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Chiles walls over Martinez I

And the winners are...

U.S. House of RepresentativesDistrict Chestnut, Flagg, Kirkpatrick, Stearns Wheat take local seatsBy

6 Martinez. lopsided race of all.
Cliff, Stearns (Rep.) 24,400 51% and DONYA CURRIE The unofficial results show that local The Democrats' biggest victory might
Democrats rode Chiles' back to similar have been their fight to replace retiring
Art Johnson (Dem.) 2 ,184 49%
Staff Writers
Alligator the state Rep. Sid Martin in the House Dis-
successes throughout county.
trict 23 race. Former Gainesville Mayor-
Governor and Lt. Governor Florida Democrats and pro-choice sup-
State legislative incumbents David Commissioner Cynthia Chestnut, with
Lawton Chiles (Dem.) 33,616 68% porters were election the as big former winners U.S. Sen.inTuesday's Flagg and George Kirkpatrick easily out- 63 percent of the county vote, beat out

Buddy MacKayBob incumbentGov. distanced their Republican challengers.In area realtor Sinclair Eaton, who took 37
Lawton Chiles cruised past
the state House of RepresentativesDistrict percent of the vote. Though he pickedup
Bob Martinez to become the
Martinez (Rep.) 15,988 32% 24 race, Flagg received 64 per some ground in Putnam County
Allison DeFoor governor.In cent of the vote to 36 percent for Gaines- Eaton lost his third run at the legislativesee
a surprisingly easy win, Chiles at 1 ville physician Bob Casey. Kirkpatrick,
State Senate a.m. Wednesday had taken 56 percent of with 65 percent of the county vote ran Results, 5DONN
District 6 the vote statewide to 44 percent for by local realtor Ben Campen in the most page

George Kirkpatrick (Dem.) 31,597,65%

Ben Campen (Rep.) 16,738'35% Lawton:

State House of RepresentativesDistrict

23 The
Cynthia Chestnut (Dem.) 9,409 63%

Sinclair Eaton (Rep.) 5,51037%

State House of RepresentativesDistrict are winnersBy 4 s3a


David Flagg (Dem.) 21,266 64% ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI

Bob Casey (Rep.) 12,026 36% Alligator Writer

ORLANDO Several hundred people
County Commission filled the Grand Ballroom at
District 2 Marriott's Orlando World Center chant
Penny Wheat (Dem.) 26,994 56% ing "We want Lawton," as they waitedfor i

Perry McGriff (Rep.) 21,459 44% Florida's new governor to appear
Green and pink confetti string blew
over the cheering crowd filled with

Constitutional AmendmentsAll Chiles' friends, campaign workers and
supporters.Chiles finally emerged wear
ing a blue suit and red tie, un-
four amendments passed.No. characteristic attire for the former U.S.
1 senator who had spent much of his cam
An amendment to move the annual paign wearing plaid shirts.
state legislative session up earlier in As the American flag was raised, the DbGHI-DPI
Governor-elect Lawton Chiles shakes hands with supporter Jim Crews as the
families of Chiles and his running mate,
the With the
amendment the
year. Democratic candidate walks four blocks to his Tallahassee voting precinct.
session would begin in February and former U.S.
Rep. BuddyMacKay
end in April. Governor admits defeat
came out, but
No.2An the main star
amendment requiring a three,
was a speech-
day waiting period for handgun pur less Chiles."I Promises to exit gracefully, assist transitionBy

chases.No. think I'm Many supporters, including U.S. Sen.
say Connie Mack, cheered and applauded
3 somethinghere,"he said. Alligator Staff Writer Martinez, who promised Floridians he .I
An amendment requiring that the Chiles said TAMPAWhile waving signs in sup- would exit office gracefully.
state to pay for services it asks local he had just .-- port of Gov. Bob Martinez Tuesday afternoon "...We indicated we were prepared to
Chiles Chipper Hanning sav' make a very smooth transi-
governments to carry out.,
heard from Gov. Bob Martinez, who what the Republican candi- tion to make sure the people i
No. 4 called to say he'd help with the transi- date would learn later that of Florida have a continuous
tion. night about his re-election government" said Martinezas
An amendment calling for meetings "We want to ask the other Republicans campaign."A he stood on stage with his
between legislators and the governor, to come join us," Chiles said. lot of people gave me family and running mate,Al-
the Senate president or the House Although campaign is over,Chiles thumbs down today," said lison DeFoor,a former Mon-
speaker to be open to the public. It said his work has just begun. Hanning who unloads roe County Sheriff.
also requires that certain legislativevotes "This fella and I have made a hell ofa trucks for an area restau- Martinez didn't elaborateon
be recorded. lot of promises," he said. "The only rant.After his defeat,but praised his
way we can do it is if you still help. conceding defeat to administration's educational -
* lumbers reflect Alachua County only.. "(Problems) are solved when you andI Democratic challenger environmental and ,
I roll up our sleeves. I think that's what Lawton Chiles shortly after Martinez law enforcement policies.
'Sourc. Alachua County Supervisor ol Election we have done together. We've decidedwe 9 p.m., the former Tampa "When it's all said and
Office were going to something about mayor thanked several hundred supporters done, I think history will show we ran a .
during a brief address at the Hyatt
see Chiles, page 9 Regency Tampa. see Martinez, page 5



I WHAT'S HAPPENINGCelebrate T.J. Morrissey's -

Video Dance Club .
IM i.w. 1st awnee (SewiitaM ""
: Celebration '91 applications ceptional Children will vote on artwork 222. Men's and Women's A meet at *al MM*k* Ht e T fc -' BULLDOG

for associate producer are submitted by exceptional children 4:10: Men's B at 4:45: Men's C at
due today at 4 at the ODK office. throughout Alachua County fora 5:30: Grad and Residence at 6, and
Applications for division directorsare T-shirt contest today from 10-3 at Sorority and Co-Rec at 6:30.: Call 392-
due Friday by 4:30: at the ODK the Oaks Mall. Call Mary at 334- 0581.Water November 8th!!!
office. Call David Kalchbrenner at 6542. Works: UF Canoe and Raft-
376-9473. It's wild: The Wildlife and Rain Ing Club meets tonight at 6 in Turl
CLASSC: The, College of Liberal forest Committee meets today at 5 ington Room 2342 to discuss
Arts and Sciences meets today at on the Reitz Union North Lawn to upcoming weekend trips. Please
5:10: in McCarty Room 3108. Call discuss recent issues and fundrais- bring T-shirt dues. New members ALL YOU CAN DRINK
374-6764. ing drive. Call Sabrina at 334-7644. welcome. Call 373-2979. PARTY
Show off: The Recreational Jewish: The Jewish Student Union VISA: The Volunteers for International BUD & BUD LIGHT

Sports Department's annual Intra and Campus United Jewish Appeal Student Affairs meet tonight at 9:00 til 12OO ON
mural Bench-Press Contest Is todayin will have a Hanukkah party 6 in Reitz Union Room 347. All are DUDES!
the O'Connell Center weight room organizing meeting today at 5:30: at welcome. Call Gloria at 335-4806. coven LMflM $3.00 / MM $&OO
with weigh-ins beginning at 2 and 16 NW 18th Street Call Jen at 334- Democrats: The UF College tUOtewr Altar 100 IB mr after tiOOD.w
the competition starting at 5. All students 9195 Democrats meets tonight at 7 at the >olr>qt tkM.rtaiOOAMlfl

staff and faculty are welcome. Get tough: The Women's Studies Orange& Brew to discuss the Jordanian
Call 392-0581 or stop by the Florida Association meets tonight at 7 in Relief Fund and election re-

GymRoom 214. CSE Room A101 to discuss plans for sults. Call Chris at 334-6690. GOURMET BURGERS
Pump It up: The Recreational Women's History month and a brief Sail on: The UF Sailing Team and
Sports Department Is hosting a self-defense demonstration. Call Julie Club meets tonight at 8:30: in Turl N.Y. STRIPCHICKEN
workshop given by Professional at 3784493.Life ington Room 2319 to discuss free TERIYAKI
Body Builder Kin Hum tonight at 8 : The Gainesville Right to Life sailing lessons for all UF students. BABY BACK RIBS
in the O'Connell Center weightroom. will present the videos "The Miracleof Call Robert at 373-1566. r
Call 392-0581. Ultrasound" and "Pro-Life Doc Speaker: The Women's Health
He' back: Former Gator Kerwin tors Speak Out" today at noon at 921 Task Force invites students to hear *
Bell will be speaking to the Fellow NW 13th St Call 3787824.Be Dr. Boyd Kellett explain his working FROZEN DRINKSCHAMPAGNE
ship of Christian Athletes tonight at advised: The Journalism and relationship with UF's Sexual As-
8 in the Gator Room next to Gate 1. Communications College Councilwill sault Revovery Services and COAR
Call 3731662.No offer peer academic advisementto today at 5 in Dr. Ken Finger's suite HAPPY HOUR 3 7

meeting: The Financial Man students today from 10-2 at a tablein Shands Hospital. Call Amy at 377. i *
agement Association will not meet the Weimer Hall Courtyard. Call 6298. ALL IN A TRULY
tonight but on Nov. 14 a member of Brian at 3754119Oh Judo: The Judo Club meets tonight GREAT ATMOSPHEREPresents
the Federal Reserve will speak on captains, my captains:There from 6-8 at the Women's Gym.
the bank crisis. will be a flag-football captains' meeting Call Kevin at 336-8159 or Lori at 336- SNUFFVSI017
Vote: The Student Council for Ex today in the Florida Gym.Room 9452.


