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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 32 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1990 \
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State saves most Summer A classesMartinez .r t




and the Cabinet OK budget plan ; UF officials pleasedBy '}'t' ,. ,\
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MIKE BRUSCELLand discussing how lottery money will benefit ing the Cabinet's decision, but not sur- t.,"' I

state schools."If prised."It The Meal Plan
DEBBIE CENZIPER
we didn't have it, there'd be fewer looks much better,"Sorensen said. "I I
Alligator Staff Writers people working..I! think you should be feel great about it." Players eat

TALLAHASSEE .Gov. Bob Martinezand thankful we've got the reserve," Martinez But not all of the money will go straight !

the Cabinet passed a plan Tuesday back to UFs colleges, he said. Some will

morning that officials say could save 80 said.State Education Commissioner Betty be held in reserve until spring, a safeguard in !

percent of UF's Summer A classes (from Castor, along with the Board of Regents, against further budget reductions, he said. quantity ,

budget cuts. recommended using the lottery money and Sorensen said he's working with stu- I

The plan, which Cabinet aides recom- expressed thanks for its availability. The dents, faculty and administrators to come

mended Friday, reduces the total amountof board is the 13member panel that sets up with a list of the most needed classes, not quality i ia

money UF must remove (from its 1990-91() policy for the state's public universities. especially those for graduating seniors, to

budget to about $4.2 million Along with money from a state emer- save this summer.

All nine state public universities must gency fund, the lottery money will help Student Body President Michael Browne This is the third story in a five-part series t

return about 2.5 percent of their budgets. preserve the spring and summer classes of said he is gathering his Academics Cabinet, on the advantages and disadvantages of being \
The cut came after Martinez ordered all the nine schools."It other Student Government officials and stu- a UF football player.
state agencies to trim budgets because of hasn't been done completely, but it dents from honor societies to review sum- \
When UF offensive linemen Cal Dixon
diminished tax returns has been done," Cas- mer courses and make recommendationsto I
and Hesham Ismail sit down
for dinner
,
said of the state's
and a sluggish econ- tor Sorensen. !
don't expect leftovers.For .
any
u efforts to save Coming to a general agreement among
'
omy.At 'F administrators will those football players, an average ;
first Martineztold classes. students won't be a problem, Browne said.
meal is baked chicken breasts bowls
agencies to trim 5 still have to send $4.2 Castor also advo- Required classes, courses for graduating of noodles seven, mashed potatoes and rice,, a I
percent,but education cated greater flexibil- seniors and most large lecture classes will
officials (found trust million of the 1990-91 ity for'state be left intact, he said, while prerequisitesand salad, bread and seven glasses of water.If .
the athletes dined at the all-you-can-eat
fund money to help back universities to trans- electives will be first on the chopping
budget to cafeteria in Hume Hall, that meal would
and
ease the loss. Even fer money help block.
with that extra breath- Tallahassee. decide what to cut "My most important emphasis will be for cost $4.50. On an average of two meals per
day, that would be a total of$1,053 for a se
ing room, one Cabinet from their budgets. those students who need to get into the real mester.

member was dis- Putting purse world after Summer A," Browne said.
But those linemen and all other scholar-
mayed by the use of Florida Lottery moneyto strings in the hands of school administrators Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean Willard
ship athletes don't have to about
cushion university budgets."It is a plan strongly supported by UF Harrison said he already met with depart- ing for their gargantuan feasts.worry At the pay-
should be that lottery funds are en- President John Lombardi! and Provost An- ment heads in his college to discuss where
Roberts Dining Hall in Yon Hall, the desig-
hancing education," Treasurer Tom drew Sorensen. But Tuesday, Sorensen's the greatest scheduling needs will be. nated private eating area in UFs athletic
said. "I'm not comfortablewith attention focused on the Tallahassee first is to
Gallagher just was Harrison said the priority ac-
dormitory, athletes are given three all-you-
doing this year after year. meeting. see Budget, page 4 can-eat meals each day as part of their schol
But Martinez_chided Gallagher for not Sorensen said he was relieved after hear- arships.A .

UF football scholarship designates $905a

vie for semester for food. The rest of the $2,258
1 WHERE To CAST YOUR VOTE Three SG parties scholarship covers living accommodations

($678)), tuition ($575)) and books ($100)).
i.Forty Student Senate seats are,up A daily lunch at Roberts Hall consists of

J for grabs in today's Student four entrees, a choice of four vegetables, a
.:\ Government elections. All students 40 Senate seats today; 40-item( salad bar, a sandwich bar with three

are eligible to vote from 8 a.m. to 8 luncheon meats and three different types of

cheeses, three fruits, a waffle machine, four
:; p.m., and only need a picture ID.
kinds of cereal, four kinds of desserts, a fro-
2 it The polling places are as follows: low turnout expectedBy : zen yogurt machine and almost every kind

of non-alcoholic beverage. f

OFF-CAMPUS STUDENTS elections the 32608 Student Coalitionand Eggs made to order often are offered for
CARRIE SEGAL the Independent Coalition. Also run- breakfast. Steak and shrimp dinners are
3 Reitz Union 2nd floor, Turlington Writer
Alligator ning in the election will be the Vision served once a week, a meal not offered by
4 Hall ground floor, Library East, J.
Campus polls will open today for anyone Party, which swept the spring elections. UF's other dining halls.
I Hillis Miller Health Center Com- interested in voting for 40 students who Thirty on-campus Senate seats and 10 But to some athletes, quantity does not al- ;

J muninicore and the College of Law. will spend$4.5 million in student off-campus positions will be ways equal quality. }

money. filled today. The most competitive "The general consensus on campus is
f
$ DORMITORY AREAS Three Student Government area is expected to be the that all we get are these huge Steak & Ale
parties and more than 70 candi- 32608 zip code area in southwest steaks," said senior tight end Kirk Kirkpat-
i Beaty Towers and Jennings Hall dates are vying for a slice of the Gainesville that includes the rick. "It's not like that. There's a lot of foodin

Beaty 80-memLer Student Senate, TE apartment complexes along there, but some days it's good, and some
,
:<: Rawlings Area and Broward Hall which decides how much money Archer Road. 'The dormitoryraces days it's not good. I'm sure it's better than

Broward each student group gets. Among SG FALL ELECTIONS also may be close. most of the dorm food, but it could be bet

Murphree Area- Murphree other things,-the Senate gives Also on the ballot is a referen- ter." j

Tolbert AreaTolbert money to run Lake Wauburg and bring dum that asks students whether they be- Some of the foods dreaded most by play- !
should be ers include the Hawaiian ham, fish, meat
Graham Area and Hume concerts to campus. lieve freshmen campus parking ;
SG's Supervisor of Elections Susan eliminated. loaf, beef stew and hot dogs, which one

Graham chatzberg said she expects about 2,500 said that all stu- player referred to as "death tubes." Popular
Schatzberg Tuesday
4 Married Housing Westlaw few hundredmore meals are waffles and food served on ethnic .'
students to vote only a dents should vote because the senators
school; Maguire/University Village than last fall. She said fall elections students' night, a monthly dinner that features foods
spend money.
South lower turnout because none such as Mexican nachos and Italian linguine.see .
usually have a "It's their right to vote," she said. "We
Married Housing East -T ngle- of SG's top positions,such as student body
wood; J. Hillis Miller Health Center president, vice president and treasurer, pay $4.75 a credit hour that goes to this Food, page 8
organization. The main purpose of Senateis
Communicore are up for grabs. bills to allocate
.J' to pass money moneyto
t ", By Alex Marvez
' '. ,,-,<<"'I Two new'parties are involved in today's student organizations."

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2. ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10, 1990.


I WHAT'S HAPPENING f AUTHE TIC .


Movie

Right to life: Gainesville Right to Get defensive: The UF Judo Club Creole: Club Creole meets this afternoon
Life presents the video "The Silent meets every Monday and Wednes- at 5 in the Reitz Union Room
Scream" noon today at 921 NW 13th day night from 6-8 in the Women's 357. Call Carline at 334-9617 or PostersALL
St. The public is welcome. Call 378- Gym. Call Lori at 336-9452 or Kevinat JoAnn at 334-9503.
7824. 336-8159. Women's studies: The Women's

Insurance: Specialists from the Volunteers: Volunteers for Inter- Studies Association meets tonight at CURRENT RELEASES + KID;
Florida Department Insurance will national Students' Affairs meets tonight 6 in Turlington Room 2354. Call 378- :A
be at the courthouse today from 10-1() at 6 in the Reitz Union Room 4493.Water ; 4
to answer consumer insurance ques- 347. Call Ben at 378-9152. Works: UF Canoe and Raft '"'
tions.The session is free and open to Ride 'em: Join the UF Mountain ing Club meets tonight at 6 in Turl
the public. Call 359-6146. Bike Club for beginners and ad- ington Room 2342. Meeting is
Jewish Studies: The Center for vanced riders. Call Matt at 3354525. mandatory for white water trip. Call SALE
Jewish Studies meets today from CLASSC: CLASSC meets this af- 3732979.BIO .
3:30.5: in McCarty Hall Room 1142 ternoon at 5:10: in McCarty Room : The Biological Interest Or- 5
for an study-informational meeting 3108. Members must attend. Call ganization meets tonight at 6:30: in ., DAYS ONL
about Israel. Call Carlene Smith at Lyn at 374- 764. Bartram Hall Room 211. Call Lauraat Monday: October 8-
3929247. United: UF United Nations meets 376-7801 or 332-0339. Friday, October 12
Honor: The Golden Key Honor Society tonight at 6:30: in the Reitz Union EAG: The Environmemtal Action 10:30 AM-4:30 FM
meets tonight at 6:30: in the Jennings Room 334. Call 336-4206. Group meets this afternoon at 5 in Reitz First FloorTV
Hall Conference Room. Call Communicate:The Association of Weil Hall Room 270. 392-MAKE. lounge t Cafeter
Richard at 335-4574 or Dr. Chisholmat Black Communicators meets this Rally: A Farm Animal Day Rally
3922112. evening at 5:30: in Weimer Hall Room will be held at the Plaza of Americas
PR: Alpha Productions meets today 1070. Semester dues are $5. Call today at 11:30: a.m. to alert people of
at 5 in Weimer Hall Room 1076. Kevin at 3349262. the unethical treatment of animals in
Call Jeanne at 373-2351 or Kevin at Pre-Law: Phi Alpha Delta meets factory farming. Call 336-0595.
335-1985. tonight at 7:30: at the College of Law BSU: The Black Student Union
Business: The Minority Business Room 190B.Democrats. will have an information table and
Association meets tonight at 6:15: in : UF College Democrats applications today Turlington Hall
Matherly Hall Room 119. All business meet tonight at 8. This is the from 9-2. Call 374-9786 or 3347833. UF, thank you for your
majors invited. Last chance to last day to turn in dues for the fall DDK The ODK Gator Shadow
join. Call Felicia at 3347403. semester. Call 3346690.It Program applications for freshmenand continued support because
Workout: Gatorobics meets in the ads up: The Ad Society meets sophomores are available on the
Florida Gym this afternoon from 4-6. this afternoon at 5:10: in Turlington Reitz Union third floor outside the
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WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER I 10, 1990,ALLIGATOR


I Students win voice in UF fitness center policies ;m

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the board's function from advice-giver to of UF President John Lombardi!, Mayeuxsaid. compare within a matter of moments," he
By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI
policy-maker, Student Body Vice President 1
Alligator Writer said.Mitch
Kevin Mayeux said. "If there was something the board felt Greenberg, a student member of

Students gained more control of the UF A board of directors comprised of seven strongly about, I would go straight to the the board, said the committee needed to

Student Recreation and Fitness CenterTuesday students and five UF staff or faculty mem- president," Mayeux said. approve the charter so they could move on

,but administrators still have veto power. bers will run the new facility. None of the student board members voted to other issues, but regretted that studentsand

The recreation center,which is still being "Before we were an even committee giv- against the new charter. some faculty were divided in the vote.

built, is billed as a completely student-run ing advice, now we're a student-controlled Health and Human Performance Associate -
operation. But until now, students had onlyan committee that sets policy," Mayeux said. Dean Charles Williams said he did not "It's not a good way to" start off a new
committee with 63 vote said.
a Greenberg
advisory role. Students control the board, but Health have enough time to review the charter."I "

The center's board voted 6-3 to add an- and Human Performance Dean Patrick Bird don't know if I approve of the new The center is billed as one of the finest of t

other student to the committee and change can veto any decision if he is acting on behalf charter. I had two different documents toN its kind in the nation. \


Presidents discuss Humphrey'sprosecutors


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enrollment, dormsthose



board that guides Florida's public
By MIKE BRUSCELL
Alligator Staff Writer universities. f r reject witness
Task force members include UF

I TALLAHASSEE Gov. Bob ,President John Lombardi flor-
Martinez and the Cabinet exam- ida Agriculture and Mechanical MELBOURNE (UPI-) Prosecutors said Tuesdaythey

ined ways Tuesday to save public University President Frederick would not call a possible slaying suspect's

universities'! money, the leaders of Humphries. Humphries, head of grandmother as a witness in his aggravated battery
schools dis- the task force, said trial because the woman had repeatedly changed her
cussed how to state universitiesmust story about the night he allegedly beat her.

