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Overseas studychallenges I UF provost to aid task force I


reach the task wide estimated million
By DEBBIE CENZIPER programs can get an two are
Alligator Staff Writer force's goals out to a larger audience, women. In Alachua County,91 people
he said. have been diagnosed with AIDS, according
ideas The campus AIDS task force Constant endurance in the some- to an Oct. 1 reportUF
gained a formidable ally Monday times losing battle will strengthen the Infirmary Health Educator Jo-
when UF's second-in-command, An- task force, Sorensen said. anne Auth said it's impossible to de-
drew Sorensen, said he would hunt "You have to have dogged determination termine how many people on campus
alters stereotypesBy for more money to propel the group's and tenacity, but outside of have the virus because patients mayDay
education efforts. mat, Irs a piece of nave dropped out 01
Sorensen, a nationallyacclaimedadvocate cake,"he said,smiling. school or have opted to
LEIGH GLENN in the war on AIDS, asked Among his extensiveInvolvements keep their condition. pri-
Alligator Writer AIDS and HIV Infection Task Force vate.The
When UF journalism graduate student Deborah Kalmar members to plan to expand and Intensify Sorensen founded and task force was designed
their programs. He said school, served as chairman ofa in part to help stu-
crossed the Hungarian border this summer, she expected to
state and national resources bol- Massachusetts state dents cope with the virus,
see a bleak culture still in the grips of a crumbling Communist may
ster the group, which worked with a task force examining Auth said. All cases are
system. total of$6,000 its first two years. AIDS research in 1983. Y completely confidential,
"When I crossed the border, I expected to hear the riff of
Task force membersalso and the school has
(traditional) music, to see gray. weather, lines in the street The group now is struggling to find nu-
because of food shortages and people wearing no color in their extra money for its presentations. discussed the upcoming merous support programs -
World AIDS she said.
clothes," Kalmar said. Sorensen, who helped develop a which will be recSorensen
But her image didn't live up to reality. renowned AIDS research program at "I know we've had em-
ognized on Dec. 3.The inter-
She saw stores stocked with Western clothes and heard Johns Hopkins University before becoming national campus designed to ployees Lhat have died of AIDS," she
familiar songs from MC Hammer and Madonna. UF provost in July, also had program said. "And I know we have students
strengthen efforts to stop the trans-
'The loved "she said."You'd graffition some advice for the with AIDS."
(Hungarians) rap, see rap group. mission of the virus, will focus on
the wall.! He told task force members they women and AIDS.
Talking with her Hungarian-born father, Louis, inspired also should involve UF's Institute for Auth's statistics show a new case
Kalmar to explore her heritage. A UF study-abroad program at Food and Agriculture Sciences in Out of the 8 to 10 million people of AIDS develops every 13 minutesin
Janus Pannonius University in Pecs (pronounced paych) al- (heir campaign. Statewide IFAS out infected with the HIV virus world- the United States.Gallery.
lowed her to do just that.
Like most UF students who spend a summer overseas
through the International Studies Program, Kalmar's impres- adquestioned
sion of her host country evolved into a worldly awareness by
the time she left.
The emphasis in overseas study is"to make the student aware
that the world is larger than Gainesville, Florida," International
Studies Coordinator Diana Lopez said.
UF students in the program travel throughout the year to

places such as the Soviet Union, Poland, Holland, Greece, obsceneBy
Brazil, France, Spain and West Germany. as
Lopez said about 250 students leave UF each fall and springto

study overseas, a number that increases to 300 during the CHAD TERHUNE
said she to totals jump to
summer. Lopez expects see summer Alligator WriterA
350 this year.
She said the blossoming interest can be attributed to average f postcard picturing frontal nudity-
American students realizing what happens elsewhere in the mailed by the University Gallery to pro-
world affects them. mote its new exhibit has generated

"We're not as insular as we thought we were at one point," complaints and questions of judgment,
she said. "When you take your car up to the gas pump,you are but UF officials are standing by their
being affected in a very tangible way with what is happeningin decision to mail the advertisement.
the Middle East. And quite frankly, I don't think we Americans University Gallery sent 1,500 post
really knew what Kuwait was or even knew that it existed cards to UF administrators and people
until something like this was brought home to our attention." f who signed to be on the Gallery's mailinglist
This growing awareness revolves around the environmentas for the exhibit entitled "Seductive
well as the economy, Lopez said. Deceptions: The Theatrical Image,"
"Suddenly we know what rain forests are," she said. "And we which opened Friday.
know what is happening in portions of the Amazon, how we are' Complaints stem from one side of the
destroying some of the forests there for our needs." ..r.ffwf k mailer that features a photograph from
Lopez cited the Rio de Janiero program as an example.On the exhibit with a nude male and partially
the most basic level, students going there learn about nude female.
the geography, the people and the language. Students also get ; Gallery director Karen Valdes said she
an idea of how and why the people feel and believe as they do. 6 kg and curator Wallace Wilson picked that

