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I test Lombardi's mettleBy I 306



DEBBIE CENZIPER .

Alligator Staff Writer

John Lombardi!was hailed last spring as UF's much- n 4 Academic3Schedules

needed shining knight, an academic champion
brought to a turbulent campus known nationally as a
haven for racial tension and athletic scandals.His .

chariot was a red pick-up truck; his sword was "
his wordly knowledge and a love for education. He
said he was ready for battle and he had to prove it. s s for

Today, eight months into that battle, he will be inau- are tight

gurated as UFs ninth president.

But the 10 a.m. O'Connell Center ceremony, whichis 1
open to the public, is merely for show.The real rite UF players

of passage was a series of crises, from budget snarlsto

human tragedy. O This is the fifth of a five-part serieson
The brutal slayings of five college students in late
the advantages and disadvantages of
August, directly followed by harsh NCAA penalties and being a football player.
statewide budget cuts sent the campus into a tailspin
Consider the emotional thatis
and left Lombardi! to piece things back together.But trauma
now the worst seems over. Lombardi!, the 48- class registration. Football players
don't.Dropadd.
year-old leader, educator, historian, author and automobile
fanatic, is, for once, relaxing in his 1igert Hall ? Nope. Not necessary, ifyou're
office. t a football player- or any other

He said he hasn't been exhausted by the tragic turn scholarship student-athlete. One
of events this fall. In fact, many other universities UFs player, just a few hours shy of gradu-
ation said he has been
never through
size often face similar challenges. .
The former Johns Hopkins University provost and drop-add.
academic affairs vice president said budget scares and Spending six hours on football every
weekday and making weekend trips to
student tension are common at large universities.
such destinations Tuscaloosa
When the unexpected strikes, life gets even more glorious as -
Ala., doesn't come without a
complicated, he said.
fair amount of perks goodies not of-
-
"Universities often have this sort of character,"
fered to the studentstudents.For .
Lombardi! said. "But I have no regrets. This kind of
example, the football team
university Is more like the kind of university I know runs
and love." its schedules through the Florida Gym
scanners earlier than other students,
THE UNEXPECTEDThe Interim Registrar Steve Pritz said.
man who used to sit at Lombardi's desk has
"I could it's kind of
watched the events that have put UP into the national guess you say"
like pre-registration, Pritz said.
pre
spotlight the last few months. And he is impressedwith
Not a bad system, according to the
his successor.
players.
Former UF President Marshall Criser
now a Jack-
"When you think about it, it's really
sonville attorney, said the rapid onslaught of emergen- ," sophomore quarterbackBrian
cies that hit Lombardi! as he was getting his feet wet necessary
Fox said. "We've only got a certain
unusual for But Lombardi! dealt
were a new president.
block of time to go to class. Idon't
with each and leaders around the
one admirably state
JS SULLIVAN think we'd get half our classes if
John Lombardi! will be Inaugurated as UF'i ninth president today at 10 we didn't do it that way."
see President, page 11 a.m. In the O'Connel Center. I Football players, whether they're ina

team meeting, the weight room or
..
on the practice field, have a schedul-
ing conflict from about 1 p.m. until 7

I UF leaders student fee hikeBy p.m., Fox said. For them, class meets
approve between first and sixth periods, or it
doesn't meet at all.
faculty members who delve into the SG and Robert Watson, the Infirmary's associate About 1 p.m., most students are

Alligator Staff Writer .SHS budgets and recommend fee changes.At director, said the increase would go toward clicking on the tube. The soaps are
both meetings, the vote was 5-1 in favorof pay raises for Infirmary personnel and state- waiting, you know.
For the fourth year In a row, UF studentswill the hikes, with Student Body Vice Presi- employed nurses and pharmacists.The Not for a football player. Hit the
have higher fees tacked onto their tuitionto dent Kevin both
Mayeux casting dissentingvotes. committee members who voted for the weight room. Team meeting with the
pay for Student Government and Student coaches. Stretch. Practice. Media inter-
A&S Fee raise were Browne, Student Body
Health Services. Student Body President Michael Browne Treasurer David Stern, Student Sen.Andrew views. Shower. Supper.By .
Administrators and student leaders voted said he advocated the A&S Fee hike to main- Meyer, Kellett, Administrative Affairs Asso- now, it's approaching 9 p.m. Hit
Wednesday to increase the Activity and Ser- tain the quality of the Reitz Union and to ciate Vice President Ed Poppell and Student the books, or else. Don't let the
vice Fee from $4.75 to $5.20. Earlier in the continue construction of the new recreation Affairs Associate Dean Michael Rollo. grades fall, not if Saturday's plans in-
day,officials also approved hiking the Health center. clude a little football.
Fee from $4 to $4.20. Even with the extra money, other programs The committee members who voted for the "We come in after practice,tired,worn
Health Fee raise were Browne,Stern,Kellett, out, and by the time we're done eating
With the hikes, students carrying 15 credit such as Student Government Produc-
hours will pay$141 for their Health and A&S tions and Accent, SG's speakers'bureau,will Student Affairs Associate Vice President and showering and resting,it's already 9
Fees, a $9.75 increase over this year's fees. suffer from money shortages, Browne said. Helen Mamarchev and Assistant Administrative or 10 ((0' clock)," defensive tackle Brad
Affairs Vice President Otis Jones.
Those raises now go to UF President John UF Infirmary director Boyd Kellett said the
lombardi! and the Board of Regents for ap- 20-cent() boost in the health fee reflects a 6.5 Mayeux said his votes weren't influencedby see School, 5 .
page
proval. The board is a 13-member panel that percent increase in .the consumer price the possiblity he may run for student body

sets policy for the nine state universities.The index. president next spring.

two committees that met Wednesday "Inflation has increased the operational Alligator writer Jack Rejtman contributed to By Gregg Doyel

cb,OQist.of..three, students and .three costs of the Infirmary," Kellett said., ,this re ort.'
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I WHAT'S HAPPENINGWorkout
SZECHUAN, HUNAN AND

CANTONESE STYLES

: Gatorobics meets today Fifth Ave.,across from Norman HalL Sign here: Lola Haskins will be Lunch Buffet
from 4in the Florida Gym. BringID $2 fee. Call 372-7060. signing her book of poetry, Forty-
and fee card. Call 392-0581. Pasta: The Alachua County 4-H four Ambitions for the Piano, Saturday PANU o Dinner Specials
Services:SimchatTorah Morning Guide Dog Puppy Program will spon- from 1-3 at Books on 114 NW a Banquet Rooms
Services will be this morning at 10 at sor a spaghetti dinner tonight from 13th St. Ca113744241.CARIBSA CHINESE o Take out service
16 NW 18th St. Call 372-2900. 5:30-7:30: : at Covenant Baptist : The Caribbean Students RESTAURANT
Workshop: Peer Counselors will Church,3115 NW 16th Ave. Call Sueat Association invites everyoneto "One of the best Chinese
hold a Career Development Work. 372-9431. the third annual CARIBSA Pageant restaurants In town"
shop today at 1 in Little Hall Room Les Bons Vivants: The French and Cultural Show Saturday
311. Call 3921575. Club meets tonight at 6 in the Reitz night at 6:30: in the Reitz Union Ball 3830 SW 13th St. Across from Legends 336-6464/336-8037
Be artistic: Eleanor Briseno will Union. More details in the Union ele- room. Call Denise at 3734286. EwaStarviong
teach the art of making standing table vator. Bring $3 for picnic tomorrow.Call Brunch: B'Yachad LTisrael the
puppets this morning at 9 at the Nhu at 372-0360. Gator-Israel Connection meets Sun
Waldorf School $10 fee includes all Honor: Pre Legal Honorary Soci- day at noon for a brunch and confer.
supplies. Call 3756291. ety members meet this morning at ence at 16 NW 18th St. $2.50 for
Cheers: Psi Chi meets today at 5 9:45: at Gate 1 of the O'Connell Cent Hillel student members and $3 for
at Farah's for a happy hour. Call Lisa ter for President Lombardi's recep- non-student members. Call 372-
at336-0271. tion. Call Pete at 3787643. 2900.
SOTA: Students Over the Traditional Vietnamese: The VietnameseClub Get a kick: The UF Recreational
Age meets tonight at 7 in the meets tonight at 6:30: in Reitz Sports Department is offering men's
Gainesville Hilton lounge. Call 336- Union Room B-60 to discuss Home- soccer leagues with play beginning
9529 or 335-7470. coming and Gator Expo. Call Trang Oct. 24. Scheduling deadline is Oct.
Let's dance: The UF Interna- 378-9392. 16 in Room 214 of the Florida Gym.
tional Folk Dance group will cele- Dangerous chemicals: The Envi- All students and faculty are invited to forperfection
brate Octoberfest tonight from 811at ronmental Action Group's Committee participate. Call 392-0581.
the Norman Hall Gym. Nofee. Call against pesticide use will meet Having a ball: Co-Rec and
3324682. today at 3:30: in the Broward Hall Women's basketball sign-up is now
Dinner and services: B'nai B'fith lobby. Call 3349182. until Oct. 23 in Room 214 of the Florida
Hillel Foundation will have services Social time: The Transfer Activities Gym. Call 392-0581. ,
tonight at 7 and dinner at 8 at 16 NW Council meets tonight at 7 in the Speaking out: Penny Wheat will
18th St. $4.75 for student membersand Orange & Brew for a social hour. speak on "What Citizens Can Do to
$5.75 for students. Paid reserva- Call 376-1757. Improve Alachua County's Quality of
tions due by noon. Call 372-2900. Walk on: The CISPLA "Free El Life"Sunday night at 7:30: at 1219 NE
Jewish Gators: Reform Jewish Ga- Salvador Now" walk-a-thon will be 5th St.The public is invited. Call 375-
tors will be holding Reform Shabbat Saturday at 1 on the' Plaza of the 0746.
Services in the upstairs library at Hil- Americas. Call 373-7639 or 4682609.At Star Search: The Black Student
lel tonight at 7. Open to all. Call 372. the movies: The Indian Students Union is looking for individuals to
2900. Association announces the participate in a talent show. Tryoutsare
Lunch: The Latter-Day Saint Student screening of a Hindi movie Saturday Oct. 16 in CSE Room E222 and
Association will have lunch de- from 1-4 in the Reitz Union Student Oct. 23 at MEB Room 211. Call Tonyat
votional today at 12:45: at 1220 SW Auditorium. Call 335-1585. 334-7921 or 334-7911. Y




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I Students activists rally to save SARS, COAR ::1 IBy I

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DEBBIE CENZIPER the Infirmary's Mental Health Ser-

Alligator Staff Writer vices, separating the groups. r
COAR President Raul Rosario
About 75 students and local ac- said the groups must work together
tivists wearing; red armbands and not intentionally be sep-
braved Thursday's damp weatherto arated by administrators. In the
rally in support of two UF rape past, SARS-trained therapists have
counseling programs. trained COAR's student peer edu-
The red stood for violence cators.

against women, and the rally sym- "Just because we needed to go
bolized the discontent some stu- back to Student Government
dents and employees have with the doesn't mean that that relationship
administration of the Sexual As- should have ended," Rosario said.
sault Recovery Service and Cam- "It used to be like that for years."
pus Organized Against Rape. SARS therapists have not had
The rally, organized by the time to train COAR's peer edu- /
Students' Solidarity Against Si- cators since April, Rosario said.
lence, was planned just one day And there have been more than 100
after UF announced the formationof requests for COAR's presentationssince
a task force to investigate female then, he said.
students' health care. The state president of the Na-
The protesters said Thursdaythat tional Organization for Women,
COAR and SARS are under Donna Burnell, said rape has been
siege, victims of administrative institutionalized in the system, in-
shuffling for almost 10 years. Offi- cluding universities. 1

cials with both groups say they NOW members, UF alumni, stu-
may not survive the latest round of dents and faculty are watching how
bureaucratic changes. administrators handle the future of
COAR now is supported by Stu- the two rape groups, she said. L.E BASKOW
dent Government and SARS has I
been moved under the authority of see Rally, page 9 About 75 students and local activists rallied thursday afternoon. ,



