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Commuter spaces reduced in lot rezoning I

By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI said.Priority cause more buses go to the Park- Though a second referendum to the fall and usually gets better in
Alligator Writer was given to Red D be- n-Ride lot,said Craig Varn,Student limit the number of parking decals the spring, but this semester

cause these students use the Traffic Court chief justice."If passed by a 2-to-l margin, Varn seems to be worse, Varn said.

The rezoning of two UF parkinglots spaces as storage for their cars, they usually walk from the said next fall is the earliest it wouldbe Police statistics show a 25 percent

will reduce the hassle of park- Hester said. commuter lot to class, then it will considered. increase in tickets given from

ing for dormitory residents, but "The commuters have more op- take them the same amount of timeto Long-term solutions to UFs no- January through September, as

more students who commute will tions available to them than the take the bus from the Park-n- torious parking problem include compared to the same period last

have to use the Park-n-Ride lot on Red D," he said.Commuters Ride lot," Varn said. adding 400 spaces in the commuterlot year, Varn said.

Hull Road, UF Parking Administrator will find an extra 47 After a referendum to eliminate on North-South Drive and 200 "Part of it is because of a de-

Bob Hester said. spaces added to the 78 already freshmen parking failed in this spaces in the new dormitory lot on crease in the amount of space and

UF's Traffic and Parking Ser designated All-Decal the Park-n- month's Student Government election Flavet field. The changes are an Increase in the amount of cars,"

vices converted 131 spaces last Ride lot,but they will lose the other other solutions to UF's park- scheduled to be completed by next Yarn said.

week from Commuter to Red D 84 spaces. Students with com- ing problem had to be summer, Hester said. But parking patrollers are more

parking in the lot on North-South muter stickers can park in the All- implemented,Yarn said.The refer Varn said two levels will be aggressive this year, Hester said.

Drive. Red D areas are for fresh- Decal spaces, but not those with endum failed 1,965 to 1,240."I added to the commuter lot parking "(The increase) is not saying

men and sophomores who live on Park-n-Ride decals, Hester said. was just trying to get the ulti- garage to make the 400 extra we're going out and creating viola-

campus. But there are 818 commuter The changes will not inconve- mate solution;now we'll have to go spaces. tions,but going out and citing vio-

spaces remaining, Hester nience commuting students be- about it another way," Varn said. Parking is always worse during lations," Hester said.

Free vaccine UF seeksto

available to improve

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Alligator Writer Alligator Staff Writer

UF students who didn't get the measles To compete with state and national universities
shots originally required for fall registrationnow 1".1" UF must tighten its ties to legislators

are eligible for free shots through a t'.Jl"rl.. UF President John Lombardi! said

federally funded program. Monday.

The federal government gave Alachua "(UF) needs to periodically look at howit
County Health and Rehabilitative Services "
gets its message to legislators,
of the
doses MeaslesMumpsRubellavaccine.
6,524 Lombardi! said from Philadelphia, wherehe
Health and Rehabilitative Services
Association of American
was attending an
and the UF Infirmary will provide the re- Universities meeting. "I got enough
measles shots to UF students from
feedback to indicate the way we're doingit
Oct. 29 to Nov. 2 in the Florida Gym. right now is not terrific."
Tom Belcuore, director' the HRS Al
UF Provost Andrew Sorensen said he
achua County Health Unit, said the federal
Nov. 1 from the
expects reports by
government made the vaccines available
becau of the measles outbreaks last winteron school's three lobbying teams, explainingtheir
roles and how they can improve
other Florida college campuses.
efforts. Lombardi! asked
Belcuore said the total value of the vaccine A bs legislative
Sorensen in August to review UFlobbying.
exceeds $180,000."When .,
the vaccinations are used up, that see Lobbying, page 4
will be all," Belcuore said. "It is my under-

standing that this is not a continual pro-
gram." couponsgo

About 3,500 UF students still need their fi
MMR shot, said UF Infirmary director Boyd Rn on sale todayCoupons

for the Nov. 10 Florida-
UF students born after Jan. 1, 1957, are
required to have a MMR immunization in Georgia game in Jacksonville go on
sale from 8:30 to 4 :
today : am. p.m.
order to register for the spring session.
at Gate 13. Sales will continue
Kellett said he can understand that stu-
until the student
Wednesday or
dents who paid for their shots might be
ticket allotment is sold out. No guest
upset, but they must understand that UF is will be sold.
not responsible for the free immunizations."It coupons
student buy only their
Each can
would have been nice if the govern-
ment could have seen the way to provide all own coupon, and a season football
card, fee card and picture ID must
needed Kellett said. "How-
the vaccines
be presented..The coupons cost $8
it's good to have the government do
'H. ,",,11." and can be exchanged for' tickets
something. Nov 6 and 7r
mechanical engineering sophomoreKeith
UF Perkey paid to get his MMR shot. He Put on happy face Coupons foe bloc seating must be

said he Is not upset over the free immuniza- Fort Lauderdale clown Rick Ricciardelli gets ready for his Monday perfor- turned la Nov., 5 and"bloc, tickets

tions. mance In the Clyde Beatty Cale Bros. Circus in the Oaks Mall parking lot. must be picked up Nov. 8 at Gate 13.

see Measles, page 9


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to be held Saturday, Oct. 27, from 8 to computer (Word Perfect program) for a non-profit theater And Save 3000RODERICK'S
noon. Volunteer help needed at the refreshment tables, group. Help needed from Oct 26 to Nov. 3 at a timeto
sign-up tables and in signing lap cards. The event is to be arranged with the volunteer.
assist Cystic Fibrosis research. Entertainer needed to sing a happy tune. Play the
Bureaucratic buddy needed to consult with social piano? Share your talent and entertain residents of a
workers to provide advocacy in the bureaucratic sys- convalescent center.
tems for people with AIDS. Included among these are Group needed Immediately to prepare paperback
Social Security, H.R.S., Medicaid, Hospice and various books for circulation at a local school. Select a weekday
health agencies. Times to be arranged with volunteers. afternoon from 3:30: to 6:30.:
Basketball or softball coaches needed to work withan Tutors are needed afternoons from 4:15: to 6 to assist

after-school group of girls ages 8 and older. Select a students In an after-school program.
weekday and hours from 3 to 6 in the afternoon. For more information, write or call The Volunteer Center

Data entry clerk needed to enter information in a P.O. Box 14561, Gainesville, Fla. 32604..3782552.at I


hikers: The Center for Shands Hospital. Call 3922601.The Happy hour: Mortar Board is havIng
Latin American Studies Film Series Zionist Movement: Hamag- a happy hour at 5 this afternoonat
presents "Nomads of the Rainforest"free shimim, the college level of young Danny's before the general meet

to the public this afternoon at 5 Judaea, is having their first meeting ing at 6. Call Karen, 335-7621. r e; e
in Turlington Hall Room 2353. Call tonight at 6:30: followed by pizza anda Meet with P.R.: The Public Relations
392-0375. movie. Call Susie, 3363902. Student Society of America is
Free fall: The UF Falling Gators Amnesty: Amnesty Internationalwill having a general meeting at 5:30: to-
Sport Parachute Club Is having their talk about their letter-writing day in Weimer Hall Room 1094. Call

weekly meeting tonight at 7:30: at the campaign and representatives at Paige, 336-1795.
Orange & Brew patio. First-jump information large in Reitz Union Room 357 at 7 Science: The Microbiology and
will be discussed and new this evening. Call 3769586. Cell Science Club is meeting in Mc- Established 1978
members are welcome. Call 373- Save the rainforest: The Environ Carthy Hall Room G086 tonight at 7. Classic Clothing for the Young Professional
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Grand jury absolves Fraternity president arrestedPolice I IBy

student of murderA
claim man obstructed officer, wouldn't turn down loud music

grand jury ruled last week that a UF studentdid
not murder her father in a Gainesville motel late MATTHEW SAUER Row. sound check right next to the fraternity
"The officers told the fraternity mem- house rather than from Flavet Field, .
last month,Assistant State Attorney John Carlin said Alligator Writer
bers that the where it usually\ Is.-
Monday. UF police arrested the president of Pi music was ex- done.
The jury determined that the actions of the Lambda Phi fraternity when he refusedto cessively loud Officers "He never got the
daughter were justified," Carlin said. give his name or cooperate with and violated the respondedafter meter and he told

Police still have not released the name of the officers responding to loud music at his decibel limit of hearing 2 Live me to shut the party
fraternity house early Saturday the noise ordi- .
morn- down, he said.Solomon
23-year-old student who shot her father. Poinciana
ing, police spokeswoman Angie Tipton she Crew lyrics blaring
resident James Powell, 47, in the head after they
struggled at the Daystop motel on SW 13th St. The said. said. through a loudspeaker also
"They did a said he never was
in the .
woman never was charged shooting.The
Neil Solomon, 20, was arrested after threeminutenoise system in the backyardof read his rights be-
jury deliberated for less than 10 minutes he repeatedly refused to give his nameor meter fore being arrested.He .
before determining the shooting was justified, he help officers who told fraternity mem- reading and the house at 15 Fra-

said. bers to turn down loud music they were found the range ternity Row.ber is chargedwith

"There will be no further action taken in this playing, Tipton said. between 65 and obstructing a
case," Carlin said. "We have determined that there Tipton said officers responded after 80 decibels. police officer, a
was no third person Involved in the shooting." hearing 2 Live Crew lyrics blaring Solomon said he refused to give his firstdegree misdemeanor, punishable
MATTHEW SAUER through a loudspeaker system in the name to the officer because the officerwas by as much as one year in prison and a I
backyard of the house at 15 Fraternitysity offensive and was going to do the $1,000 fine.'We're .

