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15,1990



I New rule to delay, student loan checks 30 days I

.,
,
By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI gress,will begin next semester and draw from school within the first could offset any inconveniences take federally guaranteed student
Alligator Writer only affect undergraduate students month. caused by the delay. loans from colleges and trade
borrowing money for the first time, Mohadasu Vasu, a mechanical About 5,000 UF students receive schools with default rates higher
Students who receive federal Fooks said. engineering graduate student said federal student loans, which aver than 35 percent
loans for the first time will have to "This may mean that studentswill the delay in getting financial aid age $3,100 for each student. UF's default rate is only 3.5 per-
wait 30 days after classes start to have to find other temporary money would make it very difficultfor Congress members plan to use cent, so it will not be affected,
get their money, Financial Aid di- funds (at the beginning of the se- him to pay for his classes and the 30-day waiting period to reduce Fooks said.Congress.
rector Karen Fooks said Wednes- mester)," she said. the number of defaults on student projects its student
day.The Studies show that most students rent.Fooks said UF offers fee defer loans: loan plan will save the government
new rule,mandated by Con- who default on their loans with ments and temporary loans,which Congress decided last month to $1.7 billion.



Women attempt to cash t



murder victim's checksTwo


local women tried to cash a checkon Gossett presented the forged check at
the bank account of murder victim Cotton's Check Express, 1136 NE Eighth
Christa Leigh Hoyt Wednesday morning, Ave., shortly after 10 a.m.The clerk recog-
said Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. nized Hoyt's name and called Gainesville
Sadie Darnell. police, Darnell said.
Hoyt is one of five local college students Darnell added that Task Force investigators -
found stabbed to death in their southwest have reviewed this as a possible breakin
Gainesville apartments in August. Darnell the case, but she said it doesn't appearto
said Cheree Denise Hunter, 25, lives in one be connected to the student murders.
of Hoyt's former apartments at 711 SW 67th Police have filed sworn complaints
Terr. against Hunter for the charges of forgeryand
Darnell said Hunter received Hoyt's passing a forged check, and against
checks through the mail and allegedly Gossett for passing a forged check. The
signed Hoyt's name to a check for less than complaints go to the State Attorney's Office,
$100. Hunter then gave the check to her which decides whether to press charges.
friend, Karen Denise Gossett, she said. -ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORT


Campus leaders examinestudentathletes'



livesBy


MIKE BRUSCELL that the UAA had control over sports pro-
despite rule violations.
grams
Alligator Staff Writer
Lombardi said UF's main concern shouldbe
To ensure that a win-loss record isn't the making athletes' lives more akin to the Ak .4
only thing student-athletes acquire during experiences of other students. To do that,
their college years, campus leaders have he said, campus leaders must understand
met this semester to suggest how UF can athletes' special needs. I
bring athletes! .into the main- Although Lombardi ini-
stream of student life. bally asked the task force to
The task force, createdby To submit recommendationsby
UF President John gain insight December, task force
Lombardi! in September to into chairman and UF chemistry
examine the role of stu- players'daily Professor Bill Jones said STEPHANIE SOMMER .
dents who play for campus lives, the they won't be ready until
Hit the sack
sports teams, has met for spring.
several weeks and con- task force has lis- UF economics Professor UF freshman Scott Nelson hones his leg-eye coordination by playing
venes again today at 5. tened to athlete Dave Denslow, chairman ofa Hacky Sack In the Plaza of the Americas.
To gain insight into task force subcommitteethat
players' daily lives, the and staff testi- examines student lives,
members have listened to said he worries less about
testimony from athletes and mony and com- athlete graduation rates and
University Athletic Associa- pared athletes' more about their success in I Humphrey to be sentenced today I
tion staff members and general. -
compared athletes' aca- academic re- Denslow said for stu- Edward Lewis Humphrey, the most of mental hospitals where the 19-year-old
demic records to other stu- cords to otherstudents' dents such as former Gators talked-about possible suspect in the murder former UF student could be sent to avoid
dents. tailback Emmitt Smith, suc- of five local college students, is sched- prison time.Humphrey.
Although it was created cess might be defined as a uled to be sentenced this morning in was convicted in October of
after the second NCAA in- million-dollar paycheck.But Brevard County on charges that he beat beating his 79yearold grandmother and .
vestigation of UF in six years,Lombardi said for student-athletes who won't thrive in his grandmother.Circuit faces up to five years in prison.
the task force is not a public-relations tactic. professional sports, an education is crucial Judge Theron Yawn postponedthe Judge Seymour Benson is expected to
There! are really no problems we haveto sentencing last week to allow public hand down the sentence at 8:30: a.m.
overcome as far as cosmetic Issues," defender J.R. Russo time to prepare a list ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORT

Lombard. L said, .citing the ,NCAA's. ruling see Athletes, page 7

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Senators decry statutes access i I8y

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JACK REJTMAN 400 copies of the revised statutes Although about 10 senators nod-

Writer will be printed by the end of January ded in agreement when Berkowitz
Alligator
for anyone interested. complained about the statutes,An- ,
Student Senate has been lackluster Until then, any student can lookat derson spoke in support. ;,

and ineffective because sena- a copy of the statutes in the "I was just making it known to

tors don't have access to the Senate secretary's office on the the president and the pro- tern that

Student Body statutes, senators Reitz Union's third floor, Tan we don't know what we're votingon

said at Tuesday night's meeting.Sen. enbaum said.They ," Anderson said. "Who is to say

David Berkowitz stood at can borrow my statutes who is to blame? But I think some-

the meeting and said senators and take them home if they want," thing should be done."

aren't writing any important legis- Tanenbaum said. "I'm surprised to With little debate,Senate passed

lation because they don't know hear people say senators aren't Tuesday on first reading a bill that

which laws they are amending."I doing as much because they don't gives Students in African Studies

don't want to make a big deal, have the statutes."I $1,136 to travel to Washington, ,
but if we want to amend statutes I think that's a cop-out. D.C., to attend the Organization of

think everyone should have a copy But engineering Sen. Michelle African Unity, which is similar to

of them," he said, adding that it Warner said that when she first got an African model of the United

would promote debate. involved in Senate, she didn't Nations.

"When we have these Senate speak out at meetings because she Since last month's elections, sen-

meetings, there are no substantialbills didn't know the rules.Warner,whois ators have introduced two money

coming through," Berkowitzsaid now the Affairs and Ethics Com- bills: a bill to amend the Senate

after the meeting. "I think mittee chairwoman, said she has Rules and Procedures and a bill ''I I

xis.P senators don't care." sat in the Senate secretary's office which modifies the wording of two I

Not so, said Senate President and read the statutes."I Senate statutes. I

Adam Tanenbaum Wednesday."The think they should make it Tanenbaum said when senators

Senate secretary updatesthe available, but senators should get aren't working on important bills,
statutes at the beginning of the statutes themselves," Warner like those dealing with the budget,

every year, so to print them now they are responsible for writing
when they'll be revised in a month said.Rawlings Area Sen. Kenneth An- their own.

would be irresponsible," Tan- derson said he's tried unsuccess- "I can't personally throw out

enbaum said.It fully to obtain a copy of the things for them to discuss," he

costs about $1,000 each time statutes. said, adding that a Senate is onlyas

the statutes are printed, and SG "We have the statutes (in SG), good as its members. "They

can't afford to constantly be re- but when you go ask for them have to talk with their constituentsand

printing them, he said. As always, they're not there," Anderson said. take initiative.



DONALD LEVAN I Lombardi: No plan, no building .

Leonard Chang displays the holiday card that Gainesville Friendsof ,
Chinese Democracy is distributing. By DEBBIE CENZIPER should enlarge its domain and con- Schaffer said he will meet with
sider how the school plans and assembly members and begin a
Writer
Staff
Alligator adjusts to its needs, he said. study of the group this month.

UP President John Lombardisays "We have to have a clear sense UF Physical Plant director Scott

Chinese group makes putting up new campus build- of whether we're using the whole Sloan said the campus has spaceto

Ings requires more than just find campus well," he said. branch out during the next five I

ing room it takes studying The planning assembly, which years. If Florida legislators allot

cards for donations anticipated traffic, green space and reports to Administrative Affairs enough money for more buildingsand
parking limits. Vice President Gerald Schaffer, is current construction is com

Setting sights on constructionmeans responsible for the appearance and pleted, there's no reason to limit
8y BOB SUREN Lee, who once lived in Beijing.Lee weighing the effects of development of campus, including student growth, he said.

Alligator WriterA said the daily broadcasts changes on the whole campus, space use, energy conservationand Unlike Florida's other eight
reach about 80 percent of China Lombardi told his top administrators landscaping. state universities, UF has a cap on
Gainesville group is helping and are a combination of news and last month. Planning shouldnot Schaffer said the assembly has the number of freshmen that can

spread the word of democracy in commentary. He said the station be done piece-by-piece,he said, always shared Lombardi's views enroll each year.

China by spreading holiday cheer. has a network of reporters and because badly placed buildings can but may have lost them as a focus. "As long as some of these facili-

Gainesville Friends of Chinese sources around the country that cause a domino effect. He said the group will stress aware- ties are in place, we should be ableto

Democracy, a group of UF stu- "keep us well-informed." UFs Campus Planning Assembly ness of bus routes, potential dam- handle it," Sloan said.

dents, professors and local resi-' "We use mainly material written composed of one represen- age to trees and the relation of Schaffer agreed and said campus

dents, is distributing holiday by Chinese students here and tative from each college and the buildings when planning construc- has room to expand westward,
greeting cards to benefit a Chicago abroad," Lee said. "When we larger administrative offices tion. toward the Harn Museum of Art.a .
radio station that makes pro- speak to them in our own voice,
democracy tapes for broadcast in it's very comforting to them."

China. The radio station operates on UF joins national Smokeout I

UF economics Professor leon- about $200,000 a year and gets no

ard Chang,a member of the group, state or federal aid. Donations ,
promoting the event in Gainesville, day, and hopefully I'll quit for
said the group gave out about come from Chinese support By KIM ALEXANDER
said the Smokeout is for a good good. The Smokeout is definitely
2,000 cards last year and raised groups, student groups and indi- Alligator Writer "
about $1,000. This year, Chang viduals around the world,Lee said. cause. inspiring.
Millions of smokers will "If smokers to According to the results of the
put we can get quit
said, he hopes the group does at Lee said he is familiar with the
least as well. Gainesville and remembersits aside their cigarettes today as part for this one day, then maybe they'll Cancer Society's 1989 Smokeout,
group of the American Cancer Society's quit forever," she said."We're hereto 35.9 percent of the nation's 50 mil
"I'm positive about support- last contribution."We .
very Great American Smokeout. encourage them from not smok- lion smokers quit for the day. Of
ing this radio station, Chang said.. are much encouragedby
very
The 14-year tradition was even ing." the 17.9 million people who participated
Voice of June Fourth, run by the support he said.
the topic of a "Jeopardy" answer: The event's activities will be heldon 10 percent were able to stay
and Friendsof
Chinese students professors' said Gainesville
Chang "It happens every year on the third the Reitz Union North Lawn. off cigarettes for 24 hours. And 3.9
in took to the airwavesSept Chinese will ask for
Chicago, Democracy
: Thursday before Thanksgiving. Kiss 105 will broadcast live,and the million smokers did not smoke one '
30 '1989 -the eve'of 'Na-, donation of at least 75 cents for
I a
The response: "What is the Great interns will hand out survival kits, to three days later.
tional Chinese national holiday -, card. who
the Anyone
Day a holiday
,
"
American Smokeout? which will include gum, candy and This year, the Cancer Society
of the cards should
wants one con- In order to help smokers kick pamphlets on how to quit smoking. hopes to help one in every five
The station is named for the day tact Chang.On .
the, habit, the Cancer Society is "We're also going to have people smokers to give up cigarettes for
'In 1989 when Chinese soldiers the front of the card is'a
having its 14th Annual Great American sign a petition to prohibit smokingin the 24-hour period.
killed hundreds of pro-democracy dragon with two human figures on
Smokeout. Lung cancer,often public places," Schwaderer said. The Great American Smokeouthas
demonstrators in Beijing, China'scapital. its back. Inside, the Inscription
attributed to cigarette smoking, is "And non-smokers can sign a ban- been a national program since
reads "Season's
Greetings. the leading cause of cancer deaths ner encouraging smokers to quit" 1977. The idea developed in 1971
Lee University of On the back of the card is
San Yuan a a
among men and women. One future Smokeout participant when Arthur P. Mullaney asked
student working on a doc- written in Chinese. Roughly
Chicago poem The Smokeout is the day when is Greg Oliver of Sarasota. people in Randolph, Mass.;to give "
science worksat translated the reads "In the
torate in political poem smokers sign a form agreeing not "I've tried to quit off and on," said up their cigarettes for a day and
station. ancestral home the of the
the radio sons
. to smoke for 24 hours. Oliver, 39, who's been smoking donate what they would have spenton
send to radio stations for justice. Around the
"We dragon
tapes cry Julie Schwaderer, one of 12 Can- most of his life. "It's been hard, but them to a scholarship at the
located very close to China. From world, those who understand send
said cer Society interns in charge of this year I agreed not to smoke for local high school.
there we broadcast to China, their heart-felt support.