Task Forceto Lack of support dismays Miranda \


got a lot of positive feedback," Mi- said.
By CARRIE said. "Students are apathetic about "We could have been doing a lot more
explore Alligator Government." for students in the community if we got in," ..
When the Student SG may have seen the last of the he said. I
results were announced it hasn't seen the last of Miranda. Miranda said the senate will be boring
Brew early Thursday Thursday that he might run for this semester since Vision has more than
wooded areaBy disappointed person in body treasurer in the spring as an 70 of the 80 seats.
been 32608 Student "-someone who doesn't join "It will be easier for (Student Body President
son Miranda. party. Michael Browne) to get his ideas
MATTHEW SAUER Miranda, whose party also said it doesn't matter if through," he said. "Even the Vision sena-
Alligator Writer the nine senate seats it is a good candidate as long as they tors who spoke against what was wrong are

The Task Force investigating the murdersof doesn't know how the gone."
five local college students will search reached more than targeted people who always vote Lynch also said students might have been
another wooded area in Gainesville Tuesday and still not land one Greeks who live in the area," he said. attracted to Vision's platform,but that many
morning for evidence in the case, said: 32608 zip code area. all the regular students and they things on it can't be done.
spokesman Sgt. Dick Gerard. I targeted the wrong people. "Vision's campaign promises are rosy,
but they're unaccomplishable," he said,
Miranda said he and
This is a point when the investigators of his party worked for unsuccessful 32608 Coalition speaking specifically about Vision's prom
networking together decided" there was a doors and phoning people Travis Lynch, said one of the ise to get a student elected to the GainesvilleCity
another search Gerard said."We'llhave
need for ,
complexes along Archer reasons more people didn't vote for Commission.After .
the military involved again and the areathey'll importance of voting. But other party members is because of 10 months in the senate, Miranda
is but I don'texpect
be looking at large,
margin, those students bad weather. said he's not too upset about losing. He said
the search to take than
day.
more a
coalition Wednesday, can do a lot in senate, but the he's more upset that the other eight people
Gerard said searchers will be looking for lished Vision Party. could have done better, Lynch who ran with the coalition lost.
"articles" that will benefit the investigation, per"V'e
but could not give specifics about what evi-
dence is being sought or the size of the
search force. I to eliminate giftsBy I

Local police, Florida Department of Law
Enforcement officers and soldiers from the JOHN F. trip and failing to report it, is inno- "If Kirkpatrick went on a fishing trip with
U.S. Army, Navy and National Guard any wrongdoing. Martin said be- his friends, it is OK," she said. "But if the
searched 10 square miles of southwest Alligator Kirkpatrick paid for the trip to a fishing trip was given for political reasons,
Gainesville woods last month looking for Retiring state Rep. Sid resort, he had nothing to report. it's not.
clues to tie UF freshman Edward Humphreyto thorne, wants to blanket issue is trips are something not "The bad side is the influence," Castater
the murders. lation that prevents any required to be in a gift report," said. They won't serve all their constitu-
Task Force investigators would not com- employee or elected Kirkpatrick said Wednesday.The ents fairly."
ment on whether Tuesday's search involvesa from accepting gifts at Ethics Commission will Kirkpatrick said he will co-sponsor I
particular suspect or whether the searchis price. issue its findings on Kirkpat- Martin's initiative with state State Rep.
for a weapon used in the crime, he said. Martin said his rick Oct. 19. State law now re- David Flagg, D-Gainesville, when the legislature
would cover everyone at quires elected officials to report meets in a two-week organizational ;
"This is an area that has not been searched
he said. city, county and state any gift of more than $100. session in November. '
before
"I'm coming out and Although one UF student In the Gainesville delegation's two- t
Police will not release the location of the no gifts, not even a bag thinks "politics are a little pronged strategy, Kirkpatrick will Intro- ,I
search until Tuesday morning to prevent flour,"he said at a fishy,"junior Tom Walls agrees duce Martin's bill in the Senate while Flagg
"contamination" by the news media and the' news conference outside with Kirkpatrick taking the introduces it in the House. Martin said he
public, Gerard said. Supervisor of Elections hunting trip.
"Our major concern would be preventing in the Alachua County "It wouldn't matter how see Gifts, page 9
300 media trucks or the public from tromp- istration Building."Every much special interests or indus-
ing over the area and ruining the site," he son elected ought not to accept any gifts, try gave to a lawmaker, as long as the correctionAston
,said. "Concern over a suspect finding out period." constitution safeguards against a (breach)
about the search has not come up in Task Martin said state Sen. George Kirkpatof justice," he said, "and as long as it's not Bright, who won the Jennings Hall
Force discussions." rick, D-Gainesville, who now is under the my money they are spending." Student Senate seat in Wednesday's election,
Gerard said he was informed of the deci- scrutiny of the state Ethics Commission for But UF senior Nichole Castater said she was an independent candidate. The Alligator \
sion to begin the search Thursday afternoon. allowing a lobbyist to pay for his 1988 sees the danger in gifts to lawmakers. reported otherwise on this page Thursday.



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I ELSEWHEREStorm I




I moves through Tampa area HKA :


ST. PETERSBURG (UPI) Tropical Storm Marco lines after the storm moved north toward the Tampa
pushed northward up Florida's Gulf Coast Thursdaywith Bay area.
65-mph winds that left thousands without power, Emergency officials reported damage to roofs and
prompted school and court closings, and damaged siding at homes and buildings all along the storm's We are
homes and buildings.The path.
most serious injury reported early Thursdaywas "We have had no reported significant damages from
a man driving in Sarasota County whose car was any communities concerned," said Rod Westall, op-
trapped under a tree torn down by fierce, winds. erations officer with the state Emergency Operations
Charles Walker Sparling, 29, was taken to Sarasota Center in Tallahassee.
Memorial Hospital, where he was listed in critical "The estimates that we have from Tampa Bay range
condition. from virtually no damage in Pinellas County to some not afraid.
About 8,000 homes were left without power in minor damage from Manatee County,"he said."Mana .
Manatee County and another 4,500 homes in Sarasota tee County had some mobile home damage."
County were blacked out after Marco passed through By 2 p.m.EDT,the storm had weakened,with windsof
shortly before 7 a.m.,county emergency officials said. about 40 mph. It was just west of New Port Richey,
Work crews began repairing the downed power about 20 miles north of Tampa Bay.

. Bush accepts blame for budget confusionWASHINGTON I KA


(UPI) President Bush said The budget disarray began Tuesday at a White
Thursday he is willing"to take the slings and arrows" House news conference when Bush said he might
aimed his way for the budget confusion caused by the accept a tax-rate increase for the wealthiest Americansif
series of pirouettes he executed on the question of capital gains taxes were cut.
boosting taxes on rich Americans. "If it's proper, if it can be worked out in proper
White House press secretary Marlin Fitzwater also balance between the capital gains rate and income tax FIKA/KA Homecoming '90
acknowledged that he "made a mistake" by bobbingand changes, fine," Bush said.
weaving on the campaign trail Wednesday, com- But later in the day, irate Senate Republicans
pounding the uncertainty over the president's posi- stormed the White House to protest the trade-off.
Bush, by most accounts, made soothing sounds that
tion.Falling on his sword in the best tradition of the left some White House aides and GOP lawmakers
president's men, Fitzwater told reporters Thursday, saying there would be no deal involving income tax
"Blame me." rates and capital gains.
And, with the tax-and-budget dust still swirling the Wednesday, Bush campaigned in the South and
length of Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington insiders tried to avoid compounding the confusion by dodging 2'aiR
were wondering what political damage the presidentand questions about where he stood on the issue. Whileon
his party may suffer from the spectacle of indeci- a jogging break in Florida, the shorts-clad chief
sion less than four weeks before the November elec executive swiveled by reporters and told them,"Read
tions. my hips."


. Airlift whisks American hostages from Iraq I A

LONDON (OLJPD) -A chartered Iraqi aircraft carrying 63-year-old grandmother who volunteered to serve -. 386 foreigners, most of them American women with the U.S. Air Force returned home from Saudi
and children,arrived in London Thursday from Bagh- Arabia.
dad in the first evacuation flight in two weeks. The U.S. Air Force, imposing a safety stand-down,
The Voice of America quoted U.S.officials as saying grounded its straining flights in Saudi Arabia for 24
the flight may be the last one carrying Westernersfor hours in response to three recent Air Force plane
some time from Iraq and Kuwait,where thousandsof crashes that killed six airmen.
Western men are being held hostage as human From noon Saudi-time Wednesday until noon
shields against attack at key installations.The Saudi-time Thursday,"The Air Force declared a flying
flight arrived in London at 8 a.m. Thursday, stand-down for one day to conduct safety awareness >
and most of the 142 Americans on board were sched- meetings with Air Force pilots,"Pentagon spokesmanPete N Nvu
uled to leave later in the day for North Carolina. Williams said.
Officials said 27 Britons, 149 Jordanians and five President Bush told a group of military veterans in
Australians were on the flight,along with other Arabs Washington that "it's very clear that the strength of
and Westerners.It our arms and the strength of our will is up to the n uP TMs vo uMe6m88
was the 10th airlift of Western hostages trappedby challenge in the gulf.:
the Aug. 2 invasion of Kuwait and the first since The (Iraqi) regime is up against not only the law
Sept. 22. of nations, but also the law of mathematics," Bush
In other developments in the 2-month-old Persian said."The numbers are against them.Today,it's not .v
Gulf crisis,a U.S.Marine who refused to board a flight Iraq vs. Kuwait,it's not Iraq vs. the United States. It's
for Saudi Arabia faced court-martial in Hawaii and a Iraq against the entire world."
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School Rules

x Strict time schedules have forced I
SCHOOLfrom players into certain advantages and )
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Culpepper said. "You've got to get up the Football Players Football Players
next morning early. It's hard to find time to Get.... Also Have...
study." 1. 1. Mandatory
(Ap Early registration -
And those are the easy days. Study time class attendance
gets squeezed even more when the team
travels. Friday classes are missed. And
teachers aren't turning their heads and look- 101, 2. Almost no
ing the other way for players who may missan drop-add 2. Missed
occasional assignment,said Paula Welch,
classes
professor of exercise and sports sciences."I or
3. Free and away games

don't treat players any different than accessibletutors
any student who is away on a school func- 3. Six hoursa
tion," Welch said. "Usually, they complete day of
their assignment and go on the trip, and we 4. tin-hand footballactivities I
have no problems. There is no favoritism." counselorsSource
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are available in various Yon Hall rooms every
night for freshman- and sophomorelevelclasses
such as biology and English. them in their academic pursuits,"Fitzmorrissaid. If players' grades are dipping, Fitzmorris It's cold and rainy,and the alarm clock is
And for the more specialized classes, a knows it. Academic counselor Tim Aydt shrieking 6:30: a.m. Maybe skip that first-
free weekly tutor is a phone call away. Fitzmorris,with the input of several coun- said not a whole lot if anything goeson hour calculus class. Who's going to know?
"Having a tutor guarantees that we'll get selors in the Office of Student Life at Yon without Fitzmorris hearing about it.It's Fitzmorris."In .
time in wide receiver Hall monitors the progress of the players some cases, there are people who go
some study junior that kind of structuring that benefits to the players' classes and check them in-
Alonzo Sullivan said. "The tutors I've had -very closely.If students with the hectic schedule of a foot- make "
sure they're not goofing around, Fitz-
know pretty much what they were doing." ball player, Fox said.
morris said."If there
a player misses a class,Fitzmorris finds they're not ,we usually
Visiting a tutor doesn't mean a player is out about it. "I and a lot of people are this way find out about it."
waving a flag of ignorance, said Larry Fitz- do a lot better in school in-season because Mandatory attendance doesn't necessarily
morris,assistant athletic director for student Every absence is reported to coach Steve your time is so budgeted," Fox said. "You translate to perfect GPA's.
services. Spurrier.After two,further absences lead to have to be at class, you have to get help if "It's frustrating at times,knowing you can
"Based on the demands on these students, a partial, then total, suspension for the re- you need it. They won't let you mess up do better if you weren't so busy,"Culpeppersaid.
some of them may need someone to assist mainder of the season. around here." "But I'm not worried about it."




