<%BANNER%>
The Independent Florida alligator
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028290/00585
 Material Information
Title: The Independent Florida alligator
Portion of title: Florida allgator
Alligator
Alternate Title: University digest
University of Florida digest
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Campus Communications, Inc.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1990
Publication Date: 1973-
Frequency: daily (except saturdays, sundays, holidays and exam periods, aug.-apr.); semiweekly (may-july)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: Online databases   ( lcsh )
Online databases.
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Also available online.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 65, no. 75 (Feb. 1, 1973)-
General Note: "Not officially associated with the University of Florida."
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000470760
oclc - 13827512
notis - ACN5549
lccn - sn 86010448
issn - 0889-2423
System ID: UF00028290:00585
 Related Items
Preceded by: Florida alligator

Full Text
.
.



i>luit florida ctt t a

9
8 4
7 6 5

ofIIJIdUILJFLg1IcaL1IunJIcJP.IIoLFRIDAY Don't forget to set your :

clock back an hour at 2

Not .
a.m. Sunday.Store .
,




I owners put up sign to protest burglars :I



man Clapp accused of the crime lives out-
By MATTHEW SAUER
side the boundaries, she said.
Alligator Writer
Gainesville police spokeswoman U.Sadie
Things may turn sour for anybody who Darnell said the case had no problem with
steals from Sweet Williams. jurisdiction, but with a lack of evidence.
The northwest convenience store has Darnell said the store's manager, Sandy
been broken into one too many times, and Villa, got the name of the accused burglar 1
the owners have posted a sign out front from a third person,but she won't tell police ILL
declaring "National Kill-A-Thief Week." that person's identity.She .
Sandra Clapp said she and her husband said the best way for Clapp to help l
William, co-owners of Sweet Williams Con- solve the case is to tell police who gave her
venient Foods, 120 NW 39th Ave., put up the name or to wait until police conclude
the placard:: as a statement of their frustrations their investigation.
at the way local police 'are handlingthe Darnell said she is concerned about
burglary cases. people's attitudes toward the sign.
"Our store has been robbed twice in two "A burglar,by definition, is someone who
rill
months,"Clapp said. "I 1 went into the (neigh- steals property," she said. "Are you valuinga
borhood) around the store and found out life less than a piece of property?"
who did it and, like the stupid citizen I am, Lynn Phillips, one of Clapp's employees,
gave_the guy's name to the police. They said he became frustrated with police inac-
haven't done anything about it. People saw tivity after a confrontation with a shoplifter
the guy selling my beer and cigarettes out ended in Phillips' arrest rather than the
the front door of his house." criminal's.
Sandra Clapp said Thursday the sign and Phillips said he chased the shoplifter out
her story! have prompted several national of the store and fired a gun he was carryinginto
television shows to contact her. the air when the man would not stop.
AU'ontR: CIGA
"We're supposed to be on 'Paul Harvey'and He said he was arrested for shooting a gun saD HE TTES'
we've heard from 'Good Morning within city limits. '.
America' and 'Regis and Kathy Lee,' she "We have such an efficient police depart- tw.
ment that they let the criminal go and I I C.. Y

said.Clapp said Gainesville police told her they charged the store employees with the ,. .... .. .
could not make an arrest in the incident crime," Phillips said. "There's something
because of a jurisdictional problem with the wrong with the system." KEVIN WISNIEWSKI-ALLIGATOR
Alachua County Sheriffs Office. The burglary Alligator staff photographer Kevin Sweet Williams convenience store owners William and Sandra Clapp placed this signIn I
took place within city limits, but the Wisniewski contributed to this report. front of their store on Northwest 39th Avenue after several recent burglaries.



University Senate. plans Prepaid tuition program

I

four-year events calendar sales surpass 100,000By

Although the program offers no interest,
DEBBIE CENZIPER
LEIGH GLENN your child there as a freshman, they give Denslow said' if the money was instead
By Writer you a little card that tells you the date of Alligator Staff Writer placed in a savings account or a certificateof
Alligator commencement if they finish\\fl four years." About 65,000 families have tried to beat deposit, the interest would be taxed.
The University Senate on Thursday set The academic calendars for the next four the inflating cost of higher education by But the program.does have its pitfalls,he
dates for exams, holidays and registrationfor years are as follows: paying their children's college tuition yearsin said. It's impossible to predict what will
the next four years,the first time UF has In 1991.92, fall begins Aug. 26 and advance and at today's prices. happen 10 or 15 years from now in Florida's
planned its general calendar more than a commencement is Saturday, Dec. 21. The three-year-old Florida Prepaid Col- mobile population, and designating money
year in advance. Spring begins Jan. 6 and Spring Break is lege Program freezes the cost of Florida's for changeable education plans is tricky."If .
The Senate, the group representing fac- March 9-13. Summer classes begin Mon- college tuition and dormitory rates by put- you're sure your child is going to go
ulty concerns, annually juggles UFs 220 day, May 11. ting parents' money into a state trust fund. to a state university, this is a good plan,"
academic days, but this time it set the In 1992-93, fall begins Aug. 24 and That money, which is guaranteed by the Denslow said.
calendar until 1994-95. Senators tried to commencement is Dec. 19. Spring begins state, goes to a seven-member board of But if a college-bound student does de-
schedule a two-year calendar in 1989, but Jan. 5 and Spring Break is March 8-12. directors, who invest it and use profits to cide to go out of state or to a private school,
Academic Affairs Associate Vice President Summer classes begin May 10. defray tuition hikes down the road. parents can shift the money to another child.If .
Keith Legg said the plan was dismissed In 1993-94, fall begins Aug. 23 and More than 100,000 prepaid tuition and that is not an option,parents can get their
because of a misunderstanding: commencement is Dec. 18. Spring begins dormitory! contracts have been sold,at a face money back, void of interest a common
While the Senate committee that makes Jan. 4 and Spring Break is March 7-11. value of about$425 million,said the board's complaint among critics of the program.
calendar proposals thought multi-year plan- Summer courses start May 9. executive director, Bill Montjoy. He said If the student attends a private school,the
ning was unconstitutional it later found it In 1994-95,' fall begins Aug. 22 and because legislators created the program in program will pay tuition costs up to the
wasn't. ''commencement is Dec. 17. Spring begins 1987, it's too soon to predict its future. amount of public school rates. The leftover
.."Last year,we embarked upon a different Jan. 9 and Spring Break is March 6-10. But the program already has been a suc- costs would be up to the family.
plan thinking that if one could schedule Summer classes begin May 15. cess, he said:The State University System, University of Miami Assistant Controller
football games five or six years in advance An item that dominated much of the which includes nine public universities and AnneMarie Pascual said private university
that we might be able to schedule university discussion was student concerns about 28 community colleges, doesn't lose any students probably would want a similar sav-
calendars that far, too," Legg said. Dead Week,the week before final exams money and students only stand to gain by ings option.Because private universities are
,So, now feeling "constitutionally vigorous and winter break.By definition,Dead Week'Is dodging inflation, Montjoy said. not state-run, they don't participate In the
,"the committee scheduled not only the a week.during which instructors do not UF economics Professor David Denslow program, she said.
1991-92 year,but the three years following. give tests or homework, allowing students. said by' investing money now for future "I think that if people knew that they
"Many other schools have calendars evena extra study time.. education costs, not only can families insu- wanted to come to the University of Miami
decade In advance," said Legg. "In fact, if late themselves from raised tuition prices, that far in advance; certainly they would
:Iou go to Indiana University. when,you bring'Ui see Calendar, page 4 .. but they also can benefit from a tax break. react very! favorably"

.. .. ...... f w -
.. ------_- ..... _- _" ............ -- .....- -- a a..=+rn es s .-.".*..,- -. ----e......._---- ---



j

ALLIGATOR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,1990WHAT'S


I I SPECIALIZING IN
HAPPENINGHappy
SZECHUAN, HUNAN AND

CANTONESE STYLES

hour: Transfer Activities entertainment. Call 375-6291. non-students in costume. Call Andreas 8 Lunch Buffet

Council members will meet at the Food, dancing and more: The at 334-6384. ANQ 8 Dinner Specials
Orange & Brew tonight at 7 for a sixth annual Greek Festival begins Slide show: The Students in African > ff 8 Banquet Rooms

happy hour and to collect Florida- today at 5 p.m. at Westside Park. Studies Association meets todayat CHINESE
8
Georgia coupons. Call 3761757. Sponsored by Gainesville's St. Eliza 4:30: in Grinter Hall Room 471. Take out service
Party time: Costumes are re- beth Greek Orthodox Church, the Mary Spear will show slides on RESTAURANT "One of the best Chinese

quired for entrance into the Psi! Chi festival runs through Sunday and Ghana and the American Embassyin restaurants In town"

Psychology Club's annual Halloween features Greek culture.No Accra. Open after "Growl' until 11:00: pm

party Saturday at 9 p.m. in the ants allowed: Bring a bathingsuit The good word: The Intervarsity 3830 SW 13th St. Across from Legends 3364464 336-8037
Hawaiian Village Apartments club and a costume to the classics Christian Fellowship, an interde- wall
house. Call Lisa at 3364271. department's picnic and second annual nominational student-run organization
New education group:The newly Halloween party Saturday at 4 meets Fridays at 7 p.m.in Reitz
formed African-American Education p.m. Maps are in Dauer Hall Room Union Room 346. Tonight's speakeris
Guild meets Sunday at 2 p.m. in Nor 3C. Call Cathy at 373-5156. Steve Saint who will lead a discus-
man Hall Room 184. All education Costumes, please: The Gay and sion on missions. Call 377-4860. EARN UP TO $500

majors and minors are encouragedto Lesbian Student Union is having its NAACP meeting: The NAACP
attend. Food will be served after second annual Halloween Bash Sat meets tonight at 6 in the Reitz Union. Do you use your inhaler dally for your asthma?

the meeting. Call Alfred at 3353576or urday from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Please Check the elevators for the room

392-5882. bring costumes. Call the gay switch number. Call Karl at 3348090.The Are you a non-smoker between the ages of
Bob for apples: The Waldorf board at 332-0700. human comedy: Instant Coffee
School of Gainesville hosts its annual Have a ball: VISA'S annual Hal- Theatre, a campus-based com 18-65, a male or sterile female?

Halloween festival Saturdayfrom loween Ball is tonight at 8 at the edy troupe performs tonight at 7:30:
5-9 p.m. at 921 SW Depot Ave. Holiday Inn across from campus. in the Broward Hall basement. Admission Are you available one weekday morning a week

Officials promise unicorn rides The ball is free to UF students witha is $1 with a student activity for 1.2+ hours?
games, mouth-watering treats and fee card $3 for non-students and$2 card and $2 otherwise.

-----, If your answer Is yes to all of the questions, we

Alley Katz I rPOSTERS I of il :m: ,11 fll1I- want you for our research with an Innovative new

I BUY 1 Get 2nd at I Presents drugl! Call the Asthma Lab at 392-9086 for more

I Half Price O'P IMIO I Information I
Open until 1 amMan I ASHIMA'S1L I ALIEN SEX FIEND

Thurs ,1L 1029 W. UNIV. AVE. 376.4594, Nov. 27 $7
5.
: :.. :._.

r -::- :;; r----------- SKINN PUpp
All T HOLES I FREE 1/2 i
w YOU CAN PLAY
I I I I Nov. 28 a $13
d' site!] $12 u..::atrelfCluh HOUR OF
I f I Per person w/roupon, I I Tickets On Sale Now
L 4 Miles West of Green fees k Carl, i i HALLOWEEN
1.75 on 5 R 26 2 person minimum I AT: Central City,
t32 2721 Exp 131-90 I
wastes "': e. 1 ;
I I 1to8pml Ticket Master, Vamp &

5E I 'IOL only I Schoolkids Records

._. GAMII I Anyday I BASH
FOil 'HI I'IOl'LI I'tAY I COMBO TICKETSfor
71.W.1.10111.26CCa AEHOBIC' RACQUETS
;IHORTI.TEAM SALES IOUIPUENT 8PECK1IST9' I I BOTH SHOWS
Only on*coupon per table
Pine, :Mm a UM Panama lot 0 Across from Chill I $1822 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31
l 10 Gainesville Health a Fltnesa Archer .
174-4OO L3.:: :. 37T 'POOL.Mal> AT


volume 84 ISSN 0889-2423 number 44


rl


alligatorNot
r -

Not officially associated w .., ..,ol,Gainesville FL

New Room 176-44M

Editor, ....... ... .. .... ....... ................... ..Judy A. Pkmkott Copy DBlk Chief .............. .... .... ............Tracy Burllng_ T
Managing Editor .... .. .. ............ ............ .. ...M. D. Cum.ll Assistant Copy Desk Chief ...... .... .............. ......... Dm Win.
New Editors, .. .. ... .. .. .............Quail Boucher Dan Evan Art Director .............................. .... ....Stephanie Swisher
String Editor .. .. .. ........ ................ ..... .Donya CurIe Assistant Art Director" ...................... ............Laura Detach
Pholo Editor .. .. .. .. ... ... ........ ............ .....Nelli,.. Water Applause Editor .................. ............... ....Jeremy Helligar
Opinion Editor .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..............Jacqueline Realm. Assistant Applause Editor ........... ..... .... .. ...... Steve Gillilind, ,
Sport. Editor,. .. .. ...... .. .. ...... .......... ........ .. Ron Kasprisk. Applause Art Director .......... .... .... ..............Kor.n Wheeler REIfERr
Assistant, Sports Editor ............ .. .. ........ .......... Gregg Doyel Librarian ................................ .. .. ..........Joan Hamby
Projects Editor .. .. .. ... .4...... .... .... .. .. .. .. "DonY8 Curtis. On SUN. .. ...... .... ............. ... .Mike Bruae811.Debbie Consiper
Sharon Ginn,J. S. Sullivan

Display Adv.rtlalngI7"2 Classified Advertising 173-RND
Advertising. Director .. ............................ .. Patricia Carey FEATURINGLIVE
Advertising, Secretary .. .. ............ .............. P.nny OiPalma Classified Supervisor .................... ..........Laurl. Sprague
Intern Coordinator, . ... ......... .. .......Christina L. Salvatore
Promotions, .. .. .. .. ............ ........ .......... Paul Sz.lo Production ROCK BY
Production Manager ........................,..... Monette Helgeson & ROLL ,
Salt Repreeanletlvea Assistant. Production Manager ..........................Scott Andron
Ben BatesMark Robert J. Ford Brian O'Rourke Advertising Production Supervisors .;....Christine Barber Paul A. Fulop
Coleman Valerie Fosser Adrienne. Baby Cynthia A Potter Siobhan Whit. INSIDE OUT
John Edwards Erie M. Franz.n Christina L. Salvator. Advertising Typesetter ...... ...... .......... ..,......... Daniel, Katz
Amanda Esoobw Chris Michatapoulo Lynn M. Spinello Editorial Production Supervisor .. .... .. .... ........ ..... Rachel Ibarra

8u.IIIOO.,7..444I
General Manager ... .................................C.E. Barber. Operation."
Controller ........ .. ... ..........................Virginia Carroll Operations Manager .................................,.Wait Woolon $1.25 SHOOTERS
Accountant. .......................... ...........Richard McNaugM Circulation.Manager ...........,,.......... ............. JoN Comas
Bookkeeper .......... .. ......................... Calories Grainger
Promotions Manager ?.. .. ............ ............... Debbie Stool $2.00 COVER

r M Independent Florida Alligator'is a student newspaper serving the University ol Florida,published by a non-proit! Ml (c(3))( ) educational organization'
a 'ta<-.'empt, Florida educational Institution under FS. 21206: Campus Communications Inc. P.O. Bon 142S7. Gainesville FL 32604. The AMpafarla" ONE FREE WELL DRINKWADMISSION
published Monday through Friday mornings,except during holidays and exam periods.During UF summer academic.terms" TN Alligator I*published Tuesday
and Thursday. '
The Alligator,la a member of the American Newspaper Publishers Association,Florida P.... Association and Southern University Newspaper.

