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Survey to assess how transfer students adjust I IBy


ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI Florida, also will send the survey to their students is 2.72, he said. "It seems like they'll go more out of their
Writer students. Parker said that in 14 of the 25 upper-di- way for students coming right out of high
Alligator While statistics have been compiled on vision areas studied,community college stu- school than for community college transfers.
UF administrators hope a new survey will the academic performance of community dents actually had higher GPA's than native "People who transfer here and don't know
shed light on the concerns and problems of college students, this is the first study by students. anybody need some help,"he said.
the school's 6,200 community college trans- Florida universities to see how community The areas where our students do well are National surveys have shown that transfer
fer students, said Barbara Keener, dean of college students adjust, Keener said. in the social sciences, humanities and education students do not become involved in campus
academic affairs for community college re- The state's Division of Community Col- ,"he said."They do least well in math- organizations, Keener said.
lations. leges compares the upper division grade ematics and science." But a pilot phone survey of 50 UF transfer
Keener and UPs Institute of Higher Edu- point averages of native students those While statistics show transfer students' students, most said they were involved in
cation are sending the survey next week to who have attended the university since their academic performance to be similar to the campus activities, she said.
about 300 students,who came to UF with freshman year-to those who transfer froma native student,UF may not treat the students "Our main concern was that there were
their Associate of Arts degree from a com- community college. equally, said Philip Walter,vice president of lots of observations about transfer students,
munity college. "The performance of community college the Transfer Activities Council. TRAC is the but we realized we don't have a lot of infor-
"We're trying to see how community col- students is virtually the same as native students social and service organization for transfer mation," Keener said.
lege students make the transfer into the ,"said Paul Parker,bureau chief of the students. Results of the mail survey, to be com-
University," Keener said. community college division's programs. UF does more for its freshmen than it does pleted in March,will be used to decide what
Other state universities, including Florida The average GPA for native students is for community college transfer students, programs need to be implemented for transJ
State University and the University of South 2.77, while the average GPA for transfer Walter said. fer students already enrolled at UF,she said.


Replacement bill UF clubsshowcased




causes SG scrapBy



Alligator JACK REJTMAN Writer at ExpoBy

Student senators welcomed l their newly elected suc-
cessors at a raucous Tuesday night double meeting full PATRICIA LEE
of drawn-out arguments. Alligator Writer
Before leaving, outgoing senators discussed how to
Gators will fall from the sky todayas
amend a bill that will force senators who leave UF for
part of the week's Homecoming
the summer to permanently give up their seats. And festivities.
after arguing for more than an hour, they gave the bill
Ypxrr w Jyi The Falling Gators, a student para-
tentative approval. chuting club, will land today on the
Outgoing Sen. Gloria Markus proposed that the sum- Reitz Union North Lawn to kick off the
mer replacement bill be amended to allow three groupsof 1990 Gator Expo. Waiting for them
students to temporarily leave UF without permanently under a big blue tent, international
giving up their seats. The amendment covers students students, athletes, doctors and veteri-
with military obligations, those who are financial-aid narians-in-training, filmmakers and
dependent and international students with alien status Student Government officials, will
who need to leave the country for an extended period. gather to show the UF communitywhat
But she said federal law already exempts military they're all about.
students from discrimination because they must travel. R.e yeY Gator Expo,a three-day event,is the
And of the 22,000 UF students who receive financial aid, Homecoming tradition designed to
Markus said only a small number are dependent. showcase UF student organizations.From .
"Students in these three (areas) have no control over the American Marketing Association
their situations, no choice whatsoever," Markus said. t to the Wildlife Society, more
But several senators tore the amendment apart, say than 40 clubs are participating."The .
ing it was unclear and poorly defined. goal of Gator Expo is to further
Law school Sen. Kane Radebaugh, who was elected the University's awareness of the
the new Senate Pro-Tempore Tuesday, suggested the many student organizations that offer
bill and the amendment be reintroduced next week
a I different programs to get involved
before the new Senate rather than pass an unclear pieceof with," said Homecoming ChairmanRob
legislation. Sniffen.
Other senators, such as Chris Tompkins and Nelson The event is sponsored by Florida
Miranda, tried to change the amendment to make it Blue Key, UF's prestigious leadership
acceptable to the Senate so it could be passed with the honorary society.

bill as a package.At Because students have classes and
the bill itself was on the of being
one point verge other concerns, they often are un-
axed. aware of the many organizations that
But after senators had quibbled about the amendmentfor could interest or help them, Expo director
more than an hour, one senator suggested that it be Allen Phinney said.
I passed with an amendment that would allow for exceptions "A lot of people don't realize what
to be made by the Judiciary Committee at'a later goes on,"he said. "Expo is just a large

date. -, sample of what the organizations are
Senators agreed to pass the bill with that- understand all about.

ing. Students who want to become doc-
Also at Tuesday's meeting, Judiciary, CommitteeChairman DANA CALAMARAS tors, help save the earth, fend off at-
Adam Tanenbaum was named the new Senate Silent playerA tackers or develop better eating habitscan

president.The when UF physical plant worker power-cleans Gate 4 of Ben Hill Griffin learn more from several organiza-
bill
new senators also passed their first they
12,000 to students employees to staff, a' ,Stadium, after a recent, game.
approved pay
third .. ,, p see Expo, page 4rtrr
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: The Falling Gators Sport meets tonight at 6 in CSE Room pus Ministries invites all students to
Parachute Club will parachute onto E121. Call Joy at 334-9048. "Thursday Gator" for a $2.50 dinner
the Reitz Union North Lawn today at Crew Club: The Florida Crew with entertainment today at 5:30: at
11. Call Steve at 373-4247. Club Fund-raising Committee meets BCM 1604 W. University Ave. Call DILLIARDS CX& SPOUTS CLOD)

Count on It:The Fisher School of tonight at 8 in Reitz Union Room 3764405.It's .
Accounting presents the differencesin B73. Call Karen at 334-8076. anonymous: The Student
accounting opportunities today at Pre-Vet: The Pre-Veterinary Club Group of Alcoholics Anonymousmeets DIME TAPS
4 in Matherly Room 18. An account meets tonight at 8:30: in Reitz Union every Thursday night at 8:30:
ing partner a CEO and a business Room 349. Call 3757825.Be on the second floor of University
lawyer will be there. Everyone is in happy: Psi Chi meets today at Methodist Church, 1320 W. University ((100 Drafts)
vited. Call Jenny at 335-0697. 5 at Farah's for a happy hour. Everyone Ave. Call Mike at 3361332.The .
Objectivist Club: The ObjectivistClub Is welcome. Call Lisa at 336- Graduate: The Graduate Stu- 8pm-1 am
meets tonight at 7 in Turlington 0271. dent Council meets tonight at 6:30: in g

Room 2319. Call 373-3263. Rotaract: Florida Rotaract meets Reitz Union Room 347. All graduate q,i\ Sports Club
Punchllne: The Reitz Union Program tonight at 6in Reitz Union Room 334 students are welcome. Social hour to Players

Council presents "Open Mike to discuss the upcoming Halloween follow meeting. Call Marilyn at 373- 1605 S.W. 13th St. 378-1599
Night" tonight at 9 in the Orange & project Call Shawn or Jason at 335- 7972 or 392-1039. q;
Brew. Call Ellen at 392-1655. 7657. Filipino: The Filipino Student As-
Peace: The Middle East Peace Project 99: Project 99 meets tonight sociation meets tonight at 7:30: in Re-
Group presents a talk by Joseph Ger- at 7:30: at the Institute of Black itz Union Room 346. Growl couponscan
son at Waldorf School of Gainesville Culture to discuss "The Diaspora. be picked up.A social will follow. GOURMET BURGERS
tonight at 7:30.: A donation is re- Call Dave at 377-8875. Call Alex at 336-1570. N.Y STRIP

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Habitat: University Habitat meets Council meets tonight at 7:30: in Weil Day Saints Student Association pre- BABY BACK RIBS
tonight at 7 in the Reitz Union. The Hall Room 270. We will finish the sents a $2 brunch beginning Friday
room number will be posted in the Homecoming float following the morning at 9 with a guest speaker at CATCH OF THE DAY

elevator. Call Tom at 3354060. meeting. Call 392-0994. 10 in the LDS Institute of Religion t
BSU: The Black Student Union Dinner& fellowship: Baptist Cam- 1220 SW Fifth Ave. Call 372-7060. FROZEN DRINKSCHAMPAGNE


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I UF drive raises money for United Way campaign I

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By DAN WINE percent. ished naming the 30 charities that "All 11 (residence hall) areas largely untapped, Schneider said,
Alligator Writer This year's campaign began Oct. United Way serves, nearly every- have been more than happy to participate is leadership giving, or contribu-
2 with a kick-off luncheon, which one in the room had their hand ," Sayers said. tions of more than $750.
As the red indicators on the drew more than 300 representatives raised. Some of the charities in- Johnson said the campaign has Schneider said people are more
huge United Way thermometerson from several academic and clude the St. Francis House home- been structured to reach as many aware of community needs this
campus inch skyward, UF cam- administrative departments, said less shelter and the American people in the UF community as year in light of the recent murdersof
paign organizers hope studentsand Schneider, campaign cochairman."Our Cancer Society. possible. Deans and other key ac- five area college students."I .
faculty think of people they strategy this year is to Students who live in residence ademic leaders form the
know who have been helped by the broaden the base of participation," halls are doing their share to raise campaign's steering committee, would hope that would be
organization.The Schneider said, adding that orga- money as well, said Rachel Sayers, and each department of UF faculty reflected in their sense of obligation
United Way contributes to nizers hope to encourage donations Inter-Residence Hall Associationvice and staff has a campaign represen he said.
30 Alachua County charities, and by"letting (people) know that presidentLast tative.
.. College of Architecture Associate they have a personal stake in the year's contributions from "More than 300 people are solic- Last year's UF campaign generated
Dean Richard Schneider said most United Way." students living in residence halls iting donations from peers and fel- $431,089,nearly 25 percent of
people probably know someone Schneider said luncheon totaled about $1,000, and Sayers low workers on a one-to-one basis," the total amount that United Wayof
who has needed their help. speaker C.V.Vodanovich,Alachua said this year's donations are run- he said. Alachua County raised.
Ralph Johnson,College of Archi- County United Way campaign ning well ahead of last year's. Schneider said the easiest way
tecture assistant dean, said this chairman, asked everyone to raise Jennings Hall plans a haunted to donate is through payroll deduce UF has contributed to the an-
year's campus goals are to raise their hands if they knew someone house fund-raiser, Sayers said. tion, because "you don't even feel nual campaign since the United
$475,000 and to increase UF who had received help from one of Other fund-raisers include a dance- it" He said people who contributein Way's inception here in 1957, said
employees' fund-raising participation the charities he named. a-thon, a minicarnival and a jail- this way tend to give from yearto Richard Hurley, United Way of Al
rate from 50 percent to 60 By the time Vodanovich had fin- and-bail program. year. One area that has gone achua County campaign director.


Parents' objectionsstifle I




area schools'Halloween



festivities

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To remove a book from a read-
JOYCE BEJAR .
Alligator Writer* ing list or change Halloween party .zt
procedures, a concerned parent
An ancient story about Halloween must file a formal complaint with
is that people around the world the principal.The .
believed the dead walked the earth principal then appoints a
for one night. On that night,people committee to discuss the concern
would wear costumes to hide from and make a decision for that
the spirits of the dead. school. If the problem continues
Most likely,the traditional storyof goes to the district level for a deci-
Halloween won't be told this sion.
year in Alachua County elementary Susan Glickman, Florida direc-
schools. tor of the anti-censorship group
Pressure from parents who com- People for the American Way, said
plained about teachers dressing as public schools are becoming rife
witches and the connection with with censorship.
satanism has forced officials to "We need to teach kids to think
temper their Halloween celebra critically and understand and respect -
tions. the views
Judy Shaak, of others t t tdifferent are DONALD LEVAN
media specialist "The idea of from I see your point

atWiles tary_ School Elemen-in witches, demons theirs in and the to engage Coach David Portel (right) gives Todd Merrill (left) and Ken Altman Instruction on the finer I

Gainesville, said and skeletons is a trum of ideas spec- points of fencing in the O'Connell Center.

school officials and challenge
which childrencan .
plan to be very way comfortable as-
careful about dis-. deal with fear. sumptions."
playing ornaments Louise Meyers
and telling -Louise Meyers an assistantin UF student scuffles Roommatesfeud
stories this holi- the Gainesville
Assistant In the

day."The type of Gainesville Public Public children's Library outside Central CityA over TV

witch we put up Library children's department, said UF student was hit in the head with a billy
is the non-scary, she hopes concern club.Wednesday morning as he left a downtown UF police filed a sworn complaint Wednes-
nonferocious department about Hal- bar Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt., Sadie day against a student who threatened his
((kind)), such as loween doesn'tInvade Darnell said. roommate with a steak knife the second
the Humbug: Witch," :MiaaK said."This the library'u system. student fight over a television in two weeks.
Police arrested Eric Jesus Lopez, 1631 NE 4th
is one that cannot give any "The idea of witches, demons .Ave.,for hitting UF liberal arts and sciences senior Police spokeswoman 'Angle Tipton said
connotation that it"has anything.to and skeletons is a way which chil- Brian Bloodgood,23;as the student exited Central Peter Hamilton, 20, 124 Graham Hall, was
do with witchcraft. dren can deal with fear," Meyers .City, 201W., Univ.Ave., Darnell said.. trying to sleep and had asked his roommate,
Gene Tysowsky, Alachua said. "They can make something Bloodgood 'said Lopez and a group of men Ronald Quintero, 20, to stop watching televi-
County School Board spokesman, of sion.,
funny a scary situation. It's good
threatened Bloodgood's friend as he left the bar:
said board members encourage for kids to confront those things in .
After Quintero refused, Hamilton grabbeda
Bloodgoodsaid he arid other promoters
watch their approached
principals to respective a non-threatening way. the group to defend their friend.. steak knife and tried to pull the television'sPower
schools.
Although several librarians do cord out of the wall, she said.
"We could tell by their postures and non-verbal
"We encourage our faculty mem- not the books they read said Hamilton did not '
censor on Tipton verbally
bers to be sensitive to parents who actions that they were looking for. trouble.. Blood-
Halloween,they have been advisedby good said. threaten his roommate, but Quintero felt he
may not want their youngster to their principals to use their best was in "imminent danger,"
participate in those kinds of activities He,said one of the 'inea"punched him in"the
and to use discretion in what judgment forehead at he got into his friend's car and was hit This argument came one ,week after two
they wear and what they do," Myra Terwilliger Elementary ;.'with the club as he tried to getaway from the men.;: Hume Hall residents fought over which tele-.
Tysowsky said. School librarian Beverly Hanes ''*!*I# Btoodgood was'unable to'Identify his attacker, .vision program to watch.

