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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 31 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1990 'NolesinAPpoll..23Coalition's


Humphrey ;

flier angers W .->"' trial begins ;

Vision PartyBy in Brevard .

Alligator WriterA By MIKE BRUSCELL
Alligator Staff Writer
flier that makes several inflammatoryclaims
against the Vision Party has enraged Edward Humphrey, a possible suspect in
party leaders and caused them to file the murders of five Gainesville college students
charges against the opposing party,but only ,will stand trial today in Melbourne on
one elections commissioner,rather than the charges of beating his grandmother.The .
usual five, will make a decision today. trial, expected to last at least through
The Elections Commission,which usually today, will begin at 9 a.m., said Gene
consists of five members and a non-voting Stevanus, executive director of the Brevard
memberand ... Public Defender's office.
chairman, now has only one active County
a chairman because the Student Honor I > ,*' Humphrey,has not been charged with
Court didn't nominate students to the com- \\'>> -, 'L ..I' "" the murders of UF students Christina Powell
mission in time. Elections Supervisor Susan \iIo Sonja Larson, Tracy Paules and Manuel
Shatzberg said she has been unable to con- I \,..\" : Taboada and Santa Fe Community College
tact the commission's other two members. .\,,)\'\ student Christa Hoyt, but was considered a
The one voting commission member will w. possible suspect early in the investigation.Police .
listen to Vision Party members discuss a ) .it"':':. will no longer comment on whether
charge they made against the Independent i' 1p Humphrey remains a possible suspect.
Coalition Monday, and will have the right to Dick Gerard, a spokesman for the state
impose a fine up to $50 if the coalition is task force investigating the murders, said
found guilty. r I4Taking the pool of suspects grows and shrinks dailyas
Vision charges that a coalition member the task force investigates about 5,000
distributed a deceptive flier and failed to. leads.
retrieve the fliers when he was told to. "The pool tends to be dynamic," Gerard
Former Student Sen. Charlie Grapskl,the x said. "It's fluctuating on a day-to-day basis."
coalition's legal adviser, said Vision had
is held
Humphrey being on a $1 million
distributed deceptive fliers and plans to filea bond in the Brevard County jail. He also
countercharge.The faces arrest on warrants In Indian River
coalition's flier,given out by Browardarea County for armed burglary and attempted
Senate candidate and coalition cochairman sexual battery on a woman there, and in
Shawn Crisp,makes several allegations the plungeUF NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR Gainesville for two Aug. 25 assaults at the
against the Vision Party's platform, includ- Pi Lambda Phi fraternity house.A .
ing that Vision erroneously takes credit for freshman Keely Mackarvich, a member of the UF diving team, practicesat
six-member five and
jury,including men
the O'Connell Center swimming pool.
see Violations, page 7 see Humphrey, page 4Living

Quarters .

There's nothing suite about living in a players'dorm

Q This i is the second of a five part series on UF Director of Student Life Bo Bayer said UF Housing Director James Grimm Veteran players who want a roommatelive
the advantages and disadvantages of beinga of Yon Hall, where all non-married scholar- said housing officials don't give the men's in a room slightly larger than the
UF football player. ship football players are required to live. athletic dorm special treatment. standard double.
Despite what students might think, UF "We try to keep this place on par with "What we, as well as the administrators The rooms, which are about the same
football players do not live in a palatial setting (other UF) housing." at Yon Hall, try to do is keep the policies size as most other dorms, have beds,
complete with indoor hoUtubs and a But some students assume the football as well as the quality of life similar to desks, closets, a cable-television hookup
maid service to do their laundry. players live in a plush atmosphere. other housing." Grimm said. and a telephone jack no different than
Athletes living in the men's athletic dor- "From what I understand, the rooms Normally, two players share a room the average campus dorm.
matory have community bathrooms, typi- are larger," said UF sophomore Charles that more closely resembles a dorm room "It's adequate," UF defensive lineman
cal laundry machines that require Binko, who lived in Fletcher Hall last in Hume Hall than India's 450-year-old Brad Culpepper said. "My sister lives in
quarters and an 11 p.m. curfew every year "I would guess it's a lot bigger, prob- mausoleum. Beaty"Towers, and I think they're a little
night except Saturday, ably twice the size of a regular dorm Fourth and fifth-year players usually are nicer.
"I think the public perception of this room, which means three times the size given the opportunity to move into a sin See Housing page 10
place is that it's a Taj Mahal-type thing," of Fletcher" gle that is smaller than the other rooms.

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I Parties define platforms as SG elections near I


By CARRIE SEGAL including the parties' platform goals. vices like police and ambulance services," said the party also wants to publish student-
Alligator Writer Nelson Miranda, president of the 32608 Miranda said. "And we want to use SG as a teacher evaluations that will list the pros and
Student Coalition, said the party is focusing vehicle to establish a relationship between cons of different classes, not just make a list
With elections just one day away,students specifically on the 32608 zip code area, law emVuTE officers of that area and of easy classes.
should expect to see some heavy-duty cam which includes the apartments students, to provide some kind of "We should be identifying quality professors -
paigning from Student Government's three along Archer Road in southwest crime watch program." ," Grapski said.
political parties. Gainesville. Waseem Zurub, chairman of Zurub said everyone in his party helped
The candidates running for Student When campaigning began, Miranda SG's newest party, the Indepen- draw up the platform, and all the students
Senate's 40 open seats haven't been doing said he wasn't going to dent Coalition, said although all of who get elected from the party will stand by f
much of anything so far, especially tackling have ideas that his party couldn'taccomplish. his platform goals are important, the party's 11 goals.
issues. And SG's Supervisor of Elections some are more urgent than others. "This is not a student body president
Susan Schatzberg said Friday the campaignhas "We have only two platform One of the most important goals forming a platform that others have to abide
goals because we know we can is getting non-political students involved "
been clean and quiet. by, Zurub said. (Student Body President)
deliver 100 percent of them," he said. in SG, Zurub said. Mike Browne compiled (the Vision Party I,
"There are no issues on the floor, she
One goal is to annex parts of the south"We want an independent Senate," he platform) himself, and he's not running in
said.But west area into the city of Gainesville. The said. "so independents have their voices the election."
the differences should come into the other goal is to start a neighborhood crime heard." Browne said he and Student Body Vice
open today when the parties start selling watch in the 32608 area. President Kevin Mayeux did create the plat- ,
their ideas to the students by distributing Former Sen. Charlie Grapski, who is
large amounts of campaign information "Annexation would provide better ser- working with the Independent Coalition, see Platform: page 8

Senate replacement bill

to be debated tonight;

and return to their senate seats in the fall.
Exceptions would include financial-aid
Alligator Writer
students, international students, students
Student senators can expect much de- with federal duties, such as ROTC, and
bate and many amendments tonight to students who aren't offered courses they.
the controversial bill that would remove need to take.

senators who leave UF for the summer, "If you have no control over the situa- I
Sen. Gloria Markus said Monday. tion, there should be an exception," she
Markus said at first she liked the bill, said. "But if you choose to leave, then It's
but after thinking about the many ways your problem."

senators would be affected, she changedher But Sen. Jill Price, a member of the
mind. Judiciary Committee that proposed the
"My main concern was financial-aid bill, said in most cases the bill would keep
students who only get it in the fall and senators from taking unnecessary leavesof
spring," she Twenty-two thousand absence and would create a better mix s
students receive financial aid at UF, and of senators.
this is sad, but most of the minorities
"The present system doesn't create fora
depend on financial aid. diverse Senate because many of the
allowed leave UF and
Senators are to
people who are being appointed aren'treally
give their seats to any replacement they interested," Price said. "Althoughthere
.choose, but this bill would require the would be exceptions where students
resignation of senators that leave. A Sen-
would have something to legiti-
ate committee would then find a perma- mately lose, the bill will be opening up
nent replacement for the open seat. "
senate to more people.
Markus, president of Volunteers for
Charlie co-chairman of the
International Student and a finan-
cial aid recipient, said only four of the 80 Independent Student Coalition, said the
bill wouldn't solve the summer replace-
student and
senators are Hispanic none
are black. If passed, she said this amend- ment problem."All 11 W
ment would only further discourage mi- this does is create a bigger prob-
norities,especially foreign students,from lem,"Grapski said. "The old system main-
participating in SG. tains the integrity of the elections

"Most foreign students visit their parents because senators are elected by the students
during the summer, because theycan't and if they have to leave, they can
afford to go home to visit their choose their own replacements most
parents on the weekends or on holidays," cases,people" who would share their same A stitch in time TENIELLE TODD

Markus said.I know it's hard for a lot of interests. Peter Martin, middle, an instructor at the Arts and Craft Center, sews a hemin
senators to understand because they have Grapski suggested that the Senate
never gone through It." could change the present system to allow the homecoming banner with the help of liberal arts junior Brendan Shortley,

Markus said she will try to amend the senators to attend meetings and serve in left and education junior Linda Hagofsky. The banner reads "University of

bill so that certain students with legiti Florida, we ought to be in pictures, Homecoming 1990."
see Senate, page 4
mate excuses can leave for the summer

I County taking measures against encephalitis outbreak .

By DEBBIE CENZIPER The disease, transmitted by mosquitoes, hire. Researchers believe the epidemic first
Staff Writer is an inflammation of the brain that causes Institute of Food and Agricultural Sci- started in Indian River County and spread
fever, headaches, muscular weakness, con- ences virologist Donald Shroyer said thereis from there.
Before the UF football team's Saturday fusion and sometimes convulsions, coma or no way to predict if the epidemic will hit Because the state had a dry season this
night battle with Louisiana State, campus death. Alachua County. Although mosquitoes live year,more mosquitoes were laying eggs and
health officials began a fight of their own Properzio said if the epidemic begins to and breed in Florida every year, including a biting, increasing their chances to pick up
protecting nighttime fans from the spread- spread even more throughout the state, additional high number in this area, they rarely cause the virus and spread it,he said. And an early
ing encephalitis epidemic. precautions will be taken, such as problems of this proportion, said Shroyer, wet spring produced large numbers of the
Although no cases of the incurable and limiting. nighttime activities when the who now is working on the epidemic in Vero hatching insects.
often deadly disease have been reported so mosquitoes strike -using more spray, and Beach. During the first week in August,mosquito
far in Alachua County, UF health officials working with the Alachua County Health The scare won't end until the weather infection rates averaged one in 200 mosquitoes -
sprayed the area around Lake Alice' Thurs Department. turns cold, and Shroyer warned that if the higher than in past epidemics, accord-
day and Friday night in preparati n for the "We'll probably get more aggressive and epidemic spreads to Alachua County, residents ing to IFAS research. The last bout of
weekend game, UF environmental health try and educate," Properzio said. "But right should limit their nighttime activity encephalitis in Florida was in Orlando 13
and safety director Bill Properzio said. now, we're not doing anything of that na- and wear protective clothing. years ago.

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professor based at Brigham and Women's Hospital in or the transplant attacking the body."
Boston, and Thomas, 70, who works at the Fred The two men were the 65th and 66th Americans to r-----------------I
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(UPI)-Iran's president was quoted lomatic ties, cut during the 198088() Iran-Iraq war. MARSH
Monday as saying he is honoring U.N. sanctions But Rafsanjani ruled out sending Iranian troops to
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page 1 witnesses, although Hlavaty has
said she does not want Humphreyto Some potential jurors Interviewed Lenses
be prosecuted. Monday opted not to pass & Frames $49 I ;
one woman, was selected Monday
on Humphrey. Willard !from 1
Humphrey, who is on medica- EXPRESS
after several hours
of interviews.
Bronson a member of the I
jury Most pain in One Hour I
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Each juror knew about the mur. depression pool, asked to be excused from the Tor less'' =EYEGLASS orw now -soy:' ,
der hospitalized at least four times be- ;
against Humphrey, trial and was excused.
but Judge Pheron Yawn Jr. cau- cause of it, was alternately quiet ... ...EXPRESS.1IY aylUllf :" M 'IW.I. Wn "SOW 1

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only Humphrey tion.He on women," Bronson said beforehe i.
his grandmother. smiled at relatives who sat left. :FREE' GLASSES:
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watching jury selection was the jury candidates made unflattering Other jury candidates, such : Buy one pair at Beg. Price, :
alleged battery victim Elna remarks about news coverage of Palm Bay school teacher Phyllis as : get the second pair or a pair :
Hlavaty. Hlavaty, 79, still bore the Humphrey, and rubbed the scars Guarino, said news accounts of : of contact lenses for FREE. :
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the same day he left Gainesville.At tremendously," George said. do it, it's pathetic, sad .what he's :
a bond reduction hearing That's because he's locked in a going through.' He's a very sick
Sept. 6, Hlavaty testified she could cell with a mattress.This is the first boy. If he did do it,he's still a very Pair
not remember what happened the time he's sat in a chair."I sick boy." .:Any Complete ;

night she was attacked. question whether he's even of EyeglassesEYEGLASS

Assistant State Attorney Phil cognizant of.what's going on.; He United Press International contributed '
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By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI such as racism, rape and student the murders of UF students Chris- helpful,"she said."We're not man-
Alligator WriterA activism, she said. tina Powell,Sonja Larson,Manuel ufacturing something, we're re-
r0Noo "The show is not going to be Taboada and Tracy Paules and porting it."
Santa Fe Community College negative," Steinberg said. "We're SFCC student Christa Leigh Hoyt.
d student will represent Gainesvilleon going to look at some of the things "Not only is it exciting,but I wantto Officials said that publicity about
the television talk show "Ger- students are interested in." go to represent Gainesville. We the murders Is not necessarily badif
4011O aldo,"according to a producer for Steinberg declined to commenton need to show that we're willing to it does not spread rumors.
the show,but promises not to sen- why a UF student was not cho- stick together," Allan said. "If he
\GKeSbv sationalize the murders of five col- (Geraldo) is going to make the "If the person (on Geraldo) is
g s lege students. sen.The show will be taped Tuesdayat show about sex,violence. then speaking responsibly and not per-
..dF Kristen Allan,a sophomore,will the University of Hartford in I'm going to be very disappointed." petuating rumors and making judg-
appear on a segment about college Connecticut and is scheduled for Steinberg said the show is meantto ments, then it could be a positive
campuses, senior producer Gail broadcast on Oct. 29,she said. inform the public and not to thing," said Lt. Sadie Darnell,
Steinberg said. Allan, 19, will talk Allan said she is excited to rep- exploit the Gainesville murders."I Gainesville police spokeswoman."It's .
about campus safety, while other resent the Gainesville communityand think that making people real good to focus on how the
students will discuss various Issues hopes Rivera will not exploit aware of what's going on is always community has come together."



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Going home for the summer. Almost everyone's done

J it. After all, who wants to stay on campus every summer
' until they graduate?

No one. But there is a select group of students that we or iO"0 0

believe should stay on campus at least one summer ILL ACl4UP C o o
1 student senators.