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discuss possible Arab summitWASHINGTON


(UPI) Egypt's President Hosni The Cairo summit sanctioned the dispatch of Arab
Mubarak and Iraqi and Soviet envoys shuttled around troops from Egypt, Syria and Morocco to the gulf to
Arab capitals Wednesday to discuss a call for an Arab deter further Iraqi aggression.Saudi Ill
summit on the Persian Gulf crisis, while Congress Foreign Minister Prince Saud al Faisal told
warned President Bush it expects to be consulted if reporters in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, that
t he plans to remove Iraqi troops from Kuwait by force. Iraq should accept resolutions calling on it to with-
r Bush met with congressional leaders Wednesdayand draw from Kuwait and restore exiled Kuwaiti Emir
assured them the U.S. military position in Saudi Sheikh Jaber al Ahmad al Sabah to power before a
I Arabia remains defensive, not offensive, and the lead- new summit could be considered.
ers ruled out an immediate call for a special session "Only if Iraq accepts the resolutions of the Cairo
t of Congress to debate U.S. policy in the gulf. summit can the summit called by King Hassan of
The leaders gave Bush a conditional consent to Morrocco be fruitful and positive," Saud said.
C pursue his military buildup but warned that the sup- Despite recent indications that Iraq is willing to
port he enjoys could be shaken by a decision to sacrifice for the sake of peace, Baghdad said it will
f forcibly expel Iraq from Kuwait. attend a summit only if it can have a say in the agenda
Senate Democratic leader George Mitchell of and that the order sanctioning the dispatch of Arab
Maine said there was also "extensive discussion" of troops to the gulf is rescinded.
additional moves through the United Nations, where Mubarak last month rejected a Soviet call for a new
the United States may seek a resolution authorizingthe summit, arguing that if there was no specific agendait
air this Nov.
fresh 15.
use of force against Iraq.In might evolve into a shouting match between pro- a try
the Middle East,pro-Kuwaiti states such as Saudi Iraqi and pro-Kuwaiti delegates.
Arabia said a new summit, as proposed by Morocco's Egypt has not officially responded to Hassan's GREATAMERICANSMOKEOUT
King Hassan II,could only succeed if Iraq recognized summit call, and only three members of the Arab
resolutions passed at an Arab gathering in Cairo on League-the Palestine Liberation Organization,Jordan I
IAMERKAN
Aug.10, eight days after Iraq invaded Kuwait. and Mauritania have accepted. *

. Poland, Germany sign key border treatyWARSAW T SOCIm.CANCER


Poland (UPI) Poland and Germany Foreign Minister Krzysztof Skubiszewski and his
signed a historic treaty Wednesday making final and German counterpart, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, initialed
permanent their post-war border and opening a new the document in the spacious Hall of Columnsof
era of improved relations.By the Council of Ministers.
signing the treaty,Germany formally recognizedthe The signing ceremony came less than a week after
border established 45 years ago on the Oder- German Chancellor Helmut Kohl met with Prime THURSDAYNITE
Neisse rivers and acknowledged its loss of its eastern Minister Tadeusz Mazowiecki at the border in a move
territories, which were ceded to Poland after World seen as a German concession that could boost Ma-
War II.The. zowiecki's presidential bid against Solidarity trade
document has only three pages and contains union founder Lech Walesa.
four articles.The articles confirm the"final character"of Kohl originally had insisted that the signing be held
the existing border, renounce any territorial claims after the Dec. 2 elections for the Bundestag, Ger
by the parties and confirm their territorial integrityand many's parliament,on the grounds that a border treaty
sovereignty.The could be signed only by the government of a united
Bonn government also has promised to makeit Germany.The 9PMI"SIDE
easier for Poles to obtain visas to Germany, another signing ceremony took less than two minutes.
long-sought goal of the Polish government. Afterward, a sober Genscher held out his hand to his
Poland previously signed normalization treaties smiling Polish counterpart as an audience of govern-
with its former Eastern Bloc partner East Germany in ment ministers, including Mazowiecki, broke into
1950 and with West Germany in 1970. But Wednes- applause.The OUT
day's treaty resolves once and for all the security treaty"is a portentous step by our peoples and
question for Poles,whom for decades lived in fear that for Europe's future," Genscher said. "It is a manifes-
another German army might march across the bordertto tation of our responsibility for peace in Europe and
claim pre-war land. has a historical and European dimension." INSIDETHE


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reviewed their secret flight plans and relaxed fuel loading about 10:30: am. Thursday.The .
Wednesday as the shuttle's blacked-out countdown exact launch time is secret-NASA will only
ticked smoothly toward launch Thursday night to puta say Atlantis is scheduled to take off between 6:30: p.m.
spy satellite into orbit. EST and 10:30: p.m.-but reliable sources have said
Air Force meteorologists, who initially predicted a lift off is planned for 6:46: p.m. and that the shuttlecan
70 percent chance of a delay because of high winds be launched as late as 8:12: p.m. if necessary.
and rain,revised their forecast Wednesday and called The goal of the 37th shuttle mission also is classi.
for a 60 percent chance of favorable weather at launch fied,but Atlantis'five-man all-military crew reportedly HER/
time Thursday. plans to deploy an advanced photoreconnaissancesatellite
Work at pad 39A proceeded smoothly into its final that could be used to monitor military activi-
hours Wednesday with no major problems that would ties in the Persian Gulf region. MILL BAKERY,
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planned by the Air Force and NASA. co-pilot Frank Culbertson, 41; Charles Gemar, 35; 6791 Newberry Rd
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tracking." cers,originally were scheduled to take off in mid July,
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By BETH REDFORD Engineering a surplus gradu- cause economy frequently fluctuates."I
Alligator Writer engineers. UF hopes to increase under- ates caused the journalism salary to de- think you have to feel like you're calledto
graduate enrollment in engineering becausethe crease. With more graduates than jobs your profession or committed to it,"Ter-
The future for engineering majors looks world gets more technical every day, he available, companies don't have to pay as hune said."You either live with the financial
rosy, but journalism majors may find them- said. much. constraints that are there, or you change
selves waiting tables after graduation, UF "We have a difference of seven students Terhune said even the best journalism majors."
adminstrators said. from last year in our undergraduate pro- students have trouble getting jobs today Junior Caroline Montanus analyzed the
According to the recently released"Salary gram," Bevis said. "We want to reverse the because a slowdown in the economy caused salaries of journalism and public relations
Survey," starting salaries for engineers in- trend and graduate more engineers than in "hiring freezes"at major newspapers. personnel before choosing public relationsas
creased slightly in the past year,and startingpay previous years. There's just a tremendous Bevis said students should consider many her major."I .
for journalists fell. opportunity for them." factors when choosing a career. Starting looked at the salary of reporters and
The survey was based on jobs offered to Although the number of engineering stu- salaries look attractive,but the more mature decided it was too low,"Montanus said.
students graduating between Sept. 1, 1989, dents decreased this year, the number of person plans for the future and looks at Salary is not a priority for education junior
and Aug. 31,1990.Herbert journalism students increased. salaries a few years down the road. Dell Smith, who said she wants to "shapethe
A. Bevis,professor and associate James L Terhune, professor and associ- Students should not base career choiceson youth of America," despite teachers'
dean for academic affairs at UF's College of ate dean of the College of Journalism and financial concerns, Terhune said, be- traditionally small paychecks."AHAHAHA."AHAHAHA"AHA."AHAAH.



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Crew is going to venture back into the town that threat-

ened to arrest them during their last Central City per-

formance.

Maybe this visit will be more peaceful than some of

their recent Florida performances. The group was

charged with obscenity in Broward County, but a jury ac- Football & its political connection

quitted them, saying the performance had political and ar- -

tistic value. About three weeks ago, opinion polls in Arizona
Let's hope State Attorney Len Register doesn't try to showed most voters there favored making Martin Ed Scales

bring more fame to Gainesville by threatening to arrest Luther King Jr.'s birthday a state holiday. The issue O N POLITICSprolifer
was put to Arizona's voters last Tuesday via a state-wide
the group. He has the opportunity. referendum.

Although Martinez asked Attorney General Bob Butter- Before the vote, however, NFL Commissioner Paul who threatened Floridians that unless they
worth to launch a state-wide investigation against the Tagliabue threatened Arizona voters that if they defeated re-elected Gov.Martinez,Tampa would lose thisyear's
group, Butterworth said such activities should be left up the referendum, he would take the necessary Super Bowl? What if Tagliabue supported ERA and
made a similar threat to the Florida Legislature, coercing
to individual counties. Sort of leaves the issue open, does- steps to move the 1993 Super Bowl from Phoenix. ERA's passage? Or what if Tagliabue didn't likeFlorida's
n't it? Such a move would cost Phoenix an estimated $200-()(
$300 million in Super Bowl-related revenue. state bird? You get the picture.
Register didn't arrest 2 Live Crew during their last Arizona's didn't take Yes, Tagliabue's cause is noble. But so is that of
voters
kindly to Tagliabue'spolitical
Gainesville concert, and we hope he repeats his silence. I extortion, and voters who had previously.told the University of Virginia football team,which decidedto
boycott the Fiesta Bowl, also held in Arizona. The
pollsters they would vote for the referendum voted
distinction is that UV A's choice was made-far more
against it. The referendum failed last Wednesday.
Fair warning prudently as a protest, after Tuesday's vote.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a great civil-rights ITVA is exercising a right to expression, while
leader, and there's nothing the Arizona electorate evil
Tagliabue exercised coercion fiat-an
political by
UF has been criticized for of asbes- could do his
its
some campus to mar legacy. What's really disturbing so atrocious that even a noble cause can't justify it.
tos removal, including allowing portions of the dangerous here, though, is the dangerous precedent Tagliabueset I
is wantsto
guess politics everywhere, and if the NFL
one that makes a mockery of America's
material to be exposed. But a new twist in the democratic fundamental establish a policy that Super Bowls can only be
that
tenet,
votes always should be
asbestos controversy came up a couple of weeks ago. cast free of any coercion.This is the only way to assure played in states that are "politically correct"accordingto
Asbestos was removed from some sites in Dauer Hall, that the people's voice truly is heard. Tagliabue's personal agenda, then it certainly can.
but the work done in self-contained that .But by the same token, Arizona's voters can't be
was areas re- Tagliabue injected himself into local politics, at- criticized for what they
collectively telling Tagliabue
main closed-off until they pass safety inspections. The offi- tempting to replace citizens'political agendas with his think of his policy. .

cials in charge of the project said they chose not to givea own, and using "vote this way, or else..." tactics. That's Ed Scales is a third-year law student, was last year's.

detailed warning about the removal because no one pure simple coercion. .student body president and served on the Florida Board
would come in contact with the areas. Think of the precedent. What if Tagliabue were a of Regents in 1987-88.

Some of the professors who work in Dauer Hall said uITEAS T O THE EDITOR

they deserve to have been notified of the removal.We SG shouldn't your tuition money for his Nov. 6 dren unable to continue their sym-

agree with them. Even if their offices aren't near speech. bolic act of struggle in front of

the removal sites, they have the right to advance noticeso have hosted RabinEditor That is quite an amazing fee critical foreign news cameras.I .

they can leave the building if they want :The students at the Univer- when one looks closely at Rabin's personally am outraged that
appalling resume.He was Ministerof Student spends my
of Government
sity Florida
After all, people have a right to be nervous when they violations in South oppose Africa human-rights by Defense for Israel during the first tuition money to bring a racist war
hear about asbestos being exposed near them. The.insu- porting economic sanctions against sup- 2 1/2 years of the Intifada, the criminal to campus. As I I'was dis-
lating material has been linked to various forms of cancer- that country. unarmed Palestinian uprising. Dur- tributing literature on Mr. Rabin

e cer, and it is in many of UF's buildings. These same students claim to ing forces this period, Israeli defense before his speech, a young man
If asbestos removal be behind U.S.troops in Saudi Arabia reported that more than 800 threw the flier I had given him at
f isn't going to put anyone in dan- Palestinian civilians were shot, me and said, "As far as I'm concerned

ger, UF should put the building occupants' minds at ease. pressed that people are fighting by demanding for an that op- gassed 60,000 were or beaten injured.to death.Another ,"Rabin can kill more of youpeople.

Kuwait be restored as an independent Rabin .
violated
the
Fourth Geneva
r alligator nation. At the same time, Convention by Are the students at the Univer-
Editor, 1.7 million Palestinians live undera more than 400 homes and destroying deport- sity of Florida willing to condone
Judy A. Plunkett brutal Israeli occupation in the ing 90 people from their homeland, Rabin's actions and the hate mongering -
i West Bank and Gaza Strip. making him attitudes he represents?Are
Managing Editor Opinions Editor a war criminal by in-
Instead of condemning this blatant let their money be
ternational law. Rabin also they content to
be
M.D. Cumella Reslier can
Jacqueline
r racist transgression againstthe credited with the instigation of spent sponsoring torture, murder
Palestinians, the University of "Broken Bones" policy in the and destruction? If the answers to
Letters
Policy occupied
Florida was host to one of the these we have
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10) page). They should be most territories. In effect, Rabin or- questions are yes
.
typed double-spaced end signed. They should Include I typed name, address and telephone tyrannical figures of this occupa- dered that the arms of child given up a lot more than $15,000.SMClra
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have' any) questions call tion, Yitzhak Rabin. Student Gov- caught any Samaan
the editorial page editor at 3764458. throwing stones be immediately
ernment paid at least
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ATHLETESfrom unsatisfactory academic records
page 1 extra remedial courses may put
them over 80 hours before they
he said. finish mandatory classes,Denslow
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4 the athletes were not taking said throwing in the compe-
courses that lead to a major," tition from community college students
:', Denslow said. "What would be re- who are guaranteed
Claiborne ally bad is if the University was admission to Florida public univer-
exploiting the athletes."I sities,also can push athletes out of
would be worried about the spots in upper-division colleges."It's .
athlete who is not Emmitt Smith." not fair to all our native
Denslow said he also wondered students, including the athletes,"
how'UF should protect some ath- Denslow said.Professor .
for men. y letes from the 80-hour rule,which Jones said part of
requires students to be admitted to today's task force meeting at the
a UF college by the time they've Norman Hall conference room is
completed 80 credit hours. closed to the press because the
For athletes admitted to UF with records of specific studentathleteswill
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r BY CHRISTIAN FuNFHAUSEN work to date, tense and seething throughout.As .

He's seeing monsters. He's losing his mind and he ,.J. an entity the album is perhaps even less
feels it's going. f i accessible than most of Skinny Puppy's other work
A voice from a nightmare, maybe. Words that ./ \ ,: Still, the music wasn't designed for broad-based
disorient and cause uneasiness at least. Or Is this ,' appeal, Key says. "We've always claimed It's not for
)o something from "Applied Abnormal Psychology 101" everyone and for people to make up their own minds
# Not quite, but close. : ,: n' (The music's) like scream therapy."
On the new album, Too Dark Park Vancouver's The album opener, "Convulsion," begins with the
1 Skinny Puppy has opened Pandora's box, revealing sample that appeared at the beginning of the article,
(" much of the darker side of humanity. The band runs which leads into Ogre's unnerving chants. The track
''u the razor's edge between the terror of reality and ;!1 I comes to the end of Its seizure with another sample
t, Imagination, often blurring the two. 'He sure is intensely, extremely, terribly uncom.
It Some feel that Skinny Puppy's music reflects a sort fortable" as Ogre shrieks "Sure ... all n. right In
of skewed personal Insanity apparent in the band's IY the background. Such dark humor sets the mood for
A' Sh the remainder of the album.
less rhythms. The first single, ""Tormentor the most accessible
ranged from track. A lyrical sample: "mental shock/ disturbed
lines from the thoughts rotting/ relentless and leaning.
{ A Clockwork Orange n Other cuts, such as "Morpheus Laughing," recall
However to VIVIsectVl and Rabies themes. "All experiments prove
method in this not need/ the well-established greed/ and pain
turbing voice of a KEVIN WESTENBERG inflicted on the_ animal model/ still nothing.
driven to the brink Puppy promises a show stranger than anything "
Another outstanding cutNature's Revenge, Is a
ster of its own ever Imagined. dark, moody piece about misdirected lives. It ends
Some would eerily with some lines from "Blade Runner." Scared?
trial" band, a term with hydrochloric acid every morning.
... you really are?
like Throbbing 1988's VIVIsectVT, revealed a new side of the band
Too Dark Park ends as powerfully as it begins with
bauten. "Industrial" it was both more overtly political in tone and
"Reclamation Instrumental that churns into a
with heavy around the than albums
edges previous fury of noise and ends abruptly with an atomic blast
and Nine Inch Nails.
While Skinny Puppy had dealt with themes in the followed by a howling wind.
That moniker no ranging from drug abuse to religion, the band One might expect a band so deep In silicon chips
Puppy's keyboardist VIVTsectVI in part to voicing Its concerns and software to put on a show with people pushing
labeling something' vivisection (surgically operating on live animals buttons, the obligatory smoke machine and a light
way now past is a direct- further scientific knowledge). show. In short, a real bomb.