Shaak said she will continue to said she won't stop reading Halloween : but said a witness recognized Lopez as the assailant :;: ,' Police recommended i Hamilton be charged.
read fairy tales containing witch stories."It Lopez was charged with!\i aggravated battery.HMATTHCWSAUER; I ',with aggravated, assault. '
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_characters, but she is sensitive to wouldn't be fair to students" 4f., ,,. \ t .... ,, :' ... .".i I ; l jfitfa i'; *.#wjiiylw1 '1I"If.t *r-.>*' ..-MATTHEW SAUERr !
worried parents. who enjoy stories on witches.



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final Nobel prizes. into its component parts to determine how it can I I LFree Delivery -1 1011 w university Ave. Call 37-GUMBj[
Jerome I. Friedman and Henry W. Kendall of the be reassembled in the lab. I
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Richard Taylor of Stanford University will share the obtained which could later be assembled in the process
$700,000 Nobel Prize in physics. of synthesis," the Royal Swedish Academy of Some people havea
"I'm totally overwhelmed, surprised and very hon- Science said in its award citation.In .
ored all those types of things," Friedman, 60, said particular, the academy said, Corey's achievement -
by telephone from Fort Worth, Texas, where he was was to show how his method lent itself easily to lot to say about
attending a symposium."It's computer programing,starting a process of computer
starting to sink in ...1 I was sort of in a semi-haze. synthetic planning, "which is developing rapidly. the
It's very exciting," he said. Friedman, Kendall and Corey were the sixth, sev- Alligator
The$700,000 Nobel prize in chemistry went to Elias enth and eighth Americans to win 1990 Nobel prizes.
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. Co-author of Soviet 500-day plan resignsMOSCOW I


(UPI) The co-author of the radical market through stabilization, and now it will go u
500-day()( plan for a transition to a market economy through inflation," Yavlinsky said. "What we have serious about
submitted his resignation Wednesday to protest promised you about the level of living standards you're a
President Mikhail Gorbachev's abandonment of the cannot be fulfilled. career in journalismoreven
program for a more conservative compromise plan. Gorbachev,who had earlier voiced support for the considering one-your
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Grigory Yavlinsky 500-day plan, submitted a compromise proposal to major outside class activity -
asked the republic's Parliament to accept his resig- Parliament committees Tuesday that maintains manyof
nation at a joint session Wednesday, saying it is the conservative aspects and central controls froma in college ought to be work- :.J L; '
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He charged that the new compromise plan,which radical move away from central planning to a market years
combines parts of the 500-day program with a gov- economy. It was drafted this summer by a commis- gree from the universityand
ernment blueprint that maintains much central control sion set up by Gorbachev and Russian republic leader a master's degree from the Alligator.
could lead the country to economic chaos."I Boris Yeltsin, with economist Stanislav Shatalin and "
participated in working out a transition to the Yavlinsky its main co-authors. And I'd like to interview you for a job.

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after the prosecution's first witness made refer- During McCloud's testimony, Campbell could be
ences to inadmissible evidence. heard telling his attorney, Bruce Rogow, "I didn't say Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity EmployirKnow
Johnson said she would rule on the motions later. that," as Wongwon and Ross shook their heads and
Luther Campbell, leader of the Miami group, and exchanged incredulous glances.
band members Christopher Wongwon and Mark Ross McCloud, a 38-year-old black who was born and .
were charged with giving an obscene performance reared in the Fort Lauderdale area, stammered and :;: :: ,:: : .
following the June 10 concert, which was held two halted as he described the movements of three young ,
days after a federal judge declared the group's album, female dancers who wore body stockings and accom- .:'f' I .
"As Nasty As They Wanna Be," obscene.If panied the band on the stage of Club Futura in
convicted,each defendant would face a maximum Hollywood.
sentence of a year in prison and a $1,000 fine. "They were dancing uh they were throwing
The tape recording was constantly stopped and their little uh-I'm very embarrassed," McCloud
restarted while prosecution witness Eugene Mc- said.Assistant
Cloud, the undercover sheriffs detective who made State Attorney Leslie Robson responded,
the recording on a hidden mini-cassette recorder, "Eugene, we're all grown-up adults here."
described what he saw on stage and gave his inter- "They were dancing as though they were screwing
pretation of the lyrics.EXPO having sex," McCloud said.


resources available to them," said the Persian Student Associationand JL 4
from page 1 Quam Vuong,activities director Club Creole.
Volunteers for International Stu- Undecided majors or studentsnot
tions. dent Affairs. in a college also can learn about
Some of those groups includethe "VISA helps international stu- the different schools from the
Interfraternity and Panhellenic dents to learn about American cul- members of the councils for such
councils, the Pre-professional Ser-. .ture, but it also gives all students colleges as the School of Business
vice Organization,Student Govern- the chance to experience other cul- Administration and the College of
ment, Amnesty International, tures and maybe practice their foreign Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Environmental Action Group, Stu- language skills," he said. Expo begins at 10 a.m.,and after
dent Dietetic Association, Cross- VISA, which serves as the blan-. the 11 a.m. performance by the ABC'sThe
cut Film and Video Society, the ket organization for the African, Falling Gators, the UF Florida Re- your
Recreational Sports Departmentand Brazilian Filipino, Chinese, Rus- naissance Ensemble will performat
Campus Organized Against sian, Turkish, Vietnamese and 2 p.m. best advertising media for businessis
Rape. other clubs, has organizations rep- Throughout the three days,free your
The groups will have Informa- resentative of more than 15 coun- food, drinks, movie passes, re- in your hands right now. Call today to find
tion tables and presentations all tries, he said.Among cords and tapes will be given away, out how this space can work for you.
day today, Friday-and Saturday the other VISA groups Phinney said.
morning. participating are the Hellenic Stu- The Civitan Bloodmobile also
"This is a great opportunity for dent Association,the Hispanic Student will accept blood donations during
students to be educated about the' Association, the India,Club .Expo. Alligator Advertising .M
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18.1990.ALLIGATOR 5



Theatre teacher moonlights I




Albert Wehlburg: Professor by day, lighting master by nightBy




UF's ConstansTheatre Alligator LEIGH WriterIn GLENN, a strapping man

in a long-sleeved white shirt, dark tie and ,: ..
dark pants talks with a crew designing the

set for an upcoming play.It '. i ; ,'',,
isn't long before the auditorium is brim- ,
ming with students. The set designers disappear "

and the man takes to stage left, wherea
spotlight focuses on his lectern. \' f
"Good morning," he says, before plunginginto V
the day's sermon on the function of ... a

producers, directors the behind-the- 4rA .
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that shows. .
scenes people put on .
Most of the students gravitate to what he's ,' .. -"
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saying. He stares at the few that don't and ", '

says, "My turn, folks. Not yours." d I ..,. M
For theatre appreciation professor Albert 1

Wehlburg, taking charge is easy. He's an ..-: A
American pullyourselfupbythebootstrapsstory }
A- \ .
come to life. .
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The 52-year-old Dutchman has come a long ".
way literally from the place where his J#>j
life's journey began. Wehlburg was born\nd _.--
spent four years of his childhood in a World
War II concentration camp in Pasoeroean,
Java now Indonesia.

During those years, he rarely saw his UFtheatre Professor Albert Wehlburg says lighting is one of the PHOTOS most BY Integral ADRIAN DENNIS partsof
father, Kees (pronounced case), but was for- I
tunate enough to stay with his mother, Anna, any production."I

and his older sister, Lisette.
Getting out of the camp wasn't the end to keep in touch with (former students)," Naraj Patel, another liberal arts senior,
the Wehlburgs' problems. The family traveled he said, adding that he avoids becoming asked,"You want the truth? (a took the class)
through Holland, Argentina, Brazil, and estranged from his students by staying near because I heard it was an easy 'A' and I
Cuba before boarding a ferry bound for the classroom a half hour before the class needed a humanities requirement."

Miami with their car.The family's belongingswere convenes."A .
Even so, Patel said, "I've seen some of the
but lot of students in the big class make it
to be sent after them, a French
plays. I'm getting things out of it. I've enjoyedit.
ammunition ship blew up in a Cuban harbor, a point to come talk to me and for me to talk ."
taking their possessions with it. to them," he said. "It's fun. That way,you get
But that didn't stop Wehlburg. to know people." Not all of Wehlburg's 1,600 students

"You're affected by everything you do, but The thought of missing out on that inter choose the course based on it reputation.
you try to make the best of it," he said. action with students is enough to give Wehl- Freshman Feona Mathis said, "I just pickedit
That attitude spills over into Wehlburg's burg nightmares.He because I thought it would be interesting.You .
"
P de teaching, where he preaches a blend of said he once dreamt that he video taped learn things.

"carpe diem" and no-nonsense work. his class a suggestion people often maketo Mathis said some plays the course has
"You're around one time and that's it," he him. focused on include Samuel Beckett's "Wait-
says. "To point the finger at somebody else "It was just fantastic. I said, 'God, it will ing for Godot," Shakespeare's "King Lear,"
that's a cop out. work.' I got so happy, I had a heart attack," and Jean-Paul Sartre's "No Exit."

"You as a person royal you you can he said. What makes the class so interesting to
do it," he said. "You can fix it. That's true for "Years later people were saying, 'Who is Mathis is that Wehlburg "relates the plays to
personal things or mechanical things." this guy?' The more the tape was played, everyday life. He explains whatever it isyou're
Wehlburg said that type of resourcefulness the worse the class became," he said. "Stu-
about that He
L._ ___u "1:' ... __ talking at point. gives
tan uc found within many ur dents: were just streaming; the characteristics in the play," she said.
students. 'God, it's horrible.' "
When he and his wife, Susan, So, he'll never tape his While the scripts and acting may remain
.a local public defender, spoke to V course. In fact, when makingthe longest in students' minds, Wehlburg favors
15 to 25 dorm residents about transition from teaching a experimenting with stage lighting over every-

relationships with parents, he small class to a large one, he thing else.
said the potential of the students had to put in more preparationtime "I dream in colors," he said."I can see stuff
made him feel that "anything than ever before. in my mind."

could_ have been done." "I! had to do a l lot t of reading He asks himself, "How can I do that? How
"ine whole range was mere,"M for lecture notes," ne saia. can I produce that?"
he said. "I don't think there was a problembig He churned out three huge, black bound
He tries to the sun.The is
capture sun so
enough, tough enough, mean enough volumes of notes, but keeps researching reg- "
I to show that he said
orange. try on stage, ,
they couldn't have solved. No problem is ularly."I .
that his for
adding quest interesting lighting
insurmountable." make it a point of spending time in the
leaves with odd
some people an impression.
Wehlburg thrives on the contact he has library reading historic stuff," he said.
with students in his classes. Because history traditionally has made "They say Wehlburg, "You're high.' "

"My major Interest is students," he said. Wehlburg yawn, he tries to find interesting He's also set up lighting for horse and
Thats why I'm here." historic facts about the theater that his stu- motorcycle shows, and for community,
During vacation breaks, he often hears dents will like. church and high school groups.

Gainesville residents curse the student Just because he doesn't take the easy way His work has even taken him to nightclubs
body's affect on traffic flow. out by making a video of his class doesn't where the spotlights often shine on exotic
"I don't think like that," he said. "The idea mean his students can't take what UF would dancers.
of not having classes to me is just incompre- consider the path of least resistance: A Plus
hensible.' Notes. "Everybody does boring lighting on strippers -
,"he said. They think a nude body is all
For the first 20 of his two dozen years as "They sell A Plus Notes for my class, it takes. I try to make it better."
an Instructor,Wehlburg taught public speak Wehlburg said. "I think students get a lot of
ing and oral interpretation courses of about mileage out of them." Lighting and teaching are so intertwinedin

15 to 20 students. When he began teaching Traditionally, his class has garnered a rep- his life that Wehlburg said he almost can't
theatre,he was apprehensive about taking on utation for being an easy "A." separate the two. He once was offered a job
1,600 students because he did not want to Liberal arts senior Holly Harris said, "Hon in professional lighting design in Californiathat
lose the student-teacher contact. estly, it's a course that's notoriously easy. But would include a hefty increase in salary."I .

'Fortunately, he says, that has not been the another reason (for taking it) is because I turned it down because I would not be
i'rt 1ke.!Jl7911771TPf! 9551 J had heard the class was entertaining? teaching," he said:'"I 1 gt1t s'teaching is;first."


