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Police remain Task force "

hopeful aboutinvestigation to examine F


VIN advisementBy


Alligator Writer DEBBIE CENZIPER

The chief investigator and local state attorney Alligator Staff Writer
searching for the killer of five local college students
UF officials are searching for ways to smooth \
said remain that the crime
Wednesday they optimistic
undergraduate academic advisement, the program !
will be solved.
eventually often criticized by students overwhelmed by long lines
"We have physical evidence we think will be bene- and underwhelmed by the advice they receive.An .
ficial to us one day," said J.O. Jackson, the chief academic advising task force, appointed by I
investigator from the Florida Department of Law Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean Willard Harrison, has
Enforcement on the Task Force investigating the been charged with evening out the bumps undergraduates -
August killings.But often must overcome when they want to see a
Jackson refused to say whether the evidence counselor.UF .
would lead the Task Force to a single suspect. President John I Lombardi said Tuesday the
State Attorney Len Register said his office will lend group is putting together recommendations, which
its resources to the search until the killer is caught. will be submitted to him and Provost Andrew
"We're not going to quit," Register said. "The Sorensen at the end of the semester.
commitment is there. I think ultimately we're goingto Liberal Arts and Sciences student affairs Associate
break this thing." Dean Larry Severy, who heads the task force, said 1
But Register went on to say the optimism exhibited UF's advising system is decentralized counselorsare
about the investigation is "not because we know of spread throughout individual colleges,and quality
something that's going to occur in the next few varies. Faculty, Preview staff, undergraduate coordi- \
weeks." nators and professionals all serve as counselors either
"We very much need a break in the case," he said. full-time or part-time! he said. I
"Otherwise, it's going to be very much dependent on The group already met with students and adminis-
slow, methodical, investigative police work." TENIELLE TODD trators and invited advisement consultants to offer
The investigation already has expended the What's a calorie? insights on system improvements, Severy said. II'
$941,000 federal grant that was paying overtime sal- But revamping UF's entire advisement system is
aries for local police involved in the search.see Crystal Simmons, 7, nibbles on her Halloween candy at not likely, Severy said. Instead, the group will look .
a student-organized children's party at Rawlings Hall.
Investigation, page 4 see Advisement, page 4

I McGrifF, Wheat vie for county commission seatBy ;1 1

"Government is a compromise.You crease his chances of winning. He "It means jobs for Burger King," Lu Hindery, $250 from Mott Tire
JOHN F. BERRY have to listen to all sides," said because only 24 percent of the he said, "not just for owners, but and Brake, $50 from Jerry Hines, I
Alligator WriterIf McGriff said Monday from his registered voters cast their ballots for the people who make $5-$7 an the president of the Gainesville
County Commissioner Penny State Farm Insurance office on in a primary, it's too difficult for a hour." Chamber of Commerce, and $250
Wheat fails to win next Tuesday's Northwest 13th Street. "I'm sure challenger to win a party nomina- McGriff said the additional dol- from a realtor's political action ;;
election, area environmentalists the majority of the commission tion.But lars spent in hotels mean taxes for committee.As .
will lose their_ most ardent sup- would agree with that statement." he said a party label is irrel- government, jobs for workers and of an Oct. 12 campaign con- :
porter in local pOli- McGriff hints at evant in local elec- money for businesses, tribution report, McGriffs $22,138is
t. Wheat's rigid style in tions."I and future events will more than twice the $10,500
tics.But to some, a t his campaign com- felt it was non- A11 R mean jobs for UF stu- Wheat raised through Oct. 19. I'
Wheat loss is what Al mercials and litera- partisan,"he said. "It dents. "It's obvious the developershave r
achua County needs.; ture. allows all people to He said Gainesville their candidate, and it's not >'_
Critics say because "Leading in consensus vote." will get a $500,000 me," Wheat said.
Wheat uses an un- rather than in con- If he is elected, boost when SPOC But the environmentalists have .
compromising style frontation" is his McGriff said the sponsors the their candidate in Wheat, 35. She \
and condescending' campaign theme. county wit1lmproveeconomlcal1y McDonald's swim- is endorsed by the Suwannee-St.
voice, she prevents Next month's race be- ming classic, which Johns Sierra Club and Friends of r
county governmentfrom is McGriff sixth elec- cause of his experience comes to UF in Decem- Alachua County, a group she co- ,\'
..!runningsmoothly. tion but his first as aRepublican. and influence. ber. He also said SPOCis founded in 1985.
McGriff is the trying to bring the
They also in lyeu! coMcGriff The
Wheat publishes an opinion
her with act- founder and chair- Florida high school
charge he lost in the primaryto called FACT which has
ing for Friends of Al Sen. George Kirk- man of the football championshipgame 1,000 subscribers and is distrib-
achua County, a specialinterestgroup Patrick, D-Gainesville, Gainesville Sports Or- to Ben Hill Griffin Stadiumin uted throughout Gainesville.
that advocates tight spending for the state's District ganizing Committee 1991.
and environmental issues. 6 seat. Republican Ben (SPOC). He said that McGriff is endorsed by the Po- Group members on Wheat'scampaign
contribution list include
Campen is challenging committee is responsible lice' Benevolent Association, the
Perry McGriff, Wheat's Republican Kirkpatrick for Q for bringing the Gainesville Board of Realtors and UF Associate Entomology Professor -
challenger in Tuesday's elec- that seat Tuesday. Special Olympics to the Gainesville Home Builders. Frank Slansky,the other FACT
tion, agrees with her critics. McGriff said he Gainesville this year. co-founder who gave $100; FACT
McGriff, 53. served as a city com- switched from the The event filtered $1.5 The area in turn,especially busi- President Harold Graybill, who
missioner from 1968 to 1971, and Democratic to the Re- million into the econ- ness and real estate interests,givesto contributed $150; and UF historysee

as a county commissioner from publican party this summer to inomy.. McGriff. Contributions include Election page 5
1974 to 1980. $200 from Alachua County Sheriff

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Council for Exceptional Children meets tonight at 7 in the Presbyterian '99: Project '99 meets tonight at / AFFORDABLE CONVERTABtE/ SOFA-BEDS '
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and collect deposits. Farah's. Everyone is welcome. Call the University Club, 18 E.UniversityAve.
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Club Suwannee-St.Johns Group Filipino: The Filipino Student As- Democrats: Students for Chiles CongratulatesThe
meets tonight at 7:30: in Health Sci- sociation meets tonight at 7:30: in Re- and the UF College Democrats will
ence Center Communicore Room itz Union Room 361. Please bring rally in support of the
Cl3. Victor Doig will speak on canned food. Rides provided. Call Chiles/MacKay campaign today at
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I Miranda loses bid for Finance Committee chair I IBy

JACK REJTMAN supported R&A's recommendation to ap- Miranda, who beat-out former Sen. Bret students.
Alligator Writer point Smith as the Finance Committee's Berlin for the engineering seat last week, Erik Botsford, EAG Marine Committee
chairwoman. But Smith said Miranda would said he satisfied his conscience by running. Issues director, said more than 7,000 stu-
For the second straight Student Senate have done a good job. "You win some and you lose some," Mi- dents world-wide attended the three-day
meeting, engineering Sen. Nelson Mirandawas "Nelson Is very qualified," Smith said. "IfI randa said. "It was really close in R&A, andI convention, including representatives from ,
at the center of debate. I hadn't gotten it, I would have backed him." I felt I had to run." Mali, Malaysia and Japan. Celebrities suchas I
Miranda challenged accounting Sen. Lise Both Miranda and Smith were appointedas Miranda's challenge to Smith's recom- Robert Redford and Jesse' Jackson spoke \
Smith for the vacant Finance Committeeseat replacement senators last week but mendation by the R&A Committee for the at the conference, which offered more than
Tuesday night, asking senators for a served in the Senate and on the Finance engineering seat replacement mirrored 900 workshops and targeted corporate accountability
secret-ballot vote. Committee before the fall elections. Berlin's. and minority involvement in

The Finance Committee handles all spe- Miranda worked on the Budget and Fi- Berlin's challenge also failed, but the Sen- environmental issues.
cial money requests not included in SG's nance Committee for several months and ate appointed him third assistant to Stern
of toxic in
"Eighty percent dumps are
budget. was an assistant to former Student Body Tuesday along with six others. "
Botsford said.
minority neighborhoods,
The. Senate's Replacement and Agenda Treasurer Alan Levine. He also worked with Also at the meeting, the Environmental
"They're the ones in danger from asbestosand
Committee selected Smith the Student President Michael Browne about
for positionover Body Action Group made a presentation lead-poisoning because they don't have
Miranda Sen. and Sen. and Student Treasurer David Stern national conventionat
Chris Gerardy Body on their October trip to a the money to have it removed."
Chris Youngblood. R&A's recommendationmust this summer's Budget Code revisions. the University of Illinois. SG halffundedthe
be approved by the Senate. Smith was Homecoming finance director trip's travel costs with $2,184 on the As a result of the convention,EAG createda
Though Miranda asked senators to recon- this fall,chairman of the Senate's Affairs and condition that one of the group's members Minority Involvement Committee headedby
sider the recommendation,Smith easily won Ethics Committee and a member of the B&F would report to the Senate what the group Black Student Union Vice President
Senate's approval, 49-19. The Senate then Committee longer than anyone else. learned and how that could benefit other Kendra Rice, he said.

