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Second racial retreat to emphasize interaction I

By MIKE BRUSCELL 16 and 17 at the Holiday Inn Silver son said of last year's retreat. The neighbor, who also attended to the group they attend the retreat
Alligator Staff Writer Springs in Ocala. Last year's participants shared the retreat, told participants with, as some of last year's students
Robinson said 80 students attended stories about first encounters with how Self reached out to her did.Robinson.
Pleased with last semester's discussion UF's first retreat in Janu other races, bigotry and behavior and invited her home for Easter.
of campus racial problems, ary. Retreat organizers conducted different people find offensive. "To me, that made me feel good said about 100 students
UF will host a similar event for discussions, quizzes and a social Carina Self, president of UF's about myself, but it made me feel will be selected for thisyear's
students and faculty next month, designed to improve communication Inter-Residence Hall Association, challenged to reach out in new retreat on a first-come, first-
UF Minority,Affairs Dean Willie and understanding between attended 'January's retreat. She situations," Self said. served basis, and activities won'tdiffer
Robinson said Wednesday.' white and black students."I said the event enhanced students' But Self said this year's participants much from last year's."If .

The 1990 Fall Intergroup Re- think it was a real productive perceptions of others and re- should interact more with
treat,designed to encourage racial retreat t in the sense it got studentsto minded her of a friendship with a students of different races between it ain't broken, don't fix it,"
awareness, is scheduled for Nov. get different viewpoints,"Robin- black neighbor her freshman year. retreat events, instead of clinging Robinson said.

Campus police to patrol

beyond UF jurisdictionBy

MATTHEW SAUER Tipton said.
Alligator Writer "The critical period for patrols is the night
time hours," she said.
UF police officers will have their jurisdictions "If any shift would be short at all, it wouldbe
extended outside campus limits for the the day shift, where we can spare some
first time In history to supplement patrols in officers and hours."
southwest Gainesville left vacant by departing Although UF police will not reduce the ,aMi .
Florida Highway Patrol troopers, police number of patrol areas on campus, those s
spokeswoman Angie Tipton said Wednesday."We areas that officers are responsible for probably
don't know to''what extent we will be will increase in size, Tipton said.
used at this point," Tipton said. "But we will Local police are concerned that residents
be providing personnelas have become reliant on M b
needed to help supplement the additional securityand
"We will have
the patrols." county- have relaxed their

Troopers have been wide jurisdiction for this own safety measures,
patrolling Gainesvillefor Gainesville police
two months to help purpose, but our main spokeswoman Lt. Sadie

local law the enforcementsince discovery of effort is going to be for Darnell said Wednes- .<

day."I'm ;;...
five murdered
college safety purposes. disappointedthat 0,
students. people aren't doing "J' ?
Tipton said UF police -Angle Tipton more," Darnell said.
jurisdiction can be extended UF police spokeswoman "We have seen some
outside campus specific instances of
boundaries in an emer- people not using basic ,
gency or a suspect chase. But this is the first safety procedures,like locking your car door.
time the UF officers have been called on for ': ,? : .
patrol duty off campus. "If you read some of the horrible books A :
.......... ,
"We will have county-wide jurisdiction for about serial killers, you know they all have MICHELE KATZ
this purpose, but our main effort is going to different methods," she said. "People just Gator greeting
be for safety purposes,"she said."I don't see assume it won't happen to them, but we're Albert the Alligator greets health related professions senior Cody Cox
,us writing speeding tickets." seizing the opportunity that the homicides I
Police patrols on campus will be shuffledin presented to get people to make safety a during a safety demonstration at Turlington!

the coming weeks but will not be reduced, priority."

Halloween contest canceled due to 'lagging interest' I

as a vagina, a penis and condomsin the show better and more enjoy R&B. We haven't had an R&B act staff member Alexandria Stewart
By PATRICIA LEE previous years, was canceled able, SGP officials say. since Ready for the World per said. "It's always rock, rock, rock.
Alligator Writer because of lagging interest, Student Regina Belle, TROOP. and D.J. formed four years ago. I'm glad it's different this time."
Condoms and genitalia won't Government Productions Magic Mike are the acts for next "This year we're trying to bring Regina Belle, the headline act,
run around the UF Bandshell stage Chairman Raul Mateu said. week's show, Mateu announced shows everyone could go to. For is best known for the singles
during this year's Halloween Fes- "(The contest) breaks the continuity Wednesday."The the rock fans we had FleetwoodMac "Make it Like it Was,"" and "Baby
tival after producers decided the of the show and only a small music will be mostly for the progressive crowd we Come to Me."
annual costume contest only appeals percentage of the crowd participates rhythm and blues with some rap,"" had The Smithereens and for the Belle's act follows TROOP,
to a few audience members. anyway,"" Mateu-said. "The Mateu said. The line-up may surprise Latin music fans we had Carlos which stands for Total Respect Of
The Student Government-spon show will have a different atmo- students who are used to Oliva y Los Sobrinos del Juez.This Other People,a quintet known for
sphere. It definitely won't be your progressive or rock'bands such as show now is for those who like their soul chart top-10 hits "MyHeart"
fea typical wild Halloween Festival. last year's performers, Joan Jett R&B and dance music, he said. and "Mamacita."

and a free concert, is focusing on Also differing this year is the and the Blackhearts. The choice is an effort'to bring The opening act, D.J. Magic
only music for the Bandshell show music. The concert will not have "We've definitely gone away diversity to the shows,'SGP memo Mike., has worked with other rap
Oct. 31.The the same hard-driving sound of from the traditional Halloween bers say."SGP musicians such as Beat Master
costume contest, notorious previous 'shows, but the "cross' show because we wanted to bring is making an effort to give Clay D. Among his rap hits is the
having winners who dressed up over" musical blend should make all kinds ,of music, particularly students musical diversity," SGP song "Boot the Booty."

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_u _''THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25,1990;Alii CATOR. 3I

I Browne:: Senate majorityto Senate picks noel Vision

vote issues not partyBy candidate to fill vacancyBy

Of the five elected senators who didn'trun ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI Council, Berlin said.
Alligator Writer with Vision, two ran with the Indepen- Alligator Writer "In this case, the Senate R & A decidedto
dent Coalition. ignore who the constituents wanted," he
Student Body President Michael Browne Former Student Sen. Glenn Chancy The Vision Party-controlled Student Senate said. "This group of 80 people decided they
admits that the Vision Party now dominatesthe agreed the small number of independentscould voted against one of its own Tuesday and didn't want who the engineers wanted.

Student Senate but says most of the hurt the new Senate's diversity. filled a vacant engineering seat with an

semester's remaining issues won't be de- "Political parties without opposition tendto independent candidate to bring diversity to Committee members had worked with

cided along party lines. devolve into machines," Chancy said. the 80member body. both candidates and felt they knew Miranda
"We have a majority in the Senate, but I Nelson Miranda, leader of the Indepen- and Berlin better than the engineering coun-
At the first Senate the
want debate," Browne said. 'The one bad meeting following dent Coalition that was defeated soundly in cil, Radebaugh said.
elections he cautioned senators to vote
thing in having one party is when people issues., new this month's Student Government elections, "That weighed more than the council's
think they can't go against someone in their on got the recommendation of the Senate's recommendation," he said.
party." "You do not have an opposition party, per Replacement and Agenda Committee. The Miranda said he would work with the

Vision swept 35 seats in this month's se, in this body," Chancy told the new committee, which interviews students who Vision leaders because students voted for

election and now controls the 80-member senators. "The only check you'll have, therefore want to flll vacant Senate seats, chose Miranda them. Vision now controls 62 of the 75 filled
Senate with 62 members. Is your own conscience. over former Vision Sen. Bret Berlin. Senate seats.

Browne said Vision should stick togetheron At a Vision caucus last week, then-Senate Berlin had been a senator longer, but the "When the students went out to vote, they
remaining party issues, but vote how President Andrew Meyer explained to new committee believed Miranda would add a obviously picked Vision," he said.
they think their constituents would on Is- and old senators what was expected of them. check and balance to the Senate, said R & But Miranda said he would speak out and

sues that fall outside the party platform."If "The Vision Party has worked for you, A Committee Chairman Kane Radebaugh. represent all students.

I felt every Vision senator would think and now it's time that you work for it," "Both had a lot of experience," he said. Also at Tuesday's meeting, senators gave

and vote the same way, I wouldn't have Meyers said.Regarding. 'The deciding factor was the appointed can- final approval for $12,000 to pay student

picked this group of people," Browne said. non-party issues, people didate will bring more diversity to the Sen- employees who will staff a new computerlab
That would be ridiculous. I could just make should vote for what they think is best, he on the Reitz Union's third floor.
decrees." said.Vision the surface level,Nelson offers ethnic Senators also listened to Respond Amer-

But after the elections, former Indepen- may have locked up the fall elec- diversity. More importantly, he offers Intel- ica Director Barbara Farfan, who gave a
dent Coalition Chairman Waseem Zurub tions, but students don't have to wait until lectual diversity," Radebaugh said. "He rep- presentation on creative crime fighting.
said Senate debate will be kept to a mini- next semester's elections to get into SG.The resents the opinion of a substantial numberof Farfan encouraged students to do the

,mum from now on. Replacement and Agenda Committee holds students." unexpected if attacked by a criminal."If .

"It is going to be controlled -definitely," But the committee went against the recommendation he has to play our game by our rules,
see Vision. 5I
Zurub said. "But I feel I've done my part." page of the Benton Engineering we will out-smart the criminal."

Financial crisis ', ,'_, I
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By DAN WINE J :' 'i. "
Alligator Writer SPARC receives most of its : :'
money from the Florida Depart- ,
Lisa, 34, was ready to ;.
move ment of Health and Rehabilitative
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into her new apartment'last week- Services, United Way and federal : '
end. But it still sits empty be- grants. But Wright said that HRS, t
cause she fears for her life. SPARC's largest contributor, did i iStrummin'

Lisa, who asked that her real not provide as much money this

name not be used, has been stay- year as she anticipated.
ing at Gainesville's Sexual and
"We're having financial cri-
Physical Abuse Resource Center
sis, Wright said."There's
shell r for the past six weeks. a very
real danger' of a spring' shut-
She is on the run from an abusivepartner "
against whom she has
filed a protective injunction. The A 13-member staff and about

court order prevents her partner 12 active volunteers run the cen-
from coming in contact with her. ter, doing everything from lead-

But when Lisa's partner,violated ing therapy sessions to
that injunction and attackedher answering the shelter's hotline

she decided to remain at the calls.Wright
shelter with her child. said the center alwayscan

Lisa is one of 15 people who use more help. "Student vol-
call the shelter home on any unteers can do a lot toward re- IS SULLIVAN-ALLIGATOR
and sunnin'i
given night. Kim Wright,directorof lieving the pressure on the staff," I
development and community she said. UP engineering junior Bill Daab sits on the east shore of Lake Alice playing his guitar.

relations for' SPARC, said the Janet Moore, SPARC's direc-

,beds are always full. Last month, tor of client services, said ,the
'the shelter had to turn away 15 shelter provides residents with Absentee ballots still available;

families because there wasn'tenough food, shelter and transportationwhile I

room.t giving them time to deal
Those 15 beds must serve an with their abuse and to find jobs
11-county area of North Central and homes. deadline, soon to submit voteBy
Florida. Wright said based on
Residents can pay $2 a day or
national statistics for a county its
registered in Florida will have to month.
elect do
to service chores around JACK REJTMAN
size, about 18,000 battered the shelter. Wright said a woman Alligator Writer wait until the next election. To get the ballots, students
women are in Alachua County But those who want to vote by
typically stays at the shelter four'to should either call their district'selection
alone. 12 weeks, "but if'she needs UF students who forgot to reregister absentee ballot must act quickly, office directly, or ask their
Wright also said she has had when they moved to Gaines- said Suzanne director of Stu-
more time, she gets it." Rogoff, parents to send them one, Rogoff
several UF students stay at the ville have one last chance to vote in dent Government's Community Af- said.
shelter, which has a policy of The Alachua County Sheriffs the gubernatorial election Nov. 6. fairs Cabinet.
strict confidentiality. Department referred Lisa to the "The governor is affecting our c
By filling out an absentee ballot Anyone interested must completethe
Wright wants to expand the shelter,'and she said she doesn't lives, so we should at least cast our
from the district in which they are absentee ballot and send it backto "
know where she would be if vote she said.
shelter soon, but money could theyhadn't registered, students can vote to their district's supervisor or dep- ,

postpone her plans. ;I II elect Republican Incumbent Bob uty of elections, Rogoff said. The "When we graduate in a few years,
"We have physical space for 30 "I I owe my life to SPARC," she Martinez or Democratic challenger students' districts must have re- he'll be deciding issues like taxes
beds we just don't have the said. Lawton Chiles. Students who aren't ceived the ballots by the end of the and educations."