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N. EDlTIN

asked you to send in your gripes and we promisedto '
print as many of your responses as possible. Here are
some more comments about what bothers you about UF,
The Alligator and life in general."In .

regards to the meal plan provided for UF athletes, I rSTffU71C
could stomach most of the article, even when the stu-
dents said the food was boring and many of the athleteseat
out four or five times a week. I did, however, almost
lose my (costly) lunch when Mr. Kirkpatrick said UF > t
should PAY for those off-campus meals. It seems the

more you give people, the more they want. Whoever said
there was a free lunch?"

Another reader wrote to tell us she was tired of the cov-
erage surrounding Edward Humphrey. I,

"Edward Lewis Humphrey has yet to be indicted in the t1o

Gainesville murders. Yet every time I look at The Alligator -
I see 'possible suspect in the murder of five Gaines- Help make Tim's life better vote
ville students,' etc. His life has already been ruined by the -
publicity. He will be marked as a 'suspect' for the rest of Tim Cerio is a tubby little hobbit who has probablythe
most important, yet most difficult, job in UF -> Ed Scales
his life. Lay off. Innocent until proven guilty, remember?
Student Government. He's the student lobbyist who O
One reader decided to respond with questions, rather must trek to Tallahassee and Washington to representthe N POLITICS
than comments. interests of UF students on all highereducationissues.
pects him to perform miracles in the legislature. He
"Why did CSE try and make the all-in-one card manda- What makes Tim's job especially difficult is that he often does. He's our only senator and has been ableto
tory before John Lombardi! did? Why does the newly reno- doesn't have access to the"tools"other lobbyists have. effectively wrestle funds away from the other 8
vated Orange & Brew look so Tex-Mex? Why does He can't take lawmakers on hunting or fishing junkets, universities which have, in some cases, five or more
Library East and West not have an indoor sprinkler sys- nor can he wine and dine them in a skybox.No senators. He's a friend to students an accessible
tem while at the same time Norman lawn has an outdoor ,Tim has only two tools to persuade lawmakersto statesman, an effective leader and a good Gator who
should be .
adopt pro-student positions: the moral weight of his reelected.The
sprinkler that works in the rain?
system fantastically arguments and the voting block he represents.So first proposed constitutional amendment on
"Why is (Infirmary director) Boyd Kellett practicing ,practically speaking,Tim has only one such tool Nov.6's ballot would move the start of Florida's annual
vigilante administration against female students (who) try because students simply don't vote. Make Tun's life legislative session from April to February.Such a move
to utilize the Women's Clinic? Why is UF crying about easier- and your life better vote Nov. 6. would make it extremely difficult for college students,
To make Tim's life a lot easier,you should vote for who are enrolled in classes, to go to Tallahassee to
the NCAA ruling? Grow up and shut up. We were wrongin 3 incumbents who have shown their support for UF voice their concerns on any issue. How important is
1986 and we were wrong in 1990 live with it. and its students,and against a proposed constitutional such lobbying?
"Why does the administration contact freshman at the amendment which could have a devastating impact on Consider this: Except for the student lobby effort,
beginning of each term? If they contacted seniors, they'd all college students' ability to effectively voice their lawmakers would have no incentive to oppose the
concerns to the Florida Legislature.Cliff annual 15 percent to.25 percent tuition increases
get a much clearer picture of some of the difficult prob- "
Stearns is UFs congressman.Although he wasa routinely supported by the"education establishment.
lems facing students. Why do UF police use automobiles freshman congressman in the minority party (which I doubt UF President John Lombardi! would write Tuna
when the interior campus patrol requires the officers to usually means having the effectiveness of a clump of note allowing Tim to miss his classes so he can fight
be on foot or better yet, why not use bikes? swamp muck),he was able to garner valuable research Lombardi on tuition.Additionally .
dollars for UF, and he's always stood up for students moving the session up provides more
"These are our questions. Where are our answers? We when GSL and Pell Grant cuts were proposed.Steams time between the session and elections. Facilitatingthe
hope you're listening because we really do care." deserves your vote. He's really earned it. forgetfulness of the electorate just isn't good policy.
And our last reader has a gripe with Growl. Betty Castor is Florida's Commissioner of Educa- Students,and all Floridians should vote against Proposition
tion. When she was a state senator, her track recordon No. 1.In 1.
"What was the purpose of pre-paying for Growl tickets? student affairs, financial aid and fair tuition were two weeks: Who you should vote for in the
I thought that it was supposed to speed up the process, unmatched.Although her opposition to UFs"flagship" Governor's race to make Tun's life and yours, a little
but I waited in the longest line ever. I think {this is just an- concept and her stubborn refusal to decentralize the easier. Until then, Happy Homecoming. See'you at
other money-making scheme. They got to keep our administration of state-based financial aid programsare Growl.
money from May til October. This is just like the Univer- baffling and unenlightened, her track record, sin- Ed Scales was UK student lobbyist from 198537
sity, selling more decals than parking places eliminating cerity and obvious conviction should keep her in office. served on the Florida Board of Regents and is a former
is UFs
George Kirkpatrick state senator. UF ex- UF student body President
border zone decals and the all-in-one card. If it cost stu-
LETTERS TO THE
EDITORUF
dents more money, the administration thinks it's a good

idea." should another letter from UF. This one the. middle of a budget crisis. I
guard said that I owed them$15 in parking
against waste fines, but since they owed me 10 summer
alligator cents, I only owed UF $14.90. is minimal in the scheme of the big

Editor Editor Being a good, responsible This morning I opened my mail budget woes.
Judy A. Plunkett. UF student,I paid my$1,698.84 fall box and found a letter from UFwitha UF should check into some of
Managing Editor Opinions Editor tuition. Two weeks later, I openedby check for 10 cents. Let's add this the outrageous waste going on in
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier mailbox to find a letter from UF up.The three letters cost 75 cents, every department and in every of-
telling me that because I overpaidmy and they also had to pay someone fice. How many other people have
Letters Policy fees by a dime they would send to write,type and mail these letters. received checks from UF for a
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one S-by-10 page) They should be me a refund check. To me, this seems to be a bit more penny, a nickel or a dime?'
typed double-spiced and signed They should Include I typed name, address end telephone than 10 cents.
number. Name will be withheld If the writer shows Just eeuse If you have any question cell About a week later,I opened my Wendl Sherman
the editorial page editor at 3784458. mailbox to find.(surprise, surprise) Hmmm... I thought we were in 4JM6AWGATOR



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*Memphis Belle or even enough depth, to allow the persuasion for the United States to buy well. Matthew Modine (Pacific( Heights)
Plaza audience to become interested in them. more war bonds. has a vastly non-descript role as the
Making a film with an ensemble cast With so many characters, the film lacksa Only two characters break their pilot Dennis Dearborn. Eric Stolz
can be dangerous. There are a lot of center, and the actors all come off as molds and become worthwhile. The nearly succeeds as Danny Daly, the
pitfalls, and success isn't likely unless unengrossing caricatures.The first one Is the co-pilot, Luke (Tate radio operator whose affinity for photography
?, the actors are competent, the charac- story concerns the crew of the Donovan). The character and the ac- makes him a pest to the rest
ters are interesting and the situationor aircraft Memphis Belle, a bomber that tor's performance are full-blooded, and of the crew. Stolz delivers his lines
conflict is engaging.Of ran 24 successful raids during World when his enthusiasm to shoot the tall- rather quietly and seems too benign to
the few ensemble pieces made War II the only plane to do so. The gun results in tragedy It is the movie's be an experienced ,crew member.
during the,80s that worked, only Barry crew has only one mission before going sole moment of real drama. Unfortunately, superb cinematography -
Levinson's Diner and Lawrence Kas- home, and it turns out to be the most The other good character is the so- and an impressive design can't
dan's The Big Chill worked. dangerous.The norous tail-gunner Clay Busby (Harry compensate for what the film lacks In
Memphis Belle doesn't succeed as an mission is not made any easier Connick Jr). Connick's accent adds a dialogue and characterization. Mem-
I' ensemble project, mostly because It by a public relations officer (John Lith neat twist to the character, making his phis Belle is an ambitious but ulti-
presents too many characters, and they gow) who wants to turn the crew intoa performance thoroughly enjoyable.The mately disappointing drama.BY .
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((375-8545)) Quigley Heights Postcards,from the ,Fri Sat)
Down Under (starts Fri), Good- Edge, Presumed Innocent,Prob-
FeUas, Marker for Death lem Child Plaza ((378-2434)) Memphis
Belle, Narrow Margin Pacific( upcoming weekend Is arguably the most exciting, thrill-
Cinema N Drafthouse ((376- Oaks 4 West ((331-8118)) Heights This ,partying weekend of the Galneslville year.Homecoming
6843)) Taking Care oj Business Avalon (starts Fri), Fantasia. a three-day weekend, non-stop parties, the Home-

(starts Fri) GoodFellas Henry 'and June Relti ((392-1655)) TheProducers coming football game (this year against the unstoppable Akron
Mr. Destiny ) and, of Gator Growl.
Hippodrome ((375-HIPP) The Zips course
(Thu). A Place in the Sun
Second Animation Celebration Oaks 6 East ((331-8818)) (Mon), Carnal Knowledge((Wed) But there are other fun little things to do between the big
(Thu-Sun)
Miller's Crossing, Night of the events. Things that are sometimes almost forgotten in all the
Litchfield ((336-0408)) Nightof Living Dead, Quigley Down Un- Royal Park ((373-4277)) Des- uproar. Here's a quick rundown of what'll be going on.
the Living Dead (starts Fri), der (start Fri), Dick Tracy, perate Hours, DuckTales: The
Death Warrant, Funny About Henry and June, Ghost, White Movie, The Freshman, Post- On Friday Gator Gallop will begin at 11:30: on University
Love, Ghost GoodFellas, Hunter/Black Heart, The Rocky cards from the Edge, Pretty Avenue, followed by the parade at noon. Many graduating
Marked for Death, Pacific( Horror Picture Show (midnight Woman seniors have probably never experienced a Homecoming parade
because year after year they end up nursing hangovers at home
during the festivities. But make this the to
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how much fun you have.

Charlie's Share D'Light Hardback Cafe Freedom of Sat) (1331-0110]
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Club Gravity NDolphln with Halluciflx (Frl). Insame (Thu), Dawn Dave Trio (Fri- North Lawn will be the site of a tremendous B-B-Q. How can
Hetch Hetchy (Thu373-8337)[ ] Jane with Crowsdell (Sat), Ma- Sat) ((332-6671] you even think of resisting?

licious Mimes (Tue), Twenty- Orange ft Brew What Anne
Three More Minutes Wed And if don't do but hard, beer for
( ) you anything party save a
Dub's Stranger (Thu Sat) Likes (Fri), David Harris (Sat)
Remember, don't drink and drive.
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1/2 Henry and June stifles Anais with' his narrow social life come so-entangled that It's Impossibleto More importantly the final coda Is
Oaks 4 West and concern for business. tell who's attracted to whom. shocking. It gives nothing away to note

Director Philip Kaufman's movies are The arrival of Henry Miller Is like Kaufman directs all of this with style that a few lines flashed on the screen
marked by complex mature charactersand salvation. He's an unpublished writer and assurance. The scenes of intimacy tell what happened to each of the peo-
a high degree of intelligence. During but Anais Is hungry for any Intellectual between women are handled with a ple Involved. June It Is said went to
the '80s, Kaufman delivered an conversation. They quickly develop a candor and Intelligence unmatched in New York and became a social worker.
exceptional pair of films: The Right quirky relationship In which she major American film since Personal This Is utterly out of character for the
any
Stuff a bold sweeping epic about the pumps Henry for stimulation and he Best. At times especially when June woman we think we know. If It had said
U.S. space program; and The Unbearable pumps her for an occasional franc. in Paris for the first time she became a general for the Allied
Lightness of Being, a thoughtful Their relationship grows Immenselymore appears Kaufman creates a hypnotic fluid armies during World War II,we couldn'tbe
meditation on personal and political complicated upon the arrival of mood that mirrors the turbulent sweepof more surprised. And Hugo Anais'
freedom. They are two of the best movies June Henry's crass and connivingwife. Anais' emotions.But bland husband who keeps us wonder-
of that decade. June Is an uneducated woman Ing why she married him went on to

Now Kaufman returns with Henry with a thick New York accent and the script by Kaufman and his direct avant garde short films that are
and June the story of writer Anais Nln unvarnished good looks. She uses sex wife Rose is lacking. The dialogue now housed In the Museum of Modern

(Maria DeMedeiros) and her tangled to gain the upper hand in any situation between the main characters Is explicitand Art.This
relationship with author Henry Miller whether It's booking a passage to America frank a direct reflection of the only underlines the lack of In-
, (Fred Ward) and his wife June (Uma or dealing with her husband's Intimate brutal honesty In the published fictionof sight into those two pivotal characters.The .
I Thurman). It Is based on Anais' diaries new friend. Anais and Henry. Unfortunately the only thing at stake In Henry and
and novels which chart her emotionaland Anais Is Immediately attracted to her. intervening years have neutered their June seems to be the outcome of the
sexual awakening with force and Thus begins the movie's exploration of language. Instead of reflecting free and two writers' next novels. The result is
clarity. her sexual flowering. The emotional liberated minds, it echoes the coarse a careful subtle movie that never gets
She Is living In Paris during the '30s links between these three not to dialogue of pornographic movies. At under your skin.
with her husband. Hugo (Richard E. mention Anais' husband, her old friend times the exchanges between the lovers
Grant). He's; a rather dull man who Eduardo and various prostitutes -be are unintentionally hilarious. BY MICHAEL GILTZ

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.COMING OUT FIGHTINGBY 81 I


KIM ALEXANDER belt levels.

