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I Task force questions Kellett about budget woes I I

By DEBBIE CENZIPER Last year, COAR was partially under the answers from the programs' creator and mon said the group must meet with Walsh
Alligator Staff Writer Infirmary's control while SARS was under it coordinator, Claire Walsh, her responses before any judgments are made.
completely.Now,SARS is within the Student varied and the problem was never cleared
Had COAR with the
UF Infirmary director Boyd Kellett spent Mental Health Services pro- up, he said.Student stayed Infirmary,
Kellett said he would have eliminated
two hours Wednesday refuting complaintsthat gram and COAR has jumped to Services Associate any
his administration was disorganized and Student Government. Dean Phyllis Meek asked political activity or protests the group par
ticipated in. He said the would haveconcentratt'd
apathetic while it controlled Campus Organ- SARS leaders were unhappy Kellett why COAR's excess group
ized Against Rape. when the Infirmary handed sA' r money couldn't be shared with mainly on rape education.But

About 35 people listened as Kellett ex- control over to the other department SARS, so neither group would COAR members said they had always
plained to members of the Women's Health COAR members, on the suffer.But Kellett said he never focused on rape education not rallies.
Task Force set up last month to investi- other hand, said they were thought of that option.

gate women's health care on campus-how happy to escape Kellett's au- Former Student Body Trea- Task force co-Chairwoman Kathleen
budgets were divvied up and what he would thority. surer Alan Levine said the Shiverick said from the evidence she's heardso
have done had COAR stayed under his do- But Kellett said before the group's cash problems started far, there seemed to be a lot of misunder-

main. changes the two groups often long ago. standing between Kellett, COAR and SARS

COAR, which focuses on rape education, shared budgets and employKellett "This didn't start underees members, and Walsh."I .
and its sister program, the Sexual Assault confusion which caused overspending Kellett," Levine said. "This problem probain -
Recovery Service, have flip-flopped around SARS's budget and left an excess of money bly started years ago." sense a lot of distrust and hostility in
campus since their formations 10 years ago. in COAR's. When he tried to get some clear Task force co-Chairwoman Eloise HarM this room, and I hope we can dispel that."

_.: Murder task force waits I

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possible grantBy


Alligator Writer Judge delayssentencing

The Task Force investigating the mur-
ders of five local college students will in

have to spend $75,000 a month of local

money unless a $500,000 federal grant
from the Department of Justice comes Humphrey caseA

through Tuesday,said Gainesville police circuit judge postponedyesterday's
budget director Patrick Callahan.
sentencing of Edward
"We're at 50-50 chance of
looking a
Lewis Humphrey, the most talked-
the ," Callahan said. "Sen.
I about possible suspect in the murdersof
?? eeh Connie Mack's office is handling the
five local college students, to allow
and U.S.) General
paperwork ( Attorney
time for his defense attorney to pre-
Dick Thornburg will make the final de-
sentencing options.
He said the initial federal grant of Circuit Judge Theron Yawn granteda
$941,000,which the Task Force received continuance in the case to allow
defender Russo time to
through the Florida Department of Law public JR.
prepare a list of mental hospitals the
Enforcement shortly after the murders,
19-year-old former UF student could
was spent within six weeks.
"The grant will help pay the overtime be sent to rather than serving a prison
sentence, said a spokeswoman for the
t i isP salaries of all law enforcement officers
[ Brevard Clerk of the Court.
i County
involved in the Task Force, Callahan
Humphrey was convicted in October

said.Callahan said Gainesville police are of beating his 79-year-old grand-

already operating with a $70,000 budget .mother and faces up to five years In
deficit because of the investigation'scosts. prison.

Sentencing resumes Thursday in
The extra cost for local law enforcesee Titusville. '

Murders. page 4 .,. ,\

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a., Fans ready for revelry I

Landing, said the Florida-Georgia week.
x By end is the Landing's biggest of the year
Alligator WriterIf This year's parties, sponsored by WAPE

you're making the pilgrimage to Jack- radio, Coors Beer and the Florida Lotterywill
sonville for the UF-University of Georgia feature the pop band NightHawk ana

game this weekend, the party begins 17 pep rally atmosphere.
hours before kickoff. "We're just looking forward to everyone

NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR More than 100,000 fans should crowd coming out and partying," Houck said.
floss the Jacksonville landing along the St. But be forewarned that the Landing has
And don't forget to
Johns River tonight and Saturday night to changed its policy a bit this year. Startingat
UF engineering senior Jenns Robertson attaches a tooth to a ceramic cheer one school and insult the other, 9:30: p.m.,anyone entering the courtyardsee
dinosaur In the arts and crafts center in the Reitz Union. organizers say.
Weekend 5
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seating must be in by 5 today. Limited Bowl Committee presents the Florida SPECIALIZE ONLY IN TOYOTAS
the night away:The Pal- spaces are still available. Call High School Academic Tourna- CALL AND ASK ABOUT OUR LOW PRICES
estine Human Rights Campaignmeets Andy or TJ at 375-4683, ext. 6648. ment today from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. 376-6752
Monday night at 6:30: at the Dine the night away: The Gay at Turlington Hall. Call 3921655. Nov. 27 is $7
Shish Kabob Cafe on West University and Lesbian Student Union will havea Boogie the night away: UF International r-----------,
Avenue. Call Sandra at 375-3048. pot-luck dinner and BYOB tonightat Folk Dancers meet every I FREEHOUR I II
Celebrate the night away: Cele- 7:30.: Maps will be handed out be- Friday evening to teach line and cou- SKJ N PUpp
bration '91 applications for division hind the Institute of Black Culture. ples dancing. No partner needed. I OF I
directors are due today at 4:30: at the Call the 24-hour gay switchboard at Call Tom at 3773341.
Omicron Delta Kappa office. Call 332-0700.) Meet the night away: The Afri- Nov. 28, a $13 I I
David at 376-9473. Socialize the night away: Stu- can Student Union meets Sunday at I Anyday I
Picnic the night away: The Undergraduate dents Over the Traditional Age ,, 4 in the Grinter Hall conferenceroom Tickets On Sale Now I I
Chemistry Society's meets every Friday evening at 7 at on the fourth floor.The meet- COMBO TICKETS for I 'OL 1-8pm I
meet-the-faculty picnic is Sunday on the Gainesville Hilton. Meet new ing is open to all African students on BOTH SHOWS
the Lake Wauburg North Shore. Call friends and discuss further social ac- both the UF and Santa Fe Commu- I Only I 1
377-6156. tivities. Call 336-9529 or 3357470. nity College campuses. Call 371- $1822AT I
The British the Florida Ka- 2578 376.)948.Float ) Only one coupon par table. 1Panama
Chat the night away: Chop night away: or Contriil( City Tickol 1 Master, I Joss a Aer .
Club meets Sunday evening at 7. For rate Centers offer free self-defense the night away: The Gator vamp & School kids Records 3431 S.W. Archer a 3TT-POOL. I
location call 377-2203. classes for women every Friday af- Water Polo Fall Classic Tournamentis .._. ....
Pray the night away: The Inter- ternoon at 4:30: in Creekside Mall. Sunday from 8:30: a.m. until 5 p.m.
varsity Christian Fellowship meets Call Cory at 375-8144. at the Florida Pool. Admission is
tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Room 363. Judge the night away:Judges are free. Call Don at 373-0601.)
The meeting is devoted to prayer needed for the Florida Blue Key Donate the night away: The Sal >. : : :
and praise, and everyone is wel- Speakers' Tournament Nov. 16-18. vation Army needs new and used ;; ;:

come. Call 377-4860. Debate experience is preferable.Call toys, food, and volunteers to wrap i
Dribble the night away: Gator Tiffany at 392-1661. gifts, answer phones or ring kettle r.fll:
Pride members' basketball coupons Tourney the night away: The Re- bells. Call 376-1743,373-7480 or 373- ': \
and fee cards for floor-level block itz Union Program Council College- 3759. ;


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I Provost, deans plan two-thirds of summer classes I IBy

MIKE BRUSCELL early next year to make further budget cuts, Because of the shortages, UF deans pre deans in the next few weeks to review their
Alligator Staff Writer Provost Andrew Sorensen said. paring Summer A and C classes should planto scheduling plans, and make certain the
"I'm behaving as if (further cuts) are rea- offer two-thirds of their normal schedulesfor courses offered meet the needs of graduating
UF deans will schedule 1991 Summer A sonably likely," Sorensen said. "I'm saying next summer, but hope for as much as seniors and a majority of students.
and C courses as if state-mandated budget that there may be fewer people that are three-fourths of those classes, Sorensensaid. One school, UPS College of Business,
cuts were about 3.3 percent, rather than the coming to Disney World." may sidestep some class cuts with technology. -
2.5 percent granted last month, UF's provost Gov. Bob Martinez ordered the state's Until his office returns the colleges' bud Several business lectures are video
said Thursday. nine public universities to return part of their gets, Sorensen said he didn't want to give taped and replayed for later classes, letting
If rising gas prices stifle Florida's tourist 1990-91 budgets because of diminished tax deans specifics. more students get classes, said W.A. McC-
industry, state universities may be asked returns and a sluggish economy. Sorensen said he hopes to meet with ollough, UF associate business dean.