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The Novaya Zemlya archipelago is the Soviet Un- "Is it reasonable for Soviet nuclear testing groundsto SEAFOOD
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environmental movement Greenpeace was boarded, The deputy minister said the United States has BUFFET
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WASHINGTON (UPI) -The Senate upheld by a Sen. Edward Kennedy,D-Mass.,said the issue
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major civil rights legislation, but supporters of the year will pass a"stronger bill"and will have the votesto ta\ Rugs 1901 SW 13th 51. (U S. 441))
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The Senate voted 66-34 one vote short of the administration alternative bill, Kennedy said, "You u
necessary two-thirds majority to sustain Bush's can't compromise on discrimination, and that's what
rejection of the bill.The president has vetoed 16 bills, the president was trying to do."
and Congress has failed to override any of them. The debate prompted a scathing personal denun- ti'r
All 55 Democrats and 11 Republicans voted to ciation of Bush by Kennedy, D-Mass., who accusedthe t> ,r 'St Friday, Oct. 26th
override the veto. Thirty-four Republicans voted to president of taking"the low road on civil rights." ThruTU8lday
sustain. President Arthur Kropp of People for the American P ,Oct 30th
Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., said the administrationand Way said the bill was the"casualty of an unrelenting 10:00: A.M to 8.00PM:
the bill's backers were still "very,very close" to White House smear campaign."
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lican Leader Robert Dole promised a White House tractors of America, said, "I fervently hope that to a IpNUI
Rose Garden signing ceremony this week if Congress day's action will be the first of many to rid our societyof A
adopts the alternative.The other quota-inducing laws and regulations."
White House welcomed the outcome of the The legislation,approved by overwhelming majori- LIB
veto override attempt and urged Congress "to take ties in the Senate and House,would have overturneda
immediate action on the president's alternative proposals series of Supreme Court decisions that made it more Huge Selection:
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recommend students who wantto
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aren't aware of them. Grassroots, in collaboration Greenpeace, Grassroots has solic-
"Not that people know with Greenpeace and the Environ ited some of the most prominent
about the seats many," Wallack said. mental Law Society, will hold an environmentalists to lead the
environmental conference Oct. 26 workshops. Notable speakers In-
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ill' & A is pretty apolitical, focusing on such issues as munic- Use Reduction Institute at the Uni-
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shore oil
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open: Toxic Projects at the Gainesville some of the nation's leading au-
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Part IIIThis

is the last batch of responses we received whenwe
asked you to write in with your biggest gripes. We're
sorry the responses have been spread out during two
weeks, but they were mailed to us at different times and
have arrived in bunches.


"Just some thoughts about UF If the University is
supposed to be forging ahead and showing the commu-

nity new ideas, why in the midst of water restrictions do I Time for the Student Adjunct to vote I INext
sprinklers run during the day, water sidewalks etc.? Is the
University 'special' and doesn't have to abide by these Monday night at the Gainesville City Com
rules? Does the University use treated waste water on its mission meeting, the issue of student voting on city Tom McKnev I
golf course? Does the University talk to its Environmental advisory boards should be decided. If you have been P ;
Engineering faculty about this? following this issue, you know that I feel that if a OLITICALLY SPEAKINGLETTERS
student dedicated his time to such service, he should -
"Parking If the Health Center is concerned about pa- have a vote. it was thought, would be reserved for members appointed
tients, why is it spending $300,000 to tear up about 30 But why is it that the present system does not allow at large.Although .
parking spaces and plant trees? A few more signs would this?What was the original intent?The answer to these the system was created as much to pro
be a cheaper way to show the patients where the en- questions back several years.Gainesville has always vide opportunities for students as to solicit students'
trance is. Still on the subject, where do the administratorswho tried to be a leader in the use of citizen volunteers, opinions, we have come to rely on these members on
lot of boards. of the boards
and much of our planning is done in this manner. a our Conversely, some
say there is no major parking problem park? Why City policies relating to our bus system, bicycle have never had a successful Student Adjunct member
don't we take their good spots away and give them com- policies, beautification and green space acquisition and it is these boards that object to having voting
muter decals? efforts and many more are generated at these volun- privileges extended.It .
"Finally, why must the Greeks stand on street corners teer boards and most often adopted by the Commis- is interesting to me that advisory boards dealing
and beg for ? Sure, it's for numerous worthy sion. Students have always served on these boards with human problems all favor student voting, while
the boards that deal with tasks, object For
and when appointed from a general pool of citizen specific
causes, but why can't they raise money the oldfashionedway applicants, have had voting privileges. example, the Affirmative Action Advisory Council and
and earn it? I know it's a lot more work but it'd prob- Some years ago,Gainesville decided that we needed the Human Relations Advisory Board favor the idea,
ably be a lot more rewarding." more students involved.To accomplish this, the "Stu- while the Effective Municipal Services Committee and
dent Adjunct" member was created. This would guar- the Historic Preservation Board do not
antee student membership on each board.The Student No matter what the outcome is, the exercise has
"Reagan/Bush plus solid Republicans, plus the veto Adjunct members would not have to compete with helped all of us to focus on the relationships between
other citizens for these positions.It students and city government And I know that is good.
equals 10 of administrative
actions and
years legislationthat believed that students For I debate and then
was would apply for boards myself, intend to listen to the
always screwed the poor, the middle-class and the which complemented their major. For instance, we vote for the proposal to allow Student Adjunct mem-
old, and gave to the rich with worse to come after recently appointed a Student Adjunct member to the .bers to vote on all appropriate boards. I will remain
Nov. 6 because the blame has been neatly shifted from Hazardous Waste Committee.That student is a senior open to excepting one or two boards if a strong enough
'Republicans' to 'Congress.' majoring in a related environmental science. This argument could be made.
appointment will be an educational experience, makea I hope that we will see a lot of students at City Hall
meaningful addition to his resume and provide an on Monday, Nov. 5th. Your voice will be heard if you
opportunity, to do some networking. participate
"What was the purpose of pre-paying for Growl tickets? Thus, the Student Adjunct positions were createdto Tom McKnew is Gainesville's District 3 Commis-
I thought that it was supposed to speed up the process, provide opportunities to students.Voting privileges, sioner.
but I waited in the longest line ever. I think this is just an- I TO THE EDITOR I
other money-making scheme. They got to keep our
money from May until October. This is just like the Uni- Remarks about UM demic prominence.Top to achieve such fund-raising goals.
versity selling more decals than (there are) parking were unfoundedEditor high school students know Moreover,for a school as young as
places, eliminating border-zone decals, and the all-in-one about UM's agressive recruiting UM such an accomplishment is
card. If it costs students more money, the administration : In a recent column in The fers tactics, which and enticing have scholarship of" without precedent
Alligator, Mark Wallington asked, vastly improvedthe National news magazines recog-
thinks it's
a good .
quality of the school's student academic qual-
"Why would (the Big East) Confer- nize Miami's overall
ence, full of respected institutionslike body. Sixty-four percent of the Unjversity's )- ity.Four years ago, Time magazine
Georgetown and St Johns, 1989 freshman class touted UM as one of a handful of
want to be affiliated with a crummy graduated in the top fifth of their up-and-coming universities challenging
Editor school like (the University of) Mi- high schools, and one of every 16 the nation's elite schools
Judy A. Plunkett ami? freshmen was either a high school (April 28, 1986)).And more recently,
Managing Editor Opinions Editor valedictorian or salutatorian. US. News and World Report ranked
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier If Wallington were even semi- The nation's academic leaders UM in the first quartile of its com
aware of what has been going on acknowledge the University's suc- prehensive listings of national universities -
around him, he would not have cessful 1990)).
Letters Policy completion of its massive (Oct 15,
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about on* by-10 page). They should be I asked such a silly question. In re- capital campaign in which UM been?
typed, double-spaced and signed They should Include I typed name address and telephone cent years,college-bound students, raised more than$500 million. Where has Wallington
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call educators and the media have all Only
the editorial page editor at 3764458. institutions like Stanford and Har- Tim Huebner
noticed UM's rise to national aca- vard have demonstrated an ability 8LSI

I Thursday, October 25, 1990



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the Florida

Theatre..page 2'

Here's Lookihg g\

at Ellen James'

society....page 4

Jimmy Dean 1 Bloodletting: A bad rap
packs his bags
Words by Donya Currie
and heads toEngand..page Pictures by Natalee Waters

While altruistic citizens donate blood for
free, Gainesville's two plasma donation
Feel the
centers offer $10-$20 for each bottle of
Rhythym of the plasma. That payment, along with what
Saints.page 9 many students fear is a gruesome proc-
ess, has led to a sort of low-life labeling.See .
page 6
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net..page 10 Cover art by Sarah Dyer

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that she obviously Is primarily a singer. Most of the]
Florida TheatreIf time though, her singing is forced or Just plain loud.
r shifting In your seat and repeatedly checkingyour Eva's duet with Juan (David Kelso), Td Be Sur.
watch are signs that you're enjoying a play prlsingly Good For You" turns out to be a decibel
then the Hippodrome's production of Evita at the duel, with Eva singing In an I-Can-Slng-Anythlng
Florida Theatre is a blazing success. You-Can-Sing-Louder voice.
However, when the yawning started I knew this However in the I'll-be-darned category Anz's per.
production was experiencing technical difficulties. In formance of "Don't Cry For Me. Argentina" some.
fact I kept expecting someone to come over the thing to behold. Addressing her Argentine disciples
loudspeaker and say, "This Is a test; this Is only a her voice Is like glass. I almost whipped off my shirt
test.WNobody and threw Anz my room keys it was so beautiful.

did. So the Hipp's uneven production of Another bright spot In two hours of root canal
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical ex- i theater is Ricky Russell's performance of Che
Guevara, who serves as mythical narrator and dogged
wound like
travaganza up looking more a fifthgradedress
rehearsal than six weeks of work from 20 critic of Eva's life. Russell shows confidence In a role
seasoned performers.Now that keeps the play from stagnating and turning
EVITA brackish.
hold the phone don't get the wrong idea.
Some of the extended dance numbers
come off
There are moments when the show, directed by
looking like the "Solid Gold" dancers with a pint of
Carlos Asse makes your outer extremities tingle and
stiffen, but they are few and far between, and these adult/contemporary pop charts as they do on the Mad Dog in their bellies. Choreographer Wendy
Woods' borrowed moves are now cliche and belong
moments only work because Webber's musical scoreis stage.In
with the rest of the outtakes from Michael Jackson's
so overwhelming. fact, the material Webber provides saves
Evita Is based on the life of Eva Peron, the second Hipp's production from complete embarrassment. Thriller video.
wife of Argentine dictator Juan Peron. It's your basic Throughout the play unclear black and white Evita chronicles the amazing story of a woman who
Argentine female rags-to-riches story. Eva went from slides are annoyingly flashed on a screen providing overcame poverty and through great tenacity rose
street urchin to radio and movie celebrity to mes- actual photos of Eva, Juan and what are probably to the top of Argentine and worldwide political fame.,
siah-like leader of the Argentine bourgeoisie. The stills of Argentine streetscapes. Who knows? The set If only the real Eva could have been here to give the
queen of the two-faced and manipulative slept and covers part of the screen. Hipp's production a few pointers maybe they could
forced her way to the top, never losing an ounce of The set looks like a prop from George Orwell's J 1954. have overcome a few of their own obstacles.The .