Library simplifies electronic 4M


mail system to encourage useBy 101.

anybody can."
Covey said installing the electronic mail system
Alligator Staff Writer I
into the Library West computers hasn't cost the !
Neither rain, snow,sleet nor dead of night will stop university any money.
Library West's new mail system.A "We just sort of piggy-backed the (electronic) mail
blackout, on the other hand, might do the trick. onto our existing NERDC system," Covey said.
Library West has simplified its electronic mail "We've had the ability all along but just recently eef'
system to encourage more students and faculty to use tapped into it."
the computerbased method of sending and receiving Covey traced the system's roots to a few years ago,
information, a University Libraries official said. when numerous university officials with offices at t
"We've been phasing !it t in for two or three years," opposite ends of campus,found their. method of com-
said Bill Covey, head of the systems munication inefficient and cumbersome. -
office of University Libraries. "Fi- .
nally, we've got it working 100 per- 'Tm a computer Electronic mail improved commu-
cent. nication by letting its users "play
idiot. If I do
Home or office personal computers can phone tag," Covey said.
with a modem and an account it, anybody can. And this is one type of "tag" not M
with Northeast Regional Data Cen- limited by distance, said Chuck See-
ter can be used to call the reference Razia NanJI ger,an assistant administrator in the
desk in Library West for Information UF librarianwho computer and information sciences
said Razia Nanji, a UF librarian department."With .

answers the mail daily. electronic mail, if you have
To obtain an account number, users need to bringa ... the
friends at Florida State (University) or across
blank floppy disk and pay a $5 monthly minimum. "
Pacific,they can be communicated with, Seeger said.
"What this does is eliminate the coming in and

asking of one or two questions that can just as easilybe Seeger said the system isn't entirely perfect.
done over the computer," Nanji said. ap yr..
Of course, not every question has a short, conve- "Depending on the bugs they work on, I supposeit's r'
nient answer that can be sent back over the computer, possible to break into our system," Seeger said.
Nanji said. "But our computers are completely different from the
"Sometimes we get people wanting to know what ones they use at Tigert Hall for classes, grades and
type of information Library West has," Nanji said. everything else."
"Obviously, I couldn't type that Instead I copy off
some material and mail it. For other questions, I'll Besides, Nanji said, the electronic mail system in
call the person, or, if it is suitable, send an answer Library West doesn't exactly have the winning Florida STEPHANIE SOMME1!
back to their computer." Lottery numbers. Say 'ah!'
The new system hasn't caught on yet, said Nanji,
who said she receives a few letters every morning.But "Somebody could break someone else's code," Bert Wahl of Wildlife Rescue keeps his Florida panther I

it's not a hard process to understand."I'm Nanji said. "But what are they going to get? Nothingbut partner on a short leash.
a computer idiot," Nanji said. "If I can do it, some call numbers and book locations." I

I Law, medical students to bridge professional gap :I

perience with legal jargon and various areas of medicine and law Sharon Stiller, an attorney who which consists of law students and
By SHARON W. HARWELL courtroom etiquette,often frustrat- have expressed interest in joiningthe started the program, sees the medical students, he works to promote ;
Alligator Writer ing the attorneys involved. group. mock trials as a way to bridge the better understanding. ';
Some doctors are spendingmore UF medical and law school stu- One of the ways the group is gap between law and medicine and Though his classes don't involve I
time in courtrooms than op- dents are forming a group called working to bridge the gap, which to ease the transition from operat- mock trials, he does see how such 1''
erating rooms, prompting univer- Association for the Advancementof Garcia believes is not as wide as ing room to courtroom. trials could be a positive experience. )
sities to teach medical students Health and Law to promote In- the two professions think, is Students and professors in the ,
how to deal with malpractice trials teraction between the two schools. through production of a journal law and medical schools at UF Dr.Ray Moseley,who has a doc- I
and the witness stand. Arthur Garcia, president of the aimed at a collaborative effort between agree that there is a conflict. torate in medical ethics and
More than a third of U.S. physi- association, Says the group's pur- the two. "There is clearly a gap betweenthe teaches in the field, agrees that
cians have been sued for malpractice pose is "to provide a common At the University of Rochester's two professions," said Professor mock trials might be effective, but
and many others appear as forum for anyone interested in School of Medicine and Dentistry, Walter Provert, who teaches a he has some doubts.
expert witnesses, according to a health and law and the effects they a required ethics course has med- seminar on law and medicine. "There are no studies about how
recent article in American Medical have on each other." ical students take part In mock Provert believes the problems effective a program like that is,"he
News. According to Garcia,a third-year trials to gain experience in the evolve from lack of understanding said, adding that such a program
But most of them have little ex- 'law'' student,' 40 td '50's'tiide'nti in courtroom. between the fields. In his class, would be difficult to coordinate. 11

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(UPI) Controversial student artwork As They Wanna Be" and the arrest of band members
may find a place at the University of South Florida. from 2 Live Crew.
USF art department faculty will meet Friday to "There is no impulse in this department to censor The J. W. Reitz Union and the Department of Music present:

locate a spot on campus where students can display anything that students do," Marsh said Wednesday."We The 17th Annual
artwork without the constraints of authoritative scru- do want to display them where people have
tiny, said Bruce Marsh, acting chairman of USF's art choices."
department The student who took the photos, Mark Wemple, r1
Faculty members also will hammer out policy on 23, said he never intended his pictures to be inter- [ |labrigai Dinners
what will be deemed suitable for display in a hallway preted as they were by the faculty members who
glass case, where a week ago Marsh removed seven considered them offensive and violent toward women."I
photographs amid complaints from some faculty had no intention for those symbols to be thoughtof Tuesday,November Saturday,December
members that the sadomasochistic theme in some of like that," he said. 7.00 pm at the Reitz Union
the pictures was offensive. The photographs show a nude man and woman in
The removal sparked charges of censorship, an various poses with a U.S. flag. Wemple said the Tickets available at the University Box Office
issue that has engulfed Florida in recent months,with pictures symbolically represent attitudes on censor beginning Thursday,November 1;mail and
the banning of the controversial rap album"As Nasty ship and politics. telephone orders accepted starting

.. Friday, November 2
Barry sentence was too harshWASHINGTON
I: says drug UF students: $14.95

.. .. i General Public $19.95
(UPI) -Mayor Marion Barry said dred people, many of them Barry supporters who
Wednesday his six-month prison sentence for a mis- shouted and clapped throughout the broadcast The Madrigal Dinners features performances by:
demeanor drug possession conviction was too harsh "I,look forward to the day when Americans see the the U.F. Chamber Singers,directed by Ron
and that drug abuse should be treated as a health ravages of alcohol,cocaine,amphetamines and othersas Burrichler, the U.F.Renaissance Ensemble,
problem rather than a criminal one. a medical problem to be treated that way," Barry directed by John Kilt,and the Jongleur Jugglers

"If you look at Marion Barry's record of public said. "I think I can be a good example as someone For More Information Call 392-1653
service, I was never accused of abusing my office," who's been caught up in it temporarily (and) now out
I Barry said during a live broadcast of the "Phil Dona of it, able to function well."
; hue Show," aired from the University of the District When asked why he was still running for mayor,
t of Columbia auditorium."I Barry said, "People in Washington can't quarrel with
never took a bribe. I never stole any government my public record or public service. What people can
money... I was engaged in private actions that were quarrel with,and rightly so,was my personal conduct
illegal in some instances that were made public. If I ... I think the public of Washington would lose a
had abused my office, ... I think then I should have valuable person with experience. I know the govern
been held to that standard," Barry said. ment better than anybody else, and I can do more SATURDAYCOME
The hour-long show was attended by several hun- than anybody else."

ADVISEMENTfrom vision schools,which have special- Browne said UFs undergraduatesneed
ized counselors and more focused more full-time academic advisers
page 1 programs, he said. who have plenty of time and WATCH THE
for ways to improve existing pro- The lack of counselors usually know the system.
cedures. hits hard around registrationweeks
"A very large campus can't work and orientation. But Hemp Browne said he presented his GAME AND ENJOY2FORl
with a centralized office," Severy said students can avoid the crowdsby views to task force members, who
I said. "The mandate is to come up visiting counselors before the were receptive.
with an ideal system for the '90s peak times.
and beyond." "What we need to have are advisers
I UF Vice Provost Gene Hemp Hemp said correcting any prob- that understand each class,"
lems with UPs
said the casualties of faulty academic counseling systemis Browne said. "I'm sick and tired of
important to that stu-
advising are usually fresh ensure seeing so many great students
dents in school and
men and sophomores, who are not stay stay coming here and taking physics,
yet in their colleges. Juniors and happy. chemistry and calculus all at once.
seniors benefit from their upperdiINVESTIGATION Student Body President Michaelin That's not the way to do it."

prison at sentencing Nov. 8 for have found no definite links. .

I from page 1 beating his 79-year-old grand- Register reiterated that the Florida -
( mother at her Indialantic home.He Highway Patrol practice'of ALL DAY
Task Force also is charged with attempted sex-
spokesman Sgt. thumbprinting people at random in
Dick Gerard said the grant moneyran ual assault and armed burglary in southwest Gainesville was halted
I out last Saturday and said officials Indian River County and with as- Monday and was never approvedby AT
; hope to get more to cover the sault on two UF students outside him or any other of the
the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity leaders.
investigation's expenses. investigation's
Officials said Edward Lewis
Investigators also said they have Information in this report came
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UF student is still looked at
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page 1 Hunt Club, a 620-unit apartment ," Wheat said. lower taxes and a lower cost of He has owned his State Farm
development on the edge Paynes Wheat objects to her opponent's government," she said, refering to Insurance Agency branch since
Professor Emeritus John Mahon Praire. claim that she is a rebel. In an when she voted in the minority.
who gave $100. After County Attorney Tom interview last week, she produced Despite receiving less than half 1962.Wheat's
Wheat who was the group's ex- Bustin advised commissioners not statistics that said she agreed with the amount of McGriff contribu- interest in local govern-
ecutive director resigned her to appeal the District Court opinion the other four commissioners 87 tions,Wheat said she is undau nted. ment policy-making began after
membership in that group and ,Wheat proposed that commis-' percent of the time. She also said "Money doesn't vote peopledo her son, Justin Langer, and four
other area organizations when she sioners again appeal the court's she and another commissionervoted ," she said. "People don't make other children drank water that J
first ran for county commissionerin decision. in the minority in 4 percentof money off clean air and clean was contaminated by leaking gas-
1986. Her motion received no second.A the votes and voted alone 9 water. Realtors and developers do oline from underground storage
She is still a member of the crowd of about 50 environmen- percent of the time. make money off decisions that gov- tanks. She sued Texaco Refiningand
board of directors of Scenic Amer- talists hissed and protested to no But the majority of votes taken ernment makes." Shell Oil and settled for
ica and a member and cofounderof avail. Despite Wheat's efforts to during the past four years-which But McGriff says jobs are essen- $20,000 in an out-of-court agreement -
the Florida Alliance for a Clean stop the development, the Boca Wheat said totals 3,500 deals tial to Alachua County's future.
Environment. Raton developer never followed his with controversial issues suchas
When he was a county commis- After she won a county commis-
Wheat has demonstrated her resiliency promises to build, and the land is local contracts individual con- sioner,he said he was instrumentalin sion seat, she pushed through an
on environmental issues.In now for sale. cerns and the consent agenda, a bringing Bear Archery and Na- ordinance requiring double-lined
April, the Alachua County Com- Time has shown the Hunt Club list of non-controversial items."The tionwide Insurance to the county. storage tanks, a law that later was
mission lost its court battle to re- property is necessary for protec- times I voted with the pub- Together,he said they contributedTI" adopted statewide.