Subscription", /Ralsa
One Semester (Fall or Spring) ..",...e.......................................".............................. 5.00 18 AND
Two Semesters (Fait Spring) ............ ......................................:...........................1 S2100 OVER WELCOME
Summer Semester........................................................................................... MOO
Full Year(All Semesters) ...................................................................... ...........:.. 13500
THE MILL OAKS MALL PLAZA 331-0110
The AWf e *r ffioM are'located, 1106 W.Unrver. y Ave.Classified advertising oan be placed at that boatlon trap I a.m4 p.m.Monday through Friday,
weep for holiday Classified oan also be .placed.. at,th* UF Campus Shop and Bookstore at the Hub, Shands. and at,.the. oashier'*office of the Rertt Union.
o CopyrIght MO.. All right.. r-*. No portion of Taw 4alf may be reproduced In any means without the wrltlen consent of sm otfloer of Campus
c-nlcatlon.. !Ina Tt 111101t

t 12
!. t -



FRIDAY,OCTOBER 26,1990,ALLIGATOR. 3


I Local bands to play Paynes Prairie benefit concert 'il I IBy

-
PATRICIA LEE of local music put together by 10 bands to an extension of Southeast 16th Avenue that tapes which will be on sale at the concert
Alligator Writer raise money for the Alachua County Trust would connect to Hawthorne Road,viewed and soon at local record stores, benefit the
a fund set up to save the Prairie. by environmentalists as a major threat to the Prairie project.
Local bands will team up to help save "We thought the concert would be a good wildlife and wetlands of the area. The Saturday concert put together by
Paynes Prairie Saturday at a free campus way to help out but we wanted to keep the Saturday's concert includes speakers be- EAG and SG's environmental affairs and
concert that Student Government officials cause local"said Matt Herrero guitarist tween the acts, EAG President Benjamin campus involvement cabinets should be a
hope will become an annual event. Henrietta's Lovers and coordinator of the Pargman said. The three speakers will de- yearly event officials say.
The first Fall Underground Music Festivalat event. "Paynes Prairie was the best choice liver short messages about environmentalissues "We agreed to it right away because we
the UF Bandshell the closing event of because everyone is in unison about it and and informative literature also will be thought it was a great idea" Student Body
the Environmental Action Group's Rainforest it's a symbol of Gainesville." distributed he said. Vice President Kevin Mayeux said. "It's a

Action Week. The acts for the 4-10 p.m. The Paynes Prairie controversy sparked The 10-song() sampler tape named for an good way for students to hear good local
show are the Dingo Fish Band, Screaming bands while helping out. It'd be a fantastic
when a South Florida developer planned to obscure law that makes it illegal to dance at
Helens, Hetch Hetchy Tone Unknown build a 620-unit() complex on the western the Hardback Cafe where many local bands thing to continue."
Henrietta's Lovers and NDolphin.The edge of the prairie was heightened when play also features music by Aleka's Attic The bands are performing for free and
concert also is a promotional event the Florida Department of Transportation What Anne Likes. Subject Mutley Chix and SG is paying about$6,000 for security clean-
for Gainesville Can't Dance Vol. I I. a sampler proposed the Southern Bypass.The Bypass The Unidentified. Proceeds from the $5 up and technical set-up, he said.


Former U.N. ambassador

I E I Ih

to speak at Reitz Union '

-
military ranks until he retired as Career
By JENNIFER C. MITCHELL
Minister and Ambassador. He also has been
Alligator WriterA
involved in environmental issues."I .
former American ambassador to Costa acquired a very considerable knowl-
Rica will give a free speech to UF students edge of tropical ecology and developed a
today to open a weekend conference for background on it," Boonstra said.
Florida's Model United Nations. ACCENT and the UF Model United Na-
Clarence Boonstra, who has been involved tions Club are presenting Boonstra as part
in diplomacy for more than 50 years of the Florida International National Model
will speak on The U.S. and the U.N.; is it United Nations '90. Florida high schools
Worth the Effort?"at 5:30: in the Reitz Union and colleges will participate in conference
Ballroom. Boonstra participated in short- events throughout the weekend. ?
term negotiations abroad and was a Foreign "We try to promote international aware-
Service officer for more than 30 years. ness," said Alice Shu vice president of the
Boonstra said students should be con- UF Model U.N. Club. "Another one of our
cerned about world affairs. goals is solving national problems."
"If college students don't understand international Shu said many political science and pre-
relations we don't have hope for law majors actively participate to gain good
the rest of society" he said. speaking experience. The club attends con-
Boonstra said that he became involved in ferences in the spring and plans to go to
diplomacy because of his strong interest in Florida State University and Auburn Univer-
the topic and because of World War II. sity next semester she said.
The coincidence of World War II pro- Boonstra was twice employed as U.S.
vided more opportunity to enter Interna- representative on U.N. commissions devel-
tional relations" said Boonstra,who workedhis oping special projects and now lives in
way through economic political and Gainesville.



Two UF .seniors attacked beatenby
I

: four. men with ax: outside clubTwo

UF students were attacked with head with the handle and required sev-
an ax early Thursday morning after leaving : eral stitches, Darnell said., He'was
'a downtown 'nightclub; Gainesville 'treated at Alachua General! Hospital.

police spokeswoman:Lt Sadie'Darnell Adkins,who had a broken leg said his k
said. crutches were pulled out from under his
Political science: senior, Steven ,arms and one oj( the men used them as.
Gielazyn;22,and advertising senior Paul a weapon.
*:Adkins 22,'were attacked about 2 a.m 1
down the street from Barnacle'Jack's Darnell said police recovered both '
,'100 S.: Main Si::,' by four men who beat weapons at the scene and are looking for STEPHANIE SOMMER
them with an'axand a separate. ax handle.' ,,the suspects who were ,driving a blue. Accounting for charity
lOr Darnell said. ,. Ford .pickup.truck. Accounting Professor Robert Knechel takes a dip in a dunking booth I

4 Z Gielazyn I ,was.hit,in _the:back ',of,the .-:-MATTHEW SAVER Thursday to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House of Gainesville.



I Rare, special edition books available at library sale I

-
tradition. 'Linda Connell and Kit literature fiction science mysteryand Kinan Rawlings, Ayn Rand Barry By the time the doors opened at
By BETH STRICKLAND Hartwell co-chairpersons of the humor. In addition to books, Goldwater Ansel Adams and nine the line had already woven
Alligator Writer ,sale said the majority of the booksare the library is selling records, com- Harry Crews. The first editions of around the parking lot and down
This weekend more than donated by citizens and that the pact discs'videos games stamp Life and Rolling Stone magazineswill the street as far as Eighth Avenue.
250,000' books selling at prices selection of books is always incred- collections, art prints and maga- be for sale as well as a selec- However for those who wish to
ranging from 25 cents to. $1 for ible. zines. tion of regional books by Florida avoid the crowd the sale has been
paperbacks and 75 cents to $2 for Connell said people from ages For the collector there is the authors. extended to five days instead of
hardbacks can be found at the two to 99 will find something that Collector's Corner a special area The sale located at 430 N. Main the usual four and the tables are
Friends of the Library's Annual interest them in books whose sub- designated for rare books first edi- St., always has a huge crowd turnout constantly filled with new books.
Book Sale. jects range from A to Z. Some tion books and autographed cop- so Hartwell suggests patrons Judy Block an instructor at
The sale, which'starts Oct. 21 topics include drama, religion ies, show up early. Santa Fe Community College has
and benefits the Alachua County ecology medicine politicshistoryand Included in this year's collect- "Last year [people) started gath- see Books, 8
Library,is a 35-year-old Gainesville hobbies. There are books of ables are signed books by Marjorie ering at four a.m.," Hartwell said. page


.;,



1

4.ALLIGATOR.FRIDAY OCTOBER 26,1990'''


I ELSEWHERE I POSTER SALE




I Budget negotiators work on detailsWASHINGTON 50% OFF


(UPI) Budget negotiators, sens- In early afternoon, Senate Republican leader Bob Buy 1 Get 2nd at 1 1/2 OFF
ing a "drive toward conclusion," struggled Thursdayover Dole of Kansas said "at least two dozen issues"
final details of a deficit-cutting plan that raised remained unresolved,including some spending cuts,
everyone's gasoline and excise taxes and put new tax "a number of issues on the tax side"and agriculture.And 3 DAYS ONLY
burdens on the rich. Chairman Lloyd Bentsen, D-Texas, of the 1028ASHMS
10/26 -
"Every American family is going to have to bear Senate Finance Committee, one of those scurrying
part of the sacrifice,"Chairman Leon Panetta,D-Calif., from meeting to meeting, said that"we've got a lot of
of the House Budget Committee said. work to do" before the deal is set.
Negotiators met back and forth across the Capitol, Among outstanding issues, Panetta said, were "a
trying to nail down the last elements of the elusive huge number" of tax issues, whether to extend some
plan, which House Democrats embraced during a expiring business tax breaks and whether to agree to
1029 W. Univ. Ave. 376-4594
caucus Wednesday and which President Bush on language in the Senate bill granting new tax breaksto
Thursday appeared willing to support. encourage oil drilling.
Asked about the still-unfinished budget deal while "I have a feeling it may be more controversial than
jogging on the grounds of the vice presidential residence some of the other stuff,"Panetta said of the. oil-drilling
in Washington, Bush told reporters he 'was breaks. Friday, October 26th
"feeling good about it." But he added, "I sense that there is a drive toward
The president does believe this budget report is a conclusion" of the budget process a 10-month( Time: 10pmProgressive
historic bipartisan agreement," White House press partisan tug of war that began in January when Bush band
secretary Marlin Fitzwater said. "Although the proc unveiled his fiscal year 1991 budget plan and includeda : r.,
ess has been somewhat tortuous,we can believe there bipartisan budget summit that produced a deal the WMATT mm OKE3...
has been solid achievement." House rejected earlier this month.

. Mayor Barry's sentencing set for todayWASHINGTON I Songs Tin Can Include,Please: Don't Start, ; *r

Funk It Up,Dog!... n.

(UPI) Mayor Marion Barry elude that he tried to obstruct justice. Admission: $2.00 Students .
faces a possible jail term today, just 11 days before Paul Martin, a spokesman for the U.S. Sentencing $3.00 Non-students
voters decide whether to allow him to remain in public Commission, said Thursday that if Jackson finds that
office as an elected member of the City Council. Barry obstructed justice, Barry could be sentencedto
Barry, a three-term mayor, is scheduled for sentencing two months to eight months in prison,which would '... : : ss ?TrY<
at 10 a.m. in U.S. District Court on a misde- supersede the six-month maximum."If W 4"' ; J! t i' ': f Jt;':f f.l
meanor drug possession conviction. The sentencing the judge finds the mayor obstructed justice, ,
hearing comes 2 1/2 months after a jury convictedhim that means straight probation is excluded," Martin
on a single count, acquitted him on another and said. There will be some confinement.
deadlocked on 12 other counts. Of 370 drug possession cases nationwide from Saturday, October 27th
U.s.Attorney Jay Stephens i is expected to ask Judge November 1987 to February 1989, Martin said 39.5 Time 10pmAcoustic
Thomas Penfield Jackson to impose a prison sentence. percent of those convicted received prison terms;52.2 :
But Barry's attorney, R. Kenneth Mundy, is ex- percent got straight probation; 4 percent got fined Guitarist
pected to argue that Barry should not be sent to prison only; and 3.8 percent received "intermittent confine-
because he is a first-time drug offender. ment" restricted to spending nights or weekendsat David Harris
Under federal sentencing guidelines,a first offensefor a halfway house.
drug possession carries a sentencing range from While almost half of those convicted received jail FREEFor
probation to up to six months in prison. Barry's time,Martin said some pleaded to lesser charges from
chances of getting a prison term apparently are enhanced more serious crimes, making jail time more likely. more information call 392-1655
based on recommendations in a presentencing "Through plea bargaining, they may have pleaded
report given to Jackson by the U.S. Probation down to simple possession from a more serious drug Student Funded by
Office. offense. That may be at work here in some of the Government "'-""""
The report urged Jackson to exercise his option of cases,and it might. be slightly skewing those results,"
giving a more severe sentence to Barry because of Martin said.
his failure to accept responsibility for his offense. It If Barry is given jail time,or ordered to spend nightsor
also recommended a harsher sentence because there weekends at a halfway house, he would not haveto
was enough evidence that Barry lied to a grand jury resign as mayor because he was convicted of a GRADUATING SENIORS:

regarding drug use, thus allowing Jackson to con- misdemeanor. Now it's time for a career.

Prepare to work in law as a.PARALEGAL.


CALENDARfrom discretionary review days" whichis from apartment complexes to cam-
1 probably too open-ended to ben- pus.Sorensen said UF also is look-
page at The National Center for
efit either students or professors. ing into starting more evening and Paralegal Training
Bret Berlin, head of the Student Provost Andrew Sorensen weekend classes to spread out stu- MIAMI FORT LAUDERDALE
Government task force lookingInto closed the meeting by discussing dents and cars over a longer period College degree or employee sponsorship
the Dead Week problems, led UF parking problems. He listed of time, not just the usual 8 a.m. to required
the discussion. Berlin wants the various ways of increasing supply 5 p.m. routine.In .
last three days of Dead Week to bea and reducing demand. 4 month day8 month evening programs
other business, senators
time for review-not one where ap- Employment assistance
One of augmenting supplyis
way proved a joint program leading to
new material is presented.He to buy areas near UF such as the degrees of Juris Doctor and a Faculty of practicing attorneys
said he feels 80 percent of bike shops and the Holiday Inn, Masters of Arts in Mass Commu- Classes in Miami or Ft. Lauderdale
students have no problems with raze and pave them.A Senate mem- nication,final approval of the PRO- Student loans for qualified students
Dead Week, but the task force is ber suggested developing more TEACH program tn the College of
there to look out for the other 20 parking garages to prevent plowing Education and the consolidation of Meet with our representative "

percent. UF greenspace for parking lots. undergraduate programs in Fruit Wed. &Thurs., Nov.7 & 8,9; am- 4 pm
!Legg pointed out that the current Other,suggestions from sena- Crops, Ornamental Horticultureand Contact College Placement Office for an appointment.Call .
undergraduate student hand tors included a rail system and a Vegetable Crops into one pro- or write for a free brochure and more information.
book calls Dead Week"a of bus line that would called --
Horticultural -
period specific run gram Science. ---- -- -------
The National Center for Paralegal Training

1460 Brickell Ave.,Suite; 200e Miami,FL 33131

((305)) 377.1460 /((800)) 535-5093
Name .
Everyone Notices J\M Addrcti
City State Zip: _

Alligator Classifieds! \\a \ V Phone College!(day) Yr.(Ceve.Grad) -_
,
F Beat time 10 call ill
,_,-, -, A.MT: or PAtI



',<. .,if-lo!"...< .___-'-____.__.._...............___.._.____..-...-_ .._ .
-" -- -- - ...._- -- ..-_. --- -- ---- -



t 1

,OCTOBER 26.1990,ALLIGATOR,5



I Professor teaches Russian culture il


I
\
I
is 1



f
i
.









