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VOLUME 84, 13,1990

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reject Litchfield's letter as coverupBy


MIKE BRUSCELL ager Lynn Nicely was arrested rallies such as Saturday's neces- lems Cohan said. "Litchfield was the theater.
Alligator Staff Writer April 17 and charged with the rape trying to solve the problem by pre- Despite the protesters efforts,
of Melinda Kraft, neither Kraft nor sary.Cohan said Litchfield represen- tending it wasn't there. They just most moviegoers drove or walked
About 30 protesters, candles in her co-workers who knew about tatives sent protesters a letter sev- tried to sweep it away and protect silently past signs such as "The
hand, rallied outside Utchfield's the rape were given their jobs eral weeks ago hinting that their image. We didn't want to bea Litchfield Experience Corporate
Butler Plaza Cinemas Saturday back. Bill Andrews, an attorney changes in employee grievance part of that. Rape.
. night to denounce the theater's representing the theater, declined policies would be made, but onlyif In a letter signed "Dtchfield Pro- "I think it's good said UF jour-
April firing of an employee who Friday to speak about the case. protesters refused to speak to testers Cohan and members of nalism junior Lori Conti of the pro-
said her assistant manager raped Protest organizer Mark Cohan reporters. the National Organization for test. "But if anything hasn't
her.Although said the company's reluctance to 'We thought it over and we de- Women rejected the offer and said happened so far, I don't think any-
former assistant man- deal publicly with the rape makes cided that was one of the prob- they would continue boycotting thing will.


School to curb dealings

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with science-supply firmBy k 44 t

.L.L tI t I

DEBBIE CENZIPER mane would happen on their properties, gt
and they continued to let it happen
Alligator Staff Writer
Steinberg said.
UF officials are cutting most businessties UF will continue buying materials suchas
with a North Carolina supply company test tubes and beakers, she said.
facing a federal investigation centered Initially,the charges made by People for
around animal-abuse charges. the Ethical Treatment of Animals were
Following complaints from students at examined by the district attorney in Alam-
UF's College !of Veterinary Medicine, ance, N.C. Those charges were droppedschool
officials decided and passed to the USDA
last week to boycott because no state laws
any animal-related research U were broken.
material from F last year spent In a written reactionthe

Carolina Biological $49,000 the to the charges, com-
on
Supply Co. pany spokesman James
The company is company's c1assFyock said the company .
being examined by fed- recently barred dealer
eral investigators after room materials. use of its facilities.an .
animal-rights group Fvock also wrote that
filed 181 charges against it, including the the company has broken no laws. Only 2
embalming of live cats. percent of the company's business in-

UF last year spent $49,000 on thecompany's volves cats, the report shows. I ., -' -''''''' I
classroom materials, such as PETA's allegations were false and mis- ADRIAN DENNIS
animal cadavers, plastic hearts and other leading, Fyock said last week. And the Veterans remembered
life-science supplies.But group has been known to terrorize and Richard Nicholson takes a peek during a moment of silence in a ceremonyat
most current dealings will cease target animal.researchers and their busi- the VA Hospital. Nicholson served four years in the 25th Infantry Division.
until the U.S. Department of Agriculture ness partners, he said.
completes its Investigation said Kimberly
Steinberg, animal welfare committee Steinberg said she was et"bused by UF
chairwoman at UFs Vet School. UF veter- officials' speedy response to the com- Policy angers dorm residents
inarian Farol Tomson also will conduct his plaints.While some people at the meetingwere .. -
own investigation of the allegations, hesitant to make a move before the By JACK REJTMAN strictive Plan A earlier this semester to ensure
Steinberg said. investigation's completion, the majority residents' safety. Burgoon said students are
Writer
opted for immediate action, she said."I Alligator upset their vote has been cast aside.
The opened its doors to deal-
company When UF administrators restricted dormi- "They're taking away our freedom of
ers who may have practiced painful animal think the University did an excellentjob
tory residents' visitation times shortly after choice he said."We're adults and are responsible
procedures reason enough for immediate ," she said. "We negotiated and came five local college students were found mur- enough to decide who can visit us and
action, Steinberg said. out with something that is favorable to dered, the residents had no problem with the when they can visit us.H
'They were aware that something inhu- everyone involved. decision. Student Government leaders, dormitorystaff

-' Now they want the right to have people of members and residents have asked that
-T- the opposite sex in their rooms whenever they their original vote be reinstated.But .
-j7:: :. : Jj choose, but administrators say they'll stick in a joint letter to dormitory residents

".., ;f',4', t, \J'j. \ { ;, ;ih"" with their decision through this semester. dated Nov. 2, UF housing director James
L" : : ; : The policy administrators chose allows students Grimm and Student Affairs Vice President Art
'," ,> :.' .i. }.,. ";::1. to be in their rooms and/or floor Sandeen said:"Please view our decision in this

,,, {,Jj.f'J:h : ; ", .fj'."...,. ...,. .J'..,< ",.\i>>: lounges with people of the opposite sex from matter as a concern for personal safety rather
fti "
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11 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday than as an attempt to deprive students of

:tX:: ,and from..11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday through personal freedoms.
Saturday. Grimm said Monday the letter doesn't imply
: Ei" %L Dormitory residents vote by floor at the that students have poor judgment.
beginning of each semester on one' of four "They're going to read what they want fromit

,,4" ,"<':, ".."" I visitation plans, ranging from open visitationto ," Grimm said. "But the policy doesn't say
;, ;' \\t'0,: .'1 none at all. Student Sen. Brian Burgoon of anything at all about students not being re-
;
1I the Beaty Towers area said that this semester, sponsible.
I as in the past, most students voted for Plan C Administrators will reconsider the visita11 -
visitation 24 hours a day.
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: The Christian Science Organization Undergraduate Economics Society turtle specialist from the

meets tonight 7 in Reitz meeting at 7:30: in Matherly Hall Caribbean Conservation :
Union Room 334 for Bible readingsand Room 18. Call Mike 3754330.Waterskl Corporation speaks at the : $2.79 '

testimonials. Call Lindsey, 378- : The UF Waterski Club Environmental Action Group meet-
1784. meets tonight at 730; in Reitz Union ing this afternoon at 5 in TurlingtonHall I Plus: 20 other lunch specials I II

Pride: Gator Pride, a group de- Room B.-65 to talk about upcoming Room LOll. Call 392-MAKE. I from $1.95 I II tl

signed to support Gator athletics, activities and the new boat. Call Accounting:The Fisher School of I call ahead for fast takeout I IL
meets tonight at 6 in the Gator Matt 3354525. Accounting Council meets Thursday 375.6969 I

Room. Call Geri or Lisa, 3365979.Art Cicerones: The Florida Cicerones afternoon at 4 in Matherly Hall Room _ _ _..i4X
: The Rev sponsors a free art Student Alumni Association is 18. Debbie Garvin will give a presen- -
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show tonight from 9 until 11 featurIng holding an executive board meetingthis on
five local artists. Hors d'oeuvresand afternoon at 3:45: at the Alumni ing/J.D. program and Steve Ducray
wine will\ be served. Call Lauren Association. Call 371-6861. will\ explain the MBA/J.D. program. Sisters of the Knights

371-1480. Skydiving: The Falling Gator Call Jenny, 3350697.Discount .
Chinese Club: Members meet tonight Sport Parachute Club meets tonightat : Every Tuesday and wish to congratulate

at 8 in Reitz Union Room B-60 7, not 7:30: on the Orange & Brew Thursday through Jan. 6,the Florida
to elect new officers. Call Kitty 334- patio. New members are welcome. Museum of Natural History offers a their newest sisters
7822. Call Steve 373-4247. special $2.50 admission price for UF

PRSSA: The Public Relations Stu- SHOT: The Student Health Out students. Call 392-2035. .
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at 5:30: in Weimer Hall Room 5 in Reitz Union Room 355. The ing power of laughter and play in Maria Bago Wednesday Lampinen
1094. Call Paige 336-1795. meeting is mandatory, and memberswill therapy and in life at a workshopNov. Beth Lavin
Alyssa Baldry Mary
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Barnett Bank will speak on economics Call Maggie, 392-1161, extension Center. The workshop will be held Lani Bloom Michelle McClelland
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TUESDAY.NOVEMBER 13,1996.,' AIlJGAT R. 3Professor


finds barf bag collection easy to stomach

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By BILL ENGELHART Although collecting mainly forfun,he said -
anthropologists can learn a little something
Alligator Writer
about cultures through artistic and design --...
Professor George Armelagos carries his differences on barf bags, he said. -
lunch to work in a barf bag. Besides providing cultural studies and 1.1I J
Not a used bag, of course. fun,Armelagos said barf bags are multi-func
"No one asks you to share your lunch tional. occua''
when you carry it in a barf bag," said Some of their other creative applications, .. ,
Armelagos, chairman of UPS anthropology according to Armelagos, include: P T
department and a collector of air sickness Note writing. Armelagos said barf bags
bags. And although the bags are usually for make good idea pads;
sick passengers on airplanes, he uses themto Seat occupied signs. This lets other
carry his lunch and decorate his office. passengers know someone is in the seat and
"I've been collecting barf bags for about will be back;
15 years," Armelagos said with a chuckle. .Game boards.Trans World Airlines Inc.
"When I started my hobby, I was too old to has a gin rummy board on its bag; 6'F
collect baseball cards. .Food storage. Some passengers use the
The accumulation of bags over those 15 bags to take home food from the plane;
years has amounted to more than 100 bags, M Waterproof protection. The bags are
most of which are hanging from his office heat-sealed and waterproof so Armelagosuses
walls. them to carry things that can't get wet.
Armelagos said he started collecting barf Armelagos doesn't like finding generic
bags because he flies often, about eight bags on his flights. He said he feels
times a year. And his hobby provides him "cheated" when that happens.But n.
with peace and quiet during his travels. during the past few years, many air- I BILL;ENGELHARI 1- _

"People tend to leave you alone on the UF anthropology Professor George Armelagos displays his air-sickness bag collec- I
plane when you tell them you're collecting see Bags, page 12 tion on his office wall.
barf bags."


Organizations tryingto



w Gainesville's
i r Yt $ Sn y help



down and out surviveBy


and mid '80s listed Gainesville as the
DAVE HARGRAVE
Alligator Writer 97th poorest city in the nation.
"It's a bleak, bleak picture," SpillA -
man with long hair and a thick ane said, and the problem doesn't
beard stands on a median in a busy seem to be getting any better.
Intersection, holding a small cardCatholic Charities distributed
board sign with four words scrawled food to 293 families in October before -
on it. its supplies were exhausted.
"Will work for food." Spillane said that in 1989, the organization C
This scene has become all too served about 200 families a
familiar across the month.
country, but some Spillane said
people who are A the assistance
helping the hun- Harvard study on food stamps
gry in Gainesville provide is lim-
have said that povfood stamp dlStribuited because

erty is worse here tion in the early and there i.s.a 10-
than in many parts. day waiting period -
of the country. mid-1980s listedGainesville before the
"Gainesville is stamps can be
the
one of the poorest as received. Echo-
cities in the United 97th poorest city in ing Spillane
States," said Leon- was Commu-
x'y ard Spillane, directhe nation.Aid nity Action Ex-
tor of Catholic e cut t i v e
Charities. director Oscar Harris,who said most
Gene Tysowsky spokesman for people using food stamps run out by
the Alachua County School Board, the third week of the month.
said that 48 percent of the county's Community Action,a group aimed
public school children in kindergarat fighting poverty in Alachua
ten through fifth grade qualify for County, has two mass distributionsfree
or reduced-price school of food planned, one just before
lunches. Thanksgiving and another before

Spillane said a Harvard study on
food-stamp distribution in the early see Hunger, page 9



L. "'\:" 'fn' .I/I'ch'eck.stblenfrom,, : ? < ,*:';Anderson.,. / ""r ., ., ,..Hall.. ;
I *'*UFO"police ''are'I."e rchlni'for/l/'' '',been there and made off.with! her

-*i someone; who'took:/a'I,student's- ..check,;l1pton said. .
iinan. l t.ald"toan:"check, eOJxhey found a canceled check
dorsed It with a misspelled name 'that had already been endorsed,
and stole the money, UP, police and the''name was misspelled,",
I" "-- Js..< 'spokeswoman Angle'Upton. said :she"said.. "They didn't''catch it'
SULLIVAN-ALLIGATOR '
:s.Monday: ,until she showed up to'claim the
Watch the birdieElla !, '"Jannette" Reid..21,'went t to pick', ',check."'

