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84, NUMBER 56 ** WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 14,1990 today. ..16I

Diversity Caucus


a l lr

airs minority.. issuesBy

Alligator Writer "Racism, sexism and homophobia
are all the same disease,"Weston -
Nine hours wasn't enough time said."When we're fighting one,
Tuesday for delegates to debate all we're fighting all of them."
the issues presented at UF's first
Caucus organizers had plannedto
Diversity Caucus. But eight of the
present the passed resolutionsto
35 resolutions passed,and organizers -
the Student Senate, Student
are planninga statewide
caucus Body President Michael Browne,
s/J/ '
next spring. r ,
UF President John Lombardi!, the 4 y ; ,4y
Delegates from 17 campus City of Gainesville, the Alachua
groups participated in the forum, County Commission and the Boardof
including the Student Senate, the Regents, which oversees the
Gainesville NAACP, the Black nine state universities.But .
Greek Council and the Kappa
because time ran out on the
Alpha fraternity.The .
forum, Weston said he wanted to
group's representatives dis- wait until after a second caucus
cussed issues from
before sending any resolutions out-
whether people should eat meat to
side UF.
discrimination against homosexuals. -
"We need to make sure if we
send something out that it's profes-
Marna Weston, StudentGovernment's
Multicultural Af- sional and to the point," he said.

fairs Cabinet Director and caucus But the resolutions already
organizer,said diversity among the passed will be presented to Student

groups made it difficult to pass Government. .yr
resolutions."It "Mike (Browne) will have themon tt
was an uphill struggle," he his desk in the morning,"Wes-
said. "There were a lot of different ton said.

opinions and personalities clash- Student Senate delegate Nelson
ing here." Miranda proposed a statewide cau-

The delegates passed the Gay cus to be held at UF in the spring. NATALEE WATERs-ALLIGATOR

and Lesbian Student Union's reso- The delegates agreed to invite stu- Multicultural Affairs Cabinet director Marna Weston, left, and Nikltah Imanl, commandant of the
lution calling for UF to adopt a dent groups from other state uni- Loyal Fraternal Order of the 99, a national, non-Greek organization that supports the black commu- I
policy against the discrimination of versities to join UF's next diversity nity, participate In the Diversity Caucus at the Reitz Union Tuesday.
people based on their sexual orien- caucus.

Student thwarts Unexpected asbestos removal


mugging attemptBy upsets Dauer Hall professors

.... ....
about the removal.
Alligator WriterA By JON GLASS
Alligator Writer Mario Rivera, project manager for Physical Plant, said
UF student foiled a masked man's attempt to rob her asbestos is being removed in six sites so steam and chill\
Monday night at a North-South Drive parking lot, said police While UF officials insist the asbestos removal currently water control valves can be replaced. Gara said the sites,
spokeswoman Angie Tipton. under way in Dauer Hall is safe, one professor in the located on each floor, are closed off until they pass safety
The masked man approached sophomore Kelly Ann building said administrators have been "very cavalier" inspections.

Rawls, 19, from behind while she was locking her car at about the cancer-causing material. While the project may be simple,Auxter said any dealingswith
about 10 p.m. in the commuter lot across from the parkingand Philosophy Professor Tom Auxter said building occu- a material as dangerous as asbestos warrants early
transportation office, Tipton said. pants should have received more notice about the month- notice. With that warning, occupants can plan their sched-
"He grabbed her, spun her around and asked for her long removal of asbestos that began Oct. 29. ule to avoid inhaling asbestos fibers, he said.
purse," Tipton said. "When she told him she didn't have it, "They (administration) didn't have the minimal decencyto Some of Auxter's colleagues also said more notice should
he struck heron the cheek and knocked her to the ground." ask if we wanted to breathe it," Auxter said. "They are have been given."It .
The man leaned over Rawls as she lay on the ground, and risking people's lives without even asking them." could have been a safe operation,but the public should
she sprayed him in the face with Mace from a canister she I Asbestos is a fire-proof insulator used in many buildings, have been told up front,"said classics department Chairman
had on her key chain, Tipton said. including some on UF's campus. Studies have linked the Lewis Sussman.
The mace hit him in the face and thwarted any attemptto material's microscopic fibers to various forms of cancer. Religion Professor Harold Stahmer agreed.
do her any more harm," she said. "He ran off rubbing his Kevin Gara, UPs asbestos program manager and consultant l- "We're all human beings, and if it's determined we're at
eyes, so she knows she hit him." for the project, said no official notice was needed at risk then I think notices should have been placed on doors,"
Tipton said the man ran away, and Rawls contacted UF Dauer Hall because no people would be in contact with the Stahmer said.Faculty .
police after waiting at a Student Nighttime Auxilary Patrol area. members said the only notice they got was a one-
bus stop. "The asbestos removal is a self-contained project separate page memo posted Oct. 29 listing dates when repairs would
Rawls was treated and released from Shands Hospital for from the building," Gara said. "If I didn't think it was safe, force heat and air conditioning to be shut off.

cuts and bruises on her face, Tipton said. I wouldn't allow it to happen." Auxter, dissatisfied with the memo, posted his own
UF police searched the area with a Gainesville police dog Walking through Dauer Hall on Friday, liberal arts grad- notices throughout the building. The fliers, which say
but nothing was found, Tipton said. uate student Blanchette) Marcia said the project, no matter "ASBESTOS DANGER," show a chart of asbestos medical
Rawls,who could not be reached for comment,told police how minor, should be given more publicity."I hazards. '
her attacker was 6 feet tall, wearing a black ski mask, black have a friend dying from asbestos," she said. Marcia Gara said he has drafted a memo of his own for future
Jacket and dark trousers, Tipton said. said UF should post warnings or run ads in local papers projects.the .
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II I UF to -promote friendly.. rivalry.- Students catchcar

Browne said. "This is trying to keep the dialogue going."
UF Student Services Dean James Scott said the pro-
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gram started seven years ago because of "bad feelings"between
Every UF football season, school spirit peaks as die- former UF coach Charlie Pell and Auburn coach
hard fans renew their devotion to the Gators-and their Pat Dye. MATTHEW SAUER

traditional hatred of rival teams. "There was a lot of ugly rivalry and disruptions at the Alligator WriterA

Competition between the Gators and the Auburn TI- game," Scott said.
of brothers arrived in time
gers, Georgia Bulldogs and Florida State Seminoles has UF band leader Denise Russo said her peers often are group fraternity just Monday
night to UF student from of the men's
stop a stealing ,
one cars
always been fierce,but campus leaders want to make sure rowdier than average students.And when opposing bands
UF police spokeswoman Angie TIpton said Tuesday.Rob .
the rivalries stay somewhat friendly. compete, it adds yet another rivalry to the day, she said.
Litvak 18 and several]
other fraternity members were
When healthy school spirit turns turbulent, the j joy of Because the band is a large, highly visible group, the leaving the Pi Lambda Phi house at about 10:30: when they
the is lost said Student President Michael students often of and
game Body are targets after-game roughness
saw someone driving off in Litvak's car, Tipton said.
Browne. So, he said, some Student Government leaders, jeers when leaving the stadium, Russo said. "
'The car stalled and a black male jumped out and ran, she
members of the Gator Band and officials from the Inter- "
"They try to grab our instruments and stuff, she said.

Residence Hall Association will roadtrip to Tallahassee IRHA President Carina Self said she learns about said.The brothers chased the the lot behind
man through parking
Thursday to discuss better relations between students
different school's traditions when she tours their cam-
- Hume Hall and spotted him hiding at the side of a Little Caesar'sPizza
before the UF-FSU there Dec. 1.
game puses and talks to students. trailer, Tipton said.

UF leaders already have met with students from Auburn Students new to game traditions may look to older "It appears that the suspect got tired and just surrendered,"
and Georgia in similar efforts. students for proper attitudes toward opposing teams, she she said.

Browne said the program, devised by UF Student said. But if good feelings filter down through the program, The fraternity members took the man to the Sigma Alpha

Services after a rowdy Auburn game in 1983,will take the some rowdiness may stop, she said. Epsilon fraternity house, where a UF police officer arrested I
message back to students about being good hosts and "Each school has their own culture and you have to him, Tipton said.

polite visitors. By advertising and sending letters to all really be immersed in that for a period of time to get any UF sophomore Jamie Leggett, 20, was charged with auto
student organizations,Browne said he will be able to relay sense of what that is," Self said. The key to human theft and burglary, she said.

positive energy back to students. relations is getting people to understand people as indi- Leggett was being held at the Alachua County jail Tuesday
"We've had problems in the past with people fighting," viduals instead of as members of a group." night on $500 bail.Gary .