Each fall and spring, students elect 40 senators to fill
the 80-member Senate. Those students are in charge of

spending Student Government's $4.5 million budget and

doling that money out to various student groups. "to ... .
Sounds good. Students spending student money. But ,

the biggest problem with Student Senate is that senators

have what is called a summer replacement process!. IMq,

What it boils down to is that a senator can leave''UF for Nobody K.s been C4uHh.. .lh sill\ u ssfe.Peopl) twK" ? its, ouftf. Pie, +!t e keep locked up.r4 toft.

the summer and get a boyfriend or girlfriend or room-

mate to take their place. At the end of the summer, sena-

tors can return and reclaim their seats.
Universities should control
You didn't elect that senator's significant other to moneyBesides
spend But that's what happens. -
your money. the annoying little hut people that walk
Senate is considering a bill that would remove senators around campus all day ticketing cars, there is one very -> Alan Levine
who choose to give up their seats for the summer, and serious problem on our campus. It is our financial aid CONSIDER
keep them from returning to the seat in the fall. program. Even more serious is the lack of concern THISmuch

Needless to say, it's a controversial bill because sena- that our state seems to have toward the problem. that there was not enough money for students.
tors are discussing whether they will lose their jobs when Last month, many students arrived in Gainesville Yet these problems seem to occur when there is an
next rolls around. only to find that the financial aid money they had been error made at the state level Now I ask the questionof
May guaranteed was no longer available to them. This who is incapable of handling financial aid dollars.I
The bill has passed one reading, and will go for its sec- problem did not originate at UF; it originated in the think the answer is perfectly clear.

ond at tonight's Senate meeting. Each bill must be ap- bureaucratic mess we call Tallahassee.The Also, by cutting back on the bureaucracy of state
proved twice before it becomes student body law. Florida Students Assistant's Grant program is control, UFs financial aid office could run more
We hope senators consider this bill's merit and the currently administered by the Department of Educa- smoothly. Students could get their requests for aid
statement it makes to students that Senate is deter- tion for each of the state universities. This program processed faster and with less errors.
should not be handled at the state level By decentralizing
Another with financial aid is Florida's lack
mined to act responsibly. After all, U.S. senators don'tsend
the control of these dollars and allowing each
of foresight when it comes to education. The average
their spouses to work for them a couple of monthsout university to process its own requests for aid, we can yearly cost for education in Florida has risen approximately
of the year. avoid disasters like what happened this fall. 35 percent since 1983,while available financialaid
We've griped about the summer replacement process A statewide task force was developed last year to has consistently dropped. The state is reducing
for years, and for one reason in particular: senators usu- look into the feasibility of this concept and into the accessibility to our university system for middle-to-low<
ally don't approve the budget before summer, and their overall problem of financial aid.Additionally,the Audi income students and making our education system
tor General's office is conducting its own study. If the more elite.It is one thing to edge students out because
roommates end finishing a project they know nothing
up Auditor General's office endorses this the
concept, they cannot meet our high academic standards, but it
about. task force can pursue the idea of decentralization.The is a sorry story to edge out qualified students because
Under this system, a senate committee would find a only problem is that despite the endorsementof they cannot afford a state university.I .
permanent replacement for the seat, someone who actually the Post Secondary Education Planning Commis- am a firm believer that the best form of financialaid
cares about representing the students in that area. sion and eight out of nine financial aid directors, the is low tuition.Our state does not accept that notion.
This bill does have a few problems, though. Some stu- idea of decentralization will hit a dead end at the DOE's What the impetus for their erratic educational plan is,
front door. The DOE does not feel state universitiescan I do not know.What I do know is that Florida's financialaid
dents are unable to stay for financial reasons and we'dhate handle their own share of financial aid
money. and our
program is not living up to its purpose,
to see someone thrown out of Senate because they Based on a survey by the Auditor General's officeof elected state officials continue fumbling on a long-term
can't afford to live here in the summer. the financial aid directors (a survey which allowed plan for the growth of our educational system. These
We hope senators consider adding an amendment to each director only 24-48 hours to answer, thus not two programs make for a horrible marriage, and this
this that would provide a loophole for students who haveto being able to supply accurate or adequate information), fall's financial aid fiasco could be the beginning of a
leave for financial reasons. the Auditor General will say "No," and the issue will lot more tragedies to come.
remain unsolved.I .
Y We this bill and show Alan Levine is in the MBA program in hospital
to to finally
cannot remember when UFs financial aid office, administration, and a former UF Student Body Treas-
students that SG's elected officials want to take their responsibilities based on their own miscalculations, screwed up so urer.
seriously.alUgator. .lUll I DU "WI 1'.1111.EDITOR: : .

1f Not is you can imagine, anti-American overseas? Can we allow soldiers
everyone sentiment became extremely high, and civilians to die over the mighty
behind US troopsEditor and rightly so. dollar?
Jordan has been turned
Editor : I am writing in response to down by the chaos caused by ourcountry's 'I I personally do not want to see
A. Plunkett Mark Raines'! Oct 3 column which involvement in the Per- my friends die for Exxon. I do sym
Judy claims that UF is 100 be- pathize with the soldiers in Saudi
j percent sian Gulf. After the United Nations
Managing Editor Opinions Editor hind the troops in Saudi Arabia. economic sanctions Arabia because they, like the rest
1 M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier This statement is not valid by any President Bush sent were U.S.passed troops, of the American public, are victimsof
stretch of the imagination. 'over within one week. a political game that will cost us
Letters Policy much than $38 a barrel.
I in more
was studying this
Letters to the editor should' not exceed 200 word (about one frty-lO page) They should be Jordan past Has it crossed anyone's mind
typed, double-tpaced ind tlfned. They should Include e typed name address and telephone summer when Iraq invaded Kuwait that Bush is trying to divert atten-
4 number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows' Just cause. If you have any questions call and when the first U.S. troops began tion Sandra Samaan
)the editorial Pile editor at 3764454. away from our economic woesat
to arrive in Saudi Arabia. As home by creating new problems 4LS



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Secretary of Education education, stressing quality education for
Cavazos is the featured speaker at all students and making American education
day's invitation-only inaugural everyone's responsibility. He has initiated
Produced ty UF information and Publications Services 355 honoring UF President John at LAURO programs to combat drug and
T gen Hall and paid for at usual advertiSing rates to com Cavazos was appointed by former CAVAZOS alcohol abuse and is a strong advocate of
muncate ottcal notices and information to
students(acuity and start Call 392 important 0166 tor information dent Ronald Reagan and was Appointed To parent involvement in education.
by President George Bush. Cabinet Post In 1984 President Reagan presentedhim
Cavazos holds bachelor's and In 1988 with the award for Outstanding
degrees from in Texas Tech University in.'I' Leadership in the Field of Education.
UPD Chief Reminds a doctorate from Iowa State Cavazos also received other honors suchas
He has taught at the Medical College the National Hispanic Leadershipaward
Virginia and at Tufts University School the Medal of Honor from the
UF'ers To Continue Medicine in Boston, where he was University of California at Los Angelesand
'dean for five years. He returned to health organizations, such as the Distinguished Service Medal
Safety MeasuresIt Tech in 1980 to become its tenth Health Organization. from Uniformed Services University for
dent, the first Hispanic and first secretary of education, Cavazos has Health Sciences.
has been six weeks since the tragic of the school to hold that office. He on raising parents', Cavazos' speech is expected to focus on
murders of five college students, and also been a consultant to national and and teachers' expectations of national education issues.Counseling .
University officials want to remind community
members to continue good per
sonal safety habits. You're Invited Center
"There have been no charges made in .
this case and we want people to Weekly
remember that the killer could still be in The Board of Regents and the Facultyof

our midst,"said University Police Department the University of Florida Small-Group SessionsThe
Chief Everett Stevens. "We con-

tinue to see people relaxing their personal request the honor of your presence at the Inauguration of small University counseling Counseling groups Center this fall is for offering
measures. I can't emphasize
security John V. Lombardias full-time UF students and their spouses..
strongly enough the need for everyone to
Center lead the
be very concerned about their security" the Ninth Presidenton Counseling psychologists
UPD is to work 12-hour weekly groups, comprised of approxi-
continuing the twelfth of October nineteen hundred and students each, and
shifts with virtually no time off in orderto Friday, ninetyat mately eight potential
provide extra security through this ten o'clock in the morning group members must interview with agroup's
leader to To
critical period.To those students who live participate. sign up
Stephen C. O'Connell Center for an interview or for additional informa-
off campus, Stevens said they should con
tion about the contact the Coun-
tinue to lock their doors, avoid going out Gainesville, Florida groups
seling Center, 311 Little Hall, 392-1575.
alone at night and report all suspicious activity
discussed and
immediately. If an apartment has an ReceptionThe Topics group meeting
inadequate lock, contact the manager for President's Home times are as follows:
assistance in a new lock installed.
getting Two/ until four o'clockNominations
"Law enforcement is doing everythingwe Thurs., 2 to 3:30: p.m.SELFHYPNOSISMon..
can to see that the area is safe. But we ., 3 to 4:30: p.m.
still need your cooperation to ensure the Now In FAMILY ISSUES-Tues., 5:30: to 7 p.m.
safest possible environment' Stevens said. Open University'sSuperior STRESS BUSTERS-Thurs., 1:30: to 3 p.m.
BULIMIA-Wed., 3 to 4:30: p.m.

Students Can ApplyFor Accomplishment Awards Program SUBSTANCE ABUSE-Thurs., 3 to
4:30: p.m.
The University's Superior Accomplishment DIVISION 4, Departments and colleges GAY SUPPORT GROUP-Tues., 11
UPD Auxiliary awards program recognizes reporting to the Vice President for the In- a.m. to 12:30: p.m.
employees who have performed outstanding stitute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. LOSS GRO P-Tues., 6 to 7:30: p.m.
Reserve ProgramsStudents and meritorious service and who DIVISION 5, Departments and colleges
have directly improved the quality of life reporting to the Vice President for Health THIS
interested in law enforcementcan for students and other employees. Affairs. WEEK
join the University Police Department Students, UF employees and membersof DIVISION 6, Departments reporting to CAM US
Auxiliary and Reserve Program. the public may nominate any of the total the Vice President for Student Affairs.

The program, designed to accom- 13,000 faculty, A&P or USPS personnel in DIVISION 7, Departments reporting to
modate class and work schedules, offers the following six categories: administrativeand the Vice President for Administrative r
participants the opportunity to learn by professional, faculty, USPS clerical Affairs.
being an integral part of law enforcementon and office support, USPS maintenanceand TODAY

the UF campus custodial, USPS technical/scientific/ Faculty Can Apply Now LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES FILM
candidates'must be at least 19 and
Eligible personnel and USPS administrative SERIES, "La Boca del Lobo," Spanishwith
years old and available to attend the SantaFe supervisory personnel To Teach Overseas English subtitles, 5:15: p.m., 2353
Police Academy in January. Graduatesof Awards will be given at the divisionaland Turlington Hall.
the academy will become members of University levels. Divisional level due for
Applications are today faculty ART LECTURE/RECEPTION/ with New
the Reserves, a unit that supplements awards are $100, and University level interested in teaching during fall 1991 York-based American painter Larry Brown
regular patrol shifts in the same capacityas awards are $1,000. Certificates. and plaques and/or spring 1992 semesters on the whose drawings and: prints involving
full-time police officers. will also be awarded. Florence or London campuses of the State abstract, geometric forms are on exhibit in
For more information about the program Nomination forms have been sent to all University System. The program is administered Focus Gallery, 7:30: p.m., 105 Fine Arts
contact UPD Capt. Earl Crews, University personnel through campus by Florida State Universitywith Building B. Exhibit continues in 302 Fine
392-0401 mail (in paycheck envelopes). Forms and faculty drawn from the nine state Arts Building C through Oct. 19, 8 to 11:45:
booklets describing the program in detailare universities. Faculty are paid salaries a.m. and 1 to 4:45: p.m. weekdays. ,
Pre-Retirement Planning available at department offices. through their home institutions, and$600is FACULTY VIOLIN RECITAL by UF ,
For Staff The deadline for nominations at the allocated for travel. For information, music department faculty member Jana
divisional level is Dec. 31. Final selectionsat
contact UF Selection Committee Chairman Lower, 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium
Faculty, staff, A&P and USPS employees the divisional level should be made by Leslie Lieberman, 1350 TurlingtonHall WEDNESDAY
who plan to retire in the next 12 March 1, 1991, so that University level 392-4628. ;
months or who are interested in retiring awards can be selected and presented by WOMEN'S ISSUES panel discussion" r
attend Pre-Retirement Plan 15, 1991. "Women and American Religion, led by
early can a May Health Fee CommitteeTo
UF assistant of David
professor religion :
ning Program sponsored by University The University has been organized into
Hackett and featuring female leaders from
Personnel Services. the following seven divisions:. Hear Public CommentsThe
The program consists of five sessionsOct. DIVISION 1, Office of the President various local church denominations, 7
9,18,25,30 and Nov. 7. Session topics and Office of the Vice President for UF Student Health Fee Committeewill p.m., 361-2 Reitz Union.
include state and University benefits, social Government Relations. meet from noon to 2 p.m Wednesday FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE,
security, Older Americans Council, financial DIVISION 2, Office of the Vice President in B-72 Reitz Union to finalize recommendations "Science" at the Extremes of Magnetic
planning, Medicare, insurance, estate for Development and Alumni Affairs on the health fee for 199192. Fields, by Florida State University
planning, tax shelter annuity/optional/ and the Division of Sponsored Research. Comments regarding the fee will be accepted physics professor Jack Crow, UF physics
retirement companies, consumer aware- DIVISION 3, Departments and colleges during a public hearing from noon professor and department chairman Neil
ness, health and fitness and taxes. reporting to the Vice President for to 1 p.m. For more information, contact Sullivan and UF radiology associate pro-
Space is limited. For reservations and Academic Affairs. committee chairman Ed Poppell, 392-1336. fessor Thomas Mareci, B {'.m., Medical
call 392-4626. Sciences Building Auditonum.TUESDAY .
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presses to choose from in a room that
,. seems to never end.
from page 1 Unlike students in other dorms, ath-

UP quarterback Kyle Morris called letes living in Yon Hall also have cur-

the athletic dorms "livable." fews, visiting hours and a policy that

"They're nice," Morris said. "I think prohibits alcohol, regardless of age.
/F there's lot Athletes can have male friends spend
I a of things players would like
I to see, like individual bathrooms. the night, but the guests have to pay $5.

