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Alligator Staff Report our case will remain pending and we armed burglary and attempted sexual
won't touch him." battery in an unrelated case in Indian Sanctuary walkson
Edward Lewis Humphrey, the most Register also said Humphrey will not River County.
talked-about possible suspect in the serve his full 22-month term becausethe Humphrey's public defender, J.R.
murders of five local college students, two months he spent in prison will Russo, failed to find a private mental
was sentenced Thursday to 22 monthsin be subtracted from that sentence. He institution that would take Humphrey the wild side
prison with the recommendation that added that Humphrey also may be eli- because of the family's inability to pay
he serve his time at a state mental gible for parole soon after beginninghis the high costs.
institution. care 0 From the outside of the fences, it looks like
sentence.At "This sentence will work out best for f.::. '
,," fortress.
(0'} a
Humphrey was convicted for the Au- a Brevard County courthouse in ,,,,
Ed Russo said.Humphrey's .
; The first fence is not so intimidating, but the
of his f
gust beating 79-year-old grand- Titusville Thursday,Circuit Judge The-
*
brother Hum & second one-eight feet topped with four stringsof
mother,Elna Hlavaty,in her Indialantic ron Yawn recommended Humphreyserve George
home. prison time in the Corrections phrey, said he was disgusted by the entangled barbed wire-looms over the first like some

The former UF student also has been Mental Health Institution Chattahoo- sentence. strange protector. "
Warnings litter the entrance: "No Hunting, "No Tres-
"Any chance of brother's
getting
chee. my
charged with threatening two students "
passing, "No Cameras"and"Please make your donations
with a knife outside the Pi Lambda Phi He also sentenced Humphrey to 14 better has been washed away bytoday's "
before entering. From somewhere behind the fence, a
fraternity house in August.But months probation with continued psychiatric judgment, he said. howling chorus echoes through the trees.
State Attorney Len Register said counseling after his release. Hlavaty testified on Humphrey's be- The mother sign is a glaring yellow and orange beast
Thursday he doesn't plan to bring The institution houses convicted half at the October trial and said state- announcing"All Creatures Wildlife Sanctuary." On one of
Humphrey to Gainesville to stand trial criminals who need psychiatric care ments she made after the beating were the signposts, a smaller, softer sign reads, "In memory of
on those charges until the 19-year-old and is separate from the state mental the result of an "addled" brain. Grace Davis." To its left, a white-on-black sign warns
undergoes a mental evaluation and hospital in Chattahoochee, a corrections "This whole thing is a charade of trespassers to "Beware of Dog."
serves his prison time. spokesman said. justice," she said at Thursday's trial. There are no dogs here. There used to be, but Bruno
"We're not going to drop the State Attorney James Carter said the "This is a totalitarian type of procedure, the Wonder Dog disappeared last Christmas Eve. He wasa
charges," Register said."But we're not Corrections Department had agreed to and the whole thing worries: me." pit bull mix with hip problems, said sanctuary volunteer
going to bring him to trial at this time. send Humphrey there. United Press International contrib Joanne Adams.
As long as he is in a treatment program, Humphrey also is charged with uted to this report. "He dug under the fence one night and just took off."
Adams has seen the animals come and go. She is a
senior in the zoo animal technology program at Santa Fe
Phone be studied
registration to Community College, and she has volunteered at the sanctuary
for a little more than a year.
versity. tools will not solve problems createdby Now she works closely with the 20 wolves housed at
LEIGH GLENN
By The idea also is not a new one to a lack of inventory of classes," the sanctuary- cleaning their pens, walking them, feeding
Alligator Writer Fincher. She helped set up phone registration Fincher said. them and playing with them. She also talks to them.
During her seven weeks as UF reg- at Louisiana State Universityin She said phone registration would "Come on, you guys. Move," she says, trying to maneuver
istrar, Barbara Talmadge Fincher has her last job, an experience that let require $500,000 and lots of planningand a hose into the adjacent pen. "What are you doing
heard the question over and over again her see the process' benefits and pit testing to start. there, Mowglie?" She teasingly squirts the 60-pound( canine
-"Why can't UF have telephone registration Some student benefits include con- behind her
?" falls.At UF, the problem is not administrative venience, immediate course confirmation It's hard not to talk to the animals when you are working
UF students annually push for a sys- reluctance, Fincher told facultyat greater sense of control and the around them, with them for them. Most of the volun-
tem that would let them schedule the University Senate meeting opportunity to check for closed teers do; it just comes naturally.
classes by phone, a luxury already en- Thursday. It's the number of course courses, Fincher said. Lisa Thomas looks over her shoulder at a hissing
joyed by students at other state sections offered, she said. Caracal, an African wildcat, protesting her presence near
schools, including Florida State Uni "New technology and management see Registration, page 4MICHELE its cage.
"Boy,you're in a bad mood,"she says,emptying a bucket
of feces into a wheelbarrow. She washes the bucket,
Faculty to consider checks to see if she missed any and rakes the perimeterof
the cage.
Then she lugs the wheelbarrow over to the cage of a
Gulf resolution 100-pound()( cougar youth named Cristan,where she begins
peace the same process.In .
.... addition to volunteering at the sanctuary, Thomas
By LEIGH GLENN occur, the resolution asks that the i recently entered the zoo program at SFCC. Three weeks
Writer United Nations manage armies.It ago, she began by picking up trash from the 10-acre(
Alligator also asks for a resolution: to grounds.Then she graduated to the"bucket brigade." No
The group representing UF faculty the Israeli-Palestinian conflicts. volunteer is allowed to romp with the animals the first day.
soon will consider a resolution The volunteers must be trusted, and trusting.
urging President George Bush and Layon said he's unsure whetherthe "One day while we were giving shots, Cristan grabbedonto
state leaders to avoid a conflict in Senate can speak for the entire someone's leg, and they just sort of freaked out,"
the Persian Gulf. campus. He said the special meet Adams said.Cristan .
The resolution, to be voted on at ing is "indicative of the fact that was born at the sanctuary and bottle-fed from
a special University Senate meet' lots of folks are concerned and birth. He meows an almost inaudible quack when
ing Dec. 3, would be mailed to don't want to see death and de- people come near his cage. Cristan is so wellsocializedthat
Bush, U.S. Sens. Bob Graham, D- struction." he is a favorite to venture out to promotions and shows
Fla., and Connie Mack, R-Fla., and with the mama of the 40-odd( exotic animals at the sanctu-
U.S. Rep. Cliff Stearns, R-Ocala. Senate Steering Committee ary, Joanne Pearson.
Chairwoman Jean Chance, a Jour- $ Pearson is an earthy woman in her 50s who
Assistant Professor
Anesthesiology the nalism professor, said the resolution .. *& Joseph Layon proposed Senate may fall on deaf ears. ,tea h ,, world.Therefore, she says, everyone should act
resolution at Thursday's
**& responsibly toward them. Pearson is very attached
meeting. The proposal asks the "I can't see that a resolution from KATZ to and protective of most of the animals at the
leaders to exhaust all legal methods the University of Florida is goingto Journalism senior Dorothy Legler
and search,for compromiseswith change international affairs," paints a mural on the wall on South-
Iraq. Chance said. "But I always like the west 34th Street for the Great American see Wildlife, page 5

It also implores leaders to free idea of an open discussion and Smokeout. See related/ story on ....
,the Middle East;, of chemical and personal debate, especially" on,'a page 3. )\> 't1fi":'1'i, 1>%f);:'S'YNicole" Sneed-; : '7 il"'' 10. <.:;' ;'
clear! weapons. If fighting does university Campus.

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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16,1990. .ALLIGATOR,3
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I Chiles foresees state budget cuts Vandals target



Gives SUS, other agencies chance to plan for 5 percent sting campus snack,

for the next fiscal year. to speculate on it," Lombardi! said. "I think
MIKE BRUSCELL
I By Martinez invited the governor-elect to the only question before anybody is how to drink machinesSomebody's
Staff Writer
Alligator help] draft new state budget due|In January, manage what is a relative slowdown in the
Gov.-elect Lawton Chiles added his two Chiles said. Florida economy." been trying to do some
cents to the state budgetmakingTuesday : process Lombardi called Chiles' approach "clear Board of Regents spokesman Pat Riordan nickel and diming on campus.
by asking agencies, headed" and said the cutbacksare said the Board hasn't received the letter UF police are investigating about 30
including the State University not necessarily across-the- from Chiles but the State University Systemis attempted break-ins on vending machines
System to support 5 percent board. prepared to go another round with budget throughout campus, police
program cuts. With the early warning, cuts.The Board is the 13-member panel that spokeswoman Angie Tipton said Thursday
"He's giving everybodyearly Lombardi! said UF will have guides Florida's nine public universities."We .

warning that everybody time to examine potential program will go through the same exercise," ''The vandalism started on Monday,"
better get ready for some belt- cuts and perhaps avoid Riordan said. "We will ask all the state
Tipton said."Basically they've been tryIng
UF President decisions. lead- institutions to decide what to be
tightening, drastic Campus programs
to disarm the (change) mechanismso
John Lombardi! said Thursday. ers thought they faced one of reduced." they can get the money."
Chiles who takes office in those drastic decisions earlier Riordan expected schools to wrestle with
two months said the such whether to reduce Tipton said both soda and snack machines
cuts were this semester when it appearedthe questions as or
necessary after 1991 state rev- money crunch would force eliminate summer classes. have been targeted. But, she
enues came-up-$1 lionshort.Chiles the cancellation- of{ summer- UF Provost Andrew Sorensen said he was said, new mechanisms on the machines
The Democrat took the stand after meeting courses. encouraged by Chiles' stance against mandatory kept people from breaking in.

I with Gov. Bob Martinez's aides and hearing Lombardi! said it's difficult to predict UF's across-the-board cuts for 1991 as
recession forecasts that project between fiscal future. MATTHEW SAUER
$900 million and$1.3 billion in budget losses "It's so far away, I don't even know how see Budget, page 9


Yo MTV Soviet writer




Raps to discusses life




visit UFBy 1,Arl in her countryBy


ADRIANNE TAYLOR
PATRICIA LEE
r Alligator Writer
Alligator Writer P k

Dead Week, the time students haveto As a black Soviet journalist before and after
rest just before finals, will end with Glasnost Yelena Khanga said that she has witnessedthe
change in the Russian government and that the
anything but peace and quiet now thata
press in Russia is like a "watchdog" now.
music and comedy show hosted by
who writes for the Moscow News born
Khanga, was
MTV is coming to UF, Student Gov.
ernment Productions Chairman Raul -> May I, 1962 in Moscow and is the first Soviet jour
nalist in with the Christian
an exchange program
Mateu announced Thursday.
Science Monitor.
Yol! MTV Raps, a video show on the The journalist, dressed in a high-collared long-
cable station Music Television is com- sleeved, black wool dress, visited reporting and Rus-
ing to the Reitz Union Ballroom Dec. sian language classes at.UF Wednesday. She recalleda
13 as part of its debut tour.Tickets for meeting with :her editorat
the U p.m. show go on sale Mondayand the Moscow News when
will be sold only to UF studentsfor the new governmental
$5 each, service charge included. changes began.