JVau
By LEIGH GLENN coming to the United States, she "You realize how the press of
Alligator Writer experienced four years of a sort of one country colors the events in
political thawing under Poland's another how twisted the views
The second-floor office in Dauer Wladyslaw Gomulka. At the time, are, how local the values are. You
Hall overlooks a sidewalk and stu- Poland "was loosening up and get a distance from all these sorts
dents making their way here and opening to the West there was of local priorities."
there. If the year were 1961 and the permission to travel, and a varietyof As a college student in the early
setting were the University of points of view in the newspa- 1960s,Stephan believed she would
Michigan, Russian professor pers," she said. stay briefly in the United States, b
Halina Stephan could have been But Stephan made the transitioninto long enough to learn English and
one of those students.At a freer society without a hitch. then return to Poland. But she be-
the time,she was getting usedto "The adaptation to the States came intrigued by the defrostingof
a society and culture completely was not especially difficult. It was the Cold War. Being here gave
different from those of her native interesting," she said. "It was dif- her a new perception on Europe.
alpine town of Zakopane, Poland. ferent, a very casual, pleasant, Although she hadn't anticipated MICHELE KATZ
Professor Halina Stephan, who lived under a Stalinist regime,
To this day, the image of the friendly, open society. I was usedto ending up in the United States, I
draws on her experiences in Eastern Europe to teach classes that
western supermarkets stands out a much tighter-knit society. It Stephan always knew she would
in her mind. was much more challenging,much get a doctoral degree and teach explore the region's culture.
"It's a contrast between the tiny more open to walk into." college. students. The only thing collections in French and English. "What we do in the classroom is
food stores and the large super- Stephan doesn't wince at the stopping her was the language.But "Whenever we had problems in really a small segment of what
markets," she said. "All of a sud- thought of returning to Eastern a role model in Poland in- physics or math that we couldn't needs to be .done to acquire a
den, everything is in reach. It's Europe. It's something she does spired her not only to learn a lan- solve, we always would go to language," she said.
affordable. It's simply a visual con- every summer. Stephan lives in guage but to learn for learning'ssake. Grandma, and she would sit down "A bright-eyed freshman comesin
trast." Russia, Poland and Germany for The woman, Jadwiga and help us with those," Stephansaid. with the idea, 'Will I be able to
"It was fascinating," she said. parts of each year. Stobodzinska, was the grand- ."She picked me up when I was talk Russian when I'm finished?'
"You can imagine the society "By this time, I find that it's mother of one of Stephan's friends. six years old and taught me And I have to say, 'Yes, you'll be
that I grew up in was post-war, the absolutely the best possible exis- "(Stobodzinska) French. But I didn't re- able to say many things in Russian,
deprivation of the country was tence," she said. "Not really travel, was an absolutely tain that much. but you won't be able to talk Rus-
quite serious and socialism cer- because every time I'm with the fascinating person," "This was a person sian,'" Stephan said. "And that's
tainly didn't do much to improvethe Russian society or Polish or German Stephan said. "In who loved knowledgefor perhaps the general frustrationwith
situation."So I always feel at home. I never early 1910 or so, she knowledge's sake people acquiring language in
the disproportion was not feel like a traveler."In got her degree in and at the same time, college.
only the political system, but the a way, that's the only exis- medicine becauseshe she would bake the "We can try as much as we can.
tragedy of the war and maybe the tence I can imagine. I couldn't re- wanted to-just cookies and sew and We can have videos and we can
basic poverty of the country as ally move to one country to the for the fun of it. She knit and do the whole have books and exercises any-
well," she said. "So that was most exclusion of the others." never practiced medRAGGEDY- works." thing you can imagine," she said.
striking." Living this sort of existence icine,but she was absolutely ob- Although she said learning lan- "But the time spent on it is never
Between 1945 and 1956,Stephan gives Stephan an unusual perspec- sessed with getting knowledge." guages has not been difficult, she enough the intensity is never
lived under the strictly Stalinist tive on life. She sees how relative Stephan said Stobodzinska believes it is the most perplexing
regime of Boleslaw Bierut. Before values and points of view really are. taught herself Italian and had book problem she has faced. see Stephan, page 9



SAPP'S PAWN 8 GUN
TOYOTAMYERS

'I. ... ..... COSTUMES ANNNINA'S SERVICE CENTERWE HOLSTERS AMMO-ACC.

SPECIALIZE ONLY IN TOYOTAS "We Do Gun Repair"
HALLOWEEN 1636 W. Univ. 375-6462, CALL AND ASK ABOUT OUR LOW PRICES
I- 376-6752 111 NW 6th 8t 3735655It's

((3p7 ANNUAL.VISA "

J Mattoiveen Volt HALLOWEEN SPECIAL a mystery to me why
ft you don't advertisein

Free to all UF students with fee card ONE YEAR! the alligator.
fJ Non-students: $3 or $2 if you wear a costume .. (;!f..J f
We reach
fJ Be creative, dress up, and come for e- /J.h only
readers!
LIFE! 'eU- 49,000
THE BEST; TIME OF YOUR .
'
II -
-V > Get ready for a costume contest $99.00:

|4 and many-many prizes I- .

lY October 26, 1990 '-
... OPEN 6 am
A. 8:30: p.m.Holiday .
.. Inn,'Across from the University .... TIL MIDNIGHT

'W'.* :W. @JI j do .ltl (FINANCING AVAILABLE)

Funded by Visa It SC Volunteers for International Student Affairs
NAUTILUS FREE WEIGHTS AEROBICS Call
-- .tI I-
_. __ 376-4482
2100 S.W. 34th St. 373-1725



....JFRIDAY
-- -
--



.J

6,ALLIGATOR,FRIDAY,OCTOBER 26, IM

OPINIONSDarts I






Thanks YoWing to wto the.

civil rt! his bill, il'.p rdent...

& laurelsLAUREL Yowe made me proud to bea

R pub1iCan/,.

to UF administrators for establishing three

committees, including one made up of students, to decide
which classes should be cut from this summer's schedule.

The committees have to give their reports to UF Pro
vost Andrew Sorensen next week. We expect UF to keep
most large lecture classes so that fewer students will be af


fected.Student Body Vice President Kevin Mayeux is on the a'a

student committee. If you have a class you need that you
believe may be cut from the schedule, give him a call at
his Student Government office: 392-1665. We're sure hell
be glad to hear your opinion. r

DART to Student Government Productions, SG's con
cert producing arm, for canceling the costume contest at
the annual Halloween Festival. SGP Productions Chair
man Raul Mateu said the contest was canceled because of '

lagging interest. .

That's funny, considering some students have gone out

of their a vagina way,to penis find and costumes condoms.they think will win, including A reader and his tips for the paper I IJust

Many students seem to enjoy finding a costume for the the other day I saw an offer I couldn't refuse.
so-called Halloween Ball. The festivities won't seem the The editor of The Alligator,Judy Plunkett,encouraged ao West Davies
same this year without the contest, and if you feel the readers to write and let her know what bugs them. CONSIDER THIS
same way, let SGP leaders know you don't like their deci For more than a year now I've remained relatively
sion. Halloween's not until next week and maybe your discreet in my criticism of Alligator's performance. 3. Cover all the issues which affect students' lives
But things are getting out of hand. It's time I publishmy
complaints will make them change their minds. criticism within the culprit's pages. here in Gainesville.And cover those issues frequently.
LAUREL to the Florida Highway Patrol officers who First of all I want to commend the fact that The 4. Implement source diversity. If you must cover a
have spent the past couple of months working in Gainesville's Alligator recently editorialized the importance of finan- sensationalist story like Cafe Risque,interview campus
cial aid. However, that story is an example of The psychology, sociology or other informed faculty about
Southwest where the bodies of five murdered
area
,
Alligator's inept standards.Their meager financial aid the affects of nude dancing on the women who do the
college students were found in August. reporting is pathetic. dancing, the men and women who watch, and maybe
The troopers are beginning to leave Gainesville, and Financial aid is, in my opinion, one of the paper's even the lovers that all the participants go home to.
we'd like to thank them for staying here, away from their most under-reported stories. While The Alligator was 5.Treat your editorials more like reporting stories.
families and usual jobs. We know it was a good feeling to advertising for Cafe Risque and lobbying for softer The editorial on financial aid was a much-needed,
see the extra law enforcement in Gainesville during the NCAA sanctions, students were being hassled, ma- long-overdue editorial But you said nothing about why
nipulated and denied the money needed to providethe financial aid is such a problem to so many students.In .
weeks the murders.At .
following
best education they can obtain. reality, it was a poor editorial because the reader
the same time, we'd like to remind students to con The Alligator is also dead wrong on their attitudes leaves the page just as ignorant as when he or she
tinue the safety practices they started the first week of about the Persian Gulf crisis.Although they ran several began reading.
school, including leaving extra lights on in or around Kuwaiti stories,they failed to address the issue of howa 6. Quit thinking you are the greatest newspaper in
their homes and not walking alone at night. war with Iraq would affect UF students. If the paper the nation. You are not Students don't read you,
LAUREL to UFs Student Affairs Office for putting together honestly believes that the Gulf crisis doesn't directly administrators don't trust you and journalism facultydon't
affect every student, teacher, administrator and main- take you seriously.
another racial awareness retreat. Last year's re- tenance worker on this campus, then we're in for
treat of 80 black and white students including 7. Always think of yourself as imperfect and strive
campus another wave of brainless, closed minded, UF-pro- for perfection. If bastion of
you see yourself as a
leaders, provided great insight for both groups. duced journalists.I greatness and perfection,the opportunity for improve-
Through activities designed to vent frustrations and can't think of any other contemporary issue that ment is slim.
win affect the students of this college, the world's
opinions black students discussed discrimination theyface
crowd
economy or future global political regimes more than I've personally tried to give The Alligator
and white students revealed how they constructive criticism in the But don't listen.
on campus what George Bush is about to do this year in the past they
feel black students see them. And after the retreat was Middle East. So I have to go public.

over, everyone had learned quite a bit about both races The problem with The Alligator staff is that they This is not a malicious attempt to slander people I
and many students made some lasting friendships, which rarely open their eyes.They think students generally envy.It's an attempt the improve the journalistic valuesof
most realized was the beginning of racial harmony at.UF. like the paper. And they say the students who don't a group of people I care very much about an
like the paper still read it daily.That is simply not true. exceptionally talented group that will profoundly affect
racial tensions have
Campus seem to quieted some- The what read from Let's' make they
paper needs to improve. Our campus newspaper we years now. sure
what, but students still have a long way to go toward com- must reflect our campus reputation. do become truly great and not just successful-
pletely accepting people of other races. These retreats area Here's a direct appeal to The Alligator clique: journalists. -
wonderful step in that direction and we applaud UF administrators 1. Reporters and editors,please open your minds. So take Judy up on her offer. Let her know what
for being sensitive to the school's cultural 2. Accept criticism without dismissing it as unin- bugs you.
problems and doing something solve them. formed nagging.Continue. West Davies is a journalism Junior.

IKTTERS .TO THE EDITOR I

alligator to make locking their rooms whenever they As we end UF Safety Awareness
Editor leave them. Unfortunately, some Week; please commit yourself to
Judy A. Plunkett being safe a habit people are starting to slack off on making safety a habit and doing
Managing Editor Opinions Editor these important precautions.We everything in your power to keep
M.D. Cumella Reslier Editor:No one wants tobe victim. from being a victim of a propertyor
Jacqueline As leaders in the residence halls to
want to encourage all UF violent crime. Let's continue
we have been happy to see students to follow safe
Letters Policy many these and other work together for a campus.
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8.by-10 page). They should be students. using the courtesy simple security measures. We all President,
typed, double-spaced end signed They should Include e typed name address end telephone phones, questioning or reporting should accept responsibility for our Carina Self,IRHA
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just ciuse,If you have.any questions call in the halls
strangers walking in own safety and the
9 area
the editorial page editor at 3704458. security of our and the .president of the
groups or with SNAP escorts, and property. government and 2 co-op



= .CJr=.."....., .
-



-----

r t

FRIDAY,OCTOBER 26,1990.ALLIGATOR.7


I Activists rally to preserve rainforests, Paynes Prairie ;::1

By BETH REDFORD As Gordon sang, students lounged,stud- tionally,"Gordon said. "People need to feel Forest Service.We also want people to
ied and browsed through information on pain, anguish and threat to realize that our contribute to the Children's Rainforest Proj-
Alligator Writer display tables on the Reitz Union North quality of life is being diminished as we ect in Monteverde, Costa Rica."
"
The voice of a former Gainesville mayor Lawn.This activity was part of The Rally for speak. People help preserve the forest by con-
echoed throughout UF Thursday in a polit- the Rainforest, sponsored by the Environ- Betsy Nicholas, program director for tributing $50 to the Costa Rican project.
ical folk song,not a political speech. mental Action Group as part of the world- EAG, said the rally was designed to stress Although donors don't really own the land,
wide Rain Forest Action Week. three levels of environmental concern. it becomes part of the preserve.
"We are living in the world we make,
Gary Gordon sang while strumming:a guitar. Gordon, who wrote three songs for the "Locally, we want people to save Paynes EAG bought 12 acres last year with dona-
"We can save the forests. We can save rally, stressed the value of rainforests. Prairie,"Nicholas said."Nationally,we wantto tions from some fraternities, sororities,stu-
ourselves." "This problem needs to be grasped emo- cut down on the problems created by the dent clubs and individuals.