Caucus to include 20 groups I

Event similar to United Nations to focus on diversityBy

Council and Florida Blue Key.
LEIGH GLENN Each group will have a threeperson -
The event, modeled loosely after
Alligator Writer delegation. People are encouraged
the United Nations, was organizedby
to dress ethnically.
Campus groups representing all Student Government's Multi-
walks of life will meet in the Reitz Cultural Affairs Cabinet Director
Weston said the groups must
Union Auditorium Tuesday for Mama Weston.
show courtesy to others for the
nine-hour Diversity Caucus, a Weston said he hopes to get students caucus to be successful.
forum designed to get different per traditionally left out of cam
spectives on life-shaping Issues. pus politics to give their input General sessions will be at 9

The caucus, which begins at 9 through the forum. a.m., noon and 3 p.m. At 5:30: p.m.,
a.m., will have at least 20 groups "It's an opportunity for them to the Rules and Agenda Committeewill
r # "",IjGf participating including Student represent themselves," Weston issue a final report of resolu-
Senate, Community Against Hate said. "Politics is not a bad word. tions made through the day's dis-
Crimes, the Gainesville NAACP, Everything is political." cussions. Groups not signed up can
Campus NOW, the AIDS Coalitionto Weston said groups could bring still participate by arriving at 8:30:
Unleash Power,the Black Greek any issue before the caucus. a.m., Weston said.

Nursery raise care prices I

Baby. Gator needs more money to cover expenses I

By PATRICIA LEE and raising the higher income non-student fee to$325.
Alligator Writer Mayeux also proposed placing the lower income non-
student parents in a separate category and charging
Students and other parents with children at Baby them $225.But .
0 Gator, UF's low-cost nursery, will pay higher monthlyfees some students actually are better off financiallythan
next year if the center's board of directors ap- the lower income families, and a $55 a month
proves a fee increase later this month. increase would hurt them,Associate Dean of Student
Members of the center's budget committee met Services Michael Rollo said.It .
Tuesday to discuss how to raise fees to cover increased also makes more sense to"raise the money a little
maintenance,_food service where the most people are rather
and personnel costs. After discussing than a lot where there are only a
various options, committee Baby few," he said.
members agreed to raise the price Gator Rollo, Mayeux,Baby Gator direc-
for all parents, including students. decided to raise tor Tom Logan and Hans Gottgens,
Originally, Student Body Vice parent representative for Baby
President Kevin Mayeux wanted to monthly prices for Gator East calculated several op-
keep the student fees the same and tions before arriving at the final
have the non-student parents cover all parents, plan that will be submitted to the
the increased costs. But because including students.lies board of directors Nov. 28.
only 22 of the 107 children at the The proposed fees are $180 for
center are from non-student fami- students.. S200 for lower- income
committee members felt the plan wouldn't work. non-students and $325 for those with higher incomes.

STEPHANIE SOMMER Currently, Baby Gator charges parents who earn "It's still a good buy for child care in general,"Logan
Skimming scum less than $35,000 a year and all students, regardlessof
said. Other city day care centers charge more. Gainesville
UF biologist Edward P. Lincoln skims debris off an algae income,a$170 monthly fee. Families with earningsof Country Day charges $450 a month, he said.
more than $35,000 a $285. Administratorshad
I tank The is used for year pay
waste water
Sunday. algae treating planned to raise the student and low-income fee
and for recycling nutrients. to $185 and the other to $325. I If the proposal is approved by the board of directorsand
later the State University System's Board of
Mayeux proposed keeping the student fee at $170 Regents, the new charges will take effect next fall.

I Art festival to begin todayBy j I [Senate. :amends' replacement bill I I I

ELLEN NESHEIM said.The Student Senators ,went to' work ",It will probably not bring more minority
Alligator Writer festival, once called Art Walk, began ".' quickly Wednesday night, passing two students, but at least it-won't
nine years ago as an attempt to bring people bills at an unusually short meeting. 'I* them ," Markus said.
An arts and crafts show, tempting cuisine, downtown, White said. Senators passed an amendment that .scare away

local music and children's activities are all part In 1984, the year before White took on the added'exemptions to the summer replacement During their 45-minute meeting, senators
of the 9th Annual Downtown Festival in 24 artists the t bill three weeks
festival,there were only on plaza. ; passed ago. alSO-' ave preliminary approval to
Gainesville November 9-11 at the downtown This year's expanded show is a three-day eventto The bill forces senators to permanently a bill that changes the structure of the
community plaza. include tonight's American Music Night, ,give up their seats if they. leave UF for' Board of College Councils' Executive
This year's festival,which is co-produced by which showcases local talent. the- summer.., Committee.,
the Arts Association of Alachua County and The music starts tonight after the 5-7 p.m. The new amendment allows senators
the City of Gainesville, is larger than any in fund raiser, which costs$10 a person and $15a 'to be exempt from the.rule if they leave I: The BOCC is responsible for organ-
the past and will include more than 200 artists, couple, and features champagne and hors ;;for''military service*financial oblige' izing and coordinating the activities and
said Lyn White, the festival's executive direc- d'oeuvres in the Sun Center Courtyard. tions'state-mandated internships or if funding requests for all of UFs college
tor. Within the last three years, the atten- White said the public will have many oppor- the senator 'is an international student organizations. .
dance and size of the show has doubled. tunities to get involved at this festival, includ- i rwith; alien status, said former Sen. Gloria .
"Last year we had 60,000 people attend,this *. Markus., the.bill's. author.: t I-ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKII
year we're hoping for 80,000 to 100OOO"White see Festival page 4 ';;; ":: ,

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(UPI) Children playing with "When I came out to look, a man came out of the CHINESE Take out service
matches caused a home fire that killed two 1-year-old house right over there. The curtains were on flames. RESTAURANT "One of the best Chinese
boys and injured six other youngsters, investigatorssaid He had one baby by the leg and the baby was just in restaurants In town"
Thursday. flames. He put the baby on the ground and squirtedhim .
Killed in the blaze were Michael Williams and down, then went in and got two other children," 3830 SW 13th St Across from Legends 33664643368037
Edward Mortimer. Mortimer's 2-year-old sister was said witness Nancy Barbaria.
in cri condition with third-degree burns Jackson Firefighters discovered one child hiding in the
Memorial Hospital."Investigators hallway and two other children lying on a bed in a
The)J. W. Reitz Union and the Department of Music Present:
have determined that the fire was rear bedroom. Another child was found gasping for
accidental due to children playing with matches,"said breath and trying to wiggle through burglar bars on
Bill Glass,a Metro Dade Fire Department spokesman.The a window the back of the home.All four were treatedfor The 17th Annual
fire started shortly after 10 p.m. Wednesday, smoke inhalation."We .
and the flames quickly spread through the duplex saw three pairs of hands coming out the
despite the efforts of Wilford Poke,38,who was inside window. They (the children) were screaming-just itttttrs
the home, to drag a burning mattress set afire by the panicking,"said neighbor Sheri Burt. "One was tryingto abrigal
children out of the building."It get out the bars, the other two were just reaching,
was hot. I mean you're talking something like screaming for him to come get them."
100 or more with heat. That's hot, that's hard for Another careful search of the home by firefightersled An Medieval
Evening of
anybody to withstand he said. to the discovery of a small boy hiding under a pile
Poke told investigators he jumped out of a back of clothes in a closet.That child was being treated for Feastery and Entertainment
window and re-entered the house through the front smoke inhalation and second-degree bums on one
door to reach the children. arm and hand, Glass said.

I Bush to bolster U.S. forces in Gulf I Tuesday Saturday,November,December 27 1.

