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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 37 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17,1990




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Alligator ROBERT Writer COLVILL local parkBy


Three-fourths of the city's planning com
mittees said in a survey presented to the MATTHEW SAUER
Gainesville City Commission Monday that Alligator Writer

their student advisers should have the rightto Police combed the 57-acre Biven's Arm Nature
vote on community issues. Park and surrounding woodland Tuesday for clues
Two commissioners who make up the City that could help solve the seven-week mystery of
Personnel Committee will review the survey who murdered five local college students.
and recommend whether the city should go Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton de-
along with the consensus, City' Commissioner scribed the process as an article search sparked by
Tom McKnew said Tuesday.The commission some recent Task Force investigations. I
will make a final decision on the "We're looking for objects connected to one or s
voting issue Nov. 5. ."j ah f more of the crime scenes," Clifton said. "We have j
McKnew said he expects the commissionto 1 k a specific list of items, and we know some suspector
approve student voting on those commit 011ct subject frequented this location."
tees that supported it in the survey."It Clifton would not name a specific suspect or give
r t i any indication of whether the case was close to
is our tention to go with everyone who
solved but he said the Task Force's investigations
agreed with it," he said. being
had reached a "higher degree of activity" i
Commissioners also will examine why recently, leading to the woodland search.
some committees decided against student 10, "Solving this case is not something that's goingto I
voting, McKnew said. sY happen overnight," he said. "Every night we
He said some committees, such as the prevent this individual from striking, through our I
Airport Authority,can't allow students to vote increased patrol presence, is an accomplishment." I
because they are bound by state laws. -"VNATALEE Clifton said the search produced several items i
Other committees said they are against that appeared valuable to the investigation,but said
student voting because of students' poor Florida Department of Law Enforcement crime lab r
attendance, McKnew said. experts will determine their significance. I
City Commissioners also appointed 18 UF "We found a number of things that,on face value,
students Monday to positions on various city have potential value to the case," he said.
boards, such as the Economic Development k A group of 40 searchers comprised of Florida
Committee and the Green Space Committee. National Guard, local police and Sheriffs deputies,
Those appointments will give students more FDLE officers and volunteer parole officers
input into the city's decision-making process, tramped through leaves and grass at the 3650 S.
industrial engineering senior Nelson Miranda Main St. park, looking for clues to tie one or more
said Tuesday."We of the possible suspects to the murders.
need to get the word around that National guardsmen, wearing camouflage and
students can have a say ((in the city's decisions using metal detectors and staffs,prodded the thick
)," he said. undergrowth and located "four or five points of I
+ interest," said guardsman LL Mark Hunter.
e
UF economics senior David Damon was
Hunter member of the 153rd Engineering
...- a
one of those students appointed. -
WATERS-ALLIGATOR Company in Lake City, volunteered along with his
"This provides a means where studentscan A National Guardsman searches Bivens Arms Nature Park and the fellow guardsmen to help search the wooded area \
have a greater influence on activities in of into the
surrounding woodlands Tuesday as part the investigation
Gainesville, and it will look quite good on a murders of five local college students. The park is near the Intersectionof
resume," he said. see Search, page 9 ,I
South Main Street and Southwest Williston Road.
Alligator Staff Writer Dan Evans contrib-
uted to this report.
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I Reporting necessary to prevent sexual harP assment :>I


come sexual advances, requestsfor duct of a sexual nature...It consti- Affirmative Action Office is in formal charges, Hart said. Usually
,By DEBBIE CENZIPER sexual favors or offensive com- tutes a form of sex discriminationand charge of all formal harassment students would rather talk to coun-
Alligator Staff Writer said she has receivedno selors or administrators instead of
ments are considered harassmentand is a form of employee miscon- complaints,
On the first day of class a few must be reported to be cor- duct which undermines the integrity formal complaints from stu- complaining, she said.
years ago, a former UF instructor rected, Meek said. Unnecessary of the University." dents so far this semester.On "It is a power play," Hart said.
asked all female students with touching and unwanted proposi- Subtle, but uncomfortable, situations average,Hart said,about two "But that's why we are here, to
large breasts to sit in the front row. tions also are blatant forms of harassment such as an anatomy professor formal complaints are made each remove that feeling of helplessness. -
Students may not realize that she said. showing textbook illustrationsof semester. Once a charge has been ."
snide and often overlooked com- "It certainly appears to still be a naked males, but using Pent made and an investigation has Jaquelyn Resnick,a UF Counsel-
ments about gender are a form of problem, and students are reluc- house photos of women is gender been conducted, punishment can ing Center psychologist,said when
sexual harassment and a breach of tant to admit incidents of sexual discrimination and a violation of be anything from a reprimand to students are victimized, they feel j,
both UF and Florida law, said Stu- harassment," Meek said. "Many UF policy, she said. And students termination, depending on the se- powerless, fearful and guilty "
dent Services Associate Dean Phyl- women feel this is part of what they must be encouraged to report verity of the case, she said. Thoughts that no one would take ,
lis Meek. have to put up with." these incidents, she said. Sexual harassment is a sensitive them seriously or that they some: 'I p

Any intimidating or hostile work By UF policy definition, sexual Minority Affairs Assistant Vice issue and sometimes students see Survey, page 9 ,
vironments, Including unwel- harassment is "unwelcome con- President Jacquelyn Hart, whose don't want to get involved with :\
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I want to tell you: The Gay and ger's suite at Shands Hospital. Stu. Help): An Engineering-in-Train- ASTHMASTUDYWe

Lesbian Student Union meets tonight dents are invited to discuss the ad- ing review session is tonight at 7:20: looking for subjects with chronic asthma, daily
at 7:30: at the Institute of Black ministration's level of commitmentto in Weil Hall Room 334. Call Fatima are
continuous use of medications. Subjects will
Culture on West University Avenue. women's services a UF. Call 373- 372-8328. symptoms or
Everyone is welcome, and the group 3332. She's a woman: The Society of be required to take study medication on a 'daily basis and

will discuss AIDS awareness and She's leaving home: The Trans- Women Engineers meets tonight at record information daily on a diary card. There will be

safer sex. Call the Gay Switchboardat fer Activities Council meets tonightat 6:30: in Weil Hall Room 279. Call Pam weekly clinic visits ((1-3 hours) for 13 weeks, Monday -

3320700.For 7 in Reitz Union Room 334. Call at 37 -7105. Friday.
no one: The American Mar- 376-1757. Give peace a chance: The UF
keting Association's next meeting is Instant karma: Alpha Productions United Nations meets tonight at 6:30: Non-smoking 18-65 year olds,
canceled this week, and the next a student public relations firm, in Reitz Union Room 357. Call Bharatat males and sterile females

meeting will be Oct. 24. Call Shan- meets tonight at 5 in Weimer Hall 336-4206. No other medical conditionsCall
non at 3752702.A Room 1076. Call Jeanne at 3732351or Twist and shout: Join the Reitz
day In the life: Everyone Is wel- Kevin at 335-1985. Union Aerobics Club and attend any
come to a discussion on life after Watching the wheels:Team FlorIda of the numerous aerobics classes of 392-9086. If no answer, please leave a message on the

death by the Baha'i Association tonight Bicycle Racing Club meets tonight fered. Sign up now in Reitz Union answering machine.

at 5 in Reitz Union Room 15OB. at 8:30: in a Reitz Union room Room 330. Call 392-1655.

Call 373-9640. that will be posted in the elevators.Call Power to the people:Join Project
Yellow submarine: The UF Sail 373-3308. 99 for a community study night in
Club meets tonight at 8:30: in Little Tomorrow never knows: Gaines- Turlington Hall Rooms L005 and
Hall Room 125. Call Roger at 377- ville Right to Life will show the video L007 tonight at 730.: Call Dave at
1774. "Eclipse of Reason" at noon today at 377-8875.
Revolution: The College Democrats 921 NW 13th Street Otto Gerry will Paperback writer: The School UF was notified on October 3 it was
meet tonight at 8 in the Buck- lead a discussion of late-term abortions Board of Alachua County is hostingan
man Hall lounge. A Lawton following the film. Call Lois at "Open to the Public" Textbook allocated 6524 free doses of

Chiles/Buddy MacKay video will be 3787824.We Give-Away today through Thursday Measles-Mumps Rubella vaccineby
shown. Call Chris at 334-6690. can work It out: A resum 94 at the Textbook Warehouse 716
Hard day's night: The Benton En- preparation workshop will be held NW 10th St. Call Marci Buchanan at the Federal Government.These .
gineering Council will finish its tonight at 5:30: in 328 Well Hall as 336-2860.

Homecoming float immediately after part of the Society of Black Student And your bird can sing:The Black

Thursday night's meeting at 7:30: in Engineers' meeting. Call 392-7969. Student Union is looking for individuals limited free doses will be availableto
Weil Hall Room 270. Call 392-0994. Junior's farm: The Wildlife Society to participate in a talent
Maxwell's silver hammer:The In- meets tonight at 7 in Newins show. Tryouts will be Oct 23 in CSE UF students at a special immunizationclinic

stitute of Industrial Engineers meets Ziegler Hall Room 112. Room E222. Call Tony at 334-7921 or in the basement of the Florida
tonight in Weil Hall Room 273. Call Hey Jude: The UF Judo Club Ros at 3347911.The .
3920907.She meets every Monday and Wednes- word: The AIDS Peer Educa- Gym. Sponsored by HRS.October .
said, she said: The Women day night at 6 in the Women's Gym. tors are looking for volunteers to
Students' Healthcare Task Force Call Lori at 336-9452 or Kevin at 336- educate students about AIDS. Call

meets tonight at 5 In Dr. Ken Fin- 8159. 392-1161, ext. 281. 29-November 2

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'90 HomecomingBy



ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI sun, most were waiting until sun
down to turn empty trailers and
Alligator Writer piles of wood into their interpretation

Sounds of hammers and saws of the Homecoming theme
"
awake "We Oughta Be In Pictures.
may keep some students
this week as construction of Members of Sigma Nu said they
Homecoming 1990 floats and planned to work from 8 p.m. to 2
house decorations began Monday a.m. every night this week.
at UF fraternity
night some
Float construction takes a lot of
houses.
time because it's not as simple as

While several fraternities were
see Floats, page 7
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Students disregard

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used in weight-control remedies,
BETH REDFORD
alertness or stay-awake tablets,
AMY K. WILES
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technicians Steve Campbell, left, and Howard Bunch help set up the O'Connell As Century Tower chimes at 8 cold products and diuretics. '
Center stage Tuesday morning for the Fleetwood Mac concert tonight. on a Monday morning, a UF student Caffeine affects everyone differ
subconsciously guides himself ently. It is a relatively mild drug i I
to a Coke machine, drops in for most people but does cause
No Fleetwood Mac fifty cents, grabs a can of instant severe problems in some. Students
opener energy, flips the tab and gulps it do not realize headaches,
down. Now,he can endure 50 minutes drowsiness, runny noses, ner-
of biology. vousness, mental depression, irri-
should start concert on timeProcrastinators UF faces a new drug problem, tability and stomach problems can
as students, adapting to the rigor be related to caffeine. They con-
ous schedule of college life, become tinue to use large amounts of caffeine
who assume Mateu said."We've been assured Hume Hall or O'Connell Center addicted to caffeine, health which only adds to the
concerts always start late will they'll start on time. If they're lots.Parking also will be availablein officials say."Students. problem, Auth said.
miss most of tonight's FleetwoodMac late, it will be 15 minutes at Fleming Field north of the think they need caffeine Smokers have the highest tolerance
Homecoming performanceif most." stadium. in order to stay awake to for caffeine because the
they are not there by 8 p.m., Student Nighttime Auxiliary About 2,000 tickets still are study. Therefore, they become effects of caffeine are suppressedby
the show's producers say. Patrol will transport students available from Ticketmaster out- overly dependent on the drug," cigarettes. The effect of caffeine
"The band doesn't have an anywhere on campus beginningat lets, Mateu said. said Joanne B. Auth, a UF health is retarded in smokers by 50
opening act, so the concert will 9 p.m., Mateu said. SNAP educator. percent, and smokers tend to use
start with Fleetwood Mac exactlyat buses will pick up students at Tickets are$11.50 for students UF student Leslie Cain drinks largeramounts than nonsmokers.
,eight," Student Government Gate One. and $20.50 for general public. eight Cokes a day,and she has no "Smokers run into a problem
Productions Chairman Raul Concertgoers may park in the -PATRICIA LEE intentions of quitting her habit. when they try to quit because the
She does not feel she is an addictor caffeine rebounds on them,"Auth
think her caffeine consumptionis said. 'They experience an extra-
a health risk. strong effect from the caffeine
Smoke glue pollute indoor airBy "It is the only thing that I can which probably scares them."
drink during the day that will keep Recent studies indicate that coffee

to all of us," Spengler said. are among those of which the body my energy level up and keep me contributes to diseases including
SHARON W.HARWELLAlligator Pollution is present in homes as cannot rid itself. The particles set awake through class," Cain said. coronary heart disease, high
Writer well as businesses. According to tle in the organs of the body and According to an article by Dr. blood pressure, bladder cancer,
Sick Building Syndrome, a term Spengler, poor ventilation is re- can eventually contribute to the Jose Llinas,a Gainesville resident, pancreas cancer and colon cancer.
applied to eye irritation, headache, sponsible for 50 percent of the complaints development of disease. caffeine is one of the most widely But some students aren't worried."I .
fatigue, irritability,nosebleeds and about Sick Building Spengler considers the issue of consumed mind-altering agents in don't really pay attention to
other symptoms, when they result Syndrome. The rest are attributedto indoor air pollution important be- our society, primarily because of the studies," junior Mary Beth
from contaminated buildings, can contaminants such as cigarette cause it concerns the health of the its stimulating properties. Forrester said."When I want a cup I
be caused by such common itemsas .smoke, carpet glue and solvents U.S. population, the increasing elderly Single, large doses of the drug of coffee, I drink a cup of coffee.
mold and cosmetics, a Harvard and unknown causes. population, current construCt cause anxiety,variety of physical When I want a diet Coke, I drinka
University professor said.. Sometimes the complaints arise tion practices and the number of symptoms and elevated pulse and diet Coke. I don't think about
Such indoor air pollution was the from general discomfort. Other personal injury suits filed. blood pressure in healthy people. the long-term effects." t

topic of a lecture by Dr.John Daniel times, illness actually occurs. Some companies, Spengler said, Caffeine is easily abused be- Curing a caffeine addiction is
Spengler Monday night at the UF "I've seen buildings where up to concerned about the problemand cause it is found in a variety of not easy and must be done grad
Health Center. 60 percent of the occupants are are are working to combat it,some- items. Many soft drinks and foods, ually,Auth said. UF does not have
including gelatins, puddings, extensive counseling for caffeine
Spengler's presentation, titled"A affected, Spengler said. times out of social responsibility,
chocolate and soft candies, contain addiction,because it is a relativelynew
Public Health Perspective on In- Sick Building Syndrome can sometimes out of fear of liability.
door Air Pollution," was cosponsored have serious effects, including can caffeine. addiction to society.Auth recommends
by Environmental Science & cer and respiratory problems like Spengler hopes that solutionswill The No.1 caffeine abuse at UF a weaning period.
Engineering, Inc. and the UF Envi- asthma, bronchitis and emphy- come from this self-regulation, is diet Coke,"Auth said."It seemsto "When making coffee, start
ronmental Sciences Department: sema,when exposure is long-term. but he also stressed the importanceof be an incredibly popular beverage mixing half decaffeinated and half
Spengler, a professor of environ- These illnesses occur despite thebody's the strong laws and health codes especially among women regular," Auth said. "When buy-
mental health science, addressed a built-in defense mecha- imposed by the government,whichhe who. don't want to gain weight." ing coffee in a restaurant, ask
lecture room packed with studentsand nisms, which Spengler calls "the feels play a legitimate role in According to the Food and them for a cup with half decaffein-
environmental engineers. He garbage collectors of our lungs." solving the problem."We Drug Administration's National ated and half regular. This way
focused on the causes and hazardsof These defense mechanisms will continue to hear a lot Center for Drugs and Biologics, you can still enjoy the flavor thatis
indoor air pollution. sometimes can prevent invasion of about it until solutions start work- caffeine is an Ingredient in more often a little bit better with the

"The topic of)jndoor air pollution ,.bodyby.t .contaminants, but: ing their way through educational than 1,000 nonprescription and regular coffee but still decrease" ,
is Interesting because it is so_real particles from asbestos and glass institutions," he said. prescription drugs. Often it is your consumption of caffeine.


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Thornburgh have said the bill would be vetoed despite made major changes in the bill in a futile effort to
intense negotiations and sponsors'efforts to meet ad- meet administration objections.The .
ministration and business fears that it would lead to compromise bill expressly provides that noth-
hiring and promotions quotas. ing in the legislation should be interpreted to even Delta
Several senators said President Bush would like to "encourage" adoption of quotas; declares that statistical Omicron Kappapresents
sign the bill but is being pressured by Thornburghand imbalance in the work force does not by itself
top White House officials to veto the measure. constitute discrimination;and limits punitive damagesto ,
The legislation would reverse or modify six Su- $150,000 or the amount of compensatory damages."We .
preme Court decisions handed down in 1988 and 1989 have repeatedly modified this legislation in
and four other decisions that date back to 1985 involv- an attempt to meet the concerns of the administration Gator Shadow '90
ing awards and lawyer fees job-discrimination cases. ," said Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass. "So far,
The measure also expands the historic 1964 Civil however, the attorney general continues to recommend
Rights Act by allowing victims of intentional discrimi- a veto." A chance for freshman and sophomore students to

become aquainted with faculty, staff,and leaders of UP

calls for banMIAMI and the Gainesville community. Each participant will
. Greenpeace garbage burning I have the opportunity to spend a few hours

one-on-one with their sponsor. This year's sponsors
(UPI) -Greenpeace environmental activ- The incinerators in Miami and Pinellas Park are
include: Deans of Colleges, University officials SG
ists in Dade and Pinellas counties scaled 150-foot among the largest in the country, said Mitchell,who
leaders, students in graduate and
incinerator smokestacks Tuesday and unfurled ban- called the demonstration a "peaceful, non-profit protest programs many
ners calling for a statewide ban on garbage burning. against the use of incinerators that pump thou- others.
The five climbers in Pinellas Park and four othersin sands of pounds of mercury into the environmenteach
Miami climbed the stacks along catwalks and year." Applications are available outside the ODK office
ladders at about 2:30: a.m., said Jeanne Whalen, a More than 40 percent of Florida's surface waters ((3108 JWRU), or call Kim Smith at 335-7428 for more
Greenpeace spokeswoman. yield fish whose mercury content surpasses federal information. Applications must be returned by 4.30; ,
"Incineration is an international problem,"Whalen safety limits, according to Greenpeace.The Friday, October 19 1990.
said. "We chose one day in Florida to highlight the two Greenpeace target sites are among 11 in
problem in this state. But we want a national and operation in Florida, Greenpeace officials said.
eventually an international ban on waste incinera- In Pinellas County, the protesters draped 50-foot
tion." vertical banners from stacks at the Resources Recov-
The protesters in Pinellas County plan to remainon ery Facility that read,"Don't Bum Florida,"and The
the stack until Wednesday afternoon, said Green- Mercury is Rising." +
peace spokesman John Mitchell. Juliet Brenegar of Activists at the Dade County Resources Recovery
Greenpeace in Miami was unsure how long the Dade plant in Miami posted identical signs, along with
County climbers would remain at the site. another banner that read,"Save the 'Glades. Ban the
The protesters had enough food and provisions for Burn.
several days, Mitchell said. The principle source of mercury in Florida today
Greg Tita, a spokesman for Pinellas County Sher- is garbage incineration," said John Liebman, toxics
iffs Office, said authorities will not attempt to bring campaigner for Greenpeace.
the protesters down."We'll just wait until they come Pollution control devices are ineffective in captur- Some people havea
down, then they'll probably be arrested and charged ing mercury and about half the mercury emitted
with trespassing." settles within 60 miles of the stacks, "while the rest lot to about
Officials in Miami said they,too,would wait for the can travel hundreds of miles," he said. say
protesters to come down voluntarily.


