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I Steps will keep Homecoming safe, respectable I

I Skit actors sign contracts to prevent surprisesBy I Officials prepare stadium for Gator Growl galaBy I

ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI Taggart said. MATTHEW SAUER more officers at Growl earlier this year, but
"It's bigger than Disney World's," she the murders reaffirmed the need for higher-
Alligator Writer Alligator Writer
profile security.
Homecoming officials have required ac- said.Growl Producer Brian Guenther said Police will keep Ben Hill Griffin Stadium "Anytime you have 60,000 people wander.
tors in tonight's Gator Growl skits to sign parking may be a problem and people lights on longer and station 20 additional ing around campus at night, you're going to
contracts stating they will perform as re- should leave home early. officers in the stands at tonight's Gator need some added watchfulness," she said.
hearsed, said Growl public relations direc- People will not be able to park at the Growl, said UF police spokeswoman Angie About 150 officers will be in the stands
tor Ginger Taggart. O'Connell Center because of the Florida Tipton. and police will be strict with students bringing
Last-minute changes in skits have been Blue Key banquet nor at Fleming Field The stadium lights are usually turned off alcohol to the stadium, she said.
called obscene by some audience membersin because of the fireworks, he said."I during Growl, but they will remain on a "This year we're going to be very strict
the past, but the contracts will make the would imagine you'd want to be look- half-hour after the show starts, Tipton said. about alcohol and throwing things in the
actors, not Growl officials, responsible for ing for a parking spot by 7:30: ," Guenther "We know people have had a problem in stands," Tipton said. "If you show up at the
offensive behavior.One the past with getting to their seats in time gate drunk, we won't let you in the stadium.
of last year's skits depicted two said.UF's biggest weekend of the year has before the lights go out," Tipton said. We want people to come to Growl and havea
campus leaders having homosexual sex more to offer than just Growl as Homecoming "There's a lot of potential for someone to get good time,but if you start throwing things,
through a hole in a bathroom stall wall. kicks off this morning with Gator Gal- hurt falling down the stairs." you're subject to ejection and arrest."
Taggart said Growl producers also have lop. Tipton said additional lighting also will But Tipton said Growl tends to be an
gained more control over performers by Runners in the Gallop a two-mile run make security easier for officers working the easier security job than most of UF's football
cutting the number of skit actors from 50 will begin their trot at UFs Percy Beard game. games.
to 30. Track at 11:30: this morning.The race route The extra 20 officers reflect police con "Students don't get as rowdy because they
Growl, which is scheduled to begin at takes runners down West University Ave- cerns about students letting down their want to hear the jokes and see the skits,"
7:45: p.m., will feature New York comedian nue to Main Street. guard as memory of the recent murders she said. "The real security headache is
Paul Provenza and Atlanta native Jeff Saturday's activities begin with a Home- fades, Tipton said. having all the lights turned off. It makes the
Foxworthy. Growl is billed as the nation's coming barbecue from 11 a.m. to 1:30: p.m. "We're really concerned about students officers' work that much harder."
largest student-run pep rally. on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Gator who are relaxing the security precautionsthey Tipton said Student Nighttime Auxiliary
The show also will feature the largest cheerleaders and the Gator pep band will started during the week of the murders Patrol will have a sub-station set up at the
laser and fireworks show in the southeast, provide entertainment. ," she said. "We had discussed having O'Connell Center to provide escort services.

Big Fleetwood Mac attack Some black students


leave during festivities

Minority Affairs Assistant Dean Willie
Robinson said many black students this
Staff Writer
Alligator weekend will go to the Homecoming festivities
UF freshman Leirma Miller won't be at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical
watching the Homecoming parade today. University, a predominantly black school in
She won't be throwing paper wads at Gator Tallahassee.The .
Growl tonight. And she won't be cheeringfor school's Homecoming activities cen-
the Gators when they play the Akron Zips ter more on black culture and tradition, he
V tE. y 13. Saturday. said.
9 Mry Homecoming for Miller will be more lit "There's no one to blame," Robinson said.
eral. She left town with many of her friends "They're just thinking from their own per-
Thursday night for her hometown, Jackson spective."
ville. If black students got involved in SG's
It wasn't a lack of school spirit that sent Homecoming committees, then cross-cul-
Miller away. Miller said she left because tural activities that appeal to many cultures
UF's Homecoming is not geared toward and not just white students could be planned,
black students. he said.
The concert, parade and Gator Growl, Homecoming General Chairman Robert
i billed as the world's largest student-run pep Sniffen said he sought black students for
i rally, centers on white students and ignores committees this year, but he didn't get an
black students' likes and needs, she said. enthusiastic response from much of the
"I'm not interested in the music," Miller black community.
4 said. "I've never liked the concerts. It just Sniffen said he conducted forums to try to
doesn't appeal to me." find out what black students want from
Although UPs Homecomings tradition Homecoming, but communication betweenthe
ally have sent black students packing for groups slackened.
DONALD LEVAN home, Miller said she really can't blame "You can try as hard as you can to get
Rock diva Stevie Nicks and lead guitarist Rick Vito of Fleetwood Mac face off anyone. Black students must tell administrators people involved, but a lot of times you don't
during the second number of of the band's concert Wednesday night at the and Student Government leaders what get the participation or the response you
I O'Connell Center. The concert was the official kick-off for UF's Homecoming they want in Homecoming and those leaders want," Sniffen said.
festivites. must listen, she said. He said five out of 50 Homecoming assis-
"But they don't come to me and I don't go "
see leave, page 7
to them, she said.

I Homecoming .doesn't halt search for murder cluesBy I

continues to amass evidence and this case is not something that's the 30 patrolling the predomi- where the last two students were
MATTHEW SAUER conduct local and national going to happen overnight. Every nantly student area along Archer found resulted in nothing of
Alligator Writer searches for clues to the Identityof night we prevent this individual Road. value, said Task Force spokesman

While the Homecoming festivities the killer from striking, through our in- Also in September, Task Force Sgt. Dick Gerard.
have drawn many students' Police say the most recent hunt, creased patrol presence, is an ac- personnel and Florida National Though the investigation has
thoughts away from the murdersof an "article search" through Biven's complishment." Guard troops searched a 10- continued, the influx of informa-
five Gainesville college students, Arm Nature Park Tuesday, turnedup And police activity in southwest square-mile tract of southwest tion and calls to the Task Force has
more than 100 investigators con some possible evidence but will Gainesville has steadily increased Gainesville woods for clues to link leveled out, Gerard said.
tinue to pursue leads and evidence not comment on how close investigators since the initial onslaught of law possible suspect Edward Lewis He said the Task Force received
they hope will close the case. are to an arrest. enforcement officers following the Humphrey to the murders. more than 1,600 suspicious person
discovery of the first victims.In search of three retention reports during the week followingthe
The Task Force, a multi-agency "We've never indicated we havea And a
association organized by the Flop suspect in custody," said Gainesville late September, Task Force ponds two at Hawaiian Village murders.see .
idaDeparJment of Law Enforcement Police Chief Wayland Clifton officials called in 10 Florida High- apartments where Humphrey lived Safety, page 16
to investigate the murders, during Tuesday's search. "Solving way Patrol troopers to supplement and one at Gatorwood Apartments

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I Faculty shares memories of past

Alligator Writer

Many instructors at UF were once on the other side of
the lectures sitting in classrooms as students instead of
teachers. Some of the instructors still have fond, and some .M
not-so-fond memories, of the years they attended Gator

Thomas Brown

Received Ph.D. In 1978, BS in 1972
"One year- it was right at the end of the Vietnam War
they had sort of a theme of peace. There was a giant
peace symbol on the field made of individual candles. The 4 >4r ,
lights went out, they lit the candles and began playing John + spy ss
Lennon's 'Imagine.. The fireworks were going at the same
time." .

Betty AbbottReceived Jaquelyn Resnick
Geography Ph.D. in 1972"I Received Counseling Ph.D. in 1972
love it. How much fun football was to sit in the stands "My most spectacular memory of Gator Growl are the
with the students. All the excitement and the cheers. "I've 7 9 fireworks. When I was here, they often had music acts as
just missed that ever since. I don't remember Gator Growl well as comedy. They also put on skits. But the highlightfor
when I was in school. I particularly liked Hobart, the one- me was the fireworks. The firework displays that have
man band from Micanopy and I liked it when the football been a tradition for Gator Growl are just spectacular. I've
team came out. Il love the law school skits. I've done that seen fireworks in the United States and around the world
for years.It's outstanding especially if you care about Florida and we put on quite a show."



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Received Finance B.S. In 1968; accounting Ph.D. In Received Soil Science Ph.D in 1961
1975"I "(I remember when Growl host Bob Hope) flew into
was down on the Growl field (the night George Burns $ Gainesville in Arnie Palmer's private jet. At that time, he
performed). They had given me a field pass. Once he was was the foremost of comedians in the United States. At the
up there in front of the lights, he was 20 years old.' I think time,I thought UF had reached another stage of prominencein
he was 90 or 89 at the time. That impressed me more than the United States to get someone like that. He put on a
anything seeing the contrast. You saw him coming from Panos Uvadas real class act."
the trailer to the stage and he was an old man.They had to Received Computer Science masters In 1984; Mathe-
walk him up the stairs. It was really fascinating to me to see matics Ph.D. In 1980
someone that age make that transition from senior citizento "(The best was) when Robin Williams brought Mr. Happyto
entertainer." the Gator Growl. I really thought it was one of the best
Gator Growls."

Professor Katherine C. Ewel

Received Zoology Ph.D. In 1970
"What we used to do was to go to the top of Bartram Hall
and watch the fireworks. It was a nice communityorientedsort
of thing. It was just kind of fun and the fireworks were
neat. It was probably against the law."


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Ann Kress

Received English masters in 1989
The best Growl was the Robin Williams Growl the
controversial one. Because of the body humor involved, it
Professor Herman Lam offended a lot of the older faculty. The worst Growl was
Received Electrical engineering Ph.D In 1979 probably the Bill Cosby Growl because everything was just
"The first one I went to I was just annoyed at the numberof about verbatim off his show. The best part of Gator Growlis
people. The Florida A & M band stands out in my mind.I the student skits. There's always stuff about parking and
; 1( I was Impressed with them. These guys were just going .the libraries. There's always stuff you can relate to."



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Orange Blue !

As UF prepares for a weekend of Gators pride, we'd
like to share a few thoughts of our own about the Home-
coming weekend. '


We'd like to know whether Gator Growl organizers are
ever going to sign another comedian who students have

actually heard of. -

1\1 Past acts include big names such as Robin Williams fAtWMI1SJN\ '
(the ultimate alumni offender), Bill Cosby and Billy Crys- I' 'I'IA

tal. Do top name comedians simply not want to play
I I Growl anymore? Or does Florida Blue Key, the leadership

leaders honorary? that sponsors Growl, not go after the comedy few comments concerning- hazingI

Tonight's comedians probably will give students a good recently got a letter from Louise Pare-Lobinske,
a UF journalism junior. She brought to my attention -Lorraine Schneeberger
show for their $6 tickets, as did last year's relatively unknown some interesting information on the position of read. R
i' Paula Poundstone. But Growl is the largest show a ers' advocate that I'll share with you: EADERS' ADVOCATEGamma

comedian will ever play, and it should be able to attract "According to a 1987 issue Journalism Quarterly,
some big names: that students know and enjoy. in 1985 there were 29 readers'advocates-also knownas anchor, not too much has been written about
.' ombudsmen in the United States and four in hazing in Alligator. It's definitely about time some-
0' 'jI Canada. There are 1,700 other papers which do not thing was.Hazing.
t have an ombudsman ((if these figures are still current). is defined as physical or mental mistreat
I We'd also like to discuss this year's Homecoming con "In the same article, two excuses were identifiedas ment of a fraternity pledge, initiate or member withor
I the reasons editors gave for not hiring an ombudsman without his approval. Students think hazing doesn'thappen
I show which students $10
cert. The Fleetwood Mac cost a
think that in small
It does. Students
: 1)) having to effectively answer to a second boss anymore.
: ticket, was anything but the bargain Homecoming concerts who was also a peer would hurt newsroom morale; amounts,hazing is OK.It's not.It's sick and degrading.Let .