"So, how do these people think?" Lopez said. "Why are they i particular photograph because it was the
destroying the rain forests? What is their belief?" best visual image in the exhibit.
She said Americans need to understand how Brazilians feel r.bi "We feel Gainesville is an educated,
about their rain forests. After that, she said, a conclusion'' f sophisticated community that would re-
beneficial to all can be reached. alize the historical context of the art
work," Valdes said. "We did not intendto
else?
"How are my actions going to affect someone Lopez "
said. "We need to slow down.,Think." offend anyone.
culture be But some people were offended, ac-
Although immediate immersion in a foreign can STEPHANIE SOMMEU/
terrifying, students said awareness soon kicks in and displaces'the
anxiety. Come here honey see Gallery page 9

UF English senior Kathleen Ciez,who traveled to Merida, -
Scott Yocom Ph.D. candidate In entomology, tends his
Mexico, this summer,expanded her awareness while she lived correctionDeby
bees Saturday..
see Abroad page 5
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I Retreat gives participants new racial awareness I

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By DEBBIE CENZIPER the night at. an Ocala hotel and think everyone got a lot out of it." UF business senior Cynthia ated his honesty and did not react
Alligator Starr Writer participated in group-sharing} activities Student.Affairs Vice PresidentArt Lloyd described an incident that viciously."He .
designed to spark discussion Sandeen said the trip cost about really hit home. came with a bitter heart,"
Some students who attended between participants. $3,000. One white male student, who she said. "He came ready to picka
UFs second racial awareness re- UF freshman Mischel Bliese Minority Student Affairs Assis- she said originally came to the fight. Ready to accuse and be
treat during the weekend are call said she thinks everyone benefited tant Dean Willie Robinson said although meeting with racist intentions, accused. He thought that black
ing it the"experience of a lifetime," from the trip, coordinated by UFs some students didn't show changed his ill-feelings after listen students were about attacking
a unique chance to explore differ Student Services Office.Talking in up at the last minute, it didn't makea ing and participating in discus- white students, but he felt he got
ent cultures and discover some unexpected small groups and performing skits difference. The smaller groups sions. enlightened."He .
feelings of their own. lent insight to people's otherwise
allowed conversation to flow eas-
Lloyd said the said that had
man was sur. everybody
hidden emotions, she said.
Although about 20 students who ier, he said. prised when, after he voiced his proven him wrong," Lloyd said.
registered didn't show, 95 people, "It was the experience of a life- "On the whole, I think it was a hostile feelings to the group, par. 'That to me has summed up the
both faculty and students, spent time, definitely," Bliese said. "I very successful retreat," he said. ticipants simply said they appreci entire weekend."


UF officer breaks hand in skirmish'

A UF police officer had his hand broken up his arm to ward off blows,"she said."He's
in a scuffle with a student Sunday morning not sure when he hurt his hand because he
over a cup of beer, police spokeswoman. also landed on it when he fell."
Angie Tipton said Monday.
Thomason was handcuffedby two UF
Officer Gerald Bamburg spotted UF fresh officers who arrived to back-up Bamburg,
man Gary Thomason, 18, walking by the Tipton said.
parking lot outside the Business Administration
building about 2 a.m., Tipton said. The student was taken to Alachua County
Bamburg asked Thomason,who was hold jail and charged with battery of a law-enforce
ing a beer, to stop but the man continued to ment officer, resisting arrest with violence
walk, she said. Bamburg grabbed the stuand possession of alcohol by a person under
dent by the jacket and pulled him back, she 21.
said.

Thomason then swung his arm back and He was released Sunday on his own recog-
struck the officer, Tipton said. nizance.

"They started scuffling, and Bamburg put MATTHEW SAUER




UF graduates serving U.S. I Aa 4 A1 &..



in Operation Desert Shield I

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Arabia.
ByGREGQDOYEL
Alligator Staff WriterA Third-year Cadet Ralph Lopez was able to
add three more names to that list Paul
little more than a year ago, Miguel Correawas Epstein,Joel Cornell and Cheryl Beaton-and
sitting in a UF classroom, edging closer to said he "wouldn't be surprised" if there were
graduation. more former UF ROTC members now stationedin

Today, Correa is somewhere in Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia.
with the rest of his U.S. Army division, edging "The only ones the Colonel would know
closer to battle. about are the ones who have called to say,'Hey
Correa Is one of several former UF students Colonel, guess where I'm going?'" Lopez said.
who have been called to active duty as the Lopez, also a Gator Guard Drill Team mem-
United States' role in the Persian Gulf crisis ber, said the squad keeps track of former memo
escalates.Col. bers through letters and wordofmouth.It .