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Darts & laurels


0 DART to administrators for planning UF President

John Lombardi's inauguration for this morning. The time

doesn't exactly encourage students to attend because

;, most will have to skip their classes to do so.

Faculty also are supposed to attend the inauguration.But .

if they have class during that time, they're going to

have to cancel them or skip the festivities.

The inauguration could have easily been planned for

this evening or Saturday.

DART to UF students who didn't pick up their Gator

Growl tickets and then want to complain because they 1

can't go. Growl Producer Brian Guenther said about 100

students have come to the Florida Blue Key office in the

last couple of days, upset because they didn't exchange
their coupons for tickets.

Students have complained to us about this, citing rea-

sons such as the ticket office wasn't open long enoughand

Blue Key didn't make enough of an effort to let stu-

dents know when to pickup their tickets.

But the days were printed on the coupons and if stu- I Time for peace not vigilantes I"It I

dents can't go at those times, they can give their couponsto
friends to exchange. read like a PR article for the Guardian Angels.!
-0. Lorraine Schneeberger
Guenther said he checked to see how many student That statement is from a student who has a major R

tickets had not been picked up after Tuesday, so he could beef with the Guardian Angels story from Friday, EADERS' ADVOCATEThe
September 28, 1990. The student is Paul Gonzalez,
decide whether to extend the deadline. But only a few and he is the person who was recently "jumped" by
hundred were left, he said. four Guardian Angels. charges against Gonzalez were dropped.
Gonzalez, a fifth-year UF engineering major, said The' whole thing was crazy. Right until the end
The for Growl the
rules ticket pickup are same every (the Guardian Angels) were arguing with the police,"
the Angels story was misleading and didn't
year, and they operate similar to football ticket pickup so the facts. presentall Gonzalez said.

students don't get confused. As Gonzalez told me his side of the story, I cameto All the man was doing was trying to get to a pub.
Students have to take some responsibility when it believe that The Alligator painted a misleading Gonzalez said that if our article had told readers
comes to things they care about like Growl. picture of the events surrounding the alleged "jump that he was going to the Porpoise at the time of the
ing" in early September. incident, "people would have laughed."

DART to Student Government's top executives for ig- Gonzalez was wearing camoflage pants and carryinga The Alligator should have given Gonzalez a chanceto
noring two highly qualified students this week when they staff that night for protection.When Guardian Angel tell his side. Also the paper should have put off
chose the leaders of two groups that bring entertainers to members stopped Gonzalez and demanded he put printing an article that puts the Angels in such a
down his staff, Gonzalez did as instructed. Guardian favorable light when they are such a controversialgroup.
campus. Angel George Moore pointed out the fact that Gonzalezwas .
SG's Executive Committee chose former student body I wearing camouflage pants and that a man was The Angels are supposed to be a nonviolent organi
presidential Chief of Staff Scott Thomas over Student Sen.I recently seen "running into the woods" in the south- zation. Gonzalez said he was counting on seeing them
Chris Tompkins and Accent Vice Chairwoman Elizabeth west Gainesville area wearing pants much like Gon- and figuring he was safe. Now, when he sees the
Deibler for the job of Accent chair. Accent is the bureau zalez's. members wearing the telltale red berets, he feels
that brings speakers to campus. Past performances in- Hold it..since when is wearing clothes a crime in anything but safe.
clude Morton Downey Jr. and Oprah Winfrey. Gainesville? And camouflage clothing is not obscureon Most of the Guardian Angels came to Gainesvillefrom
campus. Tampa. Although the chapter is trying to recruit
Deibler had already served as vice chairwoman, the job When the Guardian Angels would not let Gonzalez members from the local area, Gonzalez said a citizen's
directly under the one she was seeking. Tompkins has continue on his way, he declared he was going to group should be made up entirely of locals, and he
worked in public relations, press and guest relations for leave. When he picked up his staff ("You just don't has a point. Who would know Gainesville better than
Accent. leave a $920 staff on the side of the road because its residents?
someone tells you to," Gonzalez said) and turned to These' people have no authority to enforce a civilian
Thomas has filled in as interim student body treasurerfor leave, he was jumped by four Guardian Angels. arrest," said Gonzalez. "It's right out of the wild, wild
three months and served as a presidential flack for a The article quotes Greg as saying The guy raised West."

while not exactly jobs that have prepared him to sign the stick, so one of our guys took him down, but real Gonzalez is right. The Alligator should not depicta
famous speakers to expensive contracts. soft. group like the Guardian Angels with virtual halos
Four and one don't add up. over their heads when their interpretation of the law
But one thing he seems to have done is make the right
1 A lot of people don't know that four Guardian Angels is so questionable. You can't have people jumping to
in
friends SG.
1 physically sat on Gonzalez that night as they waited conclusions. We need a town of peace, not vigilantes.
We're disappointed, although not really surprised, that for police to arrive to check him out. Lorraine Schneeberger is a VF Journalism junior.

Executive Committee members looked over extremely IB a MII area THE EDITOR
I qualified students when they filled an important SG posi-
tion. We hope they consider the message this appoint Football programis overzealous support of an academically one builds pride around, not the
irrelevant Yet
activity created the of handful of athletes.
ment sends to students who want to involved in SG success
get ,
incentive to cheat. becomeso
one part of UF They made the the football mentality has
and improve their selection process next time. laissez-faire environment in which institutionalized that no one bats
I Editor: Criticisms of the NCAA's winners were not questioned. an eye when classes,the reason for
punishment of the football team There is the university's existence, are can
nothing with
alligator have missed an important point: some school spirit,but wrong by equating celed for a football game.
Editor football is only a game.I school there are
t' spirit with football hysteria, Long after graduation,
I do not know whether theNCAA's
Judy A. Plunkett Floridians have sold the university two important components of your
decision the fairest
was
short. UF offers much to be college experience that stand out
I Managing Editor Opinions Editor possible, but certainly rough jus- proudof
-strong academic and above all the ideas you were
others
1 M.D. Cumella Reslier research :
Jacqueline tice has been done. The people
programs; excellent and the friendships you
I of lecture con- exposed to
most deserving punishment
N Letters Policy the ones being punished are the cert and dramatic series; and a formed.Football doesn't even come
multi-talented
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page). They should be fans, the university administrationand student body.In close.
typed double-spaced end signed They should Include I typed name, address and telephone
number. Names will be withheld It the writer shows just cause. It you have any questions call the business community. a school that aspires to aca- David Grolll.rGainesville
the editorial page editor at 3764458. It is these
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,OCTOBER 12.1990,ALUGATOR 7 '


I UF still trying to correct fire code violations ,I


By DARCI SIRIANNI malfunctioning thermometer in one of the
Alligator Writer fryers. Pipes surrounding the building wereso
small that firefighters were forced to
Almost three years after an inferno gutted extend hoses to West University Avenue,
Johnson Hall and put the spotlight on UPs wasting valuable time.
fire code violations, school officials quietly The destruction of the 75-year-old historic
continue a struggle to fire-proof campus building focused attention on the need to
buildings. work harder to eliminate the 4,700 fire code
But for the more than two million people violations in Florida's nine public universities.
who walk through the doors of UF's two In 1987, UF had 621 violations.
main libraries each year, it may be several Based upon citations by the state fire
years before they see almost all the fire code marshall, UF has received $9 million in
violations corrected,said William Properzio, specially targeted state money for code corrections JOZs
director of environmental health and safety. but another $6 million is needed,
Library East, with a market value of almost Properzio said. On top of that, the Divisionof
$60 million, and Library West, with a Housing! received more than S2 million to
-
$75 million market bring its buildings
value, have had five Th up to current fire
small fires in the destruction of John- codes.
past four years. The buildingsthat
Erich Kesse, a library son Hall, a 75-year-old his- have been com

preservation toric building focused pleted include Jennings
,
officer, remembersa Beaty,
fire in Library attention on the need to Hume, Broward,

East more than two work harder to eliminatethe Rawlings, Mallory,
that came Reid
years ago Yulee and.
close to destroyingthe 4,700 fire code viola- halls. The Graham
special collections and Tolbert
section."I tions in Florida's nine pub- will be completedby areas

went lookingfor lic universities. November.
the fire and I Buckman ,
learned how to use Murphree and e
a fire extinguisher in abcut three seconds," Thomas halls will be completed by next
Kesse said. The fire department said it summer, UF Housing Director James ALLIGATOR PHOTO
would have been an inferno in about four Grimm said. Johnson Hall burned Dec. 6, 1987, after being cited for eight fire code violations a
minutes." The state universities all are treated few months earlier. That same year, UF buildings had more than 621 violations. The I
Joyce Dewsbury, an archivist in the Bal- equally as far as the distribution of state university still Is trying to correct many of them.
dwin Collection Library, also remembersthat money,but UF has more buildings, so more
day. The Baldwin Collection contains money has been made available, Grimm assistant director. Highly combustible Celotex ceiling tiles that
85,000 American and English children'sbooks said.The But those corrections can come too late. helped the fire spread quickly were among
and half are dated before 1900. fire code violations are ranked by The Johnson Hall fire extinguisher that sat some of the 9-year-old fire code violations.
"It's absolutely irreplaceable," Dewsburysaid importance and the targeted money is used next to the deep fat fryer was scheduled to Celotex tiles were popular in constructionin
of the collection. for the most dangerous situations first, Pro- be replaced less than two weeks after the the early 1950s but have not been used
Even if UF had extra money, the school perzio said.For example,buildings with fouror building burned. Officials had approved much since. A few campus buildings still
still would have problems meeting fire safety more floors or buildings with large volumes $84,000 in fire safety improvements for John have Celotex tiles.
requirements, Properzio said. of flammable liquids, such as the son Hall. One of those buildings is Library East,
"It's a logistics problem," Properzio said, chemistry building, are corrected first. UF and Gainesville officials recently re-, one of the oldest buildings on campus, although
explaining that both main libraries couldn'tbe Florida law states that fire code violationsin placed the old water main lines with larger almost all of the Celotex tiles have
worked on at the same time. state buildings must be corrected and/or pipes to handle higher water pressures. been replaced.see .
The Dec. 6, 1987, grease fire in the John money must be requested to fix them, said Johnson Hall had been cited for eight fire
Violations, 10
son Hall kitchen was caused by a Tom Turk,Environmental Health and Safety code violations a few months before the fire. page



