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By DEBBIE CENZIPER and Lake City hotels because every ville, said his bar was crowded all since March. The hotel typicallysells coming weekend show that profits
Alligator Staff Writer hotel in Gainesville had been weekend and was far busier thanit out for Homecoming and any slumped about 33 percent this
booked for months, Hines said. has been the last few months. He weekend when there's a home foot year, he said."I .
Local business owners say profits And despite the tragedies that said the local violence, coupled ball game, she said. just think people didn't think
from this weekend's Homecoming have propelled Gainesville into the with a lagging economy, had Room rates are raised during Akron was worth coming in for,"
festivities improved sluggish national spotlight, Hines said this slowed nighttime business."Homecoming busy seasons by$10 or$15 a night, Burns said.
sales following the murders of five year's Homecoming profits were came back she said.
local college students. But one of Gainesville's busiest
up. said. "We
strong, Giragosian
Gainesville Chamber of Brian Burns, manager-in-train- this
area places didn't lose any business
Commerce President Jerry Hines "We expected it," Hines said. "I needed a shot like this. Everyonecame ing of Champs Sports in the Oaks weekend Shands Hospital. With
think the community has begun to out and still partied hard. Mall, said although profits about
said about
Homecoming generated Gainesville desperately needed it." plenty of alumni and other visitorsin
heal. doubled this weekend compared to
$3 million of much-needed money town partying,ambulances were
that poured into local restaurants, Chuck Giragosian, owner of University Centre Hotel desk last weekend, business was slower in use constantly, said Brian, a
hotels and Gators souvenir shops. Danny's Eating and Drinking Establishment clerk Kelly Kolb said rooms have this year. hospital employee who asked that
Tourists were detoured to Ocala in downtown Gaines- been booked for Homecoming Figures from last year's Home- his last name not be used.

Police: Alcohol

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main cause of

fan ejectionsBy

Alligator Writer

UF police officers say last year's game betweenthe
UF and Florida State University football teams
with its 92 ejections and four arrests -is one
that will live in campus law enforcement infamy.
Then there was this weekend's UF vs. Akron
game, in which only 23 people were ejected,
seven of them UF students. There were no ar-
"This is one of the quietest games I've ever
Yy< ,. f seen,"said UF police spokeswoman Angie Tiptonas
she gathered her belongings to leave late in
the third quarter of a crushing 59-0 defeat over
the Akron Zips.
But most games fall somewhere between these
two extremes.
Capt. Harvey Montgomery said UF police lookat
arrests more than ejections when assessing
how much work a game requires."If .
you look at the number of ejections as an
indicator, you're playing the numbers game,"
Montgomery said. "We look at the arrests and
the seriousness of the crimes we had to jail peoplefor.
Kira Delaney, 6, of Monticello gets a closer look at the Homecoming parade Friday afternoon. Montgomery manages the booking room
where fans are taken before being ejected or
arrested during games and campus events suchas
Growl succeeds in of windBy
spite Gator Growl. He said he usually can gauge the
-- number of rowdy fans by who the Gators are
JACK REJTMAN tioned on top of the stadium monitored talked to said they thought the show playing."A .
wind speed and di- went really well lot depends on the game," Montgomerysaid.
Alligator Writer rection. anyway "Are we winning? Who are we playing? If
Strong winds snuffed out the fireworks The wind fluctuated Winds Guenther said. it's a real blowout,then usually the crowd is quiet.If .
finale that ended a toned-down Gator between 5 caused burnJulie McMillan, it's a big rivalry, like last year's FSU game and
Growl, but. they didn't extinguish the and 15 mph, but ashes to fall into the a Florida Atlantic the Gator Growl, then we can expect to be real
excitement generated during the three- once it stayed ing University student busy."
hour pep rally. over 10 mph, organizers alumni section of Ben said she en- Montgomery said activity after halftime is another
Winds caused burning ashes to fall decided joyed Growl so good indicator.
into the alumni section of Ben Hill Griffin it wouldn't be safe Hill Griffin Stadium.The much she's goingto "Generally, we start having problems just before
Stadium. Growl organizers first post to continue the fireworks were transfer to UF. halftime and right after because fans go off
poned the fireworks for about 15 minutesas show. "I'm coming to and drink at the Purple Porpoise and then come
they waited for the wind to die down. The fireworks called off. this school now be- back,"he said. "By the time they get back for the
Then they cleared several sections of the cost 'about cause of this pep third and fourth quarter, they're pretty loaded."
west stands. Finally, the fireworks were $30,000, and the leftovers will be used at rally and the people," McMillan said. Montgomery said fans smuggling alcohol into
off.Growl some other function, Guenther said.Despite ., the game causes most ejections.
She said she especially enjoyed the
setback Guenther said "Most cases just possession but do
the are we get
Producer Brian Guenther said comedians but said New Yorker Paul
Health Growl seemed to be a success. some real drunks in here," Montgomery said,
Sunday that an Environmental
and Safety Department employee sta- "Most of the students and alumni I've see Growl, page 11 see Police, page 9
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Costa Rica. Started in 1987, the con.
441.1* Concerns about the planet's health servation project has become a world ;* Safety Awareness Week starts
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action, environmentalists say,and this The Monteverde Conservation |UniOn'' North Lawn; UF police !
is the week to do it League, a nonprofit organizationbased spokeswoman Angie.Tipton said*: I
UF's Environmental Action Groupis in Costa Rica, is working with [ Respond"Amerlca,,'a I',non-profit
sponsoring; Rainforest Action Weekto that country's government to raise .?'rrim*. prevention,group'from, Blr I Iam.
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d'' Ar The week,part of Forest Month, starts rainforest land. pn ftira d I ati promoting;t,
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min Pargman said. By"buying"an acre for$50,contrib- JT'J".W
The events are designed to inform utors guarantee that land will be
students and the community about saved. Although the process is not an
environmental dangers on the local, actual purchase,donors who buy acres ," eat&
national and international levels. receive certificates with their names
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to get on our hands and knees and do the health of our planet," said Parg
anything about it. man,who studied in Costa Rica for two
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Earth First!, an environmental activist sororities, student clubs and
group, today at a protest in individuals, bought 12 acres last year,
Tallahassee. The groups are protest- and Pargman expects to double that
ing the U.S. Forest Service's "mis- this time.
guided and somewhat corrupt policiesof Locally, EAG is concerned mostly
the U.S. government that turn for with the threat to Paynes Prairie by
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Sunny daysO.D. The EAG's main focus this week, how- The bypass,proposed by the Florida
Rogers makes sure the sun stays off his nose ever, is rainforests.One Department of Transportation, wouldsee
at the Cedar Key Seafood Festival. of the ways people all over the
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declaring themselves a public organization opposing time had come for "an alternative to the Soviet Com
political monopoly by any party. munist Party, an opposition to it."
The birth of the new movement came after the Democratic Russia emerged as a loose bloc of
Communist Party gave up its monopoly on power last groups last year before elections to the Russian re-
February, opening the way for a multi-party state. public Parliament and local governments, and candidates
The more than 2,000 delegates representing all the affiliated with it won major victories in Moscow,
regions of the giant Russian Federation declared Leningrad and other major regions. Ito
themselves in favor of a market economy instead of Delegates at the official founding congress, held in
state socialism. a Moscow theater,included representatives of severalof
They also adopted a resolution demanding the the fledgling political movements and parties that
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preference for moderate economic reform was Represented at the two-day meeting were the so- .
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favored by Boris Yeltsin, president of the Russian Parliament, the Moscow Voters Association that has
Federation.The organized several anti-government protests in recent
new movement declared itself a force opposingthe months, the Social Democratic Party, the Democratic
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I De Klerk leaves on historic trip I a s

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) Presi- psychological significance," said spokesman Caspar
dent Frederik de Klerk left Sunday on the first tripto Venter, recalling blood ties began in 1592, when
the Netherlands by a South African head of gov- Dutchman Jan van Riebeeck became the first white
ernment in 42 years of apartheid rule -an important settler in South Africa.
reward by the estranged Dutch fatherland for his "Holland was one of the European countries that
racial reform initiatives.De was most vociferous in their criticism of South Africa
Klerk left South Africa around midnight aboarda and their denouncement of South African policies,
special aircraft on an overnight flight to Rabat, and consequently I suppose one could say relations
Morocco, at the start of his eighth foreign tour since were rather cool," Venter said.
becoming president in September 1989. He will spenda De Klerk will address the Dutch Parliament and
day in Morocco, on a similarly unprecedented visit, hold talks in the Hague with Prime Minister Ruud
before flying to Holland. Lubbers that may focus on restoring a formal cultural .
The South African leader and veteran Foreign relationship severed in 1976 during the Soweto riots. ....L
Minister R.F. "Pik"Botha are likely to hold talks with Venter said a resumption of some cultural links
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King Hassan in Morocco Monday in what state-run was a possibility but insisted de Klerk was visiting at --- w ---
radio described as de Klerk's first major attempt to the government's invitation and had no "shoppinglist.
improve ties with Arab countries. ."
When he lands at the Dutch military base in the He also will meet Queen Beatrix at her residence, Losing
south of the country Tuesday with his second-gen- Paleis Noordeinde, and time permitting during the 10 lbs can become a matter of life or deathif
eration Dutch wife, Marike, de Klerk will receive a three-day trip, de Klerk is expected to briefly visit food is controlling your life. For hundreds of young
welcome that his spokesman acknowledged Sunday the birthplace of his wife's grandparents in the prov-
women and from bulimia the
would be a psychological boost to many Afrikaners. ince of Zeeland. He also will travel to Luxembourg men suffering nervosa,
"From a South African point of view, it does have before returning to South Africa. binge/purge/ cycle is a serious medical problem a

I Nike asked to open stores in black neighborhoods I II problem that can be fatal.

I PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI) The chairman of the Jackson to sell its products.
i National Black United Front Sunday called on Nike Specifically, PUSH has demanded that Nike hire Do you...
J Inc., the Oregon-based athletic shoe company, to more blacks in executive positions and place money D have an overwhelming fear of becoming fat?
discount in black communities in black-owned
open stores throughout banks.
the nation and share the profits with black chari- Worrill said he thought there had been a misun- o binge eat or purge through vomiting, ,
ties.Dr. derstanding about the position of the National Black diuretics,, laxatives?
; Conrad Worrill of Chicago said Nike should United Front. He said the national organization supports o feel depressed and experience mood swings?
4 expand a program it began in Portland in 1983 in the boycott but recognizes that the Portland o have frequent weight fluctuations?
l which it opened a special outlet store in a predominantly group has had a special relationship with Nike and is o feel out of control?
I black neighborhood.The in a good position to mediate a settlement between
store sells Nike products at discount prices Operation PUSH and Nike."I Vista Pavilion can help you stop these destructive eating
and the company shares profits with local black am apologizing to the Portland chapter of the
organizations to support housing, education and job Black United Front and other African-American or- patterns through a specialized treatment program., If you,
J training projects. The store generated $30,000 for ganizations in this city who may have felt that we or someone you care about is suffering from bulimia,
charitable work last year. insulted them,"he said. "We favor unity over disunityand anorexia or another eating disorder, lake the first step
I "At this point in history, corporate America should applaud the work of the Portland chapter." toward regaining control of your life Initial evaluation and
I understand that it needs to go beyond the traditional Worrill said he would like to see the negotiationswith
challenges and get to the vital concerns of our com- Nike build on some programs developed in counseling are available at no charge.
munity," Worrill said. Portland, including the special stores. He also said Crt
f Worrill made the comments at a news conferenceat Nike should expand its contributions to black chari- 338-0097 24 hours day.
which he apologized to the Portland Black United ties,especially those aimed at black studies programs.Ron Because we are here to heb.
Front for siding with Operation PUSH in a national Herndon, co-chairman of the Portland Black
boycott of Nike.Operation United Front, said he had spoken with Nike repre-
PUSH, a Chicago-based civil rights sentatives, and they were willing to discuss the idea
group founded by the Rev. Jesse Jackson, has demanded of building more of the stores. VISTA
that Nike share its wealth with the black The unique part of the arrangement is that you PAVILIONA .
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I Program improving employee-student relations il I IBy

ELIZABETH CLARKE ment members and staff didn't look good sponses to the changes we've made," he idea if the program helps the staff help him. I
Alligator Writer when he arrived, he said. said. "I see immediate returns." "Every time I go down to financial aid, I'm
"When I came here a little over a year ago, Some students think Connections, which always talking to the wrong person,"he said. .
When Jack Heidler began his new job as our'rapport'card was terrible,"Heidler said. eventually may be used as training for all "I always have a hard time finding out what's
UF Personnel Services director, the depart- "Our program had lost its perspective." UF employees, will help communication."Not going on."
ment needed to change its attitude toward Although the department's staff is excel- to criticize, but it could never hurtto Connections is designed to combat that
students, he said. lent, bureaucracy had replaced service."I improve the relationship between admin- problem by helping employees understand
One part of that long-term change is Con- felt we needed to get back to the basics," istrators and students,"said political science student problems, said John Pettingill, assis- .
nections, a staff training program aimed at he said. "We need to complement the aca- graduate student Rika Canin. tant director of special programs. I
improving employee-student relationships, demic nature of the university a little better. Canin said that employee attitudes have The program,which probably will be usedin
Heidler said.Connections. We are here for the students." improved noticeably from when she was a financial and student services, really be- I
a copyrighted program Heidler saw quick improvements after freshman (four years ago. Staff members longs in offices that deal with students, he
which premiered at UF during the summer, personnel employees began Connections, a used to forget their jobs are to serve stu- said. j,
is helping to raise the rest of UPs opinionof video-based program for small groups, he dents, she said. "I hope it makes them (employees) aware
the personnel office, he said. said. David Coleman, an electrical engineering I
An evaluation by UF deans, other depart- "We've gotten very, very positive re- senior, said he thinks Connections is a good see Services, page 8FREEVa





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you walked to Gator Growl by way of Century Tower,

surely you noticed the thousands of watts of lights that

now illuminate course, if the you tower look directly at night.Of beyond. the tower, you It was just another black thing I II II

see the pitch-black Plaza of Americas. We would say you
could see the libraries beyond the Plaza, but it isn't true. I am tired of the state troopers in Gainesville.Theyare
It's too dark to see them. supposed to be an extra source of protection for a> Dana Yvette George
the students because of the murders,and as a residentof C
Don't worry. More campus lights are on their way. Stu- the southwest area,I appreciate the effort.However, ONSIDER THIS
dents had to pay for them, but they are on their way. they seem to cause more problems than they provide
In one of Student Government's more intelligent actual assistance (especially in the black community). the trooper ignored him and started pushing him out

moves, Student Body President Michael Browne spent his Members of UF police agree with me that the the back door. Six officers forcibly handcuffed him
first few months in office getting additional lighting addedto troopers overreacted in their response to an argumentat and dragged him into a back room, out of our view.
When they finally took Long out the back door, everyone
UF's Capital Improvement Trust Fund request. a recent black fraternity party. The two people
arguing, a Kappa Alpha Psi member and a football followed.
CITF money is yet another fee added to your tuition for player, were separated before a fight broke out. Eve When we went outside, I couldn't believe it. More

every credit hour you take. The money goes into a pot, ryone was glad to see that security was up to par fora troopers were racing toward the fraternity house.
and student leaders decide how to spend it. CITF has change.But Everyone kept asking"Why?"I stopped counting after
18 police cars, four of which had police dogs in the
such the Reitz Union the because of black
gone to construct buildings as past arguments at "jams"that back seat.
O'Connell Center and the soon-to-open Recreational Fit- ended up in fights, some Delta Upsilon brothers got
and called the No matter how many problems the black community
nervous police. Unfortunately, DU is
ness has had with UF that the
the everyone agrees
across street campus, and therefore out of
Browne got a $200,000 request for more campus lights UF police's jurisdiction. So Gainesville police and situation would have been handled a lot better by

added to the CITF allocation. It's too bad students had to several state troopers "came to the rescue" of a fight them.
decide that campus lights were important enough to pay that never happened and, as usual, handled the situ- Immediately afterward, a large group of white students
for out of their own pockets. It's also too bad that adminis- ation horribly. walked toward the black students and told us
they thought the officers toward Balls
trators show their leadership by installing lights that do The officers decided we weren't leaving fast enoughand because of the huge fight were going heading on there.When they
ordered us all to leave through the back
no one any good around a tower. door. left, people were throwing bottles at each other.
The majority of the people were closer to the front
We find it symbolic that hanging in Turlington Hall's door and didn't move. One trooper got and And that's when most of the students truly believed

court yard, not far from Century Tower, is a banner re- started yelling louder, "Everyone out the back angry door!" that this was a black thing and became even more
minding students of what we've been through this semes- disgusted with the troopers and Gainesville police.But
One trooper grabbed a KA' member, Derek Long, what else is new?
ter. It says, "Together, for a safe campus. Be sure you who was trying to help clear everyone out. Long Dana Yvette George is a senior majoring in magazine
stand very close, though. Otherwise, you won't be able to explained to the officer that he was trying to help,but journalism. _
see it in the dim light cast by the tiny bulbs around the a a strewn THE EDITOR

Turlington courtyard.

i UF got $30,000 for the tower lights from a UF alumnus. Parking is not an will not solve the parking problem, Quayle. I am writing to remind and
But the school had to shell out about $8,000 for labor and but it would temporarily ease it until encourage all University of Florida

y landscaping to hide the large lights during the day. automatic rightEditor additional makes garages sense to could start be reducingcars built.It students to. respond to Mr.Quayle's

UF may think it has some justification in this gross dis- : Freshmen are not the only at the freshman level. Upper- challenge.He
play because it was built with donated money not state ones with parking problems; they classmen simply need their cars wants to know how the
are shared by all housing residents. higher education financial aid sys-
We don't more often because
money. care where the money came from. It internshipsand
I am a senior living in a residencehall. tem is progressing. So tell him -
could have been used more wisely. I thought when I moved up to start during involving the travel usually bluntly or tactfully. Write him a
Maybe students should study under the tower's lights. Red E, I would enjoy a lot more years. junior and senior letter and send it today.As .

