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Vols' Thompson

'' ,, overcomes his past. ..16


} rt Vision wins easily;

voter turnout more

than anticipatedBy

Gainesville along Archer Road.
He was disappointed at the results
Alligator Writer
w and at what he said was a low voter
The veteran Vision party turnout.
snatched 35 of the 40 Student "We tried and now there's noth-
Senate seats up for grabs in ing we can do about it," Miranda
Tuesday's elections, strengthening said. "People didn't vote. It's time
its commanding majority in for me to move on and do other
the 80-member body. things."
Vision, which swept But SG Elections Su-
SG elections last spring, pervisor Susan
garnered support both Schatzberg said the I
on and off campus from nuber of studerts who ''I
about 3,400 students voted Wednesday was ''I
t who went to the polls. much more than the !I
n. SG's two newest polit- 2,500 turnout she had
ical parties-the 32608 predicted earlier. '

Y Student Coaltion and the Indepen- The referendum brought people 1
dent Coalition failed to garner out,"she said. "Students in the
the support they hoped for. residence halls voted strongly to
The Independent Coaltion keep freshman parking."

landed two seats and the 32608 A majority of students said"No"to
; Coaltion failed to seat anyone. a ballot question that asked if
\ Three students who didn't run freshman parking should be elim-
\ \ with a party also won seats. inated. The final count was 1,965

\ Nelson Miranda, president of votes against and 1,240 votes for
.""- the 32608 Coalition, said his party the referendum.But .
JS SULLIVAN only campaigned in that zip code by more than a 2-to-l mar-
I Candidates and party supporters gathered In the Orange & Brew Wednesday night to celebratethe area, which includes the apart-
election results. More than 3,400 students went to the polls to fill 40 Student Senate seats. ment complexes in southwest see Results, page 3


Jury convicts Humphreyon

lesser battery chargeUnited The Equipment

as long as possible," Russo said.
Press International
Police,who have said Humphrey is among the Dressing players
MELBOURNE Edward Lewis Humphrey, top four suspects in the August student slayings,
the most talked-about possible suspect in the searched the former UF freshman's Gainesville
murder of five Gainesville students, was con- apartment, car and Indialantic family home for UF athletics big buckscheck
victed Wednesday of beating his elderly grand- clues in the killings.
Police no longer will comment on whether
his grandmother, Elna Hlavaty, 79,
Humphrey or else is a suspect in the serieson everything out time. I
testified in defense, the jury of five anyone Q This is the fourth of a five-part every
Humphrey's stabbings of four UF and one Santa Fe Commu- the advantages and disadvantages of think it's got something to do with
and delivered verdict
men one woman a guilty "
nity College student. (NCAA) regulations.
after an hour of deliberation. being a football player.
Sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 8 in Titus- Indian River County Sheriffs Office spokes- When a football player leaves UF, It does. National Collegiate Athletic
ville, when Humphrey, 19, could be sentencedto woman Theresa Woodson said Humphrey will he takes with him only memories. And Association regulations prohibit
in be served with warrants on unrelated 1988 maybe his game jersey. schools from giving athletes anythingthat
of five
a maximum years prison.
Humphrey had been charged with aggravated charges of attempted sexual battery and armed The memories cost nothing beyond could be resold. Steve Malloneeof
the NCAA's legislative division says
burglary. and dedication.The .
of elderly which carries a soreness
battery an person that athletes from
minimum mandatory sentence of three years anda Humphrey also has been charged with assault- jersey costs $40. provision their prevents "and therefore
maximum of 30 years in prison. But the jury ing two UF students outside the Pi Lambda Phi Athletes are not allowed to keep any- selling equipment their athletic skills."
opted for the lesser charge of battery on an fraternity house in August. State Attorney Len thing that can be reusable or resold. making a profit on can't keep
Even though players
Register could not be reached Wednesday for Tight end Charlie Dean says UF any
person.In of their helmets, shoes or other gear,
defense J.R. comment on the status of those charges. makes sure no one takes anything
closing arguments, attorney UF spends about $800 each season to
Russo accused prosecutors of trying to "ham- The defendant's brother, George Humphrey, home with them.They're .
mer" Humphrey on the battery charge as a has criticized the treatment of Edward Hum- pretty strict about that sort -
of thing," Dean said. "You've got to see Equipment, page 7
stalling measure for Gainesville investigators. phrey and said Wednesday the assault convic- _
"It's my opinion they weren't able to prove the tion was unfair.see.

charge and they brought it anyway...in an at- Humphrey, page 4 By Matt Adams
t"": .1 l pt to:keep Edward'Humphrey' incarcerated

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The Big Mac is

back. .APPLAUSE t

][ Vols' Thompson

,, overcomes his past .16


Vision wins easily;


voter turnout more

than anticipated ;

Gainesville Archer Road.
He was disappointed at the results
Alligator Writer I
and at what he said was a low voter
The veteran Vision party turnout.
snatched 35 of the 40 Student "We tried and now there's noth- ,
Senate seats up for grabs in ing we can do about it," Miranda \
Tuesday's elections, strengthening said. "People didn't vote. It's time
its commanding majority in for me to move on and do other
the 80-member body. things." i
Vision, which swept But SG Elections Supervisor ,
SG elections last spring, Susan
garnered support bothon Schatzberg said the
r and off campus from nuber of studerts who
about 3,400 students voted Wednesday was 'r
t who went to the polls. much more than the t
SG's two newest polit- 2,500 turnout she had !
''t', ical parties- the 32608 predicted earlier. #

',' Student Coaltion and the Indepen- "The referendum brought peo- i
dent Coalition failed to garner ple out,"she said."Students in the I
the support they hoped for. residence halls voted strongly to .
The Independent Coaltion keep freshman parking."

landed two seats and the 32608 A majority of students said"No" 1 fi,
Coaltion failed to seat anyone. to a ballot question that asked if
,".. Three students who didn't run freshman parking should be elim-
\t with a party also won seats. inated. The final count was 1,965

\ \ Nelson Miranda, president of votes against and 1,240 votes for
& the 32608 Coalition, said his party the referendum.But .
JS SULLIVAN only campaigned in that zip code by more than a 2-to-l mar-
I I Candidates and party supporters gathered in the Orange & Brew Wednesday night to celebratethe area, which includes the apart-
election results. More than 3,400 students went to the polls to fill 40 Student Senate seats. ment complexes in southwest see Result, page 3

Jury convicts Humphreyon

lesser battery chargeUnited The Equipment

as long as possible," Russo said.
Press International
Police,who have said Humphrey is among the Dressing players
MELBOURNE Edward Lewis Humphrey, top four suspects in the August student slayings,
the most talked-about possible suspect in the searched the former UF freshman's Gainesville
murder of five Gainesville students, was con- apartment, car and Indialantic family home for UF athletics big buckscheck
victed Wednesday of beating his elderly grand- clues in the killings.

mother. Police no longer will comment on whether
Although his grandmother defense, Elna the Hlavaty of,five 79, Humphrey or anyone else is a suspect in the Q This is the fourth of a five-part serieson everything out every time. I
testified in Humphrey's jury stabbings of four UF and one Santa Fe Commu- the advantages and disadvantages of think it's got something to do with
men and one woman delivered a guilty verdict nity College student. being a football player. (NCAA) regulations."
after hour of deliberation.
Sentencing an is scheduled for Nov. 8 in Titus- Indian River County Sheriffs Office spokes- When a football player leaves UF, It does. National Collegiate Athletic '
could be sentencedto woman Theresa Woodson said Humphrey will he takes with him only memories. And Association regulations prohibit
when 19
ville, Humphrey, ,
be served with warrants on unrelated 1988 maybe his game jersey. schools from giving athletes anythingthat
maximum of five in prison.
a years of sexual and armed could be resold. Steve Malloneeof
charges attempted battery The memories cost nothing beyond
had been charged with aggravated
Humphrey the NCAA's legislative division says
burglary. and dedication.The .
battery of an elderly person, which carries a soreness athletes from
that provision prevents
Humphrey also has been charged with assault- jersey costs $40.
minimum mandatory sentence of three years anda "and therefore
maximum of 30 years in prison. But the jury ing two UF students outside the Pi Lambda Phi Athletes are not allowed to keep any- selling equipment
their athletic skills"Even
opted for the lesser charge of battery on an fraternity house in August. State Attorney Len thing that can be reusable or resold. making a profit on can't
Register could not be reached Wednesday for Tight end Charlie Dean says UF though players keep any
elderly person.In of their helmets shoes other
or gear,
comment on the status of those charges. makes sure no one takes anything
closing arguments, defense attorney J.R. home with them."They're UF spends about $800 each season to
Russo accused prosecutors of trying to "ham- The defendant's brother, George Humphrey, strict about that sort .
the battery charge as a has criticized the treatment of Edward Hum- pretty
mer"? Humphrey on '
of thing," Dean said. "You've got to see Equipment, page 7
stalling measure for Gainesville investigators."It's phrey and said Wednesday the assault convic- _
my opinion they weren't able to prove the tion was unfair.see.

charge and they brought it anyway..in an attempt Humphrey page 4 By Matt Adams
I." tokeep"Edward1Humphrey, incarcerated t

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McHale's navy: The Florida Crew tors' attitude toward the Sexual As- night and tomorrow night at 8. Admission the "Peer Counselors

Club meets tonight at 8:30: in Reitz sault Recovery Service and Campus is $2. Call 392-1655.
Union Room B74. Call 3348076.Mr. Organized Against Rape. Call 373- Get smart: A general AIDS infor- will host an

Ed: The UF Equestrian Club mation seminar will be held at 6 tonight
meets tonight at 7:30: in McCartyHall 3332.Who's the boss: The North Cen- at 1124 NW 39th Ave., Suite B. information forum applicants

Room 1180. Call Jane at 332- tral Florida Chapter of the National The seminar is sponsored by the Reitz Union
7:30 room 349.
6483 or Raven at 336-8151. Forum for Black Public Administrators North Central Florida AIDS Net- at : p.m.

Emergency: Gainesville Fire Res- is hosting its Annual Banquet work. ACT-UP Gainesville's meetingis
cue meets tonight at 7:30: at Fire Sta- Saturday at the University Centre canceled in lieu of the seminar Applications available at forum

tion #2 on Archer Road. Call Jeff at Hotel.Tickets are$20. Call 3742158.One Call 377-1060. or 311 Little I Hall
3355528.In day at a time: The student Marcus Welby, M.D.: Alpha Epsi-
search of: The ObjectivistsClub group of Alcoholics Anonymousmeets lon Delta will hold a symposium for Call 392-1575 for more information
will show the video "Individualism every Thursday night from pre-med students tonight at 7 in %
: The Moral Basis of Freedom" 8:30-9:30: : on the second floor of Uni- Shands Hospital Communicore, Cl- _
tonight at 7 in Turlington Hall Room versity United Methodist Church. 11. Students can meet Dr. Gearen, I Jk'" I I "ml. ..1 liv Slncl, i.l ( ,.,v A. ...I. tin, .MI..H- ,IU| u,
medical school admissions chair % fW-S- :, i ,,tiii-, Inn'' i nli
2319. Call 373-3263. Call Mike at 336-1332. UF Counselors
Sportsworld: UF Recreational Amen: Baptist Campus Ministries man, and Dr. Romrell unior Honors
Sports offers an informal tennis tour invites all students to "Thursday Ga- director. Call 392-8131.

nament for students, faculty and staff tor" for a $2.50 dinner, fellowshipand Que pasa, U.S.A.: The Brazil-
today at 5 at the Flavet Tennis entertainment today at 5:30: at ian/Portuguese Club meets today at
Courts. Call 392-0581. 1604 W. University Ave. Call 376- 5:15 at Farah's on the Avenue to talk

Crossfire: Student Solidarity 4405. about Gator Expo. Call 392-2100. SENIORS GET
Against Silence rallies for rape pre- Cheers: The Reitz Union Program Viva alegre: The Hispanic Stu-
vention and recovery today at noon Council's Orange & Brew Committee dent Association meets tonight at 7

on the Plaza of the Americas. The presents acoustic guitarist Stu in Reitz Union Room 346. Call Victor SHOT!!
group is protesting UF administra- Weaver at the Orange & Brew to- at 3361797.Q .