Rukln, 7, has a parrot painted on her face by Fu Fu the clown at the 9th Annual 'up Downtown Festival and Art Show. f,day at Anderson' Hall's Room 119" about,$1,000.1 H ;;"
wand" found.someone. .already.,had; MATTHEW. SANER'



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4.AU1GATOR,TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1990


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promises education reformsPARIS


(UPI) Education Minister Lionel Jospin casseurs fled into surrounding streets, hurling rocksat
bowed to pressure from more than 100,000 demon- police as they left. Earlier in the day several stores
strating high school students Monday and pledged near the Place de la Bastille were looted.
urgent reforms for the education system as hundredsof Paris Prefect of Police Pierre Verbrugghe de-
youths fought riot police and looted stores. manded the organizers terminate the demonstrationafter
President Francois Mitterrand received a delega- the trouble began and restricted the demonstration -
tion of 20 students at the Elysee Palace to discuss to the Left Bank instead of heading for the
their problems shortly after Jospin.promised "the Champs Elysees as planned.
principle of a plan of urgency for the lycees (high Police blocked off the Pont de 1'Alma bridge and
schools) has been decided." some 200 casseurs tried to break through the cordon. Z
The pupils, supported by unions of teachers, demand They were restrained by police blasting water cannon
dramatic improvements in the quality of schools and firing tear gas.
and education safer schools, bigger buildings, One young demonstrator suffered suspected brain
smaller classes and more teachers. damage after falling several feet from a building.
Witnesses said at least 100,000 people demon- Among the stewards policing the march to discourage -
strated from the Place de la Bastille to the Left Bank. violence were militants from the communist-led
Organizers claimed 200,000 took part in the march to Confederation Generale du Travail (General Confed-
dramatize demands for more teachers and smaller eration of Labor) as well as off-duty members of a
classes. policemen's union.
Trouble began when 500 out-of-control youthful Some 5,000 gendarmes and special riot-police were RODERICK'SEstablished
"casseurs" (wreckers) looted the C and A clothing mobilized for the march.Several subway stations were 1978
store in the ultra-modern Tour Montparnasse shop closed. Classic Clothing for the Young Professional
ping center on the Left Bank. Most of the students seemed relaxed in blue jeans I fine Shoes at Sportswear
Looters made off with scores of expensive dresses and pulloversandj, many of them came from the prov- NEW HOURS: Monday-Saturday 106Creekslde
and suits, overcoats and raincoats. The casseurs, inces by special trains and buses. SW 2nd Ave 377-0902
3501
Nail
many of them masked or with their faces covered with "Since the beginning of last week we have not goneto
scarves or balaclava helmets, then surged up the our classes," said a student from the Lycee Lafay- -
stairs, seeking other stores to plunder. But they were ette in the town of ChampagnesurSeine.have
forced back by security guards with dogs. been talking about our problems lack of heating,
Tough CRS riot police raced to the scene and the cold water showers, no common room." r


. CNN to stop broadcasting Noriega tapesMIAMI II KOREATHE


(UPI) -Cable News Network agreed Mon- At the emergency hearing Hoeveler agreed to delay
day to refrain from broadcasting sensitive tapes of contempt proceedings provided that CNN stopped
UNKNOWN WARIt
telephone conversations between deposed Panama- airing the tapes at least until the Supreme Court's
nian strongman Manuel Noriega and his attorneys, ruling. He also issued a stay on a previous order to
pending a Supreme Court ruling on the matter. have CNN turn the tapes over to a federal magistratefor was an undeclared war without victory that t
The agreement was hammered out during an emer- review. Killed 64,000 American soldiers. After 40 years,
gency hearing in the chambers of U.S. District Judge Jon May,a member of Noriega's defense team, said learn the real story! Hear eyewitness accounts
William Hoeveler. The hearing was called because he was satisfied with the outcome of the hearing. former
from POW's and.others. 18s
CNN defied a temporary injunction by Hoeveler prohibiting Noriega's lawyers have recommended that CNN be
the network from airing any of the tapes. fined $300,000 for each time the tapes in question are
Noriega,who surrendered to U.S.authorities follow- broadcast. Bienstock said at a hearing last week that
ing the Dec. 20 invasion of Panama,is in federal prison the network had at least seven tapes of Noriega's
awaiting trial on drug-trafficking charges. telephone conversations.
Hoeveler had issued the temporary order so the Noriega has telephone access at the Metropolitan
tapes would not be broadcast until he had time to rule Correctional Center. He signed a waiver at the prison
on a defense motion for a permanent injunction against that allows MCC to monitor his phone conversations.His .
having the material aired. lawyers said the waiver does not include con- ix4i
CNN took the matter before the 11th Circuit Courtof versations they have with the deposed general and aS
Appeals in Atlanta, which sided with Hoeveler on said they will be seeking to have the charges dismissed
Saturday. But CNN chose to air some of the tapes over because the tapes violate Noriega's constitutional
the weekend, putting the network in contempt. rights to lawyer-client confidentiality and to a fair trial.
CNN lawyer Terry Bienstock said the network was The government has denied that any of the calls
filing an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court to have taped included talks between the general and his
Hoeveler's temporary injunction lifted. attorneys.


. Two military satellites to launch this weekCAPE II


CANAVERAL Fla. (UPI) An Air Force Meanwhile,at nearby pad 39A at the Kennedy Space E
Titan 4 rocket was primed for liftoff Monday night to Center, meanwhile, engineers pressed on with workto eC
launch a Pentagon satellite, sources said, with the ready Atlantis for a sky-lighting launch Thursday p
shuttle Atlantis on track for takeoff Thursday to put a night to ferry a second military satellite into orbit,one
second spy station in orbit. that may be used to spy on the Persian Gulf region.
The two rapid-fire military missions marked the first The countdown began on time Sunday night IR -+
time in recent history that two major military satelliteswere about 16 hours early because of a conflict with the
scheduled for launch in a single week, demon- Titan 4-and while the exact launch time will not be
strating a growing Air Force capability to deliver revealed until nine minutes before engine ignition,
high-priority national-security payloads to space. sources said liftoff is planned for 6:46: p.m.Thursday.
The shuttle-class $173 million Titan 4 was believedto Launch originally was planned for July, but Atlantiswas
be scheduled for liftoff from the Cape Canaveral Air grounded by a hydrogen fuel leak similar to at
Force Station shortly before 8 pjn.EST more than a least two such leaks that sidelined the shuttle Colum-
month and a half after the booster was grounded bya bia in May and September.Both ships have since been
technical glitch Sept. 23 at the T-minus 5-minute repaired and cleared for flight
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mark in the countdown. Aboard Atlantis will be commander Richard Covey,
The identity of the payload was classified, but the 44, an Air Force colonel, and co-pilot Frank Culbertson -
rocket may have been carrying a$180 million Defense 41, a Navy commander. Their crewmates are Why did the chicken
Support Program early warning spacecraft built by Marine Col. Robert Springer, 48, Air Force Lt. Col. cross the road? '
TRW of Redondo Beach, Calif. DSP satellites are Carl Meade; 39, and Army Maj. Charles Gemar, 35.
capable of detecting enemy rocket: launches using The'astronauts were'scheduled to fly to Florida To get a copy of The Alligator
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Big_ Blue expands.oIL. residential,, commercial recycling.. -

By MARION CALLAHAN called a profile. The specially-designed conFive trucks from Browning-Ferris Indus- with waste that can be recycled."
Alligator Writer tainers separate glass (brown, clear and tries collect recyclables from residents and Every month, Big Blue prevents 240 tons
green), aluminum and steel, and newspaper businesses four days a week from different of waste from being dumped into the landfill,
The Big Blue recycling program, which into three compartments, areas of the city. Brown said.
has provided residents of Gainesville with Brown said. "It has been easy to "It is awesome that the community is
blue containers for recyclables since 1987, The apartment com- get this program off the pulling together for the environment," said
has extended its service to 30 more apart- plexes,along with five sorority CLvery month, Big ground with all the sup- Ginger Green, 18, a UF freshman from
ment complexes Inside the city limits and houses and one Blue prevents 240 port we have been receiving Jacksonville. "I'm proud to be a Big Blue
50 more businesses along University Ave- family housing complex, from the participant."
nue, recycling coordinator Pam Brown said. are the first to experi- tons of waste from businesses and apart- "People are starting to make recycling away
"Since the program started, about 9,000 ment with the profiles. into ment managers, as wellas of life," Brown said. "I think it must I,
pounds of recyclables have been collected The commercial stageof being dumped the citizens of Gaines- become a habit for it to work, and I'm I
weekly," Brown said. "I get about six calls a the program is starting the Alachua County ville," Brown said. beginning to see it happening.
day from residents and businesses wantingto along University Avenue Before starting the There is a large demand for recycling
participate in our program." and provides 25 landfill. Big Blue recycling program plastics, but only two types of plastics are
The program, which eventually will ex- dumpsters for 50 busi- __ ., the Alachua accepted,milk and soda containers, and too
pand to include the businesses along South- nesses to recycle cardboard waste. County -landfill u was projected to close in often the plastics get mixed and contami-
west 13th Street and along Archer Road,has Some new participants in the Big Blue 1992. Now, the dump site is not scheduled nated," Brown said.
been a success so far, Brown said. program include the Melting Pot, University to be filled until 1997. In January,four more types of plastics will f
Gainesville is the second city in the nationto Book & Supply,The Sun Center and Wise's "We've already saved five years," Brown be accepted, which will make a big differ-
try a new type of recycling container, Drug Store. said. Our aim is to stop filling these landfills ence in the program, Brown said.


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about a class you can take next spring to learn about peo-
ple of other cultures. Then we told you about a UF-spon- oTry

sored racial-awareness retreat you could attend. Now -: [{
we're going to tell you about a more avant-garde learning
experience today's Diversity Caucus.At o

least 20 groups will participate in the nine-hour cau-

cus, including Community Against Hate Crimes, Campus
NOW, the Black Greek Council and Student Senate.

The groups that have registered submitted a list of
resolutions they'd like to see the caucus adopt. The

groups that haven't registered can do so today at 8:30: ,
11:45: or 2:45.:

The caucus is divided into three sessions, and the reso-
lutions will be presented during the first period. Duringthe

second session, groups will debate and discuss the

resolutions.At .
the end of the caucus and the third session, Sen- to cut down on chemical cuisine
ate's Rules and Agenda Committee will recommend a list
of resolutions their members believe the caucus should Today I'm Mom telling you to eat your vegetables.It's Don
approve, as well as reasons for their approval. not that I'm a vegetarian. In fact, I ate a ham- G ,. Currie
burger not than weeks Yes I'm REENPIECE"
more two ago ( ,
The entire then will vote whether to
caucus accept ashamed, but it wasn't fast food). But one thing we
those resolutions. The final list will be sent to UF Presi- can all do to save the planet is eat less junk food and
dent John Lombardi!, UF's Student Senate and Student more veggies. sometimes an ingredient in soap.
Body President, the Gainesville City Commission, the The more processed a food is, the worse its toll on Chemical cuisine is hard on your heart and the
Alachua County Commission and the state's Board of Re- the environment.Did Earth. Try reading the package of the next bag of
gents. you eat a pre-packaged sweet roll with your munchies you buy. The shorter the ingredients list,
coffee this morning? I hope not, because that would the better the product is for you and this great worldof
Some of the resolutions the caucus will hear today include an ingredients list too long to print here, ours. And if you're really committed to helping
deal with topics of diversity ranging from AIDS educa- including not just home-cooking favorites like flour preserve the planet, try eating less red meat.It .
tion to a course to help future teachers uncover prejudicial and sugar, but also ammonium phosphate, titanium takes 16 pounds of grains and soybeans and 2,500
attitudes and raise their conciousness. This is just a dioxide, sodium hexametaphosphate and sorbitan gallons of water to produce one pound of beef, accord-
sampling of the resolutions to be discussed today: monostearate. Yum. ing to"Diet for a New America."If Americans reduced
That Pepsi you drink every day while trying to stay their meat intake by 10 percent, enough grains and
"That the University of Florida take immediate steps towards
awake during professor's thrilling lecture is
your an soybean would be saved to feed 60 million people (the
increased condom availability. This would include environmental hazard in
a can.
number of death
people across the world who starve to
but not be limited to, increased availability of free con- Sure, you can recycle the container, but did you each year).
doms in high-traffic areas, increased presence of condom ever think of how soft drinks are made? Most carbon- 'So meat-filled
love bacon cheeseburgers and
ated beverages are manufactured at a plant and filled you
machines, etc. The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power
? cut
with a few planetary nasties such as phosphoric acid lasagna Don't stop eating those favorites, just
"Therefore be it resolved that UF and the city of Gaines- and artificial color.I down a bit. I love packaged cookies and potato chips,
ville set up a hate-crimes telephone hotline." Commu- I don't even want to think about people who buy but I try to supplement those things with salads,
nity Against Hate Crimes. The resolution also says microwaveable pepperoni pizza, even though some of broccoli natural (sorry, George), baked potatoes, and other
crimes reported to the hotline should be publicized at them are good friends of mine.That delightful entree treats.
least once a month and the hotline should be in an office includes mozzarella cheese substitute, whatever thatis I'm not saying stop drinking sodas and eat only
pork,beef, salt,sodium nitrite and ferric orthophos- carrots planted in your own garden. Just do what
with at least one full-time person working on hate-crime phate. Aretha Franklin says and Think.:

information dissemination."Be Even friendly old Oreos are flavored artificially and Donya Currie'is The Alligator's stringer editor and
it resolved that there be created within the Collegeof baked with lard, otherwise known as beef fat, and the newsroom's maternal conscience., '

Education, a course that is designed to help students to LETTERS TO THE EDITOR i
recognize their prejudices. Be it further resolved that this

course become mandatory for all students preparing to be the horrors of war? American invasion as more foreign
teachers." the Gator chapter of the NAACP. We cannot afford Yes, we all deplore the Iraqi in- domination and manipulation.Arab .

If you haven't signed up to attend the caucus, or if another VietnamEditor vasion of Kuwait, but does that nations now on "our side"
you're not in a group that's planning to attend, drop by make a war inevitable? would begin to think twice once a
: I am writing regarding the
anyway. It starts at 9 a.m. and is in the,Reitz Union Audi Middle East situation and wonder greater Why build-up should the of U.S. have a blood-bath began.,
torium. This is one lesson that promises to be interesting. ing why one sees 'so little men- other United Nations troops supporters than? Let us allow the U.N. to work
tioned in The Alligator about the The toward a peaceful solution.
more troops we send, the
possibility of war. greater the possibility of war,, Write immediately to President
Are students (and faculty) in 'a A U.S. attack would mean tens Bush and other representatives fora
alligator Editor 50s mode,with apathy to any con of thousands of soldiers on both commitment to a negotiated set-
cerns other than those relating to sides would die. American and tlement! under auspices, of the U.N.
A. Plunkett
Judy their daily,lives?
other foreign civilians
held in Iraq talk of U.S.
Editor Demand an end to a
Editor
Opinions
Managing Is any thought being'given to also would be killed.A .
invasion.We .
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier the fact that the U.S.is moving very U.S.attack also would increase _military
.close to an all-out invasion of Iraq? instability and conflict the Middle cannot afford another Vietnam
Letters Policy Must we wait until body bags East for many more ,in terms of money or in terms
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be years. of precious human fife.,
typed double-spaced, and signed They shows typed name, sddress begin arriving back many con- Our relations with the region
number. Names". will be withheld If the writer just MUM. If you have any questions dill taining bodies of friends and rela- would be further poisoned because Jean F. Mullen
the editorial page editor at 3784458. '
tives -before we start to realize Arab
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I Only strength can stop Hussein "
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He doublensed us! We tire \
Referring to an article that appeared in The rase3
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Alligator Sept. 18, it was brought to my attention Handy lie I l luxury until he succePdecfrnthreaten1'g your c
that I neglected to acknowledge the United Na- C ONSIDER THISwars -- that estyle:..
tions as a sovereign entity, able to govern over
the actions of Saddam Hussein. My words were:
There is no sovereign power above Hussein..." since then. The list goes on. The point is a
An understanding of international law will clarify law that Is only respected when it coincides with
this statement.To the interest of the parties involved is no law at

put it simply, if we consider the nations of all.The
the world as sovereign, i.e. totally self-governing, International Court of Justice, created to
then logically, there cannot be a supreme gov- resolve the decentralized nature of internationallaw
erning body above them. Even so, we have at- is only a bargaining tool
tempted to create such a force. Parties must consent to meet in the Court,and
Some may say that the relationship betweenthe even then, they may not agree with its decisions.
states in our country and the federal govern- Rulings do not follow the rule of stare decisis,case
ment demonstrates the possibility of an interna- law relying on precedence, but rather judgmentscan
tional government. This is not true. The states vary. In other words, nothing is concrete. If wR'r f r 't(1IC
govern themselves only inside the context of it were, who would enforce the law? j
federal law.The federal government is sovereign, Collective security, developed from Article 16 \ I
not the states.International. of the League of Nations, and later from ChapterVII ( 'pVIC'IA. C 'intnlcyl / "
law,having its origins in the Holy of the Charter of the United Nations,has been
Alliance, League of Nations, and the present sought to answer the problem of enforcement.By .
United Nations, is basically a collection of quasi- definition,the group of most powerful nations, War never worth the cost
complementary interests. Even with similar in- with common interests, enforce the judgmentsof

terests, agreements among the nations vary the Court or Security Council, like in the Gulf EditorConcerned: about the imminent A war will increase instability and

greatly. right now. outbreak of hostilities with Spain in 1898, conflict in the region for many years to
There is little legal uniformity.Secondly,moreso This not only burdens the superpowers' ac- Mark Twain wrote about the process by come. A war intended to stabilize oil
than our Constitution,international legal docu- tions even when they may suffer the most which nations rationalize war.The "loud prices and supplies will have the opposite
ments are vague and ambiguous in nature.Thus, from economic sanctions, for example.The resultis little handful"clamor for war, he said, as effect, likely resulting in a spiral of oil
there is ample room for interpretation and litte that the majority rules at the expense of the the "big, dull bulk of the nation rubs its shortages and price hikes.

