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page 16 Kickoff is set for 12:40: p.m., and a sellout crowdof the 69th UF-Georgia matchup and the Bulldogslead SEC
82,000 is expected.If the series 4422- 2. Standings

first and only time, Georgia whipped UF 24-3. the Gators beat Georgia, UF would be 8-1 The the records differ is that when ..,< :., SEC. "r Overall
for the third time in school The 1928 reason UF' "i' 4-1 7-1
"I've probably been to Jacksonville 14 times history. ,
the two teams first met in October, 1904, UF Mississippi ; ,4-1' 8-1
(for the game)," said inside linebacker Jerry and 1966 teams also were 8-1 after nine games. considered football a club sport. So although Auburn : r ..13-1.1. 5-1-1
Odom. "The last time Florida went in with this And it would be only the sixth time that the Georgia beat the Gators 52-0, UF does not < Tennessee 2-1-1 .5-1-2
good a record, Georgia beat their butts. Theylet Gators posted back-to-back victories over Au- consider it official loss. '.:Alabama%>, ,; },,;,t 3-2 ". 4-4
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its 48-7 victory over Auburn Mississippi State Sept. 29, then to the two led UFs defense Saturday, Gators defense ranked 2nd but UF coach Steve Spurrier said
Saturday, UF has jumped ahead of No. 9 after pounding Louisiana which held the Tigers to minus-14 UF now leads the SEC in four the Gators can't afford to bask in I
Florida State and back into the Top State 34-8 the next week. yards rushing. major categories: total defense (allowing the glow for long. UF will have to

10 of the Associated Press Poll,the Florida State remained at No. 12 Bartley,junior,had yet another 224.13 yards a game sec focus on Saturday's game against
news agency announced Monday.The after beating South Boo-Yaa (that's Ga ond nationally), Georgia, a team that
Carolina 41-10 Satur tors talk for a big hit) rushing defense has beaten the Gators

Gators moved up from No. day. Miami moved up when he knockedover ((83.38 yards, fifth for the last three years."We're .

15 to No. 10, one of the biggest to No.5 after blankingPitt Ii" I Auburn quarter nationally), total offense not going to
leaps of the week. Only Georgia 45-0. back Stan White in ((435.68 yardsa sit around and pat our"

Tech, which beat top-ranked Virginia Meanwhile, Notre I the third quarter. game, 15th nation ,- selves on the back,
41.38 over the weekend, and Dame has taken over White, who lay on the ally) and passing of- tit Spurrier said. "To beat
tewa,which beat then-No.5 Illinois the top spot in the poll .. ground for about two fense ((268.75 yards, _.- Georgia, we'll have to
54-28, advanced more spots than from Virginia. The minutes after the hit, ninth nationally). have a similar week of

UF. Georgia Tech, No. 16 last Fighting Irish toppled -e was briefly replacedby QuarterbackShane practice and play justas
Navy 51-32 Saturday. backup Frank McIntosh Matthews is hard as last week.
week,is now No. 7. Iowa moved up
from No. 13 to No. 6. Washington, Hous- until he recov- ranked first in the "If Georgia beats us,
ton and Colorado are ered. SEC and 10th in the we won't have any ex
Ginn second third and 'l"1.a. .... SEC. name/.!. nation in total of- Bartley cuses."
fourth in the poll, respectively.Auburn Terence Barber's 73-yard punt re- fense, with 1,919 yards in eight Georgia traditionally has been
.NOTEBOOK dropped to 15th. Matthews is second in the one of UFs toughest opponents.
turn as the conference's play of the games.
UF has beaten the Bulldogs just
UF players honored by SEC week. The second-quarter return, SEC in passing, with 1,954 yards once in the last five In 1985,
Outside linebacker Fee Bartleyand the ninth longest in UF history set years.
and an efficiency rating of 136.35. when the Gators were 7-0-1 and
This is the third time UF has defensive end Huey Richardson up a Willie McClendon touchdownthat
ranked No. Iln the nation for the
been ranked in the Top 10 this were named the Southeastern put the Gators up 24-7. Barber, Spurrier: Don't count

season. The Gators moved up to Conference defensive players of a senior wide receiver, previously your chickensThe 14
No. 10 after a 34-21 victory over the week.With seven tackles each, averaged 5.3 yards a punt return. win over Auburn was nice, see page

Hughes improvesUF Doublesteam


volleyball teamBy oil wins

college basketball right now,"
Alligator Writer Hughes said Monday."So they had SEC titleBy
me in sports very early. In those
When the UF volleyball team ran days I did track, played volleyball,

wind-sprints Monday afternoon, basketball, Softball and was a DEBRA SARI UNN
one player easily led them all. cheerleader."
Alligator Writer
Sophomore Suzanne Hughes, Hughes brought her multisporttalent
who has proved of late that hard to Oviedo High School in The UF women's tennis doubles

work pays off, not only led the Winter Springs.At team of Kristin Osmond and Holly
other Gators, but also consistently Oviedo she continued to excelat f A. ( i wiNs Lloyd captured the championshipof

finished ahead by ten yards or volleyball, basketball and track. the Southeastern Conference
more. Hughes was the basketball and Coaches Indoor Tournament this
Practices like Monday's are justa track teams' most valuable player weekend in Knoxville, Tenn.

small example of the effort that her junior and senior years. Osmond,a freshman,and Lloyd,
Hughes has put forth this seasonon Hughes also was an All-state first- a junior, defeated the No. 6 seed,
the UF volleyball team. team volleyball performer leading University of Kentucky's Melissa
And UF head coach Marilyn Me- Oviedo to the state final four. Nelson and Susan Klingenberg, 6-

Creavy isn't complaining."I With her high school accomplishments 3, 6-2, in the finalsIn
think Suzanne continues to she was ,approachedby
individual play, Klingenberg
get better with playing time. She many colleges to play basketballand
triumphed over the No. 7 seed
puts a lot of effort into getting volleyball. But it took Hughesa
in the
Lloyd 6-1,6-3 quarterfinals.
better." McCreavy said. "She and while to decide which sport she
Kristen Guetzkow are our most would pursue in college."It Klingenberg reached the quarterfinals
after UFs No.3 seed Holly
improved: players. was a big decision for me my
In her second season with UF, senior year, I did not even know Danforth retired in the third round.,

Hughes has improved greatly and what I was going to do," Hughessaid. Danforth strained a quadricep
said she feels a lot more comfort ." But once I picked a sport I muscle, which will force her out of
able on the court. Hughes has com wanted to stick with it." the upcoming Rolex Qualifier in

piled six personal bests in kills, Hughes accepted an athletic Tallahassee.
digs, aces and blocks. scholarship at UF to play volleyballand
Hughes believes that she is play decided not to play basketball. Danforth won the qualifying portion
of the
ing better now that she is settled "Volleyball is up and coming, it tournament last year.

and knows UF's system and her is a growing sport," Hughes said. YO kiw Danforth's injury, also caused
role within that system. "(To me) it is a lot more fun and her and doubles partner Jillian Al-
"I feel a lot more aggressive, energetic than basketball, which I exander to withdraw from the dou-
confident and more comfortable," feel is repetitive." x bles competition in which they
Hughes said. "When I came in last The future of the UF volleyballteam were seeded third.

year Marilyn was looking for a looks very bright in the eyes UF women's tennis coach Andy
player to step in and start in the of Hughes. With only one senioron
Brands said Nicole Arendt will play
middle, and I was overwhelmed. the team,Lisa Bonk, the Gators
only doubles in the upcoming tour
'.3ut this year, I am ready for it and have an extremely young and talented nament and Andrea Farley won'tplay
that is the difference I have expe- team returning next season. at all.
rience under my belt." "We will be lot better (next year)
Hughes said she gained some of because we are such a young team Both automatically qualified for
that experience early in life, as she this year." said Hughes, who has!! the Rolex tournament and don't
got involved in athletics in the helped the Gators to a 13-13 record need to play in singles competition.
fourth grade. this season. 'We're looking to see what areas
b "My step dad is a basketball "With so many good new players Sophomore Suzanne Hughes has vastly Improved since last season need to be reinforced in the
coach, my father played ,college coming in this year and returningnext said UF volleyball coach Marilyn McReavy. McReavy said Hughes spring,"Brands said about the tour-
basketball and my brother plays things only look up." owes the Improvement to hard work. nament.t .

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"Sid Martin is not going to be percent countywide turnout today.
Alligator Writer there,"he said. He also said the polls, which are So where do I vote?