spend it. The Council of not only bring Edward Lewis Humphrey, 19, is accused of attack-
At meeting ofFlorida's minoritiesinto
a nine Presidents more NP ing his 79yearold grandmother Aug. 30 in the
post-graduate Indiatlantic home they shared. If convicted, Hum-
public university along with mem- programs,but fightto phrey, who has a history of mental illness, would
presidents, the keep them as fu-
face at least three years in prison.
state's educa- bers of the ture professors.
tional leaders According to sta- Earlier, Gainesville authorities said Humphreywas
agreed to exam- Board of Re- tistics from the one of several suspects in the killing of five

ine minority post- State University college students but they have since refused to
gents, assigned a System, the num- comment on him or any other suspectHumphrey's

enrollment, stu- task force to pro- ber of blacks ten- grandmother, Elna Hlavaty, was sub-
dent housing ured in state poenaed and was at the courthouse Tuesday. But
needs and the pose how to in- schools by their Assistant State Attorney Phil Williams said the state

universities' pub- crease thenumber seventh year would not call her to testify because of her erratic
lishing system. dropped from 27.3 accounts.

of minor- percent in 1979 to Since the incident, Hlavaty has said she fell and
The Council of
ities enrolled in 5 percent in 1983. hurt herself,and also that she cannot remember what
Presidents, along
Between the same
r happened that night.
with members of
state postgraduate -- years, Hispanics
the Board of Re- tenured fell from 75 Judge Theron Yawn Jr. dealt the state a blow,

gents, assigned a programs.By percent to 50 per- Pea pole I MICHELE KATZ ruling jurors could not hear the testimony of the first
task force, deputy on the scene.
to
propose
? cent.
Paul Reith of Gainesville checks the
how to in- "I think what we're talking about Humphrey Is being held on $1 million bond in the
of at the
a pigeon plant
growth pea agron-
crease the number of minorities doing is creating a more struc- Brevard County Jail. He also faces arrest on warrantsin
I enrolled in state post-graduate pro- omy farm on Museum Road. Indian River County for an alleged attack on a ..

grams.The. woman there, and in Gainesville for two assaults on
Regents are the 13-member see Council page 4 campus Aug. 25.OF.



I Committee fills Accent, SGP chairsPresident students I


CARRIE SEGAL Stern."You need to be dedicated and a good "It was a total surprise to me. In the inter- brawl over TV

Alligator Writer communicator. A good resume doesn't view, I thought I would get the position I

mean he's done a lot. believe I deserved." Country singer Hank Williams Jr.
Former presidential Chief of Staff Scott Stem is one of five members of the exec- Besides being Accent vice chairwoman, would be proud: At least two of his
Thomas and Student Government Produc- utive committee that fills non-elected SG Deibler has been the group's administrative "rowdy friends" came to Hume Hall ,
tions Vice Chairwoman Andrea Kaufman positions. The committee includes Student affairs director. She also has been Student Monday night.
have been chosen to lead the two groups Body President Michael Browne, Student Senate pro-tempore and chairwoman of the 1
who bring entertainers to campus. Body Vice President Kevin Mayeux, Senate Senate's Budget and Finance Committee.Tompkins' A group of Hume residents were
watching "Monday Night Football" in
Kaufman was Andrew resume shows that he has the when broke i
dormitory lounge a fight
voted Tuesday to Meyer and SenateProTempore
worked in public relations,press and guest student tried to the
11n the interview I thoughtI Eliz- out as one change
head .SGP, which ,
relations for Accent. He also is Student
channel, said UF police spokeswoman
brings concerts to would get the position I be- abeth Bowyer. Government Finance Committee chairman, Angie Tipton.
said he
UF, Thomas was Mayeux Campus Improvement Ad Hoc Committee
named chairman of lieve I deserved. wanted Deibler for chairman, and he has numerous other staff UF police charged Amanda Smith, 19,
Accent, UF's the position,but he positions. of 112 Hume East, with choking and
speakers bureau, -Elizabeth Delbler voted for Thomas throwing her neighbor, Andrea Lewis, +
last week. .Accent vice chairwomandates because he wantedto Thomas was former Student Body Presi- 17,of 116 Hume East,during the scuffle,
back the other dent Ed Scales'chief of staff and a memberof Tipton said.
SG's Activity and Service Fee Advisory
The two candi- executive committee -
After Lewis refused to change the
Committee.He also filled in student body
for the SGP. members. He said Thomas lacked Accent as
channel, Smith grabbed her by the
treasurer for three months when former
chair had very similar resumes.And thoughThomas' experience. Treasurer Alan Levine left office early. throat and threw her on top of a table in
for the Accent chair
opponents "I think Chris and Liz had more direct the lounge, she said.
Student Sen. Chris Tompkins and Accent Accent experience than Scott. I personally Stern said he didn't vote for Tompkins
Vice Chairwoman Elizabeth Deibler-had because he believed the candidate was too Police filed a sworn complaint against
wanted Liz he said.
more extensive resumes, SG's executive busy. And other people who have worked Smith which will be forwarded to the
committee said other qualifications were Deibler, a veteran member of the Accent with Tompkins said he's not dedicated 100 State Attorney's office for considerationof

just as important. staff, said she was best for the position."A percent to one thing, Stern said. charges.

"Being qualified does not have a mean- rumor had been around that Scott see Leaders, page 7 -MATTHEW SAUER
ing," said Student Body Treasurer David Thomas would get the position," she said. i
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ELSEWHEREGovernment THE MOST r

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reopens ; may raise taxes

EYEGLASS DOLLAR
WASHINGTON (UPI) President Bush reopenedthe Bush told a White House news conference, "We've
federal government Tuesday by signing a temporary been pulling and tugging at this framework agreementfor

spending bill, and voiced a willingness to negotiate nearly five months and it's been difficult becausethe Value. EYE EXAMS ARCHER RD
a possible tax increase for the rich in a new whole underlying problem is difficult." Simple ..

budget deal. He said he wanted "to assure the American people Our little wooden building'helps keep cost down Just past auoss Butler from Plaza RAX

"What we have to do is get together with the this morning that I will do everything in my power to on quality glasses. We donl pay mall rent

(congressional) leaders and see if we can reach a encourage Congress as it struggles" to fill in the You save big money. m 378-3261
formula," Bush said. He said he might permit some blanks of a sketchy budget outline, also passed by 1'lff1 L urns trooam a"
tax rates to rise if Congress agrees to cut capital gains Congress early Tuesday. Ask about..
taxes. Bush appeared to show a new willingness at his '
$20 OFF
Bush and Congress have long been at odds over news conference to support higher taxes for the rich. or

capital gains, but they came together early Tuesdayon "I'm open-minded to some negotiations,"Bush said. FREE Second Pair e
an emergency spending bill that ended a three-day "That's on the table."

government shutdown.The He said that "what we've got to do now is meet"
president signed the measure at 7:07: a.m. EDT with the House Ways and Means and the Senate
just hours after Congress gave final passage to the Finance committees "and discuss with them quietly
bill that will keep the government in full operation what we can accept."
through Oct. 19. Bush said he would be willing to accept some

By then, the White House and Congress hope to reduction in the so-called tax bubble, which sets tax
agree on a fiscal 1991 budget and a plan to reduce the rates for the wealthy. S 6
federal deficit by $500 billion over the next five years Congress's new plan maintains the framework of a
and by $40.1 billion this year. bipartisan proposal defeated by the lawmakers last
"That's where the real battle will come," Sen. War- week.That one included $135 billion in new taxes and &U-D-1-T-1-6-N-S.

ren Rudman, R-N.H. said. fees and deep cuts in federal services.



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dam Hussein, saying his forces are armed with a new rioting at a Moslem holy site in Jerusalem. ATHLETIC SKILLSWalt

missile capable of striking "evil targets" hundreds of "Words or denunciations are not enough to heal

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pied Arab lands or face quick vengeance for the said. "What will heal the wounds is action to tumblers (male and female) and actors who have athletic: abilities (climbing
slayings of Palestinians in Jerusalem. free (East Jerusalem) from (Israeli) captivity..Onlyquick running gymnastics stage combat rappelling experience with whips and the
ability to work at substantial heights) for roles In the outdoor, live show,
Shortly before the statement, senior Palestinian action to the Israeli
a revenge massacres againstthe IndianaJonet Epic Stunt Spectaculars the Disney/MCM Studio theme park in
guerrilla leader said Saddam wants the Persian Gulf Palestinians can heal its wounds." Florida. The show consists of three action scenes from Raiders of/".Lost Ark
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the solution to Israel's withdrawal from occupied Arab diplomats'called Saddam's statement an at-
applicants must be at least 18 years of age and In good physical condition.
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Washington, State Department spokeswoman occupation of Kuwait to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Margaret Tutwiler said that a U.S. chartered 747 will "Saddam is in trouble over Kuwait..so he is tryingto All gymnast/tumbler applicants will display dive roll, back and front
leave Wednesday for Basra, Iraq, to pickup an esti- exploit the Israeli massacre of Palestinians in handsprings, cartwheels and other gymnastic moves. Experience in 2and 3-
high! pyramid building and arabian tumbling Is a plus. Some be
gymnasts may
mated 400 American citizens and their foreign-born Jerusalem to shift world attention away from his asked to read from scripts.'
family members. The plane will fly to London and occupation of Kuwait and onto the Arab-Israeli con-
then Actors must have professional experience, and athletic skills are a must for all
to Raleigh-Durham, N.C. on Thursday. flict, an envoy in Cairo said.
stunt roles. Prepare a one-minute monologue (comic or seriocomic) and be
Baghdad Radio said Saddam's statement was read President Bush insisted Tuesday in Washingtonthat
prepared for script reading. All actors with athletic skills will participate In a
by an announcer on television and radio for the ears there is no relationship between the gulf crisis separate /gymnastic/fight combination that will be taught at the audition.
of Moslems around the world. It came a day after and the Palestinian question.turn .
Indiana Jones (Stunt Role) male 25-35 range
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BUDGETfrom the most profit."I in the first place,but we're pleasedthat Swordsman/German Mechanic(Stunt Role) male, 25-35 range
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son said. Continuity Supervisor(Marion understudy) female 25-35 range
and offer the "very vital" courses Providing courses for graduating Director of (Mechanic
Photography understudy) male, 25-35 range
they need, even if they're small, College of Architecture Associate seniors and for students work- Special Effects Supervisor (Indiana understudy) male, 25-35 range
specialized classes. Dean Richard Schneider saidhe's ing on thesis papers, as well as the Emcee(Guides audience through show) male/female,
relieved that UF will receiveat
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least part of its budget back. Hostess(Marion/Continuity understudy) female, 25-35 range
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! By MATTHEW SAUER Darnell said."To some extent,that could be as jewelry,televisions and stereos. the COPS teams,"Gerard said. "When you
Alligator Writer the result of the increased patrols in the Cobb is being held at Alachua County jail increase police presence in one area of the
area." on $25,000 bail. Other burglary charges are city, you're going to have displacement."You .
Police charged a Gainesville man Mondaywith Police arrested Robert James Cobb, 25,of pending, she said. have to keep in mind, though, that
two burglaries and said the increase in 1900 SE Fourth St., at Gardenia Garden Sgt. Dick Gerard,spokesman for the Task the southwest part of the town is mostly in
patrols in the southwest area may have Apartments, 1727 NE Eighth Ave., after re- Force investigating the murder of five local the county," he said.
pushed him and other thieves into the north- ceiving a tip from Sheriffs deputies that he college students and member of the police
west side of the city, police spokeswoman was in the area, she said. crime prevention unit, said an increased Gerard said the potential for burglaries is
Lt. Sadie Darnell said. Darnell said Cobb worked in northwest police presence in the southwest could have greater in those parts of the southwest area
"We haven't had a residential burglary in Gainesville on Mondays and Fridays duringthe pushed criminals out of that area. that lie outside the city limits because that's
the southwest in more than a month," day and is accused of stealing items such "It's the same problem that we have with where most' businesses' are located.


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driving questionImagine


going without your car Monday through Fri-

day. Every week. Or walking 15 minutes to get to your

car when you want to use it.

That's what UF freshmen who live on campus go

through. They aren't allowed to park their cars in the dor-

mitory lots. Those are reserved for the upperclassmenwho

live in the dorms.