Ocala man arrested NOW to

AI S St after assaulting officerat continueLitchfield

T ; Aw Sigma Phi Epsilon

By MATTHEW SAUER through, the man punched him in
the nose, Tipton said.
Alligator WriterA
UF police officer had his nose Webber received a small cut on his
broken Sunday as he attempted to head and was taken to Shands Hospital -
prevent an Ocala man from entering a for treatment after being hand- JON GLASS
fraternity party, police spokeswomanAngie cuffed by Fudge, she said. Alligator Writer
Tipton said.
"We're still investigating the assaultto Local protesters are or-
Police arrested Robert Howard put together some of the details," ganizing ways to keep the

A Webber, 24, ___________ Tipton said. incident fresh in the mindsof
after he the community six months
punched offi- Robert not ex- after a local theater laid off
cer Phillip Howard Webber actly sure how six employees who either
f I F Fudge who Webber got the said they were sexually har-
received small
a cut on his head. assed assistant
wasguardingabarricade by an man-
at a on his head and was Whenever you ager or had knowledge of
have so many harassments.Both .
w Sigma Phi Ep-
taken to Shands Hospital witnesses, you
silon party, have to get all the UF and Gaines-
Tipton said. for treatment after sides of the ville chapters of the National
for Women
"OfficerFudge being handcuffed by Of- story." have Organization scheduled a protest lor

Lx'I was ficer Fudge. Tipton said 6 p.m. on Nov. 10 at
keeping addi- Fudge had Mon- Litchfield's Butler Plaza Cin-
tional people day off from his emas, 3101 SW 35th Blvd.
NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR from entering the party when (Webber job, but will probably return to work The theater came under
) tried to get through the make- immediately.
Great fire when employee Melinda
The Pumpkin shift barricade he was guarding," she Kraft and five coworkerswere
Sperring, 7 and his sister Kristin 4 outa
Thomas pick fired in March after
said.Police Webber with
pumpkin Monday at the Pumpkin Patch in the Gaines- estimate there were about was charged batteryof saying former Assistantsee
a law enforcement officer, a third-
ville Mall parking lot. 2,000 people at the party. degree felony punishable by as muchas

When the officer refused to let Web- five years in jail and a $5,000 fine. Protest, page 9

Tips to good study habits focus of free speech at Union I

PATRICIA LEE of Miami in 1986, said he knows from said. "The program is good especially for force immediately after college should be
By Writer his own experience that changing one's students who do not have the financial access concerned as well, Little said.
Alligator study behavior can be successful. to get good tips some educational ser- "Even for a general course of study, it's
Students struggling to make good gradescan "After I started hanging around with A-stu- vices charge for." true that the way you perform in college is
find out study tips and secrets during a dents, I realized they handle things differ- Little, who recently spoke at the University the way you perform in life, and employersknow
free speech tonight at 7:30: in the Reitz Union ently," Little said in a phone interview. "It of South Florida, said students today this," he said.
Auditorium.Rich takes discipline,but it's possible."Little,who generally are enthusiastic and concerned Many students who think they have good
Little Jr., author of the book 'The started out making C's and even some D's, about getting high marks. But what about study habits may not even be aware of self-
Smarter Student:How to Study Smarter,Not ended his last two years with straight A's. those who don't care about grades? defeating methods, Little said, especially
Harder, and Get Straight A'sV says students The 27-year-old author will discuss the "There are some like that, and maybe for when they are studying in groups.
who do not perform well usually are not education system, good study habits, stress some fields they feel it doesn't make muchof "Students think studying together is good,
studying well. management, test-taking skills and how to a difference, but most students know but it doesn't help if they're studying with
"Every student has the ability to get A's take good notes and write better research better.Students planning on going to profes- someone who's not producing.They need to
in 90 percent of the courses," Little says. papers. The speech is sponsored by Accent, sional or graduate schools know grades are find someone to study with that gets the
"They just have to understand the system Student Government's speakers bureau. essential," Little said. "Grades, for example, work done," he said. :
and develop good habits." "He comes at a good time because it gives are the single most important factor for Little's speech is open to the public, but \
Little, who received bachelor's degrees in students the chance. better prepare for entrance into medical school." because of the auditorium's sizeonly the first 'I t
psychology and chemistry from the Univer- finals," Accent Chairman Richard Brilliant Those who plan on entering the work 300 people will be allowed in, Brilliant said. I II


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vetoes major civil rights bill

WASHINGTON (UPI)) President Bush vetoed overwhelming margins last week, neither chamberhad
the Civil Rights Act of 1990 Monday, becoming just the two-thirds majority needed for an override. GATOR mwmmmmm
the third president in history to veto a major civil "The vast majority of Democrats will vote to over PHOTO You Party Well Print
rights bill. ride the president's veto. Whether this bill becomeslaw
"I deeply regret having to take this action..since it will be determined by Republican members," Double Prints in 1 Hour
contains certain provisions that I strongly endorse," Kennedy said."Perhaps Second' Set Free
said Bush, citing the measure's stated objective of out of loyalty to the president, they are
combating race and sex discrimination in the workplace willing to put principle aside. But sometimes loyalty In University Plaza *,
asks too much and this is one of those times," he 371-4882
But the president said, reiterating his longtime said.While
opposition to the bill, the measure would also "intro- it is questionable whether Congress will be HOUR wmmmwmmwMWWW
duce the destructive force of (hiring) quotas into our able to override the veto, it is also doubtful that DEVELOPING
nation's employment system." lawmakers will swiftly pass Bush's alternative meas-
In a letter to Capitol Hill, Bush again called on ure before this session of Congress adjourns this
lawmakers to promptly pass the compromise bill he week. HEY ACE!
offered late Saturday. The president maintains his The Civil Rights Act of 1990, one of the thorniest
measure would provide equality in the workplace issues between the White House and Capitol Hill this
without quotas. year, would reverse several recent Supreme Court YOU CAN MAKE BETTER
But many legislators and civil rights advocates have decisions that supporters say made it more difficultfor
already rejected his proposal as a political sham that women and minorities to prove discrimination in GRADES!
would gut civil rights.They also maintain that the bill the workplace.
he voted for would create no quotas. Ralph Neas, executive director of the Leadership
Sen. Edward Kennedy, D.Mass., a chief sponsor of Conference on Civil Rights, said only two other presidents ACCENT PRESENTS
the civil rights bill, called Bush's veto of the measure"a vetoed a major civil rights bill Andrew
sad day for America's ideals" and said, "Now it is Johnson in 1866 and Ronald Reagan in 1988.
up to Congress" to try to override it. "This veto will define the Bush presidency," said
The chances of overriding the veto appear slim. Neas, predicting the action would hurt the president RICH LITTLE JR.
Although the bill passed the House and Senate by among minorities and women.

. Senate votes $700 million for Israeli militaryWASHINGTON I LEARN THE EASIEST WAYS

(UPI) -The Senate, warned that and bar aid to countries that do not comply with U.S.
Iraq has targeted the Jewish state for attack if war sanctions against Iraq.
breaks out in the Persian Gulf, overwhelmingly approved The legislation provides funds for economic, military October 23,1990
Monday the transfer of $700 million in U.S. and export assistance and frequently provokessome 7:30 p.rn.ln the Reitz Union Auditorium (movie theater)
military equipment to Israel. of the most acrimonious debates in the Senate.
The Senate rejected 97-1 an attempt by Sen. Robert The $700 million, put in at the last moment, would be The show is free and to the public.Funded .
Byrd, D-W, Va., to take the equipment transfer out of in addition to the $3 billion. open
the$15.5 billion foreign aid appropriations bill,reflect- The language governing the additional military aid SO
ing once again the sweeping support Israel enjoys in to Israel reads"at least" $700 million in the next nine by
Congress. Byrd cast the only no vote. months, leading Byrd to charge that President Bush
Speaking against the Byrd amendment, Howard would have the authority to transfer an unlimited
Metzenbaum, D-Ohio, said Iraq's Saddam Hussein amount of equipment, plus military training and education .
has made "it very clear..if there is a breakout of The equipment would come from U.S. forcesin
war..he would let go with his chemical, with his Europe as they are reduced. Arby's Super
biological weapons. Israel is within striking distance.
We are not.
The foreign aid bill, which has been stalled by Byrd also said there is a "fake psychology that we
several bitter fights, would cut in half military aid to need to break,and that is the idea that any vote against Meal l Deal!
El Salvador, cancel Egypt's $6.7 billion military debt anything for Israel means you are against Israel.

