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I NOW: SG tamed Rape Awareness Week events I IBy I



DEBBIE CENZIPER Government members who fear NOW's 1 don't think they've been officially muz-
Alligator Staff Writer events might anger UF administrators and in any way," Shuster said. "But I don't
Greeks. rape is a political issue.
Some organizers of Rape Awareness NOW member Amy Coenen said her would have liked to march against
Week say their events are being toneddownby group, which often decries campus officialsfor Hall," he said. "(But) Tigert Hall
timid campus leaders who want to takea indifference to women's issues,was told done anything wrong. If you turn it
"light and airy" approach to the touchy to leave politics and protests out of activities.She Rape."I a protest I think the people you protest
issue. said NOW was asked to steer away from ...often get very defensive."
Members of the National Organization for hard-core facts that may tag the school witha Coenen said SG officials are confusing
Women campus chapter said the week negative image. with a straightforward approach to
which began Monday and includes rape "Campus NOW has really been censored that may reflect badly on the Greeksee

education, karate classes and a candlelightvigil during this Rape Awareness week," Coenen Awareness, 7Class
page
-has been weakened by some Student said. "We can't say anything bad about the



Humphrey to receive



battery sentence todayBy


MATTHEW SAUER to"hammer"Humphrey on the battery
Alligator Writer charge as a stalling measure for
Gainesville investigators still puzzled
Edward Lewis Humphrey, the most about the identity of the students'
talked about possible suspect in the killer.
August murders of five local college "It's my opinion they weren't able to
students, will be sentenced today in prove the charge and they bought it
Brevard County on charges of beatinghis anyway.. in an attempt to keep Ed-
grandmother.The ward Humphrey incarcerated as longas
19-year-old former UF student possible,"Russo said at the October
will go before Circuit Judge Theron d

Yaun in Titusville at 8:30: a.m. trial.Humphrey could go free today if he

Humphrey was convicted Oct. 10 of is given parole rather than a prison
beating Elna Hlavaty, 79, and faces a sentence.He .
maximum sentence of five in
years also faces charges of armed bur-
prison.
and sexual in
glary attempted battery
Jurors convicted Humphrey of a Indian River County from a controversial -
lesser charge of battery on an elderly 1988 incident. y
person. Originally, police charged
Humphrey with aggravated battery. The victim described her attacker as
being older and having more facial hair .
Hlavaty testified on Humphrey's be-
than had at the time of the
Humphrey
half, saying the accusations she madeat
the scene of the beating were the incident.
result of "addled" brain from a fall Humphrey also has been charged '< ":"
she took prior to her grandson's ar with assaulting two UF students out- ... ., ', '-"'- ..
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rival.At a Sept. 6 hearing, Hlavaty asked house in August. That charge is still J ,,: "

that charges against Humphrey be pending. J.S. SULLIVAN
dropped, but Circuit Judge Martin State Attorney Len Register will de- curve '
Budnick refused. cide where Humprey will stand trial on
J.R. Russo, Humphrey's defense at- those charges. Register did not return UF junior Tracey Tarvin studies her notes near the fine arts complex Wednesday. :I

torney, accused prosecutors of trying phone calls Wednesday.


I Protests, tight security mark Rabin's speechBy I


JON GLASS Peace Group. "It's outrageous that Student they entered percent of oil to the free world, the Implica-
Government and Accent invited such a man "Scannersto are standard procedure, but tions are worldwide," Rabin said.
Writer
Alligator campus." (because 00) the threat of a Rabin apologetically announced his opin-
With protesters outside and metal detec- With the protest, Accent Security protest outside, the need was ion of the only country that could face up to
tors scanning people at the door, former Director Marshall Roth- r heightened," Rothman said. Saddam Hussein's forces.
Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin presented man said he felt more securitywas ", Rabin's speech, sponsoredby "Who can fight Iraq today?" asked Rabin.
his view on the crisis in the Middle needed. \ Accent, SG's speakers bu- "Excuse me for saying this to an American
East Tuesday evening at University Audito- "Heightened security was t.,. ; .F' reau, was so popular that 300 audience, but only the United States can."
rium. necessary for the safety of stu- 1iI'' people were turned away at the The Israeli general also said he did not
A''small group gathered outside before the dents, faculty and the public- I "",,1< door, Rothman said. forsee a quick ending to the conflict and
show protesting the former Minister of and especially for the safety of The focus of Rabin's 55-min- estimated the United States needed to up-
Defense's policy of breaking the arms of the speaker," Rothman said. I ute speech was the Persian hold its position for at least two more years.
Palestinians who threw stones at Israeli sol Along with 22 Accent secu- ( 'Jd Gulf crisis created by an Iraq- "It will take a long time to bring Saddam
diers. rity personnel 16 uniformed ian invasion of Kuwait. Rabin Hussein to his knees," Rabin said.
"His policies are extremely brutal," said and plain-clothed officers from Rabin said he saw the takeover as As far as Israel's stand on the conflict, the
Mark Smith, who represents the Palestine UF and Gainesville police were more than a regional conflict.
Human Rights Campaign. and Middle Eastt.1 on hand. Metal detectors scanned people as "Because: .I Iraq, controls c. t they flow of 30 see Rabin, page 4
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8426 or 392-0994.) Call Liz at 336-4965.. Call Bharat at 336-4206.
99: Project 99 will present a lec- HSA: The Hispanic Student Asso- Let's dance: Israeli folk dancingwill
ture on the geography and history of ciation meets tonight at 7 in McCarty be tonight at 8 at 16 NW 18th St. HARN
Africa tonight at 7:30: at the Instituteof Room G086 to present slides from $1 for members; $2 for non-mem-
Black Culture. Call Sean at 378- South America. Call Victor at 336- bers. Dancing taught by Dora Fried M U S E I'' MA

6297 or David at 377-8875. 1797. man. Call 372-2900.
Play ball: The Baseball Card Club Vietnamese: The VietnameseClub Tribute To

meets tonight at 7:30: in Reitz Union meets tonight at 8:30: in Reitz A way with words: The UF creative Latin America
Room 122. Call 3365965. Union rooms B74 and B75 to turn in writing program and Goering's
End the hate: A Student Coalition credit-card applications and hold an present a poetry reading by David
Against Apartheid and Racism forum election for secretary. Call Trang at Koehn and a fiction reading by Bill
will be today at 12:30: on the Plaza of 373-1109. Beverly tonight at 8 at Goering's
Americas. There will be an open mi- I object: The Objectivist Club Book Center, 1310 W. UniversityAve. Thursdav. NoveiiilZ-r S. 7:301).m.: )

crophone,a literature table and Hate- meets tonight at 7 in TurlingtonRoom Call Molly at 377-6090.
free Zone posters given away. 2319 to see a video by Peter Rape Awareness Week: The National (""o-sponsored 1)'y
Crew Club: The Florida Crew Schwartz. Call 3733263.Sail Organization for Women will
Club meets tonight at 8 in Reitz Union away: The UF Board Sailing present a brown-bag forum,"Womenin
Room 347. Call Karen at 334- Club meets tonight at 7:30: at the Orange the Rape Culture," today at noon ROLLIN
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TAGAR: The pro-Israeli group will 373-8971 or 376-9145. Brazilian Music and Dance(
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THURSDAY,NOVEMBER 8. '1991\ ALLIGATOR,



Spacelab J Students gain




to insight fromdisability



new dayBy

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By CHRISTINA r Ri
MIKE NEUMEIER
Alligator Writer Alligator Writer

Spacelab J, scheduled for Students and faculty in wheelchairs and
1992, will take a flight path blindfolds swarmed around UF's law school
hemisphere not flown
usually Wednesday, trying to experience firsthandthe
ican space shuttles, astronaut of disabled.
hardships being
a group of engineers and UF
day night. A newly formed law school group, Achiev-
About 40 people gathered ing a Barrier-Free Legal Education, spon-
speak about Spacelab J, a sored Disabled Awareness Day Wednesday.
mission with the Japanese on Throughout the day, blindfolded or wheel-
be a mission specialistDavis" chair-bound participants performed various
visit was sponsored tasks such as playing golf, finding an office
can Society of Mechanical r and checking out a book at the library.

UF mechanical engineering UF law student Stephanie Feltzin's task was
Davis said the mission's to go to an office less than 50 yards from her
will conduct experiments on starting point. She said the usual oneminutetrip
tals, human cells, live fish took her 10 minutes in a wheelchair.
The flight is unique "I felt like I just got my workout for the
will fly over the northern day," Feltzin said after she returned.

than the southern Amy Lowndes,chairwoman and founder of
American shuttles fly. L- ABLE, was pleased with the turnout at UFs
Although she has been to 5'f first Disabled Awareness Day.

many of the experiments and "It was a great turnout," I/wndes said. "We
of the
some equipment were afraid people would be shy, but they
there Davis said of
some were not at all. I don't think we had an empty
cannot be done on Earth. "
"It's just one of those things .... wheelchair all day.
works when you do it in '"'" ., Tony Leon, the vice chairman of ABLE,
; '" said the law school has five wheelchair-bound

said.Davis said one of the ./ students, which is the largest of any of UF's
to cultivate live cells in space. ,110! colleges.
When cells are grown on ... First-year law student Mark Mayfield is one
tach themselves to the walls of .. of those five disabled students. He said the
are cultivated in. In space, law school is in some instances inaccessible,
themselves to the walls and "'. :. '" but it is improving.The .
easier, Davis said. 10 .. .. v law school's doors aren't automatic,
The crew also will study forcing wheelchair-bound students to dependon
body reacts to space flight, others or wriggle through the doors them-
themselves in zero gravity and selves."I .
react to zero gravity, Davis throw open the door and quickly get in
She said the shuttle will front of it so I can get in," Mayfield said. "I
Earth from space. These like to do it by myself if I can. There is not
help explain acid rain, .. always going to be someone around."

erosion. Mayfield said not only is it hard to get into
Davis who has .
degrees
some classrooms, but often the quality of
Institute of Technology, disabled sealing is poor.
and the University of Stewart Oneglia, an official with the Civil
nauts receive four years of U.S. of
Rights Division of the Department
and one year of specialized Justice, spoke to about 80 people as part of
particular mission. The the day. She explained the Americans With
simulators to learn how to DONALD LEVAN Disabilities Act, which became law in July.
will need to in
ment they use
Although astronauts practices his putting as part of Disability Among its provisions, the act requires facili-
school Wednesday. ties such as museums and theaters to provide
disabled access.
see Davis, page



I Environmentalists : Don't develop near prairie ''I


JOANNA GOLTZMAN sheets. It offers an alternative to the proposed highway through the quest for the EPA to do a study to slightly gets involved with water
By the highway. prairie will be subject to much de- count the number of wetlands sys- issues; there are other depart-
Alligator Writer "The Florida Department of bate. tems in and around Paynes Prairie.In ments that deal with these prob-

Many students and Gainesville Transportation wants to build a "We are processing facts and a letter to Hargrove, the EPA lems."
citizens are letting' officials know highway near Paynes Prairie," Ir- determining impacts of the exten- said that based upon limited re- Vanderhoogt said the workshopwill
how they feel about Paynes Prairie, ving said. "This highway will en- sion," Gable said. "When we have sources and other priorities, it will educate the public about which
Gainesville's very own wildlife re- courage development around all the facts, we'll conduct a public conduct a workshop instead of departments deal with particular
gion, by signing petitions. Paynes Prairie. We are suggestingan hearing and get public opinion." doing the study.The workshop will issues.
UF's Environmental Action alternative called the Southeast Irving said she isn't sure how be held sometime this month and The workshop is intended to
Group is circulating a petition con- connector, which will direct devel- many signatures have been col- is open to the public, said inform the community," she said.
cerning the possibility of a high- opment away from the Prairie. lected, but there are many, and Hargrove, who promised to adver- "We want to explain to the public
way being built near Paynes Environmental activists, some of signatures get things accom- tise the meeting. what we do and have other agen-
Prairie. whom chained themselves to treesin plished, she said. The EPA conducts from two to cies there to explain what they do."

The petition was written by UF 1988 to prevent development on Because of 500 signatures col- five workshops each year, said Gail One issue scheduled to be dis-
sophomore Jennifer Irving, co- the prairie, are concerned about lected by Dan Hargrove, a Gaines- Vanderhoogt, chief of wetlands cussed at the workshop is the "No
chairwoman of EAG's Forest Con- destruction to the wildlife habitat. ville citizen, the Environmental planning. Net Loss" policy.
Protection Agency will conduct a "Part of Prairie's prob- The idea is that if you build on
servation Committee, and is a Joye Gable, regional planning Paynes
collection of information from administrator for the Florida De- workshop in Gainesville.The lem has to do with water," see Prairie, page 5t
newspapers and other information partment of Transportation, said petition was originally a re- Vanderhoogt said. "The EPA only


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ELSEWHEREBennett

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: to resign as anti-drug chief BASKETBALLHeading

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WASHINGTON (UPI) President Bush will formally Administration sources said Bennett simply wantsto Into the '90s With Coach Lon Kruger
I accept William Bennett's resignation today as move on,satisfied that he has put the nation's drug
the nation's first anti-drug chief, the White House fighting strategy in place.They said he does not havea
announced Wednesday.In new job lined up.
Fast Break to
confirming reports that Bennett plans to step Bennett has been under heavy security both at Make a
down, press secretary Marlin Fitzwater also said thata home and at work due to concerns that violence-prone
Office
search for a new director of the Office of National cocaine gangs, particularly those based in South the Gator/Ticket
Drug Policy Control has begun. America, might seek to strike out against him. 4:'
"The president feels that Bill Bennett has provided Bennett, who is married and has two children, has It
extraordinary leadership and service to the country" privately discussed his own family's concerns, and
during his 20-month( stay, Fitzwater told reporters at there have been reports that he wanted to pursue a
the White House. safer line of work.
Two years ago, the country viewed this (drug) "Bill, of course, has lived with threats of that kind
problem as impossible to deal with and with no end ever since day one of the job,"Fitzwater said. But he 01
in sight,"the press secretary said.There has been a added, "I don't think it has anything to do with his 8
turnaround." resignation. It is a fact of life for him."
Fitzwater said Bush could offer no explanation for Bennett has been head of the Office of National
Bennett's resignation but noted that when Bennett Drug Policy Control since March 1989 and has main
took the job he told the president that he planned a tained in recent months that the country is beginningto
limited stay. Bennett could not be reached for com make progress, drawing strength from figures
ment. showing a decline in illegal drug use. SeatingStill

I Georgia man indicted in 1989 mail bombings I Available!
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WASHINGTON (UPI) -A Georgia man convicted bent on revenge against lawyers and the court systemfor For ticket information call: 375-4683
18 years ago of possessing a pipe bomb was charged his 1972 bomb conviction,although there has been
Wednesday in a 70( mail bombs that killed a federal judge and a lawyer cially motivated.
last year. Judge Robert S.Vance, 58,of the 11th U.S. Circuit
Attorney General DickThornburgh announced that Court of Appeals died Dec. 16 after opening a powerful
the charges against Walter Leroy Moody Jr. include package bomb at his home in Mountain Brook, Ala.
murder, assault, transporting and mailing explosive Robert Robinson, a 41-year-old alderman and lawyer
devices, and mailing threatening letters. If convictedon who was active in the NAACP, died two days later
all counts, Moody faces seven life terms plus 110 when he opened a letter bomb at his Savannah, Ga., SATURDAYCOME
years in prison and $3.7 million in fines. office.
"Tracking down the person responsible for these The search warrant affidavit,made public last week,
terrible murders, and other acts of violence and found striking similarities between the bomb Moody
threatened violence, has been a top priority of the had in 1972 and devices that killed Vance and Robin-
Department of Justice for the past 11 months,"Thorn- son. It concluded the bombs were the only ones
burgh said at a Washington news conference to among 10,000 examined by federal agents since 1975 WATCH THE
announce the indictment.In that resemble each other.
an affidavit made public last week,federal agents Moody and his wife, Susan, 28, were arrested at
said Moody was a chief suspect in the 1989 bombings their home in July and charged in a separate 13-count GAME AND ENJOY2FORl
because the devices resembled a bomb he made in indictment with perjury, obstruction of justice, ob-
1972 that exploded,injuring his wife.Moody has beenin struction of a criminal investigation, witness tamper-
federal prison on unrelated charges since July. ing and trying to bribe witnesses in his efforts to
Moody, 56, of Rex, Ga., was described as someone overturn the 1972 pipe-bomb conviction.