. Jurors denied transcript of 2 Live Crew concert I the Alligator

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FORT LAUDERDALE (UPI) -The judge hearingthe for attorneys representing band leader Luther Camp
obscenity trial of rap group 2 Live Crew refused bell, Mark Ross and Christopher Wongwon, who are R
Tuesday to allow prosecutors to give jurors a tran- charged with giving an obscene performance, a mis- (l
script of the band's controversial concert, saying it demeanor offense. If convicted, each would face a Y A- Writing columns for the
could unduly influence the jury's perception of the maximum penalty of a year in jail and a $1,000 fine. k
performance. Johnson also dealt prosecutors a blow when she Alligator was a piece of
Courtroom spectators were asked for proof of age refused to allow information about an earlier concertto cake. We had Nixon in theWhite
at the door and no one under 18 was allowed to hear be presented.On House, and each day
prosecutors' digitally enhanced recording of the Mi- the night in question, the band gave an earlier Provided wonderful
a new
ami group's June performance at Club Futura in concert for fans under 18 that did not contain the ,
Hollywood.The graphic language or simulated sex acts of the later Carl Hlaasen atrocity. It was,a splendid
50-minute tape, made by undercover sheriffs performance. Columnist opportunity a columnistto
deputies, was played while Broward County Judge Assistant State Attorney Leslie Robson said Camp- The Miami Herald learn the value of con-
June Johnson followed along, reading the govern- bell's caution to the first audience that he could not ,
ridicule and satire.
ment's transcript as the music blared from two large perform the"X-rated"version showed he intended to tempt, ,
speakers. perform an obscene concert later. It also gave me a pile of newspaper clippingsthat
Prosecutors wanted to distribute the transcript to The defense argued the first concert was irrelevant continue to scare the hell out of editors
jurors to help them understand the largely unintelli- because the band members were only charged with years later. .y
gible tape of the concert, held two days after songs what was said during the second concert.
from the group's album, "As Nasty As They WannaBe Before listening to the tape, Johnson was told a
," were ruled obscene by a federal judge. school class and other young people wanted to watch
Johnson said the,transcript could distort the j jury's the proceedings,prompting the judge to order bailiffsto fc'.pMJnl.flofifealligator
perception of the concert because it contained added ask for identification from anyone who looked
information, including descriptions of what was hap younger than 18. ,
pening on the stage."I "If they're not ((18)), they will be turned away," the
do believe this would detract from the jury's judge said.Johnson. Student employment and training opportunities are
ability to judge the performance as a whole,"she said. sat expressionless while prosecutors available in advertising, business, production,
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SHARON W.HARWELLAlligator WCJB's reporter Barbara Johnson, On'Sept. 12, the Judicial Confer- r
Writer who was present at Humphrey's ence,a national group of policysetting -
hearing. "People only notice themat judges,voted to lift the ban on
News photographers crammed first and then forget about cameras in federal courts. Starting
into the courtroom press area, them." next July, two federal appeals
grappling for the best angle to geta But others say there is opposi- courts and six district courts will
shot of the disheveled man. Re- tion to courtroom cameras. open their doors to broadcasterson 0
porters, unable to hear over the "People against it say cameras an experimental basis.
commotion, congregated around will damage the right to a fair trial," Alexander is confident that
_ satellite trucks outside the court- explained Bill Chamberlin, direc- when other researchers study the
house to listen. tor of UFs Brechner Center for effects of cameras in courtrooms,
Inside, scarred and unkempt 19- .Freedom of Information. the findings will be similar to her
year-old Edward Humphrey,a pos- The fear is that cameras will own that cameras do not dis-
sible suspect in the murders of five disrupt courtroom proceedingsand rupt proceedings. s
Gainesville students, was the cen- intimidate trial participants.There There is no reason to think that f
ter of attention. also is concern that the Alachua County murder trials are
Reporters crowded the room try- media manipulates public knowl- o atypical," she said.
ing to catch any muffled words he edge and opinion, perhaps givingthe In conducting her own research,
might utter. Photographers 'attempted public the idea that suspectsare Alexander spent one year, begin-
to keep the noise of the guilty before they've been ning January 1989,observing crimInal i i
clicking cameras at a minimum to tried. trials in Florida's Eighth
avoid being asked to leave. Later, Chamberlin believes such fears Judicial Circuit, headquartered in
Humphrey's grandmother would are unfounded. His view is that Gainesville. She focused on broad-
say the press prematurely con- cameras actually act as a control to cast coverage of the trials.
victed her grandson, who had not ensure the appropriate executionof Alexander observed only murder
been charged in the killings, with justice by "keeping the trial par trials, which she says tend to
pictures and stories which de- ticipants on their toes." draw more media attention. Such .
picted him as the murderer. His beliefs are supported by re- highly-publicized trials have since the Hauptmann trial, five WCJB cameraman: broadcasterswho
The scene in the Brevard County cent research that shows cameras brought criticism against broadcasters states and the District of Columbia want to cover court proceed-
courtroom on Sept. 6 is the kind do'not interfere with the judicial throughout history.For have not yet lifted bans on camerasin ings are not permitted to be dis-
that raises questions about process. The research, which fo- example, the 1935 trial of the courtroom. But based on her ruptive. In fact, courtroom rules
whether cameras in the courtroom cused on Florida criminal trials in Bruno Richard Hauptmann, accused research, Alexander concludesthat sometimes make it difficult for the
interfere with a person's right to a 1989,was conducted by Dr. Sherry of the kidnap and murder of broadcast journalists follow press to report the news as aggressively
fair trial. Most reporters say that Alexander for her UF doctoral dis- the Lindbergh baby, resulted in a courtroom guidelines closely,with and accurately as it would
cameras cause no problems."I've sertation. ban on courtroom cameras. In that few exceptions, and they do not like.
never seen cameras or re- Her findings come amid major trial,reporters were accused of cre- disrupt the judicial process.
porters to be a big disruption,"said changes in federal courtroom rules ating a carnival atmosphere.
see Cameras, 8
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sit down take out your notebook and pen and settle in for
the usual 50-minute{} lecture.While you wait for your pro-

fessor to arrive you turn to The Alligator's editorial page ? a a //
and begin to read.

While you're waiting for your class to begin we have a
question for you to answer and think about: When you
open your notebook and start to take notes will you be lis-
tening to the lecture of a woman or a man?

Chances answered that be ItUl l11 N VH :
are you you'll taking notes IJ'I'"t>ljjJj'Getting \
from a lecture given by a man. That's because only one in
five UF professors are women.

And more importantly to those professors are the num-
ber who have tenure less than 50 percent of all female
in UF is of cakeIt
faculty have tenure compared to the 70 percent of all no piece

male faculty.
is a miracle that I am attending the University of
Tenure to a professor is like a long-term contract to an Florida. Am I exaggerating? Yes but I am also being 0- Mark Raines
athlete. It gives the instructors job security and assures realistic.As LIFE GOES ON
them they will have an environment where they can pur- a high school junior in a small Mississippi town )
sue intellectual goals without tough restrictions. I began taking the ACT and proceeded to send my understand that UF does not need to solicit students
to UF time. I received information.I .
scores every no .
from out-of-state and prefers to enroll in state students.But .
for instructors
Many reasons are given women being I wrote to UF to let them know that my family had I was and am a Florida resident. The fact that
looked over for tenure including that many women leave kept our Florida residency through the military and my father is in the military, and we were stationed in
the system before they're eligible for the award. Less that we had kept a house in-state as a rental. I had another state should not have penalized me.I .
than one in 10 of UF's instructors are tenured women. always planned on attending UF. I have talked to several military families who have

But the tenure problem starts at the root the pool of We finally received an application after sending my had the same type of problems with this university.
ACT scores three times and writing two letters. The Even when we moved back to Florida this past summer
professors which is anything but evenly divided betweenmen application arrived two days before it was due back in it was still not easy to receive information over
and women. UF needs to find a way to get more Gainesville. My father had it notarized to prove state the phone or through the mail.
women to enter the field of higher education. residency and I sent it out the following day. Several When my mother and I attended transfer orienta-
UF Vice Provost Gene Hemp said administrators al- weeks later I received notification that my applicationhad tion we were amazed at how easy and helpful the
been turned down because it late.
was whole orientation and pre-registration process was. It
ready aggressively recruit female doctoral students. We called UF to report the circumstances behindmy seemed that the easiest way to receive assistance from
Maybe the administration could combine that with other application being late. The woman said that sinceit UF was to actually come to campus.So .
recruiting techniques that target women as undergradu- was their fault they would have accepted it back, in the tradition of The Alligator, I am going to
except for one thing. By changing high schools I had give my own version of Darts and Laurels.
ates.Another missed a half credit of social studies. She was tellingme LAUREL to UF for having such an effective transfer
way administrators could help is to encourage this in the middle of the second semester of my orientation during the summer to help transfer stu-
UF's women faculty, letting them know the administration senior year so there was no way I could make up the dents make a smooth transition.
supports them in their efforts to get tenure. half credit. I was taking several "bull" classes and if LAUREL to the UF woman who talked to us about
I had been notified earlier I could have taken another
my application. She was friendly and helpful.
Almost in the UF hierarchy from professorsto very
everyone social studies. Instead I would have
to apply as a
That is more than I can say for the other UF employeeswe
top-level administrators such as UF President John transfer student.
spoke to over the phone.
Lombardi, realizes a problem exists with the number of When we came to visit UF during the summer of DART to UF for not providing better assistance to
women faculty and the percentage who are tenured. We'd 1989 we were given a tour of the campus and showna military dependents who are Florida residents living
like to encourage administrators and Lombardi to keep film about UF. We told the man showing the film out.pf-state and for making it so hard to receive information
his promise to look into this problem and actively seek so- all the trouble that had occurred when I applied the through the mail and over the phone.
lutions.A first time. He told us my letters were probably not Something has to be done to correct this problem.
even opened because they had an out-of-state return When looking into Florida State University I did not
change won't happen overnight, but it will happen if address.I have these correspondence problems.
administrators and professors work together to make the I am sorry but I do not understand that. I I.do Mark Raines is a telecommunications junior.

gender of UF's faculty proportionate to society. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


HIV+ group still forward for support, particularlywhen identities.
alligator' there is such a societal stigma Students who are HIV+and want
Editor accepting membersEditor associated with this disease. We to learn more about the group can
Judy A. Plunkett : We would like to thank all want students to know that we still contact us by calling Student Men-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor those who called for information are accepting group members. We tal Health at 392-1171 and leavinga
assure students that no records are first name. One of us will return
Reslier about the
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline anonymous, confidential kept within the university
support group for students who are ing their participation and concern-studentsmay your call promptly.
Letters Policy HIV that we are offering through Griffin
even Wayne
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be Student Mental Health. use pseudonyms during
typed. double-spiced and signed, They should Include a typed name, address and telephone the group. Highest among our Lewis
number. Name will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. If you have any questions call We know it is difficult for stu- goals is to provide supportive servo Linda
the editorial page editor at 3784458. dents infected with HIV to come ices while protecting students' Co-leaden. HIV+ Support CroupAWGATO
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FLOATSfrom "It's kind of a social thing-with S s
page 3 doughnuts and milk only,"Stewart

said.Fisher
stuffing paper into chicken wire, said Sigma Nu membersand
said Jason Fisher, a Sigma Nu pledges, along with membersof
pledge. the Sigma Kappa sorority, will
"Getting everything to work is pitch in to finish the float.
the best part," Fisher said. "We make it a big party,"Fisher

While the floats are not easy to said.However, the party isn't cheap. vP- %
make, it's not all hard work, said Fraternities can spend between
Pete Stewart, another Sigma Nu $300 and $1500 on the building
member. materials.
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Some fraternities choose not to
E build a float to save time and
money, said Tau Epsilon Phi memo
r ,xC ber Steve Woolf.
Woolf and a handful of other
TEP members were busy Tuesday
beginning their float. 4 t4L.E.

Woolf, who worked on last
year's float too, said all the time
and money was worth it, even r
though he missed the parade be-
cause he was so tired.
"As it I had B ;
pulled away, a good I
feeling," Woolf said. The skeleton structure of Sigma Nu's float sits outside the fraternity house Tuesday.

IE BASKOW Fraternities get bonus satisfac. "You don't want to leave your whose is
Kasper -
fraternity a
UF freshman Rich Rollo, right, tion for their efforts if they win the float unguarded," Stewart said. national, professional, co-ed architecture "It's definitely not going to fall
and zoology junior Mario Fernandez Homecoming-float competition.Some Social fraternities aren't the "
only organization said extra over, said Kasper, who said thefraternity's
work on lawn decorations at I
fraternities have who take the float
ones
even competi-
pressure is on his teammates to float will be a re-cre-
the Alpha Tau Omega house members stay up all night to watch tion seriously. build a good float because many ation of Groman's Chinese Theatrein
Tuesday. for vandals. Alpha Rho Chi member Erik are architecture students. Hollywood.




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SEARCHfrom quented the park. two at the Hawaiian Village apart-
1 "If the Task Force didn't thinkwe ment of possible suspect Edward
THREE AND page
FOUR
YEAR had the chance to find some- L Humphrey and one at Gator-
SCHOLARSHIPSNAVYMARINE for anything that could relate to thing out here, they wouldn't have wood Apartments,where two of the
one of the suspects. called us in," he said. murdered students were discov-
CORPS ROTC "We're looking for stuff that Clifton said police are Investigating ered. Task Force spokesman Sgt.
shouldn't be here in the woods," a recent multiple-murder case. Dick Gerard said officers discov-
Hunter said. "We found some interesting in Louisiana, as well as five or six ered nothing of value at either
Eligibility: Freshman or Sophomore student in
a items but
nothing that other leads throughout the country search.
technical degree program; must have one semesterof
could be described as a but would
weapon per not give specifics Police started Tuesday's searchat
calculus completed, be interested in the Navy'sNuclear se.Anything we find we're pointingout about how close the Task Force 9 a.m. and finished about 3 p.m.,
Power Officer Program or be a minority to criminologists on the scene." may be to an arrest. Gerard said. The park remained
student black
( or hispanic).
Hunter called the woodland "We've never indicated we havea open the entire time investigators
Value: full tuition, lab expenses, textbooks, search a longshot but said investigators suspect in custody," he said. continued their search, although
uniforms, incidental expenses and $100 tax-free suspect one or more of the Last month, police searched visitors were kept away from areas
each month of the academic year. persons tied to the murders fre- three retention ponds for clues being scrutinized.


CALL 392-0973, VAN FLEET HALL SURVEYfrom formation is shared with either a "hostile environment" issues and

. friend or a person they already outlining complete complaint procedures
page 1 know," Sandeen said. "Some stu- were ideas advised by the

how caused the harassment could dents don't want to take action, but task force. These recommendations -
prevent them from seeking help, they do want to get it off their were added to UPs policy.
she said. chests." "We needed to make sure that

"They might feel, well, 'Why In the spring of 1989, a sexual not only was our policy legally correct
would someone say that to me, or harassment survey was distributedto but we were continuing to do
& why would someone do that to both men and women to find out all the education efforts,"
me,'" Resnick said.If how much UF students really knew Mamarchev said.

that's the case, students will about the issue. The survey, the UF prints brochures on the problem
feel isolated and angry, she said. results of which haven't been tallied holds new faculty seminarsand
But by finding help, they may be yet, was UFs first systematic has increased the number of
able to sort through their emotions investigation on the subject in educational and training programsfor
and come up with ways to handle about eight years, said Student Affairs graduate students who work in
Wt wmwrD 25 Buds. the problem, she said. Associate Vice President the field, she said.
Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt Helen Mamarchev.A Sexual harassment complaintscan

Sandeen said it's important for task force, created to review be brought against anyone in
industrial/progressive/ upstairs UF to make students feel they can UF's harassment policy, recom- a supervisory role and then di-
rap soul reggae downstairs come to administrators or counselors mended UF's policy be made rected to UF's Affirmative Action
for advice or a listening ear. stricter and more specific. Preserving Office. All cases are completely
PYSCHEDELIC 1 THUPs : free buds all nite "Usually I think this kind of in- confidentiality, addressing the confidential.


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Aviation Exp. Req. College Degree Not Req.
you couldn't afford Positions Available in FL & Nationwide
FREE ORIENTATION
Friday Oct. 19th 1 1:00 pm or 7.:00 pm
an IBM. PS/2.! Holiday Inn Ocala

3621 W. Silver Springs Blvd
Seating li Limited For Reservation Call 24hr
538-8730

The IBM PS/2 Loan for Learning Air Traffic Education CenterCoupon
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$1649.oo reach Why settle for less lust

or$30.00 Month Estimated [ ] because cash Is tight?

Payment 1st year Never before has an IBM PS/2/ been CrusherWe

for an IBM PS/2 Model 30 286 so affordable for University students

80286 RAM accept anybody's pizza coupons......
Processor OMB staff faculty & administration. Stop
Here's How It Works!
1.44 Disk drive 30 MB Hard Disk by the Campus Shop & Bookstore

VGA Color Monitor o and ask about the specially priced

IBM PS/2 Mouse IBM DOS 4.01 "IBM Academic Solutions
For Carry-Out Coupon: For Delivery Coupons:
Microsoft Windows" 30 /. R trlv'1.5. t \ Bundles".
1 1. We accept and match II 1 1. We will accept anybody
anybody carryout coupon delivery pizza coupon price
price for a carryout order, lor a delivery order,
9 Other Specially Priced Systems to Choose, From! I
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carryout coupon when Good at Campus delivery coupon to driver
picking< up the order. Locations Only when pizza "n delivered
Campus Shop 4 Bookstore

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3732 Newberry Road 373-2337 367-3317

371-6326 2102 SW 13th St. 123 N.W. 23rd Ave.

TIM offer le avaHable" only to qualified students,faculty Half and Institutions that purchase IBM Selected Academic Solutions through participating campua locator
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FOR RENT: UNFURN.WALK ROOMMATESStudent
RENT: : a Classifications O How to place a

TO UF, 2BR efficiency with separate looking lor reliable roommate.
1 .
FURNISHEDHousing ..
entrances, shared bath ft kitchen $135/mo + 1/2 utll. 4th Ave between 11th .: : .' ,.:: '.' '. ," .: 'r..:. classified ad:
Incl. tome utilities, $275 KEY MANAGE. A 12th Streeti. Call Patrick 3380788. : .
:' :.1 ;. For'Rent Furnished
Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop 10-17-8-5 :; ..:; *: .
MENT 372-3060. 10-19-4-2 .
all util! paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, .:": 2 For i.Unfurnished )' In Person:
.
parking laundry! $210 per mo., C.L.O. Pets welcome-no lee. Beautiful terra Female to there 3 bedroom home In ; : Cash, check, MC or VISA.

117, NW 15th St. 377-4269. 12-14-62-1 cotta tile floor. College View Apartments quiet N.E wish/dry, cent heat/a.e. 3 $ Mobile Homes ; The Alligator Office
3717777. 10-22-5-2 Safe/secure small ok. Fenced
pet yard.
Free wtrbed or dorm fridge when you rent 155p/m 377-7609 1017.45 For Rent/Sata/ 1105 W. University Ave.

lurn studio apt lor Now 8 Dec. $290/mo 2 bedrooms lor rent In house 'for quiet n/s 4 / M-F6am 4pm

utl Inc + $150 dep. Close to UF 377. students, bike to UF. Fenced yard no a/c Neo-Prlmitive to share home by West- Sublease House/Apt. Main BookstoreHub

5535. 10-17-5-1 $150 rent, $150 deposit, 1/3 util. f 378- age. Fireplace, no air, poor heat, lolt, 5-r Roommate .. Customer Service Desk
3371. 10-17-2-2 wooded lot. $100 mo. Own room. Tim "" '
N-F8am-4:30
Furnished 1 bedroom apt, close to cam 392-88521.av. menage. 10-18-5-5 s 1 For Sate'---. : pm

pus. All amenities $400/mo. Call collect 4bd/2ba apartment, W/D/ cent ac, 5 bike : Real Estate :: Reltz Union, Cashier's Office
14072905880. 10-19-5-1 Irom campus, well lit parking, pets ok. FN/S to share nice home with enviro. M.F Oam.llpm

$730/mo, clean, nice, available Jan. 1, aware veterinary, students Own room 8 -> Motorcycled .: :Y .. ':: <: Sat ft. Sun Closed
Call 3778965. 10-29-10-2 $170/mo + 1/3 utll. Great locatlonl Call '
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FOR RENT: 3744408. 10-25-10-5 ; 9 *:- Autos ;, > -\i Medical Bookstore, Shands

FOXMOOR condo 2BR '11/2 BA, Bike to 10 V Wanted MF,8am.4:30pmBy :
; v
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk UF/shopping need only d.pollillor qualified Female roommate needed lor spring $..
tenant move in, $450 KEY MAN- metier. Own room in a great houie. 11 Services r' \ Mall:
AGEMENT 372-3060. 10-19-4-2 Only one block from UF. Please call Jennifer v Use forms appearing weekly
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280, 3713949. 10-25-10-5 12 Typing Services : in the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec.
ROCKWOOD VILLAS-2bd/2ba with mail. MC, VISA, or checks only.
.5
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no can or dogs. study, blinds, end unit. $575/mo./ Call N/S responsible, M student needed own 13 Help Wanted

76-2 Santa Fe Trace Apis. 378-1190. 12-14- 335-2703. 10-29-10-2 rm In NW area walk/bike to UF :14 ,Business Personals .;k RY: By Phone 373-FIND:
/ '190/mo utll! 3-mo
a/c/heat/wath/dry + Payment by VISA or Mastercard
Duplex apt for rent 1 br Ir kit, bath, lease or more Lang 377.1831. 10-19-8-5 15 Personalsr, ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
GREAT PRICE lor spacious SW 2BR off ac/heat 3 blocks from UF, 1 bl oil Unlv
.
Tower Rd, cent air, hookups $285 KEY Ave. 250.00 monthly plus security. A **F lor huge fully lurn bdr/ba In 2/2- 16 Connections .. M F 8.30 4 pm..

MANAGEMENT 372-3060. 10-19-4-2 frame also, call 338-1839 need now thru May. $190 (orlg 312)) + 17 Notices \ ft x
'10-5-13-2 tec/utll. 2nd fir, ell to UF, pool morel o How to correct
Oak Glade Apts near UF 4 VA quiet 334-8593. 10-19-5-5 18 fildest;
washer/dryer available In most units lor
cancel ad
$20 mo. Celt Allowed. 1B-2B 1 4 2 Bath Need nonsmoker lor own room In large 19 ,; Pets ":.Y.. ; your :

$250.$375I'c & Imr. 372-6422. 12.14. MOBILE HOMES: townhouse;a/c pool, wash/dry, dep + lyr 20 Lost 4 Found Cancellations:

76-2 lease reqd no pets, $160/mo + 1/4 utllltlei. .. :Y, <:
3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo 332-4333. 10173.5 <.. .' '. .. ". .' Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri 8.4 pm.