LOBBYINGfrom sions when the left hand of the Florida is not paramount in the
University doesn't know what the eyes of average Floridians, as it
page 1 right hand is doing." used to be," Flagg said. "The University .

UF divides lobbying between the UPs top lobbyist, Governmental of Florida can't just walk in
Health Science Center, the Insti- Relations Vice President Al Al- and say 'We're here. We've got to
tute of Food and Agricultural Sci- sobrook, said fine-tuning may be work smartly." o N
ences and a third team that enough to improve UF's lobbying Working smartly includes closer
represents everything else. performance. contact with legislators,Flagg said.
The teams lobby for research, "What you can do is improve on UF representatives should make ARBY@S SUPER I
regular visits to lawmakers' home
construction and operating money, what you do well, Alsobrook said. 1,
financing UF competes for with "I can't think of any priority the cities to discuss needs. JvvrVf'Lt G
eight other Florida public universities University hasn't pursued and not Sorensen agreed, citing past experience FREE -
and schools nationwide. accomplished" with Maryland legislatorswho
Lombardi said he hasn't decided But State Rep. David Flagg, D- didn't attend Johns Hopkins
whether to centralize the three lob- Gainesville, said those accomplishments University, where he served as an

bying groups or to continue oper- are tougher to come by.The academic affairs dean This week only, Arby serves up a super deal. Buy Arby's Super
ating them separately under tighter Legislature, no longer dominatedby "I didn't say to myself.They Roast Beef' Sandwich and get an order of hot, golden brown potato
controls. UF alumni and North Florida didn't go to Johns Hopkins, I can't cakes and a medium soft drink FREE!
Either way, campus officials politicians, isn't ready to grant UFs possibly lobby them.'"
must improve coordination be- every wish. Neither Lombardi nor Sorensenwas Arby Super Roast Beef' Sandwich is named for its super taste, It
tween the three teams and legisla- "You don't get around it," said sure how to specifically im has layer upon layer of lean, tender roast beef. Then we add fresh
lettuce, ripe tomatoes, out own special dressing and serve it all on a
UF alumnus member of
tors, Sorensen said. Flagg, a prove lobbying. fresh
sesame seed bun. Tantalize your taste buds...
"It appears to Dr. Lombardi and the House Appropriations Committee "We're not even looking at people
and vice chairman of the Higher right ," Lombardi said
me that we lack coherence in our now a1Ole
lobbying efforts," Sorensen said. Education Committee. "We're looking at organization and TASTE 111E A.- } '
1 "It appears to us there are occa- "You recognize the University of function." I

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By STEVE GILLILAND Anyone wishing to get their CPR ers.One Heimlich Maneuver), Hess said.
Alligator Writer certification should call the SG of- of the trainers, Kim Hess, a "Hopefully the demand will be
fice at 392-1665 before Saturday to UF bio-chemisty junior said AED there come Saturday Hess said.
v When was the last time you sign up for one of the 50 available first became interested in CPR "We're just reaching out to the UF
puckered up with Resusci-Annie, spots, Covington said. training last fall after eight mem- campus.
that CPR training mannequin from Steven Franz, a UF accounting bers received teaching certifica Pat Meegan,a UF telecommunications
high school? junior, said he plans to attend the tion.AED junior, said he wants to
If it's been too long to remem- course to get his certification."I now has 16 members certified attend to brush up on what he
ber, or more importantly, if you think it's essential for every to teach CPR, and she said learned in his high school life man-
can't remember anything about body to know CPR Franz said. they hope to have more soon. agement skills class.
cardiopulmonary resuscitation, SG wanted to improve the quality Hess said anyone can call the "It's been a while since I've tried
you can get reacquainted in a free of the courses held last year by American Heart Association in the techniques on anyone,"
0Advertise training course Student Govern- giving trainees more individual attention Gainesville to get certified, but the Meegan said. "I could use the re-
ment and Alpha Epsilon Delta are Covington said. Last year's group charges for certification.The fresher, and besides, it's free -
sponsoring at the Reitz Union. "mass CPR day" tried to train too AED trainers received their the way I like it."
The course will be given in Reitz many people at one time in an CPR teaching certification in a two- Hess said trainees who have
Union Rooms 361, 362 and 363 eight-hour course, she said. day course detailing both adult and taken the course before have an
Saturday, Oct. 27from 1-5 p.m. This year's four-hour courses infant techniques. Having their advantage."If .
SG health director Michelle Cov- will divide 50 trainees into three basic CPR certification was a pre- they had some sort of basic
In The
ington a UF nursing senior, said groups. Covington said SG boughtthe requisite of the course, Hess said. CPR certification, they'll usually
Alligator classifieds. she hopes the course will becomea training booklets and Alpha The course offered Saturday will remember a lot, and it won't be
373-FIND monthly event once people start. Epsilon Delta, the premedicalhonor focus on adult CPR and foreign hard to reinforce their skills Hess
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night's Gator Growl gave new hope to alumni hl

and students who have suffered through year after year

of offensive, unfunny skits. The show, billed as the na

tion's largest student-run pep rally, seemed to try to avoid qli
most of the racist and sexist jokes that have characterizedpast

Instead, students were treated to political skits about
the upcoming gubernatorial election.

But what would have been an otherwise flawless Growl

was marred by a skit we're disappointed the Growl organizers

J let slip through.- a joke that said a recent alumnus
,1' was taking the money he earned from a lawsuit against
Delta Tau Delta fraternity and using it to open a local bar
called Ball.

Some students laughed, but most seemed to not under lOur melting pot is melting overAs
: stand the joke, probably because it was about a story that

}' happened during the summer. the fall elections near, we are being deluged
.1 The joke is based on a student named James F. Albies, with rhetoric from politicians about the Middle East > Matt Corrigan
" who sued Delta Tau Delta in July for hazing him. His crisis, the deficit,economic competitiveness and other CON
a "hot topics." But Chiles, Martinez, Bush and others SIDER THIS
story is not something to be laughed at.
will avoid one vital issue. From the streets of Benson-
i; In 1988, Albies was a Delt pledge. He says the brothers hurst and Miami to our own campus, the boiling color-biased. They lack the motivation to succeed.
I, organizing his pledge class forced the pledges to get onlya summer of 1990 highlighted our nation's most ignored Our country's racial problems are not exclusively
few hours of sleep each night during the initiation period domestic problem unabated racial tension. blackwhite..Black-Hispanic enmity surfaced in Miami
commonly known as "Hell Week." He said the After the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s focused during the recent Nelson Mandela visit. The alleged
J our attention on the inequalities of our society, beating of a black woman at an Asian grocery store
1 also made do five hours of intense
pledges were to to seven Americans made effort citizens 'in the and the
many an to accept of Bronx ensuing protest is further proof
exercises each day, many times in a heated room. all races as equal partners in the American dream. that racial identity and hostility of all ethnic groups is
On the sixth night of Hell Week, Albies was using a While obviously not all Americans were converted to increasing.If .
power saw to cut wood in the fraternity president's room the idea of racial harmony, racial hatred seemed to be the United States' economy suffers its expected
I when he took his eyes off the saw to talk to the pledge he waning in the late 1970s. The hope of the 1970s has economic downturn, the problems between racial mi-
' deteriorated into the bigotry of the 1980s and 1990s.
, norities will these
was working with. only get worse as groups competefor
The racial murder Yusef Hawkins in Bensonhurstis a smaller piece of the economic pie.
f, Albies lost half his scrotum. He has undergone two surgeries hardly the only example of increased racial intoler
and now lives in North Miami Beach. ance. At parties, black jokes are back in vogue. On If In short, our melting pot seems to be melting over.
recent trends continue the effects societywill
on our
He said he was holding the saw upside down and using college campuses,open hostility exists between white be devastating. Businesses cannot function in an
and black students as evidenced by the White Student
: it in an unsafe way, but added he believes the accident Union controversy on our campus. In the job market, atmosphere of boycotts and hate. Education becomes
, wouldn't have happened if he hadn't been exhausted from some whites continually cite Affirmative Action as they stifled when students worry more about confrontationthan
sleep deprivation and several hours of calisthenics.A protest that minorities get all the good jobs solely their academic development. Segregation in cultural
and and stifles
social breeds
events uniformity
jury decided this summer that Albies was half at fault because of their,color. the creativity a thriving! society demands.
Moreover, according to many, whites, blacks are
for using the saw incorrectly and that the fraternity was solely to blame for the frightening increase of crimein The racial problems in our society are self-evident,
also half at fault. Albies won more than $35,000 of his our society. but few politicians discuss the subject. Unfortunately,
$71,371 suit. This new-age bigotry is by no means one-sided. as the situations in New York and Miami have shown,
The fraternity lost this battle, and Growl organizers evidently Black leaders like Al Sharpton and Lewis Farrakan when leaders don't lead,events soon spin out of control
thought that was something deserving satire, as if openly display racial animosity towards whites and call and everyone's quality of life diminishes.The .
- the fraternity would be vindicated by making fun of Al for the separation of the races. Moreover, blacks left problems of homelessness, education and
: out of the economic boom of the 1980s lay the blame crime are aggravated in this atmosphere of racial
:' bies in front of 60,000 people. I for their lack of progress directly on the doorstep of hatred.Until we become one society, these challenges
J The skit was tasteless and immature. So much of Growl white America.As cannot be successfully addressed.