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Lombardi's '[


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Iwo begins todayBy

Alligator Staff Writers

UF President John Lombardi's two-day
inauguration will begin today with semi-
nars and a speech tonight by U.S. Secretaryof
Education Lauro F. Cavazos.
State legislators, key UF faculty and stu-
.r dent leaders are among the 1,600 people
1 expected to attend the invitationonly ban-
quet speech at the O'Connell Center, said
will I'll"' Jack Battenfield, assistant vice presidentfor
ME university relations.
MONO MWIMMMMININIMMA The inauguration ceremony, which is r
open to the public, will be Friday at 10 a.m.
DENNIS in the O'Connell Center. A reception at
Backs to the grind Lombardi's home,2151 \V. University Ave.,

I UF freshman Lance Abisror, 18, relaxes in front of Carleton Auditorium while sophomore Lisa Landon, 19, studiesfor will follow at 2 p.m.
Lombardi! said his Friday morning
a theater class. I
see Speech page 4

I Senate sends replacement- bill back for changesBy I

JACK REJTMAN teers for International Student Affairs and a ing" "family housing" in the election codes said."Since nothing unusual came out in the
Alligator Writer financial aid recipient, opposed the originalbill and a bill that allows the financially unstable open, it's understandable that it was a quick
because it didn't allow for the exemp- Tower yearbook to receive Student Govern- meeting."
The Student Senate sidestepped debate tions. She said ment money.
Tuesday night on a bill that would remove she definitelywill On the eve of But Waseem Zurub, a member of the
senators who leave UF for the summer and be at the Ju- Senators Wednesday's SG Independent Coalition, said the Senate pro-
pushed through two other bills in its quickest diciary Committee voted to send the elections, sena- cedure is too loose and students should take
meeting of the semester. meeting tors met only for the meetings more seriously."I .
bill backto
Senators voted to send the summer re- when they dis- summer replacement 30 minutes. Of
placement bill back to the Judiciary Committee cuss the bill. the Judiciary Committee for that time, about bet most of the people didn't know what
for changes. "A lot of peo- five minuteswere they were voting on, they wanted to get out
That committee will consider exemptingfrom ple came to me changes.thought spent de- of there so quick," Zurub said.
the bill those students who can't get and said.. they bating the bills.
financial aid for summer, international and the bill needed change," Markus Sen. Jill Price said her final Senate meet- Sen.Ingrid Sobel agreed with Zurub about
ROTC students, and anyone who can't finda said. "Now I'm really optimistic about it for ing Tuesday was short because the issues the lack of seriousness in senate.
summer class they're required to take. next Tuesday." were clear-cut.
Senate will consider the bill again next week. Senators gave preliminary approval to a Those first two bills weren't controversial "Public debate is not public debate,"Sobel
Sen. Gloria Markus, president of Volun- bill Tuesday that renames "married hous- and the other bill was tabled," Price said. "It's, 'Let's make an announcement' "


gin, voters supported the question of whether the The following is a list of the winners of Wednesday's Student Senate election. Forty senators

number of parking decals issued should be limited. were elected to represent students who live on and off campus.
Student Traffic Court Chief Justice Craig Varn
asked that the referendum be placed on the ballot and OFF CAMPUS SEATS District 3 32607 ON CAMPUS SEATS
said Wednesday night he would abide by students' Kristy Johnson- (dependent Coalition Beaty
wishes. David BerkowitzVision Brian
District 132601Jill Lynne Cohn-Vision
Student Body President Michael Browne, Vision BarnholtzVisionPaula
party founder, said he was pleased the election was Bruce Dotten-Vision Terri Feldman-Vision
"clean," although not many issues came up to divide Camilo MunozVisionKeith Graham
candidates during the election. He commended stu- Gardner-Vision Tingle-Vision Brad EavensonVisionHume
dents who supported his party. Michelle Havert-Vision
Lou HaydenVisionGoldie
"We proved ourselves in the last six months," MacDonaldVisionJason District 4 32608 Sean Mallon-Vision
Browne said. "We're a political party that actually did SwartzwelderVisionDistrict Andrew Barak-Vision Jennings
something. The student body rewarded us. We ex- Kristin Carter-Vision Aston BrightIndependentCoalition
pected it and we're here to stay." Derrel ChatmanVisionDebra

Waseem Zurub, the Independent Coalition chair Gorsen-Vision Married HousingEastDavid
2-32603, 05, 06 and 09
man, said he was glad the three parties worked Todd BonlarronVisionChris Timothy Hipp-Vision Cochran-Independent
together throughout the election. He said the cam- Lucoff-Vision Married HousingWestDavid
paign was one of the cleanest anyone could remember."I'm GerardyVisionDavid PattersonVisionScott James Millar-Vision Leon-Independent

not upset,"Zurub said. "I hope (Browne) picksup Shear-Vision Jason Montes-Vision Murphree
our platform and does something with it." Michael SjuggerudVisionDistrict Steve Plastow-Vision
George SprinkelVisionChris

Browne responded to Zurub by saying that he and TurnerVisionJason 5- All Others Kenneth Anderson-Vision Rawlings
his Vision party will work for the entire student body."We're Zipob-Vision Chris Tompkins-Vision Tolbert

Ann Coccagnia-Vision
for students, we're not 'politicos.'"

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Rape Prevention and Recovery:

ELSEWHEREReport Students' Solidarity, Against Silence


dorms need face-lift
: University Oct 11. at 12:00: p.m.

Plaza of the Americas
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Dormitories at Florida's 1925, the halls are in violation of current fire codes
nine state universities are in need of face lifts that will and rebuilding their interiors will cost an estimatedcost PURPOSE:
cost $100 million over the next three to eight years, of$23 million.
about the high incidence of
a report states. Some of the interiors of the buildings are made of 1)) Raise awareness on campus
Florida State University tops the list with a projected wood, and others have outdated mechanical systems. sexual assault, and
$45 million bill for renovations,according to the report Electrical systems set to be overhauled in some 2)) Alert the administration that they must take an active role in
compiled by a state Board of Regents team. buildings are too antiquated to support hairdryers or assisting students in both prevention and recovery.
UF is second with an estimated need of $27.5 computers. FSU officials stress, though, that none of
million, followed by the University of South Florida, the buildings are unsafe. Roofs at USFs 12 dorms, all Support S.A.R.S. and C.O.A.R. by
which needs $10.4 million to refurbish dorms. built before 1968,need to be replaced at a cost of$2.4 attending and wearing a white shirt.
"We're not looking at creating Taj Mahals. We're million, the study said,because the original roofs are
just talking about bringing the dorms up to a comfortable "at failure. Asbestos also must be removed from Red arm-bands will be provided at the rally.
level," said associate vice chancellor for budgetsand ceilings of five USF halls built before 1964.
financing Roberta Maddox, who supervised the Schools pay for dormitory repairs from the money
study. students pay to live in the halls. While the cost of
University presidents reviewed the preliminarydraft attending college has risen over the past 20 years,
of the report Tuesday in Tallahassee, and some rental costs for dormitories have remained relativelylow
leaders pushed for architectural control over the officials say.
renovations. As a result, less money has been pumped into
Among the structures slated for work are BuckmanHall repairs, said Daniel Walbolt, student affairs vice presi-
and Thomas Hall at UF, built in 1905. They have dent for USF. SEAF00Df
undergone patchwork repairs over the years, but the The study recommends that the Board of Regents ,
study said both are in need of"complete renovation." review the way repairs are paid for and possibly BUFFET
Also targeted for renovation are Reynolds,Broward, institute a student housing fee to cover additional SA S
Murphree and Gilchrist halls at FSU. All built before costs. SHRIMP0lilts

I Shuttle Discovery touches down safelyEDWARDS I .BOILED S$ 1H

AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (UPI) -The Hubble Space Telescope."like H N
shuttle Discovery's crew capped a pictureperfectflight any great team, occasionally there are losing N
with a flawless dawn touchdown Wednesday, streaks and I've thought over the last few months MpM A M
leaving the European Ulysses probe behind in space that's what NASA has been going through,"Richardstold \'pM
and ending NASA's months-long "losing streak." supporters at Edwards. 9
"I'm elated. It's been a long, hot summer..and it's Crippen,echoing Richards'comments,said,"If you Qpo
nice to be back flying again,"shuttle program director criticize our mistakes, then you must also acknow- lts PN1 K
Robert Crippen said of NASA's first flight in nearlysix ledge our successes. And the mission of Discoveryfor R\oAy a'a.3o KMs 199
months. "It is a high day for us." the Ulysses deployment was indeed a success."
Commander Richard "Dick" Richards and co-pilot Crippen said Discovery appeared to have come
Robert Cabana were at the controls as Discovery through its launch and re-entry in excellent condition,
glided to a smooth touchdown on concrete runway although a complete assessment was not expected
22 at 6:57: a.m.PDT, completing the final objective of until Thursday.
300 SW 16TH AVE
the 36th shuttle mission, a four-day, 65-orbit flight Richards and company accomplished the primary
covering 1.7 million miles. goal of the flight when they successfully deployed the 6111 NW 8TH AVE.
Discovery's flawless landing marked the final chap- nuclear-powered Ulysses probe Saturday on a $750
ter in a near-perfect flight, a morale-boosting shot in million flight over the poles of the sun.
the arm for the beleaguered space agency after a NASA officials said Ulysses was in good shape and
summer of repeated shuttle launch delays and near- that its instruments would be turned on over the next
constant criticism over problems with the flawed two to three weeks.

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page 3 goals institutions of education centuries and service ago, the are Cavazos was chosen to speak at 10 M11 M11 A C U D(; BOY

speech will focus on UFs status as still important, Lombardi! said. He the banquet because of his positionon
a national university, and how that also said the robes he and other President George Bush's cabi- CUD A BITE NITE
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I report saved to OLITICALLY SPEAKINGExcessive

of organic wastes form the fish ponds
and (which normally overload the ponds and reduce productivity
,I think ) also will be treated through aquatic plant
basins containing microorganisms so that the entire
system renews itself and generates highly productivefish
( ) Drag Race procreation ponds. IFAS will use the ponds for
so big that their scientific research.
that all six
crucial to The project will cost about $375,000, of which
$200,000 is from a state grant through IFAS. The
376.4458.'r remainder will be paid by the National Hot Rod Asso-
facility ciation. Instead of the usual approach of throwing
requested money at the problem, we have an innovative, environmentally
beyond sound solution at a huge saving. All of
would have this was possible because we can get this kind of
cost thinking from our employees, and because people at
Wastewa- city hall, the NHRA and UF worked so well together

The As a city commissioner, I want to let you know that
an on-site we are working, and sonmetimes we succeed. And if
exten you see Ed Regan from GRU or Dr. Ben Koopman
with the from the UF department of environmental engineeringor
(IFAS). Dr.Jerry Shireman from IFAS, say thanks for their
principal is great work.They saved us a lot of money and showedus
sewage, how well government can work.

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because it became too pain- 8 Alligator. I have many qualms
be dishonest. Later, I came with the carelessly argued letter in
all of my friends because I favor human consumption of cow
them to know and under- milk, but for brevity's sake, I limit
: me. Now, thanks to the sup myself to this one.
friends and family,I am open The team of experts wrote,
,because I am proud of "What could be more organic and
I am, and I am proud of thoseI natural than dairy products made
I from cow's milk?"I would ask,what
I encourage everyone at UF to could be less natural than an adultof
the diversity of our fac- one species filching the breast
staff and student population. I
I milk of another?
those who are making
steps in coming out to have I The experts also asserted that
.large and supportive gay we should "enjoy natural dairy
I will welcome you. products, as people have done for
I Jesse Smith thousands of years." I hope we do
not adopt this as a general moral
Editor 4LS
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M.D. Cumella milk is lot of Injustices"for thousands of
years Tradition and numbers
Letter Policy very natural ,not make wrongs right.
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helmets and shoulder pads to the Players also get a long-sleeve workout
from page 1 sublime-athletic supporters and mouth suit that is used the day before games Shoulder Pads ..r.R Jersey
pieces.The gear is competitively bid on, and in cold weather. -$150 '
outfit every football player with the and UF considers more than just price Because of the high cost of equipment, -$45 W
best equipment UF can afford. when evaluating bids. Fernandez says anything that is service-
Some players develop attachments to "We also have to take able is fixed.Even game
certain protection. ability to deliver on time "To adequately pants that have lost
Senior cornerback Richard Fain wearsa into consideration," he their lycra shine are
shoulder restraint, a leather leash and said.Shoes equip a football used in practices. Shown: +
restraint that keeps his twice-dislocated account for one Since NCAA regulations Helmet '*
shoulder from popping out. Fain says it of UF's biggest expen- player for practiceand permit equipmentthat -$95 Ilf

has saved his shoulder countless times, ses.Fain games, you're is non-resaleable or
and he wears it every game and practice. said he has two too worn to be used the Gloves
"Without it, I might hesitate to really or three pairs of cleats looking at about next season, Fernandezsaid
make a big hit on a running back," Fain and another pair of $800. UF "follows that
said. "It'd almost be like being naked." workout shoes. Dean guideline" and allows
Fain credited the equipment staff for said he expects to wear -Bud Fernandez players to keep worn
much of his playing safety. his shoes out this year. gear.
"Bud takes good care of us." UFs shoe contract is equipment managerwith "
"Bud" is equipment director Bud Fer- Nike. UF keeps an Fain said the equip-
nandez. For 19 years, he has helped the inventory of 500-600 pairs of cleats to ment room keeps everything that mightbe
Gators prepare for Saturday afternoons. have the correct size if a player needs used again but said he has been Hip Pads
From his office, them, Fernandez said. allowed to keep some worn-out shirts and Athletic ,
sandwiched between the UForders about 150 pairsof shorts for off-season use. Everythingelse Supporter r -$15
equipment in Florida Field's Nike Cross-Trainers for he said, has to be returned-even Pants
south end zone, Fernandez weight lifting and running. shoes. F -$2 ,
controls UF's football equip- Fernandez said there may '
sv Knee Pads
ment inventory, valued at be exceptions, but"most of "Next year," he said, looking down at M y
more than $175,000.He the time they get one pair a his practice cleats,"they might give theseto -$6
can quote prices of any year." a freshman or a walk-on or somebody
piece of gear,from shoulder The average wholesalecost who's just getting started."
pads to socks. of the Cross-Trainer is
"You can't buy a decent $40, making the inventory Glenn Sever, a wide receiver at UF in Cleats
pair of socks for less than worth about $22,000. the mid-1970s, agreed that returning "
2.50 he says with a grin. Fain Each player also receivestwo equipment has always been required,but
1 1t
To adequately equip a football playerfor workout bags that Fernandez valuesat sometimes things slide. Socks
practice and games,"Fernandez saysas $20. The bag has a shirt, shorts, a "You try to give everything back," r$2.50
he pulls out a thin calculator, "you're supporter and a towel. The equipmentstaff Sever said,"but you have so much accessto y
looking at about $800." keeps the bags in the equipmentroom things,you usually end up with a thingor Total Cost-$435.50
That outfit includes the obvious and does the laundry. two."
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Designed To Promote ResponsibilityNational

