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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 35 MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1990




I r !: Strong teaching,



I research bolsters UF statureBy


MIKE BRUSCELL public universities. unless the money it receives in-
Alligator Staff Writer Lombardi! began his speech creases. Increasing the financial
praising' UF's strength and char support will require belttightening
Calling his first months in of- acter during the past month, as statewide, particularly by students
fice a character test for UF, John students, faculty and staff faced Lombardi! said.
Lombardi! said at his Friday in- the murder of five Gainesville students "Just as we expect the state to
auguration he would strive to the football team's loss of increase its support to match na-
make Florida's largest universitymore post-season play and the near- tional norms, so too should student
competitive nationally. cancellation of its Summer tuition approach the norm,
Speaking ,before a crowd of classes because of statewide bud- with the assurance that financialaid
more than 2,000, Lombardi! get cuts. remains adequate for all who
stressed UFs timeless mission Meeting the challenge of becoming need it," Lombardi! said.
producing the best teaching, re- and maintaining a major He said financial commitment,
search and service as Florida's national university means over added to strong teaching and a
national stature grows. coming a lack/ of resources, devotion to research, will bolster
"All three must exist for us to Lombardi!said.In addition to both UFs stature.
claim kinship for the first rank of state and national economic stability "Every quality university de-
universities," Lombardi! said Fri- universities wishing to suc- pends on the competitiveness and
day morning at the O'Connell ceed must compete for limited quality of its faculty," Lombardi! I i
Center ceremony. money. said. "University quality is but a
Although Lombardi! took office "The next decade will show fragile thing."
March 5, after being selected by whether we make that success In the research arena, whereOF 1
the state's Board of Regents over self-generating," Lombardi! said.: already competes with jugger-
Marguerite Ross Barnett, the inauguration The plan is actually a process, its naut institutions such as the Mas-
is Lcmbardi's official content the work of many people." sachusetts Institute of NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR
welcome to UF. He said Florida funds educa- Technology, Lombardi! said UF UF President John Lombardi!greets the crowd at his inauguration
The board is a 13-member tion at 70 percent of the national ceremony Friday morning at the O'Connell! Center. Lombardi! Is I
panel that guides Florida's nine average, and UF can't compete see Inauguration, page 8 UF's ninth president. .




nowledge driving force Female faculty trail men I



behind provost's career in number job successWhen

... anthropology Professor mia in tenure rates, salaries and
By MIKE BRUSCELL demic vagabond" who has wandered from Martha Hardman was hired at UF 21 promotions.
Alligator Staff Writer Illinois, where he grew up, to colleges in years ago, she was armed with an im- Tenure,which UF usually grants five I
England and Scotland, African villages and pressive resume full of unique research or six years after a professor is hired,
After wading through million-dollar bud- top U.S. schools such as Yale, Harvard and projects and big name schools. assures job security and academic free-
get cuts his first two months as UFs sec- Johns Hopkins universities.As .
dom well .
But she soon realized she was earn- as as larger paychecks.ing
ond-in-command, Provost Andrew both a teacher and student, with de- '
thousand For professors sala-
Sorensen must face another problem-the grees in history, ethics, health educationand a few ,
large blue book sitting on the coffee tablein medical sociology, Sorensen has dollars less than ries hinge on tenure,
his Tigert Hall office. swapped knowledge with people worldwide. men with less expe- which in turn depends
Written by a former Johns Hopkins Uni- Inspired by visits from missionary friendsof rience. Upset, she .on promotion.An academic -
versity faculty member who Sorensen his father, a Presbyterian minister, took her complaint chain is formed
mentored years ago, the book, a history of Sorensen often watched slide shows photo- to the department and any holes can
the U.S. Public Health Service, was thanks graphed around the world, always imagin- chairman. knot up career advancement -
for Sorensen's support through the years. ing a life full of experience,but unsure about He offered to help
But the gift hasn't been opened often. how to achieve it. her plan a personal A state education
"He sent me this book two months ago "I must have 'changed what I wanted to budget. investigation last
and I haven't read it yet," Sorensen said. do 50 times,"he said. "When I was 10 years The traditional spring showed tenure I
"One of the most demanding aspects of my old, I didn't say 'I want to be a provost.' theory that males rates for women were '
job'is finding time to learn. But when Lombardi! left Johns Hopkinsfor should earn more consistently lower ;
For Sorensen, 52, learning continues to UF last spring, Sorensen followed .money because they support families than for men. At UF, almost 70 percentof
be the driving force behind his 24 years in shortly after, taking office July 1. Sorensensaid determines unbalanced salaries, said male faculty have tenure, but less ;I
education. he enjoys working for Lombardi! and Hardman, who was supporting three than half of the female faculty can say ))1 i
When he's not heading UF's Academic shares his goals to improve undergraduate children single-handedly when she the same thing. .
Affairs Office assisting UF President study, expand research and promote complained. For female students looking for role
John Lombardi!, Sorensen often reads or continued student and faculty diversity."I models of the same gender, the numbers ,.
with his The think he's man of extraordinary visionof
discusses literature 'family.
Statewide and UF statistics show are grim. There is one womansee
what could be and it's excit-
discussion ranges from a book examining a university ,
past cultures'beliefs in female gods that his ing for me to be part of his team,"Sorensensaid. that tangible forms discrimination Tenure, page 10
in acade- :
wife, Donna, is reading, or a novel written still may exist against women I
by the author of "Old Yeller" recom- By reorganizing and possibly relocating I1 I 1
mended to Sorensen by his 12-year-old son, the academic advisement center, Sorensen --1 '

Ben. see Sorensen, page 5 B 81 1 DEBBIE' \ CiNZIPFR 1 1
",2.\6\S! ; 'iQ'e.n: ,'describes''Wniself ,as an "j1Ca- ,,

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School Board is hosting an open 'o. Bridle Club meets tonight at 6 in the Review It: The Tau Beta Pi Engi
the-public textbook give-away today Animal Science Building Room 156. neering-in-training review session
through Thursday 9-4 at the Text Members'dues are $3, pledges'dues will be tonight in Weil Room 328 at
book Warehouse, 716 N W 10th St. $8. Call Shareen Childs at 336-5926. 7:20.: Call 372-8328.
Call Marc! Buchanan at 336-2860. NAACP: The Gator NAACP meets Star search: The Black Student
Support Chiles: Students for tonight at 6 in the Reitz Union Room Union is looking for individuals to
Chiles will host a rally today at 1 at 346. Call 377-8875. participate in a talent show. Tryoutswill
the Plaza of the Americas to express Libertarians: The College Libertarians be Tuesday in CSE Room E222
support for Sen. Lawton Chiles. Call meet tonight at 7:30: in the and Oct. 23 in MEB 211. Call Tony
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MONDAY,OCTOBER 15, 1990,ALLIGATOR 3Playing


Libraries to feel brunt

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of budget reductions

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By DEBBIE CENZIPER cent down to about 2.5 percent by freeingup

Alligator Staff Writer trust fund money, every area across
campus will benefit,including the libraries,

t While money manuevers may save 80 he said.

percent of UF's summer classes from hefty Now, the libraries may avoid cancelingits

budget cuts, protecting campus libraries subscriptions, he said.
will not receive the same priority, UF President "Its hurt but
(libraries) are going to get ,
John Lombardi! said Sunday. it's not going to be hurt as bad as we

Offering summer classes and holdingsome anticipated," he said.

money back as a safety cushion for The budget shortfall came after Gov.
possible cuts this spring will come before Bob Martinez ordered all state agencies to

the libraries and any new equipment pur- trim 5 percent of their budgets in the face
chases, he said. New books and supplies
of a staggered economy and lower-than-ex-
can always be bought later, but canceling pected tax revenues.
summer classes can't be replaced, he said.
The State University System padded the
"The libraries will hurt than
more
blow by dipping into two trust funds-one
classes will Lombardi said. "You
can go
from lottery revenues and one from an
in after the fact and buy books and equip
i education system emergency fund to
ment. lower the percentage. The required cut
But because the state's nine public uni-
versities whittled budget cuts from 5 per- see Library page 9


Chiles' supporters plan


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rally in Plaza of Americas


By LEIGH GLENN porter, will talk about ethics in government
Chiles' campaign and the
Alligator Writer
candidate's $100 cap on campaign contri
UF students will gather today at noon on butions.

the Plaza of the Americas to demonstratetheir Vitali! will end the rally by outlining

support for gubernatorial candidate Chiles' stance on education. He believes

I Lawton Chiles. that Chiles would be the kind of governor
The rally's key speakers will be former that Florida's education system needs.
student body presidential candidate Juan
Vitali! and Student Body President Michael "(Chiles') record in education speaks for
Browne. itself," Vitali said. "Education is at the top

Randy Shanafelt,who heads Students for of his list of priorities."We .

Chiles/MacKay, will open the rally and need an education system that sup-

introduce the other speakers. ports the growth of the state-that is ableto
Browne said he will touch on the short provide professionals to put this state on

NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR falls of Gov. Bob Martinez's education policy the map in terms of growth," he said.
dirtyUF the lagging amount of money that
freshmen Karen Price, front, Anne Downs, center, and Catelyn Hardy Florida spends on education and the role Vitali said he was encouraged by Chiles'commitment
to students when the candidate
struggle in a muddy game of Tug-of-War on Saturday during Tolbert area's of the Florida lottery. was a faculty advisor to UF's Graduate
Mudfest. The students, who called themselves the "Banshees," live on the "I'm not up there to bash Martinez," he Student Council.

second floor of East Hall. said."I'm not necessarily against Martinez,
but I am supporting Chiles." "He's a hands-on type of person that

UF student Tom Bishop, a Chiles' sup- appeals to students."

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United Way campaign helps Supreme Court judges


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homeless, 30 local charitiesBy hear UF Moot CourtBy


SUSAN SIMKO its drive and dispenses it to 30 Gainesville before the final competition helped calm
charities including St. Francis House, JENNIFER C. MITCHELL
Alligator Writer his nerves. "It makes you a little more at
WriterFour
Alligator
Vodanovich said. "
ease.
Mary Ann, 4, knelt in the dust outside the This year United Way hopes to raise $2.1 Florida Supreme Court justices The four justices entered Holland Hall

St. Francis House, a Gainesville shelter for million in Gainesville, Vodanovich said. Last brought state judicial reasoning home Fri wearing black robes. Members of the

the homeless. She cradled a basketball in one year the campaign raised $1.9 million. day to their alma mater, the UF College of standing-room-only crowd were asked to
arm and wrapped the other around her and the The
Law. rise, moot court began. com
mother's leg. The higher goal will send Gainesville
Members of UF's Moot Court Team petitors each stated their side of the case
Mary Ann, her 18-month-old sister and climbing to match the contributions of sim- wrongful birth before the and the justices questioned them.
argued a case
their mother came to Gainesville two weeks ilar cities throughout the country. United
in the Fifth Annual Zimmerman Before the the four
justices competition, justices
ago to join the ranks of the homeless. A gas Way conducted a study of 13 cities withGainesville's
and Shuffield, Kiser & Sutcliffe Moot Court attended the inauguration of UF President
station attendant told them about St Francis population and income
House. found that Gainesville ranked 12th in giving, Cup Competition. David Reimer, a fifth John Lombardi. Justice Overton said that
law student and Kim this the third UF
semester Kettering, is presidential inauguration
The small frame house at 15 SE Fourth Vodanovich said.
a fourth semester law student, won best he has attended. He and the other
Ave. gave Mary Ann and her family a placeto The huge thermometer planted on UF's team. They were matched against Alan justices, Raymond Ehrlich, Parker Lee Mc-
food and social worker to her
sleep, a help campus charts the amount of United Way Goodman and Mercedes Hale, both in Donald and Stephen H. Grimes, all re-
mother, Teresa, find a job and a permanent contributions. Last year's campaign chair for their fourth semester of law at UF. ceived orange Gators caps and T-shirts at
home. Teresa sees it as a gift from God.
UF built the thermometer "to put some visible Reimer, who-plans to practice construc- the competition.Chief .
"The Lord brought me here, she said.
sign on campus to call attention to the tion and commercial litigation in South Justice Raymond Ehrlich said that
The St. Francis house is run by St. Augus- "
United Way, Vodanovich said. Florida, also won the award for Best Oral- deciding on a winner was very difficult
tine Church and funded in part by United
1st. He said arguing before Supreme Court because all the competitors did outstand-
Way, which kicked off its 1990 Gainesville Although the thermometer inches up
him taste of how difficulthis ing work."I I
fund raising campaign Sept 13 and plans to slowly due to the way the contributions come justices gave a
continue the drive until the end of October, into United Way, the sign keeps the cam- career could be. think the arguments were exceed
Campaign Chair C.V. Vodanovich said. paign in the front of people's minds, "It's a question of preparation," Reimer ingly professional," Ehrlich said. "And
United Way collects money each year in Vodanovich said. said. He said his three weeks of practice that's the best compliment I can give."