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Alligator Writer ," said Gail Collins, executive balloons and performing magic Out, Xxotic and Beat Street. streets.
director of the Downtown Redevelopment tricks. "Gainesville has a strong musi- Southeast Second Avenue from
r Downtown Gainesville will come Agency. "There is a sense "Last year,we had a'50s and'60s cal base," Collins said, "and we'd Main Street to the entrance of the
alive with music and dancing Sat of place and feeling downtown. theme," Collins said. "This year like to showcase them." About downtown parking garage will be
urday night at the third annual There's a lot of history there." we'd like to make it more of a 15,000 people attended last year, closed to traffic beginning at 8 a.m.
3 Streetdance, an event to celebratethe Streetdance, scheduled to run musical festival." Collins said, and more are expected Saturday, Collins said. At 5 p.m.,
downtown revitalization.The from 6 until 11:30: Saturday night, The early part of the evening will this year. Southeast First Avenue from Main
Downtown Owners and is a musical event that highlightslocal be family-oriented, and later, Some of the changes Gainesvillehas Street to Southeast Third Street
Tenants Association, the Down bands.In addition,downtown Streetdance will focus on entertaining seen since the event last year also will be barricaded.
town Redevelopment Agency and clubs and restaurants will sell food the college audience, Collins are the beginning of constructionof Terry Jones, Gainesville's special
4 r the City of Gainesville, along with such as pizza, sandwiches, the Gainesville Regional events coordinator, said police
u more than 34 local businesses, empaftadas and snow cones from said.Local musicians will perform Utilities' $6 million building; the will be patrolling downtown streets
I f media and agencies, will cospon streetside booths. Street performers bluegrass, jazz, progressive and opening of 13 new businesses;and Saturday night, but she said she
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RALLYfrom accomplish what it sets out to do. GIFTSfrom Chestnut to replace him as the dates after primaries -Martin
At the task House District 24 representative. said he will "train" Chestnut in
page 3 force's first meeting
page 3 The Republican candidateis her bid for the legislature."I .
Wednesday, members reviewed the
"We need the administration and plans to support the bill,despite Sinclair Eaton of Hawthorne.
elected officials to go beyond the backgrounds of the rape groups and retirement."We will help Cynthia Chestnut
decided what areas will need investi Chestnut and Eaton will I know how,"he said.
quick fix and the public announce will be politicking it to every way
gation. off in the general election
square
ment that everything is solved," death,"he said.
Nov. 6. During the news confer
Burnell said.Ralliers The group's first goal, said chair For health reasons, Martin is ence, Martin also did some During the news conference,
criticized administratively woman Eloise M. Harman, is to alle- surrendering a seat he has held stumping and political fence- Martin also said the State House
appointed task forces, saying they viate SARS' waiting list of students since 1974. In retirement, he mending for Chestnut. will consider some kind of legis-
usually are created solely to make the wanting to see a therapist. Next, said he will continue to lobby for lation that would restrict Political
school look good. members decided to look into the anyone who needs help with gov- Although he supported Clay Action Committee
But Student Services Associate kinds of services UF provides for its ernment, including UF and Phillips in the Oct.2 Democratic contributions.
Dean Phyllis Meek,a task force memo female students and how personnel Santa Fe Community College. runoff election an unusual
ber, said at the rally that she hopes problems may have interfered with Martin is endorsing Gaines- political move because incumbents The lobbyists will love that,"
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I PRESIDENTfrom ber. But that's all in the past, he versation has begun among stu- Lombardi! has been to almost mendations, she said. *.*
page 1 said.Reed dents, he said. every fund-raising kickoff in the "On the whole, I would say that
agreed. "We've got excel- Black Student Union President school's profitable"embrace excel- he's certainly making more prog-
have noticed, Criser said. lent head coaches, and he's proved Angela Eubanks said Lombardi! lence" campaign, begun in 1986 ress than any other president has
Alumni, civic leaders, politiciansand that institutional control is in place. has strived to let black students under Criser, Lindgren said. With made, but he still has a long wayto
the business community all That's history." know their problems will not be another year yet to go, UF alreadyhas go," Brockmann said.
have applauded Lombardi's reac- Athletic director Bill Arnspargersaid ignored."He raised$270 million,$20 million THE STUDENTS
tions, he said. Lombardi! reviewed the ath- really made a good impres- more than its original goal,he said. It's not a short walk from the
"It was not an easy way to breakin letic allegations and immersed sion on the Black Student Union," THE TEACHERS president's home to Tigert Hall,
,that's for sure,"Criser said."But himself in the problem. He even Eubanks said. "I really believe that While big money keeps a school but for Lombardi! it's a way to see
all around the state, he's makingan skipped August's graduation cere- he's sincere in his efforts to promote going, it's the faculty that gains it campus up close.
extremely good impression." mony to appear in front of an NCAA diversity on campus. His national respect. Students are "as diverse as you
The student murders probablywere committee."He presence is very much known in UF professors hoped that can get," he said, and strolling
the most difficult tragedy any was very much a part of the community of minorities." Lombardi's strong educational through campus is a way to tap into
UF president ever has had to deal everything we did with the NCAA," The panic after the student slay- background would make him an their insights.
with, he said. But with the help ofa Arnsparger said. "It was necessaryto ings reduced everyone to a "basic ally- a president who could iden- "It's a form of spiritual restora-
competent staff, Criser said cam- have that kind leadership from humanity," Lombardi! said, and tify with their concerns more than tion for people in my line of work,"
pus has returned nearly to normal."I the president of the university." now students probably will\ beginto previous ones,who have been real- he said.
could not have done anything When Lombardi! came into of- view each other more fairly. A estate lawyers,doctors and judges. Sandeen, the top student rela-
differently or any better than Pres- fice, the athletic program wasn't willingness to listen may bridgethe Lombardi! said one way he wantsto tions administrator, said Lombardi!
ident Lombardi! did," he said. the only issue dogging UF. Nor gap between races and cultureson strengthen faculty participationis has a genuine interest in student ..
State University System Chan- was it the only one without a black campus, he said. to work through both the college
cellor Charles Reed said as the or white solution. "As they have come out of it, I deans and the provost's offices. life."He is an extremely outgoing
emergency passes, Lombardi! will THE FRICTION think they'll be willing to give each Using central offices will deal with person who just enjoys talking to
move forward and spend time promoting When Lombardi! moved into other the benefit of the doubt." complaints and suggestions more people," Sandeen said. "He knows
a positive national image. Tigert Hall,hostility between black THE MONEY effectively, he said. that the best way to help students
"He's been tested under fire and and white groups was running One of Lombardi's jobs has beento Spreading authority will allow succeed is by making a personal
has proven what great confidencehe high. Most of the tremors were make friends. Lots of them. problems to be handled more di- environment here."
has," Reed said. generated by the White Student Getting cozy with UF alumni Is rectly, he said. Student Body President Mi-
THE SCANDALS Union,a group that described itselfas part of Lombardi's duty as the "The idea that every decision at chael Browne sees Lombardi's
Coming from a research-minded anti-Affirmative Action. school's most visible fund-raiser, a the university must be made by the presence in a more heavenly way.
powerhouse such as Johns Hop- Protests and national media in- role Alumni Affairs Vice President president is one of the faults of the "He's been a gift from God,"
kins, Lombardi! said he was a nov- undated campus, broadcastingUFs Robert Lindgren said Lombardi! University of Florida," he said. Browne said. "Students automati-
ice at dealing with big-time college social friction. Lombardi! was has excelled at.Lombardi's Creating committees and task cally come up to him. He's very
athletics. And its problems.The quick to counter that message with persuasive tech- forces is another way faculty can approachable."
Gators have been snaggedin his own. niques and outgoing attitude have "chew over" problems, he said. Lombardi! described his affec-
a web of scandals throughout the He criticized the group, its more than made up for alumni's The local president of the United tion toward UF quietly and simply.
past decade. The most recent one leader, its stance and any faculty traditional distaste for nonFlorid- Faculty of Florida, Jane "You sit up here in this place and
pushed the football and men's bas- member who would serve as its ians. Brockmann, said although facultylife there's nothing but problems," he
ketball programs under the spot- adviser. Then he began to look for "He has met our alumni friends can't be improved overnight, said. "But you have to think that
light of an NCAA investigation ways to improve harmony.And and they're all solidly behind him," Lombardi definitely has made things are better than this. I revi-
spanning almost two years. with the creation of last Lindgren said. "He has been extra some progress. talize when I see the students.
That investigation led to the fir- week's People Awareness Week effective. People have a very good He's trying to gain trust and con- "All of a sudden, you remember
ings of UF's head football and and some Informal fall classes on feeling about him,and I think that's fidence while paying attention to why it is that you devoted your life
men's basketball coaches in Octo- diversity in different colleges, con- transferring into larger gifts." most faculty committee recom to this stuff."



What they say about Lombardi.! ..


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"He considers himself a part of the University of Florida but not

necessarily above the University of Florida."

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was necessary to have that kind of leadership from. the president of the
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FOR RENT: UNFURN.CONDO SUBLEASE: HSEAPTSublet ROOMMATES

Classifications Q How to place a Neo-Pnmitive to share house by West-
IN SW: 2 BR 1 1/2 BA. Town 1BR apt Pool, laundry, security,
Pets OK, near UF $290 per month 376- age. Fireplace no air, poor heat, loft
,, house. Breakfast bar
hookups
classified pool.
ad
: 9453 10-17-7-4 wooded lot. $100 mo. Own room. Tim
Pay electric. $450 KEY MANAGEMENT
only
1 for Rent;. Furnished 392.S852Ieav. menage. 10.18.5.5FNS

In Person: 372-3060 One br apt avail Nov 1 until July 31. 290
10-12-5-2
2 For Rent* Unfurnished Cash, check MC or VISA per mo. Piccadilly. Call Bill 3922370. / to share nice house with enviro.

Mobile ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk 10.12.4.4 aware veterinary students Own room
Homes to
3 The Alligator Office l70/mo + 1/3 util. Great location! Call
UF. 2br/1ba. $175 College
For font/Sate/ 1105 W. University Ave Park Properties 371-7777 Need '1 female nIl lor own bed 3744408. 10-25-10-5

M-FBam-4pm room/bath/shower in 3bdr apt. Deposit
4 Sublease House/Apt./ 10-31-23-2 taken care of. Call 372-1363 alter 6 or Female roommate needed lor spring se
Main BookstoreHub mester. Own room in a great house;
leave $180/mo 1/3 mil. 10.15.5.4
WALK 2 BLOCKS to 2 BR Ell. msg +
5 Roommates campus,
UF Jennifer
Customer Service Desk Only one block Irom Please call

6 For Sale : :,;:: M F 8 am 4:30 pm only 372-3060$275 KEY until MANAGEMENT 1991. Inc. some 10-12-5-utilities Sublease 2br 1 1/2 ba townhouse, almost 371.3949. 10.25.10.5

lOOOsq It. w/d hookups. 350mo. Eves
7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier's Office 2 call 336-8954, days call Keven 378- N/S responsible M student needed own
M-F gam-9pm rm In NW area walk/bike to UF
8 Motorcycles; Sat & Sun Closed 2 quiet 2 bd 2nd floor opts, porches storage 0200. 10.12.4.4 a/c/heat/wash/dry 190/mo + util 3-mo

cent H/A d/w fans, SW/Villas;
::"::': 2 bdr/$275/month Oct free walk to UF lease or more Lang 377-1831 101965MF
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NW 15th St Private yard, Basic furniture
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10 Wanted ::: pm Super Clean 2br/1 ba duplex apt cent a/c/ Call 334-5920 or 377-1541 10.15.4.4 / lor own room In nice house Great

By Mail: heat, fenced yard bike to UF, pet ok location, waterbed Included. $215 mo.
11 Services : Lookl I House 'for rent. 2 or 3 Ig. bdrm/1 Ig. Call Brad 378.0078 or 3323427. ,10-11-
$330/moCall/ Sarah 375-3378 10125.2
Use forms appearing weeklyin bth. Large yard w/ deck Close 2 campus 3.5
12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry no cash by & mall. Pets ok $495/mth. Call 376-7652.
SW 2
SYSTEM in this
SECURITY
13 Help Wanted, mail MC VISA or checks only. BR duplex. Fenced cent air roomy, near mall 10.17.5.4I 6 FOR SALE

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: pets ok. $325 KEY MANAGEMENT 372- I bdrm furnished apt. in Pine Rush. Biking

:, :' Payment by VISA or Mastercard 3060. 10-12-5-2 distance from UF. $200/mo. lease TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk
15 Personals ::- ONLY. Five dollar minimum. (orlg. $279.) 2 1/2 mo. lease and his drives, 2 Him cassettes, 2 dim cannisters
Duplex apt lor rent, I 1br Ir kit, bath
A/C. Must lease. Call 334-8748 Ivemsg. Factory reconditioned unused in past 2
16 Connections M F 8,30 4 pm. or
from UF bl off Univ
ac/heat 3 blocks 1 10.17.4.4 yrs. Perfect lor small typesetting jobs
17 .Notices ,: Ave $250 monthly plus security. A frame Good machine lor small type shop. System
D How to correct also call 3381839. 10-15-5-2 Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC Mm & 6 font

18 Rides, disks. $3,500 OHO. Call The Alligator at
cancel your ad: BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS, newly re- 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE 373-9928 for more inlo.
19 Pets x: ,:: finished. br, walk to UF, last one, College