,
w 'Ah la 11A.1,111111 1.& AL a 110h Idnh. &
futon Cftj.to. TOYOTAMYERS French Addiction University 1005 Welt
SNOW WHITENINA'S Lingerie Boutique C.Xl''Qas 373-1234
Florida Lounger Pine Frame }
Including six inch Cotton Futon mattress SERVICE CENTERWE S COSTUMES 111 Presents fkST'l3t 4310 NW
SPECIALIZE ONLY IN TOYOTAS Halloween's: 23rd Avenue
Full $18e Queen $205
CALL AND ASK ABOUT OUR LOW PRICES 1636 W. UNIV. 375-6462 Kinky Kloset Now 3 locations! 375-1234
8 East University 375-3185 376.6752 -
Satin Corsets Roses Near Location'
2122 SW
Lace Leggings 34th Street
34th Street I'Ia/A
Fish Nets $1495//Doz 336-1234
Gloves

Huge Bras and orelt!) YOU WILL MEET E mL, DARK. HANDSOME. ITMNGEN WHO
Enter the Eckerd Photo WILL PRETEND'09 OH 10 COOL WITH HIS FANCY C"
Express 3736628U.S. AND HIS PLUSHY IMILI UNTIL HI TOIII TO 00"1 YOU
819 W.Univ.Ave. HOMI WHIM H"a DRUNK TO WHICH' YOU WILL SAY NO'TH'O.O'
CONTINUING TOUR 0000 FORTUNENOTICE
__ __ __ __ __ A_ __ _
most spirited Gator Get-up -y** "if *IT


Photo Contest!" :


0-14 The Student Health Care

Be on the lookout for Gators! i Center Pharmacy will be closedon


You could win: Saturday, October 27, 1990

A Keystone 35mm camera f and Sunday, October 28, 1990

Free film
because of renovations.
Free photo processing for a year

A free poster printAll Regular hours will resumeon

Monday, October 29, 1990at

you have to do is take a pictureof 8:00: a.m.

the most spirited person you know

dressed up in Gator gear and bringit jK jA

to Eckerd Express Photo. r *** 'i \+J I fm CHI;/Ig, for IIIIJtI/II/IJr/ over 6CJ yeas
University of Florida V
Enter from October 1 st thru the Student Health Care Center '

31st at any one of the 4 convenient '

Express Photo locationsin

Gainesville.Entrants .
Gate @

must Include the names and addresses of all
Identifiable person appearing In the photograph. F #
Consent and Release must be received from all .. "
Indentfflable persons In photograph.Photos must be fGHfWP'NATIONWIDE t '
4"x 6"color prints.Photo must be attached to Consent
and Release form.No purchase necessary.See. store mss: ,rte All
br detlals.


zmrEJJPJlESSJPIl

-----
W '


ONE HOUR PROCESSING I II

I I II CHALLENGE



I 50% OFF e Ii : I

Gators vs GeorgiaFriday
Regular Price .. so

Insert this coupon with your next original roll or :
disc of color print film. Limit one roll or disc per IE 0 Oct. 26 7 p.m.
coupon. Coupon good thru 1/1/90./ iii
0
I Coupon must accompany order. I II O'Connell Center

I Nothing looks betMr.L I FREE ADMISSION

_____------------------------




....
,



--

8.AIJJGATOR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2fi, 1 WO
------
BOOKSfrom gain-buy stories are common come a biannual event with one
3 among the book sale veterans who sale held in the spring and one in Why did the chicken
page go back year after year. the fall. The sale is the biggest cross the road?
been going to the sale for"at least Connell said they also have fund-raiser for the Friends of the
20 years," and has found many some new books in mint condition Library. Last year the sale broughtin To get a copy of
treasures, including an old kinder- available for one-third the price over$56,000 and with items selling The Alligator!
garten reader written in 1908. they would cost in stores.They will at an average price of$1, it is
John Beagle, a UF psychology make great gifts, she said. clear that the public embraces this
graduate student, goes every year This year marks the sale's 36th sale.
because as he puts it, There's all year and the end of its annual sta "We have a unique community," r
kinds of deals!"Beagle once got 80 tus. Hartwell said.They love our book
books for $20, he said. Such bar- Starting next spring, it will be- sales, and they love books."



UMBRO SHORTS Find out about RUM! < I PROCRASTINATOR'SSPECIAL \
10 Sty)** 1 II Colors
Ov.r 400 in stock! Visit the RUPC table at
\
LLOYD SPORTS CLARKE 1504 J7J-7M NW 13 ST. Turlington during the weekof $5 off any costume rented night of
Oct. 29 Nov. 2 and
"""""""IZ"\I ltI't"lt "'"'''"I''.",,,,,,,,,!,,.....,, use between 6 pm & 9 pm any night.
L .. TAN NAKED I It. discover what the councilis Minimum $15 rental

._ 3 w..ks 01 Tonnlnponlyflfl all about. Bring or mention this ad.
'r -= .-. Gainesville YS :2 i SID!: NINA'S COSTUMES 1638 W. UNIV. 372-6462
f Gym 4 "" I ",'..'-i
,0"hM a& 376 8400 I Ill
,
,, I AL A& a AL & A&5Ae
I I\ \I M'MI N 11)I I IKHM I H l(M i i1"""""""'"" I I

Go Bowling MMfflinfflfflffl



Alley at Katz Jrreaonao Room 3 3

1 3

TOYOTA J. Wayne Reitz Union 4th floor |
:MY ERS SERVICE CENTER a
WE SI'ECIALI/E ONLY IN TON OThS 392-1627 2
CALL AND J ASk ABOl TOl'R LOW PRICES 2
376-6752 3a

INDIAN STUDENT Experience the new atmosphere of both fast and fine dining.Our 2 3,

ASSOCIATION present (ISA) new management and professional staff have created a tempting menu including 3 ,

DIWALI Festival of Lights gourmet specials and a soup and salad. bar. Join us for our Sunday Brunch Buffet. $7.95 3 3

person. Sundays 11 a.m. 1 1:30: 2
Saturday, Oct. 27, 7 pm per p.m. .
at
Littlewood Elementary School Enjoy a panoramic, view of campus from our terrace. 1

Cultural Program _

&.. Dinner M-F 11:30am-1:30pm: : Gator Club Card, Visa, MC accepted.Palmer .

Tickets in advance: WUWUWUWM
$5 students, $7 others '
$8 at the door

For more information contact:
Sudhanshu Misra: 335-1585
Suhag Shah: 378-3242 .' & Opal
7 ..". from

t. it'

\1 '> ("4,: .51(1 My Children


R ; 7 are comgtothe

:


PROFESSIONALHollywood = e
MAKEUPWE n I : ]11I O

Cc
i// James Mitchell
,, MONSTER
MASKS '(Pafmer Cortfatuft'
? SAT, OCT 27
COSTUMES Jill Larson

HAVE 'Opat'Purdy' at 4:00: p.m.in .

. EVERYTHING YOU'LL NEEDICET the Amphitheater

( A E

IAYIICL ..m. nc_, 'Don't Miss It .
3704 Newberry Road
374-4\334



FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,1990 I, ALLIGATOR,9

STEPHANfrom

page 5

t enough to be able to acquire a
i l lI language."
I Stephan said students have an
easier time learning languages if
I they are approached early in life.
) She said a college class "is simply
i ii very late to do that."
At UF, Stephan teaches Russian
Culture, an exploration of pre-revo-
I lutionary Russia,and Soviet Societyand
t Culture, a concentration on the
years following the Bolshevik Rev
olution in 1917.
She teaches another course in
Russian readings taken from Russian
newspapers, radio and televi
sion. In that class, which is taught
seminar-style, students focus on a
core vocabulary that is used primarily -
in the media.
I Eric Poole, one of the studentsin I
the class, is trying to get a dual
degree in engineering and Russian.
6 6f5 He had taken the Russian Culture
course and knew that Stephan's
courses were not easy.
"She's one of the hardest teachers
," he said. "I've had other teachers
who were just as hard, but she's
more organized, so I get more out
Y of it."
Steve Kuras, another engineering -
major in the readings course,
said the class is intense.
"We had to catch up to her pace
because the only way you learn a '
language is to push," he said.
Stephan said she but feels she
has a mission as far as Russian and !
Eastern European culture are con !
cerned."I .
take it very seriously to conveyto
the students the basic patternsof
the Russian culture and then the
Soviet culture and the basic understanding I
of the historical cohesiveness J
of the whole thing," she said.
She said most students come to "
her classes with a stereotype about
Russian society. I
"Most of these students come !
formed by all kinds of prejudice as :
far as Russia and the Soviet Unionare
concerned," she said. "They
usually see the Russian society as
the whole Soviet society. They
equate Russia with communism,
and that creates a very simplistic
world.
"So for me the major objective is,
in a way, to display the complexitiesof
the society and to show how the
traditions really formed into whatit
is,and that's simply an adaptation,
of a political system."
Coming from a 10-year stint at
the University of Southern California
which has a strong Russian
program, Stephan welcomed the
opportunity to get involved with
UF's Polish and Russian programs.
With the dramatic events in East
ern Europe recently, Stephan said
those programs are even more important
to UF students.
Women are accounting for a growing proportion of alcohol-related crashes.For "People' very well respond nowadays
to the topic Russia," she said.
the sake of your family, your friends-for your own sake-never drink and drive. "They are quite sensitized to that, I
and they read and try to understandit.

And join the agents and employees of Nationwide9 Insurance in our fight to preserve Stephan said there are some situations ,
in which she lacks knowledge
'
M.' lives and property. You see, we consider drunk driving a Nationwide problem.NATIONWIDE about Russian topics. "
"It's all sort of an open game,
she said. "It's a game also for thosein
the Soviet Union. It's also an

j J. I INS U RAN C E open-ended have before.situation which theydidn't

Nationwide Is on your side "So' I have a feeling that what I'm
doing Is really relevant."



.. .



r 10,ALLIGATOR,FRIDAY,OCTOBER",.""





ndsey '.


Oaks Mall


r

ESTEE LAUDER .
.



N

h Y
t

.
Yi Psf '
;'" .
'".,
\If.;' .
i
..



,
1

I .
'
'
'

A. FREE GIFT FOR YOU : .
'
"
..
Est e Lauder Smart Moves .: :.,.M. '

". .,... .
A $25.00 value. Yours with any Estee :--:-'. .

Lauder purchase $12.50 or more. ,.:'' )/'"
t "
!.. '.
Beauty-makers of Intelligence and style In travel t',', ,I ..
sizes. The movers and shapers of great good looks. .,:;. ..

.', White Linen Parfum Spray ., .', .;. ":" .. '

.. Self-Action) Tanning Creme- :; .r:. ;''':,::
.
2 All-Day Lipsticks, full sizeLuscious ': ft.! ..... I". t! '.1. :
'. '
: : !;.,
; ..
..
Creme MascaraEyelash 1 "" I ..;/\ '

-: Combs .:':.. : ::;,:....

.
: y good while supply lasts. One to a customer. ::,'r1";. /\.:;: .
: '
\M.Y

For Your Purchase, May We Suggest: '. .' .: >_.., .'::1 ;" : .

.;, .' :- ;.. .", '':': Y/-/ ..... .
TIME ZONE Moisture Recharging .Complex, 1.75 oz., $50.00
"
,,,..1. EYZONE Repair Gel, .5 oz., $35.00 Perfect Finish Nail Lacquer, '-< J; ';"\ $9.00 Lash Primer, $12.00 White Linen Perfumed Body Lotion, 4.5 ..' /-.r'*;'..*, ..
.
<(' .:i' oz. $22.50 White Linen Perfumed Body Powder, 4.25'oz.., $25.00 } : ,;r. :
r;. .:..: ;;.' Lauder for Men Skin Comfort Shave Gel, 5 oz., $12.00 Lauder for. :, M1' )' ,' .
Men Cologne 1.7 $22.50, 3.3 :" ., ,.\. r.y r.:
Spray oz. oz. $35.00
..,.... :: I : \ .,;..: ".

.. ,_ Return Engagement: When you come In, make an. ". 'y :: l \.,,:.
appointment for a private skincare and ,
makeup ';'; .
consultation with our Lauder experts. It's a luxurious ,1.1<

experience designed just for you, and it's complimentaryl! .

'" Exclusively Yours From Belk Lindsey Oaks Mall Mon.-Sat. Sun. 12-6!

,.



FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,1990,AWGATOR,11

-- ----------- -- ------

BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND








III Alligator ClassifiedsFOR =







RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN."Check FOR RENT: UNFURN. 5 ROOMMATESF ROOMMATESNeed

R'matllor IIr.al2br 1 1/2/ ba 1000
1 FURNISHED Our New Specials"All 2 bedroom apt., prime location 1 block n/s/ roommate needed In 3bd 2ba newapt sq It T-house with w/d close to UF for
Amenities Available from campus. Must rent Immediately! In Greenwich Green $220/mon $187.50mo + 1/2/ util. Mike or Kevin
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED $440/mo Call 377-6058. 11-2-6-2 1 1/3JI. Call 3380077. 10-26-5-5
Housing Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop 378-6749 10.31.4.5
all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 mails weekly, Roommates Av.llabl.W.'r. .
No. 1 FREE RENTII One bedrrom central air Seeking high caliber studious rmmt. 21.

parking 117 NW 15th laundry St., 3774269.$210 per mo.12-14-62-1, C.L.O. REGENCY OAKS on quiet cul-de-sac. One month free. 28 yn, n/i no drugs, responsible broadminded 6 FOR SALE
Villager West. Call 3717777. 10314.2
378-5766 SWM or straight demeanor GWM

College Terrace turn studio .pllor Nov ft 3230 SW Archer Road ALOHA GARDEN APTS only reply to share spacious 1 bdr/1 ba apt TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk

Dec. $265/mo utl Inc (rag $290/mo) + COUNTRY GARDENS lovely 1.2-3 br, all amenities, near w/amen. 510min. walk to UF, $165 + drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters.
Call 1/2elec. negotiable Call 3784712. 10- Factory reconditioned unused in past 2
$150 d.p. Close to UF. 3775535. 373.4500 Shand I, VA, Shopping 3009 SW ArcherRD. 22-5-5
10-26-5-1 2001 SW 16th Street 3770555. 11.18.15.2 yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs
12-14-76-2 Good machine for small type shop System
Furnished 1 bedroom apt close to cam. WANTED: f/ns/ lor own room In 3br/2ba includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC Mm & 8 font
ONE MONTH FREE plus water and heat
apt. close to campus. ONLY $175/mo/ + disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
pus. All amenities. $400/mo. Call col LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI! $250 paid on one bedroom at 1524 NW 4th
util for & Call
1/4 373-
I.CI'.407.290.5880. 10-26-5-1 moves you In. Close to UF and Shands. Ave. walk to UF College Park 371. 8773. 10-22-5-5 spring summer 373.9928 for more info.