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4. AIJJGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1990


ELSEWHERE GATOR LIFELINE

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BrazilRIO Today's blood needs at the
Flooding mudslides kill l 17 in Civitan Regional l Blood Center:


DE JANEIRO, Brazil (UPI) Heavy rains early makeshift homes in the effected areas. Type Need Type Need
Sunday caused flash flooding and mudslides that Blumenau Mayor Victor Sasse declared a state of
killed 17 people, injured at least 25 and left several emergency There are many people dead and injured, 0+ A o- U
thousand homeless in the southern city of Blumenau, and public property has been badly affected,"he said. A+ A A- A
authorities said. Townhall officials ordered people whose homes B+ U B- A
Torrents of mud and water swept through Blu- were washed away or flooded to take shelter at the
menau's densely populated industrial neighborhoods, city gymnasium, and the injured were taken to the AB+ A ABA A

ripping out trees and dragging vehicles along.A Santo Antonio Hospital."In U = Urgent
Adequate
civil defense spokesman said an estimated 30 only two hours a great amount of destructionwas =
houses were washed away by floods or buried under caused," Santa Catarina Governor-elect Vilson Bloodmobile Locations:
tons of earth and about 2,000 people were left homeless Kleinubing said.Kleinubing .
in the city located about 120 miles southwest of described the storm as "a terrible tragedy
Man.. Oct.15
Rio in Santa Catarina province. ," but said the effects from the rain were limitedto
Volunteer teams were working to rescue people and certain areas of the city. P.S.O.
Frl.. Oct. 19
J.W. Reitz Union
. German chancellor's party wins 4 statesBERLIN 9:00: am 4:00: pm Gator Expo

9:00: am 2:00: pmGator
(UPI) German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Although he was not a candidate in the state Thur.. Oct.18
whose popularity rose with the Oct. 3 German unification elections, Kohl is likely to derive a major political Expo
got a further boost when his Christian Democratic boost from the CDU victory, further increasing his 9:00: am- 2:00: pm
Union sailed to victory in four of the five statesof chances of remaining German chancellor after Dec.
former East Germany. 2 elections. GO GATORS GIVE THE GIFT
In Bavaria, where elections were also held Sunday, Kohl, whose popularity had sunk to an all-time low
OF LIFE
the CDU's sister party, the Christian Social Union last year,has since gained much support for his policyof
celebrated a major victory after projections showedit swift unification,which led to the Oct. 3 merger of Civitan Regional Blood Center
maintained its absolute majority in the southern East and West Germany. 1221 N.W.13th Street, Gainesville 377-6905
state. The election result is a fantastic success for the
The opposition Social Democratic Party failed to CDU and particularly a show of trust for the chancellor -
make the inroads it had hoped in the conservative ,"CDU Secretary General Volker Ruehe told overjoyed i
stronghold, getting only 25.6 percent of the Bavarian members gathered in celebration at the party's
headquarters in Bonn.
vote.Another surprise in the Bavarian results shown in The mood at the nearby SPD headquarters was ,
the computer projections, was the strong showing by much more subdued -members had little reason to Balfour
the ultra right-wing Republican Party that took 5 celebrate.The .
percent of the vote.If computer projections showed the SPD gettingan College Rings
the result is confirmed,the party led by a former average of 27 percent in the eastern states and
member of Adolf Hitler's elite Waffen SS troops-will 25.6 percent in Bavaria.
be represented for the first time in the Bavarian Officials said only about 70 percent of eligible
Parliament. voters went to the polls. The relatively low turnout
Parties need a minimum of 5 percent of the vote was largely attributed to "voter fatigue." One Hundred Reasonsto
to send deputies to the state parliaments.The The first free national elections were held in East
projections compiled by ZDF German television Germany March 18, formally ending 40 years of
about an hour after the polls closed at 6 p.m. Communism. Two months later, East Germans cast Buy Your College Ring
showed that the SPD only won in the eastern state their ballots again in local elections.
of Brandenburg, but failed to obtain an absolute And in several bars of what used to be East
majority.The Germany, members of the tiny Beer-Drinkers Party -
projections show the CDU garnering an aver- drowned their sorrows at failing to gather any signifi- NOW!
age of 42 percent in the five states that formed East cant support but swore to continue their campaignfor .
Germany before Oct. 3 unification. beer purity and drinkers' equality. ,-'



. American arrested in Egyptian assassinationCAIRO


(UPI) Police arrested an American and most of them Iraqis and Palestinians, were arrested
dozens of other suspects Sunday in the machine-gun Sunday trying to leave the country.Sources said about
assassination of a top Egyptian official that was carriedout 20 others were arrested Saturday.
by a well-organized terrorist group,crime security Egypt's longstanding state-of-emergency law, im-
sources said. posed following President Anwar Sadat's assassination
Iraq,meanwhile, rejected reports that it was behind exactly nine years ago this week, gives police
the assassination and suggested it was the work of broad powers to arrest and interrogate suspects. Siirrrr.Up .
someone in Egypt unhappy with President Hosni Sources said the gunmen,described as professional /
Mubarak's pro-Western stance in the Persian Gulf assassins, were not Egyptians and are probably still OFF..ya
crisis. in Cairo. to U .
An independent newspaperal-Goumhariya, said a Four men riding two motorcycles opened fire with .
group calling itself The World Front for Liberationhad machine guns on Speaker of Parliament Rifaat el-Mah-
claimed responsibility for the attack, but the goub's car and an escort police car Friday morning in
group was unknown and the claim could not be front of a luxury hotel along the Nile, killing the
confirmed by sources or authorities. high-ranking government official, four policemen anda
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page 1 While UF faculty and administrators con hospital told Sorensen, then at the Univer- Center for AIDS Research and Education, a
sulted each other about which classes would sity of Rochester, about a man who died of nationally renowned research program.But .
said UF hopes to ease the bureaucratic painit be cut from an abbreviated summer session, what was once called"Gay-Related Immune Sorensen's work has not been free of
inflicts on undergraduate students. Sorensen asked Browne and other students' Disease," now known as AIDS. controversy. While at Johns Hopkins,
And from recommendations made by UF's for their insight. Intrigued by the disease's mysterious and Sorensen advocated a sterile needle ex-
Quality of Life Task Force, Sorensen said There are so many times when student often fatal spread through the body, change program for Baltimore-area IV-drug
the possibility of UF adding a class this input hasn't been asked for," Browne said. Sorensen observed the medical field's users.
spring examining cultural diversity "He made a point to call a meeting search for answers.
sents another step toward improving repre-cam- and set an appointment to He didn't like what he saw, They felt I was encouraging them to be
pus life. see me. particularly the lack of care and drug addicts," Sorensen said of the plan's
"He hasn't forgotten he's a ; dy sensitivity shown AIDS pa- critics. "(But) as long as they're going to
The task force was created last a
by
year human being. He gets along tients, often gay men and intra- continue shooting up, why not prevent them
former Interim UF President Robert
Bryanto "
with people, (but) he's shrewd venous drug abusers shunnedby from infecting each other with AIDS?
suggest ways to enhance black and Hispa-
"
nic success.If when he needs to be. society."It Sorensen hopes to use his knowledge
But Sorensen, ever the Insa- irritated the hell out of about the disease at UF, and will meet with
the past indicates what Sorensen's future tiably curious student,remains me," he said. "So I decided to the UF Task Force on AIDS and HIV Infec-
achievements promise, former col- humble about his accomplishments. do something about it." tion in November to discuss ways to fight
leagues such as Johns Hopkins international
After founding and serving aschairman the disease.
health Professor DA Henderson said a "A huge number nf people on a Massachusetts
'
large, diverse university such as UF will who-walk into my office know: Sorensen state task force examining;i Sorensen said his faith in the educational

benefit. more about what we're talking about than I AIDS research in 1983, Sorensen took his system as a bridge between different people
"He's a busy guy," Henderson said. do, so it's interesting to speak with them," crusade to Johns Hopkins University in unifies his seemingly disparate work.

"There are few people I know of that work Sorensen said. "I am so ignorant about.so 1986. "Part of it is an extension of a theologicalbelief
hard and accomplish more in so little time many areas, but I learn how other people "A lot of people were worried that we'd I have that there's good in every-
and can get along with such a wide range of live." turn the Johns Hopkins hospital into an one,"Sorensen said. "And I've enjoyed enormously
people." Sometimes the facts have even taught him AIDS hospital," Sorensen said. learning and stimulating other

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OPINIONSWrite







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a letterVice


President Dan Quayle spoke to the Society of Pro-

fessional Journalists Friday in Louisville, Ky. and a UF stu-
dent asked him why couldn't the government spend less

on defense and more on education, including financial aid.

Quayle responded that he thought the government was

spending enough on education. Yeah, right.

But Quayle, in a smooth public relations move, told the { \tup"r-eme-l" urt' j. .G
student to pass the word to his friends that if they had \ ? ;

problems getting financial aid, write to him and he would ._-,, -'_ ,
help them.


About Sounds 22,000 like an of invitation.UF's 34,000 students get financial aid I "But I need a Dhotoeraoher. ." I

and we'd be willing to bet that most of them have had & '-' -
some kind of problem getting that money, not to mentionthe As M.C. Hammer says."Let's get it started!" a-o- Mark Wallington
students who apply for aid and are turned down. UF definitely needs an official-type name for those B
students who go past their fourth year in school. ALLS TO THE WALLhis
Either the Pell Grant doesn't show up for a while, or "Fifth-year senior" or "graduating senior" just isn'tgood

the state cuts back on a grant it had promised to deliver.Or enough. How about, "people smart enough to name is Bert or Bart or something) and put him
maybe the system used to calculate the amount of stick around for a couple of more semesters" and avoid on a T-shirt. I think it would really take off.
realities of the real world.
the depressing
money the government says you need to get through a Student service announcement No. 2:Yes,the new
school year has left you quite a bit short of what you re- From the The"These people of are Miami obviously buffoonsdepartment" the football uniforms look great, the turf on Florida Fieldis
: University joined Big
super, but where did coach Spurrier hide the big
need the list is endless.If
ally .
-
East conference last week making a mockery of re- alligator that blew smoke after.Gators' touchdown?
only half the students getting financial aid took 10 gional rivalries. The Hurricanes think a lot of peoplewill The sidelines look bare without it.
minutes to write a letter to Quayle the vice president want to go see them get whopped every week so
they can improve on their attendance of 3,000. And now for the final installment of our much-fol-
average
would get 11,000 letters from UF students. Maybe that But why would a conference full of respected insti- lowed trilogy:Let's bash on the New Kids on the Block.
would help open his eyes to the need for more financialaid tutions like Georgetown and St. Johns want to be While working for a Florida newspaper this sum
and better delivery of that money.It affiliated with a crummy school like Miami? I guess mer, I requested extended press access for the New
certainly beats standing in Anderson Hall and griping the Big East is tired of boring away trips and wantsto Kids concert in St. Petersburg. For months I called
give its players mini-vacations to South Florida every press agents, concert promoters and stadium officials
because your money is being held up by a technicality.At year. Just call Miami, Doormat U. from now on. asking for backstage passes. I finally got passes anda
the least, maybe a top-ranking official will be enlight- Student service announcement No.1 1: Okay, UF parking sticker for the Suncoast Dome.Then some-
ened as to what students have to go through to get gov- traffic planner people, everyone's sick of stopping at one in charge told me I could do my story but not
ernment aid. The system is filled with potholes and it the new light on Museum Road and Center Drive every bring along a photographer. All pictures of the New
usually doesn't encourage students to go through the 10 seconds to watch no cars go by. It's an effectiveway Kids must be expressly checked by their managers.
long drawn-out of getting the they needto to help traffic go smoothly during daytime hours, Needless to say, the story never happened. The
,
process money but how hard would it be to make it a flashing yellow plot to plant illegal substances and prostituted in their
complete their education. after nightfall Having to stop for a useless 30 seconds dressing room was foiled since I couldn't take any
We'd like everyone who has encountered problemswith while driving through campus at 2 a.m. is both frustrating pictures. Luckily, there was no need to ruin the New
financial aid to write a letter to the vice president, ex- and easily avoided.In Kids since their latest album flopped anyway. People
what has to be the comeback are finally realizing that boys who can't write,
plaining what students have to go through to get money story of the year, pretty
after single-handedly destroying the Gator basketballteam perform or sing songs outside of a music studioshouldn't
and the the
problems government's screwed-up
system last season and leaving Gainesville in disgrace, be stamped on school lunch boxes and
causes. coach Don DeVoe apparently is now pumping out compared to the Beatles.
You can address your letters to: Mr. Dan Quayle; Of- top-10& rap hits with the super-group, Bell Biv DeVoe. Coming next time: Voting results on which was
fice of the Vice President; Old Executive Office Bldg.; Maybe he'll make it back into the O'Dome- on the worse being ruled ineligible for a bowl game or
Washington, D.C. 20501. concert tour. Way to go Don. having the Osmond boys sing the Star Spangled Ban-
A thought:Wouldn't it be neat if someone took that
We'd like everyone to take a week to write the letter, cartoon character from the Simpson's show(fl I think ner.Mark WaUiturtnn it a K/th-vear. ., journalism student.my .
and then mail them next Monday, or as close to that dayas -" ---
I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
possible. That way, most of the letters will get there at 11 i

the same time and Quayle's office will find the response Accusations needto staff too much in Accent point out to'Treasurer Stern that I
difficult to write off as the gripes of a few college students. In that meeting, Richard Bril- am the only senator,elected in Fall
be facetofaceEditor liant (current Accent chairman) in- 1989, that completed my full term
dicated that I have been an effective and sought re-election to continue
: I am writing in response to delegator and have given 100 per- ,serving the students this fall.I have
alligator comments made about me by Stu- cent for Accent throughout my ten- long felt that those who start ru-
'Editor dent Body Treasurer David Stern ure. I would strongly encourage mors or make accusations against
Judy A. Plunkett in The Alligator, regarding the Accent Treasurer Stern to letme know who others in the safety net of anonymity
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Chairman selection.In those other people are and why are not only irresponsible and
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier the article, he says that other they feel this way. Indeed! am far unprofessional,but also display the
from perfect and would look for backbone of a jellyfish.
people said that I was not 100 per-
ward Tompkins
Letter to improving my leadership Chris
Policy cent dedicated to one thing. In my
Utter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page) They should be interview, Treasurer Stem made skills with their expert advice. Chairman, Senate Finance Com-
typed double-spaced end signed.! They should Include typed name, address end telephone, Affair
number. Names will be withheld, If the writer shows Just. cause. If you have any question call similar comments regarding"other Regarding my dedication to mlttM ft Accent. External
the editorial page editor at 370-4458. people" who said that I relied on more than one activity, I would Director