Promotion to the next level requires
Reporters are always In search of a .j. ". ; practice and passing an examination.
good story. Good reporters have been .. There are 10 color belt levels within
known to endanger their lives to get one. ., ...J the tae-kwon do system. The highest
Some have taken plunges off bridges to ..t. ; level is that of Grand Master.
experience the thrill of falling while I kvA Instructor David Donahue, who owns
others have lived with Mafia members, this dojang explains that there are
drug abusers and even Ku Klux Klan only two or three people In the world
members. who have reached that level.
Then there are those (like this re- "That Is what I'm working toward -
porter) who want to try "participatory becoming a master one of these days,"
Journalism' without placing any riskson q'Py q y8 3'yADRIAN Donahue says.Donahue .
life( or limb. might not be a master under
the tae-kwon do definition, but he
Don't expect the stereotypical when is a master In other ways. His students
you enter Y.K. Kim's Tae-kwon Do follow the tradition of respect, bowing '*
Dojang ('Dojang' is Korean for studio). to him often and calling him "sir."
Tae-kwon do bears very little resemblance Although there Is an air of respect.
to what you may have seen In Donahue's students obviously like
Bruce Lee movies.At him. He is personable, charming and
Y.K. Kim's studio, men in black full of confidence.
uniforms do not shriek threateningly.The Donahue has achieved his positive
only sounds you hear are Korean attitude through years of training under
words the students say in unison. the master himself. Y.K. Kim..
Tae-kwon do, a system for training Master Y.K. Kim is president and
both the mind and the body, emphasizes founder of Y.K. Kim's Tae-kwon Do
the development of moral char DENNIS Dojangs. He is a world-renowned expert
acter. It is for men and women of all Kfckin' it in and author of the best-selling text
: David Donahue Instructs a student on the art of tae-kwon do.
ages. palnesvUle's Y.K. Kim's Dojanghas Tae-kwon Do World. He also has pro
approximately 250 students, both tae-kwon do.Maserang mates" in Korean) follow the steps to duced and starred in the martialartsmovie
male and female, ranging in age from takes the class through the kick the foam. The three younger boysin Miami Connection, and he has
five to 75 years old. r basic tae-kwon do movements. 'He the class enjoy this. They kick and established several dojangs throughout
Tae-kwon do is the "art of kickingand slowly demonstrates where each arm laugh and quickly run to the back of Florida.
punching.* It was developed as a and leg should go. The class repeatedly the line to go again. The women, after Donahue says he can't understand
means of self-protection for scattered has trouble turning around, which ne- several kicks gain confidence and kick why people would not want to know
tribal groups who were under constant cessitates both the legs and arms re- harder each time. They prove the phi- how to defend themselves. He emphasizes
siege from their war-loving neighbors. versing direction. Maserang explainsthat losophy that tae-kwon do Is confi- that tae-kwon do is not just self-
During the Korean War, this martial- the turn Is a difficult move and If dencebuilding.When defense. It also builds self confidence '
arts form became a part of many Ameri- the class can learn that in one lesson and discipline and is also an excellentway
cans' lives. they have learned a lot. the class is over the instructor to lose weight and get into shape.
., It Is different from other martial-arts Five-year-old Rhett is the slowest to bows. The students repeat the gesture. "I think every person has a respon-
forms such as karate, kung-fu and catch on. Maserang is patient with him. knowing that bowing is a sign of re- sibility to themselves to learn some
judo. Karate, which came from Japan. "Put your right hand out, Rhett," he spect. Maserang tells his students that thing about how to defend themselves"
places more emphasis on hand techniques says. "No Rhett your other right from now on when they enter the do- he said. "If you know how to defend
has less fancy kicks and In- hand. Jang, they must follow the tradition of yourself and how to handle yourself,
cludes weapon practices. Kungfucame Rhett finally gets his right hand out bowing first to the American flag, thento you're not a victim anymore."
from China has more circular- and giggles. The class doesn't mind the the Korean flag hanging on the
type dance movements and like ka- Interruption. It gives them time to fig- opposite side of the room then to the Donahue says martial artists are
rate, Includes weapon practice. ure out if their right hands are out. instructor and lastly, to fellow stu- more "Intellectual fighters" than people
Although tae-kwon do does not have a This pace continues throughout the dents. This Integral part of the training who merely thrive on fighting.
weapon practice it does teach defense hour. demonstrates discipline. Bowing is an "It's
a way a gentleman or lady war-
against weapons. The students learn various punchesand international body language a form rior fights" he says.It.s never done
"Jhoon Bl( means 'ready' in Korean" kicks. The kicks are difficult to do of communication. out of malice but to counteract some
training instructor Ben Maserang tells because they require good balance. one else's movement against your per-
students In his basic class. "It lets the Students must remember where their Disappointed that the class is over. son. It prepares you for the hassles you
Instructor know everyone is ready." arms go then kick either straight out, friends old and new make plans to might get into in life.
to the side or In a circular movement. come again next week.

The seven students give Maserangtheir Toward the end of the hour. an ex- Y.K. Kim encourages his students to Y.K. Kim's Tae-kwon Do Studio is
full 'attention. They admire the perienced helper comes to Maserang'said attend as many classes as they can. located at 4000 Newberry Road in ..,,.
black belt knotted neatly around his by holding the soft, red foam for Classes are offered ,Monday through Gainesville. Memberships, which cost
waist. The knot represents infinity the students to practice kicking Saturday from noon until 9 p.m. This $45 a month, include a uniform( and
forever. Ama, meaning "always will be" against.One gives the students time to learn and unlimited usage of the studio.. Introduc-
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Bob Dylan And Dylan's closing lyrics for the song and the line and no chorus, a style mastered by Dylan. Dylan

Under the Red Sky album are an eerie message for the '90s: "Good night, explains how life is under an angry god who Is a

Does this guy ever stop? You may hate his voice. my love may the lord have mercy on us all." Now televlson. "It will scramble up your head and drag

You may hate his attitude. You may despise his hair. those are the blues. your brain aboutSometimes you gotta do like Elvis

But Bob Dylan shows no sign of slowing down. His "God Knows" Is the most emotional song on Under did and shoot the damn thing out.* So true, Bob. So

talent as a musician and a lyricist has Influenced the Red Sky. The Intensity builds with each verse. true.
countless musicians for almost three decades. His 'God knows there's a river/ God knows how to makeIt Under the Red Sky proves that Bob Dylan can adaptto

latest release is Under the Red Sky an upbeat, bluesy flow/ God knows you ain't gonna be taking nothing a certain style and still crank out good music. For
switch from last year's emotional and critically ac- with youWhen you go," Dylan sings. How Ironic that bluesy rock fans, this album Is a must. True, there'snothing
claimed Oh we can do about his hair, but It looks like
Mercy. on this song Stevie Ray Vaughan plays his most
Intense solo."Unbelievable'. Dylan will be around for quite some time to come.
Under the Red Sky boasts a distinguished ensembleof BY BRAD MISLOW
musicians whose talents are wisely distributed and TV Talkin' Song" are more

throughout the album. Dylan's latest work calls upon traditional Dylan works. The latter has a rolling story Social Distortion

the talents of George Harrison, Bruce Hornsby David Social Distortion

Crosby, Elton John, Jimmy and Stevie Ray Vaughan,
Britain's punk movement was Initiated by Malcolm
Guns 'N Roses guitarist Slash and producers Don
McLaren and the Sex Pistols as a great moneymaking -
"'and David Was of Was (Not Was).
rock'n'roll swindle, but It became a revolt against
"Wiggle Wiggle," a simple song with amusing lyrics, unemployment, stagnancy and boredom. Southern
kicks off Under the Red Sky. Here's a guy who can California's punk movement was a revolution by

spill his guts out on songs like "It's Alright, Ma (I'm affluent suburban kids who created their own causeto
Only Bleeding) and 'Tangled Up In Blue: but he break up the monotony of suburban life.
decides to begin his new album with lyrics like these:
'til Rebellion without a reason to rebel led most of
Wiggle you're high/ Wiggle 'til you're higher/
Wiggle "til you vomit fire/ ... Wiggle like a big fat these California bands to become jaded pop carica-
tures of British punk bands. Social Distortion was
snake. Slash
plays a good rhythm and ends with a
brief but quiet solo. one of the early bands In the movement, back when
punk was safety pins and plastic-bag miniskirts.The .
The blues really come out on 10,000 Men and ,a,.
"Cat's in the Well.* Both songs feature the guitars of .. band's new eponymous album Is its first
and his ".- _.',""L j. .."...:.:..J-. ... lilt. release on Epic Records. The cover looks like hard
Jimmy Vaughan brother, the late Stevie Ray J.
Vaughan, whose playing on this album Is outstanding. ,I; .. core punk extravaganza, adorned with passed-out
Both have "S' ,c" bimbos in leather and mafioso violence. Luckily, the
songs a traditional blues sound and ;
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repetitive lyrics.Cat's In the Welllaments that
.., o;: nature of the band's music. Here, they are decked
suffering and problems are ignored as the world goes ; 1 .
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Junk, but most of them are inoffensive. "Drug Train"is
the album's low point. It's a typical ex-punker
"Just Say No" song.
Social Distortion Is definitely a mediocre album. I e 'ty ,
wouldn't invest in the CD. but I think I got my $6.99
worth from the vinyl. "Let it Be Me" also can be foundon
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can't afford cable.
BY MICHAEL S. MCGINN

Jesus Jones

e.i LiquidizerHop
on the acid train, boys and girls! This is the
direction in which house music should have gone.
On Liquidizer Jesus Jones has taken the basic
i principle of house music and applied it to rock'n'roll.The .
only problem is that the guitar sound is too I
similar to the Cult. This is particularly amusing
because the band lists all Its Influences on the sleeve,
and the Cult doesn't The Neneh
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Cherry Star Trek, Sonic Youth and A Guy Named
of The Smithereens or The Replacements but it lacks Gerald are a few examples of what is included. Thereis aforementioned telephone sample.
I those bands' originality. actually a member of the band named Jesus Jones. Most of the songs on Liquidizer are quick and to
All the songs are penned by Mike Ness the band's (Yeah, right. I'm sure his mum and dad gave him that the point, which lends them a well-deserved air of
I leader for the last decade. Social Distortion is pro- name.) Jones is the band's singer, and he often confidence. The lyrics are strictly mindless dance
duced by Dave Jerden who has worked with Jane's sounds like Ian Astbury. Apparently, Barry D. plays dribble, but not every song can save the world. "All
Addiction and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Most of the samples. The band also Includes a real guitarist, Answers" representative of the sarcastic edge thata
songs are enjoyable. There's nothing new, but it's bassist and drummer lot of the album's songs have: "I'm so pleased for
I great Friday afternoon let-loose music. you/I'm so pleased, you know all the answers."

Social Distortion does a great cover of Johnny Jesus Jones mixes a house beat with some decent Liquidizer deserves a couple of listens. At first it all
I Cash's "Ring of Fire." The song titles are good indi- guitar work and sparingly drips a few samples on top. sounds pretty much the same, but soon It grows un
[ cators of the lyrical styles. "Ball and Chain "Let it They even use a sample of a telephone ring without you. Ask the local DJs to play some of this stuff. Help
Be Me" and "It Coulda Been Me" are the strongest of being hackneyed. "The Real World" the best track. them get over their '70s nostalgia.BY .
the lot. The lyrics contain some pretty sappy, bad-boy It has an interesting guitar sample followed by the MICHAEL S. MCGINN




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BY JEFF BARLIS I!>. 'V' " "," reflective of how we feel so it two, creating a more elaborate
,
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Something fishy is going on J I 4Ir.-. t 1 I As for songwriting each arrangement.
In the local music scene. tit'"; H I.-# "", Ii ," .f ,,::11 member has contributed some "We spent all of spring just
That something Is The Dingo .<4..: :" ..J',, ".. of his own creations. Still the refining ourselves In Russell's
Fish Band. The recently .'' i ; :, ; band currently plays mostly attic" Steinberg recalls. And
formed (last spring to be exact = b"" ...I' : / Tllllt's compositions.Last then I met up with Tom (Pear-
) quintet features Dan ." ......".".'.;."."'"...."'.., ''. J_ month The Dingo Fish son) who seemed to fit the
Touhy Russell Tillit, Tom ( ,". '! 'j., I Band made its fall debut at the formula well."
Pearson, Eric Steinberg and : .. Hardback Cafe. Last Monday,

Jason The Bazilian.best way to describe 1. ... f/; .. 8 the lian's band's drew performance raves similar at 1.11-to added With another Pearson.dimension Dingo Fish of

their music is in one member's I.J.. ; { their first performance.These sound, plus the words "The"
own words: .. I 11.'k five and "Band" to its name, ex-
are no
guys
.a tending the five-man collabo-
'Our music has a raw soundto
to the local band
: strangers
ration to its full magnitude.Pearson's .
,
it Bazilian explains. 'It's
Their paths have
scene.
1 ? 'n'
bluesy Jazzy and rootsy witha .1..... ) crossed more than once since completes The
very intricate sound that is n _. Touhy. Steinberg and Tlllitt Dingo Fish Band experiencewith
also funk'centered.- J. S. SULLIVAN subtle harmonies like
lived on the same dorm floor
Among the band's wide arrayof Dingo Fish definitely has what it takes to get their own Saturdaymorning back in 88. When Steinbergand those on "Wicked Spell." His
influences are the Allman cartoon.Pearson Bazilian formed a band Jerry Garcia-like guitar leads
are most apparent on "Gone
the Grateful Dead
Brothers
think we've definitely de- called Stoneface they Invited "
and Van Morrison. and Tillltt to for Again.
tar and polished our Touhy open
The five aspiring artists are rhythm ," Bazilian says. "We them on acoustic guitars. The Dingo Fish Band will perform -
versatile players who enjoy experimenting band's sound."I as one and there's a lot Stoneface soon fell by the live at the Hardback Cafeon
improvising and also in this band." wayside as Touhy and Tillltt Oct. 22. Then on Oct. 27,
just plain playing. guitar. time we play some- continued to play and write as they'll be back at It for the big
They frequently change In- drums. it sounds different Dingo Fish. Steinberg and Ba- Bandshell extravaganza.:Stay
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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. FOR RENT: UNFURN.WALK SUBLEASE: HSEAPTWALK ROOMMATESNS