Collegiate Alcohol Awareness distribute awareness literature on'Mon- students, said Elizabeth Broughton, Stu-
. Week will be observed on the UF campus day from 10 a.m. to 1 the Reitz dent Services assistant dean and directorof
, Oct. 14-20, with numerous events spon- Union north lawn. On Tuesday, a Holly- UF's Campus Alcohol and Drug Resource
sored by UF's Division of Housing, Reitz wood Alcohol Squares game will be Center.
Produced by UF Information' and Publications Swvices 355
T pen Hall,and paid tot at usual advertising, rates to communicate Union Program Council and the Office for played at 7 p.m. in the Weaver Rec Roomof "We want to show you can have a good
r Official' notices and important information to Student Services' Campus Alcohol and the Tolbert Area, and IRHA will spon- time without drinking, but if you're go-
Students (acuity and start Call 392 0186'for ,information' Drug Resource Center. sor a free showing of the film "Dick ing to drink, do it responsibly. Alcohol
Attorney Dave Westol, executive direc- Tracy" at 8 p.m. at the UF Bandshell. awareness, responsible use and safety
tor of Theta Chi national fraternity, will Controlled drinking experiments, in should be of primary concern year round,
give the keynote address, titled "Hazingon which volunteers consume varying but especially during homecomingweek
Trial," Sunday at 7:30: p.m. in Univer- amounts and kinds of alcohol and then are she said.
First Annual UF sity Auditorium. Westol will discuss the asked to perform sobriety tests, will be held For more information about National
dangers of alcohol and fraternity hazing.His Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week ac-
talk is sponsored by the Inter- Reitz Union north lawn. The experiments, tivities, call the Office for Student Ser-
Brain Research fraternity Council, Panhelfenic Council in which WRUF-FM and the University vices, 3921261.
and GAMMA (Greeks by Advocating Police Department will participate, are \
Mature Management of Alcohol). designed to show the effects alcohol can THIS
Symposium TodayPlans With the theme of "Get a Clue: Too have on motor skills and concentration.The NEXT WEEK
Much Alcohol Can Leave You Breath- week's activities are designed to CAMPS S
for UF Brain Institute
a designedto "
strengthen the research of more than less, student organizations will promote responsibility among college

120 faculty scientists who share an interestin
biological aspects of the central nervous
will be announced today at a
Health Science Center symposium in Let The Inauguration TODAY
CMS Communicore Building, Health LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO-
Science Center. QUIUM, "Elections in Brazil," by UF
UF's College of Medicine is hosting the Festivities Begin sociology professor Glaucio Soares, noon,
first brain symposium as a prelude to UF 376 Granter Hall.

President John Lombardi's inauguration Today is the first day of UF's two-day celebration of the inauguration of John V. FOOD & RESOURCE ECONOMICS
ceremonies. The at 1:30:
program opens Lombardi!, UF's ninth president. UF faculty, staff and students are invited to par- LECTURE, "Polish Agriculture in Flux
p.m. with a keynote address by nationally ,ticipate in several activities. A schedule of events follows. and Searching for a Model," by food and
known neurologist Marcus Raichle, resource economics graduate student
M.D., of Washington University in St. TODAY Dalton Garis, 3 p.m., 1086 McCarty Hall.
Louis. In a presentation titled "Imaging 11:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. -Various College luncheons and programs around cam- FORESTRY LECTURE, "Agroforestry
Thoughts," Raichle will discuss a new pus. Invitation only. Development Program for Small Producers -
technology in which PET (positron emission 1:30: p.m. IFAS tree planting ceremony and unveiling of commemorative pla- in the State of Acre, Brazil," by UF
tomography) scanners are being usedto que, Reitz Union north fawn: Open to public. forestry associate professor Marianne
visually track thoughts as they travel 2 to 5 p'.m.IF AS Inauguration Expo, features faculty and student exhibits of Schmink, 4 p.m., 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall.
through the human brain. Raichle is the WAS projects, Reitz Union Ballroom. Open GERIATRICS LECTURE SERIES,
Senior McDonnell Fellow at WashingtonUniversity's 4 p.m. -Carillon concert, Willis performance of"Inaugural Fanfares," "There's No Place' Like Home," by UF
McDonnell Center for Studiesof by UF music professor Bodine and played by UF music doctoral graduate research professor emeritus
Higher Brain Function. stunt Terence McKinney, Century Tower carillon. Gordon Streib, 4 p.m., Santa Fe Com-
Highlights of brain research at UF's 6:30: p.m. -Pre-inaugural reception, dinner and program, features U.S. Secretary' munity College Downtown Center, 401
Health Science Center also will be of Education Lauro Cavazos as keynote speaker, 0 Connell Center. Invitation only. N.W. 6th St., Room 131, sponsored by
featured at the symposium. Richard FRIDAY UF's Center for Gerontological Studies
Smith, M.D., who is coordinating
development of the Brain Institute with 9 a.m. Gathering for processional participants, O'Connell Center, Gate 3 area and LINGUISTICS Geriatric Education SEMINAR Center., "Where Do
of Level One 10.
the help of a multi-disciplinary task force, "
10 a.m. Inaugural Convocation. UF students, faculty and staff encouraged to Linguistic Constructs Come From?, by
the is to
says symposium expected attend. UF speech professor Robert Scholes, 4p.m.
become an annual event to share progressin Open to public. .
125 Little Hall.
NoonLuncheon Reitz Union Ballroom. Invitation
research by scientists at UF and other only.
medical 1 centers. 2 to 4 p.m. -Public reception at President's Home, 2151 W. University Avenue.
4 p.m. Carillon concert, features performance of "Inaugural Fanfares," com- England, info session, led by Robert
Our vision for this institute is that,
posed by UF music professor Willis Bodine and played by UF music doctoral stu- Hatch, UF associate professor of history
within 10 years, we would like to be theworld's and academic advisor 4
foreign study ,
dent Terence McKinney, Century Tower carillon.
top center of brain research, said p.m., 2336 Turlington Hall.
Smith, who is senior associate dean for
research at UF's College of Medicine. FRIDAYOCTOBERFEST
"Our emphasis is on examining the DANCE, with UF In-
biological aspects of the brain, and on investigating Gator Growl Tickets For General PublicGo ternational Folk Dancers, free and opento
disorders of the brain and cen- UF students, faculty, staff and spouses,
tral nervous system." 8 p.m., Norman HaD Gym.
All interested UF faculty members and On Sale Today; Other Deadlines Set SUNDAYFLORIDA
students are invited to attend the event.
Preparations for Gator Growl and Homecoming are in full swing, and deadlines are FLUTE CLUB meeting, opento
approaching to participate in some activities. For more information on any of the follow anyone who plays flute or is interestedin
ing events, call the Florida Blue Key office, 392-1661. flute music, 2 p.m., 120 Music Building.

Now For ConsiderationThe Coupons for bloc seating have already been submitted. Bloc seating chairpersonsmust by"Dinosaurs UF astronomers, Asteroids Billy, and Cooke Extinctions, Dan Dur-,"
pick up actual tickets today between 8:30: a.m. and 4:30: p.m. at the Gate 13 ticket da
and Dirk Terrell, 2 Florida
University Senate Steering Com- window at the Stadium. p.m.
mittee is information and seek- Museum of Natural History Classroom.
392-1721 to
ing input from Senate members and other register.
interested faculty for inclusion on the Growl tickets remaining from sales to students, faculty, staff and alumni will go on MONDAYGERMANICSLAVIC
agenda-for the Senate's next meeting sale to the general public today from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the University Box Office for / LANGUAGES
Faculty members should forward infor- $8.50 each (cash only) on a first-come, first-served basis. The tickets will be sold to LECTURE, "Thomas' Mann and the
items and no identification is required. There will be a limit of ticket
mation for Senate discussion to the anyone one per buyer. Jewish World," by Wayne State Univer-
Senate Steering Committee by Friday, Oct. GATOR GALLOP REGISTRATION sity distinguished professor Guy Stem, 2

12.The Steering Committee will meet Oct. Registration for Gator Gallop, the Homecoming two-mile "fun run," continues p.m., 2014 Hall.
15 to review submitted items and preparethe through Thursday, Oct. 18. The race, which is open to the public and has a wheelchair WILDLIFE&RAGE SCIENCES' SEM-
agenda' for the next University Senate division, will begin at UF's Percy Beard Track at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 19, just before INAR, "Fawns in the Glades," by UF
meeting, scheduled for Oct. 25. the Homecoming Parade.' doctoral student in'zoology Cynthia

Typed proposals or suggestions shouldbe Registration is $8 in advance, with registration from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hunter, 4p.m., 112 Newins- .
sent to Jean Chance, senate Steering the Turlington Hall courtyard, Percy Beard track office in 311 Stadium, Reitz Union BIOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR,
Committee chairman,3049 Weimer Hall, colonnade and in front of Matherly Hall. Sign-up for Gator Gallop also will be heldat "Analysis of DNA Damage and Repair at,
or to Nancy Gullic, Senate Secretary,135 the Oaks Mall on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13-14, from noon to 4 p.m. Runners the Gene Level,"by Stanford University
Tigert Hall. For additional information, can also register for $9 at_the track from 9 to 11 a.m. the day of the race. biology professor' Philip Courtland,
contact Gullic, 392-1361. Hanawalt,4 p.m'l,1031. McCarty Hall.r .
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JEREMY HELLIGARThe to each other in clipped, civil tones while
sitting In small, airless studios listening to

each other's songs about our shattered re
history of music's 70s legend
pop "
lationships. I mean it was heavy.
Fleetwood Mac could have been copied
On May 21, 1977, Rumors captured the
straight from a soap opera script
top slot on Billboards album chart dislodging -
Throughout Fleetwood Mac's 23-year his- the Eagles' own masterpiece, Hotel California.
tory, the band has suffered and triumphed :. When the dust cleared Rumors spent
I because of internal strife, marital woes, months at the of
more than six top the heap,
stormy love affairs and an often unstable w. than 20 million
sold more copies and gave
i lineup.The suffering has been in tr e form of number
the band its only one single Nick'shaunting
erratic recording an always-on-the-verge- "Dreams",
of-breaking-up status in the eyes of much of Fleetwood Mac album
I On the next Buck
the music media. .;<; ingham emerged as the driving force behind

With each new Fleetwood Mac release from the band. Tusk neither sold half as many

1975's Ftectwood Mac to the group's latest copies as Rumors nor did it have the enor-

effort Behind the Mask public greeting has mous staying power of its predecessor, but
been one of uncertainty. After the startling.
in 1979 was a daringly eccentric move fora
personal revelations of Rumors, with each multi-platinum band. And it did have Its
subsequent album the band has seemed to
startling moments, such as the title song
be teetering on the brink of breakdown.But which featured African Burundi polyrhythmic -

the same emotional turmoil that has drumming and the entire University of

always made Fleetwood Mac a shaky organization Southern California Trojan Marching Band.

also led to the band's greatest triumph. Three years would pass before Fleetwood

Rumors remains Fleetwood Mac's masterpiece M.. PLn D.t Mac's next album. During that time Buck-
an album that stands among the most d ingham produced his first solo album Law

enduring American rock anthems of the past and Order, which spawned the late '81 hit

two decades.With the release of the landmark "Trouble.; and Nicks won her own multi-

album in 1977 America became a nation of platinum laurels with Bella Donna.

peeping Tom's listening in on the band Fleetwood Mac's next group project was

member's most private confessions. WARNER BROS. RECORD 1982's Mirage which Buckingham wryly

Rumors, which would reign as America's Fleetwood Mac found its greatest success with the lineup that included (left to right) called "Rumors fl" shortly after its release.