Bikes, dunkto Gordon plans

N ,

be sold migration to west

been performing solo and with
at auctionBy Alligator Writer bands for years at local clubs,
benefits and city festivals. He

4 1 1Ia Former Gainesville mayor also has written and produced

CHRISTINA BREDA Gary Gordon, that Renaissanceman plays at local theaters and per-

Alligator Writer who's graced government formed his comedy act on sev-

offices, local air waves, stages eral local stages, including the
Bicycle enthusiasts, junk collectorsand and pages of Gainesville for 15 Hippodrome and the Thomas

bargain hunters will have a chanceto years, has decided to go west. Center.
choose from vast assortment of lost
Gordon 38 who served the Gordon will his final
on wrap up
and abandoned items when the Reitz
City Commission from 1983- Gainesville club performance
Union Students Activities Office and UF
1986,the last year as mayor-com- Thursday with a solo show at
hold their annual Bike and Junk Auction
missioner, said he plans to move Napolatano's Pizza & Deli, 606
this at 9
morning a.m. to Los Angeles in December to NW 75th St., where he's hosted
More than 200 bikes will be auc- s "basically do the same thing" Folknite every Thursday since

tioned, along with mopeds, cars, jew- he's been doing in Gainesville, January. He'll perform a combi-
elry, books, clothing and other items, and also to seek a career as a nation of acoustic guitar covers
according to Student Activities Program screenwriter."I'd and his own material.
Assistant Pam Lovely. The itemsto
be auctioned were either abandonedor like to be somewhat suc- Gordon said he'll miss Gaines-
lost. cessful," Gordon said. "I've ville, but he hopes to "make
E e avoided day jobs since I've been some more good memories else-
The auction is a joint effort betweenthe out of office, and I'd like to con- where."
Reitz Union, which donates items tinue that"
turned in to the lost and found, and UF see Gordon, page 7
the bikes Gordon and his guitar have
Police, which provides cars
and Lovely said. .
mopeds, 9

Lovely said last year's auction raised .

about $3,000. She said bikes sold for Ktf a 2 Live Crew scheduled
anywhere between 25 cents to $100. D Cq .1

Tipton UF Police said some spokeswoman of the bikes Angie are in to perform Nov. 20 showThe

good condition and some are just parts,
but that people buy all kinds of things. rap group 2 Live Crew, ties should be left"up to indi-
famous for their album "As vidual counties.
"The things people buy amaze me,
she said. Nasty as They Wanna Be,"will Although a Broward
perform in Gainesville Nov.20 County record-store clerk was
Tipton said the cars, mopeds and at Central] City, said promo- convicted last month of sellingthe
bikes usually are abandoned by people tional coordinator Jodi Anderson. album, deemed obscenein

who don't want them anymore and don'thave Tickets are on sale in that county,jury acquittedthe
time to get rid of them. She said Oct.20 of
advance for $9.50 through group obscenity
many are left by graduating seniors who TicketMaster and $11.50 at charges stemming from a

don't have time to sell them. the door the night of the show. Broward County performancethat

"A lot of times if they have an old car, The group has been in the they said had political and

and it's just another piece of baggage, media spotlight since last year artistic value.

they just leave it behind," Tipton said. when several South Florida 2 Live Crew's last Gaines-

Some of the cars are serviceable,and state attorneys sought to ban ville performance April 18 at
some probably will go for parts, Tipton 04 album sales and have, the Central City was delayed until
said. She also said there are some "de- AMY K. WILES album ruled obscene Gov. midnight after an opening act

cent bikes" that probably will sell for Tubular Bob Martinez asked Attorney canceled at the last minute.

$10 to $15.Proceeds. Patrick Reutter, 9, plays on a tunnel slide Saturday at General Bob Butterworth to Anderson said doors for the

from the auction, held at the Alachua County Fair. launch'a statewide investigation Nov., 20 show will, open at 9

the UF.police station on Museum Road, against the"group, .but :p.m..

will go to the Gator Loan Fund, and will Butterworth said,such, activi- -ALLYSON GARDNER
be matched 9-1 by state funds. 1



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PAZ, Bolivia (UPI) Bolivian anti-drug police forces, for the first time said he needed the help of the
and U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency advisers said they Bolivian army in the fight against drug trafficking,
were closing a circle of agents Tuesday in a sweep despite the fact that many public analysts and politi-
operation of one of Bolivia's most active cocaine-pro- cians are against the"militarization" of the drug fight.
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Bolivia, 140 people had been arrested, "overflowingthe the wave of bombings and assassinations in Colombia.Col. .
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curfew and restrictions on motor vehicle and pedes- anti-drug "circle" in Bolivia, also with assistance from 912 W. University Ave Just East Of Campus
trian traffic. the roughly 30 DEA advisers, netted a dozen drug
Morales estimated about 300 people had been ar traffickers and a reportedly significant amount of
rested. Gen. Lucio Anez, commander of the anti-drug money and equipment, Anez said.

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Litchfield Cinema officials recently took a giant step to- outSupport .
ward changing their employee-grievance policy, but they ( i

may have stepped over the line. The changes they pro-

pose are in response to seven months of protests that be-

gan after Litchfield fired an employee who said she was

raped by an assistant manager.

Protesters have made life for Litchfield officials quite

uncomfortable. They've organized weekly protests outsidethe

theater's Butler Plaza location, and they've urged resi- ''t The
dents to boycott the theater.

Protest organizers say that Litchfield's lawyer con-
tacted their lawyer about changing the corporation's pol-

icy of dealing with sexual harassment, discrimination and

grievances. They say Litchfield's lawyer, Bill Andrews,
asked to meet with the protesters to discuss changes, but '/l1It1

implied one catch that the media didn't learn about

the meeting. Andrews has refused to comment. 4t.Wir1lJ1.mA\ r !!> C sl'rcrr! !cfl ,

The Litchfield protesters wrote Andrews a letter declin-

ing his offer unless he can extend less restrictive terms.
& Part II
We agree with them when they write that the terms our guys gals

given put such a meeting "on par with the secret, suspi- -
Earlier this semester I wrote a column that includedan
cious of criminals which find > Mark Raines
dealings we rather insult- open letter to the United States military serving in
ing. the Middle East in an attempt to persuade students to LIFE GOES ON
As members of the media Litchfield supposedly is try- write letters to our troops. I sent many copies of that
article to various Desert Shield addresses, and have
ing so hard to keep information from, we also find it in- received several letters from service people. Two let stations, hated others and learned a lot from them all.
sulting. in Wally considers himself a Floridian, and confessedthat
ters particular were very distinctive.
he has bled Orange and Blue all of his life. The
Our problem with Litchfield from the beginning of this Capt. William S. Williford is the Commander of an sergeant also said, "I celebrate for a week when the
issue has been that theater officials tried to cover it up. Air Defense Battery of 152 soldiers supporting the Gators win and almost commit suicide when we lose."
Melinda Kraft the employee who said she was raped, Third Armored Calvary Regiment from Fort Bliss, Wally's parents live in Orlando. His wife and 8-
Texas.The only thing between Bill's regiment and the
the lose her month-old live in North Carolina where the
wasn't to
only one job. Five other thea- Kuwaiti border are the Multinational Force of Saudi son majority
ter employees also fired. Theater officials said the of my relatives reside. Wally sent me his home
were Arabia and the other Arab forces sent to this area of
time they fired the assistant manager and the employeesto operations.In Marine address,Corps and already friend.I am corresponding with my new

protect them and the company from scandal. his letter, Bill took the time to describe the _
In closing his letter, Capt. Williford asked me to
conditions that he and his troops are experiencing:
Employees reported problems with the his gratitude Tell all the Gators and all the
management to The weather has gotten cooler, so it is not really that express :
people they thought could help, the corporation's offi- bad in the day except between 0900 and 1500. The United States to keep the letters coming and to keep
cials. For that, they were fired.If rest of the day is great! We have cots, tents, showers, the support up! Iraq cannot stand up to the power of
the United States. United we stand, divided we fall!
wooden toilets and wash basins. The only hardship I
Litchfield officials have a better reason to explain see is the separation from family members and the We will all survive with your support.From the soldiersof
their actions, they're not telling anyone. No one at the lo- snakes, scorpions, beetles and the other creatures. of the best Air Defense Battery in the Saudi Arabian
cal theater is allowed to talk to the media, and the corporate the night." desert, thank you and God Bless America."