Bayer said potential recruits visiting Females must be out of the building by

UF often 11 p.m. weekdays and 1 a.m. on week-
are turned off by the Community
bathrooms. ends. >

Bayer also said Yon Hall residents Students living in other dorms can
j have the choose a dorm with a visitation plan that
same parking privileges as
I other students. fits their needs, including a nonrestrictive -

: But outside of their rooms, athletes 24-hour visitation policy. Many of
1 the halls allow the residents to vote for
can relax in comfort or work out with
I virtually no waiting the visitation plan, according to. a Divi-

lines TTT : slop 01 Housing bra N I
These kids deserve chure.
Yon Hall's large, ewlxwll
said Hall"
Bayer Von
carpeted student some Pnvacys ,
lounge, where play- under tight security
ers' parents visit be- Bo Bayer to Prevent the theft and
harassment that comes
J.ore.8ames, is UF Director Of ;
furnished with new with playing l Ja well-
Student Life known sports team.
couches, coffee ta-
Ki.o ..nl ,.,..,.!/.,1 Bayer, who threw out
uica; aiiublinds .0.a.;
who sneaked into Yon Hall
that would look nice in most reporters
during the NCAA investigation, said the
modern homes. Furniture in a typical UF
would be circus without control.As
dorm a .
dorm lounge would probably be best
suited for a second-rate motel. it is, people show up at Yon Hall
requesting players' autographs.The I
Yon Hall's weight room also is clearlya NCAA has been considering a

step above UFs five other dorm weight rule that would outlaw athletic dorms,

rooms, which usually include old, out- but Bayer said he opposes the idea."I .
dated equipment. .. ---
think these kids deserve some privacy MICHELLE KATZ
Athletes have six standard bench ,"Bayer said."That's one reason I'm The typical dorm room In Yon Hall. Football players are required to live there unless marriedor

presses and about 12 inclined bench against abolishing athletic dormitories." not on scholarship.

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I. the settlement of St. Augustine by
the Spanish colonists. Performances are
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f Ampitheatre, (except Sundays) mid-June
, through late August. Please call for addi-
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, Augustine

I II I IJ Florida HistoryThe Museum of' Natural

, Florida Museum of Natural History
J, Ocala Daytona Beach ranks among the top ten natural science
I museums in the country and contains art
A and exhibits varying from ancient his-
factions tory and animal life to robotics and com-
puters. Open Monday through Saturday,
I 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sundays, 1 p.m. to 5
;: Florida Caverns State Park 27 Orlando p.m. Multilingual tours and facilities for
f.y, This state park offers guided cave tours oa Beach the handicapped available. Guided tours
" of limestone caverns, swimming, fishing. Ktsd mee are available on weekdays. Florida Museum
'f. a picnic area, nature trails, an equestrian of Natural History, Museum Rd.,
I facility, and camping. Please call for additional Clearwater Gainesville, FL 32611; ((904)) 392-1721.
" information. Florida Caverns State Flow..
1. Park. 2701 Caverns Rd., Marianna, FL St Petersburg a 1 PKBradenton Marineland of Florida

.f 32446; ((904)) 482-3632 This oceanfront facility is the original
marine life attraction. Features include
Gulfarlum Sarasota continuous daily shows by performing
See porpoises, sea lions, seals, alligators, dolphins, a 3-D movie, and a rectangular
penguins, otters, and underwater life. oceanarium. Open 9 a.m. to 5:45: p.m.
The Living Sea exhibit features sharks, year-round Labor Day to June; 8:30: a.m.
stingrays, and other deep-sea species ina to 6 p.m. June to Labor Day. Facilities for
natural setting. Please call for addi- Fort 1Vj the handicapped available. Marineland of
tional information. Gulfarium, 1010 Hwy. Florida, 9507 Ocean Shore Blvd.,
98 East, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548; Marineland, FL 32086; ((904)) 471-1111;
((904)) 244-5169. Fort Fla. ((800)) 824-4218; U.S. ((800)) 874-0492.
Naples Lauderdale
Gulf World Oldest House

Walk through tropical and see continuous tury air supply pump. Cover the advanceof The area's oldest colonial home, the for-
running shows that include por- scuba technology to present day satu- t mer Gonzalez-Alverez House, offers a
poises, sea lions, parrots, and a scuba ration diving chambers. Other marine unique record of life in St. Augustine, the
show. Please call for additional informa exhibits feature everything tion diving 1 nation's oldest permanent settlement,
tion. Gulf World, 15412 West Hwy. 98-A chambers. Facilities for the handicappedand spanning more than 400 years. Open 9
Panama City Beach, FL 32413; ((904)) 234- guided tours available. Open 9 am. am to 5 p.m., year round. Multilingualtours
5271 to 5 p.m. daily. The Museum of Man in facilities for the handicapped and
the Sea, 17314 Back Beach Rd. (U.S. guided tours are available. The Oldest
Historic Pensacola Village Hwy 98)), Panama City Beach, FL 32413; House, 14 St. Francis Street, St. Augus-
Historic Pensacola Village contains an In- ((904)) 235-4101. tine, FL 32084; ((904)) 824-2872.
y triguing collection of museums which
;r span two hundred years of history. Open Museum of' the Sea and Indian Key Oldest Store Museum
11 10 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Monday through Saturday Exhibits from the ocean are on display West Relive a part of St. Augustine's past at
f year-round; closed Sunday. His- with Indian artifacts from the United this authentic turn-of-the-century gen-
s toric Pensacola Village, 205 East States and South America. A live zoo fea- chinery in high-speed production. A gift eral store contains more than 100,000
Zaragoza St., Pensacola, FL 32501; ((904)) tures alligators, peacocks, pheasants, shop is located on site. Please call for ad- items of yesteryear, from steam-powered
444-8905. ducks, and monkeys. Please call for addi- ditional information. Anheuser-Busch tractors to Grandpa's red underwear.
r. tional information. Museum of the Sea Brewery, 111 Busch Drive, Jacksonville, Open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m.
Indian Temple Mound Museum and Indian, 4801 Beach Hwy., Destin, FL FL 32218; ((904)) 751-8116. to 5 p.m.; Sundays, noon to 5 p.m.;
Exhibits in the museum depict 10,000 32541; ((904)) 837-6625. closed Christmas Day. Facilities for the
years of Gulf Coast living by the South- Authentic Old Jail handicapped and guided tours available.
east Indians. The mound is a National The Old St. Johns County Jail was built Oldest Store Museum, 4 Artillery Lane,
Historic Landmark that portrays the iff 1891 with living quarters for the she- St. Augustine, FL 32084; ((904)) 829-9729.
technological, spiritual, and artistic lVructionsAmelia riff and his family. The building served
achievements of seven preColumbiancultures. the county until 1953 and is listed on the Oldest Wooden SchoolhouseThis
Please call for additional infor National Register of Historic Places. A schoolhouse was built in St. Augus-
mation. Indian Temple Mound Museum, collection of guns and other weapons tine during the first Spanish occupation
139 Miracle Strip Parkway, Fort Walton Island Museum of' History used in crimes is on display. Open 8:30: before the American Revolution. The
Beach, FL 32548; ((904)) 243-6521. Amelia Island's rich history of 400 years am to 5 p.m., year-round. The Old Jail, schoolhouse is constructed of red cedar
under eight flags is highlighted here. Ar- 167 San Marco Ave., St. Augustine., FL and cypress joined by wooden pegs. A
t Museum of Florida History tifacts from digs at the Spanish Mission 32084; ((904)) 829-3800. kitchen building to the rear contains
jr "Experience" Florida's history from pre site, and from each flag period from 1562to cooking' Us"used during colonial
r' historic times to the present at the Museum the Golden Age of the 19th century, Castillo de San Marcos times. Please call for additional informa-
of Florida History. At the R.A. Gray are explained by museum docents. Facil- This,National Monument is tion. Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse, 14 St.
Building, see the great nine-foot-tall ities for the handicapped available. Open masonry fortress built by the Spanish in George Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084;
f; mastodon nicknamed "Herman." Learn 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., year-round. Amelia Is- 1672-95 "modernized" Into its ((904)) 824-0192.

f; territorial and state history by touring land Museum of History, 233 South look in the 18th century. The Castillo present
!, the Old Capitol and the Union Bank Third St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034;' replaced successive wooden forts begin- Potter's Wax MuseumPotter's
Building. Please call for additional infor _((904) 2617378. ning with the founding of St. AugustineIn Wax Museum features more
mation. Museum of Florida History, RAY 1565. Each one of these fortifications than 170 historical figures, a theatre witha
Gray Building, 500 S. Bronough.St., Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour affirmed Spanish dominion in Florida. multi-Image presentation a workshop
F' Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250; ((904)) 488- Tours are available of the brewing and Multilingual tours, facilities for the hand- where a wax craftsman plies his art, anda
i 1484. packaging facilities at Anheuser-Busch, icapped, and guided tours are available. museum shop.,Open daily 9 am to 5
11t including a. visit to the brewery's Hospi- Open daily,winter, spring, and fall 9 a.m. pm except summer, 9 am to 8 p.m. Fa-
The Museum of' Mann the Sea tality Room for samples of beer and pret- to 5:15: p.m.: summer, 9 a.m. to 6'p.rn. cilities for the handicapped and guided
This museum serves as the educationand zels. Visitors see the steps involved in Castillo de San Marcos, One Castillo tours are available. Potter's Wax Mu
preservation center for the Instituteof the brewing and bottling process, which Drive'East, St. Augustine, FL 32084; seum,'17 King Street, St. Augustine, FL
Diving. Artifacts include a 19th cen- is spread over acres of automated ma-, ((904)) 829-6506, 32084; (904) 8299056.r .



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((904)) 471)03) und dunes * ((81)) 443.)90) ferry service :((305)) 872.2353 belCh *

Devil's Mlllhopper Slate Geological: Site. Crystal River. Stale Archaeological: Site. Bar acle saw Historic site
47)2 NW ))rd Avenue Gainesville Fl 32601; 3400 North Museum Point Crystal_, FL 348' Main Hlghway/PO./ Box H099'. Coconut historic: llle, .
((904)) 377.)9)) no facilities: 32629; ((904)) 79).3817 guided tour Grove,, 'L HIHI; (00') 448.9. guided tours

raver.Dykes. State Park. Dade Battlefield Slate Historic: Site. Cape Florida,
Rome Box 21)J.I, St Augustine, Fl 32086.(9W ; PO Box' 9)8, Bushnell, FL 3MI; Sin Bsgga sate Recreation: Area
( ) : ..0997 fishing ((904)7934781 hlllOrtc: lire 1200 s. Crandon Boulevard' Key Biscayne 'L
33149 ((305) 361-Sall r TCheklka *
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Flatler Beach: Slate Recreation: Area Cooper
3100 South AIA. Flagler Beach: FL 32036; 3100 South Old Floral City Rout Inverness FL .. State Recreation Area
((904)) 4)9.2474 beach * 32650(904)726.0315> ( ) lake PO. Box 1313, State Road 21. Homestead 'L
Gamble Plantation. 33030; ((309)) 252.4438 waterfall *
Fort Clinch Stale Park.
2601 Atlantic Avenue' Femandlna Beach FL 3708 Patten Avenue, Ellemon, FL 33332, Fort Zachary: Taylor State Historic Site. .
J20J4: :((904)2614212) museum fort * ((81)) 722.1017 guided tounHlllabcIroup P0. Box/89. Key We"' 'L 33041; ((305))
Gold Head Branch Mike. Rone Slate Park. River Slate Park.
6239 State Road 21, Keystone Heights., FL 1)402 U.S. 301 North Thonotosassa, FL 33)92; Hugh Taylor Birch: State Recreation Ares
326)6, ((90414734701Ickenicknee) _1M. takes ((81)I ) 986-1020 boiling A' 7k 3109 Bait Sunrise Boulevard: Port Lauderdale 'L _'I

Homoaassa 33304; ((305)) 364.4521 belCh *
Springs Park
:. springs State Park. museum
Home 2. Box 108, Fort While, FL 32038, canoeing. PO Box' 189, Homosasst Springs FL 32647; underwater Indian Key State Historic Site
((904)4972)11) : tubing ((904)) 628.2311, observatory C/O Long Key State Recreation Area' PO. Box historic site,

Honeymoon Island State Recreation Area 776, Long Key, FL 33001; ((305)) 664.4815 boat tours *
Little Talbot Island State Park.
FL 32226 No Causeway Boulevard Dunedin FL 33)28; Do .acArtltur Beach State Park.
121)7 'HeckKher' Drive, Fort George ; : John :
((904)) 2)1.)23I beach ( ) 7)4.42)) belCh 'A' 10900 5.R. 703. Singer' Island I North Palm
Beach. 33408 627.6097 facilities *
O'Leao Slate Park. Lake. Manatee Stale Recreation Area ; ((407)) no

FL 20007 State Road 64, Brademon FL 34202; V. Reach State Recreation Ares
Ionic 2, Box )07, High Springs 32643.; Job Lloyd : :
((90414)4. .18)3Olunee river * ((81) 746-8042 boiling 6503 North Ocean Drive Dania. 'L 33004
((305)) 923.2833 barrier island Ts1 TA t
Little Manatee River. Stale Recreation: Area
Battlefield State Historic Site! Civil War
PO Box 40. Olustee. FL 32072, (904)) 752.3866 Battlefield:: 21) Llghtfoot :Road" Wlmiuma, FL 33)98; Job PeDDelwttp Coral lied Sate Park. ..a
((81)) 6)4-4781Madira PO. Box 487, Key Largo, 'L 33037; snorkeling.
Payers Prairie Slate Preserveouie wildlife ((305):) 451.1202 I diving *
Blckel Monad
2, Box 41 1. Mlcanopy FL 32667; preserve, guided
((90418)64281) tours C/O Gamble Plantation Ellemon, FL 3))2 archaeological: L1putDYl Key Stew Botanical. Site. accessible: only
((813)) 722.\1017 site PO. Box 1052, 1.llmond., 'L 33036. 4''boat, guided
Ravine Slate GardensPO ((305):) 664.4815 town of mansion _
River Park
atyakka Slate
Sox 1096 Palaika FL 32077; ravines nature
trails Road 72, Sarasota FL 34241.9)42; San Recreation Area
((904)) 328 4)66 :il fz:2; long Key :
( )) wildlife touts ls1 A' PO Box 776, Long Key FL 33001;
San Felasco: Hammock. State PreserveCO : 664.4819 beach *
Oscar Sherer State Recreation Area
/ Devil Mlllhopper Stale Geological Site
4')2) NW )3rd Avenue Gainesville, FL 32601; preserve, PO Box )98. Osprey, FL ))))9; ((81)) 966- "4 boning Tic Olen River State Recreation: Area JiPOQ I

((904)) 3)6-2008 or ((9O4)i) 377.)93)Washington no facilities _doe Island Slate Preserve box 601305, North Miami 'L 33160. '

Oaks. Stale Gardens 1)00 weedon Island Drive. St. Petersburg, FL preserve. no ((309)) 947.6357 belCh *

Route I, Box Si Augustine, FL 32086; 1 waterfront park, M 3)702; ((8I)7706)I) facilities 1 San Pedro Underwater ,
((904))44)-) guided. tours ft Thor City Stale Museum museum Archaeological. Preserve shipwreck.
1818 Ninth Avenue Tampa FL 3)60), Interpretive C/O Long Key State Recreation Area, PO. Box archaeological: _'
((81)) 247-6)n center 116. Long Key 'L HOO!; (00") 664-481' site