l'' should be. and 2)) if an ombudsman was needed/hired, it meant me hurl this at you: Dave Weston, executive
J Whatever happened to free concerts in the UF Band- the editor wasn't living up to his or her own responsibilities director for Theta Chi, says in the past 10 years, 47
J: shell, such as the B-52's performance last year? but shifting them onto someone else." people in colleges across the nation have died as a
Ironically enough, I find the reverse of Pare-Lobin- result of hazing.A .
We want to see Student Government Productions, the ske's findings to be true.I may not be the most popular sorority sister told me she found the anchoring
j ,SG, concert-producing bureau that chooses the Homecoming person around the newsroom because of what I write incident "funny." A fraternity brother denied that his
concert, return to free shows. SGP uses student about, but newsroom morale is certainly not affected. fraternity hazed, but then proceded to tell me if a
-; money to put on the shows money the organizationgets If anything, the writers seem more careful about the fraternity member lavaliers his girlfriend, "we all get
,from the $4.75 Activity and Service fee students pay information they present together and throw him in the creek.:
i, for each credit hour they take. Because students are al- Furthermore, responsibilities aren't "shifted. In a This is serious business. The student who was
newsroom with a readers' advocate, they are, in fact, anchored, Jason Cherner, faces charges of exposinghis
I ready paying for the concert, they should be? allowed to emphasized. Someone is always going to have a problem genitals. He was chained to the anchor in such a
l'' ,see it without having to buy tickets. with a story, and an individual should be there to way that he had to remove his shorts to escape.
;I The cost of the Fleetwood Mac tickets no doubt pre- help them with that problem. These editors are obviously These people are supposed to be his friends-J Ws
:, vented some students from attending. Students should ducking the issue. brothers.
; have access to Homecoming activities, especially concerts As Pare-Lobinske says,why shouldn't we journalists Shelli Herman, Student Services assistant dean for
admit mistakes?
our Greek be put on
} affairs, said fraternity'chapters can
given for their benefit. This leads me nicely into a subject that I've hearda probation or even suspended if hazing activities are

lot about lately (though not on the pages of The found to occur at the fraternity.
'JI/v) Alligator) -fraternity hazing. Why risk so much for so little?
,' We don't know who decided l long ago to give students Sparked in part by Homecoming, I've been approached Forty-seven senseless deaths are appalling.It's high
by students who felt I should comment on time The Alligator commented hazing. I'm glad I
the day off for Homecoming, but we'd like to say "Thank this controversial topic. on
I Except for
coverage of the could be the one to do it
,!, you, and applaud administrators for carrying on the tradi- unfortunate brother who was chained to the Delta
Lorraine Junior.
tion. Schneeberger is a journalism
Here's to three-day weekends. LETTERS

F for to merits, but does that mcaaThe Al- Bruscefl is trying to do report
: alligator paper ligator has to drop its standards? the news, impress the brass or,
I Editor start shaping up You are all looking more like an worse fill space.
A. Plunkett in-house
Judy publicity program than
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Editor:What is this,the John Lorn- serious, independent student news- It's getting to the point that I
bardi admiration society? Last paper. look to "Pog\",for independent
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier week we got to see him sitting thought and Insight on the eventsof
comfortably in his office;this week And then just below the second the day.Shape up already!
II Letters Policy he is Lombardi,profile in as weeks
waving coyly to us in many ,
I( Utter to the editor should' not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-10 Pf). They should' be ceremonial there is an absolutely '
I, typed double-tpaced and clgned They should Include I typed name, address and telephone, garb.Will it ever stop? fawning article Greg Brown
number. Name will be withheld If the writer shows' Jut ceue It you hive cry questions cell on our provost, Sorensen. It
the editorial page editor at 374458. I'm sure Mr. Lombardi has his makes one wonder what Mike 7LS

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LEAVEfrom page 3 I Past Growls alienate black alumniBy I

tant directors are black students, a definite Improve-
ment from last year. But he said none of the direc- MIKE BRUSCELL "The main focus was on survival," Bu- students, assembled at Tigert at about
tors are black. Alligator Staff Writer chanan said."Survival included being suc noon that day,yelling and singing as they
The response wasn't that great, but at least we cessful the classroom dealing with forced their way inside O'Connel\'soffice.\
tried; he said. Many of UFs black students during the the loneliness and coldness of the univer- With police stationed and spectators
Black Student Union public relations director early 1970s fought the campus adminis- sity." gathered outside Tigert, the sit-in froze
Candi Dugas said none of this year's activities have tration over black hirings and admissions. But things heated up April 15, 1971, UF for several hours until police arrested
been planned to include black students. The BSU They struggled to wedge themselvesinto considered by many UF black alumni to 72 protesters, including 66 UF students.
made up for it, though, and planned bloc seating for a campus community tightly bound be the peak of campus protest. Several hundred students, led by UF
Growl, a movie night and a Homecoming party to by traditional southern values stressing About 50 black students marched from Student Body President Stephen Uhfel-
include black students this weekend, she said. white superiority. the Plaza of the Americas to Tigert Hall der, rallied at the Plaza and returned to
"Nothing was planned...that' black students They weren't too worried about pep. and presented then-UF President Ste- Tigert, angered by the day's arrests and
would really enjoy," Dugas said. "We don't listen to But in retrospect, some of those stu- phen C. O'Connell with a letter demand- O'Connell's refusal to lift UF suspensionsor
certain radio stations because we don't like the dents say campus events such as Home- ing a black cultural center. drop criminal charges.
music. It's nothing personal." coming and Gator Growl, billed by its O'Connell said he would be willing to Police dispersed the crowd with tear
Black Greek Council Vice President Natalie organizers as the nation's largest studentrun discuss the matter but refused to make a gas after several protesters began tearing
Smith said although the council will\ have two dec- pep rally, should have focused more written commitment,and asked the groupto down barricades and moved toward the
orated convertibles in today's parade, Homecoming on entertainment appealing to all UF stu- leave. building. No injuries were reported.
activities still are geared toward white students. dents. About 30 minutes later, a larger groupof UF minority affairs coordinator Roy
Smith agreed that many black students are leav- Despite the regrets, UF alumnus Joel black students returned to O'Connell's Mitchell, two faculty members and 123
ing town for FAMU's Homecoming, but she hopes Buchanan, currently UF's minority out- office. Most left when Gainesville police black students left UF after 30 of the
some stay at least until the parade is over. reach coordinator in Financial Affairs, and Alachua County Sheriffs officers ar- students arrested received 90-day( probasee -
"They don't feel that it's worth staying here," said there was little time to complain rived at Tigert. Alumni, 17
Smith said. "Everyone is rushing there. about Growl. A third crowd, including some white page

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Both programs are trying to re- quent child-support payment. NCAA to give the UF football team two for the 1991-92 season and
SHARON GINN harsher penalty, such as one for 199293 it didn't
cover and refocus after being pe- For punishment, the Gators an'even help.
Alligator Staff Writer nalized and placed on two years of were banned from postseason play the reduction of scholarships, in After last year,things were already
e After the NCAA Committee on probation a month ago. The pun- this year, a decision that first-year exchange foran opportunity to playin bad enough for the team.
Infractions handed down its final ishment was handed down after a coach Steve Spurrier and UF Pres- a bowl game this season. Two Last Oct. 31, basketball coach
judgment to the UF football team two-year Investigation unearthed ident John Lombardi! thought was weeks ago,the request was denied. Norm Sloan was forced to resign
almost a month ago, it appeared three major violations and three unfair, especially because none of When the NCAA came to after the NCAA revealed that Sloan
UF's dealings with the NCAA were minor infractions committed by the players on the team were in- Gainesville, much attention was focused arranged for player Vernon
over- at least for now. the programs. volved in the violations. on the plight of the football Maxwell's plane ticket to a basket.
But they're really just beginning. The football team was hit hard- "These guys have busted their players. But the basketball team ball camp. The NCAA also said
UF may not hear from NCAA est by the NCAA's wrath. Former tails all summer," Spurrier said has also had its share of problems.The Maxwell had played for UF after
officials for a while,but the Gators head coach Galen Hall, who re- after the ruling. "It was like some- Gators, under new coach accepting $30,000 in loans, an.
i football and men's basketball signed last October, was chargedwith body drove a stake right throughour Lon Kruger, are trying to rebuild. other major violation.see .
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UF's Gator Growl has the power to make or break the career of a young, aspiring comedianBy I

JACK REJTMAN rally.And to see them perform. turn to movies or TV,where they don't haveto
Alligator Writer crowds have responded to them with Williams, Bill Cosby and Billy Crystal all face the big crowd,because if they bomb
everything from laughter and outrage, as said Growl was the biggest gig they ever here it could hurt their careers," Guenthersaid.
Robin Williams was offensive, Bob Hope they did at Williams' sexual comments, to played.That holds true for this year's open- "I 1 think young people are more willingto
was boring, Jay Leno moved around the restlessness and boredom with Paula ing and closing comedians,New Yorker Paul go out on a limb."
stage and Steven Wright never even crackeda Poundstone's eccentric brand of humor. Provenza and Atlanta native Jeff Foxworthy. J.P. Williams, the booking agent for Pro-
smile.But despite their different styles,all And one of Growl's most disappointingshows Growl producer Brian Guenther said a lot venza and Foxworthy agreed with
of these comedians have one common bond was in 1983, when comedy veteran of entertainers now realize how their careers Guenther. Williams broke a previous engagement
they all performed at Gator Growl. Bob Hope put the crowd to sleep and was can be affected by Growl. But Growl has that Provenza had scheduled for
Florida Blue Key, UFs prestigious lead booed off the stage. become more of a show for up-and-coming Oct. 19 so the comedian could play Growl.
ership honorary, has hired both famous and But for most comedians who have played comedians than a showcase for comedianswho "I 1 know what this show can do for a
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A. Van Fleet's team defeated Drake University O'Connell hosted the 1965 Gator Growl, old comedian ueorge Burns entertained the
I By JON GLASS 10-0. already being dubbed the "world's largest Gator Growl crowd, and the Allman Broth.
; Alligator Writer Highlighted by the bonfire, UF's first student-run pep rally"with more than 1,000 ers along with B.B.King put on a post-game
Even without the pizzazz of fireworks and Gator Growl was participants. concert at Florida Gym.
I parades, UF Homecoming weeks always in 1932 and In- All-American Spurrier, then head coach of the United
: have been filled with football-driven spirit cluded a fresh- Freshmen were expected to Steve Spurrier States Football League's Tampa Bay Ban
I and student creativity. man football quarterbacked the dits,returned to UF in 1985 to be the Homecoming -
Homecoming festivities date back to 1892, game and polo bring their weight in wood to football team to a Parade grand marshall.
but the first "modern" Homecoming was match. Fresh 29-6 victory that Quarterback Rodney Brewer helped the
held in 1924. men were ex- the bonfire, a tradition re- year over North team improve to 5-0-1 with a 45-0 trouncingof
Under the leadership of A.A. Murphree, pected to bring placed by fireworks in 1947. Carolina State. Southwestern Louisiana.
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for 2,300 football fans. fireworks in 1947. touchdown reception by another All-Ameri- the first sellout concert in the 5-year-old
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While most student leaders deal with the
stress of keeping up with classes and the
workload that comes with the territory, for
mer UF Student Body President Steve
Southerland had an extra burden.He .
braved the UF campus more than 10
years ago, with the use of a wheelchair or
an artificial leg, setting the stage for his
future political involvement.
Recently, Southerland made an unsuccessful
bid for a state Senate seat in Miami."I .
looked at the two opponents and saw r
that neither offered real leadership. I wantto
give something back to the community
because of what they have done for my
family," Southerland said.
Although the Southerland family has been
devastated by cancer and death, he is brav-
ing the tides that t have claimed his father r
and two brothers leaving him as the sole E.ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR
male survivor. Southerland cheers the Gators on to their 34-21 victory over Mississippi State Sept. 29 from his Miami living room. .