heads rarely have anything to say other than "no Bill graduated from The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. When I wrote that open letter to the men and women
comment." He has a wife, who is expecting twins in December, serving in the Middle East, I had no real connectionswith
and a three-year-old son named Billy. any them. Now they are no longer merely"men
Litchfield bosses should realize that they only have Capt. Williford's pride for his country and his sol- and women," they have names like Wally, David, Bill
made this situation worse by trying to deal with it in the diers literally leaped off the pages of his letter. Not and Alan.They are brothers, sisters, spouses, fathers,
dark. If they had just admitted their corporation made a once did he complain about his situation, and he mothers and friends. After reading their letters, the
mistake, for whatever reason, and had tried to rectify it, considered the cots, wooden toilets and tents to be high possibility of them participating in combat is even
the public probably would have been much forgiv- luxurious. Bill had this to say about the men in his more distressing.So .
command:"We have the finest trained and the smartest take the time and write to the military personnelin
ing. soldiers that we have ever had in the history of the the Middle East.With the addition of 150,000 more
Instead, they have stayed in the dark on this issue for United States Army! I am very proud every day to be soldiers in the Persian Gulf, this is even more impor-
seven months. And when they do try to make some able to lead such great soldiers!" tant. You will make their day, and believe me, writing
changes, they imply that their efforts to right a Another officer, Sgt. W.M. Wallace, Jr., described them a letter will make your day as well.
wrong receiving my column amongst all the other "Dear Let's hope that Bill Williford will be sharing Christ
should be kept from the public. Serviceperson" mail as a gift from God. It is amazing mas this year with his new twin boys. Address lettersto

Litchfield could do itself, its employees and the publica how much the two of us have in common. His father, : Any Serviceperson; Operation Desert Shield; APO
huge favor if it would just step forward and resolve this like mine,recently retired from the Navy.As a military New York, NY 098480006.
dependent, Wally lived in many of the same states my Mark Raines is a UF third telecommunicationsstudent.
problem. But it's going to have to be done in the open. year
family was stationed. Like myself, he liked some duty .
Fortunately, that's the only thing Litchfield protesters will
accept and the only thing that will shine the company's LETTERS, TO THE EDITOR

tarnished image.alligator.
Monitor lost food was able to spend $178.44 at the len.
convenience stores on
campus. The kicker is that they charge
service cards Even if you do manage to report
$10 for a new 2 inch by 3 inch hunkof
Editor your card as lost or stolen, GDS will
Editor: I would like to address stu- not confiscate it. If someone triesto plastic.
Judy A. Plunkett dents who use the Gator Dining use it, the cashier will just hand There faults in their
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Service (GDS) Club card. I was it back to the person and say, "try system,and are I encourage many you to call
M.D. Cumella unfortunate enough to drop mine "
Jacqueline Reslier again later. 392-2491 and ask for the head of
after 5 p.m. on Oct. 30. Apparently the GDS with com-
amount of money Gary Brien,' any
Letters Policy When I realized I did not haveit they make from food does not seemto plaints might have.
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page). They should be you
typed, double-spaced and signed. They should Include i typed name, address and telephone I called to invalidate my card. be enough to have a computer
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. If you have any questions call Unfortunately GDS is only open system that would let the cashier Sharon Crigger
the editorial page editor at 3764458. from 8 to 5. As a result, someone know whether or not a card is sto- 4HH

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GORDONfrom members of the Ea- Ten years from 1986, were sold before the paper- wanted done."
page 3 gles. now, Gordon said he back went out of print Jean Chalmers, another former
"Gainesville is a hopes to have a few While in office, Gordon said he Gainesville mayorcommissioner
to movie credits took 20 minutes out of each day to who the Commissionwith
"I like the town a lot," Gordon great place get as a was on City
your chops going," screenwriter under complete this novel. Gordon,said he added a dose
said. "But I don't like it as much as
I used to." Gordon said. "Now his belt.He also wantsto Gordon said he's proud of the of levity to their meetings."He .
it's time to apply it. finish a few of the job he did as mayor-commissioner, brought a kooky sense of
Gordon compares himself to the "If this town really novels he has started. in which he concentrated on pro- humor to the commission," said
many former Gainesville residents supported the arts, According to past tecting Gainesville from overdevel- Chalmers,now a realtor with Cald-
who have left town and gone on to then it might be pos- royalty checks,23,000 opment and helped form well Bankers and chairwoman of
achieve bigger and better things, sible for some of the copies of his Western Gainesville's recycling program."I the Gainesville annexation com-
like musicians Tom Petty and Ber- people who left to novel, Crossfire Canyon feel like I did a good job," mission. "When things got tense,
nie Leadon, one of the founding stay." Gordon published in Gordon said, "but I didn't get all I he always had a humorous quip."

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I site may threaten drinking waterBy

Mark BondurantA
Gainesville wood treatment plant
has been illegally using a well on a
contaminated site that a Gainesville
official said could offer a pathway for
toxic chemicals to enter the city's water
Koppers Industries Inc.,at the north-
west corner of Northwest 23rd Avenue
and North Main Street, occupies part
of the 170-acre parcel the Environ-
mental Protection Agency in 1983
placed on its "Superfund" list of the
nation's worst toxic waste sites. KOPPE
Koppers Is using a well that does not
have a consumptive use permit, said
Rick Levin, a hydrologist in the Depart-
ment of Resource Management at the
St. Johns Water Management District.
"They are using the well illegally," fi
Levin said. "We don't know how long
they've been using it, but we're goingto
push this (permit application)."
Koppers Plant Manager Norm
Hawker said St. Johns contacted them
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three or four weeks ago about the '
permit application. He said water I The.Kopper. Chemical Plant! on Northwest 23rd Avenue, is one of the 47 most contaminated hazardous waste sites I In Florida.; i
drawn from the well is being used as leaking, he said,contaminated ground-
boiler water for a steam generator and water could run down inside the wellto
the well was operating before he cameto the Floridan Aquifer, a layer of porous A nation of hazardous waste
the three limestone from which the of
company years ago. city These are the 1160 final and proposed hazardous waste sites for the Environmental ProtectionAgency's
Hawker said his company sent the com- Gainesville draws its water. national priority list. Sites on this list are considered the most dangerous and need
pleted application to St. Johns Oct. 19. Two miles northeast of the Kopperswell Immediate attention.
Also at issue is whether the open well is the GRU well field with eight
threatens the Gainesville water supply. wells descending an average of 510 feet
John Regan, environmental into the Floridan Aqui- 71
engineer for water and waste- fer, said John Nowak,
water systems with Gaines- assistant plant manager
ville Regional Utilities, first for GRU's Murphreewater
discovered the well during an treatment plant.
inspection July 5. He said pos- Nowak was unawareof
sible contamination of the the operating Kop
city's drinking water is his pers well, saying that
main concern. questions of possible
Beazer East Inc., which GRU well field contami-
owns Koppers, and the Cabot t nation are handled by 10
Con, a former Dine tar and 9 GRU's hvdroloev ex- -.. or less
charcoal production facility, Hawkerare pert, Regan. 11t025l.i.i1
being held responsible by "John has done nu- sites
the EPA for the contamination of soil merous tests on the well fields,"Nowak 26 to 75
and groundwater. Among the chemi- said. "One of the main things we em- sites
cals left behind by the industrial proc- phasize out here is not pouring pollutants 76 to 110
essing are arsenic, benzene,chromiumand on the ground. What's put on the a sites
SourceThe Environmental Protection
Agency'An Analysis' osteno/ Superfund Program*
phenols. ground will eventually get into the aqui- .
Ingestion of arsenic causes irritationof fer." I
the stomach and intestines, nausea, Regan said the pressure gradient or
vomiting and diarrhea progressing to theoretical flow of the water in the "We held numerous workshops, ran Florida sixth jn nation in
shock and death. Chronic exposure at aquifer is northeasterly, from the Su- ads in the newspapers, talked to civic
low levels causes skin ailments and perfund site toward GRU's well field, groups we had a whole promotional
degeneration of the liver and kindneys. because of the water being pumped campaign" about it (permitting requirement hazardous waste sitesBy
Benzene, a clear, colorless and from the aquifer by GRU. ), Levin said.
highly .flammable liquid, affects the "It's not definitive that water (from Levin said it was Regan who first Mark BondurantFlorida
central nerv- the Superfundsite contacted St. Johns about Beazer's useof
ous system "This is a old well andit ) is moving an unpermitted well. ranks sixth in the country for the largest
very number of
when ingestedor toward the severe hazardous waste sites, accordingto
inhaled. hasn't been properly well field, but Regan said he also mentioned the an Environmental Protection Agency report.
Symptoms in- that's what Beazer well at the August 14 Superfund 'The EPA, in response to a 1980 federal law, set up
clude restless- evaluated. you'd expect," public hearing when he realized that a system for designating waste sites in need of
n e s s John Regan said."Whether officials with the agencies charged with immediate cleanup. The cleanup of Florida's 47 se-
convulsionsand Regan or overseeing the cleanup were unawareof vere hazardous waste sites, or"Superfund" sites, will
depres- Gainesville Regional Utilities not the well the well's existence. be supervised by both the EPA and Florida's Depart-
sion. Death Environmental Engineer has contami- Both project managers for agencies ment of Environmental Regulation.
may result nated the aqui- involved in the Superfund cleanup, In September 1989, the EPA reported 1,160 haz-
from respiratory failure. Chronic exposure fer, it is not an appropriate practice to Martha Berry of the EPA and Kelsey ardous waste sites,final and proposed, on its National
damages the blood forming sys- have a pumping well in the middle of a Halton of the Florida Department of Priorities List
tems. Superfund site. It's an accident waitingto Environmental Regulation, said they Those sites not included on the list must be cleanedup
Chromium irritates the skin and res- happen, i if contamination hasn't al- did not know the well existed until by the states. Besides the 47 sites in Florida, state
piratory passages and can lead to open ready occurred." Regan told them. officials have identified an additional 821 hazardous