Castillo de San Marcos: National. Monument Yulee Sugar. Mill Ruins Slate Historic! : Site. NATIONAL PARKS e'
I Cuilllo Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32084; Cort. guided C/O Crystal River Slate Archaeological: Site, .
((904)) 829.6)06 tours 3400 North Museum Point. Crystal River, FL Biscayne National Underwater Park. it,
PO. Box 1270 Homestead, 'L 33030; glaze-bottom
Fort Caroline National Monument 32629; (904)) 79) 3817DC historic site ((305)) 247.2400 boat tours *
12713 Fort Caroline Road Jacksonville, FL visitors center:
3222); ((904)) 641.71)) museum Bverglsdea. National Park. .
PO. Box 279, 'L 33030;
Sole National Memorial
Fort Matanxas National MonumentCO IHome.re.d. *
// Caitlllo de San Marcos National Monument 7)lh Street, NW. Bndenton, FL 33)29, guided tours' ((305)) 247-6211 guided tours

I Cuilllo I Drive St. Augustine, Fl 32084.; ((813)) 792-04)8 nature tells Port Jefferson National Monument
((904)) 471.0116 fort 7A U S Coast Guard Bile, Key bleat' fL 33040,
(m',) 247.6211 fort 'A' *
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Lake. GrIIIItI State Recreation Area 2100 West French Avenue, Orange City FL
103 Highway .1I21.. 'ruld.nd Park 'L 52151; 32763; ((904)) 77).3663 Hontoon bland Tc1 YY Tic tt
Cato Costa Slate Island. Preserve. ferry service: boating A' *
PO Box 11)0, Boca Grande FL 33921)SI ; accessible' by (904)) 787-7402 Below Creek State Park
( )) 964.0)7) boat only ft ft Lake Kiaimmee Stan Park. 33)1 Old Dixie Highway' Ormond Beach: FL
14246 Camp Mack: Road \Lake Wales 'L 33853; 32074; ((904)6773931) s.
Collier Scmlnole Slate Park. mangrove shown *
Route 4, Box S4g, Naples FL )3962| swamps, (813)I ) 696.1112 Below' Plantation. Ruins' State Historic Site
((813). ) 394-))97 canoeing Lake Lowly Sate Park. PO Box 65) Bunnell, FL 32010; i
1, Box 107-AA. Clermont 'L 52111; (904)))439-2219 historic site *
Delaor Wlggln* Pass State Recreation Area = lake *
11100 Gulf Shore, Drive, North Naples, FL ) 394.2280 De Leo Springs Slate Recreation Area
beach 37' Pa Box I 13)8, De Leon Springs FL 32028
)396) ((813)) 597-6196 Payees Creek Saw HI.-Jc gin ;
Pedro P0. Box 547, Bowling Green 'L 33834; (904)) 98)-42l2 historic springs *
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Ioule I. Box 36'0, Sorrento, FL 521161; 33449; (407)468.398)Honioon Museum *
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Box FL 3)926; 1 no Island
(SI3)) > l:9f"1aDd.:: facilities Sate Preserve C/O/ Blue Spring' State Park, 2100 1 W FrenchAvenue. rental cottages,
P0. Box + FL 52139; .. Orange City, FL 32762, ((904)) 756-5309 tours TS *
Gasparilla Island. State Recreation Area l:2ieIWll'IIIe: *
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PO Bon Grande, PL 33921;
((81)) 964-0)7) Temoroc Saw Reserve 164)0 SI. Federal Highway, Kobe Sound Fl. wild:: river,
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P0. Box 7. Barer FL 33928; (II3)) m.o'ltl' historic site Smyrna Sugar Mills Ruins
Weklwa. Spring San Park. State Historic: Site
S tkiwe Circle, Apopka 'L 5271Z; ((401)) PO Box 861. New Smyrna Beach: Fl 32069
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St. Augustine Alligator Farm
2099 North Beach Street" Ormond Beach: FL
exciting show. Three floors of fascinatingand and Florida S2074| ((904)) 677.3931Ibeohaacbec scenic: : rivers A' A I.
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highly entertaining experiencesawait ,, William Beardall

young and old alike. Housed in his- Show you and can the see Reptile the American Show. The Alligator Alligator Vacation State 3)6) Taylor Reserve+ Creek Road Christmas, FL 32709; no facilities.

Castle of (407) 56859)Canaveral reserve A'
toric Warden former home
Farm also has tropical birds, monkeys -

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings of Cross Creek deer ducks and giant tortoises. Guide...
fam. Ample free parking and gift shop. FI.douIlIeubora
9 to 5:30: year-round. Facilities -
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daily 9 9
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((904)) 825-6830.
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a Sightseeing Trains 553-6116.

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shore of the St. Johns River Blvd., P.O Drawer 3810, Lake .." TAN

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handicapped are
Guided tours available by ROMANCE- Museum (BACAM-)

quest. Located 45 minutes dining aboard a 1989. Both a museum and educational

west of Sea World off U.S. replica side wheeler while facility BACAM offers a com-

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some ot the activities ind :iI press Gardens, P.O. Box 1, Florida's most beautiful inland schedule. The museum has a full

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cessible Please contact the ::! p >I:: Z ; z 324-2111; Fla. ((800)) ; cruises for up to 350 exhibitions from major collections

Individual parks for more Information UIi! i 52 z U.S. ((800) 237-4826. ; reception capacity, 600. of national stature; individual
on facilities :16 I i a 60Na It Z_ north of Orlando. Open exhibitions of contemporary I,

Florida's Silver SpringsA call for times. ROMANCE, art by nationally and regionally

theme with N. Palmetto Ave., Sanford, recognized artists. Open 10 a.m.
park -
Alfred B. sate Gardens
3540 Thomuvllle Maclay Road Tallahassee 'L 3Z308. boat rides; the' Reptile 32771; Reservations required: to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Fri.

((904)) 89304232 spring gardens A' with rattlesnakes, pet boas, ( ) 321-5091, Fla. ((800)) 423- day; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.;

Big Lagoon Sate Recreation Area and the ; U.S. and Canada ((800)) Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. Facilitiesfor
U301 Gulf Belch Pensacola PL alligators Jungle
Highway" observation I
32507(904)492.1595; ( ) tower' with electric boats that safari the handicapped and guided

BIac..r. River Sate Park. exotic animals in natural tours available. BACAM 1643
Route I. Boa 57-C. Holt. 'L 32564; Sea World of Florida- North Highland Ave., Melbourne,
Open daily, a.m. -
((904)) 62H363 canoeing *
Facilities for the FL 32936; ((407)) 242-0737. I
Cape St. George sate Reserve more than 20 shows
261 Seventh Slrrct.. Apalachicola 'L 53530; reserve' available. Silver Springs exhibits, the world's most
(904)) 8'3.11063 no fatUlllea The Brevard Museum of ..
Wild Waters, a family marine life park offers a .
Dead Lakes Sate Recreation Area
PO. Boa 989. 9ewahitchka. 'L 524M; playground that is open of education and entertain History and Natural

((904)) 639.2702 nhlna1akn lsr ally, late march though early for the whole family. Mil Science-

Idea Sate Gardens ornamental tember. Open 10 a.m. to 5 of visitors each year marvel
PO. Boa 938. Point Washington. 'L 524"; garden guided I This museum offers prehistoric,
((904)) 231-4214 tour non-summer months; 10 a.m. the grace and beauty of Sea
historic, and natural science exhibits
Palling Waters Sate Recreation Area p.m., mid-June through killer whales in "The
Route 5, Box 660' Chipley 'L 524Z8; Florida's Silver Springs of Shamu." The 135-acre relating to Brevard County,
(904))638.4030 waterfall A' a children's discovery room, and
N.E. Silver Springs Blvd., life park also features
Florida Caverns Sate Park. 22 acres of nature trails, all
2701 Caverns Road, Marianna 'L 52446; Box 370 Silver Springs, and dolphins from around
((904)) 482.3632 cavern tour * 32688; ((904)) 236-2121; world in "New Friends." One wheelchair accessible. Open 10

Fort Gadaclea Sate Historic Site 342-0297 the exhibits a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through
((800)) most popular at
Box 157, Sumatra. PL 52335; Saturday; 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sun-
(r:.) 670.8968 Iwl"ll'ealille' Ysr AGrayson World is "Sharks!I" Here,
day year-round. Guided tours
Beach Sate Recreation Area House of Presidents- travel though the domain
available. The Brevard Museumof
Route 2 Box 790.1, Santa Iou Beach 'L
32459; i((904)) 231.4210 gulf beaches * Realistic wax figures these fearsome predators on an History and Natural Science,

HeDdenoa Beach Sate Recreation Area America's leaders, from moving walkway 18 2201 I Michigan Ave., Cocoa FL
Rouse Sox Sonia Iou Beach 'L 524'9; below the surface. Open
((9G4)) : 4- i9O. beach ington to Bush, are on 32926-5618(407); ( ) 6321830.
Open daily, 9 a.m. to 5 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. year-
GcwI'Ie Sate
John Museum
PO. Boa 267. Apalachicola 'L 5l320; closed Mondays in May and with closing times varying Museum of Arts and
((904)) 6'3.9347 mlllCllm. tember. Facilities for the the season. Sea World of

Lake Jackson. Mounds capped available. Electronic 7007 Sea World Drive, Sciences-

Sate 1313 Crowder Archaeological Road Tallahassee Site 'L 52305; archaeological available. House of FL 32821; ((407)) 351- Situated on the 60-acre

((904)) 62.0042 site 123 North Highway 27, I Tuscawilla Park Reserve, this

Lake Talcum Sate Recreation Area fully accredited museum featuresan
Route 1, Box 2222 lkllahusee. 'L 5Z504; ont, FL 34712-0885; ((904))
(:') 576.8233 .huge lake A' A 2836. Water Mania- "Arts in America 1750-1900" .

Manatee Springs Sate Pull Central Florida water park wing. The planetarium offers educational
Route 2, Box 617. Chknand. 'L 536Z61 boardwalk. with
((904)) 493.4288 canoeing * King Henry's Feast more than 24 acres of fam- programs dealing
w fun. Catch in the astronomy as well as musical
Natural. Bridge Battlefield a wave
Join King Henry in his
CA) Wakulla Springs, Wkkulla 1 Springs Road' wave pool, zoom laser light shows. Open 9 a.m. to
akulla Springs' FL 32305; ((904))9256216. historic site mansion as you celebrate 12 thrilling water slides 4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday;

Ocbtoc"oace River Sate Park birthday. Enjoy a in noon to 5 p.m., Saturday and
flumes or relax a shady
PO. Box 'L 5m8.
(904)) l.irhoppy.;; fishing ponds lrl A'Perdido banquet with unlimited -acre picnic area. Open Sunday year-round. Facilities for
wine, and soft drinks. Please
the handicapped and guided tours
Key information. through November, 10
CIO State Recreation Area for additional
Big Lagoon
available for Museum of
12301 Gulf Beach Highway. Pensacola 'L Henry's Feast 8984 to 5 p.m. in the spring and groups.
A Arts and Sciences 1040 Museum
32507; ((904)) 492.1595 ; 9 a.m. to 9 in summer. ,
Drive Orlando FL 32819 p.m.
; ( )
Ponce De Leon Springs for the handicapped Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32114;
351-5151 Fla. and U.S.
Sate Recreation Area ; ( )
P0. Box 126. Ponce de Leon 'L 524"; ((904)) 347-8181. Water Mania, 6073 W. ((904)) 255-0285.
836.4291 like
Bronson Memorial Hwy.,
Rocky Bayou, red Gannon NASA Kennedy Space
State Recreation Area on Little Darlin's Rock'N' FL 34746; ((407))
Route 1 Bon Nkcvlltc, PL m78; Chocawhatchee ; U.S. ((800)) 527-3092. Center's Spaceport USA-
((904)) 97. l:7. Bay * Roll Palace-
Spaceport USA at Kennedy
.t. Andrews Sate Recreation Area Stroll back in time to Wet 'n Wild-
Center offers excit-
4415 Thomas Drive, Panama City 'L 5Z407; Space many
((904)) 234.2522 wildlife A' 'A' the 50s all over again. Get 'n Wild is a thrilling water ing and educational displays. On

St. George island Sale Park. in nostalgia with dining, that offers 25 acres of wa- display at the Galaxy Center is

((904)PO. Box: ilUIPOI", 'L 523Z8; and dunn * saddle shoes, poodle skirts, fun for swimmers and non- space art and models of shuttles. r
the of the 1950s. Please
.t.Joseph Peninsula Sate Park. stars of all ages. Thrills The Gallery of Space Flight
Star Route 1, Box 200 Port .,.Joe, 'L 5Z4,61; for additional information.
7' the Blue Niagara, the houses memorabilia from the
((904)) 227-1327 I diving
Darhn's Rock 'N' Roll
Up Raging Rapids, Gemini and
San Marcos de AIIIKbe Sam Historic Site 5770 W. Irlo Bronson Mercury, Apollo
PO. Box 27, St. Marks, 'L 32355;. Der Stuka (one of programs. Tours are available by
((904)) 925.6216 historic ton Highway, Kissimmee, FL ;
highest speed slides in the double-decker 106-passenger
Stephen Poster sate Folk Coate" Center ((407)) 396-6499. r ra.m.until
) and Knee Ski the cable- NEOPLAN busses. Open daily 9
U.S. 41 North Pa Drawer G, White Springs. 'L ,
520961; ((904)) 597-Z753 displaysSuwannee ski tow features on a dark. Bilingual staff

River Sate Pull Mardi Gras-At Mercado lake course. Daily and facilities: for the handicapped
Route e. Box 297. Live Oak, PL 5Z0601 .
((904) 362-2746' scenic rivers Festival Center- vary during operating sea- available. Group tours available

Threes Rivers Sate Recreation Area Celebrate Mardi Gras with The park is open mid-Febru with advance notice. NASA Ken

((904)Route$936565 1, Box 15A. Snesds. 'L 5Z4601; boating * evening of fine food and through December. Wet 'n nedy Space Center's SpaceportUSA

1bI'repa Seats Part performances Hosts 6200 International, Drive, visitor Center-TWS, Kennedy -.-;

Route 2. Box 70. Bristol 'L U5Z1; (9(4)) antebellum Hargett and Michael LeFleur FL 32819; ((407)) 351- Space Center, FL 32899; '
643.2674. mambo 'A
entertain you accompanied by ((407)) 452.2121.
1I'IIaaauM' : lap stag preserve
to. Box 187, Ceder Key PL 5Z6ZS; preserve. Dixieland jazz band and an
((904)) 453-5567 no faciltieWakuua of beautiful dancers. The

Springs, Bases Ball Stars Pant course meal and unlimited b

=::1; (Springs) =5..1... Springs. PL .1I1dcd sun wine, and soft drinks are factions ractions

cluded. Open 6:30: p.m. to 9 .

year-round. Multilingual The Boardwalk on Bellm's Cars and Musicof n
ApnYrileols National Portal
I 'A Boa 578. Bristol. PL znh; ((904)) $6-7650 historic site w wI and facilities for the Daytona Beach YesterdayThree