:' was funny, and overall, it was a great show. We're just disappointed a schoolteacher I observed too many of the next Matt Corrigan is a UF political r; science graduate
that this 20-second blurb marred what was an black generation see'opportunity in this society as studenta -

otherwise good attempt to clean up,the annual pep rally. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

lot less painful than going cold continue because the corporationhas
Keep your money, turkey as I did. not divested from South Africa

alligator Editor -principles togetherEditor I am not"cured" however; I still and because they. have' sponsoreda
A. ''Plunkett need my morning cup of coffee,but rodeo.
Judy : I am writing to thank Beth at least it's decaf now. and
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Redford for her excellent I encourage anti-apartheid
report And
guess : I get just as well as
1,. animal rights activists, as
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier about caffeine addiction.
drowsy in my boring classes and all health-conscious students to
She included recommendationsfrom 'stay just as alert in the more inter keep your money where your principles
Letters Policy Joanne Auth,a UF health educator esting ones as I did when I thought, heart.
letters to the editor! should not exceed 200 word (about one by-10 page). They should be are:very close to your
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include t typed name, address and telephone for gradual reduction in caffeine I couldn't stay awake without Diet,
number. Names twill be withheld If the writer shows just C UM. If you have any questions call intake as one way of ,Coke in my' hand. ,Joanna L S.rkl.
the editorial. page editor at 37S-44M overcoming addiction.This may be Boycotts of CoczhCola products BEDI.





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UNIVERT1Y1 Salary Equity Study Underway ; CAM US THIS WEEK

Focus On Women And MinoritiesThe .f

annual salary equity study is underway to determine if salary inequities exist TODAY
I for faculty or A&P staff members and if adjustments; should be made. The study is
specifically directed at females and minorities.The '
study consists of two methods of review: self-selection, where individuals who sign-up deadline today, 214 Florida Gym.
by UF Information and Publications Swvce 355 believe race or sex bias may have affected their salaries can conduct a self study; and Teams to consist of five playersthreemen
Inert Hall, and paid'lor at usual advertising rates to communicate an administrative review, which will consist of a statistical analysis and an administrative and two women or three women
official notices and important information to review. The process differs slightly for the two methods. and two men for co-rec. Open to UF
students, 'faculty and staff Call 392 0186 for"information' informa- students, faculty, staff, spouses. Call
Deans, directors and department chairpersons have been asked to provide
tion and assistance to participants. In addition administrators have been asked to prepare 392-0581 for information.
Selected FacultyTo materials for review of their faculty and A&P salaries, checking for any possible inequities. LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO-
Deans, directors and chairpersons also have computer printouts of salaries availablefor QUIUM, "Argentina 1945-1990: Peronism
inspection that show salary increases for their college or unit. Salary printouts also Revisited," by UF Romance language
Receive Bonus have been sent to the United Faculty of Florida, to the Affirmative Action Office and professor Andres Avellaneda, 4 p.m.,
to the Library East Reading Room for review ZOOLOGY Hall.
For AchievementsThe The Office of Academic Affairs has guidelines and timetables available to assist par- SEMINAR, "The Functionof
ticipants in conducting their salary studies. Questions should be directed to Catherine MHC-based Mating Preferences:
1990 Florida Legislature funded an' Longstreth, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, 239 Tigert Hall, 3921254. Disease Resistance or Inbreeding
Outstanding Achievement and Perfor- By the end of September, minority and female faculty and staff whose salaries are Avoidance?," by Wayne Potts, UF
mance Award for faculty members in the significantly below the predicted statistical model should have been notified that they pathology post-doctoral fellow, 4 p.m.,
State University System. The basis of can participate in the study. By the end of October, these individuals will be notifiedby 211 Bartram Hall.
distribution is generally determined by per- the appropriate deans or directors whether a salary adjustment is recommended, FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR,""Vibro
formance during the 1989-90 academic year.In unless the individual decides to enter the self-selection process.An vulnificus:A New Sea Monster?, by UF
order to make the award meaningful, individual who decides to enter the self-selection process should schedule a food science associate' professor Gary
UF has determined that the bonus shouldbe meeting with the appropriate dean or director by Nov. 21.The individual will be notifiedof Rodrick, 4 p.m., G086 McCarty Hall.
distributed to no more than 40 percentof the results of the dean's/director's/ review no later than Dec. 14. If the individual LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES FILM
the faculty and have a minimum valueof disagrees with the review's results, s/he/ may refer the matter to the next level for review SERIES, "Nomads of the Rainforest," doc-
$500. These are minimum standards, and recommendation no later than Jan. 18.The individual will be notified of the resultsof umentary about Ecuador's Waorani Indian
and colleges were encouraged to make this review no later than Feb. 15. If the individual disagrees with the results of the tribe, 5:15: p.m., 2353 Turlington Hall.
larger payments to fewer individuals.UF's next-level review, s/he/ may refer the matter to the Salary Equity Appeals Committeeno ART FILM SERIES, "American Art in
recipients of the onetime, lump- later than Feb 25. The Provost shall make all final decisions regarding salary ad- the Sixties,"focusing on such key artistsas
sum awards should receive their checks justments no later than May 15. Jasper Johns, Donald Judd, Robert
by Nov. 9.AIDS Rauschenburg, Frank Stella, Andy War-
hol and John Cage, 7 p.m., Ham Museum

Peer Educators Faculty Support Center Continues Fall of Art. WEDNESDAY

Present Awareness Computer Seminars For UF A&PThe BOTANY SEMINAR, "Electron
Faculty "
Microscopy in Biotechnology Research,
1 Program TonightUF's by Research Scientist Greg Erdos, UF In-
Faculty Support Center for Computing is offering fall-term computer seminarsfor
AIDS Peer Educators will presentan faculty, A&P personnel and post-doctoral associates. The center, at 2215 TurlingtonHall terdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology
informative, straight-talk session, is open from 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. The Macintosh classroom, locatedin Research, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
"AIDS?! Why Should I Care?,"tonight at 521 Weil Hall, is open only during scheduled seminar hours. Registration is requiredfor FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE,
1 7:30: p.m. in 121 Reitz Union.The session the hands-on lessons by calling 392-7249 or stopping by the center. AUF ID card "Is There Any Science in Star Wars?", by
will include a video featuring Ron ReaganJr. and a picture ID are required for registration. October, November and December Dwight Dustin, director of the Pentagon
and a question-and-answer forum. seminars are listed below: Innovative Science and Technology Pro-
) UF's AIDS Peer Educators, who are stu- USING DOS-FUNDAMENTALS-Oct. 29, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. gram of the Strategic Defense Initiative
dent volunteers, promote on-campus USING DOS-MANAGING DISK STORAGE-Oct. 31, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. Organization, 8 p.m., Medical Science
awareness about AIDS by conducting ,USING WORDPERFECT 5.1-Section 1: Lesson 1, Oct. 30,12:50: to 2:45: p.m., and Building Auditorium.
educational programs and distributing in- Lesson 2, Nov. 1, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m.
formational literature. ADVANCED WORDPERFECT 5.1-Section 1: Lesson 1, Nov. 5,12:50: to 2:45: p.m., CONTINUING
Tonight's program, sponsored by UF's and Lesson 2, 7,12:50: to 2:45: p.m.; Section 2: Lesson 1, Nov. 27, 9:35: to 11:30: "HAITI FROM THE INSIDE, OUT"ex-
Student Health Care service, is free and a.m., and Lesson 2, Nov. 29, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. hibit, features traditional folk arts and
open to the public. For more information USING LOTUS 1-2-3-Section 1: Lesson 1, Oct. 29, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and Lesson photographs of contemporary Haiti,
about AIDS Peer Educators, contact 2, Oct. 31, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. Grinter Galleries. Continues throughNov.
Ulysses Fisher at 392-1161 ext. 281. LOTUS ADDITIONAL WORKSHEET SKILLS-Section 1: Lesson 1, Nov. 13, 12:50: 2, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays and
to 2:45: p.m., and Lesson 2, Nov. 15, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. 1 to 4 p.m.
Medical Lab Sciences INTRODUCTION TO SAS/PC-Section/ 1: Lesson 1, Dec. 3,9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and "STYLES, STRANDS AND SE-
Lesson 2, Dec. 5, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. QUENCES" exhibit, features 20th Holds Open House INTRODUCTION TO BITNET-Section 1: Nov. 2,9:35: to 11:30: a.m.; Section 2: Nov. American realist painting trends, Univer-
9,9:35: to 11:30: a.m.; Section 3: Nov.; 14, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m.; Section 4: Nov. 20,12:50to : ,sity Gallery, S.W. 13th, St. Continues
UF's Department of Medical Laboratory 2:45: p.m.MACINTOSH. through Nov.4, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday -
Sciences and Shands Teaching Hospitalwill MICROSOFT WORD 4.0-Section 1: Lesson 1, Nov. 6,12:50: to 2:45:: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through
host an open house in the Health p.m., and Lesson 2, Nov. 8, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. Fnday, 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Science Center today at 6 p.m. for MACINTOSH GRAPHICS-Section 1: Lesson 1, Oct. 30, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and REGISTRATION FOR UF ALL-IN-
students interested in careers in clinical Lesson 2, Nov. 1, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. ONE PHOTO ID CARDS, 9 a.m. to 2:30:
laboratory sciences and research. p.m. at mobile unit next to HUB and from
Students can learn the role medical 9 a.m. to 3:30: on the second floor
t technologists play in patient care and UF, SportsChannel To Send Gator Sports of the Reitz Union.p.m.Students should bring
medical research in addition to touring Social Security card, picture ID and $5.
with Shands'faculty clinical and laboratories students and from meeting the Videotapes To U.S. Troops In Saudi Arabia For more information, call 392-UFID.

