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MONDAY, OCTOBER a, 1990 VOLUME 84, NUMBER 30 S




I Extra money to benefit libraries,r summer classes ;;:1 1By


MIKE BRUSCELL UF will receive about $1.8 mil- percent of its Summer A schedulenext money based on enrollment.The to offer, Lombardi said.
Alligator Staff Writer lion to $2.1 million of the extra year, it will commit much of new money will lessen the Student Government will be
money, which was taken from a its remaining resources to protect- $188,550 libraries must cut and will asked for advice, Lombardi said.
Florida's nine state universitieswill loan repayment by the Departmentof ing the libraries."It mean fewer reductions in items The proposal that Cabinet aides \
have about $6 million more to Transportation and from a state may be we don't really want such as professional journals, recommended would lessen the \
use in their defense against budget emergency fund, Lombardi! said. 100 percent Summer if the libraries Lombardi said. amount of money state universities
cuts,but UF's share probably won't The decision was announced at a take a beating," Lombardi! said. After Gov. Bob Martinez and the must return to about 2.5 per-
be used to fully restore its SummerA meeting of state Cabinet aides Fri- The libraries were already reel Cabinet finalize budget cuts Tues- cent of each school's budget, said
schedule, UF President John day morning.But ing from a $146,075 reduction imposed day, UF deans and department
Lombardi! said Sunday. if UF can offer 75 to 80 when UF missed out on state chairmen will decide which classes see Budget, page 9



Seniors freshmen last r
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for summer class cuts

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Deans plan to help students meet 9-hour ruleBy The Players


However, UF spokesman Larry I i
PEI SUN WU
Humes said it's too early to decide if the
Alligator Writer policy will\ stand.

Graduating seniors will be given top "There is no plan this time to change
priority when It comes time to trim sum- policy for graduation and the nine-credit
mer classes, deans from three of UPs policy for the summer term classes,"
largest colleges said this week. Humes said.
The associate deans said seniors who UF doesn't have the power to changethe t
need to fulfill the state's nine-hour rule policy for summer terms without
which requires all students to spenda permission from state education officials,
summer semester at UF-will not have Humes said.
their graduations delayed, if at all possi- All nine public universities in Florida swift
ble.Liberal fall under the requirement.
Arts and Sciences College As- But Humes said the problems with the
sociate Dean Lawrence J. Severy said he summer terms is merelv the tin of the"There's
0
will considerupperdivision iceberg.
"The shortage of 44M
courses more im- no reason UF money would be
portant when he the main problem,"
should the
graduating
keep -
takes part in deciding Humes said. "And
which summer seniors from their ca- this shortage of
classes should be money will\ con- x$
cut"There's reers if they are tinue year by year.I .
no reason I believe it could affect
qualified to graduate.
UF should UFs whole ac-
keep the graduating -Lawrence J. Severy a d e m I c
seniors from performance." JS SULLIVAN
their careers if they Liberal Arts and Sciences Because of bud Back-up quarterback Kyle Morris is interviewed during UFs media day. Morris started for

are qualified to College associate deanAs get shortages, the Gators last season.
graduate," Severy Humes said UF's

said. usual, freshmen would get second could lose some personal 34,000 attention.students In! UF football players cope

priority with scheduling, Severy said. other words, hundreds of students may
"I really feel sorry for those students cram into a class, leaving some lost in
who are between the freshmen and grad- the crowd."I with more than fanfare

uating seniors,"Severy said. am sorry for that,but some students
Two other associate deans, Herbert A. have to suffer if UF can't get enough a This is the first of a five-part series on the But players say their isolation is not en-
Bevis of the College of Engineering and money," Humes said. advantages and disadvantages of being a UF tirely their choice. Even though most chose
Craig Tapley of the College of Business UF will find out more about its fiscal football player. this path knowing life would be a little differ-
Administration, agreed with Severy. fate Tuesday when Gov. Bob Martinezand Chances are, you've seen them walking ent, they say it might be easier if they were
"I think the College of Engineeringwould the Cabinet decide on budget proposals down Stadium Road. average UF students.
consider to offer core courses from the State University System. Usually there are three or more of them "We live in a fish bowl," said junior kicker
"
based on student demands, Bevis said. big guys, wearing. 1989 Freedom Bowl T- Arden Czyzewski. "Our exposure is so great.
is to give the gradu- The Board of Regents, the 13-member
There a possibility
shirts. Everyone can see us, but we can't see them.
students courses they need." panel that governs the nine state univer-
ating You probably don't know them. You know
"If took 120 other students and observed -
sities UF President
already approved you
The examples of core courses Bevis in the
o/them, sure.They're always papers.
John Lombardi's recommendations to them for a while, I'm sure you'd findthey're
are Statics, basic electric energy Some in classes. But they
gave give schools maximum flexibility in are even your not much different from us."
engineering and Dynamics. seem so removed. Senior tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick said be-
,Liberal Arts junior Don Noll, 22,said meeting budget t cuts. Football players at UF make up a kind of cause football players are under such con-
he worried whether the nine-credit policy 'The flexibility includes drawing fraternity.They're always together- eating,
would be'waived. 'money out of two state funds which will talking, practicing. Most of their friends are see Football, page 11
,defray: UF's losses. One is from the lottery members of? the team.. ,
summer I revenues and the other education -
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said., emergencies. By Sharon Ginn f f> VI
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come persons in preparing Federal Tax Returns. Directoris any Friday. 375-6462 ACCESSORIES
currently recruiting and taking names of interested That's for the birds... A birdseed sale is scheduledNov. 1636 W. UNIV. 1 8 East University 375-3185
volunteers. Training will be provided. 10 at a local nature center. Volunteers needed to
Seamstress needed to work with a class of six teen load bags of seed between 9 a.m. and noon.
students to teach basic alteration skills. Also available a There's no business like show business Come volunteer rO R---\ ----ii 1I
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clothing for men. Materials will be provided and instructions painters needed.The curtain rises Nov. 1 so call now. 0 0 Choice of
will be given in student's classroom. Select one day Call the gang and get a party rolling Set up booths, I Sun-Wed Whole Wheat I
1100am130am
anytime between 9:30: a.m. and 11:50: a.m. plan games, bring cupcakes for a Halloween party in a ThursSat..
Host Hostess needed to assist with a variety of social park. Needed Oct. 31 from 5.7 p.m. I I 1IOOam-300am or original I
functions for a group of adults in a general psychiatry Help with the harvest on Nov. 17 Food drive volunteers I crusts
program. Help is needed Tuesday evenings from 6 to 9. needed to assist youth group with collecting, sort Free Delivery ion W. university Ave. Call 37-CUMBY I IGUMBY'S
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3929378. students welcome. Call 334-7692. Preprofessional: Minority Pre- : :: '
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I Game day results in stolen tickets fewer arrests I



I Gator fans unknowingly buy stolen ticketsBy I I Police eject 87 arrest two for violent behaviorBy il

MATTHEW SAUER Tipton said 52 people arrived at their MATTHEW SAUER gency room, Tipton said. Y
Alligator Writer seats, "hot dogs and Coke in hand to find Alligator Writer Also arrested was Angela Parsons, 38, of j
they had purchased stolen tickets. Chattahootchee,for slapping an officer who l A
About 50 fans arrived at Saturday's foot- "We had a bunch of agitated people when Police arrested a UF student for kickinga was taking her into the police booking room \\
ball game to find their seats occupied be- they found out they didn't have seats," fellow fan in the head at Saturday night's on a charge of possession of alcohol. .
cause the tickets they bought from scalperswere Tipton said. "Some people said they paid as football game, said UF police spokeswomanAngie '
stolen, said UF police spokeswoman Tipton. The officer was trying to take her into
much as $36 for the stolen tickets, but the
the booking room and she didn't want to :
Angie Tipton. "
average was about $25. Joshua Wasserman, 19, 1005 N.E. Third "
said. "She started him '
Tipton
Tipton said 370 seats from Alpha Tau Police are not sure how many stolen Ave., was arrested for pushing an unidenti- go slapping \
around, but he got her into the room witha
Omega fraternity's bloc seating section tickets were sold, but with an average fied man to the ground and kicking him little "
were stolen from the stadium ticket office scalped price of$25,the value of the 52 was repeatedly in the head, Tipton said. difficulty.
last week. $1,300, she said. "We had a shoving match between Police arrested five other people for
ATO President Andrew Asher said someone Tipton said police spent most of the game (Wasserman and the victim) in one of the charges ranging from possession of alcohol \
posed as a member of the fraternity and piecing together information from the people stadium's entrances and when one fell, the to re-entering the stadium after being \
presented ticket office personnel with a fake who bought the stolen tickets. other started kicking him in the head," she ejected. \
social security identification in order to pick "We're still trying to follow leads on who said.The Ejections totaled 87, including 34 UF
up the tickets. stole the tickets," she said. "But we suspectthe victim had cuts on his head and students, and were down five from UF's
The office issued duplicate tickets to the tickets were stolen and sold by one mouth and was treated by paramedics at the most recent night game against Florida
fraternity as replacements, he said. person." game and taken to Shands Hospital emer- State University last December.