Gulf Plods National Seashore available. Mardi Gras, 8445
I FQ Box 100 Gulf Breeze, FL 32)61; ternational Drive Orlando Boardwalk on Daytona museums, including an an-
((904)) 9)2-1302 vlaltor center w W w w is a total entertainment tique and classic car museum

32819; ((407)) 35105151;. Fla. that is home to the Mardi with more than 170 vehicles; :The
U.S. ((800)) 347-8181.
Fun Center, a bandshell fbr 'mechanical music museum the

a gondola sky ride, and largest collection of its kind in

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late 1700s. Open 8:30: a.m. to 6 sections. An air-conditioned mo- pelican orphanage, and children's nature trails and alligator and north of downtown Sarasota on
p.m.; Monday, Saturday, and Sun norail whisks visitors through the petting zoo. Buccaneer Bay is a crocodile programs. New black U.S. Hwy. 41. Please call for ad-
Plain. Another Busch water recreation bear exhibit and historical ditional information. The Ringl-
day, 9:30: a.m. to 6 p.m. year- Screngeti park operated by an mu-
round. Facilities for the Gardens attraction is Adventure Weeki Wachee that is open late seum. Open daily, 9 a.m. to 5:30: ing Museum of Art, P.O. Box
handicapped and guided tours Island, a water-theme family fun March through September. Buc- p.m. year-round. Ticket counter 1838, Sarasota, FL 33578; ((813))
available. Bellm's Cars and park that is open mid-March caneer Bay P.O. Box 97, Brooks- closes at 4 p.m. Facilities for the 355-5101.
Music of Yesterday, 5500 N. through October. Adventure Island ville, FL 34605-0097; ((904)) handicapped and interpretive pro- 0 Rogers' Christmas
Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 4545 E. Bougainvillea Ave., 596-2062; Fla. ((800)) 342-0297. grams available. Homosassa I
34243; ((813)) 335-6228. Tampa FL 33612; ((813)) 971- Please call for additional infor- Springs Wildlife Park, 9225 W. House VillageA
7978. Please call for additional mation. Florida's Weeki Wachee, Fishbowl Drive, Homosassa group of five houses offer the
Busch Gardens, The information. Busch Gardens, The 6131 Commercial Way, Spring Springs, FL 32646; ; ((904)) 628- warmth and appeal of Christmas
Dark ContinentA Dark Continent, Busch Blvd. and Hill, FL 34607; P.O. Box 97, 2311. year-round, a display of limited
40th St., P.O. Box 9158, Tampa, Brooksville, FL 34605-0097; edition collectibles, plus a varietyof
300-acre, African-theme family FL 33674; ((813)) 971-8282. ((904)) 596-2062. The Ringling Museum of gifts to purchase. Open every
entertainment center, Tampa's Art day except Christmas Day, from
Busch The Dark Continent Florida's Week! Wachee Homossassa
Gardens Springs
The state art museum of Florida, 9:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. Facilities for
offers rides, shows, shops, Florida's Wccki Wachee is a nature Wildlife Park the Ringling Museum of Art is lo- the handicapped available.
restaurants, live entertainment, theme park with underwater An underwater observatory allows cated on 38 landscaped acres and Roger's Christmas House Village,
and one of North America's larg- mermaid show, exotic bird show, visitors to view thousandsof consists of the Art Gallery, the 103 Saxon Ave., Brooksville, FL
est collection of African animals birds of prey show, wilderness fish in a natural spring. Other Circus Galleries, and Ringling 34601; ((904)) 796-2415.


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Please call for additional infor- l SOUTHWEST Ship, offering treasures from the dise. All you wish to cat, barbe-
Home to exotic animals and jun. mation. Florida's Sunken Gar world over; and the Hanging Gar. que and shrimp dinner cruise,
gle trails bordered by banana dens, 1825 4th St. North, St. ttmctionsEverglades dens, a walkway of beauty. Facilities variety show, and sing-a-long.
groves, the Sarasota Jungle Gar. Petersburg, FL 33704-4397; for the handicapped Also daily sightseeing cruises of
dens presents a variety of shows. ((813)) 896-3186. available. Open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. the "Venice of America" Fort
Open daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fa- Everglades Wonder daily, year-round. Waltzing Waters Lauderdale. Stop off at the Indian
cilities for the handicapped avail Tiki Gardens Gardens 18101 U.S. 41 S.E., Fort Village and see alligator wres-

able. Sarasota Jungle Gardens, More than 13 acres, with 10 Visitors see Everglades wildlifein Myers, FL 33908; ((813)) 267- tling, rare birds, and monkeys. A
3701 Bayshore Rd., Sarasota, FL unique gift shops, plus a Polyne- its natural habitat, includingbears 2533 or ((813)) 267-0244. cruise to Miami's Bayside Mar-
34234 ((813)) 355-5305. ketplace is also available.
; sian adventure trail that depictsthe otters, deer, wading birds, Open
culture and religion of the birds of prey, alligator feedings, bW''m..w- ,,,,,,.,.wW".:. ... 8:30: a.m. to 9 p.m. year-round.
. Suncoast Seabird f Multilingual tours be
people. Mangrove jungle with ex. SOUTHEAST can
otter shows, snakes, the Florida : .,
Sanctuary, Inc. otic flowers, peacocks, and shops panther, and the endangered salt- aranged. Facilities for the handicapped
This non-profit organization is situated along boardwalks. Please water crocodile. Please call for Attractions and guided tours avail-
known for its preservation of call for additional information.Tiki additional information. Ever- able. Jungle Queens Inc., 2455 E.
Gardens, 19601 Gulf Blvd., Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL
wild birds. Brown pelicans, cormorants glades Wonder Gardens, on Old
whit herons, birds of P.O. Box 8, Indian Shores, FL 41, downtown Bonita Springs, Dolphin Research Center 33304; ((305)) 566-5533.

prey, and other species are on ex 33535; ((813)) 595-2567. P.O. Box 292, Bonita Springs, FL Educational tours of this facility
hibit. It serves a refuge and reha. 33923; ((813)) 992-2591. help the general public better understand Miami SeaquariumThe
bilitation center for injured birds. Ybor SquareThe dolphins. The non-profit Miami Seaquarium is South .
Open 9 a.m. to sunset, year. former V.M. Ybor Cigar Fac- Waltzing WatersThe research center is closed Mon Florida's largest marine attraction
round. Facilities for the handicapped tory reflects Florida's heritageand original water, light, and days and Tuesdays. Please call with Lolita the Killer
and guided tours by is found in the heart of the music shows offer both indoor for additional information. Dolphin Whale, Flipper (dolphin star of
appointment available. Suncoast old Latin Ybor City section of and outdoor performances. Tradi. Research Center, off U.S. TV and movies), Seal of Fortune
Seabird Sanctuary, 18328 Gulf Tampa. The square's atmosphereis tional and world-famous shows Hwy. 1, Grassy Key, P.O. Box Sea Lion show, the world's larg-
Blvd., Indian Shores, FL 34635; created by the hand-blown have been added, featuring multi- Dolphin, Marathon Shores, FL est shark channel, and dozens of
((813)) 391-6211. glass windows, ornate grillwork, media wide-screen shows and the 33052; ((305)) 289-1121 or 289- tropical aquariums. Please call
0002. for additional information. Miami
and classic brick masonry. Spe- special effects whre the brillianceof
. Sunken GardensA cialty stores, antiques, collect- lasers combines wit the per- Seaquarium, 4400 Rickenbacker
lush tropical paradise locatedin ibles, and ethnic restaurants are forming waters to create a unique Hemingway Home and Causeway, Miami FL 33149;
the heart of downtown St. Pe. housed in the Warehouse Build- form of entertainment. Also MuseumThe ((305)) 361-5705.

tersburg. On display are more ing. Ybor Square, 1901 N. available are Rainbow Golf, 18 Hemingway Home and Museum .
than 5,000 varieties of plants and 13th St., P.O. Box 384, Tampa, holes of putting fun in a tropical is a registered National His- Ocean World
hundreds of colorful birds. FL 33601; ((813)) 247-4497. setting; the international Gift toric Landmark and has been kept Ocean World offers continuous
intact since the renowned author shows featuring dophins and sea
lived there. Its furnishings are lions. Sharks, alligators, sea turtles
CAMPUS ALCOHOL AND Sebastian'sShop original, and the house still harbors and parrots arc on display.
a score of six-toed cats descended Visitors can pet and feed a propo-
from Heminway's own ise in the Porpoise Play Pool and

BACCHUS DARE & GAMMA pets. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., year see porpoises and sea lions per
round. Guided tours are avail form at the Grandstand. More
REMIND YOU able. HemingwayHome and Mu- than 60 sharks feed in the Shark

O seum, 907 Whitehead St., Key Moat, along with sea turtles and
TOi West, FL 33040; ((305)) 296-2051 hundreds of colorful reef fish:
Specializing in VW Ocean World, 1701 S.E. 17th St.,

and Foreign Car Repair. Jungle Queen 525-6612.Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 ((305))

Enjoy four hours of pleasure
cruising through a tropical para- Six Atlantis

South Florida's largest water-
$39.95 theme park features 65 acres of

| before; including valve adjustments slides, rides, shows, and attrac-
tions. Features include the Rag
371-4131 L ing Rampage, which has a
\ 1132 S. Main St. .,t a 120-foot, 45-degree angle slide,
you and a watery runway. Other non-
water related rides include Pirate
$AVE Ship and the Swing Ride. Six

DRINK Flags Atlantis, 2700 Stirling
ForeignN Road, P.O. Box 2128, Holly
wood, FL 33022; ((305)) 926-1000

Alan'sMUFFLER DomesticAlternators Steamboat Landing

DISCOUNT Daily narrated sight-seeing, lun
cheon, and diner cruises alongthe

: '. Intercoastal Waterway past
ATTENTION the Palm Beaches, milionaires'
Staff Faculty & Graduate Students mansions and the Port of Palm
4 Beach. Featuring live entertain-
ment, dancing, and full cocktail
Pick up the keysto Mufflers 14 Years service. Two unique vessels: one
is a replica of a Mississippi
& Pipes Experience
sternwheeler with 150
your Catalytic Free capacity,

NEW CAR LOAN Io .Converters Custom .Estimates Quality -N- the steamboat other with is a 500 Hudson passenger River ca
Systems Products pacity. Steamboat Landing, 900E.
Blue Heron Blvd., Riviera
NEW AUTO LOAN RATE PricesAs Beach, FL 33404

377-6833 Low As $19.95 Theatre of the Sea
9.90 % APR
3412 N.E. 2nd Street Knowledgeable guides take youto
FREE ELECTRICAL CHECKS see Marine life, sea lions, and
10% down in cash, rebate or trade! With PurchaseAAMAC dolphins. Visitors are encouragedto
participate in the show, pet a
shark, and even get a kiss from a
Call 392-0393 S dolphin. The Swim with a Dol-

AlligatorAdvertising phin Program gives you the op-
portunity to jump in and swim
378-7676 with these marine mammals. The
CAMPUS, FEDERAL CREDIT UNION atre of the Sea, P.O. Box 407, '
508 NW 8th Ave. Islamorada, FL 33036; ((305)) 664-

2431.WESDAY .

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1 FURNISHEDHousing ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to 2br 1 11/2 ba townhouse, almost M/F/ for own room In nice house. Great 2400 BD MODEM $98
UFo 2br/1ba $175 College 1000aq It, w/d hookups. $350/mo. Eves location waterbed Included. $215 mo.
Available-1 blk to UF, coed co- Park Properties 371.7777 call 336-8954, days call Keven 376- Call Brad 378-0078 or 332.3427. 10-11- WORD PERFECT $135

'op, all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly 10-31-23-2 0200. 10124.4 3.5 CALL ELITE 335-1300.

parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. WALK 2 BLOCKS to campus 2 BR Eff. Need 1 female n/s for own bed Female Housemate needed! Share 2 br 11-1-33-6
117 NW 15th St. 377-4269.
only $275 until 1991. Inc. some utilities. room/bath/shower In 3bdr apt. Deposit nice house, great yard, semi-neat, resp
372-3060 KEY MANAGEMENT 10-12-5- taken care of. Call 372.1363 after 6 or Mlh-to mth $22S/mth/ total. Laura 373-

., FOR RENT: 2 leave msg. $180/mo/ + 1/3 utll. 10-15-5-4 4495. 10-11-3-5 PRODIGY
InvmtiwlnaulSmic"' "
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk CONDO IN SW: 2 BR 1 1/2 BA, Town Oak Forest- Own Rooml) Only
house. Breakfast bar hookups, pool. 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE 195mo.+1/3utll. Large furnished apt-un- Available at ELITE today. 3351300.
Pay only electric.' $450 KEY MANAGE. lurn. bedroom. 3bd/2ba great atmo
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR 270280.
MENT VILLAGE sphere. Avail. Now 336-8032. 10-12-10-6
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. 372-3060 10-12-5-2 Roommates available

Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. Reserve your room for fall. 2 looking lor 3rd to share 3000 sq It house RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- Super Clean 2br/lba duplex apt cent a/c Bus service to UF and SFCC w/pool. 250 nag + 1/3 utll call 3719087. for your dorm or apartment. We
76-2 heat fenced yard bike to UF, pet ok Furn or unfurn. $175-$250 per 10-9-1-5 deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave.
$330/moCall Sarah 375-3378 roommate/month MZ Prop Mgmt.Inc. 377-5265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 10-
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet 16-21-6
Realtor 3750207.
washer/dryer available In most units for SECURITY SYSTEM in this roomy SW 2 10-19-24-5 6 FOR SALE
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath BR duplex. Fenced cent air, near mall, MICRO/CENTER/ Computers 376-1146
$250-$375, sec & Imr. 3726422. 12-14- pets ok. $325 KEY MANAGEMENT 372- N/S F to rent own rm/blt'lln 2 story apt at TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk Editor's choice Hewlett Packard *
76.2 3060. 10-12-5-2 Greenwich Green. $233 mo. + 1/3 utllllles. drives, 2 (Mm cassettes, 2 Mm cannlsters. Northgate M/C Prices lower than
Call 3353110. 10-15-20-5 Factory reconditioned, unused (In past 2 mailorder. Systems below, Include 1mb,
INCREDIBLE Duplex apt for rent, for Ir kit, bath yrs. Perfect lor small typesetting jobs. 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor.
Efficiency Apt. ac/heat/ 3 blocks from UF, 1 bl off Unlv F n/s roommate In nice condo near Oaks Good machine lor small type shop. System MC 28612$948, MC 388... $1086,
Starting at $185 Ave. $250 monthly plus security. A frame Mall must like pets. Call 335-1934 leave Includes 3 rolls 8 In. RC Him & 8 font Northgat 386/20- $2499. Leading Edge
Starting' at $23512/ Bedroom also call 3381839. 10-15-5-2 message $235/mo + 1/3 util. furnished, disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd A ballery-
MEADOWCREST110NW39lh wash/dry, 10-0-10-5 373.9928 lor more Info. $1995.1 1 & 2 year warranties. Onslte war.
Ave BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS, newly refinished ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185..
378-3988 1 br, walk to UF, last one College A serious male student! for large 7 bedroom Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more HP Laser Jet lip- $987, 3743 W. University
375-3881 Park Properties 371-7777 upstairs apt. l60/mo. + 1/7 utll. + brands are all at our New Location! Car Ave. 12-14-52-6 10-15-5-2 deposit + lease. No pets. 1818 NW 3rd Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
Ave. 4959024. 10-12-10-5 2070. 12-14-788 Queen size WATERBED with bookshelf
"Check Our New
Specials"All 'MOBILE HOMES headboard, BLACK MICA. $190 obo
Amenities Available : LIBERAl* m/f/ roommate wanted to Crlmeetopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar 3717421. 10-9-5-6
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED share 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2 Detector, Infinity, Saneul, Sony,
Roommates Availabl.W.'re mile to UF, $150/mo + 1/2/ util. 372- Orion Bazooka Home or Car Stereo. Surfboards 6'4' 1 wk old $190, 8'8" $160
No.1REGENCY 1 5590. 10-19-15-5 We Beat All Prices 3733754. 12-14-76- 6'4's- $50+75, O'Neill full new $90