20 Lost & FoundO Cancellations: Park Properties 3717777. VILLAGE Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
10-15-5-2 brands all at New Location! Car
Roommates available are our
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Call 373 FIND Mon. 8. 4 pm
Reserve room lor (fall Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
No refunds be your
can given. NO SECURITY DEPOSITI This month'srent
Bus service to UF and SFCC 2070. 12-14-78-6
FREE! I bdrm studio apt. Nice
Alligator errors: Furn or unfurn $175-$250 per
When will your ad run? close to campus. 295mo. Call Tracy roommate/month MZ Prop Mgmt. Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar
Check ad the FIRST day it runs
your 3782651. 10-18-7-2
Inc. Realtor 3750207. Detectors, Infinity I Saneul, Sony,
Call 373-FIND with corrections before
any 10-19-24-5 Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo..
Classifieds will TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 2br l/2ba/ apt In French Quarter, pool, We Beat All Prleee 3733754. 12-14-76-
begin RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY $210 a month, call Rob 3756987.. 10-
N/S F to rent own rm/bth In 2 story apt at 6
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected 16-4-2 Greenwich Green. $233 mo. + 1/3 utili

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. ties. Call 335-3110. 10-15-20-5 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering::

No refunds or credits can be given after Harman Kardon Autotek JBL, Toshiba
Union Shands take
or may placing the ad Changes called in after A serious male student lor large 7 bed Crunch Haller MEI I VSE alarm Lanzar

THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated MOBILE HOMES: room upstairs apt. l60/mo. + 1/7 util. + 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-768

may run for any length of time deposit + lease. No pets 1616 NW 3rd
Customer error or changes: Ave. 4959024. 10-12-10-5
and be cancelled at any time. 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo DISCOUNT HI-FI
be made in at
Corrections must
person
722 S. Main S The Red Bldg.
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON Farmsrentals from $260 Incl. LIBERAL* miff roommate wanted to

for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction I... water, .sewer garbage pick-up lawn share 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2 WE ARE CHEAPER
mile to UF, $150/mo, + 1/2 util. 372-
main. Also some great buys. Quietl) Will 12-14-76-6
5590. 101915.5
take long term travel trailers. 378-9291
CAR ALARMS installed remote control
Open weekends too. 12-14-47-3 F to shire 2bd/1 1/2 ba twnhse in SW any car truck or van fully guaranteed will

FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.Check BIG TOP area. $225/mo Fully furnished, wa/dry demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. message.
Call 335-6273 10-12-7-5
10-19-38-6
What animal never forgets?

FURNISHED Our New Specials- 10-12-1-3:r Own room in GREENWICH GREEN.

All Amenities Available Free cable & water. $216/mo + 1/3 util. 2400 BD MODEM $98

Housing Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Call Karen or Chris 336-0077.. 10-13-
WORD PERFECT $135
all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly Roommates Available SUBLEASE: 5-5

parkirg, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. We're No.1REGENCY CALL ELITE 335-1300.
117 NW 15th SI., 377-4269. 1214621Free OAKS 4 HOUSE/APT. Oak Forest- Own Rooml Female Only
378-5766 195mo+1/3util. Large furnished apt.-un- 11.1.33.6rPRODIGYS

wtrbed or dorm fridge when you rent 3230 SW Archer Road SPYGLASS- need female nfor own turn bedroom. 3bd/2ba/ great atmo
(turn & Dec. $290/mo sphere. Avail. Now 336-8032. 10-15-5-5
studio apt for Now COUNTRY GARDENS bedroom/bath In 3 bedroom/3 bath apt. & 4-
utl Inc + $150 dep. Close to UF. 377- 373-4500 $233/month 1/3 utilites. Call Erin at
+ Mature wanted to share 2bd/2ba/ ....
5535. 10.17.5.1One 2001 SW 16th Street 10-12- person Inlrfl 335-4353
392-3111 ( )
I (day) or apt condo In SW area, close to UFo W/D

block from campus, one bedroom apt 12-14-76-2 pool, sec,system. $285/mo/ + util. Call Available at ELITE today. 3351300. I
feet
Sublet 1 bedroom apt. 750 sqare
furnished or unfurnished, reasonablerate evenings 373.4503 or 3354731. 10-22-
SPACIOUSONE
until July 1991. $329/mo. Archer 10-26-10-6
pool, ac, quiet, call 3731812. 10- BEDROOM APT.ONLY,273MO. Woods. Call 373-1571. 10-15-7-4 10-5 1
18-4-1
M N S for 2 bd/1 ba house In NE area. RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants
LYONS APT Furnished one-bdrm apt one blk Irom UF Fall sem. only. Wood floors, big yard for your dorm or apartment. We_

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 In the beautiful SW. $305/mo. October cen. heat. Cheap! Craig 371-1070 $100 deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave.

12-14-76-2 free. Call Tim 372-7111 or drop by Colonial 1/2 mil. Can call late.. 10-12-3-5 3775265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 10-
FOR RENT: Manor olc. 9 to 5. 10-12-5-4 16-21-6

1 bed. apt for sublease, turn or unfurn, Roommate wanted M/F upperclassman or
WILLIAMSBURG VILLAGE. 376-1253. WINDMEADOWSI Sublease a large I MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk grad pref. (for own room In 2 bdr/1 bath in
10-12-19-2 bd/ bin unfurnished apt. Av.llabl.lmm. SW area. $200 pays rent & util. call 338- Editor's choice Hewlett Packard ,. '
dlitelyl) Call Astrid 335-6471. 10-16-7-4 Northgate M/C Prices lower than
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280. 9856. 10-16-5-5
LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASE! $250 mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb,

2 Plus BDR LMR.$335 Pool, NEW, laundry Townhouse,no cats$440 or dogs.Santa Sec.. moves you In. Close to UF and Shands. 2br/1 ba Unlurn apt thru 8/15 $420/mo/ 1 st M rmmt needed for own bdrm/bath In 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk graphics monitor.
3761248. 10-30-20-2 rent free. POINT WEST Call 377-0499. MC 28612$948, MC 386SX$1086,
Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- 3br/2ba apt In Park Place. $l88/mo + 1/3 I
76-2 10-12-5-4 utll. Call 335.1985 for Info. 10-17-5-5 Northgate 38620$2499.. Leading Edge I
ALOHA GARDEN APTS. Have a New 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery.

Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet Year week Vacation at Daytona Beach on Female" rmmt to sublet room In a 3 bdr2ba Student looking for reliable roommate. $1995.1 ft 2 year warranties Onsite war !

washer/dryer available In most' units for usl 3008 SW Archer Rd. 377-0555.' 10- apt. close to UF. l60/mo + 1/3 util. $135/mo + 1/2 uti I. 4th Ave between 11 th ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer- $185. *

$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath 19-13-2 Needed NOW! Call Anna at 375-5624. ft 12th Streets Call Patrick 338-0768. HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. Univer

$250-$375, sec & Imr. 372-8422. 12-14-- 10-16-5-4 1Q175.5 ally Ave. 12-14-52-6
ONE MONTH FREE
76-2
Studios and one bedroom 2 br 1 ba spacious apt. Close to campus, M lor 2br 1 1/2ba apt French Quarter CANNONDALE 53cm. Shlmano 105

INCREDIBLE from $235 Walk to UF. College law school. October free. 484 a month. $210 a month + 1/2 ulil. Call Rob 375- comp, aero bar + original, 3.0 frame
Park Properties 371-7777 1031232ONE Call 375-0466, alter 5 pm or leave mes 6987. 10-16-4-5 excel cond. trip computer. All for 550
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sage. 10-16-5-4 obo. 338-7854 or 338-14721..v. m....
Starting at$183
Starting at $238 /2 BedroomMEADOWCREST MONTH FREE or security system.. Female to share 3 bedroom house In 10-15-4-6
Villager West, central air, quiet Oakbrook Wilk-F to share 2bdr/2ba fully'furnished quiet N.E. wash/dry cent heat/a.e.

110 NW 39th Ave cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street equipped kit., own wash/dry. Sale/secure small pet ok. Fenced yard.$155pm Classifieds. ,'"
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37I-19M from 16th Av.371.7777 3777609. 10-17-4-5 Continued on next page. .1
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CUSTOM COMPUTERS REPAIR 68 VW wrecked but drivable, fresh motor NEED AUBURN TIX HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons -

286-12 w/1 meg ram, graphics monitor, Precision Small Engine Pickup & Delivery less than 500 miles, strong running, $850 Call 378-3906 boarding woodser facilities *

40 meg hard drive, 1 yr on-site $925 others available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, obo, call Michael @ 375-6852 leave mes 10.18.5.10 hay ride parties tales working

avail. 3328333. 10.26.15.6 across from Alley Katz 3363825. 10-31- sage. 10.15.3.9 students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080.

37.8 Need 2 tlx for Growl and 4 tlx for Homecoming
MOUNTAIN BIKE 4 sale penalized 1971 Volkswagen Pop-top camper Excellent Game. PLEASE Call Tracy 332- *FREE*

hardrocK component parts; xtra set ....85 YAMAHA RZ-350... body A Interior, run great; new 5430. 10-16-3-10 Pregnancy Test

slick tire priced to tell $260 Cory 332- W/Racmg kit- VERY FASTI paint & upholstery. Mutt e*. $1700. 332- Gainesville Women'

5925. 10.12-5.6 MUST SELLI! $1250 OBO 4127. 10-12-2-9 HOMECOMING & GROWL TIX NEEDED HEALTH CENTER

...Call Ray 335-9312 m.g.)** 378.8278 Leave Message. 10185.10 720 NW 23rd Avenue
Excellent Trek 400 road bike (for ale. 10.25.10.8 1976 Chevy van w/130,000 miles. Run 377-5055

Hardly ever uied. Great condition. good; body not *o good Still has many ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
Shimano compon. $350 o.b.b. call 375- mile left. Fort McCoy 1-236-2161 10- BIRTH CONTROL

0219 today. 10-12-5-6 9 AUTOSNeed 17-5-9 11 SERVICESNW Gynecology Service

12-14-75-11
1981 Dodge Omni 4-speed, rebuilt carb &
Guitar-$180CD stereo comp. have sell Red tram, dependable, good run Mlnlstorag. at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave
money, to my baby. very mpg
l50ACyclmg hel-$20 COLLEGE MONEY, Private scholarships -
$
76 Fiat convertible Excellent condition, great. Asking $975. Call John 377-9050 near Oak Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
Call Harry at 336.8506 lor dill 10-12-5-6 College Scholarship Locators pob
awesome stereo system $2500 obo. Ivmet*. 10-19-7-9 $20, 10% dic. to students. 3328917.
12-14-76-11 1881 Joplin, MO 648021881. 800-879-
NEC Laptop, 20M, 3 1/2 drive, carry Call 3749575. 10-15-5-9 7485. 12-14-75-11
77 Buick Skylark. Auto, PS, PB, new
cue, battery, external RGB, Epson
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
1986 NISSAN 200SX black tire, engine rebuilt 2 runs
5-speed, yrs ago very
FX1050 I wide, extensive busmen toft- BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI! CS
Get confidential and
treatment at
testing
tinted windows, a/c, cruise control, power well. $695. Call 371-7014, atudent. 10-
ware. Call 613-885-9416. 10-12-56 15.3.9 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. Military tear gas & personal protectionInfo.
windows loaded. $5300 Call
Very nice.
12.14.76.11 Keychaln unit or home canister'
NEW!! Exercise A weight training ma- 1-473-2951 $17.95 each $2.50 shipping (checks ok,
1974 Cougar XR7, runs good, looks good,
"-' DP 3500 attachments..
Gympac VIsa/MC orders Sent Immediately
ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 2 new tires, new camshaft, lifters' oil ** GATOR MOVING ** phone )
Sarah 10-12-5-6
$150 call at 3353378. Sallle Cain, Action Seminars, 6141
RATES, low payments, fait' drive- pump, Black. $600 call karl 3789266. Full/Serv
Mov/Storage/Packlng/ 1.ItemH. Parkforest, Baton Rouge LA 70816 or call
Air ticket: one way GainesvilleTampaLos thru service, se habla Eipanol 377-2277 10-16-4-9 *. Full. Days/Eves. Long dl*. 504-751-0495