Parking solutions SPORTY DONATION 1



could result fromWednesday's



electionBy


CARRIE SEGAL ing privileges were taken away it
would make availableand
more spaces
Alligator Writer
that it will help the parking
Should freshmen parking be situation,but he would not endorse
eliminated?That's one of two ques- removing freshman parking. u
tions students will be voting on in UF junior Janet de laTejera,who
Wednesday's Student Government did not have a car when she was a
elections. freshman, said she thinks fresh-
The answers to both of the ques- man should keep their parking
tions may lead to a revamping of rights.
campus parking. Students will be "That's not the way to eliminatea
asked to decide if they want to get problem (by causing anotherone
rid of parking decals and whether )," she said. "One way it could
Red D freshman parking should no be solved is by making more park-
longer exist. ing."
Using the current system, any Yarn said these questions were
student who is eligible to buy a asked in last_spring's election, but
decal can do so, re- the chief justice didn't
gardless of the number do anything with the rip 'ey
of open spaces. f' results.
More decals are t He said administrasold -
than the number / tors probably will lis-
of spaces available be- \M. TE ten if students really
cause not all students W want to do away with
want to park at the wG FALL ELECTIONS freshman parking or
same time.UF Parking eliminate parking de-
Administrator Robert Hester said. cals. But the earliest changes that
About 25,000 decals have been would be implemented would be w
sold so far this year for the 17,490 next fall.
spots that are on campus. Up- "I won't pursue anything stu-
perclassmen would have another dents won't support," Varn said.
1,116 spaces if Red D spots were He said he would want the proposals
taken away from freshmen. to pass by 1,000 votes for 4
Traffic Court Chief Justice Craig him to pursue them.
Varn, who authored the referen- SG's Supervisor of Elections
dum, said Wednesday's vote won't Susan Schatzberg said she wants
be the final decision, but will give this referendum to catch students'
him an idea of what students want. eyes. Mr

"There is obviously a parking "I think if students were aware
problem and we have to do some- that their parking situation was on JS SULLIVAN
The to Walter Lanier "Red" Barber donated his personal papers and a collection of sportsrelatedbooks
thing, Yarn said. place the ballot and a potential solutionto
start is with freshmen because they parking problems was on the to the Department of Special Collections of the UF libraries, creating a unique resource I
are the lowest on the totem pole." ballot, they may be more inclinedto documenting the history of sports and sports broadcasting.host .
Hester said if any group's park- vote."


I SG dormitory candidates to begin; open forums I

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get students more involved with forums tonight at 8 in the Lynch said he hopes the forums cause no one in a position of power
By JACK REnMAN the election process, forum orga- Broward lobby and Weaver recreation will help students understand the makes an effort to get informationto
Alligator Writer nizer Travis Lynch said Sunday. room. Beaty Towers, Jen- issues and the candidates so they students."
Student Government candidates Lynch an off-campus replace- nings Hall,the Murphree area,the won't blindly vote for a party. participants in the candidate
vying for dormitory Senate seats ment senator running with the Hume/Graham area and RawlingsHall "I'm aware of the Greek machine forums will give students a chancesee
will participate in open forum dis- 32608 Coalition, said the Browardand will host forums Tuesday be- and I think ifs unfair," he said.
cussions tonight and Tuesday to Tolbert dormitory areas will tween 7 and 8 p.m. "And the reason it operates is be- Dormitory page 4



4.ALLIGATOR MONDAY,OCTOBER8,1990
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I ELSEWHEREBudget .



plans for smaller Medicare cuts GOOD TIMES


WASHINGTON (UPI) -With the government still That rejection sent budget negotiators scurrying to
virtually shut down, House Democrats embraced a craft a new plan which, unlike the previous proposal,
new budget plan Sunday that would cut Medicare by apparently will not need to win a majority of both Happy HourMargarita Might
$42 billion over five years instead of$60 billion and parties in both Houses in order to ensure passage. A Ladies Night
leaves most key tax decisions to a House committee. majority of both parties rejected the first budget plan Couple* Night Wed 11
House Speaker Thomas Foley, D-Wash., after a Friday. Rum Night Thurs tl
meeting of the House Democratic caucus, said his Sources indicated that of the $42 billion Medicarecut Super Sunday Sun 6-10:30
budget negotiators presented "a general outline of proposed in the new plan, $30 billion would be
what might come forward" if a new budget plan is paid by doctors and hospitals while beneficiaries SNGFFVS
brought to the House floor later in the day in a rare would pick up another $12 billion through higher
Sunday session.It premiums and other costs that are not yet determined.The 1017 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
was the seventh Sunday session since the end of $60 billion Medicare cut in the defeated bipartisan GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA 904, 376 8899
World War II and the second in a week. The Senate budget plan,which angered seniors and lawmakers
also met briefly Sunday but recessed until Monday of both parties, had providers paying $32 billion
without conducting any legislative business. and beneficiaries paying $28 billion. The new plan, if
The new budget plan would still cut the huge deficit adopted,would save beneficiaries$16 billion over five THE MOST
by about $40 billion in fiscal year 1991, which began years compared to the initial plan.
Oct. 1,and by$500 billion over five years. But it would The new plan also would cut defense spending bya FOR YOUR.
significantly reduce the Medicare cut and give a little more than the earlier proposal and shift $300 .
House tax-writing committee broad latitude to devise million in agriculture cuts from fiscal 1991 to a later

the There tax component.were indications from some Democrats that year.While a smaller Medicare cut might have broad EYEGLASS DOLLAR

the plan had the backing of Senate Republican leaders bipartisan support, the rest of the new proposal being
but had not yet been agreed to by House Republicans.The discussed Sunday had Republicans nervous.
new plan, according to several Democratic The plan would let the Democratic-controlled Simple Value... EYEEXAMS ARCHER RD

congressmen, would cut Medicare spending by $42 House Ways and Means Committee, headed by Rep. Our little wooden building"helps keep cost down Just P" Butler Plaza
billion over five years instead of by the $60 billion Dan Rostenkowski,D-I11.,decide how to come up with across from RAX
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plan negotiated by President Bush and congressional words, the panel could decide which taxes to raise Yousavebigmooey. 378.3261
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(UPI) The deeply divided Arab world with King Hussein Jordan to discuss the crisis that
maneuvered to adjust to the gulf crisis Sunday with has united them after years of animosity. Hussein
Egypt reportedly denying Palestine Liberation Organization kicked the PLO out of his kingdom over a decade ago,
chief Yasser Arafat permission to visit but both leaders have taken a sympathetic stand '
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numbers from Saudi Arabia. opposition al-Wafd newspaper said Sunday
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Alligator WriterIn With the days of record flagging and academic

his third floor Little Hall office, Larry Severy juggles budget advisement hassles behind him,Wayne ti
paperwork for UFs largest college while fielding phone calls abouta Losano now has time to tend his garden.
study on Spanish-speaking women's menstrual cycles in Mexico. "I've never had so much free time in my \
Severy, 47, became the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences life. It's boring," said the former associate \
student affairs associate dean in May, but he still finds time to dean of student affairs in UF's largest college.
continue more than a decade's worth of research into women's Losano now teaches two UF technical writing
health issues. courses and plans to work on a textbook.

Despite problems he encountered in Bangladesh -one survey Although he's made a point of staying"away l
had to be reworked because the women had a different concept of from Little Hall and what's going on over
menstruation than their Western counterparts he has focused there,"he now talks freely about his five yearsas
most of his time finding his way through the maze of the Liberal dean at the College of Liberal Arts and \
Arts academic advisement. Sciences. ,
Severy described the academic advisement program as the Losano, who once described himself the
"court of last resort" for all undergraduates. He said he hopes to J academic "gatekeeper" of the college, was
change that last resort into a beacon of light. often criticized for being gruff or even abusiveby
"It's very clear that we don't have a lot of resources going into TENIELLE TODD students. He said those complaints just go
advising on this campus," said Severy. But he added, the arrivalof Liberal Arts and Sciences Associate Dean for Student Affairs with the job.
new UF President John Lombardi! and Liberal Arts Dean Will Larry Severy hopes to change academic advisement Into a "As long as they got through, I didn't care I
Harrison should be a change for the better. beacon of light for undergraduate students.90s what they thought of me," Losano, 50, said.
"Both of those individuals seem seriously concerned with stu- "We have letters of students thanking us for

dents and trying to alleviate the problems here,"he said. "We havea ," is one reason Severy believes things are looking up. So far, sitting on them to get them through."
pretty bad rap or had a pretty bad rap across the state at how the task force has brought him into contact with students, faculty, Losano said some semesters he would flag
much care and attention and how many resources we devoted to national consultants and representatives of other universities the records of 300 to 400 students who were
advising on this campus." all of whom have a grasp of what works. not making progress. The flagging froze the
Severy's gleaned insight from his stint as an undergraduate "We've talked about ideals and dreams," he said. "We've also academic careers of those students,who usually
coordinator in the psychology department.Over the past few years, talked about the political and budget realities in the state of Florida. had grade point averages below 2.0, until
he, helped set department rules, developed undergraduate course Who knows in these budget times exactly what we can accomplish." they met with him.
offerings and surveyed seniors about their experiences in the Another reason Severy said the system is improving is the extra He said he encouraged students to reduce

program.He funding he received to hire faculty advisers to help out with course loads or choose alternate majors. I
said he learned that UF problems don't lack a reason. freshmen orientation this summer. He said there were 35 faculty "We wanted to get them graduated," he \
"Given that the undergraduates here are pretty talented, there advisers this year, compared to 24 in the past.Those 35 all offeredto
used to be a joke that,the advising system was to hand studentsthe serve as contact mentors for the freshmen. said.For students still lagging, the next step
undergraduate catalog," he said. of the twinkle he talks
The brown eyes Severy psychologist as would be trial probation. If they were success-
Severy, a psychology professor for 20 years, said one problemis about his venture into academic advisement."I'm ful, they could continue with school. Other
the competition UF undergraduates face. an experimental psychologist by training. I do work in
wise, they were put on final probation.
"At most universities don't have to about this articu- interested in evaluation."
,you worry decision making, he said. "I'm program Students still failing to raise their GPAs were
lation agreement and competing with transfer students to get into He likened his own research to the work he is doing on campus. told to attend another institution,go to school
upper division," he said. "My real research now the focus of my research is the
part time, or just take some time off.
"If you keep your nose clean and keep above a'C' average, you acceptability of health programs in the Third World,"he said."Thisis
weren't of Florida
pretty much know you're going to be whatever it is that you wantto not the Third World on this campus, but there are some things "They"just University
material Losano said. "This is
be," he said. "It's not true of the University of Florida. that are the same. You try some new programs and you ask peopleif a notoriously
institution.
Severy hopes to assist those undergraduates by improving the they work and if they don't, you change them." unforgiving
academic advice they get. He took his new job as an experiment Students earning D's here would probablyget
under the condition that a task force probe the advisement prob- see Severy, page 10trt.1REAi B's at other places, he said.
lems.The task force,called"Charting the Course:Advising for the "We're so crowded.They're wasting time."
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One person. One vote. Sound familiar? You've heard it

for years. It was preached in your junior high school civ-

ics class, the idea that in a democratic society, every per-
son's vote is equal and every registered voter has the "l'I'
ability to change an election's outcome. it

You were taught that this principle applies to federal,
state and local elections. But when you got to college, the
rules changed for Student Government.