internal sores. Oral ingestion causes Hawker said his company has not Halton said it would be wise to test wastes sites needing attention, according to a Sep-
irritation to the stomach and intestinesand run tests on the well water because the the well for leaks in the casing. She tember 1989 EPA report.
kidney damage. water is not used for drinking. said she hasn't focused on the problemof More than 1,000 Superfund sites exist in the United
"What concerns me is that no one is the well, though, and is unclear States.In .

very aware of the well," Regan said. Levin said the district-wide permitting about who would be responsible for 1980, Congress established a trust fund of$1.6
This is a very old well and it hasn'tbeen rule went into effect Jan. 1, 1983, investigating it. billion to pay for hazardous waste site cleanup costs
properly evaluated. and the water management district did Berry said the EPA hasn't decidedyet that the responsible parties don't pay for. In 1986
Regan said the Koppers well,307 feet all it could to inform people of the new what they will do about the Kopperswell. Congress approved another$2.5 billion each year for
deep with a steel casing extending 143 rule. The new rule included a two-year .She said it is of some concern and the next five years. The EPA, in collaboration with
feet, is old and the casing may be grace period to obtain permits for ex- would like to see some water sample state governments, administers the Superfund pro-'
corroded.; If the casing is corroded and isting wells. results. gram. "





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14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
Payment by VISA or Mastercard Oak Glade Apartments- 1 bdr/1 ba, 1 BLK FROM UFI f n/s/ roommate needed
15 Personals near Shands 1 1/2 months free rent. share room in spacious house 1021 SW
ONLY. Five, dollar minimum.
1.2.3 br, all amenities, near
250mo. Call Rose 3762507. 11-16-5-
5 Ave. $220 mnth incl utilities Call 373-
16 Connections MF830.4pm.ID Shands, VA, Shopping 3009 SW ArcherRD. 4
9758 leave
3770555. 111615.2 message.

17 Notices How to correct Sublease spacious 1 bdr near law school,
Female rmmt for Spring/Summer in
Apt avail. now: 2bd, d/w, porch, $375.80;
18 Rides bike to UF. Camelot Apartments. Call 3br/2bath safe NW location 5 min. bike to
avail Dec, 2bd, porch, w/d, d/w/ $385;
cancel ad: 336-6262 after 6 p.m. Available now 191/mo. + 1/3/ util. Call Tina 377-
19 Pets your I 1 11.19.13-2 bd. $275; all wcent h/alans; 373-0701 $370/moobo. Nov.lree. 11-16-5-4 2403.campus.11-15-5-5

20 Lost & Found Cancellations:

Call 373,FIND Mon. Fri, 8 4 pm. Duplex apt., 1 BR, LR, Kit, bath, AC/heat, Sublease 1 1br/lba $350 per men starting M rmmt prefer grad atudenta 1 block
Dec Jim
1. Oaks. Contact at
No refunds can be given. 3 blocks from UF, 1 blk off Univ. Ave. etadlum. Own rm, share kitchen &
$225.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR A- 3783937. 11-19-5-4 baths $185-1195 Incl) util, private en.

Q 1 When will your ad run? Alligator errors: Frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338- Need someone to sublease apt. by Dec. trance. 378-8122 376-6652. 113014.5
Check ad the FIRST day it runs 1839. 11-14-10-2
your 1.1bdr I loft $349/mo. Archer
new carpet. N/S to share spacious 3br house near
Call 373 FIND with corrections before -
any Woods. Donna 376-0210 or office 373-
Oaks Mall. Own rm/ba $200/mo + 1/2/ util.
studio 225.00 1 BR 250.00
will TWO 8727 11-28-10-4 Call Jin Xiong at 392-2676 or 336-4571
begin second floor

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected private entrances 373-5663 REGENCY OAKS f/ns to share 3br/2ba,

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. partly furnished If needed. 11-15-4-2 $120 share/i65own + l/4utihty, December 1 pers to lease own rm, pool, wash/dry,

Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after Duplex for rent, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, full '90 free ASAP call Christy 338-8152. cable, a/c, $188 + 1/4 util, WALK TO

placing the ad. Changes called In after kitchen, pets allowed, close to campus, 11-30-12-4 CAMPUS, call BERGER 372-1250 GGT.
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated $350/month, Call 371-8141 or 1-800-654- n-15-5-5
Very spacious Ibdrm apt. Nice NW com-
run for length of time
any 4544. 11-20-10-2
may Customer error or changes: plex. Pool, tennis, many closets Beautiful Female, ns, student, needed for Spring
and be cancelled at any time. Call [Ive mess 3787619. 11-16-4-4 i
2 bedroom 1 1/2 bath. $160
Corrections must be made in person at CHECK THIS OUTI! SW 2 BR 1 1.5 BA. semester.
Sorry but there can be no re- BEFORE NOON month. 332-9616.
The Alligator office. Wash Washer/dryer/dlihwasher/cent $300 Large 1 br 1 ba heat/AC. Free washer

funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction tee KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060. 11-16-4- and dryer. Nov., last security paid $349mo. Fern Rmmt needed starting Jan. Own

Safe 3100 SW 35 PI.
gaurded place
1 br/ba/ lease up end of Jan w/ option to Bdrm in spacious 2 BR In Stonerldge. No
392-4792 472-2928 nits 11205.4
renew. 4mo leases. Move in today, only pets. Call Amy 336-1390. 11-16-5-5
I Nov. $150. Call 336-6110.
280mo., Only
F for bdr in 3 bdr near
n/s private apt
FOR RENT: UNFURN.DEC. F/ns needed Spr. For 2bd/1ba apt. Fully
FOR RENT Butler Plaza $154 a month Novemberfree.
Sublet large 2br unit In Summit House. Furnished except for own room. 179 a
In call
UnltlL.21. Call 376-9668-Dlscountl) 11-( $100 security moves you mo. Close to campus call today 377-
1 FURNISHEDHousing OCCUPANCY $425 rents this SW 376-2019 11-20-5-4 9306 Iv. mess. 11-15-4-5
condo close to UF & shopping. This month's rent FREE! 1 bdrm studio

Available-1 1 blk to UF, coed coop Pool/fenced patio/cent/ airdishwasher.KEY apt. Nice, close to campus. 295mo./ Call F N/S for Spring in 2 bd/2.5 b apt./nicely

all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, MANAGEMENT 372-3060.11-16-4- Tracy 3782651. 11-19-5-2 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE furnished exc.ptlor own room. Must be

parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. neat/$200. Call 374.8428 leave mes-
117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 12-14-62-1 Walk to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280, AVAIL. JAN. Phoenix up/down apts. tage. 111910.5
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440,Sec. Hookups, dishwasher, carpet. $310 KEY VILLAGE

Oakbrook 2/2 turn and unfurn. Roommate Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs MANAGEMENT 372-3060. 11-16-4-2 Roommates available. Reserve your Need F, N/S/ grad student to share 2 bed/ I

matching avail. Wash/dry. From Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378.1190. 12-14- room for spring Bus serviceto 1 bath, furn apt $177.50/mo + 1/2 util .
$162.50. Diversified Properties, REAL- for nice apt for rent, $350mo. Close to UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn. NE area. Call 3774963. 11-14-3-5
TOR. 373-8375 378-9090. 11-15-10- Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA quiet campus & overlooks pool ft volleyball ct. $175-$250 per roommatemonth.MZ .
or washer/dryer/ available In most units for Call 336-9630. 11-20-5-2 Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor Rockwood Villas- N/S for luxurious fully

