shelves $10 Stereos $25 $45 A/C 5sp Sony/Yamaha Audio Excellent Allow 1 space for each letter, space & punctuation mark.: .. .

481-3322 Tom 10-5-3-6 Cond.' $3500 obo Call Matt 3753317. Use 2 spaces for each capital letter I

10-8-5-9 .

Full size bed $75 Rattan rocker $75 Microwave - - - - - - -
$30 Small book shelf $7 Ironing 83 TOYOTA CELICA GT a/c, 5-speed. .

r board $7 Chair $5 375-2786 evenings good condition. $2000 Call 335-5750
M 10-5-3-6 anytime. 10-5-4-9 - - - - - -' - .


Jazz Vertical mountain bike, brand new, 88 VW FOX a/c, power brakes, tinted windows .
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ridden twice. New U-lock goes with It. 4-speed, am/fm cassette, low .
$275 Call Ken at 335.1421. 10-6-4-6 miles, runs great. $4500 or best offer. v
Call 373-1749 10-9-6-9
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Use the space below for additional lines needed additional charge of M.OO/per line per day
IBM Sol II corrector. Excellent .
,Typewriter Need money, have to sell my baby. Red .
'r cond. late model $195. Also IBM Sot 76 Flat convertible/ Excellent condition, '
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I good condition $60.- Phone 462-4964. awesome stereo system. $2500 obo. .- .
10-5-2-6 Call 374-9575. 10-8-5-9 .

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Surfboards 6'4' 1 wk old $190, 8'11. $160, '84 Red Renault Encore; auto, AM/FM I '

6'4s$50+75, O'Neill full new $90, stereo, low mileage. MUST SELLI! minor OFFICE use clew .

O'Neill spring $40 Alpine eq new $100, problems Best offer takes It. 336-1370. HOMECOMING

Mark 3739883. 10-10-5-6 I MESSAGESRM, ; :: .- I

1981 Ford Granada dr, auto, a/c, carburetor
'*..-I Couch, dining rm table w/6 chairs, bigpapesen rebuilt, need valve job still runs OK,
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chair, + more, $60 each. Call $375, obo. 336-8121 after 5 pm. 10-10-
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SERVICESSCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS TYPING SERVICESMICRO 13 HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDPerson BUSINESS ..


FOR COLLEGE CENTER/ Typing 376.0339. Full CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The needed for werewolf .study, oncea 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
Art available! Millions go unclaimed ft self service computing Open until Independent Florida Alligator. Mutt own month around full moon.
yaarly. ,1-800-334-3881, 10pm school night Typing start & reliable van or pick-up truck and b* available Got a project or event you'd like to advertise terminal' & pc'i, buy,
11-1950-11 SO/pg A Return $e Self service from Sam. until 8 ..m. Monday ? Get result last with an ad In the tell, trade, rent A repair Great price,
resume $2.50/hr ,15/page Laser through Friday Mutt have excellent drivIng classifieds) QUALITY CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378.
Problem In Math? Then call Greg at typeset graphic spell check these record and valid Florida driver license. 12-14-76-14
377-8308. Professional Tutoring offeredat A paper pedal character employment Pay per route plus mileage
only $12. per hour. 109-5-11 database mallmerge training. Apply at the Alligator offices 1105 West Need German Tutor. 3-4 hn. weekly New car? New furniture? Fatmoneyroll?
WordPerfect specialist VIsa/MC 1214. University Avenue Ask for the route Must Have transportation. Prefer female Call Brian at 335-3964 and learn to create
Personal' Protection tear gas, pocket 52.12 driver application No call, plea**. Affirmative Call 3778254. 10 5-5-13 extra $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
sized. 113.95. Great gift LCM 2841 A Action/Equal Opportunity Em $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. ployer. Paying $10 to qualified 16 aged volunteers 10-5.5-14
33408 10-31-28-11 Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable to participate a 1 hour appt In a
: tervlce Reasonable rates. AVON 375-8967 saliva research study Must be taking F.N. Wolf and Company Ine.
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Later printer I 377-8175 til S:00pm. 12- Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train. drug for asthma, high blood pressure, or Investment Banker
14-76-12 Benefit Insurance. 12-14-76-13 depression. Call 392-6796. 1055-13 University Centre Hotel
Galnetvllle Florida October 6

