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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 59 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1990| Teddy Bears. ..15I




I UF best in SEC, but victory bittersweet I IQ



Please see related stories, page tor Bill Arnsparger, who weath-
16. ered allegations that UF was not in
control of its athletic
By MATT ADAMS programs,
was cheered.
Alligator Writer
Barred from the terminal by
As UF's football team disem- Gainesville police officers, the 71f
barked their chartered Pan Am air- crowd watched Tennessee assure

plane Saturday night, Debbie UF of the SEC's best record, beat-
Poppell looked around at the crowd ing Ole Miss 22-13, through the
gathered at Gainesville Regional charter terminal's plate glass win-
Airport."I dows. Cheers broke out when Ten-
wish there were more people nessee won the televised game. .
here," she said. "They've earned But a bittersweet memory dom- Ajbu

'It." inated the evening for Gators fans.: ,a t'3" s y br
Poppell was one of about 300 When,UF won its first SEC title
fans who went to the airport to in 1984, a crowd estimated at 4,000
greet the football team who, after met the plane at the airport. A pep
Saturdayafternoon's rally at Florida
vic- Field drew 22,000
SEC STANDINGSUF's
at Kentucky
tory '
had earned the 47-15 victory Saturdayover fans.Two days later,
conference'sbest Kentucky assured the
UF was informed
record. Gators of their third first-
that because it
place finish In the Southeast-
But not thechampionship. NCAA
Conference's was on pro
em 58-year
history. bation, It would
A Southeastern SEC OVIRALI. not be allowed to
Conference UFo 6-1 9-1 play in the Sugar
bylaw requiresthe Auburn 411 721 Bowl. In the Above: UF President John Lombardi! greets ADRIAN DENNIS i I
team that Tennessee 3-1-1 6-2-2 spring of 1985, fans Saturday night after the Gators de-
wins the Confer- Mississippi 4-2 82 the SEC officially feated Kentucky, 47-15. Right: Football
Alabama 3-2 6-4
ence champion- Kentucky 33 4-6 stripped UF of the players, top to bottom, Jerry Odom, Kirk ,,
ship to be LSU 2546 championship.That Kirkpatrick, Godfrey Myles, Marc Murrayand I
eligible for the Georgia 2-5 4-6 memory Chris Bromley arrive at Gainesville Re- >n l
,Sugar Bowl. The MIss. State 1-5 5-5 may have tem- gional Airport after their win. II I
National Colle- Vanderbilt. 15 1-8 pered this year'scelebration I

giate Athletic Ineleglble for SEC Idle due to but
Association's has probation when the plane T-shirts brag

imposed a post- landed, temperance a .
season ban on UF that makes the evaporated. Fans carrying )
Gators ineligible for the SEC signs reading "Number 1" and ,
Championship."It's "Best in the SEC" crowded the about record;
great to be the best," Pop- fence that blocked them from the
pell said as the applause grew airstrip. The band played "We Are
louder. "But underneath all these The Boys" for the fourth time.

cheers, there's a lot of pain.:" After the game, the team silent on titleBy

Despite those feelings, a small awarded game balls to Lombardi!
celebration occurred while waitingfor and head coach Steve Spurrier, MIKE BRUSCELL
the team's arrival. An eight thanking them for their support Alligator Staff Writer
member version of the Pride of the through the NCAA sanctions.
Sunshine band played improvisa- Before UF's football team even clinched the
tional versions of "We Are The UF exercise and sports sciences best record in the Southeastern Conference
Boys" as the crowd sang along Professor Owen Holyoak said the Saturday, Stephen Little beat other sports mer- l
softly. lack of a Sugar Bowl berth chandisers to marketing a victory T-shirt.
shouldn't dampen the season for Little said his company'sold 4,000 shirts to a I
Cheers and applause accompa- the Gators. stores such as Pic N' Save, Campus Shop and
nied the players as they walked to Bookstore, Florida Book Store and Gator Plus,
the buses. Several walked to the Today's win is the way it's sup- many before the Gators even kicked-off againstthe
fence and shook hands with the posed to be," he said. "Everythingabout Kentucky Wildcats. Shirt prices vary.
fans. UF President John Lombardi! this year has been handled
Little said UF him permission Friday
raised and exchanged with class. If don't love this gave
his arms you
. afternoon to sell the shirts, which show a uni-
high fives with the crowd as he left year of Florida football, then youdon't
formed alligator thrusting his finger with the
up
"
the terminal. Even Athletic Direc- ,love anything.
caption"Air Florida 1990-Best Record In The
SEC"and "Gators-We Won It On The Field."

It is not accidental that the shirts avoid men-
tioning the SEC title.

Debbie Gay,product licensing coordinator for
UF's University Athletic Association, said she
,and SEC licensing officials demanded that Little
avoid claiming what many fans insist-that the
Gators are SEC champs despite their NCAA

probation.The .
team lost shot at the title after the NCAA I
ysLt3 penalized UF for breaking several rules, including -
supplementing coaches' salaries.see .

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week working with Wordstar or Word Perfect office football classic for youth. Volunteers also needed for

systems for a small non-profit organization with a focuson concession stands.Hospitality rs
research and conservation of the sea turtle. hostess needed to assist a non-profit tele-

Seamstress needed to make small pillows to be used vision station Dec. 3-7 from 5:30-10:30: : p.m.

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50-hour training is provided over a six-week period. The provided. TICKET OUTLETS
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things:The Wildlife and For Kwon Do Club meets today, the corner of West University Ave- AT ; -s-
est Conservation committees meet Wednesday and Friday at 4:30: in nue and NW 13th Street. The show CENTRAL

today at 5 on the Reitz Union North Norman Gym. Call Rick at 3929698.Go runsTrom 10-. Call ((305)) 849-0986.) '
Lawn to make posters for the fur dawgs: The philosophy de- Wear a tie: UF President John CITY

protest and write Paynes Prairie let- partment presents a speech on psy- Lombardi! speaks Tuesday night at ,
ters. Call Sabrina at 334-7644. chophysical laws by Tony Dardis of 7:30: at the Alpha Kappa Psi meetingin

NAACP: The NAACP meets tonight the University of Georgia today at McCarty Auditorium. Profes- /E1gV NVlV r4VEe1
at 6 in Reitz Union Room 347. 4:30: in Dauer Hall Room 233. Call sional attire is required. Call 375- J? <\ ,
do
Call Karl at 3348090.Undergraduates Dr. Biro or Dr. Ludwig at 392-2084. 6061. ft,

: Anthropology Close your eyes and point: UF Judo: The Judo Club meets every '
undergraduates meet tonight at 6 at Peer Counselors present a "Choos Monday and Wednesday night at 6 ? boors;
the Shish Kabob Cafe on West Uni- ing Your Major" workshop this in the Women's Gym. Call 3368159. -- Open tA

versity Avenue to discuss under- morning at 10:40: in 311 Little Hall. r 9pm

graduate events and curriculum.Call Call 392-1575. What's: Happening is free public-
Julie at 375-3107. Prayer meeting: Chi Alpha Cam- service space The Alligator providesto
Human rights now: Amnesty In- pus Ministries meets tonight at 7 in local organizations wishing to an- 4-
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topics. For location call Christine at I'll trade you: Admission is free toa space-available basis, ;in random or- 27th

371-9586. baseball and football sports card der and, when necessary, are edited or
Tae Kwon Do: The Traditional show Nov. 23 at the Holiday Inn at cut randomly.Too .




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you should ask the one you don't know well. Don't make a mistake that could ruin your life. NOVEMBER 28th



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2 Live Crew I Task force observes athletic hiring I

-
By MIKE BRUSCELL Task force members also discussed what cific recommendations regarding coaches,
back despite Alligator Staff WriterA role coaches should take in encouraging the task force should interview them first.
athletes to study.
"In other words, we need to hear their
task force examining UF athletic pro- Dr. Dwayne Thomas, assistant dean for "
sides, if there is another side, Jones said.
grams did some armchair quarterbacking minority affairs at J. Hillis Miller Health
arrest threatBy Thursday night,analyzing hiring practicesand Center, said he wasn't sure how to motivate
Today, the task force will look at Individ-
how coaches can help athletes in the players, but said one possibility may be ual studentathlete academic records and
classroom. benching players who aren't doing well in
discuss and
SCOTT NOLL retention graduation rates. Because
Alligator Writer Created by UF President John Lombardi! class and playing the ones who are. the privacy of student records is
in July, the task force has met for several UF physical therapy assistant professorand protected by law,the meeting will be closedto
The rap group 2 Live Crew is coming backto weeks this semester. The group's chairman task force member Martha Rader said the public.
Gainesville-and so is all the controversythat chemistry professor Bill Jones, dis- coaches should let athletes know from the
follows the group wherever they play. cussed with members why candidates for start they'll have to meet specific academic Barfield said the athlete interviews have
The Miami-based trio,acquitted last monthon coaching positions often prefer to deal with standards to play. Athletes currently must been more impressive than he had ex
obscenity charges in Broward County,will athletic directors In private."I maintain a grade-point average to play. pected.
be playing at the Central City nightclub Tues- think the reason it's preferred is be- UF entomology and nematology Professor -
day night. It will be their third visit to the cause when you're dealing with a high-vis- Carl Barfield said the task force may These are articulate, bright people," he
area in the last three years. ibility position like this, his employmentwon't interview both past and present coaches to said."They're not Nobel Prize winners,just
And this time State Attorney Len Register, be jeopardized," Jones said Sunday understand their jobs better. like most of the students on this campus
an outspoken opponent of the 2 Live Crew, afternoon. Jones said if the committee makes spe- aren't Nobel Prize winners."
again is trying to lock up the group on
obscenity charges for violating this area's
community standards.
Speaking two weeks ago at an American
Family Association meeting, Register said he
wanted a grand jury toexamine 2 live Crew's
lyrics before he made an arrest.

