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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 29 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1990I




I plan to save Summer A expected- to passBy I


MIKE BRUSCELL State Education Commissioner Betty Castor percent. that would give schools more budget power,
Alligator Staff WriterA and the Board of Regents,would reduce the Although Woodward said some changesto said he was pleased with the state's re-
money UF must return to the state from$8.4 the recommendations will be made today sponse.
plan to rescue about three-fourths of million to about $5.7 million. during a 9 a.m. meeting of Cabinet aides, and
"That sounds like good news,
very
UF's 1991 Summer A classes is to the will follow the
expected The board is the 13-member panel that suggestions generally that fulfills our understanding that the governor
pass through the Cabinet with few changes, oversees the nine state universities. Regents' ideas. She declined to elaborate on and the budget director and the Cab-
a state budget official said Thursday."It what the suggestions would be.
Martinez ordered all state agencies to trim inet understand our needs and are willing to
seems to have the support of the entire 5 percent from their budgets because of Martinez and the Cabinet will make their work with us," Lombardi said.
educational community," said Patti diminished tax returns and a sluggish econ final decision on the budget cuts Tuesday at
Woodworth, Gov. Bob Martinez's budget omy. With the money from an emergencytrust a 9 a.m. meeting in Tallahassee. Lombardi said faculty and administratorswill

director. fund for state schools and a fund of UF President John Lombardi, who begin work on the leaner summer schedule
The plan, recommended last week by lottery money that total would drop to 3.3 pressed the Regents to recommend a plan when UF receives the revised plan.




Speaker advocates peace I

f .b y,

King says UF could promote diversity betterBy I

would like to tell you from my own life
rM PATRICIA LEE
experience that it works, but you have to
Alligator Writer
practice it," King said.
The best way for people to celebrate The case for non-violence can be found
cultural diversity and help each other is to today all over the world through the
promote changes without violence,Coretta changes taking place in Eastern Europeand
Scott King told a UF audience at the the Soviet Union, she said.
O'Connell Center Thursday night. "We are entering an exciting new phasein
Coretta Scott King, widow of civil-rights the non-violent movement," she said.
leader Martin Luther King Jr., came to UF "Non-violent movements are beginning tol'Let's
as part of People Awareness internationalize.
Week, the univer King challenged her
sity-wide celebration of move forwardwith audience to pick up the

diversity. Her speechwas Martin Luther torch of freedom, be-
sponsored by UF come revolutionaries for
and Accent, Student King's dream burn- non-violence and put an
Government's speakers end to apartheid, poverty
bureau. ing in our hearts. repression, the

King, who is the arms race and racism.
Coretta Scott King
founding president and She also echoed the
chief executive officer of Chief Executive Officerof comments made earlier

The Martin Luther King the Martin Luther by Lombardi.
Jr. Center for Nonviolent People Awareness
Social Change in At. King Jr. Center for Non- Week and UF's commit

lanta, was greeted witha violent Social Changecrowd ment to diversity are not
standing ovation by a an effort to make everyone
of about 1,000. the same but to
:16 Following comments by UF President broaden awareness of diversity, Lombardi
John Lombardi, King was presented the said.This
key to the city by Gainesville City Commis- effort to help minorities also helps
sioners,who lauded her work in civil rights. the majority, King said.
.r Throughout her hour-long speech, King The civil-rights movement of the'50s and
stressed the importance of dealing with '60s was not only about freedom for blacks,
NATALEE WATERs-ALLIGATOR social issues through non-violent change. but it was a liberation for all people. Pro-
Coretta Scott King, wife of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., spoke To some of you young people who feel
I Thursday night to about 1,000 people at the O'Connell Center. that non-violence does not work today..I see King, page 5




I 'Commissioner: City government needs restructuring I


women and senior citizens. day in April and the formation of the White Because a structural change in city government
By JOHN F. BERRY Student Union.In requires an amendment to
"The message is, discrimination and sex
Alligator Writer ual harassment will not be tolerated," Long a two-hour workshop in City Hall, Long Gainesville's charter, Long plans a two-
Racial tensions, sexual harassment and said. "UF students can feel assured that proposed combining all human relation ser pronged attack to ensure the proposal is

equal opportunity are among the issues problems of race relations will have a higher vices, which are now scattered among vari- passed.
Gainesville City Commissioner Rodney priority with the Gainesville City Commis- ous city agencies, into one office that would During the meeting, Long said he wants
Long plans to tackle with the proposed Char sion,whether it is on-campus or off(campus." answer directly to the Gainesville City Com- city commissioners to adopt it outright. But
ter Office of Human Relations. mission. Long said this would provide the after the meeting he said this method may
is needed
Long said the charter office accountability needed to guarantee the city's fail because it will cost about $124,000.
Outlining his plan Wednesday before the immediately. During his presentation, he '. compliance with its Affirmative Action goals.
"
Affirmative'' Action Advisory Board, Long cited January's defacing of the downtown "Justice has no price tag, Long said dur-
said Gainesville needs to restructure city Martin Luther King Jr. memorial,the racist- "The more direct access to the person see Office, page 8
government so it can better serve minorities, skinhead celebration of Adolf Hitler's birth making the decision, the better," he said.

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ELSEWHEREDocuments BE'LIEVER

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sought in gas price probeWASHINGTON


(UPI) Federal prosecutors said eral James Rill,head of the Anti-trustDivision."It also
Thursday they have demanded documents and writ- provided us with an opportunity to have the parties
ten explanations from the oil industry as part of a explain the factors that caused them to raise gasoline
widening Justice Department investigation into recent prices."
gasoline price increases. Earl Ross, spokesman for the American Petroleum
The department's Anti-trust Division launched the Institute, an industry group, said a similar inquiry by
inquiry Aug. 6 to determine if price-fixing or other the Energy Department on an upswing in heating oil
anti-trust violations played a part in sharp price in- prices last winter found no evidence of collusion.
creases at the gas pump following Iraq's Aug. 2 "The American Petroleum Institute believes that a
invasion of oil-rich Kuwait. fair and impartial investigation of recent increases in
Justice Department investigators already have the prices of crude oil and its products will reveal thata f- GHOS itih
questioned several top executives from oil companies, free market was at work," Ross said. $
officials said, adding that the oil industry has cooper- The department declined to name the companiesor IWl19I! IV>E'u' : W I WM71i1 .T
ated in the probe. detail the nature of the information requested. But
"That phase of the investigation developed substantial Rill said the subpoenas were issued to major oil
information about the nature of crude oil and companies, independent refiners and gas marketers.The According to crime statistics, 1 out of every 4
gasoline markets and how they behaved in the wakeof subpoenas should enable investigators to scru- women will be attacked in their lifetime.
the Aug. 2 invasion," said Assistant Attorney Gen tinize oil industry explanations of the price hikes.

Will You Be ReadyIf
. Funds tightened after conventionTALLAHASSEE

This Happens?

(UPI) Top officials of the De- Paulson had been scheduled to deliver an address,
partment of Professional Regulation spent $6,200 to while Jones and Garrett were to take part in panel This tape teaches simple but
attend a convention in Seattle last month despite a discussions. effective techniques that may be
belt-tightening policy that discourages out-of-state Agency spokeswoman Laurie Cain said travel was used by women and children
travel. cut back because of budget constraints in state goven- against would-be attackers. By
Four lower level DPR officials who were scheduledto ment. Next week,Gov. Bob Martinez and the Cabinetare learning basic self-defense tech-
make presentations to the Clearinghouse for Licensure scheduled to vote on $544 million in spending niques, you can Increase your
Examination and Regulation were told they could cutbacks because of lagging tax collections.An chances of escaping an attacker.
not take the trip, the Tallahassee Democrat reported Aug. 28 edict permits out-of-state travel only by You can (learn these techniques
Thursday.DPR employees delivering essential state services."I through this tape by studyingthe
Secretary Larry Gonzalez attended the four think this was a very necessary trip," said Gon- different maneuvers and es-
days of meeting with his assistant Jon Johnson and zalez, adding that the trip was financed by fees paid cape tactics shown. No where
assistant secretary Ed Hart. So did Hart's deputy Bob by licensed professionals, not the taxpayers.He else will you l find such concise,
Ashburn and agency lobbyist Allison Yaeger, accord- said the agency brass were promoting nextyear's simple and easy to learn escape
ing to travel records. CLEAR convention in Miami Beach. techniques than with
But DPR psychometrics and research directorDavid "As for being vital to the agency, certainly I think TRAINERSELITE
Paulson, examinations administrator Ha Jones bringing tourism to Florida is important," Gonzalez
and Marion Garrett, who coordinates services to said. "I'm hoping to have more than 1,000 attend in Save Your Life!
candidates for professional licensing stayed home. Miami Beach."
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CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (UPI) 'A Tennessee a state of shock," said Irvin Overton, executive vice
sessions run
hospital grounded its LifeForce helicopter becausethe president of Erlanger. "Our deepest sympathies go Photo rM2
crew of the air ambulance is in a state of shock out to the family and friends of Greg Neely." from October
over the death of a paramedic on a rescue mission, Tuesday night, the air ambulance was called to MT117pmWFr
officials said Thursday. Sand Mountain near the Davis community in Dade Cyx f','i r 9-5 pmt
Paramedic Greg Neely died Wednesday after fall- County, Ga., where Michael Fields, 20, of Henagar, L !t Check In at
ing 100 feet from a cliff on Sand Mountain while tryingto Ala., had fallen while scaling a cliff. '1 G I'' t Rm 121 JWRU
save a fallen climber,said John Workman,Erlanger Neely lowered himself down the cliff to help Fields.
Medical Center's vice president. After the crew rigged a basket to pull out Fields,Neely v TWOWEEKS
"LifeForce is out of the program right now,"Work started up the cliff alongside the injured climber.Just "
man said. The emotional makeup of the crew was before reaching the safety of a rescue worker's grasp, fS:
such that we didn't feel it was safe to run it" Neely's rope broke and he fell He died Wednesdayat r'r-
Workman said the crew,which includes five nurses the hospital. Fields is listed in critical but stable A ONLY!
and four paramedics,will undergo stress evaluations condition."He _
given by state workers before officials decide when gave his life during a mission to save another," It's something you'll
the LifeForce helicopter can fly again. Erlanger President James Pickle said. "Greg was treasure forever""!
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KINGfrom their faith in God and move on ina

page 1 positive move spirit"Lets forward with Mar- Two party banners disappear I

grams that encourage diversity
tin Luther King's dream burningin

prepare the global white community students of to the live'90s in, our hearts," she said. Browne removes Vision banner until others are replacedBy I

Those in the audience found
she said. banner was hanging in the Plaza of Browne then decided to have a
King praised UF's effort but her message inspirational."She's CARRIE SEGAL the Americas. Both the Student campaign worker take down the
said that work still must be done. got a lot of love and Alligator Writer Coalition and Independent Vision Party banner,Miranda said.
"UF has done well, but UF can humanity and it's wonderful that Student Body President Michael Coalition's banners were hangingin Miranda said he doesn't plan to
become a national leader," she she's trying to convey that to oth- Browne took down a Vision Party the plaza Wednesday, he said. file a complaint.
ers,"" said Udai Basavaraj, a UF campaign banner Thursday after Miranda said he went into Browne said he doesn't know
said.That can be accomplished by graduate student in mathematics."It hearing that his competitors' ban- Browne's office and asked him if who tore down the banners,adding

setting up more scholarships for motivates me to smile more ners were torn down. he knew anything about the ban- that it could have been students
minorities, hiring and giving ten- and be nicer to others becauseyou ners being torn down. who are sick of the campaigning or
ure to more minorities and requir- don't see that so much on this Nelson Miranda, president of another party."I .
ing cultural awareness courses, campus. Everyone is kind of the 32608 Student Coalition, said "Mike was surpised,"" Miranda am extremely angry,"Browne
she said. wrapped up in their own little when he arrived at school 10 a.m. said."He said he had nothing to do said. "It's a form of censorship and
The soft-spoken King also re- world," Basavaraj said. "Hope- Thursday, only the Vision Party's with it, and I believe it." virtual terrorism. .
minded audience members to put fully we can reach out more."


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Darts & laurelsLAUREL fettwhen mttui he[ Core, a ,

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to administrators for setting up the Women

Students' Health Care Task Force to correct the prob-

lems surrounding UF's Sexual Assault Recovery Service.

SARS has a waiting list of patients for the first time in

its 10-year existence. The list developed from a combination

of events, including the loss of one full-time therapistand

the reduction of another therapist's hours to half

time.

The task force's first priority is to eliminate the waitinglist

and then interview SARS and Infirmary officials about

the program and other Infirmary changes, such as the

proposed elimination of the Women's Clinic.