room for agreement.Those that do not agree are minority.It sleepy eyes and tries to make out why The costs of war and higher oil prices
acccountable to no one. is not my intention to ridicule the United there should be a war." will push the economy deeper into recession -
This disunity is found in the various interpre-- Nations or our attempts at creating a governing All anti-war sentiment is shouted and the country deeper into
tations of the maritime belt. Mexico recognizes body, but rather to clarify the understanding of down and before long the whole nation bankruptcy.
,a three-mile boundary off its shores.So do France, international law. It has been essential as a bar-
takes up the war cry. An outbreak of fighting is likely to
the Soviet Union and Spain, but Finland and gaining tool, but it is not sovereign.
escalate rapidly, leading to a real possi-
If anything, the loud little handful of
Norway claim four miles; Ecuador maintains that Only a world state, which presently is highly bility of chemical, biological and nuclear
its sovereignty extends 200 miles into the Pacific. unlikely, could claim supremacy. If we can't ac- bellicose,monied interests now have an warfare.
easier time than in Twain's day because
what Hussein has done, we should stay in
Another example of the weakness of international cept
modern Americans have been condi- And all for what? To restore a feudal
agreements is the Briand-Kellogg Pact of the region to protect our interests. It seems to
tioned to accept war as an appropriate monarchy to power in Kuwait?To protectoil
1928, which excluded war as an instrument of be a matter of might is right.
response, not only to foreign policy di- company profits? To preserve U.S:
national policy. It has not prevented the various Chris Handy is a UF graduate student.
lemmas, but also to a host of social ills. hegemony over the Middle East? To
Our nation wages war on poverty, war uphold and enforce the resolutions of the
against illiteracy, war on cancer, war United Nations?
against drugs, and now, a glorious new Tell that to the Palestinian teenagerswho
crusade, war against aggression.The have lived their whole lives under
American people have a good Israeli military occupation,an occupation
attitude" about the military build-up, violating numerous U.N. resolutions but
Senator John Glenn recently assured paid for with American money and main-
troops in Saudi Arabia. "No one is ques- tained with American weapons.
tioning, no one is doubting," he told Acquisition of territory through mili-
them.It tary force should always be condemned,
is true that a pliant media and muchof but that does not mean that aggressionmust
the public have been quick to fall in be met with aggression.The .
with the delirious beat cf Washington'swar alternative to war is negotiationand
drums, but many are questioningand economic pressure. The alternativeto
NIM doubting in the long tradition of fighting is talking and reasoning with
Americans who have counseled againstthe our adversaries. The general who razed
path of war. Atlanta knew what he was talking about
Stop and think about the conse- when he warned that "...war is at best
quences of war with Iraq. A Brookings barbarism. Only those who have never
Institute computer simulation indicates heard the shrieks and groans of the
that American and Saudi forces will suf- wounded cry aloud for more blood,
fer 32,000 to 48,000 casualties in the first vengeance and destruction.War is hell."
month of an assault on Iraq nearly as Mark H. Smith
many as died in 10 years in Vietnam. 8LSMORE



Writer offered poor analogyEditor fiHem thlh over


: This is in response to Yassin.Yassin's Israeli soldiers stationed in the territories are
editorial in which he made an analogy betweenthe trained only to be reactionary Iraq, however,
Iraqi invasion of Kuwait and the Israeli occu- has proven to be an instigator, resulting in mass
pation of its territories. By definition, an analogyis deaths not only of Kuwaitis but also of her own
a comparison based on similarity. How can any people. There is no analogy here!,Mr. Yassin's
rational thinking individual l find similarities here? attempt to ins .1t emotion in his readers for.his
cause is understandable but not acceptable.In .

Israel came to control the West Bank and Gaza theory, a partnership between Palestiniansand
strip because the Arab states went to war with Israelis could work, but not unless a level of
Israel 23 years' ago Iraq on the other hand, trust is established,and not until an Arab,wishingto
invaded Kuwait. Israel has continually sought an discuss peace with Israel, isn't murdered by
Arab partner with whom to negotiate the futureof his own people..
the territories..;. Iraq will not negotiate con- Mitch Morris

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VISITATIONfrom rights.
page 1 "Our main goal is to implement a policy UF's dorm visitation plans:
change immediately," Burgoon said. "We defi- There are four dormitory visitation policies that students can vote for each semes-
tion policy during the remaining five weeks of
the semester and decide whether students will nitely want to"have the voting rights back by ter. Students are allowed to be In their rooms and/or floor lounges with people of

be allowed to vote again next semester,he said. next semester. the opposite sex only during these hours.
Grimm declined to say how administrators
"By restricting who comes in and out of the might respond. Plan A: Plan C:
halls the level 11 to midnight Sunday-Saturday open 24 hours
we're increasing security Feldman said last week each of the eight Sunday-Thursday a.m.
Grimm said. dormitory-area senators are surveying studentsin Friday-Saturday, l 11 l a.m. to 2 a.m. Plan D:

Still, Burgoon and Sens.Terri Feldman of the their area to see if they believe Plan A visita- Plan B: Sunday-Saturday no visitation
Broward area and Ann Coccagnia of the Tolbertarea tion makes dormitories safer."I Sunday-Thursday, 9 a.m.to midnight
Friday-Saturday, open 24 hours source:UF option are sponsoring a Senate bill that asks don't see how visitation restrictions affect
administrators to give back students' voting safety at all," Feldman said.

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HUNGERfrom Another visible effort to fight Ted Wilson, Scouting for Food will unveil the"Mountain of Hope,"
page 3 hunger in Gainesville is the Boy chairman. a tower of non-perishable food to
Scouts of America National Good Scouts distributed bags door-to- be donated to local charity groups.It .
Christmas. Turn. door on Nov. 10 and will return

Much of the food will come from For the fourth consecutive year, Saturday to pick up the bags. is part of ALACHU-AID,which
Love. the "Get Off Your Cans" program, Scouts will be knocking on doors Wilson said last year Alachua features a food-raising concert Sat
a joint effort of Community Action asking for non-perishable food do- County Scouts collected about urday from 6 p.m. until midnightat
You'll love the result!! and radio station WKTK. FM. nations, such as peanut butter, 25,000 pounds of food. the Oaks Mall Plaza.

Alligator you Classifieds.get in WKTK's 18-wheeler I shows up at baby formula, complete packaged 'The people here are born witha Admission to the concert, spot-
major. events in the county with meals and canned goods. giving nature," Wilson said. lighting local bands and national
F workers collecting food, Harris "The Boy Scouts are actually This morning at 11 at the Oaks recording artists Linear, is $5 or a
said. making a difference," said Capt. Mall, a ribbon-cutting ceremony bag of food.

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I:: IFAS Researcher Develops SolarPoweredWater




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old windmill down on the farm may
be replaced by a solar panel.
"Historically, we've used windmills to
pump water on farms for cattle and other

uses, but we think a solar-powered pump ..
may now be feasible, especially in remote I,:II><. ,_'_
areas where there's no electricity," said ;': "jl- "
Don Pitts, a water management engineer "'! -.- ".- .. _
with UF's Institute of Food and "
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'The logic behind developing the solar- .. '" \- -
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cattle may be excluded from wetlands in '. ... ,
the future and ranchers will need an alter- ';''. 1
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native source of water for cattle," he ';. :'---.. Healthcare

explained.Pitts .
who developed the solarpoweredpump --
with funds from the Governor's : Program Earns \

Energy Office and the South Florida Water .. .
Management District, said water pumps .'ItJi.! .,.... A unique dual-degree program jointly
powered by gasoline or diesel fuel would Don Pitts adjusts the angle of a solar panel containing 192 photo-voltaic cells used to sponsored by the UF College of Health
have to be attended and windmills are not power the experimental pumping system at the IFAS Southwest Research and Educa- Related Professions and College of
dependable under all weather conditions.The tion Center in Immokalee. (Photo by Chuck Woods) Business has earned the highest accredita-
cost of running electricity to a remote tion standing available to such programs in
site may be too expensive. hot, dry and sunny weather. The pump also be used to draw water from a well. the United States.
"With the declining cost of photovoltaiccells also can operate at low levels of solar radia- Cost of a production unit is estimated to be After an evaluation this spring, the Ac-
used to convert sunlight into a steady tion. Even when it's cloudy, the pump con- about $1,000. crediting Commission for Education in
flow of electricity, the solar-powered pump tinues to function pumping about 3,000 Pitts designed and built the pumping Health Services Administration granted the
looks like a possible alternative to conven- gallons daily," Pitts explained. the IFAS Southwest Agricultural a seven-year accreditation per-
tional pumping methods," Pitts said. Major components include a 10squarefoot Research and Education Center in Im- Iod-the program maximum period allowed by the
"The nice thing about a solar-powered solar panel covered with about 192 mokalee. The system is current) commission and a designation reserved for
water pumping system is that it works photo-voltaic cells that generate about 35 tested to compare it to traditional pumping only a few programs nationwide.
hardest when need it most of A similar could methods.the .
you -duringUF's watts electricity. system Richard
Gutekunst, dean of UF's Collegeof
Health Related Professions, credits Barry
Michael GordonIs Greene, professor and chairman of the

Guest Lecturer At I CAMPUS oo4--4 THIS WEEK I with Health the Services current Administration success of the department program,, 'I

which was formally disaccredited in 1978.
University Of London "Dr. Greene has been here for 11 years,"
Gutekunst said, "and in that time has built ,
UF law professor Michael Gordon is an TODAYGERMANICSLAVIC public. Sponsored by UF theater this program into one of the most successful
American in London through the end of / LANGUAGES department and Gainesville Department of management training programs in the coun- .
this week, sharing his expertise with LECTURE, "Literary Life in Berlin," by Culture and Nature Operations, 8 p.m., try. He has traveled schools throughoutthe
students from throughout the world Germanic Seminar Professor Hartmut Eg- Thomas Center, 302 N.E. 6th Avenue. country, evaluating other programs and
attending the most highly regarded gert, Free University of Berlin, 1:30: p.m., developing a plan of action for our program
FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE,
graduate program in international law. 2014 Turlington Hall. here in Florida. To take a program that is
"Is Global Human the
Affecting
Activity
Gordon, the author of books on interna- ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Maternal unaccredited and build it into one of the
Climate of Florida?, by George MauC National -
Energetics and Thermoregulation in in the
tional business transactions, comparativelegal most highly respected programs
Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminis-
traditions and sovereign immunity, Brooding Pythons, by UF post-doctoral country Is a remarkable achievement."
has been serving as the Baker&McKenzie associate in zoology Tamir Ellis, 4 p.m., 211 tration, vents Atlantic Oceanographic and
Meteorological Laboratory in Miami, 8
Lecturer at and the Bartram Hall.
Visiting King's College
FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR "Natural p.m., Reitz Union Ballroom. Tuition Pn
London School of Economics, both at the Exchange
Phenols in Foods," / FACULTY RECITAL by UF music
University of London, since Oct. 29. His by viticulture/enology
visit, sponsored by the Miami and London Vernon Singleton, University of. department faculty members Sarah Baird For Children Of UF I
California Fouse on flute and Boaz Sharon ,
offices of the international law firm of Baker at Davis, 4:05: p.m., G086 McCar- on piano
& McKenzie, is designed' to advance the ty Hall. 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium.UF's Children of UF faculty can attend one of
understanding of U.S. laws dealing with FLORIDA ARTS TRIO RECITAL, fea- approximately 250 schools and universitiesfor
various international trade matters. tures UF music faculty members John free or reduced tuition through the Tuition
"The International Trade Law Program at White (cello), Kevin Sharpe (piano), Janna Exchange Program.
the University of London is considered the Lower (violin), 8:15: p.m., University Gamma Sigma Delta Tuition Exchange, Inc., a nonprofit

most comprehensive such program in the Auditorium. Chapter Wins Awards organization headquartered at Muhlenberg
world, and it attracts students from WEDNESDAY ,. College in Pennsylvania.organizes an exchange
throughout the world," Gordon said. "If LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO- Holds Fall Forum Today program for member schools and