Instead, they park their cars in Red D lots, which un-

less you live in the Hume, Graham or Tolbert areas, are

quite a walk from most dorms. Because it's such a painto

get their cars during the week, most freshman just

park them on Sunday night and get them on Friday after-

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noon. ," "

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PRWCTICE SAFE ART
aren't within walking distance, get put off until the weekend -

It puts more than a little strain on a freshmen's free- II

bring dom. But a car that's to UF what they're willing to go through to Happy cyclists are safe cyclists

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And yet, a referendum on today's Student Government When I was 16 and received my driver's license, I
ballot asks students if they believe freshman parking was more'than prepared to become a gas-guzzling, so Mark Raines

should be eliminated. horn-honking, radioblasting, offensive automobile LIFE GOES ON
Upperclassmen would have 1,116 more spaces if Red D driver for the rest of my life. I would no longer haveto
scam rides off of my older friends. Mom's taxi
spots were taken away from freshmen. Traffic Court service would no longer be needed. I thought I would bicycle lanes. In other words: "Get the hell out of my

Chief Justice Craig Yarn says that's a good place to start 1 never have to rely on my bicycle again. way. I'm late for class."

solving UFs parking problem because freshmen are "the Then I transferred to the University of Florida 5. Do not run into pedestrians. This technique is
not a good way for new students to meet people.
lowest on the totem pole. where parking spaces are nonexistent and walking or
6. Use hand signals when turning. Try to refrain
Wrong. A good place to start solving the parking prob- riding a bike is the only way to travel around campus.So from raising the middle finger at drivers when signal
lem is to build more garages instead of flat lots and to I had to take my 10-speed in to be overhauled, ing.
since neither the brakes worked. After
or gears correcting
build them taller than three levels, unlike most of the the problems, the repairman told me that my 7. Just like cars, bicycle brakes do not work well

ones UF has now. bicycle was in good condition and safe to ride. Unfor- when wet.So when it rains, anticipate those stops and

UF makes freshmen park their cars in another ZIP tunately, riding around campus and Gainesville is not slow down.
8. Remove precious from the bicycle seat
code as it is. Yarn has a lot of nerve to ask students if that safe. when riding speed organs bumps and curbs. If do
over you
think freshmen should be taken Over the past few weeks I have quickly remembered
they parking privileges
not lift up on time,you will never forget to do it again.
several do's and don'ts of cycling that I had wiped out
Freshmen their tuition like else and 9. take bike in for check-up. It
away. pay everyone Periodically your a
of my memory. So today I offer my Twelve Tips to
they should receive the same treatment as upperclassmen.We Avoid being Maimed, Injured or Decapitated on a would be better for repairperson to' discover a
hope students vote in today's Student Senate elec- Bicycle." These tips should be a reminder to the old problem than to discover it for yourself crossing

tion and also register their opinion about this parking is- pros and a guide for the new rookies including fresh Southwest 13th Street.
10. Keep at least one hand on the handlebar. "Look
men and transfer students like
sue. Yam had the question placed on the ballot and he me. Ma, no hands." could lead to "Look Ma I'm in the
he won't back students don't So all 1. Always ride with the flow of traffic and obey all
says something want. hospital with these neat tubes hooked to my body.
traffic and all of them
signs signals'Maybe not but '
students, especially freshmen, should make_sure their ,enough to avoid head-on collisions. 11. Pray that your picture does not appear on the
voices are heard. front page of The Gainesville Sun under the headline:
2. Dp not turn your head to view members of the "
"UF student killed in
Students should also be sure to choose a senator from opposite sex. Looking away could cause a run-in witha tragic bicycle'accident.
Just remember be safe are
their living area. The Senate is in charge of spendingSG's garbage can or one of those traffic signs. conserving gasoline: and helping, cautious the environment.glad you But

$4.5 million budget, money that is received from the 3. Wear a bicycle helmet. Perhaps if more people be aware that cyclists have the same rights and responsibilities

Activity and Service Fee, a $4.75 tax students pay for wear them it will be the cool thing to'do. I doubt it,. as motorists. Also, pedal ,fast -' ask
every credit hour they take.If but it would be the safer thing to do. questions later.

you want'to be sure your favorite student group gets, 4. Slower traffic needs to keep to the left of the Mark Raines is a UF telecommunications junior.

money, this is the time to do something about it because i IHTTFRS TO TilE EDITOR

these are-the people who control the purse strings.
Growl ticket'sales could be picked up on Monday or caused me to feel very insecure.As .
that extra tickets could be boughton '
EN a victim- I am concerned
were: messed up Thursday.You about what the bureaucracy is doing
Editor's note: Tuesday's column on'this page should would think that with the to our program. I am sure I
have referred to the Florida Student Assistance Grant An Editor: University of Florida stu- half-million dollars Blue Key is speak for all victims by saying thatI
dents have a dream which includes making off of Growl,they could and is
editing error caused the column to refer"otherwise. pay I hope the program stays
,global peace, cleaner environ- for a small ad in 'the paper, but better treated under the Infirmary's
ment,and a hassle-free Growl ticket noooooooo. administration.If .
pickup. The first two are possible; James Marotta
the other is only a dream. it were not for SARS, many
4EQ and would continue to
alligator Once again Blue Key has screwedup men women
Editor Victims need live in fear,They would also not be
Growl ticket sales. First, they
Judy A. Plunkett able to function in life as those who
asked for fee cards, but those,with have
Managing Editor Opinions Editor bloc seating didn't have to have fee SARS for recoveryEditor were been fortunate. enough not to
victims.
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier cards. Then, with 30,000 students : I am the victim of sexual
confused and frustrated, Blue Key assault and have been counseled I believe it is time for the victimsto

Letters Policy failed to advertise the Growl ticket by SARS for seven months. Until be heard.We are the reason why
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be ,pickup dates.Nowhere .- recently, I have felt SARS is here and why it must stay.
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include i typed name address and telephone very secure'
number. Names will be withheld the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions' call in Monday's paper was going to SARS..The recent articles Who.knows better than,us?
the editorial page editor at 378-4458 there ,any ,mention that tickets In The Alligator, however have Name withheld 6n request



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PROTECT LEADERSfrom he Is disappointed about losing, he said he have had more Accent experience, his SG
page 3 has confidence in the executive committee'svote. experience is impressive and he was chosenfor
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He said although Deibler has good mana- "Clearly, if you become something like dispute the fact that (Tompkins and
gerial skills, she was "myopic"-unable to Accent chairman, it is your main priority," Deibler)have more SG experience,"Thomas
Don't be dangerouslyuninformed. see the big picture.On Tompkins said. said.

Learn all you the other hand;Stern said Thomas has Thomas also is going to be busy when he "But I have more experience in SG in
can about AIDS now. many goals and has a clearer sense of direc- takes over as chairman in January, because high-level leadership positions," Thomas
tion of what Accent should be. that's when he starts law school.But Thomas
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food. Athletes also must abide by a dress Sourct Robert Dining Hall Manager Tony Qalto Offensive guard Hesham Ismail loads up his
code prohibiting cut-off shirts,tank tops and tray every day.chicken .
practice clothing.
While most football players are allowed to cording to Gallo, the main complaints by "You're not always in the mood for what when given a Saturday night dinnerin
eat what they want, some have been placedon players are greasy foods and repeated they have," Kirkpatrick said. "I think if the president's box at Florida Field.
diets by UF strength and conditioningcoach menus."I you're on scholarship, they should make a "We don't change our menu," Gallo said.
Doug Kauffman."I write my own menu on a five-week schedule that would let you eat one or two "If a recruit comes for breakfast Sunday
think there's a big myth on campus of cycle," said Gallo, who has added the waffle meals per day there, and give you money to morning, he's going to eat what everyone
what we eat and how we eat," said Ismail, machine, redesigned the dining room and eat some place else." else eats."
who is 6-feet-2 inches tall and weighs 272 insured that pasta be offered with each meal One player, who asked not to be identi-
pounds. "Yes, our food is better than these since taking the job four years ago. "I sendit fied, said the meal quality improves drasti- But even though some players feel that
other places around here,but a lot of people to a nutritionist, he sends it back with cally in the winter, when football recruitsare improvements in Roberts Hall need to be
think every night we're eating steak and recommendations, and we balance it. Right brought in to visit the campus. made,offensive lineman Chris Bromley said
lobster and stuff like that." now during football season, we're pushing "It's funny how when recruiting season's he can't complain."It's .
"We get the noodles every day of the carbohydrates and cutting down on fats and here, they always have the best stuff," the
week," added Dixon ((6-4, 274 pounds). "We red meats." player said. Then as soon as they're gone, cafeteria food," said Bromley, ((6-5,
get caught up in a rut sometimes. You get Even with free meals, some football play it's back to hot dogs and hamburgers and 267 pounds)."If you went to Western Sizzleror
tired of eating the same thing all the time." ers eat off campus as often as four nights meat loaf.We've even had pork and beans." Morrison's every night, you'd get sick of
Gallo meets with coaches and players each week,which can become expensive for Gallo denies the charge, but did say re- it. But if I was taken off the dining hall and
each semester for menu suggestions. Ac- players who aren't able to work. cruits are given a choice of prime rib or fried couldn't go eat there, I'd miss it."




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Breakfast bar hookups pool. per mo. Piccadilly. Call Bill 3922370. nice house great yard .semi-neat resp.
classified ad: Pay only electric. $450 KEY MANAGE 10.12.4.4 Mth-to mth $225/mth total. Laura 373-

1 For Rent *. Furnished MENT 4495. 101135Oak
In Person: 372-3060 10.12.5.2 Need 1 female n/s for own bed
2 For; Rent'Unfurnished Forest- Own Rooml
Cash check, MC or VISA. room/bath/shower/ in 3bdr apt. Deposit Female Only
3 Mobile Homes ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to taken care of. Call 372-1363 alter 6 or 195mo.+1/3util./ Large furnished apt.-un-
The Alligator Office UFo 2br/tba. $175 College leave msg. l80/mo I + 1/3 util. 10.15.5.4 turn bedroom. 3bd/2ba great atmosphere -
For ftenvSale/ 1105 W. University Ave Park Properties 371-7777 Avail. Now 3368032. 10155.5
M-F 8 am 4 pm 10.31.23.2 Sublease 2br 1 1/2/ ba townhouse, almost
4 Sublease House/Apt./ Mature wanted to share 2bd/2ba
lOOOsq ft, w/d hookups. $350/mo. Eves person -
Main BookstoreHub WALK 2 BLOCKS to campus 2 BR Eff. call 336-8954, days call Kevin 376- condo In SW area close to UF W/D/
5 ,. Roommates ? Customer Service DeskM only $275 until 1 1991. Inc. some utilities. 0200. 10-12-4-4 pool sec.system. $285/mo/ util. Call
6 For Sate '::-:.' ., .; F 8 am 4.30 pm 372-3060 KEY MANAGEMENT 10-12-5- evenings 373-4503 or 3354731. 10-22-

2 2 bdr/$275/month/ Oct free, walk to UF, 10-5
Reitz Union, Cashier's Office
7 Real Estate
NW 15th St. Private yard Basic furniture.
8 ; M-F 9.m-9pm 2 quiet bd 2nd floor apts, porches, storage Call 334-5920 or 3771541. 10.15.4.4 M/F/ for own room In nice house. Great
.Motorcycles' Sat & Sun Closed cent H/A, d/w, fans, SW/Villas; location, waterbed Included $215 mo.

9 Autos 'i I:. Medical Bookstore, ShandsM $375. water Incl); 373-0701 10-19-10-2 Female rmmt to sublet room In 13 bdr/2 Call Brad 378-0078 or 3323427. 10-11-

: F. Sam. 4.30 pm ba apt. close to UF $160/mo + 1/3 util. 3-5
10 Wanted r. Super Clean 2br/1/ ba duplex apt cent a/c/ Needed NOWI Call Anna at 375-5624.
> By Mall: heat fenced yard bike to UF, pet ok 10-16-5-4 M N S for 2 bd/1/ ba house In NE area
Services
11 $330/mo Call Sarah 375-3378 10125.2 Fall sem. only. Wood floors, big yard
12 Typing Services Use forms appearing weeklyin 2 br 1 ba spacious apt. Close to campus, cen heat. Cheap! Craig 371-1070 $100
the Alligator Sorry no cash by SECURITY SYSTEM In this roomy SW 2 law school. October free. 464 a month. + 1/2 util. Can call late.. 10123.5
13 Help Wanted mail MC VISA or checks only BR duplex. Fenced cent air, near mall, Call 375-0466 after 5 pm or leave mes
pets ok. $325 KEY MANAGEMENT 372- sage. 10.16.5.4 Roommate wanted M/F upperclassman or
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 3060. 10.12.5.2 grad pref. for own room in 2 bdr/1 bath in

15 Personals :; '.r\. Payment by VISA or Mastercard SW area. $200 pays rent & util. call 336-
: ONLY. Five dollar minimum. Duplex apt for rent, ibr Ir kit, bath 9856. 10-16-5-5
16 Connections N.F8.30.4pm. ac/heat, 3 blocks from UF, 1 bl off Unlv 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE

Ave. $250 monthly plus security. A frame ROOMMATE NEEDEDMF
17 Notices. o How to correct also, call 3381839. 10155.2 VILLAGE Nice House, Great Location
; Roommates available
18 Rides.: waterbed Inc. 215.00 rent
BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS newly re- Reserve your room for fall. 332.3427. 10-16-5-
cancel ad Call Brad 378-0078.
19' Pets : ....:i..:-.:. your : finished. 1 br, walk to UF, last one College Bus service UF and SFCC
Park Properties 3717777. Furn or unfurn. $175-$250 per
20 Lost J Found Cancellations: 10-15-5-2 roommate/month MZ Prop Mgmt. 6 FOR SALE

Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4pm. Inc. Realtor 3750207.
No refunds can be given. NO SECURITY DEPOSIT! This month's 10-19-24-5 TYPESETTERVarityper 5410. 2 Disk
rent FREEI 1 bdrm studio apt. Nice, drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters
Q When will ad run? Alligator errors: close to campus. $295/mo. Call Tracy N'S' F to rent own rm/bth/ In 2 story apt at Factory reconditioned unused In past 2
your 10-18-7-2 Greenwich Green. $233 1/3 utili- Perfect for small jobs.
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. 378-2651. mo. + yrs. typesetting
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before ties. Call 3353110. 10-15-20-5 Good machine for small type shop. System
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY A serious male student for large 7 bed- disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
DAYS after MOBILE HOMES: room upstairs apt. l60/mo. + 1/7 util. + 373-9926 for more into.
they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY, Corrected -
lease. No 1616 NW 3rd
deposit + pets.
Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Ave. 4959024. 1012105LIBERAL Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more

Union or Shands may take No refunds' or credits can be given after brands are all at our New Location! Car
placing the ad. Changes called in alter Farmsrentals 'from $260 Incl. m/f roommate wanted to Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn share 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2 2070. 12-14-76-6

may run for any length of time main Also some great buys. Quiet) Will mile to UF, $150/mo + 1/2/ util. 372-
and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes: take long term travel trailers. 378.9291 5590. 10-19-15-5 Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar
Corrections must be made in person at Open weekends too. 12.14.47.3SUBLEASE Detectors, Infinity, Saneul, Sony,
Sorry, but there can be no re- The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. Serious person to share spacious 3 bdr Orion, Bazooka Home or Car Stereo.
funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction I... house near Oaks Mall. Own bedroom, We Beat All Prices 3733754. 1 2-1 4-76-
own bath. Share 1/2 util. $200/mo. 6
: Ask for Jmxlong at 336-4571 or 392- _
2676. 10105.5 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering:
4 HOUSE/APT. Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN."Check Female N/S/ needed to share 2 br 2 ba apt Crunch Haller MEI/ VSE alarm Lanzar
Studio For Rent 245 a month + util! and in SW area 1245 + 1/2 utilities. 335- 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-766
one week free rentl Just 4 blocks north 3764. 10.10.5.5
1 FURNISHED Our New Speclal.-
Of UF Call 378.1875. 10.11.5.4 DISCOUNT HI-FI
All Amenities Available
**HUGE Fully furn bdr/ba/ in 2/2 avail
Housing Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop FURNISHED UNFURNISHED SPYGLASSneed female n/s for own nowBargain rate. of $200 (from 312)) + 722 S. Main 0 The Red Bldg.

all util paid Inc. ac, 10 .meals weekly Roommates Avallabl.We'r. bedroom/bath/ In 3 bedroom/3/ bath apt. aec/util. 2nd fir els to UF, pool, call 334- WE ARE CHEAPER
No.1REGENCY
parking laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. $233/month + 1/3/ utllltes. Call Erin at 6593. 10.10.5.5
117 NW 151h SI. 3774269. 12-14-62-1 378-5766 OAKS 392-3111 (day) or 335.4353. (apt) 10-12- 12-14-76-6_
9.4 Female needed for 2BR In Stoneridge.Spacious .
3230 SW Archer Road CAR ALARMS Installed remote control ;
clean, overlooks pool,
car truck or van fully guaranteed will
COUNTRY GARDENS Sublet 1 bedroom apt. 750 share feet $249/mth. beginning January. Call Amy any demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes-
373-4500 until July 1991. $329/mo. Archer 1338-1390.. 10-10-5-5
FOR RENT 10-19-38-6
: 2001 SW 16th Street Woods. Call 373-1571. 10-15-7-4 sage. _
F to hare 2bd/ 1/2/ ba twnhse In SW
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Available 2 br near UF 2 br1 1/2 bath condo In SW, avail. area. $225/mo Fully furnished, wa/dry. 2400 BD MODEM $98
Cent afth, water. sewer paid $260/mo mid-October, 2 weeks free rent no deposit Call 3356273. 10-12-7-5
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, 1605 SW 42nd St w/ln biking distance of UF, carpet, WORD PERFECT $135
2 BDR$335,NEW Townhouse$440, Sec. Call 1-486-4047 after 00pm: blinds, cent H4A, pool, laundry loc avail LAKEWOODneed n/s roommate to CALL ELITE 335-1300.
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 10-10-10-2 ___ call for details 3355230. 10115.4 share 3/2 flat. Irg. scenic patio.
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1)90.) 12-14- Wash/dry. Spacious. Feel safe-protec-' 11-1-33-8
78-2 2 Bdrm, 1 bath, c.nlralac/h.al, Quiet NW Furnished one-bdrm apt one blk from UF tlon dog. call Kathy 3356477. 10.11-5.5
Neighborhood, $400/mo 937 NW 25 Ave, In the beautiful SW. 305mo./ October *PRODIGY.
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet 375-1959. 10-10-5-2 free. Call Tim 372-7111 or drop by Colo. NS F to share Ig 3/2 house NW. C HA.P .
wa.h.r/dry.r..vallabl. In most units for nial Manor ofc. 9 to 5. 101254Beautiful refer grad atu/professlonal. NP. InII\It Sor\...
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. & 2 Bath LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASE! $250 $225/mo + util .
$250-$375, sec ft Imr.' 372-8422. 12-14-. moves you In. Close to UF and Shands. 2 bedroom, 1 bath apt Pool Ruthe/Jeff 373.7210 eves/wkends. 10- Available at ELITE today. 335-1300,

78-2 3761248. 10-30-20-2 )Jacuzzi, weightroom, club house. $440. 11.5.5
Call Diane (Iv. met) 375-7285. Roommate 10-12-10-6
INCREDIBLE ALOHA GARDEN APTS. Have a New option. 101044WINDMEADOWSI Female Roommate. Needed Now
> Efficiency Apt. Year week Vacation at Daytona Beach onus Spyglass RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants -
.'., 1t.r1lnl.U111 ) 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 10- Sublease a large 1 Call 335-4818 for your dorm or apartment. We
Starting at $238 / a BedroomMEADOWCREST 19-13-2 bdbth/ unfurnished apt.' Available Immediately 10-10-4-8 deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave.
3775265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 10-
) Call Aslrld 335-6471. 10.16.7.4 ..
110 NW\ 39th Ave Welcome' Students 2 br apt Duckpondand M/F roommate to hare 3br/2.5ba townhouse 16-21-8_ ,

.,' 178-3988 2 br house In NW 26 Ave 325.00 2br/l ba Unfurn apt thru 8/15 $420/mq 1 lit at Casablanca W, $210 mo + 1/3
371-3861 month 373.58631.m to 8 pm 10-10-4-2 rent free., POINT WEST Call 3770499. utilities, wa/dry Included. Call John 336- GUITARS Ovation 12-string wcase..
10.12.5.4 .*.,. 4288.. 10-11-5-5 $250 obo: Washburn cutaway 6-itring w/
.SPACIOUS ONE MONTH FREE ... case $225 obo Music Man 2 x 12 cabinet

ONE BEDROOM APT. Studios and one bedroomfrom 2 bedroom/ bath In Woodland Villas. F. ns, Roommate Wanted: Historic $125 Eric 3732295. 10-10-5-6_
ONLY $273/MO. $235 Walk to UF. College No deposit'requlred. October rent free. Home, Wood Floors, ceiling fane,
*, LYONS APT Park Properties 371-7777 10-31-23-2 Monthly rent: $460. Call 332-2657 for $180/mo. + 1/2 ultililes 3717747. '10- DRUM SET for sale. Good Starter Set.
4000 SW 20TH AV. 977-8797 more Info. 10125.4 10-3.5 150.00. Call 371-3776 10-10-5-6
12-14-78-2' ONE MONTH FREE or security system. 4
Villager Wed, central air, quiet Sublet 1BR apt Pool, laundry, security, Own room In GREENWICH GREEN. Classifieds. .
1 bed. apt tor sublease, turn or unfurn, cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street Pen OK, near UF $290 per .month 376- Free cable ft water, $216/mo/ + .1/3 util. Continued on nexfpage.WEDNESDAY .
WI"'LI4" BURG VILLAGE, 37 .1253. from 16th Ave. 371-7777, 9453 10-17-7-4 Call Karen or Chris at 336-0077.. 10-13-

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FOR SALE FOR SALE AUTOS AUTOS WANTEDWant

1981 Ford Granada 4 dr, auto, a/c, carburetor to make a quick $100? Sell me 4
MICRO/CENTER Computer 376.1 148 NEWII Exercise & weight training machine 40 + mpg. 1985 Honda CRX, $4350, neg. rebuilt, need valve job, still runs OK, Auburn tlxl Desperately neededl I Will
Editor's choice Hewlett Packard DP Gympac 3500 attachments. Call 3780498. 10-10-5-9 $375, obo. 336-8121 after 5 pm. 10-10- negotlatel 372-0723. 10-10-3-10
Norlhgate M/C/ Prices lower than $150 call Sarah at 3353378. 10-12-5-6 _
5-9
mailorder System below Include 1mb, 1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS door
pwr
40mb ((28ms) Harddnk, graphics monitor. ORION 2 12" subs w/box/ crossover and locks, seats, wondows, a/c/ auto, wht 1986 NISSAN 200SX, black 5-speed, NEED 4 AUBURN TIXFor
.
175 Jensen 375 OOobo. Call
watt
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086 amp.
ext/blue int. Exc cond- must sell $5750 tinted windows, a/c, cruise control, power
Brian 335.9642 Leave 10-11-
Northgate 38620$2499. Leading Edge 3-6 Message. obo 334.5053. 10-10-5_ windows loaded. Very nice.. $5300 Call alumni. Call 377-6167. 10.11.4.10
386ix laptop w/40 MB hd & battery- 1-473-2951
$1995. 1 12 year warranties Onsite war. 80 VW diesel Dasher, 40mpg, reblt engine
ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer. $185. Air ticket: one way GainesvilleTampaLos exc cond, $1750. Call Smitty at
HP Laser Jet lip. $987. 3743 W. University Angeles, US Air. Leave Gaines 3:50: 373-3060 ((8am-8pm) or Penny 334-5881
Ave 12.14.52.6 pm 11.1, arrive Tampa 4:40pm: reach LA (wkends/eves/ ), 10105.9 10 WANTEDLocal 11 SERVICESNW
8pm. $160 Obo 3345289. 10-12-4-6
Surfboards 6'4" 1 wk old $190, 8'8"' $160, ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Mini storage at 1-75 8 NW 39th Ave
6'4t$50475., O'Neill full new $90, Mountain Bike-Schwinn Sierra 18 RATES, low payments, fast drive- Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
O'Neill spring $40, Alpine eq new $100 speeds. All components by Exage Ex. thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 Jewelry 373.9243. 12-14-76-10 $20, 10% disc to students. 332-8917.
Mark 3739883. 10-10-58' cellent condition. Asking $300. 1-591- 377CARS. WE CARE. 10-18-10-9 12-14-76-11
2932 Ben. 10-16-56

Laptop Computers. Tandy 11 OOtd $535. Ford Escort, 1986, A/C/ AM/FM/ radio NEED4TENN.TIX SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
Zenith Supersport286 w/ 40 MB, 2400bps BIKESI Cannondale criterium w/ Good Condition. Call Jeff at 376-6875 Get confidential testing and treatment at
internal modem co-processor $2495 obo Shimano $350. Masl pro Italian bike w/ after 5 pm. 10-11.5.9 Prefer 4 together Call 371-9631 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881.
3355396. 10.10-5.6 campagholo. Both rate ready & in perfect 10.10.4.10 12-14-76-11
condition 334.9533. 10.18.5-8 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door
FLY TO DENVER locks, seats, windows, a/c am/fm tape, NEED TIX for GROWLand ** GATOR MOVING **
12/23/90/ Gainesville/Denver/ PUNCH 150 AMP. sell $250 Also HARO auto, wht ext/blue int. Exe condo must
$150 one way OBO Impulsive top of the line mountain bike sell best offer 334-5053. 10-19-11-9 I HOMECOMING GAME Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packlng 1-
call 374-8957 evenings almost 700 hundred dollars new. 450 call Kevin 335.5681 Iv message 10-11-5- Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dls.
10.11.5.6 376-9650. 10123.8 Mazda RX7 tan, 1984 leather Int., 70K Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 374-4791 12-14-78-
mi., strong & fast new tires, 5 speed. NEED AUBURN TIX ((2 or 3)) 11 I
CANNONDALE 53cm, Shimano 105 IBM Comp ps2/25 dual 3 1/2 dr 640K ea $5900 obo. 374-9590 ask for Max. excel. Call Jenica After 4 pm 3348518. 10-10-
comp, aero bar + original, 3.0 frame clr monitor enhance kybrd mouse plus cond. 10.19.10.9 3-10 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons -
excel condo trip computer. All for 550 IBM graph prtr custom dsk sftwr all $1300 boarding woodser facilities A
obo. 336.7654 or 336-1472 leave mess. 335-9083 aft 5 pm. 10-11-2-6 SACRIFICE! 1982 Toyota Starlet 5-sp, WANTED: 2 or 3 tickets to Florida Au. hay rides A parties A sales working
10.15.4.6 new tires, a/c, $1600, good condition. burn game. Call 375-6824 leave message students accepted. 466.3224 375-8080.
Call 376-0912 or leave message. 10-12- 10-12-5-10
Drums- piece double bass kit. New. 7 REAL ESTATEHome 4-9 What are you gonna do with all that |junk?
Pearl bass pedals and pin stripe heads WANTED: up to 8 tickets for FLORIDA Sell It In the Classifieds! You can place an
Includes all hard ware. $450 Call Chris 1983 Dodge Mirada 61k miles, all luxury, GEORGIA. Call Wanda collect 0-489- ad in our For Sale section for as little as
for for ?
sale? Land sale Buyerl'Market
3355860. 10115.6 all power. Cold a/c, new tires, auto. Great 0584. 10.12.5.10 four dollarsl
? Don't let an opportunity to sell Shape, $1900 obo. 371-7726 after 5pm.
CUSTOM COMPUTERS your property pass you byl I Alligator Clas-