District 23 includes Putnam open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., will be The following is a list of predominately studentpopulatedvoting
Your vote as recent local County,the eastern half of Alachua crowded during breakfast, lunch precincts. Everyone may vote in the congressional and

tallies prove may be the differ County and the UF campus. The and dinner hours."Particularly gubernatorial races, as well as for the state constitutional
ence in today's election.In two candidates fighting for the if a student's sched- amendments.
last month's runoff election, seat Sinclair Eaton and ule
,Republican permits it, they should get out
Of the precincts listed below, all seven are eligible to vote
13 votes separated Jim Painter and Democrat Cynthia Chestnut, both and vote early," he said.
for the state Senate and County Commission races. Precincts
Jim Notestein one hour before say they support education. But
Besides a number of open seatsat and of and 44 vote the state
23,25,31 4,36 in
parts may
Painter won the Gainesville City neither have the 16 years of state the state and national
House of Representatives District 23 race. Precinct 5 and
Commission by 2 In and clout
race percent. legislative experience levels, voters will decide if Florida
September's primary election, that Martin has. should add four amendments to parts of 4, 36 and 44 may vote in the state House District 24

three-term County Commissioner "It will be a wonderful day when the state constitution.The race. Students can find their precincts listed on their voting

Leveda Brown deflected you look at student vote cards.
first proposition requiresthe
political newcomer Ron ers, see who voted, andFullerby275votesor
Legislature, which starts its
d' find students had
a annual 60-day session in April, to Precinct Polling Place Address
about 1 percent of the higher than
w percentage convene earlier in 1991 and in Feb- 4 Cross Roads Church 2720 SW 2nd Ave1912NW5thAve .
24,685 votes cast. > the rest of the county,
Q ruary of each following year. 5 JJ Finley School .
Mike Murphy,the UF 0 Murphy said.Considering.
business senior who lost the Oct. Proponents of the amendmentsay 23 P.K. Yonge School 1080 SW 11th St.

the City Commission 2 election returns, Murphy because Florida's fiscal year 25 First Baptist Church 425 W,.Univ. Ave.

race in March, said two probably won't get begins July 1, state agencies and Annex
recent Student Govern- his dream turnout the educational system need more 31 Reitz Union UF Campus

ment voter registration drives are today. In the seven precincts that time to complete their budgets. 36 Doyle Conner Building 191lSW34thSt.2400SWWilliston. I
"half the battle" of making politi- Alachua County Supervisor of Opponents say an earlier budget 44 SW United Methodist
cians accountable to students.The Elections Buddy Irby identifies as means less information for an accurate Church Rd.

other half is getting students to heavily populated with UF stu- financial plan.

vote, he said. dents, 11 percent of registered vote The second amendment re- Residents may vote only in the precinct where they live. The

UF no longer has long-time sup- ers cast their ballots as opposed to quires a mandatory three-day wait polling places will be open today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
the rest of the county's 17 percent. ing period for purchasing a
porter state Rep. Sid Martin, D- Source:Alachua: County Supervisor ol Elections Office
Hawthorne, who is retiring from
the District 23 seat, Murphy said.Students But Irby said he expects a 60 see Elections, page 5


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DEBBIE CENZIPER embalming cats, he said, and the
cats were dead during the process.
Alligator Staff Writer
The protesting UF students want

Some UF students want campus administrators to end all business a a"a
officials to boycott a North Carolina with Carolina Biological until the jjjrr

company that's under federal investigation federal investigation is over.

for animal abuse Kimberly Steinberg, animal wel-
charges that include embalminglive fare committee chairwoman at

cats. UF's Vet School, said if no wrong- n

About 10 Veterinary Medicine doing is found, the school should i
College students will meet with administrators make its own inquiries. r., s .

today to urge them to "Our tuition is going toward
cut ties with the Carolina Biological this,"Steinberg said."We don't be-

Supply Co. UF gave the company lieve our money should go to unethical
$49,000 last year for plastic hearts, and illegal activities." pl plits

animal cadavers and other life sciences Steinberg said embalming ani-

supplies. mals before death can preserve the
While Alamance, N.C. District animal's body more efficiently. In-
Attorney Steve Balog dropped jecting color into an animal's blood
charges against the company last stream while the heart is still beating

month,the U.S. Department of Agriculture pumps the dye through the
is still investigating.The body faster. But it's painful for the

181 charges were broughtto still-conscious animal, as well as
Balog by the national animal illegal, she said.

rights group, People for the Ethical UF Veterinarian Farol Tomson
Treatment of Animals (PETA). said the school has bought $9,000
Balog said his office dropped the worth of supplies from the com-

case because no state laws appeared pany so far this year, although cat +M
to have been broken. specimens were not on the pur-

James Fyock, spokesman for the chasing list.Tomson .
company, called PETA's allega- said campus officials Bubbling into spring STEPHANIE SOMMER
tions ridiculous and totally false. will discuss today if they should
UF business senior Gustave Mueller gets registration advice from Robert Weiner Tigert
He said PETA is a group known for continue to buy from the companyor
terrorizing animal researchers and hold off until the federal investigation Hall Monday. Advanced spring registration began Monday and continues until Friday,

making false claims.Only 2 percent concludes. UF already Nov. 16. .
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I Course examines ethnic history, causes of bigotryBy ::1

MIKE BRUSCELL course called Cultural Diversity in course to the curriculum. American universities had such a sents positive action from UF, he
Alligator Staff Writer the United States. Created last year by former UF course, it'd be a start. We haven't doubted whether its effects would
Focusing on black, Chinese, Interim President Robert Bryan, even had that first step." reach as far as a mandatory class.
The 1882 Chinese ExclusionAct. Cuban and Jewish Americans, the the task force composed of stu- Button said classwork probablywill "Unless it's mandatory, it's not
The immigration barrier course examines the groups' dents and faculty examined black include three exams with essay going to have its intended effect,"
erected against Jewish people flee- achievements, and the causes of and Hispanic campus life and made questions and an outside project of Vitali said. "On the other hand, if
ing Nazi Europe. The careers of bigotry through the centuries. 22 other suggestions to improve it. some sort, perhaps interviewing a it is mandatory, it's going to turn

black civil rights leaders Martin Feagin, who will teach the Feagin, who has taught similar student with a different ethnic people off."
Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. course with interim political sci- courses for 25 years, said the new background or observing how gov- Lectures are scheduled for sev-
"Those bits of history should be ence Chairman Jim Button, said class will stress racial and ethnic ernment agencies treat people with enth period Monday and Wednes-
known to every American citizen," the four groups were selected be- awareness, but it's only a starting different racial backgrounds."If day, and three black or Hispanic
said UF sociology Professor. Joe cause of the amount of informationon point for improving society. you don't understand what's graduate students will hold discussion -
Feagin, who will teach a course their history and their preva- "Most average Americans, In- happened to them, it's hard to un- sections Thursday or Friday.
next year to improve students' ra- lence in Florida.In cluding college students, don't derstand why they feel the way Advance registration for spring
cial awareness. April, UF's Quality of Life know much about the ethnic his- they do," Feagin said. classes began Monday, and will
UF's political science depart- Task Force recommended the tory or racial makeup of the United Although task force member continue through Friday in the
ment is offering a three credit-hour school add a cultural diversityBy States," Feagin said. "I think if all Juan Vitali! said the course repre- Tigert Hall basement.

WSU offers $200 scholarshipfor


white discrimination essayThe

DEBBIE CENZIPER trying to alleviate some frustration perhaps."

Staff Writer
Alligator The group's stance against minority scholarship
Leaders of the much-debated and highly publicized and Affirmative Action has prompted many people to a
White Student Union are offering a scholarship to the label the group as racist.
student who feels he or she is a victim of reverse
discrimination on campus, said WSU Vice President Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen would r
Steve McCormick. not comment on the WSU's phi-
losophies, but he said Affirma-
$200 dollar scholarshipis Students who feel tive Action is not special treat-
sponsored by the Dignity ment of minority groups.

Party, a Student Government they've been overlookedby
political party headed by McC- Instead, he said, it assures a
ormick and WSU President the UF system be- fair shot to groups of people
Mark Wright. white who have been excluded from
cause they are
the system in the past."I .
McCormick is the party's can apply for the schol- believe in Affirmative Ac-
candidate for student body pres- tion, I believe in its goals and
ident in February. arship by writing an the various things it does,"

Students who feel they've essay describing the in- Sandeen said.McCormick.
been overlooked by the UF sys-
tem because they are white can cident.In said the money
apply for the- scholarshio bv came from an anonymous
writing;; an essay describing the incident, he said. source, who he would not identify, and other private

contributions.WSU .

I "We're just trying to offset the injustice that's been President Mark Wright would not identify
done," McCormick said. contributors,but said they don't have any connectionswith

"Two hundred dollars is nothing, but we're just white supremacy groups.