all those things. Rabies, released in 1989, was a radical departure Think again. Live Skinny Puppy Is gripping often
era, the everything they had done before, partly due to almost terrifying, confrontational performance art
Listening to Too influence of Chicago noise-terrorist producer Al centered around music. The band's shows Incorpo-
looking at yourself The album was less synthesized and rate many multi-media effects and tend to reflect the
everything is out of on guitars. Rabies also dealt with a number band's "addiction" to horror films. Expect to step into
this way. Key says, controversial subjects like the Exxon Valdez oil something like a Clive Barker movie fear, blood,
the world ... It's re "Hexonxonx"" and the student uprising in guts and all.
u beings ... back to Square on Tin Omen. Skinny Puppy has its own advice: "Be prepared to
Too Dark Park is According to Key, 'there are* some pure Puppy enter a world stranger than you have ever Imagined.
tion" since its 1984 (on Rabies) but.. it was like a holiday for Skinny Puppy will bring its Jright show to Central(
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Child's Plata ((378-2434)) Rocky V
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Death; Quigley Down Under Rescuers Down Under (opens (opens FrI); The Hot Spot;Mem-
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Cinema N Drafthoute ((376- Fri): Three Men and a Little phis y
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of July (Frl Sat); MetropolisSun
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Red Hot and Bluer And The Thompson Twins deliver the album's
f $it
>en< their hilarious droll of
The songs of Cole Porter epitomized wit and sophistication highlight with cover "Who
for a generation of music lovers. Showcasedin a Wants To Be A Millionaire?" ("Who wants to be a

landmark musicals like Anything Goes and Kiss millionaire/I don'tHave flashy flunkeys ev'ry-
Me Kate, they set a marvelous standard that few where/I don'tWho wants the bother of a country
> composers even attempt to match. estate/ country estate Is something I'd hate.:)

This album Is a tribute to Porter's enduring legacy, A string of other fine performances and lavish
as well as an attempt to raise money and awareness packaging make Red Hot and Blue an unqualified
', about AIDS It's a fitting choice for two reasons. First, r success. It will be accompanied by a television special
I'" Porter's tunes about love are whimsical, pointed anda airing on World AIDS Awareness Day Dec. 1 that will
bracing antidote. showcase music videos of these songs directed by

But good Intentions don't guarantee a good album, some of the top directors around.
as anyone who has listened to We Are The World I4A D r ,
BY MICHAEL GILTZ
recently will attest. Happily Red Hot and Blue is a

I thoroughly entertaining marriage of pop musiciansand '
Porter's standards.The .
approaches of these artists fall into two camps Styx

those who tackle the songs In a modern or Edge of the CenturyFive
traditional setting, and those who use Porter's lyrics
tracks Into Edge of the Century the first
and melodies as a starting point for their own
studio effort from Styx In seven years everythingstarts
.
Improvisation.The to make sense. At first, It's all a little frustrat-
successful of the former include k.d. lang,
more ing, because for the first 20 minutes of this very
who aches and her "So In Love"
moans way through really and "Tell me more." uneven album, nothing sounds at all like Styx.
with convincing pain and David Byrne, who turnsDon't
Debbie Harry and Iggy Pop trash their way into OK. two of the more hyperactive numbers the
Fence Me InInto ,
a pounding pulsating
"Well Did You Evah" with delicious abandon, and album's first single, "Love Is the Ritual," and the title
declaration of freedom.Of .
Tom Waits growls and rasps "It's All Right With Me. track-sound a little like the group's last disastrous
the latter, Neneh Cherry and The Jungle Brothers By all rights, his tortured vocals should have slippedInto single, "Music Time," from Caught in the Act but they
use "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "I Get A self-parody by now. But the Jungle-like grunts don't sound like the Styx we'd expect.By .

Kick" respectively to make explicit warnings about and groans that provide the arrangement for "It's All the fifth track, the acoustic, almost a capella
the dangers of sex without a condom. Cherry's songis Right are so amusing that it works yet again. "All In a Day's Work," we see that these songs aren't

especially effective when It turns Porter's couplet Not every song is so successful. Annie Lennox's supposed to. This 11th album from the-age-old bandis

"Use your mentality/ Wake up to reality" Into good sweetly dull version of -Every time We Say Goodbye" a deliberate departure. It's a conscious turn Into

advice. slows things down. U2's smoky, mysterious take on more than one sound and a random collection of

But because of the great humor In Cole Porter's "Night and Day Is good enough, but It's certain to routine songs aimed at the broadest possible market.

songs, the most enjoyable versions here are also the gain more of an edge when performed live. And Aztec Looking back at the group's earlier work It's hardto
funniest. The Fine Young Cannibals deliver a Camera's Holiday Inn Jazz framing for"Do I Love You"is believe It's been 10 years since Paradise Theatre.

stripped-down, funky version of "Love For Sale; the a tepid finale. That album, which marked Styx's peak as a commercial
story of a prostitute. As Roland Gift soars through But the hits far outshine the misses. "Miss Otis titan of 70s album-oriented rock, took us all by
lines like, "Love for saleAppetizing young love for Regrets," the story of a spurned lover who murdersIn surprise with Its socially conscious look at a reces.
aleLove that's fresh and still unspoiled/ Love that's broad daylight simply Isn't a very good song. But sion-plagued America. It was an admirable and successful
only slightly soiled," a sassy woman in the back Kirsty MacColl and The Pogues have great fun pairingit step Into the 80s, and it's the last bit of solid
ground keeps interrupting with comments like, "Oh up with the classic klss.offJust One Of Those work that Styx may ever claim.

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bum's lack of spirit. In the past, he led this group,
< '. but he now takes a back seat to Burtnick in writing
and recording. He's satisfied with a token effort in
front of the mikes and a major effort behind them as
producer "Show me the way," he sings repeatedly on
one song. Someone do Styx a favor and take him up

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Maybe it's something in the air. But loose rock'n'rollis
a hot item this fall. Between Neil Young's guitar
rampage on Ragged Glory and the release of yet
another live Grateful Dead album, the members of
I, the Hindu Love Gods picked a fine time to release
their 1987 unrehearsed recording sessions.
But who the hell are the Hindu Love Gods? Take
Peter Buck. Mike Mills and Bill Berry from R.E.M.,
add musician Warren Zevon, stir in a touch of blues
covers, and there you go. It's loose, it's fun and it's
definitely different. Sorry, folks. You won't find any
most obvious problem with the group's new original songs. The Love Gods cover tunes from old The best track by far is the cover of Prince's
album is Its new member, Glen Burtnlck(also Shaw's bluesmen like Robert Johnson and Willie Dixon and "Raspberry Beret"on which the guitar rhythms most
replacement). In his acoustic ballad, Burtnlck proveshe contemporary artists like Prince and the Georgia closely resemble R.E.M.The cover of Woody Guthrie's
can muster Shaw's wistful tenor, which will be Satellites. "Vigilante Man fares well with Buck's echo-like
convenient when tours and Shaw stand- guitar and Zevon's American Old West harmonica.
Styx plays Zevon's low voice doesn't vary from song to song,
ards like "Blue Collar Man" and Too Much Time on but it's funny to hear him try. His guitar'playing, When the Love Gods incoherently end the song,
bassist Mike Mills "Is that the end?"
My Hands. But Burtnick's own style, clear on songs especially on "Mannish Boy: scratches and whines asks.
like "Love Is a Ritual" and the title song, is simplytoo like Jimmy Page. Guitarist Peter Buck Isn't drowned
pumped-up. out but his playing is reduced to rhythm roles on "It is now'" Zevon and Buck reply.
most of the songs.
Edge of the Century does boast a few bright moments Hindu Love Gods kicks off with the one-two punchof It's great to hear an album with no real point. Hindu
Burtnlck and DeYoung look at a lonely young two Robert Johnson coversWalkln' Bluesand Love Gods show how Warren Zevon and members of
woman In"All in a Day's Work." "Turning pages while Travelin Riverside Blues Zevon sings the latter R.E.M. had some fun in the studio back in '87. The
the memories pass/ Familiar faces from her senior with full force, making the lyrics about phallic refer- album Is nothing like what either Zevon or R.E.M.
classHow the years go by when it's all In a day's ences of lemons all the better. Drummer Bill Berry has done before. I don't know. It's got to be somethingin
work." DeYoung always could turn trite romance into grabs the spotlight on Robert Shad's "Junko Pard- the air.
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i Thursday, Oct. 18, 11:31: p.m.: As Hetch Hetchy
winds Its way through Its last few songs Club Gravityis I
packed. When the band finishes, a large percentage
1." t of the crowd files outside to get some fresh air or
V, around the corner to Rev. But shortly after midnight,
1" 4 the club Is packed again as NDolphin prepares to
('" play.
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(r''I'' square establishment. The tables are pale wood
'r',; topped with black and white tile. The surrounding
art looks like the Infusion of a canned progressive
;, bar with ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics.
(' Gravity's owners Jay Cousino, who graduated from
'" UF last spring, and David Spencer, a UP student
taking the semester off to open the bar. proudly say,
:: We fixed It up ourselves. River Phoenix and the rest
,,0 of Aleka's Attic as well as drummer Josh Green's
1\s father, Ken Green, helped build the stage. All of
Gravity's employees lent a helping hand during the
bar's pre-opening stage. Jessica Hehr, a Thursday
night bartender, did the artwork for Gravity's ads,
signs and T-shirts.
Cousino says Gravity will find Its niche In Gaines S.F '46 Y .
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,I seem to have a certain night. TERRY TOWERY
I""" Gravity Is apparently trying for Thursday. In the The TONE UNKNOWN Is one of many stellar local bands to stomp on Gravity's stage.He .
., six weeks since the bar opened. Aleka's Attic. Hetch
the Tone Unknown, Chlx, The
Hetchy Mutley seems to be right. Gravity has packed the houseon In other local clubs.
Youngies, Sinan Bane Subject, Tongues of Ecstasy,
Thursday nights with little advertising. The is that to be
Nomadic Orphans, Plewackit and NDolphin-all have biggest problem Thursday seems
I" played Gravity on Thursday nights.It Gravity Is more than just another venue for bandsto the bar's only big night. So Gravity is experimentingwith
may seem surprising that a new bar Is able to play. Audiences would be hard pressed to find a a number of different things. On Tuesdays, DJ
book some of Gainesville's most notable bands so spot where the band Isn't in good view. Although Jonas (formerly The Big Buddha) spins what flyers
soon after opening, but Spencer isn't surprised at Gravity is an 18-and-older bar, the crowd isn't bill "Industrial-slash-hardcore-slash( wrist) and
all. While doing some research on the probability of predominantly younger college students. best of all, no house (music).* During other early
successfully opening a bar in Gainesville, he spoke The clientele can best be described as a meltingpot. week nights, Gravity is available for private parties.As .
with members of NDolphin and the Tone Unknownand There are both younger and older college stu- for Friday and Saturday nights, the DJ plays
discovered that bands are always looking for dents, as well as a significant representation of mostly alternative music. Cousino and Spencer are
y somewhere to play. Gainesville's 'flower power" types donning full '60s considering regularly booking bands on the week-
:: There seems to be room for someplace else besides garb. For bands Gravity's mammoth stage providessome ends because they have had the most success with
the Hardback and Rev," Spencer theorizes.TONIGHT. breathing room, unlike the small risers common live music.
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NICOLE SNEED When asked why he chose his VAX name, liberal

arts senior Matt Terrill the ankh
1 fingers shiny an
Click, click, mmmmmmm 'oo BEEPclick, cllckity
Egyptian sign for life hanging from a gold chain
click click BEEP mmmmmmmmmmmmm...
around his neck.
Beneath the dull beige walls and the cold grayish-
"When I was in high school, I got Into playing
blue computers of the PC lab, wouldn't
you expectto
adventure games, and that's where I learned about
find much life, love or laughs.But .
ankhs he says. "Egyptian art intrigues me."
here at UF's Center for Instructional Research
Now Terrill's friends know him as Ankh, creator of
Computing Activities ... clickety click ... you will.
GrafVax. GrafVAX is a system that allows users to
You'll find a weird subculture, an underground
draw on the computer screen and it includes a
network built by students and run by students that gallery where 120-odd designs are stored.
entertains students 24 hours a day. The system was
By editing the gallery Ankh ensures the entriesare
built through a computer mainframe called VAX, tasteful. He has turned down only one entry since
located in the Computer Science and Engineering
he created GrafVax more than a year ago. It was a
building on campus, and it's free to students.The 0 sign reading "EAT SHIT."

players call themselves VAXers. They all have 0'' "I just turned it down because it wasn't creative ..
handles, much like CBers. :
l tll'f i"i:;} but was rudehe says.
Andrew Wenzel Is a UP telecommunication production :;;; So what is the big attraction for students to speakto
junior who has been VAXing for two years. Once I ;: people they can't see?VAXers agree that it is easier
you meet him you understand his VAX name by the / f""r-Ft=;:--!:rfeY / for them to talk to people through the terminal

color of his hair Red. YdL 8 because it alleviates some social pressure, but It is

But there is also Blue Pink, Grim Reaper, Skates, :-- more than that.
Lady Strange and hundreds of others. There Is a mystery behind speaking to a faceless

VAXers talk to each other directly through the person. Getting to know someone Intimately without

CIRCA terminals on campus or on home computers. actually meeting them face to face is Interesting.

They debate, create stories and games and relay "We're all, in a way, a bunch of strangers, but we
The board Is used for frank often funny sex talks, "
around the world.
messages know each other well, Daedelus says.
but sometimes it
gets explicit.
Anyone can start a channel or one, Red
operate And meeting people after getting to know them Is
"One user used to take a Victorian novel and
says. Once you gain control, you can steer the porn fun, says Ankh, who met his most recent girlfriend
discussion and even kick people off the line. post excerpts from Itsays Red, scrolling four through VAXing
down. The lines of careen until he
screens type past
The most popular channel on the VAX is Manly's "We didn't actually meet in person for 2 or 3 days"
lifts his The reads
finger. screen :
Bulletin Board Service. MBBS was the brainchild of he says. "We just talked on the terminal. Then, one
Kevin McCuller, aka Monty, who began collaboratingwith She reaches up, puts her hand across the back of day we decided to meet for a blind lunch date"

other students four years ago to create It. Last your neck, pulls' you close, looks you in the eye and Ankh has worked as a BASIC consultant in the

year, upon graduation Monty bequeathed the pro- says, 'Now! CIRCA lab for four years and has VAXed just as long.
to co-author On the Philosophy board, users discuss intangible, the he's
gram a He says VAXers met through talking on the
Now liberal arts junior Chris Kotacka, aka ARCH thought-provoking topics. There Is a David Letter- terminal have become his social circle.

operates and maintains the twelve boards of MBBS. man-style top-10 board, a Manly/Bashing board a "It's definitely a social group" he says. "There's ..