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I Expansion of stadium to begin at month's end I

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By GREGG DOYEL The expansion project was born in October expensive project won't take away money Brown and Root Building Co., a St. Pe
Alligator Staff Writer 1985, when then-UF Athletic DirectorBill from UF's education budget."In tersburg-based firm, likely will begin con-
Carr and the UAA approved funding fora other institutions, quite a bit of gen- struction within three weeks, Foley said.
By the end of the month,construction that study examining the possibility of enclos- eral-revenue money supports athletics," August 1991 is the target date for the
will turn Florida Field into the eighth largest ing the north end zone. Lombardi! said. "We're lucky (the UAA has) project's completion.
on-campus stadium in the nation will be B.T. Securities Corporation, a New York- developed their own fund-raising." UF has ranked among the top 15 schoolsin
underway, a UF athletic official said. based firm, will finance the $17.3-million Foley said the added seats will generatean attendance every year since 1982, with
The addition of 10,000 seats, includingsky project, UF Senior Associate Athletic Direc- extra $3.7 million at the box office each sellouts of the 62,000 season tickets each of
boxes, will enclose the horseshoe- tor Jeremy Foley said. season,money that will help pay off the loan. those years.
shaped stadium and raise seating capacity UAA has 30 years to pay back the money, The renovation of the north end zone will Saturday night's UF-Auburn matchup,
from 72,000 to 82,000. Regents' records show. close the service road north of the stadium which drew a Florida Field record of 75,459
The Florida Board of Regents removedthe Foley said private funding of athletic-re and eliminate a portion of Fleming Field, the spectators, easily would have filled an addi-
five-year project's final hurdle Friday lated UF projects is nothing new. nearby intramural field used for soccer and tional 10,000 seats, Foley said.
when it gave University Athletic Associationthe 'The Athletic Association doesn't receiveany volleyball and some game-day parking. Already, 4,200 of the planned seats have
OK to release $17.3 million in bonds to money from the state and hasn't since Foley said the UAA will add lights to been sold during the last year, and the rest
- finance the project. The Board is the 13- 1982," Foley said. "Definitely it's a plus that Maguire Field, at the corner of Radio Road should be snapped up quickly, Foley said.
member panel that sets policy for the state's we have the fan support for such projects." and Bledsoe Drive,to replace the partial loss "We wouldn't be doing this if we didn't
nine public universities. UF President John Lombardi! said the of Fleming Field. think those tickets would sell," he said.AMERICANA .

Senate moves meetingto


accommodate events"Following

By JACK REJTMAN Senators will hear two bills, sponsored by d
Alligator Writer the Judiciary Committee, for the first time
Student senators may have spent Tuesday The first bill affects the recent summer-
night listening to a former Israeli prime replacement bill,which forces senators who
minister speak,watching a popular rap artist leave UF for the summer to permanentlygive nor
perform or awaiting state election results, up their Senate seats.It .
but one thing is certain they weren't at was passed two weeks ago on the
the weekly Student Senate meeting. condition that certain student exemptionsbe
That's because this week's meeting was specified at a later date by the Judiciary r .
moved to 7:30: tonight in Reitz Union Room Committee in the Senate rules and proce-
349. dures.
Senate President Those exemptions will
Adam Tanenbaum said U be discussed tonight.
''Fs Student A.v...
the meeting was moved Body The summer replace- a
because a lot of other Constitution allows ment bill spent more than
events were going on four months jumping
Tuesday night. senators to meet from the Judiciary Com-
While Yitzhak Rabin, mittee back to the'Senate
Israel's former prime whatever day they floor and barely escaped

minister,spoke about the want as long they death when it was passedat
Persian Gulf crisis at 8 the Oct. 18 meeting.
p.m.in the University don't cancel the "Everyone has their AlkI
ditorium, rapper M.C. own ideas of which ex-
weekly meeting. ow
Hammer performed in ceptions should be
the O'Connell Center. made," Tanenbaum said.
"There's nothing in the constitution say. the tradition of Senate, I expect
ing we. have to have the meeting on a some debate." C
Tuesday or a Wednesday," Tanenbaumsaid.
The other bill, which changes the structure
"And this way, everyone has a chanceto
participate in the events." of the Board of College Councils' Ex- Sniash''
ecutive Committee is minor amendmentand
UF's Student Body Constitution allows a
should easily, Tanenbaum said.
senators to meet whatever day they want as pass
long they,don't cancel the weekly meeting, Batter STUART BAUER ,
he said., The BOCC is the umbrella organization up
But, if senators reschedule the meetingfor responsible for organizing and coordinatingthe journalism senior Rick Wells takes his turn at the sledgehammer after 'I
another day, they must keep the same activities and funding requests of all of donating to the Red Cross Disaster Smash '90 on Friday.
time, Tanenbaum said. UF's college organizations.

I Day for UF disabled students, Infirmary offeringvaccination I

to, show campus limitationsBy for fluBy I

DEBBIE CENZIPER ABLE worked with Student Gov- workshop on federal disabilityacts of communications for the American 1
Alligator Staff Writer ernment and UF Student Servicesto sponsored by Physically unLimited ELIZABETH CLARKE Lung Association of Florida."If .
arrange activities designed to University Students, anda Alligator WriterIt l)
Students wandering the show faculty, students and admin- speech by Stewart Oneglia,Chiefof they do get the flu, their
makes throb
grounds of the UF Law ,School istrators first-hand what it's like to Coordination and Review sec their'eyeballs lungs can close down, and they
and their lungs as heavy as bowl "
can stop breathing, said.
today may see the uncommon have a mobility impairment. Activities tion, Civil Rights Division at the ing balls. Moving their sweaty
sight of people in blindfolds and will be held today at the Law U.S. Department of Justice, also body from the couch to the bed Complications from the flu
wheelchairs playing golf. School from 9:30: until 2. .are planned. becomes a major accomplishment.And killed puppeteer Jim Henson ear-
The activities are part of a first- ABLE founder and chairwoman Student Services Assistant Dean lier this year and without a flu shot,
ever Disabled Awareness Day, Amy Lowndes said making admin- Ken Osfield said the Law School they spend entire class pe- those with lung disease or other i
sponsored by a Law School group, istrators pay more attention to stu- has the highest concentration of riods sniffing and blowing their risks also could face serious ill J
Achieving a Barrier-Free Legal Ed- dents with disabilities, 'Is the goalof mobility-impaired students at UF.: noses and popping Sucrets. ness or death during the flu sea- I
ucation (ABLE).' ABLE was today's activities. Administrators have tried to make Most students recover after a son, said Infirmary director Boyd ,l
formed last year to protest lack of "We thought this was a good the buildings mostly wheelchair- few days of misery, but the flu can Kellett.
accessibility in the Law School for 'way to' publicize the things we accessible,but there's still work to be deadly for those with lung problems see Flu, page 7 I
people with limited mobility. need fixed," Lowndes said. be done, Osfield said. said Roberta Reid, director \




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fires accused diplomatWASHINGTON I is: 376-6752. 1005 Welt

(UPI) Secretary of State James But the State Department used the little-known e r on 3 ;; :i23flQ'nc
Baker fired Felix Bloch, a high-ranking diplomat national-security provision, and Baker, in signing the 431023rd 1
suspected of illegal contacts with Soviet espionage order, found Bloch's removal "necessary and advis- Prngrsium Music t Avenue
agents, on Monday.It able in the interest of national security because of his Now 3 locations! 3751234Roses
marked the first time the U.S. government has deliberate false statements to the FBI in the courseof "3 FOR 1 Drinks" :;;;;;:'
used national security reasons as grounds for remov- a national security investigation." 2122 SW
ing a State Department employee. The dismissal order also cited his"behavior,activi- 9 till 2 341h 34h\Street Street r1"
Baker's ruling, based on a hearing and a review bya ties and associations,"but those allegations were not 'T.J. tow D..#.* L $1495/Doz 336-1234
high-ranking appeals board, means Bloch's admin- made specific in the final order. Areaftorfto
istrative remedies are now exhausted, and he must Bloch has been suspended from his job since the
turn to the courts for any possible reversal.But investigation began last year, but he remained on the
Bloch, who had been deputy chief of missionat payroll until earlier this year when the nationalsecurity -
the U.S. Embassy in Vienna, has refused to testify charges were raised.
formally about his contacts with Soviet agents. If he His dismissal and salary termination became effec-
were to take an appeal to the courts, he would haveto tive at the close of business Monday. His pension, j
open himself to examination under oath by govern- which would eventually be more than $50,000 a year, I
ment prosecutors.No is not directly affected by the dismissal.
formal charges have ever been raised against While he was suspended and under investigation,
Bloch, but widespread leaks from U.S. government he was followed by FBI teams and, occasionally,
investigators said he had been in contact with a Soviet television camera crews. Periodically, without ex-
agent in Paris and in Vienna and he had been photographed changing any words with them, he would lead themon
handing over a briefcase to the Soviet citizen. "death marches," rapid-paced hikes that would be 25 Buds
According to the leaks, Bloch was taped telling his as long as 22 miles.
wife he had received money from Soviets, but the The State Department and the FBI have never
surreptitious tape recording would not have been revealed what information Bloch is accused turning / upstars
admissible in any American court. over to the Soviets, but as a high-ranking official in industrial/progressive
Bloch, as a member of the Foreign Service, was the Vienna Embassy,he would have had access to the rap soul reggae downstarsc.
protected from dismissal from his $80,000a-year( job highest levels of top-secret documents, including
under normal conditions. arms-control negotiating-position papers.
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I Miami school bus drivers honor boycottMIAMI I