376-1248. 103020.2 7777. 10-31-4-2
FOR RENT on. bedroom bath, kitchen, Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more

one half block from law school call 376- 4bd/2ba apartment W/D, cent ac, 5 bike FREE RENTII One month free on studio Roommate needed ASAP to share luxury brands are all at our New Location! Car
8819 GREAT LOCATION 17 SW 24th St. from campus, well lit parking, pets ok. and one bedroom apartments Walk to 2/2 In nice quiet area. Pool, Fireplace, Stereo Speculate 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
$240 mo. 10-30-5-1 $730/mo, clean, nice, available Jan. 1. UF. College Park 371-7777.10-31-4-2 D/W. 250/mo.I smoke & have kitten, Call 2070. 12-14-76-6
Call 3778965. 10-29-10-2 Steve 3728202. 102255NS
1 BR; student preferred' ; convenient; call Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar
10am.lpm377.6918.; 10-26-1-1 ROCKWOOD VILLAS-2bd/2ba with MOBILE HOMES: M/F/ 3 bdr Fieldstone house, wood Detectors, Infinity, Sansul, Sony,

study, blinds, end unit S75/mo. Call floors, .c/hear.l.nc.d yd, gar, wash/dry, Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo.
3352703. 10-29-10-2 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo 5 mln walk to UF, Avail Immed $165/mo + W. Beat All Prices 373-3754. 12-14-76-
1/3 1 Utll. Call 3364804. 10-30-10-5 6

FOR RENT: Duplex apt for rent 1 br Ir kit, bath Farmsrentals from $260 Incl.
BRANDY WINE* N/S Fem needed to ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering:
.c/hlll.3 blocks from UF, 1 bl off Univ water, sewer, garbage pick-up lawn
2 UNFURNISHEDStroll Ave. $250.00 monthly plus security. A mam. Also some great buys Quiet) Will share room, $160/mon + 1/3 utll, Harman Kardon, Autoiek JBL, Toshiba,
frame also call 338-1839. 10-26-6-2 take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 fully/nicely turn many xtras-call now I Crunch Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar
UF from this 2BR efficiency. Includes Open wttk.ndlloo. 12-14-47-3 373-0024. 11.1-11-5 125 NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 12-14-76-6

tome utilities. $275 Key Management 1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished
372-3060. 10-31-5-2 rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- Tired ol your roommate? For sale 66 loot ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to DISCOUNT HI-FI
UF, 2br/lba. $175
BURG VILLAGE 3761253. 12-5-30-2 Nova 3 bdr/2 ba spotless. Quiet safe College 722 S. Main The Red Bldg
Park 371.7777
Walk to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280. area. Call collect 813-734-7016, 11-2-
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. PETS OKIIIIIIIIII 10.3 10.31.23.5 WE ARE CHEAPER

Plus LMR. Pool, laundry no cats or dogs. Great NW 1 bdr. duplex apt wyard 1214766CAR
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 12-14- Economical gas heat, paddle tan Own room In GREENWICH GREEN.
76-2 IIC/ $259/mo. 3735018. 10-31-8-2 Washer/dryer/ free cable 4 water. ALARMS installed remote control
SUBLEASE: $216/mo + 1/3/ util. Call Karen or Chris truck will
any car or van fully guaranteed
Oak Glade Apts near UF t VA quiet WOOD FLOORS, C-ling Fan Claw It tub at 336-0077 10-26-5-5 demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes
washer/dryer available In most units for tons ol windows A/C, 2 blks to UF, I bd 4 HOUSE/APT. sage. 12.14.37-11
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 1 & 2 Bath apt For $245/mo Oct Free wdeposit, TREEHOUSE VILLAGE
$2SO-$375 sec & Imr. 3726422. 12-14- mugs 3754409. 10-29-5-2 WINDMEADOWSI Sublease large I Roommates available Reserve your
for Bus 2400 BD MODEM $98
76-2 bd/bth/ unfurnished apt. Available Immediately room spring serviceto
UF and SFCC. Furn unfurn.
Nine month lease for this SW 2BR apt. ) Call Astrid 335-6471 or 376- or WORD PERFECT $135
$175-$250 roommatemonth.MZ .
per
INCREDIBLE near shopping. Cent air, new paint. 9549. 10-26-7-4
Property Mgmt! Inc. Realtor
Efficiency Apt. $285 Key Management 372-3060. 10- CALL ELITE 335-1300.
375.0207
Starting at ties 31-5.2 Sublet cozy 1 1br loft apt 3 blks N of I I..30.27.5F 11.1.33.8
at $235 II BedroomMEADOWCREST
Starting UF on 18 St. $290/mo/ 3752342.
Attractive 2bdr/1/ ba 2nd-lloor apt In a 10-26-7-4 to share w/ samens or smoker, master
110, NW 39th Ave quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373- bdr In clean 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba twnhse, PRODIGY

378-3988 375-3861 7132. 10-31-5-2 Sublet 1 bedroom apartment throughDec. near Shands. $242/mo + 1/2/ util + 1/2 Inleraclw hvsonal, I SrnueAvailable
31 In Archer Woods Pool, laundry, sec pets ok. Jodi 3787828. 10315.5
12-14-76-2 Foxmoor TH 2BR 1.5 BA. Dishwasher, security, pets OK, near UFo $290 per at ELITE today. 335.1300..
hook-ups near 34 St. shopping UF Pool month. 373.8727. 10-26-5-4
Wanted Neat dependable person to share
SPACIOUSONE complex. $450 Key Management 372- 2 BR/1 BA furnished apt. on SW Archer 10-26-10-6

BEDROOM APT, 3060. 10-31-5-2 Lg, Ibr, iba heat/ac, washer/dryer/ dish RD 150/m + 1/2 util. Dep required 481-
washer. Last & security paid. SAFE MICRO/CENTER Computers 378.1146Edllor'l
ONLY $273/MO., 3020 Greg. 10-29-4-5
LYONS APT Southfork Oaks: 2BR 1/2BA, dishwasher GUARDED PLACE 392-47(2/472-2928 choice Hewlett Packard *

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 hook-ups pool, verticals. Near after 6:00pm. 10.31.5.4 Roommate needed M/F/ Northgate M/C Prices lower than
12-14-76-2 UF, VA, and Shands $450 Key Manage Liberal and responsible mailorder. Systems below include 1mb

ment. 3723060. 10-31.5.2 Sublease: M/F/ 2 rooms avail In 3bd/2bth 3 bedroom house utilities Incl. 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor
apt In Country Village Avail 1-91. Call Dean 3786607. 10-30-5-5 MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086.Northgate ,

CENTER l80/lB6mth./ Call Lynn 336.4354 or 38620$2499.. Leading Edge
Stef 376-9478. 10-31-5-4 Responsible NS for pvt bdr w own bath 3 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery-

II > '. I'" "Ho" ttfJ$3.50 blks from UFo 180 mo. neg + util 371- $1995.1 1& 2 year warranties Onsite war.
CiNimx ODIONTHtATRES \\l \41 Sublet 1 bedroom apt. through July 91 2556 2 bdr-2nd bdr used for storage. 10- ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer- $185.
N.xIIO pool. PETS ALLOWED. Close to 1-2-5 HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University -

UF & shopping 750 square feet.' Archer Av. 12-14-52-6

$3 SO BARGAIN BEFORE 8:00 PM Woods. Call 3722424. 11-9-11-4 Seeking high caliber studious rmmt. 21-
ON SATURDAY SUNDAY t HOLIDAYSIII 28 yrs n/s, no drugs, responsible broadminded CUSTOM COMPUTERS
OIGLEV Sublet-N/S F'to share room $160 mo t SWM or straight demeanor GWM 286-12 w/1 meg ram graphics monitor,
GoodFellas 1/3 utl fully furnished apt must like cats only reply to share spacious 1 bdr/1/ ba 40 meg hard drive 1 yr on-site $925 others

great location near campus Call 373- apt w/ amen. 5-10 min. walk to UF, $165 avail. 332-8333. 10-26-15-6
DOWN !1e 6496. 10-29-2-4 + 1/2 elec. negotiable. Call 3784712.
UNDER RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants
the 10.30.5.5
m for your dorm or apartment. We
SELOCK Mafia.. SW 4th Ave. 377-
535
F to share nice quiet 2br house NE resld deliver!Ray's Rugs
w/wood floors, cent ac & heat, fans, grt 5265. 6 blocks E. of campus 11-14-20-6
Weekdays: 730910: : B Wllllidayil: 7:151.45': Weekdays:BOO EASTERN FEDERAL THEATRES
SalJSun:2-304W7308JO: : : Sat&Sun:2-00430413949 SalSSun 215SOOIM backyardl) wenv aware-neohipple-serl- Office equip, IBM selectrlc II, Toshiba
ous stud. $225/mth total Laura 3734495.
ROYAL PARK
10-29-3-5 copier, workstations, desks 4 chairs off.
CIIMEMA43702NEWBERRYRO. supplies file cabinets Ig. maps. 373-

zimc THEATRES There Is A Different c Need F roommate to share 2bdr/2ba Oxford 2128. 10-26-8-6

373-4277 Manor apt. Call 8137255770. 10-
DAILY T"n-UT8HOW 30.4.5 Club Future (where 2 Live Crew was arrested
OAKS MALL 10 $3.911r11n1( bet...'4 330 4 e pni 13.10 All chows before S.OO: PM ) 'Censorship Sucks T-shirts by

OAKS MAL L 6309 NI W81 ARY ROAD id t. Rockwood Villas-rmmt needed for own mail! Only $14 each, 2 for $25 or 5 for

OAK e> EAST OAK 4 WEST PRETTY WOMAN (R) C1 SO fully turn br/ba. Nice 3br/3ba condo w/all $55 tax Incl. White-Pink-Blsck M/L/XL./ /
,
OAKS MAIL MUACINMOMAll I Fri. 5,00. 720 9'45 amenities. t225/mo. Call 3369332. 10- Send check/m to Club Future T-shirt, ,
331-8818 WSKK
331-8118 Sat. t Sun. 200.4:30.7:20.9.45: : : 2100 Hollywood Blvd Hlwd FL 33020.

slant uvAiav 1'80.(4-46( n 0001 7 ,411 00,1210 FANTASIA (C) ARACHNOPHOBIA (PCI S) J1 SO nice 2bdr/2ba/ condo fireplace./ Close
1:48.: 00 1. 00 !0, 2a Fri. Frl.SOS.7.1S-: : to UF & SFCC. $237.50/mo/ + 1/2/ util. Call Round trip ticketGainesville to Pittsburgh .
30iceTL6co .DE111(1 311) 1:43: ((5:00: TLS @ $300)), 7.45,1010: : Sat.' S Sun. 1.05.3:10.5:16.720.9.40DAYS : :' : Nov 23-25. $225 obo. Call 377-
(sw its 00 1 Sawa ((1)0) AVALON (PC) 3368605.. 10.31.5.5 6168. 10-26-6-6

1.20,1!30 ,1.30.: ((4:45 TLS 0 S3.00)). 7:30: 10:20MILLu'S : Of THUNDER (PCI I) $1 SOFrl. LAKEWOOD VILLAS n/s f needed for
e AND Pala 1 .
0:10. 30.5S
R : :
CROSSING
( )
1:10: 1430 71. ( 1.10, 0.10 Sal t Sun. 1:00: 05. 5:10-730: ..55 own room In 3/2 wash/dry-balcony-feel Dorm frldge-$75. kitchen table-$30.
5 T 2:00: ((5:1': TLS 0 1113.00),815,10:409te ) : : safe-guard dog rent negotiable+1/3util. lounge/rocker chalr-$40 Ibanez electric
: ($.7VLle.Y Y6 10.10 4o WHIM PALACE. (R) POSTCARDS ROM THE EDGE (R) 335-6477. 10-30-4-5 guitar-$325. 81 Ford Multang-$975.

2:15: ((530: TLS @ $300)), 8.00, 10:30IUO : Fri. 6,00- 00-800: 3775535. 10.211.5.1Classlfleds.
.
ism
a1a a wls) 1.,. a Sun. 1:00.: 3:00 5:00-100 BOO
010 TLS wc7JilK 1000aocaJ F/NS for Spring In 2bd/2b/ apt./nicely/ fur.
Homo. Snow(.a) nished full entertainment cntr./overlooks .

Thur davf pond/cent ac/ht/ $209.50/336-4304 leave
hown F )I Mond.y Thru Continued on next page.
message.. 10-31-4-5
f




----.-,--,.- -'
_ : --
r-=_ ._ .. ----- --- 00'0



r


12, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,1990


FOR SALE FOR SALE AUTOS AUTOSAUDI WANTEDNEED


COMPUTER- Macintosh SE-20 mb CASH? Sell me your old comic
SECURITY SYSTEMS HD 1 1981 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme perfect 5000
Call 3320594.
books.
Affordable protection for apt. or car, 120 mb RAM, 1.4 mb ,super drive, carryingcase shape outside/Inside. am fm radio 1979 sunroof, power everything runs ok 10-29.5.10

day satisfaction guarantee. 5 yr, war. software 1 year old. $2.000 454 no a/c runs great $2100' obo cad Alex $500 obo Call 336-9130. 102939For 2 FLA/GA TICKETS

ranty. Call 378-7104 lor free brochure, 4932. 11156' Yaz 3758609. 102639 NEEDED Please call 332.4706

102656"Light Sale' 1987 DODGE CHARGER White. 10305.10
One 4-month-old GT Timberline mountain 1969 Beige VW convertible Beetle. new
5-.peed. a/c AM/FM Stereo Cassette
up Clipboard" take and read notesIn bike. great condition $280. Call 377 top new paint rebuilt engine 2200 obo Best Offer .
Accepted 335-2868. 10 29-3 Need 2 Auburn tickets Call Marcl at 334
dark It holds letter or L.galliz. paper 0209. 11.1-5.6 1 call Tyler at 376 9802. 102949 9 8559. 1026310

and uses two AA BAtter es. $23 PPD.