Gerald Roberson of the Army ROTC, may become harder to keep tabs on past
where he. serves as a professor of military ROTC and drill team members, though, after STEPHANIE SOMMER
science, said he knew of three UF graduates, President Bush two weeks ago called for an Open your mind I
Correa, Thomas Dye and David Bell and one additional 240,000 troops to be sent to Saudi ,UF art student William Woolfolk expresses himself through his
University of Central Florida graduate, Owen Arabia. Of those,more than 36,000 were reserv- artwork.Increase. I
Ward, who transferred from UF just prior to
Gulf, 4
see page
graduation, who now are stationed in Saudi


Police: Avoid theft in solar power needed

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by securing', propertyBy to counter fossil fuel scarcityBy ....

devices that require the sun becoming more practical.
ALLISON WAGER Bicycles and mopeds are a big targetfor ROBERT COLVILL
Writer theft.Tipton gives the following tipsto Alligator Writer and mechanical components to "Solar energy can do almost
Alligator students for protecting themselves operate, such as water heaters anything..provided there is an
,Students planning to leave Gainesville against crime over the holiday: Solar experts say now is the and solar cars.Passive adequate way to store the en-
need to time to take advantage of en- solar technologydeals ," Cook said.
for the Thanksgiving holiday Notify neighbors you are leavingand ergy
take extra steps in securing their homes i when you will be back; ergy alternatives and lessenour with constructing build- He said better batteries are
and belongings. police said. Leave on lights or put them on a dependence on fossil shines fuels. ings that are energy efficient by being developed,and researchers .
Many students said they will be extra, timer; the"Enough roof of a energy 1,200-square-foot on design and are specifically positioned continue to improve "pho-
the
to
secure when they leave this holiday,but'' Don't leave bikes or mopeds out home to power the home for a sun. tovoltaics," which are solar
some living in apartments are worried side; day and run a car for 200 miles," "Past oil gluts have taken em- cells that produce electrical en-
because their complexes will be empty.. Don't leave suitcases unattended' said UF building construction phasis away from the develop- ergy from the sun's heat.
"I'm worried that ,no one will be: while'packing up cars'and; Professor Gary Cook. ment of solar technology," Cook said it's likely solar en-
around at all while I'm gone-," said UF Lock up."Sometimes. Cook said builders can Im- Cook said.' ergy will be used on a large
junior Julie Stocker. the University presents prove energy efficiency in their He said now there is popular. scale to grow crops from which
But theft Is not limited to dormitories'and ''Itself as'a'shopping mall for thieves buildings by using passive and concern for the environmental clean-burning combustionsee
apartments, said UF police spokes- said Tipton. "The main thing is to use active solar technology. impact of using fossil fuels and Energy, 7
woman Angie Tipton. \j good common sense.1 t Active solar technology uses that solar energy technology is page