Check Our New Specials'All TO UF, 2BR efficiency with separate / responsible M student needed own
1 FURNISHEDHousing TO UF 1bd, Available in UF
Amenltlea Available entrances, shared bath & kitchen, pool laundry rm NW area walk/bike to
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Incl. some utilities, $275 KEY MANAGE. now to May. Furnished $280mth a/c/heat/wash/dry/ / 190/mo/ + util 3.mo
Available 1 blk to UF coed co Roommates Available MENT 372.3060. 101942' Call 335.0744. 10.22.54WINDMEADOWSI lease or more Lang 377.1631. 101965
op, all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, WI're No. 1REGENCY
parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. OAKS Pet welcome fee Beautiful terra Sublease a large 1 **F for huge fully fury bdr/ba in 2/2-/
117 NW 15th St. 3774269 1214621. 378.5766 cotta tile floor. College View Apartments bd/bth unfurnished apt. Available Imme need now thru May $190 (org 312)) +
.
3230 SW Archer Road 371.7777, 10.22.5.2 diaielyl Call Astrid 33S 8471. or 376 sec'utl/ 2nd fir. els to UF, pool morel'
Furnished 1 bedroom apt, close to campus COUNTRY GARDENS 9549. 102874. 3348593. 10.19.5.5

All amenities $400/mo Call collect 373.4500 4bd/2ba apartment, W/0, cent. ac, 5 blk*
14072905880. 10.19.5.1 from campus, well lit parking, pet ok. BIG TOP LAKE WOOD need n/s m/f for own bd/ba win
2001 SW
16th Street
$730/mo clean, nice, available Jan. 1, Elephant love me. People do, too. 3bd/3ba/ w/sec system $232/mo 1/3/
12 14 76 2 .
Call 377.8965. 10.29.10.2 When you crack me open, there something util Call 335.9599. 10.19.5.5F
Inside for you. What am I 11 1018
FOR RENT SW LUXURY condo, 2BR, 11/2BA. pool ..
: FOXMOOR condo 2BR, 11/2BA, Bike to 1 4 n/s roommate needed in 3bd 2ba new
hookups, Icemaker, near UF/shoppmg apt in Greenwich Green $220/mon/ *
UF/thopping/ need deposit for qual-
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Incl. water & garbage pickup, $..50 KEY only 1/3ut. Call 335.1504. 10225.5
MANAGMENT 372.3060. 10.1G..2LEAST died tenant to move In, $..50 KEY MAN Sublet cozy 1 for loft apt 3 blks N ot
AGEMENT 372.3060. 101942. UF on 18 51. $290/mo/ 375.2342. .
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280. Seeking high caliber studious rmmt 21
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse$440. Sec. AMOUNT TO LEASEI! $250 ROCKWOOD VILLAS.2bd/2ba with 28 yrs, n/s/ no drugs, responsible. broad.
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs moves you In. Close to UF and Shands study blinds, end unit. $575/mo./ Call minded SWM or straight demeanor GWM
Santa Fe Trace Apts 378.1190. 1214 376-1248. 10.30.20.2 335.2703. 10.29.10.2 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE only reply to share spacious 1 bdr/1 ba apt
762 w/amen./ 5.10min. walk to UF, $185 +

ALOHA GARDEN APTS. Have a New Duplex apt lor rent 1 br Ir kit, bath VILLAGE 1/2elec. negotiable Call 378.4712. 10
GREAT PRICE lor spacious SW 2BR off Year week Vacation at Daytona Beach on ac/heat 3 blocks from UF, 1 bl off Umv Roommates available 2255
Tower Rd, cent air, hookups $285 KEY usl 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377.0555. 10 Ave $250.00 monthly plus security A Reserve your room lor fall
MANAGEMENT 372.3080. 101942. 19.132 frame also, call 338.1839MOBILE Bus service to UF and SFCC WANTED: l/ns for own room in 3br/2ba
apt close to campus ONLY l75/mo/ +
Furn or unturn $175 $250 per
Oak ,Glade Apia near UF & VA quiet ONE MONTH FREE roommate/month/ MZ Prop Mgmt.Inc. 1/4 util for spring a summer Call 373
washer/dryer available in most units for Studios and one bedroom Realtor 375 0207 8773. 10.22.5.5LAKEWOOD.2bedrooml
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B2B 1 8 2 Bath from $235 Walk to UF. College HOMES: 10.19.24.5
$250.$375, sec I Imr. 372.6422. 1214' Park Properties 371.7777 10.31.23.2ONE avail in 3/2 for
3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo mature n/s M/F/ only. Scenic balcony,
762 *LIBERAL mil roommate wanted to .
wash/dry Feel safeguard dog. Rent negotiable
MONTH FREE or security system .share bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2 .
INCREDIBLE Villager West, central air. quiet Farms rentals 'from $260 Incl: mile to UFo fISO/mo + 1/2 util! 372 & 1/3 util Call Kathy 335.8..77.
Efficiency Apt cut.de-sac. Take NW 9th Street water, sewer, garbage pick.up. lawn 5590. 1019155 10.111..5Roommate
Starting at $185 from 18th Ave. 371.7777 mam Also 'some( great buys Quiet) Will needed ASAP to share luxury
Starting at $23512 Bedroom take long term travel trailers 378.9291 Mature person wanted to share 2bd/2ba/
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to 2/2 In nice quiet area. Pool, Fireplace,
.
MEADOWCREST110NW39thAve Open weekends too. 12..7.3SUBLEASE condo in SW area close to UF W/0,
UF 2br/lba $175 College D/W. 250/mo I smoke S have kitten. Call
Park Properties 371.7777 pool, sec.system. $285/mo util Call Steve 3728202. 102255NS
.
.
J78-3888 evenings 373.4503 or 335..731. 10 22

375-3861 2 quiet 2 bd 2nd floor apts porches, storage : 10.5 M/F/ 3 bdr Fieldstone house wool
.
12 14 76 2 cent H/A, d/w, fans, SW/Villas: floors ac/heat, fenced yd gar, wash/dry,
SPACIOUSONE $375. water Incl; 373.0701. 10.19.10.2 4 HOUSEAPT.Oakbrook Neo.Primitive to share house by West 5 min walk to UF Avail immed $165/mo +
age. Fireplace no air, poor heat, loll, 1/3 util Call 336.4804. 10.30.10.5
BEDROOM APT. NO SECURITY DEPOSITI I This month'srent wooded lot. $100 mo. Own room. Tim
Walk F to share 2bdr/2ba, fully
ONLY $273MO.LYONS .
APT FREE! 1 bdrm studio apt. Nice, furnished, equipped kit., own wash/dry/ 392 6852 leave message 10.18.5.5FNS Rockwood Villas rmmt needed for own
.4000 SW 20TH AV. 377.8797 close to campus $295/mo Call Tracy Available 12.90. Must lease! $215/mo/ fully turn br/ba. Nice 3 br/3 ba condo
12.14. .76.2 3782651 10.18.7.2 Call 3359234. 10.24.104French to share nice house with enviro w/all amenities $225/mo Call 336.9332.
aware veterinary students Own room 10.23.5.5Liberal
l70/mo + 1/3 util Great location! Call
Addiction 37..08.. 10.25.10.5 Male roommate needed to
share .4bd/2ba/ house close to campus
gjfffy Lingerie Boutique All modern conveniences Move In now

Some! people havea K&f Presents Halloween's: Female roommate needed lor spring semester or Spring semester, Call 373.9584. 10

Kinky Kloset Own room in a great house. 18.2.5
Only one block from UF Please call Jen
lot to about 819 W Univ.Ave. Exp. 9.30 373.6628 niler371.3949. 10.25.10.5QUALITY Female to share a room. Not gay just
say broke! 125 + 1/3 util + deposit' Call
Leslie or Marlene at 375.2372. 102455

I; the Alligator r-----------I FREE 1/2 ,II CHARGEof N/S/ F professional or grad student own

Ocala rm/ba wa/dry Tower Oaks area.
HOUR OF II $175/mo + 1/2 ut + sml sec Must like
I LASER PRINTER dogs 332.7910. 10.24. .5.5
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SERVICE & REPAIR-
BRANDY WINE* N/S Fern needed to
Reconditioned Toner Cartridges share room, l60/mort, + 1/3 util,
'it I 1 1108pm ; New Cartridges fully/nicely/ lurn many xtras.call nowl!
3730024 1 10.25.6.5
I tlOl onlyAnyday II Fn>e Pick Up and Delivery

Classroom instructionwas I 100% Guaranteed N/S/ to rent own room In mobile home p"
Great location (SW). $125 + 1/2 util
fine, but it only goes so I I 1- ((904)) 843-1698 Call Steve 335.6297. 102565

far. The Alligator was real. I I Vmdorrs
Only on coupon pw ubfe' F Roommate wanted ASAP, $145 a
The issues it dealt with p--. Ac....a.c.. VS13,303V7001VFW0002R59001{, month OWN ROOM, + 1/4. utilities! at
MJII..Atdoorol77-POOL Woodgate Manor call 332.9560. 10.23.
were real. The people and -------------

Studious N/S F needed to share 2 bdrm
a
lives it affected, they were Carol A. Sanger 2 1/2 bath townhouse 219/mo 1/2

real, too. And because it Vice President util! Call 332.0743. 10.24. .5.5

was real, it mattered The Corporate Communication 6 FOR SALE
> Campus Corporation
Alligator taught.t me the X TYPESETTER Vantyper 5410. 2 Disk
power of journalism the power of the Pen; andit drives,2 film cassettes, 2 film canmsters"

It's lesson Factory reconditioned, unused in past 2
to respect that power a
taught me
yr*. Perfect for small typesetting jobs
you could never learn in a classroom." Dominance Continues Good machine for small type shop System
The Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC Him ft 8 font
disks $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
373.9928 for more Info

alligatorStudent Champions.2 Years Running
Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more"
brands are all at our New Location! Car

StreoSpeclllete3215NW13St. 372-

Sigma Nu Volleyball TournamentSig 2070. 12.14.766Crimestopper.

Car Alarm, K-40 Radar
,Student employment"and training opportunities are Detector, Infinity Stntul, Sony
(available in advertising business, production Surf Orion Bazooka Homo or Car Stereo
.promotions or the Alligator newsroom. Please stop by Ep Frenzy We Beat All Prleee 173-3754. 121478-

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FOR SALE FOR SALE REAL ESTATEGet AUTOS WANTED


ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: King.dze WATERBED. Semi.waveless your real estate license Tu & Th 1985 Toyota MR2 brand new parts and Local' Artist needs: GOLD Gem, Class
Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba. mattress wheater & headboard Excellent evening 6.10 pm 818 W Univ. Av*. new engine reliable 2nd car MUST SELL Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Onle's Fine
Crunch, Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar condition. $200 or best offer. Call Starts Oct, 23 371.2787 Florida Centerfor 6500 ObO 378.8570. 101929 Jewelry 373.9243. 12.14.7S.10NEED
125 NW 23 Ave 371.4378. 1214786 378.0056. 10183.8 Real Estate Education 10238.7
Buick Regal 1982. Low mileage. runs AUBURN TIX

DISCOUNT HI-FI SINGLE BED mattress. boxsprlng and 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED great, many new part. asking $2400. Call 378.3906
frame for $35. Call 3771408. 10-23.S-6 Call 373.6567 or 374-9640. 10-22-5-9
722 S. Main The Red Bldg. 10.1S.5.10

WE ARE CHEAPER baby crib $50, toddler car seat $10 chair REPAIR 1969 beige classic convertible VW Bee TIX.Need 2 Auburn $35/each. Need 6
$30 rattan hanging chair $30, chap $35, Precision Small Engine Pickup & Delivery tie New top new paint rebuilt engine.Runs the $40/each Call Jeff 407-894.
12.14.78.6CAR Georgia
new car speaker ((2)) @ $20 each Call available 4238 SW 35 Terrace great. Sacrifice at $2800 obo Call .
4666 No collect calls. 10 18-3 10
across from Alley Katz 338-3825. 10-31 .
.
336-1850 10-22-4-8 Tyler at 376 9802. 101949
ALARMS installed remote control 37-8
car truck or van fully guaranteed will NEED AUBURN TIX- WILL TRADE
any
Dorm refrig octagon table & 4 chairs 4 Better than new 1990, sporty burgandy
demo. Call 336.9193 student, mes. barrel chairs, desks. sofa. chair 6 cane ....85 YAMAHA RZ-350.*.* Honda CRX. Under 5000 ml*. Stereo GROWL TIX/CASH/ 375-1269. 10.19-

sage 1214376 chairs. IBM selectric II, posters 373- W/Racing. VERY FASTI! system, A/C. $500 cash and assume 3-10
2128. 102358 MUST SELLI $1000 OBO loan Ive msg 3387858. 10-23-5-9
2400 BD MODEM $98 ...Call Ray 335-9312 Iv msg)*)*) WANTED: Stock Firebird aluminum rims

Office equip. IBM electric II. Toshiba 1986 FIERO SE, black sunroof. 58,000 from 1987 and up. Call Brian at 338-
WORD PERFECT $135 copier workstations, desks & ;chain off, 9 AUTOS original' mile*. In perfect condition. 8289. 10235.10DESPERATEI

CALL ELITE 335-1300. supplies. file cabinets Ig. maps 373 $3800. Must sell.best offer, Call 377

11.1.33.8 2128. 102686 1982 CAMARO / New pant / super- 5528. 10949 Need 2 or 4 tickets (for

clean Interior / Alpine stereo / rebuilt Ga/FIa game Call 335.7274 leave message .
SALEFender trans. A must seal $3200 obo. Call Topless Bug, buttercup yellow 79 VW 10-26.S.10
conv.rtlble.breeze* to drive, great con
335.2202 leave
PRODIGY message 10-22-3 9
Fretless P.Bass $299 dition, see & drive, $4,800. neg 373 Need 4 ticket for FSU/Florida football

Imes tiw Rion)Senx" Fender Strat $349 1986 NISSAN 200SX black 5.speed. 2128 10234.9 game In Tallahassee. Saturday, Dec 1.