medical laboratory sciences department., UF, in cooperation with SportsChannelFlorida State Department, initial shipments will
For more information and to make re- and the Southeastern Conference, go to sea-based troops in the Persian Gulf,
servations to attend the open house, call will send monthly videotape shipmentsof who definitely have access to VCRs.Var-
392-2601. Gator several U.S. ious land-based E-Mail Connects Users
sporting events to troops also have VCR access -
military units in Saudi Arabia. and will receive tapes once specific To UF'llbrary' ReferenceThe
Anti-Semitism Is Topic The initial tape shipment will be sent at units are identified.
For Lecture On Wednesday the end of this month and will contain Humanities and' Sodal i l Science
Florida's football game against the loui- reference department of University LIbraries -
'. University of Arizona l history professorLeonard siana State Tigers. November shipmentswill a now has an electronic mail box on
Dinnerstein is the first speaker in include Florida basketball games, and For the CMS system. Anyone on campus witha
x UF's Center for Jewish Studies' Fan 1990 future deliveries will include other Gator a', University NERDC or another BITNET account can
1[ lecture series, "Perspectives On Anti-Sem- athletic contests: News b InformationUNIVERSITY use the E-Mail to send reference questionsto
"The University of Florida's thoughtsand I the department via the user ID LTBREF.
"AntiSemitism prayers: are with our troops over- 1 The department will reply either by using
aft nesday 8 p.m. in Gannett Auditorium. seas/ said UF Athletic Director Bill Ams- E-Mail or campus mail as appropriate andas
i The lecture, which is free and open to parger:"We are excited about being able: -- RATE I soon as possible. The service cannot be
the public, is funded by the Gary R. Ger- to send a little piece of home to them." used for interlibrary loan requests,or for
son Lecture Series Endowment.For more' Upon'recommendation; ,of the U.S.','I checking out materials from the library's
information, contact the Center for Jewish collections. For more Information, contact

Studies, 392-9247. The of Florida I b / Razia Nanji at 3924919.Produced .
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MEASLESfrom he said people who failed to get PROTESTfrom
1 their shots are now being rewarded -
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with free ones.
Be "The university had no idea that "I had to pay $40 for my MMR," Manager Lynn W. Nicely was harassing employees.
the government was going to pro- Ritterband said. "I got my shot on Nicely was arrested April 17 and charged with raping
vide students with free vaccinations time like everyone was expectedto. Kraft. She and her co-workers were never rehired.
.r, ," Perkey said. "I ."
CarefulOut Campus NOW member Erica Merchant said Litchfield
however, mad at the university because D.J. Maksimovich, a building
still has not changed their policy and the theater's attorney
of the manner in which they construction major, said he did not
refuses to talk to them."We're .
handled the entire measles situa mind paying for his shot. He said
', tion. he would rather go to his own "
simply a community concern, Merchant said."We're .
The let students doctor than a free clinic.
university get "
not involved in her (Kraft's) case specifically
away with not complying with the "It doesn't bother me that I paid

immunization requirement," Per- for my shot,"Maksimovich said. "I NOW held a demonstration at Butler Plaza in July that
There key said. "They told us to get our had to do it and I did it. Now with
drew a crowd of about 100 protesters. But to inform new
shot or our classes would be free shots there is no reason for
UF students, NOW will set up a table in the TurlingtonHall
but when it downto UF students have their im-
dumped, came to not weeks before
courtyard two the rally.
% the wire, they did not enforce munizations."

what they should have. Amy Lovewell,a UF sophomore, "We want to make new and transfer students aware of
UF Infirmary office manager questions the importance of the what has happened," NOW member Jeremy Smith said!,
Linda McElroy said the deadlinefor immunizations because of the way "By the time of the protest we'll hope to have a decent
the MMR shot was extended they were handled. crowd."
only for returning students.Trans- "People like myself took the re-
Use common sense. fer and new students had to meet quirement seriously, and it just "Litchfield is playing a waiting game," Smith said.
the requirements to register. ticks me off that some people They're hoping for us to wear down."
o There were so many students didn't," Lovewell said. "I don't
Keep your doors that did not get their shots," McE think they should get a free shot. Litchfield attorney William) Andrews could not be
& windows locked.Don't lroy said,"that it was in the student Maybe they should be charged a reached for comment Monday. A manager at the theater
body's best interest to extend the late fee." Monday refused to give his name or comment on\ the
: 0 deadline for returning students."In Maggie Tucker, the quality as- situation.
open your doorto order to preregister for surance coordinator at UF's Infirmary
strangers. spring classes students need their said measles is preventableand The November protest was originally scheduled io be
n 0 MMR immunizations," McElroysaid. failing to be immunized could on the UF campus, but organizers said relocating helped
"Extending the deadlinewon't cause a health crisis. broaden the participation."We .
Use the buddy system happen again. For information about the special

after dark. UF psychology sophomore Lee measles vaccination clinic,students do get to see the students on campus, but it's
Ritterband said he knows UF is not should contact the Infirmaryat easier for townspeople to participate if it is held at
F responsible for the free shots, but 3921161. Litchfield's," NOW member Emily Browne said.






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Ave. $250.00 monthly plus security. A w/all amenities $225/mo. Call 336-9332. '
Available-1 UF ::/ .:: for, Rent'Fumlshed
Housing blk to coed coop frame also call 3381839. 10-28-8-2 10-23-5-5 1 :
all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, In Person:
:::. r;::: For Rent ;Unfurnished .
parking laundry $210 per mo., C.L.O. Female to share a room. Not gay just : Cash check, MC or VISA.
117 NW 15th St. 3774269. 12-14-62-1 1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished
broke! 125 + 1/3 utll deposit. Call :: 3 Mobile Homes
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- The Alligator Office
College Terrace turn studio apt for Nov & BURG VILLAGE 3761253. Leslie or Marlene at 375-2372.. 10245.5 .; ';: For Rent/Sale/ ,. 1105 W. University Ave

Ddt':"' $265/mo utl Inc (rag $290/mo) 4 .: ::' M'F Sam 4pm
PETS professional or grad studentown ). 4 Sublease /
$150 d.p. Close to UF. Call 3775535. rm/ba Tower
10-26-5-1 Great NW 1 bdr. duplex apt wyard wa/dry Oaks area. Main BookstoreHub
$175/mo/ + 1/2/ ut 4 ami sec. Must like : :
Economical gas heat, paddle\ fan, :: Customer Service Desk
Studio apt Quiet neighborhood grad stu- a/c $259/mo. 3735018. 10-31-6-2 dogs 332-7910 '': For Sate ;: M F 8 am .4:30: pm '
dent/prolessional Cent. H & AC Lease !
$180 + 1/3 utll. 378-5455 eve or mes WOOD FLOORS, C-ling Fan Claw ft tub. BRANDYWINE N/S Fern needed to : Real Reitz Union, Cashier's Office
sage. tons of windows A/C, 2 bike to UF, 1 bd share room, $160/mon./ 1/3 utll, M-F lI.m.Dpm
apt For $245/mo Oct Free w// deposit fully/nicely' furn, many xtras-call now! JJ tl:, Sat ft Sun Closed

Furnished 1 bedroom apt, close to cam maps 3754409. 10-29-5-2 373-0024. 10-25-8-5 Medical Bookstore, Shands
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14072905880. 10-26-5-1 N/S to rent own room in mobile home. Wanted /; am 4 30 pm

Call Great Steve location 335-6297.(SW). 10-25-6-5$125 + 1/2 utll. Services ; ::::. :: ,: By Mail:

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FOR RENT: 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Woodgate month OWN Manor ROOM call, 4 332-9560.1/4 utilities 10-23-at :':.1 13.',::: Help Wanted.; .> .' mail. MC VISA or checks only.