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Warsaw Pact
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(UPI) Leaders of 22 NATO and Warsaw at which storied names like Metternich, Wellingtonand CALL Cataloal! I DAYTONA 7 NIGHTS BEACH ,....X119'
Pact nations signed a massive conventionalarmstreaty Talleyrand redrew the map of Europe following Sludcnt/Tcach r Air fares SOUTH PADRE ISLAND ."129J96.
Monday to end a four-decade era of Cold War Napoleon's defeat. Sample Allln'a' :418 5 AND 7 NIGHTSSTEAMBOAT .
tension by eliminating all risk of a surprise attack in Bush acknowledged that the summit "seems to LONDON 552 "
Europe. have been overshadowed by what's happening in the ATHENS PARIS 740 2. 5 AND 7 NIGHTS
The 160-page Conventional Forces in Europe treaty (Persian) Gulf, but it is a significant milestone." BUDAPEST 720 FORT 7 NIGHTS LAUDERDALE ,."."J7.
sets strict ceilings on tanks, artillery,combat vehicles Iraq said Sunday it would begin on Christmas Dayto TOKYO 398 619 PANAMA CITY BEACH .124.
and aircraft and establishes detailed rules on verifica- release thousands of foreign hostages held in Iraq CARACAS RIO 810 1 NIGHTS
tion and troop monitoring. and Kuwait as human shields against any attack by AUCKLAND 1,315 CORPUS CHRISTI! .
President Bush said the treaty brings Europe to a the U.S.-led multinational forces in the gulf region. SYDNEY 1,429 MUSTANG ISLAND "...,"108'DeotnOlng
new "era of peace, prosperity and security unparal- Bush was expected to discuss the gulf crisis with Taxes not Included change Fares subject to HILTON S AND 7 HEAD NIGHTS ISLAND J112.
leled in the long history of this continent." Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev during a dinner Intl Student/Teacher ID & Eurail 5 AND 7 NIGHTS "
A stream of dark limousines carried 22 heads of meeting Monday evening in Paris. SPOTI Bntrail Passes Work &issued Study Abroad ON THE CALL TOLL mE TODAY
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Palace, where French President Francois Mitterrand the Arc de Triomphe "the infernal triangle."
greeted them on a red-carpeted veranda. The summit's centerpiece, the CFE pact, limits inal Travel!
The CFE treaty-signing ceremony in a chandeliered NATO and the Warsaw Pact each to 20,000 tanks, 12 Park Place South ,
conference room launched a summit of the 34-nation 20,000 artillery pieces, 30,000 armored combat vehi- Atlanta
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a three-day extravaganza ushering in a new age of from the Atlantic Ocean to the Ural Mountains.The .
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overnight in a troubled squatter camp east of Johan- townships surrounding Johannesburg in August. The alUpl r will not publish on
nesburg, extending a wave of violence that the South About 800 people died in six weeks.
November 22nd
African Institute of Race Relations described Mondayas Witnesses identified the dead as mainly ANC supporters Thursday or Friday.
the "grimmest ever." and said they were killed by Inkatha followersin November 23rd. Therefore deadlineswill
The respected independent institute said 3,038 revenge attacks. The dispute is believed to have be as follows:
people have died in political violence this year, or an been sparked by Inkatha's objections to ANC calls fora Run Date Deadline:
average of 10 every day, more than three times the boycott of rent payments in the area. Nov. 26 Nov. 20
average of last year. "Police found the first body at half past six this Monday, Tuesday,
Witnesses said police drove along a gravel road morning," police spokeswoman Capt. Ida van Zweel Tuesday, Nov. 27 Wednesday, Nov. 21
I bordering a railway line alongside the Zonkwezizwe said. There were bodies in front of houses, in the
squatter camp Monday morning, stopping to pick up field at the squatters camp and one at the taxi rank."
the bodies of victims of the latest fighting between Van Zweel said she expected the death toll to rise.
supporters of the Zulu movement Inkatha and the Many of the victims, all black men, had either bulletor
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> affirmation of an order preventing Cable News Network But University of Texas law Professor Lucas Powe,
from broadcasting its Manuel Noriega tapes a specialist in press freedom issues, said the damagehas
I drew intense criticism from press representatives.In been done."Nothing .
a 7-2 decision, the high court let stand Sunday can untie what happened today becausethe
the temporary restraining order from U.S. District decision today was that CNN must submit to BASKETBALL
}7 1 Judge William Hoeveler, which was upheld by the censorship," Powe said. "Whenever the Supreme
11th U.S.Circuit Court of Appeals,stopping CNN from Court sanctions an erosion in our historically exercised
I'f broadcasting tapes of telephone conversations between liberties,you can't be certain where an erosion'sgoing
j J' the imprisoned former Panamanian dictator to stop"According
and his lawyers. to the Reporters Committee for Freedomof Exhibition
) This is a single battle in a long war," said CNN the Press,which concentrates on First Amendment
I lawyer Floyd Abrams. issues involving the media, the American public
J} CNN will submit the tapes to Hoeveler. Abrams should be very concerned with the court's action. Gatorsvs
{ said if the judge refuses to lift the ban after reviewing "We're almost a unique country in the world be-
!! the tapes, CNN will appeal all the way back to the cause we have a First Amendment that protects the
: Supreme Court, if necessary.He said he was"hopeful press from government censorship," said Committee p
.r I and confident" of prevailing if the case comes back to Executive Director Jane Kirtley. BrazilianNational Z
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GULFfrom unit and that unit gets called,guess from the university.That P
page 3 where you're going?" he said. probably would be of little Team
ists. All UF ROTC members are non- consolation to the former UF stu-
active, but that does not guarantee dents serving in the Persian Gulf
i Every UF ROTC member is a those cadets will not be called to should the crisis escalate into war.
reservist, said Mike Matthews, Tuesday
battle Matthews said.
But that's what the ROTC is y
Fighting Gator Battalion training '
officer. "If they have total mobilizationof there for, Lopez said. November 20 'i
the United States Army, they "I don't think anybody has a 7:30: p.m.O'Connell v b
Roberson said it is unlikely any would call up all the reserves," he death wish,"he said. "But if some-
current UF ROTC students will be said.If. one gets called, they have to go
called to duty if Bush sends addi- a student gets shipped to where they're sent. Center
tional troops to Saudi Arabia, but Saudi Arabia in the middle of a "I don't have the desire to die.
not impossible. semester, Roberson said, that per- But I do have the desire to serve 'Ticket info
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ABROADfrom "We're more similar than we are different. ing pot. Most programs cost about $3,000, and
page 1 There's no way (studying abroad) couldn't He said meeting so many people made partial scholarships are available to students
change you if you go with an open mind. him more outgoing."It with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
with a native family and studied at the Uni- Having stepped out of my own (culture), I made me a more gregarious person," Lopez said she wishes she could have
versidad Autonoma de Yucatan. can see it the way someone who's not Amer- he said. "It makes you go out and meet participated In study-abroad like
The university branches throughout Mer- ican can see it," she said. people." programs
UFs when she was a University of Houston
Ida, unlike most self-contained American Not only do students reap greater insight, Dolan also developed some new interests. student in the early 1970s, a time when she
universities.As a result,students get around some also extend their cultural interests and "People who would not normally go to a saved to tour Mexico in a Volkswagen van.
more and know what's' happening,Ciez said. socially broaden themselves. museum went to the ones at Cambridge,"
"Some students may be more politicallyaware UP English junior Brian Dolan studied at he said. That curiosity extended to whenwe She said she brushed up on her Spanish,
,"she said."It was just like everywhereyou Cambridge,England,for six weeks this sum- got home.That door has opened up.That packed lots of peanut butter and traveled
went in Merida, people knew what was mer. Like Ciez, he had to overcome the interest was still in me." along the coast. She slept in her van, built
going on politically from the humble classto anxiety of traveling alone overseas. Information about academics, housingand fires tortillas.No on. the beaches and ate beans and
the upper-middle class. It was like a Once at Cambridge,he made friends with logistics is available in the International
continuum of political awareness." students from Italy,France and Sweden who Studies Office in Grinter Hall Room 168. matter how rough the path,Lopez said
She also found the American perceptionof were learning English. Applicants must be at least a sophomorewith she cannot recommend overseas study and
Mexico "the bad water, bad politicsand "You meet a ton of foreign people," he a 2.5 grade point average and no recordof travel enough.
thieves"- to be way off base. said. "It's just kind of an International melt- misconduct. "Any way that you can do it, go."