1233 NW 10th Ave. Phone survey work, part.time flexible eve, Recruiting for account ...ea. (stockbrokers -
372-1684 ...RESUMES*** &wkd hrs, guar $4.25/hr.' bonus**. Callor INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED, CIA, US )
MC/VISA/lnsurance/ Complete writing & development services top by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave Customs, DEA etc. Now Hiring. List- Petition: entry level ft complete w/
Free Pregnancy Test Resume House 371.6148. 12-14- 372-4026 1010-1813 Ings. ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. K-9486 trainingFor
76-12 10-31-21-13 more Info call Mark William BOO-
Member
82S-800S
... NANNIES HEEDED Top Pay-Top
National Abortion Federation
Member: NASD and SIPC 10.5.5-14
12-1453-11 Typlng/Wordprocesslng_ WordPerfect Fimlll, NY and Vicinity, Au Pair DIDN'T WIN THE LOTTO?
5.1, quality work, fast results, tow rates,
Only Ine. 1-800-466-8699. 11.7.30.13 Guess you need a jobl) Babalou NewUsedNew Record
,
dependable, personal service Tara 332-
Biology and Zoology tutoring 8 yn experience 1469 12-14-76-12 Little Caesars Pizza offer Tape & CD I I. now open In Butler
$iO/hr.. at462-2816. 10- EARN $35 great carter opportunities Plaza In the Mini-Mall n.xtto
55.1 We open one tore a day nationwide Cinema & Drafthouse we give cash
Typing ** Typsettlng A A Resumes This week for your blood plasma donation We provide paid.on.going training for for good used tape ft CO *o call
**CAR DETAILERS** From $1.SO pg 917 NW 13 St. with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZEDsystem your career development 335.3665 or bring your tuff In.
Total care: Handwaih, Handwtx, Armorall WCS, Inc. 373-9822 allows you to donate In 1/2 the We match our job to your 10.18.10-14
tiret'dath' Vacuum! M.ntlon.d 4 12-14-76-12 time! Study while you donate or watch skills, abilities and levelof
ipectac price, find belt price-Then Call videos Free Parking. Gainesville Donor experience. FUNDRAISING Earn $10,000 + for your
3736959. 105-5-11 Center. Ell 1969 238 SW 4th Ave 378- Make your decision count) AtLittle organization, church, club or tchool We
TypingALaser Typesetting** 9431 M-Th 8-7 Fri 8-5 Sat 8.2. 12-14-117. Ceatart you don't even handle the product, you make the money
resumes report letter S etc 13 have to knock at the door of 4072902998. 10-106-14
VIDEO LINKWestgate opportunity, because It's
376-S46SA 3500 W. Univ Ave.
Regency Plaza Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76 Job In USA and overseas All occupation already open!
110 SW 34th St.. 338-1000 *. Don't limit yourself to those few Apply at Butler Plaza Little Ceasars. 10-
Movies, VCR't, Nintendo game for rent, companies that recruit on campus Jumpstart g513Cheml.try 15 PERSONALS
Beta tape for rent or ale. Put It In writing. Fast accurate reliable your job hunt. Contact College recruiters

11.00 1 off any rental- with this ad Matter In English will correct polling today. Write to C.A.S.. 652 W. Lab Dishwasher, part time, VuarneIlC.rr.ratRay-Ban/Gator. Great
Limit 1 ad per person per day. 1055-11 1 and edit. Transcribing 373-1937. 1029- .
Palm Ave Placenpia.Ca 92670 11-21. flexible hours, apply In person,Oct. 924 price*-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical
30-12 50-13 Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1
pm, ABC Research, 3437 SW 24 Ave
block from Ala Gen. 12-14-78-15
Are you having trouble finding 108313A

your bed In the clutter? Gator Typing I I. back In the SW Accurate, Paying $75 to qualified volunteer to participate Natural Foods and Vitamins
WE CAN HELPIGainesville low rates. Resumes $12115 1 pg. In new drug study for the treatment national full service brokerage firm Is Birkenitock Sandals
Mini Storage Laser printing. Days, eve*., weekend of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call looking for hard.working motivated people Sunflower Health Foods
.
4430 SW 34th St. 335-6783 3734584. 105-13-12 331-5379 12-1263-13 to work in their Palm Beach Gardens 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482
1053-11 office Call Mr. Deiter 1-800-821-g4114. 12-1476-15
**College Student needed Immediately' 10-4-1.13