ARE YOU Representatives from
(UPI) School bus schedules were thrown from work, to keep their children out of school and
into disarray Tuesday when drivers honored an elec- to vote. They also asked voters to write in Greer's THINKINGABOUT over 40 schools
tion day boycott called by black religious leaders in name on the ballot as a school board candidate.Blacks throughout the nation
protest of the Dade County School Board's choice ofa were said to be turning out at the polls in record will be on campus to

superintendent. numbers. Bridge the'GAPbetween
Officials said at least 70 percent of the county's 300 "Miami is the Selma,Ala., of the '90s and the South
bus drivers did not report for work, forcing adminis- Africa of the United States," said Rev. Richard Dunn, GRADUATE students and
trators to assign priority to younger children and to a boycott organizer. "This is an issue of racism and professional ';:i' ,
make many high school students find their own way the time has come to face it." SCHOOL? institutions.',Among
to school. Organizers dismissed concerns that keeping stu-
those s hooIS'are:
"We kind of knew this was going to happen, we dents out of school could send them the wrong '
didn't realize it was going to be this significant," said message about their education. They said the kids 3: ::;:',: "v;",-..:, ;N-:<,<>?:Y "

school transportation chief Bill Stiernan. "We had were getting a valuable civics lesson.At ?;/: Embry-Riddle U.
estimated that 50 or 60 percent of the drivers would a noon rally attended by more than 1,000 people :<;:-; Emory University
not show up, not the 70 percent that happened this outside the school administration building, all stu- RADUAT'PROFESSIONAL Florida; State U,
morning." dents were told to come up to the front of the podium. {: ;
Several students and teachers also adhered to the Four caskets were placed on the podium to repre- ,*',: Harvard*,\,:':<::':",<>-
boycott that was staged because the school board sent the deaths of civil rights, human rights, equalityand ':r Loyola University
passed over Tee S.Greer,a black man with more than justice. Speakers said it was time to bring them :SCHOOL lA ry'': T;\;MearcerUillversityrTlnrlhetLlsern',
30 years experience in the school system,in replacing back from the dead. fOVEMBEE "lf' : ,, : :'
former school superintendent Paul Bell, who died ofa More than 1,700 students, or 70 percent of the ,{;" ::
heart attack last month.As student body, stayed away from predominantly black NORTH.LAWN :'; > Saint Thomas U.
Bell's successor, the board chose Octavio Edison High School.At :REITZ UNION; J c;, Sanford UniversitySoutheastern
Visiedo, a Cuban who has been in the departmentabout predominantly black Edison Elementary School, ..MIMMkM.,. ;:; U.
seven years.In about 60 percent of the 927 students showed up and II: Stetson University
protest,black leaders asked people to stay home 15 of the 75 teachers stayed home, officials said. < ':
;;I U.. of AlahamaUniversity <:

. Democrat arrested after campaign sign scuffle I Business Law, Medical, Social, : {,, ;of':Miami

Work and much of
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The head of the Leon member running for re-election. :<: University Pewu
County Democratic Party was arrested Tuesday and Political operatives have reported an escalatingsign more! ,:,:Vanderbilt U..:,::, ::'"
charged with battery following a scuffle with two war in Tallahassee.
Republican volunteers he reportedly accused of steal "There hasn't been that kind of activity for the local
ing campaign yard signs. races,"said Deborah Lee,21,another GOPvolunteer."But .
Jon Ausman,37,allegedly pushed Mark Mandt,21, the other races, because they are so close, have PREGNANTMOTHERS
to the ground at a polling site in Tallahassee and then been particularly bloody.
knocked down another volunteer, Michael Cunnin, "I would like to see that it doesn't happen again," :
20, who had come to his colleague's aid, said Dick she said. "And I would like a public apology." '
Simpson,' spokesman for the Leon County Sheriffs Chiles signs were defaced with the word"burnout," PLEASE
Department. Both GOP volunteers were college stu- spray painted in red, while other yard signs were DONT SMOKE!
dents. marked with an international"no"symbol, a red circle
Cunnin suffered a large gash over his eye and was with a slash through it. Hm or riifN good/rtosom to quit
taken to the hospital for stitches, Simpson said. Earlier, Republicans posted signs along a major wokkeg now:
Ausman was released on his own recognizance. road saying, "Buddy, you're still a liberal," referringto I tooting r WIanIs the growth of
Ausman also is campaign manager for Democratic Chiles running mate Kenneth "Buddy" MacKay, your bob}
congressional candidate Pete Peterson. Ausman's who narrowly lost a 1988 Senate race after being 2.....1ncrtastS Infant W04
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Like Kirkpatrick,Flagg won by
page 1 page 1 an almost 2 to 1 margin. But

good administration," he said. seat. Tuesday night, the incumbentsaid

Surrounded by three big-screen televisions In the County Commission he wasn't surprised by his
showing network anchors projectIng large victory.
District 2 race, Democratic in-
Chiles as much as 12 percent aheadof cumbent Penny Wheat carried Flagg also said he expects a
Martinez in the vote tallies, campaign her environmental cause to a win Ct smoother legislative session with
supporters braced themselves for defeat
over former Commissioner Perry .. Chiles' help.
early in the
evening. McGriff. Wheat took 56 percentof "This is going to bring about
"I'm a little apprehensive," said Boardof the ,
vote. "
some unity of purpose, he said.
Regents member
about Carolyn Roberts at The Republican's only bright If,' +4. ,.i" 4 "Florida's at a crossroads and I
7:30 :
: Roberts, who Alo
p.m. was ap- spot was incumbent U.S. Con- think the light just turned green."
pointed by Martinez to the state
Cliff Stearns. With 51 ii
universities' governing board, said she Joining veterans Flagg and
voted for Martinez that morning.Roberts' percent of the county vote, Kirkpatrick in the Legislature is
Stearns skidded past DemocratArt __ Chestnut, the newcomer who
colleague, Regent Alec
Johnson for the House of
Courtelis,mourned Martinez's loss based her campaign on better
Representatives District 6 seat.
the governor's last education funding.
support during
But the most talked-about
month's budget cuts. race Chestnut said Tuesday night
Tuesday the for the
Courtelis said he didn't know how a was one ) that she must "do a lot of home-
governor's mansion. And Chiles,
J work"to become A-student in
Chiles administration would affect educa an
a UF alumnus and former UF the .
tion. Legislature."I
political science instructor,
soon Cynthia Chestnut, winner of the House District 23 seat, talksto
"We haven't tried him yet, Courtelis will be moving in. Alachua want to go to Tallahassee
said. "It's hard. It's early. We just don't County mirrored the statewide supporters while waiting for election results Tuesday night. and work to bring home the revenue

like to lose." results, giving Chiles 68 percentof stance hurt the one-time Demo- dustpan for helping "sweep" the for Alachua County," she
Neither did Martinez's campaign man- its voter support. A total of crat. area races. said,with a victory cigar in hand.

ager J.M. Mac Stipanovich, who said the 50,384 county residents voted "Bob Martinez has been the Following a race that was over- "For the University of Florida, I
governor probably would not return to Tuesday, a 64 percent turnout. nation's most prominent anti- shadowed by negative campaigning want to maintain what we have
politics after leaving office in January. Both Chiles and Martinez rana choice governor and today he and mudslinging,a emotional and try to increase the funding."

"He liked serving," Stipanovich said. pro-environment, tough-on- paid the price at the polls," she Campen spoke to about 70 sup- While Democrats such as
"The people have retired him tonight. I crime campaigns. But the abortion porters at his campaign head Chestnut were celebrating, local
believe the governor is through with pol- issue divided the candidatesand said.Dawn Koren,president of UFs quarters. Republicans were counting their
itics. separated the voters. Chilesis College Democrats, once had "The campaign must come to losses.
Stipanovich called the election a vote pro-choice,while Martinez has Chiles as a professor. She was at an end, and I always have to "When we build a two-party
against Martinez's failed service tax and continually lobbied for abortion a Democratic rally in downtown remain close (to campaign work- system, you win some and you

his anti-abortion stand, rather than an restrictions.Kate Gainesville Tuesday night. ers). However this campaigncomes lose some," said Ginny Dinkins,

endorsement of the former U.S. senator. Michelman, executive di- "We think this is going to be a out, you can call me," he the state Republican Party's as-
"In the end,Bob Martinez was defeatedby rector of the National Abortion Democratic decade," she said said, interrupted by a standing sistant secretary.

a negative image of Bob Martinez that Rights Action League, said Tues- after the College Democrats ovation."If there is anything I can United Press International con-
has been built up over three years." day that Martinez's antiabortion handed Kirkpatrick a broom and do for you,just call me." tributed to this report.