INCREDIBLE No refunds can be given.

t Efficiency Apt. Farmsrentals 'from $260 Incl. LAKEWOOD need nil/ m/f lor own bdbaIn /

Starting at $185 water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn 3bd/3ba w/tec. system $232/mo + 1/3 Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Starting' at $235 /2 B.droomMEADOWCREST main. Also some great buys. Quletl Will Utll. Call 335-9599. 10-19-5-5 Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.

take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 Call 373-FIND with any corrections before

110 NW 39th Ave Open weekends too. 1214473SUBLEASE F nil/ roommate needed In 3bd 2ba new Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
378-3988 apt In Greenwich Green $220/mon + RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
375-3861 13ut. Call 3351504. 10-22-5-5 DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected

12-14-76-2 Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
Seeking high caliber studious rmmt. 21- No refunds or credits can be given after
Check Our New Specials : 28 yrs, n/., no drugs responsible, broadminded Union or Shands may take placing the ad. Changes called In after
All Amenities Available SWM demeanor GWM
or straight THREE days to appear. Ads
the first will be
not
day compensated.
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 4 HOUSE/APT. only reply to there spacious 1 bdr/l ba apt
run for length of time
Roommates Available w/amen. 510mln. walk to UF, $165 + may any Customer
We're No. 1 Sublet 1BR Pool, security 1/2elec.' negotiable Call 378-4712. 10. and be cancelled at any time. error or changes:
apt laundry, Corrections must be made In person at
REGENCY OAKS Pets OK, near UF $290 per month 378. Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON.
378-5766 WANTED: l/nt for own room In 3br2baapt.
9453 10-17-7-4
for cancelled ads. There will be $2.00 correction tee.
3230 SW Archer Road close to campui. ONLY $175/mo + a

COUNTRY GARDENS Oakbrook Walk-F to.share 2bdr/2ba, fully 1/4 utll lor spring & summer Call 373-

373-4500 furnished, equipped kit., own wash/dry. 8773. 10-22-5-5
2001 SW '16th Street Available 1290. Must lease! $215/mo.
12-14-76-2 Call335-0234. 10-24-10-4 LAKEWOOD-2bedroomt avail. In 3/2 lor
mature n/. M/F only. Scenic balcony, FOR SALE FOR SALE

SW LUXURY condo 2BR. 1/2 BA, pool, Lookl) House lor rent. 2 or 3 Ig. bdrm/1 Ig. waih/dry. Feel, tale-guard dog. Rent negotiable CUSTOM COMPUTERS
ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus
hookups, Icemaker, near UF/shoppmg, bth. Large yard wdeck.. Close 2 campus ft. 1/3 utll.! Call Kathy 335-8477. Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Offering Toshiba:, 286-12 w/1 meg ram, graphics monitor,
Incl. water & $450 KEY ft mall. Pets ok $495/mth. Call 376-7652. 10-18-4-5
garbage pickup
Crunch Hatter MEI I VSE alarm' Lanzar 40 meg hard drive 1 yr on-tlte $925 oth-
MANAGMENT 3723060. 10194.2 10-17-5-4 avail. 3328333. 10-26-15-8'
Roommate needed ASAP to share luxury 125 NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 12-14-76-8 era

SPACIOUS 1 bdrm, furnished apt. In Pine Rush. Biking 2/2 In nice quiet area. Pool, Fireplace, Zenith SS 288 40mB HD,
ONE BEDROOM APT distance Irom UF. $200/mo. lease D/W. 250/mo. I smoke & have kitten. Call DISCOUNT HI-FI ext. floppy, 2400 coprocessor Baud modem, mouse,

ONLY $273MO.LYONS / (orig. $270.) 2 1/2 mo. lease and hat Steve 372-8202. 102255NS 722 S. Maine The Red Bldg. Panasonic 1180, 2000. Thomas 335-
APT A/C. Mutt I..... Call 334-8748 or Ivemtg.
5751. '10-17-5-8
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 10-17-4-4 M/F 3 bdr Fieldstone, house, wood WE ARE CHEAPER

floors, ac/heat fenced yd, gar, wash/dry,
12-14-76-2 12-14-76-6
IBM PS/2 model 30, fish tank(55( gal),
5 mln walk UF A\IIlIlmm.d
to $185/mo +
WALK TO UF Available
1bd, pool, laundry.
VCR beta comics TV
lamps, stereo, ,
LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI $250 now to May. Furnished._ $280mth.Call 1/3 utll. Call 3364804. 10-30-10-5 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control dorm fridge, lurn., A much .more. 335-
moves you In. Close to UF and Shands. 3350744. 10-22-5-4 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 1982 for Info. 10-23-9-8
376-1248. 10-30-20-2 Rockwood Villas- rmmt needed lor own demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes-
Furnished one-bdrm apt one blk from UF fully (turn br/ba. Nice 3 br/3 ba condo sage. 10-19-36-8 '
RACING BIKE: 4.pd. Shlmano compo
ALOHA GARDEN APTS. Have a New in the beautiful SW. $305/mo. October w/all amenities $22S/mo. Call 336-9332. Aluminum
frame.
nents. Complete wac
Year week Vacation at Daytona Beach on free. Call Tim 372-7111 or drop by Colonial 10-23-5-5 2400 BD MODEM $98 cessories. $400 firm. Call 336-1806 ftleave
usl 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 10- Manor olc. 9 to 5. '10-17-1-4
19-13-2 Liberal Male nil/ roommate, needed to WORD PERFECT $135 message. 10-17-8-8
,
there 4bd/2ba home close to campui.
BICYCLES UNDER $50
ONE MONTH FREE All modern conveniences. Move In now CALL ELITE 3351300.
5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE Call 373-9584. All are 10 speed race style warranted by
Studios and one bedroom or Spring temester. 10- 11.1.33-8
bike mechanic
Irom $235 Walk to UF. College 18-2-5
Alex 336-1972. '10-17-4-6
VILLAGE
Park Properties 371.7777 10-31-23-2
Roommates available 6 FOR SALE
PRODIGY.. Cyclepro 12speed city bike Brand new 9
ONE MONTH FREE or security system. Reserve your room for fall.
mo. Exc. Cond Just tuned Call Jon
Bus UF and lnvwiwItaaurdSmkAvailable ago up
service SFCC
Villager West centrahalr" quietculdesac. to TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk .
.
i fake : 378-0588 Leave m. $130. 10-18-5-6
NW 0th Street Fum or unfurn. $175-$250 per drives, 2 Him cassettes, 2 film cannl.,.,.. at ELITE today,3351300.

from 16th Ave. 371-7777' roommate/month Inc. Realtor MZ 375-0207.Prop Mgmt. Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 Like new MICROWAVE, medium size,

10-31-23-2 yrs. Perfect for snail typesetting jobs.. 10-26-10-6' Avantl.) $65 or Sell Offer.'Cull"332-4982-
-i Good machine lor small .
type shop. System leave message. 10-19-5-8
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to LIBERAL* m/f roommate wanted to Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 lont MICRO/CENTER Computers; 376-1146

UF. 2br/1 bl. $175 College share 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The. Alligator at Editor's choice Hewlett Packard RUGS AND CARPETS.: Affordable remnants ,
Park Properties 371.7777 mile to UF, $150/mo + 1/2 utll. 372- 373-9926 for more Info. Northgate M/C Prices lower than for your dorm or apartment. We

10-31-23-2 5590. 10-19-15-5 mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, deliver! Ray's Rug 535 SW 4th Ave. 377-

Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 40mb ((28ms) H.rdd"kgr.phici monitor. 5265.8 blocks E. of campus. 11.14-20-8
2 quiet 2 bd 2nd floor apta, porches, storage Mature person wanted to share 2bd/2ba brands are all at our New Location) Car MC 28612$948, MC 386SX$1086,

cent H/A, d/w. fans SW/Vlllas; condo In SW area close to UFo W/D, Stereo Specialists 3218 NW.13 St. 372' Northgate 386/20- $2499. Leading Edge Sterling silver Gator rings. Unique design

$375. water' Incl: 373-0701. 10-19-10-2 pool, sec.syatem. $285/mo + utll. Call 2070. 12.14.76.6Crlmestopper 386sx laptop w/40 MB hd & battery. very detailed. 118 each Call 37H

evenings 373.4503 or 335-4731. 1022. $1995.1 a 2 ,.warranties... Onslte warranties 3634. 101956GATOR .
NO SECURITY DEPOSIT! This month's bdrm/bath In- Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Panasonic 1180 printer- $185.
M rmmt needed for own
rent FREE! 1 bdrm studio apt. Nice, 3br/2ba apt In Park Place. $ 88mo3 Detectors, Infinity Sanaul, Sony, HP Laser Jet lip- $987, 3743 W. University GROWL TICKETSFOR
close to campus: $29S/mo.! Call Tracy Orion Bazooka Home Car Stereo.
or Ave. 12-14-52-8
utll. Call 335-1985' for Info. '10-17-5-5 SALE 8 together CHEAP 3776724.
3782651. 10-18-7-2 We teat All Prices 373-3754. 12-14-76-

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SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE AUTOS SERVICES


KRAMER gultar-strat style: 1 humbucKer, LET'S TRADE: Alto saxophone$300value Fisher stereo, VCR with remote $150. 88' Honda CRX HF, white wblue Interior, * LET'S PARTY *
2 Sol coil p/upl. $250. MARSHALL lead for a computer desk w/flle drawersand SEGA system, eight games $150. Must 32,000ml, 5-speed, new front tires, great Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ
20 amp -sounds like 60W, $250. Will chair or will tell or buy either. Call sell, need money. Call 3356957. 10.19- gas mileage, very dependable, pleasecall service all musical formats 12-14-42-
package. Call Mark 378-6615. 10-18-3-6 Karen 371.1073 (live msg.) 10-22-5-6 3-6 3719886. 10-19-6-9

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
COMPUTE R-Compaq portable w/co-pro/ BIG TOP 1076 Chevy van w/130,000 miles. Runs Get confidential testing and treatment at
SALE cessor, 20meg new hard drive, carryingcase. What giant tabby has Halloween colon? good; body not so good. Still has many PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881
Professional Recording Equipment Very good cond. $650 Call 336- 10-17-1-6 miles left. Fort McCoy 1.236.2161. 10- 12-14-76-11
8672 Bob. 10-18-3-6 17-5-9
Fostex A-8 reel to reel $699

Fostex 350 Mixer $500 King-size WATERBED. Seml-waveless' SALEFender 1981 Dodge OmnI4.speed. rebuilt carb & GATOR MOVING **

Akal ME 10-D Delay $99 mattress wheater & headboard. Excel trans, very dependable, good mpg runs Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packmg/ 1-
lent condition. $200 or best offer Call Fretless P-Bass $299 great. Asking $975. Call John 3779050Iv Item/Hse/ Full. Days/Eves./ Long dig
Randle 100 W Half Stack $299
378-0056. 10-18-3-6 Fender Strat $349 mess. 10-19-7-9 Llc/lns. Harry/Bill/ 3744791. 12-14-76-

Gold Standard. 377-2646 Guild 12 String $299 11
Organ-Yamaha Electone, exc condition 1986 NISSAN 200SX, a/c, S-speed,
Safari Audio wins more trophies at $1000. Shipping trunk-large $75. Air Takamine Bruno $249 power windows cruise control, black, SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
IASCA event than all other stores In ticket Ir All; to Gvllle $40. Bea 372-1981 All Guitars on SALE tinted windows, I owner, extra nice. boarding woodser facilities *
or leave message. 10-17-2-6 $5300 Call 1-473-2951 10-18.5.9 hay rides parties sales working
combined. SW
Gainesville 4110 34 St. Gold Standard 377-2646
3361128. 10-23-5-6 students accepted. 466-3224, 375-8080.
n. Two East stand Homecoming tickets lor 10-18-2-6 1985 Ford LTD Wagon. Excellent condl- 12-14-76-11

sale: $32.00 obo. Call Heidi at 1-800-225- tionl Loaded runs great. NICE CAR.
2321 ext. 7391 ((9-S) or 12012333109. Will sell at loan value2350. Call 332-
T.J. Morrissey'sVideo 7 REAL ESTATEHome 3690. 10-18-5-9 *SUNBELT MOVING*

I have one homecoming and one 'Gator Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies
Dance ClubWednesday Growl ticket. Call 375-2791 leave mes- for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' Porsche 944-Blaupunkt-optlons-new 1- ItemHouse full Local/Lng dist!
sage. 10-17-2-6 Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell tlres-brakes-eng Fast & beautiful, $60k Lie/Ins. Priced lor Studentsl Marty 375-
Call th. Club at 372 9700"T.J.370-4336 your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds look for only $12,995. 332.7550 after MOVE. 12-14-76-11

SINGLE BED- mattress, boxspring and offer you the cheapest way to 3pm. 10-19-5-9
is: !frame for $35. Call 3771408. 10.23.5.6 keep your real estate In the public eye. AAA STORAGE
Where else can you keep your property in BMW 3201-automatic-great stereo-sun Close to UF, Convenient'

Trash baby crib $50, toddler car seat $10, chair the market for as little as lour dollars a roof-new tires-brakes-engine. Looks 4x4x4 $15/mo/
Night $30, rattan hanging chair $30, chaps $35, day? To make It even easier, you can good-runs good-$4995. 332.7550 after 4x8x8 $30mo533SW2ndAve /
new car speaker ((2)) $20 each Call place your ad over the phone; all Call 3pm. 10-19-5-9 377-1771
336-1850. 10-22-4-6 need Is a valid l Visa or MasterCard. 12-14-76-11 I
373.FIND to ad.
today place your
NEON LIGHTS FOR YOUR CARII!
Dorm retrlg octagon table & 4 chairs, 4 *FREE*
Drinks" : CUSTOMIZE YOUR AUTO WITH A
;::113 FOR 1 barrel chairs, desks, sola, chair, 6 cane Rockwood Villas condo 2/2/ for sale COLOR 335-1297 10.22.5.9 Pregnancy Test
chairs, IBM selectric II, posters. 373- by owner. 3351982. anytime. Gainesville Women's
\ 9tM12Frtturlnm 2128. 10-23-5-6 HEALTH CENTER
10-23-9-7 Buick Regal 1982. Low mileage runs
720 NW 23rd Avenue
Office equip., IBM selectric II, Toshiba great, many new parts, asking $2400. 377-5055
OPEN 910 Pill!III At least 3:00 An!
:
Get real license. Tu & Th Call 373-6567 or 374-9640. 10-22-5-9
copier, workstations, desks & chairs, oft. your estate ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
T.J. Mo D.J. supplies, file cabinets, Ig. maps. 373- evenings 8.10 pm 818 W Univ Ave. 1969 beige classic convertible VW Bee BIRTH CONTROL
Starts Oct. 23 371-2787 Florida Center
2128. 10-26-86
for Real Estate Education 10-23-8-7 tle. New top, new paint, rebuilt engine. Gynecology Services
Runs great. Sacrifice at $2800 obo. Call 12-14-75-11 I

rI -------------f----IBIOI1 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED Tyler 376-9802.. 10-19-4-9 COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships

College Scholarship Locators pob
II Better than new 1990, sporty, burgandy 1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881 800-879-
REPAIR Honda CRX. Under 5000 mis. Stereo 7485. 12-14-75-11
1 I l l i i Ic Precision Small Engine. Pickup &, Delivery system A/C, $500 cash and assume
s available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, loan. Ive msg 338.7858. 10-23-5-9 BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI! CS

1 I across from Alley Katz 336-3825. 10-31- Military tear gas & personal protection

1 I .. I I I I II .. 37.8 Info Keycham unit or home canister!
.. $17.95 each $2.50 checks ok,
I 10 WANTEDLocal + shipping (
....85 YAMAHA RZ-350***
I I I I i ..
I
; kitVERY FASTI! Visa/MC/ phone orders) Sent immed'ratelyl '
n. I W/RacIng Sallie Cain, Action Seminars, 6141
Artist needs GOLD Gems Class
M MUST SElLI) $1000080 : ,
Parkforest Baton LA 70816 call
1 ...Call Ray 335.9312 Iv msg*.. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine Rouge or
; I I I I g 1I 102510.8 Jewelry 373-9243. 12.14.76.10 504-751-0495

v na I Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly
9 AUTOS NEED AUBURN TIX. Have 2 Growl & 2 professional
I I i I s homecoming game tickets Willing to care in peaceful surroundings.
I and TLC 462-
Daily turnout grooming
make trade and/or pay $$. Call 3369413.
i 1982 CAMARO, / New paint / super- 5127. 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS I
0 I clean Interior / Alpine stereo / rebuilt 10.17.5-10
1 I i I I I I i trans. A must seal $3200 obo. Call FOR COLLEGE .
0 a 1S 335-2202 leave message 10223.9 NEED AUBURN TIX Are available) Millions go unclaimed
1 I f I I I' I Call 378-3906 yearly. 1.800.334.3881

i =n 4 o Z-1.. :t I 1986 NISSAN 200SX, black 5-speed, 10-18-5-10 11-19-50-11 I
:; tinted windows, a/c, cruise control, power
i-c //fit
1 1 I F I I I I R m in ::2 I windows, loaded. Very nice. $5300 Call TIX-Need 2 Auburn $35/each. Need 6 Personal Protection, tear gas, pocket
') 1-473-2951 Georgia tix $40/each. Call Jeff 407-894- sized, $13.95. Great gift LCM 2841 A
: 1I Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl.
4666 No collect calls. 10-18-3-10 I
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I I I I I I i ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 33406. 10-31-26-11 I
I I RATES, low payments, fast drive- Wanted-One Growl and/or/ Homecomingticket.

I AS_ I I I :I :Z I thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 Will consider trade for Auburn BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
1 377-CARS. WE CARE. 10-18-10-9 tlckets( ). Call Scott at 334-9598. 10-17-
1 I i I I I I p; 2-10

,.. I 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door
Z locks, seats, windows, a/c, am/fm tape, Need 5 tickets to AKRON-UF. Need des 1233 NW 10th Ave.
i f I I y Ii auto, wht ext/blue int. Exc condmust perately! Will pay $$ Call Rick 813-933- MC/VISA/lnsurance/ 372-1664
sell best offer 3345053. 10-19-11-9
1 i 1i 5265 10-17-2-10 Free Pregnancy Test

1 I al I i I Mazda RX7 tan, 1984 leather Int.. 70K NEED AUBURN TIX WILL TRADE Member -
I National Abortion Federation
; I mi., strong & last, new tires, 5 speed.
t I NI I I i IF I $5900 obo. 374-9590 ask (for Max excel GROWL 3-10 TIX/CASH/ 3751269. 10-19- 12-14-53-11 I
cond. 10-19-10-9
i t I gl i I I STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification

=o I 88 RX7 SE. 47K, sunroof, a/c, tint, TOP DOLLAR FOR Exam *FTCE* Only $26 95 Send
t Polarize RE-71 tires, garaged, cover, excellent GROWL ANDHOMECOMING check/money order to: Teachers Support
I t I I I I $11,000 Obo. Call 376-7542.10- TIX Services Box 2585 Apopka FL 32704 ph
407-889-8469. 11-2-20-11 I
CALL 332-0895. 10-19-3-10
I 1 I J I I I I' I I 1 1986 FIERO SE, black, sunrool, 56,000

1 1 I original miles. In perfect condition. WANTED: Stock Firebird aluminum rims *Associate Tutoring*
I y $3800. Must sell-best offer. Call 377- from 1987 and up. Call Brian at 336- English, Math, Humanities etc.

1 1 I I I I. I 1 5528. 10949IEIUICN 8289. 10-23-5-10 If you need help, Call 335-7746 10-23-
10-11
I ( I 1 1 I OFFICE USE ONLY DESPERATE! Need 2 or 4 tickets for
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I 1 I I I 1 I Sp Chg. p PEAS Ga/FIa game. Call 335-7274 leave mes Will watch your children in my SW home,,
CASH _CK_ sage. 10-26-8-10 weekdays while you go to school or
I I I I ( I I RIG. By: 1.1. to ohooee from -all subjects work. I am a mother ol one. Call 373-;;,
|order Catalog Today wtth VtotVMC or COO Need 4 tickets for FSU/Flonda/ football 7380. 10.17.5.11

,_. .. 800-351-0222 game In Tallahassee, Saturday, Dec 1. r
;P.. CLASSIFICATIONS ,:. ',> << I Of, rush U.00 to: I Research Assletrses Enterprises collect at 516-487-8100 or Grants for scholarships, fellowships, Internships ..
"( for R.Furnished: _11. Services .(Circle one) I 111322 IdsnoAvs.1206-SN,Los ngMS.CA 90025 lax 518-487-8013 10-26-8-10 residencies' and resoarch'
I 1 Custom rssearehalto ivHHIHe-tl!Lewis
_2. For Rent: Unfurnished _12.Typing Services 1 Day ..S4.00 Asia grants. Billions ol dollars now available.
_1. Mobil. Homes For Rnl/Silo _11 Help, Wanted 2 Days...7.00 I NEED 10 AUBURN TICKETS.Will Call 24 hr. grant hotline 1-404-880-5426
_ 1 _4.. Sublease Houio/Apt. 14. Business Personals 30.ys... .00 Katz pay big $$. Call Joe 376-4339 10- ext. 1003. 10-18-5-11 a

I _5.Roommates. -1s Personals 4 Days...11.00 1 Alley
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_7. Roil Estate 17. Notices 1 Westgate Regency Plaza110SW34thSt.338.1000
1 _,. Motorcycles =II. Rides .Addltl..1 Days Open until 1 amMan Top Dollar Call 372-2332

I _,. Autos _1IJ Pets 52.DO.leII. Movies, VCR's, Nintendo games lor rent.
"10. Wanted _20. Lost I Found Thurs Beta tapes for rent or sale.
Addltl..III..I. 25% discount on rentals with this ad.
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SERVICESCar TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED

INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED. CIA US
Stereo Installation/Consultations./ T,L.C. for your papers, theses, etc. Mac Jobs In USA and overseas. All occupa Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. ListIngs. I. NEED 20 BUCKS
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No commitnonf. Call Troy 372-0879. 373-9619 leave message. 1 1.50 per dbl companies that recruit on campus. Jump 10-31-21-13 TODAY?.
10-19-3-11 10-22-5-12 start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters
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An relaxing to pick cash-
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ENTREPENEUR? TYPE "A" PERSONALITY all that's required is a plasma donation.
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? EARN UP TO $4000. Earn up to 1120 this month. New donors
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your own hours. Earn from $2,000- 9 SW 1st Street. G'ville 378-9204. 10-
PO Box 164407 Little Rock AR Typing & Typesetting Thesis, In new drug study for the treatment $4,000 during this semester. Call 19813ATTENTIONperfect
72206 or call 501.376.2467. 10-30-10- Diss, Manuscripts ONLYExperienced of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call Now 1-800-950-0472 Ext. 25
11 see Grad Sch list 331-5379. 12-12-63-13
10-17-2-13
for students M-F
K.B. Wllllami 332-1402 12-14-
40-12 INTELLIGENCE JOBS. CIA US 30-9.30: : pm phone sales, hourly wages
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IJC. P.O. Box 52-FL02 Corona Del Mar
12 SERVICES 13 HELP WANTED .0. NANNIES NEEDED Top Pay-Top CA 92625. 10-18-8-13 Singing Messenger Wanted: Must be out
Families NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs going. Valid Driver's License. Balloons A
*Typing report business legal CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The Only Inc. 1-800-468-8699. 11.7.30-13 Bears. Ask for Brad. 3751199. 10-23-6-
resume cassettes transcribed applications Independent Florida Alligator. Must own Phone survey work no sales, part-time 13
letters notary *"C. Available reliable van or pick-up truck and be avail A national' full service brokerage firm la flexible eve. & wkd hours, guar S4.25/hr
24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 12-14-76- able from 5 a.m. until II a.m. Monday looking for hard-working motivated people + bonuses. Call or stop by Cherry Com Drivers Needed. Flexible shifts, days &
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record and valid Florida driver li 10-18-6-13
office. Call Mr. Defter 1-800-621-9494.
8202. 10-22-5-13
(MICRO CENTER/ 3760339. Full
Typing cense. Pay per route plus mileage.
& self service computing. Open until Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West ,
10pm school nights, Typing starts @ University Avenue. Ask for the route
SO/pg Resumes $6 Self service driver application. No calls please. Affirmative P O O ByDoytdSunwcfcr.XT
resumes $2.50/hr ,15/page Laser Action/Equal/ Opportunity Employer I ,iEU.ts l
typeset graphics spell check theses .
papers special characters employment .
databases mailmerge training. AVON 375-6967