It's certainly safer than braving the dark paths to UF's li- freedom.Alas,I was struck with the
Freshmen,if they have
jobs, if
same old problems.I gen- you said in your ,
erally work in fast food establishments thousands of UF students write let-
I didn't
i week-
move my car on a
day unless it was absolutely neces- ,of which there are many ters, Quayle will not take the issue
sary because an "official business" within walking distance. Parking, lightly. For the cost of a piece of
alligator like driving, is a privilege, not a ink stamp
parking god would grab my space paper, some a postage
Editor Tuition only
before I left the lot.I guarantees education and a few minutes of your time,you
Judy A. Plunkett not parking. could the are enti-
I do not move my car at night get money you
j Managing Editor Opinions Editor because I might end up having to Nancy L Safran tled to or you deserve but do not

M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier park under the track or on Frater- 4BA receive.

nity Row upon returning. My assigned Give. Dan Quaylethe Quayle asked for your opinions,
Policy parking area is shared by
letters to the editor Would not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-lO page). They mould be the residents of Tolbert Area, Gra- real dirt so give them to him.
typed, double-spaced and signed. They should Include I typed name address and telephone
" number. Name will be withheld If the writer Wows just cause. If you have any questions call ham Area and Hume Hall. Editor;Thank you for the editorial Denise Wade
the editorial page editor at 378-4458.
Elimination of freshman parking .concerning the letters to Dan 315
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Alligator Writer place for marathon runners to train," Brow the club's monthly meetings.Browning does sophomore, is a club member. ,
ning said. She calls Sixteenth Avenue the not advertise the club in the newspaper
The club contributes lot
For the Florida Track Club's 95 members, "bacon strip" because of its ups and downs. because she does not recruit members. a to keeping up
with Rohan said.
my training, Rohan is a
New York City is more than a vacation spot. Grete Waitz,nine-time women's winner of "They must look for me and show me how newcomer to the running world who started ,

"We are the"one club that will change your the New York City Marathon, moved from bad they want to run in the marathon," she his marathon training a year ago. He said

life forever, said club founder Beverly Norway to Gainesville to train for her mar said. "The group offers support.. to make he will run the marathon for the first time
Browning, 40, an avid runner who will run athons, Browning said. you feel like you aren't alone. this November, "to finish."
her eighth marathon this year. "The sole
purpose of the club is to train for the mara "The human body is capable of running The club matches past marathon runners This year's race will include 23,000 run
thon." 20 miles," Browning said. "The last six are with newcomers.This helps the newcomers ners, Browning said
run on guts." "stick it out," Browning said.
Finishing the 26-mile New York City Mar "The New York City Marathon is difficultto r
athon, held Nov. 4 this year, is a goal most Between 18 and 22 miles, most runners Coswell De Piza,a world-class runner who get into. Four times the amount of people 1
members expect to reach. hit their "wall," the point at which runners qualified for the 1984 Olympics, helps with apply for this marathon than any other one,"
Gainesville is the East Coast marathon feel they can't run anymore, Browning said.A the club. De Piza ran the 26-mile marathonin Rohan said. Registration for the marathon

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POLICEfrom an interview, Montgomery said. PVT, ..4QII
page 1 People who aren't UF students fill out an abbrevi-
ated form with their names and addresses.
gesturing around the booking room, located on the UF police investigator John Mead said the bookingroom
north side of Gate 13. "We had two of them in here does not get many repeat offenders.
last night from Growl, throwing up in our bathroom "Once people come here, they usually don't come
We try to clean them up and then escort them back," Mead said. "But people do know where the
home because we can't have them wandering around booking room is. They come by and kick the door or
in that condition." light a firecracker every once in a while."
Fights are the second biggest problem, he said. Montgomery said the majority of ejections are not
"Our officers are trained to control these people UF students.
with their hands first," Montgomery said. "They aren't Public relations is a major part of the police work
super heroes, so they don't try to handle these situa- that takes place in the booking room, Montgomerysaid.
tions one-on-one when things get violent. .
A recent incident involving a female officer who was "We try to keep the seating areas as calm as
thrown and hit in the head by someone trying to get possible, and when someone is brought down to the I
into the stadium without a ticket illustrates the dan- booking room, the officers I.have I working here act as
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gcrs, but that was a rare case, ne a calming eiieci. I
said. "We don't send a lot of people
"When an officer does Vomitoriums to jail if we can help it," he said.
saulted, it's not usually the long 'We need to keep officers in the
thing that keeps them out of stands, so we can't afford to do
concrete on the
work," Montgomery said. "We a lot of arrests. We're not the
had an officer assaulted at Gator east side of the staGestapoalthough a lot of people
Growl, but he was wearing his think we are."
(bulletproof) vest, so not much dium, get their name Officers Angel Allen and Bill
damage was done." from what drunken fans Ledger worked gate 42 at
UF police and Alachua County Saturday's game an area of
Sheriffs deputies guard the long are prone to do whileleaving bloc seating for fraternities.
concrete gates on the east side I the Allen walked up and down the
of the stadium that they refer to game. stadium's stairs peering into the
as "vomitoriums" which get stands, occasionally checking
their names from what drunken fans are prone to do fans for Ziploc bags of alcohol or other violations. She
while leaving the game. was recently promoted to investigator and said she
UF police officer Gerald Bamburg and Sheriffs won't miss working the games.

Deputy Whitney Burnett worked the gate 43 vomito- "I'll be inside where Angie (lipton) is," Allen says
rium at Saturday's game. smiling. "I won't miss standing in the heat, throwing
Fifteen minutes into the game, Bamburg appearedat drunks out."
the gate's mouth with' a UF student he had pulled
out of a bloc seating section. As she passed fans in their seats, several people
Bamburg had his right hand knotted in the student's who recognized her from past games, or in some
shirt and held a clear belt-bag full of whiskey with his cases, past tickets, greeted her.
other hand.
"He was fixin' to pour that in his cup of soda whenI "Hey, Officer Allen," one fan said, waving and
caught him," Bamburg said. "After you work these nudging his friend. "Yeah, I know her. She gave mea
games long enough,you get used to what to look for." ticket for loitering once."

The student's next stop was the booking room.
Allen's effort only nabbed one empty Ziploc bag,
The is small in half with dividers that
room split
and she didn't eject anyone because she wasn't sure
are decorated with portraits of former UF coaches and
whose bag it was.Montgomery .
players. Fans are taken there to be processed before

being booked or ejected. said most students use the bags for UF Police officers Bill Ledger and Angel Allen chat during L.E.a BASKOW slow
"Ejections take about three to four minutes, but an smuggling alcohol, but some have gotten more cre- third quarter. As fans left the stadium early, the police workload I
arrest. can take 30 minutes to an hour, Montgomerysaid. ative. decreased.

Officers fill out a form on ejected students that is "What we've seen a lot of lately are seat cushionsthat r s s yr -
fowarded to Judicial Affairs Dean Irene Stevens for have a bag to hold the alcohol with a pump inside," + r
review. Students receive a small sheet of paper telling he said. "Just when you think.you've seen it all,
them they have two days to contact Judicial Affairs for something new comes along."

Personal Foul

While the Gators ((5-0 at home) are usually in control at Florida Field, some of their fans tend
to get out of hand. More than 200 people have been tossed out so far this season, and 15
have been arrested. The rowdiest crowd in recent memory was at last season's nighttime 41a
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page 3 the League of Women Voters at speech "Balancing Humanity and take the stage at the Bandshell fora
noon at Northside Park to protestthe Nature in Tropical Rainforests." free performance.The .
extend Southeast 16th Avenue to road. At 5 p.m., the group will Thursday,other UF and commu- bands, which
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through the prairie. Environmen- lecture by Marianne Schmink of Union North Lawn for a rally for sist those who oppose
talists argue that the road would the Latin American Studies depart- rainforests.The through the Prairie, said.I@f
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the area. LOOS. "Underground Fall Music Festi- ment. in
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Albert Garcia, a criminology and
Provenza didn't merit the hecklinghe law graduate, said this year's ir
received at one point in his Growl was one of the best he had ..1'
routine. seen.
"Those people are being so Both the comedians and this ,
rude," McMillan said. "It's hard to year's skits were cleaner than in
get up in front of 75,000 people and previous years. t1 I", "
keep them entertained." Growl organizers were severely )eo'ff>1'') ,

Both Provenza and Atlanta na- criticized last year for the "glory -)"," l t' .
tive Jeff Foxworthy seemed to ap- hole" skit one that showed two
peal to the crowd by talking about campus leaders having homosexual
topics that hit close to home. bathroom sex.
Provenza's act revolved around But this year's skits seemed to
gun control, the Middle East crisis honor Guenther's promise of a less
and his college experiences. offensive show. \

:'N.ever.l in your life will you be Student Affairs.Vice. President
able to get drunk, Art :Sandeengoof
off, vomit said Guenther
and live like a pig A additional 20 and his staff did
and have your a good job with l
parents pick up officers were sta. Growl. ..Alt.111f
the tab," he said. "This year'sHe \ -
tinned in the stu. .
also said skits were In ; I

people aren't as dent section but good taste," \ ,'y" \ '
carefree Sandeen said. "I
now .
about sex. stadium security of think it was an '" ""'A< I ..,,,/ "

"There may ac- ficers were bom- excellent pro- l 4",'
tually be some for '
gram every- .. .
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bricks falling off barded with a body. ; (
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of :
venza said, referarrage paper ganizers kept ;' .:. ,. '.
ring to a standing balls when they the skits clean, i 'I \, '\'
Joke about Cen- students littered I .,. t ,
tury Tower. tried to enter the the east stands '

But most stu- stands through the as they partici- .
dents preferred pated in the an- I
Foxworthy, who stadium tunnels nual Growl .
joked about rela- paper fight. / ':
tionships. He and stop the paper An additional '

said most people fights. 20 officers were '
relate to his defi- stationed in the '
nition of"single." student section, / ,

"Stay Intoxicated Nightly, Get but stadium security officers were ,
Laid Everyday," he said. bombarded with a barrage of paper I I'
balls when they tried to enter the '
He also customized his list of : \ .-' .
stands through the stadium tun- \ '
"You Might Be A Redneck If..." to :"'" I ,
nels and stop the paper fights. \ \
appeal to both students and :,
alumni."If But UF police spokeswomanAngie ; --
upton said this year's' paper : : -"If'..
anybody from your family fights were mild in comparison to 41 : ...
graduated from FSU, then you previous years.
might be a redneck," he said. Police ejected 37 people, 16 of PHOTOS BY J S, SULLIVAN
Computer science senior Mike them UF students, and arrested Comedians Jeff Foxworthy, left, and Paul Provenza, right, pleased the Gator Growl audience even I Iv
Regan said Foxworthy's routine five. though the fireworks finale, bottom, was canceled because ashes fell into the crowd.