you talk about a subject such as trade witha QUIUM, "Options for Sustainable UF's chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta,the universities. For every student who comesto
nonmarket for Hungary
economy, example Development in TambopataCandamoReserve international honor of UF from one of these schools, the child
there is be student from society agriculture,
likely who to a add Zone, Peru," by U.S. .anthropologist will hold its Fall Forum today at 3 p.m. in of a UF faculty member can attend a school
Hungary attending' can somethingto and consultant Thomas McCarty Auditorium. Featured speaker is listed as a member of Tuition Exchange, Inc.,
the discussion.
t Moore, noon, 376 Grinter Hall. UF Distinguished Research Professor Wil- so the number of participants is limited.
ANTHROPOLOGY LECTURE, "Children liam Thatcher, who will discuss "Setting Dependent children of full-time faculty are
ABOUT THIS PAGE of the Nineties: A Longitudinal Studyof the Pregnancy dock in Cattle." eligible, unless the faculty members received -.
Child Health and Development in Johannesburg Thatcher, a professor of dairy science, tuition funding from another UF source.In
This Faculty Edition of the University and Soweto,"by University of Wit- recently received the society's Senior Facul- most cases, only one child at a time from
Digest is the second in the 1990-91 series. watersrand anthropology professor Noel ty Award. Animal science professor Clarence each family can participate in the program,
These pages are designed to highlightthe Cameron, 3 p.m., 1341 Turlington Hall. Ammerman is Florida's nominee for which lasts for four years or until degree re
work of UF faculty and inform faCul- BOTANY SEMINAR, "Growth & Form the Gamma Sigma Delta International quirements are met whichever occurs first-
ty on matters of specific interest. To sub- of Trifolium repens in Patchy Envir- Award. In addition, UF's Gamma A UF liaison officer decides which
Sigma
mit material for the next Faculty'Edition, onments-The Pasture from a Plant's Eye- Delta chapter has been named an Honor- students participate based on space avail-
scheduled for mid-December, contact View," by University of British Columbia able Mention Chapter for the society's 1990 ability. Priority is given to children of senior
Information Services, 355 Tigert Hall, 4 members who have never receIvedbenefits
3920186.In botany professor Roy Turkington, p.m., Outstanding Chapter Award. faculty
211 Bartram Hall.WOMEN'S The UF chapter's 1990-91 officers from the program. Priority is then
"
are
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order to reach individual faculty ISSUES panel discussion, Dorothy Comer, president, Food and given according to: academic year in college -
members, Faculty Digests (which are "Women's Sexualityled by OF associate Resource Economics of students already enrolled in the pro-
; Lynn Bailey,
printed in the Independent Florida Alligator) professor of anthropology Linda Wolfe., 7 ident-elect, Food Science and Human pres-Nu- students currently enrolled in coD ge
also mailed who
are to departmental offices for p.m., 361-2 Reitz Union. trition; Doug Bates, secretary Animal wish to transfer to the program, high
distribution in faculty mailboxes. EVENING WITH HAROLD PINTER, I Science; Terril Nell, historian, Envir- school seniors enrolling in the program,
This page paid for at usual advertiS- featuring music, lectures and excerpts from' onmental Horticulture; and Gary.Lynne, and students from families who have had
ing rates. the playwright's works, free and open to treasurer, Food and Resource Economics. another child'' enrolled In the program.

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Health Science Center Is One Of Four 71



I In Nation To Celebrate NIH Support

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National health policymakers will join dent for health affairs, says the event ex- Association of Academic Health Centers.
Florida leaders of education, business and pected to help faculty, the public and Drs. Raub and Bulger will join UF Presi-
1 politics on the UF campus Wednesday and Florida's political leadership gain better ap dent John Lombardi as speakers at a 2:45:
Thursday as the Health Science Center preciation for NIH as the top supporter of p.m. symposium on "Biomedical Research
celebrates its partnerships with the Na- biomedical research at UF. Close to 170 Issues for Government, Business and Aca-
tional Institutes of Health and the Associa- health center faculty members, in all of the demia" in the Stetson Memorial Sciences
tion of Academic Health Centers. health center's six colleges, currently Auditorium. All faculty, staff and studentsare
"Partners in Discovery" is the theme for receive NIH grants for research and grad-- invited to attend.UF's .
F the event, opening Wednesday with scien- uate education programs. Health Science Center becomes one
EDITION tific exhibits and tours of UF's Research and Guests of honor for the opening day's of four major academic medical centers
Technology Park. Thursday takes a dif- programs will include William Raub, acting across the nation to host a public celebra-
ferent focus as the health center hosts 300 director of NIH and seven-time winner of tion of its support from NIH. Guests will
Florida high school students to a series of NIH's Senior Executive Service Outstanding be invited to visit laboratories where UF
Administration laboratory demonstrations and hospitaltours Performance Award; Phillip Gorden, medical scientists are working on the
re designed to inspire their interests in M.D., director of the National Institute of development of a new single-dose, multi-
medical research and health careers. Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseasesat purpose vaccine, where pharmacists are
David Challoner, M.D., UF vice presi- NIH; and Roger Bulger, president of the using an analytical procedure call high-
ighest Rating performance liquid chromatography to
measure amounts of a specific drug in the
blood, and where veterinary medical doc-
tors are using a computerized imaging
I FACUlTY I system that generates threedimensionalcolor
reconstructions of biological objects
n that cannot be visualized with any other
structural imaging method.Architecture .

HONORS AND ACTIVITIES APPOINTMENTS
e
Taylor County extension director Clay Kidney Research Eminent Scholar Dr. Dean
Olson received the Achievement Award Craig Tisher is treasurer of the Interna-
r # from the Florida Association of County tional Society of Nephrology. Emeritus Jaroszewicz
Agriculture Agents. UF radiologist Dr. Anthony Mancuso is
W. Samuel Brown communication processes president of the American Society of Head Receives AIA Medal
and disorders professor, was nameda and Neck Radiology.
fellow by the Acoustical Society of America.Dr. UF College of Architecture Dean Emeritus
Molly Dougherty, College of Nurs- Dr. Edward Copeland, surgery depart- Mark Jaroszewicz received the American in-
t ing professor and research coordinator, ment chairman, is chairman of the Ameri stitute of Architects-Florida Association'sGold
was inducted into the American Academyof can Board of Surgery.Mathematics Medal on Oct. 26 in Tampa. The
Nursing. professor Krishnaswami medal is the highest award the organizationcan
James Grimm, director of housing, was Alladi is serving a four-year term on the bestow upon one of its colleagues.
awarded the 1990 Leadership and Service Mathematical Association of America Panel UF College of Architecture Dean Wayne
Award of the Association of College and of Visiting Lecturers.Dr. Drummond said Jaroszewicz received the
University Housing Officers International. Mark Bloomberg, director of UF's medal "for his dedication to the profession,
Carroll Douglas, extension service Center for Veterinary Sports Medicine, is service to the public and achievement as
I poultry specialist; W. Austin Tilton, Put- chairman of the Department of Small Ani- both an inspiration and role model to a
DR. BARRY GREENE nam County extension director; and David mal Clinical Sciences. generation of young architects."
Hall, plant identification specialist and ex- Sociology Professor Gary Lee is chairmanof Jaroszewicz, who came to UF as dean
The health and hospital administration tension botanist, received Distinguished the Family section of the American and professor in 1976 and served in those
program was first reaccredited in 1982, for Service Awards from the Florida Associa- Sociological Association.Dr. capacities until 1986, teaches in the Depart-
two years, and again in 1984, for five years. tion of County Agricultural Agents. KIrby Bland, professor and associate ment of Architecture. a
Professor of finance and insurance David chairman of the Department of Surgery, is '
Nye received Alpha Kappa Psi Founda- chairman of the American College of Knight-Ridder Exec
'rogram Available tion's Clifford D. Spangler Award. Surgeons committee that establishes
Roy Harrell, associate professor of guidelines for the education of surgeons. Is Speaker For Ring
: Faculty MembersDecisions agricultural engineering, was named a Don Dickson, entomologynematologyprofessor /
paper award winner by the American was appointed to the Phorate- Business Ethics SeriesRichard
will be made by the end of June. Society of Agricultural Engineers. Terbufos Assessment Team, which will Capen, Jr., vice chairman of
also in- Cheek, of assess the pesticide in the United States. will discuss business
Applicants may register with the Jimmy professor agricultural Knight-Ridder, ethics as
stitution in which they are interested. To be and extension education, received the Dr. John Nackashi, associate professorof part of the Ring Ethics Lecture series Wednesday -
eligible for the program, applicants must be Ensminger-Interstate Distinguished Teaching pediatrics, was appointed to a twoyearterm at 4 p.m. in University Auditorium. The
accepted at the requested institution. It is Award from the National Association of Colleges on the Committee on Children with lecture is free and open to the public.
best to register between Jan. 1 and March 1 and Teachers of Agriculture. Disabilities. with the Academy of American Capen served almost seven years as chairman
prior to the projected college year, but An article coauthored sociology Pro Pediatrics.Dr. and publisher of The Miami Herald,dur-
.
applicants may apply 1 before then. Annual fessor John Scanzoni in the "Journal of Marriage Samuel Low, associate professor of ing which\ time the newspaper received five
participation fee for UF faculty is $1,500. A and Family"received the 1989 Reuben periodontology, is the American Academyof Pulitzer Prizes. A fluent speaker of Spanish,
$100 deposit is required at program reg Hill Research and Theory Award given by Periodontology's official spokesman to he oversaw the launch of El Nuevo Herald,
istration.For the National Council on Family Relations. .general dentists. which is now the largest Spanish-American
more information, contact Academic Larry Arrington, associate professor of Pediatric dentistry Professor Dr. Robert newspaper in the continental United States.
Affairs Associate Vice President Catherine agricultural and extension education, was Prlmosdi was elected to a seven-year term on He is planning to publish a book on ethics
Longstreth. named Teacher Fellow by the National the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. and integrity, subjects frequently featuredin
Association of Colleges and Teachers of Lewis Sussman, associate professor of his writing.The .
classics, is interim chair of the departmentfor Lecture series is
Agriculture.T.J. Ring sponsored by
SAS Workshop Be Held Sheehan, chairman and professor of fall semester. UF's College of Business Administration.

For U F Faculty StaffThe the Environmental Horticulture Depart-
ment, is one of seven fellows-elect by the Abandoned Property
Northeast Regional Data Center American Society: for Horticultural Science. Library Book Sale Is To Be AuctionedThe
(NERDQ) and SAS Institute are s Joseph PisanI, professor and chairman of
ing a two-day workshop on SAS Version the Department of Advertising, receivedthe Wednesday On ColonnadeMore Reitz Student Union will hold an
6.06 titled 'Making the Transition to Outstanding Educator Award at the auction of abandoned property beginningat
Release 6.06 of the SAS System." The Association of Newspaper Classified than 4,500 books, journals, maps, 9 a.m. Wednesday between the Univer-
records and other items will be sale from
workshop, which is open to UF faculty and Advertising Managers sales conference.. on sity Police Station and Jennings Hall.
staff experienced in using SAS,will be held Henry Pennypacker, psychology professor 9 nade a.m.of to 4 p.m.West.Wednesday The book on the sale colon-is Bicycles, automobiles, mopeds, motorcycles
Library co- and other miscellaneous items will be sold
Dec. 10-11 in the Reitz Union. was honored by the American Can-' to
Registration fee is $325,and the deadlineto cer SocIety for his contributions to breast Foundation,by the University of Florida the highest bidder. The auction will continue
Inc. and
self-exam education. ; the Acquisitions until all items are sold, and proceeds will
register is Nov.16. To register, call Kathy go
Checks
of the libraries. will be
Department to the Gator Student Loan Fund.
Uebhauser at DOCE by Nov. 16,3921701.For Physics Professor Pierre Ramond receivedan
Proceeds will to the Univer-
information about course content, call Alumni Achievement Award from the accepted. go For more information on the public auc-
Vicki Turner at NERDC 392-2061. New Jersey Institute of Technology. sity of Florida Foundation, Inc. tion, call Pam Lovely in the Reitz Union
student activities office, 392-1673.
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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND







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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. SUBLEASE:
Classifications Q How to place a
1 FURNISHEDHousing Attractive 2bdr/1 ba 2nd.floor apt in a 4 HOUSE/APT.
classified ad: quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373

1 For Rent. Furnished Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop 7132. 11.15.10.2ALOHA Sublet I bedroom furnished or unfurnished .

In Person: all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, GARDEN APTSlovely apt in Wind meadow.. Available
2 For Rent Unfurnished Cash, check, MC or VISA. parking, laundry, $210 per mo.. C.L.O. 1.2.3 br, all amenities, near 1/91. $100 off 1st month's rent. Call
117 NW 15th St. 3774269. 121462.1 336.7997.
3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office Shands, VA, Shopping 3009 SW Archer 11.14.10.4
RD. 377.0555. 11.16.152
For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave. Oakbrook 2/2/ (urn. and unfurn. Room Must sublet immediately, 2 bed/1/ ba apt.

M-F Sam. 4 pm mate matching avail Wash/dry. From SW area, close to UF Shands, and shop
4 Sublease House/Apt./ Apt avail. now: 2bd, d/w, porch, $375 80;
$16250 Diversified REALTOR
Properties, ping center. 2 sWimming pools ask 320
avail I Dee, 2bd, porch, w/d d/w $385;
Main
Bookstore. .
373.9375 or 3789090. 11-15 10 no deposit, call 3345728. 11 1464
5 Roommates Hub Customer Service DeskM 1 1 Ibd, $275; all wcent h/a, fans: 373.0701

6 For Sate F 8 am 430pm 11.19.13.2 Female n/s/ roommate needed to sub

Sublet 1 1br/lba/ 1 block from lease a room in 3bdr/3 bath apt. in Polos
7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier OfficeM campus. Duplex apt., 1 BR, LR, Kit, bath AC/heat/ ,
Quiet I, lovely view, upper floor. 285 available 1/91 247mo. + util w/d,
F gam-9pm 3 blocks from UF, 1 blk off Univ Ave.
mo/200'SIC. Call Yvette (days): 395 vaulted ceilings, fans 335-6709. 11-14.
8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed 225.00 mo. plus security Also 2 BR A
0111, X t. 4636 11.13.3.1Bdrm 5.4
Frame 250.00 plus security. Call 333
9 Autos ,. Medical Bookstore, ShandsM 1839. 11.14.10.2
F.8am. 4.30 pm private entrance, turn, cntrl a/c Sublease nice 1 bd apt Pets ok avail nowl
10 Wanted Use kitchen and Iving room. Most utilit conv location. Bike to school. good lor
11 1 Services By Mall: (urn. Avail Jan 1. 91. 1740 NW 3rd PI Large studio 225.00 1 BR 250.00 sngl or cpl 9 mo. lease 260mo./ 376
'>,: $165mo 3722284. 11.13.1-1 1 9 blocks to campus second floor 6987 11.14.5.4,
Use forms appearing weeklyin private entrances 373.5663
12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by partly furnished if needed. 111542
2br/1 ba unfurn 420 mo 11 8/15 Free first

13 Help Wanted mail MC VISA, or checks only. FOR RENT: Duplex for rent 2 bedroom, 1 1.5 bath, full last rents & no deposit.t POint West Call

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: kitchen, pets allowed, close to campus, 378.0234. 11.16.6.4
$350/month, Call 371.8141 or 800654.
2 UNFURNISHED
15 Personals .x Payment by VISA or Mastercard 4544. 11.20.10.2CHECK Oak Glade Apartments nice 1 bdr/1 ba.
ONLY Five dollar minimum. near Shands 1 1/2 months free rent.