We do have one reservation about the task force, Take the time to show both sidesWhat

though. It has 10 members, and they're all women.

Obviously only women can truly explain the health we're dealing with here is a question of Lorraine Scbneeberger

care they need, but if male administrators were as sensitive fairness. RREADERS'
to women's health care as we'd like them to be, a per- Two Alligator articles printed recently have ADVOCATE
ated heated feedback from some UF students.
son of either gender could sit on this committee and give
I got a call from Jamie Sanders, a second-year UF
Alligator should have presented this alternative
insight. history major, who offered an alternative opinion on
view in the Bork
We hope the administrators who receive this task the"review of Judge Bork"article printed in the Sept. 1 story.
There was not one,but two goofs in the same paper.
force's report read its suggestions and take them seri 21 Alligator.
That paper ran an article on page one that declared,
ously. And we hope they attend some of the committee's First, Sanders commented that Bork was more "Students agree rulings unfair."This article dealt with
well-received by the full house in the Reitz Union
meetings to hear the discussion that goes into formingthe Ballroom than the article implied. For Sanders, the UFs current favorite subject the NCAA ruling

recommendations. statement "Audience reaction to Bork's speech was against our football program.
DART to the NCAA for refusing to let UF swap its ban mixed" was a misrepresentation. The key word here is "agree.

on a bowl game for a reduction in football scholarships. "You only had to be t there to listen to the applause Third-year journalism student Christy Day hurled
he said. the paper in front of me and said "/don't agree.. this
UF was willing to accept what the NCAA calls a "
Sanders also pointed out that the head of UF College is wrong.
harsher We realize if NCAA made
penalty. the an "
excep- "We need to be for offenses, Day
Democrats, Dawn Koren, was quoted in the article punished our
tion for UF, it probably would have to let all schools that while a Republican view was shunned altogether.said..."It's unfortunate for the players, but by (college

are on probation bargain their penalties.But !By presenting only the Democratic viewpoint:the officials) saying,Take our scholarships instead,'we're
this was the fans' last chance to see the Gators' article could (and probably did) bias readers. not taking our medicine."

seniors play in a bowl this year, which it looks like theyare I contacted Margaret Lezcano,Florida chairwoman I found other students shared Day's attitude. Engineering -
well on their to. We're just to see thou of College Republicans, for her opinion. She said major Rick Butler said"That's the way it goes
way ,
sorry presenting the Republican side in issues has been a ... (the school) deserved it."
sands of because few and coachescouldn't
people pay a players "consistent problem with The Alligator." Freshman Orion Marx tossed in his two cents'"I
play by the rules. wish The Alligator would pay attention to both worth: "People have got to realize it's not personal.
LAUREL to the Division of Housing for sponsoring sides of the story," Lezcano said. The state is looking at the football program as a whole.
People Awareness Week. Although she did not attend Bork's conference,she The players got the raw end of the deal, but it is the

The week included several events to celebrate diversity did offer her opinion of the controversial Supreme organization, not the team, that is being punished.
Court nominee. Personally I think one of my professor's comments
; and teach students about other cultures. UF also
, gavePresident's Basing her comments on Koren's quote in the adequately sums up the other side: "Steve Spurrier
Humanitarian Awards to people who encourage article that "(Bork) is about as extreme as you can has got to understand this is the University of Florida,
diversity and promote multicultural activities. We're get," Lezcano replied, "If it's being said that Bork is not the University of Gators."
j glad to see the administration exhibiting a commitmentto as far right as you can get, he's not. I wish he would I think what I'm trying to say is obvious.You can't
diversity on campus. have been confirmed. have one side without the other, and you can't say
What's really interesting is that even though Sand"agree" when everyone doesn't. The Alligator has to
ers said he doesn't necessarily take a conservative cover all the bases.
view on issues, he still wanted to see that side shown. Lorraine Schneeberger Is a journalism Junior.
Included in today's Alligator is a supplement called A I ETTERS TO THE EDITOR
City United. It's a joint effort with the Community Crisis

Response Team and is paid for by several organizations.The Columnist look out. Maybe I'm more dumb than

supplement's purpose is to help the community re- may Come to think of it,if Wallington nice,because the Student Conduct
cover from the recent murders of five college students. have missed mark is an example of the quality of people Court doesn't play.After a hearing,
who are five deep into I left without season
years am now my
tii We hope everyone reads it and learns something that Editor: I'm glad to see that all this college, we all need to be worried. tickets.
y'' speeds the healing process.alligator talk about social tolerance, multicultural Mark WorthGainesville
education and open-mind-' Since I am a huge Gator fan,I'm
edness is finally paying off. quite upset. Now I've got no foot

Editor In his Oct. 1 column, Mark Chivalrous act ball.And have I seen this girl lately?
Wallington refers to the pop singing NO. Basically I got owned.
Judy A. Plunkett
New Kids on the Block the gets punishedEditor "nice
Editor group as The basic lesson here is
Managing Editor Opinions "fag five." Directly next to his column

: At the first UF football guys finish last.'
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier ironically, is an Alligator edi- game, I was ejected for not sitting '
torial blasting sexism. in 'By the way-: thanks Lauren.
my assigned
Latter Policy seat.Actually,I took, See the rest of yall at' the away
)
Beware, editors of the blame
for
Letters,to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be newspaper a girl who was squeezing -
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include typed name address end telephone/ the United States. Wallington is in with me. At the time, I fig games.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just eeuee If you haw sty questions cell Hewitt
an example of a new breed of as- ured, hey, Fm a nice guy, IH take. Scott
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I Veteran lauds UF's accessibility to handicapped I IBy

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AMY K.WILES Awareness Week. national television ad.
Alligator Writer Demby told an audience of about 100 that His dream was shattered at four-inch curb to someone in a wheel
UP is the most accessible school for the Vietnam, when a Viet Cong or in braces, is like a mountain."
The man smiled and walked up the stairsto disabled that he has visited. However, he truck he was driving. He
the stage in the Reitz Union's Rion Ball- said physically limited students here still following his accident with tears has almost 200 students registered as
room. The feat seemed simple, but for Bill deal with obstacles every day. "I didn't know all of the but disabled student affairs Dean '
Demby it bordered on a miracle. "There's a gap between the disabled and going to have when I returned Osfield said there may be up to 500.
Demby has bad both legs amputated able-bodied people here, and what I try to try," he said. "When I told please."A I difference stems from permanently dis-
below the knee. MA the short stroll up the do is close that gap by making people aware my legs, they usually just and temporarily disabled students not
steps Monday night required advanced technology of what we need and what we can do," started to hurt with UF.
and years of hard work. Demby said. "There are 32 million
Demby is a nationally-ranked disabled With the help of artificial legs made by the United States alone," Limited University Students
track-and-field competitor and winner of the DuPont, Demby, 40, can now walk and finally biggest problems we have are ( ) brings disabled student concerns to
1990 Disabled Veteran of the Year Award. fulfilled his high school dream to play barriers and limited PLUS President Beth Formica .
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page 1 ville residents in March."If connected together, it decreases the administrators Long's idea to make Affirmative Action compliance
ing his presentation.The it wasn't badly needed,I wouldn't have and increases the foot soldiers." mandatory."I .
money will be used to hire three office proposed it,"he said."It's like voting against said don't think it should become .
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istrative costs, he said. apple pie. Affirmative Action compliance by city man- ," retired Gainesville resident Elly
Besides the commission route, Long can Long said he has enlisted several campus agers should become mandatory. A failureto Larocque said. The results of it should not
petition to place the initiative on a binding organizations to aide his petition drive.Local hire and promote some minority candi- become a negative responding to a nega.
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plan.If. Racism, said its 700 members will help. manager may deminish pay raises, cancel She said discrimination against blacks
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:;. ,'ti Six; weeks have passed since the tragedies that stole the lives of five University of Florida and Santa Fe
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country has been tremendous. Never before have the citizens of Alachua County and the student body at

the University of Florida and Santa Fe Communtiy College been tested so urgently or completely.


66 1T TT ealing after a tragedy is a ..,:.... installation of window and door
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o JL JL a long time," said ,..!.:'f I'.r'" 1- N.:.,, businesses.The .
Laura Knudson, administrator of the '," '" ,. p' ',,'"_' """ ,I'.,I: Trauma Response Team of
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State Attorney's Office of Victim "' ,.. .: u"' .,, .'. '11", .,;>. the National Organization for
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Witness Services. "Part of the process ",' ,. ,.. .,.. ," \I. --oI" ..'.14'':. Victim Assistance, which is dis-

involves addressing the fears, con- <. ,. ,'..."...",f, '. patched to help communities cope
cerns and emotions we all have. 'hi. '": I .." '.. .' : after a tragedy, said they have never
Another part of healing is recognizing >, _,.':.," ''" .' .. seen a community as well preparedas
how well the community ... ., 'fJ...! Gainesville to help itself during a
pulled together during this crisis," ; I. ".. ,f crisis. Many of the programs the
said Knudson. ,.', .. 4.. Trauma Response Team activates in
,
The Gainesville community community crisis situations were
worked together to face the recent }..'';/+: ) t /-.(' c. already in place and functioningwhen
tragedy of the murder of five college .1.\. Ir II, the team arrived in Gainesville.The .
students, Sonja Larson,Tracy Paules, '; \\01' ,. ,,i..,.fJ! --- community! group that
Christina Powell,Christa Hoyt and ,. came together to plan an organized
Manuel Taboada. i response to the tragedy became
Although we have undergoneacute ,I known as the Community Crisis
trauma,our community has Coordination Team.The team is
gained an unprecedented unity. .\ ". made up of representatives from
Dozens of caring stories have Alachua County, the City of
emerged about members of the local Gainesville,Mental Health Services,
academic,law enforcement,govern- University Counseling Center,
ment and business communities. Alachua County Crisis Center,
Businesses provided food,supplies 1\ University of Florida, Santa Fe Com-
..
and services to weary workers and munity College,School Board of
"volunteers. Area churches,com- Alachua County,Campus Ministry
munity organizations and many Cooperatives,United Church of
individuals opened their homes and Gainesville, Gainesville Police
apartments so others could sleep a Department, Alach-ja County Sher-
bit easier.Telephone services f for iffs Office, University Police Department
students to call home and free Family'members of two of the slain students participate in the memorialtree : Emergency Medical Service,
planting ceremony held at Westside Park during White Ribbon Week. See City,Page 2


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Witness Services, Chamber of Com- !. ..:
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ciation, the American Red Cross, ;
The Gainesville Sun and TV 20.

Craig Fugate, manager of the
office of emergency management,
pointed out that had this crisis

occurred two years ago, even 18
months ago, the community wouldnot
have been as prepared to
respond. "Many of these groups
were part of a planning process we .
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undertook in this county about two

years ago to create an organized
county-wide crisis response plan under the leadership of the Crisis

Center. We are fortunate, as a com- \I
munity, that we organized before this ,
crisis occurred," said Fugate, "I hope
that other communities will consider I

creating similar crisis response plans. I' t. ,
There is just no way to express how I J.' .
valuable it has been to us."
The Community Crisis Coordination I If' .._ 0
Team also helped plan activitiesto .
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assist the community in the heal- .
ing process and to answer questions ,..-
about coping and recovering from
the crisis. Some of the activities
included a week of remembrance,

September 16 through 23, a displayof ---
white ribbons throughout the

community, a special Adopt-A-Tree ."
program and a community-wide ges-
ture of thank you cards, the cards
will be framed and presented to
agencies involved in responding to
the crisis. Flags were also flown at Flags were flown at,hal f mast throughout the Gainesville community in recognition of the Sept. 16-23 "week of remembrance."
I IThe
half-mast throughout the communityin
recognition of the memorial week. -- --
"We are fortunate to live in this Academic Dr.Jack Faricy, professor of Busi- that may have existed between and
community," said Bob Douglass, ness Administration at the Universityof among them," said Dr. Michael
Unites For
executive vice president of the Community Florida, feels that "the courage Gannon, University of Florida pro-
Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce StrengthThe and strength in this community are fessor of Liberal Arts &Sciences.Dr. .