Write to Sylbert Jones International CHEVY Z.28 Camaro, 84 Perfect condl '84 blk Nissan Pulsar: sunroof, Pioneer NEED 4 AUBURN TICKETSWill
Trade 115 W 162 Street Bronx, NY tlon Inside and out Tint, bra new tires Immaculate Interior, $2500
7 REAL ESTATEHome stereo Sspd .
pay top $$$. Call 004 292.1948
10452. 11 7 12-6 Runs great! $6800 obo. 371-6917. 10 Call 373-9840. 103039
( ) .
30.59 neg leave message 11 2-8-10I

Race ready Allan carbon-liber racing lor sale? Land lor sale? Buyers
bke 57 cm. Campy CR & SR. Mazic Market? Don t let an opportunity to sell Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew Grad must sell: 1979 wh Olds Delta 88. I need 3 tickets to Florida Auburn. Will

open 4 c.d. rims $500 obo. Very Full your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds clutch tires. starter 84k miles a/c. runs minor good body cold help air,$800 new brakes obo call Needs Dave pay top $$. Call 376-4337 leave message .
371 8196' leave 10295.6 offers the cheapest way to or ask for Sherl 112810
messape you am/fm asking only $1600 or best offer call 335.4135. 11.1.59
keep your real estate in the public eye 334.5290. 10-31.6-9
CRAMPED? Well.built loft perfect for organizing Where else can you keep your property In Wanted Ftorida, .Georgia tickets Call collect .
dorm space $75 obo. Very the market lor as little as four dollars a 1985 Cutlass Supreme Brougham 85 Honda Prelude. grey; 5-speed. a/c/ 904.292.1127 before 5pm and 904

sturdy 334.9745 Iv message Must Sell. day? To make It even easier, you can Loaded low miles, new tires & brakes, asking sunroof$5000.stereo Call brand 3380654.new clutch 11159, 68k. 642-9246 alter 5pm. 10-31.5.10

place your ad over the phone; all you nice looking Must selll) 371-2065 leave
TECHNICS Stereo System 200 watts 3- need is a valid Vila or MasterCard Call message or 462-1070. 10.26-3-9 WANTED 2FL vs Georgia tickets Call
way speakers dual cassette. wood grain 373.FIND today to place your ad. 74 Dat wagon. Needs tuneup possible 373-4453, Will pay top $. 10.31.5.10
finish $600. obo Call 332.5978 leave headwork. New brakes. alternator bat
10305.6 1984 Chrysler Conquest 2.6 liter turbo tery & cables $700 obo. 375.1477 lye
message charged. AM/FM cass Runs & looks message 10.30.39Conv.rtlbl. Need 10-Auburn TicketsWill

LUXURY LIVING 4 U? good. $2200 obo Call Pete @ 378.6790. pay big $$. Call Joe 376-4339, 10-
1990 12 speed Mongoose Mountain b ke. Patio home G'via best! Sale
; : owner 10-30-5-9 262-10
Super Beetle 1972 Must
Index shifting U-lock Inc. always Indoor.
2400 SF 3b 2.5blr 27x14
; ; ; jacuz; pool;
see. restored $6000
completely or best
used. $185 Call Brad @ 378-
6790.Hardly 10.26.3.6 < alarm; gate; tennis; bale; fireplace; bidet; 77 Ford Tblrd ae ps pb amfm new lIarllr.batt.ry. offer 371.4131 or see at 1132 S. Main. WANTED GEORGIA TIXSWill
safe; clubhouse; dbl patio atrium foun .
; alt. needs trans work but drivable 11-8.109
lain; etc; 169k; 377.2054. 10.26.1.7 $200 obo 372.6740 Ive msg 10-30-
USAIR. TICKET, GNV.SANF 49 Ford pay $ call 338-9130. 1029310Will
Mustang 1974. New timing chain,
Only 2. bel Jan. i60/ea' / 1 way. (Sstungn brakes Extra starter alternator

,$45/ea) Call 334.6048 LI 102626 88 Honda Prelude S. 33,000 miles, auto $300. Call 378.2087,, ask for Rick.Runs 10 pay top $ for 5-7 Fla-Ga tickets Call
8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED sunroof $11 1 500 obo. Call 335-2875. 31.49 David 334-9510 leave message 1127.
Large dorm's ze fridge G.E., I like new 10304 10

$90. Marushm racing helmet small excellent REPAIR

cond gorgeous $80. Call 377 Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery 1984 Mitsubishi Starlon LE, great condo Need 4 Auburn tickets

1877 10.29-3.8 available 4236 SW 35 Terrace. Only 58k miles, dig dash sunroof pw pi 10 WANTEDLocal Call 904.332-9231 leave message 10

across from Alley Katz 336-3825. 10-31. tinted windows. mags Sporty c.r. great -
CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286.12 wl1/ meg 378 price Only $2750. Mike 335-2857. 10 Artist needs: GOLD Gems. Class MTN BIKE FRAME

ran. 43 meg hard drive graphic monitor 3049 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozz e's Fine Aluminum possible quality components .

$900. Other systems avalable 332 Blue Garrelll Moped For Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10 10.18 Inches Call 3347531. 11 I.
.
8333. 1 11, II1 156
Sale Great For Good
Campus 77 Honda Civic speed, runs great
Condition $225 OBO looks good reliable transportation $900 DESPERATEI! Need 2 or 4 tickets for
ODEL 20 GAL FISH TANK 1 month old
Call Jeff Anytime 378-7914. 103058 obo call Bill 376-5860 or see at 3021 NE Ga/FIa game Call 335.7274 leave message Attention Students:
with hood and $70 obo call Steve
light. .
21 Way Gainesville 11169 10-26 8-10 Tune into
335-5906. 103156
HONDA 500GL SILVER WING runs great

FOR SALE: Fender Squire bass guitar. $650.00 obo. Call Nick ASAP 336-9804. 1981 Dodge OmnI4-.peed. rebuilt carb & Need 4 tickets for FSU/Florida football TV 69 (UHF)

Great condition must sell c.1I334.6583.ask 10-304-6 trans, very dependable. good mpg, runs game In Tallahassee. Saturday Dec 1.
Mark. great Asking $975. Call John 377-9050 Will pay premium! Call Kathy at Martin West in Christian TelevisionFor
lor 102936XT
Iv m.... 10-31.5-9 Enterprises collect at 518-487-8100 or .
fax 516 more Into:407M701S5STARTS
-487-8013. 1026810
computer 640k turbo EGA color, 9 AUTOSORANGE

20meg HD 144k & 360k floppies mouse.

modem, Lots of great software. $650 Rob AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW

377-8878. 10.29.3.6 RATES low payments fast drive

thru .service. se habla Espanol 377-2277
Must selll One way ticket from Canes
377-CARS. WE CARE 11.1-20.9
vile to Denver on Dec. 23 1990. $160.

Jimmy 374.9250 alter 2:30pm: or beeper 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door
.
374 1283lv 103156,
message locks seats. windows. a/c am/fm tapeauto ,
writ ext/blue Int. Exc condo must f
Triathlon Centurion Dave Scott bike.
sell best offer 334-5053. 1026169
Sh mano '105 components Call 376.6392

$450 10.29.3.6 89 Honda CRX HF,white w/ blue Interior.

32000ml. 5speed. $6900 obo great gas
1986 Jawa Excellent $300.
Moped shape-
mileage very dependable, please call
.
.
Call 336-1105 10 31 4 6
371-9886. 10.28.13-11

YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING
Brand new 90' Eagle Talon fully loaded
The ring that s always' finished and
tinted windows car phone 7000 ml
polished on the Inside Jostens
'
Take over payment Call Dan 843-9410.
There Is a difference; look for III The
lye 1115.9
Acropolis. 102626 msg. }
,
84' Suzuki SJ.410 (Samurai) Convertible THE
PAPA SANS. solid colors
new shipment,
Sports Top a/c radio, 70K asking 2750.
black, peach rose blue sealoam Limited Call 338.0478 student 10.29.6.9
quantities Wicker wall shelves. aSAq

rockers. headboards, Burl chairs. dining 1969 LEMANS Loaded Hot Pink Rally
sets & raskets galore Sale Sat. 10-5 at Great $3 500 Call 378-
Stripes. Shape, .
Interstate M ni Storage 1 mile north of
2559. 10-29-5-9
Archer Road McDonalds on 40th Blvd.

'79 Monte Carlo 90,000m.. Tuns good;
WATER PURIFIER Brand new Paid $175 .
dependable New brakes new battery
very
MUST SELL CHEAP $125 or best offer
Asking $500. Call and leave message -
3776724. 11.1.5.8Rocklord
at 371.7094. 102639


obo Fosgate "15 subWoofers $140 '76 Triumph Spitfire conv red wblack

Interior ,xc. condition, runs & looks
Queens semiwaveless waterbed w/
$3000 obo Please call 375-5490.
great
heater $90 obo Jell 336-7770. 10-30.3-6




( )

PUTUSTOTHETEST.SSAT EQIEOfIN AMDBEWMDpPEAtE, WI9Uj1 Uj1 N
ES
dlElS4R7Vti'fll' '
;
fgl /
PSAT SAT ACHIEVEMENTS ACT LSATGMAT b3fe m., ? NfYS41E S'SC'' R ..tl

GRE MCAT DAT GRE PSYCH GRE BIO ;,

OAT TOEFL NMB NDB NCLEX-RN MSKPFMGEMS

FLEX CGFNS CPA BAR EXAM NTE

THE MUSIC
If you have to take one of these tests take Kaplan first THE BOOK THE
MOVIE f
Our students jet the highest scores We've, proven it to ovei THAT I

one million students Let us prove it to youfWAPLAN 1"f" ]>'".1 F 8P J ()') PR!.SPW) A ( IJRr W SAlt l ROSS 1 PRODU(1l0N( / UTft: uP rH IV S or I OUI'I I '!


'" ," :,.'" ', ','", .1.H. ,', n'"> 1"",,I".' II' ''Wp.1 ,[>'<:1 r, :,,"JI".: ,[ .)":,,,r"'" 1 "P'Iil"H';1 ,, .i'J' I,' :),'i ; ,,,';

.. .
:; ::: : ,r I'", "cyr'..."., ,
: ,, [IT '
STANIEY H KAflAN EDUCATONAl| CENTfR 00 .. :: : : : ,


Call Days, Evenings and Weekends'


c r 377-0014 FRIDAY OCTOBER 26th
,
409 SW 2nd Ave.



1 I IWANTED

FRIDAY OCTOBER 26.1990. ALLIGATOR.


SERVICESFREE SERVICESSTUDY TYPING SERVICESMICRO TYPING SERVICESWORD


4 AUBURN TIX wanted lor alumni. Call material Florida Teacher Certification CENTERTyping 376.0339. Full PROCESSING 24 hr service
305.739.8085 leave message GO GA. Pregnancy Test Exam *FTCE* Only $26.95 Send & self service computing. Open until $1.50 dbl sp pg $2 same day, Word
TORSI 10.31.4.10 Gainesville Women check/money order to: Teachers Support 10pm school nights Typing starts <@> Pefect 5.0 spell check edit. Call 378.
HEALTH CENTER Services Box 2585 Apopka FL 32704 ph 1.50/pg/ Resumes $6 Self service 2067 Rick. 11-1-5-12, ,
resumes $2.50/hr 15/page/ Laser
720 NW 23rd Avenue 4076898469 11-220-11
11 SERVICESNW 377-5055 typeset graphics spell check theses

ABORTION (To 24 Wks) ** ** LET'S PARTY papers special characters employment 13 HELP WANTEDCIRCULATION
databases .
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave BIRTH CONTROL Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ mailmerge trainingWordPerfect
near Oaks Mall area, 5.5 to 10 x 20 from Gynecology Services service all mu.lcallormall. 12.14-42- specialist Viss/MC 12-14-
52.12TypingWord ROUTE DRIVER lor The
$20, 10% disc to student 332-8917. 11DON'T
12.14-70-11 COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholar- Independent Florida Alligator Must own
ihipil College Scholarship Locators pob BE NEXTII / Processing Quality dependable reliable van or pick.up truck and be avail
service Reasonable rates able from 5 a.m. until 9 ..m. Monday
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 1881 Joplin MO 64802-1881 800 879- Protect yourself with the "PARALYZER" .
and 7485. 121475.11 Laser printer. 377 8175 til 9:00pm. 12- through Friday. Must have excellent driving
Get eonlld.ntl.ltlltlng treatment at
Keychain unit or home canister $11.95 + .
14 76-12
record and valid Florida driver license
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881, $1.50 shipping (checks OK.) Dade Enter.
12-14-76-11 Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional PO Box Pay per route plus mileage.
prises 164407, Little Rock AR
care In peaceful surroundings ...RESUMES*** Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West
72208 or call 501.378.2487. ,103010
Daily turnout grooming and TLC 482- 11 Complete writing & development services University Avenue Ask lor the route
** GATOR MOVING ** 5127. 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS Resume House 371.8148. 12-14- driver application No calls, please Affirmative -

Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng/ 1- NAILS BY VONDELL 78.12 Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Item/Hse Full. Days/Evei. Long dis .
FOR COLLEGE
3131 NW 13 St. 3771763Full
Llc/lni Harry/Bill/ 3744791. 12.14-78- Are available! Millions go unclaimed sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil Typmg/Wordprocessmg WordPerfect
yearly. 1.800-334-3881 Manicures Pedicures Limited Time 5.1.1 quality work last results, low rates AVON 375.8967
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 11.19.50.11 11-19-20-11 Only dependable personal service Tara 332- Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train.
boarding woodser facilities 1469 '12-14-76-12' Benefits Insurance. 12147613 ,
hay rides parties sales working Personal
Protection tear gas pocket
for
Looking a quality prog/rock that
students accepted 466-3224 3758080. sized 1395. Great gift LCM 2841 A can make party klckl/? A Controlled group Typing*Las.r Typesetting** Jobs in USA and overseas All occupations .
your
Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. Substance la what need call 335- resumes 0 reports 0 letters etc. Don t limit yourself to those low
*SUNBELT MOVING* 33408. 10-31-26-11 2891. 10-29-4-11 you 376-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave. companies that recruit on campus Jumpstart
Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 your job hunt. Contact College recruiters
Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies today. Write to CAS.. 652 W.
1- Item -House full Local/Lng/ dist BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING Put It In writing. Fast accurate, reliable Palm Ave. Placenpia Ca. 92670. 11-21-
Lie/Ins Priced for Studentil) Marty 375- From the company that offers a wide Masters in English will correct spellingand 50.13
MOVE. 12-14-76-11, selection' of genuine atonee Joetenel/ edit Transcribing 373.1937. 1029
1233 NW 10th Av. There la a difference; look for III! FlorIda Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate .
AAA STORAGE 372-1664 Bookstore 10281.11TYPING Term Papers Typeset Resumes in new drug study for the treatment .
Close to UF, Convenient MC/VISA/lnsurance Business Legal Personal Etc of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call
4x4x4 tlS/mo Free Pregnancy Test G'ville Handicapped Typing 3315379. 12126313
4x8x8 $30/mo Member YOU WRITE IT. WE TYPE IT 378.7179
533 SW 2nd Ave 377.1771 National Abortion Federation 000 NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top

12 SERVICES T.L.C. for your papers theses etc. Mac Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs
2 & laser, graphics, spell check, edit Only Inc. 18004688699. J1-7.30.13
373.9619, leave message 1.50 per dbl
*Typing reports business legal sppg. 11.5.15.12PROFFESSIONAL Travel Sales Representative Wanted,
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited resumes cassettes transcribed applications
outgoing, aggressive ..motivated individuals
letters notary *etc Available
WORDPROCESSING or groups to market Winter and
by Trude Michel acre 24 hours/7/ days/372.2777. 12-14-76- 3 degrees, WordPerfect 5.1.1 new HP Spring Break trips on campus For more

12 LaserJet III. Reasonable rates from Information call Student Travel Servicesat
30 Particle 53 Common
ACROSS 69 Goulash $1.50/ page 373.7818. 103110.12 800648-4849. 31-10-13
1 One of the 32 Blue Grotto's contractionSimpsons Typing & Typesetting Theses,

DOWN Isle 54 Wilder and Diss & Manuscripts ONLY Typing & Wordproc.llingL.gal., theses
5 USN monogram 1 Golf 33 "Fur -": Barry Experienced see Grad Sch list term papers, etc. Professional quality Classifieds. .
9 Hem anew stroke Beethoven 55 Silver source K.B. Williams 332-1402 1214- & reliable service Call Nancy Continued on next page.

14 Region 2 Seed 35 Hose blemish 58 Bridge bid 40-12 3722750 11210.12

15 Endangered covering 36 Polaris andCanopus 58 "True -"

buffalo 3 Depend on 59 River Burton
18 Way In 4 Calculated 40 Donkeys' explored THE MOBILE' GoLDfisH by Brett Schroederr.r.