.. OAKS Farmsrentals from $260 Incl. 6 O'Neill spring $40, Alpine eq new $100,
378 5766 water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn Serious person to share spacious 3 bdr Mark 3739883. 10-10-5-6
3230 SW Archer Road main. Also some great buys. Quiet! Will house near Oaks Mall. Own bedroom ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering:

COUNTRY GARDENS take long term travel' trailers. 378-9291 own bath. Share 1/2 utll. $200mo.Ask Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, Couch, dining rm table w/6 chairs, big
373-4500 Open weekends too. for Jlnxiong' at 336-4571 or 392- Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar papasan chair, + more, $60 each. Call
2001 SW 16th Street 2676. 10-10-5-5 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-78-8 3322457. 10-0-4-6

: Female N/S needed to share 2 br 2 ba apt DISCOUNT HI-FI GUITARS Ovation 12-string wcase..
SPACIOUSONE In SW area $245 + 1/2 utilities. 335- $250 obo; Washburn cutaway 6-string w/
4 HOUSE/APT. 722 S. Main *) The Red Bldg.
case $225 obo Music Man 2 x 12 cabinet
ONLY $273/MO. WE ARE CHEAPER $125 Eric 3732295. 10-10-5-6
LYONS APT Studio For Rent 245 a month + utll and **HUGE Fully turn bdr/ba in 2/2/ avail 12-14-78-8
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 one week free rentl! Just 4 blocks northof nowBargain rate of $200 (from 312)) + DRUM SET for sale. Good Starter'Set.. UF Call 378-1675. 10115.4 aec/util.! 2nd fir cia to UF, pool, call 334- CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 15000. Call 3713778. 10-10-5-6

8593. 10-10-5-5 car truck or van will
any fully guaranteed
1 bed apt lor sublease (turn or unfurn, SPYGLASS- need female n/s for own demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes Laptop Computers. Tandy llOOfd $535.
WILLIAMSBURG VILLAGE, 3761253. bedroom/bath In 3 bedroom/3/ bath apt. Female needed for 2BR In Stoneridge. 10-19-38-6 Zenith Supersport286 w/ 40 MB, 2400bps
_0-12-19-2 $233/momh + 1/3/ utllltes. Call Erin at Spacious/ clean overlooks pool, sage. internal modem co-processor $2495 obo
392-3111 (day) or 335.4353 (apt) 10-12- $249/mth./ beginning January. Call Amyat 335.5398. 10-10-5-6
**Apartment near Shands, recently renovated 9.4 336-1390. 10-10-5-5 Waveless waterbed loaded, $250
2 bedroom, private backyard, 1st Gitan racing bike 21 1/2 It wt., $225 NEC Laptop, 20M, 3 1/2 drive, carry
month + damage deposit. Call 336-4575 1 bdrin furnished apt. In Pine Rush. Biking F to share 2bd/1/ 1/2 ba twnhse In SW Comey sofa $60, Dorm rug $25 case, battery, external RGB, Epson
or 3722959. 10-9-5-2 distance from UF $200/mo. leas area. $225/mo Fully furnished, wa/dry.. Call 3732128. All nag: 10-9-5-6 FX1050 wide, extensive business soft
(orig $279)) 3 mo. lease & has a/c. Must Call 335-6273. 10-12-7-8 ware. Call 8138859416. 10-12-5-6
Available 2 br near UF lease! Call 334-8748 or Ive. message. Fosgate Pro 15' speakers $350 obo digital
Cent afth water sewer paid $260/mo/ 10-9-4-4. LAKEWOOD- need n/s roommate to Pioneer eq. $115 obo, 5'H" Gee surf NEWII Exercise & weight training ma.
1805 SW 42nd St share 3/2 flat. Irg. scenic patio. board $100, 8'4 Autrey ft Natural Art chine. DP Gympac 3500 attachments..
Call 1-488-4047 after 8:00pm': Sublet 1 bedroom apt. 750 sqare feet Wash/dry./ Spacious. Feel sale-protec-' $75/ea. 373-9883 Doug 10-9-5-6 $150 call Sarah. 10-12-5-6 until July 1991. $329/mo./ Archer call 335-6477. 10-11-5-5
tlondog. Kathy
Woods. Call 3731571. 10-15-7-4 I __ ___ _____

2 Bdrm, 1 bath, central ac/heat, Quiet NW NS F to share Ig 3/2/ house In NW. C HA.P .
", Neighborhood, $400/mo 937 NW 25 Ave, 2 br1 1/2 bath condo In SW, avail. reler grad stu/professlonal.' NP.
3751959. 101052Use mid-October, 2 weeks free rent, no deposit $225/mo + util
w/in biking distance of UF, carpet Ruthe/Jeff 373-7210 eves/wkends. 10-
my depositl Available now thru Dec. blinds cent H4A, pool, laundry lac. avail. 11-5-5 PI KAPPA PHI
& renewable. Nice quiet 1 br apt near UF/ call for details 3355230. 10-11-5-4
shopping $225/mo./ 334-5639 evenings M/F wanted for own turn room In 3 br 3 ba
1095.2 Furnished one-bdrm apt one blk from UF poolside, condo, wash/dry, micro, convenient .
In the beautiful SW. $305/mo. October to UF, Must be neat, studious, but
LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI $250 free. Call Tim 372-7111 or drop by Colonial fun. $190/mo (negotiable). call Bob 336-
moves you In. Close to UF and Shands. Manor olc. 9 to S. 4015. leave message 10-9-3-5
3761248. 10-30-20-2
Beautiful 2 bedroom 1 bath apt Pool,' Female Roommate Needed Now IIKC
ALOHA GARDEN APTS. Have a New Jacuzzi, welghtroom, club house. $440. Spyglass
Year week Vacation at Daytona Beach on Call Diane (Iv. mes) 3757285. Roommate Call 335-4818
->uil 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 10- option.
Sublease large 1 f M/F roommate to .hare"3br/2.5ba townhouse -
Welcome Students 2 br apt Duckpondand bdbth unfurnished apt. Available Imme- at Casablanca W $210 mo + 1/3, <
2 br house In NW 26 Ave 325.00 dlatelyl Call Astrid 335.8471. 10-16-7-4 utilities, wa/dry Included. Call John 336-'.
month 373-5663 9 am to 6 pm 1010.42 4288. 10-11-5-5 i Gladly accepts
2br/1/ ba Unfurn apt thru 8/15 $420/mo 1 st ,
ONE MONTH FREE rent free. POINT' WEST Call 3770499.' F, n/s/ Roommate Wanted; Historic ,
..,Studios and one bedroom 10-12-5-4 Horn, Wood Floors, ceiling fans,
from $235 Walk to UF. College $180/mo. +' 1/2 ultilltes 371-7747. 10- the invitation
Park Properties 371.7777 103123.2 2 bedroom// bath In Woodland Villa*. 10-3-5 ,
No deposit required. October rent free. *
ONE MONTH FREE or security system. Monthly rent: $460. Call.332-2657 for, Own room In GREENWICH GREEN.
Villager West, central air' quiet more Info. 10125.4 Free cable ft water $218/mo + 1/3 utll. to SLUGFEST
cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street Call Karen or Chris. 10-12-6-5
from 16th Ave. 371.7777. Sublet IBR apt Pool, laundry, security, :
103123.2 Pew OK, near UF $290 per month 376'
Mature person wanted to share 2bd/2ba
9453 I-
1S condo In SW area close to .UF. W/D, 1991! '
2 quiet bd 2nd floor apts, porches, storage One br apt avail Nov 1 until July 31. 290 pool sec.iystem. $285/mo 4 utll. Call ,\ .
cent H/A. d/w, fans,, SW/Villas; per mo. Piccadilly. Call Bill 392-2370.-' evening 373.4503 or 3354731.1022. :'t" : -

$375,.water Incl;,,,33; 7q4 .1089.10: : ....."i'10-12-4-4 wW**,J .,.:>W"A.. ._'.*.",1'k' ..'':'' .:..





TO DENVER ORION 2 12 subs w/box/ crossover and 88 VW FOX .
a/c. power brakes, tinted windows TIX for GROWLand
12/23/90 Gainesville/Denver *SUNBELT MOVING*
175 watt Jensen
amp. 375.00obo. Call 4-speed, am/lm cassette, low
$150 one way OBO Brian 335-9642 Leave Message 10."- miles, runs great. $4500 or best offer HOMECOMING GAME Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.

call 374-8957 eveningsCANNONDALE Call 373-1749 10-9-6-9 call Kevin 335-5681 Iv message 10-11. 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng diet.
Guitar-$180** *CD stereo comp. 5.10 Llc/lns. Priced for Students) Marty 375-
53cm Shlmano 105
l50AAAACycling hel-$20 Need money, have to sell my baby. Red MOVE. 12-14-76-11
bar 3.0 frame
aero + original
comp Call Harry at 336-8506 for dtls 10. 76 Flat convertible. Excellent condition
excel. cond. trip computer. All lor 550 I 2.5-8 In DESPARATE need of Gator Growl and AAA STORAGE
awesome stereo system. $2500 obo. Homecoming game ticket. call 3348206.
obo. 338-7654 or 336-1472 leave
P85 Ruger 9mm pistol 4 15-shot clips + Call 374-9575. 10-15-5-9 10-12-6-10 Close to UF, Conv.ni.nt4x4x4

Drums- piece double bate kit. New case, call 371-9087 10-9-1-6 $15/mo/
Pearl bad pedals and pin tripe head. 1981 Ford Granada 4 dr, auto, a/c carburetor SIX AUBURN TICKETS WANTED. call 4x8x8 $30/mo
Includes all hard ware. $450 Call Chris 7 REAL ESTATEHome rebuilt, need valve job, still runs OK, 335-6688. 1093.10 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
335-5860. 10-11-5-6 $375, obo. 336-8121 after 5 pm 10-10- 12-14-76-11 1
6-9 $$$$$ I NEED GROWL $$$
CUSTOM COMPUTERS for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' $$$$$ COUPONSMII $$$ FREE*

286.12 w/1/ meg ram, graphics monitor Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell 1986 NISSAN 200SX black 5-speed. Please call Dee or Dave at Pregnancy Test
40 meg hard drive, 1 yr on-ilte $925 others your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds tinted windows, a/c cruise control, power 372-8179. will pay $$ll Leave mess. 10- Gainesville Women's
avail. 332-8333. 10-26-15-6 offer you the cheapest way to windows, loaded. Very nice. $5300 Call 11-5-10 HEALTH CENTER
keep your real estate in the public eye. 1-473-2951 720 NW 23rd Avenue

Edo Warehouses: recycables ant. col. Where else can you keep your property In NEED AUBURN TIX ((2 or 3)) 377.5055
lectables rugs desk bikes stereo lamps the market for as little as four dollars a 40 mpg 1985 Honda CRX. $4350 neg. Call Jenlca After 4 pm 334-8518. 10-10- ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
372-9718 430 NW 1 15. trombone variety day? To make It even easier, you can Call 3780498. 10-10-5-9 3.10 BIRTH CONTROL
place your ad over the phone; all you Gynecology Services
utilities drapes jeans + 10-11-5-6
need is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call 1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS pwr door 12-14-75-11 I

MOUNTAIN BIKE 4 sale' specialized 373-FIND today to place your ad. locks, 'seats wondows a/c/ auto, wht NEED4TENNTIX
/ ext/blue int. Exc condmust sell $5750 Call 336-4524 ASAP BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION) CS
hardrock component parts: xtra set
8 MOTORCYCLES obo 3345053. 10-10-5 10-10-3-10 Military tear gas & personal protection
slick tires priced to sell $260 Cory 332-
-9 Into. Keycham unit or home canisters
5925. 10-12-5-6 WANTED: 2 or 3 tickets to Florida Auburn
$17.95 each $2.50 shipping (checks ok,
MOPED REPAIR 84 Mazda RX-7 CS. a/c am/fm cass. game. Call 375.6824 leave mes Visa/MC phone orders) Sent immedi-
29 gal Aquarium complete wunder Precision Small Engine. Pickup ft Delivery Ssp. 71k $6000. Great Cond. Call Michelle sage. 10125.10 atelyl Sallie Cain Action Seminars, 8141
tiller filter hood stand & Fish
gravel power
available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, 375-4006 Please Ive, Baton
mess. 10-9- Parkforest Rouge LA 70816 or call
$125 obo Also 10 gal wsame/ Call 332- across from Alley Katz 336-3825. 10-31. 4-9 WANTED: up to 8 tickets for FLORIDA 504-751-0495
5266 ask Jim. 10-10-3-6 GEORGIA. Call Wanda collect 0-489-

1985 Yamaha RZ-350 Exc cond. Racing I 1978 PORSHE 924 sunroof 4 speed 0584. 10125.10 Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional
Excellent Trek 400 road bike for sale. kit Inc exhaust. Very fast) Last of 2-
2500.00 1988 ISUZU I-MARK 5 speed care in peaceful surroundings.Daily .
Hardly ever used. Great condition. stroke street. Yellowblk $1350. Ray stereo $1800.00 462-2381 days 375- Want to make a quick $100? Sell me 4 turnout grooming and TLC. 462-
Shlmano compon. $350 o.b.b. call 375- 335-9312 m.. 10-11-10-8 1790 eve 10-9-4-9 Auburn tixl Desperately needed! Will 5127. ,,11-2-40-11
0219 today. 10-12-5-6 negotlaiel l 372-0723. 10-10-3-10

9 AUTOS 80 VW diesel Dasher 40mpg, atilt engine SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS/ FOR COLLEGE
Air ticket: one way GainesvilleTampaLos exc cond $1750. Call Smitty at NEED 4 AUBURN TIXFor Are available! Millions go unclaimed