popularity with her, adoring public. Her death (of The lackluster, multi-purpose hunk of grayness Hippodrome's producton of Evlta plays at the
cancer) In 1952 at the age of 33 thrust her into the serves as Evita's sole showpiece. The actors precari- Florida Theatre. 233 W. University Ave.. through Nov...
ranks of a legend. ously scurry about its interconnecting staircases and 4. It runs Tuesday through Friday at 8:15 p.m.,
Webber's pop-operatic score gives an unusual storya platforms threatening to topple It over. Saturday at 5 and 8:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 and
modern twist from the cheesy musicals of old. Chevy Anz as Eva has to carry this show with all 7:30 p.m. For ticket info, or to make reservations, call
Evita'3 biggies, songs like "Don't Cry for Me Argen- the charisma that the real Eva had only she Jus' 375-HIPP.
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that she obviously Is primarily a singer. Most of the
Florida TheatreIf time, though, her singing Is forced or Just plain loud.
shifting In your seat and repeatedly checkingyour Eva's duet with Juan (David Kelso), "I'd Be Sur-
watch are signs that you're enjoying a play, prisingly Good For You" turns out to be a decibel
then the Hippodrome's production of Evita at the duel, with Eva singing in an I-Can-Sing-Anything-
Florida Theatre is a blazing success. You-Can-Sing-Louder voice.
However, when the yawning started. I knew this However, in the I'll-be-darned category, Anz's per
production was experiencing technical difficulties. In formance "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" some-
fact, I kept expecting someone to come over the thing to behold. Addressing her Argentine disciples,
loudspeaker and say, "This is a test; this Is only a her voice is like glass. I almost whipped off my shirt
test." and threw Anz my room keys, It was so beautiful.
Nobody did. So the Hlpp's uneven production of Another bright spot in two hours of root canal
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical ex- theater Is Ricky Russell's performance of Che
Guevara who serves as mythical narrator and dogged
travaganza wound up looking more like a fifthgradedress
rehearsal than six weeks of work from 20 critic of Eva's life. Russell shows confidence in a role
seasoned performers.Now that keeps the play from stagnating and turning
EVITA brackish.
hold the phone don't get the wrong idea.
Some of the extended dance numbers
come off
There are moments when the show, directed by
like the "Solid Gold dancers with
looking a pint of
Carlos Asse, makes your outer extremities tingle and
stiffen but they are few and far between, and these adult/contemporary pop charts as they do on the Mad Dog in their bellies. Choreographer Wendy
Woods' borrowed moves are now cliche and belong
moments only work because Webber's musical scoreis stage.In
with the rest of the outtakes from Michael Jackson's
so overwhelming. fact, the material Webber provides saves the
Evita is based on the life of Eva Peron, the second Hlpp's production from complete embarrassment. Thriller video.
wife of Argentine dictator Juan Peron. It's your basic Throughout the play, unclear black and white Evita chronicles the amazing story of a woman who
Argentine female rags-to-riches story. Eva went from slides are annoyingly flashed on a screen providing overcame poverty, and through great tenacity, rose
street urchin to radio and movie celebrity to mes- actual photos of Eva Juan and what are probably to the top of Argentine and worldwide political fame.
siah-like leader of the Argentine bourgeoisie. The stills of Argentine streetscapes. Who knows?The set If only the real Eva could have been here to give the
queen of the two-faced and manipulative slept and covers part of the screen. Hipp's production a few pointers, maybe they could
forced her way to the top never losing an ounce of The set looks like a prop from George Orwell's 1984. have overcome a few of their own obstacles.

popularity with her adoring public. Her death (of The lackluster, multi-purpose hunk of grayness The Hippodrome's producton of Evlta plays at the
cancer) in 1952 at the age of 33 thrust her into the serves as Evlta's sole showpiece. The actors precari- Florida Theatre 233 W. University Ave. through Nov.
ranks of a legend. ously scurry about its Interconnecting staircases and 4. It runs Tuesday through Friday at 8:15: p.m.,
Webber's pop-operatic score gives an unusual storya platforms, threatening to topple it over. Saturday at 5 and 8:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 and
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upstream all the way.


Ellen James Society is one of those talented yet poor
bands that tours in a beat-up Chevy van with no air conditioning.
Last August, a road trip forced them to pull off the road, open
the doors and sit in a Majik Market parking lot to cool off.

The unfortunate band had enough cash to scrape together a
low-budget LP with background hiss and tinny reproduction.But .
these Atlanta-based musicians have friends In high places.

Amy Ray, one of the Indigo Girls, Just happens to be a friendof
the band, and she wanted to start her own record label. She
also had a little extra cash.

The result Reluctantly We a well-produced effort on Ray's
Deamon Records, a fledgling company designed to help local
bands. The Ellen James Society is the only group signed so far.

The band, which includes guitarist/singer Cooper Seay,
singer/guitarist Chris McGuire, bassist Brian Llljie and drum-
mer Scott Bland, has a garage-band sound mixed with poetic
lyrics that don't preach about any cause in particular.

"I think we're probably a little more Internal with our messages.
We're not pontiflcators," Seay says, admitting the band has
played some charity benefits. "It seeps in, though.
"We write about things we know. I think I'm kind of mired in
my own little world."

Seay and McGuire have deep throaty voices that blend well or
with their jangly guitar sound. The 11-song LP tends to get a
little too black and. monotonous, but McGuire promises the
band's Tuesday show at the Hardback Cafe will be nothing like
that. live.

"Usually, our shows are different, depending on the night,*
McGuire says, explaining that a lot of the stage show is
improvisation that may or may not work well. "We're not afraidto
fall on our faces." k blazer, $160. Pleatedt
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The band has played Gainesville twice before, once at the rayoncottontwill
Hardback and then about eight months ago at the Orange & gabardine. Foulard
Brew to a crowd Seay calls less than enthusiastic. But it wasn't cotton shirt, $52.
the worst gig they've played.

"You play those dumps where there's supposed to be a P.A.
system and there's not, and there's supposed to be press and
there's not" Seay says. "Then only two people walk in the door,
and at $3 a person that's not a great night. But then part of
you says, 'Let's play for them.' And it turns out OK in the end." .

Seay says the band is just hoping for some airplay and a good RuonesI'
Florida tour, which kicked off last week. With friends like Ray
and her fellow Indigo Girl Emily Sailers playing on the LP,
boosting the group's morale and providing musical and financial
support they've got a great head start.

"Amy's always been there for the band and she's always given .,
advice," Seay says. "Musically, she was able to do a lot for us. ;;
Her musical vision is, I think, really beautiful."
The Ellen James Society will drift( into the Hardback Cafe
Tuesday. The newly released Daemon/Rough Trade cassette
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Let's be honest. The real American dream has and Ethan Coen mastered the modern film noir
nothing to do with a decent living. It's not about a with Blood Simple, and now they've perfected the
Job or a home or a sense of self-pride. It's about life period piece. Their 60-year-old world is soundly
on easy street, where money and glamour mean total convincing, and for two hours, we're there.
net worth, and where the world waits on you. 1h 1\\ This is accomplished not Just through detail but
r! If you think our motives are more ideal, then takea through a beautiful treatment as well. No time Is
look at crime. t's a major industry and a national ... '\, wasted in setting us up In lingering on sets or
institution, and this attitude this darker side of establishing shots or unnatural narrative that fills
the American dream is exactly what fuels it. It's us In. Instead we're thrown headfirst Into the story,
the heart of corruption and we give it life, with our i ( left to sort through names and references and to
stress on success and material wealth. Crime does scramble to catch up. From the very first scene, the
pay, and we underwrite it. "", Coens remind us we're only observing, as we're
Miller's Crossing, a new look at crime from a classic ", abruptly hurled into a heated exchange.

vantage, brings this idea to the screen. Firmly ..IIIIiIip Exchanges, In fact, are the film's real highlight, for
grounded in the late 1920s, It shows us a world of ....,.... most gangster pictures stress their violence. The
gangland ambition and the vice and betrayal it action here, though, serves only to punctuate, emphasizing
breeds.It \ climaxes in conversation. The dialogue is
begins with a plea from Johnny Caspar, a funny and often profound, while at the same time a
powerful figure in the local mob who wants a dou- rPAUl bit self-conscious.

ble-crossing henchman dead. The request is heard PERRET "You're exactly as big as I let you be and no bigger,
by crime lord Leo, who's reluctant to allow the hit. John Turturro stars as Bernie In the excellent new film and don't forget it," Leo tells Johnny with a snarl.
This simple conflict is hardly dismissed, as Johnny Miller's Crossing. And Tom's girlfriend Verna In a solemn moment,
turns to Tom Leo's right-hand-man to get the muses, 'The two of us, we're about bad enough to
problem resolved.. But Tom's got his own reasons for aren't supposed to be smarter. Convention demands deserve each other."

holding out, and when he hesitates, tempers flair. that they act as mere grunts existing only to follow These lines work because we believe them-they're
Events swell into a small-scale war, with Tom as a orders. But this film dares to give the little guys from characters we never question In a life we see
s'oldler-for-hire. minds, and it doesn't stop there. Johnny Caspar is so well. Like the outlaw anti-heroes of the Coens'
Tom steps out as the film's key figure, taking full a man of dignity, citing "friendship, character and Blood Simple and Raising Arizona the people we meet
responsibility for the action and reaction. Both the ethics" as the most Important values in the business. are convincingly real, and their goals are really
catalyst and conscience, he easily manipulates the And his sidekick, Eddie Dane, one of the most vocal natural. The Coens tell us that In a world where
rival sides, and he succeeds through a singular trait. henchmen ever portrayed, turns verbal abuse into crime Is only human, thieves are people too. People
Tom, unlike the narrow-minded bosses nearly twice art. What's more, this archetypal tough-guy is an just like us.
his age. is exceedingly wise. acknowledged homosexual. l

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I Bloodletting. : APerry

McGriff Jr. rolls up his "my civic duty" and has a low President J.C. Wells. Wells encourages .
sleeves exposing two circular opinion of other offices downtown his brothers to donate
white scars on the Insides of his where residents sell their plasma. blood each semester so his fra-
elbows. "Ive never sold my blood ternity can bea't UF's other
never intend to." houses in overall competitions.
"You can't see them that well: The elite Civitan. with a waitingroom The brothers never think about
he says, rubbing the spots where furnished with an Indoor donating plasma, he says.
needles have punctured his skin fountain and overlooking a Japa- Mark McGriff. Perry's 24yearold -
192 times. Donating 24 gallons of nese garden Is a strange contrastto son, was inspired by his fa- J
blood has left him with a lot of the two plasma centers In ther to donate blood every eight .
satisfaction, as well as scars. town. weeks since he was 17. He says
"I do have a little scar tissue While altruistic citizens donate he'll never donate plasma. ,.
now. The technicians know that. blood for free. Gainesville's two Mark said blood donations are
Sometimes they go in and it's like plasma donation centers offer important because Civltan relieson
'oops' and they've hit scar tis $10-$20 for each bottle of people's generous instincts.
sue." plasma. That payment along Paying for plasma, on the other
McGriff, a State Farm Insur- with what many students fear is hand ensures that poor studentsand
ance agent with an office directly a gruesome process has led to a street people always will flow
across the street from Gaines- sort of low life labeling. through the centers' doors.
ville's Civltan Blood Center, sets "Don't they pump your blood "I'm sure they're not in short
his calendar by his blood donations out and then put water back in supply," he says referring to the
He is proud of what he calls you?" asks Sigma Chi Fraternity plasma donators.
Despite the Image of being
nothing but a way to make quick
bucks plasma Is as important as
blood in saving lives. Plasma the
honey-colored liquid portion of
the blood that contains proteins
is used to fight diseases and pre-
vent Illnesses.
Susan Hamblen manager at Al-
pha Plasma Center on Southwest
First Street says plasma from her
center is used In making life-sav- 4
ing Ingredients such as IV solu- 1
(,N9Y tions for burn victims and
The donation is just about ovi
ka immune products that help peo- process
v ple accept organ transplants. remove the necessary apparatuses.
"We pay you for your time. Your
plasma is priceless for people who need the money" says Mike a
need It," she says handing a 36-year-old homeless man who
young donor his $20 first-time says he was abandoned In
payment. Gainesville with no car no
clothes and nothing to live on. "I
She says It takes four donationsto
gather enough plasma to makea wouldn't do it unless I had to"
ell vial of clotting agent needed Susan says the center's bad
dally by one hemophiliac. Hemo- Image could mean a shortage In
philia is a disease in which vic- future months. Now blood sam-
tims can bleed to death from ples taken from donors are testedfor
rre minor scrapes because their- AIDS syphilis and two typesof
blood does not clot.A hepatitis. Federal regulationswill
plasma donation takes about require plasma centers to
45 minutes and is no more pain- begin five new tests by next year.
ful than giving a pint of blood. "That's going to really knock
The Gainesville Donor Center at down our donor pool," Susan
238 SW Fourth Ave. supplies do- says. When the center started
nors with free MTV and sometimes testing donors for AIDS they lost
movies such as Mystic a lot of business. But that declinewas
Pizza nothing compared to September
"I 1 know people think this is ,
pretty scummy, but when you "We had a big dropoff with the
think about It; It's a lot better murders. People were afraid to
than starving or stealing" says try anything new." She says fear'
Tony Branson, an 18-year-old UF surrounding the murders of five
freshman who just started giving college students In August addedto
plasma. the Image of drug addicts using
About 350 people donate the center for fix money and kept
plasma each week Susan says,. people away.
and about 40 percent of those are The Alpha Plasma Center wait-
students. ing area.a bare but clean room
t "People donate for all different with folding chairs and fake
q h pJ yyypc J KX'S" F 3 y. reasons whether It's gas moneyor plants Is a meeting place for
they're street people and needto many of Gainesville's homeless.