Quality typlng/wordprocenlng WordPerfect for exciting outdoor job. PREGNANT? Don't guess Get Immediate
& HP III laser .'Ideal College Hour 4:30-8:30Exc test results from a reliable source -
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printer.Call TYPE/375-8973/ 10-8- Earning Potential $15 ISOdayHave PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881
Fun Meeting New People ? EARN UP TO $4000. 12-14-76-15
12 SERVICES 10-12 .
Gain experience on campus
Call Frank at 338-3121. 10-10-15-13 management l
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
Typing A report A business legal Set your own hour. Earn from $2,000- Get special student discounts on exams
resume A cassettes transcribed applications Term Papers A Typeset Resume Business INTELLIGENCE JOBS. CIA US $4,000 during this semester. Call and all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD
A letter *notary *"c.Available Legal Personal Etc. G'vllle Customs, DEA, elc Now Hiring. Call 1- Now 1-800-950-8472 Ext. 23 377-0881.. 12-1476-15
24 hours/7 days/372-2777./ 12-14-76- Handicapped Typing YOU WRITE IT, WE 805-1187-8000 Ext. K-9486 10-22-21-13 10-172-13
12 TYPE IT 378-7179 121450.12 Permanent Hair Removal
Attention Greeks, club & Individual!
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis" Inc. for
wanted for Ski & Sun responsible to
Trip organizer Warm, mature, person Info about the PERMANENT removal ofunwanted
tour, earn cash &/or go for free Call care for my 3 yr old boy 3 aft a wk. In my facial & hair. 374-4307.
1 Mogul Ski & Sun Tour, 1-800-888- NW home. Must have own transportation. body
12-1476-15
4857. 10-4013 Call 376-4055. 10.5.2-13

1 1 AILIlYrama0wLexaw / STUDENTS GET CASH$
3.00 CENTER ,.. ".. For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy'
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I '., PERSONALSSAVE PERSONALSWays I Teaks Town Branny

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ON RAYBANS to make friends at UF A SFCC- 'Oo AllD Bf.LlllOT'TOMSAM
University Opticians study hard, dress well, play tennisa ALUAOY Ltit ion MY MaiO ppS r BALK IN STlit.
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 BMW might help, ((joke) EZ Tennis 34th ..WHM n 0m. "
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FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC* For quality products prices ft service 365 Ou MY HonewalK.Q PEOPLE
Serving UP line 1977 days a year, try the tennis authority In T
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accepted G'vllle. EZ Tennis 34th St Plaza 372- w
2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. 2257, 10-5-6-15
Dr. Steven Schargel'

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12-14-76-15 BASEBALL CARDSBUYSELLTRADE / ; RAP,
/ CALL JEFF 378-
***GET A GRIP** 1856 M-F "lt5. SiS 105. 10.12.12.15 N
Call ACTS 376-7105
The Spirit-filled AIM TO LIVE
Campus Ministry Basic Pistol Instruction
12-14-76-15 Firearm & Survival Advisor
Weston McDonell 466-4094. 10-10-10-
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B 3367970.4 U buy shoes 12-14-73-15, racquets, sportswear, RAISE I !!:.AJ IMJ W Q 1.1 JAM FIELD I

strings or accessories, check us out at E
f,2 Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372-2257 105.
5-15 THOUSANDIN WHO SAYS COLLEGE DOESN'TPREPARE

OKINAWAN KARATE. instructor Hal YOU FOR THE REAL WORLD,

Clarendon will definitely get you in A WEEKThe '9oA8?, Old. I'll ALREADY IN DEBT UP TO MY
shape. Old strong style contact 377-
0413. 10-12-10-15 STUDENT EYEBALLS
fundraiser that's working .....
RAY-BANSI Best Prices Immediate De LOANS
on 1800 college campuses!
livery. Call 24 MRS For Free Catalog.
((703)) 359-9619. 10-12-20-15
Your campus group can earn up to
YESI THE BEST..CAR ALARMS + + $$1000 In just one week. No investment
.
THE DRIVER'S SIDE
needed. Be first on your campus. A FREE
607 NW 13 ST 371-8190
10-9-10-15 gift just for calling. Call Now