But Gainesville Police spokeswoman Lt. w
Sadie Darnell and Central City manager Ei-
leen Tenly both believe that no arrests will
be made Tuesday night.
"Basically, it's going to be a normal Tues-
day night as usual," Darnell said. "Central
City and other clubs have different groups
performing all the time. Gainesville Is made
up of a cosmopolitan mix of interests so
people are fairly tolerant because of that."
There's not a whole lot that (Register) can
do," Tenly said. "There's no way he can getit
before a grand jury before next Tuesday." .
Register refused to return phone calls. His 4
secretary said Thursday that he wasn't com- t K L n ,
menting on the issue.
The l last\ time the rap group played at 000
Central City, Register made headlines by
threatening to have them arrested.The show ANA
did go on, but the crowds stayed away -
which is why the Crew decided to make

Tuesday's return appearance."It's .
something of a make-up date,"Tenly
said. "They feel obligated because we didn't
have the turnout that they had thought. So
they're coming back in hope that the politicians
are going to leave them alone, that low
they're going to be able to perform and then
just leave Gainesville with a good attitude." wi .f
But Tenly is making sure that nothing ''s, aNh Z fr q SR 1 1 1iP
{
controversial will happen. Besides hiring 10 y
extra security guards for the concert, Tenly
said that the club will be strict on identification
check.People attendingTuesday's 9 p.mL
STEPHANIE SOMMEH
see Crew, page 4 See Spot
Participants parade their Dalmations in the Greater Gainesville Dog Fanciers' Association's 37th Annual Showat I

the Alachua County Fairgrounds Sunday.

Police to ticket I i


walkway, cyclists_ Group to help U.S. soldiers refugees; ::11

UF police will be cracking down on ...
bicyclists who pedal through the unauthorized ciety t along with several other concerned day and cold at night. We have so much
walkways,near Library East By JOANNA GOLTZMAN individuals. over here and,anything we can donate will
and Library West; Alligator Writer This is purely a humanitarian endeavor," help." +

Signs are posted throughout the area Several UF students are showing their Zurub said. "We want to be a support orga- CARE ROCK is raising money by spon-
calling for no bikes,but officers generally support,for refugees from Kuwait and for nization for people of any race, nationalityor soring a volleyball tournament scheduledfor
haven't enforced the rule. the U.S.soldiers who are serving their country religion in a crisis situation. Wherever. Dec. 2 on UF's Broward Field. The
Police,spokeswoman!" Angle Tipton in the Persian Gulf. they are in the world, we'll try to help. deadline to register is' Nov. 30. Each teamof
. said recent,complaints.from people at least five members must make min +
UF marketing senior Waseem Zurub is "Our short-term goal is to raise money for a
who'have been hit the bikes have*
", awareness4f.by :, ,the founder and.president of a new crisis the people who have been displaced by the imum donation of $50.
sparked police ,: .: crisis in Kuwait Zurub said. "Our
support organization called Cooperative long- CARE ROCK will give all proceeds to the
;, tWe have been living out warnings,
"' American Relief Effort for Refugees of Crisisin term goal is to work as a support organization Red Cross. The funds will be used to pur-
and now we're going to start ticketing,
"* Kuwait, or CARE ROCK. for the Red Cross. chase food, water, medicine and other sup-
;Tipton said.1. :. ,
,. The ticketing is set to begin? Dec.'.lr, CARE ROCK is a non-profit, non-political The idea for CARE ROCK came about one plies.
she said,adding that po points will be'assessed ,. organization supported, by the AmericanRed September evening when Zurub. was watch- Another way students are making a dif-
against.violator'records... Cross,Phi Theta Kappa National Honor ing the news. ference overseas is by writing to U.S. sol-
). .;ALLIGATOR; STAFF. REPORT. Society, UF Student Government, College The refugees are living in tents in the
see Soldiers, 7
desert" he said. "It's hot the page
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the air we breath but also verdant forests and grassy The National Environmental Education Act,
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America's natural beauty," he declared. .The Global Change Research Act of 1990,which GATORSIZEKilsFor
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protects Antarctica from unrestrained commercial nation reduce the significant scientific uncertainty"

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SHIRTSfrom When Gay finds illegal merchandise they're going to sell that's a

page 1 she asks owners to remove it guarantee. No problem." I
from their stock, a retraction that The Gators also worried about
Besides restraining title refer- could avert legal action. their post-victory wear. Last week,
ences, Gay also said the UAA must
squash sales of illegal Gators mer- Andre Hazan, an assistant man- football coach Steve Spurrier said
chandise. ager at Pic N',Save, 6111 NW 8th he wanted the UAA to buy the
Ave., said the store sold about 50 players victory rings. ------ --------------,
Gay said she peruses area stores
weekly for unlicensed Gators prod- of its 2,000 shirts Saturday. Hazan But Associate Athletic director 110 Only $3.29 :
said he business to boom
ucts, a patrol she will repeat this expected Jeremy Foley said Athletic director I
morning. l Little's T-shirt is the only this week. Bill Arnsparger must decide what lOne j coupon per person per visit.Not I II
good with
1990 victory season product ap- "They're at the front of the the team can receive that won't I discount or special.any other Good coupon at Gainesville, I II

proved so far by the UAA,she said. store,"Hazan said."I'm telling you, violate NCAA sanctions and rules. I Florida Krystal restaurants only. .. I II
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JOHN F. BERRY the area.
Collier and the University Park
Alligator Writer
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Neighborhood Association begana
Nathan Collier, a landlord in the public relations campaign to re-
student housing area north of the name the area in 1988, said Tom
UF campus, becomes livid when Rider, owner of Goerings' Book 5 s fIn
people refer to the area as"Student Center and a member of the neigh-
Ghetto" instead of"College Park." borhood association."We .
He says the Student Ghetto label have succeeded wildly,"
which he calls the "Sword"- Rider said. "We have shamed pol- -
unfairly characterizes the area as iticians in not calling it a Ghetto.
rundown. Collier, who has an own- What we're after now is some ac-
ership interest in 350 units in the tual development."
area and manages a total of 538 And that is what they are pursu-
properties, said the ghetto label ing. In 1989, UPNA paid $14,000to J.S. SULLIVAN\ -ALLIGA[OH
fails to reflect neighborhood pride a South Florida urban designing City of Gainesville building inspector Andrew Wise describes this house at 1324 NW 6th Ave. as I
and recent renovations. company for a plan to renovate the typical to the Student Ghetto area.

"Ten years ago, it was a ghetto," Student recycling Ghetto and tree area.planting Rider said will "You have to change reality," he media looses interest in a word, it Collier. Otherwise, when he hears
Collier said. "Which would you can out of style." College Park, he has to "translate"it
said."Only by changing reality can go
2010 the
begin complete
soon. By ,
rather live in ?
a park or a ghetto
into Student Ghetto.
renovation will include new build- you change an image. PR cannot Local resident Ralph Partridge,
Known by most UF students and ings, possibly apartments, he said. project a falsehood for long." 39,said the area earned its Student But Rider said he and his neigh-
Gainesville residents as the Stu- Ghetto nickname in the 1960s. bors offended the Ghetto
are by
dent Ghetto, the neighborhood oc- The City of Gainesville also is Anderson used a boyhood exam-
cupies about 95 acres between working on a plan to revamp the ple of how place names remain "It was a term that was anti-es- tag.
Northwest 13th Street and North- constant. In Chicago, Anderson tablishment," Partridge said. "If "If you perceive it's a ghetto you
west 22nd Street, and between area.The Ghetto area may benefit said the city changed Pulaski the city called it XYZ, and if you have low expectations from landlords -
Northwest 8th Avenue and West from city money and development, Street to Crawford Street in the were a hippie, you gave it a : and tenants," Rider said.
1930s but residents still call it Pu- counter-culture It
,
University Avenue. name. was an
but Collier'and the UPNA may But despite the public relations
Collier said he wants Gainesvilleto never get the public to accept the laski Street. upbeat way to refer to something. campaign, most UF students and
put more money into upgradingthe College Park label. UF public rela- "These are media tags," Anderson People who live there"don't thinkof Gainesville residents still call the
area's infrastructure -includ- tions professor James Andersonsaid said. "If it is used in headlines, it as a degradation. area the Student Ghetto.see .
ing roads,lighting and parking. He locations are the most difficult it is very hard to get rid of it, if not Partridge said he has heard of
said he is on a mission to improve images to change.Attention impossible. If the public or the College Park, because he knows Ghetto, page 8


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ran editorials advocating that administrators switch to f)'O//// BAct TO PA f11,(w/'III/ HELf.Roe U.tOCILJ)
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they hoped it would be ready by fall 1990. Well, as @NE SO HUN'av C U/If, ) J

you can see, they didn't make it and now UF's new regis- TRAFFICKING) IN m' USA J

trar says UF doesn't have enough course sections to ade- -
quately support a phone registration system. IZ Cf

We already know UF doesn't offer enough sections-
that's the root of the registration problem. We also know

that with budget cuts looming ahead, UF isn't likely to

add many sections in the near future, and phone registration -

may be put on hold for a few years.In .

the meantime, registration continues to frustrate stu- .

dents who have to go through drop-add to actually get a A.bf C NN now*" to.mt 01 DI l
full schedule.We .

would like to suggest an interim solution until
I from takes timeThe
phone registration can become a reality at UF. The regis- Healing a tragedy

tration recommend is UF's old .
system we system.It's
beginning of the academic year is usually a
called "real-time" registration and it works on a hectic and challenging time for everyone under the -Jamie Funderburk
first-come, first-serve basis. It lets students know immedi- best of circumstances. Add to these challenges the C
ately whether they got into the class they requested. If stress and trauma experienced when a university community ONSIDER THISprocess.
didn't back the line and is victimized by the brutal murders of five
they they can go through keep college students.It .
requesting classes until they get a schedule they're .
with.If can overwhelmingly affect the ability of students, The final stage of crisis recovery occurs as we begin
happy faculty and staff to concentrate on their work. It is returning to normal activities and slowly reconstructa
it sounds like you spend a lot of time in line, you're important to realize and acknowledge that the entire sense of equilibrium. Continued feelings of fatigue,
probably right. But it has to beat the current system, community was affected by the tragedy, and that we anxiety or depression are not uncommon.An important
called "demand-analysis," where students request all need time to recover. component of this slow return to normal activities is
courses and find out a month or so later whether they Our sense of safety and equilibrium was seriously being able to take time to acknowledge and grieve the
threatened. Ironically, this same tragedy also brought losses we have experienced, and to understand the
them. As we're all know the of
got sure you majority stu-
of closer have for
many us together. This paradox is one meaning they us.
dents don't get enough classes, much less the ones they important key to successful recovery. By working There are several things we can do to help each
want. together,we can create the kind of environment which other and ourselves.

