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Abortion I Education concern. for next governorBy i I

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MIKE BRUSCELL for education. D-Hawthorne. "I've talked to Martinez abouta
issue Alligator Staff Writer Chiles, a Democrat who has taught polit- lot of things, and I've never found him to
may ical science at UF, has the endorsement of be smart on any subject."
Observers of Florida's gubernatorial race the state's faculty union and four UF presi- Martin said the state's next governor can'tallow
agree the state's nine public universitiesneed continued tuition increases and must
decide raceBy more money, and either UF sources who support consider further tax options.
Bob Martinez or Lawton Chiles Chiles often mention his role as Board of Regents member Carolyn Rob-
must find it.Whether. an active and vocal alumnus and erts said although education needs more
ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI Gov. Martinez or for- t rarely mention specific educa- money, more taxes or a different governorwouldn't
O
Alligator Writer mer U.S. Sen. Chiles wins tion issues. be the answer.
Tuesday's election, campaign Z'': Martinez the other hand
Gov. Bob Martinez and former U.S.Sen. on Roberts, who Martinez appointed two
Lawton Chiles are as close in their standson supporters and others concerned had four years in office dealing years ago to the Board of Regents, said state
most issues as they are in the polls., about the State University Sys- with a strapped state education education can only be as strong as the econ-
tem the elected candidate must wrestle
say system in the middle of a recession. omy
But the candidates'views
many voters may use
on abortion to decide who should be with a politically fatal possibility increas- During that term, he advocated tuition The Board of Regents is a 13-member
Florida's next ing taxes. increases,budget cuts and the use of lottery panel that oversees Florida's nine state uni
Both candidates mention education in money to replace the education budget it versities.
governor.
The latest their pitches to voters. Martinez, a Republican was intended to augment. "Gov. Martinez has protected higher ed-
polls showTuesday's r4 and the ex-mayor of Tampa, is a former He's made enemies. ucation as no other governor historically
teacher who points to the passage of the some
elec-
tion between Florida lottery during his term as a victory "He's dumb," said state Rep.{ Sid Martin, see Education, page 9 1

Martinez and
Chiles Is so tight
that undecided
voters will deter-
mine the next
governor. >%

And both can- Chiles
didates have
e 6
been campaigning hard to sway those un- ?
decided voters to their camps.
Abortion may be the deciding issue for
many, said Lois Anne O'Malley, director of low @m
1l
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,
Gainesville Right to Life. wat +M. Y 4a
"It's a basic issue," she said. : l ]t
The Right to Life office has received at
least 10 phone calls a day during the last
two months from people asking which can- t
didates are anti-abortion, so they would
know how to vote, O'Malley said.
"I think for a tremendous amount of
people in this state,abortion is a key factorin
determining a person's attitude towardsall
people," she said. "If you can't protectan
unborn child, who can you protect?"
And Martinez
will do every-
thing he can for
the antiabortion

movement ,
O'Malley said.
"I think he will I
do whatever he MICHELE KAIZ I
can to protect the Body language '

unborn," she Excited Gators cheer the Gators on after Saturday's 48-7 victory over Auburn. See related/ stories, page 16. I j

said.Last October, r 116- 'I'


restrict Martinez special session abortion called a of rights.the Martinez state: Legislature to UFs health-care facilities to expandBy


Legislators failed to pass any restrictive tient care instead of research, ren Ross, executive associate may provide- a home for satellite
and called end to the session after DEBBIE CENZIPER
laws an was passed at the Board of Re- dean at the College of Medicine.. services for the UF Infirmary.Ross .
Staff Writer
two days. Alligator gents meeting at Florida Atlantic Ross said one, four-story said he's talked to Infir
Chiles hopes his pro-choice stance will BOCA RATON -An $80 mil- University last week. The Boardis building, specializing in cancer mary director Boyd Kellett
make the difference in the election, given lion outpatient clinic, approvedby the 13-member panel that gov- care, will be opened in September. about extending services to
recent public opinion polls suggesting that state education leaders erns the state's nine public uni- Construction for a second, other parts of campus.
70 percent of Floridians are in favor of Thursday, will expand UF's versities. nine-story building is scheduledto
abortion rights. crowded health care facilitiesand Money for the project came begin in March. Enlarging the The project, first approved by
The Democratic candidate talked about house a medley of special- from a dual venture between parking garage also is includedin the Board and state legislatorsin
abortion Friday at a Democratic rally in ized centers. Shands Hospital and UFs Col- the project's budget 1987, has doubled in size and
Broward County. Chiles previously had The two-building, 414,000- lege of Medicine, both puttingup Ross said UF needs to add grown in cost since then. At the
avoided focusing on the abortion issue, square-foot facility will offer de- money from non-state space because Shands' clinicsare time, projections estimated the
giving his views only when asked. partments such as sports sources. UF physicians will pro- overloaded, seeing about clinic would have 159,100 visitsin
The candidate says he opposes abortionsee medicine,cancer care,radiologyand vide patient care, while Shands 200,000 patients annually.The 1995, but the most recent sur-
oncology. i; workers will operate the labs and clinics, located just west vey predicts those visits to total l
Governor, page 9 The project,geared toward pa- radiology equipment, said War- of Shands on Archer Road, also more than 215,000.

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I Marijuana legalization rally topicBy I Week to help



LILLIAN MAYOR "';" ,- ". .I'. y ,1 \' r t i,'" educate UF
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Alligator Writer "', lJ1t.itt':

Hempfest,the Help Eliminate Mar
ijuana Prohibition rally that came to the
Gainesville downtown plaza Saturday, about rapeRape
was a return to the 1960s.

Supporters of all ages crowded the Awareness Week, an annual event de-
plaza to hear music, bargain with ven-
signed to increase campus awareness to the
dors and enjoy the atmosphere. But crime, begins today at 11 a.m, on the Reitz
most came to see Jack Herer, the
Union North Lawn with a Dance Against Rape.
founder of HEMP, speak on how hemp,
TVN The week's programs, sponsored by the
or marijuana can save the planet.
Student Government Women's Affair Cabinet,
Since 1981, Herer has been part of a
Campus Organized Against Rape and the
government study on marijuana, conducted
Panhellenic Council, Include speakers, a can-
by Dr. Donald Tasket of the
dlelighting ceremony and a self-defense demo
University of California at Los Angeles. onstration.Y.K. .
Herer is paid $84 a year to smoke pot,
4r Kim will lead a karate instruction on
and has been the merits
studying of
since 1969. the North Lawn Tuesday at 1 p.m.Wednesday
hemp night at 7:30: Student Body President Michael
In his book The Wears No
Emperor Browne
and Florida National Organization for
Clothes, Herer describes how hemp can Women President Donna Bernell will speak at
be used for medicine,food and all of the a candle lighting at the Plaza of Americas.
world's paper and textiles and how hemp Thursday features a brown bag forum entitled
also can replace fossil fuels and plastics "Women in the Rape Culture" at noon on the I
threatening the environment.He offered North Lawn. \

$10,000 to the city to try to prove him Red ribbons will serve as reminders of the

wrong. crime throughout the week and will be placed
Herer said marijuana prohibition is kv' anywhere a reported rape has occurred at UF,
"bad public policy based on ignoranceand said Laura Cox, a promoter for the event.
know the a
stupidityPoliticians merits I For more information on the week's sched-
of hemp but refuse to it
legalize
ule, call the SG office at 392-1665.
because of pressure from lobbyists, -ALL YSON GARDNER
such as the petroleum and timber indus- t

try, who ,benefit from keeping hemp I
illegal, he said.Marijuana Police eject 50
when taken in large dosesas

a hallucinogen, may cause increased
heart rate, paranoia, red eyes and im- from night gameLocal
paired perception, coordination and
motor function, according to a pamphlet police had a surprisingly slow
published by Health Communications night at Saturday's football game,booting
only 50 of the more than 75,000 who
Inc.Former Gainesville MayorCommissioner attended., Eighteen UF students were

Gary Gordon said there is hope among those ejected.Police also arrestedsix
for legalizaton, but he doesn't think it fans,none of which were UF students,
will happen in the near future. for charges ranging from intoxication to

"Every movement has to start some- opposing a police officer.,
where," Gordon said, referring to the l Saturday's contest totaled the second
Civil Rights and the anti-Vietnam move- highest number of ejections for a game
ments which began with only a few this season but ranks well below other
supporters. "You can make a change if night games that keep officers busy.

enough people have the desire." Ii" 0 -y-'- '- Police ejected 87 people from the Ga
Marc Rossman,a Gainesville resident 111'S T P H I SUMMER ,tors night game against Louisiana State
.". Mark Rossman raffles off a crystal at Hempfest (Help Eliminate Marijuana University earlier this season:
see HEMP page 7 Prohibition) on Saturday. Rossman organized and financed the event. ALUOATOR STAFF. REPORT'i

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ELSEWHEREU.S. JAPAN! JAPAN! JAPAN! !