Shoe Sale on all Inventory!! Save from 1-800-765-8472 Ext.90 to< 9fO I Ili am"s "'.e.
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Tennissynthetic gut on tale lor $9,99,
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MCBWC 8 AN' 1111111SIPIG, cc7 56-15 around, check out Lloyd Clarke Sportswe've -
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,but threw for 351 yards,the thirdhighest Friday. "
Alligator Staff Writer "Tre's fine without
running any pain,
total in UF
history.
Everett may play Spurrier said. "He's able to leap up and

UF quarterback Shane Mathews, among "I'm not at 100 percent at all," Matthews snatch the high ones out of the air. He looks

the nation's leaders in passing and total said. "I got a knee in the stomach area, and UF wide receiver Tre Everett,who missed like he's in excellent shape right now He

offense,was able to throw a little Wednesdaybut It's like a deep internal bruise. I can't throwat Saturday's game with a cracked rib, might has a slight chance of playing.
is still ailing from a pulled stomach all right now." play against LSU,Spurrier said. Everett,who
muscle. has 11 receptions for 180 yards and two Everett has been wearing extra paddingin

UF coach Steve Spurrier said Brian Fox touchdowns, suffered the injury two weeks practice and worked out Wednesday in

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16,ALLIGATOR,THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4,1990

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SPORTSUF





still has I Mykytok stars in own 'Loony Toons' I



By BRIAN F1DELMAN

hope for an Alligator Writer

Some people say you haveto
be a little loony to be a By

NCAA titleIt's distance runner.
Mike Mykytok is no excel

tion.The P
sophomore UF cross
finally over.
country runner from Bound
The investigation, the sanctions, the opportunity
Brook, N.J., looks, acts, talks
for appeal and the plea for a changeof
and even walks differently than
the sanctions can now be forgotten by the
most other people.He '
t' Gators and their fans.
also runs differently,
The NCAA really had no choice in dis-
eraging 95-100 miles a rv
smissing UFs proposal for the change of aF'A t .ii 4P
including a Sunday run
sanctions. If they had accepted the trade,just P
about 20 miles. He said ..
think of the future NCAA '
implications.Every
should log close to 5,000 .
ruling would be like a $10 item at a garage .
for the
sale: negotiable.The year. '.. ..
This type of
NCAA could not afford the precedent.The .
of the
made Mykytok one
whole process as it stands takes far too : .
high school distance
1 .
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long already. in the nation. And last '
: ,. .-
running for the Gators, he .
Schultz the fastest college freshman : "' --

SPORTUGUESEWhile the nation in 10,000 meters. 'I1"t! I ,8".j'f. .:; IIIJ\Y! ..- ". -.....:

Perhaps his greatest
plishment thus far came at

the latest ruling dashes any hopes international level this
the Gators had of a Southeastern Conference mer at the World Junior ADRIAN DENNIS
championship, it is still entirely possible for pionships in Bulgaria, be one of the top long distance runners in the country within a few
the Gators to win at least a share of a national he placed eighth in 10,000 had the best time in the nation in the 10,000 meters as a
championship.The ters, covering 25 laps in :

Gators are currently ranked 10th in Mykytok was the first In"L "I got said. "In high school, I was work ethic combined with his
the Associated Press poll compiled by sportswriters ican to finish.Mykytok's. and missed always challenging myself. I natural talent could make hima

around the country, but they have winning That's would do 100 sit-ups,go to bed great runner,"Holland said.
been dropped from the United Press Inter- have carried over to this I the tail, at nine, wake up at four, drink Competing on a high level

national poll which is compiled by voting of son. The sophomore came started two raw eggs, go out on a fast could be nerve-racking, but
college football coaches.The UPI won't con- second Sept. 22 in a meet run, lift weights, go to school Mykytok has a way of dealing
sider a team on probation.Until the University of Virginia, Pat McD- and then run again in the after- with stress.

the Gators lose,they should continueto peting against some of major noon." "On the day of a race, I sit
climb in the AP poll. They have already nation's fastest runners. said Head Coach John Webb saidif in my room and meditate,
jumped 13 places in the past two weeks. A Mykytok and the rest of the strang- Mykytok keeps up his cur- man,"he said. "I visualize my-
couple more wins and they could be a stepor team will travel to met. rent level of training,he shouldone self doing different things,like
two away from No.1. this weekend to compete in fresh air," of the best runners in the running through the woods
In 1985 the Gators were in a similiar Florida State Invitational." "He's a real United States within five or six like a deer."
situation.They were on probation and havinga Mykytok, nicknamed also one of years.
great season. Going into the Georgia game Night Rider," is not hard runners As for his wardrobe,
the Gators had a 7-0-1 record and were recognize on campus. Derek Holland, Webb's as- Mykytok has a different shirt
ranked No. 1 in the country. Sports Illus blond hair is kept very sistant, said Mykytok's dedica- for each day of the week.