all-time biggest-selling album until being Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie and John McVie. Mi1'qJewas followed with another solo BuckIngham

dethroned by Michael Jackson's Thriller in venture, Christine McVie's own
represents the real Fleetwood Mac-the one jumped ship and Bob Welch came and went.
1983, came on the heels of bassist JohnMcVle's Christine McVle and more platinum plattersfor
that wasn't stumbled across. Personnel shifted a few more times until
split with his wife, keyboardist and Nicks.
vocalist Christine McVle. Drummer Mick Before Fleetwood Mac's mid-70s heydey, stability of a "quirky" (according to RoUlrg
Fleetwood's marraige also hit the skids during the band already had a distinctive history. Stand) sort came with the 1974 addition of Torgo in the Night was released in 1987
Formed in 1967 by former John Mayall'sBluesbreakers Buckingham and Nicks to the Fleetwood Mac amidst countless rumors, most notably thatit
the album's formative months, as did guitarist
lineup. would be Fleetwood Mac's swan song. The
and vocalist tu- Mick Fleetwood, John McVle
Lindsey Buckingham's and Peter Green with added to album shot into the top 10, and the future
multous affair with vocalist Stevie Nicks. guitarist along guitarist Buckingham's eccentricity spark
Jeremy Spence, Fleetwood Mac was Initially Christine McVie's straight-ahead maturity, indeed looked bright for Fleetwood Mac. But
The on Rumors reflected the five lives
songs bigger in England than the Beatles and the and Nicks' strange fascination with witches on the eve of the band's world tour Buck-
within Fleetwood Mac. When Buckingham
the Stones. The original band's debut album. and the occult provided an eerie sex appeal ingham announced his departure.
sang "You can go your own way, on
album's first single,he seemed to be speaking Fleetwood Mac, spent 13 months in the making this the most profitable of any Fleetwood Fleetwood Mac continued as a group,

directly to Nicks.And who else could the'you" British top ten. Mac combination.And the profits rolledin replacing Buckingham with guitarists Billy

in Christine McVie's "You Make Lovin' Fun" Stability was a long time coming. In 1970 over the course of 12 years and five Bumette and Rick Vlto.. Three years later

have referred to but her estranged husband Green left the band after an LSD-induced multi-platinum studio albums.In Fleetwood Mac has a new album titled Behind

John McVle? spiritual awakening. At the time he said, "I his upcoming book, Fleetwood My life the Mash; and Buckingham still hasn't madea

At first the public may have regarded thought I had too much money to be happy andAdventures in Fteetwood Mac,Mick Fleetwood peep.

Rumors as just another case of art imitatinglife and normal, and I got sort of panicky, I Iguess..Thousands describes the tension-filled recording When Fleetwood Mac performs at the

but shortly after the album's release, of pounds is just too sessions that culminated in the release of the O'Connell Center next Wednesday fans will
the album much for a working person to handle all ofa band's autobiographical Rumors:
Christine McVJe described as a witness one of the band's last appearanceswith
and felt didn't deserve It. I didn't
sudden I I
very personal statement 'Fleetwood Mac had been recorded in a Christine McVte and Nicks at center

Rumors is Just five people getting to know want it anymore. quick three months. This new album would stage. Both women will take the solo routeat

each other better," she said. "This album Christine McVle came aboard Spencer take us almost a year,during which we spoke the end of the latest tour.I' .

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North Central Florida and North Florida area. Sunday, Oct.
Center ((372-5347)) Death Warrant Edge Presumed Innocent (starts Fri). Narrow Margin Pacific
GoodFelfas. 14, the weirdo pop duo They Might Be Giants will performIts
Marted/or Death Oaks 4 West ((331-8118)) ) Henry Heights
Cinema N Drafthouse ((376- and June. Mr. Destiny (starts Fri), Rettt ((392-1655)) 2001:A Space towering collection of oddball tunes at the Reitz Union ':
6843)) Men at Work(starts Fri)) Fantasia GoodFenos Odyssey flhu), The Hunt JaRed Ballroom. Listen for such college-radio favorites as "Ana

Hippodrome ((375-HIPP) Spook Oaks 6 East ((331-8818)) White October Pee Wee's Big Adventure Ng" and "Birdhouse in Your Soul," the latter from the duo's
b Tg Parts (Fr1SW1)Utchfle1d ) Hunter,BlackHeart(starts Fri),Dick (Fri-Sat), Daughters, DaughtersSun
((336-0408)) Memphis Tracy flotlinere.Funny About Lone ( ), Sunset Boulevard(Mon), TheProducers latest wonder, Flood.

BelIe(starts FYi), Death Warrant Die Narrow Margin Ghost, Narrow Mar- (Wed) Then on Wednesday, Oct. 17, Fleetwood Mac will be at

Hard U Funny About Late Ghost, gin State of Grad 7heRocky Horror Royal Park((373-4277)))Desperate the O'Connell Center making one of its last concert appear-
GoodFeBas, Marked for Death Pacific \: Future Show (midnight Fit Sat) Hours The Freshman Postcards
ances with long-time members Stevie Nicks and Christine
Heights Postcards from the Plaza ((378-2434)) Memphis Belle from the Edge Pretty Woman
McVie. Too bad long, tall Mick Fleetwood and his musical

I ......SOUNDS IN TOWN..." companions didn't call it quits three years ago when Lindsey

Buckingham the mastermind behind the group's best

although quirkiest, effort, Tusk decided that enough was
Central City Die Warzau with Einstein: A Go-Co Crowsdellwith Market Street Pub Whitey Mar-
Dessau (Mon), Yellow Man The Tony Rojas (FH) [U-246-4073 kle and the Swamprooters (Fri) enough.

Sagittarius Band, and Sophia In Jax) [377-29271) And this very weekend some of the best performers that
George (fTue) [374-8002] Gathering Lounge The Core The Mill Tim EnnIs flhu-Sat)
jazz has to offer will be only a hop and a drive away. The .
Charlie's Share DligJitfJhu-Fri) [332-7500] [331-0110] '\
[1371-8069] Jacksonville Jazz Festival has always offered quite a
Hardback Cafe Ragamuffin Sol- Orange and Brew Stu Weaver
dub Gravity Tongues of Ecstasy dier flhu).The Other Ones(Fri).The (Fri-Sat) [392-1655] collection of stellar talent but the 1990 edition has none

with Subject (Thu), Time Togetherwith Tone Unknown (Sat), Naomi's Hair Rlchenbacher's Ben Andrews other than Harry Connick Jr. headlining the event. This
(late), The Monkey Birds with The
The Other Ones (Sat) ((373- with LA.Jones and the Blues Mes- might be your only chance to catch him live and in the flesh
Jeffersons (Wed) [372-6248]
sengers flhu), Barry Sides Blues for absolutely nothing at all.
Dub's Anita Brunette firm-Sat) Band(Fri-Sat),Dead End Job(Wed)
[378-5359] Lffllan's Beat Street [372-1010] [375-5363]

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American Realist Painting and stown Repertory Theater, 619 S. and the Swamprooters, Sea Journey -
Drawings 1912-1090, a collectionof Main St. Tickets are $4 for Thurs- NDolphin Inside Out Xxotic I
56 drawings and paintings, con- day performances and$5 for Friday and Beat Street. Promoters say Jeremy HelUgarASSISTANT
tinues its exhibition at the UniVer- and Saturday performances. Call clowns will be there "delight the
sity Gallery. Call 392-1653. 372-4370. children."
Thursday Afternoons, the UP Downtown Streetdance '90, Gilliland
department of music's ongoing se- which showcases the heart of Festival of Choirs, part of The
ries of musicology lectures contin- downtown Gainesville, will feature Gainesville First Presbyterian ART DIRECTORKaren I
ues Thursday at 1:55 p.moln room vendors, food and several musical Church's 1990-91 music series,will
120 of the music building. acts Saturday evening from 6:30- feature the works of Brahms, Rut- Wheeler
"Parting Company" a comedyby 11:30: on the historic brick streets ter, Handel and Manz under the
local playwright Sarah Bewley, between the Hippodrome and the direction of conductor Roger Mc-
continues through October 20 with Plaza. The streetdance which is Murrln Sunday afternoon at 5.The
,shows Thursday Friday and Sat- celebrating its third year, will fea- church Is located at 106 S.W.Third
urday at 8:15: p.m. at the Acros- ture the music of Whitey Markel Street. Call 378-1527. APPLAUSE is the weekly entertainment supplement to the
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,. accompaniments.." merit and maybe a drum. That's all anyone
I' BY SHAWN STRANGEr They've now experienced playing to audi- will be able to hear."
ences of 17,000 people at music festivals. This Is the'stripped-down way of working'
r, They might have been Just two regular Pleasing such a large crowd can be Intimidating which Flansburgh says forced him and Lin-
guys with two regular Jobs living In a flat Flansburgh assures. nell to use the dreaded DworddlsdplJne
.J'' In Brooklyn.They might have been a hidden "As a performer It's a different kind of -In their writing.
I;i' treasure !known only to New York's East challenge..to figure out how to communicate "DASol"g'began as a way to get peopleto
: Village.They might have given up altogether gelBETH your message to that many people and not hear our songs..That was our primary
1 -another failed experimental band. feel as if the stage is swallowing you up." goal...It was much more of a direct thing
r Armed with great aspirations, an innovative Large audiences are not a great ambition (then), but now...It's really kind of our demo
} sound two subtle senses of humor and of They Might Be Giants. Flansburgh prefersto service," Flansburgh explains.
J that funky accordion beat John Flansburgh perform to an average-sized audience of They Might Be Giants Is not only up to date
.' and John Linnell have overcome great obstacles about 200. with the latest comedy and musical innovation -
as They Might Be Giants. "It's been more of an evolution than it has such as "Dlal-A-Song but Flansburgh

Thanks to the Reitz Union Program Council been something where the major-label guardIan also has a grip on the latest music contro.
oIf angel swoops down and saves us from versies subliminal messages and censor
J the duo will perform at the Reitz Union
:' Ballroom Sunday, Oct. 14 at 8 p.m. :' rock marginality, Flansburgh says. ship.
Both members of the They Might Be Giants "They're greatl"! he exclaims about the
They Might Be Giants'diverse song styles BAPTISTE duo grew up in Lincoln Mass., the town for former. "In our new video we have the word
). range from MTV-pop hits like "Don't Let's John Linnell and John Flansburgh makeup which their second album was named.They subliminal and then a picture of a telephoneand
Start"and"Puppethead"from their self-titled pop music's looniest duo. wrote their first songs without serious inten- the word Tjonely.It's on there a longtime
debut to the sassy salsa In The World's tions while still in high school. After trying "
it's to
enthusiasm that in concertTheir so very easy see.
Address and the sarcastic Jazz number"Kiss sparkles the college experience and hating it both men
His tone becomes annoyed when he talks
Me Son of God," both from their second stage set Is simple -just the two moved to New York City.For three years they
about the recent Judas Priest trial
men and their ensemble of instruments(the concerning
album, Lincoln their
i struggled at their day jobs to support
Despite the diversity, all of their songs core being an accordion and a guitar)with a musical aspirations. subliminal messages."The .
combine that of electric turbo-boom box In the background kickingout whole subliminal message thing went
same spark eccentricity They used a quote from Don Quixote for theham's
and philosophical satire that has the pre-recorded beat of a drum machine.At from a barroom conversation piece to a fact
put name and began to evolve into whatwe
there will be actual like in two seconds. Then to the notion that
: them at the top of the college charts In Sunday's concert an know today as They Might Be Giants.
I America and in the top 10 In England sound man who mixes the sophisticated, Strange things have followed. somehow you could be brought to court by
instrumentally diverse multi-tracks. But oth- having the words Do It' backward on
'We didn't want to come down too heavy The band's "Dial-A-Song" concoction is a your
; erwise, Linnell and Flansburgh are still two record."Is .
for people says accordionist John Linnell. phone number that reaches an answering
"You don't have to put them through this regular guys. machine set up to play one of their songs in that like the Do It' clause In the legal
Wagnerian set of emotions. We wanted to 'We still drive around in the same van, progress. Flansburgh calls it "one of rock's code?No rock band shall use the words Do
make the show friendly and Interesting." which has got to be the least glamorous way better-kept secrets." it' backward in a song. he says mockingly.

Well they're going in the right direction if of living," Flansburgh says. Certainly that The service was set up In the band's early
; the charts are any Indication.Lincolnbumped hasn't changed, but it Is heartening to not years for avid fans who wanted to hear the Seriousness aside They Might Be Giants
: U2's Rattle and Hum out of first place on the have to sleep on people's floors." band's songs"without having to go(to)a clubor loves to make fun of everything. Maybe
; college charts in May of 1988. go into a record store and find out we didn't they're Just regular guys who worked hard,
The New York-based duo see their sound They Might BeGlants' album Flood have a record out. he says. lucked out and love making fun of people
and show as"very non-alluslonistlc."Anyone sounds smoother than the duo's previous who take everything too seriously.
who has seen them on tour would agree.They releases, which Flansburgh attributes to The Ideas have to be very graphic for it to If they are what they might be they sure
Might Be Giants has a goofy contagious "primo mixing experience, and some great work over the phone..a voice and an Instru- do give giants a whole new definition.!