Baby Gator Live from GainesvilleSaturday
nursery parents
Night Live's Dennis Miller performs at the

I O'Connell Center Sunday night.

may face higher daycare costsmonthly

PATRICIA LEE addition to a 59 percent cost Gator$170 a month,while non-stu Pizza driver has car stolenin
By increase in maintenance to providefor dents who make more than

I Alligator Writer painting and waterproofing,the $35,000 pay $285. front of fraternity houseA
Parents with children at Baby nursery has to adjust to a price Under Logan's proposed plan,

Gator, UF's low-cost nursery, may increase in the meals provided by students and other lower-income thief got free delivery of a the car, so I didn't think they'dtake
be facing- higher Gator Dining Ser parents would pay $185 a month Pontiac Grand Am Sunday out- anything,"he said."So here
fees if a and the others $325. steal the Whoever stole
vice.A side a fraternity house when a they car.
plan proposedby The has state-man- But Mayeux says students pizza man left his keys in his car. the car must have seen me put
Student Body nursery dated, threepercent -
should not be charged more. In- The Gator Pizza driver had the keys under the seat"Helshman
Vice Kevin President Mayeuxfails to adjust to a price increase also salary ap- stead, a three-tier system shouldbe parked the car outside the said a UF police

to meet the increase in the plies to Baby implemented to put other Sigma Phi Epsilon house,5 Fra- officer was nearby; but the car
approval of nursery Gator teachers.. lower-income parents in a cate- ternity Row, and went into the thief managed to leave campus
director meals provided by Baby Gator,' gory by themselves. house to deliver a pizza. before police could catch them.

Tom Logan at a Gator Dining Ser-. with a budget of Mayeux's proposal keeps the John Helshman, 42,1947 SW UF police spokeswoman
$514,000, is 72nd St., said he left the keys [In Angie Tipton said Monday that
budget meetingthis student fee at $170 and raises the
afternoon. vice, and a 59 per- funded partially higher-income, non-student fee to a magnetic lockbox under thecar's police are still looking for the
frdVit seat. burgundy car, valued at $8,000.
the Im-
by Capital
increasein $325. Lower-income parents
The daycare cent cost provement Trust "I didn't have a pizza left in MATTHEW SAUER '
would $225 a month.
center, which pay
maintenance for Fund, but also re-
provides low- "Since students so much
cost care for and water- ceives $260,000from pay part of Rape Awareness Week,
pre- painting the monthlyfees money 'and provide most of the
NOW red rib-
schoolers try- funding, the burden (of the in- correctionThe partly sponsored by ,
proofing. parents pay, bons will be on"random
to ,
to adjust
creased costs) should be coveredby
Mayeux said. band and Florida across Due to Incor- r
1 n cress e d costs the non-students," he said. Copesetic spots campus.
in maintenance: UF students National Organization for Women rect information, the Alligator re-
food service and personnel, Mayand other parents who make less Mayeux and Logan will decideon President Donna Burnell were misidentified ported otherwise on this page
eux said. than$35,000 a year, now pay Baby a final fee this afternoon. on this page Monday.As Monday.1't1ESDAY .

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45 in Congress face no oppositionWASHINGTON -

(UPI) -While Tuesday is nail-bit- the biggest names in that chamber.
ing time for many candidates, 45 members of Con- Rep. Bob Michel R-IH., the House Republican $3.75 $3.75
gress can relax they have no major party leader, and Rep. Dan Rostenkowski, D-I1L, were so Pitchers Pitchers
opposition.The solid that no one would run against them. '
lack of competition however did not keep the Other major names included Kika de la Garza bat .. .g
office holders from raising hundreds of thousands of D-Texas,chairman of the House Agriculture Committee -
dollars in campaign contributions.The ;Henry Gonzalez,D-Texas chairman of the House
list includes 41 members of the House and Banking Committee; and Jim Leach, R-Iowa, one of PIZZA BAR LUNCH SPECIALMF
four senators. In addition Sen. J. Bennett Johnston the leaders of the House GOP moderates.
D-La., has already won re-election under the Louisi- Nearly half of the Texas delegation13 out of 27 11-2PM
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automatically gets the seat. state.
Two Democrats and two Republican senators face In addition to del la Garza and Gonzalez, they
no major party opposition: San Nunn D-Ga., David included Democrats Ralph Hall, Craig Washington, 99 ALL YOU 99
Pryor, D-Ark., Thad Cochran, R-Miss.and John Mike Andrews Ron Coleman Solomon Ortiz,Marvin $2. CAN EAT $2 .
Warner, R-Va. Frost and Charles Stenholm and Republicans Jack
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candidate for president in 1992,raised more than$1.9 Earlier this fall Massachusetts voters participatedin - - -
million despite being unopposed. heavy anti-incumbent,"throw the rascals out"style
Warner raised more than$1.6 million and Cochran primaries.But chances of doing so Tuesday are much MONDAY I TUESDAY
and Pryor both raised more than $1.2 million. weaker since four of their 11 congressmen are unopposed
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I State department : Iraq playing games I ALL-DAY I 4 PM CL In house

WASHINGTON (UPI) The State Department comments of several of the detainees that the mail we
accused the Iraqi government Monday of playing a are delivering from the families to the Ministry of
cruel game of cat and mouse with the lives of innocent Foreign Affairs is not reaching the people held by the
hostages. Iraqis."
Spokesman Richard Boucher was referring to a Boucher said: "It appears to us that Saddam
series of telephone calls and statements from some Hussein has chosen to play games with innocent Press ForSuccess t
American hostages in Iraq some of them reporting human lives. We think that if he's genuinely con-
humane treatment by their captors,but others report- cerned about allowing husbands and fathers to talk c
ing appalling hardships and deprivation.The to their wives and children, he should simply releaseall !
pattern described by State Department officials the hostages and let them come home."
appears to be one in which Iraq intends to keep the Four American citizens were released by Iraq over
hostages in the limelight, maintaining their value as the weekend, and three of them were due to arrive in ; 'f
bargaining chips in an eventual negotiated solution. the United States Monday.
Boucher said that 21 telephone calls were receivedover "We know from returning Western hostages that Bench Press CompetitionFollowed
the weekend from American hostages.It detention conditions vary widely," the State Depart
appeared said Boucher,that those hostages were ment spokesman said."These conditions,as reportedby by Body Building Workshop
subjected to harsh conditions "consistent with other those who have been there and have left, range
reports we have received. Many detainees said they from acceptable to appalling." Wednesday November 7
were losing weight, that the food was poor, and that Iraqi officials have said they would let all the 2:00
Competition Weigh-in :
with the approach of winter they were frequently cold. hostages leave if the Iraqi government were given pm
Others expressed concern that the medication they some assurance by permanent members of the United Workshop begins. 8:00: pm
were using was running out." Nations Security Council that there would be no Held at the O'Connell Center
However, communications from other hostages, military attack against Iraq.
including interviews permitted by the Iraqi authorities However, that Iraqi proposal mentioned nothing Call 392-0581 for details
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I NASA: Cocaine use not thought widespreadCAPE I Student Government

CANAVERAL (UPI) A small amount of payload forced Air Force mission managers to ordera
cocaine found in a space shuttle hangar probably delay. While McCartney would not discuss the
belonged to an individual and does not indicate a progress of work to repair the payload, he said the
widespread drug problem at the Kennedy Space Cen- space plane should be ready for launch next week.
ter, a top NASA official said Monday. As for Columbia, an internal NASA rule calls for
Forrest McCartney, director of the Kennedy Space three weeks between shuttle missions so data from
Center,told reporters there is no evidence that drugs one flight can be studied before launching the next.
were involved in any of a number of embarrassing McCartney said agency managers are studying waysto .
mishaps and accidents at the spaceport earlier this reduce the time needed for a post-flight assessmentof
year. Atlantis's mission in order to launch Columbia
"It's been suggested perhaps that could have been around the end of the month.As y
involved in some of the incidents we've had,"McCart- for drug use at the space center, a small packetof ALACHUA LOCATED AT THE
ney said. "We have not found that and in analyzingeach cocaine containing about 1 gram of the drug GROUNDS COUNTY(NEXT TO FAIR NOW THRU NOV. 10th
one of those instances, we have not found a about .04 ounces was discovered Friday morning GAINESVILLE
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"I don't see any evidence whatsoever that links shuttle Discovery' is being serviced after a mission. SATURDAY NOON til MIDNIGHTTHUR.
drugs to the incidents or accidents that we've had. McCartney said an alert individual spotted the drug .NOV.8 FAMILY NITS
In the meantime,engineers at launch pads 39A and under a desk and called security personnel.It TUES. NOV.a STUDENT NTTERkto
39B are pressing on with plans to launch the shuttle was "a very small amount," McCartney said, and Specials FRI.NOV.8 VETERANS
Atlantis around Nov. 16 and its sister ship Columbiatwo "it was very clear that it belonged to perhaps an WED. NOV.7 ROCK & ROLL APPRECIATION DAY
weeks later. individual rather than some..big operation. I think Ride Specials SAT.NOV.10 KIDS DAY'
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Campen loses ELECTIONSfrom page 1

Today's Ballot handgun. Proponents point to the

local same law in California, where 1,803

supportby U.S. House of RepresenState House of Representatives people were stopped from illegally
buying a handgun. Critics say waiting
tatives periods and background checks

rejectingGov. District 6 District 23 erode the right to bear arms.