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glad to see UF offer, as part of next semester's

schedule, a course designed to improve students' racial '

awareness.The course, called Cultural Diversity in the United So where the hell is Bart anyway ? I

States, was recommended last spring by the Quality of

Life Task Force, a group of students and faculty who ex- "Cox Cable doesn't have the Fox network? No way, Mark Raines

amined black and Hispanic campus life and made sugges- man. Please say it ain't so!" LIFE ;

tions to improve it. When I first heard that Gainesville does not havea ) GOES 0
Fox affiliate station on its cable system, I could not
When the task force first came up with the course believe it. I determined to find out who is
was respon-
I asked Marshall the Ocala-based Channel
why 51,
idea, members discussed whether to make it mandatoryfor sible for the fact that students have to go to local bars WOGX-TV, does not become a Fox affiliate. From

students. They decided against mandating it because and restaurants to watch"The Simpsons"on Thursday viewing Channel 51,1 I thought this local, independent
some students might resent it, which would go against nights. I thought maybe if I could find a single villain, station would be a perfect Fox affiliate. Marshall told
I the course's intention. I i students could organize an old-fashioned mob and me I would have to ask someone at Channel 51 that
proceed to tar and feather the individual in an
The class, POS 4930, will inform students about the ac- assembly.First open question.

complishments of black, Chinese, Cuban and Jewish I spoke with Cox Cable's Programming Manager I discussed ""The Fox Question" over the phone
with the Vice President and General of Channel
I Manager -
Americans and the causes of bigotry against them. Arthur Marshall. Mr. Marshall was obviously
51,Mel Grossman.Mr.Grossman was pleasedto
We hope students take advantage of this class to fill distressed with the fact that Cox Cable does not havea discuss this topic with me. He loved the very fact that I

either their humanities or social science general educa- Fox-affiliated station, especially now that many Fox referred to Channel 51 as a "perfect Fox affiliate." He

tion requirements. The class also counts as an elective.In shows are very popular.He said the people at WOGX feel the same way.
told me the Federal Communications Commis-
addition to filling school requirements, students sions has copyright regulations that limit a smallmarket Grossman confided that Channel 51 has talked to

who take the class are bound to learn things they won't cable system, such as Cox Cable,to providing only Fox executives several times and was told by Fox that
get in their basic history courses. one non-local, independent station. An independent WOGX would be a perfect affiliate, but Fox still will

We also hope many students request the course, prov- station is a station not affiliated with a broadcast not affiliate Channel 51. The executives told WOGXto

ing to administrators that they're ready to learn about network (ABC, NBC, CBS) or a cable network (CNN, contact Fox again in a year.

other cultures. Only one course is offered in the spring, USA, MTV). Services like HBO and Showtime are The general manager of Channel 51 feels a strong
premium stations, not independent stations, because relationship exists between Fox and its Fox affiliate in
but if students show they like the class, maybe more will viewers subscribe to these services separately.The Orlando, WOFL. Grossman said that this relationshipis

be offered in future semesters. ,Turner Broadcasting System (WTBS) is the causing Fox's reluctancy to affiliate WOGX.I .

The cultures of other people and the problems they've one non-local, independent station that Cox Cable I found the culprit. It is not an individual who can

faced in this country are a basic element of a student's offers.WTBS has been on Cox since WTBS originated.It be tarred and feathered. It is not Cox Cable or Channel

education. This course is a big step in the right directionfor is the most popular cable service nationwide, so it 51.The group responsible for students having to leave
UF. would not be beneficial to drop WTBS and add a their homes to watch Homer, Bart and the clan is the
non-local Fox affiliate. "Fourth network" itself. With Mr. Grossman's help, I
When the task force recommended such a class last se-
Marshall added that one way for the Cox Cable will be contacting Fox in the near future.
mester, we were concerned it might remain just that, a
system to provide a Fox-affiliated station would be to Fox,
Bart would this to
Simpson probably not say
recommendation. We're glad to see administrators take pay a huge copyright penalty for having more than but what I am about to say is based on this radical
action. one non-local, independent station.The cost for copy- dude's common phrases.Eat .
We hope one day the class can be required for fresh- right penalties would result in much higher rates for
shorts, Fox!We're the Gators.Who the hell
the approximately 42,000 Cox Cable customers. Another my
men entering UF without causing resentment
among possibility would be for a local station to become are you?
some We believe that elective can do
groups. an course Fox-affiliated.
Mark Raines is Q UF telecommunications Junior.
wonders for campus relationships, but only a required
course can reach the people who need this information.The LETTERS TO THE EDITOR i

students on this campus are diverse, but their atti- The who for this event, Kirsten, I'm going to me I was not allowed to leave.
tudes, unfortunately, aren't. We need to learn about each only one have to charge you$25,"the dress- What??, Excuse Me?!?

other's past to understand how we can best live togetherin Jets UBU' is you code chairwoman told me. It was a, I was 20 years old and they were
nice outfit I wore it to church
the I not ALLOWED to
future. telling me was
Editor: Have you seen those new that It
was good enoughfor words for
Panhellenic T-shirts? "Panhellenic God. leave. I had a few choice

Lets UBU."Lets do a reality check. The second them and left anyway. Wasn't allowed
semester I was a to leave. Ha.
During Rush Week the Panhel- "
"sister, and went through more
alligator Editor lenic and Rush counselors told us hell than I have ever been through.My It's been 2 years since I left, and
how to dress, how to act and whatto self-esteem was close to'zero.. I've got my self-esteem back. I let
A. Plunkett
Judy '
say. My Rush counselor told us We were always told we were not me be me
Managing Editor Opinions Editor that if the media asked us questions skinny enough or didn't
wear of
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier. about Rush, we should say that it'sa enough make-up or didn't do something The day I become the Queen
lot of fun. It wasn't, though.I else. England is the day when Panhel-
Letters lenic or any sorority lets you be
joined a sorority anyway and When I finally decided
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one by-10 page). They should be had "sisters" tell to leave you. _
me to wear,
typed double spaced and signed They should Include I typed name, address and telephone the sorority,I had to write an essay
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have any questions call how to act and what to say and do. to the national headquarters..A Kirsten Clprt
response -
the editorial' page editor at 376-4458.
"If you don't change your outfit came back weeks later tell- 4JM

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Next time you 1 feed I get the flu shot,other students also he said. United States, Reid said.
your face, page 3 may want to talk to their doctors Those at risk, including peopleover After a patient receives a flu
This flu season, which runs De- about getting the shot because ev- 65, need flu shots because shot, which is a small dose of the
cember-March, UF students can eryone should try to prevent the they have weak lungs and face virus, antibodies multiply and pro-
prevent the illness with a flu shot flu, Reid said. additional danger if they catch the tect against a severe case of the
from the Infirmary, Kellett said. More than 64,400 Alachua flu and their lungs get congested, flu.If
The shots will be given Tuesdayand County residents and 94.4 million Reid said. the vaccinated person comes
Wednesday afternoons from American caught the flu in 1989, Pneumonia, which killed\ Hen- in contact with the flu, they
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groups. can recover quickly with sev- diseases that can attack an already symptoms include a fever
o. The Alachua County Health De- eral doses of their favorite cold weak immune system,Kellett said. over 101 degrees, nasal conges-
0think partment also gives flu shots Mon- medicine,some warm tea an d a few Henson was 53 when he died tion, sore throat, dry cough and
about your heart day-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. by days in bed, Belcuore said. May 16, after a bout with the flu aching muscles, Kellett said.
t appointment for $5, said Tom But anyone with asthma,emphy- progressed into pneumonia. His Reid said the shot shouldn't
American HeartAssociation Belcuore, director of the Health sema, lung cancer or other lung doctors said he was healthy before cause any side-effects beyond a
Iv and Rehabilitative Services, Al diseases, should get a flu shot by catchhg the flu. slightly sore arm, but Kellett said
WERE FIGHTING FOR achua County Public Health Unit Nov. 15 to allow the body time to Since 1979,pneumonia and influ- some mild flu-like symptoms could
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to market those services for foreign
exchange dollars, Schmidt said.
Alligator Writer During his visit to UF in early

UF and Makerere University in October, William Senteza-Kajubi,
Uganda, known as the "Stanford of vice-chancellor of Makerere, dis- @
Africa," will exchange faculty over a cussed creating an alumni associa-
three-year period to teach and con- tion, increasing research grants and
duct research in AIDS education,for other entrepreneurial enterprises to E
est preservation and human-rights help generate outside income.
development. One exchange project targets a
The faculty exchange will begin in widespread problem in Uganda -
late November when a member of AIDS.
UF's Wetlands department will go to Uganda has reported 8,000 cases JTA Shuttle Buses from Downtown to Gator Bowl Continuous service from free parking lots.
the field station in the Kibale Forest, of AIDS, the highest number of any
) will lots regularly.
round EXACT FARE ONL Shuttle! return to parking
said Peter Schmidt director of UF's African country and one of the high- Only $200 trip.
Center of African est in the world.
Studies. In January, Also, of its approximately
the dean of "It could becomea 17 million 0" :