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reminiscent of such jazz greats as Jackie arts,but left after about four semesters. r
McLean and Charlie Parker. But even Hollyday says touring the country and
those guys wereyoungwhen theystartedout Europe is something that can't be cap-
(Parker was 14 when he played with tured in a classroom setting.
his first major band). And like Parker. The playing every night-going to a
Hollyday recorded his first release different town is well worth it," he
Treaty at the tender age of 14. says. "It's what I really want to do."
Although he's been compared to His latest release, On Course features

Parker and other Jazz greats, Hollyday nine songs penned by Hollyday. But he
says his Influences are closer to home. maintains "My band and I talk a lot on

"My father and brother are my biggest the road. They are the people I collabo-
influences; he says. "It was my brother rate with."
who got me into Parker and Glllesple.: So between all the recording and
Hollyday's father Dick HoUyday played touring, what's been the most valuable
jazz around the house to expose his piece of advice he's received? ...
children to different music styles. "One of the things I've learned was to
to be ," he
always yourself says."When
"My father played a full spectrum of
kids I tell them to make
come backstage
Jazz Hollyday says. "We also listened to
sure they want to do it, not because i
Art Blakey James Williams and Ray
their are making them take
Charles. I listened to all kinds of Jazz. music parents lessons. 22-year-old Harry Connick Jr. will/ headline the 1990 I
"Bird is not the largest but in a
way Jacksonville Jazz Festival.
"The biggest lesson is to do what you
he is because he influenced the r
way "
want to do. Do what makes you happy.
everyone plays. His accomplishments as a performerhave .THEY CALLED IT JAZZBy
Christopher first picked up the saxophone led him to perform with such jazz:
at age 12 and has been playingever Jeremy Helligar
greats as Maynard Ferguson and Dizzy
since.His second album. OhBnother.; Gillespie. And when he played at the October 11-13 will mark the 11th coming of the Jack
featured his older brother Richard on Village Vanguard In New York City, he sonville Jazz Festival. The annual event debuted in 1980
trumpet Like Wynton and Branford Mar- became theyoungest person ever to play and has since presented North Florida with some of the
sails Christopher and Richard are both the Jazz shrine. Even with these laurels, greatest names under the Jazz: banner.
immersed in their own music styles. there's still one person Hollyday dreamsof The event has gone through several name and site
Richard has a quartet of his own. performing with -.Ray Charles. changes throughout the past decade. In 1980 it began as
Christopher Hollyday's youthful sax "Me and Richard haven't played together Hollyday calls Charles one of his f favorite Mayport and All That Jazz in the tiny fishing village of
will blow Into the Jacksonville Jazz in about three or four years." singers as well as a big influence. Mayport. It relocated to its current home in MetropolitanPark

Festival Friday night.BY Hollyday says."We still hang out, but we "My music is very Important to me. as Jacksonville's Mayport and All That Jazz in 1982.
have separate bands.: So at this time I but you can't let It be everything in your Jacksonville and All That Jazz (its new name as of 1983))
don't see any future collaborations, but life," he says. "There's always time for became the Jacksonville Jazz;Festival 1985 only to be

YOLANDA PERDOMO we probably will again someday.: people you care for family, friends. renamed the Florida National Jazz FestJvalJacksonv1lle"three
A scene from Spike Lee's Mo' Better Everybody needs friends." years later. Today, the stellar event Is once again
Blues comes to mind. As a young Bleek known as the Jacksonville Jazz Festival.
T at time In music. Life offers many roads when you'rebarely
came a
up strange Gilliam feverishly plays his trumpet upon out of teens.Although Hol Here is a complete schedule of this year's performances:
funs your
omghtrghtinthemtddle( 'Iheswtrg
his mother's orders, his Juvenile friends
had blossomed whenlwas kid but lyday has considered those alternate
era : a
race to his house, egging him to come THURSDAY OCT. 11
as 1 became modem was avenues Jazz remains his first priority.
a iron Jazz outside and play ball As much as Bleek 7:00: -Great American Jazz Piano Competition
appealing and to musicians Td have tons and tons of things I p.m.
more mare young! wants to, he can't because he has to
oats who were reaUytntenested In could work at If I couldn't play the
finish his lesson. Did young Christopher FRIDAY OCT. 12
ploy Y U." have this ? saxophone. Hollyday says."Right now
Hollyday 7:00: p.m. -St Johns River City Band
I'm to become better at certain
-Ray Charles "I told friends (not to) call me while
my thingsvocals,writing and performing 8:10: p.m. Christopher Hollyday and his Quartet
from "Brother Ray"It I was practicing," he says. "It was never with other instruments. There was a 9:20: p.m. Pat Metheny Trio
because parents said I couldn't go
time when I wanted to be a lawyer
seems like the more things change out and play. My mother once said you because I loved to aI' Je." SATURDAY OCT. 13
the more they stay the same.When you never have to tell Christopher to practice; 11:00: pm Decoy
think about Boston-area talent the first you have to tell him to stop practicing." 11:30: p.m. Metronom
names that come to mind may be New He adds that his parents didn't force He's still young enough to pursue 12:45: p.m. -Najee
Edition(or Bobby Brown and his home- anything on him. "My family didn't pushme careers as a lawyer or a cab driver. But 2:30: p.m. -Ramsey Lewis
boys Bell Biv Devoe) and, of course New In one direction or the other.I'm very his jazz:career Is Indeed promising. His 4:10: p.m. -University of North Florida Jazz:Ensemble
Kids harvest of thankful for me do outlook Is modest, and he's smart
on the Block. But a my family letting 6:10: p.m. Tribute to Benny Goodman with Buddy
budding jazz musicians has made its wayto things I wanted to do. They supportedme enough to understand that with age DeFranco, Terry Gibbs, Milt Hinton and Ross Tompkins
the ears of music lovers. when I wanted to be a cab driver." comes wisdom. 7:15: p.m. -Piano Competition Winner -.
Christopher Hollyday is one whose While still in his teens, he played In Tm Just striving to write and developmy 7:45: p.m.Tuck and Patti
talent belles his years of life. At age 20 dubs around the Boston area. He attended own style."he says. "I can't progressas 9:30: p.m. -Harry Connick Jr.
the alto-saxophone player has wowed' Manhattan's New School, an Institution a musician without being open-
critics with his up-tempo be-bop style, cultivating music and other minded to new Ideas and perspectives.* ,
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and scummy appearance are initial istic look at nature in a placid forest far too long and reeks of boredom.
turn offs, but Oldman has an undeniable and gradually swells to an all-out And The Pastoral Symphony: a
intensity that is Just right battle between light and dark at the childish array of mythological non-
for this role. peak of Bald Mountain.In sense, is truly a Technicolor night
Ed Harris (The Right Stuff and the program's most popular mare. The crayola hues are so
J a d TheAbyss) is fine, as always, in the sequence The Sorcerer's Ap- incongruous with the rest of the film
k role of FrankIe Robin Wright(Princess prentice" -Mickey Mouse takes a that the sketch Is simply laughable.
Bride) plays a woman who disastrous stab at magic when he Adding to the inconsistency is a
E wants to understand her lover but brings a broom to life. He's first feeble attempt at narration. The
dislikes what he stands for, giving impressed with his grasp of wiz animated scenes are without dialogue
her character a real charge. John ardry,butquiddy discovers his own but a live-action link featur-
Turturro, who was excellent: in Do limitations when he loses control of ing the conductor and his
The Right Thing, has a disappoint- a runaway army. His plight marks symphony are coupled with an obnoxious
ingly small role as Terry's partner. the film's only real attempt at a voice-over. The narrator
story. introduces each sequence and feels
Joanou, whose camera was allover Other vignettes are more experi- free to comment on their content
the place in Three O'docJcH&h. mental, as psychedelic visions are and quality. He describes one
embraces stability this time, giving unleashed to Bach's Toccota,"and vignette as a "perfect marriage" of
BRIAN HAMIL State of Grace a dark brooding woodland flora and fungi come aliveto music and visuals, and academi-
quality. But Joanou's use of slow dance to Tchaikovsky's "Nut cally labels another as a "struggle
Sean Perm and Gary ddman act gracefully in the sizzling new film State
of Grace. motion photography, especially cracker Suite.And in the film's best between the profane and the sa-
during the movie's climax seems to sequence, a simple fable perfectly cred." It may be, but there's no
State of Grace to convince Terry that he has to do slow down the action rather than orchestrated to Stravlnskt's wRite of reason to get cocky..
Oaks 6 East his Job, but Terry's loyalty to his create tension, and the final shoot- Spring" a group of gluttonous di- These shortcomings are distracting -
State of Grace is a surprisingly friends prevents him from making out isn't very riveting. Nevertheless nosaurs rape their resources and ,but pale when compared to the
good drama that takes a while to clear choices. State of Grace has a lot of bring about their own destruction. film's frequent moments of bril
unfold,but once it does it becomesan Using a real-life Irish gang called energy and proves to be an all Sadly, Fantasia as a whole Is no liance.Fantasia may be the screen's
effective film about crime and The Westies for inspiration director around good film. match for its sporadic highlights most uneven and self-conscious
loyalty and being on the inside of a Phil Joanou and screenwriter Den- BY DAN O'CONNELL as the film's best moments are offset masterpiece, but it's a masterpiece)
violent world. nis McIntyre have created a film by sequences that Just don't work. nontheless. A staggering exampleof
Sean Penn is Terry Noonan. an which doesn't play all of its cardsat Fantasia "Dance of the Hours," a seemingly sheer technique it's not to beIgnored.
undercover cop who grew up in an once. Rather, it slowly developsits Oaks 4 West endless ballet with hippos, ele- .
characters and situations, tying phants and crocodiles, boasts out-
area of New York City called Hell's Animation may be our most un-
everything together at the end. standing choreography but dwells BY STEVE NIX
Kitchen. Terry has returned after sung art-a painstaking effort we
being a Boston cop for 12 years to rarely acknowledge,with results we
take down an Irish street gang and The beginning of the film Is dismiss as mere cartoons. The .r
its leader. Frankle Flannery (Ed slightly confusing because Terry astonishing process is hardly
Harris). Frankie's brother, Jackie isn't identified as an undercover cop child's play,and it's sad that it takesa
(Gary Oldman), is volatile, unpredictable until 30 minutes into the picture. 50-year-old film to make a serious,
and Terry's former best Also,the violent,hard-drinking and widespread impact.
friend. Frankie's sister, Kate (Robin extremely profane characters take
Wright),was once Terry's girlfriend. some getting used to. It's hard to Fantasia,of course Is noordinaryfilm
Terry becomes Involved with all of sympathize with anyone in the film and it's a legend among ani-
them as he begins doing jobs fOr but the enviroment is hardly one mated features. Ambitious, un-
FrankIe. for sympathy, and after a while, the precedented and once
When a childhood friend of Terry picture really takes hold. revolutionary, It offers a grandiose
and Jackie is murdered for not Sean Penn gives a reasonably union of sight and sound which
paying a large debt, Jackie vows good performance here far above radiates from the screen.It's far and
revenge, unaware that his brotheris what's expected of him. Althoughhis away Disney's most Impressive
the killer. limited range doesn't allow us achievement, but regrettably, his
Meanwhile Terry begins to fall in to see inside his character Penn is most uneven.
love with Kate again and as he f falls successful: as the tortured center of Inspired by eight works of classical -
deeper into the violent world of the the film. Gary Oldman (Sid and music,from Bach's Toccata and .. 4 --
Irish mob he is unable to separatehis Nanqji:! doesn't quite match the suc- Fugue In D Minor" to Schubert's WALT DISNEY COMPANY
life as a cop from the life and cess of his previous performances, Ave Maria." Fantasia unfolds one Walt Disney's 50-year-old Fantasia is still a masterpiece after all these
people he used to know. Terry's but he does have an edge as the step at a time like a series abstract years. I
partner Nick (John Turturro), tries wild Jackie. His long greasy hair overtures. It begins with a surreal-

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10-mlnutcs long. Young and Crazy Horse to by the walls/We share the same spaces/
I grind as if they were on stage In a run-down Repeated in the corridors/ Performing the
bar on a real good night And fans need not same movements/ Story to story/ Buildingto

,;;' wony a tour will be underway early next building" Hutchence sings.
year. This theme is carried on In the more upbeat
The album's energy climaxes on "Fin'! "Faith in Each Other,"which features a Jazzy
I' .- : Up," a song that harshly asks the universal saxophone solo from Kirk Pengilly

: ... : question:"Mindless drifteron the roadCarry INXS' trademark passionate and sensual
,,..M.. .' I such an easy load/ It's how you look and music and lyrics return on "Know the Difference
\ .'. how you feel/You must have a heart of steel/ ,"a song about sexual obsession and
'... tfl1... WHY DO I KEEP PIN! UUUUUP!?" The Jealousy.Hutchence sings"You got instinct/

song continues with several angry guitar You got class/ Why don't you leave that guy
solos and ends with almost a minute of guitar on his ass?/ Good Intentions are not
feedback until someone pulls the plug. enoughWe should Join hands and rise

"Mansion on the Hill"glorifies the lingering. above.
Utopian spirit of the 60s: "There's a mansionon This sexual theme continues on "On My
Nell Young and Crazy Horse the hillPsychaedelic music fills the air/ Way; a strong candidate for the follow-up,,"
Ragged Glory Peace and love live there still.But in the next INXSX single to "Suicide Blonde. "On My Way"
song, "Days That Used to Be," Young puts contains all the sexual innuendos typical of
Feedback is back. That's the advertise-
the '60s in its place by addressing those of INXS (lips, hips, blood boiling feeling "the
ment slogan for Neil Young and Crazy Horse'snew
his generation whoVe changed with the times: If Ki.ckput the Australian group INXS over hunger" and so on).
album Ragged Glory. And feedback is "Are you happy with circumstance?/ the top in'87, then the band's latest release
what you get- 10 to 45 seconds of It after your Alongside its strong moments X also has
Are X puts them right into the mainstream.
you driving a new carDoes it get pop
several tracks "end. You also get 10 raw, you Its weaknesses. On three songs (Suicide
where wanna with a Not that this move is bad, but these six
energetic and powerful rock and roll songs you go sevenyear Blonde""Who Pays the Price?"and "On MyWay"
warranty/! 100,000 miles Australians have gone through quite a changein
Just away/
from the old master himself and his distin- ), harmonica solos are used wherePengilly's
From the days that used to be." sound since their Shabooh Shoobah days.
guished, occasionally called-on band, Crazy saxophone would fit beautifully.The .
Horse Michael Hutchence's passionate vocals are album's weakest "Who the
Together again Young and Crazy song. Pays
Horse make an album loud enough to blow Young's sense of humor prevails, too. A superb througout the album, which opens Price?; is a poor attempt at explaining
away any semi-talented, glitter-glammed loose, foot-stomping cover of the Premier's with the funky rhythms of"Suldde Blonde," pressure and depression.The lyrics and beat I
MIV heavy-metal group. "Fanner John"proves that rock can be simple a song already destined to become a dance- are pretty monotonous, and there's that
and still be about sex club staple for the next several months. annoying harmonica solo.