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.OCTOBER 15.1990.ALLIGATOR 7


AT&T contest to award fictional stock tradingBy


JENNIFER C. MITCHELL vestment Challenge. special AT&T service line. colleges on their collective earn dents to participate.The contest is
ings. Throughout the contest, to undergraduate or
Alligator Writer "The Collegiate I Investment OnFeb.28.1991theplayerwith open any
the highest portfolio value wins. weekly updates of the top grossing graduate student enrolled in a two-
is the most realisticstock
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On Nov. 1. more than 15,000 The top 10 winners receive trips to individual and college portfolios year or four-year accredited col-
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Each player 1 is given a $500,000
In a Monopoly-type game using fictional account to buy and ell< wins a$25,000 scholarship.Although Anderson, UF student Interested students can contact
fictional money,AT&T is sponsorstocks at current market prices. players enter individurepresentative for the contest,said Jonathan Anderson or call AT&T
ing its Third Annual Collegiate Transactions are made through a ally, AT&T also ranks the top 10 he expects more than 60 UF sluat 18005451990.

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its energies in areas-such as scribed as a student-orientated their 1-year-old son, Sean, also
brain research -where it already president, many students missedhis missed Lombardi's speech.But .
excels. inauguration because of class."I .
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"What we're trying to do here is
like President lombardi! I Lombardi's and in-
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organize, enhance and focus,
like him a lot," said UF education telligence. Karen said she and Jon
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Chuck jurich."I would have with Lombardi's
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LIBRARYfrom fits.The said even with the further budgetcut of the woods yet," Hemp said.
page 3 libraries already swalloweda reductions decided last week,
School leaders also
$146,075 reduction this year, a UF still is not free and clear. Ad- are scram-
to decide what
bling
summer
lowered again when officials cut imposed when UF missed out ministrators will have to start
classes will be needed for graduating
tapped into money available from on state money based on enrollment thinking now about next year's
seniors and which UF can
Love. the Department of Transportation.Even budget. stand to lose.
You'll love the results so, UF Libraries director But Canelas said she expectedto Thinking about what money the
you get in Dale Canelas said the libraries will have to make the additional cuts. school can do without and finding UF Provost Andrew Sorensen
Alligator Classifieds. have to chop about $338,000 from There's no point in my being other sources of revenue for next said last week that he will meet
its upset"Canelas said. "You have to year will be placed on this year'sagenda
F budget, money that will affect with faculty and students to decide
new book purchases,data process- rock with the punches." ,.he said. which classes will be eliminatednext
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'"These hidden and subtle things make women to have children or an- "It's' easy to sabatoge

d progress through the system more slowly, other job opportunity, committees," she said. Tenure more than
Brockmann said. he said. Women's' career "You appoint people
Student Affairs Associate Dean Phyllis Meek patterns,then, are who you know will
: said more men enter the system than women, different from mens'' wL'i\1 kowtow.. Sometimesthe iust a salary hike
unbalanced pool of faculty and tenure
already creating an dates are committee was specifically .I "
; : eligible for future tenure. thrown off balance. appointed not When teachers acquire Department committeesand
Women faculty tend to be clustered in lower- And once women to do anything.. chairs decide on the .
i tenure, they pocket more
ranking positions, such as assistant professor instead leave the system, it's' ""There are only a few than just larger paychecks.Job recommendation and, if
of associate professor, she said.That makesit hard to jump back in women on campus who security and unscruti-- approved, it goes to college -
i it hard for women to get top jobs. and catch up, he said. aren't' in bad shape," nized academic freedom committees and the
"If you don't' have women in the pipeline, It's' It's' circumstance and she said. also is included in the dean for review. Next, uni--
difficult for a woman to be plucked out and madea often discouragementthat Graduate school package. versity committees and

a dean," she said. push women out LEBASNOW Dean Madelyn Lock- Universities provide the provost must decide, ..
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Another roadblock women must overcome of highereducationhe, Anthropology Professor Martha Hardman said it is hart said it was a strug- continuous employment to followed by the university
when trying to achieve tenure is an overloaded said. harder for women faculty members to succeed In the gle to attain her its tenured faculty mem-- president and finally the
schedule, she said. Women constantly are requested Joe R. Feagin, a system. position, but she re- bers as well as an environ- Regents..
to serve on numerous committees in needof graduate research pro- ceived boosts along ment where Facultymembers -

-a_female.. member.. I fessor in sociology, said traditional male attitudes the way from both men and women. Out of 20 they can purI I
Meetings, classes and drive from the deans, Lockhart is of only two academic fe- Tenure
one the
"11" women sys- sue intellectual at assistant
office hours weigh down 1)) it turns out t that h t they h y d don't t tem"Oppression"from colleagues male deans. goals I recom.mendations pro-

calendars and leave little like women, then we're' going the family and d a Lockhart, a dean for almost six years, said she without heftyrestrictions. be- fessor or
time for publications and woman's' conscience feels overt from her male
TENUREfrom s own no antagonism peers, associateprofessor
page 1 research two major reto have a very unpleasant con can compel her to leave before but she has noticed bouts of discrimination on her The Commission gin with the

quirements for tenure, versation. They're' not aware e tenure eligibility, he way up through the ranks. on faculty mem level usually -
faculty member for every 33 female students, Meek said. said.. When Lockhart was hired at UF in 1960, she AcademicTenure are eli-
while the campus offers a male faculty memberfor If women do clear o of) t their own misconceptionsand Pressure from parents worked on a three-month basis and every few in ber's supervisorand gible for

every eight male students.If schedules s and d find time what "''ou have to do is israise and spouses to have,: children months she was fired and rehired, she said. Higher Education colleagues.. tenure after -
unbalanced rates signify true value, then fortentmayevenhaveanun publishing, the con J. c can cause guilt and "At that time, women were not allowed to holda l ex-_ four
women still are perceived as less important than their consciousness a Ittstress, he said."Sometimes. a full-time, tenured position", she said. After four plained these two objectives straight years of teachingat
their male colleagues, said Jane Brockmann,local fair,predetermined value, tl tie e b bit t women years working that way, she left and taught at as, "indispensable to the university.
president of the United Faculty of Florida."If she said. Writing a paper leave because, inside their other universities. the successful fulfillmentof Occasionally, an early or
people are paid according to their worth and on "Women's' Studies," John Lombardi! heads, they internalize the UF rehired Lockhart in 1970 as an associate the social purposes of late tenure considerationcan
merit,the only conclusion is that women have less will have less merit than UF, president ''Mommy Track,;''"' Feagin professor. higher education." be worked out by the
merit then men.." Brockmann said. ._ ,. ,_ ..,.... a p paper s p o on said. "When you do that it t During her career, like many other female pro- Florida's' Board of Re- employee and the univer .
Some traditional attitudes ;"Medicine: c i ;;e," she said. screws up your mind so that you yourself bring on fessionals, Lockhart left the educational systemto gents, the 13-member .
women obviously still sit in the But the real root of the problem, your own oppression." have children. that the sity.Many who .
panel governs teachers are "
chy of higher education, Meek said, is that not enough women Because males created universities hundreds _"You_ simply accept the fact that you probably. state's' nine public univer- '
hired don't long
"J. stay
1
said. But the foundations of are hired in the first place. of years ago, they were built 'lost along me way, :s sne e:: wide -
sities, uses a system to be considered
enough
form long before the tenure laddertJ "We have so few women that prob-- to fit their values and attitudes, ,"UP) .people 1 e are paid according said. set of procedures when for tenure, a 1987 Regent -
even begins. ability (for tenure) is not that great," Feagin said. t to their worth and d But being one of the onlyHearing doling out tenure.Recommendations. study shows. The study
in her
Years before a woman is Meek said. "If you had more women about opportunities women on campus
tenure nomination, obscure and that were on the faculty, that would through informal net- merit, the only conclusion position doesn't' faze her, for showed affected tenure by rates teachers were
more
overlooked elements may help." works is one of the best ways is that t h have 1 less she said. granting tenure begin with who left than teachers who
prevent! t h her r!from! moving up p the r UF President! John Lombardi! said he to advance, but women often women "It doesn't' bother' me a abit the faculty member's' su- turned down.
01 academia, lirockmann said. Meek agrees and is now looking for ways to miss out because men dismerit than men. ," she said. "I I don't think pervisor and colleagues.From were
Often unnoticeable obstructions block women's' correct the imbalance. By canvassing cuss them casually in the Brockmann it bothers the males either. there, the nomina- One in three left the uni--
progress in the system and lead to sluggish ad- departments and disciplines, Lombardi said he locker rooms or gyms, he Jane I think we're' deans, and tion climbs a hierarchical versity by the end of their
vancement, she said. For example, fewer women will learn what areas are uneven and then search said. L Local I UFF president t that's' it." ladder for review and ap- third year on the job, the
faculty equates to heavier participation in commit- for the cause. Despite tnese subtle pests p :;L 'TIP Va! ..' Provost t fJpn// proval. report showed.
tees as token members, she said. Whether it's' antiquated attitudes or simple ig- that promote gender discrimination, traditional Hemp said salary diffe cb"'ehvwomen ;; men;and d
norance that's' plaguing male-dominated depart- sexist attitudes cannot escape blame, he said. in comparable positions are minimal. And B BY i DEBBIE CiNZM
ments, Lombardi said, campus-wide awareness "It's' just like racial discrimination,"he said.""We any general inequity between salaries, often re
While the people who make the decisions and and a shift of beliefs are essential to true equal think we've' cleared up our act in recent years,but ported in statistics and charts, can be attributedto
1 teach the classes at UF are mostly men, the rights.., we don't' recognize much of the kinds of discrimi- men and women holding positions at different
"Tf .it tumo........ Anf tKit. *tJ.! .&..... "*1 t. ,* 1! : ..I.ft'. ..nO'.... '"."..,.. In.." levels, he said. Gender breakdowns:
student body Is almost equally divided between u v luiua'" vui' uiai' uicUUI1'\; I like: n4Lon t uioi we'" VH&U51 in.Anthropology
the ... women, then we're' going to have a Professor Hardman Gender imbalance may exist because women
1 gend rs. very unpleasant conversation," Lom said psychological factors men feel-. only entered higher levels of academia in the last Total Faculty Members Faculty Members with Tenture

MEN 53.5% bardi said. "They're' not aware of their ing threatened trapped by intelligent]] 10 years,a late start they will overcome in another
own misconceptions and what you women cause this discriminationand decade, he said.
I : WOMEN 46.6% have to do is raise their denials of ? women
consciousnessa lead to access, promotion has 1
UF in its efforts to lower the disproportion
,
: ; 1j
a little bit"Uneven or salary raises. been aggressively recruiting female doctoral f students Women x 1 1i
tenure nomination rates When a women in academia accom- said. j
can't' be blamed on blatant sexism,but plishes something noteworthy,it's' usu-- he
on the forces that affect women even ally downplayed or ignored by. men, Meek said UF, is in tune with its women faculty' ,
9 79 before tenure eligibility, he said. .she said. but much more could be done to better women's
Professors 903 12LJ Because tenure is a highly formal lombardi i "A women writes a book and it does- status and, salaries.A .
process,where overt sexism would be noticed,it's' n't' really count," Hardman said. ""They two-pronged solution of hiring more women
unlikely that women are turned down for tenure', really do get scared when a woman can do some- faculty and appointing women to administrativeroles i
o orice they're' nominated Lombardi she said. But, in the I
Assistant professors 497 151 said.n thing.. can bridge the gap,
36 15 ;,Less than one in 10 of UF's' instructors are Committees set up to deal with gender inequality meantime, the school's' seven vice presidents,the I
tenured women, a statistic Lombardi'blamed 'ona were created by administrators seeking a posi- top administrators, are all male. Y

a ;tong*g chain of circumstances. tive image, she said.The dead-weight committees "'"I' don't' think women lack the motivation to
and have been designed
may
Total Faculty Many women leave the before rarely tackle problems move up,'but 1 think there are certain barriers
with tenun 1661 225 system they are purposely. to do nothing, Hardman said. "
MEN WOMEN eljtfjble, for tenure,either out of frustration,desire '. .;r that stop them. I