Yes, every student is able to vote in UF's elections and

everyone's vote gets equal weight.

But that weight isn't really distributed evenly because

only a select group of students vote on this campus.
We've said it before students don't vote in SG elec-

tions.Why
should we, you ask. Because SG leaders get to
spend about $4.5 million of your money each year. They

control the budgets of the Reitz Union, Lake Wauburgand Take matters in hands
own
the Student Recreation and Fitness Center, sched- your
-
uled to open next May., When men rape women, they often try to excuse
But if that isn't a good enough reason to force yourselfto their behavior by claiming that woman want, need, or ,so- Amy Comm
vote twice a year, here's another one. enjoy rape,or that women deserve to be raped becauseof CONSIDER
their dress or behavior this shifts the responsibility THISQuit
SG is controlled by a select handful of students for the attack to the victim.
called groups. Almost every fraternity and sorority be- Another method of excusing rape is to deny the asking what the victim was wearing at the time
longs to a group and every group has a leader, who are attack; the victim is a liar or out of control Sadly of the attack, quit blaming the victim for not fighting
back, quit the fact that the attack occurred.
enough often these denying
simply called group leaders. ,society accepts modes of silencingand
discrediting rape victims. This is what has been The reason COAR and SARS are being destroyedis
These leaders get together and decide which candi- happening to SARS and COAR. because UF does not want to admit that there is a
dates they want to run for the most powerful SG spots, When Infirmary director Boyd Kellett began his rape problem of huge proportion on this campus. UF
such as student body president and vice president. That attack against SARS and COAR, he claimed that the only cares about rape victims who are brutally mur-
student is then known as the Greek candidate and the two programs needed to be made more efficient, and dered and give UF bad publicity;otherwise,why would
various groups are instructed to vote for this person. that his actions wouldn't hurt the program.When SG they allow Kellett to rifle through confidential records?
slashed COAR's budget, effectively eradicating student Kellett and the rest of the UF administration know
the disagree and parties
Occasionally, groups two are rape education programs, they could not under. that many victims will not seek help if word gets out
formed and two candidates are nominated. That's about stand why COAR protested, saying, "But they wantedto that their records may not be confidential, thereby
the only time SG is any fun when the Greeks can't be a student group!" statistically reducing UPs rape problem.I .

agree among themselves. It's the only time no one is Meanwhile The Alligator editorialized that COAR am pissed off at every single administrator at this
quite, sure who will win the election. should "do more" to survive. Now I read that Kellettis university for being an accomplice in the attempt to
Because when the Greeks do ; it's a given that blaming the SARS waiting list on the fact that a destroy COAR and SARS I am pissed off at The
agree therapist is ill and must work half-time. Alligator and SG for buying into the victimblaming.It .
their candidate will the office.
secure A former SARS employee accused the therapist, is not Claire Walsh's responsibility, nor is i it
It's a constant cycle. SG leaders swear they want all stu- Claire Walsh, of abandoning the program; evidently, COAR's SARS',to'see that the two programs survive.
dents to get involved in SG and then they turn around Walsh should sacrifice her health for the SARS pro- They have been fighting for a very long time.It is now
' and participate in the elitist group system because they gram. Kellett claims that he must look at confidential time for students to take matters into their own hands.
know it's the only to get elected. records and obtain the names of rape victims because We can't be silent any longer.
way SARS therapists exaggerate the size of their loads.
case Solidarity
Coenen is Students'
Amy
member the
a of
Most non-Greek students, on the other hand, either Why is Boyd Kellett destroying SARS and COAR? Against Silence. -
couldn't care less about SG or know that it's controlledby LETTERS, TO THE EDITOR
the Greeks and believe can't do to
they anything stop B B BJB BMB B BJBJB B
the system. Milk doesn't mins we all need. and Drug Administration. .
But they can. It's been done before. Groups of inde- Milk is also an excellent natural Perhaps in the future,your writers
deserve source of protein and readily avail- should interview qualified food
pendent students, those not affiliated with the Greek sys- bumrapEditor able calcium. If one is concerned scientists, nutritionists and registered
tem, have mobilized and put their candidates in office. : Your Oct. 2 article "Eating about the high level of saturated fat dietitians who are faculty
One person. One vote. It's a simple concept. And it WeD Yields Healthy Results" has and cholesterol in dairy products members at UF.As for any health-
r could work at UF, in Wednesday's Student Senate elec- condemned dairy products as un- then one can easily consume lowfator conscious vegetarians who think
tion. It's to wholesome unhealthy, artificial nonfat products which are made they are saving the world by not
up you.alligator food products. For health fanatics from skim milk\ in which almost all eating dairy products, milking a
", who emphasize, "natural diets," fat and cholesterol are removed. cow is not hannful.
' what could be more organic and Just 'because milk, cheese and Nutrition faddists should stop
Editor natural than dairy products made ,yogurt are pasteurized, it does not giving ,dairy "products a bum.rapand
from cow's milk? necessarily mean that they do their,bodies a favor: enjoy
are
Judy A. Plunkett Preservatives, artificial flavors, "highly processed." Pasteurization natural dairy products, as people
Managing Editor Opinions Editor colors stabilizers emulsifiers, etc. simply heats raw milk to a tempera- have, done. for thousands' of years.
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier are not added to milk., Many yogurts ', ture that is sufficient to kill human Bradley M. Krohn
bacterial -, 9MMeDsM
y and cheeses are also available pathogens. "
Letters Policy \ ,without such additives, or withnaturally Finally milk ,WilkinsonSAO
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Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page) They should be plants and all gov- '
typed, double-spaced end signed They should Include a typed name, address and telephone occurring additives.:The, ernment labs routinely test all milk
number. Names will be withheld If the writer' shows Just cause." If you have any questions can only additives in milk are vitaminsA for trace levels of antibiotics and Annette MacBlologl
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I Mental illness requires..... more research,.. respect-- 11 11By !

BRIAN DOHERTY Dr. Lauren LaPorta, a psychiatry resident at spouses, said the biggest mistake people it's still considered acceptable to poke fun :
Alligator Writer Shands Hospital and a member of Mental make with psychological difficulties is think- at mental illnesses. And this stigma can :
Illness Non-Discrimination.That group triesto ing they should be able to handle it them- prevent people from seeking help. 1
Look around.One out of every five people educate the public about mental illness. selves. Neurological research is beginning to re- ;
you see will be stricken with some form of "You are more likely to be affected by They think it's a sign of weakness to veal the biochemical basis of such mental ,
mental illness within the next six months. mental illness, through yourself, a family admit they need help. But we see it as a signof illnesses as schizophrenia, depression and
But only one in five of those people will seek member or a close friend than you are by strength," Resnick said. anxiety. Combinations of medication and
treatment any other disease.And yet they are the least The negative attitude toward mental prob- therapy are usually successful in enabling
This week is Mental Illness Awareness understood, the least researched and the lems has been noticeable in the media atten- people to cope with mental illnesses, LaP
Week, designated as such since 1988 as part least federally funded," LaPorta said. tion paid to gubernatorial candidate Lawton orta said.
of a five-year plan to remove the stigma that College students are particularly prone to Chiles' use of anti-depression medicationand In the past, attempts to commemorate
keeps people from seeking the treatmentthat mental illnesses such as eating disorders or the mental health history of murder Mental Illness Awareness Week with candlelight
could help them. depression, LaPorta said. suspect Ed Humphrey, LaPorta said. vigils and lectures have garneredpoor
The most important thing to remember is Dr.Jacquelyn Resnick,a counselor at the Such attention to other medical problems, turnout, so this year they are merely
that mental illnesses are illnesses like any University Counseling Center,which is opento such as asthma or diabetes, would be seen concentrating on getting the word out \
other,usually with a biochemical basis, said all full-time UF students and their as obviously prejudicial, LaPorta said. But through the media.

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DARCI SIRIANNI insurance.
Alligator WriterIf "You don't go into a dark alley 7
with hanging out of
money your
your bedroom were to catch
pocket so why would you go into a
fire, how long would you have to
library or a classroom and not see
get out?Three minutes? Five min-
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how to get out? she asked.In .
utes? Long enough to call police?
The answer Is 30 seconds, said
dorms look for
or apartments,
David Huffman,assistant fire chief.In .
faulty wiring and check multiple
a
the United States fire
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electrical outlets. Don't leave appli-
breaks out every 10 seconds. Fires
ances or stoves unattended.The .
injure 600,000 people and kill 6,000