Banquet officialsswap


4 speakers

understand what they
to do," Sniffen said. "I,

,was disappointed,
I think the country's
comes first."

Sniffen said he antic-
there might be prob-
and during the past
weeks, made sure he
back-up guests.

state Speaker of
House Jon Mills re-
Graham as the toast-
Joan Stearns spoke
Miami."I her husband and Florida
Gerald Lewis
in Mack's place.

: Raymond Ehrlich,
of the FBK's Wet
Achievement Award,
t Mitchell as the
"it speaker. FBK, who
Ve Homecoming, is

prestigious. leadership l

said Martinez I
_'740 11-
NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR replaced because he

Albert and Alberta wav* to the crowd lining West University Avenue': during Saturday's UF Homecoming Parade too late.. I

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1 FURNISHEDHousing apt for rent 1 br Ir kit, bath to share a room. Not gay just
ac/heat 3 blocks from UF. 1 bl off Unlv broke! 125 1/3 utll + deposit. Call ad
Ave. $250.00 A Leslie or Marlene 3752372. 10245.5 classified :
monthly plus security.
Available 1 blk to UF, coed coop ,.
1. For Rent. FurnIshed
all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, frame also, call 3381839. 10-268-2
N/S F studentown In Person
professional or grad :
parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. 2 For Rent Unfurnished
117 NW 15th St. 3774269. 12-14-62-1 1 bedroom apartment furnished or unfurnished rm/ba, wa/dry. Tower Oaks area. ;. Cash, check, MC or VISA.
rent negotiable., WILLIAMS- $175/mo + 1/2 ut + amt IIC. Must like 3 Mobile Homesfor
College Terrace turn studio apt (for Nov & BURG VILLAGE 376-1253. 12-5-30-2 dogs 3327910., 10-24-5-5 The Alligator Office
1105 W Ave
Rent/Sale/ University
Dec. $265/mo ull Inc ( $290/mo)
rep +
BRANDY WINE* N/S Fern needed to M-F
$150 dep. Close to UF. Call 377-5535. PETS OKIIIIIIIIII Sam-4pm
4 Sublease /
10-28-5-1 Great NW I bdr. duplex apt wyard share room, $160/mon. + 1/3 utll, House/Apt.
Economical gas heat paddle fan fully/nicely turn, many xtras-call now! 5 Roommates Main Bookstore
Hub Customer Service DeskM
373-0024. 10-25-6-5
Studio apt Quiet neighborhood grad stu a/c$250/mo. 373-5018. 10318.2 ,
6 For Sale* F 8 am 4:30: pm
dent/professional Cent. H & AC Lease
N/S to rent own room In mobile home. ..
$180 + 1/3 utll. 378-5455 eve or mes 7 Real Estate : Reitz Union Cashier's Office
Great location (SW). $125 + 1/2 util.
sage. 10-25-4-1 MOBILE HOMES: Call Steve 335-6297. 10-25-6-5 8 Motorcycles ..' M.F 9.m.9pmSat
& Sun Closed

pus.Furnished All amenities.1 bedroom$400/mo.apt close Call to cam col 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo F n/s Roommate wanted ASAP $145 a 9 Autos\:,, .." Medical Bookstore, Shands
month OWN ROOM, 1/4 utilities at
14072905880.. 10-26-5-1 MF,8am4.30pmBy
Farmsrentals from $260 Incl. Woodgate Manor call 3329560. 10-23- 10 Wanted ,

water sewer, garbage pick-up lawn 4.5 11 Services: is; Mall: ,
main.' Also some great buys. Quiet) Will Use forms
take long term travel trailers. 378-9291' Studious N/S/ F needed to share a 2 bdrm 12 Typing Services > the Alligator appearing Sorry weeklyin cash
FOR RENT 2 1/2 bath townhouse. 219/mo + 1/2 no by
: Open too. 12.14-47.3
,mail MC VISA
ulll. Call 3320743. 10-24-5-5 13 Help Wanted' ., or checks only.

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Tired of your roommate? For sale 66 foot '14 Business$ Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
Nova 3 bdr/2 ba .pOII.... Quiet, safe N/S F Roommate Needed to rent own '
": Payment by VISA or Mastercard
bdr/bth In Reflections-brand
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280 area. Call collect 8137347018.2.- new 15 Personals :: ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
2 BOR $335, NEW Townhouse 440. Sec. 10-3 245mo. 10-25-5-5 Call Alex at 3756296leave 16 Connections M < F8304pm.D .
Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs. message.
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12.1478.2 17 Notices' : '
Own room In GREENWICH GREEN. How to correct
SUBLEASE: Washer/dryer, free cable & water 18 Rides

washer/dryer Oak Glade Apts available near In UF most& VA units, quiet lor 4 HOUSE/APT. $216/mot 3353945.1/3 10-26-5-5 util. Call Karen or Chrisat 19 Pets cancel your ad:

$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B 1 ft 2 Bath 20 "Lost & Found Cancellations:
Walk-F share
to 2bdr/2ba, fully
J250-S375, sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- .
76-2 furnished, equipped kit., own wash/dry. Roommates available. Reserve your Call 373 FIND Mon. Fri 8.4 pm.
Available 1290. Must ?lease! $215/mo. room for spring. Bus serviceto No refund cm be given.
Call 3359234. UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn.

Efficiency INCREDIBLE Apt. $175-1250 per roommate/month. Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors:

Starting' at $185 WALK TO UF 1bd, pool, laundry. Available MZ Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor Check your ad the FIRST day it runs
Starting' at $23512 B.droomMEADOWCREST now to May. Furnished. $280mth. 375-0207 Call 373-FIND with any corrections before -
Call 3350744. 102254WINDMEADOWSI 11-30-27-5 Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
110 NW 39th Ave
DAYS after
378-3988 Sublease a large 1 N/S/ M/F 3 bdr Fieldstone house, wood they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected -

378-3881 bd/bth/ unfurnished' apt. Av.llabl.lmm. floors, ac/heat, fenced yd gar, wash/dry, Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

12-14-76-2 diately! Call Auld 335-6471 or 376- 5 mln walk to UF, Avail Immed $165/mo + Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
9549. 10-26-7-4 1/3 utll. Call 3364804. 10-30-10-5 THREE placing the ad. Changes called in after
days to apPear. Ads
"Check Our New .
Specials" the first day will not be compensated.
All Amenities Available Sublet cozy Ibr loft apt 3 blks N of Rockwood Villasrmmt needed for own may run for any length of time

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED UF on 18 St. $290/mo 375-2342. fully turn br/ba. Nice 3 br/3 ba condo and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
Roommates Available 10-26-7-4 wall amenities/ 225mo./ Call 336-9332. Corrections must be made In person at
We're No.1REGENCY 10-23-5-5 Sorry, but there can be no re The Alligator office BEFORE NOON.

OAKS Sublet I bedroom apartment through funds for cancelled ads. There will be s $2.00 correction fee.
378-5766 Dec. 31 In Archer Woods. Pool laundry,
3230 SW Archer Road security, pets OK, near UF, $290 per
COUNTRY GARDENS month. 373-8727. 10-26-5-4 6 FOR SALE I a

2001 SW 16th Street No deposit! Sublet I bdr/1 ba semi-fur- TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk FOR SALE FOR SALE nished apt, pets ok $245/mo. Call Ariel drives, 2 film cassettes 2 film cannisters.

336.1845 or 491-3315 (bpr). 10232.4 Factory reconditioned, unused in past 2 SINGLE BEDmattress, boxsprlng and

SPACIOUS .. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. iPRODIGY.Intendn 'frame for $35. Call 3771408. 10-23-5-6
ONE BEDROOM APT. Good machine for small type shop. System
ONLY $273MO.LYONS Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 6 font tmonoI Service baby crib $50, toddler car seat $10 chair

APT disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at Available ELITE today. 335-1300. $30, rattan hanging chair$30, chaps $35..
4000 SW 20TH AV 177-8797 5 ROOMMATESMature 373-9926 for more Info. new car speaker ((2)) 0 $20 each Call
12-14-76-2 3361850. 10-22-4-6
person wanted to share 2bd/2ba Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more MICRO/CENTER Computers 376.1146
LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASE! $250 condo In SW area close to UF. W/D br.nd..re all at our New Location? Car Editor's choice Hewlett Packard Dorm refrig octagon table & 4 chairs, 4
moves you In. Close to UF and Shands. pool, sec.system., $285/mo util. Call Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- Northgate M/C Prices lower than barrel chairs, desks, sofa, chair, 6 cane
3761248. 103020.2 evenings 373.4503 or 335-4731 10-22- 2070. 12-14-76-6 mailorder. Systems below, Include imb chairs IBM esleetrlc' II, posters. 373-
10.5 40mb ((2Sms) Harddlsk, graphics monitor. 2128. 10-23-5-8
ONE MONTH FREE Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar MC 28612$948' MC 386SX- $1086,
Studios and one bedroom FN/S to share nice house with anviro. DI'lctoret.lnflnlty, Ssnsul, Sony, Northgate 386/20- $2499. Leading Edge Office equip.. IBM selectrlc II. Toshiba
from $235 Walk to UF. College aware veterinary students. Own room Orion' Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. 386SX 'laptop w/40 MB hd I battery- copier, workstations, desks & chairs, off.
Park Properties 371.7777 1031232ONE $170/mo/ + 1/3 util Great location I Call' We Seal All Prleee'. 173-3754. 12-14-76-. $1995.1 ft 2 year warranties. Onsite war supplies, file cabinets Ig. maps. 373-.
374-4408. 10-25-10-5 6 ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer- $185. 2126. 10-26-8-6