7.00pm: at the Reitz Union
WASHINGTON (UPI) President Bush an- "I have today directed the secretary of defense to
nounced Thursday that he is boosting U.S. forces in increase the size of U.S. forces committed to Desert
the Persian Gulf region to build an"adequate offensive Shield to ensure that the coalition has adequate UF students: $14.95
military option" should further action become neces- offensive military option should that be necessary to General Public $19.95
sary against Iraq's Saddam Hussein.In assure our common goals," Bush said at his second
a significant shift from what has been a purely news conference of the day.
defensive posture in the region since Iraq invaded He left the actual operational details to be discussed Tickets must be purchased in advance at
Kuwait Aug. 2, Bush said he had directed Defense later at the Defense Department by Cheney. the University Box Office.Call 392-1653.
Secretary Dick Cheney to order an unspecified de- Asked if the move meant he was readying for war,
ployment of soldiers. Bush said, "I would love to see a peaceful solution. I -
Bush said there are currently 230,000 American think Saddam Hussein should fully,without condition,
troops in the volatile region and administration officials comply (with the 10 U.N.directives to withdraw troops
earlier had indicated that number could be from Kuwait). If this movement of force convinceshim r
increased by as many as 100,000 new soldiers. so much the better."

I Drug chief: Mayor Barry part of drug problemin II

WASHINGTON (UPI) Departing national drug hindsight,if people knew then what they know now, P10BILNA5TBTO ;
czar William Bennett said Thursday that Mayor I think they would have said that that was right," he
Marion Barry was deliberately excluded from federal said.Bennett THEAThE:
plans to fight drugs in the District of Columbia because went on to say that his job as the nation's PPiESEN
Barry was "part of the problem. chief of anti-drug policy was made more difficult by
Bennett said he had no "hard evidence" that Barry Barry's involvement with cocaine.
was using drugs at the time the Office of National "I 1 mean, you've got a real serious problem when
Drug Policy Control was devising its strategy to curb the chief executive officer of a city which has a drug t
illegal narcotics in the nation's capital. problem is taking crack," Bennett said.
However, Barry's subsequent conviction and six- The mayor's office had no immediate comment on
month prison sentence for cocaine possession have Bennett's remarks.
vindicated the decision to develop an anti-drug program When Bennett took office in March 1989, he declared -
without the mayor's help,Bennett told reporters. he would make the District a "test case" for
"I 1 did not think he was part of the solution, and, by the administration's war on drugs.
God, I was right. He's part of the problem," Bennett Thursday, Bennett said the administration decidedto
said. "I suspected that his interest in the topic was confront D.C.'s drug problem because"the city was
different from mine, and that we were going to get bleeding to death," but that he realized "at the time
something... less than 100 percent cooperation. that our chances of succeeding were very low."
Bennett said his office did meet with the mayor and Bennett took his parting shots at Barry during at a
other city officials, but Barry "wasn't central to the White House ceremony at which President Bush t
planning and coordination of our project""At accepted Bennett's resignation as chief of the Drug
that time, I was criticized for that, but I think Policy Control Office.

MURDERSfrom covered. "My concern is that we may not
page 1 Task Force spokesman Dick Ge- be able to match the lost officers
rard said Thursday all troopers will one-for-one," Gerard said.
ment resulted partly from an addi- have left Gainesville by the end of -fPlY.
tional 40 Florida Highway Patrol the week. "Everybody's going to miss the ROGRMobil"
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where the five students were dis- affect the size of patrols in the area. trols."

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Jacksonville will provide free
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reach Those under 21 will be the Duval County Courthouse.The 9:30: that night must be 21 ticket forger
49,000 turned away. Jacksonville Transit Au- or older.
"It's for crowd control," thority will run shuttle buses for UF police are searching for someone
readers! Houck said. "After 9:30: ,there's $2 from 11:10: am until kickoff. Also Saturday night, the who traded in 31 counterfeit Georgia vs.
really nothing to do all the Return trips begin after the Jacksonville Riverwalk spon- Florida student football coupons for:
shops are closed unless third quarter. sors"Party on the Walk,"begin- $558 worth of tickets to Saturday's gamein
they're going to drink." Additionally, the Landingand ning at 5 p.m. Manager Pat Jacksonville, police spokeswomanAngie
But being under 21 will not other Jacksonville malls Craig said the Riverwalk ex- Tipton said.
get you thrown out offer parking and transportation pects "wall-to-wall"people. Sarah Poss, an employee of the UF
"If you're in the courtyard to the game. Round-trip Athletic Association, discovered the
before 9:30: p.m. and are behave tickets range from$3 to $5 and "When people leave the fake tickets Tuesday afternoon, Tipton
rAttention yourself,you won't be askedto buses only run after the game. game, they can come straightto
leave," she said. Tailgate parties are allowed, the Riverwalk, she said. counterfeit tickets were printedin
Assuming you survive tonight but alcohol cannot be taken out red and black ink rather than orange
In the event should geta
of lots.Alcohol also will and blue, she said.
kickoff is set for 12:40: parking little tipsy at either party,both
p.m. Saturday at the Gator not be sold in the stadium. the Landing and the Riverwalkwill "The UF 'seal on the front of the
Bowl. Just in case you should come provide free cab service- tickets was in red ink rather than or-
Jacksonville officials recommend to the game by sea, overnight with limits. ange," Tipton said. "We're not sure
leaving early because docking is available at Memorial whether this is the work of an individualor
pre-game traffic will be heavy. Park near the stadium. "Within Duval County," a group of suspects."
Parking is available at the There are no docking or Houck said, laughing. "We The tickets were valued at $18 each.
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Darts & laurelsLAUREL Men !__, .

to the College of Law group, Achieving a
Barrier-Free Legal Education (ABLE), for sponsoring Dis-
abled Awareness Day at the law school.

The group, formed last year to protest a lack of accessi-

bility to disabled students in the law school, helped put Report facts not individual opinionsIn
together activities to show other students, faculty and ad- ,

ministrators what it's like to have a mobility impairment. the wake of Tuesday's election, the state of
Participants wore blindfolds or spent time in wheelchairs Florida has been presented with a new governor-for -> Lorraine Schneeberger

playing golf, finding offices and checking books out of mer U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles has soundly defeated R EADERS' ADVOCATEwhich
the library. And they discovered that campus life is quite incumbent Bob Martinez.
And in the of of
eyes some University
different for those who don't have complete mobility. students, an Alligator article on Oct. 31 might have stands to reason. Who people think won the

The UF Committee on Disabled Persons receives swayed many students-and anyone else that hap- debate is water under the bridge anyway. We have a
$25,000 a year to correct campus obstacles that cause pened to be reading the article-in favor of Chiles. new governor, like him or leave him.What's .
at stake here is journalistic ethics, which
The article quotes two UF professorspoliticalscience
problems for disabled students. But the money is only a professor Stephen Craig and history professor Henegar points out in his letter. Perhaps many stu-
drop in the bucket for colleges like the law school, David Colburn. Both professors echo the same mes- dents were undecided before going to the polls.After
which doesn't have automatic doors. sage: Lawton Chiles "won"the Tuesday night debate. reading an article that states"It looks like Chiles came
Events like Disability Awareness I don't know how many readers saw the debate,butI out ahead," from "credible" UF sources even, some
Day are a step toward
I did. To say that either candidate won the debate is students could have been swayed without possessingany
making UF sensitive to the problems of dis-
more concrete knowledge about either candidate.If .
.an incredible, if not impossible, statement.
abled people, and we're glad to see students taking part. No one "wins" political debates. Unless you judge The Alligator going to print"results"of a debate,
LAUREL to those who voted in Tuesday's local and winning on the basis of who called who the most one candidate should not be spotlighted.Two opinions
creative names. from UF professors should not dictate a vote from
state races, and DART to those who didn't. We were
"Come on, Alligator! After reading how Lawton undecided students.
glad to see the majority of people turn out to let Gov. Chiles'won' the debate with Bob Martinez, it is apparent Said Henegar,"I know this is hard for The Alligatorto
Bob Martinez know they're tired of his efforts to limit that this paper is anything but independent. The do, but in the future report the facts and not the
freedom, from his failed abortion restrictions to censor- views expressed by two professors account for nothing opinions of two biased sources."
ship of music he finds offensive. because they are just opinions," writes in Richard Perhaps the"facts"in this case were the statements
Henegar. made by both candidates on the night of the debate.
DART to Student Government leaders who "sug- "Perhaps it is because they don't want him back Just presenting what was said by Chiles and Martinez
gested" to leaders of the National Organization for here at UF that our professors hope people vote for would have done both sides justice.By printing supportfor
Women campus chapter that they soften their messages Chiles, wrote sophomore Travis Knight. only one candidate, even if it is the candidate this
during Rape Awareness Week. Opinions aside, there is the fact that Chiles is a UF paper endorses, The Alligator is slinging as much mudas
alumnus. What UF professor would bad-mouth him? the political opponents.
NOW said it was told to leave politics and protests out Many of the letters the newspaper received in Lorraine Schneeberger is a third-year journalism
of the week's activities. The group has protested UF ad- criticism of the article were from Martinez supporters, student.