16 Connections M-F8.30.4pm. DEC. OCCUPANCY $425 rents this SW THIS OUTI! SW 2 BR 1.5 BA. $250/mo./ Call Rose 376.2507. 11165
condo close to UF & shopping. Washer/dry.r/dlshwasher/cenUlr. $300 4
17 Notices Q How to correct Pool/fenced patio/cent. air/dishwasher KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060. 11164
18 Rides KEY MANAGEMENT 372.3060. 11-16.4. 2 Sublease spacious 1 bdr near law school
cancel ad 2 bike to UF Camelot Apartments. Call
19 Pets your : I bedroom apartment In Viscaya. Great 336.6262 after 8 p.m. Available now
Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270"$280, location, January.August lease $370/moobo Nov free 111654
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: 2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. $295/mo. Call 375.9961 leave message.
Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4 pm. Plus lMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs. 11.14.5.2 Sublease 1br/1ba $350 per mon starting
No refunds can be given. Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378.1190. 1214 Dee 1 1. Regency Oaks. Contact Jim at

762 1 bribe lease up end of Jan w/ option to 378.3937. 11.1 19.5.4
Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors: renew 4mo leases. Move In today, only """ "'" "" i
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet 260mo., Nov. Only $150. Call336.6110II Need someone to sublease apt. by Dec.
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before washer/dryer available In most units for .1662 1. 1 bdr loft, new carpet. $349/mo. Archer
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B2B, 142Bath Woods. Donna 376.0210 or office 373
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY $250.$375. see & Imr. 372.6422. 1214 Sublet large 2br unit In Summit House. 8727. 11.28.10.4REGENCY

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected 762 Unit eL-21. Call 376.9668.D scountl! 11,

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. INCREDIBLE 21.8.2 OAKS f/ns to share 3br/2ba/ .,
December
$120 share/l65own + l/4utility,
No refunds or credits can be given after
_Union or Shands may take Efficiency Apt This month'S rent FREE) 1 bdrm studio '90 free ASAP call Christy 33S.8152II .
THREE days to appear. Ads placing the ad. Changes called in after Starting at $185 apt Nice. close to campus. $295/mo Call .30.12.4
the first day will not be compensated.
Starting at $235 /2 BedroomMEADOWCREST Tracy 378.2651. 11.1952
may run for any length of time Very spacious 1 ibdrm apt Nice NW complex .

and be cancelled at any tim'e. Customer error or changes: 110 NW 39th Ave AVAIL. JAN. Phoenix up/down/ apts Pool, tennis, many closets. Beauti-
Corrections must be made In person at 378.3988 full Call Ive mess 3787619. 11164.4
Hookups, dishwasher, carpet. $310 KEY
Sorry, but there can be no re-
The Alligator office BEFORE NOON. 375.3861 MANAGEMENT 372.3060. 1116421br
funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. 12.14762

nice apt for rent. $350mo. Close to 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE
NEAR NATIONWIDE/VA/SHANDS 2BR campus & overlooks pool & volleyball ct.
walk.In closet/skylight, quiet area $350 Call 336.9630. 11.20.5.2
KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060 1116 VILLAGE

INDOOR TANNING IZJ. 4.2 Super Clean 2bdr/lba duplex apt, central Roommates available. Reserve your
room for Bus
heat/air fenced yard, bike to UF, pet spring. serviceto
sur. .AfewseSSionSWillglve "Check Our New Specials' OK, $330/mo. Call Sarah 375.3378. 11. UF.and SFCC. Furn or unfurn
All Amenities Available 1952 $175 $250 per roommate/month.
14 you a golden tan with the FURNISHED UNFURNISHED MZ Property Mgmt.. Inc, Realtor
375 0207
Roommates Available
4002 Rd.Wolff System.- We're No.1REGENCY 113027.5
Newberry ... MOBILE HOMES
PLAZA WEST always new bulbs OAKS :
378.5766 Female non smoker to share 2br 2ba apt
I.a.e. certified 3230 SW Archer Road 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo w same $245 + 1/2 util. must like cats!

Open Mon-SII..,..clotl... safe ample parking 372-7862 COUNTRY GARDENS 335.3784. 11.28.20.5

I r 1 Session IL.12.00 I 373.4500 Farms rentals from.$280 Incl. Male roommates. 3 blocks to UF $120
IT week Unlimii I FMoTitTulirirnitedl I 2001 SW 1 16th Street water, sewer, garbage pick up, lawn double, $175.$200 single Includes utili-
Also Ouietl I Will
main. some buys.
great
I1 $37 I 4 5.' 12.14-78.2 tlesl Share kitchen and baths. W/D
L J take long term travel trailers 378 9291
j 11/24/00|I'L| F.xExr* l l/24/ /J j | Wes 11/84/90/ j SPACIOUSONE Open weekends too. 121447.3 378.8122,3711.11652. 11.15.12.5

BEDROOM APT. Room for bedroom w/
rent: master own
Must sell 1972 Manatee 12 .802 bd 1
.ONLY $273MOLYONS bath, walk.In closet carpeted, full
ba, w/d hookup storage shed Close to
APT kitchen, living area, NW location, 225
Oaks Mall. $5500. Call 332 0686, Ive
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 per/month,373.7702. 11.14-8.5
Alfred A. Ring 12-14762 mess 21-103
Roommate M/F for Seagle Building penthouse .
1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished Are you reading this right now? Yes you great view, extra safe, spacious,
Ethics Lecture Series rent negotiable WILLIAMS- are-along with many others. So get your hot tub one of a kmdl $325 + 1/3 util
BURG VILLAGE 376-1253. 125302 message out in the Alligator Classlfiedsl Call 377.9663 Iv. message. 11.15.10.5 .

Presented by the Dean and Faculty URGENTI! Need roommate for Jan. at
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Polos Own bedroom, bath, + house
College of.Business. Administration lI alarm F/n/ .s, undergraduate $255. Call

University of Florida Buy i One, GOne et 3710575. 11.1995 .

I FREE! I II Studious, clean n/s F to share very nice
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SW luxury condo townhouse 2bdr/1 1/2
I II
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"Business Ethics and Integrity"by JQDM:. bath, wash/dry, many extras $240/mo + .
I Buy any Original or Super Sub, get the I II 1/2 utll Available Immediately Call 332

I ,second of equal or lesser value free with UUI versPlAve. I 9323. 1119105Female

Richard G. CapenVice n/s roommate needed asap for
of f two medium drinks.You're .
I purchase & NW 17' St. I II own room/bath In 3bd/3ba brand new apt.

Chairman. Knight-Rldder, Inc. gonna love the difference! security system Reflections Call 336
1058 11.13.5.5Classlfleds.
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ROOMMATESWlndmeadows ROOMMATESF FOR SALECrlmestopper FOR SALE FOR SALE {'i-.


n/s F to share large master n/s rmmt for Spring In beautiful 2b/ib Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Macintosh SE, 40mb hd, printer, modem Leather Motorcycle Jacket lor tale. '

bdr in furnished 2/2. Available immediately apt in Brandywme. Great rmmt. Own Detectors, Infinity, Saneul, Sony, lots of software. $2,000. 374-4309 Black wgrey trim. In excellent condition. y'
spring. $165/mo. Call 3355284. room. Closet to UF. Option to extend Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. Malt Iv msg. 11-13-56 $ o.b.o. Call Dave at 377-9246 11- r

112010.5 lease. Call Elizabeth 374.6947. 11.14. We Beat All Prices 373.3754. 12-1 4-78- FOR SALE 2 A/C/ 5000 btu/ea./ 1 cheap A\
SKI FOR CHRISTMAS
2-5 6 bike, 1 cheap sofa, 1 glass table w3/ ,
Roommate needed asap to share 2bd/2/ Continental Rndtrp ticket chairs and 1 sola/bed. Call 335-5002/ 1 r
1/2ba condo fireplace.. Very nice. Roommate wanted-own bedroom In large ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Tampa-Salt Lake. Iv 12/26/ rtn 1/4. $300 ,11-14-3-8
$237.50mo + 1/2 utilities., Call 338.8605. 4bdr house. Walking distance to UF. w/d/ Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL Toshiba obo call Mike 334-7226. 11-14-5-6 nights r

11-13-5-5 central heat/ac 1/4 util. $200/mo. 372- Crunch Hatter MEI VSE alarm Lanzar Peugot lady's triathalon cycle. 4 mos. old. -
2013. 11-19-5-5 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6 79 Toyota Corolla, am/lm/cass. ac. very for $575 oiler Call ,
accepting
Bought
F N/S/ roommate for own bdr In Park reliable, must sell, best offer. 1-way 11-14-3-6,

Place. 3bd/2ba (turn apt for Spring Only Room for rent. M/F. Walk to campus! DISCOUNT HI-FI ticket, Gainesville-Detroit, $89 obo. call 376-6392. _

1ml from campus $203/mo/ + 1/3util + 2bdr apt In N.W. area. Affordable rent 3736257. 11145.6 CAR stereo speakers- Punch 15ln subs 5)
depoSit. Call 3351883. 11-20-10-5 and 1/2 util. Call 3713822. Starts Jan. 722 S. Main The Red Bldg.
$100ea 2 San sui Amp 75X2ch $150; Pioneer
Fuji Royale 12 speed road bike nice ; !
uary. 11-15-3-5 WE ARE CHEAPER very tweeters wXover $50. all obo Iv
Roommate wanted. Now or Spring Female small frame great for small person $125 3354387.15.3.8
prefered n/s/ ', share 2 bdr/2/ ba town- SUBLET: Georgetown Apartments 12-14-76-6_ 9043345934. 11-14-5-6, mes v4,

house with a nice couple. Close to UF Available now great location, CAR ALARMS Installed remote control RALEIGH roadbike. 221n frame. Shlmano '
own room washer/dryer/dishwasher/ / No $150/month, November free! Call Steve FUTON AND FRAME SALE &
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will drivetrain. New Mavic ma40 rims rear ,
pets, please $130/mo + 1/3 utilities at336.1338leave message. 11.21.10.5 Extra thick cotton/foam/ futons, & sofa- leave !
demo Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes hub. $300 obo. Call 374-8035 message 1.
Call 3763807. Tom or Cindy after 5 pm. sage. 12-14-37-6 bed frames. From only $200 per set. 1 11-15-3-6, ,
11-14-5-5 Need responsible M student. 1 rm avail Call Al 373.3127 or Matt 3772110. 11- t

NW area. walk/bike to UF MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146 ODEL 20BAL FISHTANK 1 month old Inc. ',,1
Oxford Manorfemale to share 2 bdr / 2 A/C/heat/wash/dry. $190/mo + util. 5- Editor's choice Hewlett Packard Sony VHS VCR 4-head w/ auto menu & tank hood and light. $90 new, asking $60.
ba apt. partially furnished ADT security mo lease or more. Call 3771631. 11- editing functions. $500 new, asking
oc Northgate! M/C Prices lower than $250. Call 372-3446 leave Steve 3355906. 11.15.2.6
1/2 utilities Call LeA- 13-2-5 message.
$250
system mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, 11134.6 i
nne or Joy 377.4058. 11-21-10-5 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk graphics monitor. Need to sell Italian bicycle with 12spds, I'I'CIII
F Nlor Spring in 2 bd/2.5 b apt./nicely' MC 28612$948, MC 386SX$1086, suntour trans, 4 Ims with quick release
Liberal M/F roommate/ to share 4 bd// furnished except for own room. Must be Northgaie 38620$2499.. Leading Edge n.UPUTER locks & more. Asking $310 obo. 336-0371 ,

2 ba house close to Campus. All modern neat/$200 Call 374-8428 leave mes 386SX laptop w/40/ MB hd & battery- pm. 11-19-4-6'
conveniences $212/mo + 1/4 util. Call sage.!: 111910.5
$1995. & 2 year warranties Onsite war. ISKOUNTERSWe'll
3739584. 11-14-5-5 ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185.. ((2)) Orion Amps 225 HCCA ((2)) Orion XTR ',
Need F, N/S grad student to share 2 bed// HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University subs ((1)) Trek 1400 bike ((1)') Luxman tuner
1 BLK FROM UFIf f n/s roommate needed 1 bath turn apt $177.50/mo/ + 1/2 util. Av. 12-14-52-6 ((1)) Nintendo w/ games. Eric 3719384.
share room in spacious house 1021 SW NE area. Call 377-4963. 11.14.3.5 Beat any Competitive Prices' *

5 Ave $220 mnth Incl utilities. Call 373- RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants 286-12 complete system only $950 ** SAFARI AUDIO..for all of your car stereo -

9758 leave message. 11-15-5-5 Rockwood VillasNS for luxurious fully for your dorm or apartment. We 386 SX-16 complete system only $1225 needs. Come tee the experts at

(urn. 3 bd/3 ba condo. $235/mo + 1/3 deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave 377- Call 372-0762. 11-14-6-6 Safari Audio. 4110 SW 34th Sin, 336.
Female rmmt for / in util. All Call 3359124. 11-
Spring/Summer amenities 1128. 12.515.6OAKTREE '
5265. blocks E. of campus. 11-14-20-6 SEASON BASKETBALL TICKETS on
3br/2bath sale NW location 5 min. bike to 16-5-5
level 3. Call David Maul 407-422-5631
campus. 191/mo/ 1/3 util. Call Tina 377- CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286-12 w/1 meg days. Willtak. best offer. 11-16-6-6 SHADZ: SUNGLASSESRayBan$35Vuarnet$45Bolle$40etc
Liberal-minded male share 2 bd2.5/ ba
to
2403. 11.15.5.5F
ran, 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor ,
townhouse In Casablanca. No
lease. $900. Other systems available. 332- Exercise bike, weight set, bench, surfboard Call 335-8450 to save your money. 11-
rmmt needed own room In nice 3br/2ba W/D and all the amenities. $235/mo. +
8333. 11.19.15.6 amstrad-PCW82S6 word 30-12-6
NW home $150mo + 1/3 utilities Fenced 1/2 util.! Call 378.5183 or leave message. processor
women's bike, 3360834. 11-15-5-6, ,
yd dogs ok. Avail.Jan. Call Charlotte 11-14-3-5 1980 TOYOTA MUST SELL, RALEIGH 12 SPD. ROAD