Angeles, US Air. Leave Game 3.50 377CARS. WE CARE. 101810.9 Lie/In Harry/Bill 374-4791 12-14-76-
1986 Buick Et Auto
Century
Wag. ,
pm 11.1, arrive Tampa 4:40pm: reach LA 11
8pm $160 obo 3345289. 10124.6 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door am/fm, beige/brown ext, velour' int, 1
locks, teats, windows, a/c, am/fm tape, owner-exe cond. Asking $5200, call 332-

Mountain Bike-Schwlnn Sierra 18 auto, wht ext/blue Int. Exc cond- must 5012. 10-16-4-9 AAA STORAGE 0 F r A

All Excellent sell belt offer 334.5053. 10-19-11-9 Close UF Convenient
speeds components by Exage to ,
condition. Asking $300. 1.591. Camaro 1982 deep blue 4x4x4 $15/mo
Ben. Mazda RX7 tan, 1984 leather Int., 70K Auto air wlndowi tinted (1.00 All Mom Mora 6pm
2932 10-16-5-6 4x8x8 $30/mo
mi., strong & fast, new tires, 5 apeed. Great conditionCall 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771

BIKES) Cannondale crlterlum w/ $5900 obo. 374-9590 ask for Max. excel 372-6217 (Ans machine) 12-14-76-11 DIE HARD 2

Shimano $350. Mail pro Italian bike w/ cond. 10-19-10-9 10.I 5.3.9 1:00: 3:45: 7:00: 94S: 12:15:

campagnolo. Both race ready & in I er-
MEMPHIS
BELLE (PC-13))
feet condition 3349533. 10.16.5-6 SACRIFICE! 1982 Toyota Starlet 5-ip, 1986 NISSAN 200SX, a/c, 5-speed,
EASTERN FEDERAL THEATRES 1:00: 31: $ 530: 7-45: 1000 12:15: I
new tires, a/c, $1600, good condition.Call power windows, cruise control black,
PUNCH 150 AMP. sell $250 Also HAltO 376-0912 or leave menage 10-12- tinted windows, 1 owner, extra nice MARKED FOR DEATH (R)
$5300 Call 1.473.2951. 10-1 B-5-9 ROYAL PARK 1.05: 3:1S: 5:20: 7.30: 945: 1215:
Impulsive top of the line mountain bike
almost 700 hundred dollar new. 450 1983 Dodge Mirada 61k miles, all luxury, CINE MA 4 NO.MUM.NO lassos TKSDWiPACIFIC

3769650 10-12-3-6 all power. Cold a/c, new tires, auto. Great Brand new 89 Diahatau Charade 35 miles HEIGHTS (R)

shape, $1900 obo. 371-7726 after 5pm. per gallon, must tell to pay for school, 3702 NEWBERRY RO 373-4277 1 1-25: 350: 7:15: 935: 1215:
Typewriter IBM Set II Corrector. Excellent 10-15-5-9 Speed, ac, radio-can, Call Shawn NO.MMH NO 1WOAM TUEK VCOODFELLAS >

cond late model, $195. Also IBM S.II I, 373.3005 Eve*. 10-15-2-9 13.SO AM shows bolero 4:00: PM Dilly (R)
1985 Oldsmobile, Calais, 2dr, ac,
good conition, $60. Phone 4624964. 10- pw ps 1-00: 4:00: 7:00:
am/fm, call., tint, cruise control, exc. 1985 Ford LTD Wagon Excellent condition -
12-2-6 POITCAJIDS FROM THE EDGE (I)
condo Asking $4500, neg Call Leo 371- Loaded rum great. NICE CAR. THE FRESHMAN (PC) 1 so
1:10
3:20: 5:30 740: 955: 12:15:
7865 after 6pm leav. mess 10-15-5-9 Will tell at loan value-$2350. Call 332- Frl.6:20.7:35.9.50sat. I : :
PERSONA halloween costumes, Reserve 3690. 10-18-5-9 t Sun.>1:20-3 20.5.20.7:35".50: CHOJTPC-U)

early, get' the best. Extended hours Oct 88 RX7 SE47K, sunroof, a/c/ tint, 105: 4:00: 705: 9:40: 1215:
17.31 108pm. Sun. 21128 126p. Sun PRETTY WOMAN (R)
Center 372-0455. 10-16-4-6 Potenza RE-71 tires, garaged, cover, excellent .-S 00.720945: $150Fri. 1' PRESUMED INNOCENT (R)

$12,500, obo Call 376-7542. 10- 10 WANTEDLocal Sat. S Sun..2:00-4:30.7.20-845: : 1 1:10: 410: 7:10: 950: 12:15:

BARBELL WEIGHT SET AND BENCH FUNNY ABOUT LOVE (PCI 3))
DESPERATE HOURS R
Pontiac
1000
1984 excellent conditionnew ( )
$59. Call 374.4558 alter 4pm. 10.12.2.6 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Fri.-S 00.7:10.: 20 1:15: 325: 530: 7:35: 950: 12:15:
clutch .
tires starter 84k miles a/c
,
Sat. I 8u..1:00-3.00.5OO.7IO.20: : : NO MMtt NO SMOIUN TUrsoAYDEATHWARRANT
Ring ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie' Fine
Zenith SS 266 coprocessor/ 40mB HD, am/fm asking only $1600 or best offer call Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10 (R)

ext. floppy 2400 Baud modem, mouse, 3345290. 10-16-5-9 POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE (R) 120: 3A IS 520: 7-30: 940: 1215:
Panasonic 1 1160, $2000. Thomas 335- Fri. -5 00-7:10-9 20
WANTED: 2 or 3 ticket to Florida Auburn
5751 10-17-5-6 1985 Mazda GLC Deluxe $3150 4 door Sal t 8u..1:00-3,00.5:00.70.: : : 20 MIDNITE SHOWS

sedan, like new, cold A/C, 5 speed, new game. Call 375-6824 'leave message. Friday & Saturday
10-12-5-10
Apple He computer, printer, modem, software Michelins, 35 mpg, 378-5710, 372-0766 '
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19S8 Tomos Golden ask for Ed. 10.12.3-9
Bullet-good WANTED: up to 8 tickets. for FLORIDA
condition. Call Lee 336-1289 Leave message
GEORGIA. Call Wanda collect 0.489-
10-15-3-6 88' Honda CRX HF,white wblue Interior,
32,000ml, 5-speed, new front tires, great 0584. 10.12.5.10

IBM PS/2/ model 30, fish tank(55( gal), call gas 371.9886 mileage, very 10.19.8.9 dependable, please TOP DOLLAR FOR Auburn and Akron

lamps, VCR, beta, stereo, comics, TV, football, coupons! Call 334-9022, evenings
dorm fridge, & much more. 335-1962 for 10.17-5.10
Info. 10-23.11-8 1985 PONTIAC FIERO excellent running "
condition; great mileage S-speed
gas ;
; NEED AUBURN TIX. Have 2 Growl & 2
new rubber & brakes ONLY 1900 Call
;
RACING BIKE: Shimano ;
14spd. components homecoming game ticket Willing to
332-6731. 10-16.5-9
Aluminum frame Complete wac make trade and/or pay $$. Call 336-9413.
cessories. $400 firm. Call 336-1806 &

leave message. 10.17.5.8 .. '" VO'NIOH"
4C CENTER

WHITE DRESSER AND SHELF UNIT.
GOLD TRIM-$100. NIGHT TABLE15. CiNtrux ODEONTHEATRES 1015 N W lUthSticei! 10$3,50"

3347767. 10-16-4-6 372-5347


BICYCLES UNDER $50
All are 10 speed race style warranted by $3.50 BARGAIN MATINEE-ALL SHOWS BEFORE 0:00: PM 1 -
ON SATURDAY,SUNDAY t HOLIDAYS
w. bike mechanic
HELD OVER!
Alex 3361972. 10-17-4-6 GoodFellas
MARKEDau DEATH WARRANT

Cyclepro 12speed city bike Brand new 9 I Life WUMUM pi
mo. ago Exc. Cond Just tuned up Call Jon .
378-0586 Leave mess. $130. 10-18-5-6 U in the WIN DAMME!


BUNK BED FOR SALE GOOD SHAPE Mafia IJWIIdoYI' WVdayi-: 30 9 4S. \\H 91Wkday..: 7:15: 930 FREE CiR( US TicMTs :
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& you a chance to visit the Big Top. Starting

'Home. for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' MALL 10 DAILY TwI.uTE SHOW October 11th and continuing through Octo

Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell 1 Q4iw nibNwNNre30Aepm ber 19th, a circus riddle will be placed In
OAKS MAll 6309 1 M I WBI! RAY ROAD 4nNMdbSAwM
your property pass you by I Alligator Classifieds the Classifieds. The first three callers with

offer you the cheapest way to OAKS EAST OAK 4 WEST the correct answer each day will win two
keep your real estate In the public eye. 331-8818 KSIM OAIIS M UWHTtl AOJACI NI TO MALL
Where else can you keep your property In 3318118 IN OANS PLAzA free opening night tickets to the Clyde

the market for as little as four dollars a Beatty Cole Brothers Circus on Monday
HUNTta/MACK HCAIT(a)
day? To make It even easier, you can no, ,,4 U TL8 U 001, 1 00, 1a 20 October 22nd. A riddle, In question and
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fplace, your ad over the phone; all you -7 Ao 10'10 ) GOOD KUAS (R) a answer format, will be located in a differ-

need is a valid l Visa or MasterCard. Call Drta TdACT(PC) 1:00: ((4:15: TLS 0 13.00)), 730,1035: ;' ent classification each day. To win find the
373-FIND today to place your ad. s 87AR 4: TL6 H 00I) HENRY AND JUNE (N .17)) ,
W caws(M riddle In the classifieds and call the
710 10M. 1 1:30: ((4:45 TLS 6 $3.00)), 6 DO, 10.45 Alligator
Rockwood Villas condo 2/2/ for sale ..summ +om4T o( io MR. DESTINY (PG-13) at 376-4446 with the correct answers

by owner. 335-1982. t.U,1411m.u.rlij:40.( : : 4a 1:45: ((5.00 TLS 0 $3.00)), 800,1045: between 8.00 a.m. and 12 p.m.

10239.7 1:45: 4raDO .'\'' 1.001, FANTASIA (C) Limit one winner per family

I 1'00. 1500 AM&5.00,_!0 5100 35 1 1:15:1 ((4:30: TLS CP $3 00)), 7:15: '.55
Get real IOCIIY I)
your estate license. Tu S Th "15:15: alligatort
*,i evenings 6.10 pm 618 W Univ. Ave
Starts Oct. 23 371-2787 Florida Centerfor lime! Shown For Monday Thru Thursdav