ministrators in the past, saying they are indifferent to LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
women's issues.
student enrollment would have think the price has increased that
SG Cabinet member Richard Shuster, who helped coor- Refund students been reduced by 30 percent. much in five years.

dinate the week's events, said education about rape who heeded warning The final result was that shotsor Why couldn't the University of
should be informational, not argumentative. But whether no shots, you could still get Florida administration have re-
Shuster or other SG leaders believe rape is a political issue : Editor: The process and handling classes.An interesting point to pon- duced the price to make it more
shouldn't matter when it comes to NOW expressingits : of the measlesmumpsrubellavaccination der is what if one of those non-in convenient for students? Maybe if
feelings. has been one of the oculated students contracted and the cost was lower, more students
most mismanaged requirementsthat started to spread measles?Hmmm, would have complied with the original
Student groups should be given the freedom to say an academic institution has imposed who would be liable for that one? requirement.The .

what they want, even if it does go against the administration on its students. The second faux pas on the part recently
or the wishes of the established SG. More opinions I realize that the diseases are of the administration was to force added. final The straw student was infirmary,

can't possibly be a bad thing, and if some students are serious and if they became epi- (extort) students to pay $28 for a through a federal grant, has been
demic would
NOW's methods then SG can't endanger many lives. complete immunization.I called the dosesto
educated through com- However, the prevention of these state health department to try to given more than 3000 MMR
plain. diseases did not need to becomethe determine what the $28 pays for. I distribute to students. These
doses will be given to those students
fiasco that it did.
was told that it was the standard
who ignored the first man-
,Let me list some of the adminI- fee for MMR vaccination. Needless date and missed the deadline for
alligator Editor stration's blunders I've identified. to say, they weren't a tot of help. immunization. AND, they don't

Judy A. Plunkett First, trying to prevent students Twenty-eight dollars is a lot of have to pay a cent!
without proper immunization records money for graduate students,
Managing Editor Opinions Editor I from registering for the fall cially while financial aid is limited espe- On behalf of all the students who
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier term was doomed to failure due to between academic terms.I paid the Infirmary's $28, we de-
the numerous registration opportu- mand a refund. I realize no refund
Letters Policy nities given to students. I attended the University of win come, but we demand it any
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one B-by-10 page). They should be South Carolina in 1985 when there !
typed. double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name address and telephone The stupidity of this mandatewas was a similar,potential measles out way
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. If you have any questions call further evidenced by the fact break. student Undsey Bolder
Every was given the
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day night at the Hardback Cafe. novel, Crossfire Canyon, sold more than FM/Classic 89. The radio show aired from
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I applies discipline to music, lifeBy ;


Alligator Writer
On a recent Friday evening, Art Jennings
stood on the Memorial Auditorium stage,
poised to make his trombone sing. He was
performing Ferdinand David's Concertino
for Trombone and Orchestra, Op. 4 with the
University Symphony Orchestra. In playing,
he achieved the spontaneity he so fondly
But the life of UF's professor of low brass

was not always so spontaneous.As .
an undergraduate at the University of
Michigan,Jennings practiced seven to eight
hours a day in addition to attending classes."I .
had a tremendous sense of inadequacyabout

my musicianship,which motivated me I
to stay in the practice room all those hours,"
said Jennings, 45. "I really did suffer a lot. I
look back on those years as years of great
anxiety. But I think they were probably
necessary. S
That sort of commitment to music is some- t ct ,p
thing Jennings said he hasn't been able to
live without since junior high. It was then,
at the request of his band director, that he
switched from trumpet to trombone.
"For some reason, I rose to the top and
became the best trombone player in my
junior high school band, and then in my first
year in high school, I was first chair aheadof
all these seniors," he said. "It just felt real
good to be successful, and I got hooked at
that point.
That junior high fascination led to a 30-
year addiction.Today,Jennings teaches stu-
dents who have that same early curiosity.
He instructs 17 private students and alter-
nates each semester between Introductionto MICHELE' KATZ
Music Listening and a more advanced Arthur Jennings plays the trombone in a concert with the University Symphony Orchestra recently.

musicology course, Masterworks of Music.In phony Orchestra performed Gustav are their own imaginations."You a musical concept.
addition to these,he teaches a Brass Skills Mahler's second symphony. Jennings is a can't make a sound you can't imag- Dorsey will be performing the Ferdinand
class to 12 students. big fan of Mahler's because of thecomposer's ine," he said. David that with the
piece Jennings played
With few openings in the music education gutsy music writing. Once students imagine a sound and makeit
University Symphony. He said it is the most
field, Jennings whistled at the opportunityto "He didn't hold anything back on an emotional happen, they are led to a bigger and better difficult
piece of music he has attempted.
come to UF in 1985. But if teaching is level," he said. potential.

hard, making a living as a musician is all out The second symphony required a full Jennings describes this process as a"peel Unlike Jennings, Dorsey said he runs out
Herculean. Even so, music is something he choir that was positioned behind the orchestra. ing away." of gas.
can't live without. An organ also enhanced the sound. "You peel these (limitations) away," he
"You do it because you can't do anythingelse Jennings sat in the middle. said. "With each layer, the student sees "It requires a lot of effort to get the thingto
," he said. "You do it because you can't "Right toward the end, everything opensup these new possibilities. You can approach, sound the way you want it to," he said.
not do it." and the organ comes in, and it's the your whole life this way." "If like running up a hill. There's just a lot
As a performer, Jennings feels he has closest thing you can experience to being in If you could peel away the layers. that more resistance on your body."
been successful. His post-college stint in the heaven,"he said."It's just like taking a bath make up Jennings, you would see a lot of
U.S. Air Force led him to play in Europe, in this lush sound, and you're right in the different people underneath, many of whom Jennings doesn't remember feeling the
Canada, at the U.S. Capitol, as well as middle of it, and you're playing." were his instructors and mentors. way Dorsey feels."I .

Watergate "before it became famous," he Jennings is mindful, however, that per- One man was Carmine Caruso. Jennings was always under the impression, at
said. In New York City, he played at Carne- forming is only half of his ex- took lessons from this underground least through high school that everythingwas
gie Hall and the Village Gate. He's also perience as a musician. If he teacher during his fine," he said.
worked with symphonies, opera and dance has the choice, he said, he will years of training at the Juilliard
companies in Chattanooga and Tucson. always teach. School of Music in New York But he does concede his standards and
Lately, he's performed with the Gainesville "Teaching is all a part of the C09 City. Students who are ac- expectations grew faster than his actual abilities
Chamber Orchestra and the Jacksonville same thing," he said. "You I. cepted into the Juilliard are for- which led to long hours practicing.
Symphony Orchestra.One know, teaching and performing. bidden to study with anyone
evening last year, he traded in the There's a lot of insightsand outside the school. If Jennings had to live his life over, that's
stringency of classical music for the freedomof concepts that I get through But Jennings risked getting part of what he would change not the
rock 'n' roll when he played background teaching through having to caught so he could study with practice time,but the lack of faith in himself."If .
trombone on "Maybe Everything," a cut on other people struggle to develop their the man he called a Zen master.
The Silos, an album by the Silos. I were back at Michigan now, I would
skills and planning solutions for problemsthat Caruso
was actually a saxophonist, but he
The Silos, Rolling Stone's "Best NewBand" have a lot more trust in myself so that maybeI
maybe I'd never had or didn't know thatI could teach students how to play instru-
any I could eliminate lot of the anxiety and
in 1987, had been using other local I had. ment. a
Beyond playing the trombone, Jen- "
feelings of that I had there, he
talent for their album when insecurity
Jennings was
"I think teaching and performing for me nings learned how to integrate the mental,
invited to play. He loved the feeling of free- said.
two complementary activities Jenningssaid.
are physical,psychological and emotional in his
dom that washed over him as the group "I would not want to have to teach at a mind. Now that he's seen several facets of music,
composed and recorded at the same time. time when I'm not actively performing. AndI What he learned from Caruso he passes he said he knows and believes in the processof

cians He described as "sculpting"the Gainesville-bred the pieces. musi- don't think"that I would ever like to be just along to his students. UF senior Joe Dorsey, learning and discipline as it applies to
performing. who is changing his major from engineering music and to lifeand wishes to convey
"These guys knew what they were doing" As a professor, Jennings feels it's impor- to music education, said of all the instructorshe that to all his students, those who are serious
he said. "I'd love to do more of that.
Whenever he plays music outside the tant to do more than just teach students howto has had,Jennings relates the best to him. and those who look at music as an avocation.

sphere of his classical repertoire, he feels it play instruments."Not "Despite the age gap, he knows what The is just doing work on
process your
doesn't everybody wants to become profes- you're going through as a student he said.
helps him with classical. Although it a day-to-day basis and looking for small
reach the same level of complexity, playing sional brass players, he said. "He grades you on what you accomplish. I've gains he said. "It's just the discipline of
jazz and other styles helps him to approach With that notion in mind, Jennings looks never seen anybody quite like him." repetition and drill and focus.And when you
classical without being stiff. It's an "in the to music and the discipline that goes along Dorsey said Jennings isn't the type to' do these things, if you do them on a daily
moment kind of thing," he said. with it as a way of approaching life" "a berate a student for messing up a composition. basis, and if you do them with a certain
But the best time he ever had playing vehicle to let go of your limitations, he said. Instead, he visualizes as many analogies honesty and purity,things will happen.They
came last year when the Jacksonville Sym- He feels the only restraints students face as it takes to help students understand will happen."