$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 13-2B. & 2 Bath 375-0207 furn. 3 bd/3 ba condo. $235/mo + 1/3
FOR RENT: $250-$375. see t Imr. 3728422. 12-14- Super Clean 2bdr/lba/ duplex apt., central 11-30-27-5 util. All amenities Call 3359124.' 11.

heat/air, fenced yard, bike to UF, pet
2 UNFURNISHED SPACIOUSONE OK 310mo. Call Sarah 375-3378. 11- Female non-smoker to share 2br 2ba aptw Liberal-minded male to share 2 bd2.5 ba

BEDROOM APT. same. $245 + 1/2 util. must like cats! townhouse In Casablanca. No lease

1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished ONLY 273MO./ MORE FOR YOUR 3353764. 11-28-20-5 W/D and all the amenities. $235/mo./ +
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- LYONS APT SPACIOUS :3 4 bdrm townhomes 1/2 util. Call 378-5183 or leave message
BURG VILLAGE 376-1253. 12530.2 4000 SW 20TH AV. 3778797zimc Clot to SFCC UF Male roommates. 3 blocks to UF $120 i

Woodgate Manor Apartments double $175-1200 single Includes utilities Oakbrook Walk-F/NS needed to share

332-4544 Share kitchen and baths. W/D. room. w/d; furnished, clean, close to UF,
501 SW 75th Street 37881223766652. 11-15-12-5 Call 336-7796 Iv. message. $215 + 1/4
THEATRES There Is A Difference! Util.//mo. 11-16-4-5 .

1 bedroom apartment In Viscaya. Great Room for rent: master bedroom wown

OAKS MALL 10 00 Sluing DAILY btlwMn TWI-UTE 4 3016 SHOW pn location January-August I..... bath, walk-in closet, carpeted, full Private Room, 1 Bk to UF, Lock Mail box,

iQAKSMALL 6J09NFWHERRVROAD Limil.diaSe.bn) } 295mo. Call 375-9961 leave message. kitchen, living area, NW location, 225 cox cable, utilities Incl Share
11-14-5-2 p'r/month.373-7702. 11-14-8-5 kitchen/bath. $150mo, 376-3291 or 491-
OAKS EAST OAKS 4 WEST 2063 Beeper. 112810.5

331-6818 INSIDE OAKS MALL 331-8118 ADJACENT//N OAKS PLAZA'" MALL MOBILE HOMES: Roommate. M/F/ lor Seagle Building penthouse

great view, extra safe, spacious, "BRANDYWINE"F
MVIIISAl Of FORTUNE (II) hot tub one of a kindl ,325 + 1/3 util. n/s/ to share room
((4.49 TLS 0 tl.00)). 7:30: .55MUMC FANTASIA (C) 3 FOR RENT/SALE Call 377-9663 Iv. message 11-15-rie-5 UO/mo + 1/3 utilities

((5:10: TLS 0 t W M).l1M: :.. .1 130: ((4:45: TLS $3.00)), 7:15: 45 Arredondo Farmsrentals from $260 IncU Call 376-2320 leave message.
\IRGENTI for Jan. 11-19-5-5
Need at
THE KRAVS (R) roommate
((5:00 US 911.00)). 7:40.10.00HOHft 2:00: ((5:15: TLS 9 $3.00)), 7.45. 10:10: water, sewer, garbage pick-up Quletl, lawn Will Polo I. Own bedroom, bath, + house
AND MM ( (-17) main. Also some great buys. alarm. F/n-s, undergraduate $255. Call Liberal F/M for own room In apt 2 bike to
((4:30 TLS 0 SIM). ::16,1eo: ( ) take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 3710575. 11-19-9-5 UF. $170+sd. Should like cats, moHers
2:15:1 ((5.30 TLS 9 $3.00)), 8 Q0, 10:15: Open weekends too. 12-14-47-3
GHOST (w11)CRAM 375.1274 after 6pm. 11163.5
((20TLS9S100): ), 7:10: 10:10: SOLO UP (K-1 J 30 Studious, clean n/s F to share nice
SHIFT (II) 1 1:45.: ( TLS 9 $3.00)). 7 10.00 Must sell 1972 Manatee 12 x 60 2 bd 1 1ba SW luxury condo townhouse. 2bdr/l 1/2
((5:30: TIS 0 $.00)). 1.00, 10:11: w/d hookup, storage shed. Close to r
bath, wash/dry many extras. $240/mo + Classifieds. .
Oaks Mall. $5500. Call 332-0688, the
1/2 util. Available Immediately. Call 332-
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nil/ rmmt lor Spring In beautiful' 2b/lb/ ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: 79 Toyota Corolla, am/fm/cass. aCt very Exercise bike weight set bench surf ODEL 20BAL FISHTANK 1 month old Inc.
apt in Brand/win Great rmmt. Own Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, reliable, must sell, best offer 1-way board,amstrad-PCW8256 word processor tank hood and light. $90 new, asking $60.
room. Closet to UF Option to extend Crunch, Hafler MEI I VSE alarm Lanzar ticket, Gainesville-Detroit' $89 obo. call women's bike, 3360834. ''-' 5.5.8 Call Steve 3355906. ''-' 5.2-8
lease Call Elizabeth, 3746947. 11-14- 125 NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 12-14-76-6 373-6257 11-14-5-6
2-5 Top of the line Onkyo receiver TEAC Need to sell Italian bicycle with 12spds
DISCOUNT HI-FI Fuji Royale 12 speed road bike very nice tape deck and Infinity speakers. $1000 suntour trans 4 ims with quick release
Roommate wanted-own bedroom In large small frame great for small person $125 Obo. Chris 392-8077 pm. 11-16-5-6 locks & more. Asking $310 obo.3360371pm.
4bdr house. Walking, distance UF. w/d/ 722 S. Main The Red Bldg. 9043345934. 11-14-5-6 11-19-4-6
central' heat/ac, 1/4 ulll. $200/mo./ 372- WE ARE CHEAPER Leather Motorcycle Jacket for sale.
2013. 11-19-5-5 12-14-76-6 FUTON AND FRAME SALE Black w/grey trim. In excellent condition. ((2)) Orion Amps 225 HCCA ((2)) Orion XTR
Extra thick cotton/foam futons, & sofa- $125.bo. Call Dave at 3779248. 11- subs ((1))Trek 1400 bike ((1)) Luxman tuner
Room (for rent. M/F. Walk' to campus' bed frames. From only $200 per set. ((1)) Nintendo wgames.. Eric 3719384.
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
FOR SALE 2 A/C 5000 btu/ea/ 1 cheap
2bdr apt In N.W. area Affordable rent Call Al 373-3127 or Matt 3772110. "11-
and 1/2 ulil. Call 371-3822. Start Jan any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 30-15-6 bike, 1 cheap sofa 1 glass table w3 SAFARI AUDIO...for all of your car stereo -
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes chairs and 1 sofa/bed. Call 335-5002/
uary. needs. Come lee the experts at
sage. 12-14-37-6 nights. 11-14-36 Safari Audio. 4110 SW 34th SI 63, 338-
: Georgetown Apartment 1128. 12-5-15-6 1
MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146 !QMPUTER P.ugollady'ltrl.thalon cycle 4 mos.old.
Available now, great location,
Editor's choice Hewlett Packard for $575 offer Call
Bought accepting
$150/month/ November free) Call Steveat OAKTREE SHADZ: SUNGLASSESRayBan$35Vuarnet$45Bolle$40.tc
Northgate M/C Prices lower than ISKOUNTERS 376-6392. 11-14-3-6
338.1338 leave 11-21-10-5
message. mailorder. Systems below, Include 1mb, ,
40mb ((28ms) Harddlsk, graphics monitor CAR stereo speakers- Punch 1 Sin subs Call 335-6450 to save your money. 11-
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1088, We'll Beat any Competitive Prices' $1 009a: 2 Sansul Amp 75X2ch $150; PI- MUST SELL, RALEIGH 12 SPD. ROAD
6 FOR SALE Northgate 38620$2499.. Leading Edge 286-12 complete system only $950 ** oneer tweeters wXover $50. all obo Iv BIKE. EXCEL COND. $225 OBO. Mike
386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery- 386 SX-18 complete system only $1225 met 3354387. 3754003. 11-19-5-6
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk $1995. 1 & 2 year warranties. Onsite war A C.1I373.0762.2158
drives, 2 film cassettes,2 film canmsters. ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185.. RALEIGH roadbike. 221n frame. Shlmanodrlvetrain. Bumper box: ((2)) 15 spkrs, 4 tweets,
Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University SEASON BASKETBALL. TICKETS on New Mavlc ma40 rims & rear Sherwood 240w amp mounted onto unit.
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. Ave. 12-14-52-6 level 3. Call David Maul 407.422.5631 hub. $300 obo. Call 374.8035 leave mes Strong sound; easy to transfer. $400 Call
Good machine for small type shop System days. Will take best oiler. 11-16-6-6 sage. 11-15-3-6 3722913. 11-19-5-6
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem
disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at nants lor your dorm or apartment. We
373-9926 for more Info. deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377-
5265. blocks E. of campus 11-14-20-6 THE MOBILE GoLDfiSH fJ by Brett Schroeder
Alpine Kenwood, Sony and 30 more .
brands are all at our New Location! Car CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286.12 w/1 meg rVE HEARD Of
Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St. 372- ran, 43 meg hard drive graphic monitor YOvJ toouD COULDN'T I Rip BESIDES,
2070. $900. Other system available., 332- STAND TOSirDOWN" IN DROPPING WEIGHT
Crlmestopper Car Alarm, K-40 Radar WEIirfT / IT? PERFECT'HEA.TN
Detectors, Infinity, Saneul, Sony, SKI FOR CHRISTMAS PRIME cur / 0
Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. Continental' Rndtrp ticket 1, Va.... I
We Best All Price 3733754. 12.14-76- Tampa-Salt Lake. Iv 12/26 rtn 1/4. $300 VMM004Hi -
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Honeywell laptop computer 286 40 meg. GETTING MARRIED? 1 1.20 karat diamond 78 Ford Fairmont 4.dr auto ps pb reliable
harddrive wmodem/ 3 1/2ln drive, battery engagement ring, VVSI S3200 AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW & economic transportation. Runs well and ** GATOR MOVING **
charger, case. $2400. Call 373.6961. Call Evan at 374.6574. RATES low payments, fast .drive- body stra ght. $750 neg. Call after 6pm Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing/ 1ItemHie
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For sale: 1 round.trip ticket from Orlandoto 377CARS. WE CARE. Llc/lns Harry/Bill Full./ Days/Eves 374.4791'. Long'12.14.dice 76" .
XMAS GIFTS Organ Yamaha Electone, Washington D.C. Wed 11/21' return Pontiac '1000 '1934 excellent conditionnew '11
axe condition $'000. Dorm & shipping ing Mon 11/28. Call 373-1650 t 11-163-, 300ZX 968 speed, am/fm/tape, clutchtireastarts 84k miles
trunk $75. Bea.372.1981 leave me*. 6 air, T-top, excellent condition. Best offer a/c/ ,am/lm asking only $1600' or best offer SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons .
Call 3328473. ,1119109VW '
sages 1 11.142.6PLANE call 334.5290. 11,.1959 boarding woodser facilities *