people annually. largest single cause of accidental
Although most people will be fires in residence halls is
involved in a fire, few realize how unattended cooking on stoves and
fast it travels, Huffman said. in microwaves, according to the
As a fire starts, the carbon mon University of Georgia.
oxide causes a person to become
disoriented, confused and unableto UF Environmental Health and
find an exit. Within seconds a Safety Director William Properzio ryClr
person could fall unconscious. At suggests students report anything
30 seconds, the fire reaches 150 unsafe to officials."If .
degrees.
"One breath of this heated air you see obvious things that
would sear your lungs and kill should be corrected broken
you,"according to the video "How doors,multiple electrical problemsor
Fast it Burns" produced by the even an exit light out-we value
University of Georgia. that kind of input and we try to
As National Fire Awareness follow up on it immediately," he
Week begins today, students said.
should take a conscious look
around them and notice where the Students interested in becomingmore
fire alarms, fire extinguishers and involved with fire preventioncan
exits are located, said Barbara Ol- join the UF Student Fire and
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BUDGETfrom from$8.4 million to about$5.7 mil- would leave the state with $151 million. The money would come
page 1 lion. The difference would be cov- million to cover emergencies for mostly from new prisons, which
ered by lottery money and an the fiscal year that began July 1. probably would not be completedthis
K Patti Woodworth, Gov. Martinez's emergency education trust fund. Woodworth said other state fiscal year and
budget director. The board is a 13-member panel agencies which will be affected by the state trauma care and ju-
Cut it Out.Fill Martinez ordered all state agen- that guides the state's public uni- the new money Include: venile justice system will have to
cies to trim 5 percent from their versities. .the Department of Health and shelve planned Improvements, although -
l it in,cut II out. .
Classifieds are that simple. budgets last month.A The new proposal would reduce Rehabilitative Services, which had money will return to foster
Find the form in today's plan drafted two weeks ago by the state's $544 million budget expected cuts of $101.5 million\ and group homes for children and
classified section.F State Education CommissionerBetty shortfall to $262 million. Martinezand now will lose $54 million and 25 disabled adults,homeless shelters
Castor and the Board of Re- the Cabinet will vote on the occupied auditing positions; and drug rehabilitation.
gents recommended reducing the proposed cutbacks Tuesday in the Department of Correc- United Press International con-
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';r SEVERY air up as punitive. He personally their adviser as soon as possible," That concern for students also EAT
, flagged hundreds of students every he said. "We want to be known as makes Severy worry about the toll
from 5
page semester and had them come in to helpers.I'm more comfortable say. five unsolved local murders may
see him." ing, 'How can I help you?' than take on students.He YOURBROCCOLI
Severy said that under Wayne Severy doesn't see the logic in anything else." feels that many people, Including -
Losano,the former dean,the atmo- operating that way. "We shouldn't be here to be himself, might get burnedout
sphere in academic advisementwas "A number of students have cops,"Severy said. because of the stress added to
geared toward productivity. come in the last couple months and Severy is no less concerned that which school normally causes.
have told us they were used to about the 25 percent of UF students Still, he remains optimistic about
(Losano) did a lot of things in
this office designed to upgrade the being very nervous and shaking who are not into their upper divi- his job. Healthy Advice
standards and the quality of the when they came into this office." sion courses who have between 2.0 "It's been a very classy act from your friendly
arts and sciences program,"Severy And that is precisely what Severyis and 2.5 GPAs. around here lately and so it's beena Alligator Advertising
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to ride a little roughshod, really The goal is still to get students not being able to stay here and we said "So I kind of like it. Department.
rather roughshod on a number of from lower to upper division and know they're good students," he "You know, what could go F
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A FOOTBALL PLAYER'S TYPICAL SCHEDULE t

FOOTBALLfrom They don't need tickets for Growl- and 7-9 a.m. \

page 1 not because they get in free. They don't get lW Players wake up and get ready to go to class. Breakfast Is .1
to go. I j available at the Yon Hall cafeteria. '
stant scrutiny, people make certain as- Growl is the Friday night before the
sumptions. Homecoming game, and on those nights
"Everybody thinks every football playeris football players are hidden in a local hotel, 7:25 a.m.-12:35
being paid, everyone is probably using away from the action, said quarterbackBrian : p.m.
drugs, everyone gets all the food they Fox. I Players, like normal students, attend classes. Most are
want, everyone gets the chicks and every- Fox said this year football coach Steve r taking 12 to 15 hours. The players' majors range from
one gets swamped when they go out," Spurrier might allow players to attend part public recreation to accounting.
Kirkpatrick said. "That's not true." of Growl. But they probably won't stay for 11 a.m.-1:15: p.m.
Drop-add never a worry the whole thing because players have an 11
do curfew night Lunch Is available to players at the Yon Hall Cafeteria.
But football players get certain things p.m. every except Saturday.But
that aren't available to most UF students. missing big events is only one of the
Football players usually don't go throughthe disadvantages for UF football players.Often,
trademark drop-add nightmares. That's they are placed under a great deal of scrutiny 1-1:45: p.m.
because they are registered for classes before by administrators because they representthe
lift three times week their
Players weights a at own private
the rest of the student body to ensure school.
facility under the supervision of weight trainers.
school will fit into their schedules."If When players skip a class, somebody ..
we didn't!! (register early), we'd haveschedules finds out, Czyzewski said. The Yon Hall
all around tutors SIt in iresnman- 2-3:30: p.m.

the board," Kirkpatrick "We l live in fishbowl. and sophomorelevelclasses and make the EH I, Players get taped, dressed for practice, go to team
said. "It's logical position meetings and watch films of previous games and
that we get our classesin Our exposure is so players sign an atten- of opponents.
the mornings and dance sheet.Also,aca-
early afternoons." great. Everyone can see demic counselors 4-6:30: p.m.

For those having difficulty us, but we can't see periodically check on Players practice for about two hours a day during the
taking a full students.If week. After practice, Coach Steve Spurrier and selected
load and playing foot- them. a player misses a players meet with 12-15 reporters for Interviews.
ball, there are free tu- class, Larry Fitzmorris -
tors available in Yon Arden Czyzewski the assistant ath- 6:30-7:30: : p.m.

Hall, the players' resi- Kicker letic director for Players head to the locker room, shower and go back to
dence on the east side student services, is the Yon Hall cafeteria for dinner.
nf the stadium_. notified. He then tells
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Scholarship and "recruited walk-on" football -. Spurrier.If .
I players also get free athletic-related the unexcused absences continue, the 8 p.m.
medical attention. Physicals, general medi- football player's dining hall privileges are lIB Players study, relax with friends or watch TV. Some can
cal care and all necessary athletic surgeryare taken away temporarily, leaving him no leave Yon Hall or have visitors over until their 11:00: p.m.
paid for by the school, said team trainer choice but to eat at UFs student cafeterias. curfew. On Saturday, the curfew is lifted.
Chris Patrick. | Another skip and he is suspended for 10 tours:Alligator Miff<
For example,when Czyzewski injured his percent of what's left of the season. One

knee practicing football on a Sunday last more time and he's out for the year. Kirkpatrick said it would be nice if older at least one meal a day with the rest of the-
year, his surgery was completed free of "Other students can just show up on test players could live in an apartment like most students.
"
charge. But if a player suffers a non-athletic days, Czyzewski said. UF juniors and seniors. "They got to know a lot of students that
related injury, he must pay his own medical Skipping class can be just the beginningof "I've lived in Yon Hall five years," Kirkpat- way,"Spurrier said."They became more like
expenses. a football player's academic problems. rick said. Td like to live somewhere else. A normal students."
Players also have access to large quanti- Senior cornerback Richard Fain said when dorm's a dorm pretty much. If you take a At the University of Georgia, administrators
ties of food. They eat three meals a day in players get to UF, they sometimes have shower you still have to walk down the hall, are slowly moving toward that trend.
the Yon Han cafeteria,which is open only to problems balancing their study time with and you can't have girls over past 11 o'clock." Hoke Wilder, an assistant athletic directorat
male and female athletes. A meal plan is football. Spurrier said probably within the next two Georgia, said during the past few years
included with scholarships, and players can "When I was younger it really was hard, or three years the University Athletic Association they have made an attempt to mainstreamthe
eat as much as they want once they get in Fain said. "During the day, you don't have will decide to abolish the athletic athletes as much as possible.
the door. time to take an hour out and study. And at dorms and move the players into the regular "We have made a concerted effort to get
And though most UF students have to waitin night, it's easy to go up into your room and dorms with other UF students. the athletes involved in extracurricular ac-
line to work: out at the O'Connell Center. say, 'I'll brush off until tomorrow.! "I I think the players tivities other than
football players and Then when the test comes, would really like that," "I don't think people sports," Wilder said.
other UF athletes have you have to cram four weeks of Fain said. "Since I've "High-profile athletesare
special weighttrainingrooms. individual" daily study into two been here I really should be jealous. We isolated. That's a

They also are days. haven't met a lot of work hard.The real problem.
issued equipment that Fain said eventually those play- friends outside the very Georgia athletes,
they must return to the ers learn to discipline themselvesand football team." money we bring the uni- though, still live
school each year. bring up their grades. But all Fain said some- from the rest of the
Many players think that studying leaves even less free times the isolation can versity entitles us to students. Males and

these advantages are time. lead to problems with these females live in the recently
some of things we
The players are Isolated
justified because of the non-athletes. Often renovated-
rigorous and rigid Czyzewski said it's hard to when players get into get. McWhorter Hall.
schedule they have to maintain a social life and play arguments with other Wilder said he
follow."I Kirkpatrick football.And it doesn't help when students, it's becausethe Kirk Kirkpatrick thinks the NCAA

rtnn't think people you have difficulty meeting new students taunt the Tight end eventually will abolish

should be jealous i !WrkDatrick said. "We people. players for being what separate athletic
work very hard. The money we bring the Most of the players don't have a lot of they see as snobbish."At dorms so athletes will relate better to regu-
university entitles us to some of these thingswe friends outside the team because they are a party, someone who has been drink- lar students. But he sees some advantagesin
get" K isolated from the rest of the campus, ing might say, Those football players think having them."Because .
Czyzewski said.All non-married scholarship they're special,' just because we have our of the demands on their time,
Kirkpatrick said on a typical weekday, a football players are required to live in Yon dormitories and our own set of rules," Fain it's important that they have access to computers .,
football player's schedule is packed with said. "That can cause problems." "
Hall."We're. Wilder said."We also have tutorial ,
almost nothing,but classes and football. And the attention players receive after program. We want to make access easy for '.
Kirkpatrick definitely at a disadvantage be- such incidents isn't always justified,Czyzewski them in terms of time managemenl"Kirkpatrick
cause we don't get to intermingle with regu- said.
It's not exactly paradise lar students,"Czyzewski said."I've only meta "You don't open the paper every day and agrees that, though it's not
handful of people that are outside the read about every student that got Into a the glamorous residence that many students
Besides, players say there's a flip side to football team. Czyzewski said. envision, there are good points to living in"
fight
all the attention and the benefits.They miss Yon Hall.
of and students
Integation players
out on a lot of things. live in a'double that is
Most players room Integation of UF athletes with the rest the "If anyone wants to switch with me, that's
While UF students stood in line last weekto slightly larger than a typical campus dorm
campus is a concern, Spurrier said.At Duke fine Kirkpatrick said. "It has its advan-
pick up Gator Growl coupons, a few room. Fourth-and fifth-year students some- University, where he coached for three tages, though. I can roll out of bed and just
football players were standing outside Yon. times have the option of a smaller single years,players lived in regular dorms and ate go to class."
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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.Welcome SUBLEASE HSE/APT \: ,', ':', '"
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1 FURNISHEDHousing Students 2 br apt Duckpondand 2 bedroom// bath In Woodland Villas.