Art Johnson (Dem.) Cynthia Chestnut (Dem.) the The state third requires amendment local governmentsto says that if

Cliff Steams (Rep.) Sinclair Eaton (Rep.) provide a program or service, it

MartinezBy must also give those governments the
Governor and Lieutenant State House of Representatives money to do so.
Citizens favoring the amendmentsay
JOHN F. BERRY Governor
the Legislature can no longer
Alligator Writer Lawton Chiles (Gov.) (Dem.) District 24 place expensive mandates on local

Area Republicans are backing away from Ben Buddy Mackay (Lt.. Gov.) Bob Casey (Rep.) governments. Opponents say less
Campen their party's candidate for the state Senate or David Flagg (Dem.), legislative flexibility means the statecan't
District 6 seat,after Campen said last week he would Bob Martinez (Gov.) (Rep.) force counties to pay for ser-
not vote for Gov. Bob Martinez,the party's assistant vices they should be providing.The .
Defoor (Lt. Gov.)
secretary said Monday. County Commission last amendment is an open-

Ginny Dinkins, fifth in command in the Florida District 2 government law. It forces legislatorsto
Republican Party hierarchy and Alachua County's State Senate Perry McGriff (Rep.) record certain votes and open

party representative,said local Republicans told her District 6 Penny Wheat (Dem.) many state government meetings.
they no longer'will support Campen."As Proponents say a standardizedopen
a party leader, I can't say anything negative Ben Campen (Rep.) meetings law allows for more
about a candidate," Dinkins said. "But I was terribly George Kirkpatrick (Dem.) public access to state business. Crit-
upset when I read it in the paper, as was everyonein ics say the law is too rigid, becausea
headquarters." large government body needs to

Dinkins and other Republicans are reacting to a Constitutional AmendmentsNo.1 meet informally.
story in Friday's Alligator in which Campen said he Although the County Commissionrace
will not vote for Martinez in today's gubernatorialrace. represents District 2, voters
-An amendment to move the annual state legislative session up earlierIn
countywide are eligible to vote for
the With the amendment the session would in
begin Februaryand
But on Thursday, Campen declined to say if he year. either Democratic incumbent Penny
would vote for Chiles or a write-in candidate. end two months later. Wheat or Republican Perry McGriff,

"I'm going to vote for a change," he said after a local realtor. District 2 includes the
refusing to elaborate for a second time. "Ben No. 2 northwestern portion of Gainesvilleand
Campen is ready for a change." 'An amendment requiring a mandatory three-day waiting period for Alachua County.

Dinkins said some campaign workers were so handgun purchases.. The gubernatorial race is the most '
upset after reading the comment that they came to talked-about. Incumbent RepublicanGov.
party headquarters and removed all Campen cam- No. 3 Bob Martinez is battling Demo-
paign signs and literature."It crat Lawton Chiles,a alumnus and
.An amendment stating that the state must for services that it
hit like a bomb," Dinkins said. pay former U.S. senator. The latest polls
As of Monday afternoon, no Campen campaign mandates local governments to carry out. show the race is close.

material was visible in the downtown Republican Voters in the sixth Congressional
Party campaign headquarters. No. 4An District, which includes most of the
UF political science graduate student Tim ,- amendment calling for meetings between legislators and the area between Alachua County and the
Nuruala, a Campen campaign worker, said he governor, the Senate president or the House speaker to be open to the Florida Turnpike entrance in Wild-
doubted the accuracy of the statement and said he public. It also requires that certain legislative votes be recorded., wood, will choose between incum-
still will vote for Campen. bent Republican Cliff Stearns and
Source:Alachua County Supervisor of Elections
"What Ben feels about the governor doesn't affect Democrat Art Johnson. In state
my support for Ben," he said. "He's a good Repub- House District 24,the western half of
lican in my eyes." Alachua County, voters will pick be-
Campen's campaign manager,Richard Albertson, tween incumbent Democrat David
did not return phone calls Monday. Flagg and Republican Bob Casey.

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The top jobStudent a ow Coma

Government. The City Commission. The

County Commission. The Legislature. Congress. The
White House.In Qd tijI'

every election The Alligator tells you who the paper
endorses and how important it is to vote. We tell you

again and again what a difference students could make if

they would just go to the polls.

You usually don't listen. Maybe you think you don't

have time to vote, or you don't feel comfortable enough

with the issues to make a choice. But this is one electionyou

can't afford to miss as students and as Florida resi-

dents.In .

today's gubernatorial race, The Alligator endorses

Democrat Lawton Chiles, a former U.S. senator. We I''
choose Chiles for two reasons. He is a great choice for tt ?

Florida's future. He also is the last hope we have to save ,
ourselves from four more years of Republican Gov. Bob I fs Q2 Y,t J

Martinez. i o a j,at 199 p
Chiles, a UF alumnus and former UF political science HVRtlCAveS.FLOODS.MUXtlEltlAlOS.CgwC. t/WCCi?.MlQfT CONFLItf MjtojTQKf

professor, has gone back to grass-roots campaigning, lim-
iting his contributions to $100 and ensuring that the people Art the NEA and all that jazz"Say

of Florida, not political action committees, would help ,

put him in office. no to government-approved art" has becomeone 0- Brian
As students Chiles for of the rallying cries for those up in arms over Doherty
we turn to as our hope higher FREE
recent attempts to place content restrictions on artists
education. Florida's finances have THOUGHTGovernment
gotten progressivelyworse receiving money from the National Endowment for
during Martinez's term. The state's population has the Arts.I .

grown exponentially, while the taxes needed to deal with I can join heartily in that cry, despite the fact those is institutionalized theft and a force
that growth have increased only slightly. that gives some of what it takes in order to win the
using it have no idea what it implies. Any supporterof
UF students are required to pay more tuition while the NEA isn't against government-approved art coalition support it requires in its democratic form.
they helplessly watch one-fourth of their summer classes in fact, they are more for it than the most true-blue And in a democracy, the government cannot afford to
offend the loudest richest
largest, or best-organized
trimmed from the schedule for lack of money. Jesse segments of the population.
We need a leader like Chiles who won't stubbornly re- The NEA is all about giving governmental approvalto
When the rules say that the majority gets its way,
art in its most sincere and loving form, the cash
peat a phrase such as "No New Taxes" while the state in minorities must necessarily lose. NEA supporters
grant. Helms and his ilk are trying to limit the scopeof
his charge falls apart. government-approved art (fin a particularly short- should consider that there are, just possibly, more
The other issue that makes Chiles an easy choice for sighted and ignorant way, of course). It is the pro- Jesse Helms. in the world than there are Robert Map-

us is his pro-choice stance on abortion. Chiles has said NEAers who want more government-approved art,and plethorpes.And
he believes the decision of whether to have a baby the sooner the better.There are more than a few quaintold as more decisions are made by government,
cliches that this minorities and freedom lose and more.
explain whole matter more suc- more
should be left to the mother who must it.
up carry" cinctly than I could. Ever hear that"there ain't no such Sometimes I dream of a world where the only art
Under the guise of "protecting the unborn, Martinezhas thing as a free lunch"? or "the power to tax is the form with any skilled practitioners left is the art of
crusaded to put restrictions on abortion clinics that power to destroy"? grant application. There will be many different styles

would, in effect, close them.If Cliches all, and you also might know the cliche and schools, from the dada ("Give me money. Watch
Chiles didn't already have enough going for him, his about cliches: they get to be so familiar because they your overcoat.;) to neo-Classical (a lovely,well-propor-
running mate is former U.S. Rep. Buddy MacKay, also a are so true. You can't separate, either in logic or in tioned nude sculpture with a sandwich board sign
reality, government funding from government ap- reading "give me moneyj.It's ).
UF alumnus. MacKay is a great politician and has the
proval. They are the same thing. a peculiar and disturbing dream, and it is just
ability to make the lieutenant governorship much more
than it has been. Understanding this requires some sober appraisalof the kind of world that the current crowd of NEA
government's nature.It is not the all-giving motherly supporters deserve to live in.
The only Chiles stance we don't agree with is his advo- figure offering non-judgmental sustenance that these Brian Doherty is a Journalism senior. He doesn't
cacy of the death penalty. orally-fixated artist-types dream about. know what he likes but he knows art.