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Europe grew sick and fired Too bad you d rit live intheWe

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Sept 113 OUt of 1 pwer... tired o our car leadership

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Gov. Bob Martinez orders all state agen-

cies to trim their budgets by 5 percent, blaming the cuts

on diminished state revenues and a sluggish economy.
UF officials say the drastic cuts could force the cancella-

tion of most summer classes.

November Gov.-elect Lawton Chiles asks state agen-
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cies to support 5 percent program cuts in their 1991-92 t ,
S budgets. UF President John Lombardi! calls Chiles' ap- Communism

proach "clear-headed." doesnl work!.
We guess the words "budget cuts" just sound different W-I.UI I ACc! 1UTct1E[ [

when they come out of a Democrat's mouth. >s .

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Our brilliant congressional leaders have decided thatto

combat the number of students who default on their

college loan, they won't let first-time recipients have
their loan checks for 30 days. all forget to smell those rosesOn

4 Real smart logic. A student needs money badly

enough to ask for a loan, therefore they must have one rare night when Gainesville was actually > Debbie Cenziper
quiet,a few friends and I decided to forego the Saturday
enough cash to get through the semester break, plus an- M
night parties and relax by playing a board game.
other 30 days. Out came the worn Monopoly board, the one with Y PERSPECTIVE
We'd like to see the fat cats in Washington try to get extra money from a thousand other longdiscardedgames.
by on student loans for a semester and then see how will- We stared at it, as familiar as the memories of ciently. We've been caught in the real-life rat race,
ing they are to pass more financial-aid restrictions. lazy summer days and the feel of a skateboard as it suffocated with responsibility.Once .
rolls down the pavement. innocent, now cynical, our adult-like smiles
With the toss of the dice, we began to play. Sud- never quite reach our eyes anymore. Our laughter is
denly, peaceful thoughts were forgotten as we rushedto often hollow and mirthless. To have fun and ease
The Southeastern Conference has successfully kept claim the best property. We moved our pieces stress, we loosen up with'alcohol.
UF from retaining its title as SEC champions throughthe around the board trying to beat each other. Faster. When we look to love, we see unromantic sets of
organization's rule that a school can't have the title Faster. criteria that define future qualifications.Youth .
unless it's eligible for the Sugar Bowl, which the NCAA Squinted eyes, grim mouths, wrinkled brows. We was a grace period when we could be best
were now opponents, each engrossed in searching for friends with a nerd or hold hands with the oppositesex
has already made won't happen.
sure the best deal. It was every player for themselves. simply out of friendship. It was a time when we
f, But while Gators fans enjoy the team's stance as the Occasionally there was an echo of laughter, but it fell into a peaceful sleep after a busy day of Wiffleball
I best in the SEC, here's something to think about when hovered far above us, almost unheard. Secretly, and playing house.
they buy the official shirt proclaiming that fact: the SEC, smugly, we were glad when another player, once a, We now rely on caffeine boosts to stay awake the
the same organization that won't allow UF to have its con- friend, got sent to jail or lost money. It was easier to night before an exam. We strive to act like everyone
ference title, gets 3.5 percent of the shirt's wholesale win that way.Midway else, run with the right crowd and dress in vogue.We
through the game, I broke my concentra- write lists to plan our days.
price.
tion and looked around at the strangers sitting next Of course,natural progression is inevitable.Responsibility
E to me.Their hands were clamped,and their eyes were is a necessary part of life. Competition makes
intent, as were mine.I for a sound economy.But .
Congratulations to UF students who are doing their I looked at the clock and wondered how the night it seems we've lost the simple things along the
best to take part in world affairs by showing their sup- had slipped away so quickly. way.The little wonders that make life worth the daily
port for Kuwaiti refugees and U.S. soldiers serving in the How easily, it seems, we've let our youth slip by hassles. A good conversation. A loyal friend. A cloud--
while getting lost in life's daily obligations. We often less day.
Persian Gulf. forget the feel of simple pleasures in the whirlwind of We're so wrapped up in winning the game, we've
One student group, called Cooperative American Relief our newfound adulthood. forgotten the joys of playing.
Effort for Refugees of Crisis in Kuwait, or CARE ROCK, We're always rushing to get there fastest, to beat Debbie Cenziper is an Alligator administration staff
is sponsoring a volleyball tournament Dec. 2 on Broward everyone else, to do it quicker, better and more effi- reporter.