52.12 WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC. 12-14- Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. 'tNJN, Le1'g GI1' FlCKIN'! SMART KAY'MtN GP' NOW, DEGI NIN'
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...RESUMES*** time! Study while you donate or watch
Complete writing & development services videos. Free Parking. Gainesville Donor
Resume House 3718148. 12-14- Center. Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378-
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112 S.W. let Avenue (frowntown assiri-vaii,
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WANTEDFULL HELP WANTEDReliable PERSONALS PERSONALSPermanent
T.J. Morrissey'sVideoDance

OR PART-TIME Earn 10% commission mature person wanted for Vu.rn.tlCarr.r./Ray.B.n/Gator. Great Hair Removal
Clubi"3 prlces-reg or rx sunglasses' The Optical Call Katie Inc. f for
on playbill ad sales for HippodromeState chores In beautiful new horse farm in exchange I.t Omega; Electrolysis
: Theatre. Start set for use of a horseEnglish I... Laboratory 378-5563.818 SW 4 Ave. I Info about the PERMANENT removal' of
Immediately
Ca The Club at 3714111,111 eff.J; 379433SWednesday ;
block from Ala Gen. 12.14.78.15 facial
unwanted & hair 3744307.
your own schedule.Training and suppliesprovided. sons. Access to trail riding- Or can board body
own horse exchange for work. Flexible 12-14-76-15
Is: Earn $17.50 to $120.00 per Natural Foods and Vitamins
sale. Must provide own transportation.Phone hours. Call Susan pm at 371-8150 10- Birkenstock Sandals.
STUDENTS GET CASH$
Mike McLane: 373.5968 for Inter WAITRESSES NEEDED. Apply In person Sunflower Health Foods For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
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view. 10225.13 at Lafltte'a. 11 SE 1st Ave Thurs. 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 372-1226.211 I W.Unlv.Ave.-next to Central -
3pm-4pm. 10-17-1-13 City. 12-14-76-15
Asst. Mgr. Needed ASAP. Must be highly String saleGamma, Prince, Head Wil-
motivated and able to work with people. son-syn gut $10, other stores $20+, At SAVE ON RAYBANS
Must have car and Insurance Call Today. BUSINESS EZ Tennis, we don't match priceswe
FOR 1 brinks"j Gator Pizza. 3728202. 10.22.5.13 beat them I 10191015Ask University Opticians
300 SW 4th Ave 378-4480
j Beat Fundraiser On- Campus) Looking 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS your friends about EZ Tennis Our 12.14.78.15
9 til 12 tor a fraternity, sorority or student organization reputation Is based on quality products,
terminals & pc's, buy, *FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC
that would like to earn service
friendly at everyday low, low
OPEN 910 Pill fil at karl 2:01: AM 8500-$1,000 for a one week on-cimpue sell, trade, rent & repair. Great prices, prices. 10-19-10-15 Serving UF since 1977
marketing project. MUll be organized QUALITY CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. Most Insurance accepted
Featuring 'T.J. the P.J. end hardworking. Call Llea Q. at 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave
((800)) The only part of your racquet that touchesthe
592-2121. 10.17.1.13 15 PERSONALSPREGNANT ball Is your stringsl So don't settle for Dr. Steven 373-7070 Schargel
less than quality stringingEZ Tennis.
12-14-76-15
Love Someone. SEXY WOMEN with good bodies for a ? Don't guess. Get immediate 10-19-10-15
female revue. NO NUDITY. GREAT test results from a reliable sourcePLANNED .
Drive Sober ***GET A GRIP***
PAY KELLY 376-3417. 10-23-5-13 PARENTHOOD 3770881. For only $30 EZ Tennis has good tennis, Call I ACTS 376-7105 *
running, and cross-training shoes for
---- ---- The Spirit-filled
guys & gals! Good I.ctlon..golng'
Campus MinistrySKYDIVE
Gimble A. L. Graber fasti! 10-19-10-15

MA +,z SellreonSuivs.ZtYer.n'tTo I ? Now that you've make friends at UF &
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Lear'
% oh n I "01d SFCC, ways to keep them: dress well Skydive with The Williston Skydivers
if are yo'I" play tennis, don't forget the BMW. EZ 336-7970. 12-14-73-15
*" I nt Mrethsryas /' hK vpwr' Tennis) 10-19-10-15

wt fW .0 IDAY.4Q. 1 1GETot 1O 1O ( Sf\ tit'fftIIIalr. ",. T-Shlrt Sale! Featuring Nike Prince Wilson SKI SNOWSHOE!

J Head Le Coq Sportif Rubike'...all $169person! 3 nights lodging. 3 day lift
shirts 30% off EZ Tennis 3722257. 10- ticket, skis, 1 hour lesson, Apres ski
19.10.15 party! Breakaway Tours 377-6369.
Space Is limited! 10-31-16-15
B 4 U buy shoes, racquets, t-shirts, or
L rri string your racquet, consider the tennis
T i .1 authority In G'vllleEZ Tennis 34 St MARDIGRAS
Plaza. 10-19-10-15 Only 92 spaces left! Packages from
$159. Don't miss this party weekend.
At EZ Tennis our prices are not as good Breakaway 377-6369. 10-31-16-15
as other storesthey are better! Our service
Is not as cool- It's definitely cooler! ALLEY KATZ is a bowling center We
1 :"o At EZ Tennis, everybody Is so me- have It alll I Pool video games, and beer.
body...Periodlll 3722257. 10-19-10-15 Open until lam Mon.-Thurs. 12.13.43-

NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
Life in a Crosswalk Ed George Get special student discounts on exams Classlfleds. .
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PERSONALS PERSONALS CONNECTIONS LOST & FOUND
T.J. Morrissey'sVideo

$2.99 daily sandwich & 1602 drink SPE. SCHOOLKID'S RECORDSWe UF College Bowl FOUND- pair of tortoise shell glasses Dance Club

CIAL Bagels Unlimited & Dell 1620 W buy, sell and trade new & used CD's, campus championship tournament!! across from the Episcopal University
Univ Ave (behind Fla Book Store) 376- LP's and cassettes Sign-up rm 330 JWRU by 10/19. Tournament Center. Call 3386484. 10-19-3-20 fall the fliall at 3710740 of T.J.2764336Wedndsd'ay
6743. 10-19-5-15 1716 W. University Ave Is Oct 24,25, & 29. 10-19-4-16
10.17.1.15 FOUND: Bike helmet in business area on is:
Busy with HC this week? 3 hr. wash-dry- Monday 10.15. Call to ID: 373-4708.

fold only $40 per Ib special' price exp. Now In October school's going strong, but
Sunday 6pm University Plaza COin Laundry winter break and spring break are not far 17 NOTICESMeeting FOUND- Set of keys with leather change Trash Night
& Dry Cleaning 1620 W Univ Ave along. So pack up your bags, your towels purse found on 10/13 by Salvation Army
372.9178. 10-19-5-15 and beer, the time lor partying Is just scheduled? Luncheon planned? parking lot. Call 335-3665 ID. 10.19- '
about here Round trip cruise to the Bahamas Let everyone know what's happening I by 6.5 G
Beer bowling, billiards at Alley Katz. from Ft. Lauderdale includes 4 placing a classified adl I Reward- questions asked. Please return
Open until 1am Mon.-Thurs. DO SOME. nights paid hotel. Only $89/per person, personal property taken Monday Oct. "a FOR 1 Winks"OPEN
THING DIFFERENT) 11.14.24.15 15 from 282 Williamson, Hall. Black
double occupancy required 305-783- WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU
4071. 60-day advance reservations required WENT BOWLING? It's fun, it's different. leather carrying bag w/ brown straps con
You're the star of the party at Center Port taxes not Included, Alley Katz open until lam Mon'Thurs. taining 2 pair of special perscriptlon eyeglasses 9 til 12f
Stage. Costumes, masks, make-up & 10-17-1-15 11.1.18.17 also personal papers. These
morel' 3704 Newberry Road, Royal Park items are for my use only and are Impor. 90 Fill III of Mest hN AN

Plaza. 10.31.14.15 Female- pen pals wanted: adventurous, DOG DAYS RUN e tant to me, not someone else. Please
return thses Items. Call 392.8754. 10- mturlnm *T.J. th D.J,
single, physical-fitness conscious, ro 5K run. 1 ml. run with your dog
Halloween Costumes
masks
make-up, mantic. Antonio Torrealba, box 2210, Oct. 27 8am Westlde Park
needl' 10th
i accessories everything you Maracay, Venezuela For more info call 336-8747 10-26-9-17
Annual Gallery of Horror. Center court. 11-2-13-15
oaks Mall. Daily 10am til 9:30: pm. 10-

31-14-15 MARKY,

You are the greatest guy In the world and 18 RIDES
we are so glad you are dating our roomie.
O'Connell However, do you cheat? Oh well, congratulations
Center on the job in New York $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp. $30 one way. For Pistol-Packing Business .
Upcoming Love, Cheryl and Liz 6 yrs ol weekly Frl/Sun. bus trips. Pets
10.23.5.15 ok, pkg. transported. GMG trans 336- Advertise in the Alligator
Fleetwood Mac In Concert- 70263052663788./ 11-5-30-18
October 17 at 8 00 pm **MUKAI PRINTS** 376-4482
Douglas. vs. Holylleld Closed CircuitTV (playboy advisor) II your Rickshaw Is getting a little creaky
Flflhl- Victoria A.P. $800 find a ride here in the Rides section!

October 25 at 8 00 pm Lisa XVII, framed $1200
e\ Slide Musical Review negotiable. 3369306. 10-23-5-15

(Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Gary U.S. 19 PETS F
Bonds, The Box Tops, The Tokens, and TENNIS PLAYERS -
The November 2 8:00 City Tennis Championships
Crystals-) at : pm
Werewolf for sale? Dwarf Bunny supply
Dennis Miller LiveNovember Oct. 25.28 Westside Park 376-8250
All levels-T-shirts to players Increasing just a little too fast? Sell your
4 at 8 00
pm 10-23-5-15 Furry Friends fast with a classified I
eM.C. Hammer In Concert-

November 6 at 7:30: pm Free 2 male kittens, 7 months old or.

ange/white/ cute and friendly. Need loving
Call 392-1653 16 CONNECTIONSGAY home with vet care. For more info call
FOR TICKETS INFORMATION 3761835. 10-18-3-19

10-17-4-15 ? BI? QUESTIONING?
GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs Purebred beagle puppy female, 3 mos. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
Real alligator mounts 5 to 8 (eel long Info/Relerral/Consultatlon/ 12-14-76-16 old has all shots $100 negotiable. Call

$1300 and up 454-3667. 3361184. 10.23.5.19 Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe
10.19.5.15 EYE-EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease
treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. 7 Walesa 41 Entered a race 55 Aspire

The Reitz Union Barber Shop's Home Beckum, optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave, 20LOST & FOUNDFinders 1 Goes to the 8 Actress 46 Play the flute 58 Housetop

coming Week Specials are $5 oft all 378.1288. 10-31-20-16 plate Sommer 48 Noel 57 Cows, the

Perms, Carefree' Curls Leisure Curls and Keepers? 5 High winds 9 Swiss city on 50 Measured old way
W/M 6' 20's, for W/F In
170lbs looking a
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Dame series will end Saturday I



United Press International who took the blame for Saturday's incident chosen to fill vacancies in the next 12 years the rivalry.
with the Jayhawks. "We're doing everythingwe with Florida State and West Virginia.The To me,it's a healthy rivalry and one we're
CORAL GABLES Fla. -The Miami Hur- can to prevent it; he's doing everything series has been marked by hostility. excited about playing," Erickson said. "It's
ricanes and the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame he can to prevent it. It won't happen. T-shirts saying Catholics vs. Convicts are too bad that it's ending. I hate to see it end,
meet forperhaps the last time in this century "We're talking about two class football still being sold in South Bend. In 1984 but it is over with. I'm sure the last one will
Saturday and both coaches are making sure programs as good two college football Miami players taunted Notre Dame fans who be the best one."
the series ends with class. programs as there are in college football" were yelling at the Miami bench. In Hurricane offensive tackle Mike Sullivan,
Notre Dame Coach Lou Holtz called Hurricane Erickson said. "And it's a great football 1985Coach Jimmy Johnson was accused of who was recruited by Faust before Holtz
Coach Dennis Erickson Tuesday to game, a great rivalry.That's how we want it running up the score in a 58-7 victory over took over the program said he regrets the
discuss ways to avoid any pregame incidentslike to be." Gerry Faust's Irish. development."It's .
the fight in the tunnel to the locker The game Saturday will be the 19th meet Faust now coaches Akron, UPs Home-
before the at South Ind. a case where we're not in a positionto
rooms game Bend ,
of the coming opponent Saturday.In .
ing two teams in the last 20 years. come home from the game and say well
two years ago. Dating back to 1955 Miami is 7.14-1 but 6-2 1987 Notre Dame accused Miami players we've got them next year. This is it," the
The second-ranked Hurricanes also were in the last eight years. The only hope for of taking cheap shots and Hurricane Chicagoan said. "As much hype as already
involved in a pregame fight with Kansas last continuing the series this decade is in a bowl safety Bennie Blades called Irish receiver goes into it, this is going to add fuel to the
Saturday and the Irish and Southern California game. Tim Brown "a punk." The tunnel incident
fire.This is going to be the last chance.After..,
tangled before their game last year. Miami officials say they are willing to followed in 1988 and last year there was this one, there's no looking back. We're ina
There will not be any problems with juggle their schedule to accommodate sixth- obvious taunting before the game. situation where we can't leave anything on
pregame stuff whatsoever" said Erickson ranked Notre Dame but the Irish have Yet Erickson and his players regret losing the field."


PROBLEMSfrom done if they play poorly. NOTEBOOKfrom RECORDfrom
The interior linemen have been
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consistent all season and Bromley has
graded out the highest of all our line- had help from several sponsors including Nobilette
much but that shouldn't be an excuse "We didn't throw as many deep balls bike for
men but (their scores) aren't what I Bicycles who built her a custom designed
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for a starter to not do his job Spurriersaid. consider acceptable" McGeorge said. against Tennessee as we should have. We the ride. She also was assisted by Zipp Wheels and
have to keep the defensive backs loose." two other sponsors.

"Maybe we haven't done a good "At this point I don't have a lot of Dean will redshlrtUF King said Schwartz's accomplishment should not
enough job coaching.We haven't made Dean will be red- be overlooked."It's .
depth and I really like to keep those quarterback Terry
any changes before I think because guys together. But they need to im- shirted this season and will have four years funny but you tend to think in cycling that the
when you win" games bad plays are prove." of eligibility starting in 1991 Spurrier said. people who ride in the big races (like the Tour de

overlooked, he said. Playing Akron this Saturday will bea Dean, a 6-foot-3,195-pounder out of Naples France) are the best cyclists,"King said. "But I don't
"But they've been building up." good test for the unit Dixon said. It was considered among of the think any of them could have done the endurance -+
The question of who to replace the should give the unit a chance to re- country's top prep quarterbacks after he ride that Anna did."
line's starters with has been a problemfor group and get ready for Auburn's de- threw for 1,188 yards and 16 touchdowns Schwartz said she doesn't know what she is goingto
some time McGeorge said. fensive line Nov. 3. Auburn's line has with two interceptions -as a senior at do next but includes the possibility of a tandem
UF's interior offensive linemen been called the best in the nation. Collier High. 24-hour ride with King.
Dixon and guards Hesham Ismail and 'We need to play like someone is "We're going to give him a year to sepa- Or possibly something a little more dramatic. -
Chris Bromley have no true backups pushing you to improve on every rate from Shane (Matthews) and the other "Maybe a race across America,"she said laughing.
which means virtually nothing can be down," Dixon said. quarterbacks" Spurrier said. "That might be fun."




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correct them,f McGeorge said that although Rowell is a Gators' win over Alabama in the second
!RON KASPRISKE Left tackle Glenn Neely, who had a misAlligator little smallish to play tackle, he has the week and continued in their victory over
Staff Writer
I I erable] game against Tennessee, was the toughness to do well. Louisiana State.
The films revealed what Rich McGeorge main victim of McGeorge's changes. "Tony is not the size guy you're lookingfor Starting quarterback Shane Matthews has
already knew. Neely will be benched this week againstHis to play tackle,"McGeorge said. "But he'sa been under almost constant pressure the last
offensive line, touted as one Akron and starting rightof competitor and a tough guy two games, McGeorge said.
the nation's finest, was in big tackle Mark White will take who is always ready to play." m The offensive line was simply
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trouble. his position. Meanwhile re- Starting center Cal Dixon being overpowered, allowing
Pass blocking had become a serve lineman Tony Rowell, said Rowell's intensity makes two sacks against LSU and four
nightmare. Draws and screens who began his career as a him a perfect candidate to play against Tennessee.
weren't gaining as many yards as defensive tackle, will move tackle. Things had gotten so. bad
they used to, and UF's running to starting right tackle. "He's real wild on and off the that McGeorge said he was
game was becoming ineffective. Rowell, a 6-foot-4, 272- field," Dixon said. "He always forced to seriously look at some
McGeorge,the Gators'offensive pound junior, had been wants to be doing something.He of his reserve linemen and see
line coach, said Tuesday it was playing as a tight end in has played primarily at if they were good enough to
time to make some changes."I short yardage situationsand guard, but he can play tackle. play. Before the season Mc.
think everybody has noticed as a backup guard. Hopefully this big shakeup will George and head coach Steve
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that we've been getting some pen- "Glenn has lost some motivate us." Spurrier said the team had no
etration and giving up some McGeorge confidence," McGeorge McGeorge hopes so too. Rowell depth past the team's first unit..
sacks," McGeorge said. "We're said. "Hopefully this will McGeorge said UF's 45-3 "Our depth hasn't improvedsee
having some problems and we're going to give him a chance to see that he's got to get loss to Tennessee was the final straw in a .
I make some changes and hopefully try and better." series of problems that began with the Problem, page 15



Spurrier makes changes in lineup I



UF will have a new look Saturday when There's more.Sophomore said, 'Coach, you're not going to believe
Akron rolls into town as the Gators' annual cornerback Del Speer will this,'" Akron coach Gerry Faust said. He
Homecoming patsy, er, opponent. start in place of Jimmy Spencer, Carlton said, 'I won the lottery.: I asked him if he
Emmitt Smith's back. Miles will play in place of the injured had the ticket, and he said yes.

Just kidding. Jerry Odom and Tony Rowell will replace Then he said,.'Coach,can I have Mon-
Glenn Neely on the offensive line. day off?'"

Doyel Spencer, who has blocked two punts Fifteen million kind of makes coachingthe
NOTEBOOKA and Intercepted a pass this year, had four secondary seem silly, huh?
tackles but let Tennessee's
Carl Pickens "I told him he could have the day off,
slip behind him for a 47-yard touchdown. but he better be in the office at 8 arn.
awh Speer, meanwhile, had six unassisted Tuesday," Faust said."You'd never knowhe's
will be made in the backfield tackles the Volunteers
change against good for
got the Of course, he hasn'tgiven
money.
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though. Willie McClendon will start at second on the team. "
me of it.
tailback against the Zips,replacing Errict "Jimmy has struggled a little bit, but any
Rhett, the Southeastern Conference's he hasn't played poorly," Spurrier said. Woodford has only made one signifi-
third-leading rusher.McClendon "But we think Del can play better." cant change since winning the lottery,

ran for 27 yards on five The lineup shakeup wasn't fueled en- Akron. football secretary Patty Chaboudysaid.

carries, and caught three passes for 13 tirely by UPs 45-3 loss to the Volunteers,
more yards last Saturday in a limited role Spurrier said."These "He got himself a Cherokee, or one of
in UF's 45-3 loss to Tennessee. For the changes aren't because of one those four-door things," Chaboudy said.
year,the junior from Jacksonville has 259 game,"Spurrier said."If something'could "He's still the same old Woody, though."

yards on 53 carries,and leads UF running go wrong last week, it did. We're not Let's pass
backs with three touchdowns.Rhett putting the blame on any one group. Expect UF to open up its offense Sat
averaging 75 yards a game, We're just trying to strengthen the team." urday against Akron. A trio of Gators
rushed for 10 yards on four carries. He Rich Zip quarterbacks attempted 32 passes
3xs added 17 yards on two receptions. The Akron assistant coach Mike Woodford against Tennessee, most short routes.
redhsirt freshman from Pembroke Pines caught a lucky break last week.A "I'm pretty sure Coach Spurrier will
has 455 yards on 80 attempts. $15 million break. have us throwing deep balls early," said
ALLIGATOR PHOTO "Willie ran very hard Saturday," UF Woodford hit the jackpot in the Ohio UF wide receiver Terence Barber, who
Willie McClendon will start Saturday against coach Steve Spurrier said. "Lookingback state lottery in May, 1989 and claimed his caught three passes for 51 yards.see .
I Akron Instead of Errict Rhett. He earned the Job we obviously should've given him prize in early October.
with his performance against Tennessee. Notebook, page 15
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more. (Woodford) called me that night and


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out pretty well." The UF mend basketball team will hold

MATT ADAMS That it did. Although Schwartz said she never had any doubts mandatory meeting Tor. anyone' interested .
Alligator Writer she would finish the ride, at about 1:30: p.m. Saturday the South In walking pn to the jeam tonight'in' .
You'll have to forgive Anna Schwartz if she's a little tired this Florida heat almost wore her down. ;the Gator Room' at 6:30: p.m.' -

week. "I wouldn't say I came close to calling it quits," she said. "Butit \UF head coach Lon Kruger'and his staff,.
** The Gainesville resident and UF graduate set world record was the hottest part of a record-breaking hot day in Miami." will be at the meeting, located outside the

for endurance cycling last weekend. She rode nearly 24 consecutive When she's not riding,she works as a nurse at Shands Teaching southwest corner of Florida Field, to'.discuss ., '
hours between 8:15: a,m. Saturday and the same time Sunday Hospital's bone marrow unit. About two years ago; she decidedto requirements for playinl'I: I<:- $
morning."I'm start cycling seriously. :;.",),;Any student,enrolled in 12 credit hours*

pretty excited about it, now that it's sinking in," Schwartz When she started, she said, she was"kinda fat and pretty much or more;that meets the NCAA's requirement :;'1"
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rest was spread over eight breaks during the ride. cycling including crossing the continent in less than 20 days. .watIt tq" .' _ Schwartz,27,broke the record of her friend, Susan Notorangelo, "Fewer people have done that than have climbed Mount Ever- ',boon'a, osalble."' who rode 401.6 miles during her 24-hour ride eight years ago. est," Schwartz said. ;:v., "" "}

During a ride last year with Schwartz, Notorangelo. herself offered She estimates the cost of her record-breaking effort was between fIII'r'
*the challenge. $1,500 and $2,000. To help offset the cost of the-event, she