". .. .n.'" I eat," says Richard a techni- They gather In a sunlit corner
cian who draws plasma from do- smoking cigarettes and shootingthe
Kathy Goode, a technician at the Alpha Plasma Center, examines theT)1ood of nors five days a week.. breeze.

the latest plasma donor. "If ,you? need the money., you John a tall thin man with a




It's a beautiful Saturday after- straps. I can see Into the next
bad noon, the kind of day that lends room, where six men are lying on
itself to goofing off in the great blue vinyl recliners. They all look
rapover outdoors. Instead, I ride my bike bored and are hooked up to big
downtown to the Alpha Plasma white machines.
Center on Southwest First Street
Katherine says she is going to
and circle the to
check my vital signs and then take
decide if I really want to go in. I I've
my picture, 'so we know exactly
heard needles in both
they put
who you are in case somethinggoes
your arms and strap you down for
wrong. You never know what
two hours to pump out enough "
sag can happen to a person. She does-
plasma. n't elaborate and I don't ask. My
>r I walk into the brightly lit walling blood pressure is 98 over 56 my
room, pass a small cluster of men temperature Is 98.3 and my pulseis
smoking cigarettes in a corner 69 a little faster than usual.
I qS next to a bubble gum machine and
sign in at the front desk. A tech- After giving the technician a
nician hands me three instruction urine sample. I'm called Into Dr.
sheets to read and tells me to leave Fridman's tiny office. She is a

F"r my driver's license on the desk. short woman In her late 50s, wearsa
I scan the laminated sheets of white scarf on her head and

,IAO paper, starting with one called speaks with a German accent. She
"Consent Agreement for Auto- asks me the same questions about
mated Plasmapheresis." Item 2E night sweats and possible AIDS

really bugs me: "There is a possi- exposure and then listens to my
bility that a repeat venipuncture chest, checks my ears and peers
might be necessary in some in- down my throat.
stances." I picture a white-coated
She the donation .
explains plasma
t madman digging around in my arm
procedure to me, stressing the
with a needle in search of a Juicy
vein. importance of drinking a lot of
water before and after the dona
Then there's Item 3, In all capital
tion. She tells me I look healthyand
letters, which talks about telling a
sends me back to the waitingroom.
technician immediately If I notice .
any numbness or tingling. "I UN- i

DERSTAND THAT FAILURE TO I enter the donating room, taking t
NOTIFY THE TECHNICIAN MAY seat L so my left arm will be
tapped. Nine men are lying down
t ME." Great. with tubes coming out of their

i ix Tingling could mean a strange arms, watching me as I nervouslytake

reaction to the blood anticoagulant my seat. Richard, a young
r u w f I find out later. I continue technician with blond hair and

reading trying to avoid the curi- twinkling eyes, takes my arm and
ous stares given me by the men in swabs the Inside of my elbow with ,

for Mary Lisa Foegelle./ Alpha Plasma Center Manager Susan Hamblen begins to the corner who can't figure out yellowish-brown iodine gel.
why I I'm writing down things in a
. little notebook. As he attaches identification
until stickers to the clear plastic tubeshe I
Things are going smoothly
"Born to Love" tattoo, says he Dramis says she doesn't feel like No. 7 ... "Although the automated hangs over my chair, he explains
depends on the center. the plasma centers are competingwith blood processor is equipped to de- that my blood will be

"This is where I keep up with blood donors. But she'squick tect air in the system, there is a pumped out In cycles and spun in I
my news and see my buds" he to point out that "a differ- remote possibility for air to be a centrifuge. After each cycle, the
says checking his tattered metal ent type of person" gives plasma infused during the red blood cell blood will return to my arm and
watch. "I don't mind the money, than gives blood. return. The consequences of suchan then the machine will pump out

either." Tony says he doesn't under- air infusion could cause seri- more blood.

Perry McGriff disagrees with stand the bad image. ous health problems and possibly The needle looks huge but does
result in death." Even more fun.
the blood-for-hire scheme.
n't hurt much as Richard quickly
"You don't do It to make "It's not like you're harboring I decide to skim the rest of the slides it under my skin and tapesit

money," he says, leaning back in fugitives or anything" Tony says, information about AIDS risk and to my arm, telling me to squeezemy
his plush blue office chair, one of explaining that none of his wait for my name to be called. No hand gently to help the flow.
eight in the room carpeted in deep friends thinks he's a little seedyto need getting too nervous. Joan
Gator blue. "It's something that I be selling his plasma. "I knowit Jett plays on the radio and I tap He checks on me a few times,
know is Important." helps people, but frankly, I my foot on the rung of the gray making sure I don't faint or clench
for the metal chair I'm sitting in. Someone my fist too hard. The music on the
Civltan spokeswoman Jane came money.
has dumped their belongings a stereo Is pretty bad but Richard
I black, rolled-up sleeping bag a tells me it could be worse. Some
maroon backpack and a royal blue days they play elevator music.
duffel bag near the doorway. A
tall, thin man who says his nameis After Susan, the center's man
John tells me not to be nervous."It ager, removes my needle and returns
only hurts like hell for the the extra blood to my arm
first minute or two," he says, flash- by holding the tube above her '
ing an almost toothless grin. head, I feel especially relieved. She

Finally, my name is called and I puts gauze on'my arm and tells
me not to take it off for two hours.
walk up to the front desk again.
Katherine, a friendly technician
"That's an open hole to your
6 d asks me a series of questions bloodstream."

\ about possible allergies, night
sweats, bolls and AIDS exposure I take my $20 and head to a
.r '
0 before checking my veins. She downtown restaurant for some I ,
< does this by tying rubber straps nourishment. Aside from my room-
around my arms, pinching my skin mate telling me my arm looks like .
severely and looking at the under- a rotted peach, I suffer no ill ef- '
side of my elbows. fects. And maybe I just helped save

"Good." she- says, untying the a life.
All the donors' plasma tucked safely away after their few moments of pain. r





the Florida Players first took their productionof rx .l 5 4
Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy
Dean on the road, they traveled only a few miles down
University Avenue to the Hippodrome State Theatre.
Now they're taking it across the Atlantic Ocean.
The University of Florida Theatre Department ar-
ranged to perform Jimmy Dean at two colleges in
England as part of UF's first-ever international thea-
ter exchange.
Theatre Department Chairwoman Judith W.B. Williams .aasnse j
says two faculty members and 10 actors will
venture to London and Winchester in the second and
third weeks of May 1991 to perform.For .
the first staging of Jimmy Dean the Florida
Players left their home at the H.P. Constans Theatreto
replace the musical production of Romance, Ro-
mance at the Hippodrome.
Because several of the original cast members have .
since either graduated or left town, Williams, who KEVIN WISNIEWSKI
will once again direct the production, says she plansto Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean Is staging a comeback only this time It's all the way
hold open auditions for Jimmy Dean In the first over In England.And .
week of December.The .
chosen cast will spend five days in London, Williams would like to have the theater depart- James Dean's popularity In England, she says the
where they will perform twice at Whitlands College, ment lead UF's campus In that direction. universities abroad really wanted to see this particular -
and five days in Winchester, where they will perform While attending an International directors collo- play.
twice at St. Alfred's College.In quium In London this past summer, Williams visited Lauren Caldwell whose role of Sissy In last Feb-
return Whitlands College and St.Alfred's Collegewill 12 colleges In search of an exchange program. She ruary's production earned her a master's degree In
bring their productions to Gainesville in May says she was surprised to discover that at every fine arts, says she Is happy to play the role again.
1992. Williams says the colleges have tentatively college she visited UF was well-known and was held "Sissy was the most exciting role I've ever played,"
scheduled to perform productions by either William in high regard. Caldwell says. "To have the opportunity to..play It
Shakespeare or Noel Coward. "I would say 'University of Florida.: and they would again will Just be a delightful experience."
Williams a UF professor and the theater depart- say, 'in Gainesville right?" Caldwell now an instructor In UF's theater depart-
ment's chair since 1989 says that even though thisis While in England Williams and the cast will stayin ment, says she also looks forward to seeing' an
the first time UF has participated in an exchange, the homes of the colleges' theater department English reaction to the play.
she has had the Idea for years. She believes the: faculty and students. The cast members will only Although Caldwell will have to try out again in
program will help cultivate the Idea that education bring their costumes, leaving behind the Kressmont December Williams Is fairly certain that.the.role of
should be International. 5 & Dime set they originally used. They will use only Sissy is pretty much set.
"I think people are beginning to consider educationon what is available in the colleges' prop departments. "I can't see anyone else play Sissy Williams says.
a global perspective," Williams says. The '90s are Williams suggested several other plays such as "Lauren did such a marvelous Job.
going to be a multi-national decade. Cabaret and Crimes of the Heart, but because of Well, that pretty much blows auditions, doesn't it?

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Paul Simon gently/ As a pickpocket brushes your thigh," with proof. yes proof Is the bottom line for everyone." It

The Rhythm of the Saints the emphatic statement that. "The open palm of reappears again In the Biblical imagery of 'Born At

This album features percussionists from Brazil, desire wants everything/ wants everything. the Right Time and on The Cool, Cool River.

guitarists and singers from Africa and lyrics In Even more mysterious is "The Obvious Child." In There's also an air of sadness and resignation on

Portuguese from Milton Nascimento. Put It doesn't it Simon sings, "Some people say a lie is just a lie/ The Rhythm of the Saints. "The Cool, Cool River" ends

sound even remotely odd or exotic. That's one Indi- But I say the cross Is in the ballpark/ Why deny the with the plaintive comment that, "My life's so com

cation of how influential Simon's last album obvious child?" Why Indeed? What exactly the obvious mon It disappears/ sometimes even music can

Graceland really was. child may be is anyone's guess. not substitute for tears." A man Is abandoned by his
lover in "She Moves On." The narrator of another
That record introduced a slew of world-class A constant theme is religion. In "Proof" It's seen as
per- track is tired of living but realizes he still has "furtherto
formers like Ladysmith Black Mambazo to an Inter- something nice, but not much use In the everyday
further to
national audience. The Rhythm of the Saints may not world. "Sane people go crazy on you/ Say 'No man, fly, fly-
Overall The Rhythm of the Saints is a rich
H have the benefit of revelation, but it's still a worthy that was not the deal we made/ I got to go I got to song
that shifts and the
cycle as swiftly as compel-
successor. goFaith, faith is an Island in the setting sun/ But
ling rhythms that lie at its core. Remarkably, it
Each is built ----- --------
song around a pulsing mid-tempo proves Paul Simon an artist who has been record-

JH rhythm overlaid with Simon's witty and subtle lyrics. Ing for more than 20 years -Is still growing In talent
The basic tracks were taped at studios in Brazil and and Insight.