286.12 w/1/ meg ram, graphics monitor, sifieds offer you the cheapest way to 1969 Volks Bug with 1974 engine good DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
40 meg hard drive, 1 yr on-lit $925 others keep your real estate in the public eye. working order, $1700. Call 375-0300 evenings
avail. 332-8333. 10.26.15-6 Where else can you keep your property In 378-2501 days. 10-11-3-9
the market for as little as four dollars a by Trude Michel Jaffe

Eds Warehouses: recycables ant. col- day? To make It even easier, you can 1985 Oldsmobile, Calais, 2dr, pw, ps, ac, ACROSS 2 Mine 31 Hue 49 River anddepartment
lectables rugs desk bikes stereo lamps place your ad over the phone; all you am/fm, call., tint, cruise control, exc.
372-9718430 NW 15. trombone variety need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call cond. Asking $4500 neg. Call Leo 371- 1 Bowlers passages 32 Dame Myra of
utilities drapes jeans + 10-11-5-6 373-FIND today to place your ad. 7865 after 6pm leav. mess. 10-15-5-9 5 Larboard 3 Louise and 33 Thessaly France
9 Metaphor Turner mountain 51 Sentimentalize
MOUNTAIN BIKE 4 sale specialized 88 RX7 SE- 47K sunroof a/c tint. 14 Singer Adams 4 Horse's 34 Suburban 52 Uke some
hard rock component parts; xtra set Potenza RE-71 tires, garaged, cover, ex- 15 Munich's river attribute expanse floors
slick tires priced to sell $260 Cory 332- 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED cellent $1 2,500 obo. Call 378.7542. 10- 16 Describing 5 Tuscany 35 "When I was 53 Delight

5925. 10-12-5-6 Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew some beavers city -": "H.M.S.Pinafore" 54 Ascribe

29 gal Aquarium complete w/ under REPAIR clutch, tires, starter. 84k miles a/c, 17 "Land of 10,000 8 Bear, 55 Red planet
gravel filter power filter, hood stand & Fish Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery am/fm asking only $1600 or best offer call Lakes" to Pablo 36 Nickname of 56 Foster a felon
$125 obo Also 10 gal wsame Call 332- available. 4238 SW 35 Terrace, 3345290. 10-16-5-9 19 Runs out of gas 7 Cassowaries 17 Across 57 Historical
5268 ask Jim. 10-10-3-6 across from Alley Katz 338-382S. 1031. 20 Mississippi 8 Kind of wind 40 Midwest Indian narrative
37-8 1985 Mazda GLC Deluxe $3150 4 door
River source 9 Asian 41 Conflicts 59 Real easy
Excellent Trek 400 road bike for sale sedan, like new, cold A/C/ 5 speed, new 21 Certain cards, holiday 43 Former 61 Wapiti
Hardly ever used. Great condition, 1985 Yamaha RZ-350 Exc cond. Racingkit Michelins, 35 mpg, 378-5710, 372.0768
Shimano compon. $350 o.b.b. call 375- Inc exhaust. Very fasts Last of 2- ask for Ed. 10.12-3.9 for short 10 Body of VIce-President 63 Guadeloupe or
0219 today. 10-12-5-6 stroke street. Yellow/ blk $1350. Ray 23 Hawaiian goose water at 47 Skip Martinique
335-9312 mes. 10-11-10-8 88' Honda CRX HF,white wblue Interior 24 Item of Internationalownership
Guitar-$180CD stereo comp. 32.000ml, 5-speed, new front tires, great Falls' ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
$150.** Cycling hel-$20 gas mileage, very dependable, pleasecall 25 The boyfriend 11 Folklore R p
Call Harry at 336-8506 for dtls 10-12-5-6 9 AUTOSNeed 3719886. 10.19.8.9 perhaps creature W K A
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4x8x8 $30mo533SW2ndAve / BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS English Math, Humanities etc.. Typesetting* EARN $35This
377.1771 If you need help, Call 3357746. 10.23. resumes a reports f letters etc. week for your blood plasma donation
|2.14.78.1 t 10.11 376.5465* 3500 W. Univ Ave with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZED

1233 NW 10th Ave. Alachua Word Processing 12.14.76.12 system allows you to donate in 1/2/ the
*FREE* 372.1664 time) Study while you donate or watch
Test MC/VISA/lnsurance/ / TYPING Put It In writing. Fast, accurate, reliable. vdeos Free Parking. Gainesville Donor
Pregnancy Free Pregnancy Test Masters in English will correct spelling Center. Est 1969 238 SW 4th Ave. 378
Gainesville Women'sHEALTH Member 12 SERVICES and edit. Transcribng 3731937. 1029 9431 MThB. Fri 8.5 Sat 8.2. 121467
CENTER
National Abortion Federation 30.12 13
NW 23rd Avenue
720 12.14.53.11 I Typing reports business legal *
377.5055ABORTION resumes cassettes transcribed applications Term Papers Typeset Resumes Jobs In USA and overseas All occupations .
(To 24 Wks) CAR DETAILERS letters notary *ete Available Business Legal Personal Etc. Don't t limit yourself to those few
** *
BIRTH CONTROL
24 hours/7/ days/3722777 12.14.7612 G'ville Handicapped TYPing companies that recruit on campus. Jump
Handwash &
Gynecology Services Handwaxl Armor Allt YOU WRITE IT WE TYPE IT
378.7179 start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters -
tires/dash! Vacuum! $20.00
2 1475 11 Only Ig.
| 12.14.50.12 today Write to C.A S., 652 W.
cars $5 ex. 4 373-6959. 10.12.5.I
appnt. MICRO CENTER/ TYPing 3760339. Full Palm Ave. Placenpia, Ca. 92670. 11.21. e
COLLEGE MONEY Private scholar I self service computing. Open until $1/page, accurate, last, & reliable. Grad 50.13
ihipsl College Scholarship Locators pob 10pm school nights Typing starts @ uate school approved, 12 years experl
STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification .
J881 Joplin MO 64802.1681. 800679 Exam *FTCE* Only $26.95 Send' 1 1.50/pg/ Resumes $8 Self service ence. Mary 372 0706. 10 10 2 12 Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate ..
485.. 12147511 resumes $2.50/hr 15/page Laser In new drug study for the treatment
check/money order to: Teachers Support typeset graphics spell check theses 13 HELP WANTED of Jock Itch (fungus of groin), call
Services Box
2585 Apopka, FL 32704 ph
EST AVAILABLE PROTECTION! CS 407.889.8469. 11.2.20.11 papers special characters employ 3315379. 12.12.63.13
Ilitary tear gas & personal protection ment databases mailmerge training.
CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER lor The
Info. I Keycham unit or home canister WordPerfect special st. V sa/MC/ 1214 *College Students needed Immediately
Iyengar Style Hatha Yoga. Weekend Independent Florida Alligator Must own
for outdoor
52 12 eXCIting Job.
17.95 each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok, .
Workshop w/ Sharon Reitor Oct 12.14. reliable van or pick up truck and be avail Ideal College Hours 4:30-8: 30
/Isa/MC/ phone orders) Sent Immedi Beginners welcome. Call Florida School Typing/Word/ Processing Quality dependable able from 5 a.m. until 9 a.m. Monday .Exc. Earnings Potential $1 $50/day/
telyl Sallie Cain, Action Seminars, 6141 .
of 3787891. $65 In advance
Massage paid through Friday. Must have excellent driving
service Reasonable rates Have Fun Meeting New People
Parkforest, Baton LA 70816 I or call
Rouge or $15 per class 1012411Are I Laser printer. 377.8175 til 9.00pm. 12 record and valid Florida driver II. Call Frank at 3383121. 10.10.15.13
04751.0495 14.78.12 cense Pay per route plus mileage.
you having trouble finding your bed in Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West INTELLIGENCE JOBS. CIA, US
Norse
Boarding 45 acre (farm friendly pro the clutter? ...RESUMES*** University Avenue. Ask lor the route Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. Call 1.
lessional care In peaceful surroundings .
WE CAN HELP I driver application. No calls, please. Affirmative 805687.6000 Ext. 1 K 9486 10.22.21.13
and TLC 462 Complete writing & development services .
aily turnout grooming Gainesville Mini Storage Action/Equal/ Opportunity Employer
127. 11240.11 4430 SW 34th St.. 3356793. Resume House 371-8148. 1214 fee NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top

Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pair
------------------ Only Inc. 1.800.466.8699. 11.7.30.13

I A national lull .service brokerage firm is
1 looking lor hard-working motivated people .
Alligator Classifieds I II 1 I I I I I If to work in their Palm Beach Gardens
office. Call Mr. Deiter 18008219494.

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; I INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED, CIA, US
373FINDBUY I I I I s-I I I I 1 Customs DEA etc. Now Hiring. ListIngs .
I a I ((1)) 80S 6876000 Ext. K.9466.
10.31.21.13 f'
IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. i

1 I I ;! I I I I I ENTREPENEUR? TYPE "A" PERSONALITY

Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, jobs, etc. to be listed In a II 3 1 ? EARN UP TO $4000.
"directory" to maKe it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form 1 [ Gain management experience on.campus .
explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help I I a I I I Ir 1 .

you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to I I l i Set your own hours Earn from $2,000'
1 $4,000 during this semester Call
advise you. I 1 i ia Now 1.800.9SO.6472 Ext. 25

Alligator Classifieds may be placed In a number of ways: I 1 I I I I I I 1 10.17.2.13

1 I I i I I iL :p"s > 1 Beekeeping farm Work outdoors with

1 1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by II 1 ioe 10I r1 "; 1 honeybees, shop work and (farm chores..
telephoning 373-FIND between 8:00: and 4:00: pm. 1 I I I I I I i m 15 miles Irom UF $4.25/hr. 466 0066
after 7 1012613
pm.
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2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with check, money order. I f 3 s Part Time Service Station help weekends
or Mastercard/Visa information 0 no cash, please) to: !I 1 and evenings call 378.0358 days 10.11.
I I xl I I I J Z
: : 1 Balls Is looking lor exp. cook apply In
Alligator Classifieds person at 1718 W University Upstairs
PO Box 14257Gainesville t 1 11am.2pm 10.103.13Classlfleds.
FL 32604 1 I I I I I I f

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University Ave.,between; 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays. Our trained, friendly -
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use _1 1. ForRtnt: Furnished X11. Services I 1
Instructions exactly. Be careful to include everything you wish to say Re- I _2. For Rent: Unfurnished _'12.Typing Services 1 Dy_.S400
quest for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered' anew _I. Mobil HOIKN" For RMt/Sili./ _13 Help Wanted 20iyt_.700 I 1
advertisement THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS I __4.Sublease HouitfApt/ _'14 Business Personals :a Days.....00
AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an error, The Alligator Is I. Roommates _H Personals 4 Days...11.00 I
responsible ONL for the FIRST insertion. Do not use foreign language, I _1. For Sale ._16. Connections'I S Days.13.00Additluaal l r
of address which identifies the addresseeto _7. RN| Estate. _'17. Notices I MPLAN
double- ntendres; or manner .. Ald.sI Days
Motorcycles 1s.
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with advertising copy does Si.Much
a third party. The acceptance of payment 1. Autos -19. Pets I 1 wmam
not constitute a binding agreement on the part of The l Independent _10. Wanted _20. Lost i Found d'J'1 "at-....,..."awf.NMi Wrr "INCAtt ,
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HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDFAST BUSINESS PERSONALS PERSONALS