I AEON seeking enthusiastic professionals to teach
conversational English In one of our 150 branch
schools located throughout Japan.A recruitmentwill
seeks mandate for force against IraqMANAMA be conducted In Tampa In late November.
Positions are salaried with benefits and

Bahrain (UPI Secretary of State foreign minister and crown prince, before heading housing teaching assistance.experience BNBS/ and/or degree/ Japanese required.ESL .
James Baker, seeking a mandate from Arab and back either later Sunday or early Monday to Saudi language preferred, but not mandatory.To
European allies for the possible use of military force Arabia for key talks with King Fahd. apply send resume and one-page essay,
against Saddam Hussein,flew to Saudi Arabia Sundayto "Baker's mission on this tour is not to get a green Why I Want To Live And Work In Japan';
inspect U.S. troops. light from Arab and European allies to launch a
"Before Secretary Baker's official series of meet military strike against Iraq," one U.S. diplomat in the AEON
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The diplomat said Baker chatted with U.S. servicemen kind of ground rules for the use of the military ((213)) 550-0940
about the gulf stand-off and their tour of duty option should this become necessary."
before returning to Bahrain. The diplomat said Baker would also discuss the Deadline to apply Tuesday, November 20th
Baker arrived in Bahrain Sunday morning at the use of economic and political as well as military
start of an eight-day tour of Middle East and European pressure against Iraq.
capitals to seek a mandate from U.S. allies for the "We've got questions for our coalition partners,"
possible use of military force against Iraq. Baker said. "We'd like to know under what conditionsand r 1'011-
U.S. officials said Baker and his entourage arrivedin subject to what constraints they'd be willing to I 1
Bahrain from Washington, but the top U.S. diplomat consider certain types of action." SCHLUMBERGER FIELDENGINEERS 0 I
made no statement upon arrival at Bahrain Inter After visiting Saudi Arabia, Baker is expected to l h \ I I
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including the island state's emir, prime minister, scheduled to hold talks with the leaders of Egypt. I

wear suits: and ties a

I South Africa to try to enter Olympics answer shuffle papers phones all day I

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sit at a desk !

HARARE, Zimbabwe (UPI) South Africa's ra- of the meeting Sunday. DO: I
cially divided sporting federations agreed Sunday to These are to work toward the goal of apartheid take charge }J-
unite in support of non-racial sport, as well as the end being "utterly eradicated," to desegregate all sports work long hours I N
of apartheid,in order to be readmitted to the Olympicsfor and to oversee the merging of organizations repre- assume heavy responsibilitywork
the first time in three decades. senting multiple sports into a single,national Olympic outdoors
Meeting in Zimbabwe for two days with Africa's committee.The make decisions I
Olympic officials, nearly 50 South African sports Association of National Olympic Committeesof face many challenges and risks
administrators pledged to work to end apartheid and Africa will monitor the progress of the committeein perform data acquisitions and measurements of
the divisions it created in the sporting world, to uniting the sporting bodies and in creating a physical properties of subsurface formations I
requalify for membership in the Olympic movement sporting atmosphere free from racial divisions,it said. interpret that information I
"The doors to international sport were not thrown Once South Africa achieves a single united and ENJOY: '1
wide open to the South Africans, but they were not non-racial umbrella organization for its various sporting I
slammed shut either. Most of the South African groups, it will be granted observer status within working with a great deal of autonomy
acting on an idea and risk it to fruition i
delegations found the meeting encouraging," said a the African sports confederation. That would be the taking pride in a pb well done carrying /f
Zimbabwean sporting official who observed the meet first concrete action towards re-admitting South Africa /
ing.The to international sport MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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according to a final communique issued at the close punish foreigners playing in South Africa. APPLIED SCIENCES


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Sheriff Nick Navarro's crackdown on the rap group 2 $550 to rent speakers, a mixer board, a small Date: November 8.9. 1990
Live Crew has cost taxpayers at least $103,750 since casette player and a stand from Spire Audio VisualCo. Place: Please check with Placement Office I
February, and the meter is still running, a newspapersaid ., in Miami. The equipment was used to play the PLEASE NOTE:\*umuat attendMein/ormatanmeetinp ;
Sunday.In Crew's album to a jury during record-store owner at the time and place indicated oran Interview cannot be
February,Navarro's deputies brought lyrics from Charles Freeman's trial. He was convicted Oct 3 of scheduled -- -
the group's album, "As Nasty as They Wanna Be," to peddling obscenity, for selling the banned album.
a circuit judge who declared they were "probably" $241 to make 20 enlarged posters of lyrics from Exceptional Exceptional People.
obscene. Crew songs, for Freeman's trial The judge did not Technology.Worldwide.. .
That set off a domino effect that led to several allow them to be used at the trial
arrests and a half-dozen obscenity cases in the county $1,247 for flights,hotel rooms and transportationso
and federal courts. prosecutors could ask pretrial questions of wit-
Using public records, Fort Lauderdale's SunSentinel nesses in New York and Raleigh, N.C. I
tallied up the cost of the investigations and trials $475 for prosecutors'90-minute( consultation with SchlumbergerI
through Oct 1. The newspaper noted the tally is obscenity expert Ernest Van Den Haag, who never
incomplete because two verdicts are being appealedand testified in court
two trials have yet to take place. $51 for copies of 2 Live Crew albums and tapes.
The newspaper estimated legal costs were $27,217for The expenditures brought criticism of Navarro
the Broward County Sheriffs Office; $19,437 for from some Broward County leaders and from memo
the county state attorney's office; $42,810 for the bers" of the jury that cleared 2 Live Crew of obscenity
federal court; and $14,286 for the Broward County charges two weeks ago.
Court Susan Van Hemert said she and other members of
The tally included: the 2 Live Crew jury thought the effort to prosecutethe
N $4,160 for the jury's rooms and meals for four group and ban its music "was a waste of the
nights during the Crew's September obscenity triaL taxpayers' money" and that Navarro "was out to get"
$2,474 worth of overtime for the 12 undercover the Crew.
deputies who attended 2 Live Crew's June 10 concertat Sen. Howard Forman, D-Pembroke Pines, didn't
Club Futura and arrested three bandmembers. fault Navarro for trying to crack down on 2 live Crew
$200 worth of cocktails, food and admission but thought it went too far. l
tickets for deputies that evening. The sheriff thought he was following the law, and
$330 in payments to recording studios, when once he got involved in the case, he couldn't stop," -
prosecutors tried to enhance the inaudible tapes of Forman said.,



,NOVEMBER 5,IM,ALLIGATOR 5


Florida first to send ACT, SAT scores electronicallyBy

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LEIGH GLENN ier processing of prospective appli- two weeks to get mailed scores. days for delivery and four to five munity college. The student will
Alligator Writer cations director of UF admissionsBill "Basically what prompted the days of office mail shuffling,drag- also avoid the fee for extra score
Kolb said. necessity was that high school ging out the process,he said.The sheets charged by companies that
Incoming freshmen and trans- would eliminate both, the SAT and ACT.
When a potential UF student ap- transcripts were being transferred new system run
ferring underclassmen will reap plies, the admissions office will electronically without the test increasing efficiency.In Kolb said the process begins
technology's rewards as Florida contact Standard Software Devel- scores,"Kolb said. addition, if an application is with 1990 high school seniors.
becomes the first state to electron- opment Services, a Tampabasedstate The new process will save time denied, the student may ask to UF's admissions office already has
ically process SAT and ACT scores. agency to get scores within and money for students.Now,mail- have scores sent to another state received the test scores of 1,500 to
"It will allow us quicker and eas- 24 to 48 hours.Previously,it took ing the scores takes up to three public university or another com- 2,000 potential students.

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OPINIONSOur





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choicesTuesday's


state and local elections are getting close

and while you're thinking about who you're going to vote

for, well tell you who we choose.

The Alligator chooses incumbent Democrat Penny

Wheat for the County Commission. Wheat has demon

strated her concern for the environment in several issues

including her efforts to pass an ordinance that

requires underground gasoline storage tanks to be dou

ble-lined, preventing water contamination. That county

law was later adopted for the state.

Although we like Wheat's stance, we would like to see
her make an effort to work with other people in county

government, rather than go out of her way to be as difficult

as possible. The county can only make changes if its

officials learn to work together, not against each other.In .
4fl
the race for House District 23, we choose Republican
Sinclair Eaton. Picking a Republican over a Demo- fl ''II

crat seems, even to us, a strange choice. But during our
interviews with Democrat Cynthia Chestnut, she had no

plans to offer if she is elected to the state House of Rep- I

resentatives. We chose Chestnut in the primary, but now We should abolish the state lotteryMy

we believe she has found a tougher opponent. -

Chestnut couldn't give us specific bills she'd like to mama plays the lottery.Every Saturday evening ,
sponsor if elected, but Eaton could. His priorities are edu- mama motors down to the local Handy Andy and picksup 4 Robert Raulerson
five of those Florida scenic-inscribed tickets to a CONSIDER
cation funding and water conservation. He also puts an
UF. better world. Every Saturday evening. THISa
emphasis on
You could say mama plays lotto religiously. But she
In the House District 24 race, we choose incumbent wouldn't like to hear that word used in connectionwith ticket. He doesn't turn up his nose at the funds
Democrat David Flagg. We admire Flagg's decision to gambling. generated by the lottery, however. So I guess he has
place a $250 cap on his campaign contributions, althoughwe Mama thinks gambling is a sin. She once told mea the best of both worlds.
wish he also had chosen not to accept money from political story about a little boy who gambled. (Q I think he The people who really support the lottery don't have
action committees. Flagg doesn't need PAC also cursed, looked at naked-women books and drank the best of anything.
money whiskey.) The Devil in that little bedroom
because he can run on his record. He's sponsored gun window night and came his boy's They basically are the poor, tired, huddled, greedy
one ripped out tongue with a
control and indigent health care bills and he's always red-hot pair of channel-lock pliers! and ignorant masses the inscription on the Statute of

had a strong stance on education funding. Through his Mama won 5,000 buckaroos once, playing one of Liberty refers to.
work as a Santa Fe Community College administrator, the scratch-and-peek card games. I guess that hooked Gas pumpers and garbage men and farm workers
and unwed mothers welfare the lines in front of
Flagg knows what it takes to make Florida's higher edu- her for good. She can't understand why I won't play on -
the convenience stores look like the lines in front of
the when the is
lottery $100 million.
even prize
cation the best it be.
can soup kitchens back in the 1930s. It's sad to see these
In the state Senate District 6 race, we choose incum- you'll"You blow ought more'n pick that up tonight$5 worth on of beer tickets and son.wine.Shoot" people holding their share of the American Dream in
bent Democrat George Kirkpatrick. He has the powerof their hands.Their dreams are invariably ripped in half
"At least I get something out of the beer and wine,
seniority in the Legislature, and he has always favored Mama. and scattered to the wind. Of course, there's always