Chiles' election is necessary to bring Florida up from LETTERS TO le THE: EDITOR
the downward spiral Martinez put it in and to improvethe
quality of life for its residents. Article on countyrace for Ms. Wheat. ing the.water supply, the air we
Further,the article statesCritics breathe, causing overcrowding, increasing
We ask plead that to the polls to-
no, we you go
biasedEditor ) charge her with for traffic jams or destroyingsome
was acting
and him in the office. Don't find
day put governor's excuses Friends of Alachua County, a special of our few remaining pristine
not to vote. This race is too close, and you can : The "news" article inThursday's interest group that advocates natural areas).
make the difference.To McGriff Alligator< // on the Wheat- tighter government spending and In the third paragraph, on page
race was not so much a
recap Monday's endorsements, The Alligator news article as it was a promo piece environmental issues." one, the writer also cites critics'charges
chooses Penny Wheat for County Commission and for the McGriff campaign.The Since when is being in favor of that Penny has an"uncom-
George Kirkpatrick for state Senate District 6. We endorse points presented about his tighter government spending and promising style" that "prevents running

Sinclair Eaton for state House District 23 and campaign read as though they safe drinking water and halting en- county smoothly.government" Near the from end of the ar-
might be excerpts from one of his vironmental degradation some-
David Flagg for House District 24. ticle five the writer cites
speeches. The quotes and com- thing to be defensive about? on page ,
ments about Penny Wheat read Penny's response
as Mr. Berry uncritically echoes She produced statistics showingshe
though she was on trial. McGriffs
developer-oriented code 87
alligator voted in the majority on
Editor Make no bones about it, I am an words "consensus"" versus "con percent of the commission's votes.
Judy A. Plunkett ardent supported of Ms. Wheat. frontation. Environmentalists are"confrontational"
the next time you
Mr. Berry,
Managing Editor Opinions Editor She is one of this county's most because they op-
pose certain destructive report on politics, try doing your
intelligent, articulate and candid develop-
Cumella= Reslier what the
Mt9,. Jacqueline public officials. ments.Thus, they stand in the way community a favor. Ask
of"consensus,"that is,government facts are and don't neglect or ar-
Letters Policy Yet John Berry detailed the officials consenting to whatever range them to conform to one candidate's
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be a
benefits that came from several of rhetoric.
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include e typed name address and telephone developer wants, especially when
number. Names will be withheld ,If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call Mr. McGriffs accomplishments, the development would hurt the Wayne Cope
the editorial' page editor at 3764458. while conveniently failing to do that
quality of life here (adversely affect- Mlcanopy'AWGAro

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Former Israeli prime minister


someonespecial.. to speak on Gulf crisis, relationsBy

PATRICIA LEE to make it to the program,"said Accent rity force, Brilliant said.
\tr '. Alligator Writer Chairman Richard Brilliant. Accent is "With all the tension that there's
6"':.. Student Government's speakers bureau been, we're not taking any chances,"
". f1, 1 Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's former prime and the sponsor of tonight's lec Brilliant said. Brilliant also advises
minister and a current member of that ture. early arrival for the 8 p.m. speech since
I'cj country's Congress, will U" "We are lucky to have the auditorium has a maximum capacity
be on campus tonight to r: "" someone of Mr. Rabin's of 1,000.
discuss the Persian Gulf Q stature coming here,"Brilliant Rabin fought for Jewish independence
crisis and IsraeliPalestinian I 1 said. Rabin, who nor and served in Israel's army be-
relations. I mally does not go on fore being named ambassador to the
Rabin,who also servedas d''. lecture tours, was booked United States in 1968. After his five-
Israel's ambassador toW j,, early in the semester to year tour of duty in Washington, Rabin
l\! Washington coming to .. come to UF to discuss Is- gained a seat in Israel's Congress, the
UF to give a free speechat a; !.. raeli-Palestinian relations. Knesset,representing the Labor Align
the University Audito- Now Rabin also will dis- ment. In 1973,he was nominated by the
rium. i.j t. /N J"s cuss the Persian Gulf crisis Labor party as Premier, a post he held
Advertise in The "If any students out j.,,,, created when Iraq invaded until 1977.
Alligator classifieds. there are the least bit con Rabin Kuwait in August. Rabin is an expert in Middle East
cerned about the Middle Accent officials expect a politics and will provide an insightfulview
373-FIND East crisis, they owe it to themselves large crowd and have tripled the secu- into current events, Brilliant said.

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Now To Attend Racial i or-1 ;wpm academic advisor,'4 p.m.2014 Turl- 'I

A February completion date&is set for the Reitz Union's $1.4-million construction prOject ington Hall.ZOOLOGY.
Awareness RetreatStudents in progress. (Photo by Gene Bednarek) SEMINAR, "Orthogenesisand
Evolution: Old Notions Die Hard,
interested in improving rela- by Florida Museum of Natural History
tions communications and interactions Will
Reitz Union Construction curator Bruce MacFadden, 4 p.m., 211
among blacks and whites at UF are invitedto Bartram Hall.

participate in the 1990 Fall Intergroup FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR, "The Ef-
(Racial Awareness) Retreat Nov. 16-17 at Add Meeting Rooms AuditoriumConstruction fects of Nutrition Education Intervention on
the Inn Silver Ocala.
Holiday Springs, ,
Body Weight Change Following Smoking
About 80 students ,
attended UF's
first activities at the Reitz Union colonnade will result in more space- Cessation, by UF food science and human
racial awareness retreat in January. Par- including 12 meeting rooms, two conference rooms and an auditorium, Reitz Union nutrition graduate student Jill Weisen-
discussed and feel-
ticipants prejudices associate director of operations John Neely says. berger, 4.05: p.m., G086 McCarty Hall.
about the and
tween ings them. races interaction be- Neely said the meeting rooms are necessary for student organizations because the LATIN 'AMERICAN STUDIES: FILM,

Spaces for the retreat are limited and existing ones are usually full. "Now it's almost impossible to get a meeting room in SERIES, "Bye Bye: Brazil," in Portuguesewith

will be assigned on a first-come, first- the fall or spring," he said. English subtitles, 5:15: p.m., 2353
The 120-seat auditorium under construction will house the Student Senate, which Turlington Hall.
served basis. To be eligible, students must
currently meets in room 349 of the Union. Plans include installation of voting machines, WEDNESDAYEDUCATION
commit to the 24-hour period between 3
to be former student Scooter Willis, said. The
designed by body president Neely
Nov. 16 and 3 Nov. 17. Appli- BROWN BAG, "Student
p.m. p.m. machines will allow senators to vote from their seats, just as the legislators in Tallahasseedo
cations are due Friday, Nov. 9. he said. Life in China, A Foreign English
For more information, contact Assistant Eunice
Main access to the colonnade addition will be from the second-floor gallery, Neely said. Perspective, by
Dean Willie Robinson, Office for Student
Johnson, English language foreign expert,
Construction of the$1.4-million project, financed by the Capital Improvement Trust
Services, 129 Tigert Hall, 392-1261. Luoyang Institute Technology, Henan
Fund, is expected to be completed in February.
Additional construction, in the architectural planning stage, includes a mall area on Province, noon, 1331 Norman' Hall.
the ground floor, Neely said.The new area will house a Little Caesar's pizzeria, Dunkin' BOTANY SEMINAR, "The Evolution
Disability Awareness Donuts shop, copy center and VCR tape rental outlet. of Competition Performance in Brassica
rapa;Implications for Plant Diversity and
Program Slated Community Structure' by Florida State

UF Reading And Writing Center Offers University biological sciences professorTom
For Wednesday"The Miller, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.

Workshops On Resume Writing GRE Exam SUMMER STUDY IN MOSCOW info
Americans with Disabilities Act"is ,
session, led by Eva Eichhorn, UF foreign
the topic of a program scheduled for UF's Reading and Writing Center is of- For more information and register for study academic advisor, 4 p.m., 2336
2:30: p.m. Wednesday in the Law School fering workshops on resume writing and the workshops, drop by the Reading and Turlington Hail.FRONTIERS .