I I, D.C. voters reject drug-busted mayor I

WASHINGTON(UPI"My) head isbloody,"D.C. before his mayoral tenure, in which he presided overa
Mayor Marion Barry acknowledged, pausing confidently spectacular downtown building boom and expanded
for the inevitable roar of the crowd.When the services to the poor. WELL DRINKS
cheering subsided, he added, "but unbowed." In recent years he was dogged by rumors of drug
It was vintage Barry, a performance befitting the use, which he denied. His extramarital affairs out-
high drama of Tuesday night's tragic end of a once- raged opponents but were met with amused toleranceby ALL DAY
brilliant political career. many supporters.When his trial ended in August
Trounced at the polls for the first time, the belea- with a conviction for cocaine possession, Barry
guered mayor of the nation's capital for the past 12 thought he still could parlay. his political skills into a AT
I years admitted that he had failed in his desperate bid council seat.
I for an at-large seat on the City Council. A long-time Democrat, Barry had abandoned his
Barry's head was indeed unbowed as he faced the campaign for a fourth mayoral term and ran as an
faithful, deposed in disgrace and facing six monthsin independent for the council.
prison on a cocaine conviction. When it all was over, the consummate politician
Drug-busted in an FBI sting at a downtown hotel who had fought so hard to retain some of his power
Jan. 18, the outgoing mayor finally had lost his fight abandoned his attempts at drama and eloquence.
for political survival. It was an ignominious end to a Facing six months in prison if his appeal fails,Barry
remarkable career. summed up his feelings with unaccustomed brevity,
Barry became a hero of the civil-rights movement sighing,"What a relief."


RABIN "W 'l be more than ready and willing to negotiate ..03
from page 1 around the table, but the use of sticks is better than F
f opening fire,"Rabin said,sparking a shouting match REItiER1THE
(country was in favor of the U.S.and international goals among audience members."We'll be more than happy
(and policies in trying to restore Kuwait's indepe.nI to see dialogue between Palestinians and Israelis."
MILL
(dence. But unlike other countries seeking U.S. military Palestinian Taleb Salhab,a Florida State University BAKERY.
i strength, Israel would defend itself. political science senior who was born in the West EATERY &: BREWERY
"When it comes to defense,we don't need anyone," Bank, said Rabin's speech was one-sided in favor of I 6791 Newbeny'Rd
I Rabin said. "We will do it on our own." the Israelis. He also wanted more time to debate the OAKS MALL PLAZA

I Following the speech, the audience and Rabin speaker, he said. 331-0110
't participated in a fiery question-and-answer session. But UF political science sophomore Noah Jacobson -
(Rabin's response to questions of the "broken'bone" who is Jewish, said he agreed with Rabin's
policy dissatisfied curious Palestinians. message and Israel's stance on the Middle East Crisis.


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Is left up to them. project, the money comes from the taxpayers.
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"There is no prescribed fitness "I'm surprised the EPA is coming to do the workshop," she
Breast self-examination is easy and regime," she said. said. "I guess 500 signatures mean something to these people."
5 takes only a few minutes. because "That's EAG president Ben Pargman said that he feels petitions serve
breast cances can be cured with early self-imposed, because the public.
every year we have a thorough phys-
detection and treatment, taking this ical." "People mold the government to what is convenient for them,"
exam could save your life. said Pargman, a UF senior. "If our representatives hear from the
For more information about our fourth John Schueller of the mechanical people, they can work for the people."
annual Breast Cancer Detection engineering department said he Development on the prairie became an issue in 1988 when
Awareness Campaign contact the wasn't surprised at the size of the developer Martin Hackman won county approval to build a 620-
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that's being offered next semester called Cultural Diver- r .w.
sity in the United States.

Today we'd like to tell you about a different learning

experience the racial awareness retreat sponsored by Ji'1
UF's Student Services Office. .
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The second annual retreat will take place later this

month. Four staff members of The Alligator attended last

year's retreat, and the knowledge we gained from it prob- "'.

ably exceeds anything we've ever gotten from a class.

UF administrators, responding to claims that campus
racial tension was growing and the administration was do-

ing nothing about it, got together a group of about 80 stu- ,

dents 40 black and 40 white put them on a couple

buses and drove them to a hotel in Silver Springs, about MI luk: ich..

45 minutes away. M'.lli'L\: jS-::;':": i
Four students, two black and two white, were put in

every room.

During the evening, students and administrators attended

sessions run by a UF counselor, who organized Take precaution against mosquitoesThe
activities designed to help both white and black students

vent their feelings. recent reporting of the first presumptive case
The night's other main event was a social. That's right. of St. Louis Encephalitis in Alachua County suggests eo Tom McKnew
The grown-ups went to their rooms and let the students that we should have some basic information about P
what Gainesville does toward mosquito control. UF OLITICALLY SPEAKING
listen to music and eat snacks and talk to each other
has a similar program, but since most students live
with no pressure. off-campus, our programs will be your primary protec- queUes or surface minnows or do a hand spraying.
The time that students were left alone, with no organ- These services are available anywhere within the
ized activity, provided just as much information as the tion.In recent years, the goal has been to control mos- city limits. We do not serve outside the city limits
sessions with a trained counselor. Most students there quitoes without resorting to chemical spraying when- along the student apartment areas on Southwest 20th
ever possible. The accumulation of these Avenue and Archer Road.
were unaccustomed to being at parties that were equally sprays
degrades the environment and should be avoided.So The present conditions probably will exist until we
divided between the That interaction
two races. helped have at least two of frost. with
nights Cool evenings
the first strategy is to control the breeding
learn valuable lesson black and white students
many a process and thus limit populations. Gainesville regu- warm days will not cause the hibernation periods to
aren't -different after all. larly treats small ponds and ditches in two ways. Oneis begin.
But there are some differences, especially in back- to release bacteria into the standing water, which Also, our sprays become less effective when the
grounds, and the session helped the students learn about becomes a poisonous food to the mosquito larvae. temperatures are in the 60s. In the meantime, we
those differences and how to accept them. The city regularly treats ponds on Northwest 24th should all wear long pants and long-sleeve shirts when
we are outdoors in the It is also good idea
evening. a
Avenue and Northwest 26th Street (just north of the
The sessions also helped students release their frustra- to insect
use repellent.
law school and the
) woods next to JJ. Finley schoolin
tions. By the retreat's end, white students had learned this manner. I hope we will get some cold weather soon so the

that black students still face racism in 1990, especially in We also use two types of spray.Malathion spraying mosquito season will be over. Meanwhile, we shouldall
subtle forms. And black students learned that white stu- is a long-lasting chemical. Scourge spray is a natural be as cautious as possible.On .
dents sometimes feel resentful because they believe theyare chemical made from the chrysanthemum that is used a different subject,Monday night the City Com-
mission
voted allow student adjunct
to
being blamed for the sins of their ancestors. for short-term, quick-knockdown problems around members unanimously Becauseof
events such as football on our advisory committee to vote.
The racial awareness retreat was an enlightening expe- games. attendance problems in the summer, they will not
rience for the four of us, and we are grateful for the op- The city is also experimenting with martin housesat count toward a quorum.Also,certain committees were
portunity. But it's else's turn this andwe'd our Deerhaven electric generating plant in hopes exempted because of legal consideration.
someone year, that these birds be helpful in
may eating mosquitoes.If .
Thanks for following this issue. I am satisfied tHat
like to students possible participate.
see as many as you have mosquitoes where you live, you should the resolution is fair and productive.
Applications for the retreat are due Friday and can be. call our mosquito control department 374-2287.They Tom McKnew is Gainesville's District 3 city commissioner. -
picked up in the Student Services Office, 129 Tigert Hall. regularly do yard investigations and may set out bri- .

The application is a simple information sheet, and applicants LETTERS TO THE EDITORGive
must include two major things they hope to get out
of the retreat. minoritiesfree lines, the ad (and payment) were political censorship.We are doubly

UF will take 100 people. Only 10 spots are left. Do accepted without question. The outraged that this censorshipcomes
expressionEditor first day the the ad ran, we found from The Alligator, an organization
yourself favor and fill of them.
a one
that our political with
statement had that severed its ties
: ACT-UP, the AIDS Coali-
been
tion to Unleash Power, submitted censored. UF over the issue of censorship.
alligator a classified ad to The Alligator an- The words"dyke"and"fag"had We challenge The Alligator to
Editor nouncing National Coming Out been"replaced with "lesbian" and come out of its closet and deal with
Judy A. Plunkett "gay. This action was taken arbi- issues concerning queers in a sociably
trarily, without
Day.In notifying
Managing Editor Opinions Editor the ad, the group used the ber of ACT UP. any mem- responsible manner.

M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier words"dyke"and "fag."The group In questioning The Alligator's advertising This Includes allowing the free
deliberately chose to and a
use those staff expression of political ideas
we were told that
Letters Policy words as a political statement- a this: form of political commitment to the effective' cover-
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-lO page) They should be way of reclaiming and neutralizing expression was of minority
typed, double-spaced and signed They should Include I typed name, address and telephone offensive language.In unacceptable and never would be age concerns.Paul
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call allowed in The Alligator.We Fertlg
the editorial' page editor at 3764458.
following Alligator guide- are outaged by this form of QalnetvlllaI

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AWARENESSfrom represents them, have taken no not agree with something an indi- goals, he said.Panhellenic. Taylor said.
page 1 part in the week's events. And ed- vidual or group does, but that Council PresidentJoy
ucating fraternity members about shouldn't make any difference. It's Taylor said if problems exist, Greek Affairs Assistant Dean
system. rape was a prime goal, she said. part of life around here." they can be blamed on a lack of Shell! Herman said fraternities
"There has been a lot of pressureto IFC President Tom Santilli could Student Body Vice President organization and nothing else. Ru- normally would take part in activ-
make this week light and airy," not be reached Wednesday for Kevin Mayeux said SG has tried to mors have been circulating, but ities if they were asked, especiallyif
Panhellenic was involved. But if
she said. comment. involve every group in the week, campus leaders have done nothing there's dissension between the
SG spends $4.5 million of Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt and no silent forces have attemptedto sneaky, she said. groups, Herman said she will In-
students' fees each year and is Sandeen said student groups stop NOW from voicing its opin- Taylor said the rumors may bea vestigate."I'm .
composed mainly of fraternity and have a right to voice their opinionsand ions too loudly.Behindthescenes. way to explain away poorly
sorority members. believe in what they want. planned activities."I .
politics have not aware of any conflictsat
Coenen said UFs fraternities, "I think people are exercisingtheir not interfered with the programs think students need to take a all and if it's occuring, it's very
and the Interfraternity Council that rights," Sandeen said. "I may because everyone has the same little responsibility of their own," clandestine."



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I I know that students have strong feelings about this Saturday's opponent, the
r University of Georgia Bulldogs. This team is traditionally) one of Florida's biggest TODAYGERMANICSLAVIC
rivals, and I ask that UF students support the Gators with their usual enthusiasm.I / LANGUAGES
I urge students to display good sportsmanship at all stadiums where the Gators LECTURES, "Emergence of a Multiparty -
Tigers Produced, Hall by and UF paid Information lot at usual and Publications advertising Services rates to communicate 355 play. Wherever we are, we represent the University of Florida, and I am confidentthat System in the Soviet Union, by Len-
official notices and important information to our student body will conduct itself with class and dignity.For ingrad I Institute of Ethnography ProfessorV.
students, (faculty and stall Call 392 0186 for.information all of you who are going to Jacksonville for the game, please drive carefully, Vydrine, 10:40: a.m., 1341 TurlingtonHall
and let's bring home a victory for the Gators! ; "Ethnic Problems in the Soviet
I A Union," by Leningrad Institute of
vtc"tw, Ethnography Professor K. Pozdnyakov,
Graduating Seniors 11:45: a.m., 1341 Turlington Hall.
Art Sandeen LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES SEM-
With Loans Must Vice President for Student Affairs INAR, "Social Democracy in Latin
America: The Internationalization of
Exit Interview (The Florida-Georgia game will begin at 12:40: p.m. and will be broadcast locallyon Politics," by University of Utrecht senior
TBS (cable channel 10)) and WRUF-FM radio.) lecturer and UF visiting professor Men-

Graduating seniors with National HISTORY noon, 376 Grinter Hall.

Defense, National Direct, Perkins, Health I I COLLOQUIUM, "Political
Profession, College-awarded or other long- Legitimacy and the Western Tradition in
Monday Is UF ; America Conflict and Reconciliation
term loans must complete an exit interview Holiday Spanish : -
prior to graduation. Exit interviews for ," by Florida International University -
those graduating in December must be Campus Schedules Revised history professor Mark Schuzman, 4
Friends of Music Room, University -
completed by Dec. 14 at the Office of Stu- p.m.
dent Financial Services, 200 HUB. Inter- UF will observe the Veterans Day holiday Monday, Nov. 12, and all classes will be Auditorium.
view appointments will be assigned by suspended. Most campus offices will be closed, and most campus facilities will operateon BIOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR, "Ener-
mail for times between 8:30: a.m. and 2 revised schedules. Regular schedules and classes resume Tuesday, Nov. 13. gizing the Vacuolar System of Eukarotic
p.m. Monday through Friday. Students LIBRARIES Cells-Molecular Biology of the VacuolarH
should contact the financial services officeif +-ATPase," by Roche Institute of Mol-
an appointment change must be made. Libraries East and West and the Marston Science Library will close at 11 p.m. Fri- ecular Biology biochemistry laboratory
Students who have received Guaranteedor day; be open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday; open noon to 5 p.m. Sunday; open 10 a.m. head Nathan Nelson, 4 p.m., Cl-9 Health
Federally Insured Loans must completea to 1 a.m. Monday. The Law Library will close at 9 p.m. Friday; be open 9 a.m. to 8 Science Center.
loan counseling session prior to leavingthe p.m. Saturday; open 11 a.m. to 11:30: p.m. Sunday; open 7:30: a.m. to 11:30: p.m. Mon- GERIATRICS.LECTURE SERIES
University. Appointment notices will be day. The Health Science Center Library will close at midnight Friday; be open 8:30: for ,
Home Environments
mailed by Student Financial Services. a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; open 2 p.m. to midnight Sunday; closed Monday. ing"Designing Well in Place," by UF interior design Ag-