"Despite the hurt, fear and fall academic semester usually remarkable. You can feel the concern Heijia Wheeler, vice presidentof
loss we will always remember, so begins a time when students are throughout Alachua County, the Student Affairs at Santa Fe Com-
many members of our communitycame excited about leaving home and City of Gainesville, the University, munity College, has spent 23 years in
together, to help in a time of heading toward the adventure of col- the Community College, faculty, staff the Gainesville community and has
need.This situation proves what and students.They are not separable.Our always known there was an underlying -
lege. But this fall,there was no fun,
many in our community have alwaysfelt. adventure. For greatest strength is our support strength in her students. "I am so
no laughter, no many,
We are one, and when we work the tragedy of the five Gainesvillearea system. We are all here." impressed with the students. You see
together even under great stress, our student slayings brought a Similar sentiments are echoed all them more tolerant and forgiving of
accomplishments are unlimited." stoic sense of grief and fear to the over Gainesville college campuses as each other. The fact that they are
people struggle to regain control in here and alive and safe it's almost
campuses.And although Gainesville has their lives. Students, faculty and staff like we have been given another

experienced what one professor are coming together to protect, nur- chance to look at each other and
described as a "random, violent tear ture and heal one another. "One of focus on the important things. It
of its fabric that has shocked the the things that struck me about the gives me faith in the next generationas
community," a subtle feeling of unity way in which the university handledthe I grow older and I look to the
and strength has taken hold among crisis was the manner in which so young people to take over adult life.
the academic and community many people of diverse interests and. It gives you a sense of hope."
members. constituencies came together quicklyand
efficiently, shedding any per-
sonal interests and prior turf battles

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Not only did students accept trust again. That's going to take
d responsibility for themselves and some time to help them deal with
others, but many faculty members their own feelings and reactions to
became actively involved. "Faculty come out of this as a whole person
W oPI3YAl.. members have invited students into without too much damage being
their homes and have invited stu- done. We need to find vehicles for
dents to use their telephones to call people to express their real feelingsin
home. A number of faculty membersand a legitimate way without havingto
spouses went to the dorms to apologize for them."
talk with students in their living Unity remains a constant theme
environment and just to be with within the academic community."The .
them. This happened across campus, unity we all experienced in the
ALACHUA CO% and the faculty distinguished itself. wake of this tragedy is a unity we
I've heard many stories of how need to promote and foster," said
they became a comforting presencein Dr. Gannon. "All elements of the
a time of great need. They did it campus (and community) should set
because they are human beings and aside their differences during this
----- they would do it again in an instant.We've healing period and focus on those
In recognition of the memorial week white ribbons were displayed by businesses and always had a strong traditionof things which unite us. I think that'swhat
the Gainesville
private citizens throughout
community.
/ andit all well direct
faculty/student friendship, we might our
showed," remarked Dr. Gannon. energies toward.
Faculty at Santa Fe Community One hopes that a university wouldbe
College responded the same way. a place where a certain awakening
Many volunteered to patrol the cam- occurs in all its forms, but it's a terri-
pus and escort students to their cars ble thing that a rude awakening of
from class. Faculty who worked an this sort should come so suddenlyand
eight hour day teaching, spent their descend so powerfully on young
evenings with students who neededto minds and hearts. Nonetheless, if we
Y44 talk or who needed the presenceof can draw any good from this situa-
an older adult. tion, I believe we can draw from this
The staff at both institutions experience a better understanding of
worked tirelessly to bring some mea- the vagaries of human life."
i sure of safety and order back into the Dr. Wheeler echoes Dr. Gannon's
Y students' lives:University of Florida reflections of community strength.
received up to 400 calls a day from "The students will never be as inno-
concerned parents and friends duringthe cent as they were, they have lost the
first two weeks of the crisis. Tele- gift of trust in terms of the outside
phone lines all over campus were world.
busy, manned by compassionate staff "Yet the flipside is that they also
members working long hours, know that there are lifelines out
answering tough questions. there. There t re people they can leanon
Counselors worked from 7 am to and grab onto for support. So, if
10 pm to meet the needs of students anything will come out of this experience
experiencing various levels of dis- I think they learned that as
tress. Describing the situation at tragic and horrible as this was, they
Santa Fe, Sylvia DeGale, a college went beyond that and learned that
counselor, said, "All academic coun- human societies develop through
seling was suspended. Anyone who synergistic events that occur whenwe
came in with any kind of stress or live together and realize that the
anxiety, anything at all related to the combined strength of the communityis
homicides, that was the priority. greater than that of the indi-
Everything is focused on supportingthe vidual."
students. It will have to be this See City,Page 4
way for a long time."
Administrators at University of
Florida are also concerned with the
long term support needs of students.
"I've been around students for more
than 30 years," said Art Sandeen,
vice president for student affairs at
University of Florida, and this is the
most tragic situation I've ever experi-
l
,
enced. Any human being would be
affected by this. This situation isn't
over yet. The primary responsibilityof
the university is to educate stu-
dents about safety. In the long term
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City,From Page 3 department, the officer drove back to already has begun some type of heal- "It was a real experience gettingto
Gainesville, ending his vacation. ing process, many police officers know the out-of-town media and
Law Enforcement's "We've always been a close knit have had little time to tend to their some of the heavyweights like ABC,
Strength AndDedication department,"Tipton said. "This wasa own personal needs. NBC, CBS, and CNN," Darnell said.
horrible thing that happened, but a For investigator Alice Hendon and "The media industry saw a very progressive -
real camaraderie was apparent. Peo- her husband, Corporal Mark hi tech system with data
During this time of strife, Alachua ple would say 'Can I work for you? Hendon, both police officers for the bases dealing with intelligence infor-
County has witnessed a unity and Can I relieve you so you can have University of Florida Police Depart- mation and, 'machine in place
cohesiveness, a "dowhateverittakesforeachother'ssafety" lunch?' Better than this though, I ment, it is still too early to commenton working at a textbook level of coop-
think we've become closer to the many positive aspects of the eration among so many different
attitude, unprecedented in the historyof community. That's most important.More situation. agencies."
the community people know our officers by "Everyone's working crazy Darnell also pointed out, "Most I
Within a moment's notice, the their first names." hours," Alice said. "Mark and I of the media attempted to do a good
Gainesville Police DepartmentGPD Not only did University police haven't seen each other for the last job,especially the local media. They
( ),the University of Florida officers support each other during three weeks except for a couple of deserve a lot of credit for workingwith
Police Department (UPD), the this stressful period but so did times.We've got a little boy who us and trying to be accurate.
Alachua County Sheriff's Offfice, the city officers. just turned six and the day all this They were under incredible pressureto
Federal Bureau of Investigation and "The reaching out for one another started, he started kindergarten.It's be competitive, and since they
several other state and national law has been a reaffirmation that most of been real hard for him." were local it was felt they should
enforcement agencies consolidated in us are very good and we can pull For 16 straight hours,Alice man- have had the best handle on the
investigative pursuit. All jurisdiction together to overcome this thing," ned the Crime Prevention Office's situation."
disappeared, and competition said Lieutenant Sadie Darnell, hotline on the first day victims were Darnell noticed the need for peopleto
between agencies dissolved. public information officer for the discovered. She handled over 500 deal with and confront their fears
Lieutenant Spencer Mann from the Gainesville Police Department."I calls from frightened students, associated with the calamity, explaining -
Alachua County Sheriffs Office con- think this is because we all students and citizens providing that facing the reality that some-
sidered the assembling of a dynamic believe in the basic good nature of investigative leads, and students' thing happened to the communityand
process he has never witnessed human beings, and we're shocked to parents, wanting to know about each of us individually is healthy.
before anywhere. the core when something like this the safety of their children. "People have begun to reassess
"Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) happens," said Darnell. Alice summarized valuable leads their faith, their values, their pri-
and Florida Department of Law The community made evident its and channeled the information to the orities,"Tipton said. "I think we all
Enforcement committed hundreds of appreciation in many ways, includ- task force. In addition,Alice con- appreciate our families and friendsa
thousands of dollars in resources and ing cooking hot meals for the GPD ducted personal! safety lectures for lot more. I don't think we'll take
equipment be it planes, investigators staff during the high pressured anyone requesting them anywhere, them for granted too soon."
or crime scene labs," Mann said. beginnings: of the investigations and including students, businessmen and Mann recognized an even more
"We still have officers and investi- sending boxes of candy and batchesof women and professors.At expanded need for the Crisis Center
gators working day and night, 12 cookies. One young girl even gavea the same time,Mark patrolledthe and counseling when these kinds of
and 16 hour shifts every day. SevenI I patrol officer a red rose. streets, sunup to sundown, situations occur. He also believed the
teen people in the Jacksonville crime "People have responded wonder- acutely aware of the panic pervadingthe Gainesville community, in the future,
lab have been working round-the- fully,overwhelmingly supportively," student body. will be taking the teamwork
clock, dedicated strictly to the tech- Darnell said. "After our news con- "Parents who could not locate approach more frequently."My .
nical expertise of this case. FHP sent ferences our phone lines would lightup their kids would call, requesting us to overall perspective of every-
30 troopers here, and the Governormet with calls from people saying, make 'attempts to contact,''' Mark thing that has happened is that this
with all the heads of the agen- 'Keep up the good work,' Way to said. "When we'd knock on the students community i is united,and this was
cies, offering his assistance. go,' and 'Get some rest,' and peoplesent door, we were sometimes made very apparent because of this
"I've seen investigators give us cards and letters. Gestures greeted with guns. This was a big incident," said Darnell. "So many
all they have for this. Even when like this meant so much to all of us." concern to us. Most people don't people coming together; quickly,
relieved from duty,they'd follow up Individual businesses came for- know how to use a gun." so positively,and so supportively, it's
on leads on the way home. No doubt ward to offer services to the police Tipton commented there are 73 been absolutely incredible.

about it,after doing it for weeks, departments and community mem- emergency telephones on campus Rick Mulligan, Terry Van Nortwick,
with very little sleep, you become bers as well. Alltel Mobile provided and a comprehensive lighting system. Susan L Lang and Collette PlacekA /
emotionally, physically, and psy- national and international telephone "We escorted more than 25,000

chologically drained. But they're, service primarily for students to call students in 1989,"Tipton said. "We '. '. ::'.
committed, they're professionals." their families to reassure them. Har- have a full fledged police depart- ', ,.
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response to the tremendous Christa Leigh Hoyt, the fifth vic-
of caring and con- tim, was a SFCC student at the time
from people throughout ScholarshipsEstablished of her death.The college's Board of
Florida and the nation, the Univer- Trustees has established the Christa
sity of Florida and Santa Fe Commu- Leigh Hoyt Memorial Scholarshipto
nity College have each established be awarded annually to to a high
memorial scholarship funds in honorof school senior from Santa Fe's
the murdered victims. Alachua and Bradford County I
"Many alumni and friends, and service district.
many of us here at the University of "The trustees believe that a schol-
Florida,wanted to do something arship is a living memorial that will
lasting to remember these fine young As Tribute keep alive the memory of the prom-
people, so something positive can ise taken from us," said SFCC
come out of this tragedy,"said President Larry Tyree.
Robert R. Lindgren, UF,vice presi- The UF scholarship fund will be a
dent for development and alumni permanent endowment at the univer-
affairs."A scholarship award in each sity, Lindgren said. It is expected to
of their names seems an appropriate provide one scholarship a year in the
tribute to them and a way of perpet- name of each of the four UF victims.
uating their dreams and aspirations." Persons wishing to contribute
The UF scholarship fund is named I should contact the 1990 Memorial
the 1990 Memorial Scholarship Fund Scholarship Fund at UF should
Honoring: Sonja Jane Larson, & r send their gifts to the Fund, in
Tracy'Inez': Paules, Christina | I care of the University of Florida
Patricia Powell, and Manuel Ricardo Foundation, P.O. Box 14425,
Taboada. Gainesville, FL 32604.Contributions .
Larson,Paules, Powell and may be mailed to
Taboada were all students at UF. the Christa Leigh Hoyt Memorial
Larson and Powell were incoming Scholarship Fund in care of the Santa
freshmen, Paules was a UF senior, Fe Community College Endowment
and Taboada was a junior who had Corp.,P.O. Box 1530, Gainesville,
previously attended SFCC. FL 32602. *

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Term Crisis Reaction '



term crisis reactions are D a similar event in another Emotional reactions to these trig- D Keep a journal. _
Long responses for people community.The ger events may also be experienced. D Make daily decisions which make
have survived a traumaticevent. reactions to trigger events- These reactions may take the form of you feel in charge of your life.