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Finder II you !find Keeper something? you can place a *SUNBELT MOVING* 12 SERVICES national full service brokerage firm Is
FREE ad In our Lot & Found lection Be Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies looking for hard.working motivated people EARN $35
kind to someone who' lost what you've 1 1. Item House full. Local/Lng dist Typing reports business legal to work In their Palm Beach Gardens This week for your blood plasma donation
found. Call 373-FIND. Lie/Ins Priced for Studentsl/ Marty 375 resumes cassettes transcribed applications office Call Mr. Deter 18008219494. with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZED
MOVE. 12147611 letters notary .etc. Available 104113 system allows you to donate in 1/2 the
Hori Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional 24 hours/7 days/372.2777./ 121476 timel' Study while you donate or watch
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Daily turnout grooming and TLC, 462. Workshop w/ Sharon Reitor Oct 1214. Customs DEA, etc Now Hiring Lilt Center Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378
5127 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS Beginner welcome Call Florida Schoolof MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376.0339. Full Ings. ((1)) 805 6876000 Ext. K.9486. 9431 MTh8. Fri 8-5 Sat 8.2. 121467
Massage 378-7891. $65 paid in advance & self service computing. Open until 13
FOR COLLEGE or $15 per class 10124.11 10pm school nights. Typing starts ENTREPENEUR? TYPE "A" PERSON
Are available! Million go unclaimed 1 1.50/pg A Resumes $8 A Self service ALITY? EARN UP TO $4000. Jobs In USA and overseas All occupa
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yearly .800.334.3881- Are you having trouble finding your bed In resumes A $2.50/hr/ A .15/page. Laser Gain management experience on campus lions Don't t limit yourself to those few
11-10-50-11 the clutter? typeset graphics spell check theses companies that recruit on campus Jump
WE CAN HELPIGainesville A papers A special characters employment Set your own hour*. Earn Irom $2,000- start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters .
Personal Protection tear gas, pocket Mini Storage databases mailmerge training. $4,000 during this semester Call today. Write to CAS., 652 W.
ilzed, 1395. Great gilt LCM 2841 A 4430 SW 34th St. 33!)-6793. WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC/ 1214 Now. .800.050.8472 Ext. 25 Palm Ave. Placenpia, Ca. 92670 11.21.
Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. 10-12-3-11 I IIntervi.wlng 5212 10 172-13 50.13
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with high tech !firms? 'Your Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable Beekeeping farm. Work outdoors with Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par
Interviewing Guide to the Information Industry honeybees, shop work and farm chores In
service Reasonable rates ticipate new drug study for the treatment -
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
can help Researched by former Laser printer. 377-8175 til 9.00pm. 12- 15 miles from UF $4.25/hr. 466-0066 of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call
Big 6* consultant 60.minute video 14-78.12 after 7 pm. 10.12.6.13PARTTIME 331-5379. 12'1263.13INTELLIGENCE
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372-1664 Bolick Productions PO Box 8594, Red & I9hrs/wk/ $6/hr/ Application deadline Oct. Customs, DEA, etc Now Hiring. Call I.
MCVISAlnsuranceFree/ / Bank. NJ 07701. 1012311 Resume writing House development 371-8148. 12-14.services 15. Send resume or apply In person to: 805687.6000 Ext. K.9486. 10.22.21-13
Pregnancy Test Grace Presbyterian Church c/o Christian
Member Associate 76-12 Education Coordinator Search Committee 000 NANNIES
Tutoring* NEEDED Top Pay-Top
.National Abortion Federation English Math Humanities, etc.. Typing/Wordprocessmg WordPerfect 3146 NW 13th St. Gainesville FL Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs
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12 14 53-11 If you need help, Call 3357748. 10-23. 5.1, quality work fast results. low rates, church 32609.ollice Job 376.5654.description 10155.13 available at Only Inc. 1.800.468.8699. I 1.7.30-13

10-11 dependable, personal service Tara 332-
**CAR DETAILERS* 1469. 12-14-76-12 OVERSEAS JOBS Summer, Yr round. Now filling parttime positions selling athletic .
Will watch children In SW home,
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Handwash & Handwaxl Armor All All Countries All fields Free Info. Write
weekdays while you go to school or Resumes hardworking eager to learn need apply.
Typing Typsettmg AA .
tires/daahl) Vacuum! Only $20.00 Ig. IJC P.O. Box 52 FL02 Corona Del Mar
work. I am a mother of one. Call 373- From$150pg 917 NW 13 St. NO phone calls! Lloyd Clarke Sports
cars $5 ex 4 appnt. 373.6959. 10125 CA 92625. 1018813 .
11 7380. 1017511 WCS Inc. 373-9822 1504 NW 13 St. 10 15-4-13

Attention Students FREE moneyl U.S. Attention students: Earn money typing Phone survey work, no sales, part time
STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification TypingLaser Typesetting* from dorm Up to SOO/week/
flexible ,
Internships possible eve. & wkd hours guar $4 25/hr/
Exam *FTCE* $26.95 Send Grants for scholarship, fellowships resumes reports S letters S etc
Only Amazing recorded message reveals details + bonuses Call or stop by Cherry Com
residencies, and research 376 5465A 3500 W. Unlv Ave.
check/money order to: Teachers Support Call 24 hours 1.202-310-3336 dept. munications 309 NE 39th Ave 372.4026.
Service Box 2585 Apopka FL 32704 ph grant Billion of dollars now available Alachua Word Processing 12.14-76-12 1003. 10.15-M3 10 18-6.13
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited An easy, relaxing way to pick up cash- Dept. Is looking for a computer support
Term Papers Typeset Resumes all that's required I II a plasma donation. technician. Prefer applicant majoring In
by Trude Michel Jaffe Business Legal A Personal Etc. Earn up to $120 this month. New donor computer science or a related field
G'ville Handicapped Typing only; with this coupon only. Come in Should be familiar with IBM compatible
ACROSS 3 Shore bird 35 Elevator man 49 Sale words YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179 todayl! Alpha Plasma Center computers, MS/DOS/ Word Perfect, Lous
1 Geom. or trig. 4 Buddy of'"haw" 37 Twaddle 50 Raton 12-14-50-12 9 SW 1st Street G'ville 3789204. 10- 123 and utilities Job duties include installation .
5 Musical pauses 5 Lessen 38 Not observed 51 Spoken 19813 and set.up of IBM PC s and

10 Type of moss 8 Gladden 43 European 52 Poker term 13 HELP WANTEDAVON CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The software Any of data prior experience with installation .

14 Curved molding 7 Poses capital 53 Type ofsandwich Independent Florida Alligator Must own bling, or troubleshooting communication with PC ca-or -
15 "The Waste 8 Rocky pinnacle 44 Reply for reliable van or pick-up truck and be available computer terminal equipment helpful
Land" author 9 General 45 Capacity short 375-8967 from Sam. until 9 Im. Monday Prefer applicants that can work 20 hrs
16 Culture lead-in vinegar Joe" 46 Lyric poem 54 Guido note Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. through Friday. Must have excellent drivIng flexible scheduling PART TIME BLOOD
17 Dangerous 10 Garden plant 47 Jai 55 Presidential Benefits Insurance. 12147613 record and valid Florida driver II. BANK DATA ENTRY OPERATOR 2 yrs
place for a 11 Benedict 48 Style Initialstympanist cense Pay per route plus mileage. clerical and computer experience re-
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? 12 Young Guthrie in The Melting Pot. 3-5 Avenue. Ask for the
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WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. BUY AND PAWNGoldSilverDiamondsJewelry W/M 6', 170lbs.20's,looking for a W/F/ In While Maltese 4 month old puppy for sale FOUND: Strategic Management text-
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Best Jewelry &Loan 371-4387 16 Beautiful 7 month old female cat. Has all on Oct 6. Call 392-2010 to ID. 10-15-3-
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.18,ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,1990,

GAMEfrom I
20 i,
page
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would go for the win. 1J
"We have a lot to play for now," 1t
Spurrier said. "All that conferencestuff t
we don't talk about that )

anymore."We're sort of like the (Florida I
State) Seminoles and the (Miami) 11j
Hurricanes." We're independents 11f j
this year.

Storm moves doors practice In- f

Tropical storm Marco, with 1
heavy rains, forced the UF football c
team to practice indoors at the Florida )
Gym Thursday afternoon. I
The practice for one-hour and 20 II
minutes, was UF's first indoors Ij I
practice since last December, i
when the team worked out in the
weather.O'Connell Center because of cold j

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BATES
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from page 20 )

the most unique experiences,"
Bates said."I have fond, fond memo I
ories Tennessee..as a player anda
coach. I never went back and 1I
coached against players I've I
coached," Bates said. "There are a
lot of emotions involved." }

Emotion always seems to be involved
where Bates is concerned.

UF players quickly have learned j

_that Bates'hands-on.style of coaching is definitely jl l I

"He's crazy out there," said UF
linebacker Jerry Odom. "He really
gets involved with a play. If some-
one does something well, Coach
Bates will have everyone run over
and congratulate him. Coach Batesis
a really active coach."

UF players said it's not uncom-
mon for Bates to head butt a player
who just made a great play or to
physically show a player how to
make a tackle. As a former line-
backer himself, Bates said he still
has the fire and emotion of a defen-
sive football player.

Having coached in nearly every
region of the United States also has
given Bates plenty of opportunitiesto
refine his coaching techniques.

Bates has coached at Sevier
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County High School, Southern
Mississippi, Villanova, Kansas w .
State, West Virginia, Texas Tech,
the USFL's San Antonio Gunslingers -
and Arizona Outlaws, Arena
Football's Detroit Drive, Tennessee -
and now UF.

UF's defensive coordinator
hopes to add one more fond mem-
,, ory to his coaching career.
"I still love Tennessee,but UF is Women are accounting for a growing proportion of alcohol-related crashes.For .
where I coach now," Bates said.
This win is important for us." the sake of your family, your friends-for your own sake-never drink and drive.

Having seen and coached most

of Tennessee's players will certainly And join the agents and employees of Nationwide Insurance in our fight to preserve
oj help the Gators;but it won'tmake
a big difference, Bates said.
"We (UF coaches) have talked lives and property. You see, we consider drunk driving a Nationwide problem. "

about certain individuals," Bates r
said. "But frankly, I'm still searching
i..N for their weaknesses. They're (J
NATIONWIDE I I..INSURANCE
U1I ... a talented football team.But I guess
I "'this Is what coaching's all aboutto Nationwide Is on your sider
find out what type of team you
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 12,1990,AIJJGATOR, 19


I Sloan appeals 5-year ban from college coaching I



I Attorney: Sloan's sentance should be as lenient as one given to team
-
Alligator Staff Report Former UF football coach Galen Hall,who rule when he paid for Maxwell's fare from
was forced to resign about three weeks his expense account.
Former UF basketball coach Norm Sloan before Sloan for supplementing the incomesof

will appeal the NCAA's finding of unethical his assistants and for arranging transportation And, since UFs basketball team was let
conduct and subsequent five-year coaching .for a former player to pay child sup- off fairly easily by the NCAA after its two- 4r
suspension, the St. Petersburg Times re- port, has opted not to year probe into the university -
ported Thursday. appeal a similar sus Douglas main-
Sloan, who, after nine years at UF was pension.Hall Norm tains Sloan deserves a
forced to resign for purchasing an airline a graduate as- Sloan, who is similar sentence in
ticket for former UF All-American Vernon sistant at Penn State, harshness.
Maxwell, now coaches a professional bas- is hoping the NCAA coaching Greece, would "Since the institu-

ketball team in Greece. will review his case like to have the optionof tion was excused from
But Sloan at least would like to have the and allow him to ac- wrongdoing becauseof
option of returning to college basketball, cept an offer from any returning to the 'inadvertence' of its
Tallahassee attorney W. Dexter Douglasstold NCAA school in the college coaching ranks. 'people' who approvedthe
The Times. future, Hall's attorney expenditure (of the
"He got hit with a pretty tough sentence," Jimmy Judkins said. The NCAA could punisha airline ticket), then the
Douglass said. "It's the same as blacklistinghim "We've reviewedthe same charitable inter- t
school
that hires
for five years, and that would cost him way other coaches pretation of the testimony
$$200,000 a year. He would certainly like to have been treated by Sloan.dure of Coach Sloan
have the opportunity to continue coaching."But the NCAA and we can that his charging the .t
nobody's going to hire him with this live with that proce- ticket was inadvertent
hanging over his head." ,"Judkins told The Times. should be accepted," the appeal states.

"We think, if Galen is offered another job, .
Under the five-year suspension, any uni- the NCAA would act fairly." Chuck Smrt,NCAA enforcement director, ALLIGATOR PHOTO
versity that hires Sloan may be susceptibleto Sloan apparently is not so sure. He insistshe said the appeal would likely be heard in Former UF basketball coach Norm Sloan I
NCAA sanctions. did not know he was breaking an NCAA January.