Students who are unable to attend eitherof REITZ UNION & FOOD SERVICEThe assistant professor Mary Joyce Hasell, 4
the two sessions they are assigned Reitz Union building hours will be reduced over the holiday weekend. The Fe Community College
should call 392-0737 to reschedule.All Orange & Brew will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and from Downtown Center, 401 N.W.. 6th St.,
amounts due the University for fees, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday. ICBY yogurt store will be open from 4 to 9 p.m. Monday. Room 131, sponsored by UF's Center for
short-term loans, student receivables and
Studies and Geriatric
STUDENT HEALTH CARE CENTERThe Gerontological
financial aid paybacks must be paid priorto Education Center.
graduation. Failure to comply with the Student Health Care Center will be open from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sun- AN EVENING OF VENEZUELAN MU-
payment and exit interview rules could day and Monday. SIC, features singer and musician Cecelia
prevent the release of students'diplomasand O'CONNELL CENTER Todd in concert, free and open to public,

transcripts. The O'Connell Center pool will be closed Saturday, open 6 to 9:45: p.m. Sunday and 7:30: p.m., Harn Museum Auditorium,
closed Monday. The track will be open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 9:45p.m. : sponsored by UF Center for Latin Amer-
Save Time And Get Sunday. The track will be closed Monday. The weight room will be open from ican Studies, Association of Hispanic
5 to 9 p.m. Sunday and closed Monday. Faculty, Hispanic Student Association.
All-in-One Cards PARKING UF FIRE RESCUE ASSOCIATION
meeting, CPR instruction, fire rescue
Decal restrictions will be lifted in all housing areas, commuter lots, scooter zones,. .technique and fire rescue volunteer work
Through Next WeekUF's park-and-ride lots and all decal lots through Monday.;All individual reserved spaces" open to UF students, faculty, staff and

new AlI-I -One Photo ID Cards service drives,"handicap spaces and no-parking zones are enforced at all times. spouses, 7:30: p.m., Fire Station No. 2,
SNAP 2210 S.W. Archer Road. Call 335-5528 for
will become mandatory on Dec. 26.
Students who plan to return spring term SNAP (Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol) will operate according to its regular information.
schedule, 6 to 1:30 a.m. ARCHAEOLOGY LECTURE, "The Be-
are urged to get their cards now and avoid p.m. : on Monday.UF's
long lines in January.The ginning of Agriculture on the Euphrates:
available from The Excavation of Abu Hureya in Syria,"
ID cards are 9 a.m. Housing Division Plans ActivitiesNov.
Yale
to 2:30: p.m. weekdays through Nov. 16 at by University archaeology professor
mobile unit behind Hall. Andrew Moore, 8 p.m., 105 Fine Arts
a parked Tigert
In addition, students can register for the 11-18 For Student Families On CamousNext Building B, sponsored by UF Center for

cards from 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. today week, Nov. 11-18, will be UF's dinator of village community development African Studies and; Archaeological In-
through Nov. 16 on the second floor of the fifth annual Celebrate Family Week, 3922161.Advance. stitute of America.
Reitz Union. Students should bring their sponsored by the Division of Housing, FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Social Security card, picture ID and $5. Village Housing and the Mayors' Council CON-
The cards, which currently serve as the to heighten awareness of the student BRAZILIAN MUSIC & DANCE
official UF picture ID and library card, will families who live on the UF campus. RegistrationContinues CERTS, features traveling troupe Bahian/"Rollin" -/
gradually be expanded to replace dor- The week is sponsored nationally throughthe performing Brazilian and
mitory room keys, check cashing cards, Association of College and University In. TigertAdvance African dance and music, free and open
y to the public, Friday noon, Reitz Union
vending machine cards, dining service Housing Officers-International.
cards, infirmary cards, football ticket Activities will be highlighted by various continues from registration 8 a.m. to 4 for p.m.spring today term and north lawn, and Saturday at 1 and 3 p.m.,
coupons and debit cards. barbecues and turkey potluck dinners in Friday and Nov. 13-16 in the basement of Harn Museum Galleria.Museum's '
For more information, contact Lyn the Villages, a roller skating party at Sun Tigert Hall. Registrar's Office personneland
White, UF coordinator of student ID card Skate Center, coloring contest, for- counselors will be on hand to assist
systems, at 392-UFID. children-only tennis tournament, volley- students with registration. Annual Holiday
ball tournament, Safety Day, Civitan'blood Students with questions about advance
Physics Placement drive and family photos. registration can call the Registrar's Office, Ornament Sale"Is TodayThe
Each village also will be collecting 392-1374.
Exam 'Set For Nov. 14 canned goods for various selected charities ..1<. Florida Museum of Natural History
throughout the week. Those wishing to ..ot. will hold its Annual Holiday OrnamentSale
Students who plan to skip Physics 2039 donate items should take them to the sa,.daY News & InformationUNIVERSITY from 4 to 7 p.m. today. "
and take Physics 3040 spring semester manager's' office at one of the villages. Among items to_be sold are creative
must take a placement exam prior to Programs are for Village residents on- Christmas ornaments,from around the
registration. The exam will be given at ly. Village residents are encouraged to world, gifts, books and DINOWARESfrom .
-7:20: pm.: Wednesday, Nov. 14, in 100A check bulletin boards for events plannedin p the Collectors Shop.
Williamson Hall. No sign-up is required, their area. Proceeds from the ale, sponsored by
i but students should bring a photo I.D. For more information' on Celebrate the Florida Museum"Associates, will sup-,
1; and No. 2 pencils. For more information, Family Week, call Rena Buchan, coor- port the museum's public programs and

contact the Physics Department, 3920521.11UAtU.tM.ir.lt ...--.-.. .. research; efforts. For more information,
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I I' HEART'S BRIGADE BEATS ON I IBY






Heart's versatility Is best exhibitedat
GENENE HIRSCHHORN
f "Jt its live shows. Andes creatively de.

Modern, yet timelessly classic. Pas ', scribes a Heart show for first-time

sionately moody, but upbeat. Aggressive jot ", ". viewers.
yet incurably romantic.. These are fJ "I would Just say, 'Hey, buckle up
but a few of the many qualities that 11 1 t because you're gonna go on a roller
have made Heart's albums so endearIng '. ""Jo' coaster ride here.' "

to generations of fans throughoutthe I On the road Ann and Nancy have
'70s and '80s. i ., ... been known to bring along their two

Led by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson pet dogs one of which is a springer
Heart Is still beating strong and rockinginto '" spaniel. "I've threatened to bring weird
the '90s. Brigade, the band's llth shit just because of the dogs, but I

album was released in April by Capitol T haven't done anything yet. ... I bring
Records, and its first single, "All I my son out with me once In a while
Wanna Do (Is Make Love To You),* hit who's 15 and he's sort of an animal,*
No. 2 on the Billboard pop chart.In c\ laughs Andes.

a recent telephone Interview, bass Each member of Heart has something
guitarist Mark Andes described what a.-. ; unique to contribute to the success of
GREG GORMAN
he thinks Brigade is all about.I think the band. "Ann's the voice. Denny is,
The members of Heart are Mark Andes, Nancy Wilson, Denny Carmassi, Ann Wilson/
'.
'Let it rock' is a good kind of catch- like, the 'Rock Meister. Howie Is the.
and Howard Leese.its .
phrase for this thing because we have I'd have to say something like 'Dr.
this side to us that just wants to rockso Soul.' Nancy Is like we're both PI-
bad ... I think this thing really needsto style of rock'n'roll that has kept it they were more pop and MTV-Image sces, so we're both alike. We both have
so popular with generations of fans, oriented. He thinks Brigade more ac-
be reminded that when we do let It this space/energy thing that we bringto
even through line-up changes? curately fits the blueprint of Heart'slive
rock on its own natural volition, that this.
shows, which Include old, new,
"I'm sure it's a cumulative thing withAnn's
we really wind up being sort of special. Playing in Heart has helped Andes
volceAndes rock, pop and ,ballad material.Brigade's .
says.'The
Heart has maintained this ability to songs learn a lot about himself his business
'Let it rock' ever since it was formed by that we have selected have struck a songs express some genu- and his craft. "It's been a good sort of
chord with our audience, and we have ine, passionate emotions. Since vocalsare
lead vocalist Ann Wilson, guitar- reaffirmation that hard work and creative
dedicated fans. Ann and forte the
ist/keyboardist/vocalist Nancy Wilson very Nancy's lyrics ideas and this whole idea of visu-
Heart realized its greatest commer- are not as Important to Andes as the
and lead guitarist Howard Leese in alization Is a workable concept.
cial success with the release of its music Itself. "When I heard 'All I WannaDo
1976. The Seattle-based rockers -I've( ) kind of got a confidence thing
(Is Make Love To You)' for the first
established self-titled No. 1 album In 1985. Theband's
themselves
quickly as a going that my Instincts and my Intuition
time, the and all that stuffdldn't
band that could consistently producehit next album, the more powerfuland storyline are really alive and well and that
that would bona fide darker-sounding Bad Animals, was even matterhe says. "It stilldoesn't
songs remain
my next phase as a musician 1 is goingto
released in 1987. Both Heart and Bad even matter. I think it's kind of
classics
in years to come. Songs like be really enhanced and enriched by
"Barracuda." "Crazy On You." "Dreamboat Animals were produced by famed pro- amusing. ...It's so silly, but the chorus this experience.
Annieand "Magic Manare some ducer Ron Nevison, well-known for his Just knocks me out. The chorus is to
Andes Heart's
sees big changes in
work with Led Zeppelin and The Who. me what that song is all about.
of
the finest examples of Heart's con- future. "I'm going to be getting into
tribution to rock music. However, Heart decided to try a new Although Andes focuses more on the production and more behind-the-

With the addition of Andes and drum- approach with Brigade, collaboratingwith music, he agrees that "certain experi- scenes stuff, and the girls have talked

mer Denny Carmassi in 1982, Heart producer Richie Zito. ences make you resonate with a certain about families and solo careers, and
managed to grow stronger. Prior to Brigade( Is) different from the last song." He compares singing Heart lyr- there's a lot of writing to consider.
Joining Heart Andes had been a found- couple (of albums) because it's really ics to acting. "You sort of cop a char- There are more Heart projects to con

ing member of such groups as Spirit, more rooted in our live show Andes acter, and you have to really believe sider. There's a lot to do.
Jo Jo Gunne and Flrefall while Car- says. "I 1 think that this was a real the motives and all that of a lyric to Well, that's for later. First, they'vegot
massi was noted for his previous workin legitimate collaboration between Richie really get into the character enough to a rockin' tour to consider.
Montrose and Gamma. Andes says and the band. Denny Carmassi had a really sing the stutt. at
Heart and Cheap Trick will appear
that he was asked to join the band good line he said, "'You know, Ron "I'd have to say that there's got to be the Jacksonville Coliseum Friday at 8
because they (especially Howard Leese) Nevison would make a record for you;
some personal points of view that everybody's p.m. TIckets are$18.50 In advance and
were aware of his playing, since Firefall Richie helps make a record.' *
you
gone through that gave Ann $19.50 the day of the show(plus service
had opened for Heart. Andes says he felt a little out-of- and Nancy the ability to really... deliver charge). They are on sale at Ticketmas-
So exactly what is it about Heart and touch with the last two albums because the lyric in a real believable way." ter outlets or at the Coliseum box office.








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magazine compared them to
R.E.M. on coke. Others have cited
Husker Du and Minutemen as sound-
alikes. But Orlando's Naomi's Hair is
striving for a sound of Its own.

4,! "" "It would be nice one day for peopleto
1 \ be describing bands and saying,
4 'Yeah, they sound like Naomi's Hair,' "
pkz says the band's bassist, Martin Ever

ett.Naomi's
Hair has been fairly success
ful at carving a niche in the under.
ground music collage but there's no
denying the R.E.M. connection. The
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band's recently released cassette, Tara,
is a collection of eight thoughtful rockers .
that clocks in at a little more than
20 minutes.

Although vocalist Scott Mahaney's
twangy, slightly garbled lyrics vividly
recall Michael Stipe's incoherent utter.
ances (circa Murmur) it's hard to Imag
Ine Mahaney using a phrase like
M "conversation fear." He seems to prefera
more candid approach, beginning
\ Without a Sound" with, "Living In a
.. small town is a lot like living someone
else's life.


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continued tromp the Portuguese phrases that appear at So what if CBS Records approached Everett remains unaffected by star-1,!
4 the beginning of the "One Shot video. Naomi's Hair and made the band a struck sickness.
Roughly translated, they mean "One hefty offer it couldn't refuse? "First of "A lot of bands of that stature I don't
Imagine Stipe singing about a trans- side (of the world) celebrates life while all I wouldn't believe them" Everett learn much from" he says. "Concrete
vestite and his prom dress. Mahaney the other side starves.* Everett says says. Second, Naomi's Hair isn't acces- Blonde were very cocky people, and
does on "Bobbles Prom Dress.The mu- Including the phrase was Mahaney'sidea sible enough to be No. 1 on the charts. they're not that good of a band.:
sic on Tara Is inventive at best, -he Just liked the way it sounds.
espe- Still Naomi's Hair has had consider- Everett regrets that success has
cially by local standards. Everett's bass Everett promises the band never will
able success since Everett joined Ma- swollen the head of many a rock star.
slyly repeats Mahaney's guitar melodyon change its sound for a couple extra haney and Robert's original lineup. Fans elevate musicians to a holier-
"One Shot," and along with drum- dollars. He says being on a major labelis Prior to Joining Everett was a memberof than-thou level, taking them on ex-
mer Joel Robert, his licks remain the a scary thought. When other bands the Green Today, a band he describesas tended ego trips. Still, he doesn't think
centerpiece of'Without a Song.* get on major labels, they tend to get '60s sounding a lot like The that success swells a musician's ego if
Perhaps Naomi's Hair owes its great- "washed away," Everett says. Byrds and R.E.M.: With internal tur- the musician isn't cocky to begin
est musical debt to the punk explosion The bassist would prefer to obtain a moil clouding the future of the Green wlth/Rock'n'roll needs to be humble-i,
of the late '70s. Most of the songs on Pixiesor Meat Puppets-level type of Today, Everett approached his friends ized a little bit. Rock'n'roll needs to';
Tara boast a familiar unrelenting mu- success -at least enough to allow him In Naomi's Halr.'We became friends by knocked down a notch."
sical fury, coming and going within a to be self-supporting. playing shows together, and I said. As for the future, Everett plans to'
few short minutes. "IVe got to admit I don't mind 'Hey, can we Jam sometime keep his ego in check, pay his bills,*
Everett describes Naomi's Hair sound making money" he says. But he fears The seeds were planted, and before continue to be self-supporting and unload '
"powerful rock with a melodic sense that if he were a rich millionaire, hisviews long the tree began to take form. Ever- 16 songs by February as well as
to it." Mahaney's lyrics are catchy and would change "dramastlcally" ett credits himself with introducing release Tara on CD.
not so far out that no one can relate (oops, 'slip of the tongue). "I'm sure melodious bass lines to the band and But for now, he doesn't have any-
Everett says. The band prefers to pre- someone like Donald Trump views the bringing out the other two in concert. thing clever left to say. "I'm not goodat
sent both sides of an issue and allow world differently than someone like me "I was always energetic and Jumping those one-liners that make everyonego
listeners to choose their own route. who still pays rent and lives month to around he boasts. 'Oh, cool,' he jokes.
"I don't like telling people what to month." The current version of Naomi's Hair Naomi's Hair will let It flow at Club
think," Everett says. "On every song Each of the band members still hasa has since played with such bands as Gravity tonight. Run Unidentified and
you can't be preaching and coming day job. Mahaney is, 'currently be- Sonic Youth flREHOSE. Hoodoo Gu- Strongbox will open. The doors open at
down everyone's throat with a message.It tween Jobs, and Everett and Robert are rus and Concrete Blonde. Although 9 p.m., and the cover Is $4. Look for
becomes a little overbearing.: "freelancers' at Nickelodeon In Or- playing with such established bands Tara at Hyde and Zeke and Schoolklds'. ,
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order to fully grasp all of the conceptsthat o'clock rolls around, the kegs turn back that remain open stop selling alcohol,
I BY CHRISTIAN FuNFHAUSENIt's follow: Into pumpkins and the six-packs Into the all-night restaurants come alive.
mice Just like in "Cinderella" The Bar Rush descends upon places
I BEER RUSH mad dash to local It's the old "boom-or-bust" cycle to like Skeeter's, Krystal, SteaknShakeand
3:18: a.m., still Friday night, and alcohol-selling joints to purchase all of the workers at convenience stores. various doughnut shops as though
you're laid out flat somewhere from the barley, hops and yeast cultures one Christopher Hooker, 21, works at the food were going out of style.
booze and club-hopping. Or you're can before 2 a.m. or before one passes Texaco Food Mart on East University Drive into Skeeter's parking lot on
watching the late-late-late show, another out (whichever comes first). Avenue from "10 until somebody comesin Thirteenth Street around 3 a.m. and
D-minus movie like Surf Nazis BAR RUSH mad dash from bars to take me away from all this"- quite often you'll have to park closer to
I Must Die. Or you're catching up on that and clubs that no longer sell alcohol usually around dawn. Like most other Wal-Mart than to the restaurant itself.
quantum mechanics pleasure-reading after 2 a.m. to find something to eat or convenience stores fn Gainesville, the According to one waiter who works
you've been meaning to do. Anythingbut do while one is still conscious. steady stream of student business there, that's commonplace.
work. SURREALLY COOL HOTSPOTS not- (that's the "boom") slacks off after the Jimmy Joe, "waiter/security" at
Unless you work the graveyard. The so-mad dash to copy one's body before Beer Rush (then the "bust"). Skeeter's, says there's always a fair
graveyard shift, that is. picking up a loaf of bread and a bad When late-night business lapses intoa number of customers during the night,
coma and it seems that rigor-mortls- and it's "Just a little more crowded on
of-the-brain may set in at any moment, weekends." Like a majority of service-
what do these employees do? related businesses In Gainesville,
-1i iu + a F w "We try to find something to keep us Skeeter's depends on students and
busy," Hooker says. "It'd be too mind- alumni in the fall to get them by in the
numbingly boring otherwise. Since leaner (I.e., non-football) spring and
you can only re-stock the shelves so summer months. "We are student-ori-
many times before It becomes monoto- ented,"Jimmy says. ."You know-when
nous, he spends his time doing "busywork" they leave, we die.:
and preparing the store for the Closer to campus, the Bar Rush
morning crew. sweeps down West University Avenue
At the 7-11 on Second Avenue, James and into Krystal after the Purple Por-
Godbolt, 26 paints a similar picture.But poise shuts down at 2. Maxie Washington -
"you can always find something to III, a Krystal employee, says, "(It's)
do something to clean," he says. God- a constant rush from the time I step In
bolt, who has worked at the store for the door 'til the time I almost go home.

more than 2 1/2 years, sweeps, mops ...It's generally go go go go, go.:
and cleans up most of the time he is Washington, 24, who works from 11
working between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. p.m. to 7 a.m., says the bubbly Bar
He says he even does windows. Rush crowds often make his hectic job

Godbolt says he gets "some real loony even harder. "They're just like.. laugh-
tunes" In the store on Friday and Sat- o-mania." he says. "Some come In and
urday nights. "You come in here (those you can't get a word out of them." That I
Aft A nights), and you will see some weird Is, except to ask if there's lettuce and :
people," he says, laughing and shakinghis tomato on a Krystal hamburger, which
head. there isn't.