hay rides parties sales *
TICKET.Gaineiville to Chicago, SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding condition 300ZX 1985, T top, auto, air, cassette, students. accepted 466.3224, 375 working.8380
leave Nov 16, return Nov.25 $200. Call 7 REAL ESTATEHome 10,000 ml*, completely rebuilt 63K mint condition, $7500. Will consider '12.14.76."11
336.4893 leave message 11-1646' While Int/ext/ $1790 1-800-226-3025 trade. Call 377.'1584. 1'11.5.9' '
for sale? Land for sale? Buyers'Market '1.111-10.9
YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING ? Don't t let an opportunity to sell 1977 Chevy Caprice station wagon. An *SUNBELT MOVING*
From the company that always uses your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds '84 Chevy' Cavalier, automatic, 4 door, ugly beast but it runa Has good tires Professional Moving/Packing/ !) & Supplies
full cut diamond or cubic slreonla In offers you the cheapest way to ./c. 84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon $450 as Is Call 375.7071. "11-1539 ,1- Item House lull Local/Lng ds\, \
their fashion ring*. Jostens' There I I. keep your real estate In the public eye am/fm, a/c auto, 6 cylinder 335.5303. Llc/lns Priced lor Students) Marty 375
a difference; look for III The Acropolis Where else can you keep your property In ,, 10 WANTEDLocal MOVE. '12147611AAA "
11-14.t.1 the market for as little as four dollars a '
87 Mazda 626, 2door, LX Sspeed air,
day? To make It STORAGE
even easier,
you can am/fm tp pwr sunroof/door/locks/ 46k Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
place your ad over the phone: all you Close to UF, Convenient
mlg Excellent condition must sell 335. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie Fine
Harvest Music always has 2 for 1 Sticks need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call 4x4x4 lS/mo/
377.4249 U.F. Plaza 5303. 11-20109' Jewelry 3739243. 12147610CIGARETTE '
and String 11 373 FIND today to place your ad. 4x8x8 $30/mo
15.2-6 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.'1771
'85 Nissan 2 door dlx SMOKERS
200sx hatchback or MARIJUANA
Duplex for sale, 2 apts., close to ,
DINETTE SET / H20 MATTRESS 2 bedrooms/1 bath. Call ,.800.854.campus. 5 speed, a/c, am/fm tp, sunroof, power SMOKERS with .ercl.e.lnduced asthsma *FREE*
Woodgrain w4 swivel chair. good condition 4544 or 371'.8141' '. 11'.20.'107 door/locks Excellent condo 3355303. Earn up to $335 by participating Pregnancy Test
Queen size mattress full wave ".20.0.9' In our research study Interested? For
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Call 3773450. 11-14.1.8 Assumable 81/2 % fixed, low down, only more Information call Mon.Frl 8am- 4pm.
$310/mol Immaculate 1 br townhouse w/ 1988 Red Camaro. Exc. condo $9999 Call 392.9088. "11-16' .7.'10I CENTER
loft fan Inside 904.765.3327/475.'1460. 111559 720 NW 23rd Avenue
All New Christmas Silk Flower Arrangements ceiling sky light laundry
Frl, Sat Nov ,16 & 17 1955 NW upper and lower deck Very open and "I I need a tutor once or twice a week lor 377.5055ABORTION
55th St 11.'1636 airy beautiful landscaping. 374-4923 1978 VW Sclrrocco $350 obo. Call 375- STA 3024. No exp required. Call 335 (To 24 Wks)
(eve). 11.,&.3.7 2461. 11-1449' 5750. ,11-14310, BIRTH CONTROL
Gynecology Services
Must sell! '80 Pont. Sunbird in good WANTED Renault Encore 2.door '1984 '2.4-75."
shape, no rust Run great low miles thru '1986 lor hall hour engineering in
VB $650 obo. Call Randy 3 3356403. speetion Will pay. Call 375.8710' 11'.'19. $COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholar
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BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS graduate or graduating soon? Division of Housing Office for This Is a notice of sale of public outcry of
375-8967 We need an energetic, self starter to handle Staff and Student Dlv.lopmlntiliook. lost or abandoned property recovered on
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. sales for our Gainesville office Public ing for I Program Assistant/Graphics/ campus. The auction will be held at the
1233 NW 10th Avt Benefits Insurance. 12147613Jobs relations skills a must. Business/ Artist for 15-20 hrs./wk. paying 13.80 University Police Station on November
372.1664 marketing major or experience preferred. per hr. Position begins Spring 1981. ,14. '990 at 9:00: a.m. Included for auction
MC/VISA/lnsurance/ / In USA and overseas. All occupa Hours could be flexible. Salary + bo Applications available at the Housing will be a, 1981 Puch Moped, VIN
Free Pregnancy Test tions. Don't limit yourself to those few nuses. Send resume to: Sales, P.O. Box Ottles. Application deadline Is NOVEMBER 9540133; 1988 Mercury VIN
Member companies that recruit on campus. Jump 1702-351' Gainesville, FL 32602-1702. 21, 1110. For more Information 11 1MEBP95F1E2603448; kawasaki Mcy
National Abortion Federation start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters 11-14-5-13' contact Kathy Smith at 3922161. VIN HF7B9139; 1982 JAWA Moped. VIN
12.14.53-11 today. Writ to C.A.S., 652 W. 11-28-9-13' TCJ210217GK147850; 1976 Pontiac
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service all mUllcallormall. 12-14-42. ticipate In new drug study for the treatment 19-5-13 absolutely no 1986 JAWA Moped VIN
11 of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call financial obligation.Call ,TLJ21011XGK129164; 1978 Chrysler,
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Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs Work parttlm..lulilim. pay above vehicles, there will be several
Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only. Only 1-800-468-8899.. 12-14-54-13' Call Mr. Brown 3733281. other vehicle which will be auctioned for
11192011Free BUSINESS parts only, books, clothing glasses, etc.
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate Best Fundraiser' On-Campus! Lookingfor Property that has been held for 30 days
dental exam. Graduating dental student In new drug study 'for the treat a fraternity, sorority or student or- 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS and not been claimed by rightful owners
needs board pall.nlllor December.Free ment of athlete's foot. Call 3315379. ganliatlon' that would like to earn by 9:00 a.m. on November 14, 1990 will
cleaning or filling If you qualify. Call '12-14-35-13 $500-$1,000 for a one week oncampusmarketing terminals & pc's, buy, sell, be sold at this public outcry. ALL PRO
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10-11 Ann. U of F students Info In sitting for hardworking. Call Lisa 0. at ((800)) CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12- FUND. ".,4-7.14
the Dec.-90 FL dental board exam at U of 592-2121. 11-14-1-13 14-76-14'
"MARIJAN OF HOLLAND" F Dental School, call 336-6753 Iv. m.*- Mary had a little lamb with fleece as whiteas
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ural for less than $5 mo. with our self- 3278013. ,.,4..13 11-20-10-14 was against
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Maybe you. need a BodyGuard I BodyGuard style. When it cornea to quality the word.comproml. the largest selection and best priceson and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT 1800 Gun Inventory
It a unique new tell defense ipray ..* Isn't part of our vocabu your sweats, check out Lloyd Clarke HOOD. 377-0881. 12-14-76-15 Over 500 handguns In stock
that'i guaranteed to itop attackers deadIn lary. That's the way we work at EZ Tennis Sports. We have 28 colors & many stylesto Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair
their tracka. Proven far superior to 34 St Plaza 372-2257. 11301215VuarnetCarreraRayBanGator. choose from. We will match any local Free labor with string purchase at EZTennis Reloading' Supplies 466-3340
Mace and tear gas. BodyGuard will even prices because we appreciate your bus-! ; 30% off tee shirts. ; 25% off Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer
control drunk, drug abusers and psychotic / Great ness. 1504 NW 13 St. 11-16-4-15 shorts, shirts, skirts-365 days a yearll 34 8 mi. South of G'vllle on 441
without causing permanent dam. prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical St Plaza. Also-Indoor pistol range
age or death. Used by law enforcement Laboratory 376-5583. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 FINDERS KEEPERSNew Handicap facilities
agencies worldwide, BodyGuard la now block from Ala Gen. 1M 4-78-1S THRIFT SHOPPEI Permanent Hair Removal ',.,,4.2.15
available the public In handy 5oz. canisters GOOD Stulll Clothlng-Books-House- Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
((35 blasts). To order your own perlonal Dear hold-Mlsc. 209 NW 10 Ave. 11.14-1.15 Info about I the PERMANENT removal, ofunwanted ; 16 CONNECTIONSGAY
customers: thanks lor your support
BodyGuard, aend $10.00 plus facial & hair. 374-4307
$2.00 e/h each to- LaPolnte'a Place of EZ Tennis. Our steadfast promise Is to B 4 U buy shoes, rackets, sportswear, 12-14-76-15 body
P.O.Box 1141, Weatbrook. Maine 04092. continue to provide quality products at strings, or accessories, check out ? BI? QUESTIONING?
For FREE Information tend a SASE to great prices with last friendly service. G'vllle'a tennis authorlty-EZ Tennis 34 St STUDENTS GET CASH$ GAY Switchboard 332-0700 hrs
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tame .ddr.... Since we cannot keep H.r"llo you, Gainesville. -30-12-15 Plaza. 11-30-12-15 For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's