The subjects ,vary. Some are funny; some are nasty; Story board, a Shorts/Sports board and a WVAX nothing formal about it."
Radio board where the DJ.
some are strange.The operator plays VAXers hang out together, Ankh says just like any
Brothel Is a slave board where VAXers are Gooooooood morning, UF1HII///// other common-Interest group on campus. But VAXers

bought and sold. Not for money, of course (we all Hello out there In Gatorland. This Is the Adrian Include a wide range of student types with a large

know how poor college students are), but for bids of Crom hour and I'll be taking requests. Here Is a variety of majors.

anything imaginable: a solar-powered flashlight, the long-distance call from Saudi Arabia. You're on the "It seems like the only thing we have in commonis

use of Dad's credit cards, Suwannee Swiftee Pink air. Who is this? the VAX," Ankh says adding that the group does

Hormone Liquid, fully motorized watermelons. Get HELLO! I'M BOB. more than speak to each other on the VAX.

the picture? What do you do, Bob? "We've gone caving and even skating once. If you

Manly's Sex Emporium board Is what the name I'M IN ARTILLERY!!!! get enough people involved, it becomes a VAX event.

Implies. Anything goes on this board. What would you like to hear, Bob? Logout: click click, clickBEEP.



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on sale Tuesday, Nov. 20. LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO-
Ticket sales will begin at 9 a.m. at the Gate 13 ticket window and continue until "Social in Mexicoof
QUIUM, Implications
4:30: p.m., or until the student allotment is sold out. Tickets will be sold on a first- Free Trade with
ty UF Information and Publications Services 355 a Bilateral Agreement
Tigers Hall and paid for at usual advertising rates to communicate come, first-served basis. the United States," by UF political science
official notices and important information to Only 1,500 student tickets are available. Students must present a student season professor Steven Sanderson, noon, 376
students(acuity and start Call 392 0166 lot information football card, validated fee card and picture I.D. Each person in line can purchase Grinter Hall.SUMMER .
only one student ticket, which costs $18 (cash only). A spouse card does NOT buyan STUDY IN GREECE info ses-
additional ticket. Lost or stolen tickets cannot be replaced. of
sion led UF associate professor
outside of Gate 13 is Students to line early must by
Camping prohibited. desiring up academic ad-
and study
Apply By Dec. 1 do so inside the stadium. Gate 14 will open at 7 a.m., and students will be seated visor classics Karelisa foreign Hartigan, 4 p.m., 203 lit-
will be available.
beginning at row 33. Restrooms and public telephones tle Hall.

For Legislative HUMANITIES COUNCIL LECTURE,
"Perceptions of Islam in the West,"by UF
Intern John Grigsby Named Interim Department of Religion Chairman Azim

ProgramStudents Nanji, 7:30: p.m., Thomas Center, 302

may apply now for the Florida Chair Of Music DepartmentJohn N.E. 6th Avenue.UNIVERSITY JAZZ. BANDS concert,

House of Representatives 1991-92 Legis-- directed by Gary Langford, 8:15: p.m.,
Staff which
lative Internship program Grigsby, professor and assistant ti L University Auditorium.
allows participation in legislative and chairman in UF's Department of Music, FLORIDA PLAYERS' OPENING ofShakespeare's
public policy formation for 35 graduate has been named interim chairman of the "The Merchant of Ven-

students.Interns combine academic and at department by the dean of the College of JOHN GRIGSBY ice," 8:15: p.m., Constans Theatre, con-
study
Fine Arts effective immediately. tinues nightly through Nov. 17 and from
least 20 hours per week of legislative and Joined Dec. 1. Tickets free to
Grigsby succeeds Professor Chair- UF'i Nov. 27 through ,
research training and are appointed for 15 a man Joel Stegall, who left UF in Augustto Music UF students and$6.50 for general public,
,
12-month period beginning August become vice president for academic af- available at University Box Office in Reitz
The is $900 and Faculty
1991. stipend monthly fairs at Shenandoah College and Conser- In 1967 Union, 9:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays.
to 36 hours of coursework.
pays up
vatory in Winchester, Virginia.
Students from all will be FRIDAY
majors con-
Grigsby has been a music professor at UF
sidered. must meet the follow- CLUB wine and cheese
Applicants UF FACULTY
since 1967, was director of choral activities -
ing requirements: from 1974 to 1988, and has served as assis- Grigsby, a vocalist and specialist in tasting party, 7:30: to 9:30: p.m. at
.Must be a Florida resident or attendinga tant chair since 1988. He holds a doctoratein choral and church music, has conducted, Museum Services, Inc., 1220 Veitch St.,
Florida school. education from Columbia University and UF, civic and professional groups in per- $7.50, nonalcoholic beverages available.Call .
.Must have an undergraduate degree by bachelor's and master's degrees in music formances and clinics throughout Florida 378-2726 or 392-5965 for reservations.
August 15, 1991. from Ohio State University. and the United States. UF INDIAN STUDENT ASSOCIA-
Cannot have served as a House TION concert, features music on sitar and
legislative staff employee since August 16, tabla, 7:30: p.m., Hippodrome State
1989. Sign Up Now For CIRCA's Non-Credit Theatre. Tickets, $5 with fee card and$10
Cannot be a first-year law student dur- for general public, at door. Call 372-3195,

ing the internship. End-Of-Semester Computer ClassesUF's .378-8390, 378-2328 for information.
Applications are available from Dean OPENING RECEPTION for "Seductive

James Scott, Office for Student Services, Center for Instructional and Research Computing Activities is offering non-credit Deceptions: The Theatrical Image,".
129 Tigert Hall, and from Gail Albritton, computer classes for students during fall term.The classes meet in the CIRCA microcom- features new directions in: }photography,
Program Administrator, 317-A The puter XT lab in 211 Computer Sciences and Engineering Building. Each class is limitedto 8 p.m., University Gallery, S.W.13th St.
Capitol, Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300, or 22 students and will provide hands-on experience IBM PC/XT/ computers. Continues through Dec. 16, 10 a.m. to 8
call((904))487-2390. All applications must Class admission tickets, which cost $15, are available from the University Box Office }p.m. Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday -
be mailed to Albritton's office by Dec. 1. from 9:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Tickets may be exchanged but cannot be refunded.All through Friday, 1 to 5 p.m. Saturdayand
course materials will be provided. November and December classes are as follows.
Tickets For Annual INTRODUCTION TO DOS-Section Dll: Nov. 26 and 28,9:35: to 11:30: a.m. Intendedfor MFA SHOWS OPENING, features ser-
users with little or no previous computer experience. ies of shows by UF art department MFA
Madrigal DinnersOn INTRODUCTION TO WORDPERFECT-Section W13: Nov. 27 and 29,12:50: to 2:45: candidates David Olson(sculpture), Doug
p.m.; Section W14: Dec. 4 and 6, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. Intended for users with no ex- Whittle (printmaking), Cynthia Daudefl

Sale At JWRUTickets perience using a word processing program. (painting) and Kathy Scaggs (ceramics),
INTRODUCTION TO LOTUS 1-2- -Section L13: Dec. 3 and 5, 7:20: to 9:10: p.m. 8 p.m., Focus Gallery, 302 Fine Arts

for the 17th annual Intended for users with no experience using a spreadsheet program. Building C. Continues through Dec. 20,
Madrigal 8 to 11:45: a.m. and 1 to 4:45: p.m.
Dinners, which run Nov. 27 through Dec.
1 at 7 p.m. in the Reitz Union Ballroom, Graduating Seniors With Loans Must Meet weekdays.

are on sale from 9:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. MONDAY
weekdays at the University Box Office inside Dec. 14 Deadline For Exit InterviewsGraduating SUMMER STUDY IN YUCATAN info

the Constans Theatre. session, led by UF associate professor of
The popular annual holiday dinners take seniors with National mail for times between 8:30: a.m. and 2 anthropology and foreign study academic
'. diners baCk to medieval times to be guestsof Defense, National Direct, Perkins, Health p.m.} Monday through Friday. Students advisor Allan Burns, 4 p.m., 2336 Turlington -
"The Lord of Misrule" and his court. Profession, College-awarded or other long- should contact the financial services officeif Hall.
Minstrels and jugglers in full costume will term loans must complete an exit interview an appointment change must be made. NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES SEMINAR,
provide musical and comedy entertainment.The prior to graduation. Exit interviews for Students who have received Guaranteedor "Mechanisms by Which Nutrients Affect
menu for the medieval celebration is those graduating in December must be Federally Insured Loans must completea the Progression of Renal Failure,"by Joel
fit for a king and includes dishes such as completed by Dec. 14 at the Office of Stu- loan counseling session prior to leaving Kopple, M.D., UCLA Medical Center Di-
wassail bowle, roast ribs of beef, Yorkshire dent Financial Services, 200 HUB. inter- the University.Appointment notices will be vision of Nephrology, 4 p.m., R3-265
pudding and, for dessert, Yorick's folly. view appointments will be assigned by mailed by Student Financial Services. Health Science Center Academic Re-
Tickets, which are $14.95 for UF Students who are unable to attend eitherof search Building.
students and $19.95 for the general Campus Security Is the two sessions they are assigned UF SYMPHONIC BAND concert, con-
public, are sold on a first-come, first- should call 392-0737 to reschedule.
ducted by David Waybright, 8:15: p.m.,
. served basis.Novelist. Teleconference TopicUF's University Auditorium.

Steinbach ReadsOn Division of Student Affairs is ser- University Senate Meets

ving as a receiving site for a national, in- Advance RegistrationThru
In Hall
UF Campus TonightNovelist teractive videoconference on "Effective Today McCarty

and short story writer Meredith Approaches to Campus} Security" today The University Senate will hold its Friday{ In Tigert
from 2 to 4 in 349 Reitz Union.
.. Steinbach, who won the 1990 O. Henry p.m. November meeting at 3:30: p.m. today Advance registration for spring term
Panelists for the teleconference, whichis
Award, will read from her work tonightat in McCarty Auditorium. Agenda items continues from i 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and
free and to the include UF
public first
8 p.m. in 105 Fine Arts Building B. open include the conduct a proposed Friday in the basement of Tigert Hall.Registrar's .
Vice President for Student Affairs Art for
in:
policy faculty research
Steinbach, the author of novels Zara Office personnel: and counselors -
Sandeen, Southern Methodist University discussion
and Hen Lies the Water, writes about con- and of telephone registration will be on hand to assist.students
Vice President for Student Affairs
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temporary women a registration.
Caswell, Northeastern Dean of
University
sciences The
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questions
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sponsored by the UF English Department lege President John Slaughter. open registration can call the Registrar's OffIce,
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and Costello meet Dracula." They're 'Gothic." With Bauhaus-esque white some other so-called "alternative"
just too goofy to be taken seriously.How face paint and song titles like "R.I.P.," bands have done. Nik Fiend says he
frightening would the Munsters be "Dead and Buried" and "Haunted intends to continue making music on
if Herman sang, Lilly played keyboards House,* one would expect it to be his own terms with complete artistic
Grandpa the guitar, and Eddie serious, gloom-and-doom band. But control. Otherwise, he says, he mightas
ro thrashed about on drums? one listen to tracks like "Burger Bar well get "a real Job."
All right, that would be pretty scary. Baby" from the new album. Curse, and Fiend began writing music as a wayto
Since 1982 the Fiends, composed of one realizes Just how silly this band have something to listen to while he
the Fiend Clan of Nik Fiend Mrs. Fiend really is. painted. He has done much of the art
(I'm not making this up), Rat Fink Jr Real silly: "Comes from VenusOr is for Allen Sex Fiend's many album cov-
and Dr. Milton, have been cooking up it Mars?/ She's really bigWhen you're ers. Like his music, Fiends's artwork,
their own brew of circus dementia that talkin' brasBurger bar babyWith much of which has been displayed in
defies labeling. the big booble." galleries throughout the United King-
They've been called a "dance band" Not that "silly" is a trait that a band dom, was conceived in the realm of
but they have used guttural, rattling would want to avoid entirely. Not when comic book anti-heroes on the sets of
guitars, most notably on "I Walk the you make a career out it. If the Fiends tacky horror movies.
Line" and other early albums. have been serious, it's been in pumpingout Fiend says the band didn't really
They've also been called an "indus albums with such regularity that have conscious, clear-cut goals with
trial" band -who hasn't ? -but thereis you can set a watch by it. Beginningwith its early works as some new bands
a good deal of lyricism In Alien Sex Who's Been Sleeping In My Brain?, often do. "I wasn't aware of what we
Fiend's music without the mind- Allen Sex Fiend has put out a new were doing." he says, referring to Allen
smashing raw noise, percussion or at album every year since it began. Sex Fiend's emergence from one of
titude. The band has been surprisingly suc- London's sleaziest nightclubs, the Bat-
Nik Fiend says that he's tired of the cessful both in Europe and the United cave, In 1983.
music Industry's insipid categorizations. States each of its releases hit the The tour for the new album promisesto
KEVIN WESTENBERG "I don't like being a part of Top 10 in England despite the fact be a two-and-a-half extrava-
Look at that makeup. Check out the hair. somebody's movement. I've decided to that it has received virtually no radio ganza of the bizarre.
Psycho lives again. do me own thing,* he says with a airplay,except on A handful of college Alien Sex Fiend brings ghoulish
Cockney accent. stations. They do have catchy songs goofiness to Central City on Nov. 27.
Call them "pop/rock" Just to be on that keep your legs In motion. Tickets are$7 In advance and are avail
BY CHRISTIAN FuNFHAUSEN the safe side. Though Alien Sex Fiend has a long able at Central City, Ticket Master out-
Still, to add yet another comparative resume to its credit, the band has never lets, School kids' Records and Vamp.
Britain's Allen Sex Fiend are like sticker to the group, Alien Sex Fiend ventured onto the higher plateau of Combo tickets for both Skinny Puppy
Hollywood monsters like in "Abbott does seem to be, at first, highly multi-national record companies as and Alien Sex Fiend are $18.