9yw But that's not always the case, saysa To aggravate the problem, Washington -
clerk at Vern's Kwlkstop on Univer- says the hungry packs often arrive
sity Avenue. The clerk, who did not 15 to 20 at a time, swamping the store.
wish to give his name, said there are Then he gets a lot of complaints about
often "nice people at night and strange the "slow" service. "We only have three
people during the day.: Anything Is people, and we're trying to do the best
b r a possible in Gainesville. we can," he says. "But at nighttime,

eE", Despite the bad reputation conven- you can't put a smile on someone's face
ience stores have as easy prey for because they're like 'Hey,Just feed me.'
NATALEE WATERS robbers, some clerks say they have
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pretty looney) at 7-11.
Gainesville beyond shoplifting. vicinity of local weekend hotspots
Hooker attributes this to ".Galnesvllle's don't the Bar Rush as if they
While most people are in their REM case of paranoia (it'll make sense escape
generally friendly nature. The wanted to. Rob Chalker, 20, who works
cycle no, not the band It's "busl- just read on).
ness-as-usual" for the late-night clerk at Vern's Kwlkstop credits a local late-nights at Steak-n-Shake on South-
ordinance that requires at least two west Thirteenth Street, it's always
worker. However, the people who work says
Boom Bust in the Beer Rush
the graveyard shift, which generallyruns BusinessIt's or employees to be on duty from 8 busy from 1:30: to 3 a.m., "when they
from midnight to 6 a.m., vary a p.m. to 4 am. at late-night stores. start kicking you out of the bars." But
great deal In respect to how much and However, it could also be due to the unlike Washington, who says he rarely
what type of work they do at night. 1.57 a.m. at 7-1I, and the line of fact that he's "a very mean Individual" gets a break. Chalker says business
students is now up to 12. Two students he adds. usually dwindles and there's nothingto
For some, the hours drag on and on
have and three others six-
cases carry ,do during the rest of the graveyard
with hardly anything for them to do. packs of that cheap kind of beer that Bar Ruth RampageIt's shift except clean or play cards or
For others, there's barely time to catch
the with
you can get by planeload five listen to ghosts.
their breath. or six bucks. The other clerk opens time "Weird stuff here once
some after two. Some stagger happens every
The differences between the, busi- another register. Students glance about In and in while says referring to
say. "party of four, holding up ,Chalker ,
nesses when they are busy and for nervously as their licenses' are scruti( three The the of
fingers.
line to get tn winds recurring strange noises in rear
how long and who shows up-Is largely nized. Three minutes and It will be too Its outside. the there was a
way Theyjabber like a giddy diner (One night)
determined by alcohol. Beer, after all late. crowd outside and of the
Space Mountain. And like banging in the back, one
Is the driving force behind most of The traditional all-hours-of-the-night the of the
bus middle
Magic Kingdom, several hours of carts was In the
Gainesville's social life. And while alcohol hangout, the neon-bright conveniencestore high spirits (and a large quantity of floor."Well, they don't call it the "graveyard"
may or may not directly Influencehow has become one of the Great "spirits") have strangely transformedeach shift for nothing.
the graveyard shift goes for local American Institutions, second only to
of them into one of the Seven Both Thomas and Chalker say there
businesses, Its presence Is felt the automatic teller machines. It's Dwarves. There's
Happy, late-
Sleepy, are. some, drawbacks to working
throughout the city every weekend.It's probably the first place one would thinkto Grumpy, Sleazy (I mean Sneezy), Dopeyoh nights: To them going out" means
easier to see distinctions and go for milk and Doritos in the post- but no Bashful Doc's home in bed. something different now than what it

similarities between late-night busi- Letterman hours. Of course, there's a Goofy; Daffy and did before they.had their Jobs."I .
them Into three cate- But almost week, students Piglet here and there
nesses by putting every go as well Maybe used to be a party guy," Thomas
r gories: Beer Rush, Bar Rush and there in droves to buy beer (that stapleof they're not all hungry but no one wants' says. "(But) I don't miss it anymore.
Surreally Cool Hotspots. Here are a few UF diets) Just before the, 2 a.m., to go to bed Just yet. When I go out, it's like a,Tuesday or
definitions you may need to study in 'witching hour.: Because when two After the bars close and the clubs Wednesday when, nobody's really out,


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Ivor Thomas, 23, who works at Uni- teenth Street around 4:35: a.m. You'd
versity Copy Center on West University think that it'd be empty, but there area
Avenue, says his Job usually entails good 20 to 25 cars, obviously the
doing "cat<;{h-up" work, running course hard-core shoppers who Just couldn'tget
material and cleaning up. enough during the day. Still, I don't
When things are slow as Is usuallythe have to fret about finding a nice space,
case Friday night he creates nor about finding a shopping cart I
"Xerox art. Thomas, a UF English ma- can choose from the hundreds that are
jor, started working on collages to lined up neatly It seems as though the
Rp is break the monotony. He says It's a whole store is open Just for me.

natural outlet for someone who works As I wheel past the cash registers I
surrounded by reams of paper for am suddenly confronted by bizarre
hours on end, sounds: the elevator muzak the crackof
Thomas says the deadly boredom wood, the tearing of boxes, the shout-
that often accompanies his Job doesn't ing.I .
t bother him. In fact, he says he specifi- I turn down the hair-care aisle and
T s cally asked for the late-night hours there he Is, the man who waxes the
midnight to 8 a.m., because he likes to floor. His machine is making a real
work by himself. "That way I don't haveto racket. He's bearing down on me, wield
deal with people." ing the thing as If he were mowing the
A "naturally nocturnal" person Tho- lawn. I pass him.
mas considers the copy center to be the
perfect job. "It's too nice at night" he On the next aisle, several employeesare
says. "I like watching the sun come up." smacking various food items with
That's not something everyone at UF their price-sticker guns. This Is the ,
can say they do Saturday morning.At industrial side of supermarkets you
Kinko's Copy Center several blocks rarely see.I .
A away, Angel Navarro, 28, has finishedall I look behind me. The waxing man
of his work and Is reading a newspaper has turned and Is following me with his
Navarro, who has worked at noisy, evil-looking machine. I am not
Kinko's for more than a year and a half, paranoid he really is following me.I .
i '. says he still can't get used to the hours. I go down aisle 12D ("promo
Unlike Thomas who works only three tional/lawn and garden care"), and
nights a week Navarro says he rarely everything is orderly and stable. The
gets an opportunity to go out on week next one "dog food/cat food." is In total
ends. Worse yet he says, "I can't do chaos. I've forgotten what I wanted to
anything during the day. I'm usually buy
NATALEE WATERS asleep. I head for the entrance to get an
I "Ho hum. What a bummer*' While everyone else Is roaming the streets, boozing it While the .copy centers may not be interview. "Sorry, no can do-company
up, Angel Navarro still has to think about bringing home the bacon. the most exciting action-packed placesto policy" is all they say at the customer-
work, they do offer night owls the service desk. OK fine. I look around.All .
I and I can relax." Still, you can't go Into a doughnut opportunity to have a lot of fun for right, there's one Interviewee.

, Chalker says he enjoyed workinglatenights shop late at night without seeing a few about 6 cents. "Excuse me, I'm doing a story about
more when he had more of Gainesville's blue-outfitted finest "People come In, Xerox their butts: the graveyard shift and I was won-
weekday hours. After all, It's hard to stocking up on coffee and highcholesterol Navarro says referring to a particular derln..."
find a good party In Gainesville on a food. It makes you think they Instance when a group of students
Sunday or Monday night. might have a pastry complex.Not came In late and decided to "reproduce" ""..FOURTEEN FORTY-NINE. .
themselves. He sat In disbelief for a few CHANGE DUE FIFTY-ONE CENTS.
The fact that sheriff who
many people have to so, says one deputy
minutes. "What can do when some- THANK YOU FOR SHOPPING WITH
work when most people are, having a frequents Dunkin' Donuts on South- you
good time Is made all the more unpleasant west Archer Road. His "beat" Is south- one undoes their pants?" US."
when things get out of hand on the west Gainesville, and he can't take For those who want to see Surreal I
Job. And the more' popular Bar Rush breaks while on duty at any place Gainesville at its finest, Albertson's Never say there's nothing to do in
establishments deal with a lot of alco- outside that area. That means Dunkin' after 3 a.m. Is the place to go. Here'sa Gainesville In the after-"Arsenio" i
hol-uninhibited customers on a regular Donuts Is the only place at 4 a.m. wherehe personal account: hours. Just watch out for that waxing I
I pull Into the parking lot on Thir man.
basis. can sit and relax-and maybe havea
You have to pay constant attentionto kruller, too.LittleKnown. I
the crowds during the Bar Rush,
Chalker saysr "They get wild If you let \
'em. ...They'll tear the place up." Alternatives to Sleep I
Jimmy says that while late-night In-
cidents at Skeeter's are rare, he's "seenIt Now it's 4:15 a.m. The atmosphere is J
all" during the past four years. "You like death itself.[ The air 'is as cold as a
name It guns knives, people putting morgue, and the squat, white copy ma-
their heads through walls, thrown chines sit arranged like children's cof- I
through windows ... everything." Jlns in funeral home display room. Dire
Straits begins to blare from the radio. A
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And If there's ever any serious man stands hunched over the counter.
trouble. Joe,says the police are always He's reading Tolstoy.
Just a phone call away. Granted, for'those who work at the
And speaking of the police, what copy centers at night, their Jobs aren't
about all those 24-hour doughnut exactly fun, but they're not terribly V
shops? rigorous either. These places are far
Janice Beasley an employee at less hectic or prone to surges in business -
Krlspy Kreme. says policemen are that characterize the Beer and Bar JbyX
among their regular late-night customers. Rush stores. Without food or liquor as {
But Krispy Kreme isn't as sensitive late-night magnets few people frequent
to the Bar Rush as other restaurants.She them late at night. How many times
'says that while the shop gets a have you thought about photocopying r ,a;, i
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little more crowded after 2 a.m., the something after' hitting the clubs? -
store is mainly geared toward the early- What this' all means, for copy center MICHELLE KATZ
morning workers who stop in for,break' workers is that sometimes their hoursare Skeeter's may be the home of the 'Big/ Biscuit," but during the graveyard hours It
fast. full but mostly they are empty. becomes a home away from home for many a drunken bunch.


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Since that day Parr has been the symbol of my individuality and beliefin a strong Impression on the Gainesvillescene.
DAN KATZ Shatter-Posts' lead vocalist.It personal freedom." .
is the combination of Parr's fine The main creative force behind the "It's great because we didn't come on
What is a "Shatter-Post"? vocal melodies and the band's heavy band is guitarist Chip Kreis, who usu- the scene (in Tallahassee) and immedl
"It can mean whatever you want it to backing that creates the Shatter-Posts' ally leads the songwriting process. Ac- ately have a million people followingus
mean. ...Hell we chose it-we're stuck unique sound. Parr's vocals seem to cording to Kolosine, the songs' lyricsare ," says Kolosine. "It evolved over a
with it," explains Errol Kolosine drum- float above the band's driving rhythm. significant, though they may not brief period of time, and we developed
mer for the Shatter-Posts, a band hailing "We are a band that has a great deal seem so at first. followers. And they are people that we
from the hilly city of Tallahassee.The of respect for melody" explains "Chip's lyrics are not overt state- care about. We don't know them as
nucleus of the band formed three Kolosine. "We're not setting out to be ments by any means" says Kolostne. personally as we could, but we're Interested
years ago when boyhood chums Jon the loudest in town or the fastest in "They're the kind of lyrics that if you in their opinion and how they
Lammers and Chip Kreis met up with town, although we are pretty loud, and take the time to listen to them, you'll feel about us."
Kolosine and began creating the band's we can be pretty fast." find there's a lot going on there. If you The Shatter-Posts are currently
trademark "wall of sound." Bassist Jon Lammers sums up the allow them to, they'll draw you in. And working on a February album release,
It took the guys about a year to find band's sound: "The goal for our live you'll like what you find." to be followed by a summer tour.
the "right singer and it happened one shows is for everyone in the crowd to Parr brings the band's lyrics to life "We want to get all over the place,"
day when Kellle Parr wandered by experience an individual bowel move- with a pleasant yet powerful vocal style. says Kolosine. "We want to pack up our
Kolosine's apartment after a practice ment." "The interesting thing about Kellie is troubles and create new ones."
session.' The last time the Shatter-Posts that as a singer she doesn't have one
Now back to the original question:
"This girl happened to walk by my played Gainesville many audience major influence says Kolosine. "I sup- What does "Shatter-Posts" mean?
apartment and commented that she members were frightened by the pose an influence would be that she
heard our band practicing." says strange faces that Lammers made while grew up listening to her mother sing "If any one of us is drunk enough,
Kolosine. "At first I thought she was playing his bass. These grimaces were Patsy Cline. I'm not saying that she we'll probably tell you." Kolosine prom-
going to complain about the band beingtoo so horrible that they caused some peo- sounds a lot like Patsy Cline but she Ises.The
loud but she said she liked us and ple to have nightmares about the mu- does acknowledge her (Cline's) influ- Shatter-Posts and Mean Season
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that she played guitar and sang. Oncewe sician's face bouncing around ence. another Tallahassee band, will performlive
heard her voice, we had a feeling Gainesville's restaurants. Lammers The Shatter-Posts enjoys a good following tonight at the Hardback Cafe, 232
she'd work out." justified his horrid face-making as "a In Tallahassee and hope to leave_ SE First St.BATTLEFIELD.



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he hungers for. Meanwhile Sarandon satiates her- the last 10 minutes. Sarandon and Spader rise to
the challenge with touching and powerful performances -
self.They're surrounded by garbage ranging from the that make the story's resolution easier to take.