3737529. 11-13-3-5 CRESSIDAruns of BIKE. EXCEL COND. OBO. Mike
Top the line Onkyo receiver, TEAC $225
Oakbrook Walk-F/NS needed to share well/best offer tape deck and Infinity speakers. $1000 3754003. 11-19-5-6'
M rmmt prefer grad students 1 block room. w/d; furnished clean, close to UF Call 3784545. 11.13.5.6 obo. Chris 392-8077 8-5 11-18-5-6
stadium. Own rm, share kitchen & Call 336-7796 Iv. message. $215 + 1/4 pm. box
Bumper : ((2)) 15 spkrs, 4 tweets,
bathe $185-1195 Incl utll, private en util./mo. 11-16-4-5 Furniture for sale. Two sofas 2 rocking PLANE TICKET. G'ville to Conn. One Sherwood 240w amp mounted onto unit.

trance. 378-8122378-6652. 11-30-14-5 chairs, 1 matching chair, 2 end tables, 4 way: can be used until May. $95 Call Strong sound; easy to transfer. $400 Call
Private Room 1 Bk Lock Mail
to UF box
lamps. Beat offer Call John 3351283. Vicki at 375-4261 or 377-9333, leave 3722913. 11195.6
N/S to share spacious 3br house near cox cable, utilities Incl. Share 11135.6 11-13-2-6
msg.
Oaks Mall. Own rm/ba $200/mo + 1/2/ util. kitchen/bath. $150mo 376-3291 or 491-

Call Jin Xiong at 392-2676 or 336-4571. 2083 Beeper. 11-28-10-5

11-155-!,
"BRANDYWINE"F

1 pars to lease own rm, pool wash/dry n/s to share room by pablo

cable a/c. $188 + 1/4 uhf, WALK TO $140/mo + 1/3 utilities The bird with an ''attitude
CAMPUS call BERGER 372-1250 GGT. Call 376-2320 leave message.
11-15-5-S 11195.5


Female ns, student, needed for Spring 6 FOR SALE |WIPE HOW AW
semester. 2 bedroom 1 1/2/ bath. $160
month. 332-9616. 11-16-5-5 YOUR
TYPESETTERVarityper 5410. 2 Disk NOZETRllZ

Fem Rmmt needed starting Jan. Own drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters.

Bdrm in spacious 2 BR in Stoneridge. No Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 ?

pets. Call Amy 338.1390. 11-16-5-5 yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs.
Good machine for small type shop. System

F/ns needed Spr For 2bd/t be apt. Fully Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC Mm ft 6 font

Furnished except for own room. 179 a disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at

mo. Close to campus call today 377- 373-9926 for more Info. rut:

9306 Iv. mess. 1115.45'
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more

Liberal F/M/ (for own room In apt 2 blks to brands are all at our New Location! Car

UF. $170+sd. Should like cats smokers. Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372.

375.1274 after 6pm. 11-16-3-5 2070. 12-14-76-6
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, Honeywell laptop computer 286 40 meg PROBLEMAS CON SU CARRO? *** Storage Problems ***
v harddrlve wmodem, 3 1/21n drive, bat AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW See Jorge or Jesus at PERFECTIONAUTO Mini storage at I 1.75 a NW 39th Ave Let us help you unclutterl
, tery charger, case. $2400 Call 373-8981 RATES, low payments, last drive- REPAIR. 4404 NW 13th St. Bays near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Price start at $17.
11-1956 thru service, se habla Espanol 377.2277 11,12.13.373.3859. 11.13-5-9 $20 10% disc to students 332.8917. Gainesville Mini Storage
377CARS. WE CARE. 11-16109 4430 SW 3451 St. 3356793.
XMAS GIFTS.Organ Yamaha Electone, 79 CJ7-runs great lots of new, tires, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 11-13.311"MARIJAN
1982 CAMARO, New paint, runs good, Get confidential testing and treatment at
: exc condition $1000. Dorm & shipping brakes, shocks, carb Asking $3000 obo.
trunk $75. Bea.372-1981 leave meisaget clean Inside. *** A Must See *** 332.8489 after 3pm. 11-1359 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. OF HOLLAND"
$2900 OBO. Call 335.2202 leave message
111426PLANE Custom made clothes & alterations, no
11-1349, 1978 VW Scirrocco. $350 obo. Call 375- GATOR MOVING ** pattern needed, 20 yra exP. Fast ser-
,I TICKET.Gainesville to Chicago, 2461 11.14.4-9 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1. vice call 3328315. 12-14.23-1'
leave Nov.16, return Nov.25 $200. Call Nissan 300ZX1986 5-speed, am/lm/tape/ / Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves, Long dis
336.4893 leave message 11-1646 air, T.top, excellent condition. Best offer Must selll) '80 Pont. Sunbird In good Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374.4791. 12-14.76- TEN PERFECT NAILSI sculptured or nat-
Call 332.8473. 11-19109 shape, no rust Runs great low miles ural lor less than $5 mo. with our sell-
V8. $650 obo. Call Randy @ 335.8403. SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons care system FREE DEMOI! 3719959.
VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding condition leave mes 11-1559 boarding woodier facilities 11.19.5.11
7 REAL ESTATEHome 10,000 mis, completely rebuilt. hay rides parties sales working
'. White Int/exl/ $1790 1-800-226-3025 88 SCHIROCCO 16 valve, black excellent students accepted 466.3224, 375.8080.
for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' condition $6000 obo 373.3301 Iv
TYPING
84 Chevy Cavalier, automatic, 4-door,
Market? Don't t let an opportunity to sell a/c./ '84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon message 11-1659 *SUNBELT MOVING*

your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds am/fm, a/c. auto, 6 cylinder 3355303. 78 Ford Fairmont 4-dr auto ps pb reliable Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies 12 SERVICES
offers you the cheapest way to & economic transportation Runs well and 1. Item House full Local/Lng dist
keep your real estate In the public eye '87 Mazda 626 2door, LX, Sspeed air, body straight $750 neg Call after 6pm Lie/Ins Priced for Studentsl Marty 375- Typing reports business 'legal *
Where else can you keep your property In am/fm tp, pwr sunrool/door/locks 46k MOVE. 12147611AAA I
495.3780. 1120.8.11A resumes cassettes transcribed applications
the market for as little as four dollars a mlg. Excellent condition, must sell 335.
Available
letters notary *etc.
? To make It even easier, you can 5303. 11-20-109
day
steal! 86 Subaru GTXL silver, sporty, STORAGE 24 hours/7/ days/3722777/ 12.14.76MICRO -
place your ad over the phone, all you Close to UF, Convenient
4wd all-the-features-$50001 Adventure!
need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard Call '85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback, 80 Intl Scout convtbl-$15001 Call now 4x4x4 $15/mo CENTERTyping 376.0339. Full
373.FIND today to place your ad. 5 speed, a/c/ am/fm/ tp, sunroof, power 37605491 .13.1.11, 1 4x8x8 $30/mo & self service computing. Open until
door/locks/ Excellent condo 335-5303. 533 SW 2nd Ave 377.1771 10pm Su Th Typing starts @ SO/pg/ *
Duplex for sale, 2 apts, close to campus, 11.20.10.11
Resumes $6 Self service resumes *
Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew
bedrooms/1/ bath. Call 1.800.854. -
2 *FREE* $2.50/hr 15/page Laser typeset
4544 or 371-8141, 11-20-10-7 74 Dat wagon. N..datun.up. $500 ..bo clutchtiresstarter, 84k miles
Pregnancy Test spell check theses papers -
'84 Samurai like new 3600 with G-ville a/c,am/lm/ asking only $1600 or best offer graphics
Gainesville Women special characters employment
call 334.5290. 11-1959
3500, In Miami. 375-
delivery. pick
you up HEALTH CENTER databases mailmerge training. Word-

8 MOTORCYCLES 1477 11-1359 IS IT TRUE..JEEPS FOR $44 THROUGHTHE 720 NW 23rd Avenue P.rleclap.clalill. Visa/MC 12-14.52-12TypingWord

US. GOV'T? CALL FOR FACTSI 377.5055ABORTION
1988 Red Camaro. Exc. condo $9999 Call To 24 Wks Processing Quality dependable
cond S-3115. ( )
86 XL 600 enduro low mileage ex 504-649 5745 EXT. 11.13.1.9300ZX
$1500 John 3781764. 11-1658 765-3327/475-1460. 11-1559 BIRTH CONTROL service Reasonable rates
1985, T-top, auto, air, cassette, Gynecology Services Laser printer. 377.8175 Ill 9.00pm. 12-
63K. mint condition, $7500. Will consider
trade. Call 3771584. 11.19-5.9 COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholar ...RESUMES***
shlpsl College Scholarship Locators pob Complete writing & development services -
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited 1977 Chevy Caprice station wagon. An 1881 Joplin, MO 648021881. 800.879. Resume House 371.8148 12-14-

ugly beast, but It runs Has good tires. 7485 12147511SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS Typmg/Wordprocesslng WordPerfect

by Trade Michel Jaffe $450 as Is Call 375-7071. 11-1539 FOR COLLEGE'Are 5.1.1 quality work, fast results, low rates
dependable, personal service Tara 332-
available I Millions unclaimed -
ACROSS 5 Tackled thequarterback 32 Before pay or 45 Spill the beans 10 WANTEDLocal yearly. 1.800.334.3881.go 1469. 121476-12
1 Hebrides island runner 48 Greek physician

5 Throe 8 Boris Karloff, 33 Collections of of old Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS TypmgALaser Typesetting* *
u 10 Word with blast aka William sayings 47 Actor Jeremyor Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie's Fine resumes S reports a letters S etc
cast Henry 34 Goddess of 48 Choreographer Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76 376.5465* 3500 W. UniV. Ave

14 Play the lead 7 Before plane youth de Mille CIGARETTE SMOKERS or MARIJUANA 1233 NW 10th Ave Alachua Word Processing 12.14.78.12

15 Betel' palm or drome 35 Sale words 49 Muslim Judge SMOKERS with exercise-Induced as- 372-1664 Term Papers Typeset Resumes
18 One of the 8 Command to 37 1954 Oscar 50 Culture medium thima Earn up to $335 by participatingIn MC/VISA/lnsurance/ Business Legal Personal Etc. *
Muses a cat winner 51 Bullet, In Bllboa our research study Interested? For Free Pregnancy Test G'ville Handicapped Typing
17 Fine spray 9Geom. 38 Dolorous 52 Rainbow more information call Mon.Frl Sam- 4pm. Member YOU WRITE IT. WE TYPE IT 378.7179TLC
National Abortion Federation
18 Jeweler's or trig. 39 Initial goddess 3929086 11-167-10
for theses, etc Mac
weight 10 Forty or 43 Check 53 Be concerned I need a tutor once or twice a week lor ** LET'S PARTY 2 & laser,your graphics papers, spell check, edit,
19 Swan genus sixty 44 Colorless 54 Gear containers STA 3024. No exp required Call 335- Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ 373.9619, leave message 1.50 per dbl
20 What goodbreakfasts maybe poison gas 58 Actress Grant 5750. 11-14-3-10 service all musical formats 121442 sppg. 2025-12
do 11 Pooped
23 Mince pieIngredient 12 She was ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: WANTED Renault Encore 2-door 1984 NAILS BY VONDELL Typing & Typesetting Theses,
3131 NW 13 St
"all A nnnnn nrannnnn thru 1986 for half hour engineering Inspection 3771763Full Diss, & Manuscripts ONLY
$18 Fills Hot oil
sets $13
24 Kelly or TIerney tears" A Will pay. Call 375-8710. ,.,,11. Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only. K.B.Experienced Williams.-see Grad 332-1402 Sch list 1214-
5.10
25 Spent foolishly 13 Click beetles A
28 Smears 21 Snooker stick Free dental exam. Graduating d.ntaillu.
nnnn nnnnnnnnnn Looking for a clean place, reasonable Classifieds.
dent needs board patients for December .
31 Italian wine 22 A feather for
city of
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cleaning or filling you qualify Call
32 Idaho's ? Continued on next page.
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33 Exclamation of 25 Dirt dauber nnnn nnnn ..
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TYPING SERVICESTyping HELP WANTEDThis PERSONALS PERSONALS PERSONALS

& Wordproc.lllngL.gal, the is a notice of sale of public outcry of Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator/ Greatprices STUDENTS GET CASH *AGETAGRIPA 1.' *
(.s, teem papers, tie Provisional quality lost or abandoned property recovered on .reg or rx sunglasses The Optical For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's Call, ACTS376.7105The
& reliable service, Call Nancy, campus The auction will be held at the Laboratory 3765563. 618 SW 4 Ave I 372.1226,211 W. Univ Ave-next Central Spirit-filled f
3722750 11.19.10.12 University Police Station on November block from Ala Gen 12.14-76-15' City. 1214-78-15 Campus Ministry
14,1990 at 9.00 a.m'. Included for auction 12-14-76-15
TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA, FAST, will be a 1981 Puch Moped, VIN Dear customers: thanks for your supportof SAVE ON RAYBANS
ACCURATE CALL 9540133; .988 Mercury, VIN EZ Tennis Our steadfast promise Is to University Opticians SKYDIVE ,y
376-4854. IMMEBP95F1E2603448.; kawasaki, Mcy, continue to provide quality products at 300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480 Skydive with i The Wilhston i Skydivers f
VIN F769139: 1982 JAWA Moped VIN great prices with last friendly service 336-7970 12.14.73.15ALLEY
Thesis, term papers, report Legal and TCJ210217GK147850; 1976 Pontiac, Here to you, Gainesville 1 '.30-12.5' FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC t
medical, termmolgy, WP 5.0 & later VIN IH2K57N6A102023; 1979 Pontiac, Serving UF since 1977 KATZ Is a bowling center We t
printer Call 378.2034 or 376.8521 I 11 1. VIN *2N69Y9P25912.; 1982 Buick, VIN Natural Foods and Vitamins Most insurance accepted have it all! Pool, video games, and beer '
1G4AB69X6CW464554; 1987 Tomas Birkenstock Sandals 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. Open until 'lam Mon.-Thurs. 12-13-43 ,

13 HELP WANTEDAVON Moped, VIN VY2A12112JK648966, Sunflower Health Foods Dr. Steven Schargel 15
1986 JAWA Moped, VIN 87 SW 34th St 372-7482 373-7070 1.