UF in his legislative dealings. That's about all we can say "Yeah -you get drunk out of it. Have you give up next week.
for him. on money? I thought your hippie days was over!" We should abolish the lottery. Not because its a
sin,but because it's a shame and a social crime.We're
Also on Tuesday's ballot will be four state Constitu- My hippie days are over, My lottery-playing days robbing the children of the poor to educate the childrenof
tional admendments. We endorse all of them. They are: are over, too. the affluent.If .
Sure I played when it first came out. All the bluenoses -
An amendment to move the legislative session.up and churches were against it, and I'm for anything the citizens of Florida are too cheap to supporta
earlier in the year; a church is against.And it was for a good cause, school system with their taxes, then they don't
An amendment to require a three-day waiting pe- since all the proceeds went for education. deserve to have one. Let them send their children to

riod for people purchasing handguns; Well, maybe all the proceeds don't go for education. the University of Georgia.,
An amendment that if the state gives local Betty Castor doesn't seem to think so.A big chunk of The lottery must go,Mama, for the sake of our own
says gov- the proceeds go to pay Rebecca Paul's salary. I hear self-respect.And you can still play bingo at the V.F.W.
ernments the responsibility to carry out a service, it Ms. Paul earns more than even Gov. Martinez.

must also give the money to do so; Gov. Martinez, by the way, is a bluenose who is Hall.Robert Raulerson is a senior journalism student at
An amendment that would open meetings between adamantly opposed to the lottery and has never bought UF.

legislators and the governor, the Senate president and ., {S TO THE EDITOR
the House speaker,
Racism is alive issue which has not been fully explained thought of blacks as subhuman,"
E or understood the of
by great or ...white people are afraid
Tuesday the governor's and well at UF intellects of our time or even beforeour blacks because they are different."
race.
'j'.... .' Editor: Race relations are at an time.Why is it that a select few ''We are all the same, yet differ
professors on campus feel that it ent. We are all humans with differ
all-time low at UF This evident
was can be explained in detail in 50 wouldbe
f ent cultures and lifestyles. It
from discussion
which
a occurredin minutes by a group of students who learn
so much easier for us to
SYG 2430 class
alligator my (Marriageand most likely have
never experienced
about each other instead of beingafraid.
Editor Family). A simple discussionof
racism? It is hard to give your opin- .
Judy A. Plunkett the movie Guess Who's Comingto ion on something you have never
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Dinner instantly turned into a experienced. :The next time you judge some-
whitestudentfragainstblackstudentsforum. one on the basis of skin color, you
.
M.D. Cumella
Reslier
Jacqueline I find it very offending to listento might want to take a moment to

Letters Policy I do not think a sophomore-level comments demeaning blacks in ask yourself this'question. Am I
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be sociology,class is the appropriate a class. that consists of approximately ,really not a racist, or am I a hypocrite
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include I typed name address and telephone for discussion 150 whites and six blacks. I who claims not to be a racist?
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause'If you have any.' questions call place a on racism., do
tuition 'Carla Gillette
the editorial' page editor at 3784458. not pay to listen to com-
Racism is a very complex social ments such as:' "..':.some people: *.., ., :'*.* 3UF
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HEMPfrom Tongues of Ecstasy, NDolphin and
3 Copesthetic, a reggae band from
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Miami.
who owns the crystal shop and "The time for reefer madness is
bookstore Crystal Eyes, financedthe over. The time for reefer gladness
o rally, spending about $3,500 to should begin,"shouted Herer in an
v pay for the music, publicity, plaza emotional conclusion to his
rental and to fly Herer from Alaska. speech.No .

Q. Rossman began the rally with protesters spoke out at the
4 exotic music played with Tibetan rally, and police said there was no
bells. Members from the group additional law enforcement at the
F Time Together also performed,fol- plaza because they were not aware
lowed by the Tone Unknown, the rally had occurred.

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Clues to elderly dehydration may be 600 rats awayBy

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live more than two years." "Now,all we need is more time, and more thirsty.The older man's brain failed to send
GREGG DOYEL the thirst signal to the rest of his
Staff Writer Rowland recently asked the National In- rats, to study that phenomena. body,
Alligator Rowland said."Senior .
stitute of Mental Health for a five-year, Because people cannot be subjected to
All Neil Rowland wants is five years and $700,000 grant that would provide about 600 the needed testing, rats are the next best citizens can't rely on their bodiesto
$700,000.And rats and the chemicals necessary to performa thing, said Bobby Collins of UFs Small tell them when they are thirsty," Rowland

about 600 rats. variety of age-related tests on the animals. Animal Clinic. said.The elderly should establish a routine

Rowland,a UP psychologist,has spent the After a year of studying about 30 rats at "Rats are a prime aging model," Collins adequate drinking. If they know they have
last year studying a possible link betweenthe the animal facility of the psychology build- said. "The National Aging Institute has de- lost more fluids than normal, they should
elderly's tendency to dehydrate and a ing, Rowland said he needs more time cided that a particular strain of rat would be certainly take an extra drink, even if they
similar tendency in rats. and more rats to further understand the about as accurate for studying as a human." don't feel like they need one."

'There is a problem somewhere betweenthe relationship between aging and dehydration. Three studies have been conducted on the And Rowland says the Florida heat puts

physiological need for fluids and the elderly's tendency to dehydrate, all within the elderly at a further risk of dehydration,
psychological trigger to drink," Rowland "We've taken rats, let them grow up in the the last 10 years, but none could determine which clouds the experiment's accuracy.
said. "Some thirst mechanisms in the brain lab, and tested them when they were young why the advanced dehydration occurs.
seem to drop off rather quickly with age. By for a response to no water for a 24-hour The experiments, conducted at other uni- "That's one of our concerns, the temper-
using animals, we can control the environ- period," Rowland said. "We tested them at versities across the country,studied young atures of Florida," Rowland said. "We have
ment and make sure this is not a lifestyle an older age, and found that they don't man's and an older man's reactions to going the rats in a controlled environment, which
change. respond as acutely to thirst. Their thirst without water for 24 hours. has nothing to do with sweating in the

"Obviously, it's also much easier to lookat mechanisms in the brain seem to drop off While both subjects were dehydratedafter afternoon, which people tend to do if they

age-related changes in rats, which rarely rather quickly with age." 24 hours, only the younger man was go outside around here."


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GOVERNORfrom Though the lines have been EDUCATIONfrom ida, but won't criticize Martinez's vocal support for the governor.
page 1 drawn clearly on abortion, the page 1 performance as governor.He .
candidates'views on other issues said he endorses Chiles be- Chiles' history with UF, con-
personally, but promised to veto facing Florida aren't so different. has," said Roberts, a Republican, cause of his commitment to UF trasted against Martinez's anti-
any legislation that would restrict While Martinez has praising the governor for hiking
opposed while Criser was president. Chiles abortion and obscenity stances,
abortion rights. raising taxes since 1987, gasolineand tuition despite student resistance. advocated research programs for give the former senator an advan-
"We're going to trust the other taxes were raised this Educators such as Jane UF's Institute for Food and Agri- tage with campus voters, Scales
women of this state to make that year. Brockmann, president of the local cultural Sciences. said.
decision," Chiles said. Chiles admits new taxes are chapter of United Faculty of Flor- "Whenever the University or the
To further its association with necessary to keep government ida, said Martinez's credibility has State University System had a proposal But the advantage doesn't mat-
.
the pro-choice movement, the services in line with Florida's suffered because of poor revenue Sen. Chiles was without ex- ter as much if traditionally apa-
Chiles campaign! growing I estimations-which cost state uni- ception helpful," Criser said. thetic student voters don't use it,
scheduled for i>opulati n. versities millions\ in unanticipatedmoney "We (the letter's writers) really Scales said.
mer U.S. think for a tremenOn the en 'I and too few sources of believe what's He also
Buddy Mac vironmentalissue new money. UFF endorsed Chiles needed In d b t d
111' 0 u e
Chiles' us amount of.peo- both earlier this year.Brockmann higher educa- J ve talked to whether stu-

mate, to attend pie in this state candidatesprochoice said education tion Is a vision Martinez about a lot dents who
agree that to needs more tax money and the of what educa- chose a candl-
Sunday in IS a key fi'ac- protect theenvironment state would secure that money if a tion is In the things, and I've date this spring