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Attractive 2bdr/lba/ 2nd-floor apt In a

D When will your ad run? Alligator errors: quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St call 373- Must sublet Immediately, 2 bed/lba/ apt. Roommate needed asap 'to share 2bd/2
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. 7132. 1/2ba condo w/ fireplace Very nice
SW area, close to UF, Shands, and shop
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before $237.SOmo + 1/2 utilities' Call 336.8605.
ping center 2 swimming pools, ask 320
Classifieds will begin TWO noon GARDEN APTS no deposit, call 334-5728.
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY lovely 1.2-3 br, all amenities, near

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected Shands, VA, Shopping 3009 SW Archer : Georgetown Apartments Avail N/S roommate for own bdr in 3bd/2ba/

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day: RD. 3770555. 11.16-15.2 able now, great location. $150/month. furnished apt for Spring. Only 1 1mi from

No refunds or credits can be given after November free! Call Steve at 336-1338 campus. $203/mo + l/3util + deposit Call
Union Shands take
or may placing the ad. Changes called in after SW Townhouse 2BR 1 1/2BA, dISh. leave message. 335.1883. 111355Roommate

THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. washer, central air, hook-ups, near Mall.
wanted Now or Spring. Female
for of time Only $300 Female n/s roommate needed to sublease
run length
may any prefered n/s, share 2 bdr/2/ ba .townhouse -
Customer error or changes: Key Management a room in 3bdr/3 bath apt in Polos
and be cancelled at time. Close UF
any 372-3060 with a nice couple. to
Corrections must be made in person at available 1/91/ $247/mo./ + util! w/d

Sorry, but there can) be no refunds The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON. 11-952 vaulted ceilings, fans 3356709. 1 11-14 I own pets,room please, washer/dryer/dishwasher$130/mo/ + 1/3 utilities.No

for cancelled ads. There will b. a $2.00 correction tee Apt avail now: 2bd. d/w/ porch, $375-80: 5-4 Call 376.3607. Tom or Cindy after 5 pm.

avail Dec, 2bd, porch w/d, d/w $385: Sublease nice 1 bd apt Pets ok avail nowt 11-1..5.5

1 bd, $275: all w// cent h/a, fans: 3730701 conv location. Bike to school good for
share 2 bdr / 2
Oxford Manor female to
sngl. or cpl 9 mo. lease $260/mo./ 376-
Duplex apt, 1 BR, LR, Kit, bath, AC/heat, 6987. 11-1454 ba apt. partially furnished ADT security
KAPLANPUTS FOR RENT: 3 blocks from UF, 1 blk off Univ. Ave system. $250 + 1/2 utilities Call LeA

1 FURNISHEDHousing $225.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR, A- 2br/1 ba unfurn 420 mo til 8/1/ S. Free first nne or Joy 3774056. 112110.5
Frame $25.0! .00 plus security Call 338-
last rents & no deposit Point West. Call Liberal M/F n/s roommate to share 4 bd/

1839. 11-14-102 378-0234. 11-1664 2 ba house close to campus. All modern
Available-1 1 blk to UF, coed coop -

all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, 2 BR duplex In country setting, air, near Oak Glade Apartments-. 1 bdr/1/ ba, 373.9584.conveniences.11.14-5.5$212/mo + 1/4 util Call

parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. shopping, pets ok, $275 near Shands. 1 1/2 months free rent

YOU INPOSITION. 117 NW 15th St. 3774269. Key Management $250/mo./ Call Wayne 332-5055 or 336- 1 BLK FROM UFII I n/s roommate needed
9419. house. 1021 SW
share room spacious
Oakbrook 2/2 furn and unfurn Roommate 11-952
From 5 Ave $220 ninth' Incl utilities Call 373
matching avail Wash/dry/ spacious 1 bdr near law school, leave
$16250 Diversified Properties, REALTOR ONE MONTH FREE on studio and one bike to UF Camelot Apartments Call 9758 message.

373.9375 or 3789090. 11.15.10- bedroom Walk to UF COL-
apartments 336-6262 after 6 p.m. Available now rmmt for Spring/Summer/ In
1 LEGE PARK 411 NW 15 Si 371-7777
$370/mo/ obo. Nov. free
3br/2bath safe NW location 5 min. bike to

Mill Run-secure 2 bdr/ 1.5 ba condo. Large studio 225.00 1 BR 250.00 bedroom apt $290 at Piccadilly. Security campus. 191/mo. + 1/3 util Call Tina 377-

Pool laund-r-dshwshr, furn opt 9 blocks to campus second floor deposit paid. Available 12/16/90/ / 2403. 11.15-5-5
waiit touchdown Call Deana 392 5910 W 373-5663
$400/mo. neg. private entrances
through end of July December rent paid.
Roommate $180 month inclu utilities
378.4511 H. 11-931 furnished If needed. 11.15-4-2
or partly
Call 336-8823 loave message or callmanagem.nl Tower Road. Call 332.0786 discount for

(40 or other 3 Blocks from UFI I 2 bedroom/1 bath. Duplex for rent 2 bedroom 1 1.5 bath, full Tracie 11-9-1-4 at 376-2483 mention housekeeping

$150 unf/$175/ furn Available mid-Dec. kitchen pets allowed close to campus,
3325825 rmmt needed own room in nice 3br/2ba
Nice backyard. Male/Female. $350/monthCall371-8141 on 800 654-
NW home. $150mo + 1/3/ utilities. Fenced
anytime 11.93.1Sublet 4544. 112010.2 5
I hei, ( the team with ROOMMATESassesses yd dogs ok. Avail.Jan. Call Charlotte

ibr/lba 1 block from campus. 1 bedroom apartment Viscaya Great TREEHOUSE VILLAGE 373.7529. 11133.5

the bc t ( orinq record Quiet lovely view upper floor. 285. location January-August lease. Roommates available. Reserve your -
students block
the mo/200-sec Call Yvette (days): 395- $295/mo. Call 375.9961 leave message room for spring. Bus serviceto M rmmt prefer grid 1
leaqueH. stadium. Own rm, chare kitchen &
0111, xt 4636 11.13.3,1FOR UF and SFCC. Furn or unturn
of Jan w// baths $18J-$1 Incl util, private entrance -
end to
1 br/ba, lease up option .
$175 $250 roommate/month./ .
per 37 -B122 376-6652. 11 30 14-5
Move In
4mo leases today, only
KapLKAPLAN renew MZ Property Mgmt Inc. Realtor
$260mo.. Nov Only $150. Call336.6110.
RENT: 375-0207 N/S to share spacious 3br house near

Sublet large 2br unit In Summit House Oaks Mall. Own rm/ba $200/mo/ + 1/2 util
Female non-smoker share 2br 2ba
# 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Unit L21. Call 376.9668-Discount! 11. same $245 + 1/2 to util' must like cats aptw ) Call 11.15-5-5 Jin Xiong at 392.2676 or 336.4571.

335.3764. 1128.20.5Male
CENTE* LTD to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280,
MOBILE HOMES: 1 to lease own rm, pool, wash/dry
2 BDR $335,NEW Townhouse $440. Sec roommates. 3 blocks 'to UF. $120 pers
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. cable a/C $188 + 1/4/ util!, WALK TO
double, $175 $200 single Includes utilities
: Evenings.. Santa Fe Trice Apts 3781190. 12-14- 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo ) Share kitchen and baths W/D CAMPUS, call BERGER 372.1250 GGT.

Tl' 78.2 378-8122. 376-6652. 11-15-12-8 11-1555
Farmsrentals from $260 Incl.
Oak Glade Apts. near UF & VA, quiet water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn Room for rent: master bedroom w/ own Classifieds.