It doesn't take a genius to figure out that the registration allows for continued healthy coping and recovery from First, we must remember to be supportive, non-
system UF uses doesn't work. The idea behind de- such a tragic event judgmental listeners to ourselves and to others. We
mand-analysis is that UF reviews students' course An important part of the recovery process is iden- should take the time we need and deserve to debrief,
tifying and understanding our reactions for what they to talk about our reactions to the crisis, and to give
and sends the information the individual col-
requests to are-normal reactions to abnormal circumstances each other support. In this way we can affirm for
leges.If and getting support. The normal human response to ourselves and others that we are OK and that our
there are more students than classes, departmentshave crisis follows a similar pattern,which can be describedin feelings are valid.

an opportunity to create more sections. But few sec- three stages. Second,remember that we each recover at our own
tions are added because the departments don't have The first stage is characterized by shock, denial pace and in our own way. We must be patient with
and disbelief The second stage is to experience a ourselves and with others. Grieving and healing take
enough money. They offer everything they can the first cataclysm of mixed emotions:anger/rage,fear/terror, ,time and cannot be rushed.Work on"riding the waves"
time around. grief/sorrow, confusionfrustration.These of recovery, rather than resisting or denying them, in
Some administrators say students would probably, emotions vary in intensity and duration and order to feel more supported, empowered and sane.
gripe about registration, no matter what system the tend to come in cycles or waves. During this stage, Third, we all need to.re-establish a sense of emotional
school installed. there also may be recurrent and intrusive recollectionsand and physical control over our lives and environment -
dreams about the murders, or fear of future We can do this by setting limits on those
They're right when they say we're going to gripe murders or harm.Also,there may be a marked diminished demands placed on us that are unrealistic, and by
about registration. It's sad when students request five interest in significant activities,feeling detachedor breaking down unavoidable tasks into manageable
classes and get,two, forcing them to stand in drop-add estranged from others or our own emotions. chunks.We all need to take special care of ourselves.
lines and eventually take whatever class is open, not This detached numbing sensation may alternate Finally, we all need to re-establish plans for the
what they want.We're with periods of intense emotions and a strong need to future that may have been put on hold. Remember,
express feelings. Finally, there may be increased we pulled together as a community and supportedeach
not saying first-come, first-serve registration is arousal resulting in difficulty sleeping, irritability, difficulty other throughout the initial stages of the crisis.
the answer to all UF's problems,'nor are we giving up on concentrating and hypervigilance.All Let us continue to take the time we need to care for
our fight to one day have the convenience of phone regis- of these responses are normal and predictable ourselves and support each other with gentleness,
tration. But until then, we ask administrators to look at reactions to a crisis, and are attempts to protect our. love, humor, understanding and tolerance.
their current system, acknowledge that it is far from be- selves, to release our feelings and to regain a sense Jamie Funderburk is a psychologist at the University
of control They are an important part of the healing Counseling Center.
ing in students' best interest and do something' about it.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Victims' memorial white heart at the bottom:Because names can barely be seen, since
alligator Editor nothing written on the wall ever the shade of gray is so light
A. Plunkett should be redoneEditor lasts more than 2 or 3 days, it was, Everyone loves to scrawl their
Judy
nice to drive past it for the past personal statements on that wall
Managing Editor Opinions Editor : A dart to the people who three months and always see the but why did the girls have to touch
Reslier repainted the memorial to the five memorial..
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline the memorial? I hope Tke Alligatorcan
slain students on the 34th Street
Last Friday,I saw two girls painting give a laurel to the person who
Letter Letters to Policy the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page) They mould be wallA over the black part of the memorial repaints the memorial'to its original
typed,'double-spaced and signed They should Include I typed name address and telephone big, black'square had been with gray paint They left design.:
,the number.editorial:Name page will editor be withheld at 374458 If the writer snows Just cause, If you have any questions call- painted in the middle of the wan the names,but their act diminishedthe Scott stevenson
with their names in white and a quality of the original The five 4JM



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SOLDIERSfrom she said. Postage is cheap because officialsin It was founded by Lee Spencer, National
page 3 New York forward the mail overseas, Director of "Mail Call! in 1973. Spencer
assuming the air-mail costs. started the organization after participating in
diers and letting them know they are sup- Letters take about two weeks to reach the a similar program during the Vietnam War.
ported by their country. soldiers, she said.
Teri Reuter, a UF graduate student and a "We receive cards and letters, combineand
teaching assistant for public speaking, Address letters or packages for membersof separate them into bundles and then
A started writing letters to"Any Services Mem the Air Force and Army to: Any American send them to U.S. military personnel all over
ber"with some of her friends about a month Service Member, Operation Desert Shield, the world,"Spencer said. "We sent out 1,000
APO NY 09848-0006. For members of the bundles last year.
could be your ad. ago.Reuter sent out 10 letters and has gotten Marine Corps and Navy, send letters or "The service members really appreciateour
Advertise in three responses so far. packages to:Any American'Service Member, efforts," he said. "We even get requests
the Alligator. "Writing to them is important because Operation Desert Shield, FPO NY 09866- from military officials to send them mail for
376-4482 they are all lonely and have nothing to do," 0006. their service members. We also have Christ-
she said. "In the letters, they say that they mas Mail Call and Valentine's Day Mail Call."
don't like it there, they are hot, bored and Other organizations send mail to U.S. Ser
they want to come home." vice Members who are stationed in placesall If you would like to send cards and lettersto
F The main things the service people are over the world. "Mail Call! write for instructions to "Mail
asking for are cookies, books, frisbees, "Mail Call!"is an Orlando based organization Call!" P.O. Box 817, Christmas, FL 32709.
candy, gatorade (powdered) and pictures, which sends mail to service members. Include a stamp for return postage.
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GHETTOfrom raise rent." allowing buildings to deteriorate Ghetto to would have known everything
the water heater," he said.
while collecting rents. "It
page 5 Collier denies the renovationsare And the
needed a water'gauge
designed to raise rents. "If Like Solomon, Gainesville resident Mahal" for
Any problems here
UF sophomore Karen Solomon, there was easy money, the profitis Earlene James, 28, said the Gainesville, be due to would
negligence
who lives at 1624 NW 4th Ave.,said long-term and vague," he said. Student Ghetto name fits the area. city's ." by the
she enjoys living in the Student The quick,easy buck Is letting the James grew up in Gainesville and two areas.
Ghetto but finds the College Park property deteriorate. A lot of ab- is the receptionist for the Alachua ern area is

renaming silly. sentee landlords take the easy way County Commission."It's ville. said both renters and land.
"
"You can walk in a two-block out. a Student Ghetto,"she said. Bill are guilty of neglect, adding
radius of my apartment and find 15 Collier said about 200 owners "College Park..come on.It sounds who rents a sometimes use their option of
of my friends she said."Changingit have property in the area. He said like an amusement park. Tell him Ave., said him entry when he makes
to College Park is an excuse to landlords profit from housing by (Collier) it will be the Student hood, i inspection.

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I MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1990, ALLIGATOR 9 .



BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND







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I FOR RENT: UNFURN. SUBLEASE: HSEAPTSublet ROOMMATESHouse

Classifications (D How to place a INCREDIBLE 2 bdr/1/ 1/2/ ba townhous Pool, 2 Bdr Fenced Yard. N/S/ F/M 3

Efficiency Apt. volleyball, laundromat, pets allowed. ml or 10 mln from UF Great for student
classified ad: Starting at $185 Close to Shands, In Mt. Vernon $495/mo. with pets. 165mo 1/2 util. cable, fur-
'
ReM' Call 377-7344. 12-14-10-4 nlshed. 3774795. "11-22-5-5
1 for .- Furnished Starting at S235 / 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST
In Person:
2 For Rent Unfurnished Cash check, MC or VISA. 110 NW 39th Ave PARK PLACE big 2bdr/2ba/ avail Jan 1. F-NS wanted for Spring In 3 bd 2 ba 1
378-3988 Close to UF, $490mon + security dep. block from campus. Huge bedroom ft
3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office 375-3861 Call anytime 3353556. 12-4-10-4 closets. $207/mo 1/3 oleo & phone

.< For Bent/Sale/ ,,05, W. University Ave 12-14-76-2 Free water. Must tool Call 3713949.
MF Bam. 4 1br/lba unfurn at In The Pines. Big
4 'Sublease House/Apt./ pm SOUTHFORK OAKS 2 BR 1.5 BATH In enough for two. $365/mo. available end F N/S Spring. Spacious bdr/1/ ba in SW.."'
area. Own room $160/ month 1/2 utilItles. -
Main BookstoreHub pool complex, Breakfast bar/dish of fall term. Call 377-1597. 11-19-3-4
.5 Roommates Call 3352740. No Leave
Customer Service Desk pets.
.
".., washer/cent air. $450 KEY MANAGEMENT
For Safe ,><: .. .;< M F 8 am 4.30 pm 3723060. 11-21-3-2 F n/s needed to sublease a room In 2br/1 message. 11-20-3-5
.6
: '. : bh apt. in Spanish Trace by 1/91 $200/mo/
7 Real Estate :: :, Reitz Union, Cashier's Office "Check Our New Specials" 1/2 util. Call Amy 335.9191 or 392- Roommate wantedMF/ to share 3 bd3/
M.F 9 am 9 pm 9575 11-26-5-4 ba brand new apartment. Spacious bedroom
All Amenities Available
8 .Motorcycles f Sat & Sun ClosedMedical FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Includes own bath. W/D Includedfull +

:Autos /' Roommates Available Lg 2bd/ 2bth In Wills. Village HUGE balcony amenities. Reflections $220/mo 332-
9 /
Bookstore, ShandsM
; We're No.1REGENCY 485/mo/ dep. neg. Avail. 12/1 GPD 3537. 11-26-5-5

10: Wanted .:.,/;:: F, 8.m. 4.30 pm OAKS detect neigh close to campus pets ok
Female n/s, serious student. Own roomIn
335-5701' 11285.4
11 Services .. By Mall: 378-5766 nice, older home. 2 blocks from cam

Services Use forms appearing weeklyin 3230 SW Archer Road Regency Oaks- 1 bdl 1 ba $345/mo available pus. $180/mo. util.! 378-1292 or 378-
12 : Typing $ the Alligator. Sorry no cash by COUNTRY GARDENS Jan. Call John at 373-4694. 12-3- 5897. 1 11-30-9-5

13 Wanted mail, MC. VISA or checks only. 373-4500 10.4
Help ::. 2001 SW 16th Street SPRING 911 I F/M needed, large bedroomIn

14 Business$ Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 12-14-76-2 LOOKI House 4 rent. 2-3 large bdrms, 3 bdrm. house, 3 blks. from campus-

Payment by VISA or Mastercard fireplace, fenced yd/deck/ close 2 cam $160 plus utilities. Fireplace' 376-5177
15 Personals ;>::..: SPACIOUSONE
ONLY. Five dollar minimum. pus/mall. Pets ok/no depl Only 49S/mth'

16. ,Connections .. M F 8.30 4 pm. BEDROOM APT 376-7652 11-26-5-4 REFLECTIONS. N/S/ roommate
ONLY $273MO.LYONS needed ASAP. Own bd/ba In brand
:..17..Notices':. ::'" .;. APT new 3 bd// 3 ba apartment security/
o How to correct 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE system, W/D./ Furnished except bd.
: .
18 .: Rides ;j' .'. 12-14-76-2 $213/mo./ 336-1056. 11214.5
cancel your ad: VILLAGE

19' Pets .. Apt avail, now: 2bd, d/w, porch $375.80; Roommates available Reserve your Oxford Manor- roommate needed for

;. 20;\: ::Lost & Found Cancellations: avail Dec, 2bd, porch, w/d, d/w./ $385; room for spring Bus serviceto spring sem. 3bd townhouse Master bd

:,': :::;" ;. "" .:' 'i: < .:. Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri. 8.4 pm. 1 bd, $275; all wcent/ h/a/ fans: 373-0701 UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn. for rent $230/mo. Call 373-0424 Dawn or
$175-$2SO roommatemonth.MZ / 11-20-3-5
11.19-13.2 per Missy.
No refunds can be given
Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor

Alligator errors: Duplex apt., 1 BR, LR, Kit, bath AC/heat 375-0207 F n/s/ rmmate for spring In 2 bdrm apt
D When will your ad run? 3 blocks from UF, 1 blk off Univ Ave. 11-30-27-5 behind Norman. Own room wood floors!'.
Check ad the FIRST day it runs
your $200.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR A- $150' month 1/2/ utilities 376-5486 Ive
Call 373-FIND with corrections before
any Frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338- Female non-smoker to share 2br 2ba aptw message. 11.30.8.5OAKBROOK.own
THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
Classifieds will begin TWO noon. 1839. 11.30.10.2 same. $245 + 1/2 util. must like catsl
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY 335-3764. 11-28-20-5 bedroom and bath.

DAYS after they are placed.; THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected Duplex for rent 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, full Wash/dry. Furnished with microwave.

Ads ..mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. kitchen, pets allowed, close to campus, URGENTI! Need roommate for Jan. at Available on Dec 24 $325/mo. 1/2 util

Union or Shands take No refunds or credits can be given after $350/month Call 371-8141 1 or 1-800-654- Polo,. Own bedroom, bath + house ities. 3785171. 11-27-5-5
may
placing the ad. Changes called in alter 4544. 11.20.10.2 alarm. F/n-s, undergraduate $255. Call
THREE days to apPear.. Ads the first day will not be compensated. 3710575. ,11-19-9-5, Greenwich Green n/s/ f to share

may run for any length of time Sublet large 2br unit In Summit House. 3br/2.Sba twnhse lor Spring. Own master
Customer error or changes: Unit NL-21. Call 376-9668-Discountl) 11- Studious, clean n/s F to share very nice bd/ba $233/mo/ 1/3 utll, cable free! Call
and be cancelled at time.
any Corrections must be made in person at 21-6-2 SW luxury condo townhouse 2bdr/l 1/2 335-3712 Iv mes. 1 11-27-5-5'

Sorry, but there can be no re- The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. bath, wash/dry/ many extras. $240/mo +
funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction tee.. 1/2 util. Available Immediately Call 332- Casablanca W. rmmt needed for
MOBILE HOMES: 9323. 11.28.15.5 2br/2.Sba, wa/dry, scrn patio, coil, Ins
Avail mid-Dec $262/mo/ 1/2ut/ 305-973-

3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Windmeadows n/s F to share large master 44243353127. 11-30-8-5.

bdr In furnished 2/2. Available Immediately

FOR RENT: UNFURN.This Farmsrentals from $260 Incl. spring. $165/mo. Call 3355284. LAKEWOOD VILLAS Need m/f for own
FOR RENT: water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn 11.30.18.5 br/ba In 3br/3ba $232/mo/ 1/3 util. Security -
main. Also some great buys. Quietl Will System CALL NOW 335.9599. 1 11.,
month's rent FREE! 1 bdrm studio
1 FURNISHED take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 F N/S/ roommate for own bdr In Park
apt. Nice, close to campus. $295/mo. Call Serious m student for clean rm in Ig
Open weekends too. 12.14.47-3 Place. 3bd/2ba/ turn apt for Spring. Only
Homing Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop Tracy 3782651. 11.19.5.2 1ml from campus. $203/mo + 1/3util + 7bd/2ba upstairs apt 3blks to UF. 1616

all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, 1 br nice apt for rent, $350mo. Close to Must sell 1972 Manatee 12 .802 bd 1 deposit. Call 3351883. 11-20-10-5 NW 3 Ave, $160/mo 12-4-10-5* sec ,lease, no

parking, laundry, 1210 per mo., C.L.O. campus & overlooks pool ft volleyball ct. ba, w/d hookup storage shed. Close to p.t.495.9024.
117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 12-14-62-1 Call 336-9630. 11-20-5-2 Oaks Mall. $5500. Call 332-0686, Ive Oxford Manorfemale to share 2 bdr / 2
mess. 11-21-10-3 ba apt., partially furnished ADT security .WANT TO MOVE OUT?* Fern Rmmt.
neededl Share nice 3bdrm own master
apt
OAKBROOK 2/2 (urn. and unturn. Room system $250 1/2 utilities. Call LeA-
Super Clean 2bdr/1ba/ duplex apt., central -
bdrm ft ba, $l 5/mo., Call Cindy 334-
mate matching avail. Waih/dry. From heat/air, fenced yard, bike to UF, pet SUBLEASE: .nne or Joy 3774058. 11.21.10-5 7824. 11.27-5.5' ,.
$162.50. Diversified Properties, REAL OK, $310/mo. Call Sarah 375-3378. '11 1'.
3789090. 12-14-29- F N/S/ for Spring in 2 bd/2.5 b spt./nicely
TOR. 373-9375 or
1 19-5-2 4 HOUSEAPT.Sublease furnished except for own room. Must be F/N/S for Spring. Own bd/ba/ $268+1/3/
leave utilities, w/d/ included. Call Kerri at 336-
374.8428 mes-
neat/$200. Call
MORE FOR YOUR $
3 room furnished apt. Full kitchen, cable, SPACIOUS 3 ft 4 bdrm townhomae 1 brlt ba $350 per mon starting sage. ,-,,9.10.5 6393. 11.30-10.5

phone, pool. Next to Oaks Mall and 175. Close' to SFCC a UPWoodg.l. Dec 1. Regency Oaks. Contact Jim at
I need a home F n/s seeking same to
Rent week month. $4SO/mo./ 331- 3783937. 11-28-10-4 Private Room 1 Bk to UF, Lock Mail box,
by or Manor Apartments .
for semester.Please
1618. 12-14-19-1 cox cable, utilities Incl. Share sublet or share apt. Spring
332-4544 Need someone to sublease apt. by Dec. kitchen/bath. $150mo, 376-3291 or 491- call 372-9389 or 305.792.5387
501 SW 75th Street 1.1bdr 1 loft, new carpet. $349/mo. Archer 2083 Beeper. 11-28-10-5 eve. before 10pm. 11-30-10-5
FOR RENT: 12-14-21-2 Woods. Donna 376-0210 or office 373-
8727. 11-28-10-4 "BRANDYWINE" F n/s needed: own bdr In turn 2/1 across

2 UNFURNISHEDCOUNTRY ONE MONTH FREE on studio and one F n/s/ to share room from UF. NW Apt, upstr secured windows,
bedroom apartments. Walk to UF. COLLEGE REGENCY OAKS f/ns/ to share 3br/2ba, $140/mo 1/3 utilities door alarms. $205 +1/2/ util. Call 378-

LIVINQ-near 34 St. Plaza, 2 PARK 411 NW 15 St. 371-7777. $120 .share/l85own/ l/4utlllty/ December Call 376-2320 leave message 0850 Iv m.g. 11.27.7.5 *?