Lauderdale.E m I I in determining a the state could stronger sell such leader a plan than to Martinez voters. future saId, pinpoint," Criser never found him to be would suaded be per-to-

Browne, to"I attitude todoesn't need "It needs someone who can re- Ing Improved smart on any subject. change their
dent of to ally come out and explain (the need faculty salaries vote now.
Gainesville wards all people. more laws, for tax money), as opposed to and additional -Sid Martin
National l Org who follows the whims of
Lois someone rev e n u e State representative D"I don't think
Anne O'Malley
zation people who haven't received the sources, per- Hawthorneanybody Is
Women, of Gainesville isting laws.Martinez. information," Brockmann said. haps taxes, as g
that Martinez, Right to Life Most state education leaders, necessary. any bod y s
re-elected, has charac- such as UF President John The latest opinion polls show mind on this campus about the
continue to try terized ....1"....,._ Lombardi, praise both candidates' Chiles holding a slight lead over gubernatorial election," Scales
restrict abortion rights."I self as tough on crime and drugs; commitment to Improvingflorida's Martinez. UF students support said.
view him as a definite threat," He has led the fight for workplace universities without en- Chiles more actively through cam- Although Scales said Martinez
she said. drug testing and established the dorsing either. But four of UF'sformer
pus rallies and roadside signwaving may have hurt feelings because of
"..He promised in Tampa to death penalty for drug kingpins. presidents clear.Marshall have made their than Martinez's supporters, the former presidents' endorse-
bring abortion up in the spring Chiles' "comprehensive strat- opinions who say the rallies, often held dur- ment of Chiles, he added that the
Criser Reitz
Legislature," Browne said. "I egy"on crime and drugs includes ,J. Wayne ing school hours, are poorly at- governor's close ties to U.S. Presi-
think it would be harass- alternative sentencing for minor Stephen C. O'Connell and Robert tended. dent George Bush could only help
mainly J offenders and drug education beginning Marston wrote a letter endorsing state education."It .
ing technique.
Chiles to UF alumni during the Former Regent and UF Student
in prekindergarten.United .
NOW is planning news confer September gubernatorial primary. Body President Ed Scales said he'll cannot hurt the state of Florida
ences across the state today in Press International con- Criser now coordinates Chiles' vote for Martinez on Tuesday but to have some pull in the White
support of Chiles. tributed to this report. campaign efforts in Northeast Flor- wasn't surprised by the lack of House," Scales said.

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1 FURNISHEDHousing Super Clean 2brl1 b. duplex apt cent a/c/ VILLAGE Studious, clean n/s/ F to share very nice
hi, fenced yard bike to UF, pet ok Roommates available. Reserve your SW luxury condo townhouse. 2bdr/1/ 1/2 -4
33Qmo. Call Sarah 375-3378. 11-7-5- room for spring Bus serviceto bath wash/dry, many extras. $240/mo/ + Inwtcl" Rural Service
Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop 2 UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn. 1/2/ util. Available Jan 1 St. Call 332-9323.
all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, $175-$250 per roommate/month. 11-9-5-5 Available ELITE today. Call 335-1300.

parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. 2 BR'duplu In country letting, air, near MZ Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor
117 NW 15th St. 3774269. 12-14-62-1 shopping, pets ok, $275 375-0207 6 FOR SALE 11-9-106

Key Management 11-30-27-5
*, Wanted: m/f/ nil for own room 372-3060 RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem
*, In large 4bdrm hse. Close to UF 11-9-S-2 Female non-smoker to share 2br 2ba aptw TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk nants for your dorm or apartment. We
ONLY$150/monthlir' same $245 4 1/2 util. must like cats) drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters. deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377-
Call 373.6012 nowll'!! 11-5-5-1 WALK TO UFII One month free on studio 335-3764. 11-28-20-5 Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 5265. blocks E. of campus. 11-14-20-6
Perfect for small typesetting jobs.
and one bedroom apartmenti. Walk to yrs.
Oakbrook 2/2/ turn and unfurn. Roommate UF COLLEGE PARK 411 NW 15 St. 371- Female' to share house In quiet, neighbor. Good machine for small type shop. System Light up Clipboard" take and read notesIn
matching avail. Wash/dry. From 7777 Own room wash/dry ac/heat. Pets ok. Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 8 font dark it holds letter or Legal size paper
$162.50. Diversified Properties REAL. 11-9-6-2, Very secure house call Kathy 3777609eve. disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at and uses two AA BAtterles. $23 PPD.
TOR. 373-9375 or 3789090. 11-15-10- $155 p/m./ 11-5-6-5 373-9926 for more Info. Write to Sylbert Jones International

1 Large studio 225.00 1 BR 250.00 Trade IIS W 162 Street Bronx, NY
9 blocks to campus second floor SPYGLASS M/F for own bd/ba In 3 bedroom Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 10452. 11-7-12-6
brands are all at our New Location) Car
private entrances 373-5663 apt. W/D plus all amenities.
$257/mo/ 1/3utll. $100 Stereo Specialists' 3215 NW 13 St. 372- CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286-12 w/1
FOR RENT: partly furnished If needed. 11-7-4-2 + dep. Call Robert meg
3353196. 11-5-5-5 2070. 12-14-76-6 ran, 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 2br. 1ba. apt. wood floors, big fenced $900. Other systems available. 332-
Car Alarms K-40 Radar
yard. Quiet neighborhood. 10 min. bike to Male roommates. 3 blocks to UF. $120 Crlmaetopper 8333. 11-19-15-6'
UF. $3150/mo.lncl. water 371-7747.' "11- double, $175-$200 single. Includes utilities Detectors, Infinity, Sanaul, Sony,
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1280. 7-3-2 I Share kitchen and baths. W/D. Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. SAFARI AUDIO..for all of your car stereo
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Seo. We Beat All Prices 373-3754. 12-14-76-
378-8122.376-6652. 11-15-12-5 needs. Come see the experts at Safari
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. Walk to UF from this 2BR elf. Inc. some Audio. 4110 SW 34th St e3, 3361128..
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190.' 12-14- utilities F n/s needed for new Greenwich Green ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: 11-9-9-6
76-2 $275Key Management Apt. $220 month call 3351504. 11-5-3- Harman Kardon Autotek JBL, Toshiba
5 Crunch Hailer MEI VSE alarm' Lanzar
Oak Glade Apta near UF & VA, quiet 11-9-5-2 372-3060 125 NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 12-14-76-6 Connelly HP tournament slalom ski wdouble /
washer/dryer available in most units for I Hl- rap boots-cover 'Incl. Worth
Roommate M/F/ Brandywine \
Jacuzzi,
350, selling for 250. Also wet suit &
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. IB.2B.1 ft 2 Bath '
sauna volleyball wslghtroom pooltable. DISCOUNT HI-FI
$250-$375, sec A Imr. 3726422. 12.14- 300/month + 1/2 util. Call 373-6213 after scuba BC ..334.g533.. 11-6-5-6
76-2 MOBILE HOMES 722 S. Main The Red Bldg:
: 11 pm. 11-7-5-5 Plane ticket from Orlando to Boston on
WE ARE CHEAPER
2 BR In SW 9 month lease. Cent air, 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Female' NS student needed for Spring 12-14-76-6 Nov. 7, 1 way. 90 obo. Call Erika at,
376-3314.' on Frl- 2380872. 11-5-4-6
hook-ups, near Mall only $285
semester. 2 br. 1 1/2 bath. $160 1/2

Key 372.3060 Management Farmsrentals from $260 Incl. mil. Call 3329616. 11-7-5-5 CAR ALARMS Installed' remote control Tickets: Jax to Providence and return.

11-9-5-2, water, sewer, garbage pick-up lawn any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Nov. 21-25.' Best offer 376-5669. 11-6-
main. Also some great buys, Ouletl! Will Need F roommate to share 2bdr/2ba $145 demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes 5-6
INCREDIBLE take long term travel' trailers. 378-9291 Country Gardens. Call 335-4597. ".7- sage. 12-14-37-6

Efficiency Apt. Open weekends too. '12-14-47-3, 5-5 Furniture: dresser, double bed desk

Starting at $185 2400 BD MODEM $98 chair, book shelf and others. 3765869.
NOV.
1987 Fleetwood 14x70 2 bdr/2 full bath, FREE! F N/S roommate needed 11-6-5-6
Starting at 1235 12 BedroomMEADOWCREST livid hook-up, appliances Incl., close to asap to share spacious 3bdr/3bth apt In WORD PERFECT $135

campus. Rent $350/mo/ + $150 sec. or for Reflections-brand new-own rm/bth-in-
110 NW 39th Ave sale $2000 down + take over payments. eludes wash/dry. Extras-hot-tub CALL ELITE 335-1300. Organ-Yamaha Electone, axe condition
378-3988 3765990. 1185.3 welghtrm, sauna, tennis, etc. 245/mo 11-6-44-6' $1000.' Dormshipping trunk $75. Air
375-3861 Call Alex-375.11211111..v. message. .11- ticket fr Atlanta to G'vllle $40. Bea 372-
12-14-76-2 8-5-5 '1981', leave messages. 11-6-2-6
MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146