2 br house In NW 26 Ave 325.00 No deposit required. October rent free. classified ad:
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month 373-5663 am to 8 pm 10-10-4-2 Monthly rent: $460. Call 332-2657 (for ; : ::: ;: :: :;
Available-1 blk to UF, coed co- more into. 10125.4 -:,1',For Rent Furnished
op, all util I paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, ONE MONTH FREE In Person:
parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. Studios and one bedroom :::: 2 :'>!for: Rent Unfurnished Cash, check MC or VISA.
117 NW 15th SI. 3774269. 12.14.62.1 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE .
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from $235 Walk to UF. College 3 Homes The Alligator Office
Park Properties 371-7777 10-31-23-2 '
Sublease Oakbrook Walk, Ibdr of 2bdr VILLAGE ": : For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave.

apt., 3rd floor wash/dry, $380/mo must ONE MONTH FREE. Roommates available M.F 8am.4pm

be male, call Jeff 335-2803. 10.8.10.1 Villager West, central air, quiet Reserve your room for fall. ,4 :,:Sublease House/Apt./ Main BookstoreHub
ft cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street Bus service to UF and SFCC :'
from 16th Ave. 371-7777 Furn or unfurn. $175-$250 per ..t. 5 :.:: Roommates Customer Service( Desk

FOR RENT: 10-31-23-2 roommate/month/ MZ Prop Mgmt.Inc. 6 ", : For Sale :-',, ',:; .:: M-F8 am .4:30: pm

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Realtor 375-0207. ,7 Real Estate"' : Reitz Union, Cashier's Office
CONDO IN SW: 2 BR 1 1/2 BA, Town 10-19-24-5 :, ,', :: r.::: M.F 9am.9pm

house. Breakfast bar, hookups, pool. '; 8 Motorcycles Sat ft Sun Closed
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1280, electric. $450 KEY MANAGE N/S/ F to rent own rm/bth In 2 story apt at '
Pay only '
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. MENT Greenwich Green.,$233 mo. + 1/3 utili :.9 : Autos "" ::':: :: Medical Bookstore, ShandsM

Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs. 372-3060 10-12-S- ties. Call 3353110. 10.15.20.5 : ", F, 8 am 4:30 pm
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- 10 Wanted ;

76.2 WALK 2 BLOCKS to campus, 2 BR Elf. 1 F n/s/ roommate In nice condo near Oaks it ':;: :: Services ,; ::::,r::", By Mail: t
Mall, must like pets. Call 33S-1 934 leave ,
only $275 until 1991. Inc. some utilities. Use forms appearing weeklyin
GATOR COUNTRY 2BR duplex, AC 372-3060 KEY MANAGEMENT 10-12-5- message $235/mo/ + 1/3/ util. furnished, ','12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry no cash by
lotsa woods for the
pooch near shoppingfor wash/dry./ 10-9-10-5
the student. Only $275 372.3060 2 ,13 Help Wanted "" mail MC, VISA, or checks only.

KEY MANAGEMENT 10.7.5.2 2 quiet bd 2nd floor opts, porches, storage A serious male student for large 7 bedroom 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

cent H/A, d/w/ fans, SW/Villas; upstairs apt. $160/mo. + 1/7/ util. + '
Oak Glade Apia near UF & VA, quiet, $375,water incl; 3730701. 10-19-10-2 deposit + lease. No pets. 1616 NW 3rd 15 ., Personals ,::;: :-'>"" Payment by VISA or Mastercard
ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
available In units for .
washer/dryer most Ave. 495-9024. 10.12.10.5 .
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 12 Bath Super Clean 2br/1/ ba duplex apt cent a/c -. 16 : Connections:'. M'F8.30.4pm.

$2SO-$375, sec & Imr. 3726422. 12-14- heat fenced yard, bike to UF, pet ok LIBERAL* m/f roommate wanted to 17' Notices
76-2 $330/mo Call Sarah 375.3378 10.12.5.2 share 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2 D How to correct or
mile to UF, $150/mo/ + 1/2/ util. 372- '1 18 Rides Me'

INCREDIBLE SECURITY SYSTEM In this roomy SW 2 5590. 10-19-15-5 ; cancel your tad:

Efficiency Apt. BR duplex. Fenced, cent air, near mall, 19 Pets '.
Starting at $185 ok. $325 KEY MANAGEMENT 372- M/F Roommate needed for 2 br/1 1 1/2/ ba :' '
pets & Found : ::: xD Cancellations
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Starting at $235 12 Bedroom 3060. 10-12-5-2 Apt French Quarter $210/mo + 1/2 util. : '
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MEADOWCREST110NW39th call Rob 375-6987 1084.5 : 'd" '' '" v Call 373-FIND Man. Fri 8 4 pm.

Ave LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASE! $250 No refunds can be given.

378-3988 moves you In. Close to UF and Shands. Serious person to share spacious 3 bdr 4
375-3861 376-1248. 10-30-20-2 house near Oaks Mall. Own bedroom, l When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
12-14-76-2 own bath. Share 1/2 util. $200/mo. Check your ad the FIRST day it runs
Ask for Jlnxiong at 338.4571 or 392- Call 373-FIND with any corrections before -

"Check Our New Specials'All MOBILE HOMES: 2678. 10-10-5-5 Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
Amenities Available RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Female N/S needed to share 2 br 2 ba apt DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected

Roommates Available In SW area $245 + 1/2/ utilities. 335- Ads mailed in or placed at the. ads will be extended one day.

We're No.1REGENCY OAKS Farmsrentals from $260 Incl. 3784. 10-10-5-5 Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after

water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn placing the ad. Changes called in after
378-5766 **HUGE Fully furn bdr/ba in 2/2 avail THREE days to appear Ads
main. Also some great buys. Quietl Will the first day will not be compensated.
3230 SW Archer Road nowBargain rate of $200 (from 312)) +
take term trailers. 378-9291 Open weekends run for length of time
COUNTRY GARDENS sec/utll. 2nd fir els to UF, pool, call 334- may any
too. 12-14-47-3 Customer or
error changes:
and be cancelled
373-4500 8593. 10-10-5-5 I at any time.
Corrections must be made in person at
2001 SW 16th Street Sorry, but there can be no refunds
SUBLEASE: Female needed for 2BR In Stoneridge. The Alligator office, EFORE NOON
12-14-76-2 Spacious, clean, overlooks pool, for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction ,fee.

SPACIOUSONE 4 HOUSE/APT. $249/mth. beginning January. Call Amy

BEDROOM APT. 336-1390.. 10-10-5-5
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12-14-76-2 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 UF Call 378-1675. 10-11-8-4 83.5+ 1/2 util. ph. 336-1091 Ive. mssg. 10- 6 FOR SALE SALEMV


SPYGLASSneed female n/s for own Pedulla bass guitar,for sale. FretlessFive
TYPESETTERVarltyper 5410. 2 Disk
1 bed. apt for sublease, furn or unfurn bedroom/bath/ In 3 bedroom/3/ bath apt. F to share 2bd/ 1/2/ ba twnhse In SW drives 2 film cassettes 2 film cannlsters. String Call for more Info: 336-6396
WILLIAMSBURG VILLAGE 376-1253. $233/month + 1/3/ utllites. Call Erin at area. $225/mo/ Fully furnished, wa/dry./ reconditioned 10.8.5.8 "
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Call 3356273. 10.12.7.5
10-12-19-2 392-3111 (day) or 335-4353 (apt) 10.12- yrs. Perfect' for small typesetting jobs.
2 1 month-old mountain bikes: A Nlshlkl
Good machine for small
type shop. System
LUXURY CONDO In SW 2BR, 2 1/2 BA, Sublease 1 bdr/1 ba apt, close to cam- LAKEWOOD- need n/s roommate to Includes 3 rolls 8 In. RC film & 6 font Pueblo $300 obo ft a Hard-Rock $300
pool, hook-ups, cent air, ceiling fans pus, safe area, $245/month, no deposit. share 3/2 flat. Irg. scenic patio. disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at firm both with u-locks Call 377-1366
close to campus. 372-3060 Call 335-3864 alter 1 pm. 10.8-4.4 Wash/dry./ Spacious. Feel safeprotection leave message. 10-8-5-6
373-9926 for Info.
more _
KEY MANAGEMENT 10-8-6-2 dog. call Kathy 335.8477. 10-11-5-5

. 1 bdrm furnished apt. in Pine Rush Bik- GUITAR AMP
NS F to share Ig 3/2 house NW. C HA.P Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
ing distance from UFo $200/mo. lease
**Apartment near Shandi recently renovated brands are all at New Location! Peavy Bandit 65. Clean sound, plenty
our Car
2 (orig $279)) 3 mo. lease 8. hat a/c. Must refer grad atu/professlonal. NP. loud
bedroom private backyard, 1st Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- n.ver. problem.. $165Call Bill at
leasel Call 334-8748 Ive. $225/mo + util ,
or
month + damage deposit. Call 336-4575 message.Sublet 2070. 12-14-76-6 338-1729. 10-8-4-8
or 3722959., 10-9-5-2 Ruthe/Jeff 373-7210 eves/wkends. 10- _
1 bedroom apt. 750 share feet 11-5-5 Queen size WATERBED with bookshelf
Crlmeatopper Car Alarms K-40
Available br near UF until July 1991. $329/mo./ Archer Radar headboard, BLACK MICA. $190 obo
Woods. Call 3731571. 10-15-7-4 M/F wanted for own furn room In 3 br 3 ba Detector, Infinity Sanaul, Sony,
Cent. a&h, water sewer paid $260/mo 3717421. 10956DORM
poolslde condo, wash/dry micro, convenient Orion, Bazooka, Nome or Car Ster.o.W. _
1605 SW 42nd St
Call 1-486-4047 after 00pm: 2 br1 1/2 bath condo In SW, avail. to UF. Must be neat, studious, but Beat All Prices 373-3784. 12-14-76- SIZE FRIDGE

10-10-10-2 mid-October, 2 weeks free rent, no deposit 'fun. $1flO/mo (negotiable), call Bob 336- 8 large, ((3.6 cubic feet) .