.These crisis reactions are in may be similar to the reactions expe- fear, anxiety,guilt,anger, irritabilityand D Pamper yourself.The .
response to"trigger events"that rienced at the time of the crisis. rage. Some people may also intensity of long-term stress
remind us of the traumatic event. Physical reactions may take the form experience numbness, helplessness, reactions usually decreases over
Such trigger events include, : of fatigue, insomnia,nightmares, oversensitivity,grief,sorrow,depres- time,as does the frequency of the

O sensing(seeing,hearing, tpuching, hyperactivity,headaches,sweating, sion and hopelessness.Each .re-experienced crisis. Sometimes,a
individual differ-
smelling, tasting) something sim- an increased heart rate and startled responds traumatic event is too powerful and
ilar to that which one was acutely reactions. ently to traumatic events.Some may painful for a person to manage by
not experience any of these reactions.For himself/herself. If that is the
aware of during the trauma; Some people may experience reac- case
D "anniversaries"of the event (i.e. tions to these trigger events whichcan those who do,the following may. and/or symptoms last more than six
beginning of school year, Labor include difficulty concentrating, help in dealing with these reactions: months,professional assistance from .
Day weekend); flashbacks and confusion. Reactionto 0 Talk about it, don't isolate a counselor may be necessary.
O the proximity of significant"life these events may also cause an yourself.. Adaptations from:
events" (i.e. birthdays, inability to attach importance to any- 0 Beware of substance abuse. National Organization of Victim Assistance
Critical/Incident Stress
Debriefers of
other than the traumatic 0 Exercise. .
holidays); thing event, Florida, Inc.In .
D criminal justice proceedings; as well as,difficulty in making deci- 0 Eat well.
.. D media articles and television cover- ,sions and memory disturbance. U Keep a normal routine. : >' "
o Remember this is a normal reaction ; ; '
age in coming months,years;and
to an abnormal event.

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Put automatic timers on several
lights and a radio. Set them so they
will turn on and off at random
times in different rooms -
especially the bathroom. tl

Securing Your Apartment L t'fu

Secure all sliding glass doors and
windows with proper security
hardware, regardless of what floor
you live on.
Get your neighbors and apartment u
managers together to provide ade-
quate lighting in stairwells, parkinglots
,courtyards, laundry rooms
and the exterior of the building.
Request that the shrubs be cut
back so they don't offer conceal-
ment for a criminal.
All exterior doors should be
checked for adequate security.
\ Deadbolt locks should be installedon
all exterior doors,along with
heavy strike plates.
Don't advertise that you are a
woman living alone. Use your first
initial only on the mailbox and for
telephone listings.
60'D If you are planning to be away for 3
an extended period, inform the
apartment office of your plans and
where you can be reached. Be sure
to stop all deliveries.
Lock up even when at the pool,
laundry,game room or neighborsfor
a few minutes.
Be cautious of door-to-door sales- Community Resource ListingAlachua
men or anyone who wants to give

you something for free,or make County Crisis Center . . . . .. (Business) 372-3659
Make unscheduled repairs. 24 Hours A Day . . . . . . . (Hotline) 376-4444
sure your apartment
number is not printed on your Information and Referral Services .. . . . .. . . 375-4636
assigned parking space. Don't Mental Health Services . . .. . . . . . . 374-5600
home.advertise when you are not at UF Counseling Center! . . . . . . . . . 392-1575

SFCC Counseling Services . . . . . . . . 395-5503.
Crime Prevention Units:

Alachua County Sheriffs Office . . . . . . 336-2655
University Police Department . . . . . . . 392-1409
Gainesville Police Department . ... . . . . 374-2441
Alachua County Rape and Crime Victim Advocate Program . 377-7273

Victim Witness Services,State Attorney's Office . . . 374-3627
Please refer to the yellow'pages for further listings 6f f psychologists and
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to the extensive media cov- Some Coping StrategiesFor Reenactment and play about : 6. Since children are often reluctantto

of this community crisis Children the catastrophe should not be dis- talk about trauma, it may be help-
the anxiety felt by parents couraged. It may be useful to provide ful to ask them what they think

and friends, some children may 1. Rebuild and reaffirm.attachments them with special time to paint, other children felt or thought about
exhibit behavioral or emotional draw, or write about the event. the event.
and relationships. Love and care in
reactions. the family are a primary need. Extra O. Parents should be prepared to 7. Reaffirming the future and talk-
Each individual responds differ- time.should be spent with children to accept different behaviors from chil- ing in "hopeful" terms about future
ently and some children may not let them know that someone will dren. Children may revert back to events can help a child rebuild trust
experience any reactions. The take care of them. Physical closenessis behaviors of earlier ages (i.e. and faith in his own future and the
following information from the needed. thumbsucking, bed wetting, etc.) world. Be aware that anxiety may
National for Victim
Organization or act out in other ways. the child it is
Assistance in Washington, D.C. was 2. It is important to talk to children impact so importantfor
developed to'help parents and chil- about the tragedy to address the 4. Parents should be prepared for parents to seek help if necessary.

.dren deal with reactions caused by irrationality and suddenness of disaster. children to talk sporadically about 8. Issues of death should be
traumatic events. Children need to be allowed to the event spending small segmentsof addressed directly. The grieving
share their feelings, as do adults. time concentrating on particular process should be acknowledgedand
They have a similar need to have aspects of the tragedy. shared.

''''.1'';'' those feelings validated. 5. Children want as much basic
information shouldbe
v.' "': ;.";'1t as possible.They
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Questions And Answers



The following is an attempt to address reactions by members of our community.Q .


: What help is available for These reactions will dissipatewith We tend to cling to a sense of free literature and assistance in
someone who continues to be time as children begin to feel immortality and invulnerabilityfor setting up a crime watch neigh-
traumatized or upset by these safe again. Should these reactions ourselves and those close to borhood.Q .
murders? continue over an extended periodof us.To lose that sense of well- : Since the murders, I've been
A: A first step may be to call the time, you may want to con- being is alarming. Although we overwhelmed by thoughts of the
Alachua County Crisis Centerat sider counseling for them. may feel more and more secure as death of a friend of mine that
376-4444,24 hours a day. Q:My children are asking a lot of time passes, we may never feel the occurred last year. What is
Trained phone counselors are- questions about what happened.How same as before this tragedy.Q wrong?
available to listen and talk about should I handle this? : I still feel so sad. Why? A: A catastrophic trauma can trigger
any concerns. Face to face coun- A: Children are bound to have many A: These past weeks we have suf- thoughts, feelings, and memoriesof
seling is available. Also, the questions. They have probablyseen fered a lot of losses: other times when we expe-
Center provides referrals to other or read news accounts. Chil- o Loss of control over our lives rienced a loss. It's a normal
agencies or resources in the com- dren of any age pick up on theirparents o Loss of trust in other people response to relive some of the
munity. Finally, if groups or anxiety, which may then o Loss of trust in God, for some experiences and grief associated
organizations are interested in escalate their own fears. You people with these previous losses. People
discussing the aftermath of this might want to ask them what o Loss of a sense of immortalityand who were previously victim- ,_
tragedy, call the Crisis Center to they know. Then, let them know invulnerability ized may also feel particularly
find out what services are avail- the facts and dispel any rumors. o Loss of a sense of fairness in vulnerable.Q .
able. All services are free and Encourage them to ask questions. the world. :My parents are overly concerned
confidential.Q Keep your answers simple. Because of these losses, our about me. They call me daily and
: Why are people already Graphic detail is not necessary. response involves grief and ask me to move home. Don't they
criticizing law enforcement, Talk about safety issues with your bereavement. Eventually we will realize that their reactions are
lawyers, etc.? child and reassure him/her/ of re-establish our sense of control, stressful to me?
A: Violence is so foreign to our their safety.Q trust, meaning and future. We will A: It's not surprising that your parents -
experience. We are going througha :My fuse is so short these days, reconstruct our lives and achievea are feeling helpless.Their
process to reorganize and it seems I'm always on the verge degree of normality and happiness sense of Gainesville may come
understand this crisis and the of screaming at those I care in our lives. We may even from rumor or the media. Help
", resultant chaos. Clearly, the about most(my children, wife/ prefer the new "sadder but wiser" your family understand what
person who murdered Sonja, husband, co-workers). What's person, but that takes time., you've done to feel safe or in con-
Christine, Christa, Manny and going on? Q: /did not let the fear from these trol. It may be helpful initially to
Tracy is the cause of this crime. A: In the past weeks, you may have murders paralyze me. Some set up regular contact points that
That is not a helpful explanation had some sleep disturbances friends of mine are still afraid. you initiate. Let your family
because we cannot control the because of the fear that blanketedour Why don't they just get on with. know what community resourcesare
assailant. We do not want to community, as well as a gen- their lives and stop acting so available for you. These steps
believe that things happen ran- eral feeling of anxiety. The foolish? may help them regain a sense of
domly. We want to believe they duration of this crisis and our A:, Human induced violence mars control over their fears for your
happen "because." reactions are exhausting. Toler- the spirit of an individual and safety.
Typically, we blame victimsfor ance and patience are at low .a community. It is difficult to, Compiled by Laura Knudson
the crimes committed against levels. Day to day frustrations' accept that a person did this. Cory Adler and the Alachua
them. That will not occur with move us to anger much more Each person's reactions to the County Crisis Center
these crimes. Rather, we may quickly than before. People recent murders in Gainesville will
blame people who are linked to around us, particularly our chil- vary. This crisis upset the status
the events surrounding the crimei.e. This tabloid is dedicated to the cit-
dren may be more needy than quo. Each of us will find our way
( ., law enforcement, landlords, usual, and we just don't have the back to a state,of equilibrium in izens of Alachua County to assist the
university, criminal justice sys- energy for them. It is predictedthat our own time and our own way. community in healing and recovering'
tem, society in general, commu- family violence will increasein We will not all heal from this at from our recent tragedy. The tabloidis
nity leaders, etc.). Blame restoresa the aftermath of this tragedy. the same pace. It is important for a product of the Community Crisis:
sense of order to the world. Therefore, it is important to take us to be supportive'of each otheras Response Team and has been under-
Blaming others has the advantage. care of yourself get some rest, we struggle to recover. written in part by the Gainesville Area
of allowing us to feel righteous talk to someone, exercise.Q Q: When can I stop practicing all Chamber of Commerce;Shands Hos-
anger.If pital, The Gainesville Sun, and the
: I'm still feeling vulnerable and these safety precautions? ,
they are to blame for this insecure a lot of the time. Will A: Never. It would be a good idea to Independent(Florida Alligator.
crime, we can correct them and I ever feel safe? integrate safety precautions and Thanks to the following who
their behavior. We can avoid A: It's perfectly normal to be feeling crime prevention activities into helped interview, research, write,edit
being victims in the future. It may fearful'now. It is hard to imaginethat your daily routine regardless of and produce this publication:Terry I
not be true but it h saner us feel another person could have the resolution of this case. Thatis Van Nortwick,project coordinator,
better and maybe for the committed these murders. We feela not to say, however, that you Larry Humes, Kimberly A. Davis,
moment.Q loss of trust in people. Until the should live in fear and paranoia. Susan L. Lang, Laura Knudson, Cory
:My children continue to have suspect is identified,our distrust Continued caution is a way to Adler, Bob Douglass, Rick Mulligan.
nightmares and want to sleep may be generalized to people out- regain control and actually alleviate Jerry Hines, Randy Batista, Collette
in our:bed Their play is more side our immediate circle of some fears. You are actively Place and Rebecca Howard, PhD: ; !, "
violent. Is this normal? 'family and friends. doing something to take care of:
A: In the first weeks, these are com- In the weeks of
,
past many us. yourself. Right now, it may feel :, '
mon behavioral reactions for about of ,
thought the possibility awkward and bothersome. '" "
children who have experiencedthis being killed. We may have also tually it will become second 'I ,
type of tragedy.;The violent worried about our loved ones. nature. Call the crime preventionunit .';-
play is their of trying to -
way which serves your area for,
..t make sense of the situation.


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FRIDAY OCTOBER 5, 1990, ALLIGATOR 9



BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND








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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.Oak SUBLEASE HSE/APT
O How
. to place a

,, ', 1 FURNISHEDHousing Forestspacious 1 bdr I ba. First Sublet bedroom apt. 750 agars feet
,', ; : ;
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: Archer
until July 1991 $329/mo.
& last month's rent FREEI Pool, tennis,
1 ', For Rent Furnished Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop volleyball & basketball courts, sauna Woods. Call 373-1571 10-15-7-4

In Person: I all utll paid inc. ac, 10 meals weekly laundry on premises. Security & pet deposit
2 For Rent Unfurnished Cash. check. MC or VISA. parking laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. paid! $385/mo. Sublet til May. Furnished one-bdrm apt one blk from UF

3 Mob1lt'Homes' I II 117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 12-14-62-1 392-6493 day or 335-6270 eve. 10.5.5.2 In the beautiful SW. $305/mo. October
The Alligator Ollice free. Call Tim 372-7111 I or drop by Colo-

For Rent/Sale/ I 105 W. University Ave. Sublease Oakbrook Walk ibdr of 2bdr 2 Bdrm, 1 bath, central ac/heat Quiet NW nial Manor ofc 9 to 5. 10-12-5-4

M-F 8am-4pm apt., 3rd floor wash/dry $380/mo must Neighborhood $400/mo 937 NW 25 Ave,
Pool
4 Sublease House/Apt./ Beautiful 2 bedroom, I bath apt ,
be male, call Jeff 3352803. 10810.1 3751959. 10-10-5-2
': Main Bookstore Jacuzzi welghtroom club house. $440.
5 Roommates Hub Customer Service Desk Call Diane (Iv. mes) 3757285. Room
One bedroom In a three bedroom house SECURITY SYSTEM In this 2BR duplex
6 For Sate :'iy'; : M-F8am-4:30: pm $160/mo + Utll. 375-8329 10-5-3-1 off 20 Ave. Fenced yard large pantry, mate option. 10-10-4-4

7 Pea! Estate Reitz Union, Cashier's Office cent.KEY MANAGEMENT air, pets o,k. $325 1075.2 372-3060


8 Motorcycles Sat M-F& Sun lIam.9pm Closed FOR RENT: 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE
Use my deposit) Available now thru Dec.