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1 FURNISHED SECURITY DEPOSITI I This month' wanted M/F upperclassman or
rent FREEI 1 bdrm itudlo apt. NIC*. grad pref. for own room In 2 bdr/1 bath In classified ad:

clot to campua. $295/mo. Call Tracy SW area. $200 pay rent ft util. call 336- 1 for Furnished
Rent *
Housing Available- blk to UF, coed co- 3782651. 10-18-7-2 9856. 10-16-5-5 In
op, all util paid inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, 2 For Rent UnfurnIshed. Person:
parking, laundry, $210 per mo, C.l.O. ... Cash, check, MC or VISA.
2br 1 1/2ba/ apt In French Quarter pool, M rmmt needed for own bdrm/bath In ,
117 NW 15th St. 3774269. 12-1462-1 $210 a month, call Rob at 375-6987 10- 3br/2ba apt In Park Place. $188/mo + 1/3/ 3 Mobile Homes, The Alligator Office

Free wtrbed or dorm fridge when you rent 18-4-2 util. Call 335-1985 for Info. 10.17.5.5 .;: For Bent/Sate/ ),., .,:,.. 1105 W. University Ave -

turn studio apt for Nov & Dec. $290/mo "" '- ..":" M-F Bam. 4 pm
Student for reliable : .
looking roommate. 4-- Sublease House/Apt./
MOBILE HOMES
:
utl Inc + $150 dep. Close to UF 377- $135/mo. 1/2 util. 4th Ave between 11th Main BookstoreHub

5535. 10.17-5.1 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo ft 12th Streets. Call Patrick 3380768. 5 Roommates :' ., Customer Service Desk

10-17-5-5 ;'. M F 8 am 4:30 pm
6 For Sate
One block from campus, one bedroom apt

furnished or unfurnished, reasonable Farms- rental from $260 Incl. M for 2br 1 1/2ba/ apt French Quarter 7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier' Office
rate, pool, ac, quiet, call 3731812. 10- water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn $210 a month + 1/2 util. Call Rob 375- M-F gam-9pm
16-4-1 main. Also some great buy*. Quletl Will 6987. 10-16-4-5 8 Motorcycles ; Sat & Sun Closed
take long term travel trailer 378-9291

Furnished 1 bedroom apt, close to campus Open weekend too. 12.14.47.3SUBLEASE Female' to share 3 bedroom house In 9 : Autos :>,: >. "':- Medical Bookstore, ShandsM

All amenities $400/mo. Call collect quiet NE wash/dry/ cent heat/a/ 10 Wanted F. 8 am 4.30 pm

14072905880. 10-19-5-1 Safe/secure mall pet ok. Fenced yard.$155pm .
: 377-7609. 10.17.4-5 11 Services By Mall:

FOR RENT 4 HOUSE/APT. Use forms appearing weeklyin
:
12 Services .
Neo-Primltlve to hare house by Westgate. Typing the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Sublet 1 bedroom apt. 750 tqare feet Fireplace, no air, poor heat, loft, 13 Help Wanted mail. MC VISA, or check only.
wooded lot. $100 mo. Own room. Tim
until July 1991 $329/mo./ Archer 392-6852 leave 10-18-5-5 .14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1280, Wood*. Call 3731571. 10.15.7.4 message.
Payment by VISA or Mastercard
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 1 15 Personals
FN/S/ to hare nice house with envlro. ONLY Five dollar minimum.M .
Plus lMR. Pool WINDMEADOWSI Sublease a large 1
laundry, no cats or dogs
aware veterinary students. Own room
Santa Fe Trace Apt*. 3781190. 12-14- bdbin unfurnished apt. Available Immediately $170/mo 1/3 utll. Great location I Call 16 Connections F 830.4pm.
76-2 Call Astrid 335-6471 10187.4
374-4408. 102510.5 17 Notices
o How to correct

Oak Glade Apt near UF & VA, quiet Sublet 1 1BR apt Pool, laundry, security, Female roommate needed for spring se 18 RIdes

washer/dryer available In most units for Pets OK, near UF $290 per month 376- mester. Own room In a great house. cancel your ad:
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath 6453 10.17.7.4 Only one block from UF. Please call Jennifer 19 Pets

$2SO-$375, sec & Imr. 372.6422. 12-14- 371-3949. 10-25-10-5 20 Lost & Found Cancellations
:
76-2 Need 1 female nil/ for own bed
room/bath/shower/ In 3bdr apt. Deposit Call 373.FIND Mon. Frl, 8. 4 pm.
N/S/ M needed
responsible student own
INCREDIBLE taken care of. Call 372-1363 after 8 or In No refund can be given.
rm NW area walk/bike to UF
'leave $180/mo/ 1/3 util.! 10155.4
Efficiency Apt. msg.
a/c/heat/wash/dry/ 190/mo/ + util 3-mo
Starting at $185 lease or more Lang 3771631. 10-19-6-5 o When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Starting at $235 / 2 BadroomMEADOWCREST 2 bdr/$275/month Oct free, walk to UF, Check your ad the FIRST day it run.
NW 15th St. Private yard, Bane furniture. Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
ROOMATE NEEDED, m/f, nice house.
Call 334-5920 or 377-1541 10-15-4-4 THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
110 NW 39th Ave noon
great location, waterbed Inc., 215.00 Classifieds will begin TWO
378-3988 RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
rent. Call Brad 37800783323427. 10-
37S-3861 Female rmmt to sublet room In a 3 bdr2ba 19-5-5 DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected -

12-14-76-2 apt. close to UF. $160/mo/ + 1/3 utll. Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
Needed NOWI! Call Anna
10-16-5-4 at 3755624. **F for huge fully turn bdr/ba/ In 2/2- Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
"Check Our New Specials"All need now thru May. $190 (orig 312)) + placing the ad. Change called In alter
Amenities Available sec/utll. 2nd fir, els to UF, pool, morel THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated.
2 br 1 ba Close to
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED spacious apt. campus,
3348593. 10-19-5-5 for
of
run length time
may any
Roommates Available law school October free. 464 a month.
We're NO.1REGENCV Call 375-0466, after 5 pm or leave mes- and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
Need nonsmoker for own room In large Corrections must be made in at
person
OAKS sage. 10165.4 townhouse; a/c, pool, wash/drydep + lyr Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON

3230 SW 378-5766 Archer Road Oakbrook Walk-F to share 2bdr/2ba, fully ties.lease 3324333.reqd, no pets 10.17.3.5, $160/mo + 1/4/ utili for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.

COUNTRY GARDENS furnished, equipped kit., own wash/dry.
Available 12-90. Must lease! $215mo.Call .
373-4500 LAKEWOOD need n/s m/f/ for own bdbain
3359234. 10-24-10-4
2001 SW 16th Street 3bd/3ba w/sec. system $232/mo + 1/3/
Utll. Call 3359599. 10-19.5.5
12-14-76-2
lookl! House for rent. 2 or 3 Ig. bdrm/1 Ig. FOR SALE FOR SALE
bth. Large yard wdeck.. Close 2 campus
SPACIOUSONE & mall. Pet ok $495/mth. Call 3767652. 6 FOR SALE CANNONDA.LE 53cm, Shimano 105
BEDROOM APT. 2400 BD MODEM $98
10175.4 bar 3.0 frame
ONLY $273/MO. comp, aero + original,
LYONS APT TYPESETTER. Varityper 5410. 2 Disk WORD PERFECT $135 excel cond. trip computer. All for 550
1 bdrm, furnished apt. In Pine Rush. Bik- obo. 336-7654 336-1472 leave
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters. or mess.
12-14-76-2 ing distance from UF. $200/mo./ lease Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 CALL ELITE 335-1300. 10154.8 -

(orig. $279) 2 1/2 mo. lease and has yr*. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. 11-1-33-6
A/C. Must lease. Call 334.8748 or Ive CUSTOM COMPUTERS
Good machine for small
LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI $250 type shop. System
moves you in. Close to UF and Shands. mlg. 10-17-4-4 Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 6 font 286-12 w/1 meg ram, graphics monitor,
3761248. 10-30-20-2 disk*. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at -&PRODIGY, 40 meg hard drive, 1 yr on-ite $925 others -

5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE 373-9926 for more Info. InleracUeMaai Senx-. avail. 332-8333. 10-26-15-6

ALOHA GARDEN APTS. Have a New
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Mountain Blke-Schwlnn Sierra 18
Year week Vacation at Daytona Beach on VILLAGE Available at ELITE today. 335-1300.
usl 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 10- Roommate available brand are all at our New Location! Car (peed*. All component by Exage. Excellent '
19-13-2 Stereo Specialists! 321S NW 13 St. 372- 10-26-10-6 condition. Asking $300., 1-591-
Reserve room for fall.
your _
2070. 12-14-76-6 2932 Ben. 10-16-5-8
Bus service to UF and SFCC
ONE MONTH FREE Furn unlurn. RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants -
Studio and one bedroom or $175-$250 MZ per Apple He computer, printer, modem, toft- for your dorm or apartment. We BIKESI Cannondale criterium w/

from $235 Walk to UF. College roommate/month. Realtor 3750207.Prop Mgmt.Inc. ware. 1988 Tomo Golden Bullet-good deliver! Ray' Rug 535 SW 4th Ave. Shlmano $350. Mas! pro Italian bike w/
Park Properties 371-7777 10.31.23-2 10-19-24-5 condition. Call Lee 336-1289 Leave message. 3775265. 6 block E. of campus. 10- campagnolo. Both race ready & In perfect
10153.8 16-21-6 condition 334-9533. 10-16-5-6

ONE MONTH FREE or security system. N/S F to rent rm/bth In 2
own at
Villager West, central air, quiet Greenwich Green. $233 mo. story+ 1/3 apt utilities IBM PS/2/ model 30, fish tank(55( gal l),.
lamps VCR, beta, stereo, comics, TV, zimc
cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street
Call 335-3110. 10-15-20-5 "
from 16th Ave. 371-7777 dorm fridge, (urn., & much more. 335- THEATRES There Is A Difference!

103123.2 LIBERAl m/f roommate wanted to 1982 for Infa.: 10-23-9-6 OAKS MALL 10 DAILY TWI-UTE SHOW
share 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2 00 SlMkno bri Hn 4 30 S pm
OAKS MALI 6309 HI WBIBRY Lim
ROAD
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk
to
mile to UF, $150/mo 1/2 utll. 372-
UF. 2br/lba. $175 College 5590. 10-19-15-5 Stand Above the Crowd OAKSft EAST OAKS 4 WIST

Park Properties 371.7777 I 331-8818 INSIDE OAKS M UWWH 11 ADJACENT TO MALI I
10-31-23-2 Own room In GREENWICH GREEN. Alligator Advertising Ji-aiiB INOMSH.M*

Free cable & water, $2l6/mo/ 1/3 util. HUMTM/MACK sweat(K)
2 quiet 2 bd 2nd floor apts, porches, storage Call Karen or Chris at 338.0077.. 10-15- IIG, <1446 Tisjy.0.4 740, i, ,, HENRY AND JUNE (NCI 7)

cent H/A d/w, fan, SW/Villas; 55Oak 1 00. '"aawaaur1111: 1 1:30: ((4:30 TLS 9 $$3.00)), 7:45,10:30MOUtMUOMM
$375, water Incl); 373-0701. 1010.102 ..OMMMOMUKM

ForestOwn Rooml! Female, Only ..l.JiJ.N(II) GOOD FELLAS (R)
Duplex apt for rent, 1br Ir kit, bath 195mo.+1/3util. Large furnished apt.-un- F 14s 4 30 TLS "'00)) 1:00: ((4:15TLS.: ".00)), 7:15,10:10: :

ac/heat/ 3 blocks from UF, 1 bl off Unlv furn. bedroom. 3bd/2ba great atmo- J II 1 1f iOO) MR. DESTINY (PG-11)) -

Ave. $250 monthly plus security A frame phere. Avail. Now 336-8032. 10-15-5-5 I ) 1:15: ((4:45: TlS > 13.00)), BOO: 10:20111aa1r :
also, call 3381839. 10-15-5-2 7 so 0'so
Aeo4T MOM MMMMT W ra.ee OOUTCM
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Mature person wanted to share 2bd/2ba s ZO wortee too t to zo FANTASIA (C)
BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS, newly re- condo In SW area, close to UF. W/D/ It 2:00: ((5.00 TLS 9 (3.00)), 7:30:
. 1.11 ((4 U TLS. MOO), 7.10, 10.10
- finished.1 br walk to UF last College
one, pool, *ec.system. $285/mo + utll. Call
Park Properties 371-7777 evening 373-4503 or 335-4731. 10-22'
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SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE AUTOS

DVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: BUNK BED FOR SALE GOOD SHAPE RACING BIKE: 14spd Shimano components RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem. 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door
Harman Kardon Autotek JBL, Toshiba, CALL 336.9546. Aluminum frame. Complete w// accessories nanii for your dorm or apartment We locks, seats, windows, a/c, am/fm tape,
runch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 10-1526 $400 firm. Call 336.1806 & deliverl! Ray'i Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377. auto, wht ext/blue In!. Exc cond must
|25 NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 1214766 leave message 10-17-56 5265 8 blocks E of campus 119206 sell best offer 334-5053. 10.I 9.,I9
Like new MICROWAVE, medium size,
Avantl! $65 or best offer. Call 332.4932 WHITE DRESSER AND SHELF UNIT Air conditioner.Sears Kenmore 5000 BTU Mazda RX7 tan, 1984 leather int" 70K
DISCOUNT HI-FI leave message 10195.6 GOLD TRIM-$100. NIGHT TABLE15. window unit $120. Call Steve 375.7267 or ml. strong & fast new tires 5 speed
722 S. Main *The Red Bldg. 3347767 101646 392.0921 ext. 22. 10.16.2-6 $5900 obo 374.9590 ask lor Max. excel.
WE ARE CHEAPER EMG-SA pickup system for electric guitar condo 101910.9
Includes fat switch, cost 200.00 new, BICYCLES UNDER $50 Zenith SS 286 coprocessor, 40mB HD,
|2.I 4788AR perfect condition, only 100.00, call 378- All are 10 speed race style warranted by ext. floppy, 2400 Baud modem, mouse, 1983 Dodge Mirada 81 k miles, all luxury,
3287. 10.15+1 6 bike mechanic Panasonic 1180, $2000. Thomas 335. all power.Cold a/c,new tires auto Great
ALARMS Installed remote control Alex 336.1972. 101746 5751 101756 shape. $1900 obo. 371.7726 after 5pm.
kny car truck or van fully guaranteed will Moving sale.couch and matching chair In 10.15.5-9
emo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes good condition and clean for only $80. Cyclepro 12speed city bike Brand new 9
Lage. 1019386 Call 3783374. 10.15-1-8 mo. ago Exc. Cond Just tuned up Call Jon 7 REAL ESTATEHome 1985 Oldsmobile, Calais, 2dr, pw, ps, ac,
378.0588 Leave mess $130. 101856 am/fm/ call., tint, cruise control, exc.
for sale? Land for sale? Buyers condo Asking $4500, neg. Call Leo 371
FOR TODAY'S PREMED Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Market? Don t let an opportunity to sell 7865 after 6pm leav. mess 10.15.5.9
Detectors, Infinity, Saneul, Sony, your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds -
STUDENT A PREMIER Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. offer you the cheapest way to 88 RX7 SE47K, sunroof, s/c/ tint,
We Beat All Prices 3733754. 121476 keep your real estate In the public eye Potenza RE-71 tires, garaged, cover, ex.
OPPORTUNITY: 6 Where else can you Keep your property In cellent $11,000 obo. Call 376-7542. 10
the market for as little as four dollars a 19.8-9
AIR FORCE ROTC. PERSONA halloween costumes, Reserve day? To make It even easier! you can
early, get the best, Extended hours Oct place your ad over the phone; all you Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew
1731 108pm Sun. 21428, 12.6p. Sun need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call clutch, tires, starter 84k miles a/c/ ,
Center 372.0455. 101646 373.FIND today to place your ad. am/fm/ asking only $1600 or best offer call
3345290. 10.16-5.9
You've taken the challengeof
.. Sterling silver Gator rings Unique design Rockwood Villas condo 2/2 for sale
a premed major.Someday- very detailed. $18 each, Call 371 88'Honda CRX HF,white w/ blue interior,
medical school And ultimately,you 3634. 10.195.6MICROCENTER by owner. 3351982. 32,000ml, speed, new front tires, great
want to extend your reach Into the highest 102397Get gas mileage, very dependable, please
Computers 376.1146 call 371.9886. 10198.9
of the medical field.
achievements Editors choice A Hewlett Packard your real estate license Tu & Th
Air Force ROTC brings It all closer. You may be Northgate M/C Prices lower than evenings 6.10 pm 818 W Univ Ave 1985 PONTIAC FIERO excellent running
eligible for twoand three-year scholarships that will mailorder Systems below Include 1mb, Starts Oct. 23 371 2767 Florida Center condition; great gas mileage; speed;
provide full college tuition and most textbook laboratoryand 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor. for Real Estate Education 10-23-8.7 new rubber & brakes; ONLY 1900; Call
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX $1086, 3326731 101659
Incidental fees.When you graduate,you can receive Northgate 38620$2499.. Leading Edge 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED
additional scholarship assistance In medical school. 366sx laptop w/40 MB hd & battery 68 VW wrecked but drivable, fresh motor
Start now. Call $1 995. 1 & 2 year warranties Onsite war- REPAIR less than 500 miles, strong running, $850
ranties Panasonic 1180 printer $185. Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery obo, call Michael @375.6852 leave message .
CAPT BARRY WILLIAMS HP Laser Jet lip $987 3743 W. University available 4236 SW 35 Terrace, 101539
392.1355 Av. 1214526 across from Alley Katz 336.3825. 1031
1976 Chevy van w/130OOO miles Runs
37.8 good; body not so good. Still has many

!ft E=: = t::... ....85 YAMAHA RZ.3SO**.*, miles left Fort McCoy 1 2362161. 1017.5.9 .
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=-=- W/Racing kit VERY FASTI!
: ;1Leadership t MUST SELLI! $1250 080 1981 I Dodge Omni! speed, rebuilt carb &
6 COSTUMES ...Call Ray 335.9312 Iv msoeeeAUTOS
trans, very dependable, good mpg, runsgreat
Excellence Starts Here 1636W. Univ 375-6462 Asking $975. Call John 3779050Iv
9 mell. 10.19-7-9

Need money, have to sell my baby. Red 77 Buick Skylark. Auto, PS, PB. new
76 Fiat convertible. Excellent condition, tires, engine rebuilt 2 yrs ago, runs very
awesome stereo system $2500 obo. well. $695. Call 371.7014, student 10

Join A Homecoming TraditionBy Call 374-9575. 10155.9 1539

1982 CAMARO / New paint / super 1974 Cougar XR7 runs good looks good,
Putting Your clean Interior / Alpine stereo / rebuilt 2 new tires, new camshaft, liters oil
trans A must reel $3500 obo. Call pump, Black. $600 call karl 378.9268.
HOMECOMING 335-2202 leave message 101739 10 16-49Classifieds.

200SX black 5-lpeed.
1986 NISSAN .
tinted windows, a/c,cruse control power
MESSAGESin windows, loaded. Very nice. $5300 Call Continued on next page.
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Published October 19, 1990.


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1 1 October 11th and continuing through October .
1-------------------------------- 19th, a circus riddle will be placed in
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free opening night tickets to the Clyde
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AUTOS SERVICES SERVICES TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTED


1988 Buick Century Ell Wag. Auto, **** LET'S PARTY BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS ...RESUMES*** ... NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top
am/lm, beige/brown/ ut, velour Int. 1 Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ Complete writing & development ser Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pair
owner-exe cond. Asking $5200, call 332- service all mu.lcallormall. 12-14-42- vices. Resume House 371-8148. 12-14- Only InD. 1-800-468-8699. 11730.13
5012. 10-16-4-9 11 1233 NW 10th Ave. 76-12
A national full service brokerage firm la
Camaro 1982 deep blue FREE* 372.1684MCVISAInsurance Typing/Wordprocessing/ WordPerfect looking for hard-working motivated people
Auto / air / windows tinted Pregnancy Test Free Pregnancy Test 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates, to work in their Palm Beach Gardens
Great condition Gainesville Women's Member dependable, personal service. Tara 332- office. Call Mr. Deiter 1-800-821-9494.
Call 372-6217 (Ant machine) HEALTH CENTER National Abortion Federation 1469. 12-14-76-12 1041.13
10-15-3 720 NW 23rd Avenue 121453.11
377-5055 Typing ** Typsettlng ** Resumes INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED, CIA US
1986 NISSAN 200SX, a/c, S-tpeed, ABORTION (To 24 Wks) STUDY material Florida Teacher Certifl-' From $1.50 pa 917 NW 13 St. Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. List-
power window, cruise control, black, BIRTH CONTROL cation Exam *FTCE* Only $26.95 Sendcheckmoney WCS, Inc: 373.9822 Ings. ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. K-9486.
tinted windows, 1 owner, extra nice
103121.13
Gynecology Services / order to: Teachers Support 12-14-76-12
$5300 Call 1-473-2951 10-18-5-9
12-14-75-11 Services Box 2585 Apopka, FL 32704 ph
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ENTREPENEUR TYPE "A" PERSONALITY
4078898469. 112.20.11TYPING
TyplngALaser Typesetting**
Brand new 89 Diahatau Charade 35 miles ? EARN UP TO 4000.
SCOLLEGE MONEY Private scholar- resumes reports letters etc.
per gallon, must tell to pay lor school, Gain management experience on-cam-
shipal College Scholarship Locators pob 378-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave.
5-tpeed ac, radio-cast. Call Shawn 1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881, 800-879- Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 pus.
373-3005 Ev... 10-15-29 7485. 12-14-75-11 Set your own hours. Earn from $2,000-
12 SERVICES $4,000 during this semester. Call
1985 Ford LTD Wagon. Excellent condition BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI I CS 13 HELP WANTEDCIRCULATION Now 800-950-8472 Ext. 25
) Loaded runs great. NICE CAR. Military tear gas & personal protectionInfo. Typing reports business legal A 10-17-2-13
Will tell at loan value-$2350. Call 332- Keycham unit or home canl.terS17.95 resumes cassell..tran.crlbed applications ROUTE DRIVER for The
3690. 10.18.59Porsche each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok, ,letters notary *"C. Available Independent Florida Alligator. Must own PART-TIME CHRISTIAN EDUCATOR
Viaa/MC phone orders) Sent immediately 24 hours/7 days3722777. 12-14-76- reliable van or pick-up truck and be available 19hrs/wk $6/hr./ Application deadline Oct.
944-Blaupunkt-optiont-new ) Sallle Cain, Action Seminars,8141 12 'from 5 a.m until II a.m. Monday 15. Send resume or apply In person to:
tires-brakes-eng. Fast A beautiful, $60k Parkloreat, Baton Rouge LA 7081 or call through Friday. Must have excellent drivIng Grace Presbyterian Church C/o Christian
look lor only $12,995., 332-7550 alter 504-751-0495 MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full record and valid Florida'driver li Education Coordinator Search Committee -
3pm. 10-19-5-9 ft self service computing. Open until cense. Pay per route plus mileage. 3146 NW 13th St. Gainesville FL
Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional 10pm school nights. Typing starts @ Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West 32609. Job description available at
BMW 3201-automatic-great stereo-sun- care in peaceful surroundings. 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Self service University Avenue. Ask for the route church office, 3765654. 10-15-5-13
roof-new tires-brakea-englne. Looks Daily turnout grooming and TLC. 462- resumes $2.50/hr/ 15page. Laser driver application. No calls, please. Affirmative
good-runt good-$4995. 332-7550 after 5127. 11-2-40-11 typeset graphics spell check theses Action/Equal/ Opportunity Em- OVERSEAS JOBS Summer, Yr. round.
3pm. 10.111.5.11ORANGE papers special characters employment ployer. All Countries, All fields Free Info Write
SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS FOR COL. databases mailmerge training. UC, P.O. Box 52-FL02 Corona Del Mar,
AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW LEGE Are available! Millions go unclaimed WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 12-14. AVON 375-8967 CA 92625 10.18.8-13
RATES, low payments, last drive- yearly. 1-800-334-3881 52-12 Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
thru service se habla Espanol 377-2277 11-19-50-11 Benefits Insurance. 12-14-76-13 Jobs in USA and overseas. All occupations -
377-CARS. WE CARE. 10-18-10-9 Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality dependable Don't limit yourself those few
Personal Protection, tear gas pocket service. Reasonable rates. companies recruit on campus. Jump
Paying $75 to volunteers
qualified to
10 WANTEDLocal sized, 1395. Great gift LCM 2841 A Laser printer. 377-8175 900pm.: 12- In par. start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters -
ticipate
new drug study for the treat-
Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. 14-76-12 today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W.
33408. 10-31-26-11 ment of |Jock Itch (fungus of groin), call Palm Ave. Placenpla Ca. 92670. 11-21-
Artitt needs: GOLD Gems, Class 331-5379. 12-12-63-13 50.13
Put it In writing. Fast accurate, reliable.
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie't Fine
3739243. *Associate Tutoring* Masters in English will correct spellingand I
Jewelry 12-14-76-10
English Math, Humanities, etc.., edit. Transcribing.! 3731937. 10-29-
TOP DOLLAR FOR Auburn and Akron If you need help Call 3357748. 10-23- 30-12
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
football coupons' Call 334-9022, eve- 10-11_ Term Papers Typeset Resumes

nmgt 10-17-5-10 Will watch your children In my SW home, Business Legal Personal Etc. by Trude Michel Jaffe