trated debated in its issue that week if the on top, but a thick tail likes to run tion to running is an importantpart That way, I wake up and I Idon't
Gators should be allowed the No. 1 ranking down his back."I of what makes him so have to decide what to
good.
while on probation. But the debate becamea was on a run on a far I can wear, man," he said. "It's just
dead issue when the Bulldogs took the night my sophomore year I man," he "His training habits and sitting there for me."

Gators apart in Jacksonville that Saturday,

243.The
only team ever to win a share of the

national championship while on probation Kinchen LSU's five-sport phenomBy
., was the Oklahoma team of 1974. AP ranked
the undefeated Sooners the top team in the ....
nation that year, but UPI chose once beaten RON KASPRISKE selection in 1986, also played there; from. at Trafton Academy High.

USC. Alligator Staff Writer 1984-87. He was the second leading scorer on the
For the Gators to have had a shot at the "Growing up here was a big influence," state championship basketball team, a
SEC title they probably would have had to Todd Kinchen, the Southeastern Kinchen said. "I went to every home game starter on the state championship baseball

win the remainder of their conference sched- Conference's leading receiver, never really and,of course,my brother and father played team, a regional finalist on the tennis team
had much of a choice of what college to here. But my decision to come to LSU was arid
shot all-district
ule anyway. To have a at a possible an long jumper in track.
attend. based on the fact that other colleges just
share of the national championship, they
"When I school
came here out of high ,
would have to do that, and in addition, beat Despite excelling in five sports in high stopped recruiting me. Intention football"
my wasn't just to ,
school and being named one of the best "There around that I pursue
Florida State and Akron. was a rumor going said
Kinchen who the
of
was a member
'"' Those are lofty goals for the UF team to. all-round athletes in his home state, was going to LSU no matter what. I'm gladI 1987 LSU basketball team. "But I made a

aspire to, but in terms of championships, Kinchen said colleges stopped recruitinghim I did come here,but it's funny that no other deal with coach Archer that if my grades

they are the only real goals left. sometime during his junior year. colleges even offered me a visit. fell below a C, I would have to quit all other
UF head coach Steve Spurrier said Tuesday All except one, that is. Kinchen, now'a senior, has rewarded the sports. So I had to quit basketball."
that the Gators were reevaluating the Louisiana State, which will\ face UF this Tigers by leading the SEC in receiving
goals they set for this season. He stressed Saturday at 7:30: p.m., wasted no time in yardage with 435 yards on 19 receptions, Kinchen was named the SEC's CoPlayerof
its that there is still much to play for this year. scooping up the prize recruit.Of averaging nearly 109 yards a game That the Week for his performance against
The possible shot at an NCAA champion- course, Kinchen said in retrospect, it total also puts Kinchen fourth in the nation. Texas A&M. He caught five passes for 133
yards and scored .
ship is surely one of the goals Spurrier doesn't matter how many schools were re- "What can't I tell about him," LSU coach on a 79-yard reception.But
discussed with the team. cruiting him because he wouldn't have gone Mike Archer said. "He's a large portion of Kinchen said his statistics won't mat-

More importantly though, Spurrier said anywhere else. our offense. Between a third and a half of ter against, UF.

the Gators have no reason to feel sorry for The native of Baton Rouge, La., LSU's the time we throw, the ball goes to Todd "They're too tough a defense for anyoneto
themselves. He pointed out that it is a great home, grew up watching the Tigers play. Kinchen. He's got a lot of god-given ability." think they could overmatch them,"

... opportunity just to attend and play for UF. His father Gus played for the Tigers from Kinchen, a 6-foot, 190-pound split end, Kinchen said. "We just have to out hustle
At least it was for him.VAAU..M'rIRM.lHFl. 1958-60 and his brother Brian, an All-SEC said he misses the other sports he played them Saturday."



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