The Southerland family has been the sub-
ject of research by the National Cancer doubted his leadership abilities because of ing and doubling funding for the Student He discovered early what type of politicianhe
Institute,which has found cancer linkage in his soft-spoken demeanor.The Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol. New programs, wanted to be after being influenced by
the family dating back to 1840.The institute bad publicity did not deter voters. such as the Sexual Assault and Crisis Man- Reuben Askew, whom he interned with in
hopes to find a common link in the cancer- The run-off.election was successful, as he agement Center, also were formed..: __ 1984.
causing genes, which have been tied to his went on to defeat 11 had an impact "He always said, There are two types of
father's side of the family. Students Unite oncampusand people in politics politicians and govern
Southerland's collegiate political career Now Party candidate (My administration) had an off," ment servants,' and I decided that I wantedto
began in 1980 when he served as a student Brian impact on-campus and off. To Southerlandsaid. be a government servant," he said.
senator from the Tolbert Area.The followingyear Ballard, now "To me, Southerland said he's still a Gators football
he tried to run for student body pres- Chief of Staff for me, the campus I left was a the campus I fan, though his law practice preventshim
ident. Dealing with the grief of a father and Gov. Bob than I had beenon left was a safer from attending games. He has found
safer campus than I
brother of he the Martinez. campus
dying cancer, quit race. "moderate success"in what he and his friend
"It was more important to me to worry Ballard said he before. had been" on be- refer to as "doorway law."
about father and brother than politics," thought he had fore. "
"People admired "Whatever walks in the door, we do,
Southerland said."Politics,at that time,were beaten Souther- -Steve Southerland him be- Southerland said.Southerland .

very secondary." land."It taught me to Former UF student body presidentnever cause he was so who said it's too early to
entered the the
He race following year underesti --- strong," said predict what he'll be doing in the next few
after forming the University Student Alli- Charlotte Mather, executive director of the years, continues to practice law in Miami.
ance Party.The under-funded campaign met mate. (He's) a very hard worker and a tough
including negative en- individual," Ballard said.'Southerland's Broward Legislative Delegation. "He knows "I've learned not to predict," he said. "I
hardships, a
many what he wants and he for what he "
dorsement by The Alligator. He was under' administration targeted wants." goes just want to make the most out of my life.

estimated by many of his Senate peers who preventing crime, increasing campus light-
Mather was Southerland's vice presidentin
1982 and was elected student body pres-
ident the following year.
"One thing I've always admired about
Steve is,with his family troubles, he utilizes
the experiences to make him a stronger
person," Mather said. "He has a good out
look on life."
"He had so much determination for what
he went through with his family and his own
personal experience,"said Eudine McCleod,
Student Government office manager.
Southerland blamed his Sept. 4 primary
defeat on his late entrance into the race.An
earlier decision was not possible because
doctors at Cincinnati Children's Hospital
discovered a brain tumor.
95 I While his opponent, Sen. Javier Souto,
R-Miami, was out on the campaign trail
making speeches and posting signs,
Southerland was having a tumor removed
from the left side of his brain.
He underwent successful laser surgery
May 24 and announced his candidacy just
two days before the June 20 filing deadline.
This left him with two months to campaign,
compared to the year his opponent had. E. ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR
E. ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR "I wanted to be sure that I was well enoughto As'student body president, Southerland
Southerland lost his bid for a state Senate seat In the Sept. 4 primary. He blameshis endure the campaign and successfullyhold targeted crime prevention, increased
defeat on his late entrance Into the race.Southerland could not make his decision the office before I committed myself," campus lighting and double funding for
earlier because doctors discovered he had a brain tumor. Southerland said. the Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol.



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I Radio station, newspaper to enhance Hispanic cultureBy I

JOANNA GOLTZMAN Wilfredo Melendez, a 25-year-old dents. They had no radio stationsor black radio station in Gainesville, Journal will be written in Spanish.
Alligator Writer Gainesville resident, and Minority newspapers written in their lan- and now WMGI is the first Hispanic "We're adding a Spanish sectionto
Media, a company that represents guage." radio station. the paper because we want to
The addition of a Hispanic radio minorities. The company responsible for "WMGI was a black station, now have more of a representation of
station and a Hispanic section in a Originally from Puerto Rico, these additions to Gainesville Is it's Hispanic. The owner felt it minorities not only blacks but
weekly newspaper will give UF's Melendez moved to Florida from Minority Media, which consists of needed a change," Davis said. Hispanics too," said Production
1,800 Spanish-speaking studentsand New York a year ago with the hopeof two newspapers, The Gainesville Most of the programing is pre- Manager Greg Cox.
the rest of the Gainesville com- starting his own Hispanic radio Journal and Ocala Voice, and a recorded, but Melindez hopes to "I'm going to collect national
munity a chance to catch up on station. Now Melendez is single- radio station,WMGI. do live shows in the future. and international news from
Hispanic news and culture. handedly running WMGI and put- "Minority Media, is a company "WMGI plays a variety of music Puerto Rico, Cuba, the Caribbeanand
WMGI,Magic 106.9-FM,started ting together the Hispanic portionof that represents all minorities, in- ranging from Salsa and Merengueto America,and put it all togetherin
broadcasting for a Hispanic audi- The Gainesville Journal. cluding Hispanics, blacks and romantic music and oldies," one section," Melendez said.
ence in the second week of Sep- "There is a need for Spanish women," said account executive Melendez said. Victor Malo, President of UFs
tember. The Gainesville Journal, a media here because there are Clevant Davis. The Gainesville Journal, a Hispanic Student Association,said
weekly newspaper, will contain a about 8,000 Spanish-speaking resi- Minority Media started 13 years weekly minority newspaper, cov- the radio station and Hispanic
Hispanic section beginning today. dents in Gainesville," Melendezsaid. ago with the radio station WLUV, ers local, state and national news. newspaper section are a welcome
WMGI is a partnership between "About 3,000 of them are stu- Davis said. WLUV was the first Beginning today, two pages of the addition to Gainesville.


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I the homicides was also the first agency investigation, and informa- The list of suspects changes many law enforcement officers to
from page 3 daily, and investigators have not help with patrols in town, but
week of school and everybody'sgoing tion still comes in on a daily basis, I
f "We had an enormous increasein to be more suspicious of Gerard said. ruled out the possibility that more don't want people to get the Impression -
the number of suspicious person strangers than they usually are," "But things are leveling out and than one person is responsible for that everything's back to
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ALUMNIfrom such as Gwyn Francis, director of geared toward all students. weekend, black alumni will gatherin event Is a gospel, soul, rap and
page 7 financial aid at the University of "But that was true of everythingback Gainesville for the Black Alumni blues concert organized by Florida
South Florida in Tampa, spent less then," Francis, 40, said. Reunion, sponsored chiefly by the Blue Key and local residents.For .
tionsjunel4,1971. time worrying about entertainment "Nothing at UF at that point was Institute for Black Culture and the Buchanan who workedfor
That summer, several black fac- provided than entertaining them- geared toward black students. If Florida Alumni Association. O'Connell in 1971 campus
ulty and administrators were addedto selves. you didn't provide your own enter- Student Affairs Dean James activities were witnessed more
UFo "Gator Growl was really low on tainment and sat back and com- Scott,who helped organize the first than enjoyed.
A black culture center was ded- the list of priorities," said Francis."I plained, you'd have missed reunion in 1982, said the event "We had a social need, but I
icated in February 1972, and UFs don't even remember it being everything." complements Gator Growl and the understood that because there
first black fraternity, Kappa Alpha discussed on the list of priorities." Used to exclusion, Francis said Homecoming football game. were so few of us, that social need
Psi, emerged in March 1973. Only a few hundred black stu- she and her black friends had par- Another event, geared toward a would not be fulfilled," he said.
But during the turbulent years dents were at UF with Francis from ties in dormitory rooms. multi-cultural audience,is The Mu- "I guess you can say you were
before those events, UF students 1968-1973, and the skits weren't During this year's Homecoming sical Affair at Citizens Field. The here, but you weren't here."

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III Tickets anger many, but officers just doing their jobs I

By ROBERT COLVILL ers who may be students, faculty, staff or the vehicle or attach an immobilization de- existing commuter facility on North South
the general public. He said he never fears vice or "boot" to it. Drive. He said construction should begin
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,. for his safety, no matter how angry drivers Boot removal costs$100,and anyone who this summer.
UF's parking control officers may be may become. tries to remove it themselves faces addi- Student offenders In the dirty world of
.j. placed In the same category as reporters and "No sir, alii I have to do is call for backupand tional police charges slapped with at least campus parking crime may feel comforted
politicians: people love to hate 'em. UPD will be here in a minute or two." another $100 fine and must pay more than to know their cash totaling nearly $350,000

I That doesn't bother Terry Nettle,who has Nettle has been trained to "just smile" and $300 to replace the device. a year pays for worthwhile things such anew
been a UP parking control officer for about "make them realize they're dealing with the Biganzoli said more commuter decals are campus lighting and the Handi-van service -
six years. system," not him. sold than spaces are available but he made which ferries the handicapped around

"I've ticketed lots of family and friends on Nettle's supervisor is Chuck Biganzoli. the point that UF can't discriminate between campus.
campus",he said as he began his daily dutiesat While on the beat Nettle refers to Chuck as commuters who have equal right to park on
East Hall at 8 am. Monday. "My name'son "Q-ONE". After hours, it's Chuck or "Mr. campus. Anyone wishing to appeal a fine can do so
the ticket so they know who I am, but Big,"and if that nickname doesn't make you "They're talking about building another by filing a petition with the Student Traffic
i they know I'm just doing my job." think twice about breaking UF parking multi-level parking facility," he said. Court headed by Chief Justice Craig Yarn
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this lot alone", he said. officials catch anyone parking on campus over $1.2 million to build a 400-space()() to avoid tickets: "Just get here 45 minutes
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There have been many The Alligator not only keeps the When I began interviewing with 'jJte Alligator took me in, no

students that have passed throughthe student body and faculty attuned to companies after graduating from UF, I questions asked, just because 1 said I

Alligator since its early what's going on both on and off cam- realized that prospective employerswere wanted to be a journalist. They chan-

beginnings. These students gained pus, but also provides an essential very much interested in past expe- neled my energy, my intellect and my
invaluable experience during their learning experience for tomorrow's pro- rience in job/career related areas. My aggression into something worthwhile,

college days, which later helped fessional journalists.Linda experience as an account executitive at useful and of some benefit to society.

them fulfill thier professional goals. A. Sherbert the Alligator helped me gain my first Andrew Froman
There are Alligator alumni all over Assistant Arts IeEntertainment media sales position. Associate Editor

the country, in all types of Editor Danita Kroll Cave Brotaard Review
professions. These are just a few of The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Account Executive Fort Lauderdale

the Alligator alumni's thoughts on WRBQ-AM/fM
what the Alligator experience meantto Tampa
jrty experience at the Alligatorwas !fantastic! 1 accepted the chal-

the beginnin of an exciting career The lenge of writing and doing editing and
Working as an editor and manag- in advertising sales. I learned these Alligator was the source of layout at the Alligator in the 1972-73

ing editor for the Alligator was skills, responsibility and discipline of my most valuable learning college term and never regretted one minute.
probably the most important contribu- handling a diverse account assignmentlist. sional experience during my! The comraderie was wonderful, as was

tion to teaching me about the "real The Alligator was the beginningof years. With great pride,fifteen years the experience and insights of workingon
world" of journalism. Classroom workis creative thinking, agressive market- later, I still tell "Alligator stories" to a campus newspaper.

important- and necessary- but the ing stragtegies and a nice taste of good friends. JillCunnlngham\( ) Griffin
experience of producing a daily newspa- pay for hard work! I would absolutely Eric Eitrin AdministratorXerox

per on your own is invaluable. As a recommend anybody who is interestedin Story CBSTVWorking Editor Corporation
student editor or reporter you learn sales or marketing to sell The Alligator. -

firsthand about the important responsi- ... Look at it this way, it only gets
bilities journalism particularly the easier.
relationships with sources and readers. Clifford Mark For a shy, backward young fel-
Classroom work just doesn't teach you Account Executive for the Alligator wasy low from the "little town" of St.

the importance of dealing with real people ESPN first face to face encounter with the Petersburg, my stint as sports editor of
the Alligator does. First Amendment to the US Constitu- the Alligator in 1955 was a great expe-
Dave Doucette tion. I believe in the Alligator as a rience in learning to meet and deal with

Editor! vehicle for information and support it people.