3758967 ,TLJ21011XGK129164; 1978 Chrysler' 12-14-76-15 40% off all warmup suilts, men ft women
Need shoes & U want to save? WhoU
VIN fCL43J8C132934. 1970 VW VIN great
; Check early for best selection! Quality
Sell Avon Full or Part time. We Train. 1102463204, : 1985 Yamaha, VIN B 4 U buy shoes, rackets, sportswear, gonna call? EZ Tennisl, Sale or no sale, products, prices, service.EZ Tennis 34 St f
Benefits Insurance. 12.14.76.13Jobs ,JYA14T001FA664347, In addition to the strings, or accessories, check out we don't match prices, we beat them! PI. 11301215OAKS
above vehicles, there will be several G'ville's tennis authority.EZ Tennis 34 St 11-30-12-15 i
in USA and overseas All occupa Plaza. 11-30-12-15
other vehicles which be
lions Don't limit yourself those few will auctioned for
parts only, books, clothing, glasses, etc fI
companies that recruit on campus Jump PREGNANT? Don't guess Get immediate
Property that has been held for 30
days
start your job hunt Contact College recruiters test results from a reliable source .
today Write to CAS.. 652 W. and not been claimed by rightful owners PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881
by 9.00 Im. on November 14, 1990 will
Palm Ave Placenpia, Ca. 92670. 11-21 IWI LITE SHOW
be sold this ALL MALL 10 sue
at public outcry. PRO
EZ Tennis offers 25% off sportswear, $3'22 iiwi430iepfflLimited
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par CEEDS GO TO THE GATOR LOAN 40% off warmups & 50% oil aerobic wear OAKS MAll( hm NI!WRI!RR0 ROAD 10 Ssahng

ticipate in new drug study for the treat FUND 1114714ESHUGU t DAILY plus a whole lot morel Check us OAKS 6 EAST OAKS 4 WEST
ment of jock itch (fungus of ), call
331.5379 12.12.63.13NANNIES groin IMPORTS has new stock: wool outll 11-30-12-15 331-8818 'INSIDIOUS MAII 331-8118 A DJ Cf.NUOM ll |
gloves mittens, sweaters, socks, beads, IN OAKS PalA
iron medicine balls and more 919 W Univ NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
... REVERSAL OF FORTUNE (R)
NEEDED
Top Pay Top ,
Ave 11-155-14 Get special student discounts on exams
((4 45 US 0 (3 00)), 7.30. 55SiaUNC
Families
NY
and Vicinity, Au Pairs and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. FANTASIA (C)
RIVALRY K
Only Inc 1-800-468-8699 12.14.54.13 DO HOOD. 377-0881. 12147615Free ((5.10 US 0 S3 00)) 7 45( 1)45 1 130, ((4 45 TLS @ $3.00)), 7,15, 8 45
YOU FEEL SAFE? QMCIEY DOWN UNDER(K.11) THE KRAYS (I)
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par Maybe you need a BodyGuardl BodyG- labor with string purchase at EZ ((500 TLS 0 63 00)), 740. 'to 00 2 00, ((515 TLS 013 00)), 7:45: '0,10
ticipate in new drug study for the treatment uard is a unique new self defense spray Tennis; 30% off tee shirts; 25% oft HENRY AND|JUNE (MCI 7) WHITE PALACE an
of athletes loot Call 3315379. that's guaranteed to stop attackers deadin shorts, shirts, skirts.365 days a yearll 34 ((4.30 TLS 0 S3 00)), 7 IS, t SOwon 215' ((5 30 TLS 0 53 00)), 100.10
their tracks. Proven far to St Plaza 113012-15' ((PC-ID
Ann U of F students for into in sitting for superior ((520TIS0I300)). 7 SO, '1010' USTEN UP ("-15)
the Dec.-90 FL dental board exam at U of Mace and tear gas BodyGuard will even GRAVEYARD: SHIFT' (R) 145, ((5 00 TLS & $3.00)), 7,30,10 00
control drunks
drug abusers and psychotics Permanent Hair Removal
'
(IS301L3063001,900,1015Balfour)
f Dental School .
call
336.6753 Iv,
message without causing permanent damage Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
11.19.15.13INTELLIGENCE
or death Used by law enforcement into about the PERMANENT removal of
agencies worldwide, BodyGuard Is now unwanted facial & body hair, 374.4307.fErnGW.SES TIME SHOWN FOR MONRAY'tMRU THURSDAY
JOBS. available to the public In handy .Soz canisters

CIA US Customs DEA ((35 blasts). To order your own personal
BodyGuard, send $10,00 plus CINEMA R' DRAFTHOUSEMY
etc. $2,00 s/h each LaPomte's Place

Now Hiring Call ((1)) 805 687.6000 Ext P.0.Box 1141, I Westbrook. Maine 04092. BLUE HEAVEN
K.9486 For FREE information, send a SASE to
same address Since we cannot keep (PG-13))
Paying $150 to qualified volunteers to track of all local laws, it is the purchasers
participate In 6 visit study testing safety responsibility to check local laws before 7:30: 9:45:
& effectiveness of Trentmom (Retm & ordering. Purchasers must be over 18. College Rings

generic\: ) in treatment of acne Call 331- Admission $2.50
5379 12.14.29.13 15 PERSONALSDoing $2.00 Me,inse & Tuesday

ALL AG" WIILCOM ,, GREAT NEW '
MON WED LOOKS!
Special*
HIRING SALES REPSto things halfway Isn't part of our

work part-time, flexible hours Great style. When it comes to quality, the word
pay: earn an average $20.SO/day, If compromise" Isn't part of our vocabulary Lasagna 4!
you're outgoing, call Mr.Jones 373.3281. That the way we work! at EZ Tennis 3766843In
!,34 St Plaza 3722257. 11-30-12-15 suillpf Plaza all up to $100 OFF!

Flying to Boston Xmas break? Looking
for person to escort 5 year old girl. Call

377.9591 11-21-1013 r ..-'"

Recent graduate or graduating soon?
y We need an energetic, self starter to handle I : Lenses :

sales for our Gainesville office Pub I & Frames $49 :
lic, relations skills a must Business// I
1 from 1i
marketing major or experience preferred.
\ Hours could be flexible Salary + bonuses :i Most pairs in One Hour :

Send resume to: Sales, P 0, Box i offer Expire November 30.1990.
, 1702.351 Gainesville, FL 32602-1702. :-=EYEGLASS Nxlxrr;square HulltrpUu; :
: EXPRESS, '-:vs" ") rayFREE .)1 1
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Retail sales M F 2pm-6pm and Sat
10am.2pm. Approx 20 hrs per week : ONE Non SAYIC[ 332.3937 I 13.15.1232 I i

Apply in person Mini Concepts 1221 NW .....I../..........._..........I
76 Blvd. 331-0501 MAC exp helpful 1 11.

BE ON TV Many needed for commercials GLASSES!;

info, .Call Now((615)779-7111 hiring) all ages.ext For T235.casting 11. : Buy one pair at Reg. Price, :

: get the second pair or a pair :
Dust and vacuum, 3 hrs per week, of contact lenses for FREE.
: :
$4/hour. Call 372.2284. 11131.13 .
: (some restrictions apply) : ---

ATTENTION all campus organizations! = Offer Expires N v..m.r 30 '1990 j
Need $$$? Participate in a simple 1 week =5 EYEGLASS NWDWrr. square iuti"PI.'I
(- .": "'-' p.rrAra-
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on campus marketing project Call Jill at : EXPRESS=... u x kui) M WIWM) :

336.8372. 11-131-13 : ONE,? HOUR, SERVICE! 332.3937 |II| 335-1232 I :
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$ EARN DOLLARS $ 1..1. \\i:

Aggressive individuals : ,,.
Work part time-full time pay $20.00 OFFAny
Call Mr. Brown 373-3281. t,

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14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS :. of Eyeglasses New this season elegant fashion, signet or Legacy

: =EYEGLASS Offhewbr; :"* Nowtntwr 30, 1990 styling that lets you mix & match curriculum sides!
terminals & pc'S, buy, sell, aqur. filer
trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY EXPRESS5=. (os Its.N..a.q x MO) IN--w w -) They're new and on sale at $100 off 18K, $60 off 14K or

4.76.14, CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 12- :. 1JS52Contact! r-332.3937; ;;' 11151232 I $40 off 10K gold for a limited time.

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HIRING $700 to $1500 weekly, Amazing
Recorded Message Reveals Unknown : Lens : FLORIDA BOOK STORE

Details ((804)375) -8238. ,1-1 3-5-14 : Exam & Soft $99 :

: Contact Lens 1614 W.
Ave.
University
Free Details on *A No-nonsense way to ICMA .
$500 A Day!"...send a self-addressed I Gainesville, Florida 32604 !; iIl
stamped Inv.lopl..Anthony Fitzgerald : Daily Wear : Nov. 13 16 .II l-.J
P.O. Box 12984 Gainesville, FL 32604.
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PERSONALSNeed PERSONALS CONNECTIONSCute 20LOST & FOUNDLOST

Beer, bowling, billiards at Alley Katz. CASH for college? Low Interest GUNSIQUNSIQUNS! Intellectual chick seeks lonely professor .
Open until lam Mon.-Thurs. DO SOME. loans available regardless of family In. 1800 Gun Inventory for dsting. Please write POB : pair of SWANK pers glasses at
THING DIFFERENTI! ''-'4-24-15 come. Call 613-989-1390 11-26-10-15' Over 500 handguns In stock 12948 G'vllle. FL 32604. '-'4-4-18 MFP on 10/31./ Call 338-2072 REWARD.
Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair 1116820LOST''
Ski Wear Salel Bib $29.99, jacket. Tutor needed for PCB 3063 ,-2 hours Reloading Supplies 466-3340 EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease'
$79 99, Polypro long underwear $8.99. per week 375.2528. 11-13-2-15 Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer treatment. 28 years exp. Dr J. Beckum, : Man's wedding band. 2nd floor
While supplies last. Braslngton's Trail 8 ml, South olG'ville on 441 optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 3761288. Bartram. REWARD. Bob 3325309. 11-
Shop. 2331 NW 13 St. 11-30-19-15' ANNIVERSARY SALEI Thanks to you Alao-lndoor pistol range 11-30-14-16 155.20
G'vllle, we're 3 yrs old-but we're not just Handicap facilities
Attention students: free money. US getting older, we're better! Come & see Tuesday 11/6 Man in red car, NC tags LOST: female cat, brown/orange tortoiseshell '
grants for scholarships, fellowships, internships for yourself. EZ Tennis ,11-30-12-15 Jewish SurvivalFor Please contact me. PO Box 15122, calico. Lost in SW area since 11/1
residency, and research an inspirational! message Gville, FL 32604. 11-15-5-16 Call 3352455. '11-26-10-20
grants. Billions of $'1 now available Call DIAL 378.3359
24 hr grant hotline 1-404-680-5426 ext. SHOE SALEon LOST: Man's Gold Cross @ UF/UA game
'1003. ,.,3.5.,5 RUSSELL SWEATSFor Sentimental Value. PLEASE CALL 335-
over''150 athletic shoe models featurIng 17 NOTICES 6923. ,11-15-5-20,
Y wait for a sale when EZ Tennis has Nike, Reebok, Avis, & more Super the largest selection and best prices
great shoes for $30 DAILY? U can pay closeout prices. Lloyd Clarke Sports on your sweats, check out Lloyd Clarke Meeting scheduled? Luncheon ? FOUND: set of keys across the street
more, but why? EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza. 1504 NW 13 3727836.. 11-16-4-15 Sports. We have 28 colors & many stylesto Let everyone know what's happening planned by from the Beta Theta Pi house. 3 keys on
choose from. We will match any local a leather strap Call 335.6605 ,11-14-3-
'-302.5Thi. placing a classified adl
DREAMS: Free Eckankar video/discus- prices because we appreciate your bUlln. 20
lion; how to work with your dreams for .... 1504 NW 13 St. 11-16-4-15
Is life, who am I? Just need
my FOUND F &
spiritual Insights. Wed., 11/14, : cat, grey black tigerstripedw
someone to listen and care? We are here 7:30pm: Burger King Meeting Room, HI Babeeelll Just want to tell you'Youare 18 RIDES white chest & yellow eyes, flea collar
for you. Your Christian Counselors-377- 1542 W. Univ. Av*. For Info: 3783504. my sunshine, my only sunshine"! & green collar wbells.. Possibly preg-
9383. ,11-13-5-15 Only 2 weeks left-yeehall I love you, If your Rickshaw Is getting a little creaky, nant, found In the Pines. Will take to,
!! Ohl Don't animal shelter if ,
honey ( forget-you're worthy unclaimed. 373-3371
find a ride here In the Rides section!
of me and I'm worthy of youlll) "11-13-1- 11-14-3-20'
WHERE WE GIVE YOU THE
$45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp./ $30 one
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES AND way. FOUND: Videotape in stadium on 11-7'
16 CONNECTIONSGAY 6 yrs of weekly Frl/Sun. bus trips Pets
FIN QUALITY TOYOTA SERVICE. Call to ID: 3925006. 1.1 5-3-20
ok, pkg. transported GMG trans 336-
WHO COULD ASK FOR MORE"'?
........ ? BI? QUESTIONING? 7026/305-266-3788/ ,1272018I FOUND: pair of sunglasses WilliamsonHall
GAY Switchboard 332.0700 24 hrs on 11/6/ Call to 'idem 372-4255. 11-
I am looking for ride to UNC, Hill
Info/Referral/Consultation ., a Chapel
.._... 12-14-76-16 15-3.20
for any weekend. Please call Karen at

.. !i .1 DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT! Beer, 334-8683 11-14-2-18 LOST keys by Turlington. Chain has
bowling, billiards at Alley Katz. Open until white lace bird (clear plastic) Call 378-
'lam Mon.-Thurs. 11-14-24-16 19 PETS 5180. 11-16-4-20

,011 change
Ever wanted to ski Colorado? Join GORP FOUND: Set of keys on cement table behind
.' '" $11.95 & ski Breckenridge lor'1 wk Only Werewolf for sale? Polar Bear? Dust- Turlington on '11-8 Call to ID: 37V
376-6752 $6SO/itud $725/non. Come to 330 Reitz Bunny? well, probably not but you 4089. 11.15.320FOUND
Your Toyota Specialist 3411 IN. Main Terr. Union or call 392-1655 for more informa can find good homes for your other furry : and while kitten about 4mo.
tion. Deadline is Nov 15. '-'3-5.18 friends in the Pets classified section. gray
old. Found on 11/5 at Park 16 Apts. Call
375.3579. '11-13-3-20

DEZ
FOUND: pair of sunglasses In L011 GPAon
10/25./ Call to 'idem 373-2321 11-13-

UNHONOR COURT 3-20

LOST: small UF notebook 6x9 w/ ANT.
D is accepting applications for: COP, CCJ notes, name ""Tierney on
front. BIG REWARD. Call Rick 3730499.
11-13-3-20,
PROCTORSApply
I_,_ 1eeMt I
LOST Brownleather wallet near
Broward tennis courts. If found pleasecall
Kelly 336-7402 REWARDIII!! 11-15-
: 364 J. Wayne Reitz Union
Finders Keepers?
Deadline: Wednesday, November 14th If you find something, you can place a
FREE ad In our Lost & Found section. Be
kind tr meone who's lost what you've

found ., .;,373FIND.