track of all local laws, It la the purchasers PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate 372-1226.211 W.Unlv.Ave.-next to Central DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT! Beer,
responsibility to check local laws before' test results from a reliable source City. 12-14-76-15 bowling, billiards at Alley Katz. Open until
ordering. Purchasers mutt be over 18. Natural Foods and Vitamins PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881.EZ lam Mon.-Thurs. 11142416Cute
Birkenstock Sandals. SAVE ON RAYBANS
Condoms, Schmondomt. Sunflower Health Foods Tennis offers 25% off sportswear University Opticians Intellectual chick seeks lonely' professor
II this It your attitude toward tale sex, 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 40% off warmups ft 50%oil aerobic wear 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 lor dating. Please write POB
you have a greater risk of catching AIDS. 12-14-76-15 DAILY plus a whole lot morel' Check us 12948 G'vllle, FL 32604. ,.,448
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Serving UF since 1977 EYE EXAMS,contact lenses, eye disease"
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I ,off A Plus Notes M 500 off I II I Dr. Steven 373-7070 Schargel 11-30-14-16

ll Tuesday 11/6 Man In red car, NC tags.
I II I Need gr.al.ho.. & U want to save? WhoU
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Beer, bowling billiards at Alley Katz.
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Canned Food Drive. lor yourself. EZ Tennis 11-30-12-15 ,,-,8.8.20

\ of food In for a 1 SHOE SALEon LOST: Man's wedding band. 2nd floor
; Donate 8 cans exchange Bartram. REWARD. Bob 3325309. 11-
over 150 athletic shoe models featuring
day 4 line ad In the Alligator Classifieds. Nike, Reebok, Avla, & more. Super 15-5-20
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Broward tennis courts. II found please.
an inspirational message
call Kelly 336-7402 REWARDIII "--5-
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FOUND: F cat grey ft black tigerstripedw
I No unlabeled cans kill white chest ft yellow eyes, (lea collar
you. t & green collar wbells.. Possibly pregnant
I No alcoholic beverages found In the Pines. Will take to
animal shelter If unclaimed. 3733371.>

( FOUND 11-14-3-20: Videotape In stadium on 11-7.

YOU11W ( -B Call to ID: 392-5006. ,11-15-3-20

.. FOUND: pair of sunglasses, WilliamsonHall
on 1116./ Call to Idem 3724255. 11.

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LOST: keys by Turlington. Chain "has
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CANNED FOOD ONLY ... 5180. 11-16-4-20

FOUND: Set of keys on c.m.nllabl. behind -
GtlATAMOUCAN.SMOKEOUT Turlington on 11.8. Call to ID: 371-
Drop off your cam at the Alligator, 1105 W. Univ. Ave. 8:00-4:00: : .... > 4089. 1115320FOUND ,
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I Finnegan falls in early round of Du Pont prequalifier I

By DEBRA SARI LINN from the tournament's prequalifying son, 6-3,6-3. Manuel Mauve of the University of Under,a 1943 UF graduate was
Alligator Writer rounds Monday. The two other Gators competing West Virginia. an avid Gator supporter.
Finnegan, a junior, lost in the In this week's tournament, David Under,who was president of the
UF men's tennis player Gary second round to Patrick Boies of Blair and Bruce Haddad,will begin Under dies at 68 UF Foundation Board and State
Finnegan,one of three Gatorscom- the University of Nevada-Las the qualifying rounds of the tour The man for whom the UF tennis Alumni Association, donated
peting in the Du Pont National Clay Vegas, 36,36.Finnegan nament today. stadium is named, Scott Under, $300,000 to the construction of the
Court Championships in Panama won his first round Blair will meet Samford's Andrew died early Sunday morning at the tennis stadium, which was named
City this week, was eliminated match over Samford's Neil Huchin- Batie, and Haddad will play age of 68. for him in 1988.

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I Randolph replaces McNabb at fullback Saturday I

UF coach Steve Spurrier said Tuesdaythat Spurrier said, "but he did not play at the Before he decided to coach at UF in egories: total offense, passing offense, total
redshirt freshman Kelvin Randolph will level we need to have here." December of last year, the Atlanta Falcons defense and rushing defense.
replace Dexter McNabb at tailback for Randolph, who did not carry the ball for and the Phoenix Cardinals wanted to talk The Gators are ranked second nationallyin
Saturday's game against Kentucky. the Gators Saturday, has eight attempts fora about offering him coaching jobs. But Spur- total defense, giving up an average of
net of 30 yards this season. rier said he'd rather coach at a college."I 222.44 yards a game. UF, which has givenup
Sharon Ginn Spurrier's not leaving think I made that clear last year when an average of 85.11 yards rushing a game,
NOTEBOOKSpurrier Although CBS's Mike Francesca named I came here that college ball excites me is fifth in the country in rushing defense.
Spurrier as a candidate for the head coach- more than NFL ball," Spurrier said. UF also leads the SEC in scoring defense
Ing job of the Cleveland Browns Saturday, He said he doesn't know why Francesca ((12.33 points) and first downs ((23.33)) a
Spurrier stressed that he's happy where he listed him as a candidate. game.
said he was not pleased with "It's something to talk about, I guess," Free safety Will White is still first in the
McNabb's blocking in Saturday's 38-7 vic- is."I'm not going anywhere," Spurrier said. Spurrier said. conference in interceptions,with six in eight
tory over Georgia. McNabb also carried the "We're very fortunate to be coaching hereat Defense second In nation games. Quarterback Shane Matthews leads
ball twice for four yards."I the University of Florida.You couldn't ask After the Georgia game, UF still leads the the SEC in total offense,with 2,264 yards on
don't want to be critical of our players," for a better situation." Southeastern Conference in four major cat- the season.