Available ELITE today 3351300. Guild 12 String $299 tinted windows, a/c, cruise control, power Will pay premium! Call Kathy at Martin
windows. loaded. Very nice $5300 Call 10 WANTEDTOP Enterprises collect at 516.487.8100 or
Takamine Bruno $249 26 8.10
1-473-2951 (lax 516 487 8013 10- -
10-26-10 6
All Guitars on SALE
MICRO/CENTER ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW DOLLAR FOR NEED 10 AUBURN TICKETS.
Computers 376 1146 Gold Standard 377-2646
Editor's choice Hewlett Packard RATES low payments fast drive GROWL ANDHOMECOMING Will pay big $$. Call Joe 376-4339. 10
thru service. se habla Espanol 377-2277 TIX .
23 5 10Player's
Northgate M/C/ Prices lower than
Typewriter IBM Sol II corrector. Excel 377CARS. WE CARE. 11 +1 20-9 CALL 332-0895. 10-193-10
mailorder, Systems below Include 1mb lent cond late model $195. Also IBM SelI

40mb ((28ms) Hardd sk, graphics monitor I good condition $60. Phone 462-4964. 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS door ClubI"hlll'sd.IV
pwr Sports
MC 286/12 $948 MC 386SX $1086 French Addiction
locks. seat. window. a/c, am/fm tape,
.
Northgate 38620$2499. Leading Edge Complete waterbed for sale CHEAPI!
auto, wht ext/blue int Exc condo Lingerie
must Boutique
386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery. Call Henry 332.4876. 10245.8Gold j Btoi
sell best offer 334-5053. 1019119 Kf&F Presents Halloween's: 50C Pitchers
$1995 1 4 2 year warranties. Onsite war-

rentes Panasonic 1180 printer $185. membership at Sunkissed Tanning Mazda RX7 leather Kloset
tan. 1984 int., 70K Kinky
HP Laser Jet lip $987. 3743 W. Umver Center 120.00 value for only 50.001 H I 1,11I1
mi., strong & fast new tires S speed
slty Ave. 12-14.52.6 Call Dorian.374.6641) 10.23.4.8 $5900 obo. 374-9590 ask for Max excel 819 W. Unlv Ave. Exp 9.30 3736628 I wm( ()! SW l.llli St

condo 1019109
CUSTOM COMPUTERS Club Future (where 2 Live Crew was arrested .

286.12 w/1/ meg ram graphics monitor ) "Censorship Sucks" T.shirts by 88 RX7 SE47K, sunroof, a/c, tint, DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
40 meg hard drive 1 yr on"s te $925 others ma H Only $14 each, 2 for $25 or 5 for Potenza RE.71 tires .
garaged, cover, excellent
avail 3328333. 1026156 $55 tax incl. White.Pink.Black M/L/XL./
$11 I OOP obo. Call 376.7542. 10 by Trade Michel Jaffe
Send check/m to Club Future T shirt

IBM PS/2/ model 30 fish tank(55( gal), 2100 Hollywood Blvd. Hlwd FL 33020. 88' Honda CRX HF,white wblue Interior ACROSS 3 Bear or Berra 31 Sea eagle 49 Architect

lamp, VCR, beta stereo comics. TV, 10-26-7-6 32.000ml, speed, new front tires. great 1 Frigid Asso.. 32 Cleaning cloths Saarinen
dorm fridge (urn., & much more. 335
get mileage, very dependable, pleasecall 4 Single 5 Tidings 33 Bedouin 53 Motionless
1982 for info 102396 BIKE
4 SALE- speed Boss Cruiser $130
Call Dana 335.7564. 10.18-1-6 371.9888. 101989 7 To the left, 6 Jacob brother 34 Dalai 54 Legendary
Cyclepro 12speed city bike Brand new 9 to a sailor 7 Buchwald 38 Nickname for a fiddler
1981 Dodge OmnI4.speed. rebuilt carb &
mo. ago Exc Cond Just tuned up Call Jon Great Bikel' 53cm Sr400 15 speed Can trans, very dependable. good mpg runs 12 Mars: Comb. 8 Composer Cole famous hockey 55 Sherbets
378.0586 Leave mess $130. 10-18-5-6 nondale & Scott DH bars roofrack Inc. great Asking $975. Call John 3779050Iv form 9 --cat: form of center 56 Your majesty!

excellent condition $325 obo call Mark at m..*. 101979 13 Yields In the baseball 41 Director-actor 57 One of triplets
Like new MICROWAVE, medium size, 377.3248 leave message 102456
mine fields 10 Musical pause Howard 59 Bridge
Avantl $65 or best ofler Call 332-4932 1986 NISSAN 200SX, a/c/ 5. peed.
( 14 Singer-actress 11 Tracy true 44 "La Douce'namesakes 60 Llama land
leave message 101956RUGS SURFBOARD: Fox 5'S.trl.lln 1 old no
yr. power window. cruise control black love 62
dings)) exc condo $200 obo call Dave tinted windows, 1 owner, extra nice. Blakley Squeeze
AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants 3719874. 10.23.4-6 $5300 Call 1.473-2951. 101859 15 Server 12 Cousin of PDa 47 Raps 64 Manipulate
lor your dorm or apartment. We of a sort 13 a time: 48 Current of air 65 Sought office

deliver I Ray( Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave 377 1985 Ford LTD Wagon. Excellent condi 18 "- Goes By" singly
5265 6 blocks E. of campus 11.14.20.6 7 REAL ESTATE tionl Loaded run great NICE CAR. 19 Morning riser 16 "- aCallfornian ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

Will sell at loan value-$2350. Call 332 20 Makes lace ...": BATS 04 A_[I L fiB RID IE
Sterling silver Gator rings Unique design Home for sale? Land for sale? Buyer 3690 101859
very detailed. $18 each Call 371 Market? Don't t let an opportunity to sell 21 Beta Kappa Frost I E IRE nnnn I nnmnn I
3634. 101956 Classifieds 22 Musician need 17 Peruvian IGIR I KiiSlPlOlOl L
your property pass you byl Alligator Porsche 44-BI.upunkt.options.n.w MffLUC
offer you the cheapest way to tire*.brakes.eng. Fast & beautiful $60k 24 Runner 23 Alter electrically. S IPllItlUT I H llBlrann I E A N S.

KRAMER guitar.strat style: 1 humbucker keep your real estate In the public eye look for only 12995. 332.7550 after' Sebastian 25 Qualifying .nan.. .
2 sgl coil p/ups/ $250. MARSHALL lead Where else can you keep your property in 3p.m. 101959 26 Deliverer words
20 amp sounds like SOW $250. Will the market for as little as four dollars a 33 Start of a 27 Double curve MER M nn nnn. T MANShakespeare

package. Call Mark 378-6615. 101836 day? To make It even easier you can BMW 320I.automatic.great stereo-sun- 28 Gardeners' gear A R 0 A n. nmnnn I nnn I

place your ad over the phone; all you roof.new tire*.brake*.engine. Look title 29 Acknowledge. D ROW N Y o uT R slo B RoTw
GATOR GROWL TICKETSFOR need I I. a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call good.run* good4995. 332.7550 after
35 Gets word to ment ROT.nnnnn. nnnnn
SALE 8 CHEAP 377 6724. 373-FIND today to place ad
together your 3p.m. 101959
10.19.4-8 36 FDR program 30 "...tossed about [E R ST. ALP I C IE N T E R

Rockwood Villas condo 2/2/ for sale NEON LIGHTS FOR YOUR CARIII 37 Poker ploy fromHarwich B 0 D S ION. .

LET'S TRADE: Alto saxophone.$300 by owner. 335.1982. CUSTOMIZE YOUR AUTO WITH A 39 Presidential .ISIHIOIOITITIHIEIWIOIHIKISI

value for a computer desk w/file drawers 102397 COLOR 335.1297 anytime 102259 nickname ...":Gilbert M E IT. nnnn.nnnn
and chair or will sell or buy either Call 40 Simian,
Karen 371.1073 (Ive msg.) 10.22-5.6 nnpnnrr! Is MACHINES MEANS NO WAITING"I"'I for short nnnnn. nrann.nnmn

Alley Katzfor I TAN NAKED 42 _, amas, amat IPIOlRlElSs. RlEimD FlElElTl
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COMPUTER-Compaq portable w/co-pro. 43 Fathered 10/18/90/ /
cessor, 20meg new hard drive. carrying I weeks Tanning

case Very good condo $650 Call 336 5 > ...--t; : only ale esGainesville 45 46 Sugary Lender suffixes
8672 Bob. 101836
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Fisher stereo VCR with remote $150 bowling and beer tR t.. at. ..W eu a. ,!Z:,. 476.4400gnm"m"11 Gym' :1 51 After due
SEGA system, eight games $150. Must FDA APPROVED I j'HNQuxY""OO"'I : 52 German article

sell, need mon.y. Call 3356957. 1019 65 Comparative
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58 Horned viper
Safari Audio wine more trophies at
Coupon CrusherWe 61
IASCA event than all other stores In Mysterious

Gainesville combined 4110. SW 34 St.e3. 63 Tamer
336-1128 102356 68 Estrada and
.. accept anybody's pizza coupons...... Bruhn
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Here's How It Works! 67 Smell -:
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Professional Recording Equipment For Carry-Out Coupon! For Delivery Coupon! 68 Plane lead-In 44

Fostex A.8 reel to reel $699 1 1. W.accept and match 1. We.wig accept:> anybody 69 Intuit 41
Fostex 350 Mixer $500 inybodyi cany-out coupon delivery pizza' coupon pike 70 Sister
price nor a eirry-out ordw bra delivery order.
Akai ME 10-D Delay $99 II 71'"The ATeam'star

'/aandlel 100 W Half Stack $299 2 Customer mull prastrt 2 Customer mull present .
carry-out coupon when delivery coupon to driver
Gold Standard. 377-2646 picking up lilt ordar .when pizza Htfellvarad. DOWN

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367-3317 Good at Campus 373-2337 Fighting -
Locations I Only 2j Astronomical

TOYOTAMYERS 123 N.W. 23rd Ave. 2102SW13thSt. number


SERVICE CENTER
1990 Lee Ancles Urns- SyWIntt 10/18/90/
} WE SPECIALIZE ONLY IN TOYOTAS VALID THROUGH NOVEMBER 1,1990
CALL AND ASK ABOUT OUR LOW
PRICES Customer mat mention coupon when/ ordering t,Itnr" lor carryout or delivery. Coupon necessary
I . 376-6752 StumpedCall t 1-918-896-2124,. EXl 93.95 /minute.
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WANTED SERVICESDON'T SERVICESHorse TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTEDReliable


NEED AUBURN TIX BE NEXTII! Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional PROFFESSIONAL WORDPROCESSING mature person wanted for
Top Dollar Call 372-2332 Protect yourself with the "PARALYZER" care In peaceful' surroundings. 3 degrees, WordPerfect 5.1. new HP chorea In beautiful new horse farm In exchange .
10-22-4-10 I Keychaln unit or home canister $11.95 + Dally turnout grooming and TLC. 462- LaserJet III. Reasonable rates from for use of a horseEnglish lessons
11 50 shipping (checks OK.) Dade Enterprises 5127. 1124011Are SO/page./ 373-7618. 10.31.10.12 Access to trail riding. Or can board
GATOR GROWL TICKETS FOR SALE 4 PO Box 164407 Little Rock AR own horse exchange work. Flexible
together. 377-6784. 10-19-2-10 72206 or call 501-376-2467. 10-30-10- you reading this right now? Yes you ...RESUMES*** hours. Call Susan pm at 3718150. 10-

11 are along with many othera. So get your Complete writing & development services 23-5.13
message out -In the Alligator Classifieds! Resume House 3718148. 12-14-
NEED 1 GROWL TIX Car Stereo Installation/Consultations./ 76-12 SEXY WOMEN with good bodies for a
female revue NO NUDITY. GREAT
Call Willie 335-6588. 10-19-2-10 3545. I will help you get a good deal. SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS FOR COLLEGE PAY. KELLY at 376-3417. 1023513A
No commissions. Call Troy 3720879. Are available! Millions go unclaimed Typmg/Wordprocesslng WordPerfect
NEED AKRON TICKET ((1 or 2)) ERIC 10-19-3-11 yearly. 18003343881. 5.1 1 I. quality work fast results, low rates national full service brokerage firm is