Check Our New Specials'All SUBLEASE: Room lor rent: master bedroom w/ own Editor's choice Hewlett Packard *
Northgate M/C Prices lower than
Amenities Available
bath walk-In closet full
carpeted,
mailorder. below Include 1mb OUPUTERJISKOUNTERS
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 4 Systems ,
HOUSE/APT. kitchen living area, NW location 225
Roommates Available per/month, 373-7702. 111485Seeking 40mb ((28ms) Harddlsk, graphics monitor.
We're No.1REGENCY MC 28612$948, MC 386SX$1086,
Sublet 1 bedroom apt. through July II'' Northgate 388/20- $2499. Leading Edge
OAKS Next to pool. PETS ALLOWED. Close to clean nest responsible FINS
386SX laptop w/40 MB hd A
378 5766 UF ft shopping, 750 square feet. Archer roommate for own room In 3 bdr 2 ba battery- Quality ComputersUnbeatable Prices
$1995.1 A 2 warranties. Onsite
3230 SW Archer Road year war
A286-12
Woods. Call 3722424. 11-9-11-4' double-wide on peaceful 25a horse farm. complete system only
COUNTRY GARDENS Only 6 ml from UF ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185.. $10004386 SX-16 complete system

373-4500 Colonial Manor-furnished apt one bed SAC/LAC vet school (to share w/f vet HP Laser Jet lip$987.. 3743 W. University only $1275* Call 373-0762. ".5.5.,
..
2001 SW 16th Street room. Nov-Aug 91., 28500mo. Close to care tech) Referencessecurity' deposit.No A v 12-14-52-6

12.14.78.2 UF. $200 sec. dep. Call 3727111. 11.5- pets. Horses OK. $2SO/$265/ w/ use
5.. of w/d. 1/4 util. Call Cindy 375-1627.'

BEDROOM SPACIOUSONE APT. Sublet 1 bedroom furnished or unfurnished 11-52-5 THERE'S

ONLY $273MO.LYONS apt in Wlndmeadows. Available Roommate- for Seagle Building penthouse
APT 1/91. $100 off ,1st month's rent. Call great view extra safe, spacious,
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 336-7997. 11-14-10-4 hot tub one of a kind I $325 + 1/3 utll.
--12-14-76-2 Call 377-9663 Iv. message 11-15-10-5'
Sublease 1 bdr. furnished apt through
1 bedroom apartment furnished or unfurnished April 30, 1991. 5 min. to Tigert. F N/S/ rmmt for Spring In beautiful 2b/lb STILLI
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- $305/mo. Nov. free. 3787810. late apt in Brandywine. Great rmmt. Own
BURG VILLAGE 3761253. 12-5-30-2 eve., noon or 'leave message. 11-8-5-4 bedroom. Close to UF. Option to extend .
lease. Call Elizabeth. 3746947. 11-8-5-

Attractive 2bdr/lba 2nd-floor apt In a Hawaiian Village-2br/lba take over leaseas
quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373- soon as possible. $385/mo dishwasher Gay M/F to share townhouse. $ 00/mo./
7132. 11-15-10-2' disposal. Call Ken 373-2977 Iv 4 1/2 util. Call 373-1318 or leave mes
m... 11054Only sage. '11-7-4-5
ALOHA GARDEN APTS
lovely 1-2-3 br, all amenities, near 2 ml from UFI Huge 2br/2ba condo WALK TO UFII 2 bedroom/1/ bath 1175COLlEGEPARK.1NW15St.11g.85 1
Shands,* VA. Shopping 3009 SW Archer In Casablanca W. 2-story twnhse style. .
RD. 3770555. 11-16-15-2 Avail mid Dec-Jan. Only 500mo./ 335-
Roommate needed to share 2br/1- l/2ba zimc
0442. 11-9-5-4
"BRANDYWINE .2 bed/2/ bath. Availablenow. apt In French Quarter $200+12utlllties.Call THEATRES There/ 4 Difference

$475 per month. Phone 373-5569 .1 st m/rent/ FREE 12bd apt. Just 11 blks to Rob 375.11987Clo.. to UFo 11-9-5-5 OAKS MALL 10 DAILY' Twt-UT. SHOW
for details. 11-6-5-2 UF and $369/m. Dishwasher. Great $3.22 "- abp"I
Needed female to L.OAKSMALL =ibs
Place, Great Price. Call 378-9942. 11-7- share 'large 6309HtWBlBRYflO
SW Townhouse 2BR 1 1/2BA, dishwasher 3-4 Wlndmeadows'apt. 2bd/2ba./ $250 mo. \ OAKSft IAST'
and OAKS 4 WISTI -
1/2 utilities. Call
336-1859.,11-0-5-3'
central air, hook-ups near Mall. '
331-8818 NISW OAKS MALL I ADJACENT TO MALL I
Only $300 REGENCY OAKS 1br/1ba Available January -, Key Management $34S/mo Call John at 3734694.. .URGENTI! Need roommate for Jan. at
'* Polos. Own bedroom, bath, + house
372-3060 11-9-5-4 WVAUV (PC)(VKMtlMMGiMNT)
11-95-2 alarm. F/n-s $255. Call 3710575. 11-9- 1:10: ((4 4S TLS 9 tl.00)), 7:30: 10.00 FANTASIA (C)

Sublet' 1bdr/1/ ba 'In NW 7th Terr ac/heat/ 5-5 UAVIVAW'1:48: 1a 30 awn TlS 153(a) (CII'Ia.lI20NGAClMENI' ) 1 1:30: ((4:30: TLS 0 $3.00)). 7.15,10.00:' :

Apt avail. now: 2bd, d/w porch, $375-80; great for living alone' close to UF, quiet 2:1407Mr60a0rT0LOSt ( :))2O. AVALON (P6))
avail Dec 2bd porch w/d d/w $385; no deposit $240/mo Call 3785945. 11-7- Free November Rentl! For room In large : N83uola7:48: 10:10: 2:00, ((5:00: TLS o 83.00)). 7:45,10:20: :
1 bd. $275; all wcent/ h/a, fans; 373-0701 house. All wood floors, large backyard Pass
11-19-13-2 large deckApatlo. 5 mina from UF, call '1:15.1: ((4S0: ".O:! 7:11.1:51: : I (WHITE ENQAQEUEhT PALACE ('*)) '

5 ROOMMATES 3714258. 11-5+5 2:20,1520: ( n. b.0o). 10,10:30: 2.15.:' ((5:15: TLS 9 13.00)), 8:00.: 10:30:
Duplex apt., 1 BR. LR, Kit, bath AC/heat/ .DUbNY ItrIC1s) Ion CAHMKHAEL (PG-11))
,*p blocks from UF, 1 blk off Univ. Ave. BRANDYWINE N/S Fern needed to F N/S/ for Spring In 2bd/2.5b apt. nicely 2:00, ((5:10: TLS f 13..00)), 100.10.11' : 1.45: ((4:45: TLS 0 13.00)). 7:30: 10:10:

$225.00 mo plus security. Also 2 BR, A- share room, i60/mon.. + 1/3 utll, furnished except for own room. Must be
Frame $250.00 plua security. Call 338- fully/nicely turn, many xtras-call nowl, 'neat. $200. Call 374-8428 leave mes.
1839. 11-14-10-2 3730024. 11.7.15-5 sage. ".1+5 1M'' ItOWI \/I ""I III. _.

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Convertible Super Beetle 1972 Must see,
25 FLA GA COUPONS Dan
heat 4 air call ** LET'S PARTY *
black recline chair lamp, (fans, bicycle, conditioner. Call 3783834. completely restored $6000 or best offer
374-8161 calls w/ 8
prefer or more coupons
bed frame, pictures, poster and more. 11-7-5-6 Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ
371-4131 Main.
or see at 1132 S. 11-8- will pay $. 11-5-4-10 .
Call now 335-3666. I-5-3-6 10-9 service all mu.lcallormats. 12-14-42-
YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING. The

87 Jawa moped $250 obo, Guild electric ring that' always put through addi- Nissan 300lX 1988 5-speed, sm/fm/tape/ Will Need pay 7 Auburn top $$ tickets NAILS BY VONDELL
bass all wood ?Walnut? 2 Pickups w/ tlonal hardening processes to provide air. T-top, excellent condition $8500 or Call Steve at 336-1 99S 3131 NW 13 SI. 377-1763
humbucker $200 obo, DP weight set a lifetime of wear. Jostens! There !II a best oiler. Call 3328473. 11-19-10-9 Leave 11.5.3.10 Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil
mounts on wall bench Inc. $70 obo Call difference; look for III! University Book message. Manicures p.dicure.lImlt.d Time Only.