MONTH FREE or security system. HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University -
Villager West central air, quiet Female' roommate needed for spring se ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Av. 12-14-52-8
cul-de-sac. Take NW 8th Street mester. Own room In a great house Harman Kardon, Autotek J8L Toshiba, Gold membership at Sunklssed Tanning
from 181h Av. 371.7777 Only one block from UF. Please call Jennifer Crunch, Heller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar CUSTOM COMPUTERS Center. 120.00 value, for only 50.001
10-31-23-2 3713949. 10.25.10-5 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6 286-12 w/1 meg ram, graphics monitor, Call Dorian-374-0641. 10-23-4-6
"I 40 meg hard drive 1 yr on-site $925 others -
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to F roommate needed In 3bd 2ba new DISCOUNT HI-FI avail. 3328333. 10-26-15-6 Club Future (where 2 Live Crew was arrested -
UF. 2br/1 be. $175 apt In Greenwich Green $220/mon ) Censorship Sucks" T-shirts by
College +
722 S. Main *The Red Bldg. malll Only $14 each, 2 for $25 5 for
Park Properties 371-7777 1/3ut. Call 3351504. 10-22-5-5 IBM PS/2 model I 30, fish tank(55( gal), or
10-31-23-2 WE ARE CHEAPER lamps, VCR,, beta? stereo, comics. TV, $55 tax Incl.? White-Pink-Black M/L/XL.
Seeking high caliber studious rmmt. 21- 12-14-76-6 dorm fridge turn., A much more. 335- Send check/m/ to Club Future T-shirt

Pets welcome-no fee. Beautiful terra 28 yrs, n/., no drugs, responsible, broadminded 1982 for Info. 10-23-9-6 2100 Hollywood .Blvd Hlwd FL 33020.

cotta tile floor. College View Apartments SWM or straight demeanor GWM CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 10-26-7-6
a 371-7777. 10-22-5-2 only reply to share spacious bdr/1 ba apt any car truck or van fully guaranteed will RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants -
w/amen. S-10mln. walk to UF, $165 + demo. Call 336-9193 lIud.nllv. mes- for your dorm or apartment. We Great Bikel 53cm sr400 15 speed Can-
4bd/2ba apartment, W/D, cent ac, 5 blks 1/2elec. negotiable Call 378-4712. 10- sage. 12-14-37-6 deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave, 377S285. -' nondale ft Scott DH bare, roofrack Inc.
from campus, well III parking pets ok. 22.5-5 6 blocks E. of campus" 1 11-14-20-6, excellent condition $325 obo call Mark at
$730/mo, clean, nice, available Jan. 1. 377-3248 leave message., 10-24-6-6
Call 3778965. 10-29-10-2 WANTED: One for own room in 3br/2ba 2400 BD MODEM $98 LET'S TRADE: Alto saxophone$300value

apt. close to campus. ONLY $175/mo + WORD PERFECT $135 for a computer desk w/lile drawers'and SURFBOARD; Fox'5'8" trl-fln 1 yr.'old no
ROCKWOOD VILLAS-2bd/2ba with 1/4 util lor spring ft summer. Call 373- chair or will sell or buy either Call dlngsll axe cond.> $200 obo call Dave
study, blinds, end unit. 575mo. Call 8773. 10-22-8-5 CALL ELITE 335-1300. Karen 371-1073 (Ivemsg.) 10-22-5-6 371-0874. 10-23-4-6
335-2703. 10-29-10.2 '. -
.-/ Roommate needed ASAP to share luxury Safari Audio wine more W.trb'd-l Nice, private, & clean, 1 bdr apt. I block 2/2 In nice quiet area. Pool Fireplace, IASCA events than all other trophies' el ; heater bookcase h.adbo.rddr.wer
from UF. Plenty storage off-street park- D/W. 250/mo. I smoke ft have kitten Call Complete waterbed for ..1. CHEAP! Oalnesville combln.d. stores In pedestal', pads. $325 obo. 3751287eve.
Ing. $250 308 SW 12 St. 3787257. Steve 372-8202. 10-22-5-5 Call Henry 332-4876.. 10-24-5-6 03. 338.1U. 10.23.1. SW.34 St., ( .) 10-25-5-8



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Round trip ticketGainesville to Pittsburgh Sound System: Peavey CS-400
Nov 2325. $225 obo. Call 377- REPAIR Topless Bug buttercup yellow 79 VW
amp whuge Peavey speakers. Clean ** GATOR MOVING **
6168. 10-26-6-6 sound with a kick! Great for DJ's or Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Deliv- convertible, "breeze" to drive, great con.
frat house. $775 for 375- ery available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, dition, see & drive, 4800. neg 373- Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1 1-
ATTENTION: BIKERS 8293. everything across from Alley Katz 338.3825. 10-31- 2128. Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis
Lie/Ins. 374-4791 12-14-76-
Blinking bikers butt beacons could save 10-25-4-8 37-8 Harry/Bill
your butt. Personal emergency strobe, 1974 CADILLAC 11
just clip to your backside. 3 mile visibility eeeess YAMAHA RZ-ssoeeee ELDORADO
50-70 !flashes per minute. Regular SECURITY SYSTEMS W/Racing kitVERY FASTI 97,000 actual miles, Cold Air, second SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM* lessons
Affordable protection for apt. or car. 120- boarding* woodser facilities *
$29.95 on sale $19.95 George's Hardware MUST SELLI $1000 OBO owner $1495 336-6535. 10-25.5.9
day satisfaction garantee, 5 yr. warranty. hay rides parties sales working
3424 W University Ave. 376-1321. eeeCall Ray 335.9312 Iv msg.e*
10-25-5-6 3787104. 10-26-5-6 Brand new 90' Eagle Talon, fully loaded, students accepted 488.3224, 375 8080.
tinted windows, car phone. 7000 ml. 12-14-76-11:, "

Couch, loveseat, chair, dining table, all 84' Hartey Sportster, Andrew cams 84' Take over payment. Call Dan 843-9410,
17511 waterbed 70, big desk 25. Call 7 REAL ESTATE Honda Interceptor, 700 cc. $2800 each. Ive msg. 10-25-5-9 *SUNBELT MOVING*
Scott day 392-6491 or alter 6 4627122. Joe 378-6368.
Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
84' Suzuki SJ-410 (Samurai) Convertible Rockwood Villas condo 2/2 for sale Sports Top a/c, radio, 70K asking 2750. 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist
lrldge-$75, kitchen table-$30 by owner. 3351982. Call 338-0478 student. 10-29-6-9 Lie/Ins Priced for Students) Marty 375-
9 AUTOS MOVE. 12-14-76-11
lounge/rocker chair-$40, Ibanez electric 10-23-9-7
guitar-$325, 81 Ford Mustang-$975.
3775535. 10-26-5-6 Get your real estate license. Tu A Th 1982 CAMARO, / New paint / super- 10 WANTEDLocal
evenings 6-10 818 clean interior Close to UF, Convenient
pm W Univ. Ave. / Alpine stereo / rebuilt
Hide A Bed couchvery comfortable, Starts Oct. 23 371-2787 Florida Center trans. A must see I *$3200 obo. Call 4x4x4 $15/mo
Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class 4x8x8 $30mo533SW2ndAve
good condition $30. OBO. Call Teresa for Real Estate! Education 10238.7 335-2202 leave message 10-22-3-9
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine 377-1771
3716715. 10-24-3-6
ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10 .'

RATES, low payments, fast drive-
ANNOUNCING A NEW LINE OF QUALITY COMPUTERSFROM thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 WANTED: Stock Firebird aluminum rims *FREE*
377CARS. WE CARE. 11-1-20-9 from 1987 and up. Call Brian at 338- Pregnancy Test
8289. Gainesville Women's

Creative Computers Corp. 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door HEALTH CENTER
100 % IBM COMPATIBLE locks, seats, windows, a/c, am/fm/ tape, DESPERATEI I Need 2 or 4 tickets for 720 NW 23rd Avenue

[ :' ;;N.:.L(0! ETE SUPER,JE ,::SYSTEM. .. .nve. j sell auto best, wht offer ext/blue 334.5053.Int. Exc 10-26-16-9 condmust sage.Ga/FIa/ 10-26-8-10 game. Call 335-7274 leave mes- ABORTION 377-5055(To 24 Wks)

384-25MHZ 64K "CACHE" Comparable IBM Need 4 tickets for FSU/Flonda football
1- 88' Honda CRX HF,white wblue Interior, Gynecology Services
2 MB RAM in Tallahassee, Dec
game Saturday, 1.
UI Model 70
(- 32,000ml, S-speed, $6900 obo, great gas
80 MB Hard Drive Will pay premium! Call Kathy at Martin
With Univ. Discount mileage, very dependable, please call
=bft2 Enterprises collect at 516-487-8100 or $COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholar-
Only $2345 .......1 1IiI.! $4499 ((8x516-4876013. 10-26-8-10 shipsl! College Scholarship Locators pob