Marilyn Monroe posters on the walls to the Ding BY MIKE BRUSCELL

Dongs under the sofa. But what Spader grabs duringhis
stretch a sandwich crust from the floor is

still a hilarious surprise. It also demonstrates White Sibling Rivalry

.' Palace's major flaw. Litc1 ield, Oaks 6 East
At Torrid but the first between
tender
sex scene
0 A Sibling Rivalry Is a mediocre, tedious comedy witha
and White Palace waitress
yuppie Spader burger
0 a mix of lesser-known stars and television actors
Sarandon capsulizes the film and the characters'
al trying to breathe life Into an utterly forgettable film.
struggle to love each other.
However, it does have a couple of mild laughs, andIt
8 At times, White Palace Is painful viewing. Viscer
d Kirstie Alley Is a good enough actress and
proves
ated by life the characters hide their losses. Saran-
comedian to carry an entire film If she has to, whichIs
don washes away memories of her drowned son with
definitely the case here.
vodka. Spader's heart twists with memories of his
wife, which haunt his sterile-clean house. Alley plays a bored housewife locked into a pas
sionless marriage with a doctor (Scott Bakula of TVs
Reaching out to her new lover with a vengeance
Sarandon drags Spader deep into her heart a "Quantum LeapHis) entire family consists of
dangerous act because Spader can't reconcile his doctors, and all of them treat her badly. One day
class she takes the advice of her Immature sister (Jaml
upper-middle status with a nightlife of TV
honkytonks and sexcapades. Gertz) and has an affair with a man (Sam Elliot) she

When Spader goes to his best friend's wedding and meets in a grocery store.

JEAN PAGLIUSCSAY I leaves Sarandon behind, she catches him in a lie. After their romantic interlude. Elliot's character
PLEASE. Susan Sarandon with James Spader cooks;i Spader returns to Sarandon's house after the wed- suffers a heart attack and dies leaving Alley Incred-

more than burgers In White Palace. ding, flowers in hand. ibly frantic. And, purely by coincidence It turns out
The electricity's out. She's afraid of the dark, so Elliot is the brother-in-law she's never met.

White Palace Sarandon calls Spader's mother's house, where Martha Goldhlrsh's script Is often crude and taste-

Oaks 4 West Spader said he would be. As Spader stutters throughan less, ripping off elements of Heathers and throwingin
explanation of why he lied Sarandon's eyes bulge lines that wouldn't have been out of place on
During the first erotic embrace between Susan
with pain and fear. "Three's
Sarandon and James Spader In White Palace, an Company.
enraptured Spader flails his left arm from Sarandon'ssofa It's a powerful scene In a powerful film so why do Despite all this Kirstie Alley still manages to be
bed.Reeling. director Luis Mandokl and screenwriters Ted Tally pretty funny especially when she Is whining or
and Alvin Sargent hide it underneath sandwich gags crying. It's too bad she couldn't find a better cine-

from a hard night's drinking and a below- and a hokum fairy-tale ending? matic vehicle to show off her talent.

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New Yawkers with their debut vinyl, a new sound
: around town and no hype. They are the new scumson
( .' the block with' a grunge noise and samples to
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your armpits as they by.
"All right, Just sit down or DIE! Angle, dear, what
did learn
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,... "Well. Mizz Snagglepuss, my encyclopedia said that
,/.",. ."", ,.,-' "',.. Cop Shoot Cop frames their 'caustic guitar and '
; skewered sound bites within an exoskeleton' an
industrial environment.' I Just thought it was rude.
/ "What about the Cocteau Twins, dear?"
:' "My daddy told me that Elizabeth Fraser and the

f1 rest of the band have continued with Heaven or Las r
L fb. qty
Vegas merely as an afterthought to their last album, b
Blue Bell Knoll Mom said that although it has moved

further away from the Vlctorialand era, it hasn't
{ \ broken new ground. I think they're dreamy.
"They're booorringl"!

"Ruffus, put a sock In IU"!

\ "Who, me? OK. Sure. Recess time! Jus' kiddin'.
Anyway, there are several outstanding cuts on I
Heaven etc. such as the first single, 'Iceblink Luck,'
Cocteau Twins and the title track, 'Cherry-coloured Funk.' The
.An'man, the best Is where Jim Cole-
Heaven part singer
Or Las
Vegas unpronounceable'Foetzepolitic Is also pretty spunky
man asks, 'Now can I do Sonic Youth ... please
lots of bouncy synth, layered guitar and Liz's I
Cop Shoot Cop "
"Jimmy, raise your hand when ...
And Liz's Heaven
Consumer Revolt crooning. lyrics on are in English
Welcome to Ms. Snagglepuss' sixth-grade music for once, unlike previous stuff where she sang some "An man Cop Shoot Cop has radical samples! 'Eggs
class. phonetic gobbledy-gook. But I get really lost in all of Forrib begins with this girl from a cough syrup
depreciation the supermarket opera. commercial: 'It will hurt if I swallow/ will hurt If

Jimmy, take off those headphones and quit smacking "Very ... Insightful, Ruffus. Butch I swallow/ will hurt if I I... Mommy!

your head against the table. Class, let's go over "Yeah, them Cockatooes remind me of the time thatI "An man 'Disconnected 666' has all these phone i
|ast night's homework. Jimmy, give me that gluel! I sat In the dentist's office for six hours an' read sounds and this evil operator who keeps saying, 'No
ow then, class. You were supposed to write a through nine back Issues of Better Slums and Gar- more Information Is available about.. 666.
5-page paper comparing and contrasting the new dens. Then I got a root canal. "Mlz'Snagglepuss?"
albums by the Cocteau Twins and Cop Shoot Cop.
Thank you Butch. Speaking of root canals, who "Yes. Barbi
3illy, what did learn
you
can tell me about Consumer Revolt? Letch "Well. like I thought, like, 'oh-my-gawd' when I
Yo, let's talk background, underground, def sound
"Revolt ain't album like Heaven .
no hangover etc.
first heard these two albums 'cause, like, at first they
Jill around. The Cocktail Twins are Brits who've beenn
My old man came home from detox while I was playingIt. have, like, nothing In common. But then like I
that aardvark-guard scene since Garlands in He had to take a 12 aspirins. Cop Shoot Cop is thought that, like, Cop Shoot Cop sounded a lot like
1981. An' they was real artsy-fartsy for years until like one of those evil bag ladles who trip you with Steve Albini from Big Black, an' then I rememberedthat
(hey signed with bigger-than-God Capitol Records. It their canes while you're skating. Which remindsme like, at this one concert Steve said that the
as ugly. of 'Hurt Me Baby,' which Is supposed to be a Cocteau Twins were 'close to his heart."
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AMERICAN AMERICANSnuffy's GOURMET MEXICANEl SEAFOOD




Brown DerbyWe Restaurantand
Toro
Capt'n Louie's GalleyA
know how particular you are about Lounge; Toby's CornerFine Mexican Restaurant
your steaks, that's why we only serve 1017 W. Univ. Ave.376-8899 Gainesville tradition for over 40
and
steaks that are fresh cut, never frozen Caribbean pub atmosphere with Dining SpiritsA 1723 SW 13th Street. years-serving the finest in seafood
gour-
and broiled exactly the way you order. met burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, warm Country Inn setting seafood featuring veal Great Mexican Food.7 Days.El and chicken with the best buffet and

Our Prime Rib is a specialty of the baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand uniquely steaks fowl prepared and Tore--and that's no bull! salad bar in town. This week's special:

house with different cuts to satisfy wiches, and New England clam chow- Tableside, flambe', desserts pasta specialities.and coffee Grilled dolphin. GO GATORS!!! 309

every appetite. Seafood lovers will feel der. Relax and enjoy your favorite drinks. Gainesville's best fine El Toro To Go NW 13th St,across from J Krispy<: J Kreme<: ,
at home with a large and varied dining 372-6311
right
cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. experience at reasonable prices. Dinner FREE DELIVERY & TAKE-OUT. Ev-
selection to choose from. Dinners come
Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight; served nightly from 530: pm. Lunch eryday Ham-lam. 1203 SW 16th Ave,
complete with our fabulous Super (Fri &Sat!),11.30: am-2 am;(Sun),6 pm- served Monday through Friday 11:30to : behind Players3748100La LaFitte's Seafood &
Salad Table choice of and
,
your potato 11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa 230. SUNDAY EVENING SEA-
oven baked bread. From 5 to 7 p,m.join & Am. X. FOOD: BUFFET. Reservations Raw BarDowntown
friends for the Best Happy Hourin Fiesta
your recomended. 101 SE 2nd PI,behind the on the square. 11 SE 1st
town. Enjoy reduced price cocktails
I llippodrome Theater In the Downtown Mexican Restaurant Ave.372-9928. For 10 years offering the
plus complimentary hot and cold chef
Entertainment District. 375-7620 G-ville's newest authentic Mexican res- best seafood in Gainesville. Blackened,
selected I lors d' Oeuvres. Banquet facilities BREAKFAST43rd
available. Most credit MC/VISA/AMEX taurant. Our family restaurants have Broiled, and Grilled. Seafood Pastas,

cards accepted. Reservations major not been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. Bar-B-Que Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oys-

Serving daily lunch specials llam- ters,Steak, Chicken and Quail.Try our
needed but for parties of six or more,
Street Deli 2:30pm: &delicious dinner entree's 5-10 new Italian Specialties. Nightly fresh
please; call 373-0088.5220 S.w. 13th St.,
just south of Williston Rd. & Breakfast House ITALIANLeonardo's weekdays & 5-10:30: weekends. Comein seafood. Every Monday night: All the

WilY WAIT LONGER TO PAY & give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI. Garlic, Mustard, Maryland Style Crabs
(between Service Merchandise & Mr. You Can Eat! Lunch M-F 11-3. Dinner
MORE?? Get Gainesville's BEST
Cafe Risque Han's)332-0878. M-Sun. Now taking reservations.Scully's .
BREAKFAST-here!! Delicious om-
"DARINGLY CLOSE TO INDENC-
ENCY." For ladies&gentlemen.A full elets, homemade buttermilk biscuits,
with lox and other fresh 706 Seafood Place
bagels nova or
service 24 hr. restaurant featuring the PERSIANLa
favorites. Behind Hardces in Experience the Renaissance, make wallet suffer when
best
burgers, from plain to gourmet, progres- Why your you
Buffalo hot wings, steak&cheese subs Millhopper,373-2927. sive pastas and fresh fish in an alterna- have a desire for seafood? Scully's offers

and a variety of full course meals, Including tive atmosphere. Offering Thai plenty of quality seafood such as

stir-fry chicken,Salisbury steak Chicken, Cajun Shrimp, Gorganzola Boheme Crab Legs, Grouper, Catfish, Shrimp,
& fried shrimp. PLUS Cafe Risque CHINESE Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&California and Scallops, Clams and Stuffed Crab at
the food of life. We
Serving serve
serves you a wonderful breakfast 24 hrsa Chicago Style Pizzas. DaVind's de- you prices you can afford. Nonseafooditems
Persian food at its finest-marinated
day by a TOPLESS waitress. FEA- light. Afterwards enjoy homemade also available. Lobster night
Chicken and Beef Kabobs Tabbouli
,
TURING BEAUTIFUL NUDE FE- desserts, espresso, cappuccino & a ter- every Tuesday night. Casual atmo-
MALE DANCERS FOR YOUR VIEW. }J's RestaurantChinese ific wine list. Kevin Curtin chef. 5.-Th. Salad, Vegetarian Dishes, Authentic sphere. Open for lunch weekdays from
food: delivery, 5-9 lunch 5-10 & Fri. & Sat. 5-11 706 W. Persian Desserts and much more. Located
ING & DINING PLEASURE! There is pm; pm pm. 11.30am: to 2:30: pm. Open Sunday
no cover charge after 11 pm on Sun & 11-2:30: ;dinner 5-9 pm every day except Univ. Ave. 378-2001. downtown inside the Sun Center through Thursday from 5:00pm: to
Mall 101 SE 2nd Place the
,next to
Tues. night. Only a block to Hip
Mon and after 2 am Tu-Sat, Our dancers campus. 1000pm.: Open Friday and Saturday
dance for you until 12 pm Sun, 1 am 1225 W. Univ. Ave. Chef J J10 yrs. exp. podrome, 375-6612. Open for lunch from 5:00pm: to 1100pm.: MC/VISA.
and dinner, Satur-
Mon, 3 am Tu-Th & 4:20: Fr-Sat. STU- 372-6666. Monday through 2031 NW 13th Street, 3711811.SPANISH.

DENT DAYS Sun & Mon, everythingis Original Pizza PalaceThe day.sion. Catering available for any occa-

1 12 price 6 am Sun-4 am Tu. (studentID
required.) NO COVER FOR FE- COFFEEHOUSE kind of place your friends would

MALE STUDENTS ANYTIME! (stu- tell you about. Homemade pasta, fresh

dent ID required.) 1 block west of 1-75 baked lasagna & sauces made to order. s
Open every day at 5pm. Corner of NW t
on Williston Rd! 3361159. "WE DARE Store
Philosophy 23rd Ave. and 6th St. 372-1546
TO BARE. 3460 W.

Univ. Ave. 378-6370. In the tradition of The Market Street Pub La ConchaThe

Ivey's Grill bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th flavor of Key West right here in
Great for date and Inti- & 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by Enjoy fresh handcrafted import style Gainesville. and Latin American
place a -cozy: Spanish -
beers in a jovial English pub. Live en-
mate. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and din- the bean or by the brew.Espresso,Cap Cuisine. M-F 11 am-8:30: pm. 4002
0 MEXICANAshley's tertainment Fri, Sat evenings No
puccino, & numerous exotic coffees
ner. Extensive menus with unique cre- W.Newberry Rd. Plaza West 378-4002.
cover. 120 SW 1st Ave.377-2927.Lunch
ations.Specializing in seafood,chicken from the world over.Many varieties of

and pasta dishes. Sensually seductive tea,lOam-lOpm Mon-Sat,Sun 12-5. Mexican and and dinner daily.

desserts, beer,
espresso cappucino,
wine list. Credit cards welcome. Open American RestaurantButler The Mill Bakery, STEAKGreat

7 days, 6 ngihts. 3303 W. Univ. Ave. DELI43rd Plaza 375-4064.Jumbo Margaritas Eatery & BreweryFull

3714839. are our specialty! Open 7 days a Bar,fresh brewed beer. Drink Specials -

week. Monday thru Saturday 11 am- 4-7 daily. Expanded Patio with Steaks

}J's RestaurantBreakfast Street Deli 1:15: am and Sunday from 1 pm-10:15: live entertainment Wed.-Sat. nights. Beef & SpiritsFor

house 20 years. Serving pm. Happy Hour daily 11 am-6 pm. Oaks Mall Plaza,3310110.Murphy's .
& Breakfst House DAILY SPECIALS: Sunday Jumbo the best steaks and prime rib in
82:30:()() : every day. One block to cam-
pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave. 372-6666. Gainesville's Premeire Kosher-style Solid Cold Margaritas $6.25 & Miller Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
dell. Sandwiches, subs, salads and Genuine Draft 99", Monday Long Island Pub charcoal grill or our chef will prepare

Rockin' Robin'sFun more.Vegetarian items,also. Delicious Ice Tea Jumbos$5.25,Tuesday Sex Daily SpecialsDeli your dinner. Chicken & Seafood tool!

cheesecake' other homemade des- on the Beach Jumbos$5.25,Wednesday Sandwiches & Ice Cold Beer! I Open daily 5-10.2 For 1 well drinks&

Time Cafe Open 24 Hours serts.Daily specials.Behind Hardees Jumbo Margaritas $4.75, Thursday all Billiards, Darts and Video Games.I dollar drafts from 5-7 pm. 6-Pound

Serving a great breakfast (and reason- Millhopper,373-2927. Import Beers $1.25, Fajita Combo Din- Happy Hour 4-7 daily. Live entertain- challenge. 2310 SW 13th St.3734301.
ably priced, too!) 24 hrs. a day! Plus ner for 2 only $7.95 on Monday and ment 7-11 Fri. Open Mike Nite & Fea-

great burgers, subs, hot wings, full- Tuesday. We accept Visa and Master tured Artists-every Friday. Mon.-
course meals & old-fashioned "real" Card.
Thur. 11am-12pm. Fri.-Sat. llam-lam.
milkshakes! Free telephones on THAI
every For
NW 34th St. across from YMCA pool.
table so you may call your friends, take InformationRegarding 372-4751.
care of business or dial someone across Burrito Brothers
the dining room! Check out our choo
choo train & 1952 Juke Box! For a fun Out On The Town, Taco Co. Red Lion Tavern Tim's Thai RestaurantBrings

time It great food, 24 hrs. a day, come Contact Serving Gainesville since 1976. 100% : Great football and food Saturday,open you the "Best Blend of the OrI-

to Rockin' Robin's! 1652 NW 13th St. Amanda Escobio vegetarian items available. Try our fa- .I. 11:30am-3.50 pitchers. Darts, pinball), ent." Open Mon-Sat, dosed Sun.Visa,

across from Gainesville High. 378- 376-4482 mous guacomole!Open 7 days until 10. I pool and foosball-come have some MC, AMX 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-
'1 0817. 16 NW 13th St. 378-5948. fun!!2413 SW 13th ST 378-6320. 5424.