373-6932 Iv msq. 11.8-5.8 6 Supply. 11-5-1-6 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door NEED SEVERAL FLA/GA/ TICKETS! 11-19-20-11

locks, seats, windows, a/c, auto wht TOP $$ Call Dave 378-9624.1 11-96-
NEW CD'S FOR SALEI ext/blue Int. am/fm/ tape. Exc condmustsell YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING
$7-$8 IN BOXES from MC Hammer to 7 REAL ESTATEHome best offer 3345053. 11-9-26-9 From the company that otters Rose
Faith No More all kinds of music. Call 11 SERVICESNW ,Gold for distinctive beauty. Jostens'

JEFF 334.8503. 11-7-4-6 for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' 83 Renault am/fm, ac, 85k miles, very There la a difference; look for III! University
Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell reliable, runs great asking $500. Come Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave Book Supply. I 11-5-1-11 I
Very warm brand new, unworn leather your property pass you byl I Alligator Classifieds and see It. Call after 5pm. 374-8208. 11- near Oaks Mall area, 5x5 to lOx 20 from
bombadler jacket wpatches.. Asking offers you the cheapest way to 5.5.9 $20, 10% disc. to students. 3328917. ..Math Tutoring**
$200 or best offer. Stacy at 3752045. keep your real estate In the public eye. 12-14-76-11 I I
Where else can you keep your property In SUZUKI SAMURAI, '87 in perfect condition Problems In AlgebraCalculusCall
FOR SALEI Chevy S10 Pu-82 model. .c, the market for as little as four dollars a new top ft battery, must sell! For SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Dwight 335-5578 Lv. Msg. 11-7-3-11
am/fm-cassette, toolbox, custom paint' day? To make It even easier, you can $3700. Call 3750394. 11-5-5-9 Get confld.nllall..llng and treatment at
|ob-6 months old. Only $2500. Call 935- place your ad over the phone; all you PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. TYPING
3761 after 3 pm. 11-6-3-6 need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call 1977 TOYOTA CELICA GT 5 speed, stereo 12-14-76-11 I
373-FIND today to place your ad cold I/C. new brakes, excellent con.
12 SERVICES
COMPUTER-Mac Plus, with keyboard, d i tion. $995. 373-9143. 11-5-4-9
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mouse, ft external drive $850. Hard drive
ft some software $200. Call 335-6768 VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding con Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1ItemHse 1- Typing reports business legal *
11-6-3-6 8 MOTORCYCLESRed dition. 10,000 mis, completely rebuilt. / Full. Days/Eves./ Long dls. resumes cassettes transcribed applications .
White Int./ext. Call George at 1-800- Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill/ 374-4791. 12-14-76- letters notary A etc Available

YAMAHA Hl-end home system 2-4 ch. Honda Spree for sale, runs good, 2283025. 11-16-10-9, 11 24 hours/7 days/372-2777/ 12-14-76-
amp (mx55)-$300) tuner (tx900)-$275) surround $350 call Brad 334-8876. I 11-5-5-8 12
(dsplOO-$250) pre amp (cx600)-) Buick Skyhawk-1984, blue Interiorexterior SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
$300 also speakers, 30 gal. fish tank wacc. / 1986 Suzuki GSXR750 11000 I miles new 4 dr., am/fm cass, reliable and well boarding woodser facilities MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full
Call 336-1095 ".8.3-8 tires race pipe K&N jet kit asking $2900 cared for, just tuned up. $2800. 332- hay rides parties sales working & self service computing. Open until
leave message. Ron 3360582. 11-8-6-8 6492. 11659Mitsubishi students accepted. 466-3224. 3758080. 10pm school nights. Typing starts @
WATERBEDSuper Single, everything In. 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Self .service
eluded-heater, headboard. $120Call Mirage 1990. 16k miles, air *SUNBELT MOVING* resumes $2.50/hr/ 15page. Laser

Tim 3754374. (leave message) 11-6-3- 9 AUTOSORANGE conditioning, power steering, am/fm Professional Moving/Packing/ ft Supplies. typeset graphics spell check theses
cass. 3345737. 11-8-5-9 special characters *
6 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist. papers employment
databases *
mailmerge training
Lie/Ins. Priced for 375-
AUTO ALARM Easy Installation, portable. AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 1979 Volkswagen Rabbit StudentsMarty WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC./ 12-14-
MOVE. 12147611AAA
2 yr. warranty + 20-day money back guar RATES low payments fast drive- Excellent Running Condition New Brakes
antee. $145. C.1I378.710410r more Info. thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 ft Clutch 750.00 obo Call after 5 335- Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable
11-9-5-6 377-CARS. WE CARE. 11-16-10-9 7117. 11-6-4-9 STORAGE service. Reasonable rates.
Close UF Convenient
to Laser printer. 377-8175 til 9:00pm.: 12-
4x4x4 tS/mo
Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew
clutch, tires, starter. 84k miles a/c, 4x8x8 $30/mo ...RESUMES***
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.1771
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
am/fm asking only $1800 or best offer call Complete writing & development services -
3345290. 11-7-5-9 Resume House 3718148. 12-14-
Edited by Trade Michel Jaffe FREE*

82 Honda Accord LX hatchback, power Pregnancy Test Typlng/Wordprocessmg. WordPerfect
ACROSS 2 Island'near Italy 31 Simply 45 Type style steer ft brakes a/e/ 5-speed new Gainesville Women's 5.I, quality work fast results, low rates,
1 Actor Gazzara 3 "Mad Dogs and 32 Skinny 46 the fat tires/brakes/battery 80k ml $2,850 obo HEALTH CENTER dependable, personal service. Tara 332-
4 Gets out of bed Englishmen' 33 African 47 Tardy Call George 332-3167. 11-8-5-9 720 NW 23rd Avenue 1469. 12-14-76-12

B Place for a composer republic 48 Carney andhorseshoe 377-5055
4 Summarizes 34 Wave crest Buchwald 1973 International Scout II, 4-wheel ABORTION (To 24 Wks) TypingALaser Typesetting**
drive, excellent condition. BIRTH CONTROL a letters a etc. +
new muffler resumes reports
13 Soap ingredient 5 Gets thewrinkles 36 Buddy 49 Use an auger
1972 Scout II parts vehicle. Both for Gynecology Services 376-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave.
15 Muse of poetry out 37 Cut off 51 Pianist Peter 12147612Term
$2100. 372-8401,95. ".8-5-0 Alachua Word Processing
18 Sicilian 8 Tar 42 Young horse 52 Feds $COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships

landmark 7 Hot time, In 43 Feel remorse 54 AMA members Auto Insurance College Scholarship Locators pob Papers Typeset Resumes

17 Wild goat Paris 44 Salmon family 55 House member, Why pay more? 1881 Joplin MO 648021881. 800-879- Business Legal Personal Etc.

18 "Kiss Me Kate" 8 Saturate fish for short Get legal with Generic Insurance. Call 7485. 12147511SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS G'ville Handicapped Typing
composer 9 Wading bird 371-6687,378-7709. '11-9-5-9 YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179
FOR COLLEGE
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Plus Notes-We will no longer be distributing LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? ***MUKAI PRINTS** $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp. $30 one way
lor your papers, theses, etc. Mac coupons on campus. We will continue Get .p.claillud.nl discount on exams (playboy advisor) 6 yrs ol weekly Frl/Sun. bus trips. Pets
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you study
373-9619, leave message. 1 1.50 per dbl HOOD. 377.0881 12-14-76-15 7026/305-266-3788./ 11-5-30-18
11-20-25-12 guides for your classes, available 6 days Lisa XVII, framed $1050
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please call 371-6954. 11-9-9-14 Permanent Hair Removal PETS
TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA, FAST, Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for Led Zeppelin Box Set 19

ACCURATE. CALL This I I. a notice ol sale of public outcry ol Info about the PERMANENT removal of SALE $52.98 37-SPIKE
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS. 3m 4f. blue
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Records.
SPIKE'S merle, red merle, 1 black, 2 reds. $150or
The auction will be held at the
Fait, reliable typing done by Journalism FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC* $200. Call 376-7574 11-9-5-19
University Police Station on November The Reltz Union Barber and Style Shop
grad. Grammer 4 spelling checked and 14, 990 at 9:00 a m. Included lor auction Serving UF since ,1977 has the most experienced staff In Gaines

laser printed @ $1.50 per page Phone will be a 1981 Puch Moped, VIN Most Insurance accepted ville. From Flattops to Razorcuts, Permsto 20LOST & FOUNDLOST
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your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds Moped, VIN DVY2A12112JK648966; $79.99, Polypro long underwear 899. O'Connell Ctr. If found, please call
offers you the cheapest way to 1986 JAWA Moped, VIN SKYDIVE While supplies last. Brasington'i Trail Sherry lee at 3352447. REWARDI 11-

keep your real estate In the public eye. TLJ21011XGK129164: 1978 Chrysler' Skydive with The Wllllston Skydiver Shop. 2331 NW 13 St. 11-30-19-15
Where else can you keep your property In VIN CL43J8C132934; 1970 VW, VIN 336-7970. 12-14-73-15 FOUND: liver Seiko watch In grass near
the market lor as little as lour dollars a HM102463204: 1985 Yamaha, VIN Double your fun and sign-up for 3-wall Red D parking garage. Call to ID. 334-
day? To make It even easier, you can .WYA14T001FA664347 addition to the Racquetball doubles tourney by Nov. 5 In 9259 ask lor Dave. 11-5-320
place your ad over the phone; all you above vehicles, there will be several SKI SNOWSHOE! room 214 Fla gym. The tourney will tart

need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard Call other vehicles which will be auctioned lor $169./personl 3 nights lodging, 3 day lift Nov 13 1152.15 FOUND: Gold bracelet found In Reitz