9 Autos :::';:.'f..,, : Medical Bookstore Shands 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk ft renewable. Nice quiet I br apt near UF/ VILLAGE
'
10 Wanted ::;:;;'" "' MF.8am.430pmBy shopping $225/mo. 334-5639 evenings Roommates available
10-9-5-2 Reserve your room for fall.
Services ,'" Mall: to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280. SFCC
11 '; Bus service to UF and
Use forms appearing weeklyin 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $"40, Sec. LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI $250 Furn or unfurn. $175-$2SO per

12 Typing Services -, the Alligator' Sorry, no cash by Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. moves you in. Close to UF and Shands. roommate/month/ MZ Prop Mgmt.Inc. .
Santa Fe Trace 378-1190. 12-14-
13 Help Wanted :: mail. MC VISA or checks only 76-2 Apts. 3761246. 10-30-20-2 Realtor 3750207.

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: ALOHA GARDEN APTS. Have a New N/S F to rent own rm/bth In 2 story apt at
GATOR COUNTRY 2BR duplex. AC, Year week Vacation at Daytona Beach onus
Payment by VISA or Mastercard Greenwich Green. $233 mo. + 1/3/ utill-
1 15 personals'l : ONLY. Five dollar minimum. totes woods lor the pooch near shoppingfor ) 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 10- ties. Call 3353110. 10.15.20.5
the student. Only $275 372-3060 19-13-2
16 Connections M-F 830.4 pm.
KEY MANAGEMENT 1075.2
Wanted: N/S/ M to share room in 3bdr3bain
> Welcome Students 2 br apt Duckpondand ROCKWOOD 145/mo + 1/5 utilities.
$.;
17 Notice ,/:'" o How to correct Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA quiet 2 br house In NW 26 Ave 325.00 Call 335-6242. 10510.5

18 Fides :,{.;,:.::: washer/dryer available in most units for month 373-5663 9 am to 6 pm 10-10-4-2
; '%
; cancel your ad: $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 1 ft 2 Bath F roommate In nice condo near Oaks
19 petT'V'y: : $250-$375 sec ft Imr. 3726422. 12-14- ONE MONTH FREE Mall, must like pets. Call 335-1934 leave

, 20Lost &; Found Cancellations: 76-2 Studios and one bedroom message $235/mo/ + 1/3 utll. furnished,
from $235 Walk to UF. College
wash/dry./ 10-9-10-5
,n>' ," : i. ;" .' :: Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri 8. 4 pm. INCREDIBLE Park Properties 371-7777 10-31-23-2

No refunds can be given. Efficiency Apt. I rm avail NW area walk or bike to UF M

Starting at $185 ONE MONTH FREE. responsible. student a/c/heat/ I
o When will your ad run? Alligator errors: Starting at $235/2 B.droomMEADOWCREST Villager West central air, quiet wash/dry/ Own room nice 190/mo/ + util
Check your ad the FIRST day il runs cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street 377-1631 Lang Iv mlg. 10-5-6-5
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before 110 NW 39th Ave from 16th Ave. 371-7777

noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 378-3988 10-31-232 A serious male student for large 7 bed
Classifieds will TWO
begin RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY 375-3861
room upstairs apt. $160/mo. + 1/7 util. +
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected 12-14-76-2 ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to deposit + lease. No pets 1616 I NW 3rd

Ads mailed in or-placed at the ads will be extended one day. UF. 2br/lba./ $175 College Ave. 495-9024. 10.12.10.5
be "Check Our New Specials"All Park Properties 371-7777
No refunds or credits can given after
Union or Shands may take placing the ad. Changes called in after Amenities Available 103123.2 *LIBERAL* m/f roommate wanted to

THREE days' to apPear.. Ads the first day will not be compensated. FURNISHED UNFURNISHED .share bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2
time Roommates Available mile to UF, $150/mo + 1/2 util. 372-
(for length of
run
may any
We're No. I
Customer error or changes: MOBILE HOMES 5590. 10-19-15-5
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and be cancelled at any time. REGENCY OAKS
Corrections must be made In person at .
but there be no refunds 378 5766 Female n/. roommate needed. $185/mo
Sorry
can The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON 3 FOR RENT/SALE
3230 SW Archer Road + 1/2 utilities. Call 3748434. Lease
for cancelled ads. There will be a S2,00 correction lee. COUNTRY GARDENS now through December. 10-5-5-5
Best rental value. Mobile homes or lots.
373-4500
2001 SW 16th Street Will take long-term travel trailers. Some Roommate-Female needed to share
12-14-76-2 good mob. homes for sale. Pool, quiet. 2br/lba duplex near campus, Lease
Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park. $145 w/o lease $180. $100 deposit. Call

SPACIOUSONE 3789291. 12-14-63-3 Lisa 335-9622 or 3787464. 10-88-5


GATORS ONLY BEDROOM$273MO.LYONS APT.. M/F Roommate needed for 2 brl 1 1/2 ba

DO APT SUBLEASE: Apt French Quarter S210mo2/ util.

4000 SW 20TH AV. J77-8797 call Rob 375-6987 10-8-4-5

GET IN FREE ? 12-14-76-2 4 HOUSE/APT. ROOMMATE WANTED to share w/2 male

1 bed. apt for sublease, turn or unfurn, grad St. in 3 bed 2 bath fully turn house.
WILLIAMSBURG VILLAGE, 376-1253. Studio For Rent 245 a month + utll and Available now. 20813 util.! 377-
10-12-19-2 one week free rent! Just 4 blocks north 9627. 10-53-5

Of UF Call 378-1675 10-11-5-4 .-

LUXURY CONDO In SW 2BR, 2 1/2 BA Serious person to share spacious 3 bdr
pool hook-ups, cent. air, ceiling fans, 1 bedroom studio apt Nice, close to cam house near Oaks Mall. Own bedroom,
372-3060 pus. No security depositl Next month's own bath. Share 1/2 util. $200/mo.
KEY close MANAGEMENT to campus. 10862AApartment rent FREEI $295/mo. Call Tracy 378- Ask for Jinxiong at 336-4571 or 392-
2651. 10-5-7-4 2676. 10-10-5-5

Shands, recently renovated
near 1st 2 bdr I 1 1/2 bath 822 NW 39th Ave Female N/S/ needed to share 2 br 2 ba apt
backyard
2 bedroom private
Call 336-4575 $300/mo. Call 373-4924. 10-5-6-4 in SW area $245 + 1/2 utilities. 3353764. -
month + damage deposit
10-10-5-5
or 372-2959. 10-9-5-2 Apt at Mt. Vernon, close to UF, VA ftShands

YOU kit bath one large bdr, $375/mo un- **HUGE Fully turn bdr/ba In 2/2/ avail
Duplex apt. (for rent ibr Ir ,
ac/heat 3blks from UF, iblk off Univ. furn/$400/mo. (urn, 377-5385.10-5-6-4 nowBargain rate of $200 (from 312)) +
BETYOURtisiss sec/utll. 2nd fir els UF call 334-
A frame to pool
wlr. Ave. $250 monthly plus security. SPYGLASSneed female nlor own 8593. 10.10.5.5Female
SWEET also, call 3381839. 10-5-13-2 bedroom/bath/ In 3 bedroom/3 bath apt. .

..jai. $233/month + 1/3 utllltes. Call Erin at needed for 2BR In Stonerldge.
2 bedrm Apt., enclosed porch new walkln car 392-3111 I 1 (day) or 335-4353 (apt) 10.'2. Spacious clean overlooks pool,
d-w. fans$375 1 bedrm Apt.
pet ;
9.4
$249/mth. Call
beginning January. Amyat
ws I kin closet, fans-$275; Both wcentral
336-1390. 10105.5
H/A; water Included SW VILLAS373'- Sublease 1 bdr/1 ba apt, close to campus

0701. 10-5-11-2 safe area $245/month/ no deposit. M rmt. for 2BD/1 BA ap. In SW area $155

Gator fans make great JaMal fans: Free admission on 2 br/1 1/2 ba townhouse, walk to UF, Call 335-3864 alter 1 pm. 10-8-4-4 + 1/2 util. ph. 336-1091 Ive. mssg. 10-

Friday and Saturday when you show your game fjticket OK Oct. tree $450/mo. +
,
wash/dry pets 1 bdrm furnished apt. In Pine Rush. BikIng F to share 2bd1/ 1 1/2 ba twnhse In SW
or ticket stub- or Just show up wearing AiLA/ security, 336-4068. 10-5-8-2 distance from UF. $200/mo. lease area. $225/mo/ Fully furnished wa/dry.

orange and blue. For best views reserve lunch far (orig $279)) 3 mo. lease & has a/c. Must Call 335-6273. 10.12.7.5
or dinner at the Carom Clubhouse. e Available 2 br near UF lease! Call 334-8748 or Ive. message.
Cent. a&h water sewer paid $260/mo
10-9-4-4 LAKEWOODneed n/s/ roommate to
1/2 mile east of 441 I on State Road 318.I 160S SW 42nd St share 3/2 flat. Irg. scenic patio.

7 p.m. Matinees 12 noon on Mon.. Wed. Call 1-486-4047 after 6.00pm: 2 br1 1/2 bath condo In SW, avail. Wash/dry. Spacious. Feel, safe-protec-

Closed Sun., Tues. Minors over 4 Evet"lTP"9S 10-10-10-2 mid-October, 2 weeks free rent no deposit tlon dog call Kathy 335-8477. 10.11.5.5

with adult. Reservations: Ocala 591-2345; Apt. for Rent In the Laurels. 2br/2ba w/ln biking distance ol UF, carpet, :.

Gainesville 3769044. wash/dry, micro, a/c ht Huge clubhouse blinds, cent Hft A. pool laundry fac. avail. Classifieds. .

everythlnglll Avail Dec. Call 3359945. call for details 335-5230. 10.11.5.4 Continued on next page.
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FOR SALE FOR SALEFull FOR SALE 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED

NS F to share Ig 3/2 house NW..C HA.P 2 1 month-old mountain bikes: A Nishikl size' bed $75 Rattan rocker $75 Microwave CUSTOM COMPUTERS
refer l grid itu/prottlilonal.' NP. Pueblo $300 obo ft a Hard-Rock $300 $30 Small book shelf $7 Ironing 286-12 w/1 meg r.m. graphics monitor, REPAIR
$225/mo/ + ulil firm both with u-locks Call 377-1368 board $7 Chair $5 375-2788 evenings 40 meg hard drive, 1 yr on-lite $925 others Precision Small Engine. Pickup ft Delivery
Ruthe/Jeff 373-7210 eves/wkends. 10- leave message. 10-8-5-4 10-5-3-8 avail. 3328333. 10-26-15-6 available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace,
across from Alley Katz 3363825. 10-31-
M/F/ wanted for own (Turn room In 3 br 3 ba GUITAR AMP Jazz Vertical mountain bike, brand new, FLY TO DENVER 37.8
poolside condo wash/dry/ micro, convenient Peavy Bandit 65. Clean sound, plenty ridden twice. New U-lock goes with It. 12/23/90 Gainesville/Denver
to UF. Must bt neat, studious, but loud, never a problem. $165Call Bill at $275 Call K.n.1 335-1421. 10-8-4-6 $1 150 one way OBO 1985 Yamaha RZ-350 Exc cond. Racingkit
tun. $190/mo (negotiable). call Bob 338- 3381729. '10-6-4-6 call 374-8957 evenings Inc exhaust. Very fasti Last of 2-
4015. 'leave message 10-9-3-5 Typewriter IBM Sel II corrector. Excellent 10-11-5-6 stroke street. Yellowblk $1350. Ray
Queen size WATERBED with bookshelf cond. late model' $195. Also IBM SelI 335-9312 mil. 10-11-10-8
Female Roommate Needed Now headboard BLACK MICA. $190 obo I good condition $60. Phone 4624964. SOFA FOR SALE- piece, mauve, excellent -
Spyglass 3717421.' 10-9-5-6 10-5-2-8 condition $75 Call 373-0296 anytime GARELLI MOPED. Good shape $150
Call 335.4818 leave message. 10-10-4-6 obo Call 336-4999. 10-5-2-8
10.I 0-4.5 DORM SIZE FRIDGE Surfboards 6'4 1 wk old $190, 8'8. $160
large, ((3.6 cubic ,.81)) 6'4"s$50, O'Neill, full new $90, CANNONDALE 53cm, Shimano 105
M/F/ roommate to share 3br/2.5ba townhouse PERFECT condition O'Neill spring $40, Alpine eq new $100. comp aero bar + original, 3.0 frame 9 AUTOSDEPENDABLE
at Casablanca W, $210 mo + 1/3 $150 call 3361894. '10-8-4-8 Mark 3739883. 10-10-5-6 excel cond. trip computer. All for 550
utilities, wa/dry Included. Call John 338- obo. 336-7654 or 338-14721I1ve mess.
4288. 10-11-5-5 Waveless, waterbed, loaded, $250 Couch, dining rm table w/8 chairs, big 10-10-4-6
Ghana racing bike, 21' 1/2 It wt., $225 papasan chair, + more, $80 each. Call HONDA Civic for only
F, n/t/ Roommate Wanted; Historic Comey sofa $60 Dorm rug $25 332-2457. 10-9-4-6 Eds Warehouses: recycables ant. collectibles $1000. 1983, a/c, 4spd, runs well. Must
Home Wood Floors, ceiling fans, Call 373-2128. All neg. 10-9-5-6 rugs desk bIKes stereo lamps sell; It's a good deal. Kevin 335-7986
$180/mo./ 1/2 ultlllles 3717747. 10- GUITARS Ovation 12-strlng wcase.. 372-9718430 NW 15. trombone variety msg. 10-5-10-9
CAR STEREOPioneer am/fm c.... hi- $250 obo; Washburn cutaway 6-string w/ utilities drapes jeans + 10-11-5-6
6 FOR SALE power, pre-amp, Dolby auto reverie, secret case $225 obo Music Man 2 x( 12 cabinet 1989 Honda Prelude' ps pb Sspd power
code, + more. 1 yr. old $165 $125 Eric 373-2295. 10-10-5-6 window, cruise, sunroof, stereo cassette
335-4588. ,10-5-3-6 13k-mlles. $13950, call Bobby at 3366389 .
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk 7 REAL ESTATEHome Ive 10-8-10-9
ATB brand new Schwinn "Hlghplains" 21 message.
drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters
Fosgate Pro 15* speakers $350 obo digital gears-rapid fire shifting gel' seat excel
Factory reconditioned, unused in past 2 Pioneer eq $115' obo, 5'11 Gee surfboard cond. with Warranty $230 obo. 371-' for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' 1985 HONDA CRX si, A/C/ AM/FM/ stereo
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. $100, 6'4 Autrey ft Natural Art 8281. 10-8-3-6 Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell power sunroof, 5 spd, Low miles,
Good machine for small type shop, System $75/ea. 373-9883 Doug 10-9-5-6 your property pass you byl I Alligator Classifieds asking $5000 Call 472-6578 after' 6:00
Includes 3 rolls 8 In. RC film & 6 lont
Laptop Computers. Tandy 1100fd $535. offer you the cheapest way to pm. 10.5.5-9
disks.. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at Dorm Sized Fridge 3 feet high by 2 ft. Zenith SupersportzSS w/ 40 MB, 2400bps keep your real estate In the public eye.
373 9926 for more Info. wide, good condition $65 or best offer internal modem co-processor $2495 obo Where else can you keep your property In Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew
Call Tina or Jay at 336-0093.. 10-5-3-6 335-5398. 10-10-5-8 the market for as little as four dollars a clutch tires, starter, battery. 84k
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more day? To make It even easier, you can miles, only $1600 or best offer call 334-
brands are all at our New Location! Car Double bed clean $60 Dresser $30 Couch 55 GALLON FISH TANK, with all accessories place your ad over the phone; all you 5290 anytime. 10-5-5-9
Stereo Specialists, 3215 NW 13 St. 372- $25 Chair $10' Recliner $25 Lamps $10 $160. Chris 3737371. '10-5-2-6 need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call
2070. 12-14-76-6 Wicker shelves $10 Stereos $25 $45 373-FIND today to place your ad. 1981 VW Cabriolet Red with white top/lnt.\
481-3322 Tom '10-5-3-6 Drums- piece double bass kit. New A/C/ Ssp Sony/Yamaha/ Audio Excellent
MICRO CENTERComputers/ 376-1146' Pearl bass pedals and pin stripe heads. Your roommate hasn't done the dishes In Cond. $3500 obo Call Matt 375-3317.
Editor's choice Hewlett Packard9H DRUM SET for sale., Good Starter Set. Includes all hard ware. $450 Call Chris HOW long? Find a better dishwasher in 10-8-5-9
15000. Call 3713778. 10-10-5-8 335-5860. 10-11-5-6 the Classifieds I
Northgate. Price lower than mail
order Systems below Include Imb, i0mb
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Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL Toshiba, explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help I I II .
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RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants Customer Service Desk , M-F 8 am 4 pm I ..J I I I

'deliver for! Ray's your dorm Rugs or 535 apartment.SW 4th Ave.We Medical Bookstore, Shands M.- F 8 am 4 pm I 1 I 1 I I I OFFICE USE 1

3775265.16-21-6 6 blocks E. of campus. 10-. Relti Union, Cashier's Office M F .0 am 9 pm I I I I I I spa Ch'"" ONLY.

Sat ft Sun Closed 1 I I I I I I CASH _CK_ I
Punch 150 amp HI Ionic 120 amp 12'VC RIO. IF:
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18 speed mountain bike. Need to sell I f ; i: CLASSIFICATIONS; + .*.&...* ''....> ., it: RATES.:: >'i
FASTI prices obo 376-9650. 10-5-5-6 Please use this form to place Alligator Classifieds. Please follow these I
Instructions exactly Be careful to Include everything you wish to say. Request _'. For Rent: Furnished _11. Smites (Circle one)
MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146 for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a _2. For Rent: Unfurnished _U.Typing Services 1 .
Editor's choice Hewlett Packard _3. Mobile Hornet For D.y..oo
Ronl/Sile/ 1J. Help Wanted
new advertisement. THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS I -
Northgate M/C Prices lower than _4. Sublease' Houte/Apt./ -14. Business 2 Daya..7.00 I
mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an error The Alligator' _'. Roommates _U. Personal Portonali I D.y.OO:
40mb ((28ms) Harddisk graphics monitor. responsible ONLY for the FIRST Insertion. Do not \use foreign language, I __l. For Sale _1S. Connections 4D.yeMl1.00 .
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086, double-entendres, or manner of address which identifies the addresseeto I _7. Rill EIIIII _17. Notices S Dlye1Uo
Northgate 38620$2499.. Leading Edge a third party. The acceptance of payment with advertising copy does t. Motorcycles _II. Rides A44111..1 Days 1
386SX laptop w/40 MB hd ft battery not constitute a binding agreement on the part of The Independent 1 _'. Autos __n. Pill .1.00 each,

$1995.1. Panasonic ft 2 year warranties.1160 Onsite warranties .- Florida Alligator to publish said copy The Independent Florida Alligator ,10.wanted ,. _20. Lost I Found. _days'---:. 1

HP Laser Jet Up- $987, 3743 printer$185.W. University reserves the right to act as a sole judge of the suitability of any adver- I O MASTERCARD qVIBA'E* P. DATEROOMMATES Ad/klesel. lines I
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AUTOS AUTOS WANTEDNEED SERVICESSLEEPY SERVICESVIDEO

88 VW FOX a/c, power brakes, tinted windows 1978 PORSHE 924 sunroof 4 speed
4-speed, am/fm cassette, low $2500.00 1986 ISUZU I-MARK 5 speed TWO TIX FOR LSU AND AU- HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons LINK A 110 SW 34 ST
miles, runs great. $4500 or best offer. stereo $180000 462-2381 days 375. BURNIII call 3349846. 10-9-4-10 boarding woodier facilities **Salurday Football Special **
Call 373-1749 10-9-6-9 1790 eve. 10-9-4-9 hay rides parties sales working Rent movies on Saturday
Needed 2 Growl Tickets/Coupons will pay students accepted. 466-3224, 375-8080. *Return on Monday

Need money, have to sell my baby. Red 80 VW diesel Dasher, 40mpg, reblt engine top $$$. Call 335-2320 anytime Leave 12-14-76-11 Gel Sunday Free
76 Flat convertible. Excellent condition, exc cond, $1750. Call Smitty at message. Richard. 10-9-3-10 10-5-1-11' I
awesome stereo system. $2500 obo. 373-3060 ((8am-6pm) or Penny 334-5881 *SUNBELT MOVING*
Call 374-9575. 10-6-5-9 (wkends/eves/ ). 10-10-5-9 NEED 4 TENN. TIX Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. ** *CAR DETAILERS**

1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist Total care; Handwash, Handwax
84 Red Renault Encore; auto, AM/FM ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE Armor-all tiresdash Vacuuml
,
Prefer'
together. Call 371-9631 Lie/Ins. Priced for Students) Marty 375-
stereo, low mileage. MUST SELLI! minor LOW RATES, low payments, fast drive- 10-10-4-10 MOVE. 12-14-76-11 I Mention ad 4 spectac price, find
problems Best offer takes It. 3361379. thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 best price-Then Call 373-6959. 10-5-5-

10-6-4-9 377-CARS. WE CARE. 10-18-10-9 NEED TWO GATOR GROWL TICKETS- AAA STORAGE 11

CALL JOHN AT 376-6875 Close to UF, Convenient
1981 Ford Granada 4 dr, auto, a/c, carbu. Ford Escort, 1988, A/C, AM/FM radio 10-8.2.10 4x4x4 l5/mo i
retor rebuilt,need valve job, still runs OK, Good Condition. Call Jeff at 376-6875 4x6x8 $30/mo
$375, obo. 336-8121 after 5 pm. 10-10- after 5 pm. 10-11-5-9 NEED TIX for GROWLand 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 TYPING

5-0 1983 Toyota Tercel, S-speed, 2-door/hb, HOMECOMING GAME 12-14-76-11 12 SERVICES

1086 NISSAN 200SX, black S-speed, 115k mi., new tires and paint, runs fine call Kevin 335.5681 Iv message 10-"- *FREE*
tinted windows, a/c, cruise control, power but clutch Is going, $1250/obo,336-3997. 5.10 Typing reports business legal *
windows, loaded. Very nice. $5300 Call 10-9-3-9 Pregnancy Test resumes cassettes transcribed applications
Gainesville Wom.n'lHEALTH
1.473.2951 In DESPARATE need of Gator Growl and letters notary *etc Available
CENTER
1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door Homecoming game ticket call 334-8206 24 hours/7 days3722777. 12-14-78-
720 NW 23rd Avenue
1986 FIERO SE black, sunroof, 56,000 locks, seats, windows, a/c, auto, wht 10-12-6-10 12
original miles. In perfect condition. Must ext/blue Int. Exc condmust sell $5750 377-5055
sell-best offer. Call 3775528. 10-9-4-9 Obo 3345053. 10-12-6-9 SIX AUBURN TICKETS WANTED. call ABORTION (To 24 Wks) MICRO CENTERTyping/ 3760339. Full
BIRTH CONTROL
3356686. 10-9-3-10 & self service computing Open until
1979 CHEVY IMPALA station wagon runs Gynecology Services 10pm school nights. Typing starts

great, very dependable V-8, no A/C, I 10 WANTEDLocal $$$$$ I NEED GROWL $$$ 12147511SCOLLEGE 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Self service
owner, 170,000 ml. $400.00 call 482- $$$$$ COUPONSIIII $$$ MONEY. Private scholarships resumes $50/hr/ 15/page/ laserIyp..et
3463 nlill 10-6-3-9 graphics spell check theses
Please call Dee or Dave at .
Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class College Scholarship Locators pob papers special characters employment
372-8179. will
pay $$ll Leave mess. 10-
1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881. 800.879-
40 + mpg. 1985 Honda CRX. $4350, neg. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine 115.10 databases mailmerge training
Call 3780498. 10.10-5.9 Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10 7485. 12-14-75-11 WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC 12.14-