2nd Ave. washer/dryer available In most units for main. Also some great buys. Quiet) Will bath, walk-in closet, carpeted, full

$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 18-28,1 & 2 Bath take long term travel trailers 378-9291 kitchen, living area. NW location, 225 Continued on next page.

S250-$375.ec I& Imr 3726422. 12-14- Open weekends too 1214473 per/month/ 373-7702 11-148-5



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Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants FUTON AND FRAME SALE
semester 2 bedroom 1 1/2 bath. $160
brands are all at our New Location! Car for your dorm or apartment. We Extra thick cotton/foam futons, & sofa- amstrad-PCW8256 word processor
month. 332-9618. 11-16-5-5 Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St. 372- deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377- bed frames. From only $200 per met women's bike, 3380834. 11-15-5-6
2070. 12-14-76-6 5265. block E. of campus. 11-14-20-6 Call 373-3127 or Matt 377-2110. 11-
Fern Rmmt needed starting Jan. Own 30-15-6 CAR STEREO Sony 10-cd disk changer,
Bdrm in spacious 2 BR In Stonendge. No
remote, Sherwood 240w amp, crossovers
Crlmeatopper Car Alarm, K-40 Radar CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286-12. w/1 m.gr.n
pets. Call Amy 336-1390. 11-16-5-5 Detector, Infinity, Ssnsul, Sony 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor Tall Men: 27* Alpine road bike. all is trunk mounted, 3324598best
Orion, Bazooka, Horn or Car Stereo.We $900. Other systems available. 332- Shlmano components. Fast. Light off. After 4pm. 11-9-2-6
Fins needed Spr For 2bd/1ba apt. Fully Beat All Price 3733754. 12-14-76- 8333. 11-19-15-6 weight. $250. Call 377.3309 morningsor
Furnished except for own room. 179 a evenings. 11-9-3-6 Formal dresses. Only worn once. Different
mo. Close to campus call today 377- ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: SAFARI AUDIO..for of your car stereo styles and colors. Sizes 3/4/ and 5/8.
9306 Iv. mess. 1 ,.,5..5 Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, needs. Come see the experts at Safari Panasonic Omni movie. VHS movie camera For more Info, call 378-3996. 11-9-2-6
Crunch, Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar Audio. 4110 SW 34th St 13, 336-1128. recorder/playback system withoutuse.
Need responsible M student. 1 rm avail 125 NW 23 Ave371-4378. 12-14-76-6 11-9-9-6 Still In the box Must sell $690 372- Couch and Love seat set. heavily padded
NW are*. walk/bike to UF. 0694 after 8 pm. 11-9-3-6 vinyl leather, neutral color, oak frame.
A/C/heat/wash/dry. $190/mo mil.! 5- DISCOUNT HI-FI AUTO ALARM Easy installation, portable. 2653738310. 11-9-2-6
mo lease or more. Call 3771631. 11. 2 yr. warranty + 120-day money back Sony VHS VCR 4-head ml auto menu a
Call functions. $500 ,
guarantee. $145. 378-7104 for more editing new asking
WE ARE CHEAPERCAR Info. $250. Call 372.3448 leave message. From the only ring company with the
F N/S for Spring In 2 bd/2.5/ b apt./nicely 11-13-4-6 financial strength of being a Fortune
furnished except for own loom. Must be ALARMS Installed BOO corporation. Jotnl There I I. adifference
neat/$200./ Call 374-8428 leave mes remote control 1980 TOYOTA ; look for III! UniversityBook
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will CRESSIDAruns Macintosh Plus computerl) 30 mb hard
sage. demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes- well/best offer drive, fan, and lots of new software. $850 t Supply. 11.9+8
obo. 332-5825 time. Jeff 11-9-3-6
12-14-37-6 any
Need F, N/S grad student to share 2 bed/ sage. Call 3784545. 11-13-5-6 Top of the line Onkyo receiver, TEAC
1 bath, furn apt $177.50/mo 1/2 util. tape deck and Infinity speaker $1000
NE area. Call 3774963. *PRODIGY. Furniture for sale. Two sofas, 2 rocking 1IPUTER obo. Chris 392.8077 8.5 pm. 11-16-5-6
chairs, 1 matching chair, 2 end tables, 4
Rockwood VillasNS for luxurious fully liMnclw ftnonil Soviet, lamps. Best offer. Call John 3351283. ISKOUNTERS PLANE TICKET G'vllle to Conn. One
turn. 3 bd/3 ba condo. $23S/mo + 1/3 Available at ELITE today. Call 3351300. 11-13-5-6 way; can be used until May. $95 Call
util. amenities. Call 3359124. 11- Vicki at 375-4261 or 377-0333, leave
16-5-5 Macintosh SE, 40mb hd, printer, modem msg. 111326Leather
lots of software. We'll Beat any Competitive Prices *
MICROICENTER 376-1146 + $2,000. 374.4309,
Liberal-minded male to share 2 bd2.5 ba Editor's choice Computers Hewlett Packard Matt Iv m.g. 11-13-5-6 386 286-12 SX-16 complete system only $950 ** Motorcycle Jacket for ..1..
townhouse in Casablanca. No lease. Northgate M/C Prices lower than Call complete system only $1225 Black w/gr.y trim. In excellent condition.
W/D and all the amenities. $23S/mo. + mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, SKI FOR CHRISTMAS 372-0762. 11-14-6-6 $125 obo. Call Day at 377.9248. 11-
1/2 util. Call 378-5183 or leave message. 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor. Continental Rndtrp ticket
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086, Tampa-Salt Lake. Iv 12/28 rtn 1/4./ $300 SEASON BASKETBALL TICKETS on Fuji Royal 12 speed road bIKe very nice
level 3. Call David Maul 4074225631days.
obo call Mike 3347226. 11-14-5-6 small frame great for small person $125
6 FOR SALE Northgate 38620$2499 Leading Edge Will take best offer. 11-16-6-6 904-334-5934 11-14-5-6
386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery-
$1995.1 & 2 year warranties. Onslte war 79 Toyota Corolla, am/fm/cass. ac. very
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer- $185. reliable, must sell, best offer, 1-way
drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlster HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University ticket, GalnesvIIle-Detroit, $89, obo. call
Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 Ave. 12-14-52-6 373.8257. 11-14-5-6 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs.
Good machine for small type shop System Pink Paisley Fender Strat. great condi
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 8 font Peugot lady's triathalon cycle. 4 mos. old. tion. 2 heavy duty patch cables, korg by Trude Michel Jaffe
disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at Bought for $575, accepting offer. Call dist. pdl. All for $300. 373-0603. 11-8-
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bike, 1 cheap sofa, 1 glass table w3 RATES, low payments, fast drive- brakes, shocks, carb Asking $3000 obo. SMOKERS with exerclie-lnduced asthsma. Close to UF, Convenient
chairs and 1 sofa/bed. Call 335.5002/ thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 332-8489 after 3pm. Earn up to $335 by participatingIn 4x4x4 $1S/mo/
nights. 11-14-3-6 377-CARS, WE CARE, 11-16-10-9 our research study. Interested? For 4x8x8 $30mo533SW2ndAve. /

'88 Honda CRX HF w32000 mi. Must more Information call Mon-Frl Bam- 4pm. 377-1771
Moving Sale: car, computer, Minolta cam 1982 CAMARO, New paint, runs good, sell $5900 or take over payments, white 392-9086. 11-16-7-10 12-14-76-11'
clean Inside. ** A Must See ***
era, phone (both new) table & chair, wblue interior, air-cond, great gas mile
dresser, 16" bike price/neg. Call soon $2900 11-13-4-9 OBO. Call 335.2202 leave mes- age. Call 371-9886. 11-9-3-9 Desperately seeking 2 FloridaGeorgia *FREE*
336-0010. 11-9-1-6 sage. tickets. Call 332-9220 leave message.
Pregnancy Test
1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS door 1979 VW Rabbit, Black, 2dr, 4 speed, 11-9-3-10 Gainesville Women'lHEALTH
Sofa Bed, super-comfortable, queen pwr good condition, very reliable, looks great,
locks, seats, windows, a/c, auto, wht Need 4 tickets for Florida.Georgia game. CENTER
sized, good condition- $200. End table, very clean. Call Jon 3381918.. $600 720 NW 23rd Avenue
ext/blue Int. am/fm Exc
tape. cond-must Will $35 each. Call 375-
pay anytime
Make offers. Call
dresser, mirror, more. : 377.5055
Gr sell, best offer 334.5053. -9-26-9 6362. 119210I
t 3766450. 11.9+8 ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
1988 Red Camaro. Exc. condo $9999 Call
VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding condition I need a tutor once or twice a week for BIRTH CONTROL
it 7 REAL ESTATEHome 10,000 mis,completely rebuilt. 904-765-3327/475-1460 STA 3024. No exp. required. Call 335- Gynecology Services
White lnt./ext.' / $1790. 121475.11
1-800-226-3025. 5750. 11-14-3-10
1978 VW Scirrocco. $350 obo. Call 375-
lor sale? Land for sale? Buyers' 11-16-10-9 2461. 11-14-4-9
$COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholar
Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell
pm Auto Insurance 11 SERVICESNW ships! College Scholarship Locators pob
i your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds Must selll '80 Pont. Sunbird In good 1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881 800.879-
offers you the cheapest way to Why pay more? shape, no rust. Runs great low miles. 7485. 12147511SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS
I keep your real estate In the public eye. Get legal with Generic Insurance. Call V6. $850 obo. Call Randy @ 3356403. Mini. storage at 1.75 & NW 39th Ave