Cafeteria, in conjunction with UF's job correspondence, preparing for the GRE Writing Center, 2109 Turlington Hall, or OF SCIENCE LECTURE,
Disability Awareness Day and 10th annual and of articles "a" and"the" call "
exam proper use ( 392-0791. "Ramanujan's Lost Notebook, by Penn-
P.L.U.S. (Physically unlimited November and December.
) during
sylvania State University mathematics
University Students) workshop.The
for the which is "Writing Resumes and Job Cor- SNAP professor George Andrews, 8 p.m.,
speaker program, respondence"will be offered on Tuesday, Escort Service University Auditorium.
free and the public is Ms. Stewart
to ,
Nov. 13, from 2:30: to 4 p.m.
Oneglia, Coordination and Review section The five-session workshop on"Preparing Exten Evening HoursNow
chief, U.S. Department of Justice Civil for the GRE Exam" will be held from
Rights Division. The workshop is that Daylight Savings Time has Flu Vaccinations Start
sponsored 5 to 6:30: p.m. on Nov. 26, 28 and 30 and
by UF's Office for Student Services, ended, the Student Nighttime Auxiliary
Dec. 3 and 5. The workshop will discuss In Student Health
P.L.U.S., A.B.L.E. (Accessible Barrier-free test-taking strategies, highlight verbal and Patrol (SNAP) escort service has extended Today
Legal Education) and Student Govern- quantitative skills needed for the GRE its hours to 6 p.m. to 1:30: a.m. Sun- Flu vaccinations are available starting
ment (Disabled Student Affairs Cabinet). and offer practice test opportunities. day through Thursday, and 6 p.m. to 3:30: today at the Student Health Care Center.
For more information, call Student Ser- Enrollment is limited. a.m. Friday and Saturday.The The vaccine must be given about 4 weeks

vices Assistant Dean Ken Osfield, 392-1261. In addition, a free workshop on "Using group of student volunteers, coor- before a flu outbreak, so vaccinations now
Articles ("A" and "The") will be offeredon dinated by the Crime Prevention Unit of may prevent cases that usually appear in

Advance RegistrationContinues Tuesday, Nov. 27, from 2:30: to 4 p.m. the University Police Department, is December and January in Gainesville.
designed to promote safety for students Supplies of the vacdne are limited and
In TigertAdvance walking on campus at night. To get a available on a first-come, first-served basis
Grad Professional SNAP escort, call SNAP, 3921409.Scholarship's ..
registration for spring term from 1 to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednes-

continues from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. today School Reps To Visit days. The cost is $12 for students, facultyand
through Friday and Nov. 13-16 in the staff.
basement of Tigert Hall. Registrar's Of- Representatives from more than 40 AvailableFor For more information, call the Student
fice personnel and counselors will be on graduate and professional schools will Health Care Center, 392-1161 ext. 220.

hand to assist students with registration. visit UF as part of Graduate and Profes- Study In GermanyScholarships

Students may submit course request sional School Career Day, sponsored by for undergraduate and Reading 'By British Poet
forms only during the appointment the Career Resource Center.
graduate who Set
period on their information update form. Students of all majors are invited to at- and want to study in Germany For Wednesday Night

Final course schedules will be mailed to tend the event, which runs from 9:30: a.m. available through the Center for Interna-are Controversial British poet Tony Har-

permanent home addresses during the to 3:30: p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, on the .tional Student and Faculty Exchanges. rison will read from his work Wednesdayat
week of Dec. 27. Reitz Union north lawn.
The German-American Federation 8 p.m. in G-186 McCarty Hall.
Publicity Workshop Today Visiting institutions include Emory scholarships will allow three students to Harrison, one of the most honored
University, Embry-Riddle Aeronatuical study at universities in Germany. British poets, was the target of verbal at-
UF's Office 'of Student Activities is University, Harvard University, Univer- plicants must be of junior status, have Ap-a tacks last year when he read over British
sponsoring a free publicity worksho today sity of Penns of Miami, 3.0 GPA and should be fluent in German. television a poem in defense of Salman
at 4:30: p.m. in 349 Reitz Union. Open Vanderbilt University and Washington Applications for the scholarships, Rushdie.' He has lived on occasion in

to the campus community, the workshopwill 'and Lee University! which have a Nov. 16 deadline, are Florida, and some of his poems are about
" include a discussion of ways For a complete list Of school represen-- available at the Center, 168 Grinter Hall. the state.
organizations can insure success through tatives attending, contact Vicki Tyson at For more information, contact Otto The reading, sponsored by the UF
effective publicity. For more information, the Career Resource Center, 392-1601. Johnston, 259 Dauer Hall, 3922101. English Department, is free and open to
contact Jim Watson, 3921655. the
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GOODFELLAS (R) Nov. 2125. Best offer. 3765869. 11-6-
LOS: 4:00: 7:00: 9:43: ( ) 5-6
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87 Jawa moped $250 obo, Guild electric 1980 TOYOTA ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW '84 Chevy Cavalier, automatic 4-door, FLA/GA tickets Call Jacksonville
bass all wood ?Walnut? 2 Pickups w// CRESSIDAruns RATES, low payments, fast drive- a/c '84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon, collect ((904)724.8781) day or night. '11-7-
humbucker $200 obo, DP weight let well/best/ offer thru service, se habla Espanol S7/-2277 am/fm/ a/c/ auto, 6 cylinder 335.5303.
mount on wall bench Inc. $70 obo Call Call 378.4545, 11135.8 377CARS. WE CARE. 11-16-109' '11-20-109' 11 SERVICESNW
373.6932 IV msg. 1185.6
Furniture for sale. Two sofas, 2 rocking 1987/ Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door '87 Mazda 626, 2door LX, Sspeed, air,
NEW CD'S FOR SALEI! chairs, 1 matching chair, 2 end tables, 4 locks, seats, windows, a/c, auto, wht am/fm tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks 46k Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
$7.$8 IN BOXES from MC Hammer to lamps Best offer, Call John 335.1283. ext/blue Int am/fm tape Exit cond-must mlg. Excellent condition, must sell. 335- near Oaks Mall area, 5 x S to 10 x 20 from
Faith No More all kinds of music Call .'3-5.8 sell best offer 3345053. 11.;.26.9/ 5303. 11-20-100 $20. '10% disc to students. 332.8917.
JEFF @ 334.8503. 11-7-46 1214-76-11

Macintosh SE, 40mb hd, printer, modem VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding con '85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback
Very warm, brand new, unworn leather + lots of software $2,000.374.4309, dition. 10,000 mle completely rebuilt. 5 speed, a/c, am/lm/ tp, sunroof, power SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
bombadier jacket w/ patches Asking Mall Iv msg. ".'3.5.8 White lnt./ext./ Call George at 1-800- door/locks. Excellent cond. 335.5303. Get confidential testing and treatment at
$200 or best offer. Stacy at 3752045. 228.3025. 11-16-10-9' 11-20-109' PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881.
11-8-36 i
7 REAL ESTATEHome Buick Skyhawk-1984' blue Interior/exte/ 74 Dal wagon. Needs tuneup. $500 obo.
FOR SALE) Chevy S10 Pu.82 model, ac, rior 4 dr., am/fm cass, reliable and well '84 Samurai like new. 3600 with G-ville 1
am/tm/ .cassette, toolbox, custom paint for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' cared for, just tuned up. $2800. 332- delivery. 3500. you pick up In MiamI. 375- **
Job.6 months old. Only $2500. Call 935- Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell 6492. 11-659 1477, ,11-1359, Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1-
3761 after 3 pm. 11-636 your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dls.
offers you the cheapest way to Mitsubishi Mirage 1990. ,life miles air Llc/lns Harry/Bill 3744791. 12-14-76- I

COMPUTER Plus, with keyboard, keep your real estate In the public eye. conditioning, power steering am/fm PROBLEMAS CON SU CARRO?
mouse, A external drive $850. Hard drive Where else can you keep your property In cass 3345737. ".6.5-11 See lessons
& some software $200. Call 335.6788. the market for as little as four dollars a Jorge or Jesus at PERFECTION boarding woodser facilities A
11-6.36 day? To make it even easier you can 1979 Volkswagen Rabbit AUTO REPAIR. 4404 NW 13th St. Bays hay rides parties sales working
place your ad over the phone; all Excellent Running Condition New Brakes 11,123.373.3859. students. accepted. 466-3224 375.8080.
YAMAHA Hi.end home system 2-4 ch. need is a valid I Visa or MasterCard Call & Clutch 750.00 obo Call after 5 335.
79 CJ7-runs great, lots of new, tires
amp (mx55)-$300) tuner (t.900)$275) surround 373.FIND today to place your ad. 7117. 116.4.9Pontiac brakes, shocks, carb Asking $3000 obo. *SUNBELT MOVING*
(dsplOO) $250 (cx600)-)
pre amp 332-8489 after 3pm. 11-13-5-9,
$300 also speakers, 30 gal. fish tank wacc. / Duplex for sale 2 apts, close to campus, 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies
Call 336-1095 116-36 2 bedrooms/1 bath. Call 1.800.654. clutch tires, starter. 84k miles a/c I- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng/ dist.
Renault Alliance '1986 41,000 miles 4- Llc/lns Priced for Students! Marty 375-
4544 or 371-8141' 11-20-10-7' am/fm asking only 1600 or best offer call
door automatic, a/c/ am/fm./ Runs
MOVE 12-14-76-11'
WATERBEO- Super Single, everything included 3345290. 11-7-5-9'
clean $1,995. Must sell this weekl)
heater, headboard. $120Call t
372-5691. 11-7-29
Tim 375.4374. (leave message) 11-6-3- 82 Honda Accord LX hatchback, power Close to UF, Convenient