CARIII 1881 Joplin, MO 64802.1881 800-879-
1614 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. 376-5606 COLOR 335-1297 anytime. 10-22-5-9 Will pay big $$. Call Joe 376-4339. 10-
THESE NEW PRICES ARE LOWER THAN MAIL ORDER! 23.5.10 Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly pro-

fessional care III peaceful surroundings.
Buick Regal 1982. Low mileage, runs NEED AUBURN TIX Daily turnout rooming and TLC 462-
great, many new parts, asking $2400. 5127.
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Call 3359620. 10-22-2-10
Call 373-6567 or 374-9640. 10225.9
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe Better than new 1990, sporty, burgandy NEED MANY FLORIDA-GEORGIA COUPONS Are available! Millions go unclaimed
$S$ Call 372-1860 after 5
Honda CRX. Under 5000 mis. Stereo yearly. 1800334.3881
ACROSS 2 Alaskan 38 Swanky 57 Appearst
system A/C $500 cash and assume 11-19-50-11
Luggage IDs Islander 41 Jose's aunt 58 Senator loan. lye msg. 336-7858.
5 Cheese for 3 Kind 42 Dolly's welcome Kefauver Personal Protection, tear gas, pocket
quiche 4 Charred 43 Charlotte of 60 Sound of 11 SERVICESNW sized, $13.95. Great gift LCM 2841 A
1986 FIERO SE, black, sunroof 56,000
10 Government 5 Getz of jazz "Facts of Life" exertion original miles. In perfect condition. Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl.
agt. 6 Took off 48 It over: 61 Leave port $3800. Must sell-best offer. Call 377- Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave 33406. 10-31-26-11 ,
14 On the calm 7 "Bus Stop" domineered 62 "Lamp My 5528. 10-23-5-9 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 !from
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UF volleyball.. wins fifth straight- I II

By HUGH HENCKEN Suzanne Hughes' 13 kills, tying her career high. Steffi
Alligator Writer Legall helped out with 10 kills of her own in the easy
The UF volleyball team is on a tear. "We are intense, and we are very confident and posi-
With a doubleheader sweep of Mississippi State and tive," Hughes said. "We're going for it and we're not
North Carolina Sunday, the Gators have won five con hesitating any more. We know we can do it."
secutive matches,including all 15 games. UF has not losta The Gators expected a much tougher match from
match or game since Oct. 12. defending Atlantic Coast Conference champion North
The Gators now are 11-11 on the season. UF's five- Carolina, although the Tar Heels were coming off a
game winning streak is the longest of the year, with all four-game losing streak over the weekend in Tampa.
the victories coming! during a six-game: home stand. The tired Heels lost three of those four matches in
OF coach; Marilyn McKeavy likes five games.They would not have to wait
the confidence and maturity the Gators that long against the Gators to start the
have been showing in the winning 7 think that they trek north.

...". streak. have matured a UF started off on fire with the play of
"I am real impressed that the team Suzy Schutz and jumped out to an 8-2
has not even dropped a game (during lot, and they are lead.The Tar Heels fought back to close ,
the streak)," McReavy said. "I think the game to 10-7, then Legall took over
# It. that they have matured a lot, and they 1 less insecure. and guided the Gators to a 15-12 first-
are less insecure." game victory.
.. .,... Sunday's doubleheader in theMarilyn McReavy UFs strong start in both the second
:. 1:1: O'Connell Center showed how well the UF Volleyball Coach and third games carried them to easy
; Gators have been playing. wins. UF won its fifth straight match
r. ',.. ) "'f'I'., iJJ' Mississippi State never had a chance against UF in the with a win over North Carolina 15-12,15-11,15-5.
/ first game of the match. UF stormed out from a 6-6 tie
r"8 to take nine of the next 10 points and closed out the game Even prior to Sunday, Homecoming was very good to
15-7. the Gators. UF defeated Baylor on Thursday in the
Florida Gym. The easy 15-12, 15-3, 15-6 victory carried
.. UF dominated the second game 15-4, but struggled in the Gators into an important SEC match on Friday against
the third. UF maintained its composure,however,to take
the game 15-10 and the match.

"ALLIGATOR PHOTO The victory over the Bulldogs improved the Gators Mississippi could not stop Legall and Kristin
UF sophomore blocker Suzanne Hughes tied a career- SEC record to 32.This is the first time in 1990 the Gators Guetzkow, who had a game-high 10 kills. UF rolled to
II high with 13 kills Sunday in UF's three-game victory over have been better than .500 in the SEC. another straight-game victory 15-9,15-12,15-6-over

Mississippi State. Against Mississippi State, UF was led by sophomore the Rebels ,

h.ady Gators golf team loses final-day leadThe Ex-Gator endows

UF women's golf team lost its one- weekend at the Woodside Clay Court Tour Sunday because Rodriguez played the sin tennis scholarshipNeal
stroke lead Sunday at the PING Tour Tulsa nament in Plantation, S.C. gles final earlier that day. She had also
Intercollegiate in Tulsa, Okla., to finish tied One UF team reached the finals and UFs competed in the doubles semifinal in the Anderson, the NFL's leading
for third. other doubles team advanced to the semifinals morning. rusher, was honored at halftime ofSaturday's

The team finished with a three-round total before being eliminated.The Women's cross country wins women's tennis game scholarship.for endowing a UF
of 981, seven strokes behind winner and UF freshman walk-on team of Erika The women's cross country team defeated
host Tulsa. UF led the tournament after two Kuttler and Kristin Osmond reached the 16 state schools Friday in winningthe Anderson, the Chicago Bears' first-
round draft choice in 1986 and Pro
rounds with a 652 total but shot 41-over-par final, playing South Carolina's Natahlie Florida Inter-Collegiate Championshipsat a
Bowl selection in 1989 and 1990 is UFsfirst
Sunday to finish three behind second-place Rodriguez and Mandy Nail Sunday evening. the University of South Florida in Tampa. athlete to endow,
professional a
Rodriguez and Nail reached the finals Frazier and Coralena Velsen
Kentucky, and tied Arizona State. Wendy with cash
after defeating the UF doubles team of Amy placed first and second,respectively,on the scholarship a giftThe
b Alcinl and Andrea Berger, seeded first in 5,000-meter course, followed by Marny Dorothy Anderson Scholarshipis
the tournament, 6-4,6-4. Westphal, fourth; Breda Gaffney, 12th; named for Anderson's mother, who
AROUND Osmond and Kuttler beat North Stacey Watkins, 16th; and Katie Dearing, died in 1987.Anderson.
SPORTS Carolina's Alisha Portnoy and Cinda 25th. became involved with the

Gurney, 7-5,1-6,7-5, in the semifinals. The victory gave Frazier her third individual women's tennis program as a memberof
Individually, UFs Laura Brown finished South Carolina's Rodriguez won the sin title of the season,and it was Velsen's the Lady Gator Booster Association
second with a 233,one stroke behind winner gles championship over Georgia's Angela second runner-up finish, both to Frazier, Committee and has attended the last
Kelly Robbins of Tulsa. Lettiere. this season. It was UFs second consecutiveteam two NCAA championships, which UF
UF's Michele Vinieratos and Julie Foster Kuttler, seeded second, lost to Lettiere, title, and third of the season. has, hosted.:
tied for 15th with 249, Paula Gorman tied 6-7, ((7.9),2-6) in the singles semifinals. The meet was a tuneup for next Monday'sSEC "Football has always been at all
for 24th with 256 and Suzy Strock finished After being eliminated in the first round Championships at UFs University Golf schools-a program that is taken care ,
32nd with 258. by Rodriguez, Osmond, seeded sixth, lost Course. of t first," Anderson. "I wanted to help -
Doubles teams advanceThe to Duke's Christine Neuman, 0-6,1-6,in the Alligator writers Jeff Moriarty Debra Sari out where it is most needed."
UF women's tennis team continuedits singles consolation finals. Linn and Marc Lame contributed to'this DEBRA SARI UNN
excellence in doubles competition this The doubles final was delayed until 5 p.m. report.

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Those who I McClendon solidifies No. 1 positionBy