NEED AUBURN TIX. Have 2 Growl & 2 weekdays, while you go to school or G'vllle Handicapped Typing
homecoming game ticket, Willing to work. I am a mother of one. Call 373- YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179 ACROSS 5 Disparaging 38 School year 50 Golfer's -
make trade and/or pay $$. Call 336-9413 7380. 10-17-5-11 12-14-50-12 1 Chemists' remarks part In one
10-17-5-10 I hangouts 6 Remove rind 43 Flying Insect 51 River to the
I I 5 Watering places 7 As well as 44 "Pretty Wash

NEED AUBURN TIX 9 folksinger 8 Pig's home picture" 52 Matures

Call 378-3906 Seeger 9 Discretion 45 Typical 53
10-18-5-10 13 Be next to 10 Nobleman 47 Child's marble 54 Require

14 Slope 11 Ebb for one 48 Sea eagles 56 Eccentric
Need 2 tlx lor Growl and 4 tix lor Home- 15 Marsh bird 12 Cambridge49 Feds 57 Grande
coming Game. PLEASE Call Tracy 332- 16 African river shire "Isle"

5430. 10-16-3-10 17 Street and town ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

musician's 14 Part of GBS
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HOMECOMING & GROWL TIX NEEDED
Instrument 18 monster nnnnn nmnnnns
378.8278L.av. Mesiage. 10-18-5-10
i 19 Eastern state 20 Anguish g M R A N

I NEED 4 AUBURN TIX BADI Call Al- 21 Loafs 23 Actor Martin YEN $ A $
issa 3738362. 22 Moves, like a 24 Dictate nnmnnn
10-16-2-10 river 25 Judicial garb
23 Food fish 28 Watchful M nnnn onnrann

GROWL TIX NEEDED. 25 Bring up 27 Rock star-actor R N
About 15. Call 336-5969 27 Newcomer 28 Stringed q I N1311 FILIQ 0

DESPERATE)10-10-5-10 31 Ancient Instrument I Y 0131E $

This Is 32 With breath 29 Ghoulish nnran nnnnmnrannn

11 SERVICESNW 34 Canadian Indian 30 Leases nnnnnnnn
35 Four-posters 32 Sink
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Mini storage at 1.75 & NW 39th Ave ( 37 Existing 33 Namesakes of Rills 2 W N 1-4
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from NoWayTo 38 Deserve a King HMm
$20 10"%'" disc to students. 332-8917 39 Author Gardner A D m
12-14-76-11 ,\\\ 40 More rational RBE

41 Wit lead-in
Take 10/15/90/ /
Your
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 42 Holding back
Get confidential testing and treatment at
1111 1z
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PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881, Is r
12-14-76-11 roam
LSAT. 48 Millions of
v.'
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,.4 J JIf 47 Greek fabulist
Full/Serv
Mov/Storage/Packing/ 1. 49 Specter

Llc/lns.item/Hse Harry/Bill Full. Days/Eves.374-4791. Long 12-14-76-dls. you've set your sights on law school there's no better LSAT 52 Pertaining to

11 preparation than Stanley H. Kaplan farming

Our LSAT prep will open your eyes with score-raising strategiesand 55 Harmonica
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons techniques. Well help you master everything from Analytical 58 Ship's officer
boarding woodser facilities Reasoning to Reading Comprehension 59 What Is
hay rides parties sales working
Our classes live-and All class and materialis new?
students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080. are lively. our study 60 Loses
12-14-76-11 based on the "new" LSAT. And you can review lessons and get weight
61 Feed the
additional needed In TEST.N-TAPE- lab kitty
help as our open days, 62 --do-well
*SUNBELT MOVING* evenings and weekends for your convenience. 83 Measured

Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. Visit our Center today and see for yourself. amount

1- ItemHouse lull. Local/Lng/ dist. And watch the scales tip In your favor 64 Burden
Lie/Ins. Priced lor Students! Marty 375-

MOVE. 12-14-78-11 STANLEY H. KAPLAN DOWN

AAA STORAGE ft Take Kaplan Or Take Your Chances 1-ofmllk
Close to UF,Convenient and honey
4x4x4 $1 Slmo 2 Rose's lover
4x8x8 WO/mo Classes Forming Now_For The Dec. 1 LSAT 3 Large violin

533 SW 2nd Ave 377-1771 .4 Great bargains'
12-14-76-11 Call 377-0014

Attention StudentsFREE money! U.S. e.MIAa.bplee.Han Spticate: 10/15/90/ /
Grants for scholarships fellowships, Internships 409 SW 2nd Ave i -
residencies, and research
'. grants. Billions ol dollars now available. For other locations call 800-KAP-TEST(

Call. 1003.24 hr. grant 10-18-5-11 hotline 14048805426ext. Stumped? Call 1-9M-8M-2124, Ell 99 95minute.I .




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WANTED HELP WANTEDAttention BUS. PERSONALSBabalous PERSONALSString PERSONALSB


EARN $35This students: Earn money typing NewUsedNew Records saleGamma, Prince, Head, Wil- 4 U buy shoes, racquets, t-shirts, or
from dorm. Up to $500/week/ possible. Tapes & CDs Is now open In Butler son-syn gut $10, other stores $20, At string your racquet, consider the tennis
week for your blood plasma donationwith Amazing recorded message reveals de- Plaza In the Mini-Mall next to EZ Tennis, we don't match priceswe authority in G'villeEZ Tennis 34 St
this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZEDsystem talli. Call 24 noun 1.202.310.3338 dept. Cinema & Drafthouse we give cash b.allh.ml! 10-10-10-15 Plaza. 10-19-10-15
allows you to donate In 1/2 the 1003. 10.15.5.13 for good used tapes & CDs so call
lime) Study while you donate or watch 335.3665 or bring your stuff In. Ask your friends about EZ Tennis. Our At EZ Tennis, our prices are not as goodas
videos Free Parking. Gainesville Donor NEED 20 BUCKS 10-16-10-14 reputation Is based on quality products, other storesthey are better I Our service .
Center. Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378- friendly service at everyday low, low Is not as coolIt's definitely coolerl)
9431 M-Th8-7Frl8-5Sat8-2. 12-14-67- TODAY? 15 PERSONALS prices. 10191015The At EZ Tennis, everybody Is so me-
13 body...Periodlll 3722257. 10-19-10-15
An easy, relaxing way to pick up cashall -
that's required Is a plasma donation. only part of your racquet that touchesthe
INTELLIGENCE JOBS. CIA, US Earn to $120 Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great ball la your strings! So don't settle for NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. Call 1. up with this month. New donors prices-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical less than quality stringing- Tennis. Get .p.claillud.nl discounts on exams
this
805.687.6000 Ext. K-9486. 10-22.21.13 only; ) coupon only. Come in Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 10-19-10-15 and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT.
today Plasma
Alpha Center
block from Ala Gen. 12-14-78-15 HOOD. 3770881. 12-14-76-15
Phone survey work, no sales, part-time 9 19.8.13I SW 1st Street. G'ville 378-9204. 10- For only $30, EZ Tennis has good tennis,
flexible eve. a wkd hours, guar $4.25/hr Natural Foods and Vitamins running, and cross-training shoes for Permanent Hair Removal
+ bonuses. Call or stop by Cherry Communications Blrkenstock Sandals. guys & gals) Good Itl.ctlon..golng Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
I need a tutor for FIN 3408. II ,
Ave Interested Sunflower Health Foods
309 NE 39th 3724026. lastll 10-19-10-15 Info about the PERMANENT removal of
1Q-1B-6-13 please call 3320755. 10.15.3.13BUSINESS 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
unwanted facial & body hair 374-4307.
12-14-78.15 Now that you've make friends at UF & 12.14-711-15
ATTENTION-perfect for students M-F SFCC ways to keep them: dress well,
5:30.g,30: pm phone sales, hourly wages PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get immediate play tennis, don't forget the BMW EZennial STUDENTS GET CASH
plus bonus. Friendly atmosphere. After 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS test results from a reliable source ) 10-19-10-15 For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy's
1pm 3783238. 10-17-3-13_ PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 3721226.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central -
12-14-76-15 ***GET A GRIP( ** City. 12-14-76-15
ATTENTION all campus organizations! terminals & pc's, buy, sell, Call ACTS 378.7105
Need $$$? Participate in a simple 1 week trade, rent ft. repair. Great prices, QUALITY SKYDIVE The Spirit-filled Classifieds. .
en-campus marketing project. Call Jill at CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12- Skydive with The Wllliston Skydivers Campus Ministry .
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PERSONALSBusy PERSONALSALLEY PERSONALSSAVE CONNECTIONSGAY 19 PETS


with HC this week? 3 hr. wash-dry. KATZ Is a bowling center We ON RA YBANSUnlver.lty ? BI? QUESTIONING? Werewolf (for sale Dwarf Bunny supply
fold only $.40 per Ib special price exp. have It all! Pool, video games, and beer. Opticians GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs increasing Just a little too fast? Sell your
Sunday 6pm University Plaza Coin Laundry Open until lam Mon.-Thurs. 12.13.43- Info/Referral/Consultatlon' 12-14-76-18 Furry Friends fast with a classified!
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
& Dry Cleaning 1620 W Univ Ave 15
12-14-76-15 White Maltese 4 month old puppy for sale
3729178. 10-19-5-15 THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave.
$200 Includes carrying box, and accesso-
HALLOWEEN COSTUMES? We have 372-6724. Old esoteric books; astrology
Beer bowling billiards at Alley Katz everything! Rentals for 3 days. Prices FAMILY Serving CHIROPRACTIC UF since 1977 readings, crystals. minerals, & more... fles. Call at 3369042. 1015419BIG
Open until 1am Mon.-Thurs. DO SOME. start at $15. PERSONA Sun Center 372. 10.22.10.1&EYEEXAMS TOP
Most Insurance
accepted
THING DIFFERENT- 1114.2415 0455. 10-15-3-15 What will be the 'mane' cat at the Clyde
2 blocks tom UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.Dr.
Steven contact lenses, eye disease Beatty Circus?
You're the star of the party at Center $ $ USED CD'S $ $ 373-7070 Schargel treatment. 28 years exp. Dr J.
Stage. Costumes, masks make-up ft We buy-sell, and trade used cd's. 121478.15 Beckum optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 20LOST FOUNDFinders
morel 3704 Newberry Road, Royal Park SPIKES CALL'37-SPIKE 10.16.4.15 3761288. 10-31-20-16
Plaza. 1031.1415
T-Shirt Sale! Featuring Nike, Prince, Wilson Keepers?
$2.99 daily sandwich & '16oz drink SPE. Head, Le Coq Sportif, Rubike'...all Calling all BRADY BUNCH fans. I'm look- It you find something, you can place a
Halloween Costumes, masks, make-up CIAL. Unlimited & Dell 1620 W Ing for those following the dorklest familyon
Bagels shirts 30% oft EZ Tennis 3722257. 10- FREE ad in this section. Be kind to someone -
accessories, everything you needl! 10th Unlv Ave (behind Fla Book Store) 376- 19-10-15 TV. If you watch the show secretly or who lost what you found. Call 373-
Annual Gallery of Horror. Center court. 6743. 10-19-5-15' know a Brady drinking game call mary or FIND.
Oaks Mall. Daily I lOam til 9:30 pm. 10- Jeremy 376-4459 ASAP. 10-15-3-16
31-14-15 Alison HAPPY BIRTHDAYII MARDIGRAS LOST: Set of diving fins and booties near