Makerere's law people,an estimatedone ON"" GmarMNaOeassn""na. "AN MN aml"Mlots. ONlY.fIt''.......
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travel to Uganda the nationto ing to the New En- +' 2 LAKEWOOD SHOPPING CENTER (Vrinttitf BM on /the Soultnttlt/ )
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The exchange is study in a Medicine.To 0 GATEWAY SHOPPING CENTER (Norwood Avenue in,Iht/ Nwthmti/ / )
part of a$73,000 Ful- help stem the Ban bad l in lit poking 101..011....Amen md leave till 1 100 A M
bright grant unique environment tide, UFwants to im- Gators DARLINGTON EXPRESSWAY HALL (Express Stmct Road In.Arlington)
awarded by the prove AIDS education Bum load in to poking lot MWM Iron Pubk md Nave II II00 A M.
United States Infor. through a Q vs. Roundhp, l two w tt 00 EXACT FARE ONLY lost:
mation Agency, a program devised by 0)BEACH PLAZA (BelCh Blvd. at the Beadles)
branch of the State -Peter Schmidt Dr. Parker Small, a Bulldogs Bum laid in the puking lot moss Iran.Wim, Dixie. and Inv*it' t 10/10 A M
Department. Last professor in the Im- )SOUTH BEACH REGIONAL SHOPPING CENTER (A IA i J Tunrn Butler
Director of UF's Blvd. if/the BaOnil'
and Med-
February, UF applied munology Bum laid in tit rnddf*of It*pvtag W and lava MOM A M.
for the grant Center of ical Microbiology 0n3
along with 21 other department. His
universities. Four African Studies program stresses Newnan & Coastline Bay & Julia -

grants: were behavior modifica- Liberty & Coastline Hogan St at Jax Landing
I I awarded, and UF's.proposal ranked tion through case studies, which will
first, Schmidt said. be altered to African lifestyle.

According to Schmidt, Makererehas There also are plans to create a Park lots-Then Skyway the Landing(Only 25*each ).
declined steadily due to the bru- field station within the Kibale Forestto at to way
tal dictatorship of General Idi Amin study forest preservation and In- Party awhile and then take the Shuttle to the game. I I
during the 1970s. Many faculty members digenous species.
fled the for fear of their
"If we can set up the station, it
lives,while those remaining suffered would be the first such operation in
through terrible hardships, Schmidt "
Africa by a mainstream university, 11
said. Schmidt said. "It could become a ;

"The bad conditions at Makerere gateway institution for students L l lo
caused the faculty to lose self-worth- across the nation to study in a unique
and their energy had to be diverted environment."

towards daily survival," Schmidt said. Faculty at Makerere already have > a t l r D ,

Another cause for the decline was started a Center for Human Rights
the theory among African universities and Peace and invited UF to partici-
'wR' A@S eL '
that they must rely solely on pate. With the assistance of a more -
government support, which often is benign military government,the Center s a aL
deficient. The Makerere faculty now is rewriting the Ugandan consti-
realize the unique research opportu- tution and establishing governmental
nities Makerere offers,and they hope checks and balances, Schmidt said. I o lI


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from page 1 the band started playing the tune "Happy ular by the Arsensio Hall show. Mike Green of Winter Park,a Republican,

days are here again" and supporters sang, The theme of the night could be seen in said he voted for Martinez in 1986,but voted
our state. "Bob Martinez didn't win again, happy daysare banners that hung on' the walls: "This time for Chiles on Tuesday."I .

People in the past week have told Chiles here again." the people won."
put (Martinez) in, now I'm helping to
that they haven't been this excited since the People moved to the podium, decoratedwith A realtor from Orlando and longtime get him out," Green said.

1960s. green balloons and green paper chain, friend of Chiles, E. Everette Huskey said he

"I started hearing the word Camelot," to get closer to the candidates they had thought the $100 campaigncontributionlimit Green also liked the limit on campaign
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3 blocks from UF, 1 blk off Univ. Ave. $345/mo. Call John 3734694.
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$225.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR, A. 11-9-5-4 : ::: : ::: ..: ,: y .' :

Available-I blk to UF, coed coop Frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338. :::-,-: t.For:::: '::: Rent'Fl.IrnJshed

all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, 1839. 1.1-14-10-2 Sublet Ibdr/lba/ NW 7th Terr ac/heat, ': : In Person:

parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. great for living alone, close to UF, quiet, .: :. 2 ; For Rent t i Unfurnished d Cash, check, MC or VISA.
117 NW 15th St. 3774269. 12.14-62.1 Super Clean 2br/1 ba duplex apt c.nlllC no deposit $240/mo Call 3785945. 11-7- :
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ht, fenced yard, bike to UF, pet ok 3.4 ::! ; : v j. The Alligator Office

Oakbrook 2/2 (urn. and unfurn. Room $330/mo. Call Sarah 3753378. 11.7.5. : ; :(.s.: For Pent/Sate/ I V;: ; 1105 W. University Ave.
mate matching avail. Wash/dry. From 2 Must sublet immediately, 2 bed/1 ba apt. M-F8 .
." 62.50. Diversified Properties, REAL SW area, close to UF, Shands, and shop \: 4'::1': Sublease "' House/Apt./ :.>. : am 4pm

TOR. 373.9375 or 3789090. 11-15-10- 2 BR duplex In country setting, air, near ping center. 2 swimming pools, ask 320- :: Main BookstoreHub

1 shopping, pets ok, $275 no deposit, call 334-5428. 11-13-5-4 k'S : Roommates .:: Customer Service Desk
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UF professor seeks M/F professor or grad 372-3060 SUBLET; Georgetown Apartments Available ..
student share nice house In quiet NW 11-9-5-2 now, great location. i50/month, 7 Heal Estate :'. Reitz Union, Cashier's OfficeM
location. $250/mo. (utll. Included!) No deposit November free! Call Steve at 336-1338 ': '. F 9 am 9 pm
Month 8 Motorcycles Sat ft Sun Closed
by month. 377-9963 after 7. ONE MONTH FREE on studio and one leave message. .' bedroom apartments. Walk to UF COL. Female 9 '' : Autos ;:::.:. Medical Bookstore, Shands
n/s roommate needed to sublease
LEGE PARK 411 NW 15 St. 371.7777
Mill Run-secure 2 bdr/ 1.5 ba condo. 11-9-6-2 a room In 3bdr/3 bath apt. In Polos 10 wanted ,.. M-F.8am 4.30 pm

Pool, 'laund., dshwshr, turn opt. available 1/91. $247/mo. + utll. w/d,
$400/mo. neg. Call Deana 392-5910 W vaulted ceilings, fana. 335-6709. 11-14- 11 Services .< By Mall:

or 378-4511 I H. 11-0-3-1 Large studio 225 00 1 BR 250.00 5.4 12 Services Use forms appearing weeklyin

9 blocks to campus second floor Typing the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by

3 Blocks from UFI 2 bedroom/I bath. private entrances 373.5663 Sublease nice 1 bd apt Pets ok avail nowl 13 Help Wanted mail. MC. VISA, or checks only.

$150 unf/$175/ furn. Available mid-Dec. partly furnished if needed. 11-15-4-2 conv. location. Bike to school good for
Nice backyard. Male/Female. 332.5825 sngl. or cpl 9 mo. lease $260/mo. 378. 14 '. Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

anytime. I 1.93.1'I 2br. 1 ba. apt. wood floors, big fenced 6987 1 15 Personals ; >" Payment by VISA or Mastercard
yard. Quiet neighborhood. 10 min. bike to ONLY. Five dollar minimum.

UF. $360/mo. incl. water 3717747. 1 I. 16 Connections M F 8.30 4 pm.


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Walk to UF from this 2BR eff. Inc. some ;
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk utilities $275 N/S/ Fern needed to 1 18 Rides ":
Key Management share room, $160/mon + 1/3 utll 19 Pets cancel your ad:
to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-$280, 372-3060 fully/nicely Turn, many xtras-call Howl!

2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. 11-9-5-2 3730024. 117155TREEHOUSE 20'Lost.; & Found Cancellations:

Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. : :: : Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri, 8' 4 pm.
''I I Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- Duplex for rent, 2 bedroom 1.5 bath, full VILLAGE No refunds can be given.

76-2 kitchen, pets allowed, close to campus, Roommates available. Reserve your

$350/month, Call 371-8141 or 1-800-654- room for spring Bus serviceto o When will Alligator errors:
tiak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet 4544. UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn. your ad run?
Check ad the FIRST
your day it\ runs
washer/dryer available In most units for $175-$250 per roommate7month.
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, I & 2 Bath 1 bedroom apartment In Viscaya. Great MZ Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor Call 373-FIND with any corrections before

$250.$375"c & Imr. 3726422. 12-14- location, January-August lease. 375-0207 Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
j 76-2 $295/mo.11-14-S-2' / Call 375-9961 leave message. DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected

2 BR In SW 9 month lease. Cent air, Female non-smoker to share 2br 2ba apt Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.:'

hook-ups, near Mall, only $285 w same. $245 + 1/2 utll. must like cats! Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given alter

Key Management 3353784. 11-28-20-5 placing the ad. Changes called In after
372-3060 MOBILE HOMES: days to appear. Ads
the first day will, not be compensated.
11-9-5-2 Male roommates. 3 blocks to UF. $120 may run for any length of time

3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo double, $175-$200 single. Includes utilities and be cancelled at time. Customer error or changes:
INCREDIBLE Share kitchen and baths. W/D.
must be made In person at
Efficiency Apt. Farms- rentals from $260 Incl. 378-8122,376-6652. 111512.5 Sorry, but there can be no re The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.