MATT FOGLESON "It keeps both of us fresh," McClendonsaid. McClendon,though,was determined not
stayed Alligator Writer "With us alternating, it's a lot better to let the miscue get him down."I .
for both of us." tried to forget about it and just go out
With solid play in a limited role last UF coach Steve Spurrier said he was and play ball," McClendon said.
CohenThe Saturday at Tennessee, UF junior Willie pleased with McClendon's performance."I Two drives later, McClendon caught a
saw McClendon regained his starting tailback thought he played very well," Spurriersaid. 21-yard pass from ShaneMatthews, pene-
job from Errict Rhett. "He made some fine runs. Some good trating Akron territory and setting the stage
greatest part of UF's 59-0 pasting of This Saturday at Florida Field, McC cuts." for Matthews' 10-yard touchdown strike to
Akron Saturday was something that went lendon retained that job with perhaps the On the opening drive, McClendon tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick.And .
unnoticed by the 73,000 fans who left after finest performance of his college career in showed the 74,558 in attendance why he in the third quarter, McClendon was
the first half and some of the players who UF's 59-0 thrashing of Akron. was considered the prize of the UF recruit at it again.
had fallen asleep on the sideline. McClendon for 105 18 carries class of Uni-
ran yard on ing coming out Jacksonville's After an Akron punt McClendon
With 1:45: left in the fourth quarter, Gators the first time he has surpassed the 100-yard versity Christian in 1988. sparked UF. He carried twice for 15 yards
coach Steve Spurrier began playing anyone barrier. He also caught four passes for 51 The Gators started that first drive on their and two first downs, helping set up his
wearing an orange and blue jersey.And since yards,including a 15-yard touchdown in the 20-yard line. McClendon carried the ball on 15-yard touchdown reception from Mat
Amy (not Lisa) chugging Gator-
t Spurrier was third quarter. the first three plays of the game, gaining 17 thews.
ade with the trainers, Coach Spurrier in-
serted what could be construed as the latest McClendon,who played in the shadow of yards.He. That touchdown gave UF a 38-0 lead.
challenger for Shane Matthews'job at quar- former All-American tailback Emmitt Smith added six more carries on that drive With the game in hand and McClendon past
terback. for two seasons, said having his job taken for 24 yards. the 100-yard mark, Spurrier sat him down
Mike Cohen. away by Rhett gave him incentive to play "It felt great," McClendon said."I haven't for the remainder of the game.
better. felt like that in a while." Despite his impressive play, McClendonsaid
-> Alex Marvez "I 1 just tried to put it behind me and go But,after marching the Gators down fieldto he can't relax and feel secure about his
THREE out and do my best," McClendon said. "It Akron's 2-yard line, McClendon showed starting job yet.
COUNTCohen made me work a little harder." the crowd why he had been relegated to a "I know I've got some great backs behindme
McClendon said he welcomes the idea of backup role. He went into the end zone,but ," McClendon said. "The main thing to
sharing the tailback duties with Rhett, who fumbled. Akron's Ozzie Jackson pouncedon do is to keep in shape and keep up my
plays on UF's scout team, a groupof had nine carries for 49 yards. the ball, killing the drive. strength."

non-scholarship and redshirted players 1 __ <_. & ... _V .A 'lilt -- '.. ..- ,,:... h ,_ .< ... --. _.. -
that imitates the opposition in practice. Basically
they try to give the Gators defense a
feel of what the other team is going to do.
And in the process, they get to be BooYaa'dby
Tim Paulk and Godfrey Myles.Oh .

,joy.Cohen .
a sophomore from Winter Garden,
ran four plays for UF,handing off three timesto
Chuck "Why haven't I played 1/16th of
the time I did in the spring?" Wabbersen.
Cohen also attempted a pass to the legendary rA
Kevin Laczko, a senior wide receiver who is
rumored to have played in high school.
Cohen even earned a nickname from Spur-
rier-Throwin' Cohen.
One member of the scout team actually
got to score. Running back Brady Ackerman
caught a 12-yard pass from Brian Fox with
4:27: left in the game to cap UF's scoring at
34,578. Ackerman, a junior, still may have a
huge grin on his face. e
On defense, the Boo-Yaa Tribe was re-
placed by the "Oh-Yeah I'm in the game!"
squad. Making two bone-jarring tackles
heard all the way in Interlachen were Gregg
Diamond, and Cornell Tinner and (NAME)
Owens had one apiece.
Linebacker Matt Hurbanis also got into
the action with a tackle on special teams.
Hurbanis gets more press than his fellow 1 aq 1
scout team members, though. The pronun-
ciation of his name is boxed on page 33 of r
the Gators media guide.

It got so out of hand against the Zips that Redshirt freshman Errict Rhett, who lost the starting tailback job to Willie McClendon, fights his way Into the end zone. I
scout: team players were using the jersey
numbers of regular players. For example,
Cohen wore the number"3,"the digit usually
Punts Com- NOTEBOOKfrom 16 Homecoming games over r q
worn by punter Jason "My are
ets" Hailey. 19 that stretch, including nine of .
their last 10.Odds.
But the scout team has to be given credit.
Most of the time, few of the scout team Woodford won $15 million in and Ends
members get to dress with the team on last year's Ohio state lottery. UF's 33 first downs sets a
game-day.And these are players who try just Zips coach Gerry Faust said team record and its 594 yardsof
e as hard as the regular starters. Woodford, who found out he offense is good for third on
The scout team does receive some equal won on a Sunday,asked for the the all-time charts. ... Willie
treatment, though, besides being allowed to Monday off, but "I told him he McClendon moved into 18th 10
use mouthpieces and pads in practice. Dur- better work twice as hard the place on the school's rushinglist
ing one practice in August, the scout team rest of the year, because we've with 1,193 yards. ...Darren
botched fourconsecutive offensive plays and got coaches who need their Mickell's 32-yard fumble re-
got to do the infamous "Up-Down" drill in jobs. turn was his second touch-

the rain (where players run quickly in place! "Mike, obviously, doesn't." down of the year. He returnedan
drop down to push up position and then interception 14 yards for a '
bounce back up). Homecoming, sweetHomecomIng touchdown against Oklahoma
Most of the current starting Gators began State. ... Akron got no closer
their collegiate careers on the scout team. With Saturday's 59-0 victory, than the UF 42-yard line, and ADRIAN DENNIS
But it's rough being used daily as Gator Bait UF now has a 46-20-1 Home- touched UF territory twice all Senior linebacker Jerry Odom can't help but smile at UFs
by your teammates. coming record.. The Gators day, both in the first half. ... 59-0 romp over Akron. Odom sat out the game with a
f Spurrier's decision to use scout team have been especially dominant Akron didn't get a single first sprained knee, but should play In two weeks against
since 1974, winning 14 of the down in the second half. Auburn.r .
in the Akron
members a good one.
game was . . < < < . i
hurt -
Hey, a little scrub ball never anyone.



I Speer, Grow lead dominating Gators defense I IBy

GREGG DOYEL "He saw me at the last second, but it was
Alligator Staff Writer too late."

Demotions to starting defensive backs As Harsh bore down on Barber at the UF
Jimmy Spencer and Will White raised a few 5-yard line, Speer demolished the unsus--
questions concerning UF's secondary priorto pecting, 175-pound tailback. After a minuteon
Saturday's date with Akron. his back, Harsh walked slowly off the ar'4 -
Del Speer and Monty Grow had the an- field. y 6 1

Speer and Grow, making their first collegiate "Tim Paulk, my brother (Gatorback
starts, paced a UF secondary that James Speer) and some others have a list
helped limit Akron to 84 yards of offense, a you get on with a big hit, and I wanted on
paltry 28 coming through the air, in the there," Speer said. "That was my Boo-Yaa." 49

Gators' 59-0 drubbing of the Zips. Grow racked up a Zip of his own in the oN
"Monty Grow came up and made some second quarter. Akron wide receiver Brad-
sticks early, and we gave him the game ball ford Jones caught a short pass near midfield
for defense," UF defensive coordinator Jim from Jeff Sweitzer, and, as he wheeled
Bates said. "And Del Speer played a solid around, met the charging Grow. s
game. He didn't have as many opportunities,
but he was solid out there." The collision knocked Jones back four

Grow had five tackles-tops on the team, yards.
with Fee Bartley in place of White the
"It was
pretty exciting, something to look
country's leader in interceptions with six. back on in a few years," Grow said. "Overall, ,
White didn't dress out because #1164
disciplinary -
they're a good team, but they couldn't passon
problems, but should return in two "
us, and they couldn't really run on us.
weeks against Auburn,UF coach Steve Spur-
rier said. UF put the clamps on the Zips in the

Speer, who moved ahead of Spencer after second half. After gaining 54 yards in the 4 f Uhs /
Tennessee abused the senior cornerbacklast first half, Akron added just 30 more the rest

Saturday, finished with three unassisted of the way, and didn't pick up a first down.
' tackles and a first-quarter series of shots on Akron worked its way into UF territory twicein w
( various Zips. the game, both in the first half.

On first down, Speer blasted tailback Mar-- ,
Speer said it could have been worse. ti. 0 s.eft
cus Reliford outof bounds for no gain.Three

plays later, as Terence Barber fielded an "We gave up some good yards in the first
Akron punt, Speer introduced himself to the half," he said. "We could have done better.

Zips'Jamie Harsh."I Ra, 'd"XAt"srti .,
How about that first start?
wasn't going to hit anybody, I was just

running down the field," Speer said. "But "I got my start, but it was the least I've ADRIAN DENNIS
(Harsh) was running hard, and I figured if played," Speer said. "After we got that big UF defensive lineman Darren Mickell! tangles with Akron tackle Chris Sutyak I
he was doing that, I'd go after him. lead, I barely played the second half." Saturday. Mickell) later returned a fumble 32 yards for a touchdown. .