17 Satiate 5 Red-hot cousins 60 Wintry

181968 U.S. parents? 45 Winter precipitationOpen

6 Muddle transport 61 Snaffle or curb LAVA

Tennis 7 Rocky 50 Steve or Woody 62 Watson Or LAMP!

Champion pinnacle 51 Debonair discovery

20 Place for an 8 AncientInscription
Egyptian ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: Is

22 Mufflers capital TAL C. R N 10ss

23 Concisely 9 Builder's rod A S I A. A R IE. I P I r.tag

25 Not kosher 10 Harden REA P.IT T A .1 S l. A r, h)

26 Result 11 1989 U.S. Open TAR TAN R H h+ ,ra1

In Paris Tennis A l. "F ATE

29 Shipper's abbr. Champion M T I I D IE f R i i I rl rle a1 _

31 Diamonds, 12 Sea birds A 0 NIE i 1 p 1 ,
to a yegg 13 Neighbor of
A
IL MAN
34 "Ernanl" Nebr. ,
composer 19 Represent T E M. FIR M R

35 'TIs the 21 Tempt I G a N A E R Y
iN
sails and not 24 Court's John I A N N .

the gales..." 26 Woes A R I SIT j i [l

37 Sal, e.g. 27 Galas IS PC. A H rii N N aZKE i0 ByDorteftSteniecty t I
38 labor follower 28 1966 U.S. Open A M N WALT : u y,5

39 Court's Jimmy Tennis IE S T A
41 Troy, NY Championcampus
1'M RUNNIN'r
10/26/90/ / "
TWOSB NONEWS.
WB N6B5 TO P\JT
42 Showed the UKfi 1Y ITS ANY
ANCIENT ALLEGATIONS lip 6
:11- rz 3 1 11 ,,11 I'l WHATBV62PIRT CONSOLATION
way PEHINP US AN' FOCUS ON ...
WB CAN WC GOT PLENNY 0'DIRT
43 Equip withweapons ,,14 III TM' TRULY IMPORTANT LIKE PAP NEW, 11,
DIG vf ON MV ON =..
'JII issues OF vie WHAT? OPPON8NtLt:95EE BOSS--LAST IHBAIZR
formerly 17 CAMPAIGN!, NOBODY 00K
44 Ivan et al. KISS WAS RUNNIN'A9IDE9
VOU.
21
46 Draft org.

47 Toronto gallery,
for short Mt M wRv NAVEL '
.r Na 5
48 movie Michael Caine ENRy ;

37
49 Distinctive N

flavor O o w.ww.r,.wr ...
52 Tidal bore o2e

55 Some teeth IZ

57 Steps down r WBLU! ....
611920 U.S. Open II
I CANT RISK KUNNIN' ON WNO1 1'MOSC1NITX.AGAINST 60 AU WS GOTTA OOIS
Champion YOU .. FIND DONY 9T.IBVB
MV ttCOKP --W6 GOTTA ,
63 expression:: FIND somaoNC FOR MCTO N AGAINST PIEU '... AGAINST BBIN' HIM'I MANSON
RUN AGAINST! veity MUCH THEM THINGS IS PUANNIN' TO
64 Cove NM D AGAINST MURPBK! RUN AGAINST PU9LIC OPPICSANVTIMS

85 William's aunt AN' MAYNCM.. .. OON...
66 Hawaiian port I ""-
67 Wee 14

68 Places settings for place l


MARK aru.ss4s. rJ
19M Lot Aattks Tree Syndicate 10/26/90/



Stumped? Cafl 1-9M-898-2124, ElL 98 9Sct/minute,1 ,!




_ __ __ _____ _on __ -_- -
>____ _____ .. .. _. 0
-



-

,


.14. ALUGATOR FRIDAY OCTOBER 26,1990'

HELP WANTED BUS. PERSONALSYOUR PERSONALSB NOTICESWHEN LOST & FOUND


4 U buy shoes, rackets, sportswearstrings WAS THE LAST TIME YOU LOST. Set of keys w/ approx. 6 keys on
FED CIA US
INTELLIGENCE JOBS.
FLORIDA COLLEGE RING
accessories, check us out. EZTennisG'vilit's WENT BOWLING? It's fun, It"s different plain ring with I dog leash type hasp.
Customs DEA etc. Now Hiring. Lilt Your
college credentials Make 'em
Lost on 10/24/ around noon In vicinity of
pricebuster/tennis authority Mon, Thurs.
ings ((1)I) 805 687.6000 Ext. K-9486. real, make 'em gold, make 'em 112.7.15Attractiv. Alley 11-1-16 Katz.17 open until lam basic science bldg., Newell Rd., Museum
10.31.21.13 Jostensl There le a difference, look Dr. Call 3788661. 10.31.4.20

for. III University Book Supply. 10 Male Graduate Student 28 Into DOG DAYS RUN .
NEED 20 BUCKS 26 1-14 the outdoors and the arts, not into the bar 5K run. I 1ml. run with your dog LOST. Black day.timer calendar book at
scene Seeks female friendship for din Oct. 27 Sam Westide Park S.F.C.C. If found, please call S. Smith
TODAY? Ing, dancing, fun, reply to: PO BOX 90184 For more info call 336.8747 10.28.9.17 3355996 1030320
An easy, relaxing way to pick up cash- 15 PERSONALS Gainesville 32607 1031515
all that i required is a plasma donation
Earn up to $120 this month. New donors Vuarn.tlCarr.ra/Ray.Ban/Gator. Great Led Zeppelin Box Set
only: with this coupon only. Come In prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical SALE $52.98 37-SPIKE 18 RIDES I STUDENTS
today) Alpha Plasma Center Laboratory 376.5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 SPIKE'S Records. 11-58-15
9 SW 1st street G'ville 378.9204. block from Ala Gen. 12147615 $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp./ $30 one way. I You 1 Can Receive Money I
10.31.8.13 I 6 yra of weekly Fri/Sun./ bus trips Pets I I
Natural Foods and Vitamins H H ok, pkg. transported. GMG trans 336- From 1 Home/ In 10 1 Minutes I
FIGURE MODEL wanted for Birkenstock Sandals, O'Connell Center 7026/305.266.3788, 11.5.30.18If
photographer portfolio Pay is $20 an Sunflower Health Foods HI! Events S
hour & prints No exp nee POBox 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 Upcoming your Rickshaw is getting a little creaky, I
24171 Gnsvlle 32602. 10.29.5.13 12.14.76.15 find a ride here In the Rides sectionl
.A Sixties Musical Review NATIONAL I II

Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par. PREGNANT? Don t guess Get! Immediate (Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Gary U.S. Any student needing a ride to Cleveland, I Cosh transfer I
ticipaie In new drug study for the treatment test results from a reliable source Bonds, The Box Tops, The Tokens, and OH. area for Thanksgiving hoi willing to I The Lfwttt Cost Win Service
of athlete foot Call 3315379. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881 The Chrystals) November 2 at 8:00pm: split gas $ call Randy at 377-2855 Iv. In The Business I
12.14.35-13 12.14.76.15 Dennis Miller LiveNovember msg. 10.30.4.18 FOR INFORMATION CALL
4 at 8.00 pm TOIL FREE I
Do you love kids ? Experieced NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? .M.C. Hammer In Concert-
1-800-940-6262
babysitters needed. Set your wage and Get special student discounts on exams November 6 at 7:30: pm 19 PETSF.
hours. Call Moms Network News at 374- and all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD Louise Mandrell! Christmas Show
6563. 1030513 377-0881 12.4.76.15' with special guest Irelene Mandrell!
December 5 at 8.00 pm purebred golden ret 8 wills $100
KITCHEN HELP. Full time and weekends Permanent Hair Removal Call 392-1653 negot. Call 373-9493 Julie.
Apply Tim s Thai Restraunt. 501 Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis" Inc. for FOR TICKET INFORMATIONSAW 10.26-4.1
NW 23rd Av. after 2 pm. No phone calls info about the PERMANENT removal of
please 10.28.3-13 unwanted facial & body hair, 3744307. It hasn't t been easy being without For Sale.Samyod puppy-pure breed. I
12.14-76-15 you but knowing you're mine gets me thru have all the papers Born on 6.21-90. +
Capable rider to help me exercise my 4th all the hard times. Love you muchol JHE Has had all shots Want $400. Call 336-
level trek stallion. No upper dressage experience STUDENTS GET CASH$ 10.28.1.15 0682. 1030519 I
needed, just basic ability. Call For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy t
376.4377. 10-30.4-13 372.1226. 211 I W. Univ Ave..nexttoCen. WM, athletic, very masculine seeks frat +
Iral City. 12147615 type dude. Send photo, phone, and note +
WANTED child care and light housekeeping to Boxholder, P.O. Box 12696, Gainesville 20LOST & FOUNDLOST
for 3 boys ages 6, 3, & 3 mos Must SAVE ON RAYBANS FL 32604 N PAP/
be available from 30pm: 7:30pm: weekdays University Opticians 112.515 : Gold braided.rope bracelet on 10-
and some weekends from 10 am S 300 SW 4th Ave 378.4480 17. Very special I Please Please returnl!
7 pm $5/hr to start Call 375.6858 be- 12-14-76-15 PANAMA JOE'S WANTS YOUI! HUGE Rewardll!! Call 336.0602. 1026-
tween 7 and 8 pm only, 112613 I I We've lowered our rates, come play pool 520
FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC* at 1986 pricesl Check out these specials
Close tOo UniverSity. Perfect job for ma- Serving UF since I 1977 : Sunday Bud longnecks, 8-Ball LOST: Gold specs Woke hungover w/o WE HAVEMAKEUP
ture couple. Help' maintain large yard, Most insurance accepted tournament, Monday 2-lor.1 pitchers, my glasses Lost at party at Greenwich
home and care for 3 children. Will furnish 2 blocks from UF I 1107 SW 2 Ave. 9ge longnecks, Tuesday League night, Green opts on 10.18. $20 rwd 3770278. ,
pools de furnished apartment wcent air Dr Steven Schargel come join our leaguesl 994 longnecks, 1030520 MASKS
on promises util and $350/mo No chil. 373.7070 9.ball tournament Thursday- Jack
dren. Call Gary (days) 373-7516 (eve) 12.14-76-15 Daniels all night. Panama Joes the only FOUND: Small, white mutt dog found in
3720189. 11.8-10-13 place for pool players I 3431 SW Archer Murphree area during Gator Growl EVERYTHING Make ;Cc Mek jr "i,1 1NEEDI
***GET A GRIP*** Rd. 377-7665. 11-1.S.15 Taken to Alachua County Animal Control. YOU'LL uaat u
I
Call ACTS 376.7105 10263.20 'M.k'"O/My/ k' l
BUSINESS The Spirit-filled Handsome, independent, guy, wants to Up Arrw4110h
Campus Ministry meet attractive girl with a flare for the FOUND: small dog. Looks like, cross between
14 PER'SONALSCOMPUTERSt.rmlnal. 12.14.76.15 romantic. a blue heeler and a beagle FoundIn
PO Box 90212Gainesville student Ghetto. Call 374.8021 to ID. ANNUAL
SKYDIVE FI 32607 1026320
ft pcs, buy, sell, 10.31.4-15 GALLERY of HORROR
trade, & Great Skydive with The Williston Skydivers
QUALITY
rent repair. prices, LOST: Gold bracelet wstones that spellI
CDCS 818 W Univ 338.0378. 12- 336-7970. 12147315 I Love You. Lost on 1022. VERY SPE CENTER of thtOAKS MALL
16 CONNECTIONSGAY CIAL) will give a reward. Call 374-6764 October 12-31Allergic
Big Sale at Babalou Records 15 Thanks 10263.20
SNOWSHOE Som. ow .nJoy H.Ilowren .s an
Days Only Oct 1531. Buy One Albumor ? BI? QUESTIONING? / play draa up, So.# ofw
Used Tape, Get One at Half-price $169/person! 3 nights lodging, 3 day lift GAY Switchboard 332.0700 24 hrs LOST: Rewardl Mobs pearl stud earring play dre.rup.ll ih. i.
equal or lesser value. Visit our New Store ticket, skis, 1 hour lesson Apres ski Info/Referral/Consultation/ 12-14-76.I 16 w/gold trim setting on Homecoming Friday
In Butler Plaza next to Cinema, & Draft- partyl! Breakaway Tours 3776369. night. Sentimental value Call 904-
house or near UF next to Univ Post Office Space limited! 10.31.18-15 EYE.EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease 733-9423 collect 10315.20
10269.14 treatment 28 years exp. Dr. J.
Beckum, optometrist 917 W Univ Ave. LOST: Red notebook for CrlmLaw 1. Call
$ MONEY BY MAIL $ MARDI GRASOnly 3781288. 10.31.2018DO Sherryl at 336-7776. 10.26-2-20
Local Financial breakthroughl! 92 spaces left! Packages from
Amazing recorded message 375.6238.Job $159. Don t miss this party weekend. SOMETHING DIFFERENT! Beer, LOST: Female cat declawed, yellow w/ Date?
Breakaway 377.6369. 1031-1615 bowling, billiards at Alley Katz. Open until tiger stripes on legs,white tummy & while
hunting burnout soon! Make more lam Mon.-Thurs. 11-142416 tip on tail Call 813.369.5098. after 11.1 You can find someone specialin
money now before you graduate. The ALLEY KATZ is a bowling center We call 3092632928. '1171020
most exciting career opportunity In over 5 have it alll) Pool, video games, and beer. THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, the "Connections" section in
yrs. Call Roger for more info. 1.800- Open until lam Mon.-Thurj, 12.13.43- 372.6724. Old esoteric books, astrology FOUND: Jacket in CSE classroom week the Classifieds. -
771.9094. 11-2.9.14 15 readings, crystals, minerals & more. ,11 I. 0110/22. Call Danny 3346585. 10-29-3-
9.14.16 20 373-FIND

Make money while you IIudylil!!! Beer, bowling, billiards at Alley Katz.
M Do you have asthma? Do you use your Open until lam Mon-Thurs DO SOMETHING LOST: platinum hand chain. A gift from
inhaler daily? Would you like to earn up DIFFERENTI! 11142415 my Mom, very special to me. REWARDII
to $S00? If so, call 3929086. 1128.14 CALL 371-3698 '1.1.5.20 1

You're the star of the party at Center
*A Nonsense way to $500 A Stage Costumes, masks, make-up & Dragon Keep FOUND: Cat- tabby with mostly black,
Day!",.send (SASE)...Anthony Fitzgerald morel' 3704 Newberry Road, Royal Park Computer entertainment network grey, white Wearing green leather collar
P.O. Box 12984 G'ville, Fl 32603 10 Plaza. 10-31.14,15 Multl.player live action games! w/ bell & flea collar, found In the Pines
315.14 Meet new friends/real time chat Call 335.4345. leave message 10303-
Halloween Costumes, masks, make-up, International relay ret forumsl
accessories, everything you needl 10th Free trial membership: call FOUND: 5.6 wk. old grey tabby kitten by
NAACPFlorida Annual Gallery of Horror. Center court. ((904)) 375-3500 24 hrs (modem. only) Norman Hall on 1023. Call to claim 377-
Regional Convention Oaks Mall. Daily lOam tllll:30: pm. 10 10-30-5.18 5887. 10303.20

CAREER FAIR
Femalepen pals wanted: adventurous, Gay guy Inexperienced; would like to LOST: gold rope bracelet on 10/19/ possibly .
6 100 s of Professional Job Opportunities: single, phY.lcal-lItn.1I conscious, romantic meet same for quiet, private, friendship, during Gator Growl. Very special! F
Accounting, Banking/Finance, Customer Antonio Torrealba, box 2210, Write to Box 13088, Q'ville 32604 10 BIG reward Call 334'7562 11-1520
Service, Data Processing' Computer Science Maracay Venezuela 29-516
Education, Engineering, Food Service 11.2.13-15
Hospitality/Leisure, Insurance, GWM, str acting, very attractive Seeks
Marketing, Maintenance, Manufacturers, THE INCOMPARABLE MESSIAHFor other gay/bl WM for discreet friendship Accent & the UF Model UN Club
Medical, MIS, Public Administrators, an inspirational message Reply only If str acting and attractive
Trade, Technicians, and more...Numerous dial 378-3359. 1026415 PO Box 12831 G'villa 32604, 1029216 presents *
national, regional, and local employers .
- participating........ **MUKAI PRINTS*** Go underground w/ GORP Explore local Clarence 6)"The )
Seniors, graduate students, minorities, (playboy advisor) natural caves/wet your feet in Fla aquiler Boonstra
women strongly encouraged to attend Victoria A.P. $700 Trip Is 12/8. $10 student, $12 non. Former Ambassador
Lisa XVII, framed $1050 Come to rm 330 JWRU to sign up. Call
Where: Ramada Inn, North Monroe reduced Must sell 336.9306, 392.1655 for more Into 10303.18

Tallahassee I 10 and N Monroe, FL 11.6-10.15 US and the UN;

When: Saturday, Novembers, 1990 Absolute Auction No mmlmums Convenient Is It Worth the "
1000am.4:00pm store goodies Including beer, 17 NOTICESMeeting Effort?