8 1986 Suzuki GSXR750 11000 miles new steer & brakes, a/c/ 5-speed, new 10 WANTEDLocal 4x4x4 lS/mo
tires race pipe K&N jet kit asking $2900 tires/brakes/battery 80k ml $2,850 obo 4x8x8 $30/mo
AUTO ALARM Easy Installation, portable. .
leave Ron 3360582. 11-868, Call George 332 3167, 11-859, 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
2 20 back message.
yr warranty + day money guarantee Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
$t45. Call 378.7104 for more info.. 1973 International Scout II, 4-wheef Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle't Fine
11 956 9 AUTOS drive new muffler excellent condition. Jewelry 373.9243. 12-14-76-10' *FREE*
'1972 Scout II parts vehicle Both for Pregnancy Test
Organ-Yamaha Electone, exc condition Convertible $2100. 372-8401.95. 11-859 **********HELP********* Gainesville Women's
Super Beetle'1972 Must..,
$1000. Dorm,shipping trunk $75. Air NEED FLGAtickets. Will pay $$ lor 4 HEALTH CENTER
ticket fr Atlanta to G'ville $40. Bea 372- completely restored $6000 or best offer tix Call 904-565-1537 Ive. mess 11-9-, 720 NW 23rd Avenue
1981, leave messages 11-626 371-4131' or see at '1132 S. Main. '11-8- Auto Insurance 8-10' 377-5055

Why more? ABORTION To 24 Wks
pay ( )
DP GYMPAC WTS. $95; EXERCISE BIKE Nissan 300ZX 1986 5-speed. am/fm/tape,
Get legal with Generic Insurance. Call BIRTH CONTROL
$25; SKI BOOTS (size 10 1/2)) & POLES air, T-top, excellent condition $8500 or !
$75 3786621, 11836 best offer, Call 3328473. 11-19-100' 371-6667,378-7709' 11-959 TOP $$ CaU Dave at 378.9824. 11-96-' Gynecology Services


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COLLEGE MONEY Private scholar- BY VONDELL Typing A reports A business legal A & Typesetting Theses,
ships' College Scholarship Locators pob 3131 NW 13 St. 3771763Full resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications Diss., & Manuscripts ONLY
1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881. 800-879- sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil A letters A notary .etc.Available Experienced see Grad Sch list
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French LEGE Are available! Million go unclaimed Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality dependable Typing & Wordproc..mgLegal., theses .
QuarterNow yearly. 18003343881. Problems In AlgebraCalculusCall servic Reasonable rates term papers, etc. Professional quality
11-19-50-11 Dwight 335-5578 Lv. Msg. -7-3-11 Laser printer. 377.8175 lit 9.00pm.. 12- & reliable service, Call Nancy,
Leasing 3722750.
1 &2 BR Furn/Unfurn/ BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS TYPING Complete writing & development ser TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA FAST.
vices. Resume House 3718148.' 12-14- ACCURATE. CALL
3 Pools 3 12 SERVICESMICRO 76-12 376-4854.
1233 NW 10th Ave.
Flexible Leases 372-1664 11-29-20-12
Typing/Wordprocesslng. WordPerfect
Close to Campus MC/VISA/lniurance/ CENTERTyping 3760339. Full 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates, Fast reliable typing done by Journalism
Free Pregnancy Test & self service computing. Open until
dependable, personal service. Tara 332- grad. Grammer & spelling checked and
Ceiling Fans Member 10pm school nights. Typing starts & 1469. 121476.12
laser $1.50 Phone
printed @
National Abortion Federation 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service per page.
373-5569. 11-6-5-12
378-3771 12-14-53-11 resumes $2.50/hr 15page. Lasertypeset TypingALaser Typesetting Aresumes
graphics spell check A theses .
reports letters etc. Vpage, accurate, last & reliable. Grad-
9-4:30: M-F **** LET'S PARTY ** papers special characters employment 376-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave. uate school approved 12 years experience -
999-1001 SW 16th Ave. Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ databases mailmerge A training Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 Mary 372-0706. 1172.12
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Term Papers A Typeset Resumes
Business A Legal A Personal Etc. 13 HELP WANTEDJobs
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CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER lor The **MUKAI PRINTS** FOUND: Gold bracelet found In Reitz
Independent Florida Alligator Must own Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator./ / Great (playboy advisor) ? BI? QUESTIONING? Union parking lot on 10/30. Call 335-

reliable van or pick-up truck and be available prices-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical Victoria A.P. $700 GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs 7042 to ID 11-6-3-20
Laboratory 3765563. 618' SW 4 Ave. 1 Lisa Inlo/Referral/Consultailon 12-14-76-16
from 5 am. until 9 a m. Monday XVII, framed $1050'
through Friday Must have excellent drivIng block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15 reduced. Must sell. 3369306. Lost: Gold bracelet on 10/30, poss. on
record and valid Florida driver IIcenie. DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT! Beer, Univ. Ave. or In Bus. Area. Very Special
Pay per route plus mileage.Apply Natural Foods and Vitamins Ski Wear Sale! Bibs $29.99, jackets bowling, billiards at Alley Katz. Open until gift! REWARD call 335-7153.'
Sandals. $79.99 Mon.-Thurs. 111424.18
Birkenstock Polypro long underwear $8.99. lam
at the Alligator offices, 1105 WtatUnlv.r.lly
Sunflower Health Foods While supplies last. Braslngton's Trail FOUND: Prescription glasses In black
Avenue. Ask for the
route 87 SW 34th St 372-7482 Shop. 2331 NW 13 St. 11-30-19-15, THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, case on 1 1st floor at Architecture building
driver No calls Affirmative
application. please
3726724. Old esoteric books, astrology on 10-29 Call Heather 3926755. 11.6-
Action/Equal Opportunity Em. Free Details on "A No-nonsense way to For a strike that won't count you out, signup readings, crystals, mineral & more. 11-
ployer, $500 A Dayl*".send a self-addressed for the mixed open bowling tourney In 9-14-16 FOUND: Orange and white, full-grown

AVON 375.8967Sell stamped envelope..Anthony Fitzgerald 214' Fla Gym by.Nov 6 (minimum 5 players cat. Very affectionate. Found at Gardens
P.O. Box 12984 Gainesville. FL 32604. ). 11-6-2-15' Ever wanted to ski Colorado? Join GORP Apts. Call to ID 3324708. 11.6.3-
Avon Full Part-time. We Train.
or & ski Breckenridge for 1 wk. Only 20
Benefits Insurance. 12-14-76-13' PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get immediate
test results from a reliable source GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI! $650/stud $725/non. Com to 330 Reitz
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881. 1800 Gun Inventory Union or call 392-1655 for more Informa FOUND: black male CHOW approx 1.2
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to
participate Over 500 handguns in stock tion. Deadline Nov 15. 11-13-5-16 yrs old, no tags or collar. Found on 10-31
In new drug study for the treatment NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair in POLOS apt*. Call 335-2485 to ID. 11-
of Jock itch (fungus of groin), call
Get .p.claillud.nl discounts on exams Reloading Supplies, 466-3340 6.3.20
331-5379'' '
and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. Harry Beckwith Gun Dealer 17 NOTICES

... NEEDED. Top Pay Top HOOD. 377-0881 '12-14-76-15' 8 ml. South of G'ville on 441 FOUND: Set of key in Little Hall men'a
Also-Indoor pistol range bathroom on Oct. 23. Call to ID: 336-
FamlllM, NY and Vicinity Au Pairs
Permanent Hair Removal Handicap laellltle Meeting scheduled? Luncheon planned? 0436. 1173.20
Only Inc. 1-800-468-6699. '12-14-54-13 Let everyone know what' happening by
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
Paying $75 to volunteers info about the PERMANENT removal of Press for Success In the Intramural placing a classified adl LOST: All white male cat, wearing collar
qualified to
In for participate unwanted facial & body hair. 3744307. Bench Press Contest Nov 7. Weigh Ins at wblue tag "Sasha". Lost SW Gainesvilleon
new drug study the treat-
2pm contest at 5pm. Call 392-0581 for 1030. Call 3350773. 11-7-2-20
ment of athlete's toot. Call 3315379.
STUDENTS GET CASH Info. 11-7-2-15 18 RIDES