I White suspended for Akron, will play next game I

Starting strong safety Will White as far as we're concerned. He's Kirkpatrick, who leads UF with end in UF history to catch more sions, UF marched 79, 35 and 83
served a one-game suspension paid his penalty." 30 receptions,was held to one catch than 30 passes in a season. yards, respectively. The Gators I
against Akron for UF linebacker Odom also for minus three yards against Ten- Kirkpatrick five touchdown refailed to its first drive
violating a seriesof Jerry score on ,
.. u "' ..LuL.mlssea ._ .._ .
minor rules, UF coach Steve ;:,Saturday nessee. Saturday, me ceptions in 1990 is a which reached the
Spurrier said following the game. game with a sprained : 6-foot-3, 231-pound team record. Akron 2-yard line,
knee. Odom's replace- Yy ., ; senior exploded for Air Shane when tailback Willie
Doyel ment, Carlton Miles, ( '*'1.. 122 yards and two Shane Matthews' McClendon fumbled

NOTEBOOK went down with a ( .f ;;;tI t\:;: touchdowns on five three-touchdown per- and the Zips Ozzie
twisted back in the ; \ catches, all before formance gives him Jackson recovered in

first series. Spurriersaid halftime. 14 for the season, top- the end zone.

the injury didn't ,.. -, The first-half yard- ping the Gators' 13 UPs shortest driveof
Spurrier wouldn't say what appear serious. \\ age and scoring totals from 1988 and 1989 the first half was 35
White did to earn the suspension, Nice half are singlegamehighs combined. Senior yards and lasted one

but did say White, the country's UF tight end Kirk 9 4 for Kirkpatrick.. wide receiver Ter- play. The one playfigs
leader in interceptions with six,will Kirkpatrick needed White "' lurspamcK Stan'i ence Barber's first caMatthews' ..1 was a 35-yard scoring
play against Auburn in two weeks."It only the first half catch a pass the rest reer touchdown pass, pass from Matthewsto
wasn't one big thing, it was against Akron to bounce back from of the way, but his first-half field a 53-yarder to Kirkpatrick,gave the Mills for the Gators first touch
several little things that built up," his least productive day of 1990. day made him only the third tight Gators their 15th scoring pass of down. 4/f''

Spurrier said. "It's over with now 1990.Matthews' Wheeeeere's Johnny?
35-yard touchdown Saturday's contest marked the
pass to Ernie Mills moved UF return of Akron linebacker John

Gators 59 0 ahead of last year's passing total of Clark to Gainesville.
Zips 1,628 yards. Matthews has thrown Clark, a highly-recruited line-
Score by Ortrs 1 2 3 4 F Randolph 1 5 0 5 for 1,747 yards, the 11th-highest backer out of Garden City Commu-
UF 14 17 14 14 59 UF Statistics Keller 1 34 0 34
Akron 0. 0 0 0 0 Ru.hlng All Yds TO Lg Sullivan 1 17 0 17 single-season output in UF history. nity College,was set to play for the
McClenaon 18 105 0 19 Ackerman 1 12 1 12 Please, No Deja Vu Gators in 1989 when UF Athletic
UF: Mills 35 pall from Matthews McNabb 3 12 0 10 Totals 22 348 5 53
Maybe which Director Bill
Saturday's victory, Arnsparger revokedthe
(zyzew.kl kick) Rhett 9 49 2 I 11UF
: Klrkpalrlck 10 pall from Matthews Matthews 5 8 0 7 Akron Statistics boosted UF to 6-1, wasn't such a scholarship then-coach Galen
(zyzew.ki kick) Randolph 1 5 0 5 LewIS Rushing All Ydl 7 TO 12 Lg 0 7 good idea, after all. The Gators Hall had offered the 6-foot-3, 240- '
UF: Rhel12 Malone 8 28 0 12
run (Czyzewski kick)
UF: Kirkpatrick 53 pall from Barber Ackerman 2 21 0 14 Nelson 3 14 0 8 started 1989 with a 6-1 mark before pound Clark.In .
(Czyzewski kick) Wlbbersen 4 28 0 IS Sweitzer 8 31 0 16UF losing four of their last five games. the week prior to the ,
: Czyzewski 34 FG Fox 2 .5 02 Redford 8 13 0 SUF
: McClendon 15 pall from Matthews Totals 50 247 2 19 Friday 4 .18 0 1 UPs 34-7 loss to Washington in Clark said he had "animosity toward
Czyzewskl kick Campbell 3 0 0 4 the 1989 Freedom Bowl "
) dumpedits Bill Arnsparger, and that he
F: Rhett 2 run kick Pilling All Cmp Inl Ydl TO Kepler 2 4 0 3
UF: Mlckell32 fume return (Ruland) Matthews 32 20 2 283 3 Tollll 33 58 0 l'Ick final record to 7-5. planned to "show somebody that
) Barber 1 1 0 53 1 Poor Akron on the field." -
UF: Ackerman 3 1 0 12 1 Palling All Cmp Int Ydl TO
12 from Fox Ruland
kick) pass ( Cohen I 0 0 0 0 Sweitzer 13 5 1 20 0 Tennessee, Akron ain't. Clark, touted a Butkus candi-
Totals 37 22 2 348 5 Totals Friday 20.7 1 3 2 28 8 0 0 UF reminded a crowd of 74,558 date as the country's top line-

First gowns 33 A 7 R.celvln No Yds TO the eighth-highest total in flor- backer, finished with three
Rushes-Yards 5247( 33.58 KlfkPaUlc 5 122 2 Receiving No Ydl TO LI ida Field history-of that from the tackles.
35 Little 1 8 0
1 35 1
Yards Mills
348 28
COMP-Att-Int 22-37-2 8-20-3 McClendon 4 51 1 17 Redford 1.11' 011 first quarter.The Gators outgainedthe Rich Zip
Fumbles-lost 1.1 2-2 Rhett 2 24 0 19 Williams 2 17 0 11 Zips 182-33 in the first 15 minutes Akron secondary coach Mike
nal"-Y.rd. 5 31 0 14 Jones 2 14 0 8
Time 01 possession 35:53 8-85: 24.07 5-42 Everett 1 17 0 17 Totals 6 28 0 UN en route to a 14-0 lead.
see Notebook 18
In its three first-quarter
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59 to 0 Record-breaking Gators axe AkronBy

on the numerical roster and didn't go to
Tennessee, caught a 12-yard touchdownpass
Staff Writer
from Fox in the fourth quarter to give
Call it a morale booster after last week's the Gators their final score.

disaster at Tennessee. A warm-up for the And for the last few plays of the game, a
Auburn game. A chance for the scout teamto quarterback named Michael Cohen re-

play. placed Fox. Cohen threw one incompletepass.

Whatever it was, it was breathlessly easy. .
The Gators whose offense fell apart "It was obvious we had Akron outmanned
against the Volunteers, could do almost today" Spurrier said. "It was a good game.
nothing wrong in their 59-0 Homecoming Our players had some fun. Today we were

victory Saturday over Akron. able to turn it loose and not worry too much."

The lopsided victory was a welcome one The Gators'only mistakes may have been l r
for UF coach Steve Spurrier and the players, the two interceptions thrown by Matthews.But .
who had needed a rest after last Saturday's those blunders didn't matter, becausethe

45-3 loss to the Vols. Zips ((3-4-1)) were held almost motionlessby
"It was a fine performance by just about the UF defense when they did get the
everyone" Spurrier said. "The attitude was

excellent. We shook off last week's game ball.Akron managed 84 yards on 53 plays.The

and realized we can't look back and we've UF defense did not allow the Zips to move

got to move forward." any closer to the end zone than the Gators'
Aside from two interceptions tossed by 42-yard line.
UF Shane the Ga-
quarterback Matthews And it got worse for the Zips. Two Akron
tors ((6-1)), ranked 17th by The Associated
players were injured during the game. Start-
Press cruised the at Florida
through game
ing quarterback Jeff Sweitzer could miss the
Field with blunder.
hardly a
remainder of the year with a separated right
The Gators accumulated 595 total
yards shoulder,and defensive end Eric Drakes hasa
offense, the third-highest total in school ,
broken left hand. < < < > '
history. UF's 33 first downs is a school ADRIAN DENNIS
"We were down to one quarterback
record. his for 12 in UF's 59-0) victoryover
Third-string tailback Kedra Malone darts way yards 1
(backup Mark Friday), so we to change
Matthews completed 20 of 32 passes for everything in the second half,"Akron coach Akron Saturday. Malone, a freshman, had 26 yards on six carries.
283 yards and three touchdowns before
Faust said. "If lost him we would
Gerry we
being replaced in the fourth quarter by Brian have had to punt on first down." lead.Later "Kirk has the best hands on-the team. He

Fox. in the quarter, Kirkpatrick caught a turned on the juice."I .
Faust, realizing the Zips weren't getting
.. 'Tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick had five
from Matthews in the end
'*catches for 122 yards and two touchdowns. anywhere, decided to take out some of his 10-yard pass zone was looking to get 20 yards on it. I
for another And in the second
Those touchdowns Kirkpatrick five for starters in the second half. seven points. turned around and he was in the end zone."
give tailback Errict Rhett sneaked in
quarter, a
the year, a school record for tight ends. "Florida dominated the game, both offen- UF 21-0.
The Gators were as successful on the sively and defensively," Faust said. "We 2- yard run to put up The only other time UF got within scoring

ground as they were in the air. Tailback knew we were catching them at a bad time Five minutes later,Spurrier decided to get range and didn't make It to the end zone was
Willie McClendon rushed for over 100 yards after they lost to Tennessee." fancy. He had Matthews lateral to wide at the end of the first half,when kicker Arden
The Gators took the lead in the receiver Terence Barber who vaulted a 53- booted field to
for the first time in his UF career. McC early game Czyzewski a 34-yard goal put
and let after McClendon fumbledin yard touchdown pass to Kirkpatrick.The the Gators 31-0.
lendon carried the ball 18 times for 105 yards never up up
and caught four passes for 51 yards and one Akron's end zone the Gators' only play was something the Gators have
touchdown. fumble of the game on UFs first drive. practiced all year, but had never used. Bar "We came back with a lot more confidencethan

Spurrier even gave the backups' backupsa The Gators quickly came back. Matthews ber didn't think it would be such a success."I we had last week," Spurrier said. "We

chance to participate in the blowout. Run- tossed a 35-yard touchdown pass to Ernie knew it was there" Barber said of his know it's not going to be this easy in two

t ning back Brady Ackerman, who isn't listed Mills on their next series giving UF a 7-0 pass, the second completion of his career. weeks against Auburn."




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