Salinas Californian I think I learned more in my few fully. W. Alan Isphording
years at the Alligator than I did in Ralph Fisher Office Services ManagerNFO
many of my journalism courses. The ex- Attorney
Fisher& Law
The stu- perience was invaluable. It offers Lutz, FLIstarted Waggoner'I Office
Alligator gives college
student journalists a real jump on the
dents the chance to see what the real
in the real world!
world of newspapering is all about.
My days on the paper were Diane Benton mile the value of a college edu-
Owner, Benson Freelance
special ones. drawing cartoons in the cation is of utmost importance, in the

Edward Scan fall of 1946. I was the creator of a car- field of journalism experience is often
the teacher. I learned at the Al-
Editor toon,called HOTSTUFF, 1546-1949.. greatest
Pt\m\ Beach Post The experience allowed me to becomeart ligator much more than any teacher
I learned that a group of caring, could share with me. I learned how to
idealistic spirits could work together, director of five campus publicationsand
a member of Florida Blue Key. I cope with deadlines and dilemmas of
overcome all odds, to produce a
respon- the real world.
made those extracurricular
Working at the Alligator was sive, insightful and professional my career from -
activities. Darcy (Landy) Silvers
the single most important thing I could product that, maybe,just maybe, had a Copy Editor
do to become a real reporter. The Alli- positive impact upon our community.Max Edward H. Fluker Robinson,Yesawich 7 Pepperdine,Inc.
the classroom Marketing Director Maitland, Florida
not I-school
gator Hackney Fluker and Associated,Macon
taught me how to chase a story, how to Mental Health Rehabilitation
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some power- and responsibility

the written word. It was my key to getting ftmost memorable 1937- It is no exaggeration to say that
professional internships year at the the
four working Alligatorwas pivotal
38, the Alligator. We
working on
(Washington Post, Detroit News, event in my carreer. I came to the UF
Miami Herald, Ft. Lauderdale News), \ an appellate lawyer I need a enjoyed a visit by Robert Frost recitingsome and the Alligator as an older student.

my first job and ultimately my job at sense for the essential facts and an abil- of his poetry. Most"Crackerized"memorable The Alligator set me on a journalisticcourse
The Wall Street Journal. And it was a ity to write concisely on deadline. The event was from a new au- that I never would have been

hell of a lot of fun! Alligator helped me develop both quali- thor, Marjorie' Kinnan Rawlings, able to pursue without my invaluable
Kneal ties. Also, the muck-raking atmosphereof reading excerpts from years of galley Alligator experience. I learned at leastas
Staff Dennis ReporterThe the Alligator newsroom inbued in me proof of her new book about to befub- much as the Alligatoras I did at UF J-

Wall Street Journal the determination to do more with my lished, "The Yearling". school-maybe more! The sense of
ended in the School of Education, I
training than Perhapsthe up belonging at the Alligator was also espe-
T Alligator is to blamer the fact realize that the!year on the Alligatorwas cially meaningful., I would not hesitateto

forking on The Alligator? By that I'm now an assistant public de- real education itself. recommend to any student interestedin
fender and not an associate in a Charles Edgar Foster journalism that his or her UF experience -
far, the best decision'of my college days. Retired Educator
My Alligator experience,first as a re- corporate- law firm. Alva, Florida will not be complete without the

porter and later an editor, helped me Glen P. Gifford Alligator.
Assistant Public Defender
win two internships, two
newspaper Seventh Circuit
Judicial Katherine Sumner HanienSpeech
William Randolph Hearst awards,and Writer

several job offers before graduating. Florida Department of Education
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1 FURNISHEDHousing apartment W/0, cent ac, 5 blks / responsible M student needed own ALARMS installed remote control Office equip, IBM electric II, Toshiba

from campus, well lit parking, pets ok. rm In NW area walk/bike to UF any car truck or van fully guaranteed will copier, workstations, desks & chairs, off.

$730/mo, clean, nice, available Jan. 1 a/c/heat/wash/dry/ 190/mo/ + util 3-mo demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes- supplies, file cabinets, Ig. maps. 373-
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Call 3778965. 10-29-10-2 2128. 10-26-8-6
lease sage. 12-14-37-6
op, all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly or more Lang 377-1631

parking, laundry, $210 mo., C.L.O. Great Bike! 53cm sr400 15 Can-
per FOXMOOR condo 2BR, 11/2/ BA, Bike to AAF for huge fully (turn bdr/ba In 2/2- 2400 BD MODEM speed
117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 1214621Furnished $98
nondale & Scott DH bars, roofrack Inc.
UF/shopping/ need only deposit for qualified need now thru May $190 (orig 312)) +

bedroom tenant to move In, $450 KEY MAN. sec/util. 2nd fir, els to UF, pool, morel WORD PERFECT $135 excellent condition $325 obo call Mark at
1 apt, close to cam- AGEMENT 3723060. 10-19-4-2 3348593. 10-19-5-5 377-3248 leave message. 10245.8
pus. All amenities $400/mo./ Call collect CALL ELITE 335-1300.

14072905880.. 10.19.5-1 ROCKWOOD VILLAS-2bd/2ba with SURFBOARD: Fox 5'8" trl-fin 1 yr. old no
LAKEWOOD need n/s/ m/f/ for own bdbain 11-1-33-6
study, blinds end unit. $575/mo./ Call 3bd/3ba/ w/sec. system $232/mo + 1/3/ dmgsll exc. cond. $200 obo call Dave

335-2703. 10-29-10-2 util. Call 3359599. 10-19-5-5 3719874. 10-23-4-6


Nice, private, & clean, 1 bdr apt. 1 block WANTED: f/ns for own room in 3br2baapt. / Sidewalk Sale Halloween etc. tinsel wigs,
IntmclntltnonalSmic* witch hats hula skirts, Hulk Hogan mask,
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk from UF. Plenty storage, off-street parkIng close to campu ONLY $175/mo +
$250 308 SW 12 St. 376-7257. cat mask all new tuff. 1-14 womens
1/4 utll for spring & summer. Call 373- Available at ELITE today. 3351300.
10-25-5-2 clothes, shoes, coats, winter & summer,
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, 8773. 102255LAKEWOOD2bedrooms men clothes. Lots of stuff, household
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. 102810.8
Items, blankets etc. Sat. Oct. 20 9-5 233
for br Ir
Duplex apt rent 1 kit, bath
avail. In 3/2 for
Plus LMR.
laundry, no cats or dogs.
ac/heat 3 blocks from UF. bl off Univ SW 2 Place. 10-19-1-6
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 12-14- mature n/s M/F only Scenic balcony, MICRO/CENTER/ Computers 376-1146
76-2 Ave. $250.00 monthly plus security. A wash/dry. Feel safe-guard dog. Rent negotiable Editor's choice Hewlett Packard *
Portable HOT SPRINGS SPA, seats to
frame also, call 338-1839. 10268.2 & 1/3 uti!;Call Kathy 335-6477 Northgate M/C A Prices lower than up
6 people, like new condition. $2300.
GREAT PRICE for spacious SW 2BR off 10-19-4-5 mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, Call 3350718. 10-19-1-6

Tower Rd, cent air, hookups $285 KEY 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor.

MANAGEMENT 3723060. 10-19-4-2 Roommate needed ASAP to share luxury MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086, Waterbed-Kirta, 85% waveless mattress

MOBILE HOMES: 2/2 In nice quiet area. Pool, Fireplace, Northgate 38620$2499. Leading Edge heater, bookcase headboard, 6-drawer,
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet D/W./ 250/mo. I smoke & have kitten. Call 386SX laptop w/40/ MB hd & battery-
$325 obo. 375-1287
washer/dryer available In most units for 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Steve 372-8202. 10-22-5-5 $1995. & 2 year warranties Onsite war (pedestal eve) 10-25-5-6

$20 mo Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B. 1 & 2 Bath ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185..

$250-$375, sec & Imr 372-6422. 12-14- N/S M/F 3 bdr Fieldstone house, wood HP Laser Jet Up- $987. 3743 W. University Round ticketGainesville Pitts-
Farms- rental from $260 Incl. trip to
76-2 floors, ac/heat, fenced yd, gar, wash/dry, Ave. 12-14-52-6
water, sewer garbage pick-up, lawn 5 min walk to UF, Avail Immed $185/mo + burgh Nov 23.25. $225 obo. Call 377-

INCREDIBLE main. Also some great buy*. Quietl Will 1/3/ util. Call 336-4804. 10-30-10-5 CUSTOM COMPUTERS 6168 10-26-6-6
take long term travel trailers. 378-9291
Efficiency Apt. 286-12 w/1 meg ram, graphics monitor, ATTENTION BIKERS
Open weekends too. 1214473SUBLEASE Rockwood Villas- rmmt needed for own 40 hard drive
Starting at $185 meg 1 yr on-site $925 others bikers butt
Blinking beacons could
Starting at $235 /12 Bedroom fully turn br/ba. Nice 3 br/3 ba condo avail. 332-8333. 10-26-15-6 save
MEADOWCREST110NW39th w/all/ amenities $225/mo./ Call 3389332. your butt. Personal emergency strobe,
just! clip to your backside. 3 mile visibility
Ave 10-23-5-5 IBM PS/2/ model 30, fish tank(55( gal), 50-70 flashes minute. Regular
378-3988 : lamps VCR, beta, stereo, comics, TV,
375-3861 Female to share a room. Not gay just dorm fridge, furn, & much more. 335- $29.95 on sale" $19.95 George's Hardware -

12-14-76-2 4 HOUSEAPT.Oakbrook brokel 125 + 1/3 util + deposit. Call 1982 for Info. 10-23.9.8 3424 W University Ave. 378.1321.

Leslie or Marlene at 375-2372. 10-24-5-5 10-25-5-6

"Check Our New Specials"All Like new MICROWAVE, medium size
Walk-F to share 2bdr/2ba/ fully Couch, loveseat, chair, dining table, all
Amenities Available N/S/ F professional or grad studentown Avantl. $65 or best offer. Call 332. 932
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED furnished, equipped kit., own wash/dry./ rm/ba wa/dry. Tower Oaks area leave message. 17511 waterbed 70, big desk 25. Call

Roommates Available Available 1290. Must lease! $215/mo./ $175/mo + 1/2 ut + *ml sec. Must like Scott day 392-6491 or after 6 462-7122.

Call 3359234. 10-24-10-4 dogs 332-7910. 10-24-5-5 RUGS AND 10-25-5-6
We're No.1REGENCV 1 CARPETS. Affordable rem

OAKS WALK TO UF ltd, pool, laundry. Available nants for your dorm or apartment We
BRANDYWINEA N/S Fern needed to
378-5766 deliver! Ray' Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 3775265. .
3230 SW Archer Road now to May. Furnished $280mth. share room, $160/mon. + 1/3 util, 6 blocks E. of campus. 11-14-20-6 7 REAL ESTATE
Call 3350744.
COUNTRY GARDENS fully/nicely turn, many xtras-call nowl!

373-4500 Sublease a large 1 373-0024. 10-25-6-5 Sterling silver Gator rings. Unique design Rockwood Villas condo 2/2/ lor sale

2001 SW 16th Street very detailed. $18 each, Call 371-
bd/bth/ unfurnished apt. Available Immediately
N/S/ to in mobile home.
rent own room 3634. 10-19-5-6 by owner. 3351982.
12-14-76-2 Call Astrid 335-6471 376-
or Great location SW .
( ) $125 + 1/2/ util. 102397Get

SW LUXURY condo, 2BR, 11/2 BA, pool 9549. 10287.4 Call Steve 3356297. 102565F GATOR GROWL TICKETSFOR

hookups, Icemaker, near UF/shopping/ Sublet cozy 1 Ibr loft apt 3 blks N ol 'n/s Roommate wanted ASAP, $145 a SALE 8 together CHEAP 377-6724. your real estate license. Tu & Th
evenings 6-10 pm 818 W Univ. Ave.
Incl.MANAGMENT water & garbage 3723060.pickup 10-19-4-2, $450 KEY UF on 18 St. $290/mo/ 3752342. month, OWN ROOM, + 1/4 utilities at Starts Oct. 23 371-2787 Florida Centerfor

10-26-7-4 4.5 Woodgate Manor call 3329560. 10-23- LET'S TRADE: Alto axophone-$300 Real Estate Education 10-23-8-7

SPACIOUSONE value for a computer desk w/file drawers

BEDROOM APT and chair or will sell or buy either. Call Assumable 9% fixed FHA mortgage with
Studious N/S F needed 2
to share a bdrm
ONLY $273/MO 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE Karen 371.1073 (Iva msg.) 10-22-5-6 no qualifying. MILL POND TOWN
2 1/2 bath townhouse. 219/mo + 1/2 HOUSE with
LYONS APT garage, fireplace study.
util. Call
3320743. 10-24-5-5
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 VILLAGE SINGLE BED- mattress, boxspring, and Many custom features. Call owner at
12-14-76-2 frame for $35. Call 3771408. 10-23-5-6 335-0718 for more Info** 10191.7
Roommates available N/S F Roommate Needed to rent own

Reserve your room for fall. bdr/bth/ In Reflections-brand new
LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI! $250 Bus service to UF and SFCC $245/mo. Call Alex at 3756296leave baby crib $50, toddler car seat $10 I chair

moves you In. Close to UF and Shands. Furn or unfurn. $175-1250 per message. 10255.5 $30, rattan hanging chair $30, chaps $35 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED

376-1248. 10-30-20-2 roommate/month MZ Prop Mgmt. 3361850.new car speaker 10-22-4-6((2)) @ $20 each Call

Inc. Realtor 3750207.