New York or captured wherever they were found, suchas BY MICHAEL GILTZ

the propulsive, dynamic drumming on "The Obvi-

ous Child," which was recorded live in the town The Connells

squares of Salvador and Brazil.
One Single WordIf

The result is a sinuous, winding set of tunes that the Connells are trying to attract a college

flow one Into the other with ease. It slides from the audience, then the band has hit the Jackpot with its

delicate tension of 'Can't Run But" to the sad accep- latest album, One Single Word. Since the release of
tance of "She Moves On" and its soft but persistentbeat.
Boylan Heights In 1987 the Connells have createda
sound of their own. With the proper publicity this

The lyrical territory covered by these songs is North Carolina band should see a very bright future.
equally expansive. Simon has specialized In the .aul
Guitarists Mike Connell and George Huntley blend
careful, studied observation of lovers who
are more
acoustic rhythms with electric leads under the
vulnerable than they want to admit. But his Y
lyrics t 4P ,
smooth vocals of Doug MacMillan. "One SimpleWord"
have grown increasingly and
enigmatic elliptical. and "Get a Gunare the best examples of this
They now depend vivid and
more on
imagery philo-
style. The guitar lead on the latter sounds similarto
sophical musings than a clear storyline for their
R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck. "All Sinks In" con
tains the echo-like solos of Boylan Heights.
"Further to Fly," Simon will follow
a The Connells don't stop short In their lyrics either.
simple, striking line like, will find
"Maybe you a love/
"Another Souvenir" Is about a broken friendshipSee
That you discover accidentally/ falls against you
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Without a Net is the Grateful Dead's 23rd album

.. d r and eighth live album. So what's the big deal, you
ask? For those who are unaware, the Grateful Dead
are best known for their live performances rather
than their studio recordings. Since the Dead allow
their fans to tape their concerts, there are hundredsof

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The band is also famous for its long, flowing,
unstructured Jams that head in no particular direc
tion. The album's versions of "Cassidy," "Bird Song"
t and "Let It Grow" do Just that. Lead guitarist and
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vocalist Jerry Garcia plays beautiful melodies
which shows no signs of healing: "We watch you still "Help on the Way/ Slipknot/! Franklin's Tower." The
through every song and at times uses his high-tech
around/.And it's tearln' the of Phil Lesh's bass with
apartWatching thumping
you six-string along
guitar to produce such sounds trumpets, clarinets,
pieces scatterPick one up and look aroundFor flutes and so on. the drumming of Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann
another souvenir." entwine perfectly with the leads of Garcia Weir and
The autobiographical "Set the Stage" describes Rhythm guitarist and vocalist Bob Weir is in prime Mydland. "If you get confused listen to the music
what It's like to perform in front of audiences which form when he leads the band through a cover of play," Garcia appropriately sings..
Robert Johnson's "Walkln Blues" and the
Include "fair-weathered friends watching from the With a replacement for Mydland already found and
"Victim or the Crime" from last year's Built to Last.
wings. 'I've looked Into the past 'cause I've seen the rumors of tour dates in the spring, it appears that
Brent who died
Keyboardist Mydland. in late July
futureAnd there's a song comin' on that won't last the Grateful Dead will be around for years to come.
is Immortalized Without
Net. The
on a album closes
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UF Student Health Care Center Receives


Full Re-Accreditation From Review TeamUF's

Student Health Care Center has "Our student health care center servesas tion, including inspection of the Infirmary
received full re-accreditation after review a model for the other state univer- building. Panel members surveyed the
by the national Joint Commission on Ac- sities," said Dr. Boyd Kellett, director of center's compliance in 12 categories of
creditation of Healthcare Organizations.The Student Health Services. "The accredita- ambulatory, or outpatient, health care.
Produced UF Information and Publications Services 355
T pert Hall.by and paid tor at usual advertising rates to communicate Chicago-based commission, an in- tion process is a teaching and learning ex- Among the items reviewed by the panel
official notices and important information to dependent, nonprofit organization, sendsa perience for all of us at the center, from were administrative procedures, diagnostic
students (faculty and staff Call 392 0186 for ,information panel of reviewers to conduct on-site medical personnel to administrators and and laboratory performance, and
surveys to evaluate health care providers.The staff. Certification demonstrates our com- tests of routine and emergency medical
accreditation process is voluntary. mitment to provide students with quali- equipment."The .
Nationwide, fewer than 60 university stu- ty health care meeting or exceeding na- entire process is very comprehensive
University SenateTo dent clinics are accredited. UF's is the only tional standards." ," Kellett said. "With healthcare stan-
accredited student health center in Commission representatives visited UF dards changing yearly, the commission's
Meet Florida's university system. in June for an intensive, two-dayevalua- evaluation and recommendations keepour
Today; programs current, improving the care
Faculty Support Center Offers Fall we give to the more than 450 UF students
Agenda Items SetThe who visit the center every day."
The accreditation status is
Computer Seminars For USPS EmployeesThe
University Senate will hold its Oc- re-evaluated every three years.

tober meeting at 3:30: p.m. today in Faculty Support Center for Computing, located at 2215 Turlington Hall, is offer-
McCarty Auditorium. Agenda items include ing fall-term computer seminars for USPS employees. USPS registration forms for the 4th Environmental
a proposal for a joint pro Mass hands-on lessons have been sent to each department, including instructions for
leading to Juris Doctor an A. in encumbrance to costs. Reservations not
establishing an cover are accepted by phonefor Poster SessionSet
Communications degrees; academic USPS seminars. The Macintosh classroom is located in 521 Weil Hall. November'
calendars for 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94 and December seminars are listed below:
and 1994-95 final approval of the Collegeof For Oct. 30UF's
; USING DOS-FUNDAMENTALS-Nov. 5, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.
Education's PROTEACH program; anda USING DOS-MANAGING DISK STORAGE-Nov. 7, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. Fourth Annual Environmental
proposal to consolidate undergraduate USING WORDPERFECT 5.1-Section 1: Lesson 1, Nov. 6, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and Research Poster Session, sponsored by
programs in Fruit Crops, Ornamental Lesson 2, Nov. 8, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.; Section 2: Lesson 1, Nov. 19, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., UF's environmental engineering sciences
Horticulture and Vegetable Crops into a and Lesson 2, Nov. 21, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.; Section 3: Lesson 1, Nov. 27,1 to 3 p.m., department and the Society of Environmental
single program in Horticulture Science. and Lesson 2, Nov. 29, 1 to 3 p.m. Engineers, will be held Tuesday,
The meeting is open to UF faculty, staff ADVANCED WORDPERFECT 5.1-Section: Lesson 1, Nov. 14,9:35: to 11:30: a.m., Oct. 30, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Reitz
and students. and Lesson 2, Nov. 16, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.; Section 2: Lesson 1, Dec. 3, 1 to 3 p.m., Union Ballroom.The .
and Lesson 2, Dec. 5,1 to 3 p.m.; Section 3: Lesson 1, Dec. 4, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and session, which is free and open to
Business CollegeTo Lesson 2, Dec. 6, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. the public, includes 46 poster presenta-
USING LOTUS 1-2-3-Section 1: Lesson 1, Nov. 13, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and Lesson tions on such topics as acid rain, landfill
Conduct Undergrad 2, Nov. 15, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.; Section 2: Lesson 1, Nov. 26,1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson management, groundwater contaminationand
2, Nov. 28, 1 to 3 p.m. detoxification of hazardous chemicals.
Information SessionsCollege LOTUS ADDITIONAL WORKSHEET SKILLS-Section 1: Lesson 1, Dec. 4,1 to 3 Richard Pierce, director of research at .
p.m., and Lesson 2, Dec. 6, 1 to 3 p.m. Sarasota's Mote Marine Laboratory, is the
of Business Administration INTRODUCTION TO SAS/PC-Section/ 1: Lesson 1, Dec. 3, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and keynote speaker for the session's lun-
academic advisors will conduct informa- Lesson 2, Dec. 5, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. cheon. For lunch reservations and addi-
tion sessions next week for lower-division INTRODUCTION TO BITNET-Nov. 19, 1 to 3 p.m. tional information, call Scott Kenner at
UF students interested in gaining admis- INTRODUCTION TO THE MACINTOSH-Nov. 20, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. 392-0846) or Paul Chadik at 392-7970.
sion to the college. MACINTOSH MICROSOFT WORD 4.0-Section 1: Lesson 1, Nov. 26, 9:35: to 11:30:
The schedule for the hour-long ses- a.m., and Lesson 2, Nov. 28, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. F. Lee Bailey To
sions, which will be held in 200 New

Business Building, follows:Monday, Oct. Preside Over Law
29-9:30: a.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday,

Oct.1-10:30:30-31-3 a.m. p.m.; Thursday, Nov. I CAMPOS 4u THIS' ,NEXT WEEK I College CompetitionF.

For more information, call Brad Broad- Lee Bailey, one of the nation's
nax, academic advisor for undergraduate W'" foremost criminal defense attorneys, will
programs, 3920165.Calculus ., TODAYLINGUISTICS Office i in Reitz Union, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. preside over a mock murder trial Fridayat
SEMINAR, "Andean weekdays. UF's College of Law.
Placement Spanish," by UF anthropology professor SATURDAY SUNDAY Bailey, who has represented such high-
Martha Hardman, 4 p.m., 125 Little Hall. HARN MUSEUM OF ART CELEBRA- visibility clients as Patricia Hearst, the
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES LEC- TION, "Full Spectrum' a weekend of ac- Boston Strangler and Dr. Sam Sheppard,
Test Oct. 29-30 TURE, "God Decides: A Photographer's tivities featuring performances by re- will participate in the final round of the
Students who want to take MAC 3233 Observation of Haiti,"by Daytona Beach nowned oboist and multimedia artist UF Trial Team's fall competition, begin-
or MAC 3311 in the spring must take the Community College photography instructor Joseph Celli, 2:30: p.m. Saturday and 3 ning at 1 p.m. in the Ralph R. Bailey
Munroe, 8 Grinter Gallery. inside Bruton-Geer Hall. An
Gary Courtroom
calculus test between now and p.m. ; children's films, 10:15: a.m.
placement Results of tests taken before Oc- EVENING WITH WILLIAM SHAKES- Saturday; mask-making workshops, 10:30: open-forum discussion will follow.
January.tober 1990 are not valid. PEARE, featuring music, lectures and excerpts a.m. Saturday and 1:15: p.m. Sunday, call The competition is free and open to
The hour-long test will be given at 5 from the playwright's works,free 392-9826 to register; balloon sculpture, the public.
p.m. on Oct. 29 and Oct. 30. Report to and open to public. Sponsored by UF 11:30: a.m. Saturday and 2:30: p.m. Sun-
Turlington Plaza if your last name begins theater department of Culture and and Gainesville Nature day; gallery talk, 1:30: p.m. Sunday. Mock UN ConferenceAt
with letters A through L and to Carleton Department SUNDAY
8 Thomas Center, 302
with Operations p.m. UF This WeekendStudents
Auditorium if last name begins
your N.E. 6th Avenue.UNIVERSITY MUSEUM PROGRAM, "Underground
letters M though Z. No sign-up is re- CHOIR CONCERT, free Treasures,"features private collections of from UF and otherSoutheastern