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GAMEfrom ter. Wide receiver Andre Hastings Mills. After the half, UF broke it wide Then, after UF held Georgia to
page 20 caught a 23-yard touchdown pass But for the rest of the half, UF open by throwing the ball all over five yards on its next possession,
from Talley to make it 14-7. seemed to lose its momentum. the field. Matthews began the fes- punter Scot Armstrong hit an official
Greg Talley and ran 36 yards for On the next drive, UF made it to Even though the Gators kept Georgia tivities with a never-seen-before on a line-drive punt. The ball
another touchdown to make it 14-0. Georgia's 6-yard line but could not in its own territory, they failedto play.Matthews was picked up by UF's Michael
get past the Bulldogs defense. score despite being within the pitched the ball to Kerr and returned five yards.
"First of all, we got off the
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Kicker Arden Czyzyewski was Bulldogs' 20-yard line three times. Rhett, who handed it back to him. UF used the good field positionto
foot by letting UF out
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wrong so fast," said Georgia coach Ray good for a 23-yard field goal. "If their team was equal to ours, Matthews then sailed a 51-yard put more points on the board.
Goff. "They got the early lead and UF cornerback Richard Fain im- that would have caused concern," pass to Terence Barber who ran it Matthews drove the ball down the
were in a position to tee off on us." mediately intercepted a Talley Spurrier said. "But the way our in for the touchdown to make it field with a series of passes, then
pass, setting up Matthews' first team plays defense, we just had to 317.A. lofted the ball to Mills for a 16-yard
But Georgia tried to start a come- touchdown pass of the game, a make sure nothing crazy hap- gleeful Barber did a front flip touchdown pass that put the Ga-
back near the end of the first quar- six-yard lob to wide receiver Ernie pened." in the end zone after the score. tors up 38-7.

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UF sixth in





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NCAA, the SEC and the UPI, UF still has the AP
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Top 25.And .

the Associated Press Top 25 has UF ((8-1))
at No. 6, the first time the Gators have been this
high since January 1986, when UF finished the
1985 season the fifth-ranked team in the country. ;. s
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38-7 victory over Georgia Saturday, coupled with 1-; '.._ WI\oo .......
losses by Washington (No. 2)), Houston (No. 3)), NATAlEE WAJERS-ALUGAIOR
Iowa (No. 6)) and Tennessee (No. 9)), led to the Stiff-armedl!

Gators'jump from the No. 10 spot of a week ago. UF tailback Willie McClendon tries to avoid Georgia linebacker DeWayne Simmons.

Notre Dame stands atop the poll, followed by I __j
Colorado, Miami, Georgia Tech and BYU.

UF coach Steve Spurrier, in his weekly confer-

ence call, hoped Sunday before the poll was re- UF men's cross country team takes
leased that his squad would move into the top five.

"I think, maybe,we deserve to be in the top five,
but I haven't sat around and thought that,"Spurriersaid.
first in NCAA regional meetBy

"I don't really think that's for me to de- ""

cide..We've improved as the season has progressed CHERYL BOSSEN the final All-Region spot with a 15th-place Holly Lloyd beat Kay Louthian, 64,64,
we're healthy and I think, right now, we Alligator Writer finish in the team scoring ((31:06): ). JuniorEd to advance to the finals where she will play
can play with anybody in the country." Raguso placed 68th ((32:19): ), Pat McD- Alexander. *

Florida State, which the Gators play Dec. 1, is The UF men's cross country team sur- onough placed 86th ((32:33): ) and Scott The finals will be played at a later,
ranked ninth in the latest poll. prised the field Saturday by claiming the Freedman placed 143rd ((33:42): ). .unannounced date.
team title at the NCAA Region III Cham- "I never dreamed that we would have
UF SEC champs? Those who reach the semifinals
pionships held at Furman University.This four athletes finish in the top 16," said UF players
UF clinch at least share of the Southeastern for the Rolex Tour-
can a automatically qualify
win marks the first regional team coach John Webb,who was named NCAA
Conference title this Saturday with a win over nament Feb. 6-10 in
Minneapolis.
title ever won by a UF cross country team. Region III Coach of the Year Saturday."We .
Kentucky. But don't let Spurrier hear the 'c' word. UF men's tennis David Blair and
The victory places the Gators among the ran a very good team race. players
"You can't say championship, because we're 32-team field at the NCAA ChampionshipsNov. Clemson claimed the team title in the Bruce Haddad made some of the improve-
ineligible," Spurrier said. 19 in Knoxville, women's competitionwith ments that coach Ian Duvenhage had tar-
UF is tied with Mississippi for first, but the Tenn. '. 77 points. Georgiawas geted in the Rolex Region III Southern
Rebels have to beat Tennessee in Memphis Satur- The UF women'scross '.I. SEC StandingsSEC. second with 86 Qualifying Tournament in Knoxville,

day to tie the Gators. country team also Omni points, followed by Tenn.

Fast start for PaulkIt will be represented at UF Iottippl .t U ,{I-t-1.;, North Carolina State Blair played his best match of the fall

didn't take UF linebacker Tun Paulk long to the NCAA Champion- Auburn ', ,3-1-1' ..2.1 (94)), Tennessee ((101)) season, assistant coach Bruce Berque said
put his stamp on Saturday's victory over Georgia.On ships as sophomore TWINMMW IH 14-2'," :WJAtabUM A-4 and Auburn ((126)) of Blair's second-round victory over Jack
the Bulldogs' second play from scrimmage, Coralena Velsen auto- (mucky( : i S-2 4-5 rounding out the top Frierson of Georgia, 2-6,6-1,6-3. But Blair
matically qualified for LSU .. 2.4 ,. 44.. five. UF finished eighth lost, 6-3, 6-3, in the third round to/Axel
Paulk stamped fullback Alphonso Ellis on the Q Qnjli 94' ** 45Vm .
of the Region'sthree ." -t ."" > with a total score of Schulze of the University of Alabama-Bir-
head, jolting the ball loose, to set UFs first one baMha. rt I' "M .. .,.1-7 ;
up '
individual spots .Slate .. 0-1 ., 441UFttKtntuoky mingham, 6-3, 6-3.
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Georgia's next play from scrimmage, ,
showing Saturday.The s.n 's KbaduIE' ;:' first to qualify for the posed, advanced to the fourth round be-
from behind fora
stamped quarterback Greg Talley Gators enteredthe ; : NCAA Championship'competition
fore losing to Fabio Silberberg of
Cindnn"N', .
six-yard sack. NCAA Region III '. Q Mabsms* Ol*:AUbuni, : .' ::: Two plays later, Paulk stamped his feet in the meet ranked 19th na- LSUatMtaSUM> KS; i -l: ,' A when UF's Shelly
end zone after returning a Talley pass 36 yards for tionally the lowest Ole Min ai lT.nnMiH, '. ' UFs second touchdown. .' Army,lu Vand.AM" :..'.:. 'iV v vsixth "i. UF volleyball team traveled to Ten-
among the four nation- *.....I'! <4 W the NCAA Championships -
"What can you say?" UF defensive end Huey ally ranked Region III Velsen: took nessee and Kentucky Southeastern this weekend Conference for two
important
Richardson said. Tim's an impact player." squads. !! at Saturdays meet with a time 01 matches.On .

Matthews climbing the charts UF took the team title Saturday with 106 17:25.: ;;
quarterback Shane Matthews'344-yard pass- points, edging No.4 and 1990 Southeastern "Coralena had the race of her life," said Thursday the Gators lost a tough
match to Tennessee. After winning the
ing performance Saturday against Georgia gives Conference champion Tennessee by UF coach Monica O'Reilly.
first 15-6, the Gators folded in the
him 2,298 for the year, fourth on UFs singleseason five points. Kentucky, ranked No. 12 com- UF tennis next game three 13-15,6-15 and 7-15.
passing chart ing into Saturday's meet, took third with The UF women's tennis team, includingthe games
In climbing from eighth to fourth, Matthews 113 points while No. 8 Wake Forest took champion doubles team of Nicole UF met a similar fate Saturday, losing I
passed Spurrier'a Heisman Trophy-winning 1966season's fourth place with 130 points. The top four Arendt and Jillian Alexander, dominatedthe to Kentucky in three games 15-8, 15-8,
teams from the Region III meet qualify for Rolex Regional Qualifier this weekendin 18-16. UF has a 13-15 overall record this
output of 2,012 yards. I
the NCAA Championships.The Tallahassee. season and has dropped to 44 in the SEC. ,
UF tight ends coach John Reaves holds the first
((2,896)) and third! ((2,549)) highest marks UF grad- top 15 runners in the team scoring Arendt, ranked No. 3 nationally, and UF men's golf
uate assistant Kerwin Bell is second ((2,687)). earn All-Region honors, and four of UFs Alexander, defeated sisters Shawn and Pat Bates led the UF men's golf team to I
Matthews' touchdown tie him with runners earned that distinction. UF soph- Shannon McCarthy of Georgia, 6-3,1-6.6- a 10th place finish in the Southern Inter'
17
passes Sat- 1 in the finals.Alexander collegiates at Athens, Ga.
Reaves for third. Reaves also has the top mark, 24. omore Mike Mykytok led the Gators ,
Bell is second with 21. urday, covering the 10,000-meter coursein also reached the finals of the Bates led the Gators with his 15th place
30 minutes,31 seconds to finish seventh singles competition, in which all semifinalists finish of 222 strokes in the three-round
With a strong finish, Matthews possibly, could overall. Mykytok has led the Gators in were from UF. tournament. The Gators finished one

break every single-season passing mark."He's ; every race so far except one. Alexander defeated Erika Kuttler, 7-5, stroke behind Tulsa with a total of 905.

"For, throwing bullets out there:Spurrier in said.at Seniors Dan Middleman and Mike Le- 7-6,8-6, Monday in the semifinals, which Alligator Writers Debra Sari Linn, Hugh

th? beginning a guy who he had the have weakest the arm strongest camp arm Valle placed ninth ((30:38): ) and 10th ((30:45)M : ) were played in Gainesville after rain delaysin Hencken and Jeff Moriarty contributed to"

may overall. Freshman Chris. ..Wilson claimed Tallahassee. this report .. I
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Gators improve to 81By

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SHARON GINN done better within Georgia's 20-yard line.
Alligator Staff Writer "We did leave some points out there, but
fortunately we had plenty," Spurrier said.
JACKSONVILLE last, the Gators can "And the way our guys play defense it givesus
say things are different. a chance to play against anyone."
November usually the nastiest of times, The UF defense, ranked second in the
has been anything but that for UF in 1990. nation, held the Bulldogs to 209 yards. The
'irst the Gators took apart Auburn 48-7 in Gators made two interceptions. Tim Paulk
their biggest victory ever over the Tigers. returned one 36 yards for a touchdown. 40e.r
And then Saturday,in front of a Gator Bowl UF is 8-1 and tied for its best start ever
crowd of 81,529, UF lifted a gigantic weightoff after nine games. Even though the probation-
its shoulders by defeating Georgia 38-7. laden Gators are not eligible for a bowl gameor
UF has beaten Auburn and Georgia on the Southeastern Conference title, they
back-to-back weekends only seven times. can finish atop the SEC if they beat Kentuckynext
Though the Gators historically have floun- week.If .
dered in these later games,coach Steve Spur- that happens, Spurrier said he will con-
rier said he thinks the fans now realize this sider 1990 a successful season despite a
is a new era in UF football. devastating 45-3 loss to Tennessee a month
"We'don't' have to convince our fans now
that this is a different set of players, in the ago."We are looking forward to playing Ken-
attitude and in the effort," Spurrier said.It tucky next week," Spurrier said. "It will be a
used to be that when the Gators neededa big game for us, and if we can get that one it
victory over Georgia, it didn't happen. UF's will be an outstanding year." d
last victory over the Bulldogs was in 1986. But some of the players said just beating
But UF, ranked 10th by the Associated both Auburn and Georgia made the season a
Press and favored by l 18-points over the Bull- memorable one. To beat the Bulldogs the
dogs, simply performed too well offensivelyand Gators used much the same strategy as they e r y rb ,>'t far
defensively to lose Spurrier said. did against Auburn-take the lead early and
Quarterback Shane Matthews completed never let up.
$5 of 39 passes for 344 yards and three On UF's first possession, the Gators tookit
touchdowns, the sixth-highest game yardage all the way down to Georgia's 17-yard line.
total in school history. Tight end Kirk Kirk-! But McClendon fumbled for the seventh time
Patrick caught eight of those passes for 112 this season, and the ball was recovered by
yards. Georgia's Chris Wilson.
Kirkpatrick leads the SEC in receiving.In But almost as soon as the Bulldogs got the
all, the Gators racked up 470 yards, ball, fullback Alphonso Ellis fumbled. UF
including 111 yards rushing. Tailback Willie inside linebacker Jerry Odom recovered and
McClendon was responsible for more than three plays later, McClendon ran it in two
half of that total, gaining 58 yards on 16 yards for the touchdown.On .
carries. Georgia's next possession Paulk Inter-
" The Gaturs scored their most points ever cepted a pass from Bulldogs quarterbacksee MICHELLE KATZ
against the Bulldogs. And they would have Game, 18 UPs defense, ranked second in the nation,swarmed on Georgia all afternoon,
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