"She (Notarangelo) said *,Why don't you try to break my record? '
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Not opioIIV Pattcaid ., IP Ph, Un',,sshy .I FID,,da VOLUME 84, NUMBER 37 IItI( iIpilIl dId ll loridh WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17,1990 Students on committees may get vote By ROBERT COLVILL Alligator witer Three-fourths of the city's planning committees said in a survey presented to the *ABy MATTHEWSAUER Gainesville City Commission Monday that Alligator Wniter their student advisers should have the right Police combed the 57-acre Biven's Arm Nature to vote on community issues. Park and surrounding woodland Tuesday for clues Two commissioners who make up the City -that could help solve the seven-week mystery of Personnel Committee will review the survey who murdered five local college students and recommend whether the city should go Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton dealong with the consensus, City Comisstribed the process as an article search sparked by sionerTomnMcKnewsaidTuesday.Thecomsome recent Task Force investigations mission will make a final decision on the "We're looking for objects connected to one or voting issue Nov. 5. more of the crime scenes," Clifton said "We have McKnew said he expects the commission a specific list of items and we know some suspect to approve student voting on those commitor subject frequented this location tees that supported it in the survey. Clifton would not name a specific suspect orgive "It isourintention to gowith everyone who any dedication of whether the case was close to agreed with it," he said. being solved, but he said the Task Force's invest gations had reached a "higher degree of activity' Commissioners also will examine why recently, leading to the woodland search some committees decided against student "Solving this case is not something (hat's going voting, McKnew said. to happen overnight," he said Every night we He said some committees, such as the prevent this individual from striking, through our Airport Authority, can't allow students to vote creased patrol presence, is an accomplishment" because they are bound by state laws, Clifton said the search produced several items Other committees said they are against that appeared valuable to the investigation, but said student voting because of students' poor Florida Department of law Enforcement crime lab attendance, McKnew said experts will determine their significance City Commissioners also appointed 18 UF "We found a number of things that, on face value, students Monday to positions on various city have potential value to the case," he said boards, such as the Economic Development A group of 40 searchers comprised of Florida Committee and the Green Space Committee. National Guard, local police and Sheriffs deputies. Those appointments will give students more FDI.E officers and volunteer parole officers input into the city's decision-making process, tramped through leaves and grass at the 3650 S industrial engineering senior Nelson MiMain St park, looking for clues to tie one or more randa said Tuesday. of the possible suspects to the murders. "We need to get the word around that National guardsmen, wearing camouflage and students can have a say (in the city's deciusing metal detectors and staffs, prodded the thick sions)," he said. undergrowth and located "four or five points o UF economics senior David Damon was interest,' said guardsman IL. Mark Hunter. one of those students appointed. -Hunter, a member of the 153rd Engineering 1Ehis provides a means where students ANat Pk d Company in lake City, volunteered along with his have a greater influenceon atens A Natlonl Guardsman searches Bivens An Nature Pafk and the fellow guardsmen to help search the wooded area trce on activities in surrounding woodlands Tuesday as part of the Investigation into the Gainesville, and it will look quite good on a murders of five local college students. The park Is near the intersections resume, he said. see Search, page 9 Alligator Staff Writer Dan Emns contribof South Main Strt end Southwest Millisier Road. rted to this report. Reporting necessary to prevent sexual harassment By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer On the first day of class a few years ago, a former UF instructor asked all female students with large breasts to sit in the front row. Students may not realize that snide and often overlooked comments about gender arm a form of sexual harassment and a breach of both UF and Florida law, said StudentServicesAssociate Dean Phyllis Meek. Any intimidating or hostile work vironments, including unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors or offensive corments are considered harassment and must be reported to be corrected, Meek said. Unnecessary touching and unwanted propositions also are blatant forms of harassment, she said. "It certainly appears to still be a problem, and students are reluctant to admit incidents of sexual harassment," Meek said. "Many women feel this is part of what they have to put up with," By UF policy definition, sexual harassment is "unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature.It consti tutes a form of sex discrimination and is a form of employee misconduct which undermines the itegrity of the University." Subtle, but uncomfortable, situations such as an anatomy professor showing textbook illustrations of naked males, but using Penthouse photos of women is gender discrimination and a violation of UF policy, she said. And students must be encouraged to report these incidents, she said. Minority Affairs Assistant Vice President Jacquelyn Hart. whose Affirmative Action Office is in charge of all formal harassment complaints, said she has received no formal complaints from students so far this semester On average, Hart said, abouttwo formal complaints are made each semester. Once a charge has been made and an investigation has been conducted, punishment can be anything from a reprimand to termination, depending on the severity of tht case, she said, Sexual harassment is a sensitive issue and sometimes students don't want to get involved with formal charges. Hart said. Usually students would rather talk to counselors or administrators instead of complaining, she said "It is a power play," Hart said "But that's why we are here, to remove that feeling of helplessness. Jaquelyri Resnick, a UFCounsel ing Center psychologist, said when students are victimized, they feel powerless, fearful and guilty Thoughts that no one would take them seriously or that they somesee Suvny. page 9 Caffeine addiction could be problem for students.3 UF graduate sets world record In cycling. .16 Officials seek murder clues in local park f

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2. ALLIGATOR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER17, 19% WHAT'S HAPPENING I want to tell you: The Gay and Lesbian Student Union meets tonight at 7 30 at the Institute of Black Culture on West University Avenue Everyone is welcome, and the group will discuss AIDS awareness and safer sex. Call the Gay Switchboard at 332-070(). For no onE: The American Marketing Association's next meeting is canceled this week, and the next meeting will be Oct. 24. Call Shannon at 375.2702 A day In the ite: Everyone is welcome to a discussion on life after death by the Baha'i Association tonight at 5 in Reitz Union Room 150 Call 373-9640 Yellow submarinet The UF Sail Club meets tonight at 830 in Little Hall Rom 125 Call Roger at 377 '774 Revolution: The College Democrats meet tonight at 8 in the Buckman Hall lounge. A Lawton Chiles/Buddy MacKay video will be shown. Call Chris at 334-6690. Hard day's night: The Benton Engineering Council will finish its Homecoming float immediately after Thursday night's meeting at 7.30 in Weil Hall Room 270. Call 392-0994. Maxwell'ssliver hammr:The In. stitute of Industrial Engineers meets tonight in Weil Hall Room 273 Call 392,0907 SI, said, she said: The Women Students' Healthcare Task Force meets tonight at 5 in Dr. Ken Fin-. a a ger's suite at Shands Hospital. Students are invited to discuss the administration's level of commitment to women's services a UF Call 3733332. She's leaving hom: The Trans fer Activities Council meets tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Room 334. Call 376-1757 Instant ker.: Alpha Productions, a student public relations form, meets tonight at 5 in Weimer Hall Room 1076 Call Jeanne at 373-2351 or Kevin at 335-1985 Watching the wheels: Team Florida Bicycle Racing Club meets tonight at 8:30 in a Reitz Union room that will be posted in the elevators. Call 373-3308 Tomorrow never knows: Gainesville Right to Life will showithe video "Eclipse of Reason" at noon today at 921 NW 13th Street Otto Gerry will lead a discussion of late-term abor. tions following the film. Call Lois at 378-7824. We cam work It out: A resume preparation workshop will be held tonight at 5:30 in 328 Well Hall as part of the Society of Black Student Engineers' meeting Call 392-7969. Junior' farm: The Wildlife Society meets tonight at 7 in Newins Ziegler Hall Room 112. Hey Jude: The UF Judo Club meets every Monday and Wednesday night at 6 in the Women's Gym. Call Lari at 336-9452 or Kevin at 336 8159. Haip!: An Engineering-in-rraining review session is tonight at 7 20 in Weil Hall Room 334. Call Fatima at 372-8328. She's a woman: The Society of Women Engineers meets tonight at 6:30 in Wed Hall Room 279 Call Pam at 373-7105. Give peace a chance: The UF United Nations meets tonight at 630 in Reitz Union Room 357 Call Bharat at 33&4206. Twist and shout: Join the Reitz Union Aerobics Club and attend any of the numerous aerobics classes offered. Sign up now in Reitz Union Room 330. Call 392-1655 Power to the people: Join Project 99 for a community study night in Turlinglon Hall Rooms I05 and L007 tonight at 7.30. Call Dave at 3774875 Paperback writ.,: The School Board of Alachua County is hosting an "Open to the Public" Textbook Give-Away today through Thursday 94 at the Textbook Warehouse 716 NW 10th St. Call Marci Buchanan at 336-2860 And your bin can sing: The Black Student Union is looking for individuals to participate in a talent show. Tryouts will be Oct 23 in CSE Room E222. Call Tony at 334-7921 or Rob at 334-7911. The word: The AIDS Peer Educators are looking for volunteers to educate students about AIDS. Call 392-1161. ext 281 volume 84 ISSN 0889-2423 number 3 rite independent florid. alligator Not oi assocantid with, he Unlnrglly ot Florida PLishad by Campots Communicrafon. 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WEDNESDAY, O( EGBER I7. [i$. AILIGAIOR. 1 Hang 'em high -. I~~ Local technicians Steve Campbell, left, and Howard Bunch help set up the O'Connell Center stage Tuesday morning for the Fleetwood Mac concert tonight No Fleetwood Mac opener should start concert on time Procrastinators who assume concerts always start late will miss most of tonight's Fleetwood Mac Homecoming performance if they are not there by 8 p.m., the show's producers say "The band doesn't have an opening act, so the concert wll start with Fleetwood Mac exactly ateight," Student Government Productions Chairman Raul Smoke, gli By SHARON W. HARWELL Alligator Witer Sick Building Syndrome, a term applied to eye irritation, headache, fatigue, irritability, nosebleeds and other symptoms, when they result from contaminated buildings, can be caused by such common items as mold and cosmetics, a Harvard University professor said. Such indoor air pollution was the topic of a lecture by Dr. John Daniel Spengler Monday night at the OF Health Center. Spengler's presentation, tied "A Public Health Perspective on Indoor Air Pollution," was co-sponsored by Environmental Science & Engineering, Inc. and the UF Environmental Sciences Department. Spengler, a professor of environmental health science, addressed a lecture room packed with students and environmental engineers. He focused on the causes and hazards of Indoor air pollution. "'The topic of indoor air pollution is interesting because It is so real Mateu said. We've been assured they'll start on time. If they're late, it will be 15 minutes at most." Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol will transport students anywhere on campus beginning at 9 p.m Mateu said. SNAP buses will pick up students at Gate One. Concertgoers may park in the ie pollute to all of us," Spengler said. Pollution is present in homes as well as businesses. According to Spengler, poor ventilation is responsible for 50 percent of the complaints about Sick Building Syndrome. The rest are attributed to contaminants such as cigarette smoke, carpet glue and solvents and unknown causes Sometimes the complaints arise from general discomfort. Other times, illness actually occurs. "I've seen buildings where up to 60 percent of the occupants are affected," Spengler said. Sick Building Syndrome can have serious effects, including cancer and respiratory problems like asthma, bronchitis and emphysema, when exposure is long-term. These illnesses occur despite the body's built-in defense mechaWanis, which Spengler calls "the garbage collectors of our lungs." These defense mechanisms sometimes can prevent invasion of the body by the contaminants, but particles from asbestos and glass Hume Hail or O'Connell Center lots. Parking also will be available in Fleming Field north of the stadium About 2,000 tickets still are available from Ticketmaster outlets, Mateu said Ticketsareil 50forstudents and $20 50 for general public. -PATRICIA LEE indoor air are among those of which the body cannot rid itself. The particles settle in the organs of the body and can eventually contribute to the development of disease. Spengler considers the issue of indoor air pollution important be cause it concerns the health of the US. population, the increasing el. derly population, current construction practices and the number of personal injury suits filed. Some companies, Spengler said, are concerned about the problem and are working to combat it, sometimes out of social responsibility, sometimes out of fear of liability, Spengler hopes that solutions will come from this self-regulation, but he also stressed the importance of the strong laws and health codes imposed by the government, which he feels play a legitimate role in solving the problem. "We will continue to hear a lot about it until solutions start working their way through educational institutions," he said. Greeks floating through work on '90 Homecoming By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI sil, most were waiting unBiI sunAigator Wnter down to turn empty railers and pIs of wood into their interpretaSounds of hammers and saws tion of the Homeconung theme k i I is awake We Oughta Be In Pictures.' may cep omle %u( ell this week as construction of Homecoming 1940 floats and house decora ons began Monday nighi at on, I'F fraternity houses While several Iraterie. were working in he [uesday afternoon MembersifSgma Nusaid they planned to work from 8 p to to 2 a m every nighi this week float conSirution takesa lotof tine because it's not as simple as see Floats Oage 7 Students disregard hazards of caffeine By BETH REDFORD Alligator Writer As Century lower chimes at 8 on d Monday morning, a UF student subconsciously guides him self to a Coke machine, drops in fifty cents, grabs a can of instant energy, flips the tab and gulps it down Now, he can endure 50 minutes of biology IF faces a new drug problem. as students, adapting to the rigorous schedule of college life, become addicted to caffeine, health officials say. 'Students think they need caf feme in order to stay awake to study. therefore, they become overly dependent on the drug, said Joanne B Auth, a UF health educator. iF student lUslie Cain drinks eight Cokes a day, and she has no intentions of quitting her habit She does not feel she is an addict or think her caffeine consumption is a health risk 'It is the only thing that I can drink dunng the day that will keep my energy level up and keep me awake through class." Cain said. According to an article by Dr Jose Llinas, aGatnesville resident, caffeine is one of the most widely consumed mind-altering agents in our society, primarily because of its stimulating properties Single, large doses of the drug cause anxiety, avariety of physical symptoms and elevated pulse and blood pressure in healthy people. Caffeine is easily abused because it is found in a variety of items. Many soft drinksandfoods, including gelatins, puddings, chocolate and soft candies, contain caffeine. 'the No I caffeine abuse at UFi is diet Coke," Auth said. "It seems to be an incredibly popular beverage, especially among women who don't want to gain weight According to the Food and Drug Administration's National Center for Drugs and Biologics, caffeine is an ingredient in more than 1,000 nonprescription and prescription drugs. Often it is used in weight-control remedies. alertness or stay-awake tablets, headache and pain-relief reme dies, cold products and diuretics Caffeine affects everyone differently It is a relatively nuld drug for most people but does cause severe problems in some Students do not realize headaches. drowsiness, runny noses, nervousness, mental depression, irritability and stomach problerns.an be related to caffeine, They coilune to use large amounts of caffeine, which only adds to the problem, Auth said Smokers have the highes toferance for caffeine because the effects of caffeine are suppressed by cigarettes The effect of caffeine is retarded in smokers by 50 percent, and smokers tend to use largeramounts than nonsmokers. "Smokers run into a problem when they try to quit because the caffeine rebounds on them," Auth said 'They experience an extrastrong effect from the caffeine which probably scares them Recent studies indicate that coffee contributes to diseases including coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, bladder cancer, pancreas cancer and colon cancer. But some students aren't worried "I don't really pay attention to the studies," junior Mary Beth Forrester said."When I wantacup of coffee, I drink a cup of coffee When I want a diet Coke, I drink a diet Coke. I don't think about the long-term effects." Curing a caffeine addiction is not easy and must be done gradually.Authsaid UF doesnothave extensive counseling for caffeine addiction, because it is a relatively new addiction to society Auth recommends a weaning period "When making coffee, start mixing half decaffemated and half regular," Auth said. "When buying coffee in a restaurant, ask them for a cup with half decaffeinated and half regular This way you can still enjoy the flavor that is often a little bit better with the regular coffee but still decrease your consumption of caffeine."

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4. ALUGATOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, l9a ELSEWHERE Senate set to approve civil rights bill WASHINGTON (UPI) -Despite the threat of a veto, the Senate prepared Tuesday to pass a compromise civil rights bill that would overturn Supreme Court decisions and restore the full strength of ant,discrimination laws affecting the workplace. The White House and Attorney General Dick Thomburgh have said the bill would be vetoed despite intense negotiations and sponsorsefforts to meet administration and business fears that it would lead to hiring and promotions quotas. Several senators said President Bush would like to sign the bill but is being pressured by Thornburgh and top White House officials to veto the measure. The legislation would reverse or modify six Su. preme Court decisions handed down in 1988 and 1989 and four other decisions that date back to 1985 involving awardsand lawyer fees injob-discrimination cases. "he measure also expands the historic 1964 Civil Rights Act by allowing victims of intentional discrimination to recover compensatory damages and in the most severe cases punitive damages. The original bills were passed by the Senate 65-34 and by the House 272-154, both short of the needed two-thirds majority to override a veto. But since then Senate-House negotiators have made major changes in the bill in a futile effort to meet administration objections. The compromise bill expressly provides that nothing in the legislation should beinterpreted to even "encourage" adoption of quotas: declares that static, tical imbalance in the work force does not by itself constitute discrimination; and limits punitivedanmages to $150,000 or the amount of compensatory damages. 'We have repeatedly modified this legislation in an attempt to meet the concerns of the administration," said Sen Edward Kennedy, D-Mass. "So far, however, the attorney general continues to recommend a veto." Greenpeace calls for garbage burning ban MIAMI (UPI) -Greenpeace environmental activists in Dade and Pinellas counties scaled 150-foot incinerator smokestacks Tuesday and unfurled banners calling for a statewide ban on garbage burning. The five climbers in Pinellas Park and four others in Miami climbed the stacks along catwalks and ladders at about 2.30 am, said Jeanne Whalen, a Greenpeace spokeswoman, "Incineration is an international problem," Whalen said. "We chose one day in Florida to highlight the problem in this state. But we want a national and eventually an international ban on waste incineration The protesters in Pinellas County plan to remain on the stack until Wednesday aftemoon, said Green peace spokesman John Mitchell. Juliet Brenegar of Greenpeace in Miami was unsure how long the Dade County climbers would remain at the site. The protesters had enough food and provisions for several days, Mitchell said. Greg 'lla, a spokesman for Pinellas County Sher. iffs Office, said authorities will not attempt to bring the protesters down. "We'll just wait until they come down, then they'll probably be arrested and charged with trespassing." Officials in Miami said they, too, would wait for the protesters to come down voluntarily. Jurors denied transcript o FORT LAUDERDALE (UPI) -The judge hearing the obscenity trial of rap group 2 live Crew refused Tuesday to allow prosecutors to give jurors a transcript of the band's controversial concert, saying it could unduly influence the jury's perception of the performance. Courtroom spectators were asked for proof of age at the door and no one under 18 was allowed to hear prosecutors' digitally enhanced recording of the Miami group's June performance at Club Futura in Hollywood. The 50-minute tape, made by undercover sheriffs deputies, was played while Broward County Judge June Johnson followed along, reading the government's transcript as the music blared from two large speakers, Prosecutors wanted to distribute the transcript to jurors to help them understand the largely unintelligible tape o the concert, held two days after son s from the groups album, "As Nasty As They Wmnna Be," were ruled obscene by a federal judge. Johnson said the transcrpt could distort the jury's perception of the concert because it contained added informatlo, lacluding descriptions of what was hapeaing on the oge. "I do beleve this would deact from the jury's abily tvojudge thepfonmance ssa whole," she said. Th judge late swem in the jury ad sequestered the panel for the duirslon of the trial. The ruo was the rt of two victories Tuesday The incinerators in Miami and Pinellas Park are among the largest in the country, said Mitchell, who called the demonstration a "peaceful, non-profit protest against the use of incinerators that pump thousands of pounds of mercury into the environment each year.* More than 40 percent of Florida's surface waters yield fish whose mercury content surpasses federal safety linits, according to Greenpeace. ne two Greenpeace target sites are among It in operation in Florida, Greenpeace officials said. In Pinellas County, the protesters draped 50-foot vertical banners from stacks at the Resources Recovery Facility that read, "Don't Bum Florida," and "Mhe Mercury is Rising." Activists at the Dade County Resources Recovery plant in Mimi posted identical signs, along with another banner that read, "Save the 'Glades. Ban the Bum." 11e principle source of mercury in Florida today is garbage incineration," said John Liebman, toxics campaigner for Greenpeace. Pollution control devices are ineffective in captur ing mercury and about half the mercury emitted settles within 60 miles of the stacks. "while the rest can travel hundreds of miles, he said. f 2 Live Crew concert for attorneys representing band leader Luther Campbell, Mark Ross and Christopher Wongwon, who are charged with giving an obscene performance, a misdemeanor offense. If convicted, each would face a maximum penally of a year in jail and a $1,000 fine. Johnson also dealt prosecutors a blow when she refused to allow information about an earlier concert to be presented. On the night in question, the band gave an earlier concert for tons under 18 that did not contain the graphic language or simulated sex acts of the later perAce Assistant State Attorney Leslie Robson said Campbeirs caution to the first audience that he could not. perform the "Xrated" version showed he intended to perform an obscene concert later. The defense argued the first concert was irrelevant because the band members were only charged with wha-was said during the second concert. Before listening to the tape, Johnson was told a school clan and other young people wanted to watch the proceedings, prompting the judge to order bailiffs to ask for Identificatio from anyone who looked younger tha Is. "If they're not (18). they will be tried away," the judge sad Johnson sat expressionless while prosecutors pled the tape. A few spectators quietly nodded and laud third fret to the rhythm. 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We. had Nizs in the White Howe, and each day provided a wonderful saw Cad Hlamen atrocity It was a splendid ColuMniet opportWEiy*r a roiohnnt Thi eMhn a ge to learn the value of con1e3it, vidule and satire. It also gave me a pile i sus paper dippings that continie to scare the hell oat 4 editors oeats later z Student employment and frdiul opporuaile arwe available In advertising, business, oduction rmK on, or the Aggaer gi m ap by our ofim at 110 W. Uuwsb Amoag Mae mk Coast 1rga