quired. Bring a photo ID and No. 2 pencil.For and open to public, 8:15: p.m., University gems, minerals, fossils, noon to 4 p.m., colleges, universities, com
more information, call 392-0281. Florida Museum of Natural History. munity colleges and high schools will participate
Auditorium.FRIDAY this weekend in UF's third annual
International Students: Teleconference On Mock United Nations General Assembly
EXHIBIT OPENING/RECEPTION/ conference, sponsored by UF's political '
Apply ,For Holiday Visits "Two By Four," features two-dimen- Grad School Airs TuesdayA science department and Model United
sional work of UF art graduate students Nations Club.
unable national teleconference titled "Why
International students are
Malena Bergmann- Cynthia Daudell, and The conference's opening session,
share Graduate School-In Science
to go home Christmas for the cheer holidays with can American Trina Nicklas, Jane Burgender, opens Engineering?" will be presented Tuesday which will begin at 5:30: p.m. Friday in the
some with 8 reception, continues throughNov. Reitz Union Ballroom, will feature former
p.m. : Union. The
the Christmas In- from 1 to 3 in 2334 Reitz
host families
ternational House through 2, Focus Gallery, 8 to 11:45: a.m. and teleconference p.m., which is free and open to U.S.Ambassador to Costa Rica Clarence .
program.The International stu- 1 to 4:45: p.m. weekdays. all undergraduate students, is sponsoredby Boonstra discussing "The U.S. and U.N.:
program allows FLORIDA PLAYERS' OPENING of Is It Worth the Effort?" The lecture is free
School of.
Graduate ,
dents to visit American homes over the the UF College
Interested students Henley's Pulitzer-Prize-winning comedy Engineering and College of Liberal Arts and open to the public.For .
holidays. foreign as "Crimes of the Heart," 8:15: p.m., Con- and Sciences. For more information, call more information on the assembly
should for the as soon
apply program Nov. 3. and schedule of conference events, call
available in the stans Theatre, continues through Graduate School Associate Dean John a
possible. Applications are Tickets,free to UF students and$6.50 for Bharat Patal at 336-4206 or Alice Shu at
Koran 392-4646.
International Student Center, 1504 W. ,
general public, available at University Box 3366734.I .
University Avenue. The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative/ Action Institution .



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." For ladies St gentlemen. A I Tues. night. Only a block to campus. Cocktails, fine wines and beer available Full Bar,fresh brewed beer.Drink Specials Seafood Place

full service 24 hr. restaurant featuringthe 1225 W. Univ. Ave. Chef J J10 yrs. exp Only 2 1/2 miles from campus 4-7 daily. Expanded Patio with Why make your wallet suffer when you
best burgers, from plain to gour- 3726666 (east on Univ. Ave.) 2010 Hawthorne live entertainment Wed.-Sat. nights. have a desire for seafood? Scully's of-
met, Buffalo hot wings, steak & cheese Rd. (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall Oaks Mall Plaza,331-01 10. fers plenty of quality seafood such as

subs and a variety of full course meals, 372-4690.Clubs and organizations- Pub Crab Legs, Grouper, Catfish, Shrimp,
including stir-fry chicken, Salisbury C we can serve your dinner meetings.. Murphy's Scallops, dams and Stuffed Crab at
steak St fried shrimp. PLUS Cafe 'V" FFEEH USE Daily Specials prices you can afford. Non.seafood
Dell Sandwiches& Ice Cold Beerl!
Risque serves a wonderful break-
you items also available. Lobster
fast 24 hrs a day by a TOPLESS waitress Pizza PalaceThe Billiards, Darts and Video Games
Original every Tuesday night. Casual atmosphere
.FEATURING BEAUTIFUL NUDE Happy Hour 4-7 dally Live entertainment .
FEMALE DANCERS FOR YOUR Philosophy Store kind of place your friends would 7-11 Fri. Coming in NovOpenMike 11:30am Open for lunch weekdays from
VIEWING & DINING PLEASUREI! tell you about. Homemade pasta, fresh Nite tt Featured Artists-every : to 2:30: pm. Open Sunday
There is no cover charge after 11 pm on Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. baked lasagna St sauces made to order. Friday. Mon.-Thur. 11am-12pm. Fri.- !! through Thursday from 5:00pm: to
Univ.Ave.378-6370. In the tradition of 10:00pm.: Open Friday and Saturday
Sun St Mon and after 2 am Tu-Sat. Our Open every day at 5pm. Corner of NW Sat..llam-lam. NW 34th St. across
bookstores St coffeehouses of the 18th from 5:00pm: to 11:00pm. MC/VISA.
dancers dance for until 12 Sun, 23rd Ave. and 6th St.372-1546 from YMCA pool. 3724751.
you pm St 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by 2031 NW 13th Street,3711811SPANISH.
1 am Mon, 3 am Tu-Th & 4:20: Fr-Sat.
STUDENT DAYSSun k Mon, every- the bean or by the brew.Espresso,Cappuccino Red Lion TavernCome
thing is 1/2 price 6 am Sun-4 am Tu. St numerous exotic coffees check out Bill St Ted s new frat
(student ID required.) NO COVER from the world over.Many varieties of Tappa Kegga Day! Be there. $350
FOR FEMALE STUDENTS ANYTIME! tea,too.1 Oam-1Opm Mon-Sat,Sun 12-5. pitchers Fri. St Sat. all day long. Excel-
(student ID required.) 1 block west of MEXICANBurrito lent Dudes!The Red Lion 2413 SW 13th

1-75 on Williston Rd! 336-1159. "WE St 378-6320


Ivey's Grill Taco Co. flavor of Key West right here In
Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American -
Great place for a date cozy and intimate Serving Gainesville since 1976. 100% Cuisine. M-F11 am-8:30: 4002
Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner i Toby's CornerFine vegetarian items available. Try our fa- Shucks W.Newberry. Plaza West 3784002.pm.
Extensive menus with unique creations mous guacomole!Open 7 days until 10 Seafood Restaurantand
.Specializing in seafood,chicken Dining and SpiritsA 16 NW 13th St. 378-5948.
I and pasta dishes. Sensually seductive warm Country Inn setting featuring Oyster Bar

desserts, espresso, cappucino, beer, uniquely prepared seafood, veal, For over seven years serving some of STEAK
wine list. Credit cards welcome. Open steaks, fowl, and pasta specialities.. El Toro the freshest gourmet seafood in
7 days, 6 ngihts. 3303 W. Univ. Ave. Tableslde flambe' desserts and coffee Gainesville Lunch and dinner specials
Mexican Restaurant
371-4839. drinks. Gainesville's best fine dining change daily. Killer chicken wings,hot
experience at reasonable prices. Dinner 1723 SW 13th street. crawfish dip, sauteed mushrooms; and Great Steaks
J's Restaurant served nightly from 5:30: pm. Lunch Great Mexican Food.7 Days. onions with melted provolone and the Beef & SpiritsFor
served Monday through Friday 11:30: El Tore-and that's no bull! tastiest clam chowder. Full service bar
Breakfast house 20 years. Serving to 2:30.: SUNDAY EVENING SEA- with the tallest bar in town.We have it the best steaks and prime rib in
8:00-2:30: : day. One block to campus Gainesville
every You cook over a hickory,
FOOD BUFFET. Reservations fresh and it's '!! Check
I 1225 W. Unlv. Ave.372-6666Rockin' El Toro To Go always good us charcoal
grill or our chef will
behind the In prepare
vF recomended. 101 SE 2nd Pi, out. the Kash-n-Karry Shopping
Hippodrome Theater in the Downtown FREE DELIVERY St TAKE-OUT. Ev- Center 4212 NW 16th Blvd. 372-0332. your dinner. Chicken & Seafood too!
Robin'sFun Entertainment District. 375-7620 eryday llam-lam 1203 SW 16th Ave, M-W 1130am: am,Th.F F1130am-2am: Open daily 5-10.2 For 1 well drinks tt
Time Cafe Open 24 Hours MC/VISA/AMEX behind Players-374-8100 Sat 4pnv2am,Sun 4pm-llpm dollar drafts from 5-7 pm. 6-Pound
Serving a great breakfast (and reason- challenge. 2310 SW 13th St 3734301.Tim's .

ably priced, too1)!) 24 hrs. a day) Plus
great burgers, subs, hot wings, full-
course meals St old-fashioned "real"
milkshakes! Free telephones on every
table so you may call your friends, take
care of business or dial someone across
the dining room! Check out our choo Thai
choo train it 1952 Juke Box! For a fun RestaurantBrings

time it great food,24 hrs. a day,cometo you the "Best Blend'of the Orient -
Rockin' Robin's! 1652 NW 13th St. ." Open Mon-Sat,Closed Sun.Visa,
across from Gainesville High! 378- MC, Mix, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-
0817. For Information Regarding Out-On-The-Town, Contact Amanda Escobio at 376-4482. 5424r -


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I bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished : f/ns lor own room In 3br2baapt. Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more Sound System: Peavey CS-400 I
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- close to campus. ONLY $175/mo/ + brands are all at our New Locatlonl Car amp whuge Peavey speakers. Clean I
Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop BURG VILLAGE 378.1253. 12530.2 1/4 util lor spring ft summer. Call 373- Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- sound with a klckl I Great lor DJ'e or
all util paid Inc. ac. 10 meals weekly, 8773. 2070. 12-14-76-6 frat house. $775 for everything 375-
parking, laundry $210 per mo.. C.L.O. PETS OKIIIIIIIIII 8293.
117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 12-14-62-1 Great NW 1 bdr. duplex apt wyard Roommate needed ASAP to share luxury Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar

Economical gas heat, paddle (fan, 2/2 in nice quiet area. Pool, Fireplace, Detectors, Infinity, Sanaul, Sony, SECURITY SYSTEMS
College Terrace (turn studio apt lor Nov ft a/c$258/mo. 3735018. 10-31-8-2 D/W. 250/mo. I smoke ft have kitten. Call Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. Affordable protection (for apt. or car. 120-
Dec. $26S/mo/ utl Inc (rig $290/mo) Steve 3728202. 10225.5 We Beat All Prices 373.3754. 12-14-78- day satisfaction guarantee, 5 yr war.
$150 dep. Close to UF. Call 3775535. WOOD FLOORS C-ling Fan, Claw It tub, 6 ranty. Call 378.7104 for free brochure .
10-26-5-1 tons of windows A/C. 2 bike to UF, I bd N/S M/F/ 3 bdr Fieldstone house, wood
apt For $245/mo/ Oct Free w/ deposit, floors, ac/heat, fenced yd gar, wash/dry, ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering,,: "Light up Clipboard" take and read notes
Furnished 1 bedroom apt, close to cam m'gt 3754409. 10295.2 5 mln walk to UF, Avail immed l65/mo/ + Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, in dark it holds letter or Legal size paper
pus. All amenities.. $400/mo. Call col 1/3/ Utll. Call 336-4604. 103010.5 Crunch, Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar and uses two AA BAttenes. $23 PPD.
14072905880.. 10-26-5-1 Nine month lease lor this SW 2BR apt. 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6 Write to Sylbert Jones International
near shopping. Cent air, new paint. BRANOYWINE N/S Fern needed to Trade 115 W 162 Street Bronx, NY
FOR RENT one bedroom bath kitchen $285 Key Management 372-3060. 10- share room, l60/mon. + 1/3/ util, 10452. 11-7-12-6
half block from ,law school call 376- DISCOUNT HI-FI i
one 31.5.2 (ully/nicely/ (urn, many xtras-call nowl
8819 GREAT LOCATION 17 SW 24th St. 3730024. 11-1-11-5 722 S. Main 0 The Red Bldg Race ready Allan carbon-fiber racing