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1/2 Jacob's Ladder It keeps the viewer in the same state
Lttchfleld. Royal Park that Jacob himself is in, unsure of
t Jacob's Ladder is a challenging dif where to turn next. Signs and symbolsare
frequent, and it's tough to figure
ficult film that sets up an elaborate
situation with little payoff. The film out how the story will be resolved.
does score a few points visually, The movie's ending only gives a cou-
dramatically, even theologically butit ple of answers to the multitude of ques-
r.A leaves a lot of blanks making it tions posed.
rather distant and cold. The cast works well with the material.
Tim Robbins stars as Jacob Singer, Robbins is appropriate, and quite good,
a Vietnam veteran who begins sufferingfrom as Jacob. Danny Alello (Do the Right
v bizarre (really bizarre) hallucinations Thing) Is excellent In his brief role as
years after he has returned home Jacob's chiropractor and close friend.
+ t from the war. Alello gives the role a tender, human
As the images become more brutal. touch and comes up with some of his
.. Jacob discovers that his other war bud- best work yet.
dies have been suffering from similar As for the rest of the film it doesn'tdo
hallucinations. Before long, he Is un- quite as well. Jacob's Ladder is
able to separate his life from the terrifying remarkably similar to Angel Heart. Both
visions, and he has difficulty films feature a character lost in an
putting his life back together. illusion, trying desperately to sort out
TRI.STAR PICTURES The film's narrative is a shambles his life. In addition, they both have
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leave viewers wondering for hours what trations of her thoughts about life. The townspeople's yearning for Roxy stems
the films mean. With a film like Jacob's film Is set In Clyde Ohio, a town fever- from their need to have something to ,IIIM
Ladder, It's Just as easy to blow it off ishly preparing for the arrival of Roxy do. Most significant Is Dinky's desire I l y hk
as It Is to try to search for the nonex- Carmichael, a woman who apparentlyhas for Roxy. the woman Dinky feels she
istent answers to Its many questions.BY made it big in' Hollywood after will be able to turn to for refuge. y

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One of the movie's funny aspects is tor Jim Abrahams' presentation of the
that Roxy is revered as the town's hero, townspeople Is too dumb to be acceptedas
Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael although none of the townspeople Is satire. Some may wonder how
LLtctfeld sure exactly what she has done to Dinky's parents after spending muchof
Near the beginning of Welcome Home become a star. Although many of the the film trying to send Dinky to a t
Roxy Carmichael Deton Webb (Jeff citizens are unrealistically goofy theyare school for social misfits, suddenly come
never too goofy to be enjoyed. to the realization that thier is
Daniels) explains to Dinky Bassetti (Wi- daughter
nona Ryder) that soon-to-be-returning Though funny at times, this film pro- a good kid who's a little "different.* 4 a
town legend Roxy Carmichael's favorite vokes more thought than laughter. "It's
flowers are dandelions because they'rewild good to want something," Dinky says, Ryder and Daniels offer enjoyable
and don't care where they live. "Me denying a kiss to a would-be boyfriend.This performances, and Abrahams does a
movie Is about and wonderful Job of getting the audienceto w
tool Dinky seems to scream In her headas wanting ac-
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Roxy's arrival. Welcome Home, Roxy DON SMETZER
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years
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Ryder plays a free-thinking off-beat, can't stop wanting the woman he
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raggedy-but-camplly-clad teenager never stopped loving. Dinky's parents
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plus complimentary hot and cold chef
selected I lore d' Oeuvres. Banquet facilities CHINESEJ's The Market Street Pub on the square. 11 SE 1st
available. Most major credit Original Pizza PalaceThe Enjoy fresh handcrafted import style Ave.372-9928.For 10 years offering the
cards accepted. Reservations not beers In a jovial English pub. Live en- best seafood in Gainesville. Blackened,
kind of place your friends would Broiled and Grilled. .Seafood Pastas
tertainment Fri Sat No ,
needed but for parties of six or more, evenings -
tell about. Homemade fresh
please call 373-0088.5220 S.w. 13th St., RestaurantChinese you pasta, cover.120 SW 1st Ave.377-2927.Lunch Bar-B-Que Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oys-
food 5-9 lunch baked lasagna &sauces made to order. ters Steak Chicken and
: delivery, pm; and dinner Quail. Try our
just south of Williston Rd. daily.
11-2:30: ;dinner 5-9 pm every day except Open every day'at 5pm. Corner of NW new Italian Spedalties. Nightly fresh
Tues. block to 23rd Ave. and 6th St.372-1546 The Mill seafood. All the
night. Only a campus. Bakery, Every Monday night:
Cafe Risque 1225 W. Univ. Ave. Chef J 10 yrs. exp. Eatery & Brewery Garlic,Mustard,Maryland Style Crabs
"DARINGLY CLOSE TO INDENC- 372-6666. You Can Eat!! Lunch M-P 11-3. Dinner
Full Bar,fresh brewed beer. Drink
ENCY." For ladies&gentlemen.A full Specials M-Sun. Now taking reservations.
4-7 Patio with
daily.
.. service 24 hr. restaurant featuring the Expanded

best burgers, from plain to gourmet, COFFEEHOUSE MEXICANAshley's live Oaks entertainment Mall Plaza, 331-0110.Wed.-Sat. bights. Scully's Seafood Place

Buffalo hot wings, steak &cheese subs Why make your wallet suffer when you ...
and a variety of full course meals, Including Mu hv's Pub have a desire for seafood? Scully's of-
stir-fry chicken,Salisbury steak Philosophy Store Mexican and Dally Specials fers plenty of quality seafood such as

6 fried shrimp. PLUS Cafe Risque- Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. American RestaurantButler Deli Sandwiches& Ice Cold Beerl! Crab Legs, Grouper, Catfish, Shrimp,
serves you a wonderful breakfast 24 hrsa Univ. of Billiards, Darts and Video Games.
Ave. 378-6370. In the tradition Scallops, dams and Stuffed Crab at
Plaza 375-4064.
day by a TOPLESS waitress. FEA- Jumbo Margaritas Hour 4-7 Live entertain-
Happy daily.
bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th prices you can afford. Nonseafooditems
TURING BEAUTIFUL NUDE FE- & 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by are our specialty! Open 7 days a ment 7-11 Fri. Open Mike Nite & Fea- also available. Lobster night
week. thru 11
MALE DANCERS FOR YOUR VIEWING the bean the brew. Monday Saturday am- tured Artists-every Friday. Mon.-
or by Espresso,Cap- every Tuesday night. Casual atmo-
1:15 and from 1
& DINING PLEASURE! There is : am Sunday pm-10:15:
& exotic coffees Thur. llam-12pm. Fri.-Sat. llam-lam.
puccino, numerous sphere. Open for lunch weekdays from
Hour 11 am-6
no cover charge after 11 pm on Sun & from the world over.Many varieties of pm. Happy daily pm. NW 34th St. across from YMCA pool. 11:30am: to 2:30: pm. Open Sunday
DAILY SPECIALS
Mon and after 2 am Tu-Sat. Our dancers : Sunday Jumbo 372-4751.
tea,too.lOam-lOpmMon-Sat.Sun 12-5. through Thursday from 5:00pm: to
Solid Gold $6.25 & Miller
dance for you until 12 pm Sun, 1 am Margaritas
Mon, 3 am Tu-Th & 4:20: Fr-Sat. STU- Genuine Draft 99t, Monday Long Is- Red Lion Tavern 10:00pm.: Open Friday and Saturday
DENT DAYS Sun & Mon, everythingis land Ice Tea Jumbos$575,Tuesday Sex Great food and fun. $3.50 pitchers 9 to from 5:00pm: to ll:00pm.: MC/VISA.
2031 NW 13th Street,3711811.SPANISH.
1 12 6 am Sun-4 am Tu.(studentID on the Beach Jumbos$575,Wednesday
price close Wed, Fri and all day Sat. Darts,
required.) NO COVER FOR FE- Jumbo Margaritas $4.75, Thursday all and foosball. Closed
I IA I Import Beers $1.25, Fajita Combo Din- pinball pool
MALE STUDENTS ANYTIME! (stu- Thanksgiving. 2413 SW 13th St. 378-
dent ID required.) 1 block west of 1-75 ner for 2 only $7.95 on Monday and 6320. ,
on Williston Rd! 336-1159. "WE DARE Tuesday. We accept Visa and Master
TO BARE." Card.


Ivey's Grill La ConchaThe

Great place for a date-cozy and Inti- Burrito Brothers flavor of Key West right here in

mate. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and din GOURMETToby's Taco Co. .. : Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American -

.. ner. Extensive menus with unique cre- Serving Gainesville since 1976. 100% Cuisine. M-F 11 am-8:30: pm. 4002
ations.Specializing in seafood,chicken vegetarian items available. Try our famous W.Newberry Rd.Plaza West 378-4002.
and pasta dishes. Sensually seductive CornerFine guacomole!Open 7 days until 10.
desserts, espresso, cappucino, beer, Dining and SpiritsA 16 NW 13th St. 378-5948.
wine list. Credit cards welcome. Open warm Country Inn setting featuring STEAKGreat
7 days, 6 ngihts. 3303 W,., Univ. Ave. uniquely prepared seafood, veal, El Toro
371-4839. steaks, fowl, and pasta specialities.
Tableside flambe' desserts and coffee Mexican Restaurant

J's RestaurantBreakfast drinks. Gainesville's best fine dining 1723 SW 13th Street. SEAFOOD Steaks

house 20 Serving experience at reasonable prices. Dinner Great Mexican Food.7 Days. Beef & SpiritsFor
years. served nightly from 5:30: pm. Lunch El Tore--and that's no bull!
8.00-2.30; : every day. One block to cam- served 11:30to the best steaks and prime rib in
Monday through Friday :
1225 W. Univ. Ave. 3726666.Rockin' Aw Shucks Seafood
pus. 230.: SUNDAY EVENING SEA- El Toro To Go Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
.0, FOOD BUFFET. Reservations FREE DELIVERY & TAKE-OUT. Ev- Restaurant and OysterBar charcoal grill or our chef will prepare

Robin'sFun recomended. 101 SE 2nd PI,behind the eryday llam-lam. 1203 SW 16th Ave, your dinner. .Chicken & Seafood tool!
Time Cafe Open 24 Hours Hippodrome Theater in the Downtown behind Players3748100La Open dally 5-10.2 For 1 well drinks &
Serving a great breakfast (and reason- Entertainment District. 375-7620 For over seven years serving some of dollar drafts from 5-7 pm. 6-Pound
ably priced, too0!) 24 hrs. a day) Plus MC/VISA/AMEX Fiesta the freshest gourmet seafood in challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 3734301.
great burgers, subs, hot wings, full- Gainesville. Lunch and dinner specials
course meals & old-fashioned "real" Mexican Restaurant change dally. Killer chicken wings,hot

v milkshakes! Free telephones on every For G-ville's newest authentic Mexican res-. crawfish dip, sauteed mushrooms and THAI
table so you may call your friends,take InformationRegarding taurant. Our family restaurants have onions with melted provolone and the
care of business or dial someone across been'serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. tastiest clam chowder. Full service bar
the dining room! Check out our choo Serving daily lunch specials 11am- with the tallest bar in town.We have it
choo train & 1952 Juke Box! For a fun Out On The Town, 2:30pm: &delicious dinner en tree's 510weekdays fresh and it's always good!! Check us Tim's Thai RestaurantBrings

time It great food, 24 hrs. a day, come Contact & 510.30 weekends. Comein out. In the Kash-n-Karry Shopping you the "Best Blend of the OrI-
to Rockin' Robin's! 1652 NW 13th St. Amanda Escobio It give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI. Center 4212 NW 16th Blvd. 372-0332. ent." Open Mon-Sat,Closed Sun.Visa

h across from Gainesville High. 378- 376-4482 (between Service Merchandise. & Mr. M-W 1130am-lamTh-F: 1130am-2am: MC, Mix, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-,
.. 0817.. Han's)332-0878. Sat 4pm-2am,Sun 4pm-11 pm. 5424.r '



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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.CHECK SUBLEASE: HSE/APT ROOMMATESPrivate ROOMMATES


1 FURNISHED THIS OUTI! SW 2 BR 1.5 BA. Unfurnished 2br 1 1/2 ba Close to UF & Room, 1 Bk to UF, Lock Mail box, 1 pars to lease own rm, pool, wash/dry

Washer/dryer/dlshwasher/cent $300 Shopping 345mo Lease thru Feb November cox cable, utilities Incl. Share cable, ./e, $188 + 1/4 util. WALK TO

KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060. 11184, Free. Call 3720120 after' 600: pm kitchen/bath $150mo, 3763291 or 491' CAMPUS, call BERGER 372.'1250 GGT
Homing Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop 2083 Beeper ,1128105'BRANDYWINE"'

all utll paid Inc. ae, 10 meals weekly, 1 bribe, lease up end of Jan w// option to 1br/lba unfurn at In The Pines Big F N/S for Spring In 2 bd/2.5 b apt.//nicely

parking laundry, $210' per mo., C.L.O. renew 4mo leases Move In today, only enough for two. $365/mo. available end furnished .xc.ptlor own room. Must be

117 NW 15th St. 3774269 1214621' 260mo., Nov. Only $'50. Call 336-6110. of fall term Call 377.'1597. ,111934' F n/s/ to share room neat200. Call 374.8428 leave message '

$UO/mo + 1/3 utilities 11.19.10.5Rockwood
OAKBROOK 2/2 (urn. and unfurn. Roommate Sublet large 2br unit in Summit House Oak Glade Apartments- 1 bdr/1/ ba, Call 376.2320 leave message

matching avail. Wash/dry/ From Unit ,l.21,. Call 378.9668.DI.countl! 11. near Shands 1 1/2 months free rent Villa. N/S for luxurious fully

$ 82.50. Diversified Properties, REAL. $250/mo/ Call Rose 376.2507. 11-165' Liberal F/M/ for own room In apt 2 blks to turn 3 bd/3 ba condo. $235/mo + 1/3"

TOR. 373.8375 or 378.8090. 121429- This months rent FREEI 1 bdrm studio UF $170+sd Should like cats, smokers mil All am'nIIllI. Call 335-9124. 11.

apt. Nice, close to campus 295mo. Call Sublease ibr/lba/ $350 per mon starting 375.1274 alter 6pm. 11.1635

Bdrm, private entrance, turn, cntrl a/e Tracy 378.2651', 11-1952' Dec 1. Regency Oaks Contact Jim at Oakbrook Walk.F/NS needed to share

Use kitchen and Iving room. Most utilit. 3783937 11.1954 Roommate wanted.own bedroom in large4bdr room. w/d; (furnished, clean, close to UF

turn Avail. Jan 1, '91 740 NW 3rd Pl., AVAIL JAN. Phoenix up/down/ apts house Walking distance to UF. w/d Call 336.7796 Iv. message $215' + 1/4

$165mo 372.2284. 11.15.1.1 Hookups, dishwasher, carpet $310' KEY Need someone to sublease apt by Dec central heat/ac, 1/4/ util 200mo./ 372 util/mo 11.,8.4-5

MANAGEMENT 372.3060. 11-16.4.2 1. 1 bdr loll, new carpet $349/mo. Archer 2013' '1.9.5.5'

FOR RENT Woods Donna 376.0210' or office 373 6 FOR SALE
:
1 1br nice apt for rent, 350mo. Close to 8727, 1128104REGENCY Room for rent M/F. Walk to campus!

campus & overlooks pool & volleyball ct. Affordable rent
UNFURNISHED 2bdr apt in N.W. area
5410 2 Disk
2 TYPESETTER Varltyper '
Call 336.9630. 11.2052 OAKS fins to share 3br/2ba, and 1/2 util Call 371'.3822. Starts January .
film
drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 cannisters.Factory
$120 share/l6Sown/ + i/4utility, December 1'.15.3.5SUBLET'
DEC. OCCUPANCY $425 rents this SW Clean 2bdr/1 ba reconditioned, unused In past 2
Super duplex apt, central 90 free ASAP call Christy 336 8152' .
condo close to UF & shopping heat/air fenced yard, bike to UF, pet : Georgetown Apartments yrs Perfect for small typesetting jobs.