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RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.Oak FOR RENT: UNFURN.Walk MOBILE HOMES: SUBLEASE: HSEAPTMust

FURNISHED 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo
1 Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270.$280, sublet Immediately, 2 bed/1 ba apt.
washer/dryer available In most units for 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. SW area, close to UF, Shands, and shopping .
Housing Available-1 I blk to UF, coed coop $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B.2B,1 1 & 2 Bath Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs Farms rentals from $260 Incl. center. 2 swimming pools, ask 320
all utll paid inc. ae, 10 meal weekly, $250-$375. sec & Imr. 372-6422. 12.14. Santa Fe Trace Apts 378.1190.SW water, sewer, garbage pick.up, lawn no deposit, call 334.5728. 11.1464
parking laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. main. Also some great buys Quiet! Will
117 NW 15th St. 3774269 1214621 2 BR In SW 9 month lease Cent. air, Townhouse 2BR 1 1/2BA, dishwasher take long term travel trailers 378.9291 SUBLET: Georgetown Apartments Available .
hook,ups, near Mall only $285 central air, hook-ups, near Mall. Open weekends too. 12.14.47-3 now, great location. $150/month,
Oakbrook 2/2 (urn. and unfurn. Room. Key Management Only $300 November (reel) Call Steve at 336.1338
mate matching avail. Wash/dry From 372.3060 Key Management 1987 Fleetwood 14x70 2 bdr/2 full bath, leave message 11.21-10-4
$162.SO. Diversified Properties, REAL. 372.3060 w/d/ hook-up, appliances Incl., close to
TOR. 373-9375 or 378-9090. 111510UF INCREDIBLE campus Rent $350/mo + $150 sec or for Female n/s roommate needed to sublease .
Apt avail. now: 2bd, d/w, porch, $375 60
;
Efficiency Apt. sale $2000 down take over payments a room in 3bdr/3 bath apt in Polos
seeks M/F/ avail Dec, 2bd, porch, w/d, d/w/ $385; 376.5990. 1185.3
professor professor or grad Starting at $185 available 1/91/ $247/mo. util w/d,
.
student to share nice house In quiet NW Starting at $235 12 Bedroom 1 bd, $275; all wI cent h/a, fans: 373 0701 vaulted ceilings, fans 3356709 11.14.
location. $250/mo. (util Included!) No de- MEADOWCREST110NW39thAve Must sell 1972 Manatee 12 x 60 2 bd 1
posit Month by month. 377.0963 after 7. Duplex apt.. 1 BR, LR, Kit, bath, AC/heat, ba, w/d hookup, storage shed Close to Sublease nice 1 bd apt Pets ok avail nowl
378-3988 3 blocks from UF, I blk off Univ. Ave. Oaks Mall. $5500 Call 332.0686, Ive cony. location. Bike to school good for
Mill Run-secure 2 bdr/ 1.5 ba condo. 375.3881 $225.00 mo. plus security Also 2 BR, A. mess 112110.3 sngl or cpl 9 mo. lease $260/mo/ 376
Pool, laund., dshwshr (furn. opt. Frame $250. ..00 plus security Call 338 6987. 11.14-5-4
1839 11 14 102
$400/mo. neg. Call Deana 392.5910 W Check Our New Specials' SUBLEASE:
Only 2 mi from UFI Huge 2br/2 1/2 ba
or 378 4511 H. 1 H -3.1 All Amenities Available
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 2 BR duplex In country setting, air, near condo in Casablanca W. 2'story! twnhse
3 Blocks from UFI 2 bedroom/ bath. Roommates Available shopping, pets ok, $275 4 HOUSE/APT. style Avail mid Dec Only $500/mo/ 335

$150 unf/$175/ turn Available mid-Dec. We're No 1REGENCY Key 372 Management.3060 Sublet 1 bedroom apt through July 91. 0442. 11.9.5.4S
Nice backyard. Male/Female. 332.5825 OAKS Next to pool. PETS ALLOWED. Close to
anytime 11931 378.5768 ONE MONTH FREE on studio and one UF & shopping, 750 square feet Archer ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE
3230 SW Archer Road bedroom apartments Walk to UF COLLEGE Woods. Call 3722424. 11.9.11-4
Bdrm private entrance, turn. cntrl a/c COUNTRY GARDENS PARK 411 NW 15 St. 371.7777 VILLAGE
Use kitchen and Ivmg room. Most Uti lit. 373-4500 Sublet 1 bedroom furnished or unfurnished Roommates available Reserve your
(urn. Avail. Jan 1. 91 1740 NW 3rd PI, 2001 SW 16th StreetSPACIOUS Large studio 225.00 1 BR 250.00 apt in Wmdmeadows, Available room for spring Bus serviceto
$185mo 3722284. 1181.1 9 blocks to campus second floor 1/91 $100 off 1st months rent. Call UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn
3367997 11.14 10.4Sublease .
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private entrances 373-5663 $175 $250 per roommate/month
Sublet ibr/lba 1 block from campus ONE BEDROOM APT. partly furnished if needed 111542 MZ Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor
1 bdr furnished apt through
Quiet, lovely view upper floor. 285 375.0207
ONLY $273IMO.LYONS / 30, 1991 5 min. to Tlgert
mo/200/ 'sec. Call Yvette (day): 395. Walk to UF from this 2BR off Inc. some April .
0111, xt 4636 11.13.3-1 1 APT4000SW20THAV utilities $305/mo Nov. free 378 7810, late Female non-smoker to share 2br 2ba aptw
377-8797 $275Key Management eve., noon, or leave message 11.8-5.4 same $245 + 1/2 util must like cats)

FOR RENT: ALOHA GARDEN APTS 372.3060 Hawaiian Village.2br/1ba take over leaseas 335.3764. 112820.5
lovely 1.2.3 br, all amenities., near 11.9.5.2Duplex .
soon as possible $385/mo dishwasher Male roommates 3 blocks to UF $120
2 UNFURNISHED Shands. VA, Shopping 3009 SW Archer for rent, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath full disposal Call Ken 373.2977 Iv double, $175.$200 single Includes utilitiesl '
RD. 3770555. 11.18-15.2 mes 11.9.5.42brt Share kitchen and baths W/D
kitchen, pets allowed, close to campus,
1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished 378.8122, 3766652 111512.5
371 8141 800654
rent negotiable WILLIAMS- 1 br/ba/ lease up end of Jan ml option to $350/month, Call or ba unfurn 420 mo til 8/15 Free first
BURG VILLAGE 376-1253. 12530.2 renew 4mo leases Move In today, only 4544. 11-20-10-2 last rents & no deposit Point West Call NOV FREEI F N/S roommate needed
$260mo., Nov. Only $150. Call336-6110. 3780234. 11-1664
1 bedroom apartment In Viscaya Great asap to share spacious 3bdr/3bth apt in
Attractive 2bdr/1 ba 2nd-floor apt in a lease Reflections-brand n.w-own rmlbth-In-
Sublet large 2br unit in Summit House location January-August REGENCY OAKS 1br/1ba Available Jan .
quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373- eludes wash/dry Extras hot-tub,
Call 375 9961 leave
7132 11-15102 Unit 1l.21, Call 376-9668-Discount! 11 $295/mo/ message uary $345/mo Call John at 373.4694. weightrm, sauna, tennis etc. 245/mo

I Call Alex.375.6296 leave message 11.

Is Your World G'L::: ,:::.'*;.:UeUz Union Cinema PresentS' : >">' ': '1 Room for rent: master bedroom w/ own
bath, walk-in closet, carpeted, full
kitchen, living area, NW location 225
Thurs 11/8 Bill/ & Ted's Excellent p.r/month,373-7702. 11.14.8.5

Adventure
Roommate M/F for Seagle Building penthouse .
Fri & Sat 11/9-11/10 Glory great view, extra sale, spacious,

(Midnight Movie: The Adventures of Bucaroo Banzai) hot tub .one of a kind! $325 1/3 util!
Call 377 9663 Iv. message 11.15.10.5F
A Sun 11/11 Ran
\ N/S rmmt for Spring in beautiful 2b/1b
Mon 11/12 In Country
apt in Brandywme Great rmmt. Own
J\I Wed 11/14/ Blade Runner bedroom. Close to UF Option to extend
lease Call Elizabeth, 374-6947. 1185
movie times: 7:00: pm & 9:30: pm '
\ (unless otherwise noted) WALK TO UFII!! 2 bedroom/1 bath $175
( COLLEGE PARK 411 NW 15 St. 11965

l on, Wed Thurs $1.00 Student '" funded by
r* Roommate needed to share 2br/1 1/2ba
P'.1 $1,50 Non-student Government apt In French Quarter $200+1/2utilities
Ftl. Sat $1.50 Student Call Rob 375-6987 Close to UF 11955

Mu.lc a Movies Non-student
00
$2,
Needed female to share large
018SW34thSt .. :--v=
T \ >un FREE J ,.,p.-, Wmdmeadows, apt. 2bd/2ba/ $250 mo.
904)) 335.9061 and 1/2 utilities Call 3]6.1859. 1195.5

003, For Mora Information Call 392-1655
URGENTI! Need roommate for Jan. at
We can help. Polos Own bedroom, bath house

alarm. F/n'l, $255. Call 371-0575. 11.9.

F N/S/ for Spring in 2bd/2.5b apt. nicely
Stress Management THE MOST
Depression furnished except for own room. Must be
neat. $200. Call 374.8428 leave message -

Anxiety Eating Disorders FOR YOUR. 1184.5

Studious, clean nil F to share very nice ..
Relationship Drug &. Alcohol SW luxury condo townhouse. 2bdr/1/ 1/2

bath, wash/dry/ many extras. $240/mo +
Conflicts Problems EYEGLASS DOLLAR 112/ util! Available Jan 1st Call 332-9323.

Rockwood Villas N/S roommate for own
bd/ba in beautifully furnished 3bd/3ba
private, caring Simple Value... EYEEXAMS ARCHER RD Call 338.1058. 11945

PSYCHOLOGISTS & PSYCHIATRISTS Our little wooden building'helps keep cost down just r past Butler Plaza Female nil roommate needed asap for
across from RAX
own room/bath in 3bd/3ba brand
new apt.
on quality glasses. We donl pay mall rent.
w// security system Reflections Call 336
3768700Insurance You save big money "f 378.3261 1056 11945

Ask about. urns waoeew SULP" Wmdmeadows n/s F to share large master ,
bdr In furnished 2/2. Available Immediately -
Accepted $20 OFF or a spring. S185/mo. Call 335.5284.


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N/S roommate for own bdr In 3bd/2ba 87 Jawa moped $250 obo, Guild electric' 79 Toyota Corolla, am/fm/cass./ ac. very Sony VHS VCR 4-head w/ auto menu &
furnished apt for Spring. Only 1mi from bass all wood ?Walnut? 2 Pickups w/ reliable, must sell, best offer. 1-way editing functloni. $500 new, asking

campus $203/mo 1/3utll + deposit. Call Imrwlw' '' f I'fl1ooaI Smrce humbucker $200 obo, DP weight set ticket, Gainesville-Detroit, $89, obo. call $250. Call 372-3446 leave message.
3736257. 11-14-5-6
335.1883. 11-13-5-5 mounts on wall bench Inc. $70 obo, Call
373.8932 Iv msg. 11-8-5-6 Macintosh Plus computer) 30 mb hard
Available at ELITE today. Call 3351300.
Roommate wanted. Now or Spring. Female Pink Paisley Fender Strat. great condition drive, Ian, and lots of new eoftware. $850

prefered n/s, share 2 bdr/2 ba townhouse MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146 Very warm, brand new, unworn leather 2 heavy duty patch cables, korg obo. 332-5825 any time. Jeff 11-9-3-6
with a nice couple. Close to UF, Editor's choice Hewlett Packard bombadier jacket wpatches.. Asking dlst pdl. All (for $300. 3730603. 11-9-

own room, washer/dryer/dishwasher/ No Northgate M/C Prices lower than $200 or best offer. Stacy at 3752045. ALL STRUNG OUT SEASON BASKETBALL TICKETS on

pets, please. l30/mo + 1/3 utilities. mailorder, Systems below Include 1mb, Harvest Music always has 2 for 1 Sticks level 3. Call David Maul 407-422-5631
Call 376-3807 Tom or Cindy after' 5 pm. AUTO ALARM Easy Installation, portable. days. Will take beat oiler. 11-16-6-6
40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor. 2 and Strings 377.4249 U.F. Plaza 11.8-
yr. warranty + 120-day money back
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1096
Oxford Manorfemale to share 2 bdr / 2 Northgate 386/20-/ $2499. Leading Edge guarantee. $145. Call 378-7104 for more Fuji Royale 12 speed road bike very nice Exercise bike, weight set, bench, surfboard

ba apt., partially furnished ADT security 386sx laptop w/40 MB hd & battery- Info. 11-9-5-6 small frame great for small person $125 amstrad-PCW8256 word processor -
system. $250 + 1/2 utilities. Call LeA- $1995.1 1 & 2 year warranties. Onsite war 9043345934. 11-14-5-6 women's bike 3360834. 11-15-5-6
nne or Joy 3774056. 11.21.10.5 DPGYMPAC WTS. $95; EXERCISE BIKE
ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185..
HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University $25; SKI BOOTS (size 10 1/2)) & POLES FUTON AND FRAME SALE 7 REAL ESTATEHome
Liberal M/F roommate to share 4 bd/ Ave. 12-14-52-6 $75. 378.6821. 11-8-3-6 Extra thick cotton/foam futons, & sofa-
2 ba house close to campus. All modern bed frames. From only $200 set.
per for sale? Land for sale? Buyers'
conveniences. $212/mo 1 1/4 util. Call 1980 TOYOTA Call AI! 373-3127 or Matt 3772110. "11-
373.9584. 11145.5 RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants CRESSIDAruns Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell

for your dorm or apartment. We well/best/ offer Tall Men: 27* Alpine road bike your property pass you by I Alligator Classifieds
deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377- offers the
you cheapest way to
1 BLK FROM UFI I roommate needed Call 378.4545. 11-13-5-6 Shimano components. Fast. Light
5265. 6 blocks E. of 11-14-20-6 In
campus. keep your real estate the public eye.
share In
room spacious house. 1021 SW weight. $250. Call 377-3309 morningsor
5 Ave. $220 mnth Incl utilities Call 373- SKI FOR CHRISTMAS evenings. 11-9-3-6 Where else can you keep your property in
9758 leave 11-15-5-5 CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286-12 w/1 meg Continental Rndtrp ticket the market for as little as four dollars a
message. ran, 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor Tampa-Salt Lake.. Iv 12/28/ rtn 1/4. $300 Panasonic Omni movie. VHS movie cam day? To make It even easier, you can
Female rmmt for Spring/Summer in $900. Other systems available. 332- obo call Mike 334-7226. 11-14-5-6 era recorder/playback system without place your ad over the phone; all you