Year week Vacation at Daytona Beach on 1019245ALIBERALA Dorm refrig, octagon table ft 4 chairs, 4 Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery

usl 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 10- 6 FOR SALE barrel chairs, desks, sofa chair, 6 cane available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace,
m/f/ roommate wanted to across from Alley Katz 338-3825. 10-31-
19-13-2 chairs, IBM selectric II, 373-
share 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2/ 37-8
TYPESETTERVarityper 5410. 2 Disk 2128. 10-23-5-6
mile to UF, $150/mo/ + 1/2 util. 372-
drives, 2 film cassette, 2 film cannltter
ONE MONTH FREE 5590. 10-19-15-5 Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 Fisher stereo VCR with remote $150. ....85 YAMAHA RZ-350***

Studios and one bedroom yrs. Perfect for small typesetting job*. SEGA system, eight games $150. Must W/RacIng kit- VERY FASTI!
from $235 Walk to UF. CollegePark Mature person wanted to share 2bd/2ba sell need MUST SELLI! $1000 CBO
Good machine for small type shop. System money Call 3356957. 10.19-
Properties 371-7777 10-31-23-2 condo in SW area, close to UF. W/D,
includes 3 roll 6 In. RC film & 6 font 3-6 ...Call Ray 335.9312 Iv meg*.*>
pool sec.system. $285/mo + util. Call 10-25-10-8
disks. OBO. Call The
$3,500 Alligator at
ONE MONTH FREE or security system. evenings 373.4503 or 335-4731. 10-22- Safari Audio win
373-9926 for more Info. more trophies at
Villager West, central air, quiet 10.5
IASCA event than all other stores In
cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street Harley Sportster, Andrew cam, 84'Honda
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Galneivlll combined. 4110 SW 34 St. Interceptor, 700 cc. $2800 each.
from .th Ave. 371-7777 FN/S to share nice house with enviro.
brand are all at our New Location! Car 3361128. 10-23-5-6 Joe 378-6368. 102558AUTOS
10-31-23-2 aware veterinary students. Own room
Stereo Specialists! 3215 NW 13 SI. 372-
$170/mo + 1/3/ util. Great location! Call 2070. 12-14-76-8 Typewriter IBM Sol II corrector Excellent

ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to 374-4408. 10-25-10-5 cond late model $195. Also IBM set

UF. 2brl1/ ba. $175 College I good condition $60. 9
Crlmestopper Car Alarm, K-40 Radar Phone 462-4964.
Park Properties 371-7777 Female roommate needed for spring se 10-19-2-6
Detector, Infinity, Sanaul, Sony,
10-31-23-2 mester. Own room in a house.
great Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. 1982 CAMARO, / New paint / luper-
block from UF Please Jennifer
Only one call
s We Beat All Price 373-3754. 12-14-78- Complete waterbed for saleCHEAPI clean interior / Alpine stereo / rebuilt
2 quie ,.2 bd 2nd floor apts, porches, storage 3713949. 10-25-10-5 Call
Henry 3324878.
8 Iran*. A A must seal, $3200 obo. Call
cent H/A d/w, fans, SW/Villas; 335.2202 leave
$375 water Incl); 373.0701.10-19-10-2 F roommate/ needed In 3bd 2ba new ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Gold membership at Sunkissed Tanning message

apt in Greenwich Green $220/mon/ Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba Center. 120.00 value for only 50.001 1986 NISSAN 200SX, black 5-speed,
WALK TO UF, 2BR efficiency I with i separate 1 13ut./ Call 335-1504. 10-22-5-5 ; Call Donan-374-6641.
1 Ii Crunch, Hatler MEI) VSE alarm Lanzar 10-23-4-6 tinted windows, a/c. cruise control, power
l entrances, shared bath t kitchen t ,
125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6 windows, loaded. Very nice. $5300 Call
Incl. some utilities, $275 KEY MANAGE.. Seeking high caliber studious rmmt. 21- Club Futura (where 2 Live Crew was arrested 1-473-2951

MENT 372-3060. 10-19-4-2 28 yrs nil/ no drugs, responsible, broadminded ) "Censorship Sucks" T-shirt by

.j SWM or straight demeanor GWM DISCOUNT HI-FI mall I Only $14 each, 2 for $25 or 5 for ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE

Pets welcome-no fee. Beautiful terra only reply to share spacious ibdr/lba/ apt 722 S. Main The Red Bldg. $55 tax Incl. White-Pink-BlacH M/L/XL, LOW RATES, low payment, fait drive-

l cotta the'' floor. College View Apartm.ntsf ,w/amen. 5-10min walk to UF, $165 + WE ARE CHEAPER Send cack/lIIlO.:l so.Club.Fwsure. T-shirt. ,i I UiHJsewlc, *e feabla.&a. ,anolt377277

37V7777 10-22-5-2 1 1/2elec./ negotiable Call 3784712. 10- 12-14-76-6 2100 Hollywood Blvd. Hlwd FL 33020. 377-CARS. WE CARE. 11-1-20-9




1087 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door 88' Honda CRX HF,white wblue Interior, 1986 FIERO SE, black, sunroof 56,000 SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS FOR COL

locks, seats, windows, a/c, am/fm tap, 32.000ml, 5.speed, $6900 obo, great gas original miles In perfect condition AKRON TICKET ((1 or 2)) ERIC LEGE Are available! Millions go un.
auto, wht ext/blue Int Exc condo mutt mileage, very dependable, please call $3800. Must sell.best offer Call 377 at 336-4859 10-19210 claimed yearly. 1 .800.334.3881
sell best offer 3345053. 371.9888. 5528. 10949

1981 Dodge Omni speed, rebuilt carb ft Topless Bug, buttercup yellow 79 VW NEED AUBURN TIX Personal Protection, tear gas, pocket

Mazda RX7 tan 1984 leather Int. 70K trans, very dependable, good mpg, runs convertible, "breeze to drive, great con Call 335.9620. 1022210 sized, $13.95. Great gilt LCM 2841 A
mi., strong & last, new tires, 5 speed great Asking $975. Call John 377.9050 dition, see & drive, $4,800. nag 373 Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl
$5900 obo 374.9590 ask lor Max. excel Iv mess 101979 2128. 102349CONVERTIBLE 33408
condo 1019109

Porsche 944.Blaupunkt.option*.new 11 SERVICESNW
88 RX7 SE47K, sunroof, a/c. tint, tires-brakes-eng. Fast & beautiful, $60k ELDORADO

Potenza RE.71 tires, garaged cover, excellent look .for only $12,995. 332.7550 after3p.m. 97,000 actual miles, Cold Air, second Mini storage at I.75 & NW 39th Ave

$11,000 obo. Call 37i 7542 10 owner $1495 336.6535. near Oaks Mall area, SxSto lOx 20 from 1233 NW 10th Av..
1989 $20, 10% disc to students 3328917 3721664MCVISAlnsurance
320I'automatic great stereo-sun- Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew / /
new tires-brakes-engine. Looks
clutch, tires, starter 84k miles a/c, Free Pregnancy TestMember
good runs good4995. 332 7550 .!ter3p.m.
asking only $1600 or best offer call
T.J. Morriiie/s 3345290. 101659 Get conhd.ntlalllsllng and treatment at National Abortion Federation

Brand new 90' Eagle Talon fully loaded,
tinted windows, car 7000 ml .
phone STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification
COLOR 335 1297 10 22 5 9
Call the Club m\ 372-B7C anytime Take over payment Call Dan 643.9410, ** GATOR MOVING ** Exam *FTCE* Only $26.95 Send
Ive 10 25 5 9
msg check/money/ order to: Teachers Support
Buick Regal 1982. Low
mileage, runs Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng/ I.
ServIces Box 2585 Apopka, FL 32704
great, many new parts, asking $2400. Item/Hi Full. Days/Eves/ Long disLieIns ph
4078898469. 11 2 20 11
Call 373.6567 3749640. 102259 .
or / Harry/Bill 3744791. 12.14.7811
1969 beige classic convertible VW Bee 10 WANTEDLocal *Associate Tutoring*

tie New top, new paint, rebuilt engine. SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons English, Math, Humanities, etc
VICTORY BLOWOUT, Runs great Sacrifice at $2800 obo. Call boarding woodser facilities II you need help, Call 335.7746. 10.23.
Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
Tyler at 376.9802. 101949 hay rides parties sales working 10.11
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie Fine
i Pitchers I students accepted. 466 3224, 375.8080.
I Better than new 1990, sporty, burgandy Jewelry 3739243. **** LET'S' PARTY **
of BUD 11 Honda CRX. Under 5000 mis Stereo Gator Boogie 371.4919 Professional DJ

9 til 12 I system, A/C, $500 cash and assume AUBURN TIX- WILL TRADE *SUNBELT MOVING* service all musical formats 12.'14.42.
loan. Ive msg 336.7858. GROWL TIX/CASH/ 375.1269. 10-19- 11
Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.

OPEN !:OOM til at feast 40MM; ( 84' Suzuki SJ.410 (Samurai) Convertible 3.10TOP 1. ItemHouse full Local/Lng/ d st DON'T BE NEXTII!

Sports Top a/c/ radio, 70K asking $2,750. DOLLAR FOR Lie/Ins Priced for Students! Marty 375 Protect yourself with the "PARAL YZER"

Call 338.0478 student. GROWL ANDHOMECOMING MOVE. 12147611AAA Keycha unit or home canister $11.95 v

TIX $1.50 shipping (checks OK.) Dade Enterprises .
1985 Toyota MR2 brand new parts and CALL 3320895. 1019310 STORAGE PO Box 164407, Little Rock AR
P new engine reliable 2nd car MUST SELL Close to UF, Convenient 72206 or call SOI: .376.2467 103010
r 6500 Obo 376.6570. 10192.9 4x4x4 $15/mo/
/ WANTED: Stock Firebird aluminum rims 11 I
4x8x8 $3umo533SW2ndAve /
from 1987 and up. Call Brian at 336 .
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$3.00 All Show Before 6pm 8289. 10.23.510DESPERATEI Car Stereo Installation/Consultations.
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NIGHT; Of THE LIVING DEAD (*) EASTERN FEDERALTHEATRES I Need 2 or 4 tickets for No commissions Call Troy 372.0879
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this attitude of dominance are sure
J to leave their marks in the record
JI books and go on to play in the NFL
I At the present moment, defen-
) sive end Huey Richardson is two
sacks away from replacing Alonzo
f" i 6 6f 6s" Johnson as liPs all-time leading
ii career sacker.Richardson.
i set a single season
record for sacks in 1989 with 12.5.
He also is a leading candidate for
t the Lombardi Trophy for the
e nation's top lineman.
Other standouts include Richard
Fain, Godfrey Miles and Will
White. Fain and Myles are both
finalists for the Thorpe Defensive
Back of the Year Award. Fain also
was a finalist last year.
I He and White are also fourth and
I fifth respectively on the career interceptions -
I list.
I These players are part of a team
t that has continued UF's dominanceon
I the field and in the rankings.Five .
times in the last 10 seasons
UF has led the SEC in total defense.No .
other school in the entire South-
eastern Conference has appearedat
the top of the standings more
than once throughout the last de-

it gets better.
I The Gators, who are currently
ranked tenth in the nation in total
4 defense,finished their past two seasons -
ranked third. Last year, the
tf I defense also finished atop the SECin
f total defense.
Such statistics are truly impres-
sive when two important factors are
considered. *
The Gators' defense lines up
against some of the nation's most
I high-powered offenses.
i Also, the defensive formationshave
changed three times in the
past four years under three differ-
ent defensive coordinators.
"Any time you have changes,
there is a transition period as far
as the players adjusting to the new
coaching staff and the coaches ad-
justing to the players," Bates said.
"It takes a little time to get a
scheme set in. The more experi-
enced a football team is with it, the
better they're going to get within
that scheme."
In 1987, Zaven Yaralian em-
ployed a 3.4 formation while Gary
Darnell and Norris both used a 4-3
formation from 1988 through 1989.
Enter Bates.
Bates installed the new 4-4 aligh-
ment this year, which has enjoyed
I great success. The defense is cur
rently ranked second in the SEC in
total yards allowed a game.
"The 4-4 is a well-balanced de-
fense. We can pressure the quarterback
or pressure an offense at
any time with our blitz package.
We're very aggressive as far as
coming off the ballup front. We are
Women are accounting for a growing proportion of alcohol-related not a set-back-and-read.as-
come front," Bates said of the new

For the sake of your family, your friends-for your own sake-never drink and drive. formation.Bates regrets losing some "real

fine players" at the close of this
And join the agents and employees of Nationwide9'Insurance in our fight to preserve season and hopes for a solid re-
cruiting class. As far as the future
consider drunk driving a Nationwide problem. goes, he feels the defense will con-
You we
lives and property. see, tinue its dominant tradition."It .
looks real promising," Bates
said, "we as a defensive staff feel
DE0. we installed a strong and
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Nationwide Is on your side better."