I Tennis team to host tournament this weekend IBy I


DEBRA SARI LINN ranked programs. doubles competition. losers. Singles finals will begin at tournament.
Alligator Writer Five Southeastern conference rivals Farley has had back problemsthis 11 a.m. Sunday, followed by the The Gator Fall Classic will be I
including No. 4 Georgia and season, which forced her to doubles finals. the first action for the UF team-
The UF women's tennis team No. 14 Tennessee, will be repre- default in the_Longhorn Classic in The Gator Fall Classic is part of since the Roberta Alison Southern
will be competing without its top sented at the third-an- Austin, Texas, in late the fall tennis Collegiate
two players when it plays host to nual tournament. September. season which Tournament in
the First Union Gator Fall Classic Georgia's players Arendt, who will serves as a u Tuscaloosa.
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this weekend at Scott Under Sta- include Angela not compete at all this warm-up for in- F will face Geor- Ala., and the

dium. Lettiere, seeded first weekend, has suffered dividual players. gia and Tennessee Longhorn Classic
The singles competition will lack in the tournament, from torn ligaments in Austin,
UF's Nicole Arendt, ranked No. 3 and Caryn Moss, and a stress Collegiate without Nicole Texas, duringthe
nationally, and Andrea Farley, ranked 13th nation- fracture in her right team competition Arendt and Andrea last week-
ranked No. 5. wrist. begins in end of September. -

Both players have been struggling ally.Senior Holly Dan- The tournament, January.Traditional. Farley, its top two .
with injuries this fall. Nonetheless forth and freshman which runs Friday UF won four
the tournament will Erika Kutler will be through Sunday, will foes, includingNo. players. singles champi-
spotlight some of the best individual among the singles Farley consist of 64 singles 20 Miami, onships and
collegiate players from 10 players for UF, ranked No. 2 as and 32 doubles draws with a con- Florida State and South Florida, three doubles championships at
teams, including seven nationally team. Farley will compete only in solation tournament for first-round will also send participants to the the Roberta Alison Tournament. I


Gators will host cross UF volleyball team plays

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country meet Saturday two matches this weekend

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The UF women's cross country team also
By CHERYL BOSSEN will be competing this Saturday at the University against Auburn and Alabama
Alligator Writer of Florida Invitational on the Univer-

The UF men's cross country team will sity Golf Course.Action for the Lady Gators
compete in a five-mile run at the Universityof will begin at 9:15: a.m., preceded by the By HUGH HENCKEN to Florida State on Tuesday.The .

Florida Invitational this Saturday at the men's division and followed by four high Alligator Writer Gators will play this weekend's

UF Golf and Country Club. school races. matches without their top reserve player,
The UF volleyball team faces two Impor-
Formerly known as the Barnett Bank UF is expected to run its full squad for
tant Southeastern Conference matches this senior Lisa Bonk. Bonk will be sidelined
!Invitational, the: Florida Invitational! will act the first time this season.u The____ ___meet will weekend. for at least two weeks with torn cartilage in
as me Galore final warm-up for serve as a warm-up for the:
her left knee.
the Southeastern Conference Southeastern Conference The Gators travel to Auburn to face the
Tigers Friday night, and then return hometo
Championships, to be held on Championship the Gators will
the same course Oct. 29. host Oct. 29."Basically. the O'Connell Center Sunday to face The success of the Gators this weekend,
UF's familiar competitionwill ,here on in,we are Alabama at 2 p.m. will depend on superior play from Steffi
include Central Florida, focusing on the SEC meet," This weekend is very important for UFs Legall and the emergence of Suzanne
Florida State, Florida A&M, said coach Monica O'Reilly. conference chances.The 6-10 Gators are(0-1) Hughes and Kristin Guetzkow, McReavysaid.
Florida International, South The next two weeks will giveus in conference play, with the lone loss to .
Florida and Miami all of an opportunity to train for Louisiana State, the top-ranked team in the
which competed with the Ga- the conference meet. conference.UFs .
the UF In- head coach said Starting with the match against Alabama;
tors at last week's Florida State 4 The Gators won Marilyn McReavy
Invitational in Tallahassee. UF vitational last year with 43 she realizes the magnitude of this on Sunday, the Gators open their longest
home stand of the season.They play Baylor
Coralena Velsen weekend's matches.
was the top finisher of that points as was
Oct. 18,and SEC Mississippi Oct.
group, placing second overall. Frazier I its top runner,_placing fifth These are important matches for us," 19. opponent
Sophomore Mike Mykytok, who has led while Wendy Frazier placed:: eigmn.: McReavy said. "It is probably good for us
the Gators in all three of their races this Frazier led UF for the third consecutivemeet as a team to be playing these matches right
season,will be the favorite to win the men's on Saturday as she ran a career-best now.toThe On Oct. 21, the Gators play a doubleheader ,
title Saturday after finishing second in UFs 17:16.2: over the 5,000-rneter course for fifth Gators, losers of eight of their last hosting Mississippi State and then
last two races. place at the Paul Short Invitational. nine matches, are coming off a tough loss North Carolina. .



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Picks column I UF's big test comes Saturday I

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Spurrier and defensive coordinatorJim Ileelr-
SHARON GINN
By
Bates both will be returning to a
Alligator Staff Writer
their home state.

It's a coach's dream. Spurrier grew up in Johnson City,

IIK--. Two nationally ranked football Tenn., and lived there until he cameto
teams battling it out in front of 92,000 play for UF. Bates played and

people. Each with a chance how coached for the Volunteers.And .

ever small to come away with a a sold-out Neyland Stadium, '

national title. the second-largest in the nation,
Ah,Tennessee. This is the game UF football coach likely will be filled with screaming rt

What a fine state. There's Graceland in Memphis, Steve Spurrier has been waiting for. Vols fans. ...

.. the Grand Ole' Opry in Nashville and the ChooChooin Finally"a//y// ,his Gators will havea "This is what college football is all I.

Chattanooga.Oh chance to prove they deserve all about," said Tennessee coach .
and we mustn't forget Steve Spurrier's from the recognition they've been getting. Johnny Majors. "I'd like to see an "

Johnson City. Either that, or they'll crash and easier opponent come into town, but I. P'

But while those things are fine and dandy for the burn.Whatever this is what fans and the media,play- ::;

average tourist, we here at the Alligator-brand Picks the outcome Spurrierand ers and coaches look forward to
Column Till are more interested in another Tennessee the players are looking forwardto being involved with." ,

landmark. what they say is their first real test The thought of a loud, unsupportive -

THE JACK DANIELS DISTILLERY.Yes of the season. Many people say UF crowd may make some UF players I

those wild-eyed southern boys of Lynchburg, has yet to play an opponent close to nervous on Saturday, but tight ,

Tenn., have given this world a little something to smile its caliber. end Kirk Kirkpatrick said he can't _

about, so we decided it was our duty to pay homageto But there's no denying the team see it making a difference in the
Mr. Daniels' staff by making someone at the plantour the Gators play this week is in the outcome of the game. ; .

guest picker this week. same class. but
Besides, Kirkpatrick can't help
5-0 Gators will take No. 5
The on
remember UFs 1988 Homecominggame
KICKOFF- Saturday, 7:30: p.m. (EDT) Tennessee ((3-0-2))' ) at Knoxville Satur- when Auburn breezed into .. I

SITE- Neyland Stadium (capacity 91,110)) day in a contest televised by ESPNat town and blew the Gators away 16-0. ...
TELEVISION Cable: ESPN. 7:30: p.m.
"I don't think (homecoming) is
RADIO -WRUF ((850 AM, 103.7 FM) The Volunteers are led by tailback '" ..
"
that big of a factor, Kirkpatrick said.'hey'll "" 4
COACHES UF: Steve Spurrier ((5-0 season, 25- Tony Thompson, who took over for be pumped but we'll be
13-1 ) TENNESSEE )' All-America candidate Chuck Webb up
career ; : Johnny Majors ((3-0-2 sea too."
pumped ,
son, 153-97-10 career) when he injured his knee. Defensiveend up
Majors said his team will have to
Mark said back
Murray holding TENNESSEE SPORTS INFORMATION
be pumped up to beat UF, a team he
Tennessee's running game and forc- Tennessee coach Johnny Majors
.'f The Picks ing the Vols to pass is the key to calls their biggest challenge yet. said UF will be the toughest opponent

Tina Terry,secretary to the executive vice presidentof winning the game. "Without question, Florida is the his team faces all season.go .
Jack Daniels, was our choice. UF, ranked ninth by the Associ- best football team that we will have
for the extra point, rather than a
And while Terry admits Jack Daniels isn't her favor ated Press, is one of only a handfulof faced this season, Majors said.
conversion that could have
ite drink (yeah right), she said she has gulped downa unbeaten, untied NCAA DivisionIA "With all respect to Colorado and two-point
the and Auburn on top
won put
game
Auburn, Florida is better all-around.
few drinks of Jack in her time. teams left. But even though the
CONSUMER NOTE: Our editors wanted you to Gators took apart Southeastern Con Tennessee owes both its ties to the conference race.
Spurrier defended Dye's decision,
know that we aren't condoning drinking Jack Daniels. ference rivals Alabama and Louisiana Auburn and Colorado, which were
because he said a tie doesn't hurt
But if you should down a bottle after reading this State,they have yet to beat a ranked top 10 teams when they played the either team's chances at an SEC title.

column, remember that howling at the moon is illegalin team. Vols. But the Gators' priorities are differ
certain counties. "You could say we've not beat the Colorado and Tennessee tied 31-31
ent he said because the probation-
,
Anyway, Terry said the Big Orange (that's Tennessee tough teams," Spurrier said. This in the August college football season laden team can no longer shoot for

for you city slickers) will roll Saturday night. week will be our first test, the first opener. And two weeks ago at Auburn the SEC title. Now that they're out of
She also said the water fountains at the Jack Daniels top-10) team. Well find out if we de- the Vols tied the Tigers 26-26
the Spurrier said he probablysee
race,
Distillery really do dispense water. serve to be up there or not. after Auburn rallied to score two ,

Speaking of dispensing, football writer Sharon "I Adding to the excitement, it's touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
Cam, 18
may be a woman, but I'm ahead of you" Ginn is Tennessee's Homecoming game. Auburn coach Pat Dye elected to page

dispensing correct choices like a computer and is

currently dominating the rest of the pack with a league-
leading record of 32-18.

Ginn denies ever drinking Jack Daniels, but word Bates to have Auburn might
well.has it she must be drinking something to be doing so ready


..... In second is token newsroom picker Dan "Jack have cheated

Daniels is perfect for sportswriters because it numbs his homecomingBy
the mind" Evans, who is two games back at 30-20.( own Alligator Staff Report
Sports Editor/Cocktail mixer Ron "Is Mad Dog -
20/20 made by the Jack Daniels people?" Kaspriskefinds Sevierville. Auburn, ranked No. 6 by the
RON KASPRISKE
himself in third place with a 28-22 record and "After coaching in as many places as Associated Press,used an illegal
desperately wondering how Tennessee could have Alligator Staff Writer I have, you might say I have many trick to set up its gamewinningfield

blown such a big lead and tied Auburn. !Having i coached for 11 different homes Bates said. "But Tennessee !is goal in Saturday's 16-14 vic
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Assistant sports editor Gregg "Jack Daniels wouldbe teams over the past 22 as mucn my nome as is tory over Louisiana Tech, Tech

great if it didn't have all that alcohol stuff in it"Doyelis years, UF defensive coor- Michigan, where I was coach Gary Barte said.

in fourth with a 26-24 record. dinator Jim Bates admits born. I have many friehd- Bartel told the Monroe, La.,

'f And bringing up the rear, as if this was to anyone's it's not like him to become .. ships in that state and my News-Star that Auburn kept a
surprise, is wrestling writer/columnist Alex"I thought sentimentally attached to A:>,_ children still live there. I 12th man on the field as a wide

Jack Daniels used to be a world wrestling championback any of the various places p'tff/l'fF".' miss them. It will be niceto receiver set out wide with two

in 1976" Marvez. In case you care, Marvez's he's left behind. go home." other receivers.

record is 24-26. But when it comes to 4.' Z Ironically, Bates' home- The 12th man then left the

Tennessee, the Gators' coming coincides with the field, leaving Tech with too

C opponent Saturday, Bates Volunteers' Homecoming.; many defenders on that side,
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SY PS PS PS PS SY still Tennessee's Homecoming Bartel said.Auburn .
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but his two sons, James, 16, and men on
4 Jeremy, 13,)Jive outske!) pf(Knoxville)I in. see Bates, page 18