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UFcan't I Basketball team to sign two players I IBy

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RON KASPRISKE 12 rebounds a game last season for Coun- University officials cannot comment on
drink Alligator Staff Writer tryside High, liked UF's academic program, high school players until they have signedan
as well as its proximity to his home."I official letter of intent, but Kruger said
Two of the top high school basketball was sold on the academic opportunitiesfor he will try to fill all of his available scholar
players in the country announced Tuesday engineering and architecture," said De ships.
from they would sign with UF when the NCAA's Clercq, who has a 3.3 grade point averageat "We think we'll be able to get a couple.
crownWith early signing period begins today. Countryside High. "I also like how close And if we can get a third, we'll be real
Dan Cross, a 6-foot-3 guard from Carbon- I'll be to home and the atmosphere up thereis pleased by that," said Kruger, who has four
UF one game left from finishing atop dale, 111., and Andrew De Clercq, a 6-9 exciting." scholarships available. "If we got the right
the Southeastern Conference, UF players forward from Clearwater,said Tuesday they De Clercq added that UF did a good job four, we'll do all four."
might be feeling like the Greek mythological would sign with UF. selling the university and he was impressedwith The signing period ends Nov. 20.

c character Tantalus. "It's a great school academically, and the the way the coaches presented the Bleyer said Cross, who led Carbondale
Tantalus, who was punished for offendingthe coaching staff impressed me," said Cross, a academic side of the school. High to a 21-6 record last season, is ex-
Greek gods, was left standing in a river senior at Carbondale High. "The coachingstaff Cross also complimented UF on the tremely athletic. Bleyer said Cross could
with an unquenchable thirst. Every time he'd really caught my attention." they recruited him. Cross said assistant way score from anywhere on the court and is a
try to drink, the water in front of him would Cross, who averaged 20 points a game coach Robert McCullum did a good job. "tremendous point guard."
disappear.The last season, said he told UF to mail him a McCullum was an assistant coach and re- "He may be able to come in and be a factoras
Gators may not be aspiring to chug a letter of intent and as soon as it arrived, cruiting coordinator at Southern Illinois be- a freshman or a sophomore,"Bleyer said.
ton of water, but are still being kept from either today or Thursday, he would sign. fore joining coach Lon Kruger's staff at "He has that kind of ability."
something they desire. The NCAA placed "I've always wanted to play in the SEC Kansas State and UF. Cross said he chose UF over Tennessee,
UF on probation in September, banning the and playing at Florida may give me a chanceto "I think he (McCullum) knew he wouldfit Arkansas, and Mississippi State.
team from in a post-season bowl Cross said.
playing play early, "
well into
very Kruger's scheme, said Garcia Injured
game and winning the SEC. De Clercq, who was choosing betweenUF Carbondale High basketball coach Tim Senior guard Renaldo Garcia sprained his

,Duke and Virginia,announced at a news Bleyer. "I've known Bob (McCullum) for right thumb during practice and will be
-Alex/ Marvez conference Tuesday afternoon that he several years and he knew what he was examined today to determine the severity,
THREE would sign with the Gators. doing getting Dan. Dan may be one of the said UF assistant sports information director
COUNTWith De Clercq, who averaged 15 points and best guards in Illinois." Joel Glass.

a victory Saturday over Kentucky I Monty's reputation as hitter GrowingBy I
((4-5, 3-2)), UF will finish no worse than tied
for first place atop the conference. The Ga
tors ((8-1)) will finish 6-1 in the SEC, which GREGG DOYEL
would be the most conference victories in Alligator Staff Writer

*university history. UF free safety Monty Grow is a quiet,
Even so, UF will still be sitting at homeon polite guy who, if given the chance, would
New Year's Day, thanks to the good folksat take your head off on the football field.
the NCAA. Grow doesn't have pent-up frustration
"It's really frustrating,"left guard Hesham waiting to be released. Nor does he turn intoa
Ismail said. "I think about it quite often. Ever raving maniac every Saturday. tF
since I've been here, we've wanted to win Actually, "Hitting is just something I loveto
the conference. We have that goal within our do," Grow says.
reach, yet we've got something holding us And it's something Grow does often. In f
from getting there." fact, it's something he's done more than any
Mississippi ((8-1, 4-1)) would be! the only other UF defensive back this season. Grow,
team that could still claim an equal SEC a reserve defensive back who has started
record. The No. 15 Rebels play No. 14 Ten- just one game this season, leads the Gators
nessee ((5-2-2, 21.1) Saturday in Memphisand secondary with 34 tackles.
play host to Mississippi State ((4-5, 0-5)) And some of those tackles are more memorable .
Nov. 24. than others.

But even if Mississippi wins both those Against Akron, the 6-foot-3, 208poundGrow
games, UF will be regarded as the top teamin steamrolled Zips wide receiver Brad-
the SEC. After all, the Gators pounded ford Jones after an 8-yard reception over the
Auburn, Georgia and Louisiana State, and middle.Jones landed on his back,four yards d s a ,
defeated Alabama on the road. closer to the line of scrimmage."That '
Ole Miss' biggest victory this season, so was a good one," Grow said after
far, has been against Arkansas. Big deal. the game. 0t
.. Unfortunately for Grow, with the big hits
But UF Is still ineligible to go to the Sugar
Bowl. Defensive back Richard Fain is re- come the big misses, and Grow experiencedone
minded of that whenever he peers at a lineupof of the year's biggest against Tennessee.The .
this season's projected bowl match-ups. Volunteers' Dale Carter returned the
second half kickoff 91 for touchdown
yards a
"Every time I go down that list and I see
triggering a 28-point outburst that
the Sugar Bowl, light up" Fain said.
my eyes
buried the Gators. Grow had a shot at Carter
"I know Florida should be printed in there.It .
near midfield but came .
up empty."I
so happens we were unlucky when it came
good shot at him but didn't
got a pretty ,
down to the sanctions. It's sad, butthat'sjustlife "
and we'll have to deal with that." wrap him up, Grow said.
A wrap wasn't necessary on the hit he
< If UF defeats Kentucky, Spurrier said he
planted on Louisiana State flanker Marcus
may look Into getting his team a ring to MICHELE KATZ
Carter in UF's 34-8 victory over the Tigers.
commemorate finishing on top of the confer- That fourth-quarter blast ranks among UF sophomore free safety Monty Grow leads the secondary in tackles despite I
ence. Grow's favorites. having started just one game.a .

That's about the only thing Spurrier can "LSU's No. 1 (Carter) was running down perennial Pro-Bowl performer. out)," Fain said. "He's a quality player, and
do to help ease the players'disappointmentcof the field, looking over his shoulder," Grow "He's definitely a very physical type of they need to find a place for him and Will."
not being allowed to play in the Sugar said. "I got him pretty good, right under the player, like a Ronnie Lott," Barber said. "If Grow, one of four true freshmen to letter
Bowl. chin. he has the opportunity,he'll take your head last year, has put on 10 pounds since his
"The thing that's going to hurt me the "He held on to the ball, but I don't think off." freshman season. Myles weighs 241
most is five, 10 maybe 15 years from now, he felt too good about it." The play of Will White, UF's starting free pounds.
when I look down at my hand I won't have Making receivers uncomfortable is a safety and the Southeastern Conference Interception "I'm going to hit the weights really hard
that (SEC championship) ring," Fain said. "I 1 practice Grow takes pride in. And teammates leader, has limited Grows oppor this summer," Grow said. "I was talking to
think that ring signifies all the hard workatfou are taking notice. tunities. But UF Ail-American cornerback some guys in the weight room, and they
put into your career in college. Senior wide receiver 'Terence Barber Richard Fain may have a solution."If said I could put on 10 or 15 more pounds.
"We won it outright but I didn't get the compared Grow's style of play to that of San Monty beefs up,he can play Gatorbackafter "I'm looking forward to playing wherever
token to keep with me the rest of my life." Francisco 49ers defensive back Ronnie Lott, ( senior Godfrey Myles' eligibility runs they want to play me."

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