Starting $185 water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn funds for cancelled ads.ROOMMATES. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.
Starting at $235 12 BedroomMEADOWCREST main. Also some great buys. Quietl Will Roommate M/F Brandywlne, Jacuzzi,

take long term travel trailers 378-9291 sauna, volleyball, welghtroom. pooltable.
110 NW 39th Ave Open weekends too. 12-14-47-3 300/month + 1/2 utll. Call 373-6213 after
378-3988 11 I pm. 117.55

375-3861 1987 Fleetwood 14x70 2 bdr/2 full bath, ROOMMATESRoommate wild/ hook-up, appliances Incl., close to Female, NS, student needed for Spring

campus. Rent $350/mo + $150 sec. or for semester. 2 br 1 1/2 bath. $160 + 1/2 F N/S for Spring in 2bd/2.5b apt. nicely' wanted. Now or Spring. Female .
Check Our New Util. Call 332-9618.
Specials' sale $2000 down
+ take over payments. furnished except for own room. Must be prefered nIl, share 2 bdr/2 ba townhouse .

FURNISHED All Amenities UNFURNISHED Available 3765990. I 11-8-5-3 NOV. FREE! F N/S roommate needed neat. $200. Call 374-8428 'leave mes with a nice couple. Close to UF,

Roommates Available Must sell 1972 Manatee 12 x 60 2 bd 1 asap to share spacious 3bdr/3bth apt in sage. 11845Studious own room, washer/dryer/dlshwasher./ No
pets, please. $130/mo + 1/3/ utilities.
We're No. 1REGENCY ba, Wild hookup, shed. Close to Reflections-brand new-own rm/bth-ln-
storage clean n/s F Call
to share very nice 3763807. Tom or Cindy after 5 pm.
cludes Extras-hot-tub
wash/dry. ,
OAKS Oaks Mall. $5500. Call 332-0686, Ive SW luxury condo townhouse. 2bdr/l 1/2
378-5766 weightrm, sauna, tennis, etc. 245/mo
mess. 11.21.10-3 bath Oxford Manor- female to share 2
Call wash/dry, many extras. $240/mo + bdr /2
Alex-375-6296 leave 11-
., 3230 SW Archer Road 85.5 message. 1/2 util. Available Jan I 1st. Call 332-8323. ba apt., partially furnished ADT security
COUNTRY GARDENS 11-9-5-5 system. $250 + 1/2 utilities. Call LeA-

373-4500 nne or Joy 377.4058. 112110.5
SUBLEASE Room for rent: master bedroom w/ own
2001 SW 16th Street : Rockwood Villas. N/S
roommate for
bath, walk-In closet, carpeted, full own
12-14-76-2 bd/ba In furnished Liberal M/F n/s roommate to share 4 bill
4 kitchen, living area, NW location, 225
HOUSE/APT. Call 336-1056. 11-9-4-5 2 ba house close to campus. All modern
SPACIOUSONE p.r/monlh,373.7702. 11-14-8-5 conveniences. $212/mo + 1/4/ util.! Call

BEDROOM APT, Sublet I bedroom apt. through July 91, RoommateMF FREE November Rent! Killer House 3739584. 11-14-5-5
ONLY $273MO.LYONS N.xllo pool. PETS ALLOWED. Close to Seagle Building penthouse needs new roommate, all wood floors.

APT4000SW20THAV. UF & shopping, 750 square feet. Archer great view, extra safe, spacious, On 6th. close to campus) Great kitchen, Roommate needed asap to share 2bd/2
hot tub of klndl)
one a $325 1/3 utll.
S77-8797 Woods. Call 372-2424. 11-9-11-4 I Call 377-9663 Iv. 111510.5+ huge patio, great backyard., Call 371 1/2ba condo fireplace.. Very nice.
121478.2 4258 dude. 1171.5 $237.50mo + 1/2 utilities. Call 336-8605.
Sublet 1 bedroom furnished unfurnished '
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F N/S rmmt for Spring In beautiful 2b/lb
I bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished apt in Wmdmeadows. Available
in Great Own
apt Brandywlne. rmmt. znmc
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS. 1/91. $100 off 1st month's rent. Call I
6URG VILLAGE 378.1253. 12-5-30-2 336-7997. bedroom. Close to UF Option to extend THEATRES There Is A Differeme' "
lease. Call Elizabeth, 374-6947. 11-8-5-
Attractive 2bdr/1 ba 2nd-floor apt in a Sublease 1 bdr. furnished apt through QQ Swing b..m 4.30 e e pin

quad $275. 3002 NW 8th St. call 373- April 30, 1991. 5 min. to Tlgert. Gay M/F to share townhouse. $100/mo./ OAKS MAll 6109NEWBIRRVROAD[ timibd b S.alnADJACENT

7132. 111510.2 $305/mo. Nov. free. 378.7810, late + 1/2 util.! Call 373-1318 or leave mes- OAKS EAST S 4 WEST
eve., noon, or leave -8-5-4
message sage. 11-7-4-5 331-8818 INSIDE SANS MUMUNC TO MALL
lovely 1-2-3 br, all amenities Hawaiian takeover leaseas
near Vlllage-2br/lba
WALK TO UFII( 2 bedroom/1 bath $175
hands. VA Shopping 3009 SW ArcherRD. soon as possible. $385/mo dishwasher .
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COLLEGE PARK 411 NW 15 St. "-11-8.5 .
377-0555. 11-16-15-2, I disposal..Call Ken 373.2977 Iv 1:30.: ((4 4$ TLS 9 13.00)), 7.30. 10'00 ((6)
mes 11-9-5-4 caAvnAao SHIFT(I)ana' i NGMXMNIt ) : ( S 0 $3.00)), 7:15: 10.00
Roommate needed to share 2br/1 1/2ba t: (S 30 TLS 1 13 001 S 20, to 20WMCUV
SW Townhouse 2BR 1 1/2BA/ dishwasher apt In French Quarter $200+1/2utllltles. DOWN ( : ) [ALON (PC)

central air, hook-ups, near Mall. Only 2 ml from UFI Huge 2br/2 1/2 ba Call Rob 375-6987 Close to UF. -9-5-5 2:10, ((5 00 1aIl400A145.10:10ANS I.t); : : ( S 0 $3.00)), 7:45: 10.20
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Key Management Avail mid Dec. Only $500/mo. 335. Needed female to share large 1:15.(4.30TLS0(53001,1:15,1.55) ( A ENGAGEMENT)
372-3060 0442. 11-9-5-4 I Wmdmeadows 2bd/2ba./ $250 220, ((5 20 TLS 9 MOO), S'10 10:30: : ( : S 0 $3.00)), 800,1030:
apt. mo. .
11-9-5-2 KM.DUtlNV (PC11)) PC-IS;
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and 1/2 utilities. Call 3361859. ".g.5.5 200.: ((5:10: TLS 3.00)), 1.00, 10:15:
1 st m/rent FREE 12bd Just 11 blklto'UF .
apt. : ( : S 9, $3 00)). 7:30.10.10BUY :

)Apt avail now: 2bd, d/w, porch, $375.80; and $369/m./ Dishwasher. Great URGENTI! Need roommate for Jan.. at

avail Dec 2bd, porch, wild, d/w/ $385;. Place, Great Price Call 376-9942. 11-7- Polos. Own bedroom, bath, house ,
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1bd, $275; all wcent h/a, fans; 373-0701 alarm. F/n-s, $255. Call 3710575. 11-9- 1111" U" I'I1'II"


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Female n/s roommate needed asap for Crlmeatopper Car Alarms, K.40 Radar "Light up Clipboard take and read notesIn 1980 TOYOTA Panasonic Omni mov". VHS movie cam
own room/bath in 3bd/3ba brand new apt Detectors, Infinity, Saneul, Sony, dark It holds letter or L.galillt paper CRESSIDA era recorder/playback system withoutuse.
security/ system Reflections Call 336 Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo and uses two AA BAttenes $23 PPD. runs well/best offer Still In the box Must sell $690 372
1056 I We Beat All Prices 373.3754. 121476 Write to Sylbert Jones International Call 3784545. 11'13-5-6 0694 after 8 pm. 11936(