Field. The proceeds go to the Red Cross to purchasefood LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

water, medicine and other supplies.
physical rehabilitation. I know that all need to adjust our ideas about
The real world
Other students are showing their support for U.S. sol-
because I it
t saw happen many what is worthy of hard work.
diers by writing them letters. We applaud their humani- has free rides times.
no Granted, no one should be de-
tarian efforts to reach out to service people who are Giving people positions, grades, nied a job because of race, color or
going to spend their holidays far away from their families. Editor:in Several The Alligator articles lately have on the appeared or jobs just because of circumstance creed,but then again no one shouldbe
-not qualifications
doesno
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given one based solely on those
plight of athletes and minorities."It's one any good. In fact, it pulls factors.I .
not fair..." is a theme that down the effectiveness of the rest
alligator Editor seems to be constantly playing,and of the group. I would not want the police officers
special treatment should be givento in charge of protecting my
' "A chain is only as strong as its
Judy A. Plunkett all these people.I weakest link" is true in the academic neighborhood or the people who
Managing Editor ,Opinions Editor graduated without any special setting as well as in the corporate handle my account at the bank to
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier treatment. I attended my classes, setting. have their jobs just because of a
took my tests and did what was Want good grades?Want a good special nationality status or a for
Letters Policy required of me.If I had not,I would job? Work for it'! mer athletic position-I I want themto
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page). They should t be> know doing.
what
and should Include address and not have graduated. No would they are
typed double-spaced signed They I typed name telephone one ever let me play
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause It you have any questions call Athletes,however,were guaran- varsity basketball because I pro- Diane Warfleld
the editorial page editor at 3764458.
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ENERGYfrom "More and more home buildersare
page 3 becoming receptive (to solar
energy)," Maxwell said.
fuels can be produced.

Macintosh There's no doubt about the feat
SaleMacintoshSE30 He said builders reluc-
sibility of using these fuels, Cook some are
said. tant to change the way they build
homes but many are sold on solar
"Just look at racing cars," he
when they realize they can improve
said referring to fuel ethanol
energy efficiency by 40 percent
which is from
produced plants.
with little additional cost.
Cook said as the cost of petro-
leum approaches $1.50 a gallon,
the cost of producing fuel from Gainesville Regional Utilities
$$2199 plants becomes very attractive. managing analyst Berdell Knowles
said GRU soon will conduct a studyto
Solar technology has improved
1 Megabyte RAM, 40 MB Hard Disk, Mouse, s since 1979 when the Gainesville all compare other conventional solar technologies technologiesin with

System Software, and HyperCard*. Regional Airport terminal was built the production of energy.
with solar
a air-conditioning sys-
Keyboard options.Apple*keyboard$$89, } tem.
Gainesville Aviation Director The GRU does recommend pas-
Extended keyboard $$159. "
sive and active solar
Gene Clerkin said the system energy",

.t' rnltt, : .1 __ .. broke down because of cold Knowles said.
weather and wasn't really adequate
Y''mnl: tmJ1 J-... anyway. "We have a customer relations
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fast processing of spreadsheets high-end graphics scrapped in favor of a conventional in that regard."

and statistics applications. The computer's all-in-one design requires air-conditioning system.

little desk space and makes it very transportable. For more details stop Larry Maxwell, senior research Until building a new energyefficient
by the UF Campus Shop and Bookstore Monday through Friday 8:00: am architect at the Florida Solar Energy home GRU customers can
to 6:00: pm or call 392-0194) and ask for the Apple consultants. Center advises builders on benefit from free home-energy sur-
how to incorporate solar technology veys that advise customers on howto
when designing homes and significantly cut their energyuse
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UNIViRC Altered Schedules Set CAM THIS NEXT, WEEK