2 UNFURNISHED Farmsrentals 'from $260 incl. 4-5 :A4..':.. Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

water sewer garbage pick-up lawn ::.15"i;: Personal* )'i'-''::;::',;,,:: o16V Payment by VISA or Mastercard
l Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280. main. Also some great buys. Quietl Will Studious N/S/ F needed to share a 2 bdrm : :: ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 2 1/2 bath townhouse. 21 g/mo 4 1/2 : : : :. : M. f 8.30 4 pm.
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no call or dogs. Open weekends too. 12-14-47-3 uti!. Call 3320743. 10-24-5-5
Santa Fe Trace Apis. 378-1190. 12-14- 17 I Notices :
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76-2 Tired of your roommate? For sale 66 foot N/S F Roommate Needed to rent own to correct
Nova 3 bdr/2 ba spotless. Quiet safe bdr/bth In Reflections-brand new [18 'I Rides li: { :
Oak Glade Apia near UF & VA, quiet area Call collect 8137347016. 11-2- $245/mo./ Call Alex at 3756296leave ts >. Pets : cancel your ad:
washer/dryer available In most units for 10-3 message 10-25-5-5
$20 mo. Cats Allowed 1B-2B, 1 ft 2 Bath 20 < lost Ik :: : Cancellations:
$250.$375c ft Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- Own room In GREENWICH GREEN. i' Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4 pm.
76-2 Washer/dryer, free cable ft water. No refund can be given.
SUBLEASE: S2ie/mo/ 4 1/3 utll. Call Karen or Chrisat

I INCREDIBLE 4 HOUSEAPT.Oakbrook 336-0077.. 10-26-5-5 Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Efficiency Apt. Check your ad the FIRST day it runs,
Starting' al $165 TREEHOUSE VILLAGE Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
Starting' $235 / 2 Bedroom Walk-F to share 2bdr/2ba fully Roommates available. Reserve your noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
MEADOWCREST110NW39thAve furnished, equipped kit., own wash/dry. room for spring. Bus serviceto Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
Available 1290. Must lease) $215/mo./ UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn. DAYS after they are placed.
Call roommatemonth.MZ / .
335-9234. 1024104WINDMEADOWSI per
375-3861 Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

12-14-76-2 Sublease a large 1 375-0207 Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
bd/bth/ unfurnished apt. Available Immediately 11-30-27-5 THREE days to appear Ads placing the ad. Changes called in after'
Check Our New Specials'All Call Astrid 335-6471 or 376- the first day will not be compensated.
Amenities Available 9549. 10-26-7-4 may run for any length of 1 time 1

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:

Roommates Available Sublet cozy 1 for loll apt 3 blks N of 6 FOR SALE Sorry, but there can be no refunds Corrections must be made in person at
We're No.1REGENCV UF on 18 St. $290/mo/ 3752342. The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
OAKS for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk
378-5766 drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters.
3230 SW Archer Road Sublet 1 bedroom apartment through Factory reconditioned unused In past 2
COUNTRY GARDENS Dec 31 in Archer Woods. Pool, laundry yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. I
373-4500 security, pets OK near UF. $290 per Good machine for small type shop. System
2001 SW 18th Street month. 373-8727. 10-26-5-4 Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 8 font FOR SALE
12-14-76-2 disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
No deposit! Sublet 1 bdr/1 ba semi-fur 373-9926 for more Info. MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146
SPACIOUS nished apt pets ok $245/mo. Call Ariel Editor's choice Hewlett Packard Discover
ONE BEDROOM APT. 336-1845 or 491.3315 (bpr). 10.23-2-4 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Northgate M/C Prices lower than
ONLY $273/MO. brands are alt al our New Location! Car mailorder. Systems below include 1mb,
LYONS APT Stereo Specialise, 3215 NW 13 St..372- 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk graphics monitor
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 5 ROOMMATESFNS 2070. 12-14-76-6 MC 266/12-/ $948. MC 386SX- 11086, Educaid
1 12-14-76-2 Northgate 386/20- $2499. Leading Edge
Crlmeetopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar 386sx laptop w/40/ MB hd & battery
1 LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI $250 to share nice house with envlro. Detectors, Infinity, Saneul, Sony, $1995.1 ft 2 year warranties. Onsite war
moves you in. Close to UF and Shands. aware veterinary students. Own room Orion Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer- $185.
+ 378.1248. 103020.2 $170/mo + 1/3 util. Gr..tloc.tlonl! Call We Beat All Prices 3733754. 12-14-76- HP Laser J.lllp. $987. 3743 W. University QA VA
374-4406. 10.25-10.5 6 Av. 12-14-52-6
Studios and one bedroom Female roommate needed for spring semester. ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: CUSTOM COMPUTERS
from $235 Walk to UF. College Own room In a great house. Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL Toshiba, 288.12 w/1 meg r.m. graphics monitor
Park Properties 371-7777 10-31-23-2 Only one block from UF. Please call Jennifer Crunch Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 40 meg hard drive, 1 yr on-site $925 others -
371-3949. 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6 avail. 3328333. 10-26-15-6
ONE MONTH FREE or security system.
Villager West c.ntr..lr., quiet F n/s roommate needed In 3bd 2ba new DISCOUNT HI-FI IBM PS/2/ model 30. fish tank(55( gal),
cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street apt In Greenwich Green $220/mon + lamps, VCR beta, 'stereo comics, TV,
from 18th Ave. 371-7777 1/3ut./ Call 336-0077.. 10-26-5-5 722 S. Main The Red Bldg. dorm fridge, furn, ft much more. 335-

10; .1-23-2 WE ARE CHEAPER 1982 lor info. 10-23-9-6
Seeking high caliber studious rmmt. 21-

ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to. 28 yrs, n/s. no drugs, responsible' broadminded 12-14-76-6 RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants
UF. 2br/lba./ $175 CollegePark SWM or straight demeanor GWM for your dorm or apartment. Wedeliver
only reply to share spacious 1 bdr/1 ba CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
Properties 371-7777 apt Ray'a Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377-
10-31-23-2 w/amen. 5-IOmln. walk to UF, $165 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 5265.6 blocks E. of campus. 11-14-20-6
1/2elec. negotiable Call 3784712. 10- demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. "mes

4bd/2ba/ apartment W/D/ cent ac, 5 bike 225.5 sage. 12-14-37-6 LET'S TRADE: Alto saxophone-1300 Student
from campus, well lit parking, pets ok. value for a computer deak w/file drawersand
$r"bd/mo, clean nice available Jan. 1, WANTED: t/ns for own room In 3br2baapt. 2400 BD MODEM $98 chair or will sell or buy either. Call
Call 377-8965. 10-29-10-2 close to csmpus. ONLY $175/mo.. I Karen 371-1073 (live m.g.) 10-22-5-6 Loans byPhone
1/4 util! for spring ft summer: Call 373- WORD PERFECT $135

ROCKWOOD VILLAS-2bd/2ba with 8773. 10225.5 CALL ELITE 335-1300. SINGLE BEDmattress, boxsprlng and
blinds end Ir.melor $35. Call
study unit $575/mo. Call 3771408. 10-23-5-6
335-2703. 10-29-10-2 Roommate needed ASAP to share luxury 11-1-33-6

2/2 In nice quiet area. Pool, Fireplace, baby crib $50, toddler car seat $10, chair '
Nice private, ft clean 1 bdr apt. 1 block D/W. 250/mo./ I smoke & have kitten. Call *PRODIGY. 130, rattan hanging chair $30 chaps $35 : 1800-3477667
from UF. Plenty storage, off-street parkQ Steve 372-6202. 10-22-5-5 new car speaker ((2)) 0 $20 each' Call I ,
| *. $250 308 SW. 12 St. 376-7257 Ifttncttetoiwlitnfct, 3361850. 10-22-4-6 UnJerCodtSJOOOSOwn N/S M/F 3 bdr Fieldstone house, wood
floors ac/heat./ fenced yd gar wash/dry/ Available at ELITE today 3351300. Gold membership at Sunklssed Tanning Hm Mnmw*IWMlOTr :.G.nwwl1Lew"a C.M'&,.m4w,.

Travelling to Tibet? Don't rely on an owl 5 mln walk to UFo Avail immed l65/mo/ .Center. 120.00 value for-only 50.001! : ............. ..
check the Alligator Classifieds! 1/3 util. Call 338-4804. 10-26-10-6 Call Dorian-374-6641. 10-23-4-6