Experienced hostess wknd-evemngs. STUDENTS GET CASH
14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS Ask friends about EZ Tennis. Our
Apply In person 3-5 pm wkdays Melting FUNDRAISING your For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
Pot backdoor. 10.12.3.13 reputation is based on quality products, 372.1228.211 W. Unlv Ave..n..t 10 Central -
PROGRAM terminals a pC's, buy, friendly service at everyday low, low City. 12-14-78-15
Campus representative needed on cam $1000 in just one week. sell, trade, rent & repair. Great prices, prices. 10.19.10.15
pus to post flyers. Make up to $1,000 per Earn up to $1000 for your QUALITY CDCS 818 W Unlv. 3380378. SAVE ON RAYBANS
semester. Call 813.837-3003. Ive campus organization. Plus 121478.14 The only part of your racquet that touchesthe
mag University Opticians
a chance at $5000 morel ball Is your strings! So don't settle for
10123.13 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
This program works! No Babalous NewUsedNew Records less than quality stringing- EZ Tennis 12-14-76-15
Investment needed. Call Tapes & CDs Is now In Butler 10-19-10-15
Shands Hospital at the University of FlorIda open
1800932.0528 Ext. 50. 10-10-2-13
Plaza In the Mini-Mall next to
has 2 part-time clerical positions FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC*
available in the Blood Bank: PART-TIME CHRISTIAN Cinema & Drafthouse we give cash For only $30, EZ Tennis has good tennis, Serving UF since 1977
EDUCATOR
for good used tapes ft CDs so call running, and cross-training shoes for Most insurance accepted
1 19hrs/wk $6/hr/ Application deadline Oct.
secretary ((9am-12pm M.F-) HS 1'.I. Send resume or apply in person to: 335-3665 or bring your stuff In. guys fasti! &10-19-10-15 galsl Good selection..going 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.
grad or equivalent; 1-2 years secretar Grace Presbyterian Church c/o Christian 10-16-10-14 Dr Steven Schargel
ial/clerical/ experience; 45 cwpm with emphasis 373-7070
Education Coordinator
data Search Committee FUNDRAISING Earn $10.000 for your Now that you've make friends at OF ft
on entry. 12-14-76-15
3146 NW 13th St Gainesville FL organization, church, club or school. We SFCC, ways to keep them: dress well,

Clerk ((10am-2pm, MFHS) grad or church 32609.office Job 376 description.5654. 10-155-13 available at handle the product, you make the money play tennis, don't forget the BMW. EZ ***GET A GRIP**
equivalent; 2 years clerical experiencewith 4072902998. 10-106-14 Tennis! 10-19-10-15 Call ACTS 376-7105

computer background preferred; 35 OVERSEAS JOBS Summer, Yr round, T-Shirt Salel Featuring Nike Prince Wil. The Spirit-filled
cwpm. All Countries, All fields, Free Info. Write son Head Le Coq Sportif. Rublke'.all Campus Ministry
IJC. P.O. Box 52.FL02 Corona Del, Mar, 15 PERSONALS 12-14-76-15'
Qualified applicants should respond with CA 92625. 10-188-13' shirts 30% off EZ Tennis 372-2257. 10-
19.10.15
resume or application no later thanWednesday SKYDIVE
October 171990. To: LESLIE Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great Skydive with The Williston Skydivers
SAMET, Shands Hospital at the University Attention students: Earn money typing prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical B 4 U buy shoes, racquets t-shlrts, or 336-7970. 12.14.73.15
of Florida J-347, Gainesville, FL from dorm Up to $500/week possible. Laboratory 378-5583.818 SW 4 Ave. 1 string your racquet, consider the tennis
Amazing recorded message reveals details block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15 authority In G'villeEZ Tennis 34 St
32610 OKINAWAN KARATE. Instructor Hal
Call 24 hours
1-202-310-3336 dept. Plaza. 10191015At '
10.10.1.13 1003 10-155-13 Natural Foods and Vitamins Clarendon will definitely get you In
Blrkenstock Sandals. EZ Tennis, our prices are not as goodas shape. Old strong style contact 377-
Now filling parttime positions selling athletic NEED 20 BUCKS Sunflower Health Foods other storesthey are better! Our service 0413. 10.12.10.15'
footwear/apparel. Only the 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 Is not as coolIt's definitely cooler!
hardworking, eager to learn need apply. TODAY? 121476.15 At EZ Tennis, everybody Is so me- RAY-BANSr Best Prices Immediate De
NO phone calls! Lloyd Clarke Sports An relaxing to cash- body.Period III 3722257. livery. Call 24 MRS For Free Catalog.
1504 NW 13 St. 10-15-4-13 easy way pick up ((703)) 359.9819. 101220.15
all that's required is a plasma donation. PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate
Earn up to $120 this month. New donors test results from a reliable source NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
Bit Fundraiser On-Campusl' Looking only; with this coupon only. Come In PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. Get special student discounts on exams BASEBALL CARDSBUYSELLTRADE
lor a fraternity, sorority or student organization today I Alpha Plasma Center 121478.15 and all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD CALL JEFF 378-
that would like to earn 9 SW lit Street. G'ville 3789204. 10Experienced 3770881. 12-14-76-15 1856 M-f aft 5, SIS 10-5. 10-12-12-15
S500-$1,000 for a one week on-cimpus String sale- Gamma, Prince Head Wll-
marketing project. Must be organizedand kitchen help. Evenings.Apply son-syn gut $10, other stores $20. At Permanent Hair Removal AIM TO LIVE
hardworking. Call Lisa O. at ((800)) in person. The Melting Pot. 3.5 EZ Tennis, we don't match priceswe Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for Basic Pistol Instruction
Info about the PERMANENT removal of Firearm ft Survival Advisor
592-2121. 10-10-M3 pm wkdys. at backdoor 10-12-3-13 beat theml I 10-19-10-15'
unwanted facial t body hair. 3744307. Weston McDonell 466-4094 10-10-10-'



Rape Prevention and Recovery:

Students' Solidarity Against Silence


RALLY
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Thurs. Oct 11. at 12:00: p.m.

Plaza of the Americas


PURPOSE:

1)) Raise awareness on campus about the high incidence of

sexual assault, and Job

2)) Alert the administration that they must take an active role in

assisting students in both prevention and recovery.


Support S.A.R.S. and C.O.A.R. by L

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PERSONALSFREE PERSONALS CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS PETS


SPRING BREAK TRIPI JAMAICAI!
Aerobicwear Sale Computer-286 3 1/2 ", 5 1/4 drives SINGLE DAD, tall, nice looking, athletic, White Maltese 4 month old puppy for sale
Sell trips on
BAHAMASI your campus 40Meg hard drive 768K, Built-in graphics, with five year old, seeks a woman who $200 includes carrying box and accesso
a (free tripcath lor youriell. Save 10-50% on all aerobic-wear featurIng
and earn
monitor, printer, cables & software $800 likes, picnics. Box 24171 Gnsville 32602 ries. Call at 3369042. 10-15-4-19
Call Four Season 1-800-331-31381 Manka We appreciate your business!
371-6741 att5. 101810.18 10-11-5-16
1Q.10-S-15 Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13 St. 10- Beautiful 7 month old female cat. Has all

12-4-15 EYE-EXAMS, contact lenses, eye dis- What are you gonna do with all that junk? shotsfree to good home. Call 378-6328.
Join the Birthday Club & receive thou- Sell It In the Classifieds!You
ease treatment. 28 exp. Dr. J. can place an
years
Best & Loan
Jewelry
sands of $ as free gilts. Send sass lor Beckum, optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. ad In our For Sale section for as little as ADORABLE BUNNY Free to loving home.
Largest Pawnshop in Town!
Box 712 G/vllle FL
free Information to ,
376-1288. 10-31-20-16 four dollars! Gray/tan/ long-haired, great personality
32602 call 332-5228 10.12515GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI 371-4387 Call 3749760. 10-11-3-19
BUV.SELlelOANePAWN
10-12-23-18 Come SNORKELING I Oct. 12-14. Incl) 27 yr old SWM enjoys buying gold, cash-
1800 Gun Inventory transport, boat, equipt, 2 Hires motel at Ing checks & making loans. Looks for 20LOST & FOUNDFinders
Islamorada In the Keys. $55/stud discreet rel. Best Jewelry A Loan. 371-
Over 500 handguns in stock SALE SALE SALETV'i$25.upVCR's$854up $60/non-stud. Come by 330 Reitz Unionto 4367. 10-12-23-16
Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair call Keepers?
sign up, or 392-1655. 10-10-5-16
Reloading Supplies 466-3340 If you find something, you can place a
Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer CD players $79 & up. Gold $10 & upBeat THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave. FREE ad in this section. Be kind to some
8 mi. South of G'ville on 441 Jewelry & Loan 371-4367. EZ Loans with approved collateral. Call 372-6724. Old esoteric books; astrology one who lost what you found. Call 373-

Also Indoor pistol range 10-12-23-18 the Cash Hotline. Your Buddy Richardwill readings, crystals, minerals & more... FIND.
Handicap facilities! SCHOOLKID'S RECORDSWe take care of you. Best Jewelry & 10-22-10-16
10-10-2-15 buy, sell and trade new & used CD's, Loan. Cash for anything. 3714367. LOST: Brown wallet lost at or near Butler
LP's and cassettes. 1718 W. University 10-12-23-16 GAY? BI? QUESTIONING? Plaza on Tuesday 10-2 Please Call Pedro
ELECTRONICS PLUS 2026 SW 34 St. Ave. 10-10-1-15' GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs 3357894. 10.12.5.20FOUND
phone 371-3223. Electronic parts IC's, WE BUY AND PAWN Info/Referral/Consultation 12-14-76-16
Diodes, Transistors, project boxes, GoldSilverDiamondsJewelryRolexTV'sStereosVCR's : Set of keys at Library West on ,
MARDIGRAS 10-3 Call Bill to ID: 371-4073 10-11-3-
cable. 10.15-5.15
TOP CASH PAIDII
Only 92 spaces left! Packages from Best Jewelry & Loan 371-4367 17 NOTICES LOST: Set of diving (fins and booties near
A search for atoning blood $159. Don't miss this party weekend. 10-12-23-16 Murphree Area 10/3./ If found please call
For an Inspirational message Breakaway 377-6369. 10-31-16-15 377-5141 REWARD offered. 10155.20
Dial 3783359. 10-12-4-15 Meeting scheduled? Luncheon planned?
WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH.
Best J&L 371-GEMS. 10-12-23-16 Let everyone know what's happening by FOUND: Set of keys with Beta Theta Pi
UMBRO SHORTS... 16 CONNECTIONSGOLD placing a classified adl key ring at Digger's In the Holiday Inn on

for a huge selection olth. hottest shorts ATTENTION: Student Loans on any- Sept. 20. Call 376-1661 to Identify 10-

around, check out Lloyd Clarke Sports- GOLD GOLD thing!! No one refused with good collat
FOUND Business Calculator In a
:
we've got'em all. 1504 NW 13 St. 10.12- W. buy your old GOLDIII eral. Best Jewelry & Loan Pawnbroker. 18 RIDES Matherly classroom on 8/4 Call Richard
$ WE PAY
CASH
4-15 $ 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-4367. 10-12-23-
371-4367 Best Jewelry & Loan 16 $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp./ $30 one way. 334-7759. 10-11-3-20

10-12-23-18 6 yrs of weekly Fri/Sun. bus trips. Pets LOST: Woman's gold rope chain bracelet
SKI SNOWSHOE! When you're stuck out in OZ ok, pkg. transported. GMG trans 336- with loose clasp lost on 10/15/ at CSE or
W/M 6', 1 70lbs. 20's, looking for a W/Fin
home.click
need cash ,
and to get 70263052663788. 11-5-30-18
you
$169.//person! 3 nights lodging, 3 day lift GPA. Please call 371-3337. REWARD of-
20's to go out with to movie/dinner and heels three times
ticket, skis, 1 hour lesson, Apres ski your fered. 10-12-4-20
have some fun. Box 2643 G'ville, 32602. and think of Best Jewelry ft Loan.
party! Breakaway Tours 377-6369. Try it, might be surprised. 10-19-8-
Space Is llmltedl 10-31-16-15" 16 you 10-12-23-16 19 PETS FOUND: Woman's Gold watch near Law
School on 10/2 Call to ID 373-7968 or
Werewoll for sale? Dwarf Bunny supply leave message. 10-11-3-20
increasing just a little too fast? Sell your
Furry Friends fast with a classified! FOUND: beaded bracelet in front of
Join A Homecoming Tradition Broward Hall on 10.5 Call to ID: 334-

Dog lover wanted to care for male and 9043. 10123.20

By Putting Your female keeshonds 10-yrs.'old.: Indoor
FOUND: Strategic Management text
Call Ann 373-
pets. I will pay expenses
book. Call 377-3010 to ID. 10-12-3-20
HOMECOMING 7771 9-5. 10-10-2-19


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PRETTY WOMAN (R)
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the Alligator Classifieds. Here's your chance to express your festive Homecoming Spirit. 7:00: 9:45:

Your personal message to that special poerson (or persons) will help make theirHomecoming.

...and yours..more fun. Homecoming messages will run in the Alligator's special .

Homecoming Edition Friday, October 19. Admission $2.50 a
U.OO Matinee 9 Tuesday

The Deadline for your message Is 4 pm, Monday, October 15, 1990. F .. I ALL Specl.l.AGES MON WELCOME- WID 0.