Where else can you keep your property In 371-6667,378-7709. 11-9-5-9 leave mes near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from FOR COL
the market lor as little as four dollars a $20, 10% disc to students. 3328917
LEGE Are available! Millions
+ day? To make It even easier, you can '84 Chevy Cavalier, automatic, 4-door, 66 VW SCHIROCCO 16 valve, black, excellent 12-14-78-11 1-800-334-3881 go -
;f place your ad over the phone; all you a/c. '84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon, condition $6000 obo 373-3301 Iv. yearly.
need is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call am/fm, a/c/ auto, 6 cylinder, 335.5303. message 11.18.5-9 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
373-FIND today to place your ad. Get confidential testing and treatment at

Duplex for sale, 2 apts., close to campus, '87 Mazda 626, 2door, LX, 5speed, air, 12-14-76-11
r.; 2 bedrooms/1.5 bath. Call 1-800-654- am/fm tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks. 46k 10 WANTEDLocal

; 4544 or 371-8141 mlg. Excellent condition, must sell 335- ** GATOR MOVING ** 1233 NW 10th Ave.
5303. 11-20-10-9 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class 372-1664
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng/ ,1- MC/VISA/lnsu/
8 MOTORCYCLES '85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback, Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10 Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis.LieIns. Free Pregnancy Test

5 speed, a/c, am/fm tp, sunroof, power / Harry/Bill 374. 791. 12-14-76- Member

MOPED- Clinton 50-A 150 mpg Sachs door/locks. Excellent cond. 3355303. **********HELP********* FARM lessons National Abortion Federation
S05/1A engine only 900 miles $300 Call NEED FLGAtickets.. Will pay $$ for 4 SLEEPY* boarding woodser facilities

3731917. 11-9-3-8 tix. Call 904.565.1537, Ive. mess. 11-9-
rides sales working
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74 Dat wagon. Needs tuneup $500 obo. 8-10 students 4663224,3758080. * LET'S PARTY *
66 XL 600 enduro low mileage ex cond '84 Samurai like new. 3600 with G-ville 12-14-76-11 Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ

$1500 John 376-1764 11-16-5-8 delivery. 3500, you pick up in Miami. 375- ENTHUSIASTIC GATOR service all musical formats 12.14.42.
S>, 1477. 11-13-5-9' fans wanted to share limousine ride to

9 AUTOS Jax for FL/GA/ game. Call 3737713naleave *SUNBELT MOVING* NAILS BY VONDEll

PROBLEMASCONSUCARRO? message 11-9-3-10 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. 3131 NW 13 St. 377-1763

Nissan 300ZX 1988 S-speed, am/fm/tape, See Jorge or Jesus at PERFECTION 1Item -House full. Local/Lng dist. Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil
air. T-top, excellent condition. Best offer. AUTO REPAIR. 4404 NW 13th St. Bays Wanted 2 tickets to FLA/GA game. 694- Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375- Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only

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SENIORSfrom page 16 1 1I I

Smith took my head off. I had to
come out for the second half witha !
neck roll, and the guys were I
calling me (former New England : i
Patriots injury-prone quarterback) I I
Steve Grogan."I II 0- i J
didn't care about my neck, I I 1
had to get that thing off." ,
Eventually, Barber shook the I 1 J
"eck roll. But diehard UF fans can't 31-
hake the image of Georgia receiver : I
Undsey Scott taking a short J i II
pass from Buck Belue 93 yards for If I
the game-winning touchdown in
J980. f
Neither can senior middle line
backer Jerry Odom."I }
was what, 12, 13 years old,
and I was! crying," said Odom, UF's
leading tackler with 63 despite I
missing the Akron game with a JI
Drained knee. "It was just a short I
pass, and it looked like the safetyfell i it
down. Somebody had an angle, '
but Scott had that speed and he was
gone." I i ii

Stranger things were happeningn r i
; the stands, though. $ I :1:1J :1t
"Earlier, I'm up in the stands and it J
these: guys start passing this joint ,\
down the aisle. I couldn't believe .t> I
Georgia fans or UF fans? '
"Probably both. You know how > i i ir
that game; is." r '

GEORGIAfrom 4 I )tl tle ,

page 16
'games to play. St' I
The Bulldogs! have gone 4-4 this
reason, 2-3 in the SEC. Since Ray I
Goff took over for Vince Dooley as Ii
head coach, Georgia has a 10-10 i
record. Many Bulldogs fans have I
called! for Goffs dismissal for the
team's performance, not to men
tion the off-the-field troubles.

"I've been through more in the 4
last three months than most peoplego
through in 10 years of coach
ing," Goff said. "But the Universityof
Georgia is bigger than any of the
problems we've gone through."

Now that another team is having
problems, UF players can reflecton
their own experiences.

"They're getting a taste of whatwe
went through," said Gatorback
Godfrey Miles. "It's an up-and-
down feeling. You try to get up all
week, and then you look in the
paper and see that something else / Ask

"You don't like to see any team
have problems like that, but I like
to see the NCAA go places other
than Florida," said wide receiverTre
Everett. 'They've been vacationing
down here for a while."

And while the OF Georgia series
- is the Gators' most heated rivalry,
linebacker Fee Bartley feels sorry
for the Bulldogs players.

"What's happened to me in four Drunk driving is the leading killer of young Americans. So that you and yours might be spared, .
years I wouldn't wish on anybody,'"
Bartley said. "A game is a game. the agents and employees of Nationwide Insurance voluntarily counsel young drivers about t their rights
You don't want to wish anythinglike
that on any college player. and / / You consider drunk
responsibilities./ / see, we driving a Nationwide problem.
"Really, they're just like you.
You're all in the same boat." ," .

Nationwide Is 'on your side
. Cutting Cocaine
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I Golf team at GAMEfrom In 1985, UF was ranked No. 1 for the first
IntercollegiateThe page 16 and only time. Georgia, then No. 18, de-
squad made up of freshmen and sopho- stroyed UFs hopes for a national championship
UF men's golf team travels to Athens, 8,000-meter() race with hopes of earning a mores that has a 4-4 record. The Bulldogs by whomping the Gators 24-3.
Ga., this weekend to play in the Southern spot in the NCAA Championships.The have been led this season by two true fresh-
Intercollegiate, a tournament the Gators UF women's cross country team will men, split end Andre Hastings and tailback And for the last three years, UF has failedto
haven't played in seven years. compete in the Region III District meet Garrison Hearst. beat the Bulldogs.The Gators'last victorywas
Playing for the 10th-ranked Gators will be Saturday in hopes of acquiring a bid for the Hastings is Georgia's top receiver with 21 in 1986,when quarterback Kerwin Bell
Pat Bates, Keith Albritton, Kevin Hammer, NCAA Championships at Furman. catches for 270 yards. Hearst leads the led UF to win 31-19.
Brian Gay and Tony Soerries. Women's tennis Bulldogs in rushing with 624 yards on 131

The Gators will face six of the nation's The UF women's tennis team will com carries. Now it is 1990, and the Gators are hoping
top-ranked teams, including No. 3 Georgia pete in the Rolex Regional Qualifier in "We'll only start two,maybe three seniors for a 10-1() season. UF's seniors, who have
Tech and No. 9 Georgia. Tallahassee without the benefit of three of Saturday,"said Georgia coach Ray Goff."It's never been on a team that beat Georgia,are
its top players:Nicole Arendt,Andrea Farley going to be a great challenge for our football looking for revenge.
and Holly Danforth. team."