Win biking distance of UF, carpet, 4015 leave message 10-9-3-5 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus PERFECT condition

2 Bdrm, 1 bath central ac/heat, Quiet NW blinds cent H4A, pool, laundry fac. avail. Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL,Offering Toshiba: $150 call 3361894. 10-8-4-6
call for details 3355230. 10-11-5-4 Female Roommate Needed Now _
Neighborhood $400/mo 937 NW 25 Ave, Crunch Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar;
O75-1959. 10-10-5-2 Spyglass Waveless waterbld, loaded $250
125 NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 12-14-76-6
Furnished one-bdrm apt one blk from UF Call 335-4818 Ghana racing bike, 21 1/2 It wt., $225
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Call 373FIND. at Casablanca W, $210 mo + 1/3 Foigate Pro Hi*speakers $350 obo digital !.
Beautiful Pool utilities, Included. Call John WE ARE CHEAPER .
2 bedroom bath apt wa/dry 336- Pioneer eq. $1 15 obo, S'11' Gee surfboard -
SECURITY SYSTEM In this 2BR duplex Jacuzzi, welghtroom, club house.. $440. 4288. 10-11-5-5, 12-14-70-6 -'} $100, 8'4 Autrey & Natural Art

of| 20 Ave. Fenced yard large pantry Call Diane (Iv., mea) 3757285. Room I $75/ea. 373-9883 Doug 10-9-5-8
cent air, pets o.k. $325 372-3060 mate option 10.10.44WINDMEADOWSI F, n/s, Roommate Wanted; Historic MICRO/CENTER/ Computers 376-1146

KEY MANAGEMENT 10-7-5-2 Home, Wood Floors, ceiling fans, Editor's choice Hewlett Packard CAR ALARMS Installed remote control

Sublease a large 1 $180/mo. + 112'ultlllt./ 371-7747.. 10- Northgate M/C Prices lower than any Far truck or van fully guaranteed will

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ridden twice. New U-lock goes with It. papuan chair, + more, $60 each. Call Pearl bats pedals and pin strip heads.Includes $150Cyclinghel-$20 window, cruise, sunroof, stereo canette.
$275 Call Ken at 3351421. 10-8-4-6 332-2457. 10.9.4.8 all hard $450 Call Chris
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335-5860. 10-11-5-6 6389 Ive 10-8-10-9
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Surfboards 6'4" 1 wk old $190, 6'8" $160, RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable
remnants NEC Laptop, 20M, 3 1/2 drive,
75 O'Neill full carry
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for dorm CUSTOM COMPUTERS
your or apartment. We 1981 VWCabriol.t Red with white top/int./
O'Neill spring $40 Alpine eq new $100, deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 286-12 w/1 meg ram, graphics monitor, case FX1050, btttery wide, ,extensive external business RGB, Epson iolt- A/C Sip Sony/Yamaha Audio Excellent
Mark 373-9883. 10.10.5.8tPRODIGY 3775265. 6 blocks E, of campus. 10. 40 meg hard drive, 1 yr on-site $925 others ware. Call 813-885-9416. 10-12-5-8 Cond. $3500 obo Call Matt 3753317.
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Int lnmiclmKnnulS! Zenith Supersportz86 w40 MB, 2400bps rugs desk bikes stereo lamps $150 call Sarah. 10-12-5-6 4-tpeed am/lm cassette, low
Internal modem co-processor $2495 obo 372-9718 430 NW 15. trombone variety miles, runs great. $4500 or beat offer.
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10-12-10-6 FLY TO DENVER MOUNTAIN BIKE 4 tale specialized 7 REAL ESTATEHome Need money, have to sell my baby. Red
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GUITARS Ovation 12-itrlng w// cau. $150 one way OBO slick tire priced to sell $260 Cory 332- for sale? Land for sale? Bu era' awesome stereo lyitem. $2500 obo.
$250 obo; Waihburn cutaway 6-atrlng w/ call 374-8957 evenings 5925. 10-12-5-6 Market? Don't let an opportunity to tell Call 3749575. 10.15.5.9
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$125 Eric 373-2295. 10-10-5-8 29 gal Aquarium complete w/ under lifledi offer you the cheapen way to '84 Red Renault Encore: auto, AM/FM
SOFA FOR SALE. piece, mauve, excellent gravel filter power filter hood Hand & Fish keep your real estate In the public eye. stereo, low mileage. MUST SELL) minor
DRUM SET for tale." Good Starter Set. condition $75 Call 373-0296 anytime $125 obo Alto 10 gal w/ tame Call 332- Where else can you keep your property In problem Beat offer take It. 336-1379.
150.00. Call 3713778. 10-10-5-6 leave message. 10.10.4.8 5266 ask Jim. 10-10-3-6 the market for as little as four dollars a 10-8-4-9

day? To make It even easier, you can
ATB brand new Schwinn "Hlghplalns 21 CANNONDALE 53cm, Shlmano 105 Excellent Trek 400 road bike for tale. place your ad over the phone; all you 1981 Ford Granada 4 dr, auto, a/c, carburetor .
gears-rapid lire shifting gel seat excel comp, aero bar + original, 3.0 frame Hardly ever uted. Great condition. need la a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call rebuilt, need valve job, mil runt OK,
cond. with Warranty $230 obo. 371- excel cond. trip computer. All for 550 Shlmano compon. $350 o B.b. call 375- 373-FIND today to place your ad. $375, obo. 3368121 after 5 pm. 10-10-
8281. 10-8-3-6 obo. 338.7654 or 338.1472 leave mess 0219 today. 10-12-5-6 5-9
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locks, lean, wondows, a/c, auto wht URGENTLY need 2 tickets to the Florida Want to make a quick $100? Sell me 4 720 NW 23rd Avenue
ext/blue Int Exc cond- must sell $5750 Tennessee game. Please call 338- Auburn tlxl' Desperately neededl Will 377-5055
obo 3345053. 10-10-5 0444, ask for Doug Dean. ,10-8-4-10 negotiate! 3720723. 10-10-3-10 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM ,lessons ABORTION. (To 24 Wks))
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WANTED Urgent Volvo 2dr GLT 1984 or NEED 4 AUBURN TIXFor hay rides parties sales working Gynecology Services
84 Mazda RX-7 GS. a/c am/fm cas*. thereabouts for half hr photograph Will Students' accepted. 466-3224, 3758080. 12-14-75-11 I
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1978 PORSHE 924 sunroof 4 speed top $$$. Call 335-2320 anytime, Leave Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. 7485. 12-14-75-11
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Stereo $1800.00 462-2381 days 375- Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave Llc/lns./ Priced for Students! Marty 375- Hunter Showbarn now accepting stu
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Prefer' 4 Call 371-9631
exc cond, $1750. Call Smitty at, together. Close to UF, Convenient
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TWO GATOR GROWL TICKETS- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.1771 Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Ft
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Cross country teams finish 2nd and 3rd in meets I IThe


UF men's and women's cross country Paul Short Invitational in Bethlehem, Pa. UF was Suzanne Hughes, who had 18 kills in the opening rounds,but fell to No. 4 seed
teams finished second and third respectively Senior Wendy Frazier led UF runners for the weekend, and freshman Nikki Vogt, David Wolf of Georgia 6-4,6-4 Sunday.
Saturday.The with a fifth-place finish and personalbesttime who had six kills and 15 digs against Geor Meanwhile
Doug Proudian beat Middle
men's cross country team ran at the of 17:16: on the 5,000-meter()()( course. gia.
Florida State Invitational finishing just Sophomore Coralena Velsen placed 12th WOMEN'S GOLF Tennessee State's David Thornton andMississippi's
three points behind 18th-ranked South Alabama and Ken McKenzie, but fell to
Marny finished
Westphal 14th.
The 11th ranked UF women's team Andre
golf Batie the
with 64 points in the 13-team field. tournament's top seed,4-6,
VOLLEYBALLThe finished sixth Sunday at the Lady Buckeye 6-3, 62.
UF volleyball team once again was Inviational in Columbus, Ohio. The team
unable to maintain its intensity for an entire finished 27 strokes behind winner San Jose UF's David Blair, Gary Finnegan and Jim
THE match losing twice this weekend in the State, the No. 2 ranked team in the nation. Spencer all won in early rounds, but lost inSaturday's
action, while Bruce Haddad. the
ROUNDUP Georgia Invitational Tournament. Individually, Julie Foster led the Gators
No. 7 seed,lost in the opening round Friday.
In Friday's match against Duke, the Ga with a three-day total of 231 to tie for 12th.
Sophomore Mike Mykytok's second consecutive tors played tough in splitting the first two Suzy Strock tied for 29th with 237 Paula UF doubles faired slightly better.
runner-up finish led UF with a time games 12-15 and 1513.But then the bottom Gorman tied for 32nd with 238,Laura Brown For being the tournament's No. 1 seeded
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Dan Middleman placed third overall with a easy 7-15,3-15 wins to take the match. Vinieratos tied for 44th with 242. Mager received a bye in the first round.The
time of 24:24.: UF played conference rival Georgia in the MEN'S TENNIS team then defeated South Alabama'!
Other Gators finishers included Mike Le- tournament's consolation match Saturday, Two UF men advanced to the quarterfinals Trevino/Rosene 6-4,6-3 and ShaffnerFerrgof
Valle ((14th), Chris Wilson ((17th) and Pat with the Bulldogs winning in five games of the Southern Collegiate tennis tournament the University of Alabama at Birmingham
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personal-best times from its top three runners the two matches and was named to the UF captain Jeff Mager defeated Duke's Laroze, Jeff Moriarty and Mike Schultz con-
en route to a third-place showing at the All-Tournament team. Also playing well for Jason Rayman and Mississippi's Jack Adams tributed to this re ort.SAPP'S.