The show, which may be partially "My editor said: 'What's
taped but will not be broadcast, features common between a fly and
on-air hosts Doctor Dre and Ed the minister?' The answer
Lover and will be run in the same was they can both be killed At
format as the cable program."It by the newspaper,"Khangasaid.

will be a variety show with a lot .
of interaction between the students Journalism professor
and the stars," Mateu said. The show 14 Robert Pierce arranged for
includes a video monitor playing the the Soviet journalist to visit Khanga

latest rap videos and a rap and dance UF.
competition where students can win 14M "I'm in the field of international communicationsand
Yo! MTV Raps merchandise. A surprise I am eager for my students to hear about a 4
"guest rapper" also may appear, current-day journalist" Pierce said.

Mateu said., "Her being black made it interesting, but it had
"It's going to be a lively, fun, end- nothing to do with it ((inviting Khanga to UF)." he
of-semester opportunity to blow off said. "Primarly she's a journalist."

some steam before finals," he said. Khanga said she has a personal interest to pursue
SGP is co-sponsoring the event with during this her eighth visit to the United States: she
the Reitz Union Program Council. plans to write a book about her American roots. Her

The cable show is coming here be- grandfather was born in Mississippi and her grand-
cause UF !Is part of MTVs College mother in New York and they migrated to Russia
Representative Program an 18-school after their mixed marriage was not accepted by

organization that helps promote the society.
station in exchange for special pro Her grandfather, an agricultural specialist, formeda
grams, Mateu said. group of 16 black families to move to the Soviet

Because the show is a promotionalevent Union and work.
for the network,MTV pays most .. ': "'. ',' After Stalin's fall all immigrants were ordered to
of the expenses which they estimateat NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR either leave the country or apply for citizenship.
around $15,000, Mateu said. RUPC Set for takeoff Khanga's family decided to stay in the Soviet Union.
and SGP are sharing the remaining She is now the second generation of her family bornin
$3,500. Journalism senior Nubia Ramirez flies her kite Tuesday at a field on Russia."I .

The Yo! MTV Raps tour also is Bledsoe Drive. am looking for my own roots In this book,"

going to about seven other college
see Khanga. page 9 ,
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4,ALLIGATOR,FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16,1990
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ELSEWHEREEthics Attention: 1991 Spring .

Summer Graduates '

You still have time to be included in the

.panel. opens.. Keating- hearings- 1991 SPRING CAREER EXPO
Resume Book.
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Senate ethics com- severe as expulsion. None Is accused of lawbreaking.All .
mittee launched hearings into alleged influencepeddling of the Keating Five senators will have the chanceto
by five senators on behalf of an accused savingsand present evidence and witnesses and cross-examine Register with the
loan kingpin Thursday with a warning from the accusing witnesses.As .
Career Resource Center
panel chairman that many Americans think the law- he did in a preliminary report to the committee, by
makers traded their "honor" and "good names" for Bennett recommended that McCain and Glenn be November 21st.
cash. exonerated, saying the evidence showed "nothing
Robert Bennett, the panel's special counsel in improper"in their dealings involving Keating.Bennettwas
charge of the investigation of the so-called Keating not as easy on DeConcini and Riegle, revealing Stop by B-1 of the Reitz Union for more
Five senators, outlined the case against a quintet alleged dealings that helped Keating shortly after information.
accused of improperly exerting pressure on federal receiving campaign contributions. The special coun-
bank regulators for the benefit of S&L operator Char sel will detail his case against Cranston Friday.
les Keating Jr. Bennett said it would be "grossly unfair" to accuse
The accused lawmakers Sens. Alan Cranston, the fivesenators of causing the $2 billion 1989 failureof
D-Calif.; Dennis DeConcini, D-Ariz.; John Glenn, D- Keating's Lincoln Savings and Loan, the biggest
Ohio; John McCain, R-Ariz.; and Donald Riegle, D- single collapse in thenation's S&L fiasco. r
Mich. have proclaimed that they are innocent of But Bennett asked the three Democrats and three DISPLAY AND CLASSIFIED
wrongdoing.The Republicans of the ethics committee to determine
hearings are being held to determine whetherany whether the senators were"aiders and abettors to the ADVERTISING DEADLINESFOR
of the senators should be formally accused of end result... by giving to Mr. Keating that aura of THE THANKSGIVING
violating Senate rules governing conflict of interest political muscle and invincibility which he, the grand HOLIDAY:
and making contacts with regulators outside regular manipulator, used so effectively in accomplishing his
channels, which could lead to disciplinary action as personal agenda at the expense of the public good." aUliiiii r
will
The not publish on
. Martinez Cabinet approve boom car' law Thursday November 22nd or Friday. .
November 23rd. Therefore deadlineswill

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) You don't have to be The law targets sound "plainly audible" at a dis- be as follows:
moving,you need not necessarily be on a public street tance of 100 or more feet. The regulation says that Run Date Deadline:
and a police officer need only hear your thumpingbass applies to any auto or portable stereo inside or outsidea Nov. 26 Nov. 20
to hand you a citation under Florida's "boomcar" car "that can be clearly heard outside the vehicleby Monday, Tuesday,
law.Those. a person using his normal hearing faculties." Tuesday, Nov. 27 Wednesday, Nov. 21
are a few of the fine points of the new law In other words, officers must hear the noise with
clarified by regulations approved unanimously Thurs- their own ears, without a microphone or even a
day by Gov. Bob Martinez and the Cabinet. hearing aid. They must be in direct line of sight and
The law, which took effect Oct. 1, is intended to hearing, to calculate the distance and identify which
quiet down supercharged car stereos and providesfor vehicle is making the noise. Display Advertising
$35 fines.The Department of Highway Safety and "The officer need not determine the particular 376-4482
Motor Vehicles crafted the regulations after critics words or phrases being produced or the name of any Classified Advertising
said the law was too vague. Agency chief Leonard song or artist producing the sound," the rule says. 376-4446
Mellon said they should answer all questions. "The detection of a rhythmic bass reverberating type
"Booming stereos are not only a nuisance they sound is sufficient to constitute a plainly audible
are a safety hazard," Mellon said. sound.
"Drivers who can't hear the sound of traffic for the The car must be on a public street, but the regula-
sound of music likewise can't hear another car's horn, tion says that includes any parking lot or drivewayopen
a bicyclist's bell or a child's screams," Mellon said. to traffic.


REGISTRATIONfrom doing because the area's lines were Senators adopted a policy two
overwhelmed. years ago that said agencies and
page 1 Fincher doesn't want anyone to journals would not be notified at
She said the system racks up think phone registration will cure the beginning of an investigationso Is Your World
additional costs when students all ills.Just because frustrated stu- the accused party would have
change their minds about sched- dents won't stand in lines doesn't due process.

ules and make repeated calls. mean there won't be invisible Also, unlike the NIH, UF does Upside Down?
leagues of upset students wading
UF Provost Andrew Sorensensaid not accept anonymous complaints.Price .
the at home.
those additional costs can be through process said no UF researchers have
covered if college deans can be Academic Affairs Associate Vice ever been Investigated.
convinced to dip into their respective President Keith Legg echoed her Stress Management
colleges' accounts. concern."I Senators also discussed the pos- Depression
Another disadvantage expense is busy would hate it to be sold on sibility of an Environmental Science Eating Disorders Anxiety
signals. Fincher said phones at campus as a magic pill," he said. Program.
LSU were sometimes tied up at 2 In other business, a revised re- Many senators said environ Drug & Alcohol Relationship Conflicts
a.m. because students believed search conduct policy was passedto mental science could be a catchall -
they could get through easier in UF President John Lombardi!for for sciences but shouldn't be a Problems Family Difficulties
the early morning. approval.The fluff program.
Fincher said UF needs to learn new policy will comply witha Clay Montague, an environmental Counseling Testing
whether Gainesville phone sys- National Institutes of Health pol- engineering assistant professor
tems can handle registration. icy requiring contracted faculty to said such a program requiresa Motivational Improvement
Shortly after phone registration publicly announce misconduct Investigations strong science background as an
began at LSU, Southern Bell calledto said Research Vice Important foundation for graduate- Experienced & Licensed Staff
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WILDLIFEfrom ple find injured animals and call the agencyto "Oh, great. The damn well man is here," a simple "Thank you," she adds that the
page 1 pick them up. she said sarcastically people who visit must think they are state-
In those cases, the animals are broughtto In the last five months, the sanctuary's run or exist on grants.
sanctuary."Of the nearest rehabilitation center "be- well has been struck by lightning three Donations provide for the labor,the pens
course you get attached," she rea- cause ultimately we will let them go back times, and three times it has been fixed. and food for the animals. Chicken,beef and
sons. "You shouldn't, but just like doctorsdo into that area," he said. "It's not always the "A lot of little stuff keeps adding up," horse meat for the carnivores is bought
you do too. Sometimes it hurts when case, but it's our goal.! Adams said.Tonight wholesale from Lacrosse, a town 20 miles
they leave." Rehabilitation is difficult sometimes some of the volunteers are hold- northeast of Newberry, every other week.
About three months ago, Pearson recruited impossible.The animals must be taught to ing a fund-raiser at the Hardback Cafe(from Pearson keeps the meat in three antique-
volunteers to help her release a hunt and protect themselves.If 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.Two local bands,Tonguesof looking freezers.A .
female Bobcat named Sweet Pea, "some- the animal is not naturally from Florida, Ecstasy and Mr. Whoopie, will play. neighboring grocer donates (fruits and
where out toward Cedar Key," she jokes."It rehabilitation is out of the question. And if Admission is $4. Volunteers hope to raise vegetables for the birds, deer and other
was muck and mire up to our knees," the animal was abused or permanently crip- $300 to $400 (for the sanctuary. herbivores."We .
Pearson said. "We had to make sure she pled, it also can't be released. Q(5( Meanwhile, the commission take anything we can get," Pearson
was away from the highway, residents, and Patience and Kemo,two black-and white- still is offering the sanctuary more said. "One time one of my neighbors hada
had available food." haired wolf Malamute mixed breeds, sharea r; confiscations, and people who calf who died so he skinned it and donatedit
Sweet Pea was confiscated from a man pen. Both were confiscated from abusive i know about the sanctuary still are to us."
who was keeping her and a Siberian lynx owners by the commission. Noticeably bringing injured animals to Pearson's front o The general attitude of the
illegally. Many of the animals at the sanc- obese, Patience nervously skits around the gate. people in the neighborhood to-
tuary are taken in because of similar cir- pen,always looking over his shoulder when "The other day we got a call from downin ward the sanctuary is favorable.
cumstances. people approach. Kemo withdraws into the Miami," Adams said. "There is this wolf "They're better neighbors than
have that mistreated most,"said Tom Cross,who lives
"People don't realize they need permits, shadows of a den. they was very badly"Adams
or people move from one state where they "Whoever had Kemo had him chained in holds her hand off the ground directly behind the sanctuary. "At leastthey're "
don't have to have one to a state where they the back yard with a chain big enough to about a foot. "Fecal material up to here. not going to cut down the trees.
do," Adams said. That is where they get hold an elephant," Adams said. "I don't Basically, we were its only hope." "I'm glad somebody takes care of those
caught. think he was socialized." Pearson and the volunteers are anxiousto animals,"said Edie Rogers.The only thing
The Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Socializing is important when keeping see how many people will find their way I've ever seen over here is their peacocksin "
Commission gave Sweet Pea to Pearson to wolves in captivity, Adams said. Petting to the sanctuary, and also how many will my yard, and they're beautiful.!
either rehabilitate or care for the rest of the them,walking them and letting them inter- leave a donation."I "Gosh, when they first opened up, I
animal's life.Commission. act with other wolves keeps them happy. just really can't believe people come thought they'd stink everybody out, but I
spokesman Dewey Weaver Although it has always managed to all the way out here and don't give any haven't smelled nothing," said Florence
said only 1 percent of the animals they pull through in the past,a string of bad luck money."Adams said. Johnson, who has lived next to the sanctuary
handle are confiscated because of illegal has left the sanctuary deep in debt. But then, in a quick effort to justify why for 26 yearslonger than the sanctuary \
ownership. Most of the time, he said, pea Adams turns toward the front gates. dozens of hour-long tours have ended with has been there. "They're just fine."