373-FIND today to place your ad. parts only, books clothing, glasses, etc. ticket skis, 1 hour lesson, Apres ski Union parking lot on 10/30. Call 335-
Property that has been held for 30 days party! Breakaway Tours 377-6369. Jaime, hey little (,Is. I bet you're wonderIng 7042 to ID 11-6-3-20
AVON 3758967 and not been claimed by rightful owners Space I is llmliedl 11-9-23-15 who I could be. Well, just wait and
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. by 9:00 a m. on November 14, 1990 will see. Just know for now that we are the Lost: Gold bracelet on 10/30/ po... on
Benefits Insurance. 12147613Jobs be sold at this public outcry. ALL PROCEEDS MARDIGRAS best match In all ol D,Phi.E. Love, YBS. Un lv, Ave. or In Bus. Area. Very Special,
GO TO THE GATOR LOAN plftl REWARD call 3357153. 11-6-3-20
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In USA and overseas occupa 16 CONNECTIONSGAY
tions. Don't limit yourself to those few miss this party weekend. Breakaway FOUND: Prescription glasses In black
companies that recruit on campus. Jumpstart YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING From 377-6369. 11-9-23-15 cat on ,1st, floor at Architecture buildingon
job hunt. Contact College recruiters the company that offers FREE greek ? BI? QUESTIONING? 10-29. Call Heather 39211755.11.-
your letter engraving on fashion ring, ALLEY KATZ I II a bowling center. We GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs
today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W.
FOUND: Orange and white, full-grown
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Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate Jobs In Local Area NOW Beer, bowling billiards at Alley Kllz.Op.n bowling, billiards at Alley Katz.Open until '
In now drug study lor the treatment HIRING $700 to $1500 weekly, Amazing until lam Mon.-Thurs. DO SOME- 1 lam Mon.-Thurs. 11.,4.24111THE LOST: Gold Add-a-Bead nckllc..1lo"
of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call
Recorded Message Reveals Unknown THING DIFFERENTI/ 11-14-24-15 10/29, aouthilde of McCarty Hall. Call
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For a strike that won't count you out, sign 372-6724. Old esoteric books, astrology

see NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay.Top up for the mixed open bowling tourney In readings, crystals, minerals ft more. 11- FOUND: black male CHOW, approx 1-2
Famlllec, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs 15 PERSONALS 214 Fla Gym by Nov 6 (minimum 5 players 9-14-16 yr* old, not tag or collar. Found on 1031In
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In new drug study for the treatment Happy BirthdayWe'll bathroom on Oct. 23,. Call to ID: 336-
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 work on S.M. Boxholdar, P.O. 12696 Gainesville, FL
of athlete's loot. Call 3315379.
block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15 Love you Shannon 32604. 11-56-16 0436. 11-7-3-20

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Dental School, call 336-6753 Iv. message. -
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Sexy Women with good bodies for a female PREGNANT 87 SW? Don't 34th St.guess.372-7482 Get, Immediate Some People Will Go Hungry This

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taker. $300+ dally. Call 15740750. For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
372-1226.211 W.Univ.Ave.-next to Central
City. 12-14-76-15, '
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UF volleyball team splits... with Houston, Rice

Alligator Staff Report The Gators lost their Friday 1215131115.158 Sunday after- Gators blow a 6-1 lead in the first nated once again with 20 kills and
night match against Houston in noon. game."We had to play from behind 19 digs. Legall now has 345 killson
Junior Steffi Legall racked up 39 straight games despite Legall havIng UF assistant coach Mary Jo Peppier and coming back is hard for us." the season.
kills and 28 digs in two matches 19 kills and nine digs. The said the Gators also might Karen Bell led the Cougars with "It was an important win after
this weekend as the UF volleyballteam Cougars ((13-10)) defeated UF 15- haven beaten Houston if they 23 kills in just 38 attempts while losing to Houston." said UF coach
split its matches against the 12,15-8,15-10. hadn't lost the first game."The teammate Latisha Charles added Marilyn McReavy. "It was a confidence
University of Houston and Rice UF stayed at .500 ((13-13)) after first game was crucial for 15 kills. builder going into the SEC
University. defeating Rice in four games, 15- us," said Peppler, who saw the In the Rice game, Legall domi matches next week."

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Men's tennis coach: Team was disappointmentBy ..-

some changes are going to be made," Florida State's Stephan Noteboom defeated eventual tournament champion Noteboom,
DEBRA SARI LINN Duvenhage said. University of South Carolina's Mark Palus, 1-6,2-6.
Alligator Writer "In general, (fl'm) disappointed,"Duvenhage &-4, &-7, 6-4, for the singles championship. One instance of lack of conditioning that
The UF men's tennis team was disappointing said. "At times, it looks very encouraging Harvard's doubles team of Albert Chang Duvenhage cited was UF's No. 4 seed Bruce
in the Barnett Bank Fall Invitational this ,but playing well at times does not a great and Jonathan Cardi! beat University of Haddad's match against Noteboom in the
weekend at Scott Linder Stadium. player make." Kentucky's Scott Hulse and Sammy Stinnettfor quarterfinals.After .
After UF's performance this weekend, He also cited a lack of conditioning as part the championship, 6-4. losing the first set, Haddad battled
coach Ian Duvenhage called a lengthy team of UF's problems. Sixth ranked South Carolina placed three back in the second set to force a tiebreaker
meeting Sunday. Duvenhage said certain "Some players are not putting forth 100 players in the semifinals, No. 1 seed P.J. which he won, 74.Then,after going up 3-1
players were in danger of suspension but percent effort (toward conditioning). Langone, Johan Wiig, and Palus. Palus won in the third set,Haddad was effectively done.
will be dealt with individually by the coach. No UF player advanced past the quarter the semifinal match, 4-6, 7-6, 4-0, when Noteboom came back to take the third set
"Some attitudes are going to change ,or final rounds of the tournament, in which Langone retired. Wiig lost to No.5 seed and from the tired Haddad.
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UF defense dominates game Y

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holds Auburn to 172 yardsBy


Richard Fain.
r SHARON GINN

Alligator Staff Writer But even in the second half, when it was 34-7, the
defense didn't treat the game as if it were a lock.
The UF defense knew plenty about Auburn's tradi-
The Gators buckled down where Auburn's victims
tion of incredible fourth-quarter comebacks.The .
haven't been able to, and braced for the attack that
Tigers, led by redshirt freshman quarterbackStan was sure to come.
White, have been dangerous after the 45-minute
"At halftime, we still thought we could win the
mark, squeaking out three wins and a tie this seasonin
the last minute. game," said Auburn cornerback Eric Ramsey.But .

And the Gators couldn't forget last year's heart- by the fourth quarter,the thought of an Auburn

t breaker when Auburn scored a last-minute, fourth- comeback was a joke.

down touchdown to beat UF 10-7. Even after backup quarterback Frank McIntosh

UPs defense had one priority: make sure it couldn't completed three passes in a row for 49 yards, defen-

happen again.It sive end Mark Murray sacked him for a loss of 11,*

didn't. Not even close. pushing the Tigers back into their own territory.

The Gators defense avenged last season's heartbreaker They eventually punted.

by dominating the Tigers the entire "
game "What can you say about our defense? quarterbackShane
holding them to minus-14 yards rushing and intercepting Matthews said. "They're incredible."
two passes by White.
Odom said the defense knew the key to breaking
UF handed coach Pat Dye the worst loss of his
Auburn down was to intimifhte White, who cominginto
Auburn career, a 48-7 pounding that killed the No. 4Tigers'
the game was second behind Matthews in the
chances of winning the national title.
Southeastern Conference in total offense.
"It makes up for a ]lot," UF inside linebacker Jerry
Odom said. "I don't think we can really forget how it UF kept the pressure up, driving him back 17 yardson

felt to get so close to something and get your back sacks and forcing him to throw 17 incompletepasses.

broken at the last minute. We were not going to let .

P DONALD LEVAN it happen." "We knew Stan White was a good quarterback, but

Running for your life The UF defense held the Tigers tight in the first he was young and he's never had anyone that got in

UP quarterback Matthews hangs on to the footballas half, allowing one touchdown and giving UPs offense his face," Odom said.

I he's brought down for one of Auburn's five sacks. plenty of time to put 34 points on the Scoreboard."Our Tim Paulk and I were talking to him. I was makingsome

defense held Auburn just long enough for the fake calls and trying to confuse him. We kept

offense to start doing something," said cornerback him off balance all game."