' Send Resumes ASAP to: NAACP Florida wine, cigarettes and party goods Saturday
State Job Fair, P.O. Box 28754, Jacksonville Oct 27 9 a.m. 1001 NW 53rd Ave. scheduled? Luncheon planned? FREEopen to the public
Fl. 32218.6447 (Deadline Date: Oct 10% buyers premium. Southern Auction Let everyone know what happening by Reitz Union
29, 1990)) Marketing. 375.6603. AB 100, AU 77 placing a classified adl! Ballroom, Oct. 26, at 5:30: pmI



.



r
FRIDAY OCTOBER 26.1990.ALLIGATOR, .

MICKELL Mickell was essentially on his own,

from() page 16 even though he lived in Yon Hall
with the rest of the scholarship
in midair and ran it 32 yards into players.

the end zone in the fourth quarter. "Coming out and watching practice
{< "As I coming to (Campbell)
"' was was the hardest part becauseI
',",,' .! he was bobbling the ball," Mickell I always wanted to be out there,"
said."I guess he saw me and let go Mickell said. "I didn't have to be
of the ball and it just came right there,but I wanted to see what kind
Into my hands." of competition there was."

After sitting out last season, Prop 48 erased one of Mickell's

Mickell's relieved he's finally getting .years of eligibility, leaving him
? -
r; > T to show his with only two
talent. The Miami
years to make
,. Senior High grad- M fans forget aboutRichardson

uate was a second- ickell is sixthon an
team All America All-America can-
the team in
selection at defen- didate who is sec

sive end in 1988. scoring.man ond on UF's
He was selectedas career sacks list
a defensive line- with 25. ,
4 to the 35-man Florida Super
Mickell is hoping someday his
Seniors Squad that met Georgia
name will carry as much weight asRichardson's.
prep all-stars in June 1989. But
But right now, he'sjust
Mickell missed last becausehe
year willing to hang back and wait
did not meet the minimum aca-
his turn.
demic requirements of the NCAA's

Proposition 48. "It's not hard at all, because I

A frustrated Mickell had time- know he's going pro next year,"
almost too much time-to concen- Mickell said. "I'm just trying to
trate on his studies last year. learn from him right now."

--
.< '.
'" ,, "',"e''; Eat your broccoli anyway. IromAlltgatorAdvertlslng Sane advice

,0, :';1
,. -----
"',,'
I
,", '

,, 1it,
," ACUVUE4DISPOSABLE
t\t.'tJ tr
: \
:: :'f;,:'

,-i CONTACTS
'l i




}it $3.25jLens


$85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam
;'
''' : :: / : ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL

; r.

..'4 ,. Millhopper Optical
J >f :'


2521 N.W. 41st St. 376-8000






DO GATORS

or

, .;. GET IN FREE ?


Y live.



,"
k blazer, 160. Pleatedt

$72. Both rayoncottontwill
f gabardine. Foulard

cotton shirt, $52.Burdlnes.










Gator fans make great Jai-alai/ fans. Free admission on .
Friday and Saturday when you show your game +
ticket or ticket stub-or just show up wearing I
orange and blue. For best views reserve lunch .
or dinner at the Carom Clubhouse.
-

I fi mile east of 441 on State Road 318. Evenings
7 p.m. Matinees 12 noon on Mon.,Wed. Sat.
Closed Sun., Tues. Minors over 4 welcome
with adult. Reservations: Ocala 591-2345;
Gainesville 376-9044.



\' "'-- .. _________ J---,
....


ALLIGATOR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1"0

I SPORTSPicks




ColumnNews Spurrier coached 2 pro wrestlersBy I


and the USFL, and was traded from the "(Simmons) was a solid player for
ALEX MARVEZ Bandits to the Memphis Showboats. us," Spurrier said. "He was a dominant I
Alligator Writer "Lex was a good player,but I thoughthe player at Florida State his sophomoreand
Call Steve Spurrier the Captain Louis lust didn't have his heart into it," junior seasons, but then he
Albano of the UF football team. Spurrier said."Physically, sprained his ankle se-
Spurrier, the Gators' football coach, he could do everything.But verely and it seemed he
instructed two of today's most success- boy, did he like that never came back to
ful professional wrestlers when he was wrestling." where he was."

An the coach of the Tampa Bay Bandits of Luger,who Is six-feet-5, w..
the United States Football League. 260 pounds, said UF is Spurrier almost had a
National Wrestling Alliance grap- lucky to have Spurrier as third big-time wrestler on
News Sports plers Lex Luger and Ron Simmons a coach. the Bandits for a little
both played offensive line under Spur "Even if Florida started while, even though it was
DATELINE: Oct. 1, 1986, in the bowels of the rier for the Bandits between 1983-85 4-0, Spurrier was a great only for an exhibition
Alligator newsroom Members of the Alligator news before trading In the shoulder pads for choice as a coach," Luger game.
department challenged members of the Alligator sports wrestling tights. said. "When I was at STL.- *

department to a game football Wednesday.The Luger is currently the NWA's U.S. Tampa, I had a disagreeSimmons "We were trying to get
news department, led by opinions editor Mike heavyweight champion an honor that ment with the offensive line coach and Dusty Rhodes to suit up," Spurriersaid.
Podolsky, claims the sports department at the Alligator places him just below NWA world was later traded. "We wanted to get him on TV
i is too cocky and need to have their collective butts kicked. champion Sting in the promotion. Sim- "I'm sorry I didn't get a chance to suited up as a defensive tackle.
DATELINE: Oct. 1, 1990, in the slightly Improved mons and Butch Reed are the NWA play more under Spurrier. He was a
bowels of the Alligator newsroom -Despite world tagteam champions. really good coach." "But we could never find him. I

losing the first four games by an estimated combined score Luger, whose real name is Larry Simmons ((6-3,275)) was a nose guardat guess because he's on the road a lot."
of245-49, the news department, led by quarterback Dan Pfohl, played at the University of Florida State from 1977-80, earning
Evans, has once again challenged the sports departmentto Miami in the 1970s until he was dis- All-America honors his final two sea- UF tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick also

a football game. missed for a conduct violation. sons. has ties to pro wrestling. One of his
Are they serious or what? He played for seven different teams He still holds all-time FSU recordsin best friends is Joe Gomez, who wres-
Well, if they insist, then so be it. between the Canadian Football League sacks and tackles for losses. tles as Alan Iron Eagle in the NWA.


KICKOFF- Saturday, 1 p,m. (EDT) Mickell offense defense
SITE Lake Alice Field (capacity 234)) plays on

TELEVISION Repeat telecast on VHS.

COACHES SPORTS: Player/coach Ron Sophomore defensive end makes debut season memorableBy
( 14-2 little
Kaspriske ((00 season, career as league
coach); NEWS: Player/coach Dan Evans ((0-0 season, SHARON And he doesn't pass rush quite like for taking the ball right out of the
GINN
v 0-1 career, lost last year's game) Richardson.But opposition's hands and running it in for
Alligator Staff Writer
he has scored more points this the score.
The Picks Playing backup for Huey Richardsonat season 12 than any other defen- In the Gators'50-7 victory over Okla-
Whoever said football is a game of inches never defensive end would make it easy sive player and ranks sixth overall on homa State on Sept. 8, Mickell] began
asked members of the Alligator newsroom for a ruler. for Darren Mickell to wallow in obscu- the team in scoring.After all,it's what's his career with the Gators by recover-

To put it simply, they can't win. rity.After on the Scoreboard at the ing a fumble by Cowboys quarterbackEarl
Sports never boasts, but statistics don't lie. all, Richardson is end of the game that really. Wheeler in the fourth quarter.
In last year's contest, sports picked off six passes a top lombardi! Trophy matters. Even though UF quarterback Kyle
from Evans and routed the newsroom team 65-21. candidate who commands I "He's done so well for Morris gave the ball right back to OSU
Why should this year's game be any different? attention the min- his first year," said UF de- by dropping the ball on the Gators'
Kaspriske will quarterback the sports team and ute he steps onto the fensive ends coach Bob next possession Mickell was deter-
eagle-eyed Evans will quarterback the news team. field. Sanders. "We're fortunateto mined. He intercepted Wheeler's next
'Nuffsaid. Though Mickell hasn'texactly have Huey and (defen- pass and returned it 14 yards for UFs
set out to upstage sive end Mark at
) Murray
final touchdown of the game.
As for the real world, college football continues this
week here at the Alligator-brand Picks Column al- Richardson, he hasn't A. that position now. But "That was a screen I just ran it
though the Gators are resting on their laurels and been living in his shadow we're expecting really big in," Mickell said. "Coach (Sanders)
I hardys for that matter. eitner. Mlcke" things from Darren." had been working on it with us all week
I Mickell's been earning Sanders said he doesn't long. I just happened to be in the right
Tied in first place after a week chock full of upsetsis
respect by making a few big plays of expect the 6-foot-4,273-pound Mickellto place."
sports writer Sharon"I couldn't catch a cold if I wore
his own. zip around like Richardson does. And last wee';:, 1.1 the Gators' 59-0)
a bikini in a freezer"Ginn. Ginn, despite having hands
I like a clock, will see playing time. Mickell, a true sophomore who sat Mickell most effective in shortyardage massacre of Aki )D, Mickell caught a

Token newsroom picker Dan "We really do know out last year after falling prey to the situations.But fumble by Zips ta ]IbackTroy Campbell
NCAA's Proposition 48, isn't a big hit- Sanders also said Mickell seemsto
how to play football" Evans is tied with Ginn at 41-29. see Mick*'J;, page 15
ter like Fee Bartley or Godfrey Myles. have a knack Mickell calls it luck
Sports editor/Heisman Trophy candidate Ron "So
when do we get to hit somebody?" Kaspriske remainsin '
third with a record of 3931. .', :: Volleyball team plays todayTwo

Now comes the fun part.
After weeks of taking a beating at the hands of every '.:. ,-tour"-s--ainesvitlge' \1 \ ; UF men's tennis players in' qualifierBy

prognosticator this side of the Mississippi, wrestling \ ; ,
writer/columnist Alex "I'll play this game as long as '' : HUGH HENCKEN Tennis
I'm home in time for Saturday Night's Main Event" -." Alligator Writer Two members of UFs men's tennis
I Marvez has risen from the cellar. host the Super Chevy Showthk: I team, Gary Finnegan and Doug Proud-
After picking a few upsets,Marvez ((3733)) no longer M Saturday and Sunday b gfertB f The UF volleyball team will try to ian will attempt to qualify this weekendfor
has to be this column's whipping boy. :1 gat 8 ua, n ":' r.: .;; at': 'r"" i. Improve its five-game-winning streak the Volvo Tennls/ITCA Collegiate
Enter assistant sports editor Gregg "I couldn't pick S iI'.UI"HWU"VI"It"W'.'. ; : ti will feature, against Georgia tonight at 7 p.m. in the Championships in Athens, Ga.
the correct scores of last week's games" Doyel. *;ft*jKlafc,'a car+ ibow:1.:aad w. ",' O'Connell Center.: Finnegan and Freudian are part of a
Doyel, now 36-34 after going 3-7 last week, hopes to $:car part,'swap'feet, ;' The Gators are 11-11: overall and are 128-player draw of unranked players
salvage his life as a sports personality with a big gameon ,winnerof the-hf. ; ,. r'j, 3-2'in the Southeastern Conference competing for a birth in the championships -
the field Saturday. ):.trc) I :"Super ,. ,Efl going into tonight's match. ,which will begin Tuesday.
J< Georgia has won six of their last Those players who reach the quarter-
WMkDgMtoC M OS RK All GO 't. ..
.* =VIr. BC WV BC WV WV ,'1' ": seven games. The Bulldogs are 18-7 final round of the qualifying tournament
=FInd M SI. FS Ml FS Ml FS Ml fs Ml FS Ml : overall and are in second place in the will join the 64:.competition who al-
E.c.....C-.00.. TU TU EC EC TUAl SEC with'a 4-1 record. ready qualified for the championships.
I F-Sl.. M. Al Al Al
Baya.IT.....C/IneI./ I BA M TC TC TCG.'i..lK. fl l"" 1 'u I i I V I ''I "It's a big game," said UF head coach Proudian Is one of the 16 players in
.
UK UK GA GA GA
.....M..Indan.... Ml IN IN Ml MlWuhngtonit&om Marilyn McReavy. the alphabetical seedings forthe quali-
NY NY WA WA NYPORTiw "It's conference, it'shere at home, fying tournament which runs Saturday
$ NEWS-All:Spal.lli-7;00:spats 70a so:Span
A U-0;AM:Span 4MDE.; :Nm 35-21 they have a lot of information on us and through Monday.,
I we have a lot on them; it is going to be Alligator writer Debra Sari Linn, contributed '
1 .
'a.good match.;" I to this rl ort.: .*, 4 '

..... ,
e.1t -'-ii' 1' -J -----. .#"'". .. -,- -- ,.. ...-Me =-...... I"p -- .. t. .... -,.. --