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DART to UF administrators for enforcing limitationson

dormitory visitation that dorm residents didn't ask for

and don't want.

Shortly after five local college students were found

murdered in their southwest Gainesville homes in Au-

gust, administrators imposed on the dorms a visitation

plan that permits students to be in their rooms and/or
floor lounges with people of the opposite sex from 11 ML n'S CH1.DRrn! >aPVE GUNS

a.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday, and from 11

a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday through Saturday. Paper should broaden its horizons
Dorm residents are allowed at the beginning of each

academic year to vote on what type of visitation they Lighten up,Alligator.I .
want to. allow on their floor. UF housing officials provide I had a long talk with graduate student Michael -fr Lorraine SchneebergerEADERS'

four plans, ranging from open visitation 24 hours Wallner the other day. He told me a few gripes that R
to none at all. had been eating him about the paper. The more I ADVOCATEContrary

Most floors choose 24-hour visitation. Although theydidn't listened, the more I realized the same things annoyedme
too. to what some people might think, there are
complain about the stricter rules when they were The No. 1 concern why does The Alligator take other activities in this town than waking up with a
imposed, now they're tired of the limitations. They say itself so damn seriously? What I'm talking about is a hangover.
they feel as if their opinion about their living situationhas severe lack of humor and entertainment in the paper. Wallner feels The Alligator cheats the readers by
been discarded.We Wallner focused on APPLAUSE as the area that is offering an entertainment section only on Thursdays.Is .
administrators to reconsider their decision hurting the most I have to agree-the entertainment this to say that for the other four days, the readeris
urge allowed only straight news? Perhaps it is time to
section of this leaves wanting.
me
and allow the students to return to their original visita- newspaper bring entertainment out of a single section and into
The format is the same all the time. APPLAUSE
tion choices either in the semester's remaining weeks, or the daily run of the paper.A few more humor columns
focuses strictly on topics that appeal to only an mini-
at the beginning of next semester.We scule number of people. Prime example: a three-page would really give the paper a boost.
don't criticize administrators for their choice to ((including cover sheet) spread on The Brady Bunch." Students are interested in trends. Fashion articles,
limit visitation in August. It was a trying time for every- This appeals to 34,000 people? even parodies, would break up the monotony of
straight news. What about students who cook or are
one concerned and we're sure they did what they It would seem the APPLAUSE editors didn't have interested in food? Some type of food section wouldbe
thought was best for student safety. three or four really good articles or columns, so they a good idea.

But the problem doesn't lie with time restraints, it lies filled the space with one big mediocre one. The newspaper cannot ignore the news by any
It's not that Brady Bunch article would be all that '
with irresponsible people who doors late at a means. But a specific page set aside for some lighter
prop open bad (I'm fighting to remain unbiased here). But not topics would interest students.
night so their friends can get in the building. Students such This is definitive
a big one. overkill of a topic. I get the feeling the staff of the and
paper
need to be educated about the need for safety in their Reviews in the entertainment section focus on local specifically APPLAUSE -have the same problems.
daily routines, but putting resident assistants on the look- bands and alternative music. I have not heard of manyof Ideas come up and they are rearranged.Articles should
out for guys trying to sneak girls into their rooms after these bands and it is doubtful I will ever listen to have been written, but they never are.

hours, and vice versa, doesn't do the job. their music, except accidentally. The pictures of the Journalists feel if they are not serious all the time,
bands always consist of, in Wallner's words: "Four
they're not real journalists. This is untrue.
LAUREL to administrators for deciding to refrain
dressed in black
sitting the of their
guys on steps
The name of this is The Independent Florida
from buying animal-related research from Carolina Bio- apartment." paper
Alligator. The "Independent" is emphasized. Why
logical Supply Co., a North Carolina company that is fac- I'm not knocking anyone's taste, but APPLAUSE doesn't the paper try to run more humor and enter-
ing a federal investigation centered around animal-abuse needs to realize there is more to life than the alternativescene. tainment columns even if the writers don't know how
charges. There is gasp! mainstream music, and well they will be received? Said Wallner, "If you don't

Last year, UF spent $49,000 on the company's class- local some students might be interested in it more than the go over the edge, you have no impact at all And
"
groups. sometimes, you have to go over it.
room materials, such as animal cadavers, plastic hearts Another set of topics beaten to death in APPLAUSEis Lorraine Schneeberger is a third-year journalism
and other life-science supplies. the club scene,the bar scene and the alcohol scene. student.

UF will continue to buy materials such as test tubes i LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
and beakers, but will not buy other items until the U.S.
Department of Agriculture completes its investigation. An- NOW was out- The result was a one-sided edi- NOW was the only group that
other LAUREL to students from UFs College of Veterinary torial for NOW. Here's what really wanted to march to the steps of
voted not stifledEditor happened. Tigert Hall I believe that when you
Medicine who complained to school officials ,
,
protest on the of Tigert Hall,
This is i in NOW wanted to place a bright steps
prompting them to take action. : response to the
Oct. 8 article by Debbie Cenziper. red ribbon in front of every frater- you are protesting against UF.Egomaniacal and
In it, she suggested that SG cen- nity where an alleged rape was re- NOW believed press
ported. Panhellenic's delegate did cameras would'come if they pro-
sored Campus NOW (National Or-
alligator Editor ganization for Women) during not want to do this because it would tested.NOW wasn't stLfted',just out-

Judy A. Plunkett Rape Awareness Week. Nothing make the,Greek system look bad.I voted.,

Managing Editor Opinions Editor could be further from the truth. I agreed with Panhellenic, and Instead of discussing their dif-
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier i Four organizations put on Rape still do.This would have been a slap ferences with SG or Panhellenic,
Awareness Week: COAR, Panhel- in the face to the fraternity system. NOW went straight to The Alligatorand
Letters Policy lenic Council, NOW and SG. Ms. We need fraternities to participate found the publicity they've
Latter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page), They should be Cenziper never-spoke with Lisa in Rape Prevention. Do you think been dreaming of all along.
typed. double-spacad and signed They should Include a typed name, address and telephone, Sterits, the director of the project, they would have participated if
number. Names will be withheld' If the writer shows just causa If you have any questions call NOW Richard Shutter
the editorial page editor at 3764458. or with COAR or Panhel1enlc'sdelegates attacked them in such a fash-
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By MIKE NEUMEIER reverse the effects of smoking,"Fiedler said. would hot even consider doing."I smoking has increased in these groups since
Alligator Writer "They will begin to taste more and,in time, see television commercials with black 1987. She said lung cancer has surpassed
be able to smell better." lungs and other sick side effects,and I want breast cancer in causing deaths among
Albert the Alligator blocked the sidewalk Students were given Smokeout Survival nothing to do with any of that,Rohlfing said. women.
next to the Reitz Union Thursday passingout Kits to help them make it through the day. During Thursday's Smokeout, studentswere Pop-Stojanovic said if trends continue,
stickers and shaking hands to help promote The kits include candy, gum, strikeless asked to sign a petition supporting any women will outnumber men in lung cancer
the American Cancer Society's 14th matches and tips on how to quit smoking. 1991 laws banning smoking in Florida cases by the year 2000.
Annual Great American Smokeout. Food, pamphlets and buttons also were schools,hospitals and public buildings. UF sophomore Violet McDonald said she
Neither Albert nor Alberta smokes, and handed out. Glenda Simmons, co-chairwoman of the does not want to stop smoking."I .
they said they wished students would think UF engineering graduate student Mark ACS campus events, said the petition has started smoking when I was 15," Mc-
seriously before they started smoking.The Roberts,a smoker,quit for the day. He said been a success. She said allowing people to Donald said. "It is sort of a nervous habit. I
ACS Great American Smokeout's ob- he tried chewing gum but found it was no smoke in health-care centers is contradic- bite my nails less when I smoke."
jective is to encourage smokers to quit smokIng substitute for a cigarette. He said his best tory to the facilities'purposes. Kiss 105 joined Albert and Alberta for a
for 24 hours, said Dana Fiedler, co- bet was to keep busy. Frances Pop-Stojanovic, ACS District 7 live broadcast from the Smokeout booth,
chairwoman of ACS campus events. UF nursing student Debbie Rohlfing said program director, said the ACS is targeting and the Dazzlers performed throughout the
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By AMY ZAKARIN healing rocks. plant that can save the world," he and marijuana, none. also experienced trouble with mar.
Alligator Writer "I'm fighting for religious free said. But Jody Kaler,substance abuse ijuana.
dom, civil liberties, the invasion of Rossman said his friend, Jack and psychiatric counselor at Vista "About four months ago, I was
Wednesday Marc Rossman had privacy and the fact that the laws Herer, national director and Pavilion, says there are a lot of arrested for possession of mari
jury duty. Next month he will be about marijuana are unjust to begin founder of HEMP and author of psychological problems related to juana when I actually only had four
the defendant in a trial for his arrest with," he said. The Emperor Wears No Clothes, researched marijuana. seeds and a stem." Sonin said.
on possession of one ounce of About 20 narcotics officers arrested hemp for 17 years. "Marijuana wears down the im- "Isn't that ridiculous?"

marijuana. Rossman after entering his The book claims that hemp can mune system, affects the short- If convicted, Rossman faces
Forty-one-year-old Rossman,the home with a narcotics search war be used as fuel, paper, fiber and term memory, concentration and maximum sentence of 3 1/2 to four a
head of the Florida chapter of Help rant at about 3:30: p.m. April 18. food. The book also includes statistics psychomotor coordination," Kaler in prison.He .
Eliminate Marijuana Prohibitionand Since his arrest, Rossman has from the World Almanac and said, adding that there is a debate years
father of a 14-year-old daughter spoken at a downtown rally and the past 18 years of the Surgeon about whether marijuana is physically said he will ask the jury to
tells the story of his arrest published five articles in local papers General's reports. addictive. pardon him on the grounds that all
while sitting in what he calls the advocating the hemp plant."I The statistics include the number UF sophomore and HEMP sup- U.S. marijuana laws are unjust,
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I BUDGET
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well as UF's efforts to cope with
I current budget cuts.

Although Martinez and the Cabinet -
reduced 1990-91( cuts to about
I 12.3 percent, the l Regents ordered a
!} 0.5 percent cut weeks earlier, anticipating
I poor revenue and a sluggish -
I economy. Those combinedcuts
haven't hurt UF as much as
I earlier feared, Sorensen said.

I Sorensen said he expects UF to
create a preliminary Summer A
I schedule within the next two or
three weeks, which will include
about two-thirds of the originally
"T planned class offerings.

Students and faculty will have
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Khanga said."I .
4 rr! I hope to tell the story of other
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black Russians through my book.
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The book Khanga is working on
is a project for the New York-based
Rockefeller Foundation. She ap-
j plied for a Warren Weaver Fellowship -
I given to individuals from
j different backgrounds and profes-
b sions working to enhance their
studies, through the foundationand
was accepted to work on her
study of blacks in Russia.
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"Khanga was selected because
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II Alligator ClassifiedsFOR









RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.Sublet SUBLEASE: HSEAPTVery _

Classifications o How to place a
1 FURNISHEDHousing large 2br unit In Summit House. spacious 1bdrm apt. Nice NW com .[

Unit L-21., Call 378.9668.Dllcountl! 11- plex. Pool, tennis, many closets. Beautl-
classified ad
218.2 full Call Ive 3787819. 11-16-4-4. :
Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop mess '
:1 For Rent Furnished
all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly,
This month's rent FREE! 1 bdrm studio Large 1 br 1 ba heat/AC. Free washer In Person:
parking laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. 2 For Rent Unfurnished
117 NW 15th St. 377-4269.. 12-14-62-1 apt. Nice,close to campus. $295/mo.Call and dryer. Nov., last security paid $349mo. Cash, check MC or VISA.

Tracy 378-2651 11.19.5.2 Safe gaurded place 3100 SW 35 PI. 3 Mobile Homes
The Office
OAKBROOK 2/2 (urn. and unlurn Roommate 392-4792 day .472-2928 nits 11-20-5-4 Alligator
matching avail. Wash/dry. From AVAIL. JAN. Phoenix up/down/ apts. For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave

$162.SO. Diversified Properties, REAL Hookups, dishwasher, carpet. $310. KEY F n/s for private bdr In 3 bdr apt near 4 Sublease / M-F Bam. 4 pm
MANAGEMENT 3723060. 11-16-4-2 House/Apt.
TOR. 373-9375 or 3789090. 12-14-29- Butler Plaza $154 a month Novemberfree. Main BookstoreHub
$100 security moves In call
1 you 5 Roommates
for nice apt for rent, $350mo. Close to 378.2019 11-20-5-4. Customer Service Desk

campus A overlooks pool & volleyball ct. 6 For Sale M F S am .4:30 pm
3 room furnished apt. Full kitchen, cable,
Call 3389630. 11.20.5.2
phone, pool. N.xllo Oaks Mall and 175. 1 1br/lba unfurn at In The Pines. Big 7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier's Ollice/

Rent by week or month. $450/mo. 331- Super Clean 2bdr/1 ba duplex apt., central enough for two. $365/mo./ available end M.F B am 9 pm

1618. 12-14-19-1 heat/air, fenced yard, bike to UF, pet of fall term. Call 3771597. 11-19-3-4. 8 Motorcycles Sat ft Sun Closed

OK, $310/mo. Call Sarah 3753378. 11. 9 Autos .
Medical Bookstore, ShandsM.
F n/s/ needed to sublease a room In 2br/1 ... .
FOR RENT 19-5-2 bh apt. In Spanish Trace by 1/91 $200/mo 10 Wanted F, S am 4 30 pm

: + 1/2 utll. Call Amy 335.9191 or 392-
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MORE FOR YOUR
$ Mall
11 Services By :
9575 112654Lg
2 UNFURNISHEDDEC. SPACIOUS 3 ft 4 bdrm townhomee Use forms
appearing weeklyin
Close to SFCC ft UF 12 Services
2bd/ 2bth In Wills. Village HUGE bal. Typing the Alligator Sorry, no cash by

OCCUPANCY $425 rents this SW Woodgate 332-4544 Manor Apartment cony 485/mo dep. neg. Avail. 12/1/ GPD 13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA or checks only.

condo close to UF ft shopping detect. neigh close to campus pets ok
Pool/lenced 501 SW 75th Street 14 Business Phone 373-FIND
patio/cent air/dishwasher. 335.5701 11-26-5-4 Personals By :

KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060.11-16-4- 12-14-21-2 Payment by VISA or Mastercard
15 Personals
2 Regency Oaks-1bd/1/ 1 ba $345/mo. / available ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
ONE MONTH FREE on studio and one
Jan. Call John at 3734694.. 12-3- .
16 Connections M. F 8.30 4 pm.
UF,
bedroom Walk to COLLEGE
apartments.
Walk to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270 $260, 10.4
*
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse PARK 411 NW 15 St. 371 T7-
$440,Sec. 17' Notices
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 11.30.10.2 LOOK! House .4 rent. 2-3 large bdrmi, Q How to correct

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 12-14-. fireplace, fenced yd/deck/ close 2 cam 18 Rides
Beautiful 3 bd/3 ba condo. Screened '-
76.2 Pets ok/no/ .495/mth cancel your ad:
fans pus/mall. depl Only 19 Pets
porch, washer/dryer, ceiling corner .

Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet unit in Rockwook Villas. $725/mo. 338- 376-7652 11-26-5-4 20 Lost & Found'o Cancellations:
3982 leave 11-26-5-2
washer/dryer available In most units for ( message) .
Call 373 FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4. pm.
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. I 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE No
refunds can be given.
$250-$375, sec ft Imr. 3726422. 12-14-. 1 br/ba, lease up end of Jan w/ option to

76-2 renew. .4mo leases. Move In today, only VILLAGE
$260mo., Nov. Only $150.Call 336.8110. Roommates available. Reserve your When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Check .
your ad the FIRST day it runs.Call
INCREDIBLE 11.21.3.2 room for spring. Bus serviceto .
373 FIND with corrections be.
any
Efficiency Apt. UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn
Starting at $185 $175-$250 per roommatemonth.MZ Classifieds will begin TWO fore noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY

Starting MEADOWCREST110NW39thAve at $235 / 2 Bedroom MOBILE HOMES: Property 375-0207 Mgmt. Inc. Realtor DAYS after they are placed. THE RESPONSIBLE AD RUNS FOR INCORRECTLY.THE FIRST DAY Corrected .

3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo 11-30-27-5 Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

378-3988 Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after

375-3861 Farmsrentals from $260 Incl. Female non-smoker to share 2br 2ba aptw THREE days to apPear. Ads placing the ad. Changes called in after

12-14-76-2. water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn same. $245. + 1/2 util. must like cats! the first day will not be compensated.

main. Also some great buyi. Quietl Will 335-3764. 11-28-20-5 may run for any length of time

NEAR NATIONWIDE/VA/SHANDS 2BR take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes
walk-in closet/skylight, quiet area. $350 Open we.kend.loo. 12-14-47-3 URGENTI! Need roommate for Jan. at Corrections must be made In person at
KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060. 11-16- Polos. Own bedroom, bath, + home Sorry but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON.

...2 Must sell 1972 Manatee 12 x 60 2 bd 1 alarm. F/n-s, undergraduate $255. Call for cancelled ads. There will be s $2.00 correction fee.

ba, w/d hookup, storage shed. Close to 3710575. 11-19-9-5
"Check Our New Specials Oaks Mall. $5500. Call 332.0688, Ive
All Amenities Available mess. 112110.3 Studious, clean n/s/ F to share very nice
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED SW luxury condo townhouse. 2bdr/1 1/2/ *******************

Roommates Available A1 unitsrent to own bath, wash/dry, many extras. $240/mo + ***** J if0iti0D f0i/9

We're No.1REGENCY $125-$145. ((38 months) Prime park 1/2 utll. Available Immediately. Call 332-

OAKS Alamar Gardens 3734244save 9323. 11.19.10.5 Five Star Pizza CIGARETIESMOKERS

378-5766 ___
this once a week ad. 11.16.1.3SUBLEASE mm mm *
3230 SW Archer Road Windmeadows n/. F to share large master r *
COUNTRY GARDENS bdr In furnished 2/2. Available Immediately 411 MONDAY MONCHIES |

373-4500. : spring. $165/mo. Call 3355284.. *, 18"Jumbo Pizza *

2001 SW 16th Street 11-20-10-5 only $4.99 1 *

12-14-76-2 4 HOUSE/APT. 71 I '. Items .25 lit or
F N/S roommate for own bdr In Park Valid Monday thru 1 1/30/BO *

SPACIOUSONE Place. 3bd/2ba (turn apt for Spring. Only .. - - I *
2br/lba unfurn .420 mo til 8/15./ Free first MARIJUANASMOKERS
BEDROOM APT 1ml from campus. $203/mo + 1/3util + 110 TUESDAY *
last rents ft no deposit. Point West. Call .
ONLY $273MO.LYONS 3780234.. ".18.8." deposit. Call 3351883. 112010.5 : suymyutHUiiidg| HiWiMmiiiyouiMio'Oiiir. | **

APT ..I I 256 each I *
Oxford Manorfemale to share 2 bdr/ 2 *
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797
Oak Glade 1 bdr/1 ba
12-14-76-2 Shands.Apartments- free ba apt., partially furnished ADT security *| Valid Tuesdays thru 1 1/30/BO I *
near 1 1/2 months rent.
system. $250 + 1/2 utilities. Call LeA- with exercise-
$250/mo. Call Rose 370-2507. 11165Sublease 1 1wnnsoiv
1 bedroom furnished unfurnished nne or Joy 377-4056. 11-21-10-5 :1
apartment or 4 HAWAIIAN PARTY J
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- 411. induced asthma.
BURG Female, ns, student needed for Spring 16"Urge Hawaiian Pizza *
VILLAGE 3761253. 12.5.30.2
spacious 1 bdr near law school, semester. 2 bedroom 1 1/2 bath. $160 *| with Ham & Pineapple I *
bike to UFo Camelot Call
Apartments.
ALOHA GARDEN APTS month. 332-9616.. 11-16-5-5 only $4.99 If-
336-8262 alter 6 p.m. Available now Earn up to $335
lovely 1.2.3 br, all amenities, near 1370/moobo. Nov. free. 11-16-5-4. J I Valid Wcdnudaya. thru 1 1/30/80/ I *
Fem Rmmt needed Jan. Own .
Shands, VA, Shopping 3009 SW Archer starting 411, - - I by participating In
RD. Bdrm in spacious 2 BR In Stoneridge. No THIRSTY'THURSDAY *
3770555. 111815.2 Sublease 1 Ibr/lba $350 mon
1. Regency Oaks.per Contact startingDec Jim at pets. Call Amy 3361390. 11-16-5-5 J IBuy A 16"Large 1 Item Pizza For Onlyl! our research study.

Apt avail. now: 2bd, d/w, porch, $375-80;
378-3937. 11-19-5-4 ".74
F N/S for Spring in 2 bd/2.5 b apt./nlcely .1 1 1 *
avail Dec, 2bd, porch w/d/ d/w, $385;
furnished except for own room. Must be *I And Get A 6 Pack of Coke fill *
1 bd, $275; all w/cent h/a fans; 373-0701 Need someone to sublease apt. by Dec. neat/$200. Call 374-8428. leave mes tl Valid I Thursday thru 1/30/90 I j/

11-19-13-2 1. 1 Ibdr loft, new carpet. $349/mo. Archer 11-19-10-5
Woods. Donna 376-0210 or office 373- sage. :1 I F i. N SAT. LATS NIGHT PARTY I :

Duplex apt., 1 BR, LR, Kit, bath, AC/heat, I
8727. 1128104REGENCY
Rockwood VillasNS for luxurious .1 1 16"
3 blocks from UF, 1 blk off Univ. Ave. fully Large 1 Hem Pizza | *. Interested? For

.. $200.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR, A- turn. 3 bd/3 ba condo. $235/mo/ + 1/3 :I only $4.99 *
OAKS f/ns to share 3br/2ba, utll. All amenities. Call 335-9124. 11- I more informationcall
Frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338- $120 share/l6Sown + l/4utlllty, December : 16-5-5 1 From 10 PM.3 AM J

1839. 1130102Duplex '90 free ASAP call Christy 336-8152., J I Valid.Fridays: Saturdays:Ihfu:: 11/30/90 I Monday-Friday
""
11.30.12.4 Oakbrook Walk-F/NS needed to share .1 l wiiDir.roowuImcui. I
for rent. 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, full 8
am 4pm.
room. w/d/ furnished, clean, close to UF.
kitchen, allowed, close to ; : irD.u..SB.BO,
pets campus, I ,
( :
Sublet 1 br, furnished or unfurnished In Call 336-7796 Iv. message. $215 1/4/
$350/month, Call 371-811411 1-800-654-
'
.4544.. 112010.2 or The Laurels w/d, dw, ALARM ft more. utll./mo. 11-16-4-5. .I we_16"Deluxe =7.60 / I'If-
iMigigTwpwmwmM'iMiwii.'
Available 191. Call 336-4151 11-21-5-4 *

CHECK THIS OUTI SW 2 BR 1.5 BA.Washerdryerdishwashercent.air. Private Room, 1 Bk to UF, Lock Mail box, .Jl L Valid Sunday thru 11130100--.1.| J 392-9086
t., Unfurnished 2br 1 1/2 ba Close to UF & cox cable, utilities Incl. Share
$300
KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060. 11-16-4-. Shopping 345mo. Lease thru Feb. November kitchen/bath. $150mo 376-3291 or 491- -37Ssa II

2 Free. Call 372-0120 after 6.00 pm 2083 Beeper. 11.28.10.5 ****************** I : <-8-1-< < >"<-810 !<- ''- '



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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16.1990.ALLIGATOR_

ROOMMATES ROOMMATESRoommate ROOMMATES 6 FOR SALE FOR SALE


"BRANDYWINE"F $180 month Inclu utilities WINDMEADOWS M/F/ needed to share TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk ((2)) Orion Amps 225 HCCA ((2)) Orion XTR
n/s/ to share room Tower Road Call 332.0786. Discount for 2bd/2ba apt lor Spring Rent Is negotiable drives 2 film cassettes, 2 him cannlsters subs ((1)I) Trek 1400 bike ((1)) Luxman tuner
$140/mo + 1/3 utilities housekeeping 11.20-4.5 > 1/2 utilities. Call335-5018 11-21.5.5 Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 ((1)) Nintendo w/ games Eric 3719384.
Call 376.2320 leave message yrs Perfect for small typesetting jobs 11.19.5.8
11.19.5.5 WALK TO UFII 2 bedroom/1 bath $175. Mill Run condos, mIl. own bedroom Good machine for small type shop System -
COLLEGE PARK 411 NW 15 St 371 cable, washer/dryer, can move In at end Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font SAFARI AUDIO..for all of your car stereo
Liberal F/M for own room In apt 2 bike to 7777 11.30-10.5 of fall or Jan 1. $225 & 1/2 utils Call disks $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at neede Com see the expert at
UF $i70+*d. Should like call, imoken Joe at 336-3932. 11-2655 373.9928 lor more info Safari Audio. 4110 SW 34th St n, 336-
375.1274 alter 6pm 11-1635 F/N/S lor Spring. Own bd/ba, $268+1/3 1128. 12515.8
utilities, w/d Included. Call Kerrl at 336 Room for rent In 3/2/ on 5 acres just 3 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
Roommate wanted.own bedroom In large 6393 11.30.10.5I miles from town. M/F/ prefer' n/a. Horse brand are all at our New Locetlonl Car OAKTREE SHADZ: SUNGLASSESRayBan$35Vuarnet$45Bolle$40etc.

4bdr house Walking distance to UF. w/d, I need a home F n/i seeking same to welcome. $150 mth + 1/3 util. Call 377 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- .
central heat/ac 1/4 mil $200/mo./ 372 4594. 11 2655 2070. 12.14.78.8Crlmeatopper .
,
sublet or share apt. lor Spring semester Call 335 6450 to save your money. 11.
2013. 11.19.5.5SUBLET Please call 372.9389 or 305792.5387 30.12.8
eve before' 10pm. 113010.5 House, 2 Bdr Fenced Yard. N/S/ F/M. 3 Car Alarm, K-40 Radar
: Georgetown Apartments ml or 10 mln from UF, Great for student Detectors, Infinity, Saneul, Sony, MUST SELL, RALEIGH 12 SPD. ROAD
Available now, great location. F n/s needed: own bdr In (turn 2/1/ across with pets iSSmo + 1/2 utll cable, furnished Orion Bazooka, Horn or Car Stereo BIKE. EXCEL CONDo. $225 OBO Mike
USD/month November (reel) Call Steveat from UF. NW Apt, upstr secured win. 377.4795. 11 I.22-55F W* Beat All Price 3733754. 12.14.76. 375.4003. 11-19.56

336-1338 leave message 11.21.10.5 dows, door alarms $205 +1/2 utll Call 6
NS wanted for Spring In 3 bd 2 ba 1
378.0850 Iv mag. 11277.5 Bumper box: ((2)) 15' spkrs, 4 tweets,
Roommate wanted- M/F to share 3 bd3 block from campus Huge bedroom & ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Sherwood 240w amp mounted onto Unit.
ba brand new apartment. Spacious bedroom LAKEWOOD VILLAS F roommate closets $207/mo+ 1/3 elec & phone Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, Strong sound; easy to transfer $400 Call
Includes own bath. W/D/ Included + needed lor 3 bdr:wash/dry.fully turn Free water. Must seat Call 3713949. Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 3722913. 11195.8
lull amenities Reflections $220/mo 332- safe.guard dog. Rent negot + 1/Sutil 1.28.5-5 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 1214766
3537. Honeywell laptop computer 286 40 meg
25
335 6477 11 16
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1126.5.5&Vb F N/S Spring. Spacious/ 2 bdr/1 ba In SW harddrive wmodem, 3 1/2m drive, bat .
IWs .,, .&F0. ....:WO 11III ._:.... ._:.... ..:.... area Own room $t60/ month + 1/2 utilities DISCOUNT HI-FI tery charger, case $2400. Call 373.8961.
n n n n n-
Call 335.2740. No pets Leave 722 S. Main The Red Bldg. 11 H 1956

f message 11.20.3.5 WE ARE CHEAPER
BurdinesATTENTION All New Christmas Silk Flower Arrange
.
Female n/a. serious student Own roomIn 12 14-76 6 ments. Fri, Sat, Nov 16 & 17 1955 NW
nice, older home 2 blocks from campus 55th St t 111636GETTING
.. 180mo. + utll 378.1292 or 378- CAR ALARMS installed remote control
COLLEGE STUDENTSHow 5897. 11.30.9.5SPRING any car truck or van fully guaranteed will MARRIED? 1.20 karat dia-
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. message mond engagement ring, VVSI, $3200.
would you like to tarn extra tSS during your winter break AND receive a 911 I F/M needed, large bedroomIn 1214370 Call Evan at 3746574. 11.20.5.8For
? discount on your holiday shopping? 3 bdrm house, 3 blka. from campus
If you would, BURDINU it the place to bel $160 plus utilities Flreplacel 3765177 MICRO/CENTER/ Computers 376.1148Editor's sale: I round trip ticket Irom Orlandoto
11.26.5.5 choice Hewlett Packard D.C. Wed 11/21 return
Washington
We are seeking motivated sales and service.minded individuals to Jan us duringthis
Northgate M/C Prices lower than ing Mon 11/26 Call 373.1650. 11163
holiday season. REFLECTIONS. F N/S roommate mailorder Systems below Include 1 1mb, 8
Become part of the excitement at Florida's leading retailer this holiday season... needed ASAP. Own bd/bt/ in brand 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk graphics monitor.
Call the Burdines Personnel Office closest to you NOW for more Information .. new 3 bd/ 3 ba apartment security MC 28612$948, MC 386SX $1086, All dig Technics am/fm cass w/built eq.
system, WID./ Furnished except bd. Northgate 386/20 $2499. Leading Edge 240 watt amp. box w/2/ 12 inch wool & 2
Bna9ard taunt/ $213/mo/ 336-1056 11214.5 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery 150 watt tweet. $500 comp Jell 332
Dade County "Hollywood...'''lOn 305.49'75. 195 $1995. 1 & 2 year warranties Onsite war. 2303. 11.1936
Cutler rdge. JOS.JlHI'' '00,011 IDS.117.1)1. Oxford Manor- roommate needed for ... Panasonic 1180 printer- $185
hism/Oaddsrd 101."l-JU'. card. Square IDS.7n.7)1. spring tern 3bd townhouie Master bd HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University Yard sale' Must sell Lots of furn, TV's.
/ 1os s77.199/ ,, 105.766.6114was
.Dade 105. .4..715w.tland Pomp for rent $230/mo. Call 373.0424 Dawn or Av. 1214526 900AM. Sat. 2842 S.W. 38th PI Napier
JQI 1l1./llS palm Bach Missy 11.20.35Your Oaks subdivision 335-1283. 11.162.6I
.MMarnl. IoHh 705.{71.115 rota Salon 407.391.411{ .. CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286-12 w/1 meg
'n'd Street JOI..o.4111 PB cardm 407.775 14Sayt.n
Basch 407.739.4116 roommate hasn't t done the dishes In ran, 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor 1 roundtrip airline ticket G'vllle,Pittsburgh .
544 Palm Mach 407.654.4114 HOW long? Find a better dishwasher In $900. Other system available. 332. over Xmas.cheap. 374.4087, 1 11 I.
10 %W the Classifieds! 8333. 11-19156

FUTON AND FRAME SALE COMPUTER
Extra thick cotton/loam futons, & aola-
bed frames From only $200 per set : )ISKOUNTERS
Call Al 373.3127 or Matt 3772110. 11 I.

Startta Hue ifeg MPUTER 0762 Beet price 11.21.5.6Furniture on quality computer 373-


: dining table w/4 chairs, full
ISKOUNTERS size bed/bookshelf/ w/3/ drawers dresser,
armchair. CALL 335.7043 after 5.00 pm

DIVISION DIRECTORS 11.19.3.8
"We'II Beat any Competitive Prices *
286.12 complete system only $950 ** YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RINQ
386 SX-16 complete system only $1225 From the company that offers credit
Call 373.0762. 11.21.56 card Installment plan*. Jotnl
There I la a difference; look for III
SEASON BASKETBALL TICKETS on Acropolis 11.18.1.8 1
applicationsdue
level 3. Call David Maul 407.422.5631
day*. Will take best offer 11-1666 Compact disk player 4 sale) Mint cond,
cables and tree renewable 2 yr ext war
Top of the line Onkyo receiver, TEAC ranty from Sears $85 Iv msg 334.9013
Monday Nov. 19th tape deck and Infinity speakers 1000 Hurryl) t 11-20.3-6
obo. Chris 392-8077 8.5 pm. 11. 8.5.8
Car audio installations any radio, amp,
Need to tell Italian bicycle with 12spda, EO, speakers at cheap prices Also,
IL 4:30;:. pm Florida Blue Key Office suntour trans, 4 Ims with quick release equipment for sale Alpine, Kenwood,
locks & more Asking $310 obo. 3360371 ADS, BA, .ct. 3323523. 11-26.56
62 pm. 11-1946
1 Davis Cup Finals tickets St. Petersburg .
Nov 30.Dec 2. Will, take best offer
Call Craig at 3710023. 112656

19 Inch color tv, non.remote, $80 video
player, $80. Spalding Blaze bike frame
$60. 1971 Volvo, runs great $2000. Call
i.. 3774622 11.16.1.6Moving

SAVE $50 ON KAPLAN COURSEFifty
.
Sale slide .
; : car, computer, projector
(
phone (both new), table & chair,
dresser, 16" bike price/neg Call soon
reasons NAME.ADDRESS 3360100 11.16-1.6

1// 1
1990 CANNONDALE size 56cm blu/wht
take the SR400 Roadbike $650 retail, matchingGiro
to CITY STATE ZIP helmet. Best offer. *336.8977 ask
4 Paul. 11.21.2.6

!I SCHOOL _GRAD. DATE : -

right course
KAPLAN COURSE EXAM DATE
r1 ,, 7 REAL ESTATEHome
PRESENT THIS COUPON MIEN YOU ENROLL

STANIJEYil. KAPLAN i.. lor sale? Land for sale? Buyers
| AND\ RECEIVE A $50 DISCOUNT Market? Don't t let an opportunity to sell
Take l OrTakc Yiwraunies: .
Kaplan
CH Day, Evening your property pall you by I Alligator Classifieds
/Wis. Weekend offers you the cheapest way to _
r OFFER EXPIRES 12/31/90 ? keep your real estate In the public ey.
377-0014 Where else can you keep your property In
VALID IN GAINESVILLE/JAX. ONLY the market for II little II lour dollars a

I (this offer cannot be combined with any other tuition discounts) i I day? To make It even easier, you all can
place your ad over the phone: you
-i I need la a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call
373.FIND today to place your ad.


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REAL ESTATE AUTOS AUTOS SERVICES SERVICESFREE


Duplex for sale, 2 apts, close to campus, 78 Ford Fairmont 4-dr auto ps pb reliable 78 Ford T-Bird. A/C am/fm casst., good ** GATOR MOVING ** *
2 droomt/1.5 bath. Call 1-800-654- a economic transportation. Runs well and tires. $1095 obo. Call after 3 pm at 335- Pregnancy Test
4544 or 3718141. 112010.7 body straight. $750 neg Call after 6pm. 9423. 11-26-5-0 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- Gainesville Women's
495-3780. 11-20-6-9 'Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dls. HEALTH CENTER
Assumable 81/2 % fixed low down only Mitsubishi Mirage. 1990. 16k miles, air Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791 12-14-76- 720 NW 23rd Avenue
$310/mol/ Immaculate br townhouse w/ Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent condition conditioning power steering, am/fm 11 377-5055
loll, ceiling fan, iky light inside laundry new clutchtiresstarter., 84k miles cass. 334-5737. 12-3-10-9 ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
upper and lower deck. Very open and a/cam/fm/ asking only $1600 or best offer SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons BIRTH CONTROL
airy, beautiful landscaping. 3744923eve call 334-5290.. 11-19-5-9 1978 Porshe 924. 4-speed air, sunroof boarding woodier facilities Gynecology Services
( ). 1 11-16-3-7, 210000. 462-2381 hay rides parties sales working 12.14.75.11
300ZX 1985, T-top, auto, air, cassette, 1986 Isuzu l-Mark. 5-speed, 160000. students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080.
63K, mint condition, $7500. Will consider 4622381. 11.21.4.9 12-14-76-11 SCOLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships
8 MOTORCYCLES trade. Call 3771584. 11-19-5-9 College Scholarship Locators pob
1977 Ford Granada. 4 door, brown, *SUNBELT MOVING* 1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881. 800-879-
1981 Niassan Maxima-silver, diesel, pwr $450. small refrigerator' 33x19$40 Ph Professional Moving/Packing/ 4 Supplies. 7485. 12147511SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS
68 XL 600 enduro low mileage ex cond sunroof ft windows automatic. 100,000 3345878. 11-26-5-9
1. ItemHouse full. Local/Lng/ dist.
$1500 John 378.1764. 11-16-5-8 miles In good condition. $2000 335-4937 FOR COL-
Lie/In Priced for Studentsl Marty 375-
12-3-11-9 1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS pwr door MOVE. 12-14-76-11 LEGE Are available! Millions go un-
locks, seats, windows, a/c, auto, wht claimed yearly, 18003343881.
9 AUTOSORANGE Dodge Omni 1981, good condition great ext/blue Int.! Exc cond- must sell best AAA STORAGE 111950.11
mpg, mechanically good, must sell, $950. offer 3345053. 12-3-10-9
Close to Convenient4x4x4
UF
Call 3779050. Ive mess 11-21-5-9 "MARIJAN OF HOLLAND"
AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW WANTED Renault Encore 2-door 1984 $15/mo Custom made clothe ft alterations, no

RATES, low payment, fast drive- Honda Civic 1982 stereo, ps, pb, a/c/ thru 1986 for half hour engineering In 4x8x8 $30mo533SW2ndAve.. 377-1771 pattern needed, 20 yre. exp. Fast ser
thru service, se habla Espanol 377.2277
377CARS. WE CARE, 11-18-10-9 5-speed new tires, brakes, & battery. spection.Will pay. Call 3758710. 11-19- vice call 3328315. 12.14.23.11SPECIAlIZING
60,000 miles $1600. Call Giuseppe between 5.10

Nissan 300ZX 1986 S-speed, am/fm/tape 12.1 pm ft after 5:3782703. 11- IN
air, T-top, excellent condition. Best offer 21-5-9
Call 332-8473.. 111910.9 10 WANTEDLocal SZECHUAN, HUNAN AND
82 Fury ex pol car, p/w/l/t/b/s/ / a/c, new
VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding con- bait brakes, hev/dut coilplat plugs V8, Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class CANTONESE STYLES
dition. 10,000 mis, completely rebuilt. very 334-7036.cln, no rust. 11-19-3-9, 100wt stereo $1100, Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fin.J.w.lry Lunch Buffet
White InUext./ $1790. 18002263025. 3739243. 12-14-76-10
PAND Dinner Specials
11-16-10-9 1985 Mercury Capri gs 4cyl amfm tilt ps CIGARETTE SMOKERS or MARIJUANA
pb pw plocks hatchb 30mpg excellent SMOKERS with exercise-Induced as- Banquet Rooms
84
Chevy' Cavalier automatic 4-door body.Interior consider trades $2200 obo thsma, Earn to $335 CHINESE
up by participatingIn
a/c./ 84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon Take out service
call 3732585. 11.27.7.9
am/fm a/c/ auto, 6 cylinder 3355303. our research study Interested? For RESTAURANT
11-29-15-9 more information call Mon-Frl 8am- 4pm. "One of the best Chinese

75 Olds Omega-4dr straight 6 cyl w air, 392-9086. 11-16-7-10 restaurants In town"
'87 Mazda 626 2door LX, Sspeed, air new paint tires, tint, see to appreciate,
am/fm tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks. 46k "CLEAN" $1800 obo 3717481. 11-21-5-
9 3830 SW 13th St. Across from 3364464/336-8037
mlg. Excellent condition must sell. 335- Legends
5303. 11.29.15.9 11 SERVICESNW
1986 Ford Escort GT-52k ml blk exttanInt.
'85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback !. AM/FM/ stereo, bra. Save $600-no Mini storage at 1-75 4 NW 39th Ave
5 speed a/c, am/fm tp sunroof power a/c. Asking $3250obo. Call Jon 375. near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
door/locks. Excellent cond. 3355303. 3600. 11-21-5-9 $20, 10% disc to students. 3328917.
112915.9 12-14-76-11 by Trude Michel Jaffe
82 Toyota Tercel 4D Auto, AC AM/FM/
86 VW SCHIROCCO 16 valve, black excellent 50K One owner excellent condition, ask SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? ACROSS 5 "- You Like to 35 City on the 48 Pronged
condition $6000 obo 373-3301 Iv. ing for $3000 Must See 373-4596 or 392- Get confidential testing and treatment at 1 Long for Take a Walk?" Hudson 47 Fellow, to a Brit
message 11-16-5-9 0823. Ask for C.P. 11-19-3-9 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 5 Emulated Niobe 6 Goes astray 38 Type of muffin 49 Cicatrix

9 Woeful word 7 Write 37 Cause pain 50 Inlet
13 "...be -, and 8 Literary 41 Ebbs 51 Portent
bay themoon. monogram 42 Primordial goo 52 Look after
...": 9 Georgia city 43 Kind of bag 54 WWII.cloakanddagger-

Some People Will Go Hungry This Shak. 10 Free 44 Pitch
14 Skirt features 11 Knight wear heavily at outfit
15 Ripped 12 Oozes anchor 55 Numero -
THANKSGIVING.PLEASE i 16 Michael Gilbert 14 "- My Way" 45 Odor 56 In what way
mystery 17 Wed
19 Sizzle 18 Rob's foe ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

20 Gallery displays 22 Mark foromission nnnn tinnnn nnnnnnnn
21 Fabulist nnnnci nnnnncicin

SHARE.Donate 22 Gentle 23 Former Barbary M A N
23 Certain
state
folding END L
to the Alligator money 24 Actor Estrada
25 Watch activator'' 25 "The of
Canned Food Drive. 28 Ankara natives Katie Elder": N N
29 Type of exam Wayne film nnrann nnnnnnn

Donate 8 cans of food In exchange for a 1 30 Lamp resident- 26 Malayan boat nnn nnnnninnnnn
31 "When I was 27 Absorbed R N 0 A
day 4 line ad In the Alligator Classifieds. a -" 28 Spills the beans E R D S NIAIW N E

One of food for each additional line. 34 Dorothy's 30 Icy SIP T
( can .) decision: 31 Pinto's gait"There' nnnnnnnancin

Non business advertisments only, please. -" 32 33 Studies Bible book A K

38 Presided Hnnnn nnnrc

39 Is Indolent

.. 40 Second 11/16/90/ /
fairy-tale word
Deadline: ;,) 41 Shelters of a

Friday, November 16th .. .A 42 Accent 13 Nis

> 44 Boater
e No Glass adornment
47 Sop up
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49 Narrow opening
No Rust 50 Folding bed

No 53 Plea to Bill
e unlabeled cans
a Bailey
It e No alcoholic beverages 57 Captain Hook's
toady
58 Move sinuously
-THANK YOU-
59 Baker's need
7 60 Inventor of the
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'. 62 -one's way

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AN food will be donated to a legitimate non-profit organization


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SERVICES SERVICESTEN TYPING SERVICES TYPING SERVICESTyping HELP WANTEDMake


PERFECT NAILSI sculptured or natural 0000RESUMES6609Complete / Word Processing. Quality print- over $25 per hour.
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS for less than $5 mo, with our self- writing & development ser Ing, dependable, personal service. Call Sell T-shirts In dorms
care system. FREE DEMOI[ 371-9959 11.20.5.12 and apartments complexeswith
vices. Resume House 3718148. 12-14- Marg.r'I.372-4757.
11-19-5-11 76-12 absolutely no
1233 NW 10th Ave. $1 1 per pagel Spelling checked, next day financial obligation.
372-1884 YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING Typing/Word processing. WordPerfect service lor most orders. Call Linda at Call: 378.6625.
MC/VISA/lnsurance Mike It unique, make It yours, make It 336-5871. 11-21-5-12 11-16-3-13
5.1. quality work, fast results, low rates,
Test Jostenel' There le a difference look
Free Pregnancy ;
dependable, personal service. Tare 332-
Member for III Florida Book Store. 11-16-1-11 1469. 12-14-76-12 DELIVERY PEOPLE own vehicle/in/
National Abortion Federation surance. UF area day or evening Average
12-14-53-11 TypmgALaser Typesetting* 13 HELP WANTEDAVON $8.12 hr. Please call 371.3345 more

TYPING resumes reports letters etc. Info. 11-16-2-13
** LET'S PARTY 376-5465A 3500 W. Univ. Ave. 375-6967
Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ 12 SERVICES Alachua Word Processing 12147612Term Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. Sales representative local travel, flexible
service all musical formats. 12-14-42- Benefits Insurance. 12-14-76-13 hours Part time work earns $150-
11 Typing reports business A legal A Papers A Typeset Resumes 300/week. Full time work earns $450 and
resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications Business, A Legal Personal Etc Jobs In USA and overseas. All occupa up. Contact Mike aI372.7841Ie.v. mes-
NAILS BY VONDELL letters notary ..tc. Available G'vllle Handicapped Typing tions. Don't limit yourself those few sage. 11-21-5-13
3131 NW 13 51. 3771763Full 24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 12-14-76- YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378.7179 companies that recruit on campus. Jumpstart
sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil 12 12-14.50.12 your job hunt. Contact College recruiters Sharp, Professional people needed for
Manicures P.dlcurllllmlt.d Time Only. today Write to C.A.S., 652 W. full or part time work as rental consultant
11-19-20-11 MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full T.L.C. for your papers, theses, etc. Mac Palm Ave Placen pie, Ca. 92670. 11-21- Must enjoy working with people. We will
& self service computing Open until 2 & laser, graphics, spell check, edit 50-13 tram. Apply at Gator Rental Finders 1702W.
Free dental exam. Graduating d.nlal.lu. 10pm Su-Th. Typing starts @ 50/pg! A 373-9619 leave message. 1.50 per dbl University '11-19-2-13' '
dent needs board patients for December. Resumes $6 Self service resumes A ap pg. 11-20-25-12 Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate .
Free cleaning or filling If you qualify Call $2.50/hr .15/page. Laser typeset In new drug study for the treatment Agressive advertising' salespersons
332.S8411.I.av.! name & phone ff. 11-21- graphics spell check A theses papers Typing & Typesetting Theses, of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call needed::! flexible hours, Car necessary.
10-11 A special characters employment 01... & Manuscripts ONLY 331-5379. 121283.13 Great potential. Apply in person. Gator
Grad Sch list Rental Finders. 1702 W. University Ave
databases A mailmerge A training. WordPerfect Experienced see
specialist. VIsa/MC 12-14-52-12 K.B. Williams 332-1402 12-14- ... NANNIES NEEDED Top Pay Top 11-19-2-13
VIDEO LINKWestgate 40-12 Famlllee, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs
Regency Plaza 110 SW 34th Only Inc. 1-800-468-8689. 12.14.54-13 SPRING BREAK 1991- Individual or student
Typing/Word/ Processing Quality dependable -
St. Movies VCRs, Nintendo games for service. Reasonable rates. Typing & Wordprocessing Legal, theses organization needed to promote
rent. Beta tapes for rent or sale. 11-16- Laser printer. 377-8175 til 00pm.: 12- term papers, etc. Professional quality Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate Spring Break trip. Earn money, free trips
1-11 & reliable service. Call Nancy, In new drug study for the treatment and valuable work experience CALL
1 3722750. 11-19-10-12 of athlete's foot. Call 331-5379. NOWII Inter-Campus Programs: 1.800-
12-14-35-13 327-6013 11-16-1-13

TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA FAST,
The j. W. Reitz Union and the Department of Music [Present: ACCURATE. CALL INTELLIGENCE JOBS.

376-4854. BUSINESS
CIA US Customs DEA
The 17th Annual ,
Thesis term papers, reports. Legal and 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
medical terminolgy WP 5.0 & laser etc.
printer Call 378-2034 or 376-8521. 11- Now Hlrlnll. Call ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext.
terminals a pc's, buy, sell,
iuuers K-9466 trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY

e Para1 P Park 12-3-21-13 1478.14, CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12-

Village Paying $150 to qualified volunteers to
In 8 visit
participate study testing safety
Free Details on "A No-nonsense way to
& effectiveness of Trentmom (Retin-A &
$500 A Dayl".send a self-addressed
generic) In treatment of acne. Call 331-
An Evening of Medieval 5379. 12-14-29-13 stamped envelope"Anthony FitzgeraldP.O.
Box 12984 Gainesville, FL 32604.
and Entertainment 11-20-10-14
Feastery Retail sales' M-F 2pm-6pm. and Sat
10am-2pm. Approx 20 hrs week.
per
French Rollerblade Demo
QuarterNow Day-Factory on
rep
Apply In person Mini Concepts 1221 NW
hand free try out Sun 11/18 12.4pm 7
Tuesday,November 27. Leasing 78 19813Receptlpnlst Blvd. 331-0501 MAC exp helpful 11- Brasmgton's Trail Shop 2331 NW 13 St.

s a a Saturday,December 1 11-16-2-14
1 & 2 BR Fum/Unfurn/ part time non-smoker $3,80
7:00 at the Reitz Union YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING
pm
hr. M-F 2.7 Sat. 12.5 3733754. 11-16-
3 Pools 3 Laundries 3-13 From the company that's make 15 of 24
Super Bowl ring. Joatena! There le adifference
Flexible Leases look for Ml
; University
The Division of Housing Office for
UF students: $14.95 and 11-16-1-4
Close to Campus Staff and Student Development la lookIng Book Supply.
General Public: $19.95 for a Program Assistant/Graphic/
,
Ceiling Fans Artist for 15-20 hrs./wk. paying $3.80 15 PERSONALSDoing

per hr. Position begins Spring 1991.

378-3771 Applications available at the Houelng things halfway Isn't part of our
Tickets must be purchased In advance at Office. Application deadline la NOVEMBER style. When It comet to quality the word.comproml.
9-4:30 M-F
the University Box Office. Call 392-1653. : 28, n80. For more Information .." Isn't part of our vocabu
999-1001 SW 16th Ave. contact Kathy Smith at 3(2-2161. lary. That's the way we work at EZ Ten-

11-28-9-13 nisi 34 St Plaza 3722257. 11-30-12-15

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WP 4.2 60+ cwpm, available Immedi Classifieds. .

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14. ALUGATOR. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16.1990

PERSONALSVuarneuCarreraRay.BanGator. PERSONALS PERSONALSLea 19 PETS LOST & FOUND

"
LOST- set of keys at Little Hall on Oct. 23
Great ,
/ RUSSELL SWEATSFor Mini-lop rabbit, black, very loveablel Inc.
You're the best. I'll love forever
you Keys on plain Call 334-8962.
pm. ring
prices.reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical the largest selection and best priceson Love, Jeff cage, water btl., food, etc. $35 obo. Call 11-21-4-20'
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 Steve or Julie3749534. 11-19-4-19
Clarke
your sweats check out Lloyd 11.16.1.15
block from Ala Gen.
12-14-76-15 Sports. We have 28 colors & many stylesto FOUND- tennis racket in CSE classroom.
choose from We will match any local Call to ID 3713534. 11-20-3-20
Dear customers: thanks lor your support prices because we appreciate your busl- 16 CONNECTIONSGAY 20LOST & FOUNDLOST
01) EZ Tennis. Our steadfast promise is to
ness. 1504 NW 13 St. 11-16-4-15
continue to provide quality products at
great prices with last friendly service. ? BI? QUESTIONING? : pair of SWANK pers glasses at
Here's to you, Gainesville. 11.30.12.15 O'Connell' Center GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs MFP on 10/31, Call 3382072. REWARD. Find
Info/Referral/Consultation 12.I 4.76.18 11-16-8-20
Upcoming EventsLouise
Natural Foods and Vitamins EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease LOST: female cat, brown/orange tortoiseshell someonespecial.
Birkenstock Sandals. Mandrel! Christmas Show treatment. 28 years exp. Dr J. Beckum, calico. Lost in SW area since I 111.
Sunflower Health Foods with special guest Irene Mandrell optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 376-1288. Call 335-2455. 11-28-10-20 .
87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 December 5 at 8.00 pm 11-30-14-16
12-14-76-15 Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reefer LOST: keys by Turlington. Chain has
Band THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, white lace bird (clear plastic) Call 378-
B 4 U buy shoes, rackets, sportswear, January 24 at 8.00pm 372-6724. Old esoteric books, astrology 5180. 11-16-4-20
strings, or accessories, check out Call 392-1653 readings, crystals, minerals & more. 1 11-,
G'ville's tennis authority-EZ Tennis 34 St FOR TICKET INFORMATION 30-10-16 FOUND: cash & set of keys In Diamond
Plaza. 11.30.12.15 12.5.13.15 Village. Call to ID: 3721735. '11-16-3-

. PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get immediate FOUND: Men's watch at Reid Service t+
" Wrestle it out in the Intramural SportsDepartment's 17 NOTICESMeeting
test results from a reliable source Drive on 118. Call to ID: 377-9348 Iv.
Wrestling Tourn.y.Welgh.lns
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881. 11-19-3-20'
message. tor u
12-14-76-15 start at 5pm and tourney begins scheduled? Luncheon planned?

at 7pm. 11-16-1-15 Let everyone know what's happening by FOUND: long-haired, It. colored, male

EZ Tennis' offers 25% off sportswear I'm Outta Herein placing a classified adl CAT, approx. 1 yr old on 11.7 near Wests-
40% off warmups & 50% oil aerobic wear But Ide Baptist Church on W. University Ave. V
I need ride I If
a you're going somewhere
Winter Break In Israel With
DAILY plus a whole lot morel Check us Spend Tagar. Call to ID.: 3711635. 11-19-3-20'
,
ad In the Rides
outll 11.30.12.15 put an classified 2 weeks lor only $995. For more Information
section so I lean get out of town I call 18005523827. 11.30.10.17
FOUND: yellow Huffy bike. Call to ID
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? 338.1784. 11-20-3-20
Professional photographer seeks fashion
Get special student discounts on exams
models. Top rates paid, send details to
and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT P.O. Box 13885, Gnvlle, Fl. 32604. 12- 18 RIDES FOUND: Lady's Timex found after 7th 0
HOOD. 3770881. 12.14.76.15 7-14-15 period on 11-14 outside of Little Hall.
Call to 376-4337.. 11.20.3-20
Free labor with string purchase at EZ II your Rickshaw Is getting a little creaky, Advertise in The

Tennis; 30% off tee shirts; 25% oil) Stralocaster wi/ squire 15 find a ride here in the Rides section! FOUND: declawed CAT female Alligator classifieds.
shorts shirts, skirts-365 days a II 34 AMP, Headphone Jack and Distortion.
year $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp. $30 one way. approx. 1yr, old, no tags, black, brown &
St Plaza. 11.30.12.15 $348 w// student I I.D. only $259
Reg 373-FIND
6 yrs. ol weekly Frl/Sun. bus trips. Pets orange mix. Found '1-14 at Thomas Cen
Lipham Music Co. 3725351. 11-27-5- ter. Call 378.4827 leave 11-
ok, pkg. transported. GMG trans 336- message.
Permanent Hair Removal 15 21-3-20
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. lor 70263052663788. 12.7.2018
info about the PERMANENT removal of
unwanted facial & body hair 3744307. r1 ---------------- -

12-14-76-15 .
1 I I .1 I 1I
STUDENTS GET CASH .

372.1226.211 For Quality Used W. Univ.Clothing.Ave.Call-next Sandy's to Central Alligator Classifieds I 1 I. I I P I I I

City. 12-14-76-15 I I. I I ,','1f1 I .

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SAVE ON YBANS 373-FIND I I I I I
r- University Opticians I ; I I I ,' II
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 I 1I
12.14.76.15 BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. I I I. I I 1 I

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FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC* Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, jobs etc. to be listed in a"directory" II 'I
Serving UF since 1977 to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form I I [ L.: h I i II
Most insurance accepted \
2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help I I I ';;'fi I 1 I I. I I I 1
Dr. Steven Schargel you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to I I 'i 1'' ,
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373-7070 advise you.Alligator 'I I it' 1
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gonna call? EZ Tennisl Sale or no sale, I 1"1 I 1 O 10. Z4 I
we don't match prices, we beat them! 1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by II 'I i gli :;

11.30.12.15 telephoning 373-FIND between 8:00: and 4:00: pm. I ,', II f 1.1. It";: '" i \ !". '" 5! \ II'

***GET AGRIP*** I I -, I I .1 r I: a II
check order.
2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with money ;
Call The ACTS Spirit-filled 376-7105 or Mastercard/Visa Information no cash, please) to: I I ''I i I I ;-JI i I

Campus Ministry ,,,1..1. ,-I \ I I !
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and Brian Craig. UF volleyball team will end 11 consecutive matches. DuPont National Clay Court
Both UF golf teams begin play The 23rd-ranked women's team its regular season tonight with a "It is an important match for us." Championships this weekend at
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S.C. Laura Brown,Julie Foster,Paula The Gators are 13-15 overall and Tournament. Arendt's return to singles compe-
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Athletes in Action defeat Gators in openerBy

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MATT FOGLESON to win during the regular season, it must "It's new was pleased with the way we opened
Alligator WriterIt improve on the free throw line. to lose" ball game"Kruger said."I thought early
"Free throw shooting is critical you're lost. But did a good job defensively,and we did
is rare for a basketball team to shoot going to be a good basketball team" Kruger to get back things we wanted to do.
better from the field than from the free throw said. "We shot less than 50 percent tonight things." had a stretch there in the latter

line. and we can't do that. We've got to shoot of the first half where we got to

But then most teams don't shoot 40 per more free throws." the Gators and then their zone started dictat-

cent from the line like UF did Thursday On the positive side for UF, the Gators ing from the rebounds."I

night in its 86-77 season-opening exhibitionloss were just the third team in 10 games to hold nine the new players that received play-
to Athletes in Action before 4,127 at the AIA to less than 90 points. AIA beat fourth- Brian time Thursday were 6-10 center Martti

O'Connell Center. ranked Michigan State 94-91 last week. scored 15 who played 12 minutes. Freshman

The Gators made just 6 of 15 shots from UF forward Stacey Poole wasn't discouraged For AIA, Craig Brown played 19 minutes Jer
the line, while AIA made 24 of 26 free throws by the loss but said he doesn't want points, Ulmer played four minutes and Louis
((92 percent). this team to get used to losing. The Gators line and played three minutes. Brown led the
UF coach Lon Kruger said for the team were 7-21 last season. grabbed 10 players with six points.



f Spurrier.... takes -game against- Wildcats seriouslyBy .. I

GREGG DOYEL champions. "We can't have our heads in the seniors' first against those schoolsin visiting Gators. Kentucky has a 4-1
Think again, UF coach Steve clouds because we have some wins four tries. home record this season.If .
Alligator Staff Writer
Spurrier has warned his squad. this year" Curry said. "We're victory Saturday over the Wild the crowd has any say, con-
Chill that champagne and get "We have a chance to lose to going to have to play better than cats would ensure UF of more than centrating on the business at hand
those party favors ready. Kentucky". Spurrier. said. "We're we have this year I in all areas to its first share of first place in the may become difficult for the Ga-
For only the third time in school nervous about this a chance." SEC since back-to-back feats in tors, Fain said."They've .
history UF has a chance to clinch game. We've got a lot the Gators 1984 and 1985. For the first time got some rowdy fans,"
least a share of the Southeastern on the line. I'm tryingto just might. UF would win nine of its first 10 Fain said. "You've got to look over
Conference championship. The convince our play always games and six conference gamesin your shoulder all the time or some-
Gators' 38-7 victory over Georgialast ers of that and I think up in lexing- a season. thing might hit you."

Saturday in Jacksonville as- they realize Ken- senior corner- The elements probably won't SEC to realign. The SEC's
sured that. tucky will be up for i41have Richard Fain make that 9-1 record easy to get. expansion from 10 to 12 schools
Oh, by the way. The Gators first this." "I think we have Lexington temperatures reached will not affect the number of con-
Spurrier may have edge on them, but freezing Wednesday night.
,.must outpoint Kentucky Saturdayin ference games UF plays each season -
Lexington before they can call more confidence in before.upset" the Ga- "It's very hard to play in Lexington but may end the Gators'
home with the good news.TBS will the Wildcats than ," linebacker Jerry Odom said. rivalry with Auburn.
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UF's seniors
Bill Curry. The first- actually.
But hey what's a Wildcat or two? have to get ourselves mentally pre- Wednesday to recommend a split-
year coach from Alabama said the never have lost to Kentucky and "
After all, Kentucky likely will roll pared for a tough game. ting of the conference into East
Wildcats will have to raise their aren't itching to record another
over like Auburn and Georgiadid The elements in the stands,also and West divisions and a seven-
-when the 8-1 Gators trot onto level of play to give UF a run for first this weekend. Victories over will do their best to make the con- game conference slate. UF wouldgo
the field,looking like... conference its money. Georgia and Auburn were the test as tough as possible for the to the east Auburn to the west.



,, SEC picture-. uncertain'. Curry brings out Baker's talents

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United Press International l' Kentucky tailback shines after three mediocre seasonsBy

When No.,11 Mississippi and No. 13 Tennessee clash'
Saturday on the banks of"Big Muddy,",the skirmish could RON KASPRISKE Baker came back for his senior credit for Baker's turnaround, Baker
either end the Southeastern Conference war or cloud the Alligator Staff Writer season, and now it's Curry who is says he is his inspiration.
battlefield even more possibly putting Auburn back in the "" thanking God. "Coach inspires me to do things I
thick of it. / Kentucky tailback Al Baker thanks Baker a 5-foot-ll, 225-pound tailback didn't think I was capable of doing,"

Ole Miss owns the SEC right now-with UF being out God he met Bill Curry when he did. ,leads the Wildcats in four offen- Baker said."He's so sure and with the

of contention because of NCAA sanctions with a 4-1 Baker, then a junior had endured sive categories including rushing team behind me, I always try a little
record.,Auburn sits at 3-1-1,Alabama at 4-2 and Tennessee three years of frustration on the foot ((669 yards), and receiving ((29 recep- harder."
at 211.: {' ball field, culminating with one miserable tions for 238 yards). Curry will be looking for Baker to

c Auburn'is pretty certain of a 4-1-1:record after Saturday game against Curry's Alabama "Al has tremendous' talent" said play his best game of the se sonrr
< k team last season. curry; wnose 4-:> Wildcats against UF Saturday.
as the Tigers play host to a hapless Georgia'squad.. A ? .
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victory would put Tennessee at 3-M with only Kentucky* In that game a 15-3 Crimson Tide play UF in Lexington After winning Southeastern -
victory Baker dropped a in the Saturday at 12:40: : Conference offensive
and Vanderbilt remaining while Mississippi would dropto pass
4-2 with Mississippi State left. a end zone a pass many Kentuckyfans p.m. "And that talent ... ;,. player of the week honors
; _A has come sort of late. .
9 thought was the difference in the i in Kentucky's game
game. There's just a time whena I .. :; against Georgia, Curry
That was the final straw for Baker. man matures and : said he'll need a similar

Tigers look: to, reboundUnited Despite being touted as Kentucky'sbest makes up his mind he's performance to help the
; football recruit ever Baker was going to do somethingand Wildcats beat UF.
. that's what Al did. Baker rushed for 133
"' ready to quit the game. But just as he
PIM. International "People try to give me yards and scored two
began to turn in his uniform, Curry
'The' South's oldesf and:arguably! toughest rivalry)Is accepted the job as Kentucky's coach the credit (for his turn- touchdowns- against the
renewed for the 94th time Saturday as No 21 Auburn plays::; and pulled him into his office. around), but Al's the Baker Bulldogs; in Kentucky's

host to Georgia. And 'with embarraSsing'; back-to-back:" "That pass sort of stuck in people's guy who deserves the credit.He came 26-24 upset victory.
losses nipping at them the Tigers are out to put the bite minds," said Baker who before this on the practice field last spring to go "Florida's defense is so good,"
to war and that's what he did.
I've
-t, on the Bulldog...' ': ,t'::,: .'14' '/,,J" :. : 2}';f,"" +** season had rushed for just 746 yardsin never been more proud of a player." Curry said. "He'll have to play great
rRlght now we are. dealing with a football tearp whosey'confidence \' three years. game Saturday if we're going to score
is hurt a great deal,*,said Coach Pat Dye,whose*'' "So I met coach Curry and he said Baker said he's made it his missionto points."
Tigers lost to OF,and Southern! Mississippi the last two the only thing he remembered aboutme put his entire college career into

,,week."If s gong} to 6e Interesting to see how they,react"; was a long run -a 42-yard touch this season. After spending one sea- Baker said he's just glad he's finally
The Bulldogs are 4-5 overall and 2-4 1 In the Southeastern son injured and two others behind
down run that I actually had a year getting to show some of his talent.
Conference. Auburn; "is.6-2-1, 3-M in,the SEC, .and"was J'' earlier against Alabama. He said he standout 'running backs Ivy Joe

.., .,ranked as high 'as third Mme the loss to UFNov., 3lf!>: didn't remember anything else, and Hunter and Alfred Rawls Baker fig "It's coming; it's coming a little late
he has limited
D n{Vas food() *A wn if there tfr Goff ( .1cf;$ neither should 1.1 thought, 'Dang, if ures of his time to make but it's coming" Baker said. "And tome
someting
'!-"They're big .strong: they.get after.., you* 'K' v:,; ;/&' &' that's all he remembered why bringit college career. that's better than not coming at
r i'' J ,: .' i '4"1"'I' .rl' ; ?( up?' I could turn over a new leaf." And while Curry will not take the all."