I miss you and love you. Only 92 spaces left! Packages from DO SOMETHING DIFFERENTI! Beer, Murphree Area 10/3. If found please call
Bud the Stud $159. Don't miss this party weekend. bowling billiards at Alley Katz.Open until 377-5141 REWARD offered. 10-15-5-20
II O'Connell 10151.15 377-6369. 10-31-16-15 lam Mon.-Thurs. 11-14-24-16
Breakaway FOUND: Gold bracelet by Turlington Hall
JH Upcoming Events SCHOOLKID'S RECORDS We buy sell on Oct 6. Call 392-2010' to IP 10-15-3-
and trade new & used CD's, LP's andcu.anes. 16 CONNECTIONSCalling 17 NOTICESMeeting
1716' W University Ave. 10- FOUND: Set of Keys found on Oct. 7 In
Fleetwood Mac In Concert- 15-1.15 scheduled? Luncheon planned? Rawllngs lounge. Call Rob at 334.9401 to
BRADY BUNCH tan..I'm look-
October all
17 at 800pm ID. 10153.20
know what's happening by
Ing for those following the dorkiest family Let everyone
Douglas v Holyfleld Closed CircuitTV
Real alligator mounts 5 to 8 feet long placing classified adl
Fight- on TV. If you watch the show secretly or FOUND: pair of black wire framed
October 25 at 8:00: pm $1300 and up 454-3667. know a Brady drinking game call Mary or WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU glasses, near Bertram & Carr Hall 10/5./
e\ Sixties Musical A.vl.wGary 10-19.5.15 Jeremy 376-4458 ASAP 10-15-3-16 WENT BOWLING? It's fun, It's different. Call Mike 392-3661 Iv message. 10.15-
( Lewis and the Playboys, Gary U.S.
Bonds, The Box Tops. The Tokens and ELECTRONICS PLUS 2026 SW 34 St, W/M 6', 170lbs. 20'.. looking for a W/F In Alley Katz open until 1am Mon.-Thurs. FOUND: Women's class ring outside
The Crystals-) November 2 at 8:00: pm phone 3713223. Electronic parts, IC's, 20's to go out with to movie/dinner and CSE library on 10-10. Call to ID: 336-
Dennis Miller LiveNovember Diodes, Transistors project boxes, have some fun. Box 2643 G'vllle 32602. 18 RIDES 1972. 10-16-3-20
4 at 8:00: pm cable. 10-15-5-15 Try It, you might be surprised, 10.19.8-
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TOURNAMENTfrom their doubles championship. Lossfrom scoring return, the first against UF since
page 20 Berger, however, compared the doubles page 20 Kentucky's Phil Logan went 85 yards in
final to a practice session.UF 1989.
teammate was more difficult than playing
| an opponent from another school. assistant coach Jim Tressler was the second half opening kickoff on one They had me two or three times by the
against pleased with how the team, which lackedits bounce at the Vols'9-yard line and raced up arm, but an arm tackle won't bring me
"Yeah, it's a lot harder..to be competing three top singles players Arendt, the right sideline, where he encountered a down," Logan said.
I against someone who's not just a teammate and of UF defenders.
Farley
Danforth wave
played this week- The Volunteers capped their thirdquarter
I but also a friend, Alexander said. end.
UF kicker Ryan Ruland tried unsuccess- scoring outburst with a 22-yard interception -
Alexander lost to fellow Gator Uoyd in "We played really good," Tressler said. fully to arm-tackle Carter at the 30-yard line. return by Reggie Ingram.
the singles competition, but she and Farley "We had some really nice winners in dou- UF's Monty Grow then bounced off the They kept rolling, kept rolling," UF cor-
beat the UF doubles teams of Kuttler and bles. I think (the players) pretty much en- defensive back near midfield, and Carter nerback Richard Fain said. "And we did
Arendt and AlcinI and Berger en route to joyed who they played with." rode a convoy of blockers to a 91-yard nothing to stop them."

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18.: ALLIGATOR MONDAY OCTOBER 15. 1990


I Luck not a part. of the Gators' gameplan; SaturdayKNOXVILLE

-

.-Luck was Cyzyewski's 30-yard field goal. While the Gators were attempt- ond-highest ever at Neyland Sta- scrimmage, before the injury.

nowhere near UF in the first half And, on the last play of the first ing three, sometimes four short dium. Streak, schmeak
of Saturday night's 45-3 loss to half, UF safety Will White Inter- passes before punting, Tennesseewas Florida Field crowds may have Tennessee, which had beaten

Tennessee.In cepted an Andy Kelly aerial at the running a reverse, a halfback slow-and-fast-motion waves, but at UF in the schools' first 10 meet-

the first quarter,James Speer Gators 30-yard line. White ran to- pass,and going for two fourthandone Tennessee where clogging was ings, had seen the Gators win the
caused Tennessee's Dale Carter to ward the middle of the field and cut situations all on its 17-play, born-foot stomping is the norm. last four before Friday night. The

fumble Arden Czyzewski's punt af down the right sideline toward an 79-yard scoring drive in the second A herd of elephants couldn't make Vols'last win over UF came on Oct.

the Volunteers 31-yard line. UF's apparent touchdown. quarter. much more noise 2, 1971 a 20-13 vic-

Brent Ellis had the ball squirt out Somehow, White and UF's God- Later, in the third quarter,Ten than 96,874 people a tory in Gainesville.
of his hands and out of bounds. slamming their feet Tennessee enteredSaturday's
end Von Reeves tooka
frey Myles got tangled up near nessee tight
in unison, as the Ga- contest
Tennessee's 20-yard line, and handoff from Andy Kelly and
tors discovered Sat- with the country'slongest
<< Doyel White fell helplessly to the turf launched a 47-yard scoring pass to urday night. r 1 unbeaten
NOTEBOOK with no time left In the half. flanker Carl Pickens, who had a
TiesSaturday's streak 11-game
Family an
step on UF cornerback Jimmy
Something fishy around here contestwas stretch dating back to
_
The razzlin' and the dazzlin' tak- Spencer. laden with per- last year's 47-30 loss

In the second quarter, Shane ing place Saturday night was That's a lot of sodaA sonal ties on both to Alabama.

Matthews'20-yard pass glanced off dreamed up by normally conserva- foot-stomping sellout crowd of Tennessee and UF. Heeeere's Donny

the hands of normally sure-handed tive Tennessee coach Johnny Ma- 96,874 piled into Neyland Stadiumfor UF coach Steve Among the 97.874

tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick in the jors,not wide-open UF coach Steve Saturday's nationally televised Spurrier grew up in Odom on hand-for the contest -

end zone. UF had to settle for Spurrier. contest. The turnout was the sec- Johnson City, Tenn., were former UF

where he lived until he went to play and Tennessee basketball coachat
.
UF. Gators defensive coordinaDon DeVoe and UF Student Body

Volunteers 45 Gators 3 tor Jim Bates was a three-year President Michael Browne. '
letterman at Tennessee, and DeVoe,who coached the Gators
Scoring by Quarters UF STATISTICS TENNESSEE STATISTICS coached there in 1989. last year was spotted talking with
Tennessee 0 7 28 10 45 All Yds Net TO
Rushing Lg
Tennessee defensive line coach
UF 0 3 0 0 3 Rushing All Yds Not TO Lg Thompson 18 108 103 I 16 UF athletic director Bill Arnspar-
Malone 8 32 29 0 '10 McCroskey 3 24 24 0 17 Rex Norris held that position last ger near the Gators locker room.
SCORING SUMMARY McClendon 5 27 27 0 II Smith 3 24 23 0 18 at UF and Tennessee Athletic
year who does
Ten Amsler I run (Burke kick) Rhett 4 10 10 0 6 Renton 4 22 22 0 15 Browne, a pregame
UF FG Czyzewski 30 McNabb 2 8 8 0 8 Henson 5 19 19 0 8 Director Doug Dickey is a UF grad show for all UFhome games,made
Ten-Carter 91 kickoff return (Burke MOrris 1 0 -1, 0 ., Poles 4 18 18 0 9 who coached the Gators from 1970a special trip to Knoxville.
kick) Fox 2 03 0 Moore 2-3 13 0 l''
Ten=Thompson 13 run (Burke kick) Matthews 8'5.4 0 7 Amsler 4'" 11 I 1 5 78. What? No patsy?
Ten Pickens 47 pass from Reeves Totals 28 90 64 0 II Campbell 1 1 1 0 1 Allin" Odom The Vols buckedthe
(Burke RiCk) Kelly 4' .4 0 1
Ten Ingram 22 Interception return Passing All Cmp Int Yds TO Totals 48 239 228 2 18 UF senior line- usual homecoming -
Burke kick) Matthews 24 '; 1 119 g backer Jerry Odom system by sched-
Ten FG Burke 38 Fox S 3 11 Passing All Cmp Int Yds TO
Ten Renton I run (Burke kick) MOrris 3 0 1 0 0 Kelly 23 11 1 90 0 suffered a sprained uling No. 8 UF, as
Totals 32 I/J/ 5 130 0 Amsler 1 0 0 0 0 ankle in the third opposed to a less chal-
Reeves 1 1 0 47 1OF
Ten Receiving No Yds TO Lg Renton 1 0 0 0 0 quarter Saturday lenging opponent.
First Downs 13 21 Mills 3 25 0 14 Total 2/J/ 12 I 131 1 night and is questionable E n t e r i n g
Rushes-Yards 28.64 48.228 Barber 3 51 0 23 for next week's Ten-
Saturday's
Passing Yards 130 137 McClendon 3 13 0 8 Receiving No Yds TO Lg game,
Camp-Atl-/nt/ 18.32.5 '228Everett 2 10 0 8 Pickens 3 87 1 47 UF-Akron game. nessee had gone 48-
Fumble.-Lost 3-2 2-0 McNabb 2 17 0 '10 Reeves 3 16 0 6PenaltiesYards Odom had four 15-3 (.750)) in its
5-50 2.10 Rhett 2 17 0 10 Harper 2 24 0 13
Time of Possession 27.55 32:05: Kirkpatrick 1 .3 03 Adams 2 1 5 0 14 tackles, including: homecoming con-
Totals 16 130 0 23 Poles 2 15 0 8 one behind tests, including M
Totals 12 137 I 47 Tennessee's line of Kirkpatrick against the Gators.





UF cross country teams win


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team, individual meet titles


"5 Pea

Mykytok.. Velsen won the UF Invitational Saturday-- --01

By CHERYL BOSSEN Mykytok ran his best UF-course Velsen and Frazier ran together

Alligator Writer time ever with 24:39.8: seconds to past the halfway point and then
beat second place Dan Middlemanand Velsen took the lead for the title.

The UF men's and women's third place Chris Wilson. Freshman Marny Westphal

cross country teams won team titles Mykytok has led the Gators in placed sixth with senior Stacey t A

Saturday as they hosted the every meet this season. Watkins placing 13th and fresh- }M
UF Invitational at the UniversityGolf man Breda Gaffney placing 16th to

Course. Mykytok started out with a big round out the team score.

The men's team won its third lead early in the meet and was

meet title in four tries this season never passed as the Gators had a Other Gators- competing In-

with 23 points.Sophomore. strong showing eluded Katie Dear-

sending them into The ing who placed

Mike the Southeastern win sends 19th and Samara
Mykytok won
Conference Cham- Benson who
his second individual title of the
UF the SECchampionship
pionships to be to placed 40th. Jill
season in the 5-mile race. Florida
held on this same Wilkins placed
State placed second with 70 points
course on Oct. 29. 54th, Kesha
followed by Santa Fe Community
Velsen finished on Oct. 29. Balkom placed
College, Florida International Uni-
with a time of 59th and Cheryl
versity and the University of
Miami. 17:42.7: seconds Durkin placed
while teammate senior Wendy 66th.
The women's team won its first Frazier placed second with a time
meet of the season with 38 points. of 17556.: Other Gators men's finisherswere

Sophomore Coralena Velsen won This was the first meet of the Mike LeValle in sixth place

the individual title on the 5,000- season that Frazier did not lead the Pat McDonough in 11th place and

meter course. Gators.The women's team started Ed Raguso in 16th place.

Florida State came in second out as a pack that continued

with 68 points followed by Miami, through the first third of the race CJ. Evans finished 26th, Scott

M Florida International, and Florida before Velsen and Frazier ,broke Freedman 'finished 32nd, Dan NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR
Community College in Jackson- away. Clark finished 55th and Sean Belgrade -
ville. .. finished'63rd. .. UF.men.'* cross country runner Mike Mykytok.won theIndividualtitle
at the UF Invitational.



MONDAY, OCTOBER 15.1990, ALLIGATOR 19 AUF


I defense baffled by Volunteers' open offense I




I Tennessee racked up more than 300 yardsBy a,. s

ALEX MARVEZ Besides opening holes for Thompson,
Alligator Writer Tennessee's offensive line also was able to s.
protect quarterback Andy Kelly throughoutthe
KNOXVILLETenn. For UF's first five
Kelly not sacked
game. was and had
opponents, attempting to find a weakness in plenty of time to operate a shortpassinggame
the Gators defense was a lesson in futility.
completing 11 of 23 passes for 90
But in UPs 45-3 loss to Tennessee Saturday yards.
night, the Volunteers were able to accomplish
two things offensively no other Kelly was not the only Volunteer to have
team has. success throwing against the Gators. Tight
end Von Reeves took a handoff on a reversein
Tennessee proved the Gators do have
the third quarter and connected on a
weaknesses and
defensive they can be ex-
47-yard touchdown to Carl Pickens
pass ,
in almost
ploited every way possible. the
making 28-3.
score
Running. Passing. With ball control and
with razzledazzle.The "We had seen everything on film, exceptfor
Volunteers churned out 365 yards in (that pass)," Fain said. "We just couldn'tdo hrs
total offense, making a shambles out of the the things we needed to stop them." *

Southeastern Conference's leader in rush- The Gators defense, which had allowed
ing and scoring defense. only three touchdowns this season, is not :
"Screen plays, passes, draws they ran totally at fault for all of the Volunteers'
everything," said UF defensive tackle Mi- scoring.

chael Brandon. "I knew we would bend, butI Tennessee touchdown was scored ona

I didn't think we'd break- 91-yard kickoff return on the first play of
When Greg Amsler scored on a 1-yard the second half, and Tennessee linebacker
run in the second quarter, it marked the first Reggie Ingram returned a Brian Fox inter-
rushing touchdown UF had surrenderedthis ception 22 yards for a touchdown. Three

season. Volunteer drives that resulted in 17 points
The slide continued thanks to Tony also began in UF territory as a result of UPs
Thompson,who rushed for a 13-yard touch- offensive turnovers."I .
down in the third quarter to extend the
really don't think we had as much
Volunteers' to 213. who led
Thompson, trouble out there as it looked like," said
the SEC in rushing entering the with
game
Brandon,who blocked two of Kelly's
passes.
505 finished with 103 18
yards, yards on
carries. 'The bad ball position kind of knocked us
off guard.We got down and then things just
UF, which had been surrendering an av- got worse and worse."
erage of 79.4 rushing yards a game, allowed
228 yards against Tennessee. The last run- The Gators have a chance to regroup next
ning back to gain over 100 yards against the week before they face No. 6 Auburn at home
Gators was Georgia's Rodney Hampton Nov. 3. UF will play host to Akron Saturdayand

((121)) in the ninth game of last season. then have an open week.