Pool/fenced/ patio/cent air/dishwasher OK $310/mo' / Call Sarah 375-3378. 11'. Very spacious 1bdrm apt Nice NW complex Available now, great location. Good machine for small type shop System
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font
KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060.11-16-4.' Pool, tennis many closets Beauti $150/month, November free! Call Steve
Apt avail now: 2bd d/w porch $375.80 disks $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
; full Call Ive m..378.78'9.' '11.16.4.4Large 338.338Ieav. message 1121105Roommate '
.
Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280, avail Dec 2bd, porch w/d, d/w, $385; 373 9926 for more Info

2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec 1 bd, $275; all wI cent h/a, tans: 373.0701' 1 br 1 ba heat/AC Free washer $180' month Inclu utilities
Plus LMR. Pool /laundry, no cats or dogs Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
,
and dryer. Nov., last security paid $349 Tower Road. Call 332 0786. Discount lor
Santa Fe Trace Apts 378.1190. 1214-' Duplex apt, 1 BR, LR, Kit, bath, AC/heat./ mo. Safe gaurded place 3100 SW 35 PI. housekeeping 11'.20.4.5 branda are all at our New Loeatlonl Car

3 blocks from UF, 1 blk off Unlv Ave 392-4792 day, 472-2928 nlte 11.20.5-4 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
Oak Glade near UF & VA, quiet 2070. 12.1476.6Crimestopper
Apts
$200.00 Also 2 BR A-
mo. plus security WALK TO UFII 2 bedroom/1 bath $175.
washer/dryer available In most units for Frame 250.00 plus security Call 338- F n/s for private bdr In 3 bdr apt near COLLEGE PARK 411 NW 15 St. 371
$20 Cats Allowed ,1B2B 142 Bath C. Alarms' K-40 Radar
mo.
1839. .30.10.2 .
Butler Plaza $154' a month November 7777. 11, 30 '10 5
$250,$375. sec & Imr. 372.6422. 1214- Detectors, Infinity, Sanaul, Sony,
free $100 security moves you In call Stereo
Orion Bazooka, Home or Car
,
INCREDIBLE Large studio 225.00 1 BR 250.00 3762019' 11'.2054 F/N/S for Spring. Own bd/ba $268+1/3 We Beat All Prleee 373-3754. 12.14.76-
9 blocks to campus second floor utilities, w/d/ Included Call Kerrl at 336-

Starting Efficiency at $Apt.U5 private entrances 373-5663 Sublet 1 br, furnished or unfurnished In 6393 11.30.'10.5I ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering:
.
partly furnished If needed 11 1542 The Laurels w/d/ dw. ALARM & more.
Starting at $23512 Bedroom Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL Toshiba,
Available 1-91. Call 336.4151. 112154 I need a home F nIl seeking same to Crunch Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar
MEADOWCREST110NW39thAve ,
Duplex for rent, 2 bedroom 1.5 bath full
sublet or share apt for Spring semester .
125 NW 23 Ave 371' 4378. 12-4.78.8'
kitchen, pets allowed, close to campus, Piccadilly ibr apt to sublease until July Please call 372.9389 or 305.792.5387

378-3988 $350/momh/ Call 371'.8141 or 800654-- 31. 290 per mo, free security dep and eve before 10pm. 11.30.10.5
375-3861 4544. '11.20.10.2Attractive last mo rent Bill 392.2370 or 335.7082. DISCOUNT HI-FI

F needed bdr in (turn 2/1/ across The Red
2BR n/s : own 722 S. Main 41 Bldg.
NATIONWIDE/VA/SHANDS
NEAR / 2bdrl1 b. 2nd.floor apt In a .
from UF NW secured windows
Apt
upstr
walk.In closet/skylight/ quiet area. $350 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE WE ARE CHEAPERCAR
quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373- door alarms $205 +1/2 util Call
KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060. '8. 7132' 11.15.10.2ONE
378-0850 Iv m.g. 1'.27.7.5LAKE
VILLAGE ALARMS Installed remote control

Check Our New Specials'All MONTH FREE on studio and one' Roommates available Reserve your WOOD VILLAS F roommate any car truck or van fully guaranteed will

Amenities Available bedroom apartments Walk to UF COL- room for spring But serviceto needed for 3 bdr..w..h/dry-fully furn demo Call 336.9193' student Iv. message .

FURNISHED Roommates UNFURNISHED Available LEGE PARK 411" NW 15 St. 371-7777, UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn safe.guard dog. Rent negot + 1/3utll/ 1214376MICROCENTER

$175' .$250 per roommate/month/ 3356477 11-1625
We're No.1REGENCY Computers 376.1146
MOBILE HOMES MZ Property Mgmt Inc. Realtor
:
OAKS Editors choice Hewlett Packard
375.0207
In beautiful 2b/lb
F n/s rmmt for Spring
378 5766 M/C A Prices lower than
Northgate
3230 SW Archer Road 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Male roommates 3 blocks to UF $120 apt In Brandywlne Great rmmt.extend Own mailorder Systems below Include 1mb,
room. Close to UF Option to
COUNTRY GARDENS double, $175' ,$200 single Includes utilities lease Call Elizabeth 374.6947. 11152' 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor
3734500 Farmsrentals from $280 Incl/ Share kitchen and baths W/D MC 28612$948, MC 386SX $ 086,

2001 SW 16th StreetSPACIOUS water, sewer, garbage pick up, lawn 37881223766652' 11-15125 WINDMEADOWS M/F needed to share Northgate 386/20. $2499. Leading Edge

main. Also some great buys Ouietl Will 2bd/2ba apt for Spring Rent negotiable. 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery

take long term travel trailers 378.9291 RoommateMF for Seagle Building pent & 1/2/ utilities Call 335.5018 11'21.5-5 $'1195. 1 & 2 year warranties Onane war.
ONE BEDROOM APT. Open weekends too. 12.14-47.3 house great view; extra safe, spacious, ... Panasonic 1180 printer- $185.

ONLY $273MO.LYONS hot tub, one of a kind) $325 + 1/3 util Studious, clean n/s F to share very nice HP Laser Jet lip $987, 3743 W. University -
APT Must sell 1972 Manatee 12 x 60 2 bd 1 Call 377.9663 Iv message .15.10-5 SW luxury condo townhouse 2bdr/1 1/2 Av. 1214526'

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 ba, w/d hookup, storage shed Close to bath, wash/dry, many extras $240/mo +
for Jan.
Oaks Mall. $5500. Call 332-0686,. Ive URGENTI! Need roommate at 1/2 utll Available Immediately Call 332 CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286.12 w/1 meg

1 bedroom apartment,furnished or unfurnished mess 11.21,.103' Polos Own bedroom, bath, + house 0323 1119105Windmeadows, ran, 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor
alarm F/n/ s, undergraduate $255. Call
rent negotiable WILLIAMS- $1100. Other systems available, 332
BURG VILLAGE 376-1253 12.5.30.2 SUBLEASE 371'.0575. '11.19.9.5Female nIl F to share large master 8333. 11.19.15.6FUTON '

: bdr In furnished 2/2. Available Immediately ..
2br 2ba
non smoker to share apt
ALOHA GARDEN APTS spring $ 85/mo. Call 335.5284.F AND FRAME SALE
4 HOUSE/APT. w same. $245 + 1/2 util. must like cats!
lovely '1-2-3 br, all amenities, near 335.3784. "1128205 Extra thick cotton/foam futons, & sofa
Shands, VA Shopping 3009 SW Archer N/S roommate for own bdr In Park bed frames From only $200 per set
RD. 377.0555. 11-19-152 2br/lba unfurn 420 mo til 8/15. Free first Place 3bd/2ba turn apt for Spring. Only Call Al 373.3127 or Matt 377.2110' 11.
last rents ft no deposit Point West Call Female, ns, student, needed for Spring 1ml from campus $203/mo/ + 1/3util +

MORE FOR YOUR $ 378-0234. 11.'1664 semester 2 bedroom 11/2 bath. $160 deposit Call 335.1883. 11.20105'
MPUTER
month 3329616' 11 16-5 5
SPACIOUS 3 4 bdrm townhomes
UF Sublease spacious 1 bdr near law school, Oxford Manorfemale to share 2 bdr / 2
Close to SFCC t
Manor bike to UF Camelot Apartments Call Fern Rmmt needed starting Jan Own ba apt, partially furnished ADT security ISKOUNTERS

Woodgate Apartments 336.6262 after 8 p.m. Available now Bdrm In spacious 2 BR In Stoneridge No system $250 + 1/2 utilities Call LeA .

332-4544 $370/mo obo. Nov. free 11-1654, pets Call Amy 336.1390. 111655 nne or Joy 377.4056. 21-105' We'II Beat any Competitive Prices *
501 SW 75th Street .
286 12 complete system only $950 **

needed 386 SX.16 complete system only $1225
1 BLK FROM UFI f nil roommate
Call 373.0762. 11.21,.56
*
D O BfDeyletStenNckyuiv share room In spacious house 1021 SW -.
W.1r O 5 Ave $220 mnth Incl utilities Call 373
E.j Y'S SEASON BASKETBALL TICKETS on
9758 leave 11-1555
message level' 3. Call David Maul 407.422.5631'

Female rmmt for Spring/Summer/ In days Will take best offer 11-1666'

IROMIfMb SO TWO F WALKS uw WGHUVINTCUJGBNT VA-09 NOT TH' trUNCN.INO 3br/2bath/ safe NW location S min. bike to

YOIJ WiO r? INTO THIS PAR AN' ?GELS TALXIN' campus '191/mo + 1/3 utll Call Tina 377 Exercise bike, .weight set,word bench, surfboard -.

1HC PA "WOR Nt'S GW DOG.-'MACS MUM YOU 2403. 11 1555 amstrsd PCW8256 processor
MY eJOKfS AGAIN UNTIL Z Ill"10 OWBO women's bike, 338.0834. ,11 1556
M RICH! !wdw- WMLft
TO 'MC rNl'KIR.INI: 115 OUGWANSGu ..
/ APTWAT9 M rmmt prefer grad students 1 block TEAC
Top of the line Onkyo receiver,
GONNA 96 etadlum Own rm, share kitchen ft
HARD TO tOf.. bathe $185"$193 Incl utll, private entrance tape deck and Infinity speakers $1000
.
MYw .5 obo. Chris 392.8077 8 5 pm. "111656All
378 8122 376 6652. 11'-30 '14
w
at 1 dig. Technics am/fm cass w/built in eq
J N/S to share spacious 3br house near
240 watt amp. box w/2 12 Inch woof. & 2
Own rm/ba $200/mo 1/2 utll
Oaks Mall. +
150 watt tweet $500 Jeff 332-
Call Jin Xiong at 392.2676 or 336.4571'. comp
2303. 111936Classifieds.'

Fins needed Spr. For 2bd/1 ba apt. Fully ".

Furnished except for own room. 179 a .

mo. Close to campus call today 377-
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FOR SALE FOR SALE AUTOS AUTOS SERVICESNW

((2)) Orion Ampi 225 HCCA ((2)) Orion XTR RALEIGH roadblke. 22ln frame. Shimano Nissan 300ZX 1 1986 5-ipeed am/fm/tape/ 75 Old Omega-4dr straight 8 cyl w air, Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
subs ((1)) TreK 1400 bike ((1)) Luxman tuner drlvetraln. New Mavlc ma40 rims & rear air, T-top, excellent condition. Best offer. new paint tires tint, see to appreciate near Oaks Mall area, S x S to 10 x 20 from
((1)) Nintendo w/ games Eric 3719384. hub. $300 obo. Call 374-80351.ave message. Call 3328473. 1 11-19-10-8, CLEAN" $1800 obo 3717481. 11-21-5- $20. 10% disc to student 332-8917.
11-15-36
SAFARI AUDIO..for all of your car stereo '87 Mazda 626 2door. LX, Sspeed, air, 1986 Ford Escort GT-52k ml blk ext/tan SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
needs. Com see the expert It t ODEL 20BAL FISHTANK 1 month old Inc. am/lm tp pwr sunroof/door/locks./ 46k Int. AM/FM stereo bra. Save $600-no Get confidential testing and treatment at
Safari Audio. 4110 SW 34th St ff3, 336- tank hood and light. $90 new asking $60. mlg. Excellent condition, must sell 335- a/c. Asking $3250obo. Call Jon 375- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881.
1128. 12-5-15-6 Call Steve 335-5906. 11-15-2-6 5303. 11-20-10-9 3600. 11-21-5-9
** GATOR MOVING **