Young's rough, scratchy, loud guitar play- Ragged Glory is for those who love real rock. Andrew Farrlss' guitar rhythms and Garry
Ing dominates every: song on Ragged Glory, There are no keyboards, no dance songs, no Gary Beers' bass lines on "Suicide Blonde" X Is equipped to become INXS' biggest
and the new album picks up where last year's acoustic ballads and no synthesizers. If Neil flow exceptionally well and are reminiscentof commerical success to date, but the album
Freedom left off: From the opening chords of Young continues to produce gems like Ragged "What You Need" from INXS' '85 album still doesn't quite express the band's full
"Country Home", a song about his California Glory and last year's Freedom we should be Listen Like Thieves. potential. But until Men at Work and/or Rick
ranch where the album was recorded, to the hearing much more from the old master in "The Stairs"and"Faith in Each Other"both Springfield makes a comeback it looks like
harmonic Hendrix-like "Mother Earth (Na- the "90s. Feedback is back But Neil Young endorse a united world. Hutchence's lyricson INXS will continue to play the most popular
tional Anthem)",Young offers his best guitar never left "The Stairs" describe humanity as If all music that Australia has to offer. 4..
work yet. He leads Crazy Horse through BY BRAD MISLOW peoples literally lived in the same building. BY BRAD MISLOW

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Brown DerbyWe 'I Mexican Restaurant home of Gainesville's finest salad
Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. Experience the Renaissance, progres- bar. We have specialized in seafood
know how particular are about Univ. 378-6370. In the of G-ville's newest authentic Mexican res-
you Ave. tradition
sive pastas and fresh fish in an alternative and chicken for over 40 years. Try our
your steaks, that's why we only serve bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th atmosphere. Offering Thai taurant. Our family restaurants have buffet A.C.'s

steaks that are fresh cut, never frozen &: 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by Chicken, Cajun Shrimp, Gorganzola been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. dally Across featuring from homestyle Kreme,
cooking. Krispy
and broiled exactly the way you order. the bean or by the brew. Espresso,Cap- Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&:California and Serving daily lunch specials l1am- 309 NW 13th 372-6311
Our Prime Rib is a specialty of the puccino, &: numerous exotic coffees Chicago Style Pizzas. DaVind's de- 2:30pm: &:delicious dinner entree's 5-10

house with different cuts to satisfy from the world over. Many varieties of light. Afterwards enjoy homemade weekdays & 5-10:30: weekends. Comein Scully's Seafood Place

every appetite.Seafood lovers will feel tea,too.10am-10pm Mon-Sat,Sun 12-5. desserts & &: give us a try! 7038 NW 10th Fl.
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right at home with a large and varied (between Service Merchandise &: Mr. your you
ific wine list. Kevin Curtin chef. S.-Th. have a desire for seafood? Scully's offers
selection to choose from. Dinners come -- 5-10 & Fri. & Sat. 5-11 706 W. Han's)332-0878. I
pm : pm. plenty of quality seafood such as
complete with our fabulous Super
Salad Table, choice of and Univ. Ave.3782001.Manaro's II Crab Legs, Grouper, Catfish, Shrimp,
your potato
Scallops, Cams and Stuffed Crab at
oven baked bread. From 5 to 7 p.m.join s I
afford. Non-seafood
prices you can
your friends for the Best Happy Hourin
items also available. Lobster night
town. Enjoy reduced price cocktails
plus complimentary hot and cold chef Since 1955."Some things never change. The Market Street Pub every Tuesday night. Casual atmo-

selected Hors d' Oeuvres. Banquet facilities fortunately your good taste and our fresh handcrafted sphere. Open for lunch weekdays from
Enjoy import style
11:30am: to 2:30: pm. Open Sunday
available. Most major credit consistently delicious Italian food.
beers in a jovial English pub. Live en-
7 Dinner served from 5 through Thursday from 5:00pm: to
cards accepted. Reservations not Open days. pm.
tertainment Frl, Sat evenings No
needed but for parties of six or more, Gainesville's most popular Italian Res- cover.120SW 1st Ave.377-2927.Lunch 1000pm.: Open Friday and Saturdayfrom
taurant for 30 Casual attire 5:00pm: to 11:00pm.: MC/VISA.
please call 373-0088.5220 13th St., over years.
and dinner
just south of Williston Rd.Ivey's welcome. Fresh dishes daily including daily. 2031 NW 13th Street,371.1811.SPANISH.

chicken, veal, steak, shrimp &: home- The Mill Bakery,
made desserts at affordable prices.
Eatery & BreweryFull
Grill l\ Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail-

Great place for a date-cozy and inti able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast Bar,fresh brewed beer.Drink Specials -
mate. Enjoy breakfast, lunch\ and din- ( on Univ. Ave.) 2010 HawthorneRd. 4-7 daily. Expanded Patio with

ner. Extensive menus with unique cre- (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall live entertainment Wed.-Sat. nights. La ConchaThe
Oaks Mall Plaza, 331-0110.
ations.Specializing in seafood,chicken 372-4690.dubs and organizationswe -
flavor of Key West right here in
and dishes. seductive can serve dinner Pub
pasta Sensually your Murphy's Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American

desserts, espresso, cappucino, beer, Daily Specials Cuisine. M-F11 am-8:30: pm. 4002

wine list. Credit cards welcome. Open Deli Sandwiches &: Ice cold beer! W.Newberry Rd. Plaza West 3784002.
7 days, 6 ngihts. 3303 W. Univ. Ave. Original Pizza PalaceThe Billiards, Darts and Video games.

371-4839. kind: of place your friends would Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur.

tell you about. Homemade pasta,fresh ?llam-12pm. Fri.-Sat. llam-lam. Sun. STEAKGreat

J's Restaurant baked lasagna &:sauces made to order. Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across

Open every day at 5pm. Corner of NW from the YMCA pool. 3724751.
Breakfast house 20
years. Serving 23rd Ave.and 6th St.372-1546
00-2.30: : every day. One block to cam- Red Lion TavernCome Steaks

pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave. 3726666. watch Tennessee go down inflames Beef & SpiritsFor

-on our 4 screens.When you're the best steaks and prime rib in

Snuffy's Restaurantand MEXICANBurrito ready for some games of your own, Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
we've got pool, darts, pinball & foos-
grill or our chef will
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day. DJ
your dinner. Chicken &: Seafood too!
1017 W. Univ. Ave. 376-8899 2413 SW 13th St. 3786320SEAFOOD
Open daily 5-10.2 For 1 well drinks &
Caribbean with
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met burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, Brothers pm.

baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand- GOURMETToby's Taco Co. challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 3734301.

wiches, and New England dam chow-
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cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. vegetarian items available. Try our famous Aw Shucks THAI

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11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MQ, Visa warm Country Inn setting featuring Oyster Bar Tim's Thai RestaurantBrings

& Am. X. uniquely prepared seafood, veal,
For over seven of
years serving some you the "Best Blend of the Orient
El Toro
steaks, fowl, and pasta specialities. the freshest gourmet seafood in Open Mon-Sat, Closed Sun.Visa,
Tableside flambe' desserts and coffee Mexican Restaurant Gainesville. Lunch and dinner
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722 S. Main S The Red Bldg. Brian 335.9642 Leave Message 10.113.8 40mb ((28ms) Harddlsk, graphics monitor. Market? Don't t let an opportunity to sell.
Mature person wanted to share 2bd/2ba WE ARE CHEAPER MC 28612$948/ MC 386SX- $1086, your property pass you byl)Alligator Classifieds
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pool sec system $285/mo/ + util. Call Air ticket; one way Gainesville Tampa- 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery. keep your real estate In the public eye
Los Angeles, US Air. Leave Gaines 3;50 Where else can keep property In
evenings 373 4503 or 335.4731. 1022 $1995 1 ft 2 year warranties. Onsite warranties you your
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control pm 11 1.1, arrive Tampa 40pm: reach LA Panasonic 1180 printer- $185 the market lor as little as four dollars a
M N S for 2 bd/1 ba house in NE area. any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 8pm. $160 obo 334.5289. 10-1246 HP Laser Jet lip- $987 3743 W. University day? To make It even easier, you can
Wood demo. Call 336.9193 student Iv. message ad the phone all
Fall sem. only. floors big yard Ave 1214526IBM place your over ; you
can heat Cheapl) Craig 371-1070 $100 1019386 Mountain Bike-Schwlnn Sierra 18 need I Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call
+ 1/2/ util Can call late.. speeds All components by Exage Excellent Comp ps2/25/ dual 3 1/2 dr 640K ea 373.FIND today to place your ad
condition. Asking $300. 1591-
2400 BD MODEM $98 clr monitor enhance kybrd mouse plus
Roommate wanted M/F upperclassman or 2932 Ben. IBM graph prtr custom dsk sftwr all $1300 Rockwood Villas condo 2/2/ for sale
grad pre I, for own room In 2 bdr/1 bath In WORD PERFECT $135 I Cannondale criterium w// 335.9083 aft 5 pm. 101126 by owner. 3351982.
SW area. $200 pays rent & util call 336
9856 CALL ELITE 3351300. Shimano $350 Mas! pro Italian bike w//
11-1.33.8 campagnolo. Both race ready & In perfect RACING BIKE: 14spd. Shimano components 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED
condition 3349533. 101656 Aluminum frame Complete w/ accessories -
M rmmt needed for own bdrm/bath in
$400 firm Call 336.1806 &
Park Place. $188/mo/ 1/3/
3br/2ba/ apt in + CANNONDALE
53cm, Shimano 105 REPAIR
PUNCH 150 AMP. sell $250 Also HARO leave message.
util Call 335.1985 for Inlo comp, aero bar + original, 3.0 frame Impulsive top of the line mountain bike Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery
excel. condo trip computer. All for 550 almost 700 hundred dollars new. 450 DRESSER AND SHELF UNIT. available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace,
looking for reliable roommate. obo. 336.7654 or 336.1472 leave mess 376.9650. 101236FLY GOLD TRIM.$100. NIGHT TABLE15. across from Alley Katz 336.3825. 10.31.
$135/mo/ + 1/2 util. 4th Ave between 11 tha 10 I 1546 3347767 101648 378
12lh Streets. Call Patrick 3380768. TO DENVER

Drums- piece double bass kit. New 12/23/90 Gainesville/Denver IBM PS/2 model 30, fish tank(55( gal), 1985 Yamaha RZ.350 Exc condo Racingkit
M for 2br I 1/2ba apt French Quarter Pearl bass pedals and pin stripe heads. $150 one way OBO lamps VCR beta stereo. comics TV, Inc exhauat Very fasti Last of 2-
$210 a month + 1/2 util Call Rob 375 Includes all hard ware. $450 Call Chris call 374.8957 evenings dorm fridge & much more. 335.1982 for stroke street Yellow/ blk $1350 Ray
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OAKS 1 MALL 10UAKSMAli I SHOW money, have to sell my baby. Red Camaro 1982 deep blue Are you having trouble finding your bed In
I $3.00PAILYTWIUcHT 76 Fiat convertible. Excellent condition, Auto / alt / windows tinted the clutter?
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awesome stereo system. $2500 obo. Great conditionCall WE CAN HELPIGainesville !
Call 374.9575. 10-15-5-9 372-6217 (Ans machine) Mini Storage
OAKS 6 EAST 331-8818 MHNOAUIULI 10-15-3-9 4430 SW 34th St.- 3356793.
1986 NISSAN 200SX, black 5-speed 10-12-3-11
tinted windows, a/c/ cruise control, power 1969 Volks Bug with 1974 engine good
windows, loaded. Very nice. $5300 Call working order, $1700. Call 375.0300 evenings Interviewing with high tech firms? 'Your
WHITE HUNTER 1-473-2951 378-2501 days. 10113.9 Interviewing Guide to the Information Industry .
GHOST EOS can help. Researched by !former

ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 1985 Oldsmobile, Calais, 2dr, pw, ps, ac, "Big 6" consultant. 60-mmute video
BLACK HEARTs RATES, low payments, fast drive- am/fm, call., tint, cruise control exc. ($39.95)) 70-page text ($34.95)), both
thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 cond. Asking $4500, neg. Call Leo 371. ($69 95)) Send check or money order to:
377-CARS. WE CARE. 10-18-10-9 7865 after 6pm leav. mess. 10155.9 Bolick Productions, PO Box 8594, Red
Bank, NJ 07701. 10123.11

Ford Escort, 1986, A/C/ AM/FM radio 88 RX7 SE- 47K sunroof, a/c, tint I,
Good Condition. Call Jeff at 376.6875 Potenza RE-71 tire, garaged, cover, excellent *Associate Tutoring*

NARROW ....... after 5 pm. 10-11-5-9 $12,500 obo. Call 3767542. 10- English, Math, Humanities, etc..
ABOUT O WSTAfuf MARGIN 19.8.9 II you need help, Call 335-7746. 10.23-
fW nil o YB96V ED I 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door 10-11
__IF .11I locks teats, windows, a/c, am/lm/ tape, Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew
auto, wht ext/blue/ Int. Exc condmust clutch, tires, starter 84k miles a/c, Will watch your children in my SW home,
tell best offer 334-5053. 10-19-11-9 am/fm asking only $1600 or best offer call weekdays, while you go to school or
334-5290. 10-16-5-9 work. I am a mother of one. Call 373-
Mazda RX7 lan, 1984 leather int., 70K 7380. 10-17-5-11
PRESUMEDINNOCENT' ml., strong & fast new tires, 5 speed. 1985 Mazda GLC Deluxe $3150 door -
Sarehs $5900 obo. 374-9590 ask for Max. excel sedan, like new, cold A/C, 5 speed new SUNBELT MOVING*
GRACE M tom tI cond. 10-19-10-9 Michelins, 35 mpg, 378.5710,372.0768 *
becrrsse4 ask for Ed. 10-12-3-9 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.

Hell'l Kltchen.\IJ\ SACRIFICE! 1982 Toyota Starlet 5-sp, 1 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist.

III .."..... I E!!]) new tires, a/c, $1600, good condition. 88' Honda CRX HF, white wblue Interior, Lie/Ins.MOVE. 12-14-76-11 Priced for Students! Marty 375-
Call 376-0912 or leave message. 10-12- 32,000mi, 5-speed, new front tires, great
4.9 gas mileage, very dependable, please
.8118 ADJACENT TO MALL call 371-9886. 10-19-8-9 AAA STORAGE

IN OAKS PLAZA0th 1983 Dodge Mirada. 61k miles, all luxury, Close to UF, Convenient

all power. Cold a/c new tires, auto. Great 10 WANTEDLocal 4x4x4 $15/mo
No one shape, $1900 obo. 371-7726 niter 5pm. 4x8x8 $30mo533SW2ndAve.
Anniversary 377-1771
under 17 10-15-5-9!
Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class 12-14-76-11 I
will be ETC. Top $ trade. Ozzie' Fine
1985 PONTIAC FIERO excellent running Rings or
admittedAR. Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10 BIG TOP
FANT9A condition; great gas mileage; 5-speed;
Where with the of
can you fly greatest
new rubber & brakes; ONLY 1900; Call
NEED TIX for GROWLand ease?
332-6731. 10-16-5-9

68 VW wrecked but drivable, fresh motor HOMECOMING GAME *FREE*
call Kevin 335-5681 Iv 10-11-
less than 500 miles, strong running, $850 message Pregnancy TestGainesville
Decades of 5-10
obo, call Michael @ 375.6852 leave mes Women'sHEALTH

DESTINY( Life in the Mafia. sage. 10.15-3.9 WANTED: 2 or 3 tickets to Florida Auburn 720 NW 23rd CENTER Avenue

Call 375.6824 leave
1971 Volkswagen Pop-top camper Excellent
!PG-13lp GoodFellas body & interior, runs great; new sage. 10-12-5-10 ABORTION (To 24 Wks)

[m paint & upholstery. Must... $1700.3324127. BIRTH CONTROL
10-12-2-9 WANTED: up to 8 ticket for FLORIDA Gynecology Services
GEORGIA. Call Wanda collect 0.489-
Starling Friday; .it the Oaks 10.Theatre. 0584. 10-12-5-10 12-14-75-11
1976 Chevy van w/130,000/ miles. Runs
good; body not so good. Still has many COllEGE MONEY. Private scholar.
miles left.! Fort McCoy 12362161. 10- NEED 4 AUBURN TIXFor ships! College Scholarship Locators pob'
Z1mC.THEAtRES 17-5-9 1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881 800-879-

alumni. Call 377-6167. 10-11-4-10 7485. 12-14-75-11
1981 Dodge Omni 4-speed, rebuilt carb ft
OAKS MALL Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional -
OAKS MALL 1A t trans, very dependable, good mpg runs TOP DOLLAR FOR Auburn and Akron .
care in peaceful surroundings.Daily
IU 6309 i NEWBERRY ROAD great. Asking $975. Call John 377-9050 football coupons! Call 334-9022 eve turnout grooming and TLC 462-
Iv mess. 10-19-7-9 nings. 10175.10

77 Buick Skylark. Auto, PS, PB, new NEED AUBURN TIX. Have 2 Growl ft 2 / FOR COLLEGE
COMPLETELY UNCUT IN tires, engine rebuilt 2 yrs ago, runs very homecoming game tickets. Willing to Are available! Millions go unclaimed
well. $695. Call 371.7014, student. 10- make trade and/or pay $S. Call 336-9413. 1-800-334-3881
ITS ORIGINAL VERSION. 15-3-9 11-19-50-11 yearly.

1974 Cougar XR7, runs good, looks good, 11 SERVICESNW Personal Protection, tear gas, pocket
2 new tires, new camshaft, lifters, oil A
sized $13.95. Great gift LCM 2841
EROTIC MASTERPIECE.Philip Black. $600 call karl 3789266.
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pump Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl.

Kaufman has done something remarkable.He 10.18-4-9 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 33406. 10-31-26-11 I
10% disc. students. 3328917.
$20, to
1986 Buick Century Est Wag. Auto,
has made erotic film that
genuinely 12-14-76-11 I
a am/fm, beige/brown ext velour int, 1ownerexc BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
sexual cond. $5200, call 332-
celebrates a woman's awakening Asking SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?

5012. 10-16-4-9 Get confidential testing and treatment at
with unabashed enthusiasm. 1233 NW 10th Ave.
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IAN FRANCISCO; EXAMINER Handwash & Handwaxl Armor-Air
MEMPHIS BELlE (PG U) SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM les- tires/dash I Vacuuml Only $20.00 Ig.
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12-14-76-11 STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification .
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Sallie Cain, Action Seminars,6141 Workshop w/ Sharon Reitor Oct 1214.
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A letters A notary ..tc. Available This week for your blood plasma donation or above classification OR have hardworking eager to learn need apply. shirts 30%. Off EZ Tennis 372-2257. 10-
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12 system allows you to donate In 1/2 the 2.2 or higher. Applicants with residencehall 1504 NW 13 St. 10-15-4-13
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MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full videos. Free Parking. Gainesville Donor supervisory and administrative experience A national full service brokerage firm Is string your racquet, consider the tennis
A self service computing. Open until Center. Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378- or potential preferred. Position Is looking for hard-working motivated people authority In G'villeEZ Tennis 34 St
10pm school nights. Typing starts @ 0431 M-Th 8-7 Fri 8-5 SaI8.2. 12-14-67- live-In, half-time. Applications and position to work In their Palm Beach Gargends Plaza. 10-19-10-15
50/pg A Resumes $8 A Self service 13 description available from the HousIng office. Call Mr. Deiter 18008219494.
resumes A $2.50/hr A 15page. Laser Office n.xtlo Beaty Towers or from 10-11-1-13, At EZ Tennis our prices are not as good
typeset graphics spell check A theses Jobs In USA and overseas. All occupa Area Assistant Directors. The Division of as other storesthey are better! Our service
A papers A special characters A employment tions. Don't limit yourself to those law Housing la an EEO employer. Deadline: BUSINESS I is not as coolif definitely coolerl!
databases A mailmerge A training companies that recruit on campus. Jumpstart October 18, 1090 by 4:30: p.m., Housing At EZ Tennis, everybody Is so me-
WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 12-14- your job hunt. Contact College recruiters Office. 10-12-2-13 14 PERSONALS body..Perlodlll t I l 372-2257. 10-19-10-15
52.12 today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W.
Palm Ave. Placenpla Ca. 92670. 11-21- Phone survey work, no sales, part-time NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality dependable 50-13 flexible eve. & wkd hours guar 4.25hr COMPUTERS terminal A pc's buy, Get sp.clailludent discounts on exams
service. Reasonable rates. + bonuses. Call or stop by Cherry Com sell, trade, rent ft repair. Great prices and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT-
Laser printer. 377-8175 Ill 00pm.: 12- Paying $75 to qualified volunteer to participate munications 309 NE 39th Ave 372-4028. QUALITY CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. HOOD. 377-OB61. 12-14-76-15
14-76-12 In new drug study for the treat 10-18-8-13 12-14-76-14
ment of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call Permanent Hair Removal
...RESUMES***) 331-5379. 12-12-63-13 I need a tutor for FIN 3408. Interested, Babalous NewUsedNew Records Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis Inc. r for;
please call 3320755. 10-15-3-13 Tapes & CDs Is now open in Butler Info about I the PERMANENT removal 1 of
Complete writing & development ser- INTELLIGENCE JOBS. CIA, US Plaza In the Mini-Mail next to unwanted facial & body hair. 374-4307
IC... Resume House 3718148. 12-14-
?v Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. Call 1 1- COMPUTER SUPPORT TECHNICIAN Cinema & Drafthouse we give cash 12-14-76-15
76-12 805-687-6000 Ext. K-9486 10.22-21.13 for good used tapes & CDs so call
Shands Hospital Information Services 335-3665 or bring your stuff In. OKINAWAN KARATE- Instructor Hal ,

TypmgALaser resumes reports Typesetting. letters etc. ..*) NANNIES NEEDED Top Pay Top Dept. I II looking for a computer support 10-16-10-14 Clarendon will definitely get you In
Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pair technician. Prefer applicant majoring In shape. Old strong style contact 377-
376-5465 3500 W. Univ. Ave.
Only 1-800-468.8898.. 11-7-30-13 science 15 0413. 10-12-10-15
Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 computer or a related field. PERSONALS
Should be familiar with IBM compatible exas
A national full service firm la RAY-BANSI! Best Prices Immediate De
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Put It writing. accurate reliable. VuarneVCarrera/Ray-Ban/Gator./ / Great
looking for hard-working motivated peo- 1-2-3 and utilities. Job duties Include Installation livery. Call 24 HRS For Free Catalog.
Masters In English correct spellingand prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
to work In their Palm Beach Gardensoffice. ((703)) 3511-1111111.
ple and set-up of IBM PC's and
edit.' Transcribing. 373-1937. 10-29- 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1
30.12 Call Mr. Deiter 18008219494. software. Any prior experience with installation block from Ala Gen.
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Term Papers Typeset Resumes bling, or troubleshooting with PC or FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC Alley Katz
Business A Legal A Personal A Etc. INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED, CIA. US computer terminal equipment helpful. Serving UF since 1977
G'ville Handicapped Typing Customs DEA, etc. Now Hiring. List- Prefer applicants that can work 20 hrs- Most Insurance accepted

YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179 Ings. ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. K-9486. flexible scheduling. PART-TIME BLOOD 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. Open until lam,
12-14-50-12 10-31-21-13 BANK DATA ENTRY OPERATOR 2 yrs Dr. Steven Schargel
clerical and computer experience re- 373-7070 Mon Thurs
ENTREPENEUR TYPE "A" PERSON- quired. Knowledge of blood bank procedures 12-14-76-15
13 HELP WANTED ALITY? EARN UP TO $4000. helpful; 45 cwpm. Hours M-F 9 am
Gain management experience on-cam- 12 noon. Apply Immediately at Shands
CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The pus. Hospital, Human Resource Department,
Independent Florida Alligator. Must own Set your own hours. Earn from $2,000- Box J-337, Gainesville, FL 32610 or call
reliable van or pick-up truck and be available $4,000 during this semester. Call today 395-0786. 10-12-2-13
from 5 am. until II a.m. Monday Now 1-800-950-8472 Ext. 25
through Friday. Must have excellent driving 10-17-2-13 Experienced hostess wknd-evenings. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
record and valid Florida driver license Apply In person 3-5 pm wkdays MeltingPot
Pay per route plus mileage. Beekeeping farm. Work outdoors with backdoor. 10-12-3-13 by Trude Michel Jaffe
Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West honeybees, shop work and farm chorea.
15 miles from UF. $4.25/hr. 466-0066 Campus representative needed on campus ACROSS 6 "
University Avenue. Ask for the route Kirghiz range 44 Rigby" 55 "Patton, to
driver application. No calls please. At- after 7 pm. 10-12-6-13' to post flyers. Make up to $1,000 per 1 Phony 7 jockey 45 Buzzed Scott

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Part Tim Service Station help, weekend 10-12-3-13
ployer. 9 Pound division 9 Reindeer's kin 49
and evenings call 378-0358 day*. 1011. up: 57 Rooftop
5-13 OVERSEAS JOBS Summer. Yr. round, 14 Decorated metal 10 Clear as mud assessing feature
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NEED 20 BUCKS Grace Presbyterian Church c/o Christian Attention students: Earn money typing Bible concern ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
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President John V. Lombardi! R sl it

Friday, 10 a.m. O'Connell Center

Historian, teacher, administrator, and author, Dr. John and Sciences. President Lombardi! also taught at the Universidad Central de

Lombardi! will be inaugurated as the ninth president of the Venezuela.A .