Farley and Arendt already have qualifiedfor But no matter what the outlook, the UF-
, THE ROUNDUPCross the Rolex tournament. Danforth, who Georgia matchup is the one game when the But the Gators, who proved themselveson
national television last week by poundingNo.
won the qualifier last year, is nursing a Bulldogs always seem to come together.
strained 4 Auburn 48-7, aren't counting on any
quadricep muscle. When things-particularly pride are at
country Seven other players will represent the stake, Georgia has a knack for bringing the thing. .
UF seniors Mike LeValle and Dan Mid- team at the tournament. Players are com Gators down..
dleman and sophomore Mike Mykytok will peting for spots in the Rolex tournament, In 1980, UF was beating No. 2 Georgia "Georgia is a young team and they've had
lead the 19th-ranked UF men's cross country which is one of the collegiate grand slams. 21-20 until a fourth-quarter 93-yard pass problems but they'll be ready to play," said
team Saturday at the NCAA District III Alligator writers Jeff Moriarty, Cheryl from Buck Belue to Undsey Scott gave the UF quarterback Shane Matthews.
Championships in Greenville, S.C. Bossen and Debra Sari Linn contributed to Bulldogs the winning touchdown. Georgiawon
UF will join more than 30 teams in the this report. the national championship that year. "You can bet on that."

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Column 1 UF looks to break Georgia jinx'IBy I


Alligator Staff Writer .
100 l
O "The thing with Florida State is, a lot
of my friends play for Florida State. The
only time we don't I like them is when we
play them.

00 "With Georgia...!neverpull for Geor-
gia. I don't think they ever pull for us.
What can we say? It was that way when I got here and it's 17

It's the Florida-Georgia game and we here at the still that way." I
Alligator-brand picks column' are speechless.This -Richard Fain, UF cornerbackThe
setting, the time and place are
has been kind the Gators and
game not to
the same as always. The players aren'ttoo
although they are overwhelming favorites, we still
familiar with each other, but that
aren't sure if we should pick them. does not matter, because the tradi-

What we need is someone to guide us in picking the tional hatred is there.
right team. Someone with strength, someone with What is different is that for the first

charisma, someone with flair... time since, say, about 1985, UF is
ENTER RIC FLAIR. heavily favored to beat Georgia at the
Gator Bowl in 18.5
You know Ric, the "Nature Boy," the six-time National Jacksonville by
Wrestling Alliance's World Heavyweight Cham- points to be exact.
With UF's No. 10 the
pion. He'll know who to pick. He's a legend.
perts" who set the spreads predict the
7-1 Gators' most lopsided win ever
KICKOFF- Saturday, 12:40: p.m. (EST) over Georgia could happen Saturday.The .

SITE GATOR BOWL (capacity 82,000)) two teams will meet for the 68th

TELEVISION/RADIO TBS/WRUF ((103.7 FM, time at 12:40: p.m. in a game scheduledto
850 AM). be televised by WTBS.
But in the UF
COACHES UF: Steve Spurrier ((7-1 season, 27- hardly anyone campis
14-1 career); UGA: Ray Goff ((4-4 season, 10-10 career). taking that prediction seriously."We .
try not to read too many news-
papers," said UF coach Steve Spurrier. ALLIGATOR PHOTO
The Picks "We try to realize that reading news- UF quarterback Kerwin Bell threw for 272 yards against Georgia in the
"Florida will win," said Flair from his home in papers is very dangerous and believing Gators' last victory over the Bulldogs, 31-19, in 1986. Georgia linebacker
Charlotte, N.C. "My wife's parents both graduatedfrom we're better than Georgia is Vince Guthrie tries to deflect a Bell pass in the game.

( UF) in 1953 and they raised.all six kids to be dangerous." wide receiver Terence Barber. "We're six starters for a variety of reasons,

Gators." There's a reason for that, say the 19-point favorites. This could make ranging from injury to an arrest on

Wow. players. Georgia, UFs biggest rival, is their season if they win." drug charges.

But wait..in true wrestling fashion, Flair's not done the hardest team to beat when the It likely would, because Georgia has What is left is an inexperiencedsee I
yet. Gators need it most. had nothing but problems since the
"That's what scares me," said UF season started. The Bulldogs have lost Game, page 15
"On the front of every one of my Mercedes is a fake
UF license plate. What do you think of that? Pretty

good. Anything, ah?" else, Ric? I Seniors' memories aren't memorableBy I

"My wife Elizabeth went to Florida. She's from
GREGG DOYEL For the seniors on UF's 1990 squad, the days leading up
Tallahassee, but she's always been a Gator. She went
here in 1974 and 75." Alligator Staff Writer to their annual Jacksonville date with Georgia foster bitter
Is that it, Ric? UF senior Godfrey Myles plotted revenge in a Jackson Losses. Injuries. More losses.Of .
"Well, (UF tight end) Kirk Kirkpatrick is my friend ville hospital room a year ago, listening to the radio as UFs
not recollection is
course, every as sour as Myles'.
and I'll be in the locker room after the game." second-half rally against Georgia fell short. Some do close
come though.
'NUFF SAID. Myles, the victim of an illegal block in the first half,
suffered a deep contusion to his right shin, where a bump Wide receiver Terence Barber, for example, smiles shak-
Well, if Flair says so, then we have no choice but to still remains as a testament to the chop block of Rodney ily as he reminisces about the time he nearly lost his helmet
unanimously take UF. If we don't, who knows, we may Hampton. and head in the middle of the Gator Bowl.

wind up in the "Figure-Four Leglock." Saturday, Georgia freshman tailback Garrison Hearst Barber, whose four receptions against the Bulldogs for

After week nine, the standings are as follows... may want to keep an eye out for 6-foot-2,240-pound shadows 62 yards was then a career high,won't soon forget one first-

Sports writer Sharon "Flair can body slam me any- approaching at sprinter's speed. half reception, or Georgia cornerback Ben Smith."It .

time" Ginn leads the Picks. Column with an impressive Myles,who fits that description,will be looking to extract was a short curl route, and Donald (Douglas) you
56-34 record. some revenge for that near-season ending injury. never know what he's going to do with the ball, he's sucha

Closing the gap is token newsroom picker Dan "Flaircouldn't "Definitely 111 come into the game with that in my mind," great athlete hung it out there," Barber said. "Ben

hold Bruno Sammartino's jock" Evans, who said Myles, a senior Gatorback and UF's third-leading see Seniors, page 14
has a record of 5436. tackler. "I haven't forgotten about it.

In third is assistant sports editor Gregg "Doesn't the
NWA have something to do with gun control?" Doyel, I Georgia SEC's new problem child I

who is 50-40 on the season.
Sports editor/Intercontinental Wrestling Champion By ALEX MARVEZ in a situation similar to the one UF went community service work and pay for
Ron'To be the man,you got to beat the man"Kaspriskeis Alligator Writer through from 1984-89, when extracurricular the calls.
dropping fast with a 48-42 record. problems overshadowed the And those are only some of the

And, as if it really were news at this point, columnist Once again, there's a school in the play on the field. abnormal events. Eight players quit
Alex "Can we pick the winners of the Survivor Series?" Southeastern Conference with all sorts All three starters on the Bulldogs the Bulldogs squad between the end

Marvez is scraping the bottom of the barrel at 46-34. of off-the-field problems. defensive line noseguard Curt of the 1989 season and the beginningof
Players have been ruled academi- Douglas and defensive tackles Casey this one, including two defensive
',; cally ineligible and charged with billing Barnum and George Brewer were linemen.
WMkTwMmmMMMuwi so DE GO RK AM RF than $600 in telephone calls ruled
more on academically ineligible two
Ml IL Ml Ml Plus two starters strong safety
Not:: OHM it TwwitMHowton UT UT NO N'N'N an assistant coach's credit card. There games into the season. David
Hargett and kick Ar-
it Texas TX UH UH UH TX UH returner
Ohio Stitk i 10> 10) 10 10 OS 10 have been arrests on drug charges and Starting outside linebacker Norman thur Marshall suffered seasonending -
All fact al!Army AR AR AF AF AF AF
| an NCAA probe to Investigate possible
HwirdilPiMiPrifK HA PE HA PE PE HA Cowins was arrested on drug and injuries in September.;
lon n.Yale YA YA YA PR PR YA rules violations.But after crack
charges cocainewas
BUM il,Nw Orleans TB TB TB NO NO NO weapon Could anything else have gone
MimilMi' Ml Ml Ml Ml Ml Ml for once, Up isn't involved. found in his pickup truck. ?
..., UGA-UF-: UF M-tO-:GO: UF IfrlO;so: UF 24.14;AH:UF This time, it's Georgia that's in trou- wrong
11-10:DE: UF 26-7.;RFUF: 35-10. Four Georgia players were chargedin Yes..Georgia still had football
ble.The conjunction with the credit-card
Bulldogs finding themselves abuse. They were forced to perform see Georgia: page 14I