OAKTREE SHADZ: SUNGLASSESRayBan$35Vuarnet$45Bali.$40etc Need to sell Italian bicycle with 12spds '85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback 82 Toyota Tercel' 4D Auto AC, AM/FM Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packlng 1-
suntour trans, 4 ems with quick release 5 speed a/c, am/lm/ tp sunroof, power 50K One owner excellent condition ask Item/Hse Full. Days/Eve/ Long dl*.
Call 335-6450 to save your money. 11. locks & more. Asking $310 obo. 3360371pm. door/locks. Excellent cond. 3355303. ing for $3000 Must See 373.4598 or 392. Lie/In Harry/Bill 3744791. 12-14-76-
11-19-4-6 0823. Ask for C.P. 11-19-3-9
MUST SELL RALEIGH 12 SPD. ROAD 1988 Red Camaro. Exc. cond. $9999 Call SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
BIKE. EXCEL COND. $225 OBO. Mike Furniture: dining table w/4 chairs, full 904-765-3327/475-1460. 1 11-15-5-9, 10 WANTEDLocal boarding woodier facilities *
3754003. 11-19-5-6 size bed/bookshelf/ w/3 drawers dresser hay rides parties sales working
armchair. CALL 335.7043 after 5:00: pm Must selll) '80 Pont. Sunbird In good students accepted. 466-3224 3758080.
Bumper box: ((2)) 15' ipkrt, 4 tweets, shape no rust. Runs great low miles. Artist need: GOLD, Gem, Class
Sherwood 240w amp mounted onto unit. 7 REAL ESTATEHome V6. $650 obo. Call Randy 3356403. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzle'a Fine TEN PERFECT NAILS[ sculptured or nat
Strong sound; easy to transfer.' $400 Call leave mes. 1 11-15-5-9, Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10 ural for 'less than $5 mo with our self-
3722913. 11-19-5-6 care system. FREE DEMOI 371-9959.
for sale? Land (for sale? Buyers' 86 VW SCHIROCCO 16 Valve black excellent CIGARETTE SMOKERS or MARIJUANA
Hon.yw.lliaptop computer 286. 40 meg Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell condition $6000 obo 373.3301 Iv. SMOKERS with exercise-Induced as-
harddrive w/ modem 3 1/2m/ drive, bat- your property pass you by I Alligator Classifieds message. 11-16-5-9 thsma. Earn up to $335 by participating Don't Let Your
,lery charger case. $2400. Call 373-8961. offers you the cheapest way to In our research study. Interested? For
r keep your real estate In the public eye. 78 Ford Fairmont 4-dr auto ps pb reliable more Information call Mon-Frl 8am- 4pm. rosters CetRuined
STUCK without STICKS Where else can you keep your property In & economic transportation. Runs well and 3929086. 11-16-7-10
Harvest Music always has 2 for 1 Sticks the market for as little as four dollars a body straight. $750 neg. Call after 6pm. !
and Strings 377.4249 U.F. Plaza 11- day? To make It even 'easier you can 4953780. 11-20-6-0 WANTED Renault Encore 2-door 1984
place your ad over the phone; all you thru 1986 for half hour engineering In
All New Christmas Silk Flower Arrange need is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent condition spection. Will pay. Call 3758710. 11-19- 1/2/ PRICE SPECIALS
ments. Fri, Sat Nov 18 & 17 1955 NW 373-FIND today to place your ad. new clutchtiresalarter.' 84k mile
** *
55th SI. 11-16-3-6 a/cam/fm/ asking only$1600 or best offer 11 SERVICES
Duplex for sale, 2 apts., close to campus, call 3345290. 11-195-9, Dry Mounting
GETTING MARRIED? 1 1.20 karat diamond 2 bedrooms/1 bath. Call 1-800-654-
engagement ring VVSI $3200. 4544 or 371-8141. 11.20.10.7 300ZX 1985, T-top, auto air cassette *SUNBELT MOVING* Poster Frames
Call Evan 3746574.. 11-20-5-6 63K, mint condition, $7500. Will consider Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
Assumable 8 1/2/ % fixed low CREATIVE WORKSHOP
down only trade. Call 3771584. 11-19-5-9 1- Item -House full dial.
For sale 1 ticket from Orlando local/Lng
: round-trip $310/mol Immaculate 1 br townhouse w/
Lie/In Priced for Students! Marty 375- 809 W. Univ. 376-7204
to Washington D.C. Wed 11/21 return- loft ceiling fan, sky light Inside laundry, 1977 Chevy Caprice station wagon. An MOVE. 12-14-76-11
Ing Mon 11/26 Call 373.1650. 11-16-3- upper and lower deck. Very open and ugly beast, but It runs. Ha* good tires.
airy, beautiful landscaping. 374.4923 $450 a* Is. Call 3757071. 11-15-3-9
Leather Motorcycle Jacket for sal*. (eve). 11-16-3-7
Black w/grey trim. In exc.llenlconditlon. 1981 Niaas Maxima-silver, diesel, pwr
$125 o.b.o. Call Dave at 377-9248. 11- 8 MOTORCYCLES sunroof & windows, automatic. 100,000 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
mile In good condition. $2000 3354937.
Yard sale' Must sell. Lots of (urn., TV's. by Trude Michel Jaffe
9:00 A.M. Sat. 2842 S.W. 38th PI. Napier 86 XL 600 enduro low mileage ex cond Dodge Omni 1981, good condition, great
Oaks subdivision. 3351263. 11.16.2.8 $1500 John 376-1764. 11-16-5-8 mpg mechanically good must sell, $950. ACROSS 4 Massachusetts 34 Porker 51 Rebekah's son
Call 377-9050. m.... 11.21.5-9 1 Hartebeeste prep, school 40 Allay 52COburg
1 roundtrip airline ticket G'ville-Pitts- 9 AUTOSORANGE 5 Brahman, e.g. 5 Made up of 41 Caused 53 War
burgh over Xmas-cheap 3744087. 11. Honda Civic 1 1982, stereo ps, pb, a/c 10 -appeal 6 Throb annoyance correspondent
5-speed new tires, brakes & battery. 14 7 Coral 42
AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW Worshiper's or Procrastinator, Ernie
MPUTER: RATES low payments fast drive- 60,000 miles $1600. Call Giuseppe between word Black In a way 54 Badly
12.1pm & alter 5:30: 378-2703 11-
thru service se habla Espanol 377.2277 15 Indian, Is one 8 Follow 43 Remained 55 Light on the
ISKOUNTERS 377-CARS. WE CARE. 11-16-10-9 82 Fury ex pol car, pwltlbale/ / / new 16 Used a shuttle 9 Mad as a wet for a time .Great White

VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding con bait, brakes hev/dut collplat plugs, va, 17 Fern withfeathery hen 45 Heavy Way
0762.Best price 11-21-5-6 on quality computer 373- dition.' 10,000 mis, completely rebuilt. very cln, no rust, 100wt stereo, $1100, fronds 10 Carpet weight 56 White-tailed
call 3347036. 1 11-19-3-9, ,
19 Abbe from 47 In
White Int./ext. $1790. 1-800-229-3025. cleaner Range the flsheater

CAR stereo speakers- Punch 15m subs 1985 Mercury Capri g* 4cyl amfm tilt p* Israel 11 Countess for USSR 59 Part of
$100ea; 2 Sansul Amp 75X2ch $150; Pioneer '84 Chevy' Cavalier automatic, 4-door, pb pw plocks hatchb 30mpg excellent 20 Express example 50 Way to thehighway a radio
tweeters wXover $50. all obo Iv a/c. 84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon body.Interior consider trades $2200 obo approval 12 White House code
am/fm, a/c, auto, 6 cylinder.
met 3354387. 11-15-3-6 3355303.: call 373-2585. 11.27.7.9II .21 Songstress office
Patti 13 Note ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

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SERVICESTENNIS TYPING TYPING SERVICESTyping HELP WANTEDA PERSONALSNeed (


lESSONS-on private clay court. 12 SERVICES / Word Processing Quality print national full service brokerage firm is CASH for college? Low interest

All levels, group A private. By certified ing, dependable, personal service Call looking for hard.working motivated people loans available regardless of family Income .
tennis pro Roberto 454-3772. 11151 Margaret 372.4757. 11205.12 to work In their Palm Beach Gardens Call 813.989.1390. 11.26-10.15
Typing reports business legal *
ollice Call Mr. Defter 1 1.800.821.9494.
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resumes cassettes transcribed applications
AAA STORAGE $1 per pagel Spelling checked next day ANNIVERSARY SALE! Thanks to you
letters
Close to UF Convenient 24 hours/7 notary .etc. Available service lor most orders Call Linda at DELIVERY PEOPLE own vehicleinaurance / G'ville. wereSyrs, old.but we're not just
4x4x4 $15/mo days/3722777 121476 336.5871. 11.21-5.12 UF area day or evening Average getting older we're better! Come & see
4x8x8 $30/mo $8.12 hr Please call 371'.3345 more .
MICRO CENTERTyping/ 376.0339. Full loryourself. EZ Tennis 11-30 12 15
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.1771 Info. 11.162.13
& sell service computing. Open until 13 HELP WANTEDAVON

10pm Su Th Typing starts & 1.50/pg SHOE SALEon
*FREE* Sales representative local travel flexible
Resumes $6 Self service resumes 375.8967 over 150 athletic shoe models featuring
hours Part time work earns $150
Gainesville Pregnancy Women Test $2.50/hr/ 15/page/ Laser typeset. Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train. 300/week Full time work earns $450 and Nike, Reebok, Ava, & more. Sup.rcloleoul
graphics spell check theses papers Benefits Insurance 12147613Jobs .
HEALTH CENTER up. Contact Mike, at 372 7841 leave message prices Lloyd Clarke Sports
special characters employment 11.21.5.13 1504 NW 13 St 372.7838. 1116415'
720 NW 23rd Avenue databases mallmerge training. WordPerfect In USA and overseas All occupa-

377.5055ABORTION specialist VIsa/MC/ 12145212 tlons Don't t limit yourself to those few Jewish SurvivalFor
(To 24 Wks) BUSINESS
companies that recruit on campus Jump an Inspirational message
BIRTH CONTROL Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters DIAL 378.3359RUSSELL
Gynecology Services service Reasonable rates today Write to C.A.S., 652 W. 14 PERSONALS

12-14-75.11 Laser printer 377.8175 til 9.00pm. 12 Palm Av. Placenpla Ca. 92670. 11.21. SWEATSFor

COMPUTERS terminals pc's buy, sell.
COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships ...RESUMES*** Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate trade, rent & repair. Great prices QUALITY the largest selection and best prices
College Scholarship Locators pob Complete writing & development services In new drug study for the treatment CDCS 818 W Unlv. 338-0378. '12 on your sweats, check out Lloyd Clarke
1881 Joplin MO 64802.1881. 800-879- Resume House 3718148. 12.14-- of jock itch (fungus of groin). call Sports We have 28 colors & many styles
7485. 12147511SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS 3315379. '12.12.63.13NANNIES Free Details on "A No-nonsense way to to choose from We will match any local
Typing/Word/ processing. WordPerfect $500 A Dayl"' ,..send a ..addressed prices. because we appreciate your business
FOR COLLEGE 5.1.1 quality work fast results. low rates. ... NEEDED, Top Pay Top stamped envelope..Anthony Fitzgerald 1504 NW 13 51. 11.164.15H
Are available! Millions go unclaimed dependable personal service Tara 332- Families NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs P.O. Box 12984 Gainesville FL 32604.

yearly. 1.800.334.388" 1469. 12147612 Only Inc. 1-800.468-861111. 12.14-54-13 O'Connell Center 1H
.19-50.11 RUBBER STAMPS & POSTERS 20%

TypingLaser Typesetting* Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate OFF AT ESHUGU IMPORTS 919 W UniV ?= Upcoming Events Hi
Ave Tues-FrilO.6, Sat 125. 1115514
resumes reports letters etc. In new drug study for the treatment
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
378-5465* 3500 W. Unlv Ave. of athlete foot Call 331.5379. Louise. Mandrel! Christmas Show
Alachua Word Processing 12.14.76.12 ESHUGU IMPORTS has new stock: wool with special guest Irene Mandrell
Paying $150 to qualified volunteers to gloves, mittens. sweaters, socks. beads, December 5 at 8.00 pm
1233 NW 10th Ave. Term Papers Typeset Resumes participate In 6 visit study testing safety Iron medicine balls and more 919 W UniV Jimmy Bullet and the Coral Reefer
3721664MCVISAInsurance Business Legal Personal Etc. & effectiveness of Trentinom (Retin & Ave "11.'15.5.14 Band

/ G'ville Handicapped Typing generic) In treatment of acne Call 331 January 24 at 8 OOpm
Free Pregnancy Member Test YOU WRITE IT. WE TYPE IT 378-7179 5379 12.14.29.13 DO YOU FEEL SAFE? Call 392.1653

National Abortion Federation T.L.C. for your papers theses. etc Mac Retail sales M-F 2pm-6pm. and Sat Maybe you need a BodyGuardl BodyG- FOR TICKET INFORMATIONKE

12.14-53.11 2 & laser graphics. spell check, edit t, '10am.2pm. Approx 20 hrs per week. uard Is a unique new self defense spray
373-9619. leave message 1 1.50 per dbl Apply In person Mini Concepts 1221 NW thats guaranteed to stop attackers deadIn I have your grey backpack. Call 336

*** LET'S PARTY ** sppg. 11.20.25-12 76 Blvd. 331-0501 MAC exp helpful 11. their tracks Proven far superior to 5808 to identify .15.1.5 1 '
Gator Boogie 371.4919 Professional DJ Mace and tear gas. BodyGuard will even
control drunks drug abusers and psychotics Becky I love you, you high maintenance
Theses
service all musical formats 121442 Typing & Typesetting $ EARN DOLLARS $ ,
11 Dss & Manuscripts ONLY without causing permanent dam chick John 11.15.1.15Natural
Experienced see Grad Sch list Aggressive individuals age or death. Used by law enforcement
NAILS BY VONDELL K.B. Williams 332-1402 12.14. Work part time-full time pay agencies. worldwide. BodyGuard is now Foods and Vitamins
Sandals
Call Mr. Brown 3733281. available to the public In handy Soz canIsters Birkenstock
3131 NW 13 St. 3771763Full
Sunflower Health Foods
Typing & Wordprocessmg Legal theses ((35 blasts). To order your own personal .
sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil
87 SW 34th St. 372 7482
Receptionist part time non'smoker $3.80hr.
Manicures Pedicures Limited Time term papers, etc Professional quality BodyGuard, send $10.00 plus
Only.
MF27Sat. 12.5 373-3754. '1116,
Call
& reliable service Nancy $2.00h each LaPomtes Place
11.19-20-11 B 4 U buy shoes. rackets sportswear,
372-2750. 11.19-10-12 P.0.Box 1141 Westbrook. Maine 04092. accessories check out
The Division of Housing Office for strings, or
dental Graduating d.ntal.tu. For FREE information send a SASE to Tennis St
Free exam. Stiff and Student Development ia look- G ville s tennis authority EZ 34
dent needs board patients lor December TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA FAST, same address Since we cannot keep Plaza. 11.3012.15PREGNANT
Call ACCURATE. CALL Ing for a Program AaslatantGraphleaArtist track of all local laws, it is the purchasers
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Free cleaning or filling you qualify .
for 15 20 hrs.//wk. paying $3.80 r
332-5849, leave name & phone *. 1121 3764854. 1991 responsibility to check local laws before ? Don't t guess Get Immediate .
hr. Position begins Spring
per ordering. Purchasers must be over 18.
10 11 11.29.20-12 Applications available at the Housing test results from a reliable source
1'.153.14RolI.rblade' 377.0881EZ
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PLANNED
Oltice Application deadline la NOVEMBER -
"MARIJAN OF HOLLAND"Custom Thesis. term papers reports Legal and Demo
Day-Factory on
28 1190. For Information rep
more
made clothe A alteration, no medical terminolgy WP 5.0 & laser Tennis offers 25% off sportswear
contact Kathy Smith at 392.2161. hand, free try out Sun '11/18 !12 4pmBraslngton .
pattern needed 20 yre exp Flit service printer Call 378-2034 or 378.8521. 11 's Trail Shop 2331' NW 13 St 40% off warmups & 50% oil aerobic wear
call 332.8315. 12142311 28.10-12 Make over $25 per hour. DAILY plus a whole lot morel Check us

Sell T-shirts In dorms 15 PERSONALSDoing oulll 11-30-12-15 I

THEATRES There Is A Difference!!! and apartments absolutely complexeswith no NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
financial obligation. things halfway Iln'l t part of our Get special student discounts on exams

OAKS MALL 10 DAILY TWVUTE SHOW Call 3786625.INTELLIGENCE style When It comes to quality the word and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT
:
I $3.00 "compromise" I.n't t part of our vocabulary HOOD. 3770881. 12-14.76.15
JOBS. That the way we work at EZ Ten
nisi 34 St Plaza 372.2257. 11301215 Free labor with string purchase at EZ