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) "Censorship Sucks' T-shirts by 17511 waterbed 70, big desk 25. Call Blinking bikers butt beacons could save dark it holds letter or Legal size paper Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery
mail I Only $14 each, 2 lor $25 or 5 for Scott day 392-6491 or after 6 4627122. your butt. Personal emergency strobe, and uses two AA BAttenes. $23 PPD available. 4238 SW 35 Terrace,
$55 tax Incl. White-Pink-Black M/L/XL/ 10-25-5 just clip to your backside. 3 mile visibility Write to Sylbert Jones International across from Alley Katz 336.3825. 10.31
Send check/m to Club Future T-shirt 50-70 flashes per minute. Regular Trade I 115 I W 162 Street Bronx, NY
2100 Hollywood Blvd Hlwd FL 33020. Pro Sound System: Peavey CS-400 $2995 on sale $19.95 George's Hardware 10452. 11-7-12-6 ....85 YAMAHA RZ.350*..*
10-26-7-8 amp whuge/ Peavey speakers. Clean 3424 W University Ave. 378.1321, W/Racmg kit- VERY FAST!
sound with a klckl Great for DJ't or 10-25-56 Race ready Allan carbon-fiber racing MUST SELL! $1000 OBO
Great Bikel 53cm sr400 15 speed Can- fret house. $775 for everything 375- bike. 57 cm. Campy CR & SR. Mazic ....Call Ray 335-9312 Iv msg...
nondale & Scott DH bars, roofrack Inc. 8293. open 4 c.d. rims $500 obo. Very Fast!
excellent condition $325 obo call Mark at, Dorm refrig, octagon table & 4 chairs, 4 371.81g6Ieav. message 10-295-6 84' Hartey Sportster, Andrew cams. 84'Honda
377-3248 leave message. 10-24-5-6 barrel' chairs desks, sofa, chair, 6 cane Interceptor, 700 cc $2800 each.
fridge-$75. kitchen table-$30, chairs, IBM selectric II, posters. 373- Complete waterbed for saleCHEAPI' Joe 378-6368. 10-25-5-8
SURFBOARD: Fox 5'8" trl-fln 1 yr. old no lounge/rocker/ chair-$40, Ibanoz electric 2128. 10-23-5-6 Call Henry 332-4876.
dmgsll exc. cond. $200 obo call Dave guitar-$325, 81 Ford Mustang-$975 9 AUTOSORANGE
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3775535. 10-26-5-6 Office equip., IBM selectric II, Toshiba
copier, workstations, desks & chairs, off. AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW
Waterbed-Kmg, 85% waveless mattress, Hide A Bed couch- comfortable
heater, bookcase headboard, 6-drswer good condition $30. OBO.very Call Teresa supplies, file cabinets. Ig. maps. 373- Rockwood Villas condo 2/2/ for sale RATES, low payments, fast drive-
pedestal pads. $325 Obo. 375.1287 371-6715 10-24-36 2128. 10-26-8-6_ by owner. 3351982. thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277
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IASCA events than all other stores In evenings 6-10 pm 818 W Univ. Ave.
Round trip ticketGainesville to Pittsburgh Affordable protection for apt. or car. 120- Classifieds. .
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Nov 23.25. $225 obo. Call 377- day satisfaction garantee, 5 yr. warranty
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1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door : Stock Firebird aluminum rims SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
locks, stats, windows, a/c, am/fm tape, from 1987 and up. Call Brian at 336- Get confidential testing and treatment" at *
auto, wht ext/blue int. Exc condmust 8289. 10-23-5-10 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. Pregnancy Test
sell best offer 334-5053. 10-26-16-9 12-14-76-11 Gainesville Wom.n'lHEALTH
DESPERATEI! Need 2 or 4 tickets (for 1233NW10thAvt.
88' Honda CRX HF,white wblue Interior, Ga/Fla gam*. Call 335-7274 leave mes CENTER 372-1664
** GATOR MOVING ** 720 NW 23rd Avenue MC/VISA/lnsurance
32,000ml, 5-speed, $6900 obo, great gas sage. 10-26-6-10 377-5055
Full/Serv Mov/Storage/PacKIng/ / 1- Free Pregnancy Test t
mileage very dependable, please
3719888. 10-26-13-9 Need 4 tickets for FSU/Florida football Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dls, ABORTION (To 24 WKs) Member
game In Tallahassee, Saturday Dec I. Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374.4791 12-14-76- BIRTH CONTROL National Abortion Federation

Better than new 1990, sporty, burgandy Will pay premium! Call1(Cathy at Martin 11 Gynecology Services 12-14-53-11
Honda CRX. Under 5000 mis. Stereo Enterprises collect at 516-487-8100 or
system, A/C/ $500 cash and assume fax 516-487-8013. 10288.10 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM ,lessons STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification .
loan. Ive mlg. 3367858. boarding woodser facilities Exam *FTCE* Only $26.95 Send
NEED 10 AUBURN TICKETS.Will hay rides parties sales working COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships check/money order to: Teachers Support
1988 FIERO SE, black, sunroof 58,000 pay big $$. Call Joe 3764339. 10- students accepted. 468.3224, 3758080. College Scholarship Locators pob Services Box 2585 Apopka. FL 32704 ph
original miles. In perfect condition. 23-5-10 12-14-76-11 1881 Joplin MO 64802-1881 800-879- 4078898469. 11-2-20-11
$3800. Must sell-best offer. Call 377- 7485. 12-14-75-11
PONS. J$$ Call 372-1860 after 5 pm Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional rates. For more Information call
Topless Bug, buttercup yellow 79 VWconvertible 10-24-3-10 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. care In peaceful surroundings Mrs. Simpkins at 3722568. 10-24-5-11 I
"breeze" to drive, great con 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst. Daily turnout grooming and TLC. 462-
dition, see & drive, $4,800. neg 373JM. NEED CASH? Sell me your old comic Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375- 5127. '12.40.11SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS NAILS BY VONDELL
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10.23.4.gCONVERTIBLE books. Call 332-0594. 10-29-5-10 3131 NW 13 St. 377.1763
FOR COLLEGE Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil
1 1974 CADILLAC TIX Need 2 Auburn $35/each. Need 6 Are available) Millions go unclaimed Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only.
Close to UF Convenient
ELDORADO Georgia lix 40ach. Call Jeff 407-894- yearly 1.800.334.3881. 11-10-20-11
4x4x4 $lS/mo
97,000 actual miles, Cold Air, second 4666. No collect calls. 10-25-3-10 11-19-50-11 I
4x8x8 $30/mo
owner. $1495 336-6535. 10-25-5-9
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Personal Protection tear gas, pocket
Brand new 90' Eagle Talon, fully loaded, 11 SERVICES 12-14-76-11 I sized 1395. Great gift LCM 2841 A
tinted windows car phone. 7000 ml. Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. TYPING
Take over payment. Call Dan 843.9410, NW Mlnillorag. at 1-75 A NW 39th Ave Have trouble wyour Spanish? excel 33406. 10-31-26-11'1
tutoring rates! Need a paper typed or 12 SERVICES
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msg near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from translated? Marlene can HELPI Call
$20, 10% disc to students. 332-8917
84' Suzuki SJ-410 (Samurai) Convertible 12-14-76-11 I IDON'T 375-2372. 10-24-5-11 **** LET'S PARTY ** Typing reports business legal *
Sports Top a/c/ ,radio, 70K asking $2,750. Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ resumes cassettes transcribed appli-
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Call 338.0478 student. .. service all musical formats. 12144211 cations letters notary *...c. Available
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I Garcia makes six 3-pointers in first scrimmage I

By MATT FOGLESON his play in the way most injuries do. guard/forward Louis Rowe and
Alligator Writer "The first couple days of practice my three-pointer was forward Jeremy Ulmer.
weak,"Garcia said."Ever since the sprained thumb,it's been
The LJF men's basketball team entered its second "
weekof falling for me. "The freshman are doing fine,
practice with a split-team scrimmage Monday afternoon. Kruger said he was happy with Garcia's play. Kruger said. They've been work
Head coach Lon Kruger divided the team into two squads, "Renaldo has been working hard since the beginning of ing extremely hard."
one with blue jerseys and the other with white .
jerseys.For "
practice, he said. "He's been shooting the ball very well."
the white team, senior Renaldo The team also has two walk-
guard Garcia
made For the blue
team senior
center Dwayne Davis and 6-foot-
ons, freshman Darryl Findley and
six three-point field Garcia who
goals. sprained his thumb 10 freshman Martti Kuisma scored and rebounded effectively
last week, led the team with 42 three-pointers last year. on the inside. junior Gary Willoughby More
members could have been addedto
Garcia, the only player from last year's team to start all Kruger said he was pleased with the play of Kuisma and the 16-man squad, as walk-on Garcia.
28 games, said the injury is not serious and hasn't affected his three other freshmsn recruits, guard Craig Brown, tryouts began Monday ni ht.UM's II

UF doubles' team* drops Fraser named coach

I *' &&* w* : 5 SEe Standings
of Olympic baseball
ch 'in' tournament teamHe

H, UA *S- i /Lrf *JL WlByMtriA University of Miami baseball also coached the nited Statesto
SAW UfWwalkons '' loss to:Dulce's Christine Jtfeu-f:; coach Ron Fraser was named its last World Amateur Baseball Auburn SEe Overall
Writer man in the singles"consolation. coach of the 1992 United States Championship in 1973, and was an UF 3-1, 6-1-,'
finals!' !,6.0.6-1. *) Olympic baseball team Tuesday by assistant on the 1972 U.S. Olympic Mississippi 2-1' 6-1'
jKl ,
the United States Baseball Federa- squad."I Tennessee 2-1' 4-1-2
The doubles was'deOllayed :
"final :
t1n Oeiwk, lknd Erika Kuttler< > "until.5 .SUnda to1 i tion. wanted this position more LSU 2-2 4-2
14 fl it taut day, la, defeat F p.m.< Fraser is the winningest active than anything else," said Fraser, Georgia 2-2 4-3
Rodriguez rest after her
S 'ut oodside fallow ] 54."TIlis is Alabama 2-2 3-3
Chay; coach in college baseball with the greatest honor ever
singles a
victory] Kentucky '.2 2-5
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upon me- to be able to
1,170411-9 record in 29
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coaching the Hurricanes.He give something back to my coun
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pan This-sets,;,,, this season,senlonAmylRAlcini : 1 Series. were pics.It.
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yrh.t and junior Andrea Berger '
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xa .4S yea ins four,, nets to ultimate champions; Pan American games, which Sacramento City College skipper ning the 1988 games with a 5-3
mateeheal drl fjnduding*** < i*her<"* *SJjSTC'J *,'Rodriguez.and:Nail* ;,6-4*" 64*if* earned the squad a birth in the 1988 Jerry Weinstein. victory over Japan.