University of Florida on Friday." long-term Interest in international education involved him in committees and

Born in Los Angeles in 1942, President Lombardi! comes task forces related to international studies for the Association of American Univer-

from an education family. His mother worked as a college sities and the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges.A .

[ librarian and his father, a pioneer in the California com- past president of the Conference on Latin American History of the American

munity college movement, was president of Los Angeles Historical 1 Association, President Lombardi! serves on the advisory board of the Na-

City College. President Lombardi! earned his bachelor's tional Foreign Language Center. The Venezuelan Academia Nacional de la Historia

degree from Pomona College and his master's and doctoral elected him a corresponding member for the U.S., and he serves as a member of

degrees from Columbia University. He also attended the Pan American Institute of Geography and History.

Universidad National Autonoma de Mexico and the Univer- Considered an expert on small computers, Lombardi! has served on committeesand

sity of California at Los Angeles. task forces related to computer use, literacy, and product evaluation. He has

President Lombardi! came to the University of Florida in reviewed software and hardware in various publications and serves as a contributingeditor

March, 1990, from Johns Hopkins University, where he was for InfoWorld.A .

and vice president for academic affairs since 1987. specialist in Latin American history, President Lombardi! is the author of seven

From 1967 until 1987, he pursued an academic career at In- books focused mostly on Venezuela. His wife, Cathryn Lee Lombardi!, coauthoredone

diana University, at the Southeast campus for a year and of his books and illustrated two others.

then in the history department of the Bloomington campus, where he became a professor John and Cathryn Lombardi! have two children, John Lee and Mary Ann. John

I in 1977. President Lombardi! held various posts at Indiana University, including Lee is a student at Indiana University, and Mary.Ann is a student at the Universityof

I director of Latin American Studies, dean of International Programs, and dean of Arts Michigan.


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Inutely 100 and universities
1888. Geological Society of America Health Administration
1892 American Psychological Association 1952. Operations Research Society of America.:::, throughout the nation and 40 learned societies
1897. The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi 1954 American Nuclear SocIety'J and organizations will march in the processional dur
1900 American Philosophical Association I 1955 *. American Academy of !
1906. Botanical Society of America Environmental Engineer ing thC'Friday morning ceremonies. ._
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Journalism and Mass Communication 1961.; American Association of State and Alachua
County Invited attend the
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1915 Speech Communications Association 1964. National Association of Stale Untver- ceremonies, beginning at 10 a.m. In the O'Connell Center.
1915. American Association of sities and Land Grant Colleges :: the
University Professor '1964 American Water Resources Association Following inauguration, a reception, open to all, will
1916- Florida Engineering Society 1965. International Council of Fine Arts Deans be held at the President's' Home, 2151 West University
1929 American Occupational Therapy 1971- American Institution of Constructors' Avenue, from 2 to 4 p.m..
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FRAZIERfrom finish in the top two or three at the your teeth."
NOTEBOOKfrom "Without question, Florida is
meet, have
page 16 showing at the NCAA Regionals a strong Frazier hopes she can obtain page 16 the best football team that we will
"Her leadership role is very Im- and hopefully qualify for the sponsorship from a shoe companyso have faced this season,"said Ma-
portant," O'Reilly said. NCAA's. she can continue her competitive short time ago and it felt good." jors. "Florida has better team

Personal] goals Frazier has set Though Frazier graduates in the running after graduation.One Majors says UF's the best speed, an outstanding defense, a

for herself include finishing in the spring, the end of her collegiate possibility may be to com- Even though Tennessee will challenging punt-rushing element
top five at the SEC meet and qual- career doesn't mean she will stop pete in the Olympics."I'd have played three Associated
ifying for the NCAA Champion- running. Press Top-10 teams after this "Their offensive unit is tal-
like to at least be able to weekend, Volunteers coach ented, to say the least."
ships."I "If not like you just stop,"Frazier qualify for the Olympic Trials," Johnny Majors calls the No. 9 Majors coached the 3-0-2() Vol-
wouldn't be if she
surprised said. "Running's not like some- Frazier said."I 1 see that as a reason- Gators UT's biggest challenge yet unteers to ties with Top-10 teams
improved on that: O'Reilly said. thing you just drop, if you're a able goal. It's well within my this season. Colorado((31-31)) and Auburn((26-
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Alligator MARC LAROZE Writer life to grandmotherBy

With victories in UFs first two
meets this season, Wendy Frazier But Thompson found time to
has had no problem establishing Alligator WriterIt study and work. He maintained a'B'
herself as one of the top runners in grade-point average and
the Southeastern Conference.But still isn't easy to imagine worked at a fast-food restauranton
despite winning four meetsin Tony Thompson as the Universityof weeknights and weekends.
her collegiate career and earning r Tennessee's star tailback.It's "While some guys like to hang
All-Region honors last season, she I easier to envision Thompson out,Tony didn't,"Rosalyn Thompson -
doesn't consider winning a mea- 1'cu working odd jobs in Lake said. "If he wasn't home at
sure of success."I 313A Wales with no chance of advanc- work or at school, he'd go out and
don't think how many meets ing past a minimum w age. Or havIng run, then go to sleep."
you've won is a measure of suc a drug problem like his father, Tony attributes his work habitsto
cess." Frazier said. Gregory Thompson, who has his grandmother.
Although Frazier may have natural been arrested three times in the "Basically, (my schedule) was
t talent as a runner, UF women's past four years on cocaine possession just a way of life,"Thompson said.
cross country coach Monica charges, according to the "My grandmother has been very
O'Reilly said her work ethic is the Lake Wales Police Department.A instrumental in teaching me basic
key to her success. caring grandmother helped values. She still gives me a lot of
"She's worked her way up froma y ,, Thompson circumvent his apparent support."
middle-of-the-pack runner to an s As destiny. Adversity is still a Thompson, who chose Tennessee -
All-American," O'Reilly said. common thread in Thompson'slife over Florida State and Kentucky
Frazier, a member of the All-Ac but he has learned the keysof also faced hardships upon
ademic SEC Honor Roll her sophomore perseverance. arriving in Knoxville."I .
and junior years, will be a Thompson, who is leading the remember Tony's first winterup
leader on a team that includes four Southeastern Conference in rush- there," said James Hale,
freshmen, three sophomores and # ing with 505 yards, will be a key Thompson's coach at Lake Wales.
two community college transfers on factor Saturday when Tennessee "His grandma said Tony was
a 12 women squad. ((3-0-2)), ranked fifth by the Associated freezing because he didn't have a
: Frazier, however, downplays a Press, plays host to No. 9 coat. She didn't have any moneyto
:, leadership role. UF ((5-0) at 7:30 p.m. give him,but I gave her a winter
"You just have to set a good Thompson's parents began having coat I wasn't using to send him."
example and be re-assuring to the marital problems when he was On the field, things were diffi-
; freshmen, like the seniors were in sixth grade. His grandmother, cult for Thompson as well. At 5-7,
i when I was a freshman." Frazier Rosalyn Thompson, who looked 171 pounds, he found himself
said." after him since birth, took Tony stuck in a back-up role behind
O'Reilly,however, said Frazier's and his brother, Gregory Jr., into running backs Reggie Cobb and
i leadership is a reason for the early UF SPORTS INFORMATION her home full time. Webb.
success of this year's team. Wendy Frazier, an All-American distance runner In track, alsois "The place was really overcrowded Thompson became the Volun-
UF's top women's cross country runner. Frazier said she ," Gregory Jr. said. "We teers starting tailback after Chuck
see Frazier, page 15 would like to qualify for the Olympic Trials. had everyone living there Webb suffered a seasonendingknee
aunts, uncles, cousins..." injury in Tennessee's first
A widower, Rosalyn, providedfor game. In his first start,Thompson
everyone by working as a responded with 248 yards against
custodian at Lake Wales High."I Mississippi State.Thompson .
UF's football team to receivea haven't had things easy," had shown flashesof
Tony Thompson said. "It's difficult ability before. He came off the
living in a house where so bench to rush for 124 yards
many people are coming and against Memphis State as a soph-
good luck send-off FridaySpurrier going." omore in 1988, but returned to a
The brothers stayed with Rosalyn back-up role once Cobb returned
until graduating from high from an Injury.Thompson .
school. Carrie,Tony and Gregory stepped in for Webb
expected to speak during pep rally at Gate 16
Jr.'s mother, still keeps in touch last season against Vanderbilt and
Rabid UF football fans who can't for the Gators. only ones looking to Volunteers de- with her children. Gregory Sr. is gained 128 yards. But again,
...make it to Knoxville this weekend No, Shane Matthews and Brian fensive line coach Rex Norris for in jail in Lake Wales, waiting fora Thompson was benched when
can personally wish the Gators luck Fox are not injured. Morris is con- approval Saturday. At least one hearing on a cocaine possession Webb returned."I .
before they leave to face No. 5 Ten- sidering applying for a different poGator also will want to impress him. charge."I really can't say what it's like
nessee at Neyland Stadium. sition that of UF punter. Defensive tackle Brad Culpepper took both of them in because to finally be a starter, because it
The first-ever send-off for the UF Morris practiced hopes Norris, UF defen- they weren't being cared for hasn't hit me yet," Thompsonsaid.
football team will take place at 12:20: punting Tuesdayand 1IIIiI!!!i" sive line coach during right," said Rosalyn, 58. "Therewas "I knew I had the ability to
p.m. Friday at Florida Field's Gate hit a few 45- 1988 and 1989,likes what so much out there they start, but I kept getting injured."
16, said Joseph Todd, director of yarders. Gators he sees from the Gators couldn't handle that I told them if Tennessee running backs
recreation for the UF student body. coach Steve Spur this weekend. they didn't listen to me, I'd call coach Tommy West said Thompson -
rier has expressed "I'm looking forwardto the police and have them sent to has always tried his hardest,
Ginn disappointment this showing him I've im- juvenile hall. And I meant it. no matter what his position.
.40,NOTEBOOK; season with UF's ) {" : proved," Culpepper said. "I guess they believed me.Theysaw "His work habits are excellentand
; punting situation, '>4/. I "I'd like to dominate how their daddy was and they the reason he's stepped in and
replacing Jason \. someone or show him didn't like it. I think that helped done what he's done," West said.If .
Hailey with kicker that I'm doing the best I them get on the right track." Thompson's success continues
Todd said Gators coach Steve Arden Czyzewskitwo can.. Gregory Jr. got on the right this season,he most likely will
Spurrier will speak at the festivities, weeks ago. Culpepper said even track literally earning a be a high draft choice in April's
,which will begin 20 minutes beforehe Morris punted in Spurrier though Norris is now track grent-in-aid at Miami Dade- NFL draft. Thompson, though,
team loads the buses and heads high.school, but he. coaching one of the South Community College. said he's not immediately con-
for the airport.The Dazzlers, mem- hasn't t practiced it since. In his senior Gators'biggest rivals,he still keepsin Tony's athletic ability, though, cerned about his professional as-
bers of UFs dancing team, also are year at Clinton High in Missis- touch. ,has been more renowned. pirations."I .
scheduled to appear. sippi, Morris averaged 42.6 yards a "I learned a lot from Coach Norris In high school Tony rushed for know It he signs an NFL
Morris may punt punt, 7 yards more ,than ," Culpepper said. "He was an 1,444 yards as a senior and was contract, I'd get,a new house,"
UF quarterback Kyle Morris, Czyzewski's average. excellent coach. I talked to him a the state's Class 3A leader in rush. Rosalyn said. "It would be greatSo
fc. who in the last six months has fallen Ex-UF coach at Tennessee Ing and scoring. He was'also a far, everything has been so
from first to third on the depth Tennessee players won't be the see Notebook, page 15 pole vaulter and state champion good. I'm proud of both of them

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