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STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification 1469. to work In their Palm Beach Gardens
Exam *FTCE* Only $26.95 Send Personal Protection, tear gas, pocket office. Call Mr. Deiter 18008219494.
11 SERVICESNW check/money order to: Teachers Support sized 1395. Great gilt LCM 2841 A TypmgALaser Typesetting*Aresumes 10-18-1-13
Services Box 2585 Apopka FL 32704 ph Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl reports letters etc.
376-5465A 3500 W. Univ. Ave.
33406. 10-31-26-11 I
Mini storage at I 1-75 & NW 39th Ave 4078898469. 1122011Ever I Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 Travel Sales Representative Wanted
near Oak Mall area 515 to 10 x 20 from outgoing aggressive self-motivated individuals
$20 10% disc to ttudentl. 332-8917 wonder what those strange numbers BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Put it in writing Fast, accurate, reliable. or groups to market Winter and
12-14-76-11 mean at the end ol these ads? Well take Masters In English will correct spellingand Spring Break trips on campus. For more
an ad out yourself and ask the clerk) edit., Transcribing 373-1937 10-29- information call Student Travel Servicesat
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 1233 NW 10th Av. 30.12 1.800.848.4849. 10.31.10.13 ,

Get confidential letting and treatment at Have trouble wyour Spanish? exc.l.tutorln9 372-1664 The Gator Inc. has Immediate
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. rates! Need a paper typed or MC/VISA/lnsurance T.L.C. for your papers, theses, etc. Mac Pages
for student sales Make
12-14-76-11 translated? Marlene can HELP! Call Free Pregnancy Test 2 & laser graphic, spell check edit lot openings than Gainesvilles reps a
more hourly
Member meager
373-9619 leave 1.50 dbl
3752372. 10-24-5-11 I message. per
call for 374-6878.
National Abortion Federation wages appointment
** GATOR MOVING ** 121453.11 sppg. 10-22-5-12 10.23.4.13

Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing/ 1- *FREE*
Quality typing done quickly and correctly JOBS. US
INTELLIGENCE CIA.
Item/Ha Full. Daya/Evea. Long dla. Pregnancy Test Havln truble with Grammar? Find a tutorIn Reasonable rates Call Kym 3349158.
Customs DEA etc Now Hiring. Call 1-
Llc/lni./ Harry/Bill 3744791. 12.14.7811 Gainesville Women's the aligaytcr clazifiedal, 10-18-3-12
805-687-6000 Ext. K-9486 10-22-21-13
HEALTH CENTER

SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM let- 720 NW 377-5055 23rd Avenue *Associate Tutoring* Typing & Typesetting Thesis ... NANNIES NEEDED, Top PayTop
English Math. Humanities, etc... Out., Manuscripts ONLYExperienced Famlllea NY and Vicinity Au Pairs
woodier facilities .
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sons boarding
ABORTION (To 24 Wks) see Grad Sch list
If need help Call 335-7746. 10.23- Only Inc. 1.800.488.8891.7.30.13
hay rides parties sales working BIRTH CONTROL you K.B. Williams 332.1402 12-14-

students accepted. 466-3224 3758080. Gynecology Services 10.11 40-12 A national full service brokerage firm is

12-14-76-11 12147511COLLEGE I TYPING looking for hard-working motivated people -
13 HELP WANTED to work In their Palm Beach Gardens

*SUNBELT MOVING* $ MONEY. Private scholarships 12 SERVICES office. Call Mr Deiter 18008219494.

Provisional Moving/Packing & Supplies. College Scholarship Locators pob CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for Th.Ind.p.nd.nt 10-4-1-13

1- Item -Houie lull. Local/Lng dial. 1881 Joplin MO 648021881. 800-879- Typing ports business A legal Florida Alligator. Must own
INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED. CIA, US
7485. 121475.11
reliable van or pick-up truck and be available
Llc/lni. Priced for Students) Marty 375- resumes cassettes transcribed A applications Now Listings
Customs, DEA etc. Hiring -
from 5 a.m. until 9 a.m. Monday
MOVE. 12-14-76-11 | Attention StudentsFREE money! U.S. 24 hours/7* letters days3722777.notary Aetc.12-14-76-Available through Friday. Must have excellent driving ((1)I) 805 687-6000 Ext. K-9486

Grants for scholarships, fellowships internships record and valid Florida driver li. 10.31.21.13
AAA STORAGE residencies, and research Term Papers A Typeset Resumes cense. Pay per route plus mileage.
Close UF Convenient OVERSEAS JOBS Summer Yr. round
to ,
grants. Billions of dollars now available.Call Business A Legal A Personal A Etc. Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West Info Write
Alilltids. Free
4x4x4 tl5/mo All Countries,
hotline 1-404-880-5426 G'vllle University Avenue. Ask for the route
24 hr. grant Handicapped Typing
4x8x8 t30mo533SW2ndAve. IJC P.O. Box S2-FL02 Corona Del Mar
ext. 1003. 10-18-5-11 YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179 driver application. No calls please. Affirmative
377-1771 Action/Equal Opportunity Em CA 92625. 10.I 8-8.13

12-14-76-11 MICRO CENTERTyping 378.0339. Full ployer.
*** LET'S PARTY & self service computing. Open until NEED 20 BUCKS '*

CLOTHING ALTERATIONS at very reasonable Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ 10pm school nights Typing starts @ AVON 3758967Sell
rates. For more Information call service all musical formats. 12-14-42- 1.50/pg A Resumes $6 A Self service Avon Full or Part-time We Train. TODAY?
Mrs. Slmpklns at 372-2568. 10.24511mI 11 resumes A $2.50/hr/ A ,15/page./ Laser B.n.lllliniuranc.. 12-14-76-13 An easy, relaxing way to pick up cash-
typeset graphics A spell check A theses all lhat'a required Is a plasma donation.
--: : A papers A special characters A employment Earn up to $120 this month. New donors
: J JI Attention Students: EARN $25This
r ALL THE HOLES | databases A mailmerge A training. only: with this coupon only. Come in
YOU CAN MAY i Tune IntoTV690JHF WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC./ 12-14- week for your blood plasma donation todayl Alpha Plasma Center
I \ I 52-12 with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZEDsystem 9 SW 1st Street. G'ville 378-9204 10-
$12 ...:: .. ( ) allows you to donate In 1/2 the
Processing. Quality dependable Phone work no sales' part-time
(: ( ; Typing/Word time! Study while you donate or watch survey
Mlles WM' Per Creon person IHI/'upon a cart Best in Christian Television service. Reasonable rates. videos Free Parking. Gainesville Donor flexible eve & wkd hours, guar $4.25/hr/
l.73or.SH. 2 prIOft minimum Laser printer. 377.8175 til 9.00pm.. 12- Center. Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 373- + bonuses. Call or stop by Cherry Communications
407-297-015
3522711 Ekp.I.I.90 For more Into: .
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13 10-I 8-8-13

5E: Jobs In USA and overseas. All occupa- Singing Messenger Wanted: Must be outgoing -

THE MOST OlmNO DODOI fOil TNI DAMES IO LI LAY tions. Don't limit yourself to those few Valid Driver's License. Balloons &
IOCCIH IUOIOCI.RACQUETSscoee companies that recruit on campus. Jump Bears Ask lor Brad. 375-1199 1023-6-
IHOHTS..au......., start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters
INDIVIDUAL I TUII SALES SWI l MISTS_ FULL OR PART-TIME Earn 10% commission
FOR YOUR. today. Write to C.A.S., 852 W.
Wnlgwt Regency Mu Mm a MM Palm Ave. Placenpia Ca. 92670. 11-21-I on playbill ad sales for HippodromeState
Next U Gainesville HMllH t PIMM
Start set
3744400 50-13 Theatre immediately;
your own schedule. Training and supplies

Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate provided Earn $17.50 to $120.00 per
EYEGLASS DOLLARSimple In new drug study for the treatment sale. Must provide own transportation.
of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call Phone Mike McLane: 373-5968 for inter
\/ PRICECHICKEN : '331-5379. 12-12-63-13 view. 10-22-5-13

Value. EYEEXAMS ARCHER RD
.. Classifieds. .

Our little wooden building' helps keep cost down just past across Butler from Plaza RAX WINGS Did You Know? Continued on next page.

on quality glasses. We don't pay mall rent.

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l'oft!! Tne WOOIf 8401.04011 AttorneyA
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dannyAsiiWAL merchant may not regularly
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and persistently) tell customers that
FREE the model is, sold out and try to sell
Second Pair DOWNTOWN them a more expensive one. This is
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Driven Needed. Flexible shifts, day & Hair RemovalCall UMBRO SHORTS... ? BI? QUESTIONING?
nights Call Today. GATOR PIZZA. 372- Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. lor You are the greatest guy In the world and for a huge selection of the hottest shorts GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs
8202. 10.22.5.13 Info about the PERMANENT removal of we are so glad you are dating our roomie. around, check out Lloyd Clarke Sports- Info/Referral/Consultation' / 12-14-76-16
unwanted facial & body hair. 3744307. However, do you cheat? Oh well, congratulations we've got'em all. 1504 NW 13 St. 10.19-
Asst. Mgr. Needed ASAP. Must be highly 12-14-76-15 on the job in New York. 4.15 EYE-EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease
motivated and able to work with people. Love Cheryl and Liz treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J.
Must have car and Insurance Call Today. STUDENTS GET CASH$ P.S. Renee a dog. How could you and Femalepen pals wanted: adventurous Beckum, optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave.
Gator PIZza. 3728202. 10.22.5.13BUSINESS For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's Russell! single, physical-fitness conscious ro 3761288. 103120.18
372.1228.211 W. Unlv. Ave.-next to Central 10.24.8.15
mantic. Antonio Torrealba box 2210
City. 12-14-78-15 Venezuela W/M 8',1 170lbs 20's, looking for a W/F In
,
Maracay
***MUKAI PRINTS** 11-2-13-15 20's to go out with to movie/dinner/ and
SAVE ON RAYBANS (playboy advisor) have some fun. Box 2643 G'vllle, 32602.
14 PERSONALS University Opticians Victoria A.P. $800 Katz. Try It. you might be surprised. 10-19-8-
Beer, bowling billiards at Alley
Lisa XVII. framed $1200
300 SW 4th Ave 378-4460
COMPUTERS terminals & pc's buy. 12.14.76.15 negotiable. 336-9306. 10.23.5.15 Open until 1am Mon.-Thurt. DO SOME- DO SOMETHING DIFFERENTI I Beer,
sell, trade, rent & repair. Great prices, THING DIFFERENTI 11-14-24-15 bowling,billiards Alley Katz.Open until
QUALITY. CDCS 818 W Unlv. 3380378. *FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC* TENNIS PLAYERS lam Mon.-Thurs. 11-14-24-16
You're the star of the party at Center
12-14-76-14 Tennis
City ChampionshipsOct.
Serving UF since 1077
Most Insurance accepted 25-28 Westside ParK 376-8250 Stage. Costumes, masks, make-up & Come ski w/us In the powder of
*** Big Sale at Babalou Records 15 2 blocks 'from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. All levels-T-shirts to players morel 3704 Newberry Road Royal Park Breckenrldge CO. 1/1-1/7 $650 stud
Days Only Oct 15-31 Buy One Albumor Dr. Steven Schargel 1023515Free Plaza. 10.31.14-15 $725 non. Incl everything but meals.
Used Tape, Get One at Half-price 373-7070 Come by 330 Reitz Union or call 392-
equal or lesser value. Visit our New Store 12.14.76.15 Spring Break Vacation In Cancun I NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? 1655 for Info. 10-23-7-16
r In Butler Plaza next to Cinema & Draft- College Tours, the nation's largest & Get special student discounts on exams
house or near UF next to Unfv Post Of ***GET A GRIP*** most successful' spring break tour operator and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. UF College Bowl
fice. 10.28.9.14 Call ACTS 376.7105 needs enthusiastic campus represen- HOOD. 3770881. 12-14-76-15 campus championship tournamentll
The Spirit-filled tatives. Earn a free trip 4 cash Nothingto Sign-up rm 330 JWRU by 10/19. Tournament .
15 PERSONALS Campus Ministry buy. we provide everything you need. Now that you've make friends at UF ft Is Oct 24.25. & 29. 10-19-4-16
12-14-76-15 Call 1-800-395-4898 for more informa- SFCC ways to keep them: dress well,
tion. 1019215O'CONNELL play tennis, don't forget the BMW. EZ Come with us around the world to EPCOTon
Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Dan/Gator. Great SKYDIVE Tennisl, 10-19-10-15 Oct. 27 only $35/ stud $40 nonstud
prlces-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical Incl?Trans +admission come by 330 Reitz
Laboratory 378.5563. 616 SW 4 Ave. 1 Skydive .with The Williston, Skydivers CENTER T-Shlrt Salel Featuring Nike Prince, Wilson Union to sign-up or call 3921655. 10.23-
block from Ala Gen. 12.14.76.15 338.7970. 121473.15 Upcoming Event Head Le Coq Sportif Rubike'.allshirts
Douglae n. Holylleld Closed CircuitTV 30% off EZ Tennis 372-2257, 10-
17 NOTICESMeeting
Natural Foods and Vitamins Fight-
SKI SNOWSHOE !
Birkenstock Sandals October 25 at 8:00: pmeA
Sunflower Health Foods $169./person! 3 nights lodging, 3 day lift Sixties Musical Review Real alligator mounts 5 to 8 feet long scheduled? Luncheon planned?
87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 ticket skis, 1 hour lesson April ski (Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Gary U.S. $1300 and up 454-3667, Let everyone know what's happening by
12-14-76-15 party I Breakaway Tours 377-6369. Bonds, The Box Tops, The Tokens, and 10-19-5-15 placing classified adl
Space Is limited! 10-31-16-15 The Crystals) November 2 at 8.00 pm
PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate Dennle Miller LiveNovember -
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test results from a reliable source 4 at 8.00 pm < MARDI GRASOnly
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881 M.C. Hammer In Concert- ',
12-14-76-15 92 spaces left! Packages from November 8 at 7:30 pm CINErUXOOEON 1015 N. W 13th Street 10,53.50111,
$159. Don't miss this party weekend. THEATRES 372 -5347
String saleGamma, Prince Head, Wil-, Breakaway 377.6389. 10-31-16-15 Call 392-1653
son-syn gut $10, other stores $20. At FOR TICKET INFORMATION
EZ Tennis, we don't match priceswe B 4 U buy shoes racquets, l-shirts or $50IBARGAIN MATINEE-ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6:00 PM
beat them! 10-19-10-15 string your racquet, consider the tennis ALLEY KATZ is a bowling center. We ON SATURDAY.SUNDAY HOLIDAYS
authority In G'vllleEZ Tennis 34 St have It all! Pool video .
games, and beer. .." r. :t":1:: :11 n" .
Ask your friends about EZ Tennis. Our Plaza. 10.19.10.15 Open until lam Mon.-Thurs. 12.13-43-
reputation Is based on quality products, 15 MARKED ( OGLEY Three Decades of
friendly .service at everyday low, low At EZ Tennis, our prices are not as good
,prices., 10.19.10.15 as other stores- they are better! Our service $2.99 daily sandwich & 16oz drink SPE DOWN lilt Life in the Mafia.GoodFellas .
Is not as cool- It's definitely cooler! CIAL. Bagels Unlimited & Dell 1620 W aE TN UNDER
The only part of your racquet that touchesthe At EZ Tennis everybody Is so me- Umv Ave (behind Fla Book Store) 376- TOME3
ball Is your strings! So don't settle for body...Perlod III? 3722257. 10-19-10-15 6743. 10.19.5.15 Today:7:JO 9.45 SELLECK [!]
less than quality stringing- EZ Tennis. Weekdays:7:30: 9.30 Weekdays:7.15945; Weekdays: 8 00
101910.15 Halloween Costumes masks make-up, Busy with HC this week? 3 hr. wash-dry- SalSSun:230445730930 SaltSim:2-00430415945 Sat&Sun:2:15: 5:00: 8DO:
accessories, everything you needl I 10th fold only $.40 per Ib special price exp.
For only $30, EZ Tennis has good tennis, Annual Gallery of Horror. Center court. Sunday 6pm University Plaza Coin Laundry DEATH WARRANT LAST DAY
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running and cross-training shoes for Oaks Mall. Daily 10am til 9:30 pm. 10- & Dry Cleaning 1620 W Unlv Ave 71S930:
guys & gals I Good selection.' ..going 31.14.15 3729178. 10195.15
lastll?? 10.19.10.15