3br/2bath/ safe NW location 5 min. bike to 8333. 11-19-15-8 use. Still in the box Must sell $690 372- need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call
campus. 191/mo. + 1/3 util. Call Tina 377- CAR STEREO Sony 10-cd disk changer, 0694 after 8 pm. -9-3-6 373-FIND today to place your ad.
2403. 11-15-5-5 SAFARI AUDIO..lor all of your car stereo remote, Sherwood 240w amp, crossovers
needs. Come see the experts at Safari all Is trunk mounted, 332-4598 Duplex for sale, 2 apts., close to campus,
Roommate $180 month Inclu utilities. Audio. 4110 SW 34th St '3. 336-1128. best off. After 4pm. -9-2-6 MPUTER.. 2 bedrooms/1.5 bath. Call 1 1-800-654-

Tower Road. Call 332-0786 discount lorhousek.epln9. 4544 or 3718141. 11.20.10.7
Furniture for sale. Two sofas, 2 rocking Formal dresses. Only worn once. Different ISKOUNTERS
11-9-2-5 chairs, 1 matching chair, 2 end tables, 4 styles and colors. Sizes, 3/4 and 5/6. 8
lamps. Best offer. Call John 3351283. For Info MOTORCYCLES
more call 3783996. "11-9-2-6
F needed In
rmmt own room nice 3br/2ba "Quality Computers Unbeatable Prices"

NW home. $1SOmo 1/3 utilities Fencedyd Macintosh SE, 40mb hd, printer, modem Couch and Love seat set heavily padded 286-12 complete system only $1000 1986 Suzuki GSXR750 11000 miles new
dogs ok. Avail.Jan. Call Charlotte + lots of software. $2,000. 374.4309, vinyl leather, neutral color, oak frame. ** 386 SX-16 complete system only tires race pipe K&N jet kit asking $2900
3737529. 11-13-3-5 Mall Iv 11.13-5-6 $1275 Call 3720762. 11-14-5-6
m.g. $285. 373-8310. 11926M leave message Ron 3360582. 11-8-6-8

Free November! Cool Room In killer I I
house w/all wood floors, close to UF. Car. .

port, deck, & hot roommate Included!
371-4258*** 11-8-1-5
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited

M rmmt prefer grad students 1 block
etidlum. Own rm, share kitchen by Trude Michel Jaffe

bathe $185-$1t5 Incl util, private en
trance. 37S-8122 376-6652. 11.30.14.5 ACROSS 6 Chris oftennis 30 Yellowish 47 "A House Is
1 Trade pigment Not _"

N/S/ to share spacious 3br house near OPTICAL LABORATORY 5 Doc 7 Society buds, 31 Nero or O'Toole 48 Uke good

Oaks Mall. Own rm/ba/ $200/mo + 1/2 util. 10 Word on a for short 33 Disturb the cheese
Call Jin Xiong at 392-2676 or 338.4571. 'Quality is our most important consideration. receipt 8 Madden nocturnal peace 49 Drama lead-in

15% discount for any student, faculty member support personneland 14 Jot 9 Preserve, 38 Love 50 Indigo
1 to lease
own rm,
pars pool, wash/dry,
cable, atc, $188 + 1/4 util. WALK TO family members on prescription eyeweor. Just mention this ad 15 barrel: In in a way 37 "- Three 51 Have a talk

CAMPUS, call BERGER 372-1250 GGT. We have been producing quality eyewear for thirty years. Fantastic trouble 10 Witts' Lives" 52 Marion chaser
Prices on Vuarnet t and Ray Ban sunglasses* 1 Winnie Pu Instrument 38 Auto key 53 Pro _
Roommate needed asap to share 2bd/2 17 Goldie Hawn 11 Charity 44 Embraces 54 Place for a coin
1/2ba condo fireplace.. Very nice. Convenient Location 6 Blocks from campus with ample parking role 12 Nastase of 45 Wyatt of the 56 Peer Qynt'smother
$237.50mo + 1/2 utilities. Call 3388605. behind our building.
20 Rulers tennis West

Come sample our wide selection of frames. Our friendly 21 Start 13 Bad 48 Terrific bargain 57 USMA grads.
6 FOR SALE professional staff will make you glad you dkjl 22 Trading center Impression?

23 Pol source 18 Soviet ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
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MOTORCYCLESMOPED WANTED SERVICES TYPING SERVICESMICRO HELP WANTEDChild


Clinton 50.A 150 mpg Sachs Desperately seeking 2 FloridaGeorgia ** ** LET'S PARTY ** CENTERTyping 376.0339. Full Care/Housecleaning/ for faculty
50S/1A engine only 900 miles $300 Call tickets Call 332.9220 leave message Gator Boogie 371.4919' Professional DJ & self service computing. Open until family Includes helping homework.

373.'1917' "11936 service all musical formats 12.14.42- 10pm school nlghti Typing starts @ Need car. $4.50/hr. Call 3734484. ,11,.5-
Need 4 tickets for Florida
Georgia game. 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Sell service
9 AUTOS Will pay $35 each, Call anytime 375. SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS FOR COL. resumes $2.50/hr/ 15/page/ Laser HIRING SALES REPSto
6362. 11.9.210DESPARATELY LEGE Are available! Millions go un. typeset graphics spell check theses .
claimed yearly 1 .800.334.3881 papers special characters employment work part time, flexible hours Great
ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW NEED FLA/GA TIX databases pay: earn an average $20.50/day/ If
RATES, low payments, fast drive WILL PAY HEAVY DINEROScash( ). Call WordPerfect mailmerge training. you're outgoing call Mr Jones 373.3281
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS specialist Visa/MC '1214'
thru service, se habla Espanol 377 2277 Malt at 375.6581. 11.8-0' '
377CARS. WE CARE. 11,.16.'109 Leonardo's 1245 W. University Ave.
HELPIII Need just on FL/GA/ ticket! Will 13 HELP WANTEDAVON Looking for a few good enthusiastic
1982 CAMARO, New paint, runs good, pay cashl I Call eves 377.5274, 11.8.1. 1233 NW 'Oth Ava. men or women. 8:30-4:30: : 4 or S days
clean inside *** A Must See *** 372.1664 3758967Sell wk. Apply In person 24pm. 11..g.43'
$2900 OBO. Call 335.2202 leave message 11 MCVISAlnsuranceFree/ Avon Full or Part.time. We Train.
,111349Convertible, SERVICESNW Pregnancy Test Benefits Insurance 12.14.76.13 Flying to Boston Xmas break? Looking
Member for person to escort 5 year old girl. Call
Super Beetle'1972 Must see, Mini storage at I 1.75 & NW 39th Ave National Abortion Federation Jobs In USA and overseas All occupatlons 377-9591'. "11-21-10.'13
completely restored $6000 or best offer near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to '10 x 20 from Don't limit yourself to those lew
371'.4131' or see at''1132 S. Main. 118, $20, 10% disc to students 3328917' TYPING companies that recruit on campus Jump Recent graduate or graduating soon?

start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters We need an energetic, self starter to han
Nissan 300ZX '1986 speed, am/fm/tape/ SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 12 today. Write to C.A S.. 652 W. die sales for our Gainesville office Public .
air, T top, excellent condition. Best offer. Get confidential testing and treatment at SERVICES Pain Ave. Plaeenpia Ca. 92670. "11 21'. relations skills a must Business/
Call 3328473. 11-19109' PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. marketing major or experience preferred
*Typing! reports business legal Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par Hours could be flexible Salary + bonuses -
1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door ** GATOR MOVING ** resumes cassettes transcribed applications ticipate in new drug study for the treatment Send resume to: Sales, P.O. Box
locks, seats, windows a/c/ auto., wht Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing/ 1- letters *notary *"c.Available of lock Itch (fungus of groin), call 1702351' Gainesville, FL 32602.1702.
ext/blue Int. am/fm tape Exc cond must 24 hours/7 days/3722777/ 121476' 331-5379.t 12.12.63.13' i
sell, best offer 3345053. 11.9.26.9 Item/Hse Full Days/Eves Long dis 12
Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374-4791'. '12.'14.76. Dust and vacuum, 3 hrs per week
000 NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top $4/hour/ Call 3722284. ,11,..8.3A 1 '
VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding condition Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pair
10,000 mil, completely rebuilt. SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons service Reasonable rates Only Inc. -800.468-86119.. ,12.14.54.13 national full service brokerage firm is
Whit Intext/ Call George at 1-800- boarding woodser facilities Laser printer 377.8175 tit 00pm: '12 looking for hard.working motivated
226.3025. 11'.'16-10-9 hay rides parties sales working 4.78-2 $75 volunteer peo-
students accepted. 466.3224, 375.8080. Paying to qualified to participate ple to work in their Palm Beach Gardens
in new drug study for the treat oflce Call Mr. Deter 1.800.8219494.BUSINESS .
82 Honda Accord LX hatchback, power ...RESUMES*** ment of athletes loot Call 331'.5379.
steer & brakes, a/c, speed, new *SUNBELT MOVING* Complete writing & development services .
tires/brakes/battery/ 80k ml $2.850 obo Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies. Resume House 371.8148' '1214 Attn. U of F students Info In sitting for
Call George 332.3167' "11 859 ,1- Item House full Local/Lng dist 76-'12 the Dec:90 FL dental board exam at U of 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS

Lie/Ins Priced for Studentsl! Marty 375- F Dental School, call 336.6753 Iv. message .
,1973 International Scout II, 4-wheel MOVE. 12147611 Typing/Word processing. WordPerfect "11.'9.5.3INTELLIGENCE
drive, new muffler, excellent condition. 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates, terminals & pcs, buy, sell,
'1972 Scout-II parts vehicle Both for AAA STORAGE dependable, personal service Tara 332. trade, rent & repair Great prices, QUALITY .
$2100 372.840',11.5. "11859 Close to UF, Convenient 1469 12147612' JOBS. CDCS 818' W Unlv. 3380378. 12

4x4x4 l5/mo, / CIA US Customs DEA
Auto Insurance Typing ALaser Typesetting* A Plus Notes.We will no longer be distributing -
? 4x8x8 $30moS33SW2ndAve resumes 0 reports 4) letters etc etc. coupons on campus We will continue .
Why more .
pay 3771771 376.5465A 3500 W. Univ Ave. to provide you with detailed study
Get legal with Generic Insurance Call Alachua Word Now Hiring. Call ((1)) 805 687.6000 Ext.
Processing 12-14 76-12 guides for your classes, ava lable 6 days
37'.6687,378-77011.' ,11959 *FREE* K9486
prior to your exam Any questionsplease ,
Pregnancy Test Term Papers Typeset Resumes call 371'.6954. 11.9.9.14
'84 Chevy Cavalier automatic, 4.door, Gainesville Women Business Legal Personal Etc. BABYSITTER for '10 month old. MF
a/c./ '84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon, HEALTH CENTER G'ville Handicapped TYPing '1030330: : experience required, reliable Government Jobs in Local Area NOW

am/lm, a/c, auto 6 cylinder 335.5303. 720 NW 23rd Avenue YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179 transportation required. Call between 9. HIRING $700 to $1500 weekly, Amazing
377.5055ABORTION '12.'14.SO.12 10 am, or 7.8 pm. 3712497' ,119613' Recorded Message Reveals Unknown
'87 Mazda 626, 2door, LX, Sspeed, air,
(To 24 Wks) Details ((904)375.6238.) 11.13.5.14
am/1m tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks 46k BIRTH CONTROL T.L.C. for your papers, theses, etc Mac Paying $150' to qualified volunteers to

mlg Excellent. condition, must sell 335 Gynecology Services 2 & laser, graphics, spell check, edit, participate In 6 visit study testing safety Free Deta Is on "A No.nonsense way to
5303. 11'.20 '109 3739619' leave message 1.50 per dbl & effectiveness of Trentmom (Retm-A & $500 A Dayl*...send a self-addressed ,
$COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholar sppg. 11'-20.25.'12 generic) in treatment of acne. Call 331' stamped Inv.lope..Anthony Fitzgerald
'85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback, Locators 5379 '12142913'
shipsl College Scholarship pob P.O. Box '12984 Gainesville FL 32604.
5 speed, a/c, am/fm tp, sunroof, power '1881' Joplin, MO 64802.'1881'. 800.879- Typing & Typesetting Theses,
door/locks Excellent condo 335.5303. 7485. 12147511' Diss &, Manuscripts ONLY Cruise Line Jobs Now hiring all positions Classifieds. .
Experienced see Grad Sch list Sail the Carribean and get paid for
'74 Dat wagon. Needs tuneup. $500 obo. NAILS BY VONDELL K.B. Williams 332.'1402 12.14- It. Call(813)725( ) .'1560. 1'.9.2.,3, Continued on next page.
'84 Samurai like new. 3600 with G.ville 3131, NW'3 St. 377.1763

delivery 3500, you pick up In Miami. 375 Full sets $18' Fills $13' Hot oil Typing & Wordprocessing Legal, theses .
1477. "11.13.5.9PROBLEMAS' term papers, etc. Professional qual.
Manicures Pedicures Limited Time
Only. Ity & reliable service Call Nancy, tl. THEATRES There Is A Difference!!!

CON SU CARRO? Free dental exam Graduating dental student 3722750. 11.'9.0.12'
See Jorge or Jesus at PERFECTIONAUTO needs board patl.ntllor December OAKS' MALL 10INF.WIFMV DAILY TWMJTE SHOW
REPAIR. 4404 NW 13th St. Bays Free cleaning or filling If you qualify. Call TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA, FAST, KOAD $3.00( t4
"11,12,13.' 373.3859. "11 1359 332.5849leav. name & phone e. 11'.21'. ACCURATE. CALL
10'11, 376-4854.
79 CJ7.runs great, lots of new, tires, 11'.29.20.12 OAKS 6 EAST 331-8818 INSIDE IAKS MALI
brakes. shocks, carb Asking $3000 obo. *** Storage Problems ***
332.8489 after 3pm. ,11.13.5.9 Lei us help you unclutterl
PLAZA TRIPLE
Prices at $17. I REVERSAL of
'88 Honda CRX HF w/ 32000 mi. Must Gainesville Mini Storage THEATRE lUIGLEYDOWN

sell $5900 or take over payments, white 4430 SW 34st St. 335.6793ARACHNOPHOBIA .
wblue Interior, air-cond, great gal mileage I UNI>FKE3
Call 371.9888. 11-9.3-9 r FORTUNE TOM SELLECK

'1979 VW Rabbit Black 2dr 4 speed, $:JOG MATINEES STARTS FRIDAY! NOW PLAYING
PC IS
good condition, very reliable, looks great, ( )
very clean. Call Jon at 3381918. $600 7:15: 9:45 KIRSTIE ALLEY
Stems" Tomorrow: My HIM Heaven ('PCI I)
obo. "11.14.5.9, I 7:30 ':45 MEMPHIS BOLE (PC; 13)) HENRY &

1:15: Fri, Sal l. Sun 215-430-715.945.1200: : : : : SIBLINGRIVALRY
1988 Red Camaro Exc. condo $9999 Call Mid Frl, Sit
9047653327/4751460 11-1559 JUNE
CRAVE YARD SHIFT(R) NG17
'197S VW Sclrrocco $350 obo. Call 375 ? 1 I.45 340. 530.730.530. 12 00 E3

2461 11'.1449

Must selll '80 Pont. Sunblrd in good HOT SPOT(R) VEY GHOSTPATRICK
shape, no rust Runs great low miles 2:00: 4:30: 7:00: 11:30: 12:00:

V6 $650 obo Call Randy @ 335.6403. SWAYZE Held
'leave mss 11.15.59 '
1..1&.1. 41l DEMI MOORE Over!
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10 WANTED
= Pf" N'' '' '
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Local Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class A$350.
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie Fine 1015 N W Utlt Strcci, "