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questionsAnyone wIve. reroain inIlr!

Unit\ Iraq withdraws from

who watched the gubernatorial debate Tues .Jrttetelcwer ]
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day night have learned to sling ,
may some new ways at the PAP L.
its ryes
mud, but we doubt they learned anything that will help apolpgiies' disbands

them in next week's election.We viSpcns capabilities\ amibecomes

were disappointed to see incumbent Gov. Bob Mar a tern styli 1 1deIrPracy

tinez and Democrat Lawton Chiles spend most of their : ...

television time calling each other names rather than let-

ting viewers know their stands on the issues.

This state, growing each day by leaps and bounds,

faces a myriad of questions about lottery money, higher

. education, the environment and (shhh, the tourists I In Ir

might hear) growth management.But .

rather than tell what they've done or can do to

help Florida answer these questions, the candidates had

more fun pointing at each other and acting like children.So .

far, the only divisive, clear-cut issue that voters

have to go on is abortion. Martinez is blatantly against

abortion, and Chiles has said he supports allowing a

: woman to make her own choice. II

I Although abortion is certainly a volatile issue around. Vote to keen Governor Martinez

the country now, it isn't the only thing voters should ...

have in mind when they go to the polls. This is it the only time you'll ever see a Florida eo- Ed Scales

When voters tune in to a debate, they expect to hear a newspaper columnist endorse Gov. Bob Martinez for O
solid discussion of issues. They deserve more from their reelection. Why is the print media so hostile toward N POLITICShave
Martinez? Because he's so hostile toward new taxes.
gubernatorial candidates than name-calling. It's that simple.

When Martinez took office in 1987, he supportedthe infringed on First Amendment freedoms.Those
BooMany sales tax on services because he listened to the who criticize Martinez for enforcing Florida's obscen-
"tax, tax, spend, spend"Tallahassee crowd instead of ity laws, though, should seek to change the laws, not
Florida's citizens.To paraphrase Martinez, he made a the governor.
UF students spent Wednesday night pretendingthey mistake, and he has learned. Martinez also called a special session of the Florida

were someone else a typical Halloween ritual. The print media, however, have blasted Martinezfor Legislature to unsuccessfully advance his view on
But they almost spent a scary evening on the street, instead listening to his constituents and repealing the abortion. Regardless of your views on abortion, one
,, of the annual Halloween Festival. enormously unpopular tax a "no-no"( for the liberal can hardly criticize a governor for advancing a causein
media, who have never forgiven Martinez and who which he holds strong convictions.In .
UF administrators had asked Student Government Productions
short, Martinez's stances have been controversial
, have virtually stood in line to embrace Sen. Lawton may
the concert-producing arm that sponsors the Chiles' candidacy. but can you honestly say being a Floridian in

festival each year, to have the party inside. SGP turned Chiles is a good man with a fairly good track recordin 1990 is "worse" than it was four years ago? Hardly.
down the request because the O'Connell Center is the Congress. But Chiles is weak on state issues and Our taxes are low, state criminal prosecutions are up,
only place big enough to hold the festival, and moving it hasn't unveiled any plan for Florida's future. and Florida's influence in the White House is certainly

;. there would have cost students money. What Chiles has done, though, is give every indi- greater than it has ever been.
Furthermore, from a student perspective, it would
cation he's ready and willing to bring to Tallahasseehis
One thing SGP did agree to on behalf of the admini- be hard to find a governor more responsive to student
Washington management style, which would be
stration was the cancellation of the annual costume con- disastrous for our state. issues than Martinez. In 1987 and 1988, he proposedno
; test Wearing a costume sounds innocent enough to us, tuition increases. And this year, in an unprecendeted -
First he picked ultra-liberal
Buddy MacKay his
but administrators thought the typical Halloween blood- running mate.Then he endorsed tax increases as as the move by a Florida governor, Martinez adopted the
; and-gore attire might be too much for students who had cure-all for our state's woes. Rather than distancing Florida Student Association tuition plan as his budget
I proposal. Additionally Martinez has in-
: suffered through the loss of five college students who himself from the"Potomac pinheads,"Chiles has gone creased funding for student, financial aid supported and minority

:, were murdered in August.We on the record supporting policies that are akin to thoseof recruitment and retention programs and has adminis-
= respect administrators' attempt to be sensitive, but the confiscatory Congress a group of bozos tered the most successful education lottery in the
setting a pathetic, rather than a model, example of
it seems to us that Halloween is one of the first chances good government.The nation.
b we've had this semester to dress up like children and last thing Florida needs is a who is Two weeks ago, I wrote of how difficult student
lobbying is because students don't vote. Well, regard-
feel like we're in innocent time when student
i a more willing to import Washington's fiscal policies to Florida
less of how unpersuasive you may find any of my, or
murders didn't plague our city. government. The Alligator editorial board's endorsements, please
We hope UF students don't spend the rest of their Martinez, unlike Chiles, has acted prudently in take the time out this Tuesday to vote. Students'
c lives associating horror movies or gory costumes with outlining his plan for Florida: less government, low credibility depends on it, and Florida's future hingeson
taxes and efficient spending. Martinez's traditional
! the tragedies.And .
conservative stances have unjustifiably sent the it.Ed
we hope that many of you took the opportunity media berserk. Scales is a third-year law student, was last year'sstudent
body president and served on the Florida Board
Halloween offered to pretend you were someone else, in Sure, Martinez has enforced laws which some feel of Regents in 1987-88.
another time and another much
place a more peaceful

s class bers of the panel voiced nothing trouble," he said. "I can't imaginetoo
Why cover a but contempt for 2 Live Crew's lyrics much worse, or intolerable."
I alligator in their album "As Nasty As
panel discussion?
Editor They Wanna Be." And you thought the Gulf
l A. Plunkett was bad.The entire article was like
[ Judy Editor: This letter is in responseto I am not saying that I am in favorof
the Either the class hostingthe
I Managing Editor Opinions Editor Jennifer A. Mitchell's article the album. However, discrimination quote. to
i M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier "Panel raps about Crew," which was the case back in June, and find discussion made back no the attempt or
someone to group
appeared in Tuesday's Alligator. it was the case again in Tuesday's Mitchell needs to review what
Letters Policy First of all, I cannot understand coverage.
Utters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page) They should b< makes news news.
typed double-speced and signed. They should Include e typed name, address and telephone, why The Alligator chose to cover a Consider Sorgius' quote: "If you
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. If you have any questions call non-controversial panel discussion excuse this as tolerable lyrics in Karen Gordon
the editorial' editor at 3784458. .
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BY BRAD MISLOWFour "I'm sure he's a nice guy and a good family man.
zwN00 He's young and a little unfitting for the job. which I
days before Hammer time It's Miller time. guess makes him a target for so many comedians
Dennis Miller that is. And don't expect routine' Miller said. "But every week you see him in some
comedy from this comedian when he performs Sun- stupid pose in a photo like holding Latin American
day at 8 p.m. at the O'Connell Center. Do expect an dolls and extending their penises I can't resist not
evening of dry. sarcastic on-target humor which its saying one or two things about it."
creator calls "low-key cynicism. n Miller also pokes fun at small-town America, but
Now on his sixth season as "Weekend Update" the reason behind this is more than just his Pitts.
news anchor on "Saturday Night Live; Miller 36 burgh up-bringing.
has reached a point in his career that goes beyondthe "I. was at a football game in West Virginia where
newsdesk. this guy punched me out and I was like. 'OK you
"I fancy myself a comedian" Miller said during a little mother- I'll get you back for this.
recent phone interview. "I mean you know what it's And now Miller has his revenge. But there are a
{ like when someone talks to you for an hour straight. few drawbacks to his relatively new-found fame.
, A comedian can hold your attention for that long. While the rest of the "Saturday Night Live" cast is
And the Pittsburgh native has been holding audi- rehearsing for the show's several sketches Miller sits
ences' attention since his first show in 1985. whenno alone in a room and reads "every newspaper in the
one applauded during his introduction. After six western world.

seasons on late-night's long-time staple things have ,.'It '. Miller writes 90 percent of the material on "Weekend -
changed quite a bit for Miller. His second HBO 11 Update" and yet. he still Isn't universally rec
special, entitled "Black and White" a performancein thing that fellow cast members Phil Hartman and ognized. He recently attended a USTA tournamentand
Phoenix actually filmed in black and white debuts Dana Carvey do. a woman asked him if he was Dennis Miller
sometime next month. He's also released a "I'm a fan of the show too" Miller said. After he answered yes she refused to believe him.
comedy album called "The Off-White Album.
His performance Sunday to a college-age audience "I don't know. I just got a new haircut three months
And four months Miller had addition to
ago a new won't be much different from his major-city shows. ago but a haircut only points out the frivolous natureof
his life, a baby boy named Holden. "It won't be headline-oriented like 'Update'" Miller you. I haven't changed at all.*
During the Interview, Miller asked his new son "to said. "But you'll hear about certain things that botherme. As for the future, Miller plans to be the "Weekend
gurgle for the nce! man: over the phone. ."
Update" anchorman for several more years. When
And then a scream... One example is those people who take offense to asked what Dennis Miller is teaching the human
"What happened I asked. Miller's humor and/or comedy style and actually race he quickly responded. "Nothing. But then gave
"Nothing. That was me." Miller answered. write angry letters to him. the question some thought. '
Miller watches "Saturday Night Live like anyone "I mean, why would anyone get the urge to pick upa "I think people should stop using people in the
else. Although he misses Jon Lovitz, Miller says "You pen and paper to bitch about something they saw media as bases to change their lives. Think for
can't get a better cast." His favorite characters are on TV?/?." Miller said. 'It's Just TVI! Get a life!" yourself." Miller said. "No one should take me seriously
the Church Lady Dieter from "Sprockets" and any- One of Miller's misunderstood targets is vice presl- I'm Just here to get some laughs."

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an hour of programming. It filled a void at a time BRADY QUIZ

when the definition of nuclear family was starting to

APPLAUSE now interrupts this story so the readercan crumble. R DO YOU KNOW,..

continue singing the rest of the theme song to The "Bunch" sprang from the mind of Sherwood 1 1. Who threw a football at Marcia, breaking her nose and Jeopardizing her date with the high school
Schwartz, the man also responsible for fellow rerun
"The Brady Bunch. We now re-join our story, alreadyin football star? ,
giant "Gilligan's Island. Although his idea of a sitcom
progress. featuring two previously married parents raising their 2 2. On a special edition of MTV's' "Remote Control" featuring Barry Williams, Eve Plumb and Susan

six children had kicked around since 1964, Olsen, what was the answer to, "Who were the two Bradys most likely to do It?"
...Now ask yourself, "Was there life before "The together
Brady Bunch"'? It wasn't' until Sept. 26, 1969, that the concept hit 3. What was the name of Alice's' militant, Identical cousin who helped out the Bradys for a while?
The white-bread, upper-middle-class, Protestant the airwaves.. ? 4 4. Which Brady kids had braces? And glasses?

Bradys Mike, Carol and their six children.. Greg, And although It is possibly the most well-known yS i ix 5. What weird hobby did Marcia's' first boyfriend Harvey Klinger have?
Marcia, Peter, Jan.. television shows in the last 20 years thanks to its
Bobby and Cindy are the a inb F ,aye 6. When the family went on vacation to Hawaii and the boys found a "taboo" tiki, what happened to
All-Amerlcan that reruns, "The Brady Bunch" was never a prime-time ,
family the words
conjures up Greg? Extra points If you can remember what happened to Peter,
hit.. Set In ABC's with "The
"groovy" and "neat" faster than Alice the maid can Friday-night lineup
whip up an after-school snack.. Partridge Family," "Room 222" and "The Odd Couple," 7.7, Who plays Snow White In the Bradys' backyard production of"Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs"?

For five seasons on ABC and now in neverendingcable "The Brady Bunch" never rested in the Nielsen Rat- 8 8. Which Brady got caught smoking?

syndication, this sitcom featuring the merger Ings top 20 during its entire run. r 9. Why does Peter get a black eye from the school bully, Buddy Hinton?
.. "(The Bradys) really were this fantasy family." said
10.. Why do the Brady kids form a musical group?
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prime-time run and think of it as the stabilitythat 6-9: You secretly had a crush on Greg or Marcia.

would be there every afternoon. 10: You are a Brady.

) "There are people who are obsessive; they watch
:4 //gy every episode; they know all the lines," said Edelstein, Aren't' they adorable? Look at Marcia. That smile And the p nytails? Little Cindy is too' ,cute. The boys never looked

a pop culture expert and entertainment editor for better, Even with perms. Back In '69, the Brady kids gave i ew meaning tothe word "'"suburbia." ily Brady had broken.In .

iiiIij' !; New York's' Newsday. "Clearly, at the time (the show more recent years, there have been several

? ran in prime time), it was not a cool show to watch. pages with detailed profile information on each family period In which it was set," he said. "If you watch attempts to ressurect the Bradys and to update them r rV

It's taken on more of a life of Its own (in reruns)." member, a synopsis of each of the 116 original reruns of "All In the Family" today, the writing is into the world of '90s TV families like The Simpsonsand

j' ''a Today's' Brady fans explain their fandom as an episodes.. Brady trivia and questions that could really funny, (but) it's' really dated because the peopleare Bill Cosby's' Huxtables. All of the attempts from V MM
( ; obligation. Avid television fan and UF student Miles stump even the most knowledgeable fan. talking about Nixon and Watergate." "The Brady Bunch Hour"variety show and The Brady M
Rogish said the corny, Ideal personalities of the Having the show, focus around such clean-cut Brides" to a "A Very Brady Christmas" special and
4r Bradys keeps him watching. One quality that keeps the show popular almost situations left some original questions about the last season's' flop The Bradys' have failed miserably -

"They're' so stereotypically good," Rogish, 20, said. 20 years after it was made Is the timeless nature of show dangling, such as the marital status of Carol .
"Their problems are not the normal problems like ''Oh the plots, Edelstein said.. Because the problems, before she met Mike. Edelstein said that Florence
five of "The Bradys"last
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.. ''Oh Greg has two dates in one night. What's' he goingto Peter's football or Greg buying his first car, are recently that Mrs. Brady could have been a divorced said.
do.'" realistic on the surface, the show Is only dated by
mentioned her
woman.. None of the shows pre-Mrs.
the look and extremely hip dress of its characters.. "The recent show was a'disaster because they triedto
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capitalize on following of the show, Brady marital status, although it Is easy enough
";, ;'; : I I Edelstein, together with syndicated television colum-- "The content is pretty clean, and it's' sort of timelessIn deduce that labeling her as divorced In 1969 would take the Brady Bunch and do it seriously, Edel--
t Greg, Peter, Bobby..God. $? stein said. "Marcia was an alcoholic and another
nist Frank Lovece filled The Brady Bunch Book's 268 the sense there are very few references to the have sent ABC executives through the roof.
one's marriage was falling apart. one was
"It was scandalous enough that the two of them
were sleeping In one double bed," Edelstein said. And out of work. You need to leave well enough alone."

I UNDER THE BRADY INFLUENCELisa 1 for those who think Mike and Carol Brady were the While the afternoon appearances of the show almost

first TV couple to share a bed, they're' wrong. Eddie called "The Brady Brood" thrives in afternoon d

BY MARY SHEDDEN the campy sitcom as an escape route, Silver said. "It's' the nostalgia of Its frighteningly Idealistic Albert and Eva Gabor beat them to the punch a year slots (It Is seen on cable station WTBS, weekday
whether it Includes mood-altering intoxicants thing.." ways."I earlier on "Green Acres." afternoons at 4 4:30: p.m.). the only other success the

i Remember that episode when Tiger or Just a remote control anda Silver definitely wanted to hang out with Although the show may seem unbelievably corny Bradys seem to have is with campy parodies. In fact,
almost got taken to the pound be- lumpy couch. of "The, who admits to keeping a copy them, but every time I'd' go over thereIt now, The Brady Bunch" was on the cutting edge of a popular revival of the show takes place at an off-beat ?4 r rb
Brady Christmas" special on would be a near freakout session television families its original run. While Mike Chicago theater, where actors re-create episodes
cause Jan couldn't ? during
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Think have to drink. an afternoon baby sitter for the
quick or you'll yearsare watching recent remakes of the
now finding that they still watch show, no matter how bad. Rogish and his friends now watch king-sized bed, TV predecessors Ward and June Edelstein, who claims he was too old and too coolto
Or' if you are with another crowd, the show, although their viewing pat the show for the '70s fashions and Cleaver of "Leave It to Beaver" didn't' even have a watch the original run of the show, now finds a b k 1
have take toke before the '
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show starts. The show's campier that changed. watching the show every day during original distortion of the real world after the Brady's' left prime-time television, so like white-bread dorks a lot of the time," .,nN ;,F F ,

way. the summer Is 20-year-old Miles even more offbeat, he said. did many of the taboos that restricted them. Seventies then I kind of Mike and Carol..."And they knew that it was much more
understood It ( ), now
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all sorts of to out of It," telecommunications senior A and divorce into sitcom It amusing.
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same as it used to be, Rogish the fam- relentless upbeatness of It all. It's a hoot.:
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Plans Streamlining Of Class SchedulesBarbara

Talmadge Fincher, former director BARBARA of the job"
of student records and registration at TALMADGE "I I don't have any formal computer
Louisiana State University, has assumedthe FINCHER science training, but I've gotten fairly,
position of registrar and plans to implement Comes sophisticated working with these systems,
Produced ty UF Information and Publications Services 355 changes classroom schedules. ToUF she said. "I'm not a techie, but I guess I
T gel Hall,and paid lot at usual advertising rates to com "
muncate official notices and important information to Fincher is a veteran admissions officer, FromLSU have a logical mind.
students, faculty and stall Call 392 0186 for information having spent 12 years in admissions andas Fincher said she wants to learn more
assistant registrar at the University of Illinois about UF's computing systems before proposing
at Champaign-Urbana before takingover major innovations, but she said
Post-Game Safety the top spot at LSU fours years ago. streamlining classroom schedules would be
While at LSU, Fincher designed and implemented one of her priorities.
a telephone registration "This is one of the most important posi-
Tips Offered For system, helped develop a system to tions at the university," UF Provost An-
automatically notify students of delinquent program to microfilm student records drew Sorensen said, "and we're pleasedto
fees and to cancel registration for dating back to 1867 and integrate them in- have someone with Barbara Puncher's
UF Football FansBecause those who did not pay and began plan to the university's computer database. technical expertise and experience to lead
ning a "student development transcript"in "I 1 think my experience in two other the office into the 1990s
of the 7:30: p.m. kickoff time for conjunction with the Dean of Students. states allows me to come in and questionthe Fincher succeeds Vernon Voyles, who
Saturday's football game against Auburn, A holder of bachelor's and master's status quo," she said, "but at the retired in August 1989 after 41 years at
members of the university community are degrees in English teaching and literature same time recognize the uniqueness of UF Associate Registrar Steve Pritz servedas
urged to continue taking extra precau- from the University of Illinois, Fincher the University of Florida." interim registrar for the past year. He
tions to ensure personal safety helped her alma mater implement an all- Fincher describes troubleshooting of will assist Fincher in implementing the
Lights at all athletic fields on the west in-one student identification card and a computer problems as "my favorite part new systems.
end of the campus will be turned on to

travel provide in pairs better or visibility.groups, and Fans motorists should Rape Awareness Week Events Provide THIS/NEXT WEEK/

should attention to traffic CAM US S
pay particular P1

and Special pedestrian arrangements safety. have been made Education Info To UF Community"No

with SNAP (Student Nighttime Auxiliary More Rape-Know More" is the theme of UF's ninth annual Rape Awareness Week -
Patrol) to provide escort service to to be held Nov. 5 through 8, featuring speakers, demonstrations and a panel discussion.
students after the game. Students shouldgo Organizers of the week's events, including Student Government, the Women's Affairs TODAYMUSICOLOGY
to Gate 4 of the O'Connell Center to Cabinet, Campus Organized Against Rape (COAR)and Panhellenic Council, hope
obtain an escort. Additional security officers to enlighten both men and women in the campus community on what rape Is, how LECTURE, "The
from Florida's eight other public Trombone Virtuoso in the 19th ,"
common it Is on campus, the consequences of ra how to cope with rape. Century
universities will assist UPD stadium Monday's activities include a "Dance Against Rape," with pledged and donated by UF music department faculty member
security following the game. monies going to the Crime Victim Advocate Program and SPARC, from 11 a.m. to 2 3 Arthur Jennings, 1:55: p.m., 120 Music
Fans are reminded not to throw objectsin p.m. on the Reitz Union north lawn. Information tables will be set up from 11 a.m. Building.
the stadium, and to observe the strict ban to 3 p.m., also on the Reitz Union north lawn. A Candlelight Vigil will be held at 5 FRIDAYBANGLADESH
on alcoholic beverages as well. Students p.m. at the Plaza of the Americas, with UF Student Body President Mike Browne and VICTORY DAY CELEBRATION
found to be in violation of these rules will Panhellenic Council President
Joy Taylor speaking features cultural programs
be ejected from the stadium and referred to include karate demonstration karate black-belt Y.K. Kim from
Tuesday's events a by Bangladeshi food, free and open to public,
the Student Judicial Affairs Office; othersrun 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Reitz Union north lawn. Information tables will be set up, sponsored by Student Government, 8
the risk of arrest and expulsion. also from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Reitz Union north lawn. At 7:30: p.m. a panel discus- p.m., Bryan Lounge, Reitz Union.
sion, titled "Why Men Rape," will be presented in E121 Computer Sciences and UF SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CON
Madrigal Dinner Tix Engineering Building. CERT, 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium.
At noon on Thursday Gainesville NOW chapter president Erica Merchant will leada SUNDAY ,
brown bag forum, in the Rape Culture," at the Plaza of the Americas.
Now On Sale
For more information about Rape Awareness Week, contact Student Government, MUSEUM SCIENTIST PROGRAM, "A
392-1665. New Look at Dinosaurs,"by Bruce Mac-
At JWRU Box OfficeTickets Fadden, curator in museum's natural
sciences department, 2 p.m., Florida
for the 17th annual Madrigal Sign Up Now For CIRCA's Non-credit Museum of Natural History Classroom
Dinners go on sale today from 9:30: a.m. Call 392-1721 to register
to 4 p.m. weekdays at the University Box Computer Classes For November, DecemberUF's MONDAYBIG
Office inside the Constans Theatre. Mail
and telephone orders will be accepted Center for Instructional and to 2:45: p.m.; Section LIl: Nov. 26 and 28, ART BASH, features UF art department
starting Nov. 2. Research Computing Activities is offering 7:20: to 9:10 p.m.; Section L13: Dec. 3 and student displays, refreshments and
The popular annual holiday dinners non-credit computer classes for students 5, 7:20: to 9:10: p.m. Intended for users open studios, free and open to the public,
take diners back to medieval times to be during fall term. The classes meet in the with no experience using a spreadsheet 7 FACULTY Arts Buildings C and D.
guests of"The Lord of Misrule" and his CIRCA microcomputer XT lab in 211 program. RECITAL by UF music de-
court. Minstrels and jugglers in full Sciences and EngineeringBuilding. partment faculty member Kandace Farrellon
costume will provide musical and comedy Each class is limited to 22 saxophone with faculty pianists Hol-
entertainment. students and will provide hands-on ex- Financial Services ly Hughes and Patricia Dinkins, 8:15:
Tickets, which are $14.95 for UF perience on IBM PC/XT/ computers. p.m., University Auditorium.
students and $19.95 for the general Class admission tickets, which cost$15, Changes Check Fees WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
public, are sold on a first-come, first- are available from the University Box Of- SEMINAR, "Effects of Urbanization On
served basis. fice from 9:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Billing ProceduresEffective Avian Communities Associated with
The show runs Nov. 27 through Dec. Tickets may be exchanged but cannot be Riparian Habitats in Gainesville," by UF
1 at 7 p.m. in the Reitz Union Ballroom. refunded. All course materials will be provided immediately, Student Financial wildlife and range sciences graduate stu-
November and December classesare Services will implement an increase in dent Ruthe Smith, 4 p.m., 112 Newins-
as follows. returned-check charges and a change in UF Ziegler Hall.
Spring RegistrationStarts INTRODUCTION TO DOSSectionD8 billing procedures for student accounts.
Nov. 5 In : Nov. 5 and 7, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m.; Section In accordance with Florida Statute
TigertAdvance 09: Nov. 6 and 8, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m.; 215.24 ((2)), UF has raised the service
registration for spring term Section D10: Nov 13 and 15, 7:20: to 9:10: charge on returned checks, drafts or other Florida-Georgia Coupon
will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. p.m.; Section D11: Nov. 26 and 28, 9:35to : orders of payment from $10 to $15 or 5 Exchange Is Nov. 6-7
5-9 and Nov. 13-16 in the basement of 11:30: a.m.; Section D12: Dec. 3 and 5, percent of the face amount of the check,
Tigert Hall. Registrar's Office personneland 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. Intended for users with whichever is greater, up to a maximumof Coupons for student tickets to the
counselors will be on hand to assist INTRODUCTION experience. $25. For more information about florida-Georgia game in Jacksonvilleon
r students with registration. TO WORDPER- returned-check charges, call 392-0185() Nov. 10 must be exchanged for
Students may submit course request FECT-Section W12: Nov. 5 and 7, 7:20 In addition, UF will now send only one tickets Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov..
forms only during the appointment to 9:10: p.m.; Section W13: Nov. 27 and monthly statement notifying students of 6 and 7, at the Gate 13 ticket window
a period on their information update form. 29, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m.; Section W14: Dec. tuition or accounts receivable debts to the from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m.
Final course schedules will be mailed to 4 and 6, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. Intended for University. An additional statement will Coupons for bloc seating must be
permanent home addresses during the users with no experience using a word be generated if new charges,adjustmentsor turned in Monday, Nov. 5, and bloc
week of Dec. 27. processing programINTRODUCTION. payments are made. Loan statements tickets must be picked up Thursday,
Students with questions about advance TO LOTUS 1-2-3 will continue to be generated monthly. Nov. 8, from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. at
registration can call the Registrar's Office, -Section L9: Nov. 5 and 7, 9:35: to 11:30: For more information about billing pro- the Gate 13 ticket window.r .
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was taking place. His friend, who knew what VanillaIce what I did.: he said.Although he says the past is
By PATRICIA LEE could do, decided to trick him. Using the bath- behind him, he still refuses to reveal his true name
room as an excuse to sneak away, the friend left to to the public for "protection services."
When he walked into that Dallas nightclub three go sign him up. Minutes later Vanilla Ice was on Now the 22-year-old whose album has sold more
years ago he had no idea what a life-changing move stage, creating impromptu raps with no music."I than 3 million copies is busy adjusting to life on the
he was making. Vanilla Ice, whose song"Ice Ice Baby" did it all off the top of my head* says the man road. The rapper is touring with M.C. Hammer and
is the top single on the Billboard charts, still looks who's been rapping since seventh grade. "Back then En Vogue around 70 cities. He will be In town Nov
back on that day as just another day when he I was crazy. Anything you dared me to do I'd do it. 6 for a show at the O'Connell Center. Then he'll be
happened to be at the right place at the right time. looking forward to his own 80-clty tour through the
"I had no intention of being any kind of rap star,* The crazy years were a way of life for the singer, U.S. and Canada early next year.
he says. "I just never thought I would be. who grew up In Hialeah Just west of Miami. Growing But that's how he likes it. Vanilla Ice who writes
But he Is. And a record-setting one at that. The up in a high-crime, lower middle-class area, Vanilla and produces his songs and choreographs his moves,
song, the first single from his first album, is also the so called by his friends because of his complexion likes to have control and make his music his own.
to make it to the of the charts. easily found trouble with police and
first rap song top pop gangs. "My music Is totally different from any other rap
Even Tone Loc's "Wild Thing.* which drove radio Then, one morning, after being stabbed five times acts because it's more musically inclined it's not
audiences wild last year, reached only the No. 2 spot. and losing four pints of blood, he woke up in a just raps but to beats he said.
What has turned out to be a successful career for hospital and made some sudden realizations."It His only regret about success is that he no longer
the Iceman, who also will star in the sequel to the was a second chance from God. After that, I has time to pursue his fast-paced hobbies such as
movie "Teenage-Mutant Ninja Turtles," actually started praying every day. I realized how stupid the motorcycle racing and Jet skIIng.
started as a joke. things I was doing were," "But I love the music and I love being Vanilla Ice."
While on vacation in Dallas in 1987, the rapper "I am from the ghetto, but I'm happy as hell it he says. "And remember Ice melts in your mouth,
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1-75 on Williston Rdl! 3361159. "WE 3460 W. Gainesville's most popular Italian Restaurant weekdays It 5-10:30: weekends. Comein Gainesville. Lunch and dinner specials

DARE TO BARE." Univ. Ave.378-6370. In the tradition of for over 30 years. Casual attire It give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI. change dally.Killer chicken wings,hot

bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th welcome. Fresh dishes dally including (between Service Merchandise & Mr. crawfish dip,sauteed mushrooms and

Ivey's Grill & 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by chicken, veal, steak, shrimp fc home- Han's)332-0878. onions with melted provolone and the

Great place for I date and inti- the bean or by the brew.Espresso,Cap- made desserts at affordable prices. tastiest clam chowder. Full service bar
cozy puccino, tt numerous exotic coffees ,Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail with the tallest bar in town.We have it
mate. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and din-
Extensive with from the world over.Many varieties of able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campus PERSIANLa fresh and it's always good!! Check us
ner. menus unique cre-
tea,too.lOam-lOpm Mon-Sat,Sun 12-5. (east on Univ. Ave.) 2010 HawthorneRd. out. In the Kash-n-Karry Shopping
ations. In seafood chicken
Specializing ,
(SR 20)) Directions/Reservations Center
and dishes. seductive 4212 NW 16th Blvd. 372-0332.
pasta Sensually
call 372-4690.dubs and
organizationswe M-W
ll:30am.1am: ,Th-F 1130am-2am: ,
desserts, espresso, cappucino, beer,
wine list. Credit cards welcome..Open DELI43rd can serve your dinner meetings.' Boheme' Sat 4pm-2am,Sun 4pm-11 pm.

7 days, 6 ngihts. 3303 W. Univ. Ave. Serving you the food of life. We serve

371-4839. Persian food at its finest-marinated Capt'n Louie's Galley

Street Deli Original Pizza PalaceThe Chicken and Beef Kabobs, abboull. A Gainesville
tradition for over 40
Salad, Vegetarian Dishes, Authentic
J's Restaurant &: Breakfst House kind of place your friends would Persian Desserts and much more. Located years-serving the finest in seafood

Breakfast house 20 years. Serving Gainesville's Premeire Kosher-style tell you about. Homemade pasta,fresh downstairs inside the Sun Center: and chicken with the best buffet and

00-2.30: : every day.One block to cam-' deli. Sandwiches, subs, salads and baked lasagna sauces made to order. MaU, 101 SE 2nd Place,next to the HIp- salad bar In t town. Try our delicious

pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave.372-6666. more.Vegetarian Items, also. Delicious Open every day at 5pm. Corner of NW podrome, 3756612. Open for lunch grilled chicken and grouper sand-
,. cheesecake and other homemade des- 23rd Ave. and 6th St.372-1546 and dinner, Monday through Satur' wiches!! CO GATORS!!! 309 NW 13th

Rockin' Robin'sFun serts.Daily specials.Behind Hardees in day. Catering available for any occasion St,across from Krispy Kreme,3726311LaFitte's

Time Cafe Open 24 Hours Millhopper,373-2927, ,

Serving I great breakfast (and reason-, Seafood &:

ably priced, too!) 24 hrs. a dayl! Plus Raw BarDowntown

great burgers, subs, hot wings, full-
on the square. 11 SE 1st
course meals It old-fashioned "real"
Ave.372-9928.For 10
years offering the
milkshakes! Free
telephones on
best seafood In Gainesville.
table so call friends,take
you may your
Broiled,and Grilled. ,.Seafood Pastas,
care of business or dial someone across
the dining room! Check out our choo ecFor Bar-B-Que Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oysters
,Steak Chicken and
choo train It 1952 Juke Boxl! For i fun Quail.Try our

time it great food,24 hrs. I day, come new Italian Specialties. Nightly freshseafood.
to Rockin' Robin's! 1652 NW 13th St. Every Monday night: All the

from Gainesville 378- Garlic, Style Crabs
cross High. Lunch
You Can Eat! 11-3. Dinner
0817. Information Regarding Out-On-The-Town, Contact Amanda Escoblo at 376-4482. M-Sun. Now taking reservations.


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1 FURNISHED BRANDYWINE 2 bed/2 bath. Available Manor-furnished apt, one bed- Roommate wanted N/S to share 4 bedroom
Check Our New Speclala.All room. Nov-Aug 91, $285.00mo. Close to
Amenities Available now. $475 per month. Phone 373-5589 UF. $200 sec. dep. Call 3727111. 11-5- 3 bath house with pool & hot tub
Housing Available-1 to UF, coed coop FURNISHED UNFURNISHED (for details. 11-6-5-2 5-4 wash/dry 275.00 includes all 3733247.

all utll paid' Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, Roommates Available
Apt avail now: 2bd. d/w, porch $375-80; Roommate $180 month Inclu. utilities.
parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. We're No.1REGENCY 1 Sublet 1 bedroom furnished or unfurnished
117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 12-14-62-1 OAKS avail Dec, 2bd, porch, w/d, d/w $385; apt In Wmdmeadows. Available Tower Road. Call 332-0786. Discount for
1 bd, $275 all wcent h/a fans 373.0701
; ; housekeeping. 11-2-4-5
378-5766 1/91. $100 off list month's rent. Call
' Wanted: m/f n/s for own room 3230 SW Archer Road 11-19-13-2 338-7997. 11-14-10-4
' In large 4bdrm hse. Close to UF SPYGLASS M/F/ lor own bdlbaln 3 bed-
* ONLY $150/monthlll > COUNTRY GARDENS Duplex apt.. 1 BR. LR Kit, bath, AC/heat, loom apt. W/D plus all amenities.0257mo.13util.
Call 373-6012 nowll. 11-5-5-1 373-4500 3 blocks from UF. 1 blk off Univ. Ave. / $100, dep. Call I Robert7
2001 SW 16th Street $225.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR, A- 5 ROOMMATES 3353196. 11-5-5-5
12-14-78-2 Frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338-
Oakbrook 2/2 turn and unfurn. Roommate -
matching avail. Wash/dry. From 1839. 11-14-10-2 BRANDYWINE N/S Fern needed to Female wated to share 2bd. house. 2
$162.50. Diversified Properties REAL- SPACIOUSONE share room, $180/mon. + 1/3 utll, dogs In fenced yard. 5 min to UF
TOR. 373-9375 or 378-8090. 11-15-10- BEDROOM APT. Super Clean 2br/1 ba duplex apt cent a/c fully/nicely' (turn, many xtras-call now! 1179/mo 1/2 375-0825.. 11-2-4-5
1 ONLY $273MO.LYONS ht, fenced yard, bike to UF, pet ok 373-0024. 11-7-15-5
$330/mo. Call Sarah 375-3378. 11-7-5- Needed ASAP: Female n/s to rent own
2 TREEHOUSE VILLAGE room In 4br 2ba furnished apt $100 I deposit
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-6797
12-14-78-2 Roommates available. Reserve your ft only $135/mo. Alarm system Included -
room for spring Bus service call Nikki @ 3356148.

FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment,furnished or unfurnished to UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn.
Male roommates. 3 blocks to UF $120
$175-$250 roommatemonth.MZ .
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2 UNFURNISHEDWalk BURG VILLAGE 3761253. Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor double $175 $200 single. Includes utilities -
375-0207 ) Share kitchen and baths. W/D.
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280. Attractive 2bdr/1 b. 2nd-floor apt In a 3788122.376-6652. 1115125F
2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373- Farmsrentals from $260 IncL Need F roommate to share 2bdr/2ba Oxford n/s needed for new Greenwich Green
Manor Call 8137255770. 11-
Plus LMR. Pool, cats apt.
laundry no or dogs.
7132. 11-15-10-2
water sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn Apt. $220 month call 3351504. 11-5-3-
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14-
main. Also some great buys. Quletl Will Female non-smoker to share 2br 2ba apt S
78.2 2 bedroom 1 block
apt. prime location take long term travel trailers. 378-9201 w same. $245 + 1/2 utll. must like cats!
from campus. Must rent Immediately! Open weekends too. 12-14-47-3 335-3764. 11-28-20-5 Roommate M/F Brandywlne, Jacuzzi,
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, qul.1w'lh.rdry.r $440/mo Call 377-6058. 11-2-6-2, sauna volleyball welghtroom pooltable.
available In most unite for
Tired 01(your roommate? For sale 66 foot Female to share house quiet neighbor 300/month 1/2 utll. Call 373-6213alter
$20 Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B 1 & 2 Bath
Nova 3 bdr/2 ba spotless. Quiet safe Own room, wash/dry, ac/heat. Pets ok. 11 pm. 11-7-5-5
$250-$375, sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- all amenities,
lovely br, near
area. Call collect 8137347016. 11-2- Very secure house call Kathy 3777609eve.
78.2 Shands, VA, Shopping 3009 SW Archer 10-3 $155 p/m./ 11-5-6-5 Female, NS, student needed for Spring
RD. 3770555. ',.,8.,5.2 temester. 2 br. 1 1/2 bath. $160 + 1/2

Laid-back but studious roommate to Utll. Call 332-9616. 11-7-5-5
INCREDIBLE Apt for Rent In the Laurels. 2br/2ba, SUBLEASE: share 2 bdr house, female preferred.'
Efficiency Apt. wash/dry, a/c ht. Huge clubhouse w/ev-/ $148/mo + 1/2 util. Dep & last month's Need F roommate to share 2bdr/2ba $145
Starting at $"5 erythingtll Avail Dec. Call 335-9945. 11- 4 HOUSE/APT. rent req. Close to campus, behind Nor Country Gardens. Call 3354597. 11-7
Starting al $235 /2 Bedroom 2-5-2 5-5
man. Pets allowed. Leave message 375-
2bdr/lba house $275. Quiet neighborhood Sublet 1 bedroom apt. through July 91. 5451. 11-2-5-5

376-3988 close to UF & Shands, spaciousnice Next to pool. PETS ALLOWED. Close to Classlfleds.
NOV 1st fm rmt 230.1/2Rdeposit! cozy .
UF ft shopping, 750 square feet. Arch.rWoodl.
375-3861 377.7485 leave 11132 -
yard. message. house, weirdos,
washer/dryer no please
12-14-76-2 Call 3722424. 119114Foreign Continued on next page.
call Leslie 3752372. 11-2-5-5

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Scully's Seafood Place Great Steaks PREGNANT ? NEED HELP?

Why make your wallet suffer when Beef & SpiritsFor WE CARE!
you have a desire for seafood? the best steaks and prime rib In

Scully's offers plenty of quality seafood Gainesville. You cook over a hickory -, ALL SERVICES FREE

such as Crab Legs,Grouper,Cat charcoal grill or our chef will prepare

fish, Shrimp, Scallops, dams and your dinner. Chicken & Seafood tool! EARLY Crisis > CONFIDENTIAL

Stuffed Crab at prices you can afford. Open dally 5-10.2 For 1 well drinks& PREGNANCY rqna COUNSELING

Non-seafood items also available. dollar drafts from 5-7 pm. 6-Pound C ..
Lobster night every Tuesday night. challenge.2310 SW 13th St.373.4301.Tim's TEST > MANY OTHER

Casual atmosphere. Open for lunch REFERRALS SERVICES

weekdays from 1130am: to 2:30: pm. -N-
Open Sunday through Thursday from THAI. 377-4947

5:00pm: to 1000pm.: Open Friday and StartersDiscount

Saturday from 5:00pm: to 11:00pm.: Thai RestaurantBrings 1441 NW 6TH STREET BLDG A ...
MC/VISA. 2031 NW 13th Street, 371- Prices MEMNON
1811. you the "Best Blend of the OrI- mmmmmmmiHmmmmmmfmHmmmmm mmimmmi fmmmmfffmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

23rd Ave.
Visa, MQ AMX, 501 N.W.

SPANISHLa 372-5424. Creative Computers Corp.

Information For With PurchaseAAMAC 0. ;'\;:COMPLETE 'SUPER.. .VGAwSYSTEM.r L L '

ConchaThe JI6.2S_ 64K "CACHE" Comparable. IBM

flavor of Key West right here in On The Town, 2 MB RAM Pm:: I Model 70
Gainesville.Spanish and Latin Amer- Contact 80 MB Hard Drive I With Univ. Discount

ican Cuisine.M-P am-8:30pm.: .4002 Amanda Escobio Only $2345 [ a, $4499
W.. Newberry Rd. Plaza West 378-
1814 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. 378-5608 "

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TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk Stereos: Precision Power 50x4 for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' 83 Renault am/fm/ ac, 85k miles, very 4 AUBURN TICKETSWill
drives, 2 Mm cassettes,2 film cannlsters. Amp.(2)( ) Fosgate Pro 15 Subs ((2)) Orion Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell reliable, runs great asking $500. Come pay top $$$. Call 904-292-1948'
Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 High Current amps ((2)) 12* Subs ((2)) your property pass you by I Alligator Classifieds and see It. Call after 5pm. 374-8206. 11. leave message. 11-2-8-10
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. Kicker 12* Subs 3361128. 11-3-5-6 offers you the cheapest way to SUZUKI In condition
Good machine for small type shop. System keep your real estate In the public eye. SAMURAI. 87 perfect MTN BIKE FRAME
Includes 3 rolls 8 In. RC Him & 6 font BftW stereo speakers, bookshelf size 2- Where else can you keep your property In new top ft battery, must selll) For Aluminum possible quality components -
disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at way excel, cond, $185/pr. Sears the market for as little as four dollars a $3700. Call 375-0394. 11-5-5-9 16-16 Inches Call 334-7531. ,11-
373-6926 for more Info. rower/multl-gym/ barely used $50. Call day? To make It even easier, you can
3784137. 11-1-3-9 place your ad over the phone; all you 1977 TOYOTA CELICA GT, 5 speed, stereo TIX-Need 6 Georgia fix, $40/each./ Call
cold a/c, new brakes, excellent con- Jeff 4078944666. No collect calls. ,11-
Alpine Kenwood, Sony and 30 more need 1 Is a valid l Visa or MasterCard. Call
brands are all at our Now Location! Car Connelly HP tournament slalom ski w/ 373-FIND today to place your ad. dlllon. $1200.' 373-8143.' 11-5-4-9 1-3.10
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- double Hl-wrap boots-cover Incl. Worth
2070. 12-14-76-6 350, selling for 250. Also wet suit ft VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding con Will the girl who'a supposed to sell me 6
scuba BC 334-0533. 11-6-5-6 dition. 10,000 mis, completely, rebuilt. Auburn fix please call. I've lost your num
Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar 8 MOTORCYCLESRed White lnt./exl. Cell George at 1-800- ber. OR, I'm looking to buy 6 Auburn tlx.
226-3023. 11-16-10-9, Call me ,last,1'11 beat best price' Call
Detectors, Infinity, Sansul, Sony, WATERBED Queen-size, everything In* your
Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. eluded-sheets heater, etc. $80. Call 335-6686. 11-1-3-10
Honda Spree for sale, runs good, Buick Skyhawk-1984 blue Interior/exte
Brian 375.1871Ieav.
We Best All Prleee 3733754. 12-14-76- message.
6 $350. call Brad 3348876. 11-5-5-6 rior 4 dr., am/fm cass, reliable and well **********HELP*********
ticket from Orlando to Boston on cared for, Just tuned up. $2800. 332- NEED FLGAtickets.. Will pay $$ for 4

ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Nov. 7, 1 way. 00 obo. Call Erika at FOR 1986 SALE Tomos FOR Moped.SALEIII Exc. Cond. Good 6492. 11659Mitsubishi tix. Call 904-565-1537.. mess. 11-9-
376-3314. on Frl- 236-0872. ,,.5.4.8 8-10
Harman Kardon Autotek JBL, Toshiba
Tires, Motor etc. $350 Call Eric 377- Mirage. 1990. 16k miles, air
Crunch Hafler MEI I VSE alarm Lanzar
125 NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 12-14-76-6 Tickets: Jax to Providence and return. 04903360592. 11-2-2-6 conditioning power steering, am/fm AUBURN TIX NEEDED WILL PAY
Nov. 2125. Best offer. 3765869. 11-8- ca... 3345737. 11-6-5-9 CASHIII'
56 1986 Suzuki 65XR750 11000 miles new call 377-3441 any time! (price negotl-
DISCOUNT HI-FI tires race pipe kin Jet kit asking $2900 1982 Chevette-4-speed 69k miles, blel) 112310NEED

722 S. Main The Red Bldg. Furniture: dresser, double bed, desk leave message. Ron 3380582. 11-8-6-8 am/fm cass, $650 obo. 3345179. 11-2-

WE ARE CHEAPER chair 11-6-56 book shelf and others. 376-5869. Black Tree Moped for sale' good condition 1979 Volkswagen Rabbit 4 AUBURN TIX

12-14-76-6 runs great $240 call Russell 336-0211. Excellent Running Condition New Brakes Call 392-5450 or 377-2767. 11-2-3-10
11-2-2-8 ft Clutch 750.00 obo Call after 5 335-
Mountain bike 17 Panasonic Shimano/
CAR ALARMS installed remote control mtn 'Ix hypergllde extras hardly ridden 7117. 116.4.0Pontiac DESPERATELY SEEKING 2 FLORIDA-
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will mint$300 373.0878 also Concord car stereo GEORGIA TICKETS. Will pay $$$. Call
demo. Call 336-9103 student Iv. mes $175. 11-2-3-6' 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew 377-5178' or leave message. ,'-.8.5.10Player's
sage. 12-14-37-6 clutch tires, starter. 84k miles ale
9 AUTOSORANGE am/fm asking only $1600 or best offer call
Black trek frame
racing bike' Nishlkl Club
racing bike 21* blue/wht. Both have 334-5290. 11-7-5-9 Sports
2400 BD MODEM $98
Shimano components kept Indoors excellent I'hiii sHi500 .;.\
WORD PERFECT RATES low payments, fast drive- 10 WANTEDLocal
$135 cond $175 each for more Info
thru service
se habla Espanol 377-2277 Pitchers
378.7853. '.2.3.8
CALL ELITE 335-1300. 377-CARS. WE CARE. 11-16-109
Artist needs: GOLD Gems ClassRings'r STUCK without STICKS Harvest Music ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine ,
always has 2 for 1 Sticks and Strings Brand new 90' Eagle Talon, fully loaded Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10' IhOV) ; I It II ',I IABf
377-4249 U.F. Plaza 11-1-2-6 tinted windows, car phone. 7000 ml.
1\PRODIGYII Takeover payment. Call Dan 843-9410
SAILBOAT 12 ft. catamaran. Ready to Ive mag. 11-1-5-9 &.. ABFA... ABFA... ABFA... ABFA... ABFA... ABfA... ABFA...
Inkracliw hncmij r Service sail, "fits upside down on roof I of car, rack

Available ELITE today. Call 3351300. & accessories Included $450 3736835. 77 Honda Civic 5-apeed runs great, \ Greek Week 1991 W
,J1-2-26 looks good, reliable transportation $gOO J v e,
11-9-10-6 obo call Bill 376-5860 or see at 3021' NE .
55 gallon AQUARIUM w// stand. All accessories 21 Way Gainesville. "11-1-6-9 < P-- applications for rJ
MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146 Incl. Great condition must
Editor's choice Hewlett Packard seal $200 obo. 335-9263. 11-7-5-6 Grad must sell: 1979 wh. Olds Delta 88, Directors & A.D.'s
Northgate M/C A Prices lower than runs good cold air, new brakes. Needs
mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, Washer/Dryer/ Kenmore Window unit minor body help. $800 obo call Dave available in the Panhellenic/IFC/ office P PJ
.40mb ((28ms) Harddlsk graphics monitor. heat ft air conditioner. Call 378-3834. 3354135. 11-1-5-9,
MC 28612$946., MC 388..- $1086, 11-7-5-8,
Room 305
Northgate 386/20-/ $2499. Leading Edge Convertible Super Beetle 1972 Must.., JWRU
386SX laptop w/40/ MB hd & battery- Leaving town must sell: Dining set, completely restored. $6000 or best offer P PAOf
$1995.1 I 2 year warranties. Onsite warranties black recline chair lamp fans bicycle, 371-4131 or see at 1132 S. Main. 11-8- Applications due Monday Nov. 5th
Panasonic 1180 printer$185.. bed frame, pictures, posters and more. 10-9
HP Laser Jet lip- $987 3743 W. University Call now 335.3668.5.3.8
Ave. 12-14-52-6 ... ABFA... ABFA... ABFA... ABfA... ABFA... ABFA... ABFA...
For Sale: 10 GEORGIA COUPONS (will Nissan 300ZX 1986 5-speed am/f m/tape,
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants separate). Call 373-9715 Ask for Johnor air. T-top, excellent condition $8500 or
for your dorm or apartment. We Hal. Make offer. 11-2-2-6 best offer. Call 3328473. -1g.10.0
deliver) Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave.377- e THEATRES There /$ A D/tfereru/ ?

5265 6 blocks E. of campus. 11.14-20.8
1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door OAKS' MALL 10 bALIM TW11IT! SHOW
'Light up Clipboard" take and read notesIn 7 REAL ESTATETake locks, seats, windows a/c. auto wht $3.00
dark It holds letter or Legal size paper ext/talue Int. am/fm tape. Exc cond-must
and uses two AA BAtteries. $23 PPD. sell, best offer 3345053. ,-0-26-9
over payments no equity required.
OAKS 6 EAST 3318818LA
Write to Sylbert Jones International Condo 2bd/2ba. Let It pay for college.
Trade 115 W 162 Street Bronx, NY
Oaks Mall
area loft-style study area,
10452. 11-7-12-6 wash/dry/ porch. 407-862-9522.. 11-' PLAZA TRIPLE


ran, 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor wNOW
$900. Other systems available. 332- MICHAEL
8333. 11-19-15-6 7 BELUSHI CAINE l Ill!

MUST SELL CHEAP $125 or best offer. 7:10 9:4861era :
377.8724. 11-1-5-6 Tanarow:Ara hnoppi.....(K-'I)
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software. 1 year old. $2.000454- : Adml Ion S2 SO00 CRAVE YARD SHIFT (R) A MMMOUNT piques 1**-]1 DOWN UNDER

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bike, great condition $280. Call 377- .
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25 FLA GA COUPONS call Dan HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional CENTERTyping 3760339. Full Typing & Wordprocessing Legal theses .
374-8161 prefer calls w/ 6 or more coupons boarding woodier (acuities care In peaceful surroundings.Daily & sell service computing. Open until term papers, etc. Professional qualIty
will p.y' 11-5-4-10 hay rides parties sales working turnout grooming and TLC 462- 10pm school nights. Typing starts @ ft reliable service, Call Nancy,
students accepted. 466-3224 3758080. 5127. 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS I 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Sell service 3722750. 11210.12
Need 7 Auburn tickets 12-14-76-11 I resumes $2.50/hr .15/page. Laser
Will pay top $$ FOR COLLEGE typeset graphics spell check theses WORD PROCESSING 24 hr service
Call Steve .336-1995 *SUNBELT MOVING Are available! Millions go unclaimed papers special characters A employment $1.50 dbl sp pg $2 same day. Word
Leave menage. 1153.10 yearly. 1-eOQ-334-3881 databases mailmerge A training. Prefect 5.0 spell check edit. Call 378-
Profeiiional Moving/Packing A Suppllei. WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 12-14- 2087 RicK. 11..5.12QUICKSILVER
AUBURN tix need 2. Call Eric 336- 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dlit. BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 52.12
Lie/Ins./ Priced (for Studentil' Marty 375. WP
4859. MOVE. 121478.11 Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable 373-3191 Fast, accurate, & guaranteedl I
1233 NW 10th Ave. service. Reasonable rates.
AAA STORAGE 372-1664 Laser printer. 377.8175 til 00pm.. 12- TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA, FAST
2 Auburn tickets.Will Close
to UF. Convenient MC/VISA/lnsurance 14-76-12 ACCURATE. CALL
pay top $$. Call 351-5654 days or 4x4x4 US/mo Free Pregnancy Test 376-4854.
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LUCKfrom hero. He kicked a field goal with two seconds
page 12 on the clock to lead the Tigers past I 'I I
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of the season. And if that isn't enough to give any coachan Huey Richardson, UF's Ail-American ready when the 15th-ranked Gators face
He went for the tie. ulcer,last Saturday,Auburn again struggled defensive end, did not practice Wednes- fourth-ranked Auburn Saturday night at
to a win over Mississippi State. This day because of back spasms, UF coach Florida Field. ESPN will televise the 7:30:
With just over a minute left in the fourth
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Tigers did it with a well-placed Steve Spurrier said. p.m. contest.
,Auburn kicker Von
quarter Jim Wyl bootedthe
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ball between the posts to make It 26-26.
from Atlanta, "couldn't have from four
playedif scouts NFL teams, Chicago,
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field goal with seven seconds left to give blocked Joel Logan's extra point attempt. rier said. Rams.
Auburn a 16-14 win over Louisiana Tech. The Tigers won another close one,and their Spurrier said Richardson should be GREGG DOYEL
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a Dye says Auburn has luck and skillBy

lock beat SHARON GINN
to Alligator Staff Writer

For some inexplicable reason some
call it luck, others call it determination rA Adf r <' f .

the GatorsEditor's Auburn, at 6-0-1() remains one of the only
undefeated teams in the country.

Just when it seems the Tigers finally are
note: This column was written by going to choke,they come back in the fourth
the sports editor of the Auburn Plainsman.TheMlgatorandthePlainsmanswappedcoIumns quarter. It's happened four times this year

with an assortment of opponents.And .
4r makingfun' of the other school's football team. it happened last year with the Gators.
The reasons that Auburn will beat UF on "Our preacher has been working over
Saturday are as numerous as the 45 points time," said Auburn coach Pat Dye. "Yeah,
that your defense gave up to Tennessee. we've been lucky."
However before I get into that, I'm releas- But UF defensive coordinator Jim Bates
ing, free of charge, to all Gators fans::! and doesn't think it's just good fortune that the
especially Kyle Morris, my Five Star Lock of Tigers lead the Southeastern Conference at

the Week. 3-0-1. He said Auburn, UF's opponent this
Take Auburn. Don't worry about the Saturday, is one of those teams that has the
points, because the Tigers will win outright. enviable tradition of pulling out games in
the last quarter- with poise.
Greg Klein It's a tradition,Bates said, that the Gators
AUBURN need to develop because it's never too
SPEAKS late in the game to think you can lose.
UF may not have been thinking that way

;, Now I know that the UF guest columnist last year when it led the Tigers 7-3 with 26
writing for my paper will make an issue of seconds left on the clock. Auburn, facing a
fourth-and-11 play, allowed former Tigers
our game last week against Mississippi State.
quarterback Reggie Slack enough time to
Yes, we won by a point. Yes, on a blocked W"01o
throw wide-open Shayne Wadsen the
extra point. I know that UF never wins that a
way. But then some teams have good luck, game-winning touchdown pass. o
Auburn 10 UF 7.
and some teams just don't. ,
As Pat Dye said Sunday night on "The "They've been fortunate to have some
auburn Football Weekly Show," "You can'tplay good games go their way," said UF coach ,
Steve Spurrier. "But they've also earned
all of your games with the same high
those things, like that blocked extra point
level of intensity. So for some games we just X
try to play right above the level of our Oast week) against Mississippi State.You've
opponent." got to give them credit for believing they
still have chance to win."
Makes sense, doesn't it? Well maybe it a
doesn't to a team that took great pride in For Auburn this year, those last-second
burying teams like Furman,Akron and Okla- rallies has been more the rule than the
homa State.However. exception. After three close wins and one -
tie,many wonder whether Auburn is worthyof AUBURN SPORTS INFORMATION
let me illustrate a trend in our its No. 4 ranking."I Auburn wide receiver Shayne Wadsen was on the receiving end of the Tigers' I

games. think that we're not a bad football team, game-winning touchdown pass last season.
Sept. 29 was a big game against Tennessee. -
but we're extra fortunate also," Dye said."We're matchup between two of the nation's 10 have The
We came out flat, but by the fourth top not to underestimate Auburn.
quarter, we had played the Vols to a stale- not as good as we ought to be." teams.The Volunteers led 26-9 entering the Tigers scored a field goal and two back-to-
mate. But all that matters is the Tigers have yet fourth quarter, and it appeared the game back touchdowns. And at 26-25, Dye made
The next week against LouisianaTech,we to lose a game this year-even though four was a lock. I
of the last five have been nail biters.
were flat. But Tennessee learned, like many teams see Luck, page 12
First, it was Tennessee in a Sept. 29
On Oct. 20, we had a tough test with
Florida State. No one thought we'd be ready.
This is the team that just barely beat louisi- Gators open swim season against LSU I

ana Tech, the critics said. -

In that game we started quick, fell flat in By JEFF BARUSAlligator team's success will be its depth. Nesty, 1988 Olympic gold medalist in the
,_t the middle and put on another fourth quarter Writer Foster takes the reigns of a solid team 100 yard butterfly, won the event and the
surge to win. returning 21 letter winners and two NCAA 200 yard butterfly at last year's NCAA and
Who isn't going to come out flat the week According to first year coach Skip Foster, individual champions. Foster took over in SEC championships.
after? the UF men's swim team will pick up where the spring when former coach Randy Reese the
Competing for Suriname, Nesty won
But the important thing is we won.Auburncan they left off last year. resigned. 100 yard butterfly, edging U.S. swimmer
always get up for the big games. After Where they left off was a first place finishat Reese led the Gators for 14 years,winningtwo Matt Biondi just as he did in their heated
watching UF in Knoxville, you can't say the the Southeastern Conference champion NCAA championships, eight SEC titles competition at the Olympics in Seoul,
same about your Gators. ships, and a fifth place finish in the NCAA and back to back Coach of the Year awards. Korea. ,
Now I'm not saying that UF will commit championships. Mitchell said Foster can be just as suc
seven turnovers again. But if the Vols de- "I think we can win the conference again cessful. Utley has earned 12 All-America Honors
fense can hold you to three points, our and do a lot better in the NCAA's," sophomore "He (Foster) is a good coach; and I like and anchored last year's third place 200
... defense might just shut you out. Brent Mitchell said. "We'll definitelysend working for him," Mitchell said. yard medley and 200 yard freestyle relay

I If I were predicting the key to a Gators a lot more guys to the NCAA's and Foster, Reese's top assistant for nine teams.
win I would say this. Stop Auburn early, take overall I think we'll surprise some people." years, brings his soft-spoken style of guid- Foster also expects to see good perfor-
advantage of our second quarter slump, and UF will get its first chance to do that todayas ance to the program in contrast to Reese's mances from freshman Carlton Bruner,
don't give us any easy points with turnovers. the men's team travels to Baton Rougeto well-known intensity. whom he noted as"one of the best distance
Then hold tight in the fourth quarter, 'cause face Louisiana State. With greater depth than in past years, swimmers coming out of high school' last
,tIt will be wild. The women's team also will swim against Foster looks to guide UF ,to an excellent year"
We've given ESPN two good shows this LSU today as head coach Mitch Ivey said year. Team leaders include senior Martin The trip to Louisiana will be somethingnew
year.This game should be no different. I If we what his team lacks in depth, it makes up Zubero, junior Anthony Nesty, and senior to Bruner, who has never experienceda
win, only Alabama stands before us and the for in talent. Bob Utley. collegiate dual meet.
Sugar Bowl. If you win..wel1I'm sure Ten- Leading the Gators will be two-time na- Zubero, 1990's SEC Male Swimmer-of- "The atmosphere has been a bit differentnow
nessee and Ole Miss will be grateful.At tional breastroke champion Stephanie the-Year, broke five all-time conference re- that we've all been gearing up to swim
least your players can go home for the Zunich and national backstroke champion cords last season and set five conferencemeet fast and also have some fun," Bruner said.
'holidays. But being at home won't be such Kristen Linehan. records at the SEC championships and "It's brought us closer together as a team
i an advantage this week. But while Ivey's team will rely on its top went on to break the NCAA and U.S. Open and as the season progresses, I feel we will
" My prediction: Auburn 17, Florida 10. swimmers, Foster said the key to the men's records in the 200 yard backstroke. become even more close."