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Dunlap trying to make a comeback with LPGABy

JEFF MORIARTY UF women's golf coach Mimi Ryan said -
had she been asked she would have pre-
Alligator Writer
dicted in 1986 Dunlap would go on to a success-

After winning the 1986 NCAA individual title ful LPGA career. .1 :
and leading UFs five All-American golfers to a Now, after Dunlap's physical problems, Ryan
second consecutive NCAA team championship, isn't sure.
UF golfer Page Dunlap seemed to be a lock fora "If she gets a chance and is healthy, she's
successful career on the LPGA Tour. going to win tournaments," Ryan said. "She is '

But now, as UF's only NCAA champion, just a really neat kid and the kind of person you I':'
Dunlap will tell anyone it is possible to have too really want to see succeed." J' ,,"1' .

much practice. Dunlap said she won't set lofty goals because, ,
After winning the NCAA Championship, she just six months ago,she wasn't sure if she wouldbe
worked on her swing too much in the hard clayof playing golf for a living.

the Midwest in the fall of 1986. _____ Dunlap said that six months ago.
Eventually, she suffered torn ligaments She thought ne alternative option was
in her wrist and wore a cast Whatever graduate school.

for six weeks. happened Soon after, however, Dunlap Won
Eager to get back on the course, to. two events on the Futures Tour,which
Dunlap started playing before her boosted her confidence.
wrist was completely heated.) Dunlap knows that being on the
During her senior year, she played LPGA Tour does not mean that she is
in a few tournaments and did not earn guaranteed a spot for life.
repeat All-American status. Almost all players in the LPGA must

And it got worse. finish high enough on the money list

Dunlap missed the 1987 LPGA cut to keep their elieibilitv. .
while going to tour school and joined the Futures Y&
And since will be limited her
Dunlap by
Tour, which is a mini-tour, one step below
non-exempt status in the number of tourna-
the LPGA.
ments she can play in, it will be doubly difficultto
She found some success on the FuturesTour,
earn appropriate amount.
but even that soured. Again, she was sidelined
with injuries, this time to her back and neck.
"No matter how I finish on the money list, ifI
But now, after months of rehabilitation, I played well and did my best, I'm going to be
maybe, maybe, Dunlap is on her way back. fine," Dunlap said. a"o
Just Saturday, Dunlap finished tied for 34that

the LPGA final qualifying tournament in "And if I give myself the opportunity to do
Bante Vedra to earn non-exempt status on the these things, I think playing on the LPGA this
LPGA Tour. year will have given me great experience." >
The non-exempt status allows her to play on
the tour, but there is a catch. Dunlap may play Dunlap said her health finally is fine.
only when there is an opening.

"I've worked on my golf swing for a long But given her past history, she can't plan too
time," Dunlap said. "I have a bit of mixed far in advance.
emotions about playing- I'm excited that I will

be able to play and gain experience on the Tour, "If my health is good, I have no qualms thatI
but I'm just starting out and I'm not putting any I will do fine," Dunlap said. "That's somethingI UF SPORTS INFORMATION
unruly goals on myself." I feel very strongly about. Page Dunlap led the Gators to their second national championship In 1986.

I UF No. 14 in AP Poll, Virginia No. 1 ''The"UPt':,Top ti;,,i 2 it.$> 'i'f'

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UF jumped three spots to No. 14 allow Akron past the 42-yard line country in passing. Matthews has Kerr was scheduled to play in fridm T M attfl tent* .Ma'NW'aa.: : ;
in this week's Associated Press and held the Zips to passed for 1,730 the Tennessee game at Knoxville ,;\.M owwM 6006"1.poiftim&ON MM. to HC MI% Mow/.Me1. ..(
Top 25 Poll, the news agency an- 54 rushing yards and yards in seven games Oct. 13, but he missed a few re- :,-t: IIII w..ky aiY ;i' ,; <141kr f. li: :;,v

nounced Monday.The 28 passing yards, has and has an efficiency quired meetings with counselors. I't/f/1I//' .....,.'Jdtrl- :' /(f!'.-!,'J!!' "','ItIJ."IJ7"I" ff;,"''i'r ""'"''
Gators ((6-1)) moved up after moved up in the na- rating of 137.59. He Spurrier said Kerr is scheduled for ", t t Vialnia Ne6IuU:;'" J, I', 114' .r;, t,
they pounded Akron 59-0 Saturdayin tional standings.The leads the SEC in total more meetings this week, and if he a.AiNrI '1'fI'r4'i.\ rtt 1 110'1 m.'1 t "I'
UFs 67th annual Homecoming Gators vaulted offense with 1,730 attends those he will be in next 0 .1 1 NaIll "/' // r IN J:'."

t;.me. UF was ranked in the Top from 10th to fourth yards. week's game. ;,"\!' t.. W OI"'tI'I! I ,'I\! 1 ,tJ.tr\t21'\
10 for two weeks but fell to No. 17 nationally and from t Tight end Kirk Kerr, a sophomore, is a backup ,'., 7. .. "C ., t ,".If ;;.
after a 45-3 loss to Tennessee. second to first in the Kirkpatrickisthirdin who was moved from outside line- I.CoIarldO ';;. ''''''r(1( -'" ":t4.t

Southeastern Confer- "" I the SEC in receivingwith backer to defensive end this ,\/,tr= ;ttt; ,lr,
Ginn ence in total defense. 30 catches for spring. Last year he played in eight tf. flolllllll_ 'rit ;,r r12.(4.orpaTWAy
UF has allowed ; ( ,; 'f; ",p,t ;rr11'12.bw.s ';
an av- 451
yards. Tailback outside
games as an linebackerand (
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erage of 231.57 yardsa ErrictRhettisfifthinthe saw extensive action on special. .: 14. r,.../f-\4iJII;/ \ "*+ Ii,!1+J t ; /
game this season. conference in teams. \II.M k.le.ippi !' .;..t< 1 1 ..18t8I
Kirkpatrlck fl1.Wyoming/ .--f ;: 117. t
UF also leads the rushing. Rhett hasr Auburn game on ESPN .cIsmess 1 rkr: 1 \ '125 2it.'
The Vols, who lost to Alabama SEC in two offensive categories. 507 yards f<> the season,averaging ESPN announced Monday the 441t. !'IIIIIgaft=' .,,:fttJrJ."f; ; 24 Ii;. ;:
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9-6 on Saturday, fell from third to The Gators are tops in total of- o.f yards a carry ana network will broad- 1aSoulhemo.: g' :""' '1I! : 't13 ''f
1't>th. fense, with 433.14 yards a game, 72 yards a game. cast the Nov. 3 UF-Au- ,.,. 21. Attzana> '' '" .....' 1 NRJ 1/,;
Auburn, UF's next opponent, is and passing offense, with 277.57 Kerr to play burn matchup from 1$2i 22 1fk.1tJ if jr,,,,,, j"'i,ai';24'!
now No.2 in the nation after a 20-17( yards a game. Florida Field. ''hi 24."P"" lid'1Jt"II 'ar "dv ((40 ,k I Nfl !
against Auburn : 25.TMM 1:1"1i!: : 42.1 1, 2}. b
win over Florida State. The Semi- The Gators are second in the To comply with .'IIII! S\\ I
Defensive end '
noles dropped five spots to No. 12. SEC in scoring offense ((31.86 a ESPN's schedule,. : il 1!!. ti 'f'I'I.
Virginia ((7-0)()) remained in the game) and scoring defense. Mike Kerr, who for was game-time ,has been 1tp; : ::1" ; .} j jt

'idl. 1 spot (for the second consec- ((13.86)). first suspended five games of the the changed from 1:30: to 1'4i:t: mtl. ,! '; i' .

utive week after defeating Wake Free safety Will White, who was season because he re- 7:30: p.rn. '" '
Forest 49-14. suspended for the Akron be- --
game portedly punched a Spurrier is giving Auburn ((5-0-1)) is on top of the.
Notre Dame, which sneaked by cause he violated a few team rules, police officer this the Gators a brief rest SEC
Miami 29-20 Saturday, jumped still is tied for first in the nation in summer, may returnto before they begin preparing standings and will play Mis-
three spots to No. 3. The Hurri- interceptions. White has six Inter- action in time for for the Auburn sissippi State this weekend in
Starkville. week
Spurrier said last
canes fell to No. 8. in six
ceptions Kerr
the Nov. 3 Auburn game. Practice was the Gators will need the dateto
'iF) defense fourth In nation Quarterback Shane Matthews is game, UF coach canceled for Monday prepare for their with the
The UF defense which didn't second in the SEC and 11th in the Steve Spurrier said. and today, Tigers. ; game -

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