1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS pwr door Help Dutchmen see Americana wanted 2, 11 SERVICESNW Hunter Showbarn now accepting stu 52.12

locks, seats, wondows, a/c, auto, wht pref.' 3 tixs Auburn game will pay well dents-Past UF equestrian coach. Board- Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable
ext/blue Int. Exc cond- must sell $5750 377-4929 (evs) 10-9-5-10 Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave ing,.working students accepted. Farrell service. Reasonable rates.
Obo 3345053. 10-10-5-9 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Farms 472-3142 10-0-30-11 Laser printer. 377.8175 til 9.00pm. 12-
URGENTLY need 2 tickets to the Florida $20, 10% disc to students. 3328917. 14-76-12
BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION! CS
84 Mazda RX-7 GS. a/c am/fm cass.Ssp. Tennessee game. Please call 336- 12-14-76-11
71k $6000. Great Cond. Call Michelle 0444, ask for Doug Dean. 10-8-4-10 Military tear gas & personal protection ...RESUMES**)*
Info. Keychaln unit or home canister
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
375-4008 PI.alllv.. mess. 10-9- Complete writing & development ser
Wanted 2 tickets for the UF homecoming Get conlld.nllall..tlng and treatment at $17.85 each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok, vices. Resume House 371.8148. 12-14-
1 gam. Will pay good $. Call 376-0296. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881 VIsa/MC/ phone orders) Sent Immediately 76.12TyplngWordproc..lng.
Professional Papers, Inc. 10-5-3-10 12-14-76-11 Sallle Cain,Action: Seminars,6141
Parkforest, Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call
WordPerfect
/1,000'S Research Papers Oil-File! WANTED Urgent Volvo 2dr GLT 1984 or ** GATOR MOVING ** 504.751-0495 5.1 1, quality work, fast results, low rails,
Custom Writing Abof!!! (Rash. Swkc) thereabouts for half hr photograph Will Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- NAILS BY VONDELL dependable, personal service. Tars 332-
Send $2.00 Call For A Catalogue. pay Immediately 3758710. 10-9-5- 1469. 12-14-76-12
or
10 Item/Hie Full. Days/Eves. Long dls. 3131 NW 13 St. 377.1763
MC.VISA AMEXt-1-800-447-2431 Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76- Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil
Typing ** ** Resumes
lOOSSaU Mate BW( eiW.) La!..31!!!,CA 90023 j 11 I 10-5-20-11 Manicures I Pedicures Limited Time Only From $1.50 Typsetting pg g17 NW 13 SI.

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Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional 12-14-76-12 '
care In peaceful surroundings.
Join A Homecoming Tradition Dally turnout grooming and TLC. 462- TypingALaser Typesetting*
5127. 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS I resumes reports 0 letters 0 etc.
376-5465A 3500 W. Univ. Ave.
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Are available! Millions go unclaimed
HOMECOMING yearly 18003343881. Put it In writing. Fast, accurate, reliable
11-10-50-11 Masters In English will correct spellingand
edit. Transcribing 3731937. 10.29-

Problems In Math? Then call Greg at 30-12
MESSAGESIn 377-8308. Professional Tutoring offered
at only $12. per hour. 10.9.5.11 Gator Typing is back in the SW Accurate,
low rates. Resumes $12-$15' 1 pg.

the Personal Protection, tear gas, pocket Laser printing Days, eves, weekends.
Alligator Classifieds. Here's chance to festive Homecoming Spirit.
your express your 10513.12
sized, $13.95. Great gift LCM 2841 A 373-4564.
Your personal message to that special poerson (or persons) will help make their Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl.

Homecoming..and yours...more fun. Homecoming messages will run In the Alligator's special 33406. 10-31-26-11 I Quality lyping/wordprocessmg. WordPerfect
Homecoming Edition. Friday. October 19. 5.1 software & HP III laser

BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS printer-Call 10.12 375TYPE3758973. 10-8-

The Deadline for your message Is 4 pm, Monday, October 15, 1990.
Term Papers Typeset Resumes
Published October 19,1990.Please ., 1233 NW 10th Ave. Business Legal Personal Etc.
372-1664 G'ville Handicapped Typing

enclose your check or money order(no cash, please) made payable to The Alligator for $4.00 for up to 4 MC/VISA/lnsurance/ YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179
lines and $1.00 for each additional I",. Ads requesting bold or extra large type must be made In person at The Free Pregnancy Test 12-14-50-12
Alligator classified desk, 1105 W. University Ave. between the hours of 8-4 Mon.-Fri. Member
National Abortion Federation
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13 HELP WANTED
'alligator HIS ",'ORMAI/ON WILL NO?APPEAR/N loft ADVEa1/SEMENr
I Biology and Zoology tutoring, 6 yrs. expe r
1 rience.. $10/hr., Renee 462-2816.. 10- CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The
,1 5.5.1 Independent Florida Alligator. Must own
I ,, reliable van or pick-up truck and be available
Aa CITY!!!! -St-1/p> I **CAR DETAILERS** from 5 a.m. until 9 a.m. Monday
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Must have excellent driving
through Friday.
IGalna.vlIa. Total care; Handwash, Handwax,Armor-
PO Bon 14257 record and valid Florida driver li
PHONk all tires/dash, Vacuum' Mention ad 4
1 Fl 32604 I L_ I I spectac price, find best price- Then Call cense. Pay per route plus mileage.
373-6959. 10-5-5-11 Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West
1 Allow 1 space) for each 'letter, space & punctuation mark. 1 University Avenue. Ask for the route
driver application. No calls, please. Affirmative
1 Use 2 spaces for each capital letter. VIDEO LINKWestgate Em
1 Regency Plaza Action/Equal Opportunity

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Movies, VCR's, Nintendo games for rent AVON 3758967Sell
1 Beta tapes for rent or sale." Train.'t
1 Avon Full or Part-time. We
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Insurance. 12-14-76-13
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_ your stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave
_ _ - 1Uee WE CAN HELPIGainesville !
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1 the space below, for; dl'On.lln.1! needed at additional' charge of 1.00/per line per day Mini Storage
1 4430 SW 34th St. 335-6793 Jobs In USA and overseas. All occupa .,

- - -. 10-5-3-11 tions. Don't limit yourself those few
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companies that recruit on campus. Jumpstart
1 VIDEO LINK 110 SW 34 ST your Job hunt. Contact College recruiters I
- - - -. - - - - **Monday Football Special** today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W.

1 OFFICI, UM ONIV *Rent movies on Monday Palm Ave. Placenpla, Ca. 92670. 11-21-
Return on Wednesday 50.13 I

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WANTED HELP WANTED BUSINESS 15 PERSONALS PERSONALS

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ENTREPENEUR? TYPE "A* PERSONALITY FAMILY Y CHIROPRACTIC
EARN $35 ? EARN UP TO $4000. 14 PERSONALS Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Bin/Gator/ Great Serving UF since 1977

This week for your blood plasma donation Gain management experience on-cam- prlcei-reg or rx .ungl...... The Optical Most Insurance accepted i
with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZEDsystem pus. COMPUTERS terminals & pc'.. buy Laboratory 3711.5583.1118 SW 4 Avt. 1 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.
allows you to donate In 1/2 the Set your own hours. Earn from $2,000- sell, trade, rent & repair. Great prices, block from Ala Gen. 12-14-78-15 Dr. Steven Schargel
timel Study while you donate or watch $4,000 during this semester. Call QUALITY CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 373-7070
videos. Free Parking. Gainesville Donor Now 1-800-950-8472 Ext. 25 12147614New Natural Foods and Vitamin 12-14-76-1S

Center Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378- 10-17-2-13 Blrkenatock Sandals.
9431 M.Th 8-7 Fri 8-5 Sat 82. 12-14-67- car? New furniture? Fat mon.yroll? Sunflower Health Foods **GET A GRIP**
Warm, mature, responsible person to Call Brian 335-3964 and learn to create 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 Call ACTS 376-7105
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UMBRO SHORTS... a blanket or a chair to GCO't Shoe Sale on all Inventory Save from : Student Loans on any SNORKELINGI I Oct 12-14. Inc,
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Gnvlle Brass Quintet, kids games, music 16
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Call Four Seasons 1-800-331-31381 STUDY IN ISRAEL, Informational meetIng and think of Best Jewelry ft Loan
on programs, credit, cost, scholar Ways to make friends at UF ft SFCC. 10-12-23-16
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5-1-15' For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy's Weston McDonell 466-4094. 10-10-10- Largest Pawnshop in Townl! If your Rickshaw is getting a little creaky,
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City. '12-14-76-15' BUVeSELLeLOANePAWN
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SFCC 10-7-80 Test your car's handling SAVE ON RAYBANS Tennissynthetic gut on tale for $9.99.
limits on a safe paved mini-road course. University Opticians t EZ Tennis 34th St Plaza 3722257. '0. SALE SALE SALETV'S Werewolf sale? Dwarf Bunny supply

Registration closes 1 lam. Event beginsat 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 5-6-15 $25 & up, VCR' $85 & up increasing just a little too fast? Sell your
12 noon. Further Info call The Driver'sSide ,12-14-76-15 CD Friends fast with classified!
player $79 ft up. Gold $10 & up Furry a
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LSUfrom the Gators to a 16-13 win at LSU's Tiger MORRISfrom right now. We're 4-0 and rolling. It wouldbe
different if struggling at 22."
we were
Stadium, often referred to as"Death Valley"for page 16
page 16 opposing teams. Is the rest of the team as confident as

The Gators may not have much of an no Idea. Morris?
day that the NCAA upheld its decision to advantage playing home Saturday.Duringthe "I didn't have any idea that day would "Heck yeah junior wide receiver Alonzo

ban the team from a bowl this year. 1980s, the visiting team led the UF-LSU have as much of an effect as it did,"Morris Sullivan said. "We have a lot of confidencein
Under a new SEC rule, a team must playin series 721. Kyle, and Brian, too."
the postseason to be eligible to win the said.Six
conference title. But there are no rules Archer said the area where the Gators are months later, the consequences of If Matthews stays hot the rest of the year,
saying the Gators could not win at least a strongest is their defense, which is ranked that one poor day pop up in the strangest Morris says he has another option. He
share of the national title this year. third nationally and has held its opponentsto places. could follow the steps of Herbert Perry,

UF coach Steve Spurrier said the team an average of 211.8 yards per game. Newspapers. USA Today places Mat who joined the baseball team after being
has restructured its goals for the season. Archer jokingly said he's glad this is the thews among its Heisman hopefuls. beaten out by Morris for the starting quarterback

"We've got a chance to beat every teamwe last season of eligibility for cornerback Rich- Record books.Matthews is making a run job in 1988.
play," Spurrier said. "It's going to be a ard Fain and defensive end Huey Richard- at every single-season passing mark in "If things stay the way they are right now,
school history. I wouldn't mind going out (for baseball) in
lot of fun competing in these
The Gators hope to use Saturday's games. game son.Fain has intercepted two passes in eachof "For the past two years, we didn't really the spring," Morris said. "I haven't pickedup
a bat in four so I don't know if I'll
against the Tigers to fulfill their goals.In the last two games against LSU. Richardson have an offense where the quarterbackcould years
still have it.But I wouldn't rule it out at this
"
1988, the Gators beat the Tigers 196at made 19 tackles in last year's game. post some numbers, Morris said.
Florida Field.LSU went on to win the SEC "We've got to do a better job of controlling "Now that we have that kind of offense, it's point.
" title that year. (Richardson)," Archer said."With Richard disappointing. I'd like to be in there."I Neither would Spurrier."If .

And last season, a final-second field goal Fain, it's the same thing. He's been a painin think I could be doing just as good, he's good enough," Spurrier said, "I
by UF kicker Arden Czyzewski catapulted the neck the last three years." but Shane's hot. I can't expect anything think it's a good idea."