Support the Beer Wine Popcorn Plaza a
Published October 19, 1990. Nlcho. Wing. D.'II .

d parch of, Dimes Lasagne .
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PAY TV casts will provide fans with good IVEYfrom said. "He had so much to offer the large but I was tough," Ivey said. "I
from page 16 and bad choices. Games that sport. He was amazing." can say this to people now'If I could
wouldn't be available for live page 15 Ivey said Haines taught him that do it, then there's no question you

But despite what may be an viewing now will be for a price. from them, it was a real natural carryover the most important part of coachingis can do it.. My gosh, look how good
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inevitable path UF Assistant And the cost of a pay-per-view ," Ivey said. "I feel I'm a much making every swimmer feel impor you are.
telecast is minimal if the cost is
Athletic Director Jeremy Foley better coach than I was a swimmer.I tant. While his 'stint as an Olympic
said the university is not cur split between four to eight peo- I can see things and motivate." "You take them and you let them coach brought personal satisfaction,
rently looking to telecast its ple. Ivey made a name for himself as know that you care about them, and Ivey said the driving force behindhis
games on payperview."Our The main problem is learningto a coach at the swim club in Santa that you're working with them"Ivey dedication to coaching comes
Involvement with pay- pay for something that is cur Clara, Calif., the same club that he said. "You help them accomplishtheir from seeing his swimmers do well.
per-view depends on how much rently free. Pay-per-view also swam for during his career. goals by working together. It
money we generate that can off- forces homes without cable tele- Ivey who has sent eight swim- doesn't matter if they're Mark Spitz "I think what keeps me in this
set the loss of revenue in ticket vision to install it or miss out mers to three different Olympics, it doesn't matter if they're Joe sport more than anything else is
sales and concessions" Foley said he owes much of his success to Schmoe. They're important. seeing people succeed," Ivey said.
said. "It's important for us to Whether football fans like it George Haines the six-time Olym- He also said his swimming career "When they fulfill and exceed their
have our stands full and you or not though they should pic coach who was Ivey's predecessor helped prepare him for his role as a goals boy I'll tell you it really makesme
can't trade that atmosphere for enter the future with a sixpackin at Santa Clara."Following coach."I feel like I've really done some-
something on television." one hand and their wallets in in the shadow of a leg- guess I learned a lot from my thing with my life, not just a paycheck
Eventually pay-per-view tele- the other. end was quite an experience Ivey own experience. I wasn't overly or something like that"
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I Arendt always.- tries her bestBy r a ter' Yt


DEBRA SARI LINN said. "Now I'm working too hard sports," she said."We're .
Alligator Writer and need to back off. I do too much not just here to get
quantitative work and now I needto through on our sport. We're here
Nicole Arendt takes a hard-hit- do "
more qualitative.
for a reason, and the main reasonis
ting approach to life. Arendt sees college tennis as a an education."
"Whatever I do, I like to do the stepping stone to the pros.
best I can,"the UF senior women's The Arendt, a public relations major,
competition and travel of the
hopes the committee will be
repre-
tennis player said. tennis program has given her ex- sented at NCAA meetings.She .
Armed with this aggressive atti- posure to job-like pressures, but
tude, Arendt, ranked third in the she believes the competition on the also sees the committee as
nation, has always loved to hit ten- pro circuit will be considerably a way to create unity between UF's
nis balls."I tougher. major and minor sports.

wouldn't say it was love at first Arendt also values the coachingand "Rather than separate teams,
sight (with tennis),"Arendt said. "I I support she has received at UF. we're one whole, big team strivingfor
love to hit. I loved hitting in base- "You can't beat (women's tennis the same thing,just in different
ball, so in tennis I just had to learnto coach Andy Brandi) as a coach," sports," Arendt said.
within the lines." Arendt also has enjoyed the
stay she said. "He helps you in so many
The six-time All-American began ways. He helps you out to get your- unity of the women's tennis team,
playing tennis when she was 9 and self going after school, which you especially the closeness on this
was competing on the national level can't say about other coaches." year's team. Last year, UF finished
by junior high school. Arendt's driven attitude also second in the country.
Her motivation to train, which forced her recently to resign as "You're not only playing well for
included running and exercising chairperson of the StudentAthletes yourself, but you're doing well for
before school every morning, Action Committee, a newly the team," she said. "It's a little 1A* A'
kicked in early. created organization to involve UF added pressure, but I've really en-
"I I was very self-disciplined," athletes in community service."I joyed the team aspect a whole lot."
Arendt said. "I. totally sacrificed a had decided to step down,"she Arendt hopes to play this fall
social life." said. "I wasn't being fair to any- after recovering from an injured
Going to tournaments such as body, because I wasn't giving 110 right wrist, which was slammed in
the U.S. Open and Wimbledon con percent to anybody." a van door. She looks toward hav-
firmed Arendt's desire to becomea Nonetheless, Arendt stresses ing more consistency in her game."I .
professional tennis player a the Importance of the organizationwhich want to work on being more
decision she will make at the end she helped found this past consistent on the court, not so up
of the spring season. spring. and down,"she said."I want to play ALLIGATOR PHOTO
The tournaments also showedher 'The committee is a way to get my game plan, which is serve and Nicole Arendt approaches life the same way she plays tennis.
she needed to improve."I athletes into more community ser- volley, every time I step on the Arendt is one of the UF women's tennis team's top players and I
needed to work hard,"Arendt vices, more than just school and court." probably will move on to professional tennis.



I Ivey's.. love for swimming a reflection of his past I


backstroke in the 1968 Olympics. Shortly At he is the in the
By MATT FOGLESON practice, always friendly to Ivey won a collegiate championship
Alligator Writer thereafter, Ivey broke three world records. children who gather around the pool,waitingfor 200-meter backstroke for California State
Since then, Ivey has made a name for Ivey's team to finish so they can use the University at Long Beach in 1970.
At the age of 10, Mitch Ivey seized the himself as a coach. He started out coachingcity pool for lessons."Excitement Ivey also won a bronze medal in Munichfor
opportunity to predict the future by writingin teams, and in 1988 returned to the is very contagious. A love of the 1972 U.S. Olympic swim team, of
the wet cement that his father had just Olympics as an assistant coach for former the sport is something that is very often which he was a captain.
poured. UF swim coach Randy Reese. chased out of the activity," Ivey said. "Young Though he retired from competition after
Rather than scribbling"Mitch wuz here," Ivey, who took the UF job in February kids have to enjoy coming to the pool. It's the award-winning performance, Ivey said it
Ivey made a bold prediction, writing that he when Reese resigned as women's coach, got to be fun. wasn't long before he found that coachingwas
would swim for the 1968 U.S. Olympic team said he's never been happier."I They have to like the companionship of his true niche.
and break a world record some day. think this is the healthiest, most supportive } their teammates, and they have to learn the "As I got older and older and more interested
With the words etched in stone,Ivey, whois atmosphere I've ever been in," Ivey pleasures of participation and the challengefor in why certain people were faster,how
in his first season as head coach for the said. "I'm excited tb be here and I'm excitedto them to go fast. It comes very naturallyfor they were training and what I could learn
UF's women's swim team, had little choice make a contribution." me to get excited about the sport."
but to follow through with his promises. Ivey's love for the sport is apparent to Ivey's zeal has paid off. see Ivey page 14
Jvey won a silver medal in the 200-meter those around him. Tn addition to the 1968 Olympic medal,


MURRAYfrom over Louisiana State, Spurrier NOTEBOOKfrom Mississippi State game and most Boo-Yahlll
16 wouldn't say much about his of- page 16 of the Louisiana State contest, Charter members of the UF
page fense, but couldn't say enough should be 100 percent for Tennessee Boo-Yah Tribe will be looking to
Richardson' said. Opposing about the play of Murray. Murrayhad Tennessee will try to jam Spurrier said. ring up a few more victims again*
coaches devise a game plan for UF just two tackles against the Thompson down UF's throat, Terence Barber, who started in Tennessee.
knowing a weak link at either end Tigers, but tried LSU quarterbackChad Bates said. Everett's absence, will start Satur- Boo-Yah, the name given to
of the line could put their quarterback Loup's rib cage on for size on "They can wear a team down," ,day, also. Barber has 15 recep- monster hits, has become the bat-
in danger. several} occasions. Bates said. "Remember USC with tions, tied for second on the UF tle cry of big-hitters Tim Paulk,
"It'd be kind of dumb, plain and "Murray doesn't get a lot of tack- Charles White, Marcus Allen and chart with Ernie Mills. Fee Bartley and Godfrey Myles, to
simple, to double-team me and les, and he doesn't have many those guys? Tennessee is similarto Keller out; Jackson In name a few. The name Boo-Yah
leave Mark alone," Richardsonsaid. sacks, but he. gets in thequarterback's that kind of team. By the fourth Former fullback comes from the rap
."We're both comparable ends.I face every time," quarter, they're sailing." Terrell Jackson will group called the. Boo-
I think coaches say, 'We have to Spurrier said. "Mark Murray was Kerr reinstated back up UF leading Yah Tribe.
stop Huey Richardson and Mark allover the place." Sophomore defensive end'Mi- receiver Kirk Kirk- Bartley owns the
Murray.: If they focus on me, Mark chael Kerr is eligible to play Sat- patrick at tight end most recent Boo-Yah
", in the right place two Saturday, Spurriersaid. i. The outside line-
should be smiling over there. Murray was urday after sitting out the first five
"t.
Besides years ago against Indiana State. He .t backer/strong safety
cameras following your for disciplinary reasons, .
every move isn't all that it's crackedup batted a ball skyward at the line of games Spurrier'said. Jackson fills in for :. popped LSU receiver
to be, UF defensive tackle Brad scrimmage, plucked it out of the Greg Keller, who Todd Kinchen Satur-
Culpepper said. air, and, after momentarily hesitatIng Kerr was suspended for reportedly will miss the Ten- day. Kinchen stayed
rambled 55 yards for a touch- hitting a police officer duringa nessee game with a # down for almost twQ
"Mark Murray doesn't all the
get brawl at an on-campus fraternity leg contusion. minutes before being
down.
in the ,world
recognition
this summer.:
party
Black and Blue led off the field.
to Culpepper lunch said,,"But he'll"beat you Murray doesn't remember every "Michael Kerr has been a model Tennessee will! be Culpepper "Guys like Tim,Fee
your every time. detail of his only touchdown citizen and a good student,"Spur- seeing black and blue when UF and Godfrey are
The media and spectators may high school or college but does rier said. "He's back on the eligi- takes the field Saturday, The Ga- quick, strong and will knock your
but overlook or ignore'- Murray, recall the shock. bility list" tors will be sporting the black head off," fullback Dexter McN-

tainly UF appreciates coach Steve his Spurrier'cer,undersizedbut "I didn't realize I had it at first," Everett full speed shoes they introduced against abb said. "I didn't see the hit, but*
talented, end. Murray said. "After about two sec- Sophomore wide receiver Tre LSU and blue pants. I heard it When I looked around,
let's Everett, who sat out all of the I thought he was dead"WEDNESDAY
FollowingSaturday's 34-8 victory onds I said go score.



16,ALLIGATOR,WEDNESDAY: ,OCTOBER 10,1990


SPORTSPayperview





Vols' offensive line a large problem I


David meets Goliath Saturday in Knox- fenses.In Tennessee's guards and center average 275

football isinevitable ville in a battle of biblical proportions. Well, 1989, UF was third In total defense. pounds.
sort of.UF's. This year the Gators are seventh nationallyin "From what I understand, they've got

petite defensive line will be at a defense, first in the Southeastern Confer some big guys,"250pound defensive tackle

considerable size disadvantage whenTennessee's ence for the second straight year. Brad Culpepper said.
offensive line waddles onto the But the Gators are facing an entirely Understand this. Tennessee has some
mobile homes on its offensive line. In fact,
different species when they against the
go
field like a pack of fit Sumo wrestlers.
Vols offensive line. the Vols' back-up left tackle, Bernard

The future is easy to see at UF: Gregg Doyel Tennessee has a pair of tackles bigger Dafney, tips the scales at a beefy 6-7, 300
Dec.31, 1994:Terry Dean, UF's first Heis- than most Volkswagens. Antone Davis pounds.
man Trophy winner since Steve Spurrier in NOTEBOOKThe weighs in at 320 pounds, while left tackle "Their offensive line is experienced, and
1966, guarantees a UF victory tomorrow Charles McRae towers over most defensive it's huge," UF defensive coordinator Jim
r when the Gators face Notre Dame in the ends at 6-foot-8,300 pounds. McRae will line Bates said. "They're not just big people.