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Hey offense 1 Fee-rocious defense tames TigersBy


words to offer Kinchen. Once, while the "Our special teams lost this game for us,"
don't drink GREGG DOYEL referees were looking the other way in the Archer said.
Staff Writer
Alligator first quarter, Bartley head-butted Kinchen The special teams may not have been the
UF linebacker Fee Bartley, hands on following an LSU running play. Tigers' only culprit in their 34-8 loss to UF,
hips, looked down at the Southeastern All in a day's work, Kinchen said. but the two punting team lapses did put LSU
the waterAfter Conference's leading receiver and laughed. "Well,when I wake up tomorrow I'll knowI in a rather spacious hole in the first half,
Bartley and Louisiana State's Todd I was in a football game,"said Kinchen,who Archer said.
Kinchen had just met on the Tigers'37yardline. caught six passes for 73 yards."I got abused And if the punting team wasn't missing a
compiling some secret research be- Bartley got up. Kinchen didn't. pretty much out there." block here and there, the tailback was
fore UF's 34-8 victory over Louisiana State, The 6-foot,192-pound flanker lay motion- So did the rest of the team. And nobodymore coughing up the ball. Or the quarterbackwas
the reasons for the Gators' offensive enigmathis less for almost two minutes before trudgingoff so than Brian Griffith. tossing an interception.
season became startlingly clear. the field. The LSU punter had one punt blocked in Always, something went wrong for LSU.

When Steve Spurrier isn't coaching or The encounter wasn't the first,or the last, the first quarter and bobbled away another UF's first touchdown was set up by a
talking about how safe the grass is at Florida between Bartley and Kinchen, fourth in the attempt in the second period. Both mistakesled Harvey Williams fumble on the Tigers' 12-
Field, he's secretly tinkering with the bever- country in receiving yardage. Bartley ter- to UF touchdowns as the Gators openedup yard line. UF defensive end Mark Murray
age machines at the Yon Hall cafeteria. rorized Kinchen all)] night long. Bartley, a a 20-2 first-half lead.It knocked the ball out, and Dexter Smith
iii 6-foot-3, 211-pound junior had a word or wasn't hard for Louisiana State coach recovered on LSlTs 5-yard line.
-Alex Marvez three for Kinchen throughout the contest. Mike Archer to put his finger directly on UF fullback Dexter McNabb scored on
And, sometimes, Bartley had more than the Tigers' problem Saturday night. the next play.
THREE

COUNTEvery I Gators give LSU 'special' nightmareBy

offensive player who decides to
down some water with their 19-course meal SHARON GINN "The breakdowns on the spe- In the second quarter, Grif- pened."
secretly imbibes a formula that causes a Alligator Staff Writer cial teams hurt us," LSU coach fith again had trouble punting LSU's special teams also
concentration lapse on every other offensive Mike Archer said. "We're just when UF linebacker Tim Paulk made good things happen, but
Louisiana State's special not good enough right now to put on the pressure. not enough to erase their first-
play.This teams can take the blame for a come back against a team the The ball never left Griffith's half mistakes.
way, the Gators will appear to depend lot of mistakes in UFs 34-8 win caliber of Florida." foot. Instead,it was dropped and When Gators kicker Arden
heavily on their defense to lure top-10 oppo- over the Tigers, but they also The Gators took advantage of recovered by Gators defensiveend Czyzewski attempted the extra
nents into a false sense of security. Accord- can be credited with keepingthe those breakdowns in the first Darren Mickell)] at LStTs point after a touchdown by UF
ing to a high-ranking cafeteria source who game from being an even half. UF scored in the first quar- 17-yard line. fullback Dexter McNabb,it was
was not wearing a hair net, Spurrier will bigger blowout. ter when Odom found a hole in Two minutes and 41 seconds blocked by Tigers nose gwd$
remove the formula for this Saturday's game LSU's line and knocked down Scott Wharton. '
The Gators blocked their later, a 13-yard Matthews passto
against Tennessee effects. and hope there are no third punt of the season and Griffith's punt. James Speer re- wide receiver Ernie Mills LSU cornerback Wayne Williams
lingering caused LSU punter Brian Grif- covered for UF. gave the Gators their third picked up the ball and ran
!Sounds: far-fetched? Well)], the theory fith to fumble another Saturday, "I just got a good jump on the touchdown and an 18-point lead. it into the end zone for a defen-
makes as much sense as any other reason setting up two easy touchdownsfor ball," Odom said. "It was clearso Odom said the Gators had sive extra;, point, making the
one could come up with for why UFs offenses UFs offense. I just took it right off the guy's been preparing all week for a score 6-2.
been so erratic this season. Ironically)] LSU special teams foot. chance to make those plays. And the Tigers' special teams
also got all eight of the Tigers The turnover set up a three- "We decided that was the way scored six more points after the
LSU out gained the Gators in yardage,
points, which came from two play scoring drive that ended in we were going to attack them," UF's defense refused to let LSU
325-324and limited UF to 172 yards throughthe
field goals and a defensive extra a 10-yard touchdown pass from Odom said. "The coaches did a see the end zone. Pedro Suarez
first three quarters. Were it not for two
LSU punting goofs and a fumble deep in its point,which is worth two points. quarterback Shane Matthews to great job scouting (the Tigers' nailed a 30-yard field goal in the
own territory that led to 20 UF points, the But those points were not tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick,mak- special teams). We executed second quarter and a 23-yard
enough to stop the Gators. ing the score 13-2. well and some good things hap- attempt in the third.
Gators could very well)] have fallen)] from the
ranks of the undefeated.

Entering this season, UF's defense was ,
expected to be among the best in the nation. e,rrJ eV a
And through the first five games, the unit
has yet to disappoint.But .

the defense has gone beyond just
shutting down opponents. They have exhib-
ited patience with their offensive teammatesand
make a big play each game that sparksthe
Gators' offense.

"We take a lot of pride in our defense,"
defensive back Richard Fain said. "If it takes 4 4t
four quarters holding people until we get a
touchdown, that's what we have to do.We're
prepared for that for the rest of the season."

It may not take that long for the Gators
offense to get on track. UF gained 152 yardsin
the fourth quarter against LSU and scored
two touchdowns. The big question is
whether the Gators can maintain consis-
tency throughout a ball game.

"We're not as good offensively as I hoped t
we'd be right now,but we're not all that bad," H
Spurrier said. "We're not as bad as a lot of
.people have been saying.There are probably
a lot of other teams who would like to have
the problems we're having."

Those problems have ranged from erratic
afiarterbacking to problems on shortyardage -
plays. But the way UF puts between 25- 4
30 points on the board each game is a
testament to Spurrier's offense.If .

the Gators can kick its offense into
high-gear against Tennessee, talk of a naJjpnal -
championship would not be idle chat- ADRIAN DENNIS
'ter. But if it doesn't, dreams of an undefeated UFs defense swarms on a loose ball; after linebacker Jerry Odom,57, blocks a first-quarter punt.. James Spear, SS, recovered
I season will remain just that. the blocked kick and UF scored t one play later.



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MONDAY OCTOBER 8.,itoo.'ALtiCAroiU9


I UF offense answers late-game wake-up call I



By MIKE SCHULTZ The fourth quarter stats for the Gators
Alligator Writer almost equaled the team's production for the
first three quarters of the Shane Matthews
game.
For three quarters Saturday, the UF offense
was 4-4 passing for the
quarter for 64
seemed to be sleep walking.It .
yards, and the total yardage of 161 was only
wasn't the same team that had passedfor
two yards shy of equaling the third quarter
record yardage and averaged 480 yardsof totals.
offense in its first four games.
Through thfee quarters, the Gators had Matthews credited the offensive line with
attempted only 18 passes for 93 yards and the turnaround."I .

had amassed the paltry total of just 163 think our offensive line took control of

yards.It them in the fourth quarter," Matthews said.
couldn't possibly have been the same They just gave me time, and I found the r
club that had averaged 41 attempts and 327 open guys." r "tif

yards through the air in winning its first four Matthews
agreed with Spurrier that the
games. important thing for the offense was that it
Air Spurrier seemed grounded in fog.
a took advantage of opportunities. warasarr.rr
The Gators offense did open its eyes long
enough to convert three LSU turnovers into "When our defense gives us the ball in
touchdowns. It had to move the ball a total great field position we need to score," Mat-
of only 40 yards to put 20 points on the thews said. "We did do that tonight, that's
Scoreboard.But one good thing. We scored every time they ,

then it was back to sleep. gave us the ball in great field position." r ++, r;

The best thing UF head coach Steve Spur But Kirk Kirkpatrick, who had five
rier could say about the offense for its per catches for 87 yards and a touchdown, said a eS,
formance for three quarters of the game was the offense still has a long way to go.

that it didn't mess up. "We need to get a lot better,"said the tight
"Our defense set up for us tremendouslywell end. "We need to get where our defense is
in the first half with all three of the playing. Our defense is playing incredible

touchdowns inside the 20," Spurrier said. week in and week out, and hopefully we'll
"But fortunately our offensive guys did not get better too."
mess those up. We messed up in the middleof
the field but every time we got down in For the first time this season the Gators
the scoring zone we scored." gained more yardage on the ground than
.Ootside the scoring zone the Gatorscouldn't they did through the air. UF running backs
do much, but Spurrier said he was had 167 yards while Matthews threw for 157.
happy the offense took advantage of the Errict Rhett rushed for 105 yards on 15 ..tllf.
opportunities the defense gave it. carries, passing 100 yards for the second w
.
That said. week in a row.
was encouraging: Spurrier
"We got 20 points and we hadn't hardly done While Spurrier's offenses have always re-
anything in the first half. That was a big lied more on the pass, he wasn't unhappywith
bonus for me, our offense and all of us." the rushing advantage Saturday.