$240 mo. 10-30-5-1 Attractive 2bdr/lba/ 2nd-lloor apt In a WE ARE CHEAPER bike. 57 cm. Campy CR & SR. Mazic
quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373- N/S to rent own room In mobile home. open 4 c,d. rims $500 obo. Very Fast!
7132. 10315.2 Great location (SW). $125 + 1/2 util. 12-14-76-6 371.11 "leave. message. 10-29-86
FOR RENT: Call Steve 3356297. 10-25-6-5
Foxmoor TH 2BR 1.5 BA. Dishwasher, CAR ALARMS Installed remote control CRAMPED? Well-built loft perfect for organizing .
2 UNFURNISHEDStroll hook-ups, near 34 St. shopping, UF. Pool ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to any car truck or van fully guaranteed will dorm space $75 obo. Very
complex. $450 Key Management 372- UF. 2br/l b. $175 College demo Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes- sturdy. 334-9748 message. Must Sell.
to UF from this 2BR efficiency Includes 3060. Park 3717777NS sage. 12-14-37-6 10-29-4-6

some utilities. $275 Key Management
372-3060. 10-31-8-2 Southlork Oaks: 2BR I 1/2BA dishwasher F Roommate Needed to rent own 2400 BD MODEM $98 TECHNICS Stereo System 200 watts, 3-
hook-ups, pool, verticals. Near bdr/bth/ In Reflections-brand new way speakers, dual cassette, wood grain
Walk to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-$280 UF, VA and Shands $450 Key Manage $245/mo. Call Alex at 3756296leave WORD PERFECT $135 finish $600. obo Call 332-8978 leave

2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. ment. 3723060. 10315.2 message. CALL ELITE 335-1300. message 10-30-5-6
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs.
Santa Fe Trace Apt*. 3781190. 12-14- Own room In GREENWICH GREEN. 11-1-33-6 1"11012 speed Mongoose Mountain bike.
76-2 Washer/dryer/ free cable & water Index shifting U-lock inc. always Indoor
$216/mo + 1/3 utll. Call Karen or Chrisat Hardly used. $185 Call Brad @ 378-

Oak Glade Apia near UF & VA, quiet MOBILE HOMES: 336-0077. 10-26-5-5 *PRODIGY.Inlnicliw. 6790. 10-26-36 I

washer/dryer available) In most units lor
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, I 4 2 Bath TREEHOUSE VILLAGE USAIR. TICKET. GNVSANFOnly I
Roommates available. Reserve your Available ELITE today. 3351300. 2 bet. Jan. $160/ea. I '
$250.$375"c & Imr. 3726422. 12-14- way. (Sstun-
76-2 Farmsrentals from $260 Incl. room lor spring. Bus serviceto gn.$45/ea/ ) Call 334.6048 LI. 10-26-2-6 I'
water sewer, garbage pick-up lawn UF and SFCC. Furn or unlurn. 10-26-10-6

INCREDIBLE main. Also some great buys. Quiet) Will $175-$250 per roommatemonth.MZ Large dorm-size 'fridge, G.E., like new,
Efficiency Apt. take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146 I $90. Marushin racing helmet, small, excellent
Starting' $185 Open weekends too. 375-0207 Editor's choice Hewlett Packard cond gorgeous, $80. Call 377. I
Starting at $U5 /a BedroomMEADOWCREST Northgate M/C Prices lower than '1977. 10-29-36
Tired of your roommate? For sale 66 foot F to share w/ samens, master bdr In mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb,
110 NW 39th Ave Nova 3 bdr/2 ba spotless. Quiet safe clean 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba twnhse, near 40mb ((28ms) Harddlsk. graphics monitor. CUSTOM COMPUTERS 288.12 w/1 meg
371-3088 area. Call collect 8137347016. 11-2- Shands-. $242/mo/ 1/2 util + 1/2 sec, MC 266/12-/ $948. MC 386SX- $1086. ran, 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor
375-3881 10.3 pets Ok. Jodi 3787828. 10-30-5-5 Northgate 386/20-/ $2499. Leading Edge $900. Other systems available. 332- I I
12-14-76-2 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd ft battery- 8333. 11-19-15-6 I
Wanted Neat dependable person to share $1995.1 ft 2 year warranties. Onsite war

"Check Our New Specials.. 2 BR/1 BA furnished apt. on SW Archer ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185.. ODEL 20 GAL FISH TANK 1 month old
All Amenities Available SUBLEASE RD 1SO/m 1/2 utll. Dep required 481- HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University with hood and light. $70 obo call Steve i
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED : 3020 Greg. 10294.5 Ave. 12-14-52-6 3355906. 10-31-5-6 I

Roommates We're No.Available I 4 HOUSE/APT. Roommate needed M/F CUSTOM COMPUTERS FOR SALE: Fender Squire bass guitar.Great .

REGENCY OAKS Liberal and responsible 286-12 w/1/ meg ram, graphics monitor, condition, must sell, call 334.6583,
378-5766 WINDMEADOWSI Sublease a large 1 3 bedroom house utilities Incl. 40 meg hard drive, 1 yr on-slte $925 others ask (for Mark. 10-29-3-6
It bd/bth unfurnished apt. Available Immediately Call Dean 3786607. 10-30-5-5 avail. 3328333. 10-26-15-6
3230 SW Archer Road
) Call Astrid 338-6471 or 376- XT computer' 640k turbo, EGA color,
COUNTRY GARDENS 9549. 10-26-7-4 Responsible NS lor pvt bdr w own bath 3 RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants 20meg HD, 144k ft 360k floppies' mouse,
373-4500 blks from UF. 180 mo. nag + util 371- for your dorm or apartment. We modem Lots of great software, $650 Rob
2001 SW 16th Street Sublet cozy 1 1br loft apt 3 blks N of 2556 bdr-2nd bdr used for storage. 10- deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377- 377-8878. 10-2936
12-14-76-2 5265.6 blocks E. ol campus 11-14-20-6
UF on 18 St. $290/mo/ 375-2342.
Seeking high caliber studious rmmt. 21-
Must selll One-way ticket Irom Gainesville
SPACIOUSONE 28 yrs, n/s, no drugs, responsible, broad- Office equip., IBM selectric II, Toshiba to Denver on Dec. 23, 1990. $160.
BEDROOM APT.. minded SWM or straight demeanor GWM copier workstations, desks ft chairs, off. Jimmy 374-9250 alter 2:30pm: or beeper
ONLY'273/MO. Sublet 1 bedroom apartment only reply to share spacious 1 bdr/1 ba supplies, file cabinets, Ig maps. 373- 374-1283 Iv message. 10-31-8-6
Woods. Pool, laundry,
31 in Archer
LYONS APT apt wi am.n. 5-10 min. walk to UF, $165 2128. 10-26-8-6
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 security, pets OK 10-26-5-4 near UF. $290 per 1/2 elec. negotiable. Call'378-4712. Triathlon Centurion Dave Scott bike,
12-14-76-2 month. 373-6727. 10-30-5-5 Club Future (where 2 Live Crew was arrested Shimano 105 components Call 376-6392
) 'Censorship Sucks T-shirts by $450
Lg 1 Ibr, I iba heat/ac. washer/dryer, dish F to share nice quiet 2br house NE resid
LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI! $250 maill Only $14 each, 2 lor $25 or 5 for
moves you In. Close to UF and Shanda. washer. Last ft security paid. SAFE w/wood floors, cent ac ft heat, fans, art $55 tax Incl. White-Pink-Black M/L/XL.
376-1248. 103020.2 GUARDED PLACE 392-4792/472-2928 backyard! w/ env aware-neohlppie-seri- Send check/m.o. to Club Future T-shirt,
alter 00pm.: 10315.4 ous stud. $225/mth total Laura 373-4495.
2100 Hollywood Blvd Hlwd FL 33020.
ONE MONTH FREE 10-29-3-5 10-26-7-6 7 REAL ESTATEHome
Studios and one bedroom Sublease: M/F/ 2 rooms avail In 3bd/2bth

from $235 Walk to UF. College apt In Country Village Avail 191. Need F roommate to share 2bdr/2ba Oxford Waterbed-Kmg 85% waveless mattress, lor sale? Land lor sale? Buyers'
Park Properties 371.7777 $180/$186mth./ Call Lynn 336-4354 or Manor apt. Call 8137255770. 10- heater bookcase headboard, 6-drawer Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell
Stel 1 376-9478. 10315.4 pedestal pads. $325 obo. 3751287eve. your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds
ONE MONTH FREE or security system.. Rockwood Villas-rmmt needed for own ( .) 10-25-5-6 offers you the cheapest way to
Villager West, central' air, quiet 5 ROOMMATESFNS fully turn br/ba. Nice 3br/3ba condo w/all keep your real estate In the public eye
cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street amenities. $225/mo. Call 336-9332. 10- Round trip ticket- Gainesville to Pittsburgh Where else, can you keep your property In

Irom 16th Avej 371.7777 Nov 2325. $225 obo. Call 377- the market lor as little as four dollars a q
share nice house with enviro. Roommate needed ASAP to share I
to very
10-31-23-2 6168. 10-26-6-6 day? To make It even easier, you can
aware veterinary students. Own room nice 2bdr/2ba condo fireplace.. Closeto
place your ad over the phone; all you
4bd/2ba apartment W/D. cent ac, 5 bike $170/mo 1/3 utll. Great location' I Call UF ft SFCC. $237.SO/mo 1/2 util. Call ATTENTION: BIKERS need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call

Irom campus well lit parking pets ok. 3744408. 1025.105Femaleroommate 336-8605. 10-31-5-5 Blinking bikers butt beacons could saver 373-FIND today to place your ad. I
$730/mo/ clean, nice, available Jan. 1. butt. Personal' emergency strobe II I
needed lor spring semester LAKEWOOD VILLAS n/s F needed (for r
377-8965. 10-29-10-2 ust clip to your backside. 3 mile visibility
.. Own room In a great house. own room In 3/2 wash/dry-balcony-feel' 50-70 (lashes per minute. Regular
ROCKWOOD VILLAS-2bd/2ba with Only one block Irom UF. Please call Jennifer sale-guard dog, rent n."otiabl..1/3utll. $29.95 on sale' 19.95 George's Hard \.1

study, blinds, end unit. $575/mo. Call 371-3949. 335-6477. 10-30-4-5 ware. 3424 W University Ave. 378.1321. 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED
335-2703.-10-29-10-2 10-25-5-6
F n/s/ roommate needed In 3bd 2ba new 6 FOR SALE REPAIR

Nice, private & clean, 1 bdr apt. 1 block apt In Greenwich Green 10-26-5-5$220/mon + Couch, loveseat chair, dining table, all Precision Small Engine Pickup & Delivery
Irom UF. Plenty storage, off-street park- 1/3ut. Call 336-0077. TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk 17511 waterbed 70, big desk 25. Call available. 4238 SW 35 Terrace,

Ing. $250 308 SW 12 St. 376-7257. Seeking high caliber studious rmmt. 21- drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters. Scott day 392-6491 or alter' 6 4627122. across from Alley Katz 336-3825. 10-31-
10255.2 responsible broadminded Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 10-25-5-6 37-8
28 yrs, n/s, no drugs,
SWM or straight demeanor GWM yrs. Perfect for small typesetting Jobs.,
Ir kit. bath I bdr/1 ba apt Good machine for small type ahop. System Dorm frldge-$75, kitchen table-$30, ,
apt'for br
Duplex rent 1 only reply to share spacious Classifieds.
chalr-$40 Ibanez ..I.ctrlcgult.r'1325.
lounge/rocker .
Includes 3 rolls a In. RC film & 6 font
bl oil Untv to UF $165 +
ac/heat UF.
3 blocks from 1 w/amen./ 5-lomin..waik
81 Ford
Ave. $250.00 monthly plus security. A l/2elec./ negotiable Call 3784712. 10- disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at 3775535.. 10-26-5-6, Mustang-$975. Continued on next page.
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MUST SEW' $1000 OBO Beat Offer Accepted 3352868. 10.29.3- Daily turnout grooming and TLC. 462. check/money order to: Teachers Support 110 SW 34th St. 338-1000
...Call Ray 335-9312 Iv m.g.** 9 5127. 11-2-40-11 Services Box 2585 Apopka, FL 32704 ph Movies, VCR's, Nintendo Games for rent.
102510.8 4078898469. I 11-2-20-11 I Beta tapes for rent or sale
SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS FOR COLLEGE 25% discount on rentals with this ad.
84' Hartey Sportster Andrew cami 84' Are available! Millions go unclaimed Limit one ad per person per day.
Honda Interceptor 700 cc. $2800 each. yearly. 18003343881. ** LET'S PARTY ** 10-25-2-11
Joe 3786368. 10 WANTEDLocal 11-19-50-11 Gator Boogie 371-4919' Professional DJ
service all musical formats. 12-14-42-' Looking for a quality prog/rock/ group that
Garrelli! Moped For Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class Personal Protection, tear gas pocket 11 can make your party kickl? A Controlled
Sale Great For Campus Good Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine sized, $13.95. Great gift LCM 2841 A Substance Is what you need call 335-
Condition $225 OBO Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10 Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. DON'T BE NEXTII!! 2891. 10-29-4-11
Call Jeff Anytime 3787914. 10-30-58 33406. 10-31-26-11 Protect yourself with the "PARALYZER"
DESPERATEI! Need 2 or 4 tickets for
Keycham unit or home canister $11, 1.95 +
HONDA 500GL SILVERWING runs great. Ga/Fla game. Call 335-7274 leave mes BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS $1.50 shipping (checks OK.) Dade Enter TYPING
$650.00 obo. Call Nick ASAP 3369804. sage. 10-26-8-10
prises PO Box 184407, Little Rock AR
10-30-4-8 72208 call 501-376-2467. 10-30-to'
Need 4 tickets for FSU/Florida football
game In Tallahassee, Saturday Dec 1. 1233 NW 10th Ave. I ll