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n/s/ F to share large master 10452. 11.7.128CUSTOM Furniture for sale Two sofas, 2 rocking Sony VHS VCR 4.head wauto menu &
bdr In furnished 2/2. Available Immediately ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: chairs, I matching char 2 end tables, 4 editing (unctions. $500 new asking
spring $165/mo. Call 335.5284. Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL Toshiba COMPUTERS 286.12 w/1/ meg lamps. Beat offer Call John 3351283. (250 Call 372.3446 leave message
11 I.20.1 10.5 Crunch Hafler MEI I VSE alarm Lanzar ran. 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor 11'13-5-8 11-13.4-8
125 NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 1214766 $900. Other systems available 332
F N/S roommate for own bdr In 3bd/2ba 8333. ( Macintosh SE 40mb hd, printer modem Macintosh Plus computer! 30 mb hard
+ lots of software 2000. 374.4309 drive fan, and lots of new software $850
furnished apt for Spring. Only 1ml from DISCOUNT HI-FI .
campus $203/mo + 1/3utll + deposit Call AUDIO...for all of your car stereo Man Iv msg. 11'13-5-6 obo. 332.5825 any time Jell 11936
722 S. Main 41 The Red Bldg.
335.1883. needs Come see the experts at Safari
WE ARE CHEAPER Audio. 4110 SW 34th St e3. 336.1128. SKI FOR CHRISTMAS 7 REAL ESTATEHome 11.996 Continental Rndtrp ticket
6 FOR SALE Tampa-Salt Lake. Iv 12/26 rtn 1/4./ $300 for sale? Land for sale Buyers
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control Washer/Dryer Kenmore Window unit obo call Mike 334.7226. 11'1456 Market? Don't t let an opportunity to sell
TYPESETTER Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk any car truck or van fully guaranteed will heat & air conditioner, Call 3783834. your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds .
drives, 2 film cassettes. 2 film cannlsters demo Call 336.9193 student Iv. message 11-756 79 Toyota Corolla, am/fm/cass ac. very offers you the cheapest way to
Factory reconditioned unused in past 2 reliable, must sell best offer 1.way keep your real estate in the public eye
yrs Perfect for small typesetting jobs 87 Jawa moped $250 obo, Guild electric ticket, Ganesville-Detroit, $89, obo. call Where else can you keep your property in
Good machine for small type shop System Computers 376.1146 bass all wood Walnut? 2 Pickups w/ 3736257 11.1456 the market for as little as four dollars a
includes 3 rolls 8 In. RC film & 6 font Editor choice Hewlett Packard humbucker $200 obo DP weight set day? To make It even easer, you can
disks $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at Northgate M/C Prices lower than mounts on wall bench Inc. $70 obo Call Pink Paisley Fender Strat great condition place your ad over the phone; all you
373.9926 for more Info mailorder Systems below include 1mb, 373.6932 Iv m SB. 11.856NEWCDSFORSALEI 2 heavy duty patch cables, korg need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard Cat|
d st. pdl All for $300. 373-0603. I 11-9-
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40mb ((28ms) Harddisk graphics monitor. your
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more MC 28612$948, MC 386SX $1086 36
brenda are all at our New Location) Car Northgate 386/20/ $2499. Leading Edge $7.$8 IN BOXES from MC Hammer to Duplex' for sale, 2 apts.. close to campus
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372. 386SX laptop w/40/ MB hd & battery. Faith No More all kinds of music Call ALL STRUNG OUT 2 bedrooms/1/ bath Call 1.800.654.
JEFF ( 334.8503. 11.7-4-8 Harvest Music always has 2 for I Sticks .
2070. 12 14 76 8 $1995. 1 & 2 year warranties Onsite war- and 4544 or 371 6141
Strings 377.4249 U.F Plaza 11.82.6
rantles Panasonic 1180 printer $185.
Very warm, brand new, unworn leather
HP Laser Jet lip $987. 3743 W. University 8 MOTORCYCLES
bombadier jacket w/ patches Asking
Ave. 12.14 52 6
$200 or best offer Stacy at 375.2045.
InltricliwtoviiulSmicf" \ 11-8-38 From the company that makes more '1966 Suzuki GSXR750 11000 miles new
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem school than all others combined.
rings tires race pipe K&N jet kit asking $2900
Call 3351300. nants for your dorm or apartment. We AUTO ALARM Easy Installation, portable. Jostens! There Is a difference; look leave message. Ron 3360582. 11868
Available at ELITE today.
Rays Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave 377
2 20 back for lit Florida Book Store 11716
yr. warranty + day money guar.
5265. 6 blocks E. of 14206
campus MOPED Clinton 50 A 150 Sachs
antee. $145. Call 378 7104 for more info mpg
Fuji Royale 12 speed road bike very nice 505/1A/ engine only 900 miles $300 Call
DP GYMPAC WTS. $95; EXERCISE BIKE small frame great for small person $125 3731917.
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited $25: SKI BOOTS (size 10 1/2)) & POLES 904-334-5934.

$75 378.6621. 11836 9 AUTOSORANGE
by Trade Michel
Extra thick cotton/foam futons, & sofa
ACROSS 2 General 31 Tediously 49 Enthusiastic VPUTER'JISKOUNTERS bed frames From only $200 per set AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW
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Convertible Super Beetle 1972 Mutt tee, Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full Care/Housecleaning/ for faculty
completely restored. $6000 or belt offer Oaks Mall 5 5 10 20 from AVON 375.8987 family. Includes helping homework..
near area, x to x ft self service computing. Open until
371-4131, or tee at 1132, S. Main. 11-8- $20 '10% disc to students. 332-8917.' ,10pm school nights. Typing starts @ B.n.lllliniuranc.Sell Avon Full or .Part-time.12-14-76-13 We' Train. Need car. $4.50/hr. Call 373-4484. 11-5-

10-8_ 12-14-76-11, 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Sell service 1-13'

Nissan 300ZX 1086 5-tpeed, am/fm/tape, resumes $2.50/hr A 15page. Laser Jobs In USA and overseas. All occupa
air, T-top. excellent condition $8500 or SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? typeset graphics spell check A theses tions. Don't limit yourself to those few HIRING SALES REPSto
best offer. Call 3328473. ,11-19-10-9' Get confidential testing and treatment at A papers special characters A employment companies that recruit on campus Jump work part-time, flexible hours. Great
databases mallmerge training.
start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters pay: earn an average $20-50/day. If
'1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door 12-14-76-11' WordPerfect specialist. Vlta/MC. 12-14- today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W. you're outgoing, call Mr. Jones 37 -3281.
locks seats windows a/c/ auto, wht 52.12 Palm Ave. Placenpla Ca. 92670. 11-21-' ,11-13-5-13,
ext/blue Int. am/tm tape. Exc cond-mutt ** GATOR MOVING ** 50-13'
tell, beat offer 3345053. 1-0-26-0 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng/ ,1- Typing/Word/ service.Procetting.Reasonable Quality dependable Leonarde'a 124S W. University Ave.
Item/Hss Full. Days/Eves./ Long dis. Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate Looking for a few good enthusiasticmen
VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding con. Llc/lns. Harry/Bill/ 3744791.' 12-14-76- Later printer. 377-8175 til 00pm.: 12- In new drug study for the treatment or women. 8:30-4:30: : 4 or 5 days
dition. 10,000 mils, completely rebuilt. 11 14-76-12 of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call wk. Apply In person 24pm. 11-0-4-13, '
White lnt./ext. Call George at 1-800- 331-5379.' 12-12-63-13'
228-3025. 11-16-10-9' SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons ...RESUMES*** Beet Fundraiser' On-Campual! Lookingfor
A boarding A woodser facilities Complete writing & development ser ... NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top a fraternity, sorority or student or.
Pontiac '1000 '1984 excellent conditionnew hay rides parties A sales working vices. Resume House 3718148.' 12-14- Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs ganization that would like to earn
clutch, tires, ttarter. 84k miles a/c students accepted. 466-3224 3758080. 76-12 Only Inc 18004688699. 12-14-54-13 $500-$1,000 for a one week on-campua
am/lm/ asking only $1'600 or belt offer call 12-14-76-11' marketing project. Must be organizedand

3345290. ,11-7-5-0_ Typing/Wordprocesslng. WordPerfect Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate hardworking. Call Llaa 0. al ((800))