Angeles, US Air. Leave Gaines 3:50: 1988 FIERO SE, black sunroof 56,000 373-3060 ((8am-6pm) or Penny 334-5881 yearly 18003343881.
pm 11-1, arrive Tampa 4:40pm: reach LA original miles. In perfect condition. Must (wkends/eves). 10-10-5-9 alumni. Call 3776167. 10-11-4-10 11-19-50-11,
8pm. $160 obo 334-5289. 10-12-4-6 sell- best offer. Call 3775528. 10-9-4-9
ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW Problems In Math? Then call Greg at
RATES low payments, fast drive- Help Dutchmen see Americana wanted 2, 3778308. Professional Tutoring offered
thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 pref. 3 tixs Auburn game will pay well at only $12. per hour. 10-9-5-11
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited 377CARS. WE CARE. 10-18-10-9 377-4929 (eve) 10-9-5-10

Personal Protection, tear gas pocket
by Trude Michel Jaffe Ford Escort 1986, A/C. AM/FM radio WANTED Urgent Volvo 2dr GLT 1984 or sized $13.95. Great gift LCM 2841 A
Good Condition. Call Jeff at 376-6875 thereabouts lor hall hr photograph Will Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl.
after 5 10-11-5-9' pay Call Immediately 3758710. 10-9-5- 33406. 103126.11
ACROSS 4 Yale alumni 37 Molybdenite 51 Caravan pm. 10

1 Houston eleven 5 Written and bauxite 53 Pilot's
1983 Toyota Tercel') 5-speed, 2-door/hb,
7 Trudge acknowledge40 Cong maneuvers 115k ml., new tires and paint, runs fine Needed 2 Growl Tlcketi/Coupons will pay BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
11 Tear ment 41 D.C. 55 Catch but clutch Is going $1250/obo, 3363997. top $$$. Call 335.2320 anytime, Leave
14 Like a Shetland 8 Mortimer regulatory 56 Mah-Jongg 10-9-3-9 message. Richard. 109310NEED4TENN.TIX
15 Dark-red 1233 NW 10th Ave.
7 Positive body piece 372-1664
pigment quantity 43 Rode a luge 57 Living quarters 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door MC/VISA/lnsurance

18 "- ManAnswers" 8 Race circuit 45 Type of hydrate 58 "- a Song..." locks, seats, windows, a/c auto, wht Free Pregnancy Test
9 for 47 Toward shelter 59 ext/blue Int. Exc cond- must sell $5750
Endorses Strange Prefer 4 together. Call 371-9631 Member
Obo 334-5053. 10-12-6-9
17 Tempt short 48 Tiny 61 Corrida shout 10-10-4-10 National Abortion Federation

18 Draws attention 10 Specifics 50 Lucifer 62 Finish first Mazda RX7 tan, 1984 leather Int., 70K 12-14-53-11

to oneself 11 Football ml., strong & fast new tires 5 speed. 11 SERVICESNW
20 Puddings: and lineman ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: $5900 obo. 374-9590 ask lor Max. excel ** *CAR DETAILERS** *

pies 12 "- Pretty" nnnn nnnn nncinrannn cond. 10-19-10-9 Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave Handwash & Handwaxl Armor-All
22 Fire remains 13 Old-fashioned nnnn nnnn near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from tlres/dashl/ ) Vacuum! Only $20.00 Ig.
IS IT TRUE..JEEPS FOR $44 THROUGHTHE cars $5 ex. 4 appnt. 373-6959. 10-12-5-
23 Altar words 19 Concerning $20, 10% disc to students. 3328917.
24 Fragile 21 Plaything EON N K E 504-649-5745 EXT. 23115. 10-9-1-9,

26 Mint 24 Melancholy 0 N SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification
30 Christmas Eve 25 Splits apart SACRIFICEI! 1982 Toyota Starlet 5-sp. Get confidential testing and treatment at Exam *FTCE* Only $26.95 Send
Item 26 Quick pull D E N D R new tires a1c. $1600 good condition.Call PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. check/money/ order to: Teachers Support
32 Occurrences 27 Eye portion W cinnnnn 376-0912 or leave message. 10-12- 12-14-76-11 Services Box 2585 Apopka, FL 32704 ph

34 Sisters 28 Football C D BET S 4-9 407-889-8469. 11-2-20-11

35 Numero lineman nnnnn nnnnnnnn 1983 Dodge Mirada. 61k miles, all luxury ** GATOR MOVING ** lyengar Style Hatha Yoga. Weekend
38 Umps' kin 29 USNA grad R E A N E R NIA E S all power. Cold a/c new tires, auto. Great Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing/ 1- Workshop wSharon Reltor Oct 1214.

39 Uke some 31 Military nnnnn i innnnn shape, $1900 obo. 371-7726 after 5pm. Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves./ Long dls. Beginners welcome. Call Florida School
college walls subdivisions nnnnn nnnnnnn 10-15-5-9 Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76- of Massage 378.7891. $65 paid In advance

41 Impartial 33 Beverly of A N R 11 or $15 per class. 10-12-4-11

42 Krazy opera fame 1969 Volks Bug with 1974 engine good
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43 Skirt feature 36 Pleasant working order, $1700. Call 375-0300 evenings SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons TYPING
44 Not common nnnn nnnn 378-2501 days. 10-11-3-9 boarding woodser facilities *
hay rides parties sales' working
46 Sears Tower 12 SERVICES
10/9/90/ students accepted. 466-3224 375-8080.
adjective 1985 Oldsmobile Calais, 2dr pw, ps, ac, 12-14-76-11
49 Where the Styx am/fm/ call., tint cruise control, exc. Typing reports business A legal A
flows cond. Asking $4500, neg. Call Leo 37T- COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships resumes cassettes transcribed A appll- '*
50 Most vapid 15 7865 after 6pm leav. mess. 10-15-5-9 ) College Scholarship Locators pob cations A letters A notary *.tc. Available

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54 Moved In a Hunter Showbarn
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55 Suave glib Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine Ing, working students accepted. Farrell Continued on next page.ByDoyhlStifMckv .
person Jewelry 373-9243. Farms 472-3142 10-9-30-11

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10pm school nighti. Typing starts 01.50pg reliable van or pick-up truck and be available companies that recruit on campus. Jumpstart Amazing recorded message reveals detail Plaza In the Mini-Mall next to
Resume $8 Sell service from 5 a,m. until II a.m. Monday your Job hunt. Contact College recruiters *. Call 24 hour 1-202-310-3336 dept. Cinema ft Drafthous we give cash
resumes $2.50/hr ,15/page./ Laser through Friday. Must have excellent driving today. Writ to C.A.S., 652 W. 1003. 10155.13 for good used tapes ft CDs to call
t typeset graphic spell check theses record and valid Florida driver li Palm Ave. Placenpla, Ca. 92670. 11-21- 335-3665 or bring your stuff In,
papers special character employment cense.. Pay per route plus mileage. SO-13 STUDENTSHIRING 10-16-10-14
databases A mailmerge training. Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 I West
12-14- $75 volunteer to OUTDOOR SALES REP EARN FUNDRAISING Earn $10.000 + lor your
WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. Avenue. Ask lor the route Paying to qualified participate
$8-15 per hr. Working evening 16-20 hrs organization, church, club or school. We
52-12 In new drug study lor the treatment
driver application.Action/Equal No call Opportunity, pleas Em Affirmative of Jock Itch (fungus of groin), call per wk. Must like to sell. Call Mark Allierl handle the product you make the money
331-5379. 12-12-63-13 373-3281 or 3743207. 10-9-3-13 4072902998. 10-10-6-14
Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable ployer.

service. Reasonable rates INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED CIA, US Ball I I. looking for exp. cook apply In
Laser printer. 377-8175 III 00pm.: 12- AVON 375.8987
person at 1718 W University Upstairs
Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. List-
14-76-12 Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
Benefits Insurance. 12-14-76-13 Ings. ((1)) 60S 667-6000 Ext. K-9486. 11am-2pm 1010.313 Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator./ Great
BE ON T.V. many needed for commercial prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
...RESUMES*** Phone survey work part-time flexible eve *. Now hiring all For casting Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Av*. 1
Complete & ft wkd hrs $4.25/hr/ bonuie Callor
writing development ser guar + block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15
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vices. Resume House 3718148. 12-14. top by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave Guess you needs jobl)
78-12 3724026. 10-10-18-13 Little Ceaaars Pizza offer 0-1-13 Natural Food and Vitamin
great career opportunities.We Blrkenitock Sandals.Sunflower .
open one store a day nationwide. FAST
Health Foods
Typmg/Wordprocessing. WordPerfect EARN $35This We provide paid-on-going training lor FUNDRAISING
5.1 1, quality work, fast result, low rate, career development.We PROGRAM 87 SW 341h St. 372.7482
dependable p.r.onal..rvlce. Tara 332- week foryour blood plasma donation your $1000 In week.
Just one
match our jobs to
your PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate
r, 1469. 12-14-78-12 with this" ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZED skills abilities and level Earn up to $1000 for your .
test result from a reliable source
allow donate in 1/2 the
system you to ol experience.Make campus organization. Plusa
Typing .* Typsettlng .* Resumes time! Study while you donate or watch your decisions count! At chance at $5000 morel 12-14-76-15
From $1.50 pg 917 NW 13 St. video Free Parking. Gainesville Donor Little Caesars you don't even This program worksl' No
Center. Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378- have to knock at the door of Investment needed. Call
WCS. Inc. 373-9822 String saleGamma' Prince, Head, WI..on.yn -
9431 M-Th 8-7 Fri 8-5 Sat 82. 12-14-67-
1-800-932-0528 Ext. 50.
opportunity, because It's
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already open! EZ Tennis, we don't match price- we
Apply at Butler Plaza Little Ceasar 10- PART-TIME CHRISTIAN EDUCATOR
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Typesetting A* ..College Student needed Immediately, 8-5-13 19hrs/wk $6/hr. Application deadline Oct.
resumes reports a letter a etc. lor exciting outdoor job. 15. Send resume or apply In person to:
friend about EZ Tennis. Our
378-5465 3500 W. Univ. Ave. .'Ideal College Hour 4:30.8:30: : ENTREPENEUR? TYPE "A* PERSON- Grace Presbyterian Church c/o Christian your
reputation li bated on quality product,
Alachua Word Processing 121478.12 Exc. Earnings Potential $!$15.$50/day Education Coordinator Search Committed
ALITY? EARN UP TO $4000. friendly service at everyday low, low
Have Fun Meeting New People Gain management experience on-cam- 3146 NW 13th St. Gainesville FL prices. 10191015The
Put it In writing. Fast accurate, reliable. Call Frank at 338-3121.. 10-10-15-13 pus. 32609. Job description available at
Masters in English will correct spellingand Set your own hour Earn from $2,000- church office 376-5654. 10155.13 only part of your r.cqu.llhal touchesthe
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FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC T-Shlrt Sale! Featuring Nike, Prince, Wilson ELECTRONICS PLUS 2026 SW 34 St. SNORKELING I Oct. 12-14. Incl) Coming Out Day. Gays & Lesbians
Serving UF since 1877 Head, Le Coq Sporlll, Rublke'...all phone 3713223. Electronic parts, IC's, transport boat, equlpt, 2 niter motel at wear blue Jeans Oct.11 1 to show your
Most t Insurance accepted shirts 30% off EZ Tennis 3722257. 10- Diodes, Transistors project boxes, Islamorada In the Keys. S5/stud true color! Act Upl 10-11-3-16
2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. 19-10-15 cable. 10-15-5-15 $60/non-stud./ Come by 330 Rent Unionto
Dr. Steven Schargel sign up, or call 392-1655. 10-10-5-16 17 NOTICESMeeting
373-7070 B 4 U buy shoes racquets, t-shirts or A search for atoning blood
12-14-76-15 string your racquet, consider the tennis For an inspirational message SINGLE DAD tall, nice looking athletic,
authority In Q'vllleEZ Tennis 34 St Dial 378-3359. 10-12-4-15 with five year old, seeks a woman who scheduled? Luncheon planned?
**GET A GRIP** Plaza. 10-19-10-15 likes picnics. Box 24171 Gnsvllle 32602 Let everyone know what's happening by
Call ACTS 378-7105 FORMALS-2 modern dresses, size 8-10. 10-11-5-16 placing a classified adl
The Spirit-filled At EZ Tennis, our prices are not as good from designer bridal shop. Perfect condition
Campus Ministry as other stores- they are better! Our service Over 1/2 off. Only $100. Colleen WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. 18 RIDES
12-14-76-15 Is not as coolIt's definitely, cooler! 378-9289. 10-9-1-15 ... Beat J&L 371-GEMS. 10-12-23-16
At EZ Tennis, everybody Is so me- $45 Miami
r/t WPB/Pomp./ $30 one way.
SKYDIVE body...Periodllf' 372-2257 Join the Birthday Club & receive thousands Best Jewelry A Loan 6 yrs of weekly Fri/Sun/ bus trips Pets
Skydive with The Wlllliton Skydivers of $ as free gifts. Send sass for Largest Pawnshop In Townl! ok, pkg. transported GMG trans 336-
336-7870. 12-14-73-15 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? free Information to Box 712 G/vllle FL 371.4367 70263052683788. 11-5-30-18
Get .p.claillud.nt discounts on exams 32602 call 332.5228 10-12-5-15 BUY SELL LOANPAWN

OKINAWAN KARATE-.true tor Hal and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. 10-12-23-16 If your Rickshaw Is getting a little creaky,
Clarendon will dellnlntely get you In.hap. HOOD. 377-0881 12-14-76-15 16 CONNECTIONSGAY find a ride here In the Rides section I
.. Old strong style contact 377- SALE SALE SALE
0413101210.15 Permanent Hair Removal
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for ? BI? QUESTIONING? TV'S $25 ft up,VCR's $85 ft up 19 PETS
RAY-BANSI Best Prices Immediate Delivery Info about the PERMANENT removal of GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hra CD players $79 ft up. Gold $10 ft up
Call 24 HRS For Free Catalog. unwanted facial ft body hair. 3744307. Info/Referral/Consultation 12-14-76-16 Best Jewelry ft Loan 371-4367. Werewolf lor sale? Dwarf Bunny supply
((703)) 3511.g81g. 10-12-20-15 12-14-76-15 10-12-23-16 Increasing ju.t. little too fast? Sell your'
ATTENTION: Student Loans on any- Furry Friends fast with a classified!
YESI THE BEST..CAR ALARMS + STUDENTS GET CASH! thing!! No one refused with good collat WE BUY AND PAWN
THE DRIVER'S SIDE For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's eral. Best Jewelry a Loan Pawnbroker. Gold ASIIverADiamonds*Jewelry ADORABLE BUNNY Free to loving home.
607 NW 13 ST *371-8190 3721226.211 W.Univ.Ave.-next to Central 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371.4387. 10-12-23- Rolex TV'sStereos*VCR's Gray/tan long-haired, great personality.Call .
109-10-15 City. 12-14-76-15 16 TOP CASH PAIDII 374-9760. 10-11-3-19
Best Jewelry ft Loan 371-4367
BASEBALL CARDSBUYSELLTRADE SAVE ON YBANS When you're stuck out In OZ 10-12-23-16 Dog lover wanted to care for male and
and you need cash to get home, female keeshonds 10-yrs. old. 'Indoor
University Opticians click your heels three times I will Call Ann 373-
1856M-Falt5, S4S 10-5. 10.12.12-15 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 and think of Best Jewelry & Loan. THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave 7771 pets. 0-5. pay expenses.
12-14-76-15 10-12-23-18 372-6724. Old esoteric books; astrology
AIM TO LIVE minerals ft ..
readings, crystals, more.
Basic Pistol Instruction GOLD GOLD GOLD 10-22-10-16 20LOST & FOUNDFinders
Firearm ft Survival Advisor UMBRO SHORTS... We buy your old GOLDIII
Weston McDonell 466-4094. 10101015 for a huge selection of the hottest shorts ?
$WE PAY CASH I Computer-286 3 1/2 5 1/4 drives
around, check ouf Lloyd Clarke Sports- 371-4387 Best Jewelry' ft Loan 40Meg hard drive 768K Built-in graphics, If you find something, you can place a
we've got'em all. 1504 NW 13 St. 10-12- 10-12-23-16 monitor, printer, cables ft software $800 FREE ad In this section. Be kind to someone
FREE SPRING BREAK TRIPI JAMAICA! 4-15 371-6741 alt5. 10-16-10-16 who lost what you found. Call 373-