Jewelry* 3739243. '12147610AAAAAAAAAHELPAAAAAAAAA CINEPIEX THEATRES ODEON 37Z 5347 ,



NEED FL.GA- tickets Will pay $$ lor 4 BA 8.00 PMTARr9
$3.50 DAYS LISTEN UP THE LIVES
tix Call 904-565"1537. Ive mess 119 ON SATU DAY SUNDAY& :. Krays

ENTHUSIASTIC GATOR fRIDAV OVERT HELD OF QUINCY JONES EHU] H

fans wanted to share limousine ride to D STARTS TOMORROW STARTING FRIDAY
Jailor FL/GA game. Call 373.7713.n/a
leave message 11-93.10 QUIGI"
CHILD S PLAY YtIIOV-IE\ 50th Anniversary
Wanted 2 tickets to FLA/GA game 694- DOWN UNPFR

5519 -9.3-0' TOM SELLECK E3

CIGARETTE SMOKERS or MARIJUANA Weekdays:7.309:30: : b1[J WeA 740 5 u Today WMfcdiyt,71S 71 45 PALACE
440niseeo /
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SMOKERS with exercise-Induced asIhsma < FANU't

Earn up to $335 by participating LAST
In our research study Interested? For TIE ME UP! TIE ME DOWN (NC-17) Is
Starling Friday at the
more information call Mon-Frl 8am- 4pm.
392.9086. 11.,8.7.0'



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BUS. PERSONALSESHUGU PERSONALS PERSONALSSKI CONNECTIONSTuesday LOST & FOUND


IMPORTS has new stock: wool RUSSELL SWEATSFor SNOWSHOE! I 11/6/ Man I In red car, NC tags FOUND: Jacket alze 401, CSE by A101
RAMP. Call Randy 334-5206 Before 8
Please contact me. PO Box 15122,
iron gloves medicine, mittens balls sweaters artd more, lock 919,W beads Unlv, the largest election and beat prices $169person! 3 nights lodging, 3 day lift Gvllle, FL 32604. .'5.5.8 pm. 11.93.20LOST
on your sweats check out Lloyd Clarke ticket, skis, 1 hour lesson Apres ski
Ave 1115514RUBBER Sports We have 28 colors ft many stylesto partyl) Breakaway Tours 377.6369. : REWARD for return of gold add
STAMPS & POSTERS 20% choose trom We will match any local Space Is llmltedl 9-23-15 17 NOTICESMeeting bead necklace lost 10/29 Southslde of
prices because we appreciate your busl- McCarthy Hall.. Call 335-1423 or 338-
OFF AT ESHUGU IMPORTS 919 W Unlv
ness 1504 NW 13 11-94-15 0995 leave mess ,11-82-20
scheduled? Luncheon planned?
Ave Tu..FrI10.8. Sat 125. 11.15.5.14' MARDI GRASLimited
Let everyone know what's happening by
This, Is a notice of sale of public outcry of This Is my life, who am I? Just need space left! Packages 'from S1 59. placing a classified adl FOUND: cigarette purse at the Auburn
lost or abandoned property recovered on someone to listen and care? We are.here Don't miss this party weekend Breakaway game. Call 3735994. 11.11.3.20
for Your Christian Counselors 377- .
you. 377 6369 11-923-15
campus The auction will be held at Ih.Unlv.r.lty _
9383. 11.13.5.15Tennis FOUND: black and white female cat
Police Station on November 18 RIDESIf
Included for ALLEY KATZ Is a bowling center We very friendly, found on corner of NW 13th
14, 11190 at 9:004.m.: auction
will, 1981 Puch VIN Anyone? Come out and play Informal have It alll Pool video games, and beer. and 14th Streets Call 374-6862. "119-
be a Moped,
tennis every Thursday at 5pm at Open until lam Mon.-Thurs 12.13.43. Rickshaw Is getting a little creaky 3-20
*9540133, 1988 Mercury, VIN Flavet courts For more Info stop by 214 15 find a ride here In the Rides section!
1MEBP95F1E2603448; Kawasaki Mcy,
Fla. Gym. 1182.15 band. 2nd floor
LOST Man
: s wedding
VIN HF789139; 1982 JAWA Moped VIN JESUS AND MOSES $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp. $30 one way. Bartram REWARD. Bob 332.5309. 11 I.
TCJ210217GK147850; 1976 Pontiac Need CASH for college? Low Interest FOR AN INSPIRATIONAL MESSAGE 6 yrs of weekly Frl/Sun/ bus trips Pets 15-5-20
VIN 2K57N8A102023; 1979 Pontiac, loans available regardless of family income DIAL 378.3359. ok, pkg. transported GMG trans 336-
VIN *2N69Y9P25912.; 1982 Buick VIN Call 813.989.1390. 11-261015 11-9.4-15 7026/305-2663788. ,12-7-2018 LOST: female cat, brown/orange tortoiseshell
II 1G4AB69X6CW464554 1987 TomasMoped
;
calico. Lost In SW area since 11/1.
VIN tVY2A12112JK6489S6.; Simpsons with Panama Joe's! $25 Attention students: free money US Call 335.2455. 11-2610-20
1986 JAWA Moped VIN beers during the .howl! $1 Jack Daniels grants for scholarships, fellowships, Internships 19 PETS
.TLJ21011XGK129164.I ; 1978 Chrysler with this adl Panama Joes 3431 SW residency, and research LOST: Man's Gold Cross& UF/UA game
" VIN fCL43J8C132934; 1970 VW, VIN VIN Archer Rd 377-7665 118-1-15 grants Billions of $'s now available Call AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS. 3m 4f blue Sentimental Value. PLEASE CALL 335-
"1102463204; 1985 Yamaha 24 hr grant hotline 1.404.880.5428 ext merles, red merle 1 black, 2 reds $150 6923 '11-15520
'JYA14T001FA664347 In addition to the
STUDENTS GET CASH 1003. 11.13.5.15
or $200. Call 376-7574 "119519
above vehicles, there will be several _
For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy's FOUND: gray and white kitten about 4mo
other vehicles which will be auctioned for 372-1228.211 I W Unlv Ave.-next to Central 16 CONNECTIONS old. Found on 11/5 at Park 16 Apts Call
parts only books, clothing, glasses, etc City 12-14-76-15 3753579 11-13320
Property that has been held for 30 days 20LOST & FOUNDFOUND
and not been claimed by rightful owners SAVE ON RAYBANS GAY? BI? QUESTIONING? FOUND: pair of sunglasses In L011 I GPAon
by 9.00 a m. on November 14, 1990 will University Opticians GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs : 1 key found by fine arts blg.A., 10/25. Call to Idem. 373.2321, 11-13-
be sold at this public outcry ALL PRO 300 SW 4th Ave 378.4480 Info/Referral/Consultation ,2.14.78.18 on 11/2./ Call 375-1489 to ID. 118320 320
CEEDS GO TO THE GATOR LOAN 12.14.78.15

FUND. 11-147-14 DO SOMETHING DIFFERENTI Beer, LOST: pair of SWANK pars glasses at LOST: small UF notebook 6x9 wANT,
bowling billiards at Alley Katz. Open until
FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC MFP on 10/31. Call 338. -2072. REWARD. COP, CCJ notes, name "Tlerney" on
lam Mon.-Thurs. ''-'4-24.18
IS PERSONALS Serving UF since 1977 .18.8.20 front BIG REWARD. Call Rick 373.0499DIS .

Most Insurance accepted THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave
2 blocks 'from UF 1107, SW 2 Ave
Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator/ Great 3728724. Old esoteric books, astrology
Dr. Steven
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ByGREGQDOYEL slons. Western Division schools Georgiaand biggest revenue sports know what "Hopefully they'll let the divi-
Alligator Staff Writer The athletic directors will meet Auburn. they would do if given the power. sion winners play, and then that
again Wednesday in Birminghamto "We'll probably be able to keep UF football coach Steve Spurrier winner can play a team from an-
UF athletic director Bill Arnsparger hammer out their problems, Georgia, which would be in the sees the SoutheasternConference's other conference," Spurrier said.
and athletic directors from the such as ensuring the continuationof other division, but not Auburn," Imminent break- "I'm in favor of a playoff system.
other 11 Southeastern Conference football rivalries.UF Arnsparger said. "We're going to down into two divisions possibly as Maybe this could be the first step."
schools discussed Tuesday ,which has been placed in the have to compromise." the first step to a playoff system
through a conference call separating Eastern Division, may have to While no agreements were that would determine a national
the SEC into two six-team divi- choose between annual dates with reached,the coaches of UFs three champion. see SEC. page 13

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note: This column was written by a This column was sent to The Red and Black.
sports writer for The Red and Black, the The papers swapped columns making fun of
University of Georgia's student newspaper.The each other's team.
Red and Black and The Alligator Let's be honest. You don't like us and we
swapped columns making fun of each other's don't like you.
football team. The UF-Georgia rivalry has produced fist
An open letter to the students (and I do fights and arrests, thrown beer and hurt
use that term loosely) of the University of feelings. A few years ago, UPs mascot was
Florida: beat up by a bunch of UGA-ly fans. Given
My name is Gene Williams and I am the the chance, some UF fans would return the
resident Georgia football beat writer for The gesture,but that bulldog probably smells too
Red and Black newspaper. We at UGA have bad to approach.
.
been asked by your noble paper to briefly I'
extol the virtues of your institution and football ALLIGATOR PHOTO -Matt Adams
program. I have accepted and will inform David Blair is one of two UF men's tennis players who need to improve. FLORIDA

you of a few things you may not know about SPEAKSIt's

Men's tennis team will
a game full of ugly, nasty gestures and
Gene Williams
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Florida.GEORGIA bleeding raw emotion -and one of the best
things about college football.
SPEAKS There's an exhilaration that comes with
try to improve todayBy such passionate disgust. Hell, I hate Georgiaso

Bill Arnsparger's 1989 list of things to much I even know the melody of your
do. fight song, "I've Been Working on the Railroad
work on his control on the court, Duvenhage
1. Change Florida Field from artificial DEBRA SARI UNN said. "He must learn the only thing that ," or whatever the hell it is.
turf to grass. Alligator Writer matters is what you do with your racquet." However, in my attempt to write a scintillating
.. So the cheerleaders will stop complainingabout UF men's tennis coach Ian Duvenhagesaid Haddad, who reached the quarterfinalsof column to compete with the excite-
a lack of a place to graze. he will be looking for"steps in the right the Barnett Bank Fall Invitational, will ment of Ray Goff's current football
2. Erect a statue and rename Florida direction" when UFs Bruce Haddad and play Southeastern Conference rival Jim Os- powerhouse (nice 4-4 team), I put my emo-
Field. David Blair compete in the Rolex RegionIII borne of Vanderbilt in the first round."I tions aside and leafed through Georgia'smedia
Florida Field is such a boring name. Why Southern Qualifier in Knoxville, Tenn., don't expect either Bruce or Dave to guide,trying to discover which player
not build a statue and rename the stadium starting today. about face," Duvenhage said. "I expect presents the Gators' toughest challenge.I .
after Florida and After the team's show at I did eventually find a worthy opponent-
a person players respect disappointing progress and movement in the right direc
emulate. Like Jimmy the Greek or Pete Rose. the Barnett Bank Fall Invitational last week tion. Both know what they need to do. John Kasay. He's a fine place kicker. Too
3. Paint a symbol representing the University end, Duvenhage has talked at length with We're all on the same page." bad we'll only get to see him perform once
Blair and Haddad about what this year,the opening kickoff,unless he adds
on the 50- yard-line. adjustmentsneed Duvenhage also compared his team's
This symbol can be a recruiting tool and to be made in their games. move toward improvement with the treat punting to his repertoire.
Other than ol' couldn't find
show the dedication that Florida has to de- While these adjustments include attitude ment of a sick person. John, I anyoneto
velop the student-athlete to his fullest poten changes for both players, Blair and He said that first, the problem must be mention other than that guy who got
busted for cocaine off
tial.The symbol Florida chose was an "F"- Haddad's problems fall into different cate- agreed upon,then treatment can be agreed selling last summer
the back
of truck. I won't into that
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the cumulative GPA of the football team. gories. upon and administered. go
I'm not cruel
Teams that can easily be confused with "Dave tends to withdraw his emotions," Duvenhage expects this qualifying tour But a man.
absent
since stellar UGA athletes seem
the Florida Gators Duvenhage said.Strategically nament will be extremely difficult.
Notre Dame Blair will have to hit this year, maybe history itself presentsthe
,
more "It's
a very, very tough tournament witha challenge. For 58 UF fans have
years
Florida fans can proudly hold their heads aggressively, Duvenhage said. Blair, a very, very tough draw," he said. been meeting their UGA counterparts for a
and say the Gators have won just as many sophomore Gainesville native, is one of This tournament allows players to qualify weekend tryst in Jacksonville.In .
SEC titles as the fighting Irish which of eight seeded players in weekend's 128- for the Rolex Tournament, which is playedin 36 of those years, Florida fans have left
course is zero. player draw. February. That tourney is one of the the Gator Bowl disheartened and disillusioned
2. Clemson He will face University of Southwestern collegiate grand slam tournaments.The -always with earfuls of pleasantriesfrom
Beside the obvious similarity of studentIQ Louisiana's Shawn Heinchen in the first top eight competitors in the qualifyIng humble and polite UGA fans,noble and
level, both Clemson and UF have orange round. tournament are seeded numerically. happy in victory.
helmets and orange shirts. How sweet, I Haddad, on the other hand, fits into Those players who would fall into the ninthto Maybe you think it'll happen again this
matching Garanimal outfits so the players another emotional category with his ten- sixteenth seeded slots, including Blair, year. Don't kid yourself. We're loaded. And
won't forget to put them on. dency to get angry, Duvenhage said. are listed in alphabetical order. we're due.

3. Vanderbilt "Bruce (Haddad) needs to continue to The qualifier runs today through Sunday. UF has the conference's best offense, its

Whoa, big mistake on my part. Vandy's best defense, its top-rated passer, its Interception
diplomas are made of parchment, not the II. Volleyball team takes 'on) :SECBy I leader and three running backs who
construction paper UF issues them on. could start anywhere in the nation.

Places UF hasn't been in a while HUGH HENCKEN place in the SEC going into the contest Georgia doesn't even have Vince Dooley.To .
1. New Orleans Alligator Writer with the Volunteers. Tennessee ((8-13,. be fair, the Gators don't have much ofa
Does UF even know what state New Orleans 24 in the SEC) is seventh. punting game, but heck, with UGA's de-
is in? New Orleans is the home of the When the UF volleyball team faces The Gators have been led by Junior. fense, we probably won't need it.
Sugar Bowl. You know, that's the game you Tennessee tonight in Knoxville, one Steffi Legall all season. Legal! leads the So instead of cheap shots about the threat
Gator fans watch every New Year's Day at thing will be on their minds: their South- team in kills with 345 and was first In the ened loss of academic accreditation, as-
home while hosting the Sharp's beer keg eastern Conference. tournament, seed- ;SEC last week in digs with 319. sorted felonies by players and the rumors
party. ing.. ""The' Gators also'will face'Kentucky' (gasp, shudder) of recruiting violations, I'll
4 2. Athens, Ga. Tennessee is lower ranked in the this weekend In Lexington. UF.will close just give UGA fans some advice.
It's a good thing, too.Since UGA plays UF SEC,but if we take them lightly or come out, its conference schedule Saturday Drive to Jacksonville, start drinking and
in the Gator Bowl each season, it gives you 'out playing lethargic it could be tough," against the Wildcats((17-11.5-1, in the enjoy "the pregame festivities. Yell "hunker
Florida students your only chance all seasonto UF coach Marilyn McReavy said. '"I SEC), Kentucky is second in the SEC.," down, (what does that mean anyway?) and
watch your Gators play in a major bowl think we are in pretty good shape.:A win "We have a good deal of f information "Roooolll,Georgia Bulldogs!"a whole bunch
3. The UPI Top 25 would improve our conference standing,' .from Kentucky* McReavy aald."It'1 a before kickoff.Let it all ((including beer guts)
Since UPI doesn't .looking toward the SEC tournaments"OF hang out.
recognize teams on real important match for but
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