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RUNNINGfrom second, third and fourth-place fin UF Invitational, has been nearly as the rest of the Gators squad -they The Lady Gators had a taste of

page 37 ish in UFs four meets, and has not consistent as Frazier. She has not are not without talent. their SEC foes earlier in the seasonat

placed lower than fifth in any meet placed lower than 12th, and was Freshmen Marny Westphal and the Crimson Classic in Tuscaloosa -

two finishers all season for the this season. runner-up to Frazier at the Michigan Breda Gaffney possess the remaining Ala., finishing behind three

Gators. Coach Monica O'Reilly said State Invitational on Sept. 15. top-10 finishes for the Gators. SEC foes. However, the four teams

Frazier, who has won two meets Frazier has done a 360-degree turn Velsen said she's happy with her They've been steady, but their pro- were separated by only 13 points.

this season, is the team leader and around as an athlete in the past performance, but not content. gression needs to continue if the The Gators cannot look too far

top runner for the Gators. An Ail- year. "I've done good, but it could be Gators want to challenge for the ahead however. They're at the

American in track last season anda "She's the strong, dominating better," Velsen said. SEC Championship."Their Florida Inter-Collegiate Champi-

member of the dean's list every force behind the team," O'Reilly Although the Gators lack depth running is very impor- onships, a state meet composed of

semester of her collegiate career, said.Velsen after Frazier and Velsen there tant," Velsen said. "You just can't Florida schools, today at 4:45: p.m.

she has led the Gators to a first, who won last Saturday's are only three top-10 finishes from have one or two runners." in Tampa.


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SENIORSfrom things ever category. Bowl appearances In HOOPSfrom Stewart started the last 11 games last
page 39 1987, 1988 and 1989 the school's first 39 season at point guard, and Hogan was the
since 1983 included a 14-10 victory over page Gators three-point specialist, hitting on 27
"Some poor circumstances'happened in Illinois, for instance. But the Gators have All-SEC honors. of 66 attempts.As .
1986 that are affecting this team now," Fain taken their share of blindside shots over After outstanding seasons his first two a freshman last season, Grimsley ap-
said."And ((1984)) had nothing to do with us, that stretch.In years for the Gators, Chatman returns to peared in 27 games for the Gators, startingin
but what can you do? You've got to take it, fact, the Gators have done most of the the team after his abbreviated stint last year. 18. He played at both guard and forward
but you don't have to like it." damage themselves, always teetering on As a freshman, Chatman was a force in positions, averaging six points a game.
Forget about that nasty old NCAA for a the edge of national power before plummeting the Gators NCAA Tournament games, and Willie Jackson and Turner fill out the UF
while. (And while you're at it, forget about back to mediocrity. was named to several All-Freshmen teams.In returnees. Jackson, who is a wide receiveron
the Iraq crisis and the $1.57 you're payingfor Teasing themselves, year after year. his second season, Chatman averaged the football team, can play either guardor
a gallon of gas.) Over the last half of 1986 and the first half 16.1 points a game and was an All-SEC small forward.
And forget about the mass exodus of of 1987, UF won 10 games over a 13-game selection as well as the Most Valuable Turner, a 6-7 junior, returns to supply
coaches since 1990's fifth-year players arrived stretch, including away victories over powerhouses Player of the SEC tournament. needed help off the bench for the frontcourt
I in 1986. Three head coaches and al- Georgia, Florida State and Ala Kruger is hoping Chatman will have as players.Of .
I, most 30 assistant coaches have passed bama. much fun this season. the new players joining the squad this
through the revolving door guarding Flor- UF finished 1987 with four losses in its The Gators back court will have Garcia season, Kruger said he expects junior col-
ida Field in the past five years. last five outings. No national power. Heck, returning to start for his second season. lege transfer Jeremy Ulmer to step in a makean
The seniors have been through more than no national ranking. Garcia joined the Gators as a sophomore in immediate contribution. A 6-7 forward,
death-penalty threats and coaching The 1988 season followed a similar route. 1988, and his insertion into the starting Ulmer averaged 12 points and 10 reboundsa
changes.For Early-season victories over lesser teams lineup midway through that season was a game in his two seasons. at SacramentoCity
example, Chris Bromley almost lost normally not enough to evoke visions of a factor in the Gators SEC championship.Last College in California.
his helmet-along with his head -gn his first-ever Sugar Bowl appearance, but donein season,he was the only Gator to start "I think Jeremy Ulmer is a physical type
first snap as a Gator. convincing fashion ((127-0 over Montana all 28 games, averaging 11.6 points a game. player and a banger," Kruger said. "We
Bromley,a redshirt freshman in 1987,had State and Indiana State in 1988)) sent Joining Davis, Garcia and Chatman as for expect him to come in and help us right
inherited the long snapping job from the starstruck fans scurrying for the latest UPI the Gators will be Poole, last year's team away."
injured Andy Newman against Louisiana Top 20 to see the Gators' latest climb. Most Valuable Player. Craig Brown and Louis Rowe join the
State, the fourth game of the season."I The sizzling start had players caught up Poole's performance in the latter part of team as freshmen and could also be a help
was running down the field, and I just in the excitement, too. last season was one of the few bright spots for the Gators this season.
got blind sided," Bromley remembers, smil- Then came the late-season collapses. UF for UF. He led the Gators in scoring in eightof Brown is a 6-3 guard form Steelton, Pa.,
ing. "It was one of those Boo-Yaa's our guys lost five of its last seven games in 1988,four the last 12 games with a 15.7 average. who averaged 18 points a game as a high
call big hits. My brother (Scott, a line- of its last five in 1989. Poole, who was a medical redshirt duringthe school senior.
backer) played for LSU, so I knew some of To say expectations of the sanctions 1988-89 season, injured his knee over Rowe is a 6-7 forward who can also play
the guys. I knew the guy who hit me, and weren't met would be an understatement.This the summer and had been expected tp miss guard.A graduate of Lakewood High Schoolin
that made it worse. will not be the first group of seniorsto some of this season. St. Petersburg, Rowe led the Spartans to
"It's been four years, and my teammates bring home a Sugar Bowl. But he has been practicing with the team, a 27-5 record while scoring 17 points a game
won't let me forget that." This will, however, be the first group of and he said he'll be 100 percent for the last year.
Bromley had his revenge last year in UFs seniors stuck with the two-time cheater Gators season opener. The tallest player on the Gators squad is
Homecoming game against New Mexico, a label. Among returning players, B.J. Carter, Martti Kuisma, a 6-10 freshman from
27-21 victory. Thanks, Galen. Thank you, NCAA."I Hosie Grimsley, Brian Hogan and Scott Helsinki, Finland. Kuisma joins the Gators
"Same situation, I'm long snapping on a Stewart will compete for playing time at the after playing for the Finnish National Team.
punt, and I run down and catch the ball over used to be upset that I wasn't going to other guard position.I Filling out the team are newcomers Darryl -
my shoulder on the 2-yard line," Bromleysaid. go to a Sugar Bowl," Fain said. "But I've Carter started last year as the point guard Findley and Gary Willoughby. Findley is
That was the greatest thing ever." come to accept it. Now, if I can't get to the before injuring his hand and missing 12 a walk-on from Buchholz High School,while
over the last four years, UF has accumulated Sugar Bowl as a player, maybe I can get games. He averaged 5.8 points and 2.8 assists Willoughby is a junior college transfer from
some experiences in the greatest there as an alumnus." a game in his first season as a Gator. Edison Community College in Fort Myers.

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MOMENTSfrom then turned around to one of his assistantsand goal,the conduct of the Auburn defense also Kent State in 1986 and the 52-2 rout of North
page 39' said, 'We'd better hope so, because if stands out in his mind. Carolina, a victory that avenged a 22-7 loss
Spurrier attempts it in this situation he'll "Auburn, like a lot of teams were told by to the Tar Heels the previous season.
"The laces were right dead at me," Spur- make it." their coaches to go ahead and take some UF has posted a 45-20-1() record in home-
rier said. "But as soon as I hit it, I thoughtI UF improved to 7-0} with the victory, the shots at me, because they would never call coming games but not all games invoke
I had made it,' because it came out straight.I best start in the Gators history. The week roughing the passer," Spurrier said. "In my fond memories for the Gators.
I had actually made one from 41 yards earlierin after the victory over Auburn UF lost to three years at Florida, I never had one Among the worst:
the season against Northwestern so I Georgia 27-10, and ended the regular sea roughing the passer called. They were hit- UFs 64-13 loss to Auburn in 1970. Se-
knew if I hit it solid I could reach it." son at 9-2. ting me in the sides and it never got called. lected UF administrators, student leaders
Carlson who was the Sports Information UF ended its season with a 27.12 loss to "One of them took a late shot right in frontof and players had to travel to Tallahassee two
Director at Auburn from 1959-63 said for Georgia Tech in the Orange Bowl. the Auburn bench. He sort of brushed by days prior to the game to testify in front ofa
mer Tigers coach Ralph "Shug"Jordan told "If we had not beaten Auburn, I doubt me and missed and I tried to kick dirt on special three-member Board of Regents
him he knew there would be problems when seriously if we would have been invited to him. I missed the ground and kicked him committee that was attempting to reevaluate -
Spurrier came out for the field goal attempt. the Orange Bowl,"Carlson said. "Plus beat right in the butt.They all started yelling,but the role of athletics at state universities."It .
"Larry Rentz who was playing defensive ing Auburn..there's no bigger opponentsthan the referee didn't see it, and I jogged backto was bad enough we were playing Au-
back but had been a great high school Auburn Georgia and Florida State. the huddle real fast. burn, but to have that happen and all this
quarterback was the holder," Carlson said. Auburn's our oldest rival, and it had to be Not all of UF's 67 Homecoming games questioning of whether football even be-
Jordan( ) said Auburn assistants starting one of the biggest wins we ever had." have been as competitive. Among Carlson's longs (in college) really depressed the play-
yelling to watch for the fake field goal. He As much as Spurrier remembers the field favorites were the Gators' 52-9 thrashing of ers," Carlson said. "It was horrible."

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HOMECOMINGfrom games. But with its tendency of situation either. Zips. Defensive end Mark Murraysaid he rushed for a school-record 316
playing weaker teams, UF has won "People were looking for tickets UF needs a rest. yards. But the 1-6 Lobos shredded
page nine of its last 10 Homecominggames. for Homecoming and we didn't "After a game like Tennessee, UF's highly rated defense in the
To get three more opponents, have any," Foley said. "It's not an I'd love to play (Akron)," Murraysaid. last 22 minutes of the game, out-
UF pays what Foley calls the The Gators only recent loss was ideal situation." "We need that right now." scoring the Gators 21-6.
NCAA's "teams on the rise" to -once again-to Auburn in 1988, But some schools enjoy a close Akron is being paid $150,000 to Cornerback Richard Fain said
travel to Gainesville. Teams that a 16-0 blanking that wasn't even Homecoming matchup. When UF come to Gainesville, with the idea out of the three Homecominggames
are consistently in the top-20 will supposed to be' connected with traveled to Knoxville last week to that they will curl up and do nothing he's played at UF, the one
not make the trip unless the Gators Gator Growl and the rest of the meet Tennessee, it was the just the way the alumni wantit. against New Mexico was his favor
agree to visit them later. festivities. Volunteers' Homecoming game. In the past, though, such teams ite because the Gators had to stay
Usually one of those three paid Homecoming that year was originally The Vols planned to face the have fought back and at least triedto on their toes.
teams wind up as UF's Homecoming scheduled for the weekendof Gators on their big weekend, even give the Gators a good game.In "Last year, (the Lobos) weren'ta
opponent. the Memphis State game, Carl though UF had beaten Tennesseein 1984 when the Gators played bad team," Fain said. "They
Foley added that when the Ga son said. But the kickoff of UPs each of their last four meetings. Syracuse, it was nearly an upset. pretty much hung in the game."
tors played SEC teams for Home- Capital Campaign to raise money Tennessee coach Johnny Majors Although many even Cosby Fain said he doesn't feel sorry
coming, the schools usually UF was the weekend of the LSU welcomed the challenge. thought it would be a blowout, the for UF's weaker Homecoming op-
wanted tickets for their fans. With game one week before the Ga "This is what college football is Orangemen gave UF one of its ponents because the team is paid
fewer tickets for the home team, tors would play Memphis State. all about," Majors said. "I'd like to strongest tests of the year before and its players get some exposure
there weren't enough left over for Marshall Criser, then UPs pres- see an easier opponent come to losing 16-0. against a nationally ranked team.
the alumni who wanted to come. ident, didn't want UF to have two town, but this is what fans and the And last year, when UF playedthe Besides, he said he thinks
VYou don't set out to play the big weekends in a row. So he decided media, players and coaches look New Mexico Lobos for Homecoming Akron will be another challengingteam
weaker teams," Foley said. "But to push Homecoming back forward to being involved with." in a game odds makers like the Lobos.
you want to get a team which won't two weeks to the Auburn game. But Tennessee might not have assumed would be so lopsided they They're not as powerful as we
freeze up ticket sales for Home- That made it tough on the Ga run up the score as much on a team didn't set a line, the Gators barely are, but they do have some mar
coming." tors, who had difficulty showingany like Temple. UF lost 45-3. pulled out a 27-21 win. quee players," Fain said. "When
Before the 1980s, the Gators hada signs of life during the game. After that game, the Gators are UF tailback Emmitt Smith had a you play a team like that, it can
36-19-1 record for HomecomingAlley The fans weren't' happy with the looking forward to playing the field day against New Mexico, as make it interesting."