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WEDNESDAY. CTOBER 17. 990, AIUJGATO,5 Experts: Cameras not disruptive in courtrooms By SHARON W. KARWELL Alligator Writr News photographers crammed into the courtroom press area. grappling for the best angle to get a shot of the disheveled man. Reporters, unable to hear over the commotion, congregated around satellite trucks outside the courthouse to listen. Inside, scarred and unkempt 19year-old Edward Humphrey, apossible suspect in the murders of five Gainesville students, was the center of attention. Reporters crowded the room trying to catch any muffled words he might utter. Photographers attempted to keep the noise of the clicking cameras ata minimum to avoid being asked to leave. Later, Humphrey's grandmother would say the press prematurely convicted her grandson, who had not been charged in the killings, with pictures and stories which depicted him as the murderer. Thescenein the Brevard County courtroom on Sept. 6 is the kind that raises questions about whether cameras in the courtroom interfere with a person's right to a fair trial. Most reporters say that cameras cause no problems. I've never seen cameras or reporterstobe abig disruption," said Gainesville television station WCJB's reporter Barbara Johnson. who was present at Humphrey's hearing. "People only notice them at first and then forget about them." But others say there is opposition to courtroom cameras. "People against it say cameras will damage the right to a fair trial," explained Bill Chamberlin, director of UFs Brechner Center for -Freedom of Information. The fear is that cameras will disrupt courtroom proceedings and intimidate trial participants. There also is concern that the media manipulates public knowledge and opinion, perhaps giving the public the idea that suspects are guilty before they've been tried. Chamberlin believes such fears are unfounded. His view is that cameras actually act as a control to ensure the appropriate execution of justice by "keeping the trial participants on their toes." His beliefs are supported by recent research that shows cameras do not interfere with the judicial process. The research, which fo. cused on Florida criminal trials in 1989, was conducted by Dr. Sherry Alexander for her UF doctoral dissertation. Her findings come amid major changes in federal courtroom rates about cameras. On Sept. 12, the Judicial Conference. a national group of policy-setting judges, voted to lift the ban on cameras in federal courts. Starting next July. two federal appeals courts and six district courts will open their doors to broadcasters on an experimental basis. Alexander is confident that when other researchers study the effects of cameras in courtrooms, the findings will be similar to her own -that cameras do not disrupt proceedings. "There is no mason to think that Alachua County murder trials are atypical," she said. In conducting heroin research, Alexander spent one year. beginningJanuary 1989, observing criminal trials in Florida's Eighth Judicial Circuit, headquartered in Gainesville. She focused on broadcast coverage of the trials Alexander observed only murder trials, which she says tend to draw more media attention. Such highly-publicized trials have brought criticism against broadcasters throughout history. For example, the 1935 trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, accused of the kidnap and murder of the Lindbergh baby, resulted in a ban on courtroom cameras. In that trial, reporterswereaccusedofcre acting a carnival atmosphere. Although 55 years have passed since the Hauptmann trial, five WCJB cameraman, broadcasters states and the District olColumbia who want to cover court proceedhave not yet lfted bans on cameras ings are not permitted to be dis in the courtroom But based on her ruptive. In fact, courtroom rules research, Alexander concludes sometimes make it difficult for the that broadcast journalists follow press to report the news asaggrescourtroom guidelines closely, with sively and accurately as it would few exceptions, and they do not like. disrupt the judicial process. According to Ron Bidford, see Camer, page 8 Monkey business falls apart! They didn't advertise in the Alligator. Reacha 48,000 Raders ir ~ aghh 4brg p daculkl d Wpmy I w. p conn Call Adlerg"at376-442. F VA t& 373-1234 I3rd Avenue Now 3 locatuonsf 375-1234 Roses N $1495/Doz 33&1234, 12 PW!CE SPECIALS s CREA We 37-2 | 8P W. LW.'. 376-7204 Are you interested in a career with the largest privately-held corporation in the U.S.? 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,. ALLIGATOR W[NI SDAY. OCTOBER 17. 19) OPINIONS One in five You walk into class for what seems like the 40th time, sit down, take out your notebook and pen and settle in for the usual 50-minute lecture While you wait for your professor to arrive, you turn to The Alligator's editorial page and begin to read. While you're waiting for your class to begin, we have a question for you to answer and think about: When you open your notebook and start to take notes, will you be listening to the lecture of a woman or a man? Chances are, you answered that you'll be taking notes from a lecture given by a man. That's because only one in five UF professors are women. And more importantly to those professors are the number who have tenure -less than 50 percent of all female faculty have tenure, compared to the 70 percent of all male faculty. Tenure to a professor is like a long-term contract to an athlete. It gives the instructors job security and assures them they will have an environment where they can pursue intellectual goals without tough restrictions. Many reasons are given for women instructors being looked over for tenure, including that many women leave the system before they're eligible for the award. Less than onv in 10 of UF's instructors are tenured women. But the tenure problem starts at the root -the pool of professors, which is anything but evenly divided between men and women. UF needs to find a way to get more women to enter the field of higher education. UF Vice Provost Gene Hemp said administrators already aggressively recruit female doctoral students. Maybe the administration could combine that with other recruiting techniques that target women as undergraduates. Another way administrators could help is to encourage UF's women faculty, letting them know the administration supports them in their efforts to get tenure. Almost everyone in the UF hierarchy, from professors to top-level administrators such as UF President John Lombardi, realizes a problem exists with the number of women faculty and the percentage who are tenured. We'd like to encourage administrators and Lombardi to keep his promise to look into this problem and actively seek solutions. A change won't happen overnight, but it will happen, if administrators and professors work together to make the gender of UF's faculty proportionate to society. alligator Jud Managing Editor M.D. Cumella Leteds Policy .tt$ 1C The .Ifr Mould M Icfed alo words (bout One & lO pPst. They Mould e ype de sbiflpacd and signed They Mkouie Irtudf a typed nfl add.ts and telephone number Nines wil he Wthld If te wie MOws ust caus it yJ hW Ad QuetonIs INa the dIteIl page dtor I 3714456 -I Idunno about you 8ys I tired ofpr frdinshap thrlls tfiale", sp Srlters Iwho cme Intour locker crmL .-. Alh '(I V. / Getting in UF is no piece of cake It is a miracle that I am attending the University of Florida. Am I exaggerating? Yes, but I am also being realistic As a high school junior in a small Mississippi town, I began taking the ACT and proceeded to send my scores to UF every time. I received no inlormauon I wrote to UF to let them know that my family had kept our Florida residency through the military and that we had kept a house in-state as a rental I had always planned on attending F. We finally received an application, after sending my ACT scores three times and writing two letters. The application arrived two days before it was due back in Gainesville. My father had it notamzed, to prove state residency, and I sent it out the following day. Several weeks later I received noflicabon that my application had been turned down because it was late. We called UF to report the circumstances behind my application being late. The woman said that since it was their fault, they would have accepted it back, except for one thing. By changing high schools, I had missed a half credit of social studies. She was telling me this in the middle of the second semester of my senior year, so there was no way I could make up the half credit. I was taking several "bull" classes, and if I had been notified artier, I could have taken another social studies Instead I would have to apply as a transfer student. When we came to visit UF during the summer of 1989, we were given a tour of the campus and shown a film about UF. We told the man showing the film all the trouble that had occurred when I applied the first time. He told us my letters were probably not even opened because they had an out-of-state return address. I am sorry, but I do not understand that I do HIV+ group still accepting members Editor: We would like to thank alt those who called for information about the anonymous, confidential support group for students who are HIV+ that we are offering through Student Mental Health. We know it is difficult for st dents infected with Hfi to comi *o Mark Raines LIFE GOES ON understand that UF does not need to solicit students from out-of-state and prefers to enroll instate students But, I was and an, a Florida resident, The fact that my father is in the military, and we were stationed in another state should not have penalized me I have talked to several military families who have had the same type of problems with this university Even when we moved back to Florida this past summer, it was still not easy to receive information over the phone or through the mail. When my mother and I attended transfer orentafion we were amazed at how easy and helpful the whole orientation and pre-registration process was. It seemed that the easiest way to receive assistance from UF was to actually come to campus. So in the tradition of 1he Alligator, I an going to give my own version of Darts and itirels. LAUREL to UF for having such an effective transfer orientation during the summer to help transfer stidents make a smooth transition. LAUREL to the UF woman who talked to us about my application. She was very friendly and helpful That is more than Ican say for the other UFemployees we spoke to over the phone. DART to UF for not providing better assistance to military dependents who are Florida residents living out-of-state and for making it so hard to receive information through the mail and over the phone Something has to be done to correct this problem. When looking into Flonda State University. I did not have these correspondence problems. Mark Rai=s ia tefrcommsketiou I)NiOr forward for support. particularly when there is such a societal stigma associated with this disease. We want students to know that we still are accepting group members. We assure students that no cords ae kept within the university concerning their participation, and students may even use pseudonyms during the group. Highest among our goals is to provide supportive serlices while protecting students' identities. Students who are HIV+ and want to learn more about the group can contact us by calling Student Mena) Health at 392.1171 and leaving a first name. One of us will return Your call propty. wayn,, Gdin unds L*VMS Ca-kS., HWV+ sPrt 01ro0 Editor y A. Plunkett Opinions Editor Jacqueline Reslier ilfr 3WPIL

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, I9., AUJGAIOR 7 FLOATS from page 3 stuffing paper into chicken wire, said Jason Fisher, a Sigma Nu pledge. "Getting everything to work is the best part," Fisher said While the floats are not easy to make, it's not all hard work, said Pete Stewart, another Sigma Nu member. I.E ASHOW UF freshman Rich Rollo, right, and Mlogy junior Mado Ferandeg work on lawn dcorations at the Alpha Tau Omega house Tuesday. "Its kind of a social thing-with doughnuts and milk only," Stewart said Fisher said Sigma Nu members and pledges, along with members of the Sigma Kappa sorority, will pitch in to finish the float. "We make it a big party," Fisher said. However, the party isn't cheap. Fraternities can spend between S300 and $1500 on the building materials. Some fraternities choose not to build a float to save time and money, said Tau Epsilon Phi member Steve Woolf Woolf and a handful of other TEP members were busy Tuesday beginning their float. Woolf, who worked on last year's float too, said all the time and money was worth it, even though he missed the parade because he was so tired. "As it pulled away, I had a good feeling," Woolf said. Fraternities get bonus satisfac. tion for their efforts if they win the Homecoming-float competition. Some fraternities even have members stay up all night to watch for vandals. The skeleton structure of Sigma "You don't want to leave your float unguarded." Stewart said. Social fraternitiesaren't theonly ones who take the float competition seriously. Alpha Rho Chi member Erik lu's float sits outside the fraternity house Tuesday. Kasper -whose fraternity is a national, professional, co-ed architecture organization -said extra pressure is on his teammates to build a good float because many are architecture students. "It's definitely not going to fall over." said Kasper, who said the fraternity's float will be a re-creation of Groman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood C(] -GA ( S $ S Alligator Advertising French Addiction T ___Y ___T A SAPP'SPAWNUU UN LingerIs Boutique Stun Guns .Mace SAVAGES Penta Halons: .MYERS SERVICE CENTER Stn Gun Kinky Kloset WE %PECIALI/E ONLY IN MYOTAS Legal on Campus NINA'S COSTUMES .r p ( ALL AND Ask ARM T me'I LOw PILIkS 1636W Univ 375-6462 SlW Un Av a 3 l 6028ze 376-6752 111 NW 6th St 373-5655 KKF ON CAMPUS! Tiffany Thompson Jennifer Slone Caroline Montanus Karen Bryan. Amianda Short Julie Pesano. Lynne Cohn Elisha Cohen Cynthia Demos, Stacry Parks Sarah Walker Brandy Upright Lisa Simpson Stephanie Derms. Elisha Cohen Kim Klaus, Kim Kukulka. tart Walker Dir Speakers Bureau Honcming Computer Dir Dir, Jr Panhellenic Panhellenic Prtors Senators Vision Party Chairman AD Disabled Student AfTairs A D Service, Jr Panhellenic A.D. Social, Jr Panhellenic AD Speakers Bumau Omicron Delta Kappa $ $ I s -EEM

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.AIGAT(R. w DN I CDAY, f( 10131 R17, IAn CAMERA from page 5 "itOl mike too much noise, rihe press area may be cleared," I Bid ford said "Some pidges are more sringent ian others aind won't allow any movement ley give you the courtroom rules before the trial starts Fidford said broadcasters usually are confined to one place in the courtroom, making it difficult to get a good vantage spot for camera shots and to hear the proceedings Fhe difficulty in hearing, also noted by Alexander in her study, tAN NAI(EO T.J. Morngssey s Video Danice Club Wednesday is: "3 FOR I Drinks" 9 til 12 F11,11ole; T.J th, foJ. result, Iorm te lick of sound equipment i he c (urtroom Only one Iu oipe is allowed in the count troomin severely restricting abi bIyto hearIthe proceed igs 'I eel very stiongly that every courtroom has got to spring for wiring for a good mincrophoune sys em to provide more excellent cov erage," Alexander said. She believes Ihe one-microphone rule limits coverage and could result in distortion of information She recommends that media and court personnel work together t wire courtrooms for more electronic equipment Alexander also recommends that broadcasters continue to be required to follow courtroom gudelines strictly to keep distract ions minimal Most likely, the debate over courtroom cameras and the con troversy between free press and fair trial will continue, but federal courts soon will be a testing ground for both issues. WCJBs Johnson believes the cameras will win in the end -without interfering with the right to a fair trial "In my opinion, the benefits of letting the public seewhat goeson, vastly outweighs any disruptions .1< French Addiction Lingerie Boutique Presents Halloweens: Kinky Kloset "I %, ~I i i iil"2 CLOWNS NINA'S COSTUMES 1636 W. UNIV. 375-6462 MYERS SERI(E ([NFl R 376-6752 Attention Students: TV 69 (UHF) Bost in Cirtan felo Fo rnoreinae 407297-0155 Why did the chicken cross the road? To get a copy of The Alligator! Cal Balfur (b/.g R;,go One Hundred Reasons to Buy Yur College Ring NOWI Save $100 on 18K, $60 on 14K and $40 on 10K gold rings, in great designs only from Balfour. Order yours today-this special Age of Reasons won't last forever! THE FLORIDA BOOK STORE 1614 W. University Ave. Gainesville. Flrida 32604 D-p r