9 AUTOSORANGE Will pay premium! Call Kathy at Martin 372.1664 NAILS BY VONDELL Typing reports business legal *
Enterprises collect at 516-487-8100 or resumes cassettes transcribed appli.
3131 NW 13 St. 3771763Full
AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW fax 5164878013. 10268.10 Free Pregnancy Test cations letters notary *etc. Available
sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil
RATES, low payments, last drive- Member 24 hours/7 days/372-2777, 12-14-76-
Manicures Pedicures, Limited Time
thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 NEED CASH? Sell me your old comic National Abortion Federation Only. 12
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1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door TIX Need 6 Georgia tix $40/each./ Call
locks, seats, windows, a/c am/lm/ tape, Jeff 407-894-4666. No collect calls. 10-
auto wht ext/blue Int. Exc condmust 25-3-10
sell best offer 3345053. 10-26-16-9

88' Honda CRX HF, white wblue/ Interior CALL JULIE AT 3768592.
32,000ml, 5-speed $6900 obo great gas
mileage very dependable, please call and
Eating Digestive

1974 CADILLAC NEEDED Please call 332-4706 I' A.ctioI1ill

97,000 ELDORADO actual miles, Cold Air, second Need 2 Auburn tickets. Call Marcl at 334- f- Disorders
owner. $1495 3366535. 10-25-5-9 8559. 10.26.3-10 Of

Brand new 90' Eagle Talon fully loaded, NEED 4 AUBURN TICKETSWill "'h
tinted windows, car phone. 7000 ml. pay top $$$. Call 904.292.1948 IfeCJIII
Take over payment. Call Dan 843-9410, leave message. 11-2-8-10
Ivemsg. 11.1-5.9
I need 3 tickets to Florida Auburn. Will
84' Suzuki SJ-410 (Samurai) Convertible pay top $$. Call 376-4337 leave message Thursday 1 October 25, 7:00: p.m.1 WCJBTV20 i

Sports Top a/c, radio, 70K asking 2750. or ask for Sheri. 1128.10
Call 338.0478 student.
Wanted Florida-Georgia tickets. Call collect
1969 LEMANS Loaded, Hot Pink, Rally 904292.1127 before 5pm and 904-
Stripes Great Shape $3,500. Call 378- 642-9246 after 5pm. 10-31-5-10 Eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulemia, can

2559. 10-29-5-9 be serious medical problems which sometimes fatal.
WANTED 2FL vs Georgia tickets Call are
'79 Monte Carlo 90,000m.. Tuns good; 373-4453. Will pay top $. 10-31-5-10 Disorders of the from difficultiesto
"very dependable. New brakes new bat system,

tery. Asking $500. Call and leave message Need 10 Auburn Tickets spastic colon are problems many people suffer in silence.
at 3717094. 10-26-3-9 ,
Will pay big $$. Call Joe 378.4339. '10-
26-2-10 There are solutions to these problems.
76 Triumph Spitfire conv. red wblack
Interior exc. condition runs & looks What can you do?
great. $3000 obo Please call 3755490.
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REFEREEfrom doing." staff meets with the reviewer to State University and played basket Ford. Because he wants to be per
page 12 The SEC director of officials, discuss any problems or missed ball there. fect all the time, Ford says he
Bobby Gaston, said that officialsrun plays. How he got into officiating football regrets committing even the small
requires a certain mentality. about 61/2 miles a game.Ford SEC referees must have at least games is a mystery to him. est error.
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the easier Ford seems to do his job. In addition to running, the SEC sneaked in before that rule said Ford ranks among the best the fans notices something like
"The better the game, the easierit sends a reviewer to every game. came into effect," Ford chuckled. officials in the nation. that. But it bothers me, because I
is to be locked into what I'm After the game, the officiating Ford, 50, attended East Texas But praise is not enough for want to be perfect every time."

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When former UF All-American Mark Everett attends
frenzied Florida Field he is
By MATT FOGLESON a football game at ,
Alligator Writer reminded of the track meets he ran in this summer.In .
UF freshman Louis Rowe didn't quite "Stadiums were packed and the crowds were loud,"
bleed orange and blue at the O'Connell r Everett said. "There was lots of media attention."
Center last night, but he came close. Everett, an Olympian and NCAA champion at UF
A crowd of 3,500 got its first look at whose college eligibility expired earlier this year,was
coach Lon Kruger and the 1990-91 bas- one of the hottest 800-meter{ runners this summer. He
ketball team Wednesday night. Rowe said his best race was his victory in Stockholm,wherehe
was probably the biggest surprise. beat eight of the top 10 half-milers of 1989.
Rowe, a 6-foot-7 guard/forward, America's top track athletes tend to spend most of
scored 14 points in three 10-minute( their summers competing across the Atlantic. See,
intra-squad scrimmages, including track isn't nearly as popular in the United States as it
eight in the first game. is in Europe.
Rowe, who led each of his three "We're just saturated with too many other sports
teams to victories, had his arm here," Everett said. "Track and field is a major sport
scratched midway through the first over there,just like basketball and football are here."
game, but continued despite the drip In the past few years, UF has emerged as one of
ping blood."I the premier track factories in the nation. More and
played pretty well," Rowe said. "I rg 9 more Gators are at the level where they can continueto
was pretty nervous earlier today. I was compete after their college eligibility runs out.
just trying to play and have fun and To continue training and competing at the amateur
impress the coaches. I hope I did that." level once college is over requires financial support,
'* The scrimmages also marked the usually in the form of appearance fees from meet
return of senior forward Livingston organizers and sponsorships from shoe companiesand
Chatman, who quit 10 games into last track clubs like Mazda, Nike and Reebok.
season. Additional money often comes from the United
Chatman scored 15 points on 5-of-9 States Olympic Committee.
shooting and grabbed 10 rebounds, but Former UF javelin thrower Tom Pukstys, whose
showed fatigue late in the game. eligibility also expired this year, is negotiating with a
"Livingston probably hoped that he club after suffering an injury this summer. Pukstyssaid
would have looked a little more com MICHELLE KATZ he likely will join the Mazda Track Club and get
fortable," Kruger said. "But he just UF sophomore Hosie Grimsley finds a wall in the shape of freshman I equipment from Mizuno, a sporting goods company.
wanted to go and get out there and get guard/forward Louis Rowe Wednesday night in the O'Connell Center. Just how much an athlete can receive fluctuates.
started. He'll get more comfortable." "What a club like Mazda will give you depends on
The last game was the closest With and Scott Stewart.In led by guard Sophia Witherspoon, con your publicity potential," Pukstys said.
19 seconds left, the blue led the white game two, Chatman scored eight trolled the orange. Witherspoon contributed He said most of his money in 1991 will come. from
19-17.Senior guard Renaldo Garcia had points and senior guard B.J. Carter 17 points and three rebounds. appearance fees in Europe.
the opportunity to tie the game for the added six to lead the white team to a LaTonya McGhee led the orange "It's not like a salary,"Pukstys said."It just supports
white, but Craig'Brown blocked 26-17 victory. Davis, a 6-foot-7 senior with six points and four rebounds. your training. Its; more like a stipend."
Garcia's shot,sealing the blue's victory.In center,Ignited the crowd with two slam Although the white squad was mainly What an athlete receives ranges from equipment
the first game, five players who dunks and grabbing eight rebounds.The composed of the Lady Gators' top play and no money to the millions of dollars sprinter/long
had starting jobs at some point last size of the crowd surprised some ers, those players won't necessarily be jumper Carl Lewis has made. ,
season lost to a experienced blue of the players. the starters, Ross said. 'Everett said he enjoyed his summer in Europe.
team 1814. Rowe, junior guard Brian "Because we were 7-21 last year, I Ross said the offense-shy Lady Ga "It was a very important experience for me,"Everett
Hogan and freshman forward Martti probably wouldn't have come," said tors plan to use their defense this sea said. "The constant adjustments you have to make
Kuisma led the blue to victory over the Poole. "But I'm happy they did." son as a catalyst for their offense. will help prepare me for the Olympics."
I" starting five of Chatman, Dwayne Witherspoon leads Lady GatorsFor Alligator writers Mike Schultz and Everett traveled from country to country, runningin
Davis, Hosie Grimsley, Stacey Poole the Lady Gators,the white squad, Marc Laroze contributed to this report. each nation's biggest meet of the year."That's .
one of the reasons the Crowds are so
spirited," he said. "You face each county's national

I Life as a football official isn't easyBy champion.Other former" Gators are still competing. Dennis

Mitchell, one of the world's fastest sprinters, has not
MATT ADAMS Ford said the absence of malicious "The toughest call to make in every run as well as he did in 1989, when he ranked thirdin
Alligator Writer intent by the fans does not make any of game-I I want it to be mine. And I wantto the world in the 100 meters.
those stadiums easier places to work. get it right. Mitchell,did, however,,. anchor the .United States
"., If you want to be loved, Al Ford says, "When you can't hear, you can't hear," But getting some of those calls right 400-meter( relay team to a stunning victory at the
don't be a Southeastern Conference,ref. Ford said. "Just about every stadium in depends on intuition, Ford said. Goodwill Games in Seattle.
eree. this league gets loud enough for that"Ford "As soon as you see something, you UF hurdler Earl Diamond is running for Reebok
Affection doesn't come with the terri has been officiating football for react to it.You know what you're looking and appeared In one of its commercials this summer.
tory., more than 27 seasons the last nine in at, you've got an opinion. I'd say 99 per Former Gator Torn Nohilly, the 1989 NCAA steeplechase --
"If you go into it thinking you're going the SEC. Last weekend he worked the cent of the time, that opinion's the right champion, also is 'busy training for the
to make everybody happy, then you've Vanderbilt-Georgia game'in Athens, Ga. one." coming season.
got the wrong job," Ford said. Ford said he has often thought about The important thing to do, Ford says, UF track athletes tend to stay in Gainesville to train
Every weekend Ford enters one of 10 why he picked such a thankless hobby. is to make the call and not think about it. after their eligibility is finished."I .
SEC stadiums wearing a striped shirt. It Many officials, he said, say they do it "If you stop and dwell on the conse- get lots of offers to train in other places" ," Everett
doesn't matter where he is, by the end of to give something back to the game.: quences to the teams if you make this said. "But Gainesville is the place to be. '
the game, at least half the fans in the Ford, however, has his own reasons, call,you'll get caught,up and worried and correction -
stadium are ready to kill him. "I 's purely a test for yourself,"he said. ,miss even more calls during the game." ,
f"; "Ifs nothing personal. I know that," "You want to be 100 percent every game, Officiating isn't hard, he said, but it, Miami played Alabama in last year's Sugar Bowl.
Ford said. "It's just that you're the guy just like coaches or athletes. As officials, see Referee, page 11 ThAlligatorreported otherwise on this page Wednesday -
with the yellow flag in his pocket." we want to get every call right every time. .. ,

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