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By MATT FOGLESON "We're going to run pretty much the same Mitchell, breaststroke. their top swimmers- from last year. Fresh
Alligator WriterIn program," said Foster, a 9-year assistant Foster said if the team has a weakness, it men sensations Whitney Hedgepeth and Lea
I under Reese."I stayed under Randy becauseI probably is in the freestyle events. Loveless left UF in the wake of Reese's I
keeping with UFs 1990 theme of out I believed in the things he did." But Foster said that could change if some resignation.
with the old, and in with the new, both UF Those things included such odd training of his swimmers reach their potential this Hedgepeth, a freestylist who transferred
swim teams have new coaches methods as swimming against
year. to the University of Texas, was
this year. the Ichetucknee River's current. Juniors freestylists Jamie .s last year's high scorer at the
After leading the men's and Ivey, meanwhile, has said he Ament, Lewis Fadely, Mark SEC meet, and Loveless, who
women's teams for 14 years, will change a few things about Mulligan, Matt Shenker and specialized in the backstroke,
Randy Reese stepped down as the program. He plans to work Jonathon Sakovich must per- played a vital role in the team's
women's coach in January to with each athlete individually, form well for the team to up- success.
concentrate on the men's paying special attention to hold its position as one of the But, despite the losses, the
squad. But in April, Reese re- athletes' schedules. best in the nation. d team is still loaded with talent.
signed his post completely.And Even though Reese is gone, Foster said his team is practicing Juniors Jane Kerr and Laura
suddenly, one of UFs many of his talented swimmers hard and will be ready by Walker,who both swim the but
most stable programs was return. the time the season starts next f terfly and freestyle,won bronze
searching for new leadership. For the men, Foster is count- month. medals in the 1988 Olympics.
Longtime UF assistant Skip Ivey ing on former Olympians Anthony They're working very hard," Foster Junior Kristen LinehaY.
Foster took control of the men's team, and Nesty and Martin Zubero to lead the Foster said."We need to do the kind of work (backstroke, freestyle),junior Nancy Marley
Mitch Ivey,who served as an assistant coach team by example. for the next six weeks that we've done the (freestyle, butterfly), senior Lorraine Per
for the 1988 U.S. Olympic team, became the Each won two gold medals at this first six weeks. If we do that,we'll!be in good kins (backstroke, butterfly) and senior
women's coach. Y summer's Goodwill Games, Nesty in the shape." Stephanie Zunich (breastroke) all are expected
Both coaches say they are ready to keep butterfly and Zubero in the backstroke. On the women's side, the team is out to to be team leaders as well. And
UPs winning tradition alive. Others who should make significant con defend the SEC title it has won the last five freshman Nicole Haislett, a freestyle gold
Foster said he doesn't' plan to make many tributions include John Dennison, breast- years. medalist at the Goodwill Games, is consid-
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I Weekend crucial for volleyball teamBy AKRONfrom page 40

six home contests. in three days, including the Gators. "
HUGH HENCKEN be kidding ourselves to consider knocking them off,
Alligator Writer Today at 5 p.m. in the Florida Gym, UF has been led all year by the playof Faust said. 'We're going to go down there and just try
the Gators play the Mississippi. The "
to survive.
Steffi leads the
junior Legall. Legall
The UF volleyball team has had a Rebels to Gainesville with
come an overall *
UF football coach Steve Spurrier doesn't seem to
team in both kills and digs. McReavysaid
this fall. Before their
tough season record of 7-5 and a Southeastern with Faust.
match against Baylor, the Gators are Conference record of 2-2. The Gators Legall has been playing well. agree
27-3 UF win and
"Furman gave us a good game (a ),
7.11 overall and 1-2 in the Southeastern will attempt to even their SEC record at "
there with Furman said.Akron
right Spurrier
The Gators have been getting Im-
conference.The .
2-2 with the Rebels.
a victory over "
Gators have been playing well, Sunday at 1 p.m., UF will host their proved play from Kristin Guetzkow. is very capable of beating us.
Unfortunately for the Zips,they haven't been able to
Guetzkow currently second in the SEC
but their schedule has not been in their only doubleheader of the season.
beat anybody since mid-September. Akron has lost its' j
favor. With 11 of First fellow in blocking average. Over the last few
18 matches games the Gators have really improved last three games by a total of 14 points, including last
road, the State their blocking and net play. Saturday's 17-13 loss to Navy.
probThe Mississippi ,
have had UF volleyball in to the Based on performances of a week ago,the UF-Akron
Although UF's record is below .500, matchup could be dubbed the Turnover Bowl. The
lems,but yet,man O'Connell Center
team will play one Gators and Zips combined for 13 turnovers in their
aged to remain to face the Gators. the Gators have not lost any morale.The
close in most of match today and two on Then, defending Gators have a very young team this games last week.
their road Atlantic Coast season and expected to have some prob- Akron, which had six botches against the Midshipmen -
atches. Sunday Conference cham- lems. has turned the ball over 12 times in its last three

UF Head Coach pion North Caro- games.
Marilyn McReavy has been pleased with lina will play the Gators at 3 p.m.Sunday. The only senior on the team, Lisa One mistake Saturday could be one too many for the
Bonk, is out with an injured knee. Bonkis Zips, Faust said.
the play of the team this season."I The Mississippi State Bulldogs are
"Since they lost to Tennessee, we won't be able to
expected to return within two weeks.
12-7 overall and 1-3 in the SEC. The
think were competitively ready (to sneak up on them," Faust said. "And we cannot affordto
play) right now," McReavy said. "I am Aimee Bulldogs York.are led in kills by sophomore 'We get to tense points out there (on hand the ball away like we have been."
proud of our team in the way we have the court) and our youth often will The Zips have difficulty holding onto the ball?Great.
really fought for our matches." North Carolina is 11-8 overall and 3-0 show," McReavy noted. "There is a lot Tennessee sure didn't.

UF's Homecoming weekend is important in the ACC. The Tar Heels have won of effort between teammates to get each Not only that, but Akron surely can't have the size
for the team. With three home four of their last five matches. other going and not to fail at critical the Volunteers had up front, right?

games, not including last night's match North Carolina plays in a tournamentin times. We have come a long way, and Think again. Akron's front line averages 276 poundsa
versus Baylor, the Gators are enjoying Tampa on Friday and Saturday. The everybody is excited about playing a man, including a pair of chunky 290-pounders on
their longest home stand of the year with Tar Heels will have played five matches stage of home matches." I either side of the ball.


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country teams ready for conference meet

By MARC LAROZE Wilson. Mykytok, the winner of are only 12 days later, on Nov. 10.
'1S .elfd two meets this season, has been In order for the Gators to advanceto
r the top finisher for the Gators in the NCAA's, they must first
+( With the return of their top run all four meets. show their mettle at the District III
1 ners, the UF men's and women's LeValle and Middleman have Championships.No .
cross country squads opened the provided both stability and leader mettle, no NCAA's."I .
1990 season with high expecta ship in a Gators squad that's tal- think reaching the NCAA's is
tions. ented none of its top four a possibility," Webb said.
Four meets into the season,with runners has placed lower than 17th UF's remaining runners include:
the Southeastern Conference -but lacking in depth.In Sean Belgrade, Dan Clark, C.J.
rM Championships just 10 days away their two toughest meets of Evans, Scott Freedman, Pat McD-
hosted this year by UF on the the year, the Virginia and Florida onough and Ed Raguso."I .
University Golf Course the Ga State Invitationals, none of the remaining think Ed Raguso has a big race
tors have been among the best six Gators runners placed in front of him," Webb said. "It
teams in the SEC. higher than 22nd. However,a qual- looks like Pat McDonough and Ed
A t ti The men's cross country team ity addition for the Gators has been will be fighting for the filth.
has two first-place and two runner- freshman Chris Wilson. runner's spot.
up finishes in its four meets this "Chris has done a great job," The women's cross country
seas n. The Gators have won the head coach John Webb said. "He's team has a one-two combination,
Florida Twi-Dght and Florida Invitational been a real pleasant surprise." but may lack the knockout punchit
on Sept. 13 and Oct. 13, Wilson has three top-10! finishes needs to reach championshipstatus.
respectively, and placed second in this season and may be the key to .
the University of Virginia and FSU UFs hopes of winning the SEC That combination consists of senior
meets on Sept. 22 and Oct. 6, re Championships and possibly advancing Wendy Frazier and sopho-
spectively. to the NCAA Champion more Coralena Velsen. The two
Leading the men this season ships on Nov. 19. have combined to win three meets
ALLIGATOR PHOTO have been seniors Mike LeValle Though the SEC Championships this season,and have been the top-
UF men's cross country runner Mike LeValle could help lead the and Dan Middleman, sophomoreMike are just 10 days away, the
team to a Southeastern Conference championship. Mykytok and freshman Chris NCAA District III Championships see Running, page 31


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"It's nice to have that behind us," Kruger -
By MATT FOGLESONAlligator .. .
Writer said. "Being uncertain about it was a subjectwe .. '
couldn't even address. We just didn't .. ..",
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one practice, know. ./i"
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done since taking over the UF programin team. .. '
April, the condition is understandable. i .
"I'm pleased by their enthusiasm and their ." .
Kruger has been preparing for this season attitude toward practice," Kruger said. :
like any other coach, recruiting and getting And the players have been receptive to ; 7 .
familiar with his team. their new coach. i .'" :.
But he also had to move his family to a "He's gotten us to practice like never '; l' ))1
new state and answer reporter's questions before," senior guard Renaldo Garcia said. /\. "
about the NCAA investigation. "Not that we didn't always practice hard, but ., .
Kruger,who is married with two children, now we're practicing hard with emotion." If" .
said they have settled in well and adapted to Kruger said hard work is the key to suc- .
their new environment, but they still have cess.
plenty to do. "There has to be a commitment to hard
"We haven't bought a house yet," Kruger work and preparation. There also has to bea
said. "We're renting now and kind of feelingit commitment to each other," Kruger said.
out." 'We need people who are unselfish basket
Kruger,who led Kansas State to the NCAA ball players who work together for a com
tournament the past four seasons, said he mon goal. Everything has to be very
misses his old job, but is glad to be at UF. team-oriented." '
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contact with people you grow close to," which finished 7-21 last season, improve .
Kruger said. "But I understand why so many throughout the year.
kids want to go here. It's a beautiful campus, 'We want to work hard every day and
and there are a lot of good things here." make progress both individually and as a -
Kruger said he wants to emphasize the team," Kruger said. "We just want to make UF SPORTS INFORMATION
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I Seniors survive probation, coaching changes I

Had Galen Hall sold used cars instead of ture Mrs. Barbara Richardson, over a cup of 1986 recruiting class, as well. that question.For .
UF football, he would have made a fortunein coffee with UF coach Galen Hall, wonderingaloud Fast forward to Sept. 20, 1990. New UF the seniors who signed with UF in
1986. why her son Huey, an All-American coach Steve Spurrier walks into the locker 1986 and redshirted their initial year on
Hall, then-Gators football coach, was ableto linebackerout of Atlanta Lakeside, should room and hands out the bad news. campus, life as a UF football player has been
stockpile UF with perhaps its best recruit- play for the scandal-plagued Gators. No chance at a bowl. No chance at a difficult at times. Times like their first and
ing class of the 1980s. And this despite UF Besides coach Hall, Huey could play for conference championship, despite a 3-0() last seasons, for example.
being in the middle of three years of proba. UCLA, Stanford and about 100 other schools mark, 2-0() in league play. Leave it to UF to beat one staggering set
tion for violating 59 NCAA rules. around the country with clean programs. Forget what coach Hall promised you of odds,and winning the Florida Lottery isn't
Hall's likely reply? seniors in 1986. the longshot in question here.
Gregg Doyel "It's unfortunate that we've had some dif In most years, the sanctions would be Of the 290 or so NCAA Division I universities
EILEACHER ficulties, but I'm here now, and we're bring considered harsh but not crippling to UFs approximatley five are restricted by
BUMLured ing a new image to Florida football. Just one normally talented, but not dominating, foot NCAA sanctions and ineligible for a bowl
more year, and we're through with that ball team. every year. That's less than 3 percent.
probation nonsense. The Gators considered these crippling. UF has managed the feat twice in the last
Gainesville Hall UF
to by were
"You have my personal guarantee that "Now, there's no reward for the fact that six years.
Richardson Bromley, Kirkpatrick,
stalwarts Florida will not break a rule as long as I'm we could go 11- 0?" offensive tackle Glenn And Richard Fain isn't happy about it.
Neely, Fain, Murray and Mills anchorson around." Neely said hours after getting the bad news. Jt_
UPs 5-11990 squad. That dialogue applies to the rest of the UF's loss Saturday at Tennessee moots see Seniors, page 32
Now, go back to the spring of 1986. Pic-