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W NLSI AY t I 13:R 1 1. 10 AJ-lGAUR 9 SEARCH from page 1 Eat your broccoli anyway. ,ag,,avrZcesm for anything that could relile to one of the suspects "We're looking for stuff that shouldn't be here in the woods," Hunter said. "We found some interesting items, but nothing that couldbe described asa weapon per se Anything we find we're pointing out tocriminologistson the scene" Hunter called the woodland search a longshot but said investgators suspect one or more of the persons tied to the murders freSURVEY from page 1 how caused the harassment could prevent them from seeking help, she said "They might feel, well, 'Why would someone say that to me, or why would someone do that to me,"' Resnick said If that's the case, students will feel isolated and angry, she said But by finding help, they may be able to sort through theiremotions and come up with ways to handle the problem, she said Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen said it's important for UF to make students feel they cai come to administrators orcounsel ors for advice or a listening ear. "Usually I think this kind of in quenied the park "If the [ask Force didn't think we had the ChanoV to filnd( something out here, they wouldn't have called us in, he said Clifton said polke re Invesagat ing a recent multple-murder case. in IouniScna, as well as five or six other leals throughout the coun try, but would no( give spwcific about how close the Task Force may be o an arres "We've never indicated we have a suspect in tusiody,' he said. I ast month, pohie searched three retention thirds for Lues -formation is shared with either a fiend or a person they already know. handeen said Some swdents don't want to take action, but they do wan! to gel i1 off their chests'" In the spring of 1989, a sexual harassment sursy was distributed toboth minandwomentofind out howmuch UFstdentsreallyknew about the issue [le survey, the results of which haven't been tal lied yet, was UFs first systematic investigation oi (lie subjcl i about eight years. said tuleni Af fairs Associate Vice President Helen Mamarchev A task force. ( rlted I o review UF Iiarasnmtn jiohy. recon Mended W's poiCy be madc stricterand orespuaifit Priserv I ng Coll ld enl Ial 1 addIresu Ig ;h 1c two at the Hawaiian Village apartment of possible suspect Edward 1. Humphrey and one at Gatorwood Apartments, where wo ofihe murdered students were discovered Task Force spokesman Sgt lick Gerard said officers distovered nothing of value at either search Police started luesday's search at 9 a n and finished about 3p m Gerard said The park remained open the entire time investigators continued their search, although visitors were kept away from areas being scrutinized. "hostile environment" issues and outlinmng complete tomplat procedtires were ideas advised by the lask force Ihese reconimendca I ois were added to I Fo policy 'We needed to mke sure that not only was our polty legally correct, hot we were (onluinig to do all the educaion efforts," Maarc'hev said UFfprts brochureson the problim. holds new faculty sem[iars and has increased the number of educational and Iraning programs lor graduate students who work in the field, she said Sexual harassnient cioptaints can be brought against anyone im a supervisory role and then direeted to Uls AtfirnaiivAction Offke All casts a
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Sailing aIS s String at 6233 12 Bedroom MEADOWCAEST 1tO NW 3Nth Ave 375-3861 12 14 76 2 "Chxck Our New SpecialAll Amenil.em Available FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommates Available We,.No 1 REGENCY OAKS 375-570 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373-4500 2001 SW I6th Street 12 14 76-2 SW LUXURY Condo, 2BA. 11/2 BA. pool, hookups. icenmaker, near UF/etiopping, nocl waler & garbage pickup. $450 KEY MANAGMENT 372-3040 10 10-4-2 oAC CUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $273/MO LYONS APT 40 soW H AV. 377Th 12 1476-2 LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASKI 0260 moves you in Close to UF and Shands 376-124,. 1030-20-2 ALOHA GARDEN APTS Have a New Year week VacatIon at Daytona Beach on usl 3009 SW Archer Rd 377 0556 1010 132 ONE MONTH FREE Studios and one, bedoom from $235 Walk to UF College Park Properties 371 -7777 10-31-23-2 ONE MONTh FREE or security system Villager West. ceftralir, quiet cul-de-eac lAle NW 9th Street from 16th Ave 371-7777 10-31-23-2 ROOMMATE NEEDED Walk to UF 2br/1la. $175 College Park PropertIes 371-7777 10-31-23.2 2 quiet Zbd 2rid loor elte. perches, storage, Cent H/A. d/w, fans, SWVillaa. 6375, waler Ic. 373-0701, 10-1-10-2 NO SECURITY DEPOSITS Titl mend,, rent FREEI I berm studio apt. Nice. close i. campus. Ub0dw* Call Tracy 37&-2lit 10-182 FOR RENT: UNFURN-. WALK TO UF, 2BR efficiency wIth sepa rite entrance, shared bah A kitchen, 1111 some utilities, $275 KEY MANAGE MENT 372-3060 10 19 4 2 Pets welcome no lee Beauliful erra cotta fIe floor College View Apartments 37t 7777 10 22 S 2 2 bedrooms for rent in house for quiet nis student,, bike ioUF Foncedyard.no ac, SIo rent, 5150 deposit, 1'3 ulil 9 3783371 10 17 2 2 4bd/2ba aparmlent WiD, cont ac S bike from campus well lit parking pea On $730/mo, clea nice, available Jan I Call 377-Bas 10-29 10 2 FOXMOOR condo 20R. 11/2 BA, Bike to UF/ahopping, need only deposit for quslified tenant to move in. $450 KEY MAN AGEMENT 372-3060 10-19-4-2 ROCKWOOD ViiLAS etudy, blinds, and unit 335-2703 10 29 10 2 2bd/2be with $575/mo Call Duplex apt for rent I br If kil, bath ac/heat, 3 blocks from UF, I bi off Unv Ave $250 00 monthly plus security A frame also. call 338-1639 10-S 13-2 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE Arrodondo Farmsrentals from $260 oir water sewer garbage pick-up, lawn main Also some great buys Ouleti Will take long term travel trailers 378 9291 Open weeends too 12 14 47 3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Sublet I BR apt Pool, laundry security Pets OR, near UF $290 per monIh 370 9453 10-17-7-4 Oakbroo Walkto shire 2bdr/2ba, fully furnisied. equipped kil own washidry Available 12-90 Must lease' $215/mo Call 335-9234 10-24-10 4 Looki House for rent. 2 or 3 I bdrm/I 19 bt Large yard w/ deck Close 2 campus & mail Pet ok 0495/mth Call 376-7652 10-17-5-4 1 berm, furnished apt in Pine Rush 81k. m dielance from UF $200/mo lese oig $279) 2 1/2 mo lee. And had A/C Must lease Call 334-0745 or Ie free 10-17-4 4 WALK TO UF Ibd. pool, laundry Ausilable now to May Furnished $260mth Call 335-0744 10-22-5-4 Furnished one-bdrm apt one blk from UF in the beautiful SW $305/mO October free Call Tim 372-7111 or drop by Colonial Manor ofc 9 to 5 1017-1 4 5 ROOMMATES TREEHOUSE VILLAGE Romme aveli Re sere Your rom fell Bue terylce to UF and SFCC Fum ar unfurn 175$-= per roomne/m ll prop 'A. Inc Retor375-ON CLIBERALI mI roommate wanted to share 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood it2 mile t UF, S5Mmo + 1/2 utIl 3725W 10-1-15-5 Mature person wanted to share ld 2ba coo. ii SW area. close to UF W/D. pool, tea Syselm 1285/mo + ulbt. Call evenIngs 373-460 Or 3l-471 10-22-' M immt needed for own bdrm/bath in wSmto I Pa Pla e si/mo. in ul Call 335.085 for info 10-tS7-65 ROOMMATES Student looking lor reliable roommele $135/mo + ,/2 ului 4thAve between 11th A 12th Streeta Call Parlock 335 0766 10-1 75.5 Female to share 3 bedroom house in quiet N E wash/dry cent heat ac S.1/secure small pet Ok Fonced yard Pl55pm 377 7609 10-17-4 5 Neo-Primitve to share house by Westage Fireplace. no air, poor heat. loft, wooded lot 100 mo Own room Tim 302-6052 leav message 10-185S FN/S to share nice house with *nviro aware veterinary students Own room $170/mo + 1/3 until Great location Call 374-4400 10-2510-5 Fenee roommate needed for spring somaster Own room In a great house Only one blockfromUF Pleas. carlJannifer 371 -3949 10-26-10-S N'S responsible M Studeni needed own rm in NW area walk/bike to UF a/c/heallwashdry 190/mo unil 3-mo leams or more Lang 377-131 101-6-5 w*F for huge fully furn bdotbs in 2/2need now thru May $190 orig 312) seciut'l 2nd fir, cis to UF pool, morel 334-8593 101955 Need nonsmoker tor own room i large townhous.,a o, washdryl d.p yr e" r"ed no pets. 100o /A utilities 332 4333 *0-17-3-S LAKEWOOD need ns o/f ?or own bd/ba in 3bdiabe wssc system $232/mo 1/3 uIl Calf 335-959 10 1-S-5 F n/s roommale needed in fbd 2ba nwe apt in Greenwich Green $220'mon 1/Sut call 335-1504 10-22-5.5 Seeking high callIber fieudicue rmmt 2126 e. /, *no drug., responsible. brda,minded SWM or straight demeanor GWM only rely to share epacous bdro ba apt wamen 5-10m1 walk to UF. $185 1/251c negotiable Call 370-4712 10. 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O(TOBlER 17, 19S, A GA1VR, I FOR SALE KRAMER guitar strat style I humbucker 2 eg call p/upE $250 MARSHALL lead 20 amp sounds like COW. $250 Wil package Call Mar378 6615 10 1 3 6 SALE Professional Recording Equipment Foslex A8 reet 10 eel $699 Fostex 350 Mier $500 Akal ME 10.0 Delay $99 Randle 100 W Hall Slack $299 Gold Standard. 377-2646 Safari Audio wine more trophies at IASCA evenie than all other stores in Gainesville combined 4110 SW 34 St 3. 336-112. 10-23-6-6 FOR SALE LET S TRADE Alto saxophone $300 value lor a compute, desk wile drawers and chair or wLL sell or buy either Call Karen 371 1073 ove msg ) 10 22 5 5 COMPUTER Compaq portable wco processor. 20mog new hard drive carrying case Very good cord $650 call 3368672 Bob 10 18 3-6 King size WATEFRBE Semi wave oss maitrese w/ healer & headboard Excel lent condition $200 or best otter Call 378-0056 10 15 3 6 Organ Yamaha Fleclone, xc condition 81000 Shipping trunk iarg. $75 Air lickeT If All to Cvite $40 Pea 3,2-1981 or leave message 10 17 2 6 Two East stand Homecoming lickeis Or sale $3200 ob CallHeidiat 1 800 225 2321 ext 7391 (9 5) or 1 201 233-3109 I have one homecoming and one Gtor Growl ticket Call 375 2791 leave Meg sage 10-17 2 5 SINGLE BED mattress, boxAprirg, and frame tor $35 Call 377 1408 10 23 5 6 baby crib $50 toddler car seat $10. char, $30, rattan hanging chair$30,chaps $35, new car speaker (2) @ $20 each Call 336 1850 10 22 4-6 Dorm refrig octagon table A 4 chairs 4 barrel chairs, desks sota, chair, 6 cane chairs, IBM Dielectric 1 posters 3732128 10-2356 Office equip IBM electronic II Toshiba copier, workatalions, desks S chairs oft supplies life cabinels Ig maps 373 2128 10-26-8CIE. 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Ha~el t Ia1 Whe _Ca1. d TI -sto w o lcme OAjdhAF 4aaye I _e -~ ~ t"st c W .i U DATE, $leSa9hlll E M*d~ D c.I c g, aid $1se "UN .A m mCAP .lli ms FOR SALE F sher stereo VCR with remote $150 SEGA system eight games $050 Must sol need money Call 3135 6957 10 19 3 6 BIG TOP What giant Iabby has Halloween colors' 10 17 1 6 SALE Fender Fretless P-Bass $299 Fender Sirat $349 Guild 12 Sring $299 Takamne Bruno $249 All Guilars on SALE Gold Standard 377-2646 10 18 2 6 7 REAL ESTATE Home or rale? Land Too sale? Buyers Maret? Don 'I let an opportunity to sell your property pass you by Alligetor Clas s'lieds oiler you the cheapest way 0a keep your real estate in the public eye Where else can you keep your property In the market for as little as four dollars a days To make Ii even easier you can place your ad over ho phone all you need is a valid Visa or MasterCard Call 373 FIND today to place your ad Rockwood Villas condo 2/2 lor sale by owner 335-1982 10-239 7 Gel your real estate license Tu & Th even igs 6 0 pm 818 W Univ Ave Starts Oct 23 371 2787 Florida C enter for Real Estate Education 10 23-8 7 8 MOTORCYCLES MOPED REPAIR Preeision Smell Engine Pickup 5 Dalirvry available 4236 SW 35 Terrace across rom Alley Katz 336 3825 10 31 37-8 000065 YAMAHA 2 350*. Wd~acrng kit VERY FAST' MUST SELL' $1000 000 ***Call Ray 335 9312 IV msg**O 10 Z5 10 0 9 AUTOS 1982 CAMARO. / New paint / super clean interior / Alpine stereo / rebuilt trans A must seel $3200 obo Call 335 2202 leave message 10 22-309 1986 NISSAN 200SX, black 5-speed mintedindows aic,cruise coniwol power windows loaded Very nice $5300 Call 1-473 2951 ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES low payments Iasi drive thru service. S habla Espanol 377-2277 377-CARS WE CARE 10-1 10 9 1907 Mercury Sable 4dr LS par door rocks, seats. windows, sarc, amfm rape, aulo, wht extblue ml Ex cond must sell best ofter 334-5053 10-19 11 9 Mazda RX7 tan. 1984 ether nt 70K mestrong A fast. now tirs. 5 speed $5900 obo 374-9590 ask for Max excel cond 10-19 10-9 86 RO7 SE 47K, sunroof, sic, lint Poliena RE-71 ties. garaged. cover, *A celleni $11.000 obo Call 376 7542 10 1950 FIERO SE, black, sunroof 56,000 original mils In perfect condition $3800 Must sail best olff Cal 377 5528 109 4 9 *. -Us. an I,.-ie =60f -M s Os f A ?ALL DBM N OS ItdS M WILLM cINO T5" 5 aL ITN F CAN AND "4 FLASHY "t UNTl Ms THI1S Te OEi IOU NOEw WHE mS 5 GetaM TO WHICH YOU 04it 54! M Tmim~S COiTiIi Vae Occ reft. AUTOS 60 HondaCRXHF whitew,blueirle or 32 000m, 5 speed new lon, r es arer, gas m1sage very dependdble please call 371 986 10 19 8 9 1976 Chevy van *0130 000 mies Runs good body not so good Sill has many miles sft Fort McCoy 1 p36 2161 10 17 5 9 1961 Dodge Omni 4 Sartaii of A Irans very dependable good mpg runa great Asking $975 Call John 3/1 90SO IV mess 10 19-7 9 1986 NISSAN 200SX a c 5 speed power windows Cruise control back tinted windows, 1 owner extra nce $5300 Call 1 473 2951 10 10 5 9 1985 Ford LTD Wagon Excellen cond lion' Loaded runs great NICE CAR Will sell At loan value $2350 Call 332 3690 10 18 5SO Porsche 944 Blaupunkt options new tires brakes eng Fast & beautiful $bOM look tor only $t2 995 332 7550 after 3p m 10 19 5 9 BMW 3201 automatic great slesh sur toot new tires brakes eng-no Looks good runs good $4995 332 7550 afe, 3p m 10 19 5 9 NEON LIGHTS FOR YOJR CAR'i CUSTOMIZE YOUR AUTO WITH A COLOR 335 1297 anytime to 22 5 9 Buick Real 1982 Low mileage runs great many new parts asking $2400 Call 373 6567 or 374 9640 10 22 5 9 1969 beige classic convertible VW Flee lie New top new paint rebuilt engine Runs great Sacrifice at $2800 obo Call TIyier a 3S 9002 101949 Better han now 1990 spory burgandy Honda CRX Under 5000 mis Stereo system A/C $500 cash and assume loan Ive rasg 336 7058 10 23 5 9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOLD, Gems Class Rings ETC Top I or trade Ozz a Fine Jewelry 373 9243 1214-76 10 NEED AUBURN TIX Have 2 Growl & 2 homecoming game tickets Wiirng 10 Make trade and/or pay $ Call 336 9413 10 175 10 NEED AUBURN TIX Call 378-3900 10 18-5-10 FiX Need 2 Auburn S35each Need 6 Oerargia lix $40/each Call Jeff 407 894 4065 No collect calls 10 16-3 10 Wanted One Growl andor Homecoming ticket Will consider Irade lor Auburn tickai(s) Call Scott at 334-9598 10 17 Need S lintete to AKRON UF Need des perately I Will pay $6 Call Rick 813 933 5265 10 17 2-10 NEED AUBURN TIXWILL TRADE GROWL TIXICASH 375-1269 10-193-I0 TOP DOLLAR FOR GROWL AND HOMECOMING TIX CALL 332-0895 10 19-3-10 WANTED Stack Firebid aluminum rims iroTm 19087 and up Call Brian at 3368289 10-23-510 DESPERATEf Need 2 or I tickets for GaFia game Call 335-7274 leave Me sage 10-2S-810 Need 4 tickets for FSUjFlonda football game in Tallahassee, Saturday Dec I Will pay premium Call Kathy at Marlin Enterprises collect at Sie-A47 8100 or lax 616 487-8013 10 26-8 10 NEED 10 AUBURN TICKETS Will pay big $ Call Joe 376-4339 10NEED AUBURN TIX Top Dollar Call 372-2332 11 SERVICES NW In storage at 1-76 NW 30th Ave learOas Mallarea, 5x5 to 10x20 from $20. 40% disc. to students 332-8917 SERVICES **** LETS PARTY ** Color Boogpe 371 4919 Prolessonal DJ service all musical lormars 12 14 4? SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE Get coniidearial esing and Ireatmeni ar PLANNED PARENTHOOD 37! 08 12 14 76 11 ** GATOR MOVING** FulIlServ MOVStorage)Pack o I FeHse Full Days'Evos Long cIs Lic/ins Hartyrill 374 4791 12 1 4 76 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lea Sons boarding woodser laciliciis hay rides paries a sales working students accepted 466 3224 375 8000 2-14-78 11 *SUNBELT MOVING* poeorional Moving/Packing & Sulo res I Item House full Loca Lng ,;. L'c/ins Priced for Sudenrsi Many 375 MOVE 12147811 AAA STORAGE Close to UF Conve'e, 4x4t4 $15rro llies $30 mO 533 SW 2nd Ave 377 17 7 12 14 76 11 I11 IIN61 FPEE Pregnancy Tesl CarnlesiI Women s HEALTH CENTER 720 NW 23rd Avenue 377 5055 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Servces 12 14 75 1 $COLLEGE MONEY Prrivde scroar ships College Scholars1-ip Local rS por 1881 Joplin MO 54802 16'1 800 679 7485 12 14 75 11 BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION' CS Military tear gas & personal prolection into Keychain unit or home canister $1795 each ,250 shipping Checks Ok VisarMC phone ordersI Sent Immet ae ate Cai, Acion Serminars 6141 Parktoirest Blatorn Rouge LA 70016 or Ca i 504-751 0495 Horse Boarding 45 acre a r e,1y pro lesso no' care in peaceiu' round ig Daly turnout grooming and TLC 462 5127 11 2 40 11 SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS FOR COL LEGE Are available, Mii ons go an claimed yearly 1 000 334 3881 11 19-So 11 Personal Protection tear gas pockol sized, $13 95 Great gilt LCM 2041 A Forest Hill Blvd W Palm Beach Ft 33406 10 31 20 11 BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233 NW 10th Ave 372 .664 MC/V ISAInsurance Free Pregnancy Test Memoeer National Aborion Federation 12145311 STUDY material Florida Teacher Certil cation Exam *FTCE Only $2695 Send checkimoney order to Teachers Support Services Box 2585 Apopka, FL 32104 oh 407 889 8469 11 2-20 11 *Associate utoring* English, Math, Humanities, etc It you need help, Call 335 ?746 10 T3 10-11 Will walen your Children in my SW Trends Weekdays while you go ro saoco or work I am a Mother ol one Cii11 337380 10 17-5-11 Attention StudentsFRI-S. r, fr' U S Grants for scholarship, tc'' ohip ntornships residencies, an] ril.arch grant$ Oions of dollars now k.ailable Call 24 hr grant hotlime I 40--H
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L2, A]LIGATOR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1990 SERVICES Car Slereo inslalia,onmConsultalions S35 45 1 will help you gel a good deal No commissions Ca'l Troy 172 0879 10 193 11 DONI SE NEXTil Protect yourself with The 'PARALYZER' Keychain unit or home canister $11 S $1 50 Shipping (checks OK I Dde Enterprises PO BoX 16440/ Litlle Rock AR 72206 or Call 501 376 2467 10 30 10 11 12 TYPING SERVICES *Typing reports business legal resum s cssells transcribed apple Cations lellers A notary *X10 Available 24 hours/7 days'372 2777 12 14 76 12 MICRO CENTEAJ Typing 376 0339 Full & sell service computinQ Open until t1pm school nights Typing starts @ 1 loopg Resumes $5 Sif service as mes $2 S0nr 15/page Laser ypesn graphics Spell check theses papers special characters employ meI databases a m ailmerge training WordPerlect specialist Vba/MC 1214 52 ?2 Typing Word Processing Quality de pEndable service Reasonable rates Laser printer 377 0175 fit 9 O0pm 12 4s 76 12 *@ORESUMESOOOO Complete writing A development ser vices Tesume House 371 8148 12 14 76 12 Tyorgi Word processing WordPerfect 5 1 quality work, fasr r esUITs low rates dependable personal service Tara 332 1469 12 14 76 12 Typing *Laser Typesfei** resumes reports eltos As etc 375 SIT5 3500 W Unix Ave Alachua Word Processing 2-14 7 12 Pul Ii in *riing FAST Accurate, reliable Maslers in English will correct spelling and Tdi Transeobing 373 1937 10-29Tern Papers Typeset Resumes Business Legal Personal Etc G'ville Handicapped Typing YOU WRITE IT WE TYPE IT 378-7179 12 14 50 12 S/page accurate, Fast, A reliable Graduate school approved, 12 years experI once Mary 372 0708 10-17 2-12 TYPING SERVICES T L C for your papers themes, etc Mac 2 & laser graphics spell check edit 373 9e19 leave message 1 50 per dbl spp P 0 22 5 12 Quality typing done quickly and correctly Reasonable rates Call Kym 334-9155 10 18 3 12 Typing & Typesetting -These Dios Maruscripts ONLY Experienced see Grad Sch list KB Williams -332 1402 12-14 40 12 13 HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The Independent Florida Alligator Must own reliable van or pick-up truck and be available from 5 a mr until 9 a m Monday through Friday Must have excellnt driv,g record and valid Florida driver cones pay per roI plus Mileage Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West Ui Pvesilty Avenue Ask for the rout. driver application No calls, please ATFirma!'ve Action/Equal Opportunity En' player AVON 375 8967 Sell Avon Full or Part time We Tram Berefits Insurance 12-1476-13 EARN $25 This week Foryour blood plasmadonaio with his ad Our NEW COMPUTERIZED system allows you to donal. a 1i2 The tmal Study while you donate or watch videos Free Parking Gainesville Donor Center Est 99 238 SW 4th Ave 378 9431 M Th S 7 Fri 6-5 Sat 82 12-14-67 yoa ce WYMMfu I% Top SW"t OctfrltIIaflconbamftng oLgho ber 1W, a WFlt lee *ill be pkned in ft C SO D. The t fle ce wbl e correct er enfh day tIP l so tree opening might lickebtoM the Clyde -nq Cole Bmews CIcus 0n Monday. Octos, 22od A ,idde. in quecuon and nw rnasTTo. a dOr. ont dlosile"s 40c day To W in Nlte Fn ek Cflkafl iKe Alag M 3794446 with the ooncI nfl esen 0:0 a.m. a 12 pa. tmtmie wlm l aflhia~r t HELP WANTED Jobs in USA and overseas All occupa ions Don't limit yourself to those few companies that recruit on campus Jump start your job hunt Contact College re cruitars today Write to CA S I 652 W Palm Ave Placenpia. Ce 92670 11 2150 13 Paying 875 to quelled volunteers 10 parlicipat. in new drug Study for the treat myent 01 loCk ich (fungus of groin call 331-5379 21263-I13 INTELLIGENCE JOBS CIA, US Customs. OEA. *tc Now HIring Call I805-607 .000 E.t K-?tS 10-22-21113 .NANNIESNEEDED, Top Pay Top Families: NY and Vicinity, Au Psits Only In. 1.*0.4*-586 11-I 30-13 A national full service brokerage firm is looking for hard-working motivated people to work in their Palm Beach Gardens office Call M Deiter 1-800-821-9494 A L JWS pSlIN EOW ACtA fAILffA HELP WANTED INTELLIGENCE JOBS FED, CIA US Customs DEA etc Now Hiring List gs (1) S05 687-6000 Ext K 9486 1031 21 13 ENTREPENEURI TYPE "A PERSON. ALITY? EARN UP TO $4000 Gain management experience on cam pus Set your own hours Earn Irom $2,000 $4,000 during this sameser Call Now 1-100-960-1472 Ext 28 10-172-13 OVERSEAS JOBS Summer, Yr round, All Countries, All fields Free into Write USC. P 0 Box 52 FLO2 Corona Del Mar CA 92825 10&-B-13 Phone survey work, no sales, part time flexible eve S wkd hours. guar 34 25/hr + bonuses Call or stop by Cherry Com muncations 309 NE 39th Ave 372 4024 t0-I8-6-13 f4kW (IHO Wll p C' HELP WANTED NEED 20 BUCKS TODAY? An easy, relaxng way to pick up cash all that s required is a plasma donatic Earn up to $120 this month New dono only, with this Coupon only Come today Alpha Plasma Center 9 SW Ist Stree S ville 370-9204 1 1-813 n is In ATTENTION-perfect for students M-F 530 930pm phone sales, hourly wage. plus bonus Friendly atmosphere After 1pm 378 3238 10-17-3-13 Singing Messenger Wanted Must be outgoing Valid Driver's License 1sioons A Bears Ask fo, Brad 375-1199 10-23-S13 Drivers Needed Flexible shils, days & nights Call Today GATOR PIZZA 372 8202 10-22-5-13 -eNs TO DIl A Wm. AMT ~I( I r YO trAT DO4 HAb A WARN NOSC 109ag S.; ThE flE Gld Vt Ceaser 60 b al teff WRC aorrI ~An -88eeM0 W MNW T I. II 'a ofQ tsS wel 10 sk Thomas Burns I -JuST rr-e -LET'SFACE FACTS! F IT WEEtT Fo A. .R C YOU LOOK AWFUL ifte Irs NIGHTIME SPOKE CalT A6MN ST T OIL CRI%5 1r 'lo" am.,1 or LW komYS l 0 k&m OKI

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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1990, AUJGAmR. I L Love Someone. Drive Sober Gimnble sa Life in a Crosswalk PROFESSOR COZ AR N ? I 110i S flEC*N~ItSMGt $4Wi A Li'Ll -MauLE. .I VR(AT/?1regur Ve ME II Rfftnsul Fat nt Mi5m. W TM&" of PAN Mi Olk :x* Sg'.A it'z2eedYv4 1D QbW IW4i AV*LLTO frdiof Mai To If aft IAe y we HELP WANTED FULL OR PART-TIME Earn 10% commis Salon Ons playbi ad sales for Hippodrome State Theatre Start pmmedalely Sol your own schedule Training and supplies provided Earn $17 50 to $120 00 per sale Must provide own transportation Phone Mike McLane 373-5908 for iner view 10-22-5-13 Aat Mg Needed ASAP Must be highly motivated and able to work with people Must have car and insurance Call Today Gste Pizza 372-6202 10-22 5-13 *.ct Fundraiser OnCampuet Looking for a fraternity, sorority er student or. Ianiaslon that would like to earn H.lora one week on.a.,epu eerkeUng projectMust be organized and hardworking. Call Lies 0. at (6001 62-2121. 10-17.1 13 with good bodies for a NO NUDITY GREAT 376-3417 10-23-5 13 HELP WANTED Reliable, mature person wanted For Chores in beautiful new horse farm in ex change for use ot a horse English les son Access to trail ridIng Or can board own horse in exchange for work Flexiba hours Call Susan om at 371 8450 0 WAITRESSES NEEDED Apply in per son at La1ies 11 SE istAwe Thus Tpm-4pm 10-17 1 13 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS, terminals 9 PCS. buy sell rade rent repair Great prices QUALITY. CDCS 813 W Univ 338-0370 15 PERSONALS PREGNANT? Don't guess Got mmdi ate test results from a reliable source PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881 A. L. Graber -o ,idMv t ?I PWO hot -S" .s rf ea Ed George Jaz be4 o Z ros aumwn. aveyw whir S s Oro MALN 0'COMICI GETwT of Hi FAU f!LEAVE! iul, -A A I rn NRAWIr4Ul Aft LUVINSGOAT! K6 FTI NOOSERE C K ile by pablo IIDIEY U' IM U owlp KWE wifl YOUR FEET! ,o) MWi PERSONALS VurrnuCar eraRay BanGator Dreal prices reg or s sunglasses The Optical Laboratory 376 5583 818 SW 4 Ave I block from Ala Gen 12 14 76 15 Natural Foods and Vitamins Birkenstock Sandals Sunflower Health foods 67 SW 34th St 372 7482 String sale Gamma, Prince Head Wil Pon-syn goul $10,. other stores $20. At EZ Tennis we don t Match prices we beat Ihari 0 19 10 15 Ask your friends about EZ Tennis Our reputation is based on quality prod ucts friendly service at everyday y ow low prices t0 191015 The only part at your racquet that touches the bell is you sigal So don't sete for less than quality SaingingEZ Tennis IC. 19-10is For only $30, EZ Tennis has good tennis, running. and cross raining shoes lor guys A gals 4 Good selec' n going TSCtH 10 9T101is Now ha you he make friends at UF & SF00. ways to keep them dress well, play tennis don't forget the BMW El Tenmitl 1I 10-15 TShirt Sal0 FeaturmgNike, Prince son, Head. Le Coq Sportif. Rubike shirts% off EZ Tenni 372 2257 IQ 10 15 WIr all in 9 4 U buy shoes. racqute. shirts, or string your racquet. consider the tennis authority in Gyville EZ Tenis 34 St Plaza 10 19 10s At EZ Tennis our prices are nol as good as other storeshey are better' Our ser ice is not as coolit I definitely cooler' At EZ Tennis, everybody is so me body Periodin 372 2257 10 1 10 15 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get secia student discounts on exams and all supplie, at PLANNED PARENT HOOD 377 0981 12 14 78-15 Dimt Nt PERSONALS Permanent Hair Removal Call Katie at Omega E lociolysie Inc for nfo about [he PERMANENT removal 0f unwanted tacal A body hal, 374 4307 12 14 78 15 $STUDENTS GET CASES For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy a 372 1226 211W Uni Ave nel to Cen tral City 12 14 76 15 SAVE ON RAYBANS University Opticians 300 Sta 4TIO Ave 378 4480 12 14 76 15 *FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC* Serving UF since 1977 Moet insurance accepted 2 block from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave D' Steven Schearcl 373 7070 12 14 76-15 ***GET A GRIP*** Call ACTS 376-7105 The Spiri filed Campus Ministry SKYDIVE Skdi with The Wiliston Stydivers 335 7970 12 14 73 15 SKI SNOWSHOE! $169 personI 3 nights lodging 3 day lIft ticket skis i hour lesson. Apre ski party Breakaway Tours 377 6369 Spec@ Is Ilmiedi 1031 16 1 MARDI GRAS Only 92 spaces left Packages from $159 Don I iss this sally Weekend Breenaway 377 6369 0 31 IC 15 ALLEY KATZ Is a bowling center We have it allI Pool video games and beer Open until lam Mon Thurs 12 13 43. Classifleds. Continued on next page. SEXY WOMEN female revue PAY KELLYat Some people have a lot to say about the Alligator Working at the Alligator was a high Point of my college years. The Alligator gave me a chance to hone skills being acquired initially in the classroom. It Tn .m da -Ai iM Phtrp Yhelped me to develop the disor at Photography ulent hographic cipline necessary to meet daily newspaper deadlines with a good product I also learned valuable lessons about newswom teamwork and my responsibilities to colleagues and subjects alike. While the Alligator experience gave me a chance to develop photographic techniques necessary for pnofessional success, as importantly, it showed me photojornalism' power to touch readers' lives. hose lessons continue to serve me well today. alligalior Student employment ad training opportunities are available In advertising, business, production. promotion%, or the Alligator newfom. Plea. stop by our offiees at 1105 W Untiversity Avenue. MYA*li* Actios/Eq mel Opporuuniy Exopelr fill agree I we si". dinki Wt say vNe Cut set Fur V, eoff true MW FF Left I MICUA Peru, P, A 41M Nil m real. .fl no 7 00 j &: 2 &O l