BR duplex, quiet wooded area, air, pets 11-30-10-2 1 '90 free ASAP call Christy 336-8152. 11-19-5-5$ share
11-30-12-4 WINDMEADOWS M/F/ needed to
ok. $275 KEY MANAGEMENT. 372-3060. SW TOWNHOUSE-2 large BR1.5 BA
'11-21-3-2 Roommate wanted-own bedroom In large 2bd/2ba apt for Spring R.ntl. negotiableft
washer/dr/ er/dishwasher/cent AC only Large 1 br 1 ba heat/AC. Free washer 4bdr house. Walking distance UF w/d 1/2 utilities. Call 335.5018 11-21-5-5

Walk to Santa FE CC: 1 BOR $2700,. $300, KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060. and dryer; Nov., last security paid $349mo. central heat/ac 1/4 util. $200/mo. 372-
2 BOR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, See. 11-21-3-2 Safe' gaurded place 3100 SW 35 PI. 2013. 11-19-5-5 Mill Run condos, m/f, own bedroom,
11.20-5.4 cable washer/dryer, can move In at end
nits ,
302-4792 472-2926
day
Plus LMR. Pool ( no cats or dogs.Santa
sundry ,
Beautiful 3 bd/3/ ba condo.- Screened
SUBLET. Apartments of fall or Jan 1. $225 ft 1/2 utils. Call
12-14- : Georgetown
Fe Trace Apts.*- 378-1190 porch, washer/dryer, ceiling fans, corner F n/s for private bdr In 3 bdr apt near Available now, great location. Joe at 336-3932. 11-26-5-5 r
78-2
unit In Rockwook Villas. $725/mo,- 336- Butler Plaza $154 a month Novemberfree. 1150/month. November treat Call Steveat

Oak Glade Apt i near UF VA,. qul.tw..h.rdry.r 3982 (leave message) 1 11-26-5-2 $100 security moves you In call 338.1331.v., message. 11-21-10-5 Room for rent In 3/2 on 5 acres just 3
available In most units (for 376-2019 11-20-5-4 miles from town. M/F, prefer n/s./ Horse
1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished Roommate $180 month Inclu utilities. welcome. $150 mth 1/3 utll. Call 377-
$20 mo. Cats Allo..d:1B.2B. 1 ft 2 Bath WILLIAMS- -
$250.1371.80' Imr. 372-6422. 12.14- rent negotiable. Sublet 1 br, furnished or unfurnished In Tower Road. Call 332-0786. Discount 4594. 1126.5.5Classifleds.
76-2 BURG VILLAGE 379-1253. 12-5-30-2 The Laurels w/d, dw, ALARM ft more. housekeeping. 11-20-4-5 I
Available 191., Call 336-4151. 11-21-5-4'

to NEAR LAW SCHOOL-2 BR hardwood WALK TO UFII 2 bedroom/1/ bath $175. .
1 br/ba: .leas* up end of Jan w/ option ,
renew. 4mo leases. Move In today, only floors/free/ Handing fireplaceairenclosed Unfurnished 2br 1 1., 1/2 ba Close to UF & COLLEGE PARK 411 NW 15 St. 371- Continued on next *

$280mo.4 Nov: Only $150. Call 336-6110.. porch. $500 KEY.MANAGEMENT Shopping 345mo Lease thru Feb. November ,7777. 11-30-10-5 page.

,,-21-3-2. 3723060. 11-21-3-2 t: : Free..Call. --0'20.' 'r 600; pm, f



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6 FOR SALE FOR SALEAll FOR SALE AUTOS AUTOS

4-door 75 Olds Omega-4dr straight 6 cyl w air,
Technics am/fm cass w/built box 15" ipkrs 4 tweets, 84Chevy Cavalier, automatic, ,
TYPESETTER- 5410. 2 Disk dig. eq Bumper : ((2)) ,
Varltyper new paint, tires, tint see to appreciate,
drivel 2 dim cassette, 2 dim cannisters 240 watt amp. box w/2 12 Inch woof ft 2 Sherwood 240w amp mounted onto unit. a/c. 84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon,
"CLEAN" $1800 obo 371.7481,11-21-5.
Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 150 watt tweet. $500 comp. Jeff 332- Strong sound; easy to transfer. $400 Call am/fm, a/c, auto, 6 cylinder.. 335-5303. 9
11-29-15-9
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. 2303. 11-19-3-6 3722913. 11-19-5-6

Good machine for .maillyp. shop. System 1986 Ford Escort GT-52K ml blk exttanInt.
G'vllle-Pltts- 288. 40 87 Mazda 626, 2door, LX, Sspeed, air,
1 airline ticket Hon.yweiliaplop computer meg.
roundtrip
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font AM/FM/ stereo, bra. Save $600-no
burgh over Xmas-cheap. 3744087. 11- harddrlve w// modem, 3 1/21n/ drive, battery am/fm tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks. 46k.
disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at a/c. Asking $3250obo. Call Jon 375-
mlg. Excellent condition, must sell 335-
21-5-6 charger, case. $2400. Call 373-8961 1.
373-9926 for Info.
more 11-19-5-6, 5303. 11-29-15-9 3800. 11-21-5-9


Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more MPUTER '85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback, 82 Toyota Tercel 4D Auto, AC, AM/FM/ ,
SUNGLASSESRayBan$35Vuarnet$45.Bolle$40etc.
OAKTREE SHADZ
brands are all at our New Location) Car .. : 5 speed, a/c, am/fm/ tp, sunroof, power 50K, One owner, excellent condition, ask
.
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372' ISKOUNTERS door/locks./ Excellent cond. 335-5303. ing for $3000, Must See 373-4596 or 392-
2070. 12-14-76-8 Call 335-6450 to save your money. 11- 11-29-15-9 0823. Ask for C.P. 1 11-19-3-9,
30-12-6

Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Best price on quality computer 373- 78 Ford Fairmont 4-dr auto ps pb reliable 78 Ford T-Bird. A/C/ am/fm/ cant. good

Detectors, Infinity, Ssnsul Sony, 0762. 11-21-5-6 & economic transportation. Runs well and tires. $1095 obo. Call after 3 pm at 335-
Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. 7 REAL ESTATEHome body straight. $750 neg. Call after 6pm. 9423. 11-26-5-9
We Beat All Prices 373-3754. 12-14-76- Compact disk player 4 sale! Mint cond, 495.3780. 11-20-6-9
8 cables and free renewable 2 yr ext war for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' Mitsubishi Mirage. 1990. 16k miles, air

ranty from Sears $85 Iv msg 334-9013 Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew conditioning, power steering, am/fm
ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Hurryl) 11-20-3-6 your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds clutchtiresstarter. 84k miles ca... 3345737. 12-3-10-9

Harman Kardon Autotek JBL, Toshiba, offers you the cheapest way to a/cam/fm asking only $1600 or best offer
Crunch Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar Car audio Installationsany radio, amp, keep your real estate in the public eye. call 3345290. 11-19-5-9 1978 Porshe 924. 4-speed, air, sunroof
.. 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6 EO, speakers at cheap prices Also, Where else can you keep your property In 210000. 462-2381

equipment for sale. Alpine, Kenwood, the market for as little as four dollar a 300ZX, 1985, T-top, auto, air, cassette, 1988 Isuzu I-Mark. 5-speed, $1600.00.
DISCOUNT HI-FI ADS, BA, .ct. 3323523. 11-26-5-6 day? To make It even easier, you can 63K, mint condition, $7500. Will consider 4622381. 11-21-4-0
place your ad over the phone; all you trade. Call 3771584. 11-19-5-9
722 S. Main O The Red Bldg. Davis Cup Finalstickets.. St. Petersburg need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call 1977 Ford Granada. 4 door, brown,

WE ARE CHEAPER Nov 30-Dec 2. Will take best offer, 373-FIND today to place your ad. 1981 Niassan Maxima-silver, diesel, pwr $450. small refrigerator' 33"x19" $40 Ph

12-14-76-6 Call Craig at 3710023. -26-5-6 sunroof & windows, automatic. 100,000 334-5878. 11-28-5-9
Duplex for sale, 2 apts., close to campus, miles In good condition. $2000 3354937.
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 1990 CANNONDALE size 56cm, blu/wht, 2 bedrooms/1,5/ bath. Call 1-800-654- 12-3-11-9 1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS pwr door

any car truck or van fully guaranteed will SR400 Roadbike $650 retail, matching 4544 or 371.8141 11-20-10-7 locks, seats, windows, a/c, auto, wht
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes Giro helmet. Best offer, 336.6977 ask 79 Ford Fairmont, 24 mpg and In good ext/blu Int. Exc condo must sell best

sage. 12-14-37-6 4 Paul. 11-21-2-6 condition, need new tires, has 107,000 offer 3345053. 12-3-10-9
8 MOTORCYCLES ml. $800 or best offer. 392-2424/377-/
WATERBED queen 60% motionless w/ 1985 Mercury Capri 4cyl amfm tilt
MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146 8285.ask Nina. 11-20-2-9 gs ps
Editor's choice Hewlett Packard headboard, heater. Like new. Kirby or Scooter for sale. Honda Spree, runs pb pw plocks hatchb 30mpg excellent

Northgate M/C. Prices lower than Jon. 3751910. 11-19-1-6 great. $275. Call Ariel at 336-1845 or Honda Civic 1082, stereo pa, pb, a/c, body.Interior consider trades.$2200 obo

mailorder Systems below Include 1mb, 491-3315 beeper. 11-20-2-8 5-speed, new tires, brakes, & battery. call 3732585. 11-27-7-9
FURNITUREII Coffee table, 4 bar stools,
40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor. 60,000 mile $1600. Call Giuseppe between
MC 288/12-/ $948 MC 386SX- $1068, 2 Indirect lamps, entertainment ctr, 12-1 pm A alter 5:30: 378-2703. 11.
couch. All for $100 (will sell pieces).
9 AUTOSNissan
Northgate 386/20-/ $2499. Leading Edge 21-5-9 10 WANTEDLocal
TRAVEL!) Roundtrip plane tic to Conn
386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery-

$1995.1 1& 2 year warranties: Onsite war. Dec 28-Jan 336-4247.. 11-21-3-6 300ZX 11388 5-speed, am/fm/tape, 82 Fury ex pol car, pwltbac./ / new Artist needs: GOLD,, Gems, Class

ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185.. ORCA EDGE Dive Computer. Like New air, T-top, excellent condition. Best offer. batt, brakes, hev/dut/ coilplat plugs, V8, Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine
HP Laser Jet lip- $987 3743 W. University Batteries and all accessories included. Call l 332-8473.. 11-19-10-9 very cln, no rust, 100wt stereo, $1100, Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10

Ave. 12-14-52-6 $475 neg Nights and weekends 377- call 334-7036. 1 11-19-3-9, ,
Buick R.ga11083 auto at wagon
CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286-12 w/1 meg 8352. 11-27-S-6 V6 ac/am/fm/ good condition WANTED Renault Encore 2-door 1984
ran, 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor $2500 or best offer Dodge Omni 1981, good condition, great thru 1986 for half' hour engineering In
$900. Other systems available. 332- 1 Nagell.rlgraph'14 $350. rare Nagel Saeful' 334-5057 mpg, mechanically good, must tell, $950. spection. Will pay. Call 375-8710. 11-19-
8333. 11-19-15-6 Hollywood serigraph $1000.1 $1300 takes Call 377.9050, Ive mess 11-21-5-9 5-10
11-27-5-9
both. Firm if separate. Ask for Carla 332-

FUTON AND FRAME SALE 3784. 11-27-5-6

bed Extra frames.thick cotton/foam From only futons$200, per& sofa-set. Apple MAC II CX, 40 H.D5 RAM, Hi Res. 1- wHYfe. r 1'ievkrjvin5, ; II 4 4ivt" 4or Y'" 9Ketltd it,11'10"841: 3vhkr. s J. //.trt tvW! J.,., f 61k41" for(

Call 30.15-8 At 373-3127 or Matt 3772110. 11- color ranty.monitor$4200 ,obo.ext. David keyboard.3712466.Under war 11- tI. S/f"t: CAA rok.,1t 11..M/f' Cehl f'rf tll tel1e1AIdread, Sf..iJ.. sJckll"; Comes, rio-if

27-5-6
ice, l.t
a gleii,0A. Q. .
Heavily padded nice vinyl leather couch \! ,,,1/

UPUTER.. ft loveseat. Oak frame, neutral color. : "..I a4,bderi Eh'fCI /r.,,
Couch $165. Love seat $136. Both $250. e Q)

ISKOUNTERS 373-8310. 11-19-1-6 rte.[ ,. > C)

Round-trip Airline Ticket to NEW YORK 1 a e
"We'll Beat any Competitive Prices $199.00 Iv Orlando 11/21/ return 11/25 i

286-12 complete system only $950 ** Call 375-3132 NOW NY NY NY Ny.....
386 SX-16 complete system only $1225 11-20-26 1
Call 373-0762. 11-21-5-6 cATk4..lrr
MUST SELL, RALEIGH 12 SPD. ROAD
Need to sell Italian bicycle with 12spds, BIKE. EXCEL COND. $225 OBO. Mike

suntour trans 4 Ims with quick release 375-4003. 1'- 13-5.8
locks & more. Asking $310 obo. 336-0371

pm. 11-19-4-6 GETTING MARRIED? 1.20 karat dia-
mond engagement ring, VVSI, $3200. 1'h.oJrr C'II C.llt, rc I i .Jr, 1'... Lt..h... --A

((2)) Orion Amps 225 HCCA ((2)) Orion XTR Call Evan at 374-6574. 11-20-5-6
subs ((1)) Trek 1400 bike ((1)) Luxman tuner

((1)) Nintendo wgames.. Eric 371-9384.

1'- 13.5-5 CINEMA N' DRAFTttOUSE I WALT$ Es.W'S azO By Devil. StsmsckyV9P''MO I

SAFARI AUDIO...for all ol your car stereo PRESUMED INNOCENT
need Come see the experts at

Safari Audio. 4110 SW 34th SI 13, 336- (R) r ONO ABOUT 411

1128. 12-5-15-6 TW' CHICKEN WHAT GOT Art"s
7:15: 9:45: / UNCLE MLPWIN TO THB ot HK we ofTW' NO,
Furniture: dining table w/4/ chairs, full AOU9 Teue THB SAME '
ROAft TWB ONB ABOUTTWPOftWWATNBVBlZ YOU AIN'7 LAUGNIN'.
size bed/bookshelf/ w/3 drawers, dresser Adm!!. ,Ion S2 iO THttB JOKf... e

armchair. CALL 335-7043 after 5:00: pm ',200 M'tl'' '''''' & Tup ,d\, HAD TEN PUCKS AFORe
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11-26-10-15
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CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12- continue to provide quality products at s
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14-76-14 great prices with fast friendly service,
dependable, personal service. Tara 332- 10am2pm. Approx 20 hrs per week. 62 FOR 291 PAGE CATALOG
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to you OR PHONE TOLL FREE FOR INFORMATION
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resumes reports a letters a etc. Dial 378-3359. 11-21-3-15
P.O. Box 12984 Gainesville, FL 32604.
376-5465 3500 W. Univ. Ave. The Division of Housing Office for j j I _
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28, 1990. For more Information a frames a acc. _

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would you like to earn extra JJJ during your' winter break AND receive s

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375-8967
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train I | Security at Home and When Traveling | I If you would, BURDINtS is the place to be!

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Jobs in USA and overseas. All
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Don't Jimit yourself to those few
Jamsdoorand doors Sounds loud CaD the Burdines Personnel Office closest to you' NOW for more Information.
companies that recruit on campus. Jump sounds a loud. continuoul piezo alarm when knob
start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters ', p'ozo' alarm' touched Turns oil I\i" RNIwee6. County
today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W. until mat' Strong ABS automatically when ....Iywood JOI."I.2)1I"tnIttJ.
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flexible hours. Car necessary. 18-65 a male or sterile female?

Great potential. Apply In person. Gator
Rental Finders 1702 W. University Ave.
11-19-2-13 Are you available one weekday morning a week

for 1-2+ hours? The LSAT!
ATTENTION all campus organizational
Need $$$? Participate In a simple 1 week
on-campus marketing project. Call Jill at If your answer Is yes to all of the questions we

3368372. 11-19-1-13 want you for our research with an Innovative new
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organization needed to promote Stanley H. Kaplan's LSAT prep course is too
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Shoot through the Hoopl The Recreational ALLEY KATZ Is t bowling center We Hair Removal If your Rickshaw Is getting a little creaky,
jjj O'Connell Center H Sports Dept Is hosting One on One have It alll Pool, video games and beer Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc for find a ride here In the Rides section)
Us Basketball. Sign up begins Nov 18, deadline Open until lam Mon.-Tours. 12-13-43- Info about the PERMANENT removal of
,Upcoming Events 20. 11-21-2-15 15 unwanted facial & body hair 3744307. $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp./ $30 one way
12-14-76-15 6 yrs. of weekly Frl/Sun/ bus trips Pets
Louise Mandrel! Christmas Show FAMILY V CHIROPRACTIC 40% off all warmup sullts men &, women. ok, pkg. transported GMG trans 336-
with ipeclal guest Irene Mandrel! Serving UF since 1977 Check early for best selection! Quality 7026/305-266-3788/ 12-7-20-18
December 5 at 8:00 pm Most Insurance accepted products prices, servlce-EZ Tennis 34 St 16 CONNECTIONS
Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reefer 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. PI. 11-30-12-15
Band Dr. Steven Schargel GAY? Bl? QUESTIONING? 19 PETS
January 24 at 8:00pm: 373-7070 B .4 U buy shoes, rackets, sportswear, GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs
Call 392-1653 strings, or accessories, check out Info/Relerral/Consultatlon 12147616EYE 1 Mml-lop rabbit I, black very loveablel Inc.
FOR TICKET INFORMATION SSTUDENTS GET CASH$ .G'vllle's tennis authorlty-EZ Tennis 34 St cage, water btl., food 'IC. $35 obo. Call
12-5-13-15 For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's Plaza. 11-30-12-15 EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease Steve or Julle-374-9534 11-194-19
372.1228.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum
Professional photographer seeks fashion City 121476.15 PREGNANT? Don't, guess. Get Immediate optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave 376-1288. Playful gorgeous Persian/Himalayan cat
models Top rates paid send detail to test results from a reliable source 11-30-14-16 needs caring home She Is 2 yrs with all
P.O. Box 13885, Gnvlle, FL. 32604. 12- Need great shoes & U want to save? WhoU PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881. shots Please call Tonya at 3346542.
7-14-15 gonna call? EZ Tennisl Sale or no sale, 12-14-76-15 THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, 11.27.5.19
we don't match prices, we beat them I 372-8724. Old esoteric books, astrology
..GET A GRIP*** 11.30.12.15 EZ Tennis offers 25% off sportswear, readings, crystals, minerals & more 11-
Call ACTS 376-7105 40% off warmups & 50% off aerobic wear 30-10-16 20LOST & FOUND
The Spirit-filled SKYDIVE DAILY plus a whole lot morel Check us

Campus Ministry Skydlve with The Wllllston Skydivers out II 11-30-12-15 WASP, SWM NS GWM, AEIOU. LOST: female cat brown/orange/ tortoiseshell
12-14-70-15 338-7970. 12-14-73-15 Send your messages to someone specialIn calico. Lost In SW area since 11/1
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
the Connections section. Call 335-2455. 112610.20
Get special student discounts on exams
and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT.
Don't be a turkey! HOOD.377-0881. 12-14-76-15 17 NOTICES FOUND: Men's watch at Reid Service
Drive on 118. Call to ID: 377.9348 Iv

Get it fixed Free labor with string purchase at EZ Meeting scheduled? Luncheon planned? message. 11.19.3-20
Tennis: 30% off tee shirts: 25% off Let know what's happening by .
everyone FOUND: long-haired It colored, male
BEFORE shorts shirts sklrts-365 days a yearll 34 placing a classified adl CAT, approx. 1 yr old on 11-7 near WestsIde .
St Plaza. 11-30-12-15
Baptist Church on W. University Ave.
F the Spend Winter Break In Israel With Tagar. Call to ID: 371-1635. 11-193-20
trip SAVE ON RAYBANS 2 weeks for only $995. For more information
University Opticians call 18005523827. 11-30-10-17 LOST- set of keys at Little Hall on Oct. 23
Myer's Service Center 300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480 pm. Keys on plain ring. Call 334.8962.
12147615Say, 11-21-4-20

Toyota Specialist M.S.E.Minorities .
FOUNDtennis racket in CSE classroom.Call .
thanks to Mom & Dad this holiday w/a Striving to Excel. A .service or. to ID 371-3534. 11.20.3.20FOUND
3411 N. Main Terr. decorated cookie from I Want Cookies ganization devoted to educating minority
17 NW 17th St 378-4678 -20-2-15
youth. 11-19-1-17 : yellow Huffy bike Call to ID
338.1784. 11-203-20
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GAMEfrom tying seventh of the year. a 21-9 lead. a good part of the first 15 minutes, was down on the 1-yard line.
16 Kentucky ran for 19 yards on 27 "We didn't come out t of the chuteas the Gators offense backfired and After a delay of game set the
page attempts. Senior tailback Al Bakerwas motivated as some recent backtracked.After Gators back half the distance to the
starter Willie McClendon added held to 15 yards, 60 below his games, but we got going and UF linebacker Tim Paulk goal line a few inches Ken
90. average. stopped them," Culpepper said. intercepted a pass first broken up tucky linebacker Jeff Brady
Defensively, UF bent on the pass UF sacked Kentucky quarter "Kentucky made us realize real by an airborne Fain at the UF 21. blindsided Matthews in the end
but broke Kentucky's rushing at backs Freddie Maggard and Ryan quick that we had a fight on our yard line, the Gators preceded to zone for a safety that did count.
tack. The Wildcats threw for 326 Hockman four times,two by senior hands. We got behind,but then we speed toward the wrong end zone. UF's defense answered with
yards, but were Intercepted three defensive tackle Brad Culpepper, settled down and played some First, Kentucky rover Larry some points of its own on senior
times. UF sophomore safety Will who also recovered a secondquarter good ball." Jackson sacked Matthews in the gatorback Godfrey Myles' 52-yard
White had one of the interceptions, fumble to set up the second UF wasn't playing such good ball end zone for an apparent safety, interception return of a Freddie
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I Arendt returns to action, wins consolation matchBy I


DEBRA SARI LINN ine Hamers, 6-7 ((6-8)), 7-6 ((8-6)), 6-4, to win Volvo/ITCA Collegiate Tennis Rankingswill "Nicole (Arendt) was very rusty," UF
Alligator Writer the consolation tournament Sunday. be released in December. coach Andy Brandi! said. "It was a rough day
'The three-hour match was a rematch of Arendt'advanced to the quarterfinals of for her, as well as for Erika (Kuttler) and
After a rough first day of competition for last year's NCAA championship semifinal the consolation tournament with a win over Holly (Danforth)."
the UF women's tennis team, senior Nicole which Arendt won after losing the first set. Michele McMillen of Tennessee, 6-1, 6-1. Kuttler, a freshman, lost to Laura Kimelof
Arendt bounced back to win the consolation Arendt, who has had wrist injuries, beat Arendt also beat Wake Forest's Celine the University of Georgia, 6-2,6-2, in the
championship of the Du Pont National Clay Iwalani McCalla of the University of Califor- Tournant, 6-0, 7-6, in the first round of the second round Friday. With UPs only win in
Court Championships in Panama City Beach nia, Los Angeles, 7-5, 6-2, in the semifinalsof consolations. the main draw, Kuttler beat Tonya Fuller of

this weekend.In the consolations.This Arendt entered the consolations after los- the University of California, San Diego, 6-0,
her first singles competition since the tournament, the second leg of the ing in the opening round of the main drawto 7-6 ((9-7)), in the first round.
NCAA championships in June, Arendt, collegiate grand slam- is UF's last tourna- Sakolwan Kacharoen of the University of Danforth, who has the flu,defaulted in the
ranked No. 3 nationally, beat Kansas' Evel- ment of the fall season. California, San Diego, 6-0, 6-3. first round.


Golf tournament chockfull I Unbeaten swimmers rollBy I


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BRIAN FIDELMAN For the women, freshman Nicole Haislettl
of surprises for UF Alligator Writer and junior Kristen Linehan were triple win-

The UF men's and women's swimmingand ners against North Carolina. Senior Steph-
By JEFF MORIARTY Tony Soerries after a final-day 78. diving teams each won two meets in as anie Zunich and junior Jane Kerr won two
Alligator Writer Brian Craig tied for 31st with 220 and many days on the road, sweeping North races apiece Thursday and another one
Brent Dorman tied for 63rd. Dorman's final- Carolina Thursday in Chapel Hill and South Friday.
The Golf World/Palmetto Dunes In- day 75 counted toward the team total. Carolina Friday at Columbia. -

vitational was full of surprises for the,UF The third-place finish earns the Gators an The men ((3-0)) defeated the Tar Heels The women had eight different winners
men's and women's golf teams. invitation for next year's tournament. 146-97 and the Gamecocks 133-110, while against South Carolina and won 10 of 16

Among them were two top-5 finishes, two The women's team, coming off a third- the women ((3-0)) won 182-118 and 165-135, events.
holes-in-one and two young players who place finish last month, finished fifth in the respectively.The .
stepped out to lead their team. tournament on the Jones course and beat men were led by senior Martin The 200 medley relay team of Linehan,
The 11th ranked men's team, at a low three higher-ranked teams, including sixth- Zubero, who qualified for the NCAA Championships Zunich, Kerr and Haislett ((1:46.27): ) and the
point after a 10thplace finish last weekend, ranked Texas. Thursday in the 200-meter back 200 freestyle relay of Zunich Vicki Stemper,
shot a three-day 862 to finish third behind The women's team shot a three-day 919 stroke ((1:47.77): ) and then shaved almost Melanie Morgan and Nancy Marley
second-ranked Arizona State and North Car- to finish 24 strokes behind winner UCLA. another second off that time Friday ((1:36.91): ) each took first against South Car-

olina. The' Gators beat 12 of the Individually, junior Julie Foster tied for ((1:46.79): ). olina.
tournament's 14 top-20 ranked teams. ninth with an 8overpar 224. Her final-day Senior Bob Utley and freshman Carlton
Individually, freshman Brian Gay, who 72 was the day's low round. Bruner each won two individual events in But Coach Mitch Ivey was particularly
has played in two prior tournaments for the Michele Vinieratos, regaining consis- each of the dual meets. Along with Anthony pleased with his team's performance against
Gators,led the team and finished ninth witha tency from last year, and finished with a 226 Nesty, Utley and Bruner have yet to be North Carolina Thursday."We .
3-under-par 213. to tie for 10th. defeated in their best, events this season.

Pat Bates was tied for second starting the Laura Brown, who was tied for second Against South Carolina, the 400 medley only had 12 athletes to swim against
final day after shooting 69 and making a starting the final day and who had her relay team of Zubero, Brent Mitchell, Jose North Carolina's 32," he said. "With our
hole-in-one on the 170-yard par-3 third hole, first-ever hole-in-one on the 159-yard fifth Ballester and Lewis Fadely took first in people being tough enough to swim over
but slumped to 14th at 216 with teammate hole, finished tied for 32nd with a 238. 3:25.66.: and over,beat the defending ACC champs."