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VOLLEYBALLfrom Women's golf team In Ohio coach Mimi Ryan said. John Webb has been looking for.

page 16 this weekendThe The Gator players will be last The UF women's cross country Miami to host

UF weeks same five: Laura Brown,Mi- team will face some of the nation's
11-3 season record and a M career ond-place women's finish two golf weeks team's sec- chele Vinieratos,Julie Foster,Suzy top teams among Division I, II and FSU SaturdayUnited

record against the Gators. The the Lady Seminole Invitationalmay ago at Strock and Paula Gorman. III programs as they compete this

Blue Devils' middle blocker Amy look like Saturday in the Paul Short In- Press International
a leisurely stroll
Verhoeven, a 6-foot-2 sophomore, around the Cross country teamsat vitational in Bethlehem, Pa.
leads the team with 187 kills this course compared to the FSU, PennsylvaniaThe UF's competition will include Second-ranked Florida
competition they will see today State
season. third ranked and No. 8 Miami, the
Georgetown and 25th
UF coach Marilyn McReavy said through The Sunday. UF men's cross country ranked Penn State in a 30-team two teams with the best col-
Duke and Pittsburgh are the teamsto Gators beat all the Florida team will head north to compete in field. legiate records over the last

beat in the tournament, but host teams at the Lady Seminole Sept. the 8000 meters run at the Florida Senior Wendy Frazier will lead three years, will play their

Georgia could be a surprise. 21.23 and finished second to the State Invitational this Saturday at the Lady Gators in the Invitational.She annual grudge match Satur-
University of Kentucky, but this Tallahassee.After day at 2 p.m. and both have
"Georgia is a small and scrappy weekend's won Florida's first two meets
Lady Buckeye Invitational two good outings to start the national championship on
team, McReavy said. "If we play In this season at the Michigan State
Columbus, Ohio, should bea the their minds.
season, the Gators will to
try
Invitational
them it ought to be a realdog fight. and the Crimson Clas-
more scrutinizing test of theteam's
build on their early-season Miami three national
success won
sic in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
If the Gators and Bulldogs do
ability. when they fare. in. titles In the 1980s
Including
The Lady Gators will host the
meet in this weekend's tourna- The 11th-ranked ;rival i
state Florida last The Hurricanes
ment, it will not count on the con- Gators will face 10 of Barnett Bank Invitational on Saturday year.
ference record. the 20 State, 18th ranked Oct. 13 on the University Golf hope to win the rest of the
ranked
top
South Alabama and season,including with .
Course to the South- games
as a warm-up
The Bulldogs lost four starters teams at the
Lady
SEC Au-
Florida
neighbors eastern Conference Championshipthat State and No. 1 Notre
from last seasons SEC runner-up Buckeye, including 4 burn, Mississippi and Dame, to reclaim the crown
Florida hosts Oct. 29.Men's .
squad,which was 7-1 in the confer No.1 Arizona, No. 2 Mississippi State as despite an opening-game loss

ence and 30-4 overall. This season San Jose State, No. 4 t NW part of a 13-team to Brigham Young.
Georgia is 12-6,but 0-1 in the SEC. UCLA, No. 6 Furman s 1, tennis teamat

The Gators also could play Pitts- and No. 7 Tulsa. field.The Gators have Southern Colleglates won Florida the national State has champion-never

burgh Saturday, the only nation- The teams will playon been led by sophomore Six UF men's tennis players will ship, but has finished oh-so-

ally ranked team in the the Scarlet course, s Mike Mvkytok head to Athens, Ga., this weekendto close with final 'ratings of
tournament. The Panthers ((122)) the same course Bonk who won the individual compete in the Southern Colle- second, third and second
have a young, balanced squad. where this year'sNCAA title at the Florida giates. over the last three years.
McReavy said that UF senior Championship will be Twi-Light on Sept. 13 and placed
The Over that the Sem-
collegiate season officially period,
Lisa Bonk will make the trip but played. Measuring 6,000 yards, it second in a strong field at the in inoles have
but this
opens January tourna- amassed a 32-4
will not play because of a cartilagetear is much longer, tighter, and Virginia Invitational on Sept. 22
will
ment record
help prepare the playersfor second only to
tougher than the FSU course at the
in her knee.McReavy said that
Mykytok, Dan Middleman and the season. Miami's 34-2. Notre-Dame is
Seminole
the problem occurred about three Lady Invitational. Mike LeValle were expected to be Top collegiate players from the third over the last three seasons

weeks ago, but the seriousness of Coach Mimi Ryan" said the Scar- the top three UF runners this sea- South will compete in the tournament at 32-5, but the Irish are
the injury was discovered only this let Course is a 180 degree turn" but LeValle the winners the
son has been sluggishso UF will send Jeff Mager, biggest over
week. Bonk will undergo surgeryon from the Lady Seminole course, far after two with 24-1
suffering a broken foot Gary Finnegan, Jimmy Spencer, past years a
the knee next week. but her players are long hitters so at the end of the 1989 season. David Blair, Bruce Haddad, and mark.
"Lisa is our number one playeroff it should fit their game. Freshman Chris
Wilson placed Doug Proudian. This would appear to be a
the bench, a real trouble- "I'm really pleased with: how fourth at the Florida Twi-Light and golden opportunity for Flor-

shooter," McReavy said. "We're they played in Tallahassee, but was eighth at Virginia. Surpris- Alligator writers Cheryl Bossen, ida ,State to .make a run for
hoping she won't be out more then now is really their chance to show ingly, Wilson seems to have given Matt Fogelsoll and JeffMoriarty con the national championship. -
two weeks." that they are a good golf team," UF the strong fourth runner Coach tributed to this report.






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Picks columnAt Morris accepts role as back upBy I



GREGG DOYEL
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Alligator Staff Writer

:- fJifrJ'At Kyle Morris remembers the drive.
With 79 seconds left in last year's UF-LSU contest,the Gators x
took over in a 13-13 tie. In nine plays, Morris guided the Gators
last count, the tape has been run throughthe 56 yards to LSU's 27-yard line, setting up Arden r x
VCR about 1.5 billion times. game-winning field goal.
Family reunions, picnics, polkas..you name it. The drive was a memorable one for Morris, the kind
As far as Arden Czyzewski's family goes, moment that can make a player's career.
there's nothing better to break up Aunt Mable's Saturday,LSU returns for revenge on Morris and the ,
slide show than watching their kin folk split the But Morris will be watching this one from the sidelines."This R m
c uprights with the game-winning field goal against whole season has been strange," said Morris,who b rtl
Louisiana State last year. been bumped from his starting job by Shane Matthews.
Czyzewski's father, Paul, says watching the not fun sitting on the sideline, but that's my role and
41-yard field goal sure beats having to listen to winning."
Uncle Chester's rendition of how he got his gall Morris' role now is third string, UF coach Steve
bladder removed. said Thursday. Brian Fox will play Saturday against the
"We watch the tape all the time," said guest if the ailing Shane Matthews is unable to play.
picker Paul Czyzewski. "I'm sure we've run that Morris used to have fun as UF's No. 1 quarterback, a
tape every chance we get." year starter and emerging star in the Southeastern
So does Arden. A good guy in an orange helmet.
But UF's fifth-leading all-time passer now stands on
KICKOFF Saturday, 7:30: p.m. (EDT) sideline, sporting a black baseball cap and clipboard, had'T
SITE Florida Field (capacity 72,000)) Matthews has posted some startling passing numbers for
TELEVISION Cable: ESPN 4-0 Gators."I .
RADIO -WRUF ((850 AM, 103.7 FM) wouldn't say there's anything ironic about me
COACHES UF: Steve Spurrier ((4-0 season, black hat," Morris said. "I just happen to like black hats."
24-13-1 career); Mike Archer ((3-1 season, 25131 Morris doesn't like playing second fiddle to anyone,
career) cially after cozying in as the Gators No. 1 quarterback.
posted a 12-3 mark in his 15 games as UF's starter.
The Picks The 6-foot-3, 211-pound junior was among the
Paul Czyzewski, who in between showings of passing leaders in 1989 before his mid-season suspension
Arden's Greatest Kicks moonlights as a professorof gambling. _
art education at the University of South Florida Morris returned this spring and, heading into the
says he doesn't think this year's game will '& Blue game, was even with Brian Fox for the starting 1 44
come down to a last minute field goal."I under first-year coach Spurrier. With Fox injured and 14,
don't think it will be necessary for him to to fight for the No. 1 spot, Morris had what he called his
kick it," Czyzewski said. "Florida's gonna win day of the spring while Matthews, a fourth-stringer,
big." Morris passed for 283 yards and two touchdowns in
Of course, don't tell Arden he won't factor into spring game but was intercepted four times.
the game. Even if he doesn't kick a field goal or His return was a nightmare.To what magnitude, Morris _
an extra point, he'll assuredly be ready to talk to CHERRY- n JONES
any and all reporters in the locker room after the see Morris, page 14 Morris.

game. ftrilikK; ; I
Czyzewski's a media hound. Tigers need win coachBy -
Anyway, as for the rest of the pickers, there's
been quite a shakeup here at the AlligatorbrandPicks / '-'
7:30 Florida Field. The is "Around here have to
Column. SHARON GINN : p.m. on game you assume your
Football writer Sharon "I'd love to have a VCR, Alligator Staff Writer scheduled to be broadcast nationally on job Is on the line.
but I'm a woman and I don't know how to operate ESPN. "I'll bet if you asked after the
one" Ginn now leads the pack with an impressive. Mike Archer admits there's a chance LSU has been led this season in rush Vanderbilt game, 90 percent of the people
24-16 record. that, after any given game this season, ing by tailback Harvey Williams. But in this state wanted me fired. Last
Ginn has had a stupid smile on her face all he may need to -make a stop at the Williams, who has averaged 82.8 yards a week I needed a bulletproof vest to jog
week after passing sports editor/VCR repairmanRon printers. game this season, may not start becauseof on campus. This week everybody wavesat
"How was I supposed to know Tennesseewas Archer, the fourth-year Louisiana a pulled hamstring.LSU me." '
going to gag like that" Kaspriske. State coach whose job has been precarious split end Todd Kinchen leads the Archer said he knows his job may not
t. Token newsroom picker Dan "My VCR has since the Tigers finished 4-7 in 1989, SEC in receiving and all-purpose run be any more secure after Saturday. The
cruise control" Evans also passed Kaspriske and said h /'s aware that sooner or later he ning. He also is third in the conferencein Gators ((4-0)) are ranked No. 10 by the
tied Ginn at 24-16. Evans, who was at the may be revising his resume. punt returns.' Associated Press but unranked' by the
bottom of the pile two weeks ago, has: since He almost needed to after LSU's 24-21 Last week Kinchen caught five passes United Press International because of
gone 15-5. loss to Vanderbilt, the Southeastern for 133 yards, including a 79-yard touch NCAA probation.
Kaspriske is one game back at 23-17 while Conference's perennial loser, two weeks down on a pass from freshman quarterback And UF is alone at the top of the SEC
assistant sports editor Gregg "My family had a ago. But a win' last week over No.: 10 Chad Loup. with a 2-0() record after Auburn and.Tennessee -
hand-crank: VCR when we were growing up inGeorgia" Texas A&M raised Archer's. .status in Even. with the proven talent on his tied 26-26 last week.
Doyel is second to last with a 21-19 Louisiana a bit. team, Archer said the pressure.is not off
record. The Gators, however, can"no' longer
Archer and his Tigers ((3-1,1-1 in the him to win."CThe .
shoot for an SEC title. UF':learned Mon-
And in last place for yet another week, with a '
SEC) will look to further redeem them- ( win over Texas A&M) only alleviated -
"," putrid record of 19-21 is wrestling writercolumnist selves when they take on UF Saturday at it a little bit," Archer'said. see LSU, page 14.
Alex "I have a closet full of professional
wrestling tapes from Japan and I have no earthly

idea what to do with them" Marvez. i I Volleyball team searching lineup I

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Week.. five M DE BK GO AM PC The Gators will be find
to that
. G&T..k r Maryland. GT GT MA GT MA MA Bf: MIKE SCHULTZ ,trying ,championship. Tonight's losing teams
il'Clem.... CU cu cu CU GA CU elusive
GlorII'' combjnation against tough com- will play a consolation match Saturday.
..,...r,Ohio!SL OS OS OS OS OS OS Alligator Writer
Plaids!St I''Miami UM UM UM FJ FS UM petition this weekend when they travelto UF will be trying to bounce back froma
At'ZIIIII Kentucky'. II at UCLA Ole Mu MU AZ MU UC MU UC MU UC MU AZ MU UC The UF volleybajl, team, now 13 Athens, Ga., for the Georgia Invitational disappointing emotional loss to LSU in
W.V.,..... II Yip T.oti. VT WV WV WV WV WV matches into the season, is still looking. Tournament. its last match Sunday, Peppler'said. '
Jell II IAani Ml Ml 111'111 Ml MlTB
Bus r'Daft" TB TB,TB DA TB for stability in its lineup. In' the championship format tournament Against Duke tonight, the Gators face
OF as L8U-Ale, UF 24.10;GO: 31.10;10:21-7;All: "We still have players not playing in the Gators will face Duke tonight, the .south region's sixth ranked club,
UF 24.7;Oi:UF 31-17;PCI: UF 27-7. their ideal positions," UF assistant coach .while Georgia will face 17th ranked Pitts' which enters ,the:tournament 'with an
h Mary Jo Peppler said."We're still.waiting burgh. The winners of.tonight's matcheswill
for the lineup to click.. meet Saturday for the tournament see Volleyball, page 15

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