BAHAMASI! Sell trips on your,campus 27 yr old SWM, enjoys buying gold, cashing FIND.
and earn a tree trip/ cash for our..If. GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI checks & making loans. Looks for
Call Four Seasons 1-800-331-31361 1800 Gun Inventory discreet rel. Best Jewelry ft Loan. 371- WITNESSES of the Band Shell arrest on LOST: Brown wallet lost at or near Butler
10-10-5-15 Over 500 handguns In stock 4367 10-12-23-16 Friday please call Guy 3711855. 10-9- Plaza on Tuesday 10-2 Please Call Pedro
Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair 5-16 335-7894. 10-12-5-20

Aerobicwear Sale Reloading Harry B.ckwllh Supplies, Gun 466-3340 Dealer EZ Loans Hotline.with approved Your collateral.Buddy Richardwill Call EYE-EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease LOST: Beaded necklace with crystal at
Save 10-50% on aerobic-wear featuring 8 mi. South of G'ville on 441 the treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. or near O'Connell Center on 103. Call
of Best Jewelry ft
Marlka.We appreciate your business) Also Indoor pistol range Loan. Cash care for you.anything. 371-4367. B.ckum.optom.trl.t. 917 W Univ Ave. 377-5305. 10-9-2-20
Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13 St. 10- Handicap faellltlee 376-1288. 10-31-20-16
124.15 10-10-2-15 10-12-23-16 FOUND: Set of keys at Library West on
10-3. Call Bill to ID: 371-4073. 1011320 -

THEATRES There Is A Difference1!!
LOST: Set of diving fins and booties near
OAKS MALL 10 .. DAILY T1M-UTE SHOW 011 iffrrq'BARGAIN Murphree Area 10/3./ If found please call ,

OAKS EAST OAKS 4 WEST FOUND: Set of keys with Beta Theta Pi
331-8818 115101 OAK MALE ADJACENT TO MALI 1 MARKED FOR DEATH (R) PACIFIC HEIGHTS (I) key ring at Digger's in the Holiday Inn on
331-8118 IN OAKS PL A1A 1:30: 4:00: 7:25: 9:45: 12:15: 1:15 3:45: 7:15: 9:50: 12,15NOPASSES : Sept. 20. Call 376-1661 to Identify.
.(TLS >.00 0 13.00)7) 7.30.-45
STATE OF CMC (*) FANTASIA (C) FOUND: Business Calculator In a
(TL84U: 0 MOO). 7:15,10.00: (TLS 2:00, 5:00: 9 S3.00)), 7.45 GOOD FRIAS (R) POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE (R) Matherly classroom on 8/4. Call Richard
fLATUNEUK) FUNNY ABOUT LOVE (PC-U) :45 1:00 10:00 1:20: 3:45: 7:25: 9:45: 12:15: M334-7759. 10-11-3-20
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(TLS 6 20. M.00)). SOO, 10:ISDAMMANR
with loose clasp lost on 10/15 at CSE or
TLS 1:30,5:30013.00),8.15: )
7M.SU GOOD FEUAS(R) GPA. Please call 371-3337, REWARD offered -
: 1:25: 3:040: 7:30: 9:50: 12.15 1:3S: 4:00: 1:3S 9:40: 12:15: .
:w.wrl: (PC)l (TLS 115: 4.45 0 $3.00)),.100 10-12-4-20
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PRESUMED INNOCENT (R) FOUND: Woman's Gold watch near Law
(TLS 4.SO# M 00)), 720. 1005 GHOST ("1)) HARDWARE (R) School on 10/2. Call to ID 373.7968 or
1 ime* Shown For Monday Thru Thursday 1:15: 4.00 7:0S: 9:040: 12:15: 1:40: 3:53: 7:35: 10:00: 12:15: leave message. 10-11-3-20

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delinquent foreclosures Call ((805))
ALL MOVIES IN STEREO SOUND 682-7555, Ext. H.2004 for repo list in

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WALT DISNEY WORLD Co.; Representatives Will be on campuson Review Course Presents:

Thursday, October: II. 1990.


Management Internship. (January-May) Individuals will be
Merchandise Tues., Oct. 9, 6:10: p.m.
part of a Management team actually operating :
locations: or Attractions within either the Magic Kingdom Park. Holiday Inn

EPCOT Center or Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park. 1250 W. University Ave.

The program Is open to all !students l In the Schools of Business! Drawing for FREE; tuition .'

Management and Recreation, Travel and Tourism with

anticipated graduation In April '91,August! 91 or December: : 91. Refreshments providedFor

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION There'are ways'to reduce the risk of HIV

regarding this opportunity, infection as well as health procedures follow more info: ((904)) 398-9727

.interested students should
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I I Gators volleyball.. team faces FSUBy I Two advance in doublesThe I

HUGH HENCKEN The Gators have lost seven of the Gators with inspired play. UF men's tennis team finals,as did Doug Proudian and
Alligator Writer their last eight matches, but UF Legall led the Gators this weekend dominated doubles competitionat Bruce Haddad;the fourth seed.
coaching consultant Mary Jo Peppier with 28 kills and 34 digs in matches the Southern Collegiate
said the team's morale is high."We're with Duke and Georgia. Championships in Athens, Ga., The final match has been
The UF volleyball team faces a this weekend. moved to Wednesday at 2 p.m.
tough FSU squad tonight in the doing okay, we're focus- FSU comes into the match with and at UF's Varsity Courts so the
UF's Finnegan Jeff
Florida Gym at 7 p.m. The match ing on our good points, Peppier four straight victories. The Seminoles players won't miss classes.
was moved from the O'Connell said."We just have not learned howto ((12-6)) are led by Maggie Mager, the tournament's top-
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II UF ninth in AP poll, catapults ahead of FSU I IUFs

rise from mediocrity to and FSU, the Gators are now one
national power reached a new pla- of only eight unbeaten and untied r 4
teau Monday as the Gators NCAA Division I teams.

reached ninth in the latest Asso- UF joins Virginia, Oklahoma, fdrkAPW
ciated Press Top 25. UF receivedone Houston, Nebraska, Indiana,
first-place vote. Georgia Tech and Wyoming as
UFs 34-8 victory over Louisiana the only teams with perfect re-
State Saturday, coupled with cords.

Florida State's loss to Miami, cat- It's only the second time since
apulted the Gators past FSU in the 1969 the Gators have started the

rankings. The Seminoles are season at 5-0. Two seasons ago,
tenth. UF cruised to a 5-0 record and
then lost consecutive games to
Ginn Memphis State and Vanderbilt.Ear .

NOTEBOOK; plugs, please
When the Gators meet No. 5
Tennessee ((3-0-2)) in Knoxville

The 5-0 Gators, who wereNo. this Saturday, they're likely to be
10 last week, have 1,017 pointsout faced with the noisiest crowd so
of a possible 1,200. Eighth- far this season and the fans
ranked Notre Dame is well aheadof won't be rooting for UF.

the Gators with 1,122 points. The showdown, which will be

The gap between UF and FSU televised by ESPN at 7:30: p.m., is
isn't so large, though. FSU sits 20 the Volunteers' homecominggame.
points back with 997. The rank Tennessee officials are ex- UF Shane
quarterback Matthews leads the Southeastern Conference in passing yardage with I
ings are determined by votes pecting'a sellout crowd of almost 1,485, an average of 297 yards a game. I
from sportswriters around the 92,000 at Neyland Stadium.

country. At least one player doesn't Numbers, anyone? are second in the SEC in scoring leads the SEC with passing yard-
UF is unranked in the United think the loudness of the home-
offense with 32.2 points a with 1,485 yards.
Press International poll of college coming crowd will be a big factor If statistics are any indication, game. age
the game could be close The Volunteers are second in the Gators tailback Errict Rhett is
coaches because the school is on for the Volunteers."I a one.
NCAA Tennessee leads the Southeastern SEC in scoring defense, giving up second in the SEC in rushing
probation. don't feel it's advan-
really an
14.2 yards a game this season.
Conference in
scoring offense yardage with an of 89
Meanwhile, Michigan has tage," said senior tight end Kirk average
with 41.6 while UF leads .
points, yards
taken over APs top spot after Kirkpatrick."They'll be pumpedup UF quarterback Shane Mat- per game.Tennessee
the SEC in defense allow-
losses by No: 1 Notre Dame and because its their homecoming, scoring thews is rated second in the SEC tailback Tony ..
ing 10.4 points
No. 2 FSU. but we're pumped up too. It's a game. and 11th nationally in passing, Thompson leads the SEC in rush-
With the losses by Notre Dame going to be a heated contest." At the same time, the Gators with a rating of 140.75. Matthews ing with 101 yards per game.

Whatever happened to... .

I Spurrier's former Gators teammate Larry SmithBy 1

MATT ADAMS the all-time rushing list. He ran for 24 touch round by the Los Angeles Rams. He gained sity. UF asked Smith recently to join the

Alligator WriterIt downs, fourth on the UF chart. 1,908 yards rushing and 1,039 receiving Master's of Business Advisory Committee,
"It was a great experience -I I loved it," during his five years with Los Angeles. and he accepted.
was a football player's dream. Smith said. "It was a great time and I thinkI Smith then moved to the Washington Smith and his wife Melissa live in Tampa
UF trailed Miami 10-7() at Florida Field in I learned quite a bit. Some of my professors Redskins for one year. Injuries forced him and have three children,Annesly, 16,Anderson -
1968 when senior fullback Larry Smith tooka might not agree, but I think I learned a lot." to retire after the 1974 season. 12 and Will, 6.

handoff from six yards out and plowed into As a sophomore, Smith was paired with "It was a different game,"Smith said.The "It's kind of hard to talk about my playing
the end zone for the winning score.It Steve Spurrier, then a senior quarterback.Smith guys were a lot faster, a lot stronger. But it days," Smith said. "It was so long ago. You
was the last down he ever,played for gained 747 yards that year, and prob- was still fun." get busy raising a family and working on a
the Gators. ably will be remembered for his 94-yard run At UF, Smith learned more than football. career, and all that kind of falls into perspec
"That was a nice memory 'to walk away in the 1967 Orange Bowl. After his rookie season in the NFL, he came tive."
from Florida Field with," Smith said. "It was sort of a lucky fluke," Smith said. back to UF and got a degree in business. In Smith says he's happy his old backfield
Few running backs'' have achieved the They crowded the line and Graham McKeel 1975, he received a master's from UF. He partner has taken over the Gators. Spurrier, -
status Smith did in his three years at UF.In just flattened one guy. I broke through and also earned a law degree from Stetson Uni- Smith says, is a natural-born leader.
1968, he became the fifth back in Southeastern there was no one there to stop me." versity. "You just knew he was going to make it,"
Conference history to earn All-SEC hon- Smith was named Most Valuable Player Smith is a lawyer now,practicing commercial Smith said, "You always knew he was goingto
ors three consecutive years. after finishing the game with 187 yards., law at Hill,Ward&Henderson in Tampa.He take you down the field and score when
He finished UF with 2,186 yards, fifth on In 1969, Smith was drafted in the first keeps up with the Gators and the univer- you needed it."

I UPI ooll shuffled with tons teams losingUnited SEC Standings

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.*. the earliest point in a season a team votes. Louisiana Tech this past weekend OF 1.0.1 5-0 3-0 34Auburn 1 '
International with a loss had become No. 1. The The University of Miami, com- 16-14, held its same No. 6 rankingas Tennessee 1.1).1 3-0.2
NEW YORK f off its home victory last week. The Tigers received George 1.1 3.2
Michigan, k.-!% UPI ratings began in 1950. ing big over MIII.'WI 1-1 4.1
Ing advantage of losses by Notre ;"I'd be the happiest guy in the FSU 31-22, moved up four spots to''I f'i three-first place votes despite Vanderbilt 1-1 1.3
Dame and Florida State vaulted No. 4, receiving four'first-place-; needing a 30-yard field goal in the lSU 1-2 3 2
!world if it were Jan. 2" said Michigan H Alabama 1-2 2-3
past Nebraska Into the top position "' Coach Gary Moeller, already votes. ,;(closing.seconds to beat Louisiana Kentucky 1).1 1.4Miss.
Sunday in the.United Press .. \ Tech... 81 0.2 22..
International 'fin; long meetings to. prepare for Despite allowing Auburn t to''
colleg football ratings. 'Michigan State next week come back from a 26-9 deficit two Rounding out the top ten are No.

The Wolverines used a 41-3 victory JS"? Michigan received 22 of 56 first- weeks ago and force a 26-26 tie, 7 Notre Dame,upset losers to Stan- at Tennessee Sa1urdey'GamesOF
over,Wisconsin t to move up::f votes cast by the 59memberBoard the University Tennessee ford, No.: 8 Florida State,-No. 9 Auburn 9 Vanderbilt .
three pta e\, outpolling an uneWP place of Coaches and '.:finished vaulted ahead of the Tigers and Brigham Young and No.: 10 Southern Mill.MIssISsippi State It at Georgia Kentucky
feated Nebraska received one tirst-placevote. No. 5 California *
squad in the latest with 745 of a possible 840 points.No. .
balloting will face UF this week-
by the. UPI Board of 2 Nebraska received 16 first- Tennessee .
Coaches. place votes and 717 points,and No. end at 7:30: p.m. in Knoxville. UF is not considered for the poll

Michigan's ascension marked 3 Virginia received 10 firstplace Auburn, which barely defeated because of its NCAA probation.r .



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