For Thanksgiving Holidays AAIAU


UF will observe the Thanksgiving holidays Thursday and Friday. All offices will
C be closed, and classes have been cancelled for the holidays. Wednesday evening TODAY
classes will be held as scheduled. Most student services will have adjusted hours
for the weekend. LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO-
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Tiger Hall, and paid for at usual advertising rates to.com
t Life Human Dimensions of Sustainable
mumcate official notices and important information to Libraries East and West and the Marston Science Library will be closed thurs- : "
1 students, (acuity and stall Call 392 0186 for information day, open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and noon to 1 a.m. Sunday. Development and Global Survival, by
Y The Law Library will be closed Thursday, open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Satur- social forester and researcherconsultantJ. /
day and 11 a.m. to 11:30: p.m. Sunday.The J. Kathy Parker, 3 p.m., 376 Newins-
Health Center Library will be closed Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It will FOOD Hall.
Faculty Reminded be open Sunday 2 p.m. to midnight. SCIENCE SEMINAR, "Proteinand
FOOD SERVICESThe Lipid Changes in Frozen Fish,"by UF
food science graduate student Tung-Shi
Of "Dead Week"Assignment Reitz Union Snack Bar, Cafeteria and the Arredondo Room will be closed : p.m., G086 McCarty Hall.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.The Orange & Brew will be closed Thurs- STUDY IN POLAND info session, led