OAKS 1 1FPG131 6 EAST 331-8818 INSIDE OAKS MALI CIA, US Customs, DEA, Tennis: 30% off tee shirts: 25% off
Vuarn.tlCarrera/Ray-Ban/Gator./ Great shorts, shirts. skirts.365 days a yearll!/ 34
etc. prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical St Plaza. 11301215
Now Hiring. Call ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave 1
REVERSAL of K9486 block from Ala Gen 12147615 Permanent Hair Removal

ROCKY I'' 12-3.21.13 Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc for
Dear customers: thanks for your support Info about the PERMANENT removal of
FORTUNEQwGLEY of EZ Tennis Our steadfast promise Is to unwanted facial & body hair 374.4307.
._ :" 0 PLAZA TRIPLE > continue to provide quality products at
oe =: THEATRE A great prices with last friendly service $STUDENTS GET CASH
Heres to you Gainesville 11 I.30.12-15CINEMA For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy
372-1226. 211 W. Umv Ave.-nexttoCen.
H' DRflFTHOUSE tral City. 12147615,
SIBLINGRIVALRY

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7:30: 9:45 University Opticians
!m 8 t TOM SELLECKHENRY I Starts Tomorrow: Prawmd. Innocent (0)) I Iissivn 300 SW 4th Ave 378-4480

MEMPHIS BELLE (PC 13)) 7:'I 9:46:
215-430.715-945-: : : : 4:41.: FrI, Est, Sun FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC
Mid. Frl Sat Serving UF since 1977
Most Insurance accepted
& ROCKY V(PC 13) $2.50 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave
1 45.3e0.545.745-945. 1JOO $2.00 Matinee A Tuesday Dr. Steven Schargel

ROCKY Isestir' JUNE ALL AGES'ION WELCOME- WED 373.7070

HOT SPOT (R) Need great shoes & U want to save? WhoU
IPG'13Io. .... ( INC.17)) 2:00.: 4:30: 7:00: 8:30: 12:00: gonna call? EZ Tenmsl/ Sale or no sale
we don't match prices. we beat them!
ADJACENT 11 MALI 11.30-12.15
OAKS 4 WEST 331-8118 IN OAKS 1 PLAZA 4
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40% off all warmup sullts, men & women.
NAYS Check lor best selection' !
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$3 50 IA BEFORE 6.00 PM ,.
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QUIGLEY $79.99. Polypro long underwear 899.
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PERSONALSY CONNECTIONSTuesday RIDES LOST & FOUND LOST & FOUNDLOST

wait for a sale when EZ Tennis has ,11/6/ Man In red car. NC tags. If your Rickshaw I II getting a little creaky FOUND: pair of sunglasses In Williamson :Man's Gold Cross@UF/UA game.
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great shoes for $30 DAILY? U can pay Please contact me. PO Box '15122 find a ride here In the Ride section) Hall on 11/6./ Call to Ident 3724255. "11 Sentimental Value. PLEASE CALL 335-
more, but why? EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza. Gvllle, FL 32604. 11-15-5-16' 15-3-20 6923. ,11-15-S-20' '

SKYDIVE THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, 19 PETS LOST: keys by Turlington. Chain hat LOST: Brownleather wallet near
Skydive with The Willlslon Skydivers 372-6724. Old esoteric books, astrology white lace bird (clear plastic) Call 378- Broward tennis court II found please
336-7970. 12-14-73-15 readings, crystals, minerals & more. 11-I Mini-lop rabbit, black very loveablel Inc. 5180. 11.16.4.20FOUND call Kelly 336-7402 REWARDIII ,11-15'
cage,water btl., food etc. $35 obo. Call 4-20
ALLEY KATZ I I. a bowling center. We Julle-374-9534. 11-19-4-19,
Sieve or : Set ot keys on c.m.nltabl. behind
have It alll Pool, video games, and beer 17 NOTICESSpend Turlington on 11-8.' Call to ID: 371-' LOST: female cat brown/orange tortoiseshell
Open until lam Mon.-Thurs. 12-13-43- 20LOST & FOUNDLOST 4089. '11-15-3-20 calico. Lost In SW area since ,11/1./
Winter Break In Israel With Tagar. Call 335-2455. '11-26-10-20'
16 CONNECTIONSGAY 2 weeks for only $995. For more Information In Diamond
FOUND: cash & set of keys
: pair of SWANK pers glasses at
18005523827. 11-30-10-17 ,1116320 FOUND: Men' watch at Reid Service
MFP on 10/31. Call 338-2072. REWARD. Village. Call to ID: 3721735. Drive on ,11-8. Call to ID: 377-9348 Iv.message. .
? BI? QUESTIONING?
,,.,g-3-20
18 RIDES
GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs LOST: Man's wedding band. 2nd floor
Into/Belerral/Consullatlon 12-14-76-18 Bertram. REWARD. Bob 332-5309. ,1. FOUND: long-haired It. colored male Condom, Schmondom
$45 r/t Miami $30
WPB/Pomp. one
way. CAT 1 old on ".7 near Wests- If this I II attitude toward safe sex,
EYE EXAMS contact lenses,eye diseasetreatment. 6 *. of weekly Frl/Sun bus trips. Pets approx. yr your
yr
28 Dr.J. FOUND: Videotape In stadium on 117. Ids Baptist Church on W. University Ave. you have a greater risk of catching AIDS.
Beckum GMG 338-
year exp. ok, pkg. transported. (trans
optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 378.1288. 70263052663788. 12-7-2018' Call to ID: 392-5008. ,11-15-3-20 Call to ID: 3711635., '11-19-3-20 Learn the 'fact*. '1-BOO-342-AIDS.

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,< by TomKurrus Attorney \ .Arredondo Room



A CONSPIRACY b in Illegal or harmful plot
between two or more people.It to laid that the
essence ol a conspiracy li the agreement Reitz Union 4th floor
between the two people. Translated that )J. Wayne
meant generally that ont. may be guilty ol the
crime ol conspiracy without doing anything;
more than simply agreeing with another to 392-1627
commit in Illegal act. In other words, the
agreement poses a danger to society even
though the criminal I act agreed upon was
never committed.
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Law Is the crystallliatlon ol the habit and
thought ol soclety.-Woodrow: Wilson, WAKEUP WITH US.
American Scholar/President. 1B9J Ordnanly,
this Is true. However, II a lawmaker to really
representing the desires ol a special Interest
group Isn't It'lair to say' that the law may be
reflective of the thought ol that group, not
society In general. +k41 Join us in the Arredondo Room for our

An employ k liable for the wrongdoing ol an
employee, as long as :the:: employee;: acted I
within the course and scope ol his. or her
choose emloyment.your employees That'i why carduy.4t It' Important. to Endless Sunday Brunch Buffet 1 O:30am-l: ::30pm.

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204 W. Unlv. Ave.
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We the Palestinians.

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are a people proud of our beautiful and peaceful culture which began in ancient history..


Our strength comes from the knowledge that our struggle for justice, freedom, and peace

unites us with humanity. .


\' We celebrate November 15, 1990 as the anniversary of our declaration of independence for

Palestine.


Victor Hugo said it best long ago:

.
-no army can defeat an idea whose time has come. Palestinian statehood is an idea-'

whose time has, come. .


'-I The United nations explicitly states in it resolutions the inalienable right of Palestinians 'to

statehood and peace. Like all Americans Palestinians '
wish to live in peace and safefcv.

Like all Americans, Palestinians wish to have a home in their own land. Our iovs are as

thrilling as yours and our tears are, as tender as yours. Join us in the'celebration of'a

"J people striving for dignity, independence and'self-determination. -

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,Signed this day, < t ,". -
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Ad Hoc Committee for Justice in the Middle East '. '! '; \: :.



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Writer N.C., tonight and then stop off for a Kerr and senior Dady Vincent, who each day against South Carolina ((3-1)), a smaller
Alligator meet in Columbia, S.C. Friday. won two events in the meet against LSU. team than UNC.
The UF swimming and diving teams leave Both Gators teams are ranked seventh in Women's coach Mitch Ivey said UNC The UF men are led by Carlton Bruner,
today for back-to-back meets against the the nation by the College Swimming ((2-0)) should pose a good challenge. Bob Utley and Martin Zubero,who each won
University of North Carolina and the University Coaches Association of America "With our present numbers,"Ivey said,"it two races against LSU.
of South Carolina. The women's team is led by freshman will be extremely tough to beat North Car First year head coach Skip Foster said
The men's and women's teams, coming Nicole Haislett, who ranks second in the olina,a fine quality team with lots of depth." both meets should be good tests for his
off season-opening victories against Louisi world this year in the 200-meter freestyle Ivey) said there will be more room to move squad.


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By DEBRA SARI LINN Despite losing in the second 2-6, Wednesday in the second Rock,6-4,6-1,in the first qualifying Batie was a top-10 junior college
Alligator Writer round of the prequalifier Monday, round. round Wednesday. player last year.
Finnegan won a chance to competein Haddad also was defeated Haddad also won in the first Four players from the qualifying
With a stroke of luck, UF men's the qualifying round of the tournament Wednesday by Mahar Goddars of round, beating Manolo Moure of rounds advance to the main drawof
tennis player Gary Finnegan joined when six players dropped the University of Kentucky, 1-6, the University of West Virginia, the grand slam tournament,be-
teammates David Blair and Bruce out. Finnegan's name was chosen 7546. 64,6-3. ginning Friday.
Haddad in the qualifying rounds of out of a hat.Finnegan. Finnegan beat a three round pre- In a three-hour first-round The tournament was created in
the Du Pont National Clay Court lost to Arnie Raabe of qualifying winner, Andres Nelsonof match, Blair lost to Samford's Andrew 1988, as the second leg of the
Championships in Panama City. the University of South Florida,1-6, the University of Arkansas,Little Batie,7-6 ((7-4)), 6-7 ((2-7), 16. grand slam series.



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sign two The UF men's Alligator basketball Writer q" s I

tonight when they .t
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by todayBy p.m.It will in the be the' debut ..' t' ..
Lon who .
Kruger, ,
at Kansas State

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test for the Gators, a
The seeds that UF basketball chance to see what x
coach Lon Kruger planted earlier work on."It's '
this year began sprouting Wednes- the time of .

day. line up against ..
Kruger, who spent months on selves," Kruger '. #
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began last month, landed his first This will be the "'\
recruit Wednesday, and another is the Gators and I
expected to sign this afternoon. of former college .
After practice Wednesday, Kru tour the country
ger got word that Andrew De The last lime
Clercq, a 6-foot-9 forward from in an exhibition ,, -
Clearwater, had signed. beat the Gators 114- I ..1 /
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leads the series .
"Andrew is a big who has
guy .%.'I!
really worked hard to become a AIA has a 3-6
better player," Kruger said. "He but one of those
has enormous potential. Combin- over preseason
ing that with his desire gives hima State.
very promising future." The Gators will
Dan Cross,a 6-3 guard from Car- senior Dwayne ( ) I
bondale, 111., will become the sec more Stacey Poole ( ) IIIy
ond signee this afternoon,his high senior Livingston ( d
school coach said Wednesday. ward).
Cross averaged 20 points a game It will be : -Mh
last year for Carbondale High."He's Gator since he quit
going to do it at 3 p.m.hereat into last season.
the school," Carbondale coach back court will be
Tim Bleyer said. "We decided it senior B.J.] Carter. Y
was best if he did it that way. He's Carter will be
very pleased about going." Renaldo Garcia
The number of signees could thumb in practice Conference'q"
grow to three as one of the most some shots in ADRIAN DENNIS
sought after high school players in didn't take part in Poole, last year's Most Valuable Player, will return with the
the country is including UF on his He said his thumb their first exhibition game of the season tonight. Poole will start the I
final list of schools. hoped he'd play small forward.

Ben Davis,a 6-9 center from Fort
Pierce, will announce Sunday
whether he will go to UF, Florida Five to all-star contestsFive I
State, Kansas, Temple or Pitts-
burgh, Davis'uncle John Thorntonsaid
Wednesday. Davis has visitedall senior UF downs in the Gators' victory over times at Duke we forced 21 puntsin
five schools. have been invited to of Georgia Saturday.His a season.
Preseason publications have Blue-Gray Bowl,Coach 5-1 344-yard game was the sixth- "It's easy coaching offense with
"',t. called Davis one of the best re- rier said Wednesday. on best performance in school historyand the kind of defense that we have."
bounders in the country.He helped the third time this
Tight end Kirk season Mat And as he was leaving Tuesday's
Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wil- fensive end Huey at thews has thrown for more than media luncheon, Spurrier made
son, Va., to a 29-0 record last year.If receiver Ernie Mills, : 300 yards. sure all the reporters knew Paulk
Davis comes to UF, he proba- Godfrey Myles and Inside linebacker Paulk,the was the SEC's defensive player of
bly will play beside De Clercq who Richard Fain have SEC's defensive player, returnedan the week.
averaged 15 points and 12 rebounds the bowl Dec.25 at
interception 36 yards for a Hey Steve, what about Shane?
a game for 'CountrysideHigh Birmingham, Ala. touchdown and caused a fumble "Oh yeah," Spurrier said. "But
last season. which led to the Gators'first touch Timmy's... the Boo-Yaa man."
De Clercq signed a letter of intent down.
too
He likes Matthews
,It to to UF at 6:30 Wednesday N : Paulk
come : ; also had five tackles, Including But Spurrier also talked about
night, officially becoming a OT one quarterback sack for a how much Matthews has improved
Gator on the first day of the early loss of six yards, and one brokenup since the beginning of the season.
signing period.De Kirkpatrick said he are pass. He was especially impressed with
Clercq will bring height to a vited to the Jan. 19 Spurrier proud of defense Matthews' performance in the last
UF team that is losing two-thirds of Palo Alto, Calif. the Spurrier, who also serves as offensive three games, when he threw for a
4 its frontcourt after this year. His "Huey's been coordinator and quarter- combined 844 yards.
high school coach said his size and them, of course," -. backs coach. is the first to say his Matthews has racked up 2,298
athletic ability could have an Im- "He just hasn't decided offense needs Improvement. But yards in nine games and has an
pact on,UF next year. he'll go to." he nearly puffs up with pride when efficiency'rating of 140.32. With
"Most 6-10 guys can't run wortha Tough to tame he talks about UF's second-ranked those figures,he is ranked secondin
lick," coach Joe O'Neill said. Some Gators defense."I the SEC and eighth in the nation.
"This kid can tool up and down the made delirious by can't say enough about our- "The (Tampa Bay) Bucs might
..., court. He'll have a chance t to come are jumping ahead of defensive squad," Spurrier said. want to bring him out early,"Spur-
a in and get some instant minutes if proclaiming UF to be "They forced 21 punts in the last rier said. "I'm gonna worry about
he,does well in fall practice." ficial' S6utheaste'rn two :games. I don't think'some- that now."


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