Ann U of F students for Info In sitting for For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's FOUND: 1 key found by fine arts big,A.,
the Dae.-90 FL dental board exam at U of 372-1226.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central KE, thanks for your concern. Please on 11/2. Call 375-1489 to ID.
If your Rickshaw I I. getting a little creaky,
F Dental School, call 336-6753 Iv. mes City. 12-14-76-15 reply. 11-7-2-15
find a ride here In the Rides section! SWANK
LOST of at
sage. : pair pers glasses

Sexy Women with good bodies for a female University Opticians FOR AN INSPIRATIONAL MESSAGE
revue. NO Nudity. Great Pay. 300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480 DIAL 3783359. 19 PETS

Kelhe 376-3417' Robin contact meI I
Stand Above the Crowd
FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC Attention students: free money US
lost your *. AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS. 3m 4f. blue
Serving UF since 1977 grants for scholarships, fellowships, Internships -
merles, red merle, 1 black, 2 reds. $150or Alligator AdvertisingHONOR
and research
Most Insurance accepted residency,
JOBS. 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. grants. Billions of $'s now available. Call $200. Call 3767574.

CIA US Customs DEA Dr. Steven Schargel 24 hr grant hotline. 1-404-880-5426 ext.
373-7070 1003. 11-13-5-15'

Now Hiring Call ((1)') 805 687.6000 Ext. Call ACTS 376-7105' SHOE SALEon F

K-9486 The Spirit-filled over 150 athletic shoe model featuring : Female cat declawed, yellow w/

Campus Ministry Nike, Reebok, Avla & more. Super tiger stripe on legs, white tummy & white
BABYSITTER for 10month- old. M-F closeout prices. Lloyd Clarke Sport tip on tail. Call 813.369.5098, after 11-1,

10:30.3:30: : experience required reliable SKYDIVE 1504 NW 13 St. 372.7838. 11-9-4-15 309-263-2928.. 11-7.10.20
transportation required. Call between 9-
10 am, or 7-8 pm. 371-2497. 11-9-6-13 Skydive with The Williston Skydivers Lost: gold pearl ring on 10/29 at
336-7970. 12-14-73-15 RUSSELL SWEATSFor O'Connell Ctr. found, please call

Paying $150' to qualified volunteers to the largest selection and best priceson Sherry Lee at 3352447. REWARDI! 11-

participate in 6 visit study testing safety SKI SNOWSHOE! your sweats, check out Lloyd Clarke
& effectiveness of Trentmom (Retln-A & Sports. We have 28 colors & many stylesto ..
generic) in treatment of acne. Call 331. $169' ./person! 3 nights lodging, 3 day lift choose from We will match any local i' .. !.. 2_ '-- ._-_ ,
ticket skis, 1 hour lesson, Apres ski
5379. prices because we appreciate your busi
partyl Breakaway Tours 377-6369. ness. 1504 NW 13 St. 11-9-4-15,
Space llmltedl 11-9-23-15 UKR''S COURT
BE ON TV. Many needed for commer- '
cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting This I I. my life, who am I? Just need

info, call ((615)779.7111) ext. T235. 11- MARDIGRAS someone to listen and care? We are here D is accepting applications for:
for you. Your Christian Counselors3779383. -
Limited left' Packages from $159.
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HIRING SALES REPSto Don't miss this weekend. Break- PROCTORSApply
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work part-time, flexible hours. Great away 3776369.

pay: earn an average 2050day./ If 1.
ALLEY KATZ Is a bowling center. We '
you're outgoing call Mr. Jones 373-3281
have It all! Pool, video games, and beer. : 364 J. Wayne Reitz Union

Leonardo' 1245 W. University Ave. Open until 1am Mon.-Thurs. 12-13-43- MYERS SERVICE CENTERWE

Looking for a few good enthusiasticmen SPECIALIZE ONLY IN TOYOTAS Deadline: Wednesday, November 14thRape
Beer, bowling billiards at Alley Katz.
8:30-4:30 4 5
or women. : : or day
Open 1am Mon.-Thurs. DO SOME.
wk. Apply In person 2-4pm. 11-9-4-13 THING DIFFERENTI! 11-14-24-15 376-6752 -' """ .;;,,;. -....--, ,,-. .


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campus. The auction will be held, at the llam-3pm: "Dance Against Rape"
University Police Station on November I
14, 1990 at 9:00: a.m. Included for auction money going to Crime Victim Advocate Programand

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other vehicles which will be auctioned for

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I Ole Miss in driver's seat for SEC titleUnited ,

The UPI Top 25

Press International that game while the Vols,who beat "We were happy at halftime, but Saturday's game against the Fight- The Untied I'rtallnt.matlonll l Board of
Temple, 41-20, Saturday, host No. we couldn't relax," said UF quarterback ing Irish. Coaches Top 25 colfegt botbti!milnp.
Mississippi looks like only the 1 Notre Dame.Mississippi. Shane Matthews. "Look with lint)place vain In parentheses,records
"This was only a stepping stone and total polrm mated(based on 15
fourth, or fifth best football teamin scored all of its what Auburn did against Tennessee. today," Thompson said. "We still point"" for Sr*place,14 lor second,ete.l J.t ]J.
the 10-member Southeastern points in the first half Saturday It feels great to beat a top-5
need to have a good week of prac-
But circumstance has
Conference. when tailback Randy Baldwin opponent. Now we've got some na-
tice. By then, we'll be ready for NOIre DIIIIIt 7-t 828
given the No. 15 Rebels a realistic scored three touchdowns."Our tional pride. The Tennessee game 2.Washington '18 8805,
chance of winning the league total fluke and I Notre Dame. t Colorado )8-.1 897
was struggling in was a hope people 4. Miami '-2 821II.
championship.The the second half,"said Rebels Quarterback realize that." In other Southeast action, Craig Iowa 7-t 551S.
Rebels, 8-1 overall, moved Tom Luke. "But de- "This is andI BYU 7-1 CQ7
our most embarrassing Erickson passed for 355 yards 7.Georgia Tech 1.1).1) 491a
into a tie for the SEC lead, at 4-1, fense just came in and won it for I want to apologize to the playersand while No. 8 Miami overpoweredPitt Tennessee 11-1-2 419a
with UF(7-1)) Saturday by winning, us." their mamas and daddys and 48-0, for the Panthers worst ,10.w Nelxedca ina 8-1 7-1 ::
19-10,at LSU.The Gators,who are "This team is unified," said defensive to the Auburn fans," said Auburn shutout defeat since a 48-0 loss at 11.Florida sate 8-2 328
barred from winning the title because tackle Kelvin Zpritchett.'We Coach Pat Dye following the Tigers Miami in 1968; Amp Lee scored '12.Texas 8- 217
13.Auburn 177
of NCAA sanctions, crushed feel we can do almost any worst lost in their 10 years three touchdowns to lead No. 11 :14.:Mnahelppi' ,; It: 178is
previously unbeaten, No. 4 Au- thing right now." under Dye. "We were the worst UF State over South Carolina, 41- .illInOis .., 122
Clemson H 50
burn, 487.It UF, a 45-3 loser three weeks prepared team I've seen in my 17 10AJabama; which hasn't alloweda 17.MJchiglll 1-3 35
now appears that the SEC title earlier at Tennessee, which tied years of (headcoaching.) We've TD in 14 quarters blanked Mis- 18.Oregon .-' 7-2 20
will be decided Nov. 17 at Mem- Auburn, erupted for 27 second- been living by a thread all season." sissippi State, 220; Southern Mis- 20.19.:Penn Louhvl: SL le / .441 6.2: :10 10

phis, Tenn., when the Rebels, quarter points to lead Auburn 347at SEC rushing leader Tony sissippi edged Southwestern 21:WyomIg ",". ," ,", 0.1'
boasting their best record since halftime and padded its marginin Thompson had 120 yards and two Louisiana, 14-13with a last-play p;22.Taw AIM :. 711-1 6.2.1.' 3
1963, take on No. 8 Tennessee the second half as running back TDs and teammate Roland Poles touchdown;and East Carolina beat if u lrers-. ( '6.2.1:r t
((5-1-2, 2-1-1)). Mississippi has an Willie McClendon wound up with only 19 yards but three TDs as Memphis State, 24-17with a 74- ? Jf
open date this week to prepare for three touchdowns. Tennessee tuned up for next yard TD pass with 2:34: to play.


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