By the end of the third quarter the score "We're not just an all out passing team,"
was the only category UF led. Spurrier said. "We're shooting for balance.
LSU had more yards ((266-163)), more We're trying to do whatever it takes to win."
rushing yards ((84-70)), more passing yards
( and Matthews agreed that it's winning that
(182-93)) more first downs ((14-9))
In the fourth quarter the Gators offense counts not statistics.

finally got its wake up call. UF moved the "I'm happy that the running backs got to ADRIAN DENNIS
ball on two long drives of 73 and 74 yardsfor run the ball a lot tonight," Matthews said. UF tailback Errict Rhett rushed for 105 yards Saturday,marking the second straight
14 more points putting the game out of "It doesn't matter if we throw the ball zero game the freshman has rushed for over 100 yards. Rhett now has 445 yards In five I

reach. times, as long as we get a victory." games. ,


I Good guys. wear black Saturday night: against LSU II

...., ., .. -
First it was a new grass field seniors voted early this week to surpassed the number of touch- quarter on the Tigers' 1-yard line, ble on the 18-yard line, resultingin
den) it was new blue and white wear the shoes for the remainderof down passes the Gators had all of ending an LSU scoring drive. a 13-yard touchdown pass to
uniforms. Now because of the the season. last season ((10)). Defensive extra point? Ernie Mills.
NCAA's ruling that bans UF from a Fain loves LSU For the first time since the rule's Cornerback Jimmy Spencer has
bowl game this season Steve Ask cornerback Richard Fain' inception in 1989, a blocked UFs other two blocked kicks.

Spurrier's team has added a new NOTEBOOKMatthews what his favorite team to play Gators'extra-point attempt was re- TD reception ends streak
twist to the Gator look. against is and he's sure to say turned for a defensive two-point Kirkpatrick's touchdown rece&
Black Louisiana State. conversion. tion, the third of the season for the
shoes.
Louisiana State cornerback UF tight end, ended LSU's streakof
UF played Saturday night's tops '89 TD total Fain, a senior at UF has nine Wayne Williams scooped up the 14 consecutive quarters without
game against Louisiana State wearing UF quarterback Shane career interceptions and five of blocked kick and returned it 63 allowing a UF touchdown pass.
black shoes as a silent form of Matthews' three touchdown them are against the Tigers. Fain yards for the touchdown. Tigers The Gators last scored on a touch-
protest to the NCAA. The team's passes Saturday (Nos.9,10 and 11)) picked off No. 9 in the second nose guard Scott Wharton blocked down pass against LSU in 1986
Arden Czyzewski's extra-point attempt when Kerwin Bell hit Anthony Wil-
in the first quarter. The ,liams for an 8-yard score.
Gators 34, Tigers 8 NCAA designated the play as a Tre's back
'defensive "extra point" in 1989. Wide receiver Tre Everett, a
Louisiana state 2 S S 0 0 Time of Possession 33:41: 26:10: LOUISIANA STATE STATISTICS
UP 13 7 0 14-34 Rushing An Net TD La Block that kick starter in the Gators first thre*
SCORING SUMMARY UF STATISTICS H. Williams 10 20 0 5 UF blocked its third punt of the games, returned to action in the
Beckh.m 7 27 0 10
OF LSU-_McNlbb defensive 5 run extra(kick point blocked) Rushing An Net TD Lg Loup 8 27 0 10 season in the first quarter of second quarter of Saturday'sgame.
uF klrllpalrlck 10 pass from Matthews Rhen 15 105 0 49 Windom s26 0 2 Saturday's game as linebacker Everett cracked a rib in
tCzyzewkl kick McClendon 0 41 1 10 D. Williams 2 11 0 aOF
Mill 13 ) from Matthews McNabb 3 12 1 8 G. Williams 'I 3 0 3 Jerry Odom blocked a punt by UF's 27-3 victory over Furman two
(IC ZYZIlWlId kick pass) Matthews 0 4 0 10 Pope 1 2 0 2 Brian Griffith. UF which also hasa weeks ago and was expected to

LLSU -- FG FG Suarez Sua.z, 23 30 Totals W.bber..n'. J7 1a7 5 2 0 41 5 Totals Griffith 17 111 14 0 0.1USU 10 blocked field goal to its credit, miss anywhere from two to-'s *.'
Millis 7 put from Matthews Passing' An Cmp Int Ydl TDCZYZIWIId scored three plays later on a 10- weeks.
( kick) Passing. An Cmp IndYde, TD Loup 44 22 1 232 0 yard pass from Matthews to tight Vols are next
Totals 44 22 1 232 0kick
UFMcCendon 22'2' 157 3
) 10 run (CzyzlWlkI Totals Mallhewl 225 0 1 129 0 Rlvlng No Ydl TD Lq, end Kirk Kirkpatrick.The UF will return to national televi-
L Carter ; ;: g Gators almost blocked an- sion next week as the Gators travelto
1 s
20 Ydl ''TD Kinchen 38RwhesYards
No
First"
Down
S7-14 37.87 Kirkpatrick 5'7' 41 D Williams 3"5 0 8 other punt as linebacker Paulk No. 6 Tennessee. ESPN also will
Passing. 230 157 Mills 3 27 2 13 Wahlngllln 2 34 0 27 rushed In on Griffith untouched, televise that game, the Gators'
CompoAIWnI.). 22...-' 12-22.0.0 Barber McN.bb: 3 1 27 1. 0 0 18 II Bishop Pope 1 1 1 a 0 0 9Fummes.Loss aP411141111114Yards but Griffith fumbled the ball while fourth nationally televised gamesthis
... 5-40 14-2 13-105 TOIIII 12 117 I 42 Totals. 22 232 0 18 trying to avoid the block. UFs season. Kckoff is set for 7:30:
Darren Mickell recovered the fum p.m.I .



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ALLIGATOR,MONDAY,OCTOBERS, 1990

F .46 SPORTSI






Gators thump LSU, remain unbeaten at 5-0 I



they'll have my vote for the best team in the
By GREGG DOYEL
conference,"Archer said."But we gave them
Alligator Staff Writer "
this game.
UF's electrifying offense fizzled Saturday LSU outgained the Gators 325 to 324, ran
against Louisiana State. 21 more plays on offense and held a seven-
But it didn't matter. minute advantage in time of possession.But
Shane Matthews passed for only 157 the Tigers couldn't score a touchdown.

yards, little more than half his average. Instead,LSU did all it could to ensure UFs
That didn't matter, either. quest for a bowl-less national championshipwould
No, on a night that saw UF's nationally survive in front of the nationallytelevised -
ranked offense take the evening off, the ESPN audience.

Gators defense worked overtime in a 34-8 The NCAA ruled UF ineligible for post k
Southeastern Conference victory against season play last week.
LSU before the fourth-largest crowd in Florida During the Tigers' third series, Harvey

Field history. Williams had the ball stripped away by UF
UF blocked one Brian Griffith punt, defensive end Mark Murray. Dexter Smith
scared Griffith into botching another at- recovered the loose ball on LSU's 5-yard line.

tempt, and forced Tigers tailback Harvey UF wasted no time in capitalizing. Full- d yu1 71w + y
Williams to fumble deep in LSU territory. back Dexter McNabb scored from five yards
Each turnover set UF touchdown.The .
up a .
the
out on next play.LSU's
Gators defense bent but wouldn't
lone bright spot, nearly chilled a
break. UF 325 in total offense
yielded yards ,
celebrating crowd of 75,039, when nose
a season high, but gave up no touchdowns.
guard Scott Wharton blocked Czyzewski'sfirst
LSU of short field goals
managed just a pair
extra-point attempt.The Tigers'Wayne
and a defensive extra point when Wayne
Williams scooped up the ball and went 63
Williams returned blocked Arden
a yards for a defensive two-point conversion.
Czyzewski attempt 63 yards for two points.
with of
UF answered a couple special
"Our defense was awesome tonight, andthat's
teams rejections of its own on two of LSU'snext
what gives us a chance to compete
three T.
possessions.On
against anyone," UF coach Steve Spurriersaid. r
LSU's series UF forced the
Tigers
next
."It wasn't real pretty,but it was a good
win. to punt after four plays. Senior line-
backer Jerry Odom was on top of Griffith,
The Gators, ranked 10th by the Associ-
the fora loss to the
ated Press, had discovered a variety of ways'to smothering punt 17-yard KEVIN WISNIEWSKI
keep the yardage high and the scoring Tigers 18-yard line. UF linebacker Jerry Odom, right, ,blocks Brian Griffith's first-quarter punt In Saturday
relatively low in its previous four games,but Three plays later, Matthews found tight night's game. The Gators almost blocked another punt which would have been the
reversed that trend LSU in end Kirk Kirkpatrick all by himself at the
against ((3-2,1-2 fourth blocked punt of the season.
the SEC). 10-yard line. Kirkpatrick waltzed in for the

To say the least, the Gators ((5-0, 3-0 in touchdown,his third in the last three games. our special teams," Archer said. "Instead, quarter to set up UFs final touchdown, a
the SEC) were efficient. UF milked five LSU wasn't finished giving, though.A the special teams lost this game." 10-yard) run by Willie McClendon.

touchdowns out of 324 yards of offense, by hard-charging Tim Paulk raced at Griffith It certainly wasn't UF's passing game that Earlier, Matthews hit Mills in the end

far its least productive output this season. as he took a second-quarter snap, freez- beat the Tigers. zone for a seven- yard scoring pass. Mills'
That's where the defense and special ing the LSU punter.Griffith dropped the ball UF's passing attack had been more than two-touchdown day- the senior's first -
teams stepped in. Three turnovers set up and UF tackle Darren Mickell recovered at doubling the production of its rushing game, was set up by Kirkpatrick's career-long 42-

scoring drives of 5, 18 and 17 yards as UF the 17-yard line.Matthews but Saturday the Gators grounded out more yard reception,a short out pattern featuringa
jumped to a 20-2 lead early in the second connected with Ernie Mills in yards, 167 to 157. spin move to shake an LSU defender and
quarter. the end zone a few plays later for a 20-2 lead. Errict Rhett had 105 yards on 15 carries, .free him for 30 more yards down the side-
"Florida's a good team,and if they go 11-0 "We thought we could win this game with including 49 in one chunk in the fourth line.




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