"I I think (Thompson) is, by far, one of the "We'll bounce back and get ready for UPI) PHOTO
said. "We're to Tennessee running back Roland Poles falls to the ground as Godfrey Myles movesIn
top running backs, said UF defensive back Akron, Brandon going re-
for the tackle. Tennessee's offense rushed for 228 in its 45-3 I
Richard Fain. "He's a slashing-type runner group and put together a good rest of the yards victory over
and he's behind a tremendous front line season." UF.


Turmoil doesn't spoil the Wide open UF attack I




Volunteers' HomecomingArrest shut down by TennesseeBy I



of players was forgotten on the field GREGG DOYEL Volunteers fought each other off what could
have been a routine interception.
Staff Writer
Alligator
running back.
By ALEX MARVEZ "Nothing went right for us in the second
The victory over UF marked Tennessee'sfirst KNOXVILLE,Tenn. -Here's how nasty "
Writer half Matthews said. "It was terrible.
Alligator ,
game since its fourth-quarter collapse things got for the Gators in Saturday's 45-3

KNOXVILLE,Tenn.-The University of Sept. 29 in a 26-26 tie with Auburn. The loss to Tennessee: Matthews wasn't kidding.
Tennessee's 45-3 victory over UF Saturday Volunteers led, 26-9, entering the final pe- Starting quarterback Shane Matthews,

night may not have come at a better time riod, and had a chance to break the tie with ranked 10th in the country in total offense, After staying within 7-3 at halftime, UF *
for a Volunteer squad rocked with troubles 15 seconds left, but Greg Burke missed a accounted for 119 yards against the Volun- gave up a 91-yard kickoff return to open the
both on and off the field. 34-yard field-goal. teers. Coming into the game, Matthews was second half and never challenged.
Three Tennessee players Kacy Rog- Burke's miss angered the staff of The averaging almost 265 yards an outing.
ers, Dewayne Dotson and Keith Jeter student Matthews touted as a Heisman Trophy
Daily Tennessian' the university's Averaging 448 yards a game in offense,
were indefinitely suspended from the team newspaper so much that an editorial was candidate by USA Today, completed 14 of the Gators managed just 194 Saturday and
Friday for the alleged sexual assault of a written two days after the game calling the 24 passes. He was sacked three times for 19 were held to 77 in the second half.
female student. kicker a "bastard."An apology was printedtwo yards in losses.

The student, whose identity has not been days later, but Tennessee players were And it gets worse. UF turned the ball over six times after the
released, said she was assaulted by the reportedly very upset over the comment. Matthews' replacement, Brian Fox, had intermission, and had seven turnovers over

three players early Friday morning in Gibbs After defeating UF,though,most Tennessee his first two attempts intercepted, the sec- all.
Hall, the university's athletic dormitory. players were only concerned with put- ond by Tennessee linebacker Reggie In-
Campus police are investigating the inci- ting the Auburn game in the past. gram for a 22-yard touchdown. For good "You've got to protect the quarterback,
dent and are receiving assistance from the measure Fox later had a long pass pickedoff throw good passes and catch the catchable
Knoxville city police. No civil or criminal "I feel great," said back-up tight end Von by free safety Dale Carter for a hat trick. balls to win games,"Spurrier said. Tonight,

charges have yet been filed, and the inci- Reeves, who threw a 47-yard touchdownpass in the Fox's line? Two for five 11 yards. Three we didn't do any of the three."
to Carl Pickens on a reverse
dent is being reviewed by the university as interceptions.It .
a possible violation of its conduct code. third quarter. "It was hard on us last weekin doesn't get worse but it does verge on UF's ravaged offensive line allowed four v
Rodgers was the Volunteers starting de- the tie with Auburn. We had to prove ridiculous. sacks and four other tackles behind the line

fensive end and was replaced by Chris Mimsin something. 'fox's replacement, two-year starter Kyle as a quartet of Tennessee linemen made
Saturday's game. Tennessee Coach Johnny Majors also Morris,fumbled away his first snap on UPs themselves nice and comfy in the Gators'

Ironically Mims will go before a student was pleased with his team's performance."I'm 23-yard line, setting up Tennessee's final backfield."I .
tribunal next week for allegedly punching extremely proud of our football touchdown. Morris later entered his name
another student Sept. 28 thus breakinga team," Majors said. "They displayed the in the interception derby in the fourth quar- and the offensive line definitely take .
student conduct code. ultimate effort.They overcame some adversity the blame tonight senior guard Chris ..
Dotson was the Volunteers'second-string the last couple! of days that took some ter.In fact, Morris would have been intercepted Bromley said."It was awful. Everything that

middle linebacker,,andjeter was a reserve Attention away from the game." ,J., .. two plays earlier, but three greedy could have happened, did.:

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SPORTSWomen's




tennis tournamentmore

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like a practice for UFBy ,


with wrist injuries this season, twice to force a tiebreaker and win
DEBRA SARI LINN
Writer played in place of Holly Danforth, the match, 3-6, 6-4,7-6.
Alligator seeded second in the singles com- The excitement and cheeringfor

At first glance, this weekend's petition. Danforth, ranked No. 20 this semifinal doubles match,
Gator Fall Classic looked more like in the nation, had to drop out of which pitted the football cheers of
an afternoon practice than an inter- competition to go home this week- Miami fans against the encourage-
collegiate tennis tournament. end on family business. ment of UF fans, seemed to over-
shadow the singles final being
Although the tournament fea- played two courts away.
tured teams from several

schools, UF's purple and green Arendt, who has been In that match, Dawn Martinof I
shirts cluttered the courts at Tennessee defeated Laura
Scott Linder Stadium as the UF struggling with wrist injuries Kimel of Georgia, 6-1, 6-4, for

women's team played six in- played in placeof the jingles championship.Two .
trasquad matches. UF players, Kuttler and

DanforthAfter Lloyd, lost in the semifinals of ,
One of those matches in- the singles competition. Kuttler

cluded the doubles final be- lost to Martin, 1-6, 46, and
tween the UF teams of Amy Alcini beating teammates Holly Lloyd lost to Kimel 3-6,6-1, 5-7
and Louthian in the
and Andrea Berger and Jillian Al- Lloyd Kay
third round 7-5 6-4 Alcini and
,
exander and Andrea Farley. Alex- The singles consolation finals
faced the ofMiami's
ander and Farley, seeded first in Berger University for first-round losers were can- .
Marietta and
Verbruggen
the third-annual tournament, won celed.
Paula Iverson, seeded second, in
6-3,6-3. The tournament's intra-team
the semifinals.
Alexander and Farley reachedthe competition drew mixed reactions
finals by beating teammates Alcini and Berger came back, from UF players. Alexander, a ju-
after the first set 3-6 to win
Erika Kuttler and Nicole Arendt, losing nior, thought playing against a
the second set 6-4. Then, down 3-5 J.S. SULLIVAN
6-0, 6-2 in the semifinals. in the third set, Alcini and Berger UF women's tennis player Holly Lloyd made it to the semifinals of

Arendt,who has been struggling broke the Miami team's serve see Tournament, page 17 singles competition before losing to Laura Kimel of Georgia.

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. "Tennessee poundsBy UF, ends unbeaten streakGuilty

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GREGG DOYEL 44-0 loss to Georgia in 1982. parties included a trio of game. And it happened in less than 13
"We were thoroughly beaten in UF quarterbacks who threw five The Gators even helped Tennessee minutes.
Staff Writer
Alligator every phase of the game," UF interceptions, receivers who hold UF without a touchdown.On After a close first half, Tennessee -
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. With its coach Steve Spurrier said. "We dropped passes and a defensive the final play of the first half, exploded in UF's face for 28
postseason hopes dashed by the can't put the blame on any one front that couldn't get to Tennessee UF free safety Will White Inter- third-quarter points. The victim-
NCAA, UF was forced to restruc- group. It was a total breakdown quarterback Andy Kelly. cepted an Andy Kelly pass on the ized Gators gave up touchdownsin
ture its goals for the 1990 football tonight." Meanwhile, Volunteers tailback Gators 30-yard line. White ran toward every conceivable fashion.
season. After pinning its entire seasonon and Southeastern Conference midfield,cut to the right side- Kickoff return. Interception re-
Hopes for a national champion- a shot at a national champion rushing leader Tony Thompsonmade line and raced toward the turn. And, of course, a touchdown
ship replaced the Southeastern ship, UF ((5-1)) now has to refocusits a shambles of UFs vaunted Volunteers' end zone.
Conference crown on the Gators' goals for a third time. rushing defense. The 5-foot-7 se- Somehow,White tripped and fell pass.Only this pass was thrown by
wish list. And remaining options may be nior ran for 103 yards against a helplessly to the turf as the clockran tight end Von Reeves. Reeves con-
The idea was to give the team blurry for UF. defense that had allowed under 80 out. nected with Carl Pickens, who
new direction and something to "Our seniors have never beaten rushing yards a game, a figure that And then there was tight end beat UF cornerback Jimmy Spencer -
play for. the Auburns and the Georgias, so was sixth in the country. Kirk Kirkpatrick, who dropped a for 47 yards and a 28-3 Ten-
But that also ended Saturday. we still have plenty to play for," UF tailback Errict Rhett, who pass on his fingertips in the end nessee lead.Bookending.
Tennessee ((4-0-2)) squashedUF's quarterback Shane Matthews said. had gained more than 100 yards in zone. His drop led to a 30-yard field the barrage were
hopes of a bowl-free national "We can still go 101." each of his last two games and was goal by Arden Czyzewski, UF's two plays that lowlighted UF's
championship Saturday night be- Unless UF functions like it did second to Thompson in the SEC only points of the game. problems on a night chock-full of
fore a nationally televised ESPN in Saturday's debacle. Tennessee rushing race, was held to 10 yardson The nationally televised battle difficulties.
audience and 96,874 at Neyland outnumbered the Gators in every four carries. The Gators rushedfor that was supposed to cement UFs Tennessee's Dale Carter caughtsee
Stadium, thumping the Gators 45- category but two turnovers and 64 yards, less than half their boast as a legitimate power instead
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I UF volleyball team easily knocks off Alabama



Gators improve to 7-11 despite Southeastern Conference loss to Auburn on the road FridayGators

to play catch up..The Gators! had been in that position! UF" volleyball team.. -As far as the Gators were concerned
.... By HUGH HENCKEN before as most of it their 11 losses have begunthe Alabama 1 was in the.rihta: at the right time.:
Alligator Writer
exact same way. The Gators are now 7-11 r- "It's more fun when you know you are going
The UF volleyball team, fired up with the return of its on the season. to win," Legall said. "It was good for us to
psychedelic uniforms,promptly destroyed Alabama Sunday. UF coach Marilyn McReavy noted the ; experience a match like,this., We needed it
UF quickly closed out Alabama in three straight games Gators' need for a good start. .1it badly."
15-2, 15-2 and 1510. "We battled well, but starting behind in Legall led the Gators with an accumulated 19
.f The Crimson Tide, in their second year of volleyball aftera three of the four games really hurt us," McR .. kills in the short match, three of which rocketedoff
eavy said.Junior Crimson Tide players' faces. Offensively,
nine-year hiatus, were defeated by a more experienced ;
Steffi led"the Gators
Legall against
Legall was nearly unstoppable.
Gators team.Alabama's roster includes five freshmen, seven
sophomores and one senior. Alabama, 1-2 in the Southeastern Auburn with 19 kills and 26 digs. Legall re- Sunday's match starts the longest home stand
Conference and 10-14 overall, showed its inexperience ceived help from junior Kristen Guetzkow, this season for the Gators. UF will play its next
Sunday. who had 13 kills against the Tigers. The lossto .. i two home games against Baylor Oct. 18 and
Auburn was the fifth in a row for the Gators. Legall
Mississippi Oct. 19 in the Florida Gym.
The Gators came into the Alabama match after a hard-
= fought loss at Auburn on Friday. UF played well but lost in But despite the loss, UF rebounded easily :S unQay after- The Gators also will play host to a doubleheader in the
noon with the victory against Alabama.
four close games 15-7,11-15,15-12 and 15-12. O'Connell Center Oct,.21., when'UF faces. Mississippi. State.
Auburn took early leads in the games and forced the The victory over Alabama was an Importan t tone for the. and North Carolina:', '. '


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