Policy day through Sunday. by Halina Stephan, UF associate professorof
t REITZ UNION Russian and foreign study academic
The final week of classes, Monday, Dec. The Reitz Union building, including the Games Area, will be closed Thursday, advisor, : Grinter Hall.
i 10 through Friday, Dec. 14, is the week Friday, Saturday and Sunday. LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES FILM
i traditionally known as "Dead Week" or O'CONNELL CENTER &: FLORIDA GYM SERIES, "Fitzcarraldo," in English, 5
"Review Week." Faculty members are ex- All O'Connell Center and Florida Gym facilities will be closed Thursday through p.m., 2353 Turlington Hall.
pected to follow UF's Dead Week Class Sunday, except the O'Connell Center jogging track, which will be open 1 to 9 p.m. FLORIDA WOODWIND QUINTET
Examination and Assignment Policy, Sunday. RECITAL, features UF music faculty
which states that no final or comprehensive STUDENT HEALTH CARE CENTER members Sarah Baird Fouse (flute),
exams, projects or term papers are to Terence Small (clarinet), Leslie Odom
The Student Health Care Center at the Infirmary will be closed Thursday through
be scheduled or assigned. (oboe), Janine Gaboury-Sly (French horn)
Saturday and noon to 4 Sunday. A physician and mental health counselor
open p.m.
Written and/or/ oral and Kitts bassoon)with artist
papers presenta- John ( guest
will be on call at 392-1161. Students needing medical evaluation or treatment shouldgo
tions, periodic testing and weekly or dai- directly to the room. and faculty pianist Holly Hughes, 8:15:
ly tests announced in the course syllabusmay emergency p.m., University Auditorium.
be collected or presented, provided SNAP
that they do not serve as final exams. The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) will not work Thursday through WEDNESDAY
Take-home tests assigned as final exams Saturday. On Sunday SNAP will resume regular hours of 6 p.m. to 1:30: a.m. Sun- LIVING WELL SEMINAR, "Eating
t can be due no earlier than the regularly day through Thursday and 6 p.m. to 3:30: a.m. Friday ana Saturday. Healthy for the Holidays,"by UF human
scheduled final exams. Laboratory sec- PARKING nutrition graduate student Evelyn Ennis,
tions are exempt from this policy. Most decal and parking restrictions will be lifted Thursday through Sunday, ex- noon, 10 Florida Gym.MONDAY .
The intent of the policy is to assure that cept for Schucht and Diamond Villages and the Health Science Center. All individual
students are free to concentrate on class reserved spaces, service drives, handicap spaces and no-parking zones are enforced NOV. 26
work and to begin reviewing for finals. at all times. NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES SEMINAR,
Students members who have
or faculty
CAMPUS SHOP AND BOOKSTOREThe "Mechanism of Pancreatic Adaptation to
snould questions contact or comments Acting about Associate the policy Vice Campus Shop and Bookstore will be closed Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Changes in the Diet," by University of
Arizona nutrition and food science
Sunday. pro-
President for Academic Affairs Keith
fessor Patsy Brannon, 4 R3-265
Legg, 352 Little Hall, 3921519.Undergrads p.m.
Health Science Center Academic Re-
1 Nominations Due Dec. 31 For UF's 1990 search Building.
: Apply WILDLIFE &RANGE SCIENCES LEC-
TURE, "Reproductive Failures of Wading
Superior Accomplishment Awards Program
By Nov. 27 For Cross Birds in the Everglades: Mechanisms and
The University's Superior Accomplishment Academic Affairs. Consequences," by Peter Frederick, UF
Leadership AwardThe Awards program recognizes '. DIVISION 4, Departments and colleges adjunct assistant professor of wildlife and
employees who nave performed out- reporting to the Vice President for range sciences, 4 p.m., 112 Newins-
William G. Cross Award is standing and meritorious service and who Agricultural Affairs. Ziegler Hall.
f presented annually to an undergraduate have directly improved the Quality of life k DIVISION 5, Departments and colleges
I student in recognition of outstanding stu- for students and other employees. reporting to the Vice President for Health CONTINUING
dent leadership in extracurricular ac- Students, UF employees and membersof Affairs. FLORIDA PLAYERS' "The Merchantof
tivities at UFoApplicants the public may nominate any of the DIVISION 6, Departments reporting to Venice," 8:15: p.m., Constans Theatre,
for the $200 award must total 13,000 faculty, A&P or USPS personnel the Vice President for Student Affairs. continues nightly Nov. 27 through Dec.
demonstrate leadership to UF through in the following six categories: ad- DIVISION 7, Departments reporting to 1. Tickets, free to UF students and $6.50
performance as a club or organization of- ministrative and professional, faculty, the Vice President for Administrative for general public, available at University -
ficer; evidence of efficiency, creativity and USPS clerical and office support, USPS Affairs. ty Office in Reitz Union,9:30: a.m. to
{ effectiveness in one's duties; and aca- maintenance and custodial, USPS tech- 4'p.m.. weekdays.
l demic excellence. (with a minimum 2.5 nical/scientific/ personnel and USPS ad- PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT, "Indies e
+ grade point average). ministrative supervisory personnel. Florida-FSU Caboclos: Charles Wagley's Amazon Por-
$, Applicants should list accomplishments Awards will be given at the divisionaland trait," features UF Archives photos of the
y achieved at UF only. Applications are University levels. Divisional level Student Tickets Brazilian Amazon in the 1930-40s and folk
available at the Tigert Hall informationdesk awards are $100, and University level art display, Grinter Galleries. Continues
Reitz Union information desk and awards are $1,000. Certificates and Today At Gate 13 Dec. 14, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
the Student Activities Desk. Applicationsare plaques will also be awarded. weekdays and 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays.
due in 101 Reitz Union on Tuesday, Nomination forms have been sent to all Student tickets to the Dec. 1 Florida- "SEDUCTIVE DECEPTIONS: THE
Nov. 27. For more information, contact University personnel through campus Florida State game in Tallahassee go on THEATRICAL IMAGE" exhibit, featuresnew
Leslie Neal, 3921643.Applications. mail (in paycheck envelopes). Forms and sale today beginning at 9 a.m. at the Gate directions in photography, continues
booklets describing the program in detailare 13 ticket window. Ticket sales, which will through Dec. 16 in, University Gallery,
Due available at department offices. be on a first-come, first-served basis, will S.W. 13th St., 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday,
The deadline for nominations at the continue until 4:30: p.m., or until the stu- 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Fri-
For Intramural Award divisional level is Dec. 31. Final selectionsat dent allotment is sold out. day, 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
i Seniors graduating in December who the divisional level should be made by Only 1,500 student tickets are available.
, have participated in intramurals can apply March 1, 1991, so that University level Students must present a student season
t now for the Outstanding Intramural awards can be selected and presented by football card, validated fee card and pic- International Students:
Athlete Award, presented at the end of May 15,1991. ture I.D. Each person in line can purchase
c each semester. The University has been organized in- only one student ticket, which costs $18 Celebrate With Families
a The award is presented to the student to the following seven divisions: (cash only). A spouse card does NOT buy
who has made the biggest contribution to DIVISION 1,.Office of the Presidentand an additional ticket. Lost or stolen tickets I International students who are unableto
intramural sports at UF through his or her' Office of the Vice President for cannot be replaced go home for the Thanksgiving holidayscan
participation and sportsmanship during .Government Relations. Camping outside of Gate 13 is prohib- share Thanksgiving dinner with a
his or her time at l UF. DIVISION 2, Office of the Vice President -. ited. Students desiring to line up early Gainesville family by calling UF's Inter-
Applications, available in 214 Florida for Development and Alumni Affairs must do so inside the stadium. Gate 14 national Student Center, 1504 W, Univer-
Gym, must be returned there by Nov. 21. and the Division of Sponsored Research.' .will open at 7 a.m.'and students will be sity Avenue, 392-1345. The Center is matching -
For more information, call Recreational a DIVISION 3, Departments and colleges seated beginning at row 33. Restroomsand local host families with interested
Sports, 392-0581. reporting to the; Vice President for c public: telephones will be available.- international students. ..
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GALLERYfrom Linda Perry editor of the Brech- quite surprised at all the less (the complainant comes to the
page 1 ner Report, a monthly report of we've received" she said. office with the piece of mail.
mass media law in Florida echoed said any further action Because some of the exhibit's
cording to Gainesville Post Office
officials.The switchboard operator similar sentiments. the postcard seems un images include nudity Valdes said
reported three anonymous complaints "Nudity is not synonymous with because complaints have she plans to post a notice at the
about the mailing. obscenity and this card is obviously entrance saying the exhibit mightbe
Some faculty have questionedthe not obscene. But you still postcard."I'm doesn't seem to warrant a unsuitable for minors.
Gallery's judgment. have to wonder about the person's response but in this era of The current exhibit runs
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I "Sending the card out to homes judgment Perry said. control, a lawsuit is conceiv- through Dec. 14 and Gallery hoursare
i calls their judgment into question" Art department Chairman John she said. : