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Financial woes Regents adopt



hurt enrollmentBy tenure policyBy


DEBBIE CENZIPER DEBBIE CENZIPER
Alligator Staff Writer Alligator Staff Writer

BOCA RATON State education leaders say the stam- BOCA RATON Female] and minority faculty, who often
pede of students wanting to enter one of Florida's public get passed over in the tenure process, were the target of six
universities will crush hopes of any financial improvementsunless new initiatives passed Thursday by state education officials.
more money can be found. The Board of Regents adopted the new guidelines, recommendations
Although only one in 10 Florida] high school] students but one faculty advocate said the guidelines .
last year entered one of the state's nine public universities, will be useless if they aren't followed. I
there's still an overload of students, said Board of Regents e The Board is the 13-member panel] that sets policy for the
Academic Planning director Michael Armstrong. state's nine public universities. 1
Armstrong discussed the issue at a meeting Thursday of Chief negotiator for the United Faculty] of Florida Kris
the board, the 13-member panel] that governs the nine Anderson said the guidelines,which include recruiting more
schools. women and minorities and encouraging university presi-
Legislators] underestimated the number of students,Arm- dents to exert control over tenure recommendations, are
strong said,]leaving universities picking up the tab for about only words right now.
12,000 students not included in budgets. "It will help only if they take action and follow through "
Although final numbers for this semester haven't been r on it,"said Anderson, a Florida Atlantic University sociology
tabulated, statewide enrollment jumped from 161,887 in fall professor. "We'd like to see leaders working with our
1988 to 172,653 a year later. That 1989 total is 33,602 more faculty."
students than the system had in 1982, a difference roughlythe Tenure, which is offered to faculty after about five yearsof
size of UPs student body. continuous service, guarantees academic freedom, job
"We are already admitting more students than we have security and usually a salary hike. I
funding for,"Armstrong said. JS SUlliVAN-ALLIGATOR But women and minorities have been lost along the way
A lack of money from legislators, combined with this Sign o' the times in receiving tenure,which is vital in earning promotions and

fall's budget cutbacks,pushes universities into a rough spotas Physical Plant worker Tracy Smith replaces the pay raises.
demands for higher education soar, he said. The six guidelines, adopted mainly to draw attention to
UF entrance sign on Southwest 13th Street.
see Growth, page 7 see Tenure page 10


I Campen challenges Kirkpatrick for Senate seat I I


By JOHN F. BERRY when he received a$1,000 consult- from a group or accept a gift froma lieve government has no business
Alligator Writer ing fee. Even though he wasn't lobbyist while they have ]legislation ] legislating abortion.
mentioned in the reports,Gofourthsaid pending before the Senate." Both say they are proeducation. -
It's mud ahead of substance in he has worked for the Campen But Kirkpatrick may have The difference is Kirkpatrickis
Tuesday's Florida Senate District campaign since the semester beaten Campen to the starting in office and Campen is not. Atd '
6 race. began in August. blocks. Earlier this month, retiring Campen said if he is elected, he x P
Republican Ben Campen is challenging Campen said Tuesday that nothing state Rep. Sid Martin, D-Haw- will try to get UF more money. He
] incumbent George Kirk is wrong with his campaign thorne, held a press conference said he also will put lottery money
patrick,D-Gainesville! for the right reports. Besides campaign help, announcing his intention to Introduce into education without cutting
to represent the district Campen said he em- similar legislation. He said back on its funding.
covering most of North XievPjiN. ploys' Gofourth as a Kirkpatrick will introduce the bill "Education is the future," he
Central Florida.J&yEZj'd' + personal] and business in the Senate while Rep. David said. "Number one priority is ed-
The overriding camkJiiflp/ aid so he doesn't Flagg, D-Gainesville, introduces it ucating our people.] "
paign theme is that the [Qi BflP>| have to report in the House of Representatives.Both But Kirkpatrick said an election
other candidate is un- WV sOJ Gofourth as a political] candidates have said they loss would be devastating to edu-
ethical. Recent newspa- Vvi Sj! ./ expenditure. are tired of the mudslinging, but cation and UFoKirkpatrick
per reports and political] tg iS NIt this becomes the they still have resorted to it as said that as a mem- 1 t
advertisements attack_ issue in my campaign Tuesday approaches. Campen is ber of the Senate's Appropriations Kirkpatrick ,
each candidate on issues such as then George Kirkpatrick must really holding a news conference todayto Committee, he influences what I
lobbyist-paid hunting trips and violations be pulling straws," Campensaid. question Kirkpatrick's real-es] money goes where.
] of Florida's] campaignlaws. ., tate agent practices. Campen is "If you don't serve on an appropriations
But Campen may be pulling partially responding to a Kirkpat committee, you don't
Campen,a local realtor,employs straws too.He charges Kirkpatrickwith rick television commercial that have anything to say about UF
UF political] science senior Rob unethical behavior for accept- questions Campen's ethics., having a Summer A term."
Gofourth. Gofourth said earlier ing a hunting trip to a Georgia "It's not mudslinging if it's the Kirkpatrick said the national A .
this month that he receives$1,000a resort in 1988,which Campen says truth," Campen said. grassroots campaign to reject all f
month as a paid staff worker. was paid for by a lobbyist. Kirkpat- "He hasn't introduced one singlenew incumbent candidates will have S
Gofourth says he works 80 to 90 rick said earlier this month he paid idea about an issue," Kirkpat- some effect at the ballot box. But LOS
hours a week, much of the time as for,the trip..He also said trips are rick said of Campen. "He's playedso he said people's frustration is di-
Campen's travel aide. not required in gift reports. The quick and fast with the truth." rected more at the U.S. Congressthan
case is now under the scrutiny of Kirkpatrick said issue-ori the ]local and state ]levels.
But Florida's campaign laws require an
the Florida
attorney general
candidates to report each ex ented campaign is difficult to run. Campen says he will not vote for
penditure. Campen's' expenditure Campen said if voters choose "You can't get people interestedin Gov. Bob Martinez, a fellow Re-
reports list Gofourth as receiving him, he will introduce legislation the issues,"he said. The media publican, but he would not say if e
$1,278 in three salary payments in forbidding politicians from accept doesn't cover issues; it covers he will vote for Democrat Lawton q
May and June. In July] the campaign ing any gifts. press conferences about the pe- Chiles.He said the anti-incumbent
paid him a $490 consulting "No more vacations, no more riphery." consensus will help him at the i
fee. But Gofourth isn't mentionedthe shotguns and no more cigars," he Both candidates say they are 4 t
reports again until Oct. 3, said. "It's unethical to take a trip pro-choice. And both ,say they be- see Race, page 11 Campen r
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a little:VISA'S second annual 334-5359. all will perform. Call Glenn at 371-
picnic and games will be Sunday Have fun a little:The Tau Beta Pi
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lake Waub- picnic is Sunday at Ted Crom's lake 0992.Worship a little: Reform Jewish Productions
urg North. Dress comfortably and house. Meet at the O'Connell Center Gators holds Reform Shabbat Servo
bring food. Call Gloria at 335-4806. parking lot Sunday morning at 11. ices in the Hillel upstairs library at
Talk little: UF Peer Counselorsare Call Clayton at 373-3088. 16 NW 18th St. tonight at 7. Call
holding a one-hour workshop on Speak French little: The 372-2900.
choosing a major today at 1 in 311 French Club meets tonight at 6 in Play a little: The Undergraduate
Little HalL Call 3921575. the Orange & Brew. Call Nhu at 372- Economics Society meets Saturdayat
KISS 105Presenti.u.
Share little: No partner neededat 0360 or Etienne at 334-8690. noon at Lake Wauburg South fora &
the UF International Folk Dane Exercise a little: The Gay and softball game and picnic. All students
ers' line and couple dancing every Lesbian Student Union plays softball are welcome. Call Mike at 375-
Friday night at 8 in the Norman Hall Saturday at 11. Meet behind the In- 0330.
Gym. Call Nancy at 376-3074 or Tom stitute of Black Culture for direc- Take care of yourself' a little:
377-3341. tions, and bring your lunch and fee Learn how to use medicinal herbs to
Party a little: Club Creole partiesat card. Call the gay switchboard at cure cramps, infections and hormo- ; .
Gatortown Apartments, 309 SW 332-0700.) imbalances at a Women's Herbal
16th Ave.,tonight at 10. Call Philippe Give a little: Gamma Sigma ''Seminar Saturday morning at 10. -.
at338-0756.() Sigma's canned food drive is today The seminar,led by master herbalistT.
Compete little: The Black Stu- from 10 to 5 on the Reitz Union Finkbelner, costs $10 and will be
dent Union Talent Show lights up North Lawn. Call 392-4094 or Traci held at the Florida School of Mas-
Carleton Auditorium tonight at 8:30.: at 394-9621. sage on Southwest 13th Street. Call """.4'

Call Tony at 334-7921. Explore a little: Students, staff Teresa at 377')765() 373-0621 or 378- "
Keep up with friends a little: and faculty will be calling non-tradi- 7891. i
Beta Eta Sigma's fall inductions are tional students Sunday and Mondayto Dance a llttleThe: Desert Rose
Sunday at 5 in the University gather information regardingtheir Dancers present Cafe Cairo tonightat
Women's Club near the law schoolAll perceptions of UF. Call 392- 8 at the Thomas Center. Ticketsare
old members are encouraged to 1261. $6 or two for $10. Cell 377-5452.
attend. Call Romona at 334-7989. Dare a little: marijuana legalization But don't do drugs: Jack Herer
Learn a little: Experience Rus- rally takes place Saturday at will debate Dr. Anthony Grahamover
sian culture at the Russian Club's noon at the Gainesville Courthouse the marijuana legalization issue pro' fie

cultural night at 8 tonight at the University Plaza. NDolphln, Local bands tonight at 7:30: in Reitz Union Room
Women's Club. Call Tony at Tongues of Ecstasy and Copacetic 235. Call Glenn at 371-0992.



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I COAR: UF bureaucracy caused woesBy Knifewieldingman


JACK REJTMAN train COAR peer educators. But Jim Ellison, an anthropology graduate -
"COAR will never survive without the student and member of the Student threatens
Alligator Writer
support and training of the SARS program," Solidarity Against Silence, said he can't
Campus Organized Against Rape mem- Rosario said. COAR has two trained peer comprehend how task force members were 3
bers told a surprised UF task force that their educators, down from six, he said. unaware of COAR's problems until this fall teen-agers
program has been nearly destroyed by Insensitive Task force members agreed that COAR because of the issue's media coverage. He UF police are looking for a knife-
administrators.COAR needs a paid adviser if the program is to also criticized task force members for not wielding man who threatened three
members Wednesday told the task survive. Chairwoman Eloise Harmon said acting sooner. teen-age boys at an otherwise quiet
force which was set up to investigate until this meeting, COAR's adviser prob- They're making statements in this meet- Halloween Festival, police spokes-
women's health care on campus that lems weren't well known."I ing that are very political like 'We support woman Angie Tipton said Thursday.The .
bureaucratic shuffling has cost the group met with several of these people myself COAR' and 'If we had known about the three victims, two 17yearoldsand
their adviser and forced them to cancel Saturday and one of their complaints Is that problems we might have helped earlier,'"" a 15-year-old, were walking along
some rape awareness programs. they felt no one was listening to them," she Ellison said. "But when you call them on it, Woodlawn Drive on the west side of
The student group, which informs stu- said. "I think (this meeting) gave COAR a they're full of excuses that they were sick the UF Bandshell Wednesday about 8
dents about rape with peer education and chance to air their problems and propose during a rally or that they were out of town p.m. when a man started harassingthem
seminars, was under the control of Student their solutions." during the summer."If Tipton said.
Government before a 1989 agreement put Harmon plans to have another task force they were wholeheartedly supportingthese "He then pulled out a knife and
them within the UF Infirmary's domain. meeting next week with Kellett so he can programs, contact could have been threatened to cut them," she said.
This summer, after bucking the Infirmary's reply to accusations that COAR's problems initiated from either side." The three teen-agers ran from the
authority, COAR returned to SG. began when he tried to control the tradi- But finance senior Richard Shuster, who scene and told a nearby officer about
Wednesday, the task force heard the rea- tionally student-run group, she said. took the COAR peer educator training program the incident, Tipton said.
sons for jumping back. Task force member jaquelyn Resnick last spring, said he thought the meet- "We did an initial search and could
The university made us feel like we were said other organizations on campus didn't ing was productive. not find the suspect," she said.
raped," said COAR President Raul Rosario. know COAR was in trouble. Until this fall, Shuster said he hasn't been a part of the The boys described the suspect as a
"We were never listened to." COAR appeared to be In good shape, she struggle to save COAR,but he has seen how white male about 37 years old who is
Rosario said the group's main complaintwas said. effective the programs are and how effec- 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs about 1
the loss of adviser Claire Walsh. When "It indicates to me a sense of isolationism tive the program's adviser Claire Walsh is 220 pounds, Tipton said.
COAR decided to return to SG after budget ," she said. with students. She also said the man appeared 1
squabbles with Infirmary Director Boyd "The perception was that changes were "Claire Walsh can go into a fraternity or drunk.
Kellett, he rewrote Walsh's job description. being made as to where COAR would be sorority and get people to open up and talk Tipton said there were no other In-
Walsh, who had split her time between housed, but there was no perception that about sexual assault or date rape and things cidents reported at the concert.
COAR and therapy at UF's Sexual Assault they would not have an adviser," Resnick they would otherwise never talk about," MATTHEW SAUER
Recovery Service, became a full-time ther- said. "There are a number of groups on Shuster said. "If she leaves the university,
apist. She said the move left her no time to campus who are sympathetic." it would be a tremendous loss."


I UF band pleads for TV air timeBy I iL8

*.4.4WW2hW .0111'.
SHARON GINN Winkerbean" strip, the fictitious or how successful "Project Half- .
college band director Harry L time" will be.
Staff Writer
Alligator
Dinkel asked readers who think "I'm sure the members of the
Though the UF marching bandis "halftime belongs to the bands" to band sorority and fraternity
known as The Pride of the Sun- send the strip to ABC Sports Pres- (Kappa Kappa Psi) sent theirs in,"
shine,"it never has been the prideof ident Dennis Van Lengen
national television. Swanson. said. "And the
When the Gators football team UF's chapter UF whole band feels
gets a chance to play' in front of of the national and other It's important to } Y ifs
millions of television fans, UPs band sorority, schools show the band at
band often is zapped off the screenat Tau Beta SIgma, throughout halftime"
halftime in favor of a station was sent the car- the nation are try- Van Lengentoon
break and an update on the latest and a press said it's frustrat-
football scores. release about Ing to bring marching to work so
But with the help of a nationally the project a few ing bands a little hard every week
syndicated cartoonist, UF and weeks before and not getafewthe 79.
other schools throughout the na- strip ran, more exposure seconds of rec- Y
tion are trying to bring marching said Carla Gei- ognltlon from,
bands a little more exposure-anda ger, secretary of and a lot more re- the networks.
lot more respect. Tau Beta spect. "We work t
UPs marching band is partici- Sigma's South- hard to. do what
pating in "Project Halftime," a pleato east District. we do, she said.
the executives of ABC-TV to Sorority members and marching "Even a minute or something
dedicate a minute or so of program- band officers clipped 350 of the would be nice. But no matter what,
ming time to the halftime shows cartoon petitions, stuffed them in you hear the whistle (at halftime)
performed by school bands. Tom addressed envelopes and distrib- and (the networks) cut to a com STEPHANIE SOMMER
Batiak, creator of the comic strip uted them to band members. mercial." You call this homework?
"Funky Winkerbean,"which is dis- Sorority President Lynn Van Batiak, a former trombone Freshman Jacob Kivett tries to eat a cookie without his
tributed than 400 said she wasn't from Ohio said he createdsee I
to more newspa-. Lengen sure ex- player ,
hands, an assignment for his Exceptional People class.
pers, came up with the idea. actly how many UF band members
In the Oct. 6 "Funky stamped and mailed the petitions, Television, page 9


I Graduate students display research data at session .

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came up with the idea because I felt this year's poster session. The posters ad- pays to see what people are doing in grad i,
need to be interfacing other schools dressed the topics of biology, health, waste, uate school. Coming to an event like this
( UF)," Cline said. "I felt like I needed to ecology, water and air. can help undergraduates decide what they
It has what other graduate students were "A lot of people in various departmentswork want to go into."
Pat Cline, ." in environmental areas," Chadik said.. Mike Fowler, a UF graduate student in
up with the posters are similar to science pro- This is a form for exchanging information, environmental engineering, said he learneda
enable UF They describe the problems, the re-, and students benefit from it." lot by getting to see other department'swork.
ings with and the solutions. Linda Lee, a UF graduate student study- Some of the research surprised him.
Cline yet"I afternoon event included a luncheon ing soil science,said because most graduate "I had no idea that soil science is doing
the Fourth a."I a presentation given by Richard Pierce, students are busy researching, it takes an things very similar to the research we are
Poster of research at the Mote Marine event like the poster session to get them to doing in environmental engineering,"
Union's in Sarasota. interact with one another. But the poster Fowler said. The studies are almost inter-
showcasing Chadik, assistant professor of envi- session is not just for graduate students,Lee changeable."
Cline, engineering science,was the per- said."I. Tim Townsend and Charles Bartlett are )
neer Cline first shared her idea with. Chadik would like to see more undergraduate graduate students that displayed a poster.see .
excited with the success of the program. students and the general public get out here j
She said different departments participated in and see what Is going on,"she said."It really Fair, page 8I


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unwilling to negotiate sanctionsWASHINGTON PARALEGALat


(UPI) Iraq offered Thursday to White House chief of staff John Sununu said, "We The National Center for Paralegal Training
let the families of hostages visit during the holidays, want to prepare the American people for every even
but the British government condemned the proposaland tuality,"but he quickly added the administration still MIAMI FORT LAUDERDALE
the Bush administration said the captives oughtto hopes that the matter will be resolved peacefully.The College degree. or employee sponsorship
be sent home immediately.The State Department, meanwhile, said the U.N.- required
government of Iraqi President Saddam backed economic sanctions are beginning to seri
/ month
4 month day 8 evening
Hussein, holding the foreigners as shields against ously affect Iraq's economy but have not had any real programs
possible military attack,denied it is mistreating them. effect on Saddam's resolve to end his 3-month-old Employment assistance
President Bush, campaigning for Republican can- occupation of Kuwait. Faculty of practicing attorneys
didates in Massachusetts, said he"wants desperatelyto Reacting to Saddam's offer to let relatives see the Classes in Miami or Ft. Lauderdale
have a peaceful solution" to the crisis but declaredhe hostages at Christmas,Fitzwater asked,"Why doesn'the Student loans for qualified students
is determined to turn back Saddam's aggression."Our let the hostages come home? That would be the
problem i is with Saddam Hussein alone,"Bush best way, or better yet, Thanksgiving." Meet with our representativeWed.

said. "I want desperately to have a peaceful solutionto Fitzwater said he had no guidance on whether & Thurs., Nov. 7 & 8, 9 am 4
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this problem. We are giving the (U.N.) sanctions Americans should accept Iraq's offer. Contact College Placement Office for an appointment.Call .
time to work, but let this be clear... there will be no Britain's Foreign Office called the offer"disgraceful"
write for free brochure and
compromise on the stated goals of the United Nations and labeled it"cynical propaganda."However,an -or----a---- --more--information.---
resolutions. None at all. official at the Iraqi Embassy in London said two The National Center for Paralegal Training
"No one is more determined to see this aggression families had contacted the mission about getting visas
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turned back,and I will not change on this fundamental to Iraq.
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White House press secretary Marlin Fitzwater told feelings of relatives of hostages at a time of particular Name
reporters that Bush is speaking out because "if we importance of family life that is, Christmas," a Address
have to take dramatic action, we want the American British official said. "All hostages should be freed city State Zip _
people to know why." immediately." College Yr.Grad
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Lawmaker break residencesTALLAHASSEE
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(UPI) Incoming House SpeakerT.K. in Daytona Beach and only lives in Tallahassee during
.Wetherell is catching a two-fold break from Uncle the three-month legislative session.
Sam by declaring both of his homes one in Talla- The tax breaks have drawn the ire of Wetherell's
hassee and the other in Daytona Beach-as his main Republican opponent, Rosemary Upton, who said he

residence.The is deceiving his constituents.But We Pamper You For Peanuts...
Atlantic Coast Democrat gets a homestead tax a citizens watchdog group, Florida Common
And Get You On Your To The Gators.
exemption with his Daytona Beach home and postpones Cause, disagrees."It Way
paying about $23,000 in capital gains tax from might be important for people in the district,butI
the sale of his previous home in Daytona Beach. I don't feel it's outrageous given the demands of the OCALA
"We have followed the IRS codes to the letter of (speaker's) job,"said group representative Bill Jones.
the law. I live here in Daytona Beach ...We haven't Wetherell's wife,Virginia, is a former state legislator
Buckjetel!
done anything that anybody else doesn't do,"Wether- from Pensacola who works as deputy executive
ell told The Tampa Tribune. director the state Departmentof Natural Resources.She .
One of the most powerful lawmakers in Tallahassee, and her two sons moved into the Tallahassee
Wetherell said he and his wife declared their Talla- home in February. H : I
hassee house as their main residence so they wouldn't Their$580,000, two-story brick house sits on 11/2 \,,,
have to pay the capital gains tax. acres in a posh subdivision north of Tallahassee.On .
Wetherell said he did not intend for the IRS to 1989 tax forms filed with the state Division of
believe he was living in the state capital most of the Elections, the couple said the Tallahassee house was ,.
time. their new "main" home.
Legislators in Florida are not required to live in the Under federal law, both taxpayers must live "mostof
district they represent. the time"in their main residence,said Eric Roberts,
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MIKE BRUSCELL
Alligator Staff Writer

U.S. Rep. Bill Nelson joined UF
student leaders on campus Thursday -
afternoon in praising Demo-
cratic gubernatorial candidate
Lawton Chiles and denouncing incumbent -
Gov. Bob Martinez.
About 75 people gathered and
watched on the Plaza of the Amer- b Ah YA
icas at noon as Nelson and other
speakers, including Student Body
President Michael Browne,former
student body presidential candi-
date Juan Vitali!and former Gaines- ,
ville Mayor Jean Chalmers ,
promised Chiles would protect stu- ,
dent financial aid,the environmentand
abortion rights if elected.
Co-sponsored by UFs College
.
Democrats and Students For
Chiles, the event's' speakers took f
shots at the Republican governor
and questioned how a second f
Martinez term would affect the

state..--- .
"What's at stake is the future of MICHELE KATZ
this state, and what we need is a U.S. Rep. Bill Nelson speaks at a rally for gubernatorial candidate Lawton Chiles at UF's Plaza of the Americas Thursday. 'I

strong leader," said Nelson, who are coping with now. because people have classes," f43lyha
jc
fought Chiles for the Democratic "Where was our governor?" Henegar said.Audience .
nomination this spring. "Get out Browne said. "Where was that members such as UF I
there and work. Get out there and teacher?" journalism senior Jason Zwart,who .'
talk to your A l It t h 0 ugh supports Chiles, said he agreed 1 3io
friends .., the Martinez's cam- with Chiles' stance against capital
stakes are too )hats at stake zs pus supporters punishment but wished both can ,
high for the fu- this weren't visible didates had better forums than ,
thejutulfl' of
ture of this state." t; during the event, television debates and advertisingto t
Des pit I e state, and what we College Republi- discuss issues."I I
Martinez's cam- cans member think there's a big problemwith
paign assurances need zs a strong Rick Henegar the way we elect our candidates f
that his experileader. said group memo today,"Zwart said."You can'tin r
ence as a former bers volunteer 90 seconds address an issue."
teacher gives him Bill Nelson their time at the UF microbiology graduate stu-
edu. Alachua dent Wallace said he
insight into County Morgan sup-
U.5.
Representative Chiles "kind of the lesserof
cahon Issues,' headquarters ported as
Browne and Vitali and wave signs two evils" and was put off by
said UF students don't believe supporting the governor at UF foot Martinez's negative advertising
Martinez will protect schools from ball games. against Chiles."I .
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Florida's nine public universities have rallies during school hours vote." Jean Chalmers, former mayor of Gainesville, applauds at the rally. :I





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to Student Government for finding office

space and a phone line for Campus Organized Against

Rape, the student group that sponsors presentations and

lectures to teach rape prevention.

COAR recently moved from the UF Infirmary's jurisdiction -
Pfl'dilmattA., q rrnma\" ..
to SG, and the transition left the group without a

place to work. COAR now shares an office with two Give both sides let readers decide
other student groups in the Reitz Union and has its own ,

line and machine.
phone answering UP students had a lot to tell me about The Alligator's
We're glad SG found a place for COAR, and we hope "Some black students leave during festivities" article -Lorraine SchneebergerEADERS'

the group is able to get through its transition from the In- printed in the Oct. 19 Homecoming edition. R
firmary to SG and continue with its valuable educational Some white students I talked to thought the article ADVOCATEcampus.
sounded as though black students were boycottingUFs
programs. Homecoming activities to attend Florida Agricul- More students should have been asked their
DART to Task Force organizers for holding a news tural and Mechanical University's Homecoming. opinions.And .

conference Wednesday to announce absolutely nothingnew According to black students I spoke with, this is like it or not,white students should have been
in the investigation of the five student murders. In- untrue. asked to comment for the article.

vestigators said Wednesday they have evidence, but they "Students weren't boycotting," said senior Kevin White students I talked to made the point that
refused to say if it would lead to a specific suspect.We Cotton."They simply thought they would have a better anyone can audition for Gator Growl, and that if any
time at Tallahassee because Florida A&M is
knew they had evidence. This conference seems black college. a predominantly group, black or white, has a skit, they can try out!

like a device to bring the murders to the public's atten- "Black students feel left out. And there have been Other students said Homecoming is not geared

tion again, lest it forget. Maybe investigators believe the racist skits in Gator Growls of the past," said Cotton. toward a particular race.

public is losing confidence in the search for the murderer Junior Nadene Reynolds said, "It's not an official "I don't feel Homecoming is geared toward blacksor
boycott. It's more of an understanding. We consider whites, but toward the school as a whole," said
Well maybe they But they shouldn't out of
are. go
UF Homecoming a holiday, a time to go home or sophomore Eric Jackson.As .
their to bring the tragedies unless they have "
way up elsewhere.
for the choice of the Homecoming band Fleet-
something hopeful to tell us. Meanwhile, some white students said they believe wood Mac, which many black students say they don't
LAUREL to the SG Task Force on Dead Week for try- The Alligator article stirred up trouble. listen to, Jackson said, "A lot of white people didn't
ing to convince administrators to strengthen UF's Dead Junior Alison Roemer said the paper all but createdan care for that band either. I don't.The music selectionis
Week policy. issue. not specifically geared towards race."
"For gosh sakes, a lot of people leave Gainesville
The background music at Gator Growl was mostlyrap
UF defines Dead Week as "a period of discretionary re- during Homecoming. It has nothing to do with your ," said sophomore Scott Setser.
view days." Left in professors' hands, that discretion usu- race," Roemer said.
ally turns into no review days. Black students cite purportedly "nothing there for sentation."I Setser. also commented on Homecoming repre-
us"as their main gripe with UF Studentssay
The task force has presented its ideas to the Univer- Homecoming. think if involved in
if there were more bands, skits and representationfor any group wants to get really
sity Senate, a group representing faculty concerns, but them, they probably would stay. Homecoming, they have to put in an effort. If you go
so far, the group has made no decision. Bret Berlin, Prince T. Arnold, a senior, did go to Gator Growl. elsewhere,you can't expect to be represented,"Setser

chairman of the task force, said his group is proposingthat "This year, I decided to give it half a chance. It said.All
UF require the last three days of the semester to be wasn't worth it," Arnold said. There was a major of which is easy enough to say if you're white.
disinterest in the black community of Gator Growl this But The Alligator still owes its readers a chance for
strictly review sessions for final exams.
year.: both sides to speak, with adequate representation.
We would like to see all of Dead Week reserved for re- The Alligator article quoted one student, Leirma Whetheryou agree with what other students say,blackor
view, but well take the last three days. We'd also like to Miller, on her views about Gator Growl This is not white, is up to you to decide.

see UF require professors to give their finals during finals an adequate representation of the black population on Lorraine Schneeberger is a UF Journalism junior._

week, not during Dead Week (or even before). I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

UF Academic Affairs Associate Vice President Keith
said that Dead Week that An officer thanks ball game for seven years before I games.I .
Legg enforcing a policy man- went away to school. I would have the point of this letter is
dates review sessions would be difficult We don't see all for supportEditor gone to UF had I not been acceptedat to thank guess you for supporting us. I
that it would be any more difficult than anything else UF West Point. I graduated from am just old enough to rememberthe
requires its professors to do. Mark Raines': It was column encouraging in The to Alligator. read- West Point in 1988 and then wentto student protests in Gainesville

It's too late to get the rules changed for this semester, I assume it was The Alligator flight school for a year.I toward the end of the Vietnam War,
am presently the battalion and I am glad to hear that thingsare
but there's always hope for spring. because my parents sent me sev-
training officer .
for
eral clippings and most of them are a helicopter Gen different this time.I
from The Alligator. eral Support battalion deployed in will post your article on our
Saudi Arabia. wife
My
alligator In the past,the military has often from UF in 1987 and is teaching graduated in bulletin board for all my guys to
Editor shunned and at times'despised the Savannah read. I hope we will come home
Ga.
where I
Judy A. Plunkett press. It is a good feeling to know tioned for,the,last am/was sta- soon, but we first have a job to do.
Managing Editor Opinions Editor that you guys are on our side this year. If the President decides the job
M.D. Cumella Reslier From all this you can tell that should be done, we are ready.
Jacqueline time.Let home is
my slightly biased toward
madmanhas
me tell you a little about the Gators. My real concern is that We need to do it This
Letter Policy myself. was born and reared in I will be unable taken one too many steps over
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be Gainesville Alachua to make it to the the line.'
typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include I typed name address and telephone General Florida-Georgia game this year. '
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. If you have any questions call Hospital to Buchholz High SchoolI When I was in flight school, I used 1st Lt. David E. Noegel
the editorial editor at 3704458.
pace I did not miss a home Gators foot to drive from Alabama to the home Saudi Arabia


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GROWTHfrom said the community college to expand will go toward more fa-
page 1 students' arrival creates tension in cilities and faculty,and maybe even "We've got to go to the Legisla- Growing painsFlorida's
the ture and convince them and try to
system. another university.The .
educate them as well as the public," State University System
And The transfer students, who are Regents have not decided if
as the state grows, things Castor said.Regents has swelled through the
guaranteed admission into a uni- Florida needs 10th university he
will only get rougher if more a 1980s and education officials say
money can't be found, he said. versity after they get their associ- said, but expansion is definitely overcrowding at the nine schoolswill
ate of arts degrees, want a fair necessary. Chairman Charles Ed-
The population only worse. Total enrollment -
explosion get
nowdoesn't shake. But so do full four-year stu- "The university system has not wards said legislators and commu- '
compare to the one ex- dents,who start at UF as freshmenand grown fast enough to keep up with nity groups must realize that :
pected in the next few when 1982-139,051
years, over-enrollment will only get worseif
expect to get into their col- the increase Riordan said.
there is a predicted 50 percent increase 1983-144,060
it's not rectified now.
leges. "It's something that we need to
in high school graduates,he 1984-148,073
"You have to try and make sure start planning for now."
said.Most you can accommodate the gradu- Education Commissioner Betty He asked the Regents and uni- 1985-150,284
of the crowding problemsare ates of the community colleges Castor said legislators must first be versity presidents to"take the mes- 1986-152,757
in upper-division colleges when Sorensen said. "So, our internal convinced to put education high on sage back"with them and lobby in 1987-155,533

transferring community college people.. say, 'Hey, I came to UF, their agenda.By their own areas for more support. 1988-161,887
students enter the competition for and I expect that I'll be able to developing advocates in the 1989-172,653

spots in limited enrollment pro- graduate.'" legislature,education can be made "Unless additional money is

grams. Regents spokesman Pat Riordan into a priority and get the fundingit found, access as we know it today source: Board of Regents sta

UF Provost Andrew Sorensen said the money universities need needs, she said. will be a thing of the past. tistics.

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FAIRfrom "It would be nice to see more things like vironmental engineers and scientists are Is Myrtle missing?
this," Bartlett said. "It would also be nice to working to help the environment through
page 3 because we realize society can't
see more undergraduates here. progression
Their research is on landfill treatment. Debi Turner, a UF graduate student in go back," Turner said.
"The biggest thing about the poster ses- environmental engineering, said the poster Chadik said he expects great things from t
sion is that I got to meet a lot of people," session has grown since its first year when future poster sessions as long as students
Townsend said. "It also has forced me to there were only about 25 posters. keep working like they have in the past.
rethink some of my ideas because of some "This is the biggest session we have had "A lot of individual effort and work by Locate her in
of the things people said to me. Not to yet," Turner said. "It gives participants a students went into this, and it is appreciated Lost and Foundin
mention I got a good lunch." chance to show their work, and it gives ," Chadik said. "It's looking like the the
Bartlett said he found the event very en people a chance to see what we're all about. poster session is here to stay. I would like alligator
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"Project Halftime" because he
sympathizes with the bands. He
had the idea last year but missedthe
deadlines for football season.
So he took the extra time to
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collaborate with a few friends, who
have helped him publicize the project -
in places where "Funky
Winkerbean" isn't picked up by the
local newspaper.
Batiak said he singled out ABC
because, as a kid, he saw ABC as
the premiere network. He always
f watched college football on ABC,
and he said he used to see march
ing bands' halftime shows often.
This season, Batiak said, net-
"A works are showing the bands at
halftime a little more than last year.
But he still doesn't think It's
enough.
"They could do better," Batiak
said. "Like split the screens or
show the (scores) along the bot
tom. And you can't even watch a
football game nowadays without '
seeing scenes from another game."
If Batiak has not been contacted ,
by ABC officials, but he said he has
heard through other media mem-
bers that the network has received
"boxes and boxes" of petitions.
0. % Mark Mandell, public relations
director at ABC Sports, said the
department has received the strips
from all across the country. But
r he's not sure ABC will make any
changes in its programming."We .
do cover the bands, and we
think they're important," Mandell
8a said. "It's[ difficult to be all thingsto
all people. In college football
games, we have to do a lot, including
Y late-breaking stories, features
and the game itself."
Although some of UF's band
members said they realize college
football fans probably won't be
forced to miss much of their favor-
ite halftime shows, the membersare
glad to be heard.
Geiger said it would be easy to
satisfy both parties by flashing
scores at the bottom of the screen
while the band play and then talk-
ing about the games later.
"(Fans) would be mad if it took
too long," Geiger said. "But the
most annoying thing in the worldis
to cut off the band and show two
bald guys talking."


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,/1r TENURE nity services of junior-level faculty an investigation begins to deter- ure-if more men are hired,more
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from page 1 than their seniors, a practice that mine possible racial,ethnic or gen- men will\ eventually receive tenure. moving .
can tax schedules and make attain- der discrimination, Lombardi!said. "If the right people are hired,
,: the problem of tenure inequity,will ing tenure more difficult. But,although UFs criteria for ten- then they get into the tenure track
have state schools: Board of Regents Chairman ure already are explicit, he said, and tenure is not a problem,"Rob- MOPO
Begin a review of tenure- Charles Edwards said if Florida's the guidelines will reinforce the erts said.
granting criteria. universities want to be consideredtop rules. Anderson said the educational
,j Look to traditional black col- schools nationally, salary and "The advantage is that this will" environment for all faculty,regard-
leges when recruiting instuctors. tenure rates must be competitivefor focus everyone on these issues, less of gender or race, must be
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FIdD'A', NOVEMBER 2.1990.AUJGATOR. 11.


I Chestnut, Eaton face off in race for district seat 'I I


By DONYA CURRIE one of the school's chief lobbyists. "Besides her Republican opponent. "I'm looking to help the university, the
Alligator Staff Writer being a man of great stature he was one of Eaton 47,has never held public office but community college and the (kindergartenran
the most respected members of the House. for the District 23 seat in 1986 and 1988. through 12th grade) education system,"
Following in the footsteps of one of "His love of the university and understanding He said the third time will be the charm. Chestnut said stressing that she won't plug ,I
Florida's most:; influential legislators is a job of our needs was more importantthan "I think the thing that's going for me is only UF because the rest of the State Uni-
both Cynthia! Chestnut and Sinclair Eaton people realize," Alsobrook said. "He that people look on me as a hard worker versity System also needs help. "I think that
say they're ready to take. was also the kind of glue that not afraid to lose and not afraid all of the universities__ need___ to._ be__
Chestnut and Eaton are running I M held the delegation together." to take challenges"said Eaton, funded adequately. That's not
for Florida's District 23 'I > Alachua County's three- a part-time real estate agent happening right now."
House of Representatives seat.I member legislative delegationhas and co-owner of a property But Eaton said ho hopes to
held for the past 16 years by an uphill battle against management business. continue Martin's tradition of
Hawthorne-based DemocratSid areas such as Dade County Eaton says if he's elected, fighting for special status for
Martin. Martin 71, who is with 28 legislators.The District his priorities will be education
retiring after a long bout with 4b 23 House seat covers the east funding and water conserva UF."Of course the University of(
heart problems was part of the ern half of Alachua County, including tion. He said he would like to Florida is very important to our
network that plumped UF's the UF campus and a work out an interstate agree community and I'd' like to see
budget. portion of Putnam County. And ment with Georgia to preventthe it grow. I'd like to see it becomea
Martin and former House both candidates say they're state from pumping water major university in the South." ..
Speaker Jon Mills helped se- ready to do battle against larger out of_ drought-ridden Florida. Both Chestnut and Martin
cure funding for such projects delegations.as "All the other issues really agree that Florida Lottery reve-
UF's Harn "I feel that I aren't important nues, which are
Museum imflunk that all Of the universican work to ,"said Eaton "Q f course the University of supposed to enwearing
,
provements to make some a blue hance the state
the stadium and ties need to funded Qdestrides for the dress shirt and a Florida is very important to education sys-
paving for com- uatel That's not happening, district," said> yellow tie."If you tem should not l
muter parking .y Chestnut, 40, a don't have water our community, and I d like t to replace other
lots.A 1990 state right now Gainesville City youmghtaswell} see it traditional fund y
law originally a Commissionerbill hang it up." grow. ing means.
sponsored by -Cynthia Chestnut who is leaving Chestnut sit -Sinclair Eaton Since the lot
Martin, ensures her second term ting behind a tery began al
that laboratory schools such as UFs P.K. two years early to run for the state House. table in her mostthreeyearsdowntown
Yonge get as much funding as public "We need someone who can articulate the campaign headquarters, said she ago,education's slice of the general revenue
schools. needs of this district. is not familiar enough with the state legislature pie has been shrinking.
"Sid Martin's shoes literally and politically Chestnut who in 1989 was the city's first to pinpoint specific bills she wants to What Chestnut and Eaton don't agree on
will be tough to fill" said UF Governmental black female mayor said her work on the sponsor or committee assignments she 'I
Affairs Vice President Al Alsobrook commission makes her better qualified than hopes to see District 23. page 12 "



I Flagg Casey disagree on earn."I solutions ;I


Flagg said erasing that loophole would have Casey think it's wrong that his campaign office
By DONYA CURRIE meant $160 million for this year's education action committees but has spent more than and his legislative office are in the same
Alligator Staff Writer budget. $35,000 of his own money on his $63,000 place" Casey said. "I think that we need to
The candidates for Florida's District 24 Flagg's Republican opponent Gainesville campaign."It do some work with that.
House of Representatives seat are polar op- physician Bob Casey says the state has sounds to me like he's trying to buy Casey wearing a blue and orange Gatorstie
posites when it comes to solving the state's enough money but agencies just don't know the seat" Flagg said. says he has a lot of affection for his alma
ongoing budget crunch. how to spend it. Casey defends his self-financing, sayingit's mater. After attending Baylor University
Incumbent David Flagg D-Gainesville "I think we need to look at the way we better than accepting PAC money which Louisville's Southern Baptist Theological
says the state needs more money preferablyfrom spend our income"said Casey 59, a former makes up the bulk of Flagg's $49,000 campaign Seminary and the University of Louisville
a services tax and smaller Southern Baptist minister and coffer."I he served a stint in the Korean
sales tax loopholes."We Marine fighter pilot. "Peopleare think that PAC funds exert War as a fighter pilot and then
get what we pay for and taxed to their limit. We've an undue influence on legislation moved to Florida.He .
when the people of the state of been pickpocketing the pockets ," Casey said. "It's always graduated from UF's
Florida realize that the state-fi of taxpayers for too long." tough to go against an incumbent medical school in 1965. Like

nanced services they expectare .".. .... {, Casey suggests dividing education I knew I was going to haveto Flagg, he says he will work to '
not getting funded then ':>.. ', ,;'..'..'. dollars so that a larger put some of my money into keep UF as the state's largest
\ .. ...,,, classrooms. the campaign." public university."I'm .
they'll think again about the tax .... percentage goes to
issue" said Flagg 53, a former Currently about 51 percent of Flagg describes the cam- sympathetic to the Col-
Gainesville City Commissionerwho ," the education budget goes for paign as one full of mudslinging lege of Medicine and to the
was elected to the state classroom supplies and teacher with Casey accusing him I 1 University of Florida" Casey
House in 1988. salaries while the remaining of shoddy politicking without said.
i 11":IO&K...... sal'.. a.. t A pcivcm t .act-.... 10 tvtvpnf ptitcm 1 Is.v _allocated n______ .for-. ouvices -substantial- -- evidence..- Flaee.. who often sports
tax on ministration. ;"It's kind of hard to run black cowboy boots and keeps ..

things such as "r need back Casey calls such against some- Gators parapher-
accounting and think we to get' a budget "top body who's irra"I believe honestly that I ren2ia around his'
advertising more to the citizens governheavy.." tional" Flagg f/ 0 ,said the fu-
would have Florida is not said of Casey's fleet the Wishes o/the majority ture will be tough
meant an actual mem. getting the full negative directhotter than for UF no matter
surplus for Flor- value of their ed- mail advertls- my Opponent. who's elected.
ida in 1990. In- -Bob Casey ucation dollar, (. ing. "He doesn't -David Flagg Flagg earned a
stead Gov. Bob Casey said.Martinez know me, yet bachelor's de-
was.forced to call for emergencycuts Money has been a sore spot in Casey and he's going irree in commu-
in September when the state budget Flagg's contest for the district that covers around criticizing me personally." nications from UF in 1959.
came,up $850 million short. the western half of Alachua County. While Casey says the campaign has not been "It used to be that the University of Floridawas
Another budget aid could be a tax'on Flagg has set a self-imposed $250 cap on negative; he merely wants to point out what the first in line many alumni were I
lottery tickets Flagg said. The $1 tickets campaign contributions Casey has accused he calls"immoralities"coming out of Flagg's
see District 24 page 12
now are exempt from the state sales tax,but Flagg of promising to set a $150 limit. office.

clout. If he wins he will be ninth the possibility of being the only ical newcomers. Kirkpatrick graduated from Davidson
RACEfrom out of 40 in the Senate in seniority. university in the state with an entire Both men have taken different College in North Carolina .-..
page 1 "Seniority plays a big role in the freshman delegation." routes to this election battle. with a bachelor's degree in psy
state legislature"Kirkpatrick said. All three area legislative seats- Campen who never went to college chology. He has held the District
ballot box.Kirkpatrick. ,The major committees always go now filled by Kirkpatrick Flagg said he is a self-made million 6 seat since 1980.The Miami Herald
said a loss would to the most experienced membersof and Martin-:are up for re-election aire. Campen has never been rated Kirkpatrick the fifth most
mean North Central Florida would elected to an office. effective senator in a 1990 survey.
polit-
lose its representative with the legislature. For UF, it faces acid are being challenged by
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DISTRICT 23 He said Chestnut unfairly interpreted his DISTRICT 24 has given him invaluable experience."I .
from 11 comments to mean that some people don'thave from 11 believe, honestly, that I reflect the
page page
the right to vote. wishes of the majority better than my oppo-

is the style of their respective campaigns. members of the Legislature, and the presi- nent.
Eaton recently mailed advertisements to "I never said that. That's a character dent and his administrators could show up But Casey says it's time for a change from
area homes calling Chestnut a "mud assassination,"Eaton said,accusing Chest and say, 'Here we are and this is what we what he calls the state Democrats' "bureau-
"
slinger." Chestnut says she slung no mud, nut of going back on her word to keep want,'and they'd get it.Those days are over." cratic welfare state.
only facts. insults out of the campaign. The United Faculty of Florida, the state- "What I'm really offering the citizens of
At an October League of Women Voters wide faculty union, has endorsed Flagg, say- Alachua County is the opportunity to choosea
forum, Eaton said not everyone should be "There's no mudslinging," Chestnutsaid. ing he is the strongest voice for education. different philosophy," Casey said. "I thinkwe
recruited to vote because even registered The problem is that Mr. Eaton said Flagg, who has lobbied for the timber need to "get back more to the citizens'
voters fail to show up at the polls. that everyone shouldn't vote." industry,said his first term in the state House government.


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1 FURNISHEDHousing 1 bedroom apartment furnished or untur 1987 Fleetwood 14x70 2 bdr/2 full bath,
classified ad: nlshed, rent negotiable. WILLIAMS. w/d hook-up appliances Incl, close to
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.1 For Rent Available-1 blk to UF, coed co- sale $2000 down + take over payments
2 For Rent Unfurnished In Person: op, all utll! paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, 2bdr/1 ba 2nd-floor apt In a 3765990. 11-85-3
Cash,check, MC or VISA. parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373'
3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office 117 NW 15th St. 3774269. 12-14-62-1 7132. 11-15-10-2 A1 units-rent to own
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4 Sublease House/Apt. M"F 8am-4pm *' In large 4bdrm hse.Close. to UF from campus. Must rent immediately I this once a week ad. 11213SUBLEASE
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9 Autos;, :;'"..: Medical Bookstore Shands wash/dry, a/c ht. Huge clubhouse w/ev/ Next to pool. PETS ALLOWED. Close to
'" M. F, Sam 4.30 pm 1 BR; quiet, convenient, w.lllit; 601 E. erythinglll Avail Dec. Call 335-9945. 11. UF & shopping, 750 square feet. Archer
10 Wanted,. University: 3776918. 11-2-1-1, 2-5-2 Woods. Call 3722424. 11-9-11-4
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14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: Apt avail. now: 2bd, d/w, porch, $375.80,
Payment by VISA or Mastercard avail Dec,2bd, porch, w/d/ d/w $385: Sublet 1 bedroom furnished or unfurnished
15 Personals to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-$280, apt In Wmdmeadowt. Available
1 $275 fans
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16 Connections M F 8.30 4 pm. Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 336-7997. 11-14-10-4
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 12-4. BR LR Kit bath AC/heat
17 Notices.' Duplex apt.,1 ,
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18 Rides $225.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR. A. April 30, 1991. 5 min. to Tlgert
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19 Pets : available In most units for
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20' Lost & Found Cancellations: & Imr 372-6422. 12-14-
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THREE days to appear. Ads Check Our New Specials' private entrance 373-5663 $175-$250 per roommatemonth.MZ .
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funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee 378-5766 Manor apt. Call 813-725-5770. 11-
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ONLY J273MO.LYONS Tired of your roommate? For sale 66 foot Very secure house call Kathy 3777609eve.
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SPECIALIZING IN $148/mo + 1/2 util. Dep & last month'
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M Banquet Rooms Roommate wanted N/S to share 4 bed-
CHINESE Take out service room 3 bath house with pool & hot tub,
wash/dry 275.00 Includes all 373-3247.
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clean, neat, responsible FINS
dogs In fenced yard. S mln to UF roommate for own room In 3 bdr 2 ba HI-FI dark It holds letter or Legal size paper chair, book shelf and others. 376-5869.
$179/mo + 1/2/ util. 3750825. 11-2-4-5 double-wide on peaceful 25a horse farm. 722 S. Main 0 The Red Bldg. and uses two AA BAtteries. $23 PPD. ".8.5.8

Only 6 ml from UF WE ARE CHEAPER Write to Sylbert Jones International
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( 12-14-76-6 Ix hypergllde extras hardly ridden
room In 4br 2ba furnished apt $100 deposit 10452. 117126CUSTOM man
& only $135/mo. Alarm system Included care tech.) References// security deposit.No mint $300 373-0876 also Concord car ste-
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hard drive
ran, 43 meg graphic
Male roommates. 3 blocks to UF. $120 11.5.2.5 demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes- $900. Other systems available. 332- SAILBOAT 12 ft. catamaran. Ready to
double $175-$200 single. Includes utilities sage. 12-14-37-6 8333. 11-19-15-6' sail, fits upside down on roof of ear, rack
Roommate- M/F for Seagle Building pent
Share kitchen and baths. W/D./ 5. accessories included $450 373-6835.
house, view, extra safe spacious
378-8122.3766652. ,.,5.12.5 great 2400 BD MODEM $98 10 AUBURN/FLORIDA tickets, together! 11-2-2-6
hot tub, one of a klndl) $325 + 1/3 util.
Call 904-654-4141 and ask for Tim. 11-
Call 377-9663 Iv. 11.15.10.5
F n/s/ needed lor new Greenwich Green message. WORD PERFECT $135 2-5-6 55 gallon AQUARIUM wstand.. All accessories
Apt. $220 month call 3351504. t 11-5-3- Incl. Great condition must
F N/S/ rmmt for Spring In beautiful 2b/1b
CALL ELITE
335-1300.
5 apt In Brandywine. Great rmmt. Own SAFARI AUDIO...for all of your car stereo seel $200 obo. 335-9263. 11-7-5-6
bedroom. Clo.elo UF. Option to extend 11-6-44-6 needs. Come see the experts at Safari
Roommate M/F/ Brandywine, Jacuzzi Washer/Dryer/ Kenmore Window unit "
lease. Call Elizabeth 374-6947, 11-8-5- Audio. 4110 SW 34th St *3.338.1128.
sauna, volleyball, weightroom pooltable. 5 11-9-9-6 heat & air conditioner. Call 3783834.
300/month + 1/2util.! Call 373-6213 alter PRODIGY 11-7-5-6

11 pm. 11.7.5.5 Inlewliw. ftnotul Snvice Car Stereos: Precision Power 50x4
Subs Orion Leaving town, must sell: Dining set,
Amp.(2)( ) Fosgate Pro 15 ((2))
Female, NS, student needed for Spring 6 FOR SALE Available at ELITE today Call 3351300. High Current I amps ((2)) 12* Subs ((2)) black recline chair lamp, fans, bicycle,
semester. 2 br. 1 1/2 bath. $160 + 1/2/ Kicker 12" Subs 336-1128. 11-3-5-6 bed frame pictures, posters and .more.
. ''Utll.! Call 332-9616. 11-7-5-5 11-9-10-6 Call now 335-3666. 11536For
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk

Need F roommate to share 2bdr/2ba $145 drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters. MICRO/CENTER/ Computers 376-1146 WATERBED Queen-size, everything In- Sale: 10 GEORGIA COUPONS (will
Country Gardens. Call 335-4597 11-7-, Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 Editor's choice Hewlett Packard eluded-sheets, heater, etc. $80. Call separate). Call 373-9715 Ask for Johnor
5.5 yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. Northgat M/C A Prices lower than Brian 375-1671 leave message. 11-2-36 Hal. Make oller. 11-2-2-6
Good machine for small type shop. System
includes 3 rolls 6 In, RC film & 6 font mailorder. Systems below Include 1 1mb, Plane ticket from Orlando to Boston on
NOV. FREE! F N/S roommate needed 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk graphics monitor. 87 Jawa moped $250 obo, Guild electric
Nov. 7, 1 90 obo. Call Erika at
asap to share spacious 3bdr/3bth apt In disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086' way.Frl-236-0872. 11-5-46 bass all wood Walnut 2 Pickups w/
Rellectioni-brand new-own rm/bth-ln-/ 373-9926 for more info. Northgate 38620$2499./ Leading Edge 376-3314. on humbucker $200 obo, DP weight set

cludes wash/dry Extras-hot-tub 386sx laptop w/40 MB hd & battery- Tickets: Jax to Providence and return. mounts on wall bench Inc. $70 obo, Call
Alpine Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
sauna, tennis, etc. 245/mo/
weightrm 11-8-5-6
373-6932 Iv
Si 995. 1 a 2 warranties. Onsite msg
year war Nov. 21.25. Beat offer 376-5869. ,11-6-
brands are all at our New Location! Car
Call Alex.375.6298 leave 11-'
message ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185..
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- 5-6
8-5-5 NEW CD'S FOR SALEI!
HP Laser Jet lip- $987 3743 W. University
2070. 12-14-76-6 Ave. 12-14-52-6 $7-$8 IN BOXES from MC Hammer to
Room for rent: master bedroom w/ own Black trek racing bike 19 frame, Nishikl Faith No More all kinds of music. Call
bath walk-In closet, carpeted, full Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem racing bike 21 blue/wht./ Both have JEFF @ 3348503. 11-7-4-6

kitchen, living area NW location, 225 Detectors Infinity Sansul, Sony, nants for your dorm or apartment. We Shimano components, kept indoors, excellent
per/month,373.7702. 11.14-8.5 Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. deliver I Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377- cond, $175 each, for more Info Very warm, brand new, unworn leather
We Beat All Prices 3733754. 12-14-76- 5265. blocks E. of campus. 11-14-20-6 3787853. 11-2-3-6' bombndier jacket wpatches.. Stacy at
Gay M/F/ to share townhouse. $100/mo./ 6 3752045. 11-6-3-6
+ 1/2/ util.! Call 373-1318 or leave mes
HP tournament slalom ski w/
sage. 11-7-45 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Connelly
double boots-cover Incl. Worth
Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba Hl-wrap
WALK TO UFII 2 bedroom/1 bath $175 Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 350, selling for 250. Also wet suit & DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
BC 334-9533. 11-6-5-6
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1990, ALLIGATOR.

FOR SALE 8 MOTORCYCLESRed AUTOS SERVICES TYPING SERVICESTerm s


YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING Honda Spree for sale, runs good 1979 Volkswagen Rabbit Papers Typeset Resumes
From the company that till! make $350 call Brad 334-8876. 1155.8 Excellent Running Condition New Brakes *FREE* Business Legal Personal Etc.
ring the old fashioned way- with a Clutch 750.00 obo Call after 5 335- Pregnancy Test t G'ville Handicapped Typing
FOR SALE FOR SALEIII Gainesville Women'sHEALTH
hind-crafted molds mad with rill old 1086 7117. 11-6-4-9 YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179
Tomo Exc. CENTER
Moped. Cond. Good
world artlaanthlp. Jottanal There I II 121450.12
a different; look for Itl The Acropo- Tires, Motor etc. $350 Call Eric 377- Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew 720 NW 23rd Avenue

II*. 11-2-1-8 04903360592. 11-2-2-8 clutch tires, darter. 84k miles a/c, 377.5055 T.L.C. for your papers, theses, etc. Mac
am/fm/ asking only $1600 or best offer call ABORTION (To 24 Wks) 2 & laser graphics, spell check edit
1986 Suzuki 65XR750
FOR SALEI Chevy S10 Pu-82 model ac, tires 11000 mile new 334-5290. 11-7-5-9 BIRTH CONTROL 373.9819, leave message. 1.50 per dbl
race pipe kin kit
jet asking $2900 Gynecology Services
am/lm-cassette. toolbox custom paint 11-5-15-12
job-6 month old. Only $2500. Call 935- leave message. Ron 3360582. 11-8-6-8 82 Honda Accord LX hatchback, power 12-14-75-11 sppg

3761 after' 3 pm. 11-6-3-6 steer ft br.kllc, 5-speed new Typing & Typesetting Theses,
Black Trac Moped for sale good conditionruns tlrss/brakes/battery 80k ml $2,850 obo AAA STORAGE Diss. ft Manuscripts ONLY
great $240 call Russell 338.0211. Call George 332-3167. 11-6-5-9 Close to UF Convenient .
COMPUTER-Mac Plus with keyboard 11-2-2-8 Experienced see Grad Sch list
mouse. & external drive $850. Hard drive 4x4x4 $15/mo K.B. Williams ---332-1402 12-14-
ft tome software $200. Call 335-6768. 1973 International Scout II, 4-wheel 4x8x8 $30mo533SW2ndAv 40-12
11-6-36 drive, new muffler, excellent condition. *. 377.1771

9 AUTOSORANGE 1972 Scout II parts vehicle. Both for 12-14-76-11 Typing & Wordprocessing Legal theses -

2 ticket for AUBURN gam. $30 each. $2100. 372-8401,9-5. 11-8-5-9 term papers, etc. Professional quality
Call Scott at 334-9391. 11-2-1-6 SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS FOR COLLEGE & reliable service Call Nancy
AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW Are available! Million go unclaimed 3722750. 11-2-10-12

Yard Sale Nov. 3 ft 4. 11am to 5pm. RATES, low payment, fast drive- 10 WANTEDLocal yearly 18003343881.
thru service, ** habla Espanol 377-2277 11-19-50-11
Stereo furn., kltch. mlic. all In good QUICKSILVER WP
cond. Call 377-675S for detail 3125 377-CARS. WE CARE. 11-16-10-9
373-3191. Fast accurate, & guaranteedl I
Artist needs GOLD Gem Class
: ,
NW 9th St. 11-2-1-6 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
Convertible Super Beetle 1972 Mutt see, Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine 11-2-5-12

completely restored. $6000 or best offer Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10
YAMAHA Hi-end home system 2-4 ch TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA. FAST
amp (mx55)-$300) tuner (tx900)-$275) surround 371-4131 or see at 1132 S. Main. 11-8- 1233 NW 10th Ave ACCURATE. CALL

(dsplOO-$250) pre amp (cx600)-) 10-9 NEED 4 AUBURN TICKETSWill 372-1664 3764854.

$300 also speakers, 30 gal. fish tank w/ pay top US. Call 904-292-1948 MC/VISA/lnsurance
Nissan 300ZX 1988 11-29-20-12
S-speed am/fm/tape
ace. Call 3361095. 11-6-36 leave message 11-2-8-10 Free Pregnancy Test
air, T-top excellent condition $8500 or
best offer. Call 3328473. 11-19-10-9 MTN BIKE FRAME Member Fast reliable typing done by Journalism
WATERBEDSuper Single, everything In- National Abortion Federation grad. Grammer & spelling checked and

eluded-heater, headboard. $120Call 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door Aluminum nents.18.18Inch.possible. Call quality 3347531.compo 11-, 12-14-53-11 laser printed @ $1.50 per page. Phone
Tim 375-4374. (leave ) 11-6-3-
message lock, seats, windows, a/c, auto, wht 2-5.10 3735569. 11-6-5-12
6 STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification
ext/blue int. am/fm/ tape. Exc condmustsell
Exam AFTCE* Only $26.95 Send
best offer 334-5053. 11-9-26-9 ** ****** **HELP********* order
check/money to: Teachers Support 13 HELP WANTED
NEED FLGAtickets.. Will $$ for 4
pay
Services Box 2585
7 REAL ESTATE 83 Renault am/fm, ac, 85k miles, very tix. Call 904-565-1537. Ave mess. 11.9- Apopka FL 32704 ph
reliable, runs great asking $500. Come 6-10 4078898469. 11-2-20-11 CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for TII.Ind.pend.nt *

and see it. Call after 5pm. 374-8206. 11- Florida Alligator Must own
Horn for salt? Land for sale? Buyers'Market
** LET'S PARTY *
5.5.9 reliable truck and be available
NEED 25 FLA GA COUPONS call Dan van or pick-up
? Don't let an opportunity to sell
Gator 371-4919 Professional DJ
Boogie from 5 until 9 a.m. Monday
a.m
calls
374-8161 prefer w// 6 or more cou-
your property offers pass you the byl Alligator Classifieds SUZUKI SAMURAI, '87 In perfect condition pons will pay $. 11-5-4-10 service all musical formats. 12-14-42- through Friday. Must have excellent drivIng
you cheapest way to new top & battery must selll) For 11 record and valid Florida driver li
keep real estate In the
your public eye.
$3700. Call 3750394. 11.5.5.9
cense. Pay per route plus mileage
Where else can keep In Need 7 Auburn tickets
you your property NAILS BY VONDELL
Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West
the market for as little as four dollar a 1977 TOYOTA CELICA GT, 5 speed, stereo Will pay top $$ 3131 NW 13 SI. 377.1763 University Avenue. Ask for the route

day? To make It even easier, you can cold ./c. new brakes, excellent con Call Steve at 336-1995 Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil driver application. No calls, please. Affirmative
place your ad over the phone; all you dition. $1200. 3739143. 1154.9 Leave message. 11-5-3-10 Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only. Action/Equal/ Opportunity Employer
need is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call 111920.11 ,

373-FIND today to place your ad. VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding condition Need 2 Auburn tickets.Will .

10,000 mil, completely rebuilt. pay top $$. Call 351-5654 day or YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING AVON 375.8967Sell
Take over payments no equity required. Whit Int./ext. Call George at 1-800- 351-5470.venlng.. -2-2-10 From the company that offer FREE Avon Full or Part.lime. We Train.
Condo 2bd/2ba. Let It pay for college. 2263025. 11-16-10-9 emblematic stone encrusting. Benefit Insurance. 12147613Jobs

Oaks Mall area loft-style study area NEED SEVERAL FLA/GA TICKETSITOP I Jostens! There I I. a difference; look ..

wash/dry, porch. 407-862-9522.. 11- Buick Skyhawk-1984, blue Interiorexterior $$ Call Dave at 378-9624. 11-9-6- (for Itl University Book 4 Supply. "11- in USA and overseas. All occupation -

2-4-7 4 dr., am/fm cass, reliable and well 10 2.1.11 *. Don't limit yourself to those few

cared for, just tuned up. $2800. 332- companies that recruit on campus. Jump

6492. 11.6.59Mitsubishi start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters

I 11 SERVICESNW TYPING today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W.
P Mirage. 1990. 16k miles, air Palm Av. Placenpia.Ca. 92670 11-21-
conditioning power steering am/fm 50.13
cas*. 334-5737. 11-6-5-9 Mini storage at 1-75 a NW 39th Ave 12 SERVICES
.
13 00 All Show Bclon spin near Oaks Mall area 5.5 to 10 x 20 from Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate

MARKED FOR DEATH (R) 1982 Chevette-4-speed. 89k miles, $20 10% disc to student 332-8917. Typing reports A business A legal A In new drug study for the treatment -

105: 3:1:PASSES IS :-NO BARGAIN: TUESDAYS 940: 12:1: SNO am/fm east, $650 obo. 334-5179. 11-2- 12-14-76-11 resumes cassettes transcribed applications of jock itch ('fungus of groin), call
letter notary .etc. Available
3-9 3315379. 12.12.63.13
MEMPHIS BELLE (PC-13)) SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 24 hours/7 days3722777. 12-14-76-
100 US: SJO: 74S: 1000) 17:201 EASTERN FEDERAL THEATRES Get confidential tatting and treatment at
12
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WELCOME HOME PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. Families NY and Vicinity Au Pair
ROXY CARMICHAEL (PG-IS) ROYAL PARK ,
1:10: ):1S 520 735 9 13 12:13NO : 12-14-76-11 MICRO CENTERTyping/ 3760339. Full Only Ine. 1-800-468-8699. 12-14-54-13
PASSES N0 5AR0AN tu000AYa CINEMA 4 ft self service computing. Open until

loo' fF! HEIGHTS R12IS) ** GATOR MOVING ** 10pm school nights. Typing start & Paying $75 to qualified volunteer to participate
: : S2S: 7.40: : : 3702 NEWBERRY RO. 373. 277 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Self service In new drug study for the treatment
NO"'Ilfl.1IO BwatM TUtSOWl resume A $2.50/hr ,,15/pag. Laser of athlete's foot. Call 331-5379.
SHOWS BEFORE ( P.M. *3.50 Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis.
R) spell check these 12-14-35-13
GRAVEYARD SHIFT ( Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76- typeset graphics
1:20: 320: 5:20: 7:25: 935: 12.20HO : papers A special character A employment
11
MSKS NO PAGAN TUESDAYS
FROM THE WRITER-GHOST'... databases A mailmerge training. Attn. U of F student for Info In sitting forth
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (R) JACOB'S LADDER (R) SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons WordPerfect special Visa/MC. 12-14- Dec.-90 FL dental board exam at U of
1:20: 3:20: 5:20: 7:35: 940 1220 500-720-940: : : boarding woodser facilities 52-12 F Dental School, call 336-6753 Iv. mes

COODFELLAS (R) hay rides A parties sales" working sage. 11-19-15-13, ,
1:05: 4:00: 7:00: 9:45: student accepted. 466-3224 375-8080. Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable
MOVIES LISTED BELOW 12-14-76-11 service. Reasonable rates. Art art ed, graphics, ete-part-tlme art let
GHOST (PC-13)) f 1.00 MATINEE/11 EVENING
Laser .
printer. 377-8175 til 9:00pm.: 12- close UF 10-15 hrs
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CINEMA week. $4 per hr to tart. Reply-Box 286, -
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110""IIfI110 SWAN TUESDAYS 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist. writing A development ser Sale help needed self-motivated, bicycle

PRESUMED INNOCENT (R) TAKING CARE CINEMA O* BUSINESS* 2 (R) Llc/lns. Priced for Students! Marty 375- vices. Resume House 371-8148. 12-14- knowledgeable, capable of promotion

1:10: 4:15: 7:00: 9:40: 12:15: 509-7.15-930: : MOVE. 12-14-76-11 76-12 to management sports enthusiast help
ful. Laurie 3766729. 11-2-5-13
MIDNITE SHOWS CINEMA.4 COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships Typlng/Wordprocsing. WordPerfect

Friday ft Saturday PRETTY WOMAN (R) College Scholarship Locators pob 5.1, quality work fast results, low rates, Sexy Women with good bodies for a female

500-725-945: : 1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881. 800-879- dependable, personal service. Tara 332- revue. NO Nudity. Great Pay.
7485. 12-14-75-11 1469. 12-14-76-12 Kellle 376-3417. Robin: contact meI I
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child care and light housekeeping money while you studylll ? Don't guess. Get immediate SNOWSHOE JOE'S WANTS YOUI!
lor 3 boys ages 6,3, & 3 mos. Must Do you have asthma Do you use your test results from a reliable source We've lowered our rates, come play pool
be available Irom 2:30pm: 7:30pm: weekdays inhaler daily? Would you like to earn up PLANNED PARENTHOOD 37/-0881. l69./prsonl) 3 nights lodging, 3 day lift at 1986 prlcesl' Check out these specials
and tome weekends Irom 10 am & to $500? II SO, call 392-9086. 11-2-8-14 12-14-76-15 ticket, skis, 1 hour lesson, Apres ski : Sunday $1 Bud longnecks, 8-Ball
7 pm $5/hr to start. Call 375.6858 between partyl Breakaway Tours 377.8369. tournament, Monday 2-for-1 pitchers,
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Barber sprinting his way UF swim teams ',give Foster' Ivey


successful debuts against, LSU
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of 'no :; J, *,, :
out speed' labelBy ., Skip Foster and Mitch Ivey had suo meet will be on'the/' road.

cessful UF head coaching debuts ThuraBoth. squads travel to Chapel Hill Nov.day .
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Alligator Staff Writer The,UF;'men's:and, women's swim UPs home opener now will be the
t teams,"Jed by Foster and.and.veyrespecMcDonald's Wlnter-ctassIClfrom:, Dec.
Two men,one rounding and middle-aged, ,, tively opened their seasons with a sweep'7y9.., ,
the other older but more athletically-built, of Louisiana State at Baton Rouge.: 'In other swimming"news,another In-
smiled knowingly as UF wide receiver Terence I:.The.Gators I beat. the(0-1 Tigers 13S108; 'tr squad Orange'and Blue meet will be,4
Barber loped after-a pass in a preseason Awhile:;' (IPs women won bya 140-98 nrary*,'held on Saturday, Nov;10 In this meet ,.
practice. bt igin over the,JLSU;women's team.>:ty#; , "Barber's got him some" said.hands, but even I Saturday's:Scheduled,home;,opener,; /ri '.'1"he meet win be held at the O'Conne1t.i
could outrun one l!I agaifi tTnan River Community;College.:"; Center pool and 'is open to the public -\0"\
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"So agreed. y has been canceled/so the Gators'1 next fW,' "*'RY; >r. :"ftA' ;::a';''':JEFF BARUsJ it
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has been with the ..
plagued 'good McCLENDONfrom where I knew I could be," McClendon said.
hands, no speed' label since 1988. EvenBarber's 20 "I was like, 'Maybe this is not what I wantto
teammates chide the page
senior do.' But I've been playing football all my
wideout for his lack of overdrive. In the first quarter, something that over life, and I'm not going to quit now, becauseI
"When people say I'm slow, that's 'causethey're shadowed his 105-yard rushing perfor I love to play.
comparing me to (former UF re- mance. "So I just motivated myself. My parents
ceiver) Stacey Simmons and Ernie Mills," McClendon, though, said he has eliminated helped me. My coaches from high school
Barber said. "Those guys are".sprinters..But his problems holding on to the foot and my friends told me to just do what I
that doesn't mean I'm slow. ball. could do and don't
Barber, at 5-foot-9, 184 pounds, not big "The last one I had, 7 down but I worry about what
enough to run over many defensive backs, the guy caught me off- was was happened in the
can use his 4.52 40-yard speed to run past guard and hit me righton working back to where I past."
quite a few, despite what many "experts"think. "
the ball, McC- UF coach Steve
lendon said."But in the knew I could be. I was Spurrier didn't let
"I heard a guy on ESPN called me molasses first part of the season, like this is not McClendon's fum-
Maybe
," Barber said at the beginning of the a I was carrying it too bling problem keep
season. "No way." loose and too far from what I want to do. But him completely off
Barber's play in 1990 has been a boost to my body. Now I've gotit the playing field. Mc
the UF passing attack. His 23 catches are ALLIGATOR PHOTO under control. It wasa I've been playing foot- Clendon started one

second on the team and seventh in the UF wide receiver Terence Barber is sec- freak accident last ball all my life, and I'm game with Rhett,who
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Southeastern Conference. week. was switched to full-
ond on the team with 23 receptions.for
"Terence seldom drops a pass, even in McClendon said he not going to quit now, back, and played extensively
practice,"UF coach Steve Spurrier said."He Emmitt, Barber said. This year, the has been running in a back up
may not be as fast as Ernie and Tre (Everett attention's on us when we have the ball. I'm through tires while car- because I love to play. role. r.
), but he's probably the third-fastest guy finally getting to show my athletic ability." rying the football to -Willie McClendon He won the start-
we've got. He's having fun out there." Barber's athletic ability attracted the at- concentrate on hang ing position back
It hasn't always been this much fun, tention of then-UF basketball coach Norm ing on to the ball.McClendon's UF Running back after a strong perfor-
though.For two years,Barber stood around Sloan in 1989. Sloan, seeking a steady point junior mance Oct. 13 in the
while Emmitt Smith carried the offense. guard for his turnover-ridden team, turnedto season has not turned Gators' 45-3 loss to
Ancient history Barber said. First-year Barber. The all-state point guard for out the way he planned. Tennessee.
coach Spurrier's fling-it-everywhere offense Auburndale's state powerhouse 1986 squad McClendon, who was replacing UF's all- "Willie ran well against Tennessee and
has sent him scurrying for ball after ball this turned Sloan down. time leading rusher Emmitt Smith, was ex- Akron, and he did a lot of it on his own,"
year, just like high school. Barber, a two- "Coach Sloan approached me, but I just pecting to play a major role in the Gators' Spurrier said. "He would get straightenedup
time all-state selection, caught 147 passes wanted to continue working on my football offense as a rusher and receiver coming out at the line and bull for three or fouryards.We I
over his last two years at Auburndale High. and catch up my studies," Barber said. "I of the backfield. hope to get him the ball 20 to 25 timesa
"Last year,the receivers were just decoys still like to go out and play, though." "I 1 was down, but I was working back to game from here on out"


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Column I UF seeks revenge against TigersBy


Rather than living in the past, the is when he's been the best.
SHARON GINN
4. Gators, ranked No. 15 by the Associated And Spurrier's pass-oriented offense
A Alligator Staff WriterIt Press, used last week's open dateto with Matthews at the helm, features

vaIn was a memorable image: UF tailback recuperate and prepare for this a lot of players that were
Emmitt Smith kneeling in the end season's second matchup with a Top- neglected last season because the Ga

zone last season, trying to hide his 10 team. tors usually were on the run.
tears by covering his face with a towel. "The only thing we've said is that it "It's a totally different scenario,"said
The Gators had just been stunnedby shows the whole team that one play UF inside linebacker Jerry Odom.

the true spirit of Old Yeller and some of the other a pass from former Auburn! quarter- can lose the game," said outside line- "Last year we had an offense of about
cheesy Disney movies that were filmed in the early back Reggie- Slack to Shayne Wad sen. backer Fee Bartley. "We have to go out 10 people. We didn't have much of a

1970s, we here at Alligator-brand Picks Column" Wad sen beat UF corner- there and play every passing game."

offer you... back Kerry Watkins for a play." Statistically, the teams are about

6, THE STORY OF THE WAR EAGLE. touchdown with 26 sec- x Most players agree even in nearly every category. In the
(Insert sounds of large drums here.) onds left in the game to that's the key to beating SEC, UF ranks first and Auburn second
I That's right, just when you thought corny stories give the Tigers a 10-7() win. Auburn, a team that has in total defense, historically a

were no longer in vogue, the Auburn football media But Emmitt Isn'taround pulled out last-minute vic- strong area for both teams.

guide devotes an entire page to some far-fetched story anymore. And tories against Louisiana The Gators also are just ahead of the
about how the nickname "War neither is Watkins.That'sthe Tech, Florida State and
they got Eagle. Tigers in total offense. UF is first in
The story explains how a Civil War veteran returnedto point that UF coach Mississippi State and rallied the SEC with 433.1 yards a game and
school with a faithful eagle at his side. Apparentlythe Steve Spurrier wants to to tie with Tennessee.But Auburn is second with 418.7.
eagle and the veteran grew up together on the get across. the Gators may not
Even in the strangest of categories,
battlefield. The Gators shouldn'tbe be able to use last year's
such as net punting, the teams are
thinking about last Dye experiences in creating a
Wait, this gets cheesier.
33.04
UF
nearly even. averages yardsa
The eagle and his master, now a faculty member at season when they meet strategy for Saturday'sgame. and Auburn 30.57.
Auburn, are present at the 1892 Georgia game and the No. 4 Tigers ((6-0-1)) at Florida Fieldat Neither Auburn or UF look punt
when Auburn scores its first touchdown, the eagle 7:30: Saturday night in a matchup much they did last season particu- But offensive guard Chris Bromleysaid
in the air.According scheduled to be televised by ESPN. larly on offense. the Gators, despite their national
soars
They should be thinking about this ranking and 6-1 record, aren't getting
to the story, everyone screams "WAR The Tigers are passing more often
much .
EAGLE"as they see the eagle hover over the stadium. season. than last year. Auburn's new quarter- respect.He
And as Auburn wins the game 10-0, the eagle collapsesand "Last year and this year don't havea back, redshirt freshman Stan White, is said that's because in the last
dies. lot to do with this game," Spurriersaid. second in the Southeastern Confer- three years, the Gators are (0-9) against

THE END.KICKOFF. 'We're a different type team I ence behind UF quarterback Shane Auburn, Georgia and FSU. And the
Matthews in total offense. 45-3 loss Tennessee three weeks agodidn't
don't see why it does any good to keep

Saturday, 7:30: p.m. (EDT) reminding them of their previous fail Auburn coach Pat Dye said White is help."I .
SITE Florida Field (capacity 73,000)) ures." of the the team has don't think anyone has any faith
one reasons per- "
in us, Bromley said. "I 1 think
TELEVlSION/RADlO-ESPN/WRUF(
formed well in the fourth
so quarter
850 AM). Though many of UPs players label this everyone's counting us out. We want

COACHES UF: Steve Spurrier ((6-1 season, 26- the loss as "heartbreaking," they have season. the respect right now, but obviously
14-1 career); AUBURN: Pat Dye ((6-0-1 season, 86253at tried to put it out of their minds in "He's very smart,has a lot of ability," we're going to have to beat some peo-
Auburn) practice the last two weeks. Dye said. "When it's down to one play ple."


The Picks McClendon: fumbles under controlBy

For those of you still sobbing, don't. I
They faked the whole thing.

We, being the pesimists that we are, contacted an ALEX MARVEZ
expert on eagles at UPs Department of Wildlife and Alligator Writer
Range Sciences who says it's highly unlikely that an
eagle would follow someone around for 30 years, much Had ABC-TV televised either of
less have the audacity to drop dead at game's end. UF's first two football games, com

"It doesn't sound too reasonable to me," said Petra mentator Keith Jackson would have 6tti
Wood, a graduate assistant who currently is studying had a ball with Gators running back

eagles. "I don't know anyone who has had a pet eagle." Willie McClendon. r i iIL
With that out of our system, on to the picks. 'McClendon's got the ball. He's running -
for daylight. He's at the 30, the 20,
After two weeks of mediocrity, sports writer Sharon"I
just close my eyes and pick em" Ginn soared way the 10...
out in front of the pack with a 9-1 record last week. "Wait, McClendon's about to get

Ginn is 50-30 on the season.In tackled.
"FUMBLE!!! WHOA NELLY the
second at 47-33 is token newsroom picker Dan "I 1 ,
,... stand by my decision to pick news over sports last Gators have turned over the football."
week" Evans, who is still smarting from the McClendon has had difficulty keepIng -
newsroom's fifth consecutive loss to the sports depart- a grip on two things this season
the tailback and
ment. : starting position
the football.
In third, after a devastating 4-6 week, is sports
McClendon, who beat out Errict
editor/freshwater game commissioner Ron "If Sharon
Rhett for the Gators'
picked Custer, lie would have won" Kaspriske. starting positionin
Kaspriske is 43-37.; the preseason, had 139 yards in
Assistant sports editor Gregg "What's all this talk total offense and two touchdowns in

about the Eagles, are they still together?" Doyel is in the first two games. But McClendon
fourth at 42-38. fumbled four times in those contests,

Back in last place, after a one-week hiatus, is wres- giving Rhett the chance to start.
tling writer/columnist Alex "I 1 couldn't even pick the Rhett lasted four games until

number of wings on an eagle,much less college football coughing up the football against Mississippi -
State and Tennessee.Now .
games" Marvez. Marvez is 4139.
McClendon is back as the

starter, but his fumbling problemsstill
have not disappeared.In UFs 59-0

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