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The Reitz Union Barber Shop's Homecoming all *- iv< THEATRES There Is A Difference "A MUST FOR EVERY HORROR FAN TO SEE!"
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118,600 to chooee from-all subjects
loratr C not Today wm VIM/MC/ or COO Find
WAS THE LAST TIME YOU Finders ?
Keepers
800-351-0222 WENT BOWLING? It', fun It's different.
IBM iiiurr42M< Open! until lam If you find something, you can place a
Alley Katz until 1am Mon. Thull.
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I Or rush 12 00 to: Research Aaeletanoe11322MIMA section to someone
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DOG DAYS RUN .
SK run. 1 ml.run with your dog FOUND: Fraternity lavaller on walkway
ANNOUNCING A NEW LINE OF QUALITY Oct. 27 lam Westlde Park at Plaza of the Americas. Call Brad at
COMPUTERSFROM
r For mor.lnro call 336-8747 10.28.9.17 378-2609 to ID &claim. 10-19-320

Creative Computers Corp. 18 RIDES FOUND. Female black cat with yellow
::1tt, eyes Found in student Ghetto. Call
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[:;::l "COMPLETE"..SUPER, VCA, SYSTEM, ,;,",: tJ 6$45 yn r/t of Miami weekly WPB/Pomp.Frl/Sun./ but$30 trips one way.Pets 376-2902 10-19-320
ok, pkg. transported GMG trans 338-
386-2SMZ 64K "CACHE" '-1 Comparable IBM 7028/305.268-3788. 11-5-30-18 FOUND- pair ol tortoise shell glasses
2 MB RAM Model 70 across from the Episcopal University
80 MB Hard Drive Zal !I With Univ, Discount If your Rickshaw"It getting a little creaky Center Call 336-6464. 10-19-3-20
find I ride here In the Rides section!
Only$2345 I *_1.1Ii$4499:, FOUND: Bike helmet In business area on
Monday 1015. Call to ID: 373-4708.
FLORIDA BOOKSTORE COMPUTER CENTER 19 PETS 10-19-320
1614 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. 376-5608
THESE NEW PRICES ARE LOWER THAN MAIL ORDER Werewolf sale? Dwarf Bunny supply FOUND- Set ol keys with leather change
Increasing Just a little too fast? Sell your purse found on 10/13 by Salvation Army t
Furry Friends fast with a classified! parking lot. Call 335-3665 to ID 10-19-
3-20
Free 2 male kittens 7 months old, or
Advertise In The ange/white cute and friendly. Need loving FOUND: Pair ol sunglasses found In
NEW ACUVUE 44e home with vet care. For more Info call GPA Lecture Hall f 7 at 8 30 am on 10/18.
Alligator/ classifieds. 3781835. 10-18-3-19 Please call 334-8710 to ID. 10223.20

DISPOSABLE CONTACTS3.25Lens 373-FIND Purebred beagle puppy, female 3 mos. LOST YOUR LOG? Don't ask a dwarf .
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12,ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1990I

I SPORTSUFs






Strode '" Volleyball team to

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emerging as .r face Baylor tonightThe


"" UF volleyball team takes on Gym, the Gators play Mississippi.The .
Baylor today in the Florida Gym at Rebels come to Gainesvillewith
top golferBy 7 p.m.The Gators are coming of an an overall record of 7-5 and a
easy victory over Alabama on Sun- Southeastern Conference record of
2-2.The Gators will attempt to even
JEFF MORIARTY day.UF
has a 7-11 overall record and their SEC record at 2-2 with a victory
Alligator Writer are 1-2 in the Southeastern Confer- over the Rebels.
A 13-year-old Suzy Strock begged and beggedher ence. The Gators will play three Sunday at 1 p.m., UF will host
grandfather to take her out to play golf like he more matches this weekend, one their only doubleheader of the sea-
did her brothers.But Friday night and a doubleheaderon
son.First
for a while at least, her grandfather said no Sunday. fellow SEC opponent Mis-
until one day he finally broke down and took her. sissippi State, comes In to the
"And I loved it right from the start," Strock said. O'Connell Center to face the Ga-

Now, nine years later,Strock is emerging as one SPORTS tors. Then, defending Atlantic
of UF's top women golfers. Not bad, consideringthat Coast Conference champion North
in her first three years at UF, she played in Carolina will play the Gators at 3
only two tournaments and finished 50th and 58th. ROUNDUP p.m. Sunday.
But on Sept.23,she finished seventh individuallyand Women's tennis team at
led the team to a second-place finish at the This weekend's matches are a Plantation Classic
Lady Seminole Invitational and proved to herself 4 part of the Gators' longest home Four UF women's tennis players, I
and others that she was maturing into the player stand of the year. UF head coach including Gator Fall Classic semi-
she strived to become. Marilyn. MCKeavy .nal'st .T7.41.....,.a .u.o.V.0..er,
And to top that off, she finished tied for 29th at knows the importance ::6' will travel to the
the Lady Buckeye Invitational Oct. 7 against the of this home Woodside Clay Court
best teams in the nation. stand. Tournament in Planta-
Now she doesn't have to beg anyone to play. JEFF MORIARTY "We have had good tion, S.C.Kuttler.
Suzy Strock wasn't allowed to play golf until
"Her progress over the years has been phenom- her grandfather took her to play. turn outs for our is seeded
enal," Coach Mimi Ryan said. "When she came home matches," Mc- second in the tourna-
here, she could barely break 90. I don't know said. "I play well and then sometime in the tourna- Reavy said. "Every- ; ment behind Laura
anyone who has worked harder and deserves more ment I will not be focused and will mess up.When body is excited about Kimel of Georgia,who
r to play and travel with the team." I am playing well, in the back of my mind I would playing a stage of won the singles competition -
Strock agrees that her hard work is paying off. say, I wonder when the bad hole will come up.' home matches." this past

"I've worked on my game so hard for so long," Baylor plays the weekend at the Gator
Strock said. "My game never really developed, but At 5-feet-2, Strock is the smallest player on the Gators( at a ,Vt...It.1 itiVm; _Fall.n Classic.n_____.
now, I feel really confident because I'm hitting the team, but her height hasn't been a disadvantage.Strock time;; inuth; season. Berger Other Gators com-
ball well and putting well. Having a good opener can hit a golf ball 230-240 yards off the UF wants to keep its modest one peting in the tournament will be
really helped because, put me over the hump of tee and is one of the longest hitters on the team. game win streak alive with victory senior Amy Alcini, junior Andrea
playing badly." Her length off the tee was important in high over the Bears. Berger, and freshman Kristin Os-
The fifth-year drawing major attributes her suc- school in Mechanicsburg, Pa., because her school Baylor has a record of 418. The mond, who is seeded sixth in sin-
cess to hard work and keeping focused on her goal did not have a girl's golf team so she had to playon Bears are very similar to the young gles competition. Gator Fall
for the duration of the round, shot after shot."I the boy's team.Intimidated Alabama team, with seven fresh- Classic doubles finalists Alcini and
have a problem believing I can do it," Strock ? No way. man on their team. Berger and Kuttler and Osmondwill
Friday at 5 p.m. in the Florida play doubles.


I Men's golf team wins LSU tournament Miami may host

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By JEFF MORIARTY Tour's USF&G tournament.But "I.JIf: 1994 Final FourThe
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Alligator Writer there.UF junior Keith Albritton was rightup /

UF men's golf coach Buddy Alexandersaid His 6-under-par 210 led the team to vic- .... .... Miami Arena may be the site of
it may take all year to rebuild the tory and gave him a second-place individual ; the 1994 NCAA basketball tournament's
dominating golf team that UF has had in finish in the process-his best ever at UF. tr" Final Four,NCAA officials said Wednes-
years past. Prior to the tournament, Albritton had / day. ,
And after finishing 12th two weeks ago, played in only three tournaments for the / '" Tournament chairman William Han-
the worst a UF men's golf team has finishedin Gators and this was his first this year. cock has been in Miami the last two days
the last three years, it looked like Alex- Senior Pat Bates and sophomore Kevin looking: the facilities and the >surrounding
ander was correct. Hammer tied for third individually with 5- area. National Collegiate Athletic ,
But at the Louisiana State National In- under-par211s.
Association
officials said Hancock
vitational Tuesday, the players looked far It was Hammer's best finish for UF.Tony .not only checks the,existing facilities,

from the_rookies. they! _______ Soerries- and. -Brian-. ALLIGATOR PHOTO but whether an area could properly accommodate -
were made Craig tied with 221. Pat Bates shot a five-under-par 211 to the influx people the tournament ;
The Tl'he "One tournament finish In third. ,! brings. .
team shot an 23rd-ranked Ga; doesn't make a team, '
par 846 to Win the tour- Its nice'to' have The Miami-Fort Lauderdale metropolitan I
nament and beat tors shot an ISunderbut success like thiS,. AI- Brown, Julie Foster,' Paula Gorman, Suzy area has more than 2,000 hotels,
second-place finisher par 846 to win the exander said. "I ex- Strock and Michele Vinieratosthe same .and the Miami Arena, built in 1988'is
and host LSU by seven pected us to do well, five players who finished second at the Lady one. of the nation's newest. arenas. "
shots, as well as sixthtournament.. Just not this early In Seminole Invitational.The Hancock wouldn't comment on other":

J.'"' ranked. .n Oklahoma the s@asnn._____m" team aslo finished sixth at the Lady cities in the running to host the Division.
; State.Even. The men's golf team has the next three Buckeye Invitational early in the season. I basketball >tournamenU: ..:'::
when the Gators had three return- weeks off until they play in the Southern 'The 1991 Final Four basketball tournament '.'
ing All-Americans last year,it finished thirdin Intercollegiate in Athens, Ga., Nov. 1011.Women's "This will be will be held in Indianapolis'*!:
a very good tournament, 1
the same tournament. *
golf team In Tulsa coach Mimi Ryan said. Hoosierdomeswhfle the92: Final. Four ,
Rebuilding? Try returning. *
i rtournament-Will take place 'hr
The 11th-ranked UF women's golf team
LSU's Perry Moss, a player Alexander Minneapolis' Metrodome.'The:
New Or
in the PING Tour Tulsa ::
(' recruited while coaching at LSU in 1987, begins Invitational play at Friday Southern Hills against eightof "Southern Hills is very good golf course. I.l leans Superdome will host the."93 Final,!
shot a three-day 11-under par to win individ- the top 20 ranked teams in the nation. The competition is strong, and with the Four tourn nt.riJ.l"r; : !i; ; ,: -J t.,
ual honors in. perfect conditions( at English course, it should be a challenging week- -7tJi1d: ;"
.'. ,1,*T'urn;! :Country. !*' >Club* *the*;.i:site,of the. PGA Playing. for ,the Gators will be:Laura end.". t ...'i.t.p.r'of;; \\.l: p'1ff.' ..'t ." "L

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