II UF hoops look to forget 198990By

MIKE SCHULTZ said a condition for has already started to rub off ments his first two seasons, vw.wyy+rs....
Alligator Writer Schintzius' reinstatementwould on UF players. scoring a then-career: high R
be a haircut. Refusingto "He's gotten us to practicelike 21 points against Michiganas
A year ago,the UF basket cut his hair, Schintzius never before," senior a freshman. ,
ball team was preparing to quit the team,calling DeVoe guard Renaldo Garcia said With the departure of
defend its first-ever South- "Captain Ahab" in an open Monday after the team's first Schintzius last season, 0 4
eastern Conference champi- letter to UF fans. practice. "Not that we didn't Davis was asked to make the
onship.But What was left of that de- always practice hard, but switch from forward to cen-
on Halloween, a night fending championshipsquad now we're practicing hard ter, and he performed well
mare began that would last never did recover with emotion." despite his lack of height fora
throughout the season. from the loss of its coach and Except for the departureof center. Kruger said Davis
On that infamous night, two of its top players. The Schintzius and his brother will spend a good deal of
Norm Sloan and his coach- Gators struggled throughone Travis, the Gators return ev- time at center again this sea
ing staff were forced to resign of their worst seasons eryone from last year's
under allegations of ever, finishing 7-21 and last squad, including Chatman. son."He's got the type of athletic 1
payments to players, failureto in the SEC ((3-15)). Added to that nucleus, ability in there to play
report failed drug tests This year, under new Kruger has signed four new tough and match up against
and knowledge of an agent's head coach Lon Kruger, the players to scholarships and some big guys," Kruger .'...
payments to Vernon Max- Gators will be trying to for two others have joined the said. "He's very explosiveand ;
get the disaster of last sea- team as walkons.. very physical on the i :. ,
well.With 'J -_ #
the arrival of interim son, and reestablish The success of this year's boards." : ':'-: # .
coach Don DeVoe, things themselves as a basketball squad may depend on the Davis, known for his slam >,-...,.. '. > I \: ip 46
only got worse. Ten games power in the SEC. play of seniors Dwayne dunks, became the 23rd ......' ...."",,:;,- \,. "
into the season, forward Livingston Kruger comes to UF after Davis, Chatman, Garcia and player in Gators history to
Chatman quit the leading Kansas State to four sophomore Stacey Poole. score 1,000 career points .:' 't'
team citing "burn out." consecutive NCAA Tourna- Davis returns for his last season, while averaging ,
And, after the 11th game, ment appearances in his four fourth and final season as a 12.3 points and 8.5 reboundsa Senior forward Livingston Chatman ALLIGATOR returns PHOTO after
Dwayne Schintzius and Tim years there. He brings to the Gator. A 6-foot-7 senior, game. Davis' effort helped
last half of 198990.In his second
out the
Turner were suspended for Gators not only an up-tempo Davis has been a solid per him receive secondteamsee I IUF
Chatman was selected as the Most
their involvement in a fightat style of play,but also a much former for three years. He
32 Valuable Player of the SEC Tournament.
Hoops page
a fraternity party. DeVoe needed up-beat attitude that played in NCAA tourna-

I Fact: 1966 top Homecoming I defense has long i

Barfield couldn't kick it that far," due back the following week. tradition of dominanceBy
By ALEX MARVEZ Carlson said. "Steve, being the "So Spurrier's out there being
Alligator Writer kind of athlete that he is, was per- Frank Merriwell, playing super-
Like most football games of leg- fectly willing to take on the chore hero at the exact right time. It was JEFF BARLIS plained. "They have excell !!.
endary status, some details of UFs and was confident he would makeit. the ideal weekend for him to have Alligator Writer quickness, good work habits and,
greatest Homecoming contest ." that kind of a game." overall, play real well."
have been stretched, to tall-tale pro- The story surrounding The Gators dominated throughout The UF defense is as impressiveon That much is obvious, this yearas
portions. Spurrier's kick or performance the game, but surrenderedthree paper as it is on the field. well as in recent years.
According to Norm Carlson, against Auburn, though, doesn't big plays that kept Auburn In recent years, individual and Recent Gators defensive players
UF's assistant athletic director to need embellishing to make it remarkable close. Tigers linebacker Gusty team statistics have been at the top who have gone to play in the NFL
Gators Coach Steve Spurrier,' Yearout caught a fumble in midairin of the Southeastern Conferenceand include Jarvis Williams, Clifford
some fans fudge on what actually Spurrier, UF's first-year head the second quarter and returnedit the NCAA. Charlton, Louis Oliver, and Trace
happened in UFs 30-27 victoryover coach, completed 27 of 40 passes 91 yards for a touchdown. He The Gator's defense has produced Armstrong.
Auburn in 1966. for 259 yards and one touchdown.He also recovered a UF fumble on the some big name players and These and other team leaders
Common lore holds that Steve also rushed for one touchdownand Gators 16-yard-line that led to a made some big plays.It helped to create the dominant
Spurrier's game-winning 40yard punted six times for a 47.5- fourth-quarter touchdown. adds up to one obvious fact: a dition which has been carried out
fourth-quarter field goal was the yard average. Auburn's Larry Ellis returned a tradition of dominance. in an ongoing cycle by new play
first he had ever attempted. But it was the field goal that sent kick-off 89 yards for a touchdownthat "There are a lot of schools that
Actually, Spurrier had already Spurrier over the top as the lead tied the score at 7-7 in the first have great defensive traditions had an ample supply of
attempted three field goals earlierIn ing Heisman Trophy candidate, quarter.A across the country and, of course, good athletes from the state of
the season,because starter John the award he won later in the year. fourth-quarter drive by the Florida is one of them," said for- Florida," Norris recalled. Different -
Barfield was a short-range kicker. "Writers from all over the coun- Gators had apparently stalled mer defensive line coach Rex Nor- people came in and inheritedthe
when the Gators faced fourth ris. good attitude on defense."
because Steve was
main did not were here,
do more of reason the Spurrier kicking chores, try being projected as the No. 1 draft down and six at Auburn's 23 yard- Current defensive coordinatorJim Along with this attitude were the
according to Carlson was becausehe choice," Carlson said. There wasa line.That's when Spurrier decidedto Bates attributes UFs tradition rankings and records and statisticsto
was already the Gators quarterback big rumor that the (New York) call time out and put on the and success with good recruiting. back it up.
and punter. Giants were going to make a tradeto fabled "zippered shoe" that he There's been some real good Some of the Gators' current de-
"Steve actually called a timeoutto get the right for the first draft kicked the field goal with. football players recruited here at fensive standouts that inherited\

discuss it with the coaching pick and pick Steve, and the Heis- the University of Florida on the Defense, 29
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defensive side of the ball, he ex-
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There's nothing more pure, more heart warm

ing, more sentimental than sisterly love.

During the early days of childhood, sisters

begin to form a special loving, caring bond that
carries them through the rest of their lives.

Of course, that's if you throw out about 15

years. of full-contact, eye-gauging, chairthrowing -

fist fights.
And while you're at it, throw out the fits of

jealous rage, the arguments over whose turn it 40. .
is to ride in the front seat of the car, and the use

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KICKOFF Saturday, 1:30: p.m. (EDT)

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25-14-1 career); AKRON: Jerry Faust ((3-3-1 sea ALLIGATOR PHOTO
son, 55-50-2 career) UF's Arthur White ((45)) and Clifford Charlton ((56)) chase Kent State quarterback John D'Apolito in the Gators' 1986

Homecoming game. UF won 529.Homecoming.

We here at lhe.4/ator-brand The/ Picks Picks Column" show for alumni

condone that kind of special bond. Actually,we'll! a

condone anything as long as it doesn't involve .
i ing alumni. coming game,the teams were tied 2727until

us.So, in honor of sisterly love, we thought it Alligator By SHARON Staff GINN Writer This year is no exception. The Akron UF quarterback Steve Spurrier

would be a good idea to have sisters Amy, 20, Zips, who recently moved up from Di- kicked a 40-yard game-winning field
and Lisa Spurrier, 23, be our guest pickers this When UF played Syracuse for the vision I-AA status to Division I-A, havea goal (his third of the season) with just

week. 1984 Homecoming game at Florida 3-3-1 record. Their losses this season more than two minutes remaining.And .

Apparently, football coach Steve Spurrier'skids Field, even Bill Cosby poked fun at the came to Yougstown State, Western in 1970, Auburn returned to

have been battling over the craziest things Gators for bringing one of the so-called Michigan and Navy. Gainesville to pound the Gators 6314.In .

for quite some time. "doormats"of the NCAA into Gainesvilleto UF, on the other hand, is ranked No. the last decade, the tradition of

"How come you guys always write about Lisa be stepped on. 17 in the country by the Associated playing teams like Auburn has changed

and not me?" Amy gripes. "I'm the one that likes Cosby, the featured performer at that Press and is 5-1. The Gators' only loss because Homecoming is often the one

football. year's Gator Growl, challenged the teamto was last week to Tennessee, then No. 5, game of the year that UF alumni see,
Lisa replies, "She knows I like football. I love take on a tougher opponent like in one of the country's top matchups of Carlson said. The fans obviously want to

football. She didn't say that, did she?" Temple, his alma mater.. the week. see their alma mater win.
Now, now kids, quit bickering. Go outside and
Three later forcedto Homecoming weren't always
years Cosby was games But it's more than that.Associate Athletic
play nice. eat his words. The Gators played this lopsided. Before the 1980s, UF usedto
Director said to keep
As for the rest of us, Sharon "My evil twin Jeremy Foley
for in Southeastern Conference teams
Temple Homecoming 1987, and play six
ahead financially, UF must play
sister picked the games for me last week" Ginn UF whipped the Owls 343. like Auburn, Louisiana State and Missis- of
dropped out of first place with a dismal 3-7 record. games a year at home. At least three
for Homecoming said Norm Carl-
It seems like every Homecoming, the sippi those have to be SEC teams because the
I;' her in the
Taking place top spot is token son, UPs assistant athletic director for
UF football team is forced to dismantlea
Gators must play seven games a year
newsroom picker Dan "I don't have a sister, but communications.
I've got an 8-track of Sister Sledge in closet"Evans less-than-formidable opponent. These within the conference.see .
my teams are often paid big bucks to help Auburn In particular used to give the
who vaults to No. 1 with a record of 37-23.
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the Gators put on a show for the attend Gators trouble. During the 1966 Home-
I I Moving into second in a tie with Ginn is sports

; I editor/fight promoter Ron "I'd pay good money

I to Kaspriske see the is Spurrier 35-25. sisters kick box" Kaspriske. I Akron UF's latest Homecoming feastBy I

Assistant sports editor Gregg "What's all this -
can't wait to get on the field. Gators from their teeth. Paybacks aren't
talk about nuns anyway? Doyel remains in fourth GREGG DOYEL
"And we're in no position to fight cheap, y'know."I .
place with a record of 32-28. Alligator Staff Writer "
that. don't hold animosity toward
I any
I "*' And, unless you've been searching for Atlantis Leaves are turning brown. A chill is If Faust's fears pan out, it's possiblethe Florida, but I do have a lot of animosityfor
on the bottom of the ocean, should be no in the air. game's only drama will be the per- Bill Arnsparger," Clark said."MaybeI
surprise that wrestling writer/columnist Alex A patsy is on the field. formance of Akron linebacker John I can show somebody that on the field."

i "Forget the sisters, Spurrier's pet iguana could Must be Homecoming.The Clark, the Zips' second-leading tackler Another story line to watch in the
pick better than me" Marvez is in dead
I last with games a record of 3129. Akron Zips ((3-3-1)) will show up with 114 stops through six games. event of blowout will be Faust's first
at Florida Field Saterday for a 1:30: p.m. What's that? Don't remember Clark? coaching appearance in the state since
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Ddu'T..poBo, TB TB TB TB TB DA DA Saturday afternoon. about Clark's past he was ac- other Homecoming main course for returning
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i __ 277; All UF 48-7; DE,: UF423.AS: UFS71.LS.UF: agree "With the defense Florida's got,
r, 50-10. stand," Akron coach Gerry Faust said. been trying to rid UF of its outlaw image.
"After last week, I'm sure those kids Clark may try to yank some choice Akron, page 36