Sugar Bowl for the national championship. Vols' line outweighs the Gators' by up opposite of Mark Murray, a 6-3, 233- They're talented,big people.They are goingto
Spurrier, who shaved his head after UFs 30 pounds a man. So what's new? pounder. muscle us."

first undefeated season in 1993, said this was UF,with three starting defensive lineman How good could the behemoths be?After Skirting through the holes opened by
his last before he becomes Tennessee's mammoth line will be of
year coaching tipping the scales at 250 pounds or less, has all, McRae and Davis probably couldn't beat one
president of the university. Spurrier's daughter the smaller tailbacks in the SEC, Tony
outweighed just one opponent on the line Galen Hall in a foot race, right?
Lisa who for The 5-foot-7 181-pound senior
successfully campaigned Thompson. ,
this season. Division I-AA Furman. "Davis and McRae are as fine a pair of
the use of the instant replay in college foot- leads the conference in rushing, averaging
Then again, the Gators have been mismatched tackles as I've seen in college football,
ball in 1992,will take over as coach next year. 101 yards a game.
Fans clamor to their telephones to insure in the trenches for the last two Tennessee coach Johnny Majors said.

they can view the game. Over $8 million in years. And over that span, UF has boastedone Oh. see Notebook page 15
revenue is expected to be generated by the of the country's most dominating deMurray's Making matters worse for UF,

Gators' second consecutive pay-per-view ap- -
in a New Year's Day bowl
pearance game.

final is end I
-> Alex Marvez resting place

THREE

COUNT you'll die. Hey I've
By GREGG DOYEL ness, or got
nothing to lose out there.
Alligator Staff Writer
Yes, you read that shocking news cor "I'm the underdog." .
rectly. No,not that Lisa Spurrier will become UF defensive end Mark Murray In the UF football media

head coach, but the use of pay-per-view is the Will Rogers of college guide, Murray lists as his favor
telecasts for important games. football. He's never met a posi- ite hobbies weight lifting and

* In all seriousness, the money that can be tion he didn't like. golf- sports that mesh as wellas

generated via pay-per-view is mindboggling.With I In his four years at UF, the say, basketball and horse
a potential audience of 30 million view'I''I 6-foot-3, 233-pound senior has racing.
ers by 1995, $9 million can be settled in at several locales Yet Murray combines
only one percent ((300,000)) of those house- along the UF defensive front. strength (he benches 375 r

holds order a game at a cost of$30. Inside linebacker. Outside pounds) with the concentrationof
For important contests, such as one that linebacker. Defensive tackle. a skilled golfer around the

decides the national championship, the And, now, defensive end. green, qualities that lead him
amount of people ordering payperviewcould "I don't care where they put directly to the quarterback.

grow to seven percent, which would me," Murray said. "As long as Murray,who led all UF down
equal approximately 2.1 million householdsand they put me on the field." linemen with seven sacks in

$63 million. Over the past four years, 1989, has two after five games
With that amount of revenue, some Murray has heard the same rea- this season.

university's have already started dabbling in sons why he should not be allowed Not many people notice. M

the pay-per-view field. on the field. There's not enough spotlightto

Florida State,in conjunction with The Sun- Too small for a tackle. Too go around with Huey Richardson -- t
shine Network, offered four games in Sep- small for a defensive end. a Lombardi! Trophy finalist -
tember that were not telecast by any of the Had Murray paid attention to and UF's other defensiveend
major networks on pay-per-view for $75 and out sacks like
the critics, he might be selling spitting
individual games at $21.95 each. sodas in the Florida Field Xerox spits out copies.
Sunshine Network Dave Al-
vice-president stands instead of chewing on "I hope all the attention centers 0
mstead said the telecasts would
pay-per-view quarterbacks at midfield."It on Huey," Murray said. "I
profitable for both FSU and the station
prove like time I wish they'd put three or four
seems every go
* if a five-percent buy-rate ((35,000 homes) was
out there I'm people on him down.That'll .
going against every
obtained for each -a figure that would
game "
40 50 heav- free -
somebody pounds me up.
$2.8 million."I .
generate
ier than me," Murray said. "But But that's not the way it is, UF SPORTS INFORMATION
like the calculator I Senior Mark
see pay-per-view Murray has played several positions on UF's
I'm and to be
bought in high school in the 1960s," Aim- pretty'quick, an see Murray, page 15 defensive line before settling down as a defensive end.
end have to have
quick-
stead said. "It was so big you had to carry it you

on your belt. Now,you can buy one onetenththat

become size available for only and$3.99.the distribution As more things capa- I UF volleyball, team falls to FSU in four I

bility rises, we could see an increase in ..

competition and a decrease in consumer The last meeting between the two
v cost. By HUGH HENCKEN squads The Seminoles took charge in the third
resulted in a grueling five-game victory for
Some members of the Southeastern Con- Alligator Writer game. They came out firing to take a 102.A .
the -Gators but
it was not to be Tuesday
ference (Louisiana State, Georgia, Alabamaand The UF volleyball team knew its match night. combination of FSU's MaggiePhilgence's
Auburn) have offered games on a pay- ,with FSU Tuesday night in the Florida Gym The Seminoles the first
per-view basis. And with universities clam- opened game witha net play and inconsistent UF
oring to join athletic 'conferences for was going to be a hard-fought battle. 5-0 lead, but the Gators fought back. play led to an easy FSU victory, 154.

television revenue, pay-per-view telecasts of And it was. Trailing 14-12, the Gators held off three
SEC games may not be too far away. UF won the second game before falling game points before falling 15-12 in the first With momentum on FSU's side, the Sem-
the Seminoles : inoles took a commanding early lead of 13-2
"Right now, there's a lot of free coverageon to 15-12,10-15,15-4,15-12. game.
in the fourth
the air," said Mark Womack, associate "Its frustrating that we will play very,very UF took its first lead of the match at 5-4 game.
commissioner of the SEC. "But as the num- well, but then lose our concentration as a in the second game. With the score tied at '
But UF showed its heart and rattled off
ber of,households available (for pay-per- team," UF coach Marilyn McReavy said. 8-8,the Gators scored five straight points to 10-0 run to draw to within 13-12. a
view) increases, it's something we're going One bright note for the Gators was the take a 13-8 lead. _

yr to consider." play of sophomore Heidi Anderson. UF pulled away,led by Kristin Guetzkowand But the superior play of Maggie Philg-

see Pay TV, 14 Anderson moved Into third on the all-time Suzanne Hughes, to take the second ence closed out the Gators with kills on the
page .UF! : assist. list with.57. _against FSU.: game 15-10. final two points. '- '


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16,ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY: OCTOBER 10,1990


SPORTSPayperview





I Vols' offensive line a large problem I



David meets Goliath Saturday in Knox- fenses.In Tennessee's guards and center average 275

football isinevitable ville in a battle of biblical proportions.Well, 1989, UF was third in total defense. pounds.
sort of.UFs. This year the Gators are seventh nationallyin "From what I understand, they've got

petite defensive line will be at a defense, first in the Southeastern Confer- some big guys,"250pound defensive tackle

considerable size disadvantage whenTennessee's ence for the second straight year. Brad Culpepper said.
offensive line waddles onto the But the Gators are facing an entirely Understand this. Tennessee has some
different when they against the mobile homes on its offensive line. In fact,
field like pack of fit Sumo wrestlers. species go
Vols offensive line. the Vols' back-up left tackle, Bernard

The future is easy to see at UF: Gregg Doyel Tennessee has a pair of tackles bigger Dafney, tips the scales at a beefy 6-7, 300
Dec.31, 1994:Terry Dean, UF's first Heis- than most Volkswagens. Antone Davis pounds.
man Trophy winner since Steve Spurrier in NOTEBOOKThe weighs in at 320 pounds, while left tackle "Their offensive line is experienced, and
1966, guarantees a UF victory tomorrow Charles McRae towers over most defensive it's huge," UF defensive coordinator Jim
*:when the Gators face Notre Dame in the ends at 6-foot-8,300 pounds. McRae will line Bates said. "They're not just big people.

Sugar Bowl for the national championship. Vols' line outweighs the Gators' by up opposite of Mark Murray, a 6-3, 233- They're talented,big people.They are goingto
Spurrier, who shaved his head after UFs 30 pounds a man. So what's new? pounder. muscle us."
first undefeated season in 1993, said this was Skirting through the holes opened byTennessee's
behemoths be?Afterall
UF,with three starting defensive lineman How good could the
his last before he becomes mammoth line will be of
year coaching tipping the scales at 250 pounds or less, has McRae and Davis probably couldn't beat one
president of the university. Spurrier's daughter the smaller tailbacks in the SEC, Tony
outweighed just one opponent on the line Galen Hall in a foot race, right?
Lisa, who successfully campaigned for Thompson. The 5-foot-7, 181-pound senior
this season. Division I-AA Furman. "Davis and McRae are as fine a pair of
the use of the instant replay in college foot- leads the conference in rushing, averaging
Then the tackles as I've seen in college football"Tennessee
again, Gators have been mis-
ball in 1992,will take over as coach next year. 101 yards a game.
Fans clamor to their telephones to insure matched in the trenches for the last two coach Johnny Majors said.

they can view the game. Over $8 million in years. And over that span, UF has boastedone Oh. see Notebook page 15
revenue is expected to be generated by the of the country's most dominating de- Making matters worse for UF,

Gators' second consecutive pay-per-view ap-
in a New Year's Day bowl game. I I
pearance

THREE > Alex Marvez I Murray's final resting place is end



COUNTYes By GREGG DOYEL ness, or you'll die. Hey, I've got
nothing to lose out there. w
Alligator Staff Writer
you read that shocking news cor- "I'm the underdog."
rectly.No,not that Lisa Spurrier will become UF defensive end Mark Mur- In the UF football medic

head coach, but the use of pay-per-view ray is the Will Rogers of college guide, Murray lists as his favor-
telecasts for important games.In football. He's never met a posi- ite hobbies weight lifting and v

all seriousness, the money that can be tion he didn't like. golf-sports that mesh as wellas r' a r
generated via pay-per-view is mind-boggling. In his four years at UF, the say, basketball and horse
With a potential audience of 30 million view- 6-foot-3, 233-pound senior has racing.
ers by 1995, $9 million can be generated if settled in at several locales Yet Murray combines
only one percent ((300,000)) of those house- along the UF defensive front. strength (he benches 375

holds order a game at a cost of$30. Inside linebacker. Outside pounds) with the concentrationof
For important contests, such as one that linebacker. Defensive tackle. a skilled golfer around the

decides the national championship, the And, now, defensive end. green, qualities that lead him
amount of people ordering payperviewcould "I don't care where they put directly to the quarterback.

grow to seven percent, which would me," Murray said. "As long as Murray,who led all UF down
equal approximately 2.1 million householdsand they put me on the field." linemen with seven sacks in

$63 million. Over the past four years, 1989, has two after five games
With that amount of revenue, some Murray has heard the same rea- this season.

university's have already started dabbling in sons why he should not be al- Not many people notice.

the pay-per-view field. lowed on the field. There's not enough spotlightto
Florida State,in conjunction with The Sun- Too small for a tackle. Too go around with Huey Richardson -

shine Network, offered four games in Sep- small for a defensive end. a Lombardi! Trophy fi- 1
tember that were not telecast by any of the Had Murray paid attention to nalist and UFs other defensiveend

major networks on pay-per-view for$75 and the critics he might be selling spitting out sacks like

individual games at $21.95 each. sodas in the Florida Field Xerox spits out copies."I .
Sunshine Network vice-president Dave Al-]
stands instead of chewing on hope all the attention centers
mstead said the telecasts would
payperview
quarterbacks at midfield."It on Huey," Murray said. "I
profitable for both FSU and the station
prove like time I wish three four
they'd
seems every go put or
* if a five-percent buy-rate ((35,000 homes) was
out there, I'm going against people on him every down.That'll .
obtained for each game-a figure that would "
40 50 heavier free
somebody
pounds me up.
million."I .
generate $2.8 than me,"Murray said."But But that's not the way it is, / UF SPORTS INFORMATION
see pay-per-view like the calculator I I'm pretty quick, and to be an Senior Mark Murray has played sev ral positions on UF's
bought in high school In the 1960s," Alm- end, you have to have quick- see Murray, page 15 defensive line before settling down:'as a defensive end.
stead said. "It was so big you had to carry it ,

on your belt.Now,you can buy one onetenththat
size for only $3.99. As more things '
become available and the distribution capa- UF volleyball team falls to FSU 'in four I

bility rises, we could see an increase in

competition and a decrease in consumer The last between the
H HUGH HENCKEN meeting two squads The
cost" By Seminoles took charge in the third
Some members of the Southeastern Con- Alligator Writer resulted in a grueling five-game victory for game.They came out firing to take a 102.A .
theGators, but it was not to be Tuesday
ference (Louisiana State, Georgia, Alabamaand The UF volleyball team knew its match night. combination
Auburn) have offered games on a pay- ,with FSU Tuesday night in the Florida Gym of FSU's MaggiePhilgence's
per-view basis. And with universities clam- The Seminoles opened the first game witha net play and inconsistent UF
oring to join athletic 'conferences for was going to be a hard-fought battle. 5-0 lead, but the Gators fought back. play led to an easy FSU victory, 154.

television revenue, pay-per-view telecasts of And it was. Trailing 14-12, the Gators held off three
SEC games may not be too far away. UF won the second game before fallingto game points before falling 15-12 in the first With momentum on FSU's side,the Sem-
the Seminoles inoles took a commanding early lead of 13-2
"Right now, there's a lot of free coverageon 15-12,10-15,154,15-12. game.
the air," said Mark Womack, associate "Its frustrating that we will play very,very UF took its first lead of the match at 5-4 in the fourth game.

commissioner of the SEC. "But as the num- well, but then lose our concentration as a in the second game. With the score tied at
But UF showed its heart and rattled off
ber of ,households available (for pay-per- team," UF coach Marilyn McReavy said. 8-8, the Gators scored five straight points to a
10-0( ) run to draw to within 13-12.
view) increases, it's something we're going One bright note for the Gators was.the take a 13-8 lead. .

rr to consider." play of sophomore Heidi Anderson. UF pulled away, led by Kristin Guetzkowand But the superior play of Maggie Philg-

see Pay TV, 14 Anderson moved into third on the all-time Suzanne Hughes, to take the second ence closed out the Gators with kills on the
page .UF! : assist t list, with! .57. against FSU.! game 15-10. final two points. '


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