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14.AIJJC;ATOR,WE )NES)AYOCt(B ER 7.1 PERSONALS $o 49 of, y sandwich a 1r0 drink SPE CIA[ Rages Unilimi'et & Del 1620 W Un v Ave (beh nd Fia Rook Siore) 376 6 743 10 19 5 is Busy A1' HC Ins week' 3 hr wash dry 'od ol v $40 or lb special Price uep SriaV 6FrUrvers ty Plaza Co n Larn dry A Dry C an g 1 620 W Ury Ave 3/? 9' 9 8 1 r) S is Beer Iow ig biiards at Alley Katz Coe, uni ,i' hoil th's 00 SOME THING DIFFERENT' '1 142415 YO,'I rho fir oi -he party al Cenre Stage Cosru'lmes masks make uP & l'orQ 3704 Newberry Road Royal Park Pila 10 31 14 *5 Halloween Costunes masks make up acceSSor'ts everything you need, feeh Annual Galiery of Hrror Centel court Oaks Mn I Darly roam 10r9 30 pm 10 31 14 15 O'Connell Centerfl 'er Upcoming Events *Flsetwood Mac in Concert. October 17 a 8 00 pan *Douglas vs Holyeid Closed Circuit TV FightOctober 25 at 8 00 pm 4A Sixties Musical Review Gary Lew's and the Playboys Gary U S Bonds The Box Tops Ti' Tokens and The Crystfs November 2 at 8 00 pm tennis Miller LiveNovember 4 at 8 00 o, *M C Hammer in ConcertNovember 6 a 7 30 pill Call 392-1653 FOR TICKETS INFORMATION '0 17 I is Real alligator mounts 5to eel long $1300 and up 454-3667 10 19 5 is ie Reitz Unto Barber Shop's Homecoming Week Specials are $5 off all Perms, Carefree CurlI Leisure Curls and Nouveau Waves and SI off all Full sets of Nail Tips Call 392 1810FlO, an appoint ment or any of these Services 10-19-4 i5 OUNS!OUNSIGUNSI 1800 Gun Inventory Over 500 handguns in stock Buy, Sell, Trade Repair Reloading suplise 46 3340 Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer 8mi South of 13ville on 441 Alm-Indoor pistol range Handicap facilities 10 17 2 15 A way out of men's crises For an spirationed message Dial 378 3359 10 194 15 UMBRO SHORTS. lor a huge selection of the hottest shorts around. check out Lloyd Clarke Sporiawe Ve goterm alt 1504 NW 13 St 10-19. 4 i5 *** Big Sale at Babalo Records 15 Days Only -Oct 15-31 Buy One Album or Used Taps. Gel One at Half price equal or lesser value Visit out New Store in Butler Plaza next to Cinema A Draft house or near EIF next to Univ Post Of. lice 10 26-9-I5 MIKE & KEN Thanks for giving me a home to come to You'rs the besi family one could ask for Go Gale,. I Love You foMi Dana 10-17-I-is PERSONALS SCHOOLKID S RECORDS We Guy soil and trade new A used COs LP s and cassettes 1 /16 W Unrversity Ave 10 1 7 1 15 Now nOctober s noot sg ing strong but winner break and spring break are not far along So pack up your Dags your Towels and beer the time far partyirng is just about here Sound flip cruise 10 the Ba 1.domas from FI Lauderdale includes 4 lighs pa'd Hotel Only Segioer person dorue occupancy required 305 783 4071 an day advance reservalons 0o Quired Port taes not included 10 17 1 1is Female pen pals wanted adventurous single physical-lihness conscious to nranic AnIonio Torrealba, box 2210 Maracay Venezuela of1213 15 MARKY You are Te greateSt guy 'n itn world and WO are so glad you are dating our roomie However do you cheal? Oh well con gratulalions on 1ie job in New York Love Cheryl and Liz 10 23 5 1s ***MUKAI PRINTS*** (playboy advisor) Victoria A P $800 Lisa XVIl, foaned $1200 negotiable 336 0306 10 23-5 15 TENNIS PLAYERS City Tennis Championships Oci 25 28 Westsid, Park 376 8250 Al levels T shirIs o players 10 23 5 15 16 CONNECTIONS GAY? 0I? QUESTIONING? GAY Switchboard 332 0700 24 hrs InfodflerainjeConsultation 12-14-76 i6 EYE EXAMS, contact lenses eye ds ease treatment 20 years ap Dr J Bockum, optometrist 917 W Univ Ave 376-1288 10-31-20-16 WIM S, 170iba. 20's looking for a W'F in 20'a to go out with to movje/dinnr and have some fun Box 21643 Gville, 32602 Try Ii. you might be surprised 10 19 9 DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT Beer, bowl' rg. bill lards at Alley Katz Open unil lam Mon Thurs 11-14-24-16 Corno ski w/ua in the powder of Brackenridge, CO 1/1 -1/7 $650 stud, $725 non Inel everything but meals Come by 330 Reitz Union or call 302 165l for ni 10-23-7 16 Come with us around the world 10 EPCOT on Oct 27 only 8351 stud $40 nonskud InetlTrans+ adnissponrrcome by 330 eitz Union to sign up or call 392 1855 10 23 s-Is SALTY DOG SALOON 1712 W. UNW RIGHTEOUS HOUR 6-7 pm Domestk Drafts 7S Imported Drafts $1.25 Regular Happy Hour 3-7 prn Mon .Thur 34pm Fri & Sat and AI Day Sun. CONNECTIONS UP College Bowl campus championship lournarneri Sign Up m 330 JWAU by lo1g rOuria hen1 i fOcl 4i5 129 10 194 16 17 NOTICES Meeting scheduled? Luncheon planned Let everyone know what s happening by placing a classified adi WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU WENT BOWLING7 I's 1 n J 'S different Alley Kar open nlili lam Mon Thure i I tS 17 DOG DAYS RUN 41 SK run 1 m run wit1 your dog Oct 27 Beem Weslide Park For more info call 3389747 1026 917 18 RIDES $45 rFl Miami WPB/Pomp $30 one way 6 yre of weekly Fru/Sun bus trips Pots ok, Pkg transported GMG Trans 3367026305-266 3780 11 5 30 18 If your Rickshaw is getting a hitte creaky find a ride here in the Rides section 19 PETS Werewolf for sale? Owarf Bunny supply increasing just a little too tasi7 Sell your Furry Friends fast with a Classified Free 2 mal, kitlen months old ange/white, Cute and Iraendly Need Ing home with vat care For more info 378-1835 10 18 3 19 or tocall Purebred beagle puppy, tenal. 3 mob old has all shor $100 negotiable Call 336184 1023 5 19 20LOST t FOUND Finders Keepers' If you find something, you can place a FREE sd Ii this section Be kind to some one who loll what you found Call 373 FIND FOUND Man's Seiko watch in front of Yon Hall on 1010 Call 332-8123 to de scribe A claim 10-17 3-20 FOUND Women's change purse found around one of the GA restroona on Oct 10 Call 334-8565 10 ID 10-17 3-20 FOUND Fraternity Iavalier on walkway at Plaza of the Americas Call Brad at 37A-200 Is D a claim 10-19-3-20 FOUNDFemale black cat with yellow eyes Found in student Ghetlo Call 376 2902 LOST k FOUND FOUNO pair o mooi se shell glasses across from the Episcopal University Center Call 336 6404 10 19 3-20 FOUND Bike 'emel in businessareaOn Monday 10 15 Call ol ID 373 4708 FOUND Set ot keys Wi weather chano purse lound on H0,3 by Salvation Army parking lot Call 335 3665 to ID 10 14 Reward no questions asked Please re turn personal property taken Monday Oct 15 from 282 Williamson Hall Black leather carrying bag ai brown Straps contaning 2 pair o special perscriplion eye glasses, also personal papers These items are for my use only and are importait TO me, not someone else Please return Ihset items Call 392 8754 10 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE MEd by Traie Michel Juae ACAo I Cc.y t'rn. plat. 5 High wind. 9 widdarg pfrnckpal 14 Gr.n land 15 Eden dwiller 16 CM dweing 17 erIous 18 Good lofrtune 19 Threed holder 20 Blab 23 Dawn goddess 24 lse ofa kind 25aM me Madac" Sr 29 End Gny. for one 31 Gov. agi 35 Uke a prid of 0onS 36 Enchant 3UBfcore 30 Forget ons a roubin in a way 42 Beh 48 Fabric joiners 44 Eearl 45 OnC, once 47 Lofty mounts 48 toy. 4901 Woor, in WW p 51 Arlo to Woody 52 Go for hick. 50 Encunr W Founaln treat 61 lbt t 64 On -: equel 55 Burden *8 Sin opening. 07 &fder 8B Yard pargo 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 3 3 4 7WeIe. B Act. 9 Swiss city on the Rhine 0 Mew 1 Prenlng need 2 "yay Con3 SWppry cn. IHum of 22 Grazzles 5 "Tr Traesure of Sierra 2 MIscue 7 Alex Haley ous S Big mourn? B Flt sound a Part Of pichers 2 Scout dge 3 Cen up 4 More r cnt 6He source 7 Actress Pt. uLsvtgni sart om 41 48 48 50 51 52 53 54 FRI W~gtbm.p-ijTfuag rn UL sta. rlLLL. Engerda rae Play fIt "ue Noel Measured amount. Family oar Utah's illy -apparent Putr or Paul 55 Aspire 58 Housetop 57 Cows I old way 58 SwIng around 59 Cartographic product 62 Fast flyer, for short 10/a. I = t JtWffl~d 1dU~US412kERLI%/*fb Aa =1 I I or r LI-Lir-I :L r or lwwl= =oeee LJKLJ LLEEI-LIF= NM D117w

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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17, IM. ALUGA'R, 154 Miami-Notre Dame series will end Saturday CORAL GABLES, Fla. -The Miami Hurricanes and the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame meet forperhapa the last time in thiscentury Saturday and both coaches re making sure the series ends with class. Notre Dame Coach Lou Holtz called Hurrcane Coach Dennis Erickson Tuesday to discuss ways to avoid any pregame incidents like the fight in the tunnel to the locker rooms before the game at South Bend, Ind., two years ago. The second-ranked Hurricanes also were involved in a pregame fight with Kansas last Saturday, and the Irish and Southern California tangled before their game last year. "1here will not be any problems with pregame stuff whatsoever," said Erickson, who took the blame for Saturday's incident with theJayhawks."We'redoing everything we can to prevent it; he's doing everything he can to prevent it, It won't happen 'We're talking about two class football programs -as good two college football programs as there are in college football," Erickson said. "And it's a great football game, a great rivalry. That's how we want it to be." The game Saturday will be the 19th meeting of the two teams in the last 20 years. Dating back to 1955, Miami is 7-14-1 but 6-2 in the last eight years. The only hope for continuing the senes this decade is inabowl game. Miami officials say they are willing to juggle their schedule to accommodate sixthranked Notre Dame. but the Irish have chosen to fill vacancies in the next 12 years with Florida State and West Virginia The series has been marked by hostility T-shirts saying Catholics vs Convicts are still being sold in South Bend, In 1984, Miami players taunted Notre Dame fans who were yelling at the Miami bench In 1985,Coach Jimmy Johnson was accused of running up the score in a 58-7 victory over Gerry Faust's Irish. Faust now coaches Akron, UFs Homecoming opponent Saturday In 1987, Notre Dameaccused Miami players of taking cheap shots and Hurricane safety Bennie Blades called Irish receiver Tim Brown "a punk." ne tunnel incident followed in 1988, and last year there was obvious taunting before the game Yet Erickson and his players regret losing the rivalry "To me, it's a healthy rivalry and one we're excited about playing," Erickson said 'It's too bad that it's ending. I hate to see it end, but it is over with I'm sure the last one will be the best one Hurricane offensive tackle Mike Sullivan, who was recruited by Faust before HoItz took over the program, said he regrets tht development. 'It's a case where we're not in a position to come home from the game and say, well, we've got them next year This is it," the Chicagoan said "As much hype as already goes into it, this is going to add fuel to the fire. This is going to be the last chance. After. this one, there's no looking back We're in a situation where we can't leave anything on the field PROBLEMS fom Pa 16 much, but that shouldn't be an excuse for a starter to not do his job," Spurrier said. "Maybe we haven't done a good enough job coaching. We haven't made any changes before, I think because when you win games, bad plays are overlooked, he said. "But they've been building up." The question of who to replace the line's starters with has been a problem for some time, McGeorge said. UF's interior offensive linemen Dixon, and guards Hesham Ismail and Chris Bromley have no true backups, which means virtually nothing can be done if they play poorly. The (interior linemen) have been consistent all season and Bromley has graded out the highest of all our line men, but (their scores) aren't what I consider acceptable," McGeorge said. "At this point I don't have a lot of depth and I really like to keep those guys together. But they need to im. prove." Playing Akron this Saturday will be a good test for the unit, Dixon said It should give the unit a chance to regroup and get ready for Auburn's defensive line Nov. 3. Auburn's line has been called the best in the nation. "We need to play like someone is pushing you to improve on every down." Dixon said. NOTEBOOK from page 16 "We didn't throw as many deep balls against Tennessee as we should have. We have to keep the defensive backs loose." Dean will redshhit UF quarterback Terry Dean will be redshirted this season and will have fouryears of eligibility starting in 1991, Spurrier said. Dean, a 6.foot-3, 195-pounder out of Naples, was considered among of the country's top prep quarterbacks after he threw for 1,188 yards and 16 touchdowns -with two interceptions -as a senior at Collier High, "We're going to give him a year to separate from Shane (Matthews) and the other quarterbacks," Spurrier said. RECORD from page 16 had help from several sponsors, including Nobilette Bicycles, who built her a custom designed bike for the ride. She also was assisted by Zipp Wheels and two other sponsors. King said Schwartz's accomplishment should not be overlooked. "It's funny but you tend to think in cycling that the people who ride in the big races (Qike the Tour de France) are the best cyclists," King said. "But I don't think any of them could have done the endurance ride that Anna did." Schwartz said she doesn't know what she is going to do next, but includes the possibility of a tandem 24-hour ride with King. Or possibly something a little more dramatic. 'Maybearaceacross America," she said laughing. "That might be fun." Look For Your Souvenir Homecoming 1990 Edition of the Alligator Friday, October 19th. d ute md.puudrn flodde alligator Iw -~) 4 .I. .* *,*4I t 4* .0 .0 0 I "* k iI 1 41 I $i -'fiql I.7 1 17 0

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lb AllIGATOR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. 19) SPORTS Offensive line looks to solve recent problems By RON KASPRISKE correc them" Staff Writer Left tackle Glenn Neely, who had a misAmgator S-erable game against Tennessee, was the [he films revealed what Rith McGeorge mai victim of McGeorge's changes already knew Neely will be benched this week against His offensive line, touted as one Akron and starting right of the nation's finest, was in big tackle Mark White will take trouble, his position. Meanwhile rePass blocking had become a serve lineman Tony Rowell, nightmare Draws and screens who began his career as a weren't gaining as many yards as defensive tackle, will move ,they used to, and IFs running t to starting right tackle. game was becoming ineffective Rowell, a 6-foot-4, 272McGeorge, the Gators'offensive pound junior, had been line coach, said Tuesday it was playing as a tight end in time to make some changes. short yardage situations "I think everybody has noticed and as a backup guard. that we've been getting some pen"Glenn has lost some etration and giving up some McGeorge confidence," McGeorge sacks," McGeorge said. "We're 'aid "Hopefully this will having some problems and we're going to give him a chance to see that he's got to get make some changes and hopefully try and better McGeorge said that although Rowell is a little smallish to play tackle, he has the toughness to do well. 'ony is not the size guy you're looking for to play tackle," McGeorge said "But he's a competitor and a tough guy who is always ready to play Starting center Cal Dixon said Rowell's intensity makes him a perfect candidate to play tackle "He's real wild on and off the field," Dixon said. "He always wants to be doing something He has played primarily at guard, but he can play tackle Hopefully this big shakeup will motivate us." McGeorge hopes so too Rowell McGeorge said UF's 45-3 loss to Tennessee was the final straw in a series of problems that began with the Gators' win over Alabama in the second week and continued in their victory over Louisiana State. Starting quarterback Shane Matthews has been underalmost constantpressure the last two games, McGeorge said. The offensive line was simply being overpowered, allowing two sacks against LSU and four against Tennessee. Things had gotten so bad that McGeorge said he was forced to seriously look at some of his reserve linemen and see if they were good enough to play. Before the season McGeorge and head coach Steve Spurrier said the team had no depth past the team's first unit "Our depth hasn't improved see Problems, page 15 ALLIGATOR 1O470 Willie McClendon will start Saturday against *Akvon instead of Errct Rhltt. He eamed the job with his perfonance against Tennessee. Spurrier makes changes in lineup UF will have a new look Saturday when Akron rolls into town as the Gators' annual Homecoming patsy, er, opponent Emmitt Smith's back. Just kidding. a* Gregg Doyet NOTEBOOK A change will be made in the backfield, though. Willie McClendon will start at tailback against the Zips, replacing Errict Rhett, the Southeastern Conference's third-leading rusher. McClendon ran for 27 yards on five carries, urnd caught three passes for 13 more yards last Saturday in a limited role in UF's 45.3 loss to Tennessee. For the year, the junior fromjacksonville has 259 yardson 53carries, and leadsUFrunning backs with three touchdowns. Rhet, averaging 75 yards a game, rushed for 10 yards on four carries. He added 17 yards on two receptions. The redhsirt freshman from Pembroke Pines has 455 yards on 80 attempts. "Willie ran very hard Saturday," UF coach Steve Spurrier said. "Looking back, we obviously should've given him the ball more." There's more. Sophomore cornerback Del Speer will start in place of Jimmy Spencer, Carlton Miles will play in place of the injured Jerry Odom and Tony Rowell will replace Glenn Neely on the offensive line. Spencer, who has blocked two punts and intercepted apass this year, had four tackles but let Tennessee's Carl Pickens slip behind him for a 47-yard touchdown, Speer, meanwhile, had six unassisted tackles against the Volunteers, good for second on the team "Jimmy has struggled a little bit, but he hasn't played poorly," Spurrier said. "But we think Del can play better The lineup shakeup wasn't fueled entirely by UF's 45-3 loss to the Volunteers, Spurrier said. "These changes aren't because of one game," Spurner said. "If something could go wrong last week, it did. We're not putting the blame on any one group. We'rejusttryingtostrengthentheteam." Rich Zip Akron assistant coach Mike Woodford caught a lucky break last week. A $15 million break. Woodford hit the jackpot in the Ohio state lottery in May, 1989 and claimed his prize in early October. "(Woodford) called me that night and said,'Coach, you're not going to believe this,"' Akron coach Gerry Faust said. He said, 'I won the lottery.' I asked him if he had the ticket, and he said yes. "The he said,'Coach, can I have Monday off?"' Fifteen million kind of makes coaching the secondary seem silly, huh? "I told him he could have the day off, but he better be in the office at 8 a.m. Tuesday," Faust said. "You'd never know he's got the money. Of course, he hasn't given me any of it." Woodford has only made one significant change since winning the lottery, Akron football secretary Patty Chaboudy said. "He got himself a Cherokee, or one of those four-door things," Chaboudy said. "He's still the same old Woody, though." Lat's pass Expect UF to open up its offense Sat. urday against Akron. A trio of Gators quarterbacks attempted 32 passes against Tennessee, most short routes. "I'm pretty sure Coach Spurrier will have us throwing deep balls early," said UF wide receiver Terence Barber, who caught three passes for 51 yards. see NStSabCk, page 15 UF grad sets world record in cycling By MATT ADAMS Algator Writer You'll have to forgive Anna Schwartz if she's a little tired this week. The Gainesville resident and UP graduate set a world record for endurance cycling last weekend. She mde nearly 24 consecutive hours between 8:15 a m. Saturday and the same time Sunday morning. "I'm pretty excited about it, now that it's sinking in," Schwartz said Tuesday afternoon. "Everybody else's excitement is wearing off on me." Schwartz pedalled 413.6 miles (28 laps of a 15-mile-loop track in Homestead, Fla.) atan averagespeedof I8 mph.Just23 minutes of rest was spread over eight breaks during the ride. Schwartz, 27, broke therecord of her friend, Susan Notorangelo, who rode 401.6 miles during her 24-hour ride eight years ago. During a ride last year with Schwartz, Notorangelo herself offered the challenge. 'She (Notorangelo) said'Why don't you try to break my record? I think you can do t7 So I gave It a shot," Schwartz said. "It worked out pretty well." Tht It did. Although Schwartz said she never had any doubts she would finish the ride, at about 1:30 pn. Saturday the South Florida heat almost wore her down. "I wouldn't may I came close to calling it quits," she said. "But it was the hottest part of a record-breaking hot day in Miami." When she's not riding, she works as a nurseat ShandsTeaching Hospital's bone marrow unit. About two years ago, she decided to start cycling seriously. When she started, she said, she was "kinda fat and pretty much out of shape," but training with Betsy King, former captain of the U.S. women's Tour de France team, quickly remedied that, "(She) took me out and tortured nt." Tat Intensive training allowed Schwartz to accomplish much in cycling including crossing the continent In less than 20 days. "Fewer people have done that than have climbed Mount Everest,' Schwartz said. She estimates the cost of her record-breaking effort was between $1,500 and $2,000. To help offset the cost of the-event, she .e lemnd, page 15