I Changes in Gator look makes difference in score I

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'"' .
In last year's 10-7 loss to Auburn, cause of NCAA rules] which require What running game? In his first two games against series. The Gators previous high

freshman UF quarterback Donald transfers to sit out a year.Then-UF Auburn, which ran for 109 yardsin Auburn, the junior tailback carried was the 33 points they scored in

Douglas] attempted five passes, coach Gary Darnell now is Notre last year's 10-7() victory over UF, the ball 23 times for 23 yards. 1927.

completing one for six yards.A Dame's defensive coordinator.New was stuffed for negative 14 yards After his performance Saturday, Good showA

lot has changed since then. Gators coach Steve Spur- rushing Saturday night. The TI- McClendon may circle the date of record Florida Field gatheringof

rier and quarterback Shane Mat- gers had been averaging 167 rush- the 1991 UF-Auburn contest witha 75,459 witnessed the massacre,

Doyel thews showed just how far the UF ing yards a game this year. red heart. topping the previously best of
passing offense has come in a year. McClendon ran for 73 yards and 75,428 set against the Oklahoma
NOTEBOOKFor "Not those !" three touchdowns 20 carries.
Matthews completed his first nine guys on State Cowboys in UF's 1990 sea-
passes and finished with 207 yardson It would have been hard to Steve knows Auburn son-opener.
an 18-for-28 day. He passed for blame UPs Willie McClendon] for Not only did UF coach Steve

example, Douglas] now is at no touchdowns, but wasn't inter- marking through Nov. 3, 1990 on Spurrier win his coaching debut Familiar Foes

Houston, redshirting the year be- cepted, either. his calendar with a black %' Saturday night against Auburn,but Saturday's UF-Auburn meeting
he also led the Gators to a 2-1 marked the 55th consecutive year
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record against the Tigers as a the Southeastern Conference pow

I I I player. ers have met. The schools have
7
48
Gators Tigers Spurrier's last game against Au- faced off a total of 67 times, the

Score by Ort 1 2 3 4 F Auburn Statistics Smith 1 2 0 2 burn forms one part of the Spurrier oldest series in UF history.
Auburn 7 0 0 0 7 Totals 14'" 1 15UF legend. He kicked a gamewinningfield
UF 7 27 7 7 48 Rushing An Yde To L9Danley Statistics Despite the loss, Auburn still
goal against the Tigers in
I 7 22 0Joseph
holds 37-28-2 series lead. Over
3 g 0 5 Rushing Att Yde TO LyRhett 1966. The kick didn't hurt a
Brown 1 3 0 3 15 142 2 33 Spurrier's for the Heisman the last 18 years, UF has a 11-7
UF McNabb 1 run (Czyzewiki kick) Stewart 1 2 0 2 McClendon 20 73 3 13 run advantage. .
Aub -Casey 55 pat from White (Von Richardson 1 0 0 0 McNabb' 8 22 1 g Trophy, which he won a month >>
Wyl 1 kick) Williams 5 .1 0 2 Randolph 2 15 0 12 later. It gets worse
UF McClendon! 1 run (CzyzewsKI kick) Taylor 1 .11 011 Wabber.en 1 7 0 7
UF- FQCzyzew.kl42 White 317 03 Ackerman 1 7 0 7 And, in 1978 when UF droppedthe UF can't spend too much time
UF McClendon 3 run (CzyzewsKi KIcK) McIntosh 221 010 Matthews 818 0 a
UF Rhett 29 run (CzyzewsKi KIcK) Totals 2414 0 7 Totals 55 241 a 33Palllnll' Tigers 31-7, Spurrier was the gloating over Saturday's lopsided
UF: FQ CzyzewsKI AUF Gators quarterback coach. The 31 victory.
McClendon 1 run (CzyzewsKi Kick) Palllnll An Cmp Int Yds TD All Cmp Int Yde TD
UF- Rhett 4 run (CzyzewsKi KicK) White 27 10 2 135 1 Matthews 28 18 0 207 0 points UF scored that day was the
McIntosh 10 4 0 51 0 Totals 28'S 0 207 0Receiving last time before Saturday that the Next week, the Gators travel to
Totals 37 14 2'" 1 Gators had touched Auburn for at Jacksonville to face Georgia. And,
No Yds To
Aub UF Receiving No v= TO Lp Mills 4 87 0 LM least 30 points in a game. UF led in three weeks, UF treks to
First Down 8 25 Taylor I 3 0 18 Kirkpatrick 4 51 0 20 Saturday's contest 34-7 at halftime. Tallahassee for its annual closing
Rushes-Yards 2 +( ) 55-248 Overton 3 25 0 1a Barber 4 28 0 12 date with Florida State.
Pasting\ Yard 186 207 Hall 2 18 0 11 McClendon 2 23 0 2'' The 48 points UF racked ..
Comp-Att-Int 1437.2 18-28-0 Danley 2 10 0 II Rhett 2 22 0 17 up
Fumble.-lo.t 1-0 1.1 Casey 1 55 1 55 McNabb 1 7 0 7 against the Tigers were the most Over the past three years, UF
Penalties-Yard 3-27 5-44 Baxter 1 24 0 24 Matthews 112 0-12 the Gators have scored against Au- has gone (0-9) for the Auburn-Geor-
Time of Possession 24:14: 35:48: Joseph 1 14 0 14 Totals 11 208 0 33
burn in the 67-game; history of the gia-FSU stretch.

I

ball Instant before the crushing were able to exploit that." ,*
Shane Matthews pass to Shane James Joseph scooped up the loose an
GATORSfrom
Matthews. Matthews dropped ball and ran 2 yards. Five yards third-quarter hit, left the game for The Gators exploited Auburn's
page 16"WeVe tacked UF linebackerFee good after two minutes on his back. anemic offense and generous de-
back to pass and, after the attemptwas were on as
been living by a thread all swatted into the air,he nabbedthe Bartley] dragged Joseph to the "I 1 was able to outrun the guard fense to the tune of 455-172, UFs
could lose the face mask. and fullback to get to the quarter- total offense advantage."In .
season and I knew we ball for a 12-yard loss.Auburn's ground by '
but I did not foresee this." first play from scrim- Bartley later had his revenge back," said Bartley, who led UF my opinion, we were the
with four unassisted tackles. "I worst prepared team I've seen in
Both teams opened the game on mage wasn't any more glorious, when he became acquainted with "
a wacky note offensively. On its but did pick up seven yards. White Auburn quarterback Stan White's 'don't think Auburn 'designed my 17 years of coaching, Dyer

first play, UF lost 12 yards on a fumbled the snap, running back rib cage. White, who unloaded the blocks for the weak side, and we said.MONDAY .



16,ALLIGATOR, MONDAY,NOVEMBER 5.1990SPORTS
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UF pounces on Tigers, improves to 7-1

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backs made themselves comfortable in
By GREGG DOYEL
Auburn's defensive secondary. Led by the
Staff WriterA
Alligator tailback tandem of Errict Rhett ((142 yards)
come-from-behind victory in the final and Willie McClendon ((73)),the Gators ran 6rd""
seconds would have been nice. for 248 yards and six touchdowns.Not .
Heck, any kind of victory over Auburn, to be outdone, UF quarterbackShane
even a fluke,would have suited UF just fine Matthews threw for 207 yards to
Saturday night move into eighth-place on the singleseasonUF
But the Gators didn't just win,they stuffed passing chart with 1,954 yards. Mat- '
more points on the Scoreboard than they thews completed 18 of 28 passes withoutan 4
have in 67 tries against the Tigers-in the interception, including completing his
first half, no less while rolling to a 48-7 first nine throws.
Victory! over the luckless, fourthrankedteam "For a quarterback who didn't throw a
in the country. It was Auburn's worse single touchdown pass, Shane might have
loss since Pat Dye took over in 1981.A had the best game I I've ever seen,"UF coach
record Florida Field crowd of 75,459 Steve Spurrier said.
and a nationally televised ESPN audience Terence Barber made sure the Gators .3 s
witnessed the massacre, UPs most convincing special teams also received some of the f
win of the season. post-game praise. Barber returned a sec 4 boo
The Gators ((7.1, 4-1 in the Southeastern ond-quarter punt 73 yards, setting up UFs
Conference) combined a swarming defense third touchdown.
with a balanced offense and a little help from Barber back pedaled 20 yards to field
the special teams to move into a tie for first Richie Nell's punt at UF's 16-yard lineAfter
place in the SEC with Ole Miss, a 19.10 starting right and into a wall of Auburn
winner over Louisiana State Saturday night. defenders, Barber thought better of it, and
The Gators' offensive prowess Saturdaywas after running backward 10 yards, headedfor
quite a turnaround from their last three the left sideline. The senior wide re-
games against Auburn. UF had racked up ceiver picked up some blocks near UFs
just 13 points in the previous three meetings, 40-yard line and kept right on running until
all losses. UF hadn't beaten Auburn since finally being dragged down at Auburn's 11.
former quarterback Kerwin Bell scored in "The right sideline wasn't open, so I
the final seconds of the 1986 game to give reversed field," said Barber, who had four
UF an 18-17 victory. catches for 29 yards. "Richard Fain, Mike

Auburn ((6-1-1, 3-1-1)), which entered the Brandon and Jerry Odom all threw great
contest boasting a running attack that had blocks to spring me. I just ran out of gas." A e
yveraged 167 yards a game, found no holesin UF's third-ranked defense never ran out 4
the customarily nonporous UF defensive of gas, though. Instead, it grew stronger as
front. The Tigers ran for minus-14 yards.That's the game wore on.After allowing 119 yardsin
the first half,UF held Auburn to 53 yardsof
14 yards less than zero.
offense over the final two quarters. Au-
"
"I'm glad we won big, said UF defensive
burn had zero yards and one first down in
tackle Mike Brandon,who had three tackles."It .
the third quarter, eight for the game. ;
shows everybody in the country we havea
Auburn entered the second in the
game
great team, and that we're capable of
SEC and 20th in the nation in total offense,
beating the good teams.
418 .
averaging a game."I
UF's defense also contributed
Saturdaywith
doubt if we're this bad," Dye said.
two interceptions, four sacks and 10 MICHELE KATZ
pass brake ups.Meanwhile UF linebacker Fee Bartley slams Into Auburn quarterback Stan White In UF's 48-7
a variety of Gators running see Gators, page 15 victory Saturday night. White left the game and didn't return after the hit. I


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