5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates, In new drug study for the treatment 592-2121 11-7-1-13
82 Honda Accord LX hatchback *SUNBELT MOVING*
power dependable, personal service. Tara 332. of athlete's foot. Call 3315379.
sneer & brakes, a/c/ 5-tpeed new Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. 1469. 12-14-76-12 12143513Attn. Flying to Boston Xmas break? Lookingfor
hres/brakes/battery/ 80k mi $2,850 obo 1. ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dltt. person to escort 5 year old girl. Call
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LOST: All white male cat, wearing collar
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someone BELLfrom Dooley also had seen enough big leads touchdown,a 42-yard bomb to the streaking
16a evaporate over his then-23-year career to lay All-American receiver, iced the victory with
special. page off the celebration until the final gun. 5:34: left to play.
17-0() fourth-quarter deficit to an 18-17 vic "I've seen a lot of things happen in the The victory raised UF's record to 5-4, the
t i.: tory the week before against Auburn. second half,"Dooley said."By no means did first time since week one the Gators were
Advertise In The "t v Being down was nothing new. This lime, we think we had that game won in 1986." above .500. After a four-game losing streak
Alligator classifieds / tl'4, tj Bell said, UF was prepared. UF exploded for 31 points in the last 32 early in the season, the second-half come-
':\;' 'sD'" "Just coming off the Auburn game, we minutes to win pulling away. back against Georgia signaled the return of
f/\l {{ knew how to come back," said Bell, a grad- Bell, who finished with 272 yards on a UF's once-potent offense.
\ /\\\i r} uate assistant with the 1990 UF team. "We 20-for-31 performance and was named the "After being No. 1 the year before,we had
got down early again to Georgia, but all ofa game's Most Valuable Player, connectedwith some expectations coming into 1986," Bell
373-FIND sudden we started passing the ball almost Ricky Nattiel for three touchdowns,one said. "It wasn't until Georgia that, in our
every down." in each of the last three quarters. The final mind, we met those expectations."
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BARBERfrom covers 40 yards in 4.3 seconds. Homecoming impress Gators quarterback Shane Mat
page 16 "That was real funny, he got so tired," UF tailback Willie McClendon will playin thews.
Myles said. "There were 75,000 people front of the home folks Saturday when the "We don't worry about that stuff," Mat
Barber estimates he ran nearly 180 yards. there, and we heard him breathing all the Gators take on Georgia in Jacksonville. thews said. "I guess it's that big because we
UF fullback Dexter McNabb doesn't care. way where we were. He could barely see." McClendon, a junior out of University won convincingly against Auburn. But Georgia
"The referee beat him down the field," Post-game showerA Christian High in Jacksonville,is seventh in is a young team.They're struggling right
McNabb said. posse of Gators doused UF coach Steve the SEC in rushing at 55 yards a game. now, but they'll be ready to play Saturday."
"He was going real slow (at the end).Any Spurrier with Gator-Ade following Saturday "Knowing everybody's watching makes At least one person seems to agree with
fat lady out of the stands could have caught night's 48-7 trouncing of fourth-ranked Auburn you want to go out and have a good game," the point spread.
him." ,UF's first win over Auburn since 1986. McClendon said. "I'd love to have my best "With the way Florida's playing right now,
Barber's 4.52 40-yard speed doesn't com Spurrier, who needed a second shower game of the season." it doesn't shock me," Georgia coach Ray
pare to the speed of UF receivers Ernie Millsor and was 15 minutes late for the postgamepress McClendon may need his best game of Goff said. "I've never been a 19 and a half-
Tre Everett. But fat ladies? conference,is unsure who the culpritsare. the year to fend off freshman Erect Rhett, point underdog in my life, but, shoot, it's
Barber simply ran out of steam. Right, who ran for 142 yards and two touchdownson about right."
Terence? "Somebody said it was (Jerry) Odom, 15 carries against Auburn. Rhett is fourthin How can the coaching staff keep the Ga
"I 1 was asking our strength coach why I (Brad) Culpepper, (Kirk) Kirkpatrick and the SEC, averaging 81 yards a game. tors from becoming overconfident?Spurrierhas
got tired so fast,"Barber said."I 1 had already (Mark) Murray,"Spurrier said."But they'reall UF 19.5-polnt favorites a simple solution.
played all game. I just ran out of gas." blaming the other one. After its convincing victory over Auburn, "Try not to read too many newspaper,"
Not good enough, said Gatorback God "I told our guys we don't need to make a UF is a 19 12point favorite Saturday Spurrier said. "I think reading newspapersis
frey Myles,whose foot-2,240-pound frame habit of that." against Georgia.The staggering line doesn't dangerous."
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UFGeorgialosing threepointersBy

flair? MATT FOGLESON in typical fashion, Hogan
Alligator Writer downplayed his position with last
year's starters.

Many athletes pride themselves on "Right now, I'm not thinking of it 3
Since the dawn of time, two things at UF
great personal performances.
as anything significant. Everybody
have taken precedence over everything else
beer and the UF-Georgia football game. UF guard Brian Hogan, on the knows there's not a starting lineup,"
H This year's contest, though, could change other hand, said the most memorable Hogan said. "Right now, I'm just try-
game of his career was one in whichhe ing to get a feel for role."
tradition for future generations. No, beer will my
didn't score points.
always be a top priority (Whew!), but the any Last year, that role was simple:
That in 1989 when the
importance of the UF-Georgia game may be game was shoot three-pointers.And Hogan had
Gators beat Louisiana State
shrinking. to ensureat success at it,coming off the bench to
least share of the
a school's only
make 27 three-pointers in 66 tries.
'-> Alex Marvez Southeastern Conference title.
This year, Hogan said, he is readyto .
"We showed all kinds of heart yaAA
do anything Kruger asks to help
COUNTTo playing hard out there on nationalTV the team.
," Hogan said. "That was a great
"It's all team. That's what makes it
the players, Georgia remains the feel good," Hogan said. 'That's howit
Gators' top rival, ranking above Florida State Hogan would rather talk about the was the year we won the SEC.
and Auburn. But it appears UF fans don't team than himself, even though he
much the led UF in three-point field goal per "The thing Coach Kruger keeps 4
place nearly as importance on "
centage last It is that unselfish emphasizing is competitiveness,
year. 4
this have in the
season they
game as pastStudent
Hogan said. "I think each of is
ticket sales have been slower thanin attitude that has earned Hogan, a
year's past. The general enthusiasm alsois junior guard from Kokomo, Ind., a learning that every day."

lacking, even though UF is 7-1 and No. 10 reputation as a catalyst for the team. Through all of the team's troubles
in the latest Associated Press poll. During grueling practices, Hogan last year, Hogan continued to play .rr
It's hard to believe that after the Gators plays the role of cheerleader, always with the intensity he displayed duringthe

trounced Auburn 48-7 Saturday, many students encouraging teammates. SEC championship season.
will be content to sit home and watch Hogan seems to fit into the plansof Since Kruger took over the pro-
the Georgia game on TBS. Could it be the first-year head Coach Lon Kruger. gram, Hogan said, the team has 4
Interest in UF's football team among studentshas Kruger has said that he is looking for played more like the squad that com-
dropped? team players who are willing to work piled a three-year record of 67-36 and

Maybe one reason for increasing apathyis hard. appeared in the 1987-89 NCAA tour.
stringent new alcohol laws place a damperon Last week, Kruger said he was naments instead of the team that fin-
'The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail impressed by Hogan's spirited play.In ished 7-21 last year.
Party." Alcohol is not allowed inside the scrimmages, Hogan has been "Everybody can tell a big differ
Gator Bowl, and minors will not be allowed teamed with the foursome of Dwayne ence," Hogan said. "We're learning a ALLIGATOR PHOTO
inside the traditional Jacksonville Landing Davis, Livingston Chatman, Renaldo lot about what it takes to be a winner. UF guard Brian Hogan, a junior from Kokomo,
Courtyard (a sight of mucho drinking) during Garcia and Stacey Poole,players who Coming to practice isn't a monoto- Ind., led the team last year in three-point field I

day.To the evening hours on Friday and Satur held starting jobs on last year's team. nous task anymore. It's fun." goals.

top it off, Georgia has had a lame
football team the past couple of years. De-

spite a 17-10 victory over the Gators last Reaves Bell Barber
season, the Bulldogs have had a 10-10 record
since Ray Goff took over as coach in 1989.

Nonetheless, the enthusiasm of Georgiafans
still is there."It been through target after
seems more like a home game for
them," said UF junior fullback Dexter McN-

abb. "It seems the Georgia fans have been in big return
it a lot more than Florida fans. It's probably GeorgiaTars
because of the rivalry."
<* McNabb said he believed UF would havea UF wide receiver Terence
larger turnout for this year's game. Evenso ByGREGQDOYEL Barber's 73-yard punt return Satur-
will 1990 be the last year enthusiasm runs Alligator Staff Writer 1 day against Auburn may have
earned Southeastern Conference
high? The biggest winner of the 1969 UF-Georgia
The UF-Georgia series began in 1915 and Gillette Play of the Week honors,
contest 13-13 deadlock
a was the burglar,
but it didn't do much for his
is the Gators' second longest-running series no-
who snuck into UF's unguarded locker room
behind UF-Auburn,which began in 1912. UF and helped himself to some wallets and rings. speed label.
has played Georgia more times,though,with On the field, UF had a victory swiped from Barber,whose 27 receptions are
the Bulldogs holding a 43-22-2 advantage.The under them when a low snap caused Richard second on the team, has been
UF-Georgia game was moved to Jacksonville Franco to miss a last- second field goal. F .R b deemed UFs possession receiver,
in 1933, the year the Southeastern Sophomore quarterback John Reaves set a title generally given to the most
Conference: was formed, and has been held the Southeastern Conference single-season sure-handed (and slowest) re-

there ever since. Norm Carlson, UF sports offense record that day.Looking back,Reaves ceiver on the squad.
information director, said the contest always says, the record offers little consolation."To r
sells out the Gator Bowl the summer before drive 70 yards and then miss a chippie, _. -. Doyel

the game. that really hurts,"said Reaves, now UFs tight NOTEBOOKOn'
This year's contest does have the aura of ends coach. "But I didn't lose any money. I ALLIGATOR PHOTO
revenge, since none of the Gators' seniors hid mine in my shoe." Kerwin Bell, a graduate assistant on UF's
have been on a team that has defeated Geor- In 1986, another member of UFs coachingstaff 1990 team;led the Gators to a come-back
gia. But once that changes (and it should had more success than Reaves did. victory over Georgia in 1986. the return Barber swerved
Saturday), will there be anything left to get over the Gators. from sideline to sideline, slowing
excited about? Late in the first half of that contest, Georgia down in the process, en route to

Hopefully, the interest in the game will be coach Vince Dooley was worried. UF quarter But for Bell, then UFs junior quarterback,. the Tigers 11-yard line before
revived and the series will continue to be a back Kerwin Bell wasn't. the 13-point Bulldogs lead was anything but being dragged down by the same
insurmountable. He had led the Gators from defender who missed him back onUF's
Cheated one well into' the 21st century, be- Yet Georgia was drubbing UF 16-3 and
cause rivalries are one of the things that closing in on a second consecutive victoryBut see Bell, page 14 16-yard line.
makes college football so interesting. see Barter, page 15


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