I UF cross country teamsat Volleyball team routs Mercer I


NCAA ChampionshipsThe Gators take 45 minutes to win in three games

said. "It was good that we got a chance to play
UF men's cross country man University.The foursome fin- By HUGH HENCKEN everybody going into the SEC Tournament."
Writer
team, hopes to make another ished in the top 16 at the District'III Alligator In the first game, the Gators stormed to a 13-0
strong showing on the 10,000- meet to give the Gators the The UF volleyball team needed only 45 minutesto lead and closed out the game 15-3. The second and
meter course today in Knoxville, crown. stuff the Mercer Teddy Bears Friday 15-3, 15-3 third games showed the same domination and
Tenn., at the NCAA Champion- UF will be making their first and 15-3 in 45 minutes. score.
ships.. team NCAA cross country appear- The victory gives the Gators a 14-15 record, 4-4 With the Gators winning easily,McReavy had the
Mike LeValle Mike Mykytok, ance since 1986.Sophomore in the Southeastern Conference, as they ended luxury of using players on the bench. Kristin
Dan Middleman,and Chris Wilson Coralena Velsen regular season play. UF is seeded fourth in the Guetzkow led a well- balanced attack with eight

hope to lead UF to a top-15 finish will continue her season at the upcoming SEC Tournament. kills, followed by Suzanne Hughes and Suzy Schutz
after running away with the NCAA Championships Monday at UF head coach Marilyn McReavy said the team with seven apiece.
school's first NCAA Region III the University of Tennessee. needed the easy match against Mercer before they Friday also was the last home game for Lisa Bonk,
Championship last week at Fur- -CHERYL BOSSEN go to the SEC Tournament. UFs only senior. Senior manager Tiffany LaBove
a "This was real necessary for the team," McReavy and Bonk were honored. .0 .j



Gators 47, Wildcats 15 'j N:10 Witherspoon 1 14'ZN 'leads women I

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All Ydl TD Lg ', nior Erika Lang added 16 points
Ky Safety Matthews tackled in end UF Statistics Rushing, Sophia Witherspoon scored
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await the Gators, but that's alright with UF did most of its damage in the second
By GREGG DOYEL
word Alligator Staff Writer senior cornerback Richard Fain. quarter. Sophomore quarterback Shane
nearGainesville "We're the best team in the SEC," he Matthews threw for 156 yards and two
Minutes after UFs 47-15 victory Saturday said. "No questions asked." touchdowns, both to senior wide receiver
over Kentucky, "We are the Champi- Spurrier offered no argument."I've Ernie Mills, as UF outscored the Wildcats
ons"blared over a Gainesville radio station. 24-0 for the period.
got to believe this is the best teamin
But this version of Queen's inspirationalditty the SEC,"Spurrier said. "We're No. 1 in Matthews finished with 303 yards and
had a unique twist. Occasionally over offense and No. 1 in defense. And we're four touchdowns. The 303 yards helped
There's nothing like the word "probation"to the chorus, UF coach Steve Spurrier'svoice not just squeaking by in these games now." him break the school-record for 300-yard()
tarnish a victory. could be faintly heard: After a squeaky first quarter Saturday passing games in a season as he now has
Sure, there were fans at the airport, and "I always felt we could have the best where they fell down 9-7, the Gators tookto four.
T-shirts printed up to honor UF's victory over record in the Southeastern Conference." the air in clinching their third first-place 4 The four touchdowns give him 21 for the
.Kentucky,but leave Gainesville for a while and After Saturday's convincing victory over finish in the 58-year history of the SEC. UF season, tied with Kerwin Bell for secondon
you begin to wonder whether anyone really the Wildcats, coupled with Ole Miss' lossto also owned the conference's best record in the UF charts, three behind John
respects the Gators for this season. Tennessee, UF ((9-1, 6-1)) is indeed kingof 1984 and 1985, but had those champion Reaves's 24 in 1969.

-0-- Ron Kaspriske its conference. ships taken away because of NCAA sanctions The Gators ground game didn't'are too
Unofficially, of course. as well. badly, either, accounting for 223 yards anda
LAST Despite their league-leading SEC mark "The best team in the SEC can't win the bulldozing, eight-yard touchdown run by
CALLTake and No. 6 ranking in the Associated Press championship, so the Sugar Bowl has to Kelvin Randolph, making his first start.
Top 25, the Gators are ineligible for the suffer and the fans have to suffer," senior Freshman tailback Errict Rhett had 111 of
a trip to Miami and people are still SEC championship or post-season play be- defensive end Mark Murray said. "We're those yards, all in the second half, and
talking about the 7-2 Hurricanes winning a cause of NCAA sanctions.A not the only ones being cheated out of
national championship.Don't see Game, page 14Holdln
trophy or championship ring will not something.
dare mention those Gators.

"Yeah, they're having a good season, but
they're on probation." says one former Hurri- Mills hascareer
canes player. "It doesn't count when you're on
probation."

Need more proof?
Take a trip up to Tallahassee and find sports- w at 3
writer Gerald Ensley predicting the Gators day kw !

(now 9-1;and 6-1 1 in the SEC) to finish 6-5 this F
season. r v s

And when the Gators went on probation,
Ensley said it wouldn't matter what UFs re- versus 'CatsBy
tord was.
A Seminole Booster watching Florida State
defeat Memphis State in Orlando Saturday SHARON GINN
added the only time in recent years that UF Alligator Staff Writer Z OW,
has been ranked ahead of Florida State is when Ernie Mills knows the moment is not
they were on probation.The going to last very long, but he is going to
National,a daily sports newspaper,calls enjoy it while he can.
UF "the best probation team in the nation." He only has one more game in his career
There's that magic word again. with the Gators, a career that has been
Probation.If frustrating for Mills as well as the team.
you haven't figured out by now that UF But UFs 47-15 victory over Kentucky Sat-
has little respect outside of Alachua County, urday might have made it all worth while.
enter Charles Hollis. Not only did Mills have the best gameof
Hollis, a sportswriter for the Birmingham, his life, but he helped lead UF to a sixth
Ala., News, had some choice things to say Southeastern Conference victory and a ac
about the Gators in a column this past week. place atop the SEC standings.
Here's just a small excerpt of Hollis'expert Mills doubled his previous best for re-
analysis on UF's 9-1 season. ceptions in a game by making eight catchesfor
"They don't deserve to be called anythingbut 136 yards and two touchdowns. He had
cheaters. If coach Bill Curry's Wildcats four catches each against Mississippi State
could upset Florida Saturday,justice would be and Louisiana State earlier this season.
served." He got his chance to perform when the
Cheaters? No one on this year's team has Gators realized Kentucky's game plan was
""anything to do with UFs probation. And re- to blitz quarterback Shane Matthews. In
I member Charlie, that's a pretty harsh term to the first quarter, Matthews was sacked
.be calling anyone 6-foot-2, and 240-pounds.() twice in a row, once for a safety that put
I Do you think Godfrey Myles might want to the Wildcats up 2-0. a 'Note KEVIN WISNI' W KhALLIGATOR'

I meet Hollis personally? "Our plan expected the blitz,"Mills said. Florida State wide receiver Lawrence
tries of
Dawsey to the
Better yet, do you think you'd like to be "That meant if they could hold the rush just State escape grasp I
a Memphis defender In the Seminoles 35-3
for Shane the ball off victory over the Tigers.
there when they meet? long enough to get ,
Oh, but Hollis wasn't done by simply taking I would get some balls. I was hoping they Dawsey scored two touchdowns In the game at the Orlando Citrus Bowl.would .
pot shots at the Gators of years past. blitz and they did. And Shane was "
"Now that Mr. Spurrier is in the SEC family, on target. ,if they blitzed like we thought they would, thing. ,
I'm sure he'll be in front of his television set'V'on Mills caught a 17-yard touchdown pass he would be one-on-one with the safety or "It was great,"Mills said."It's really hard
New Year's Day. That will probably be the to give UF a 14-9 linebacker. We to explain how good this feels.
closest he ever gets to New Orleans (and the lead in the second figured he'd be a "When I came here, they had just gone
Sugar Bowl)." quarter, then a 19- Not only did Mills have good target." 91.1 and I thought there would be a lot of
Hollis adds, in one final breath of raw intel- yard pass to give His ontargetperformance moments like this. I thought we would be
lect, that after this season, the Gators will the Gators an- the best game of his life, up there for the conference championshipevery
return to "being the perennial pretenders other touchdown. helped the Gators
year. We had some down years but
theyVe always been." This season, but he helped lead UF to a come back after a this is great It's a great feeling.:I feel like
It would be cliche' to say the Gators 47-15 Mills has caught sixth Southeastern Confer- frustrating first we are conference champions."
victory over Kentucky was bittersweetBut 34 passes for 644 quarter to lead 31. Mills said one of the best things about
with all the talk about UF being a bunchof yards and ninetouchdowns. ence victory and a place 9byhalftime.Thcvictory this season is that first-year coach Spurrierhas

. bad boys, and that stupid asterisk next to On the SEC standings.down means UF made them win and have fun along the
UFs name in the SEC standings, is there any average, he has atop can say it is No., 1 way.
other way to describe this season. caught a touch- in the SEC butit
"J have had time and now,we have
tOf; course,for about 90,000 people in Gainesville pass every 3.8 catches. cannot win the title because of NCAA this my
team and what we have done-so far.
i
: asterisks don't really matter, UF has all "Ernie is a big-timer," Spurrier said. probation. We still have the big game (Florida State)
.the respect it needs right here. "Today,we put him in the slot That meant Mills, though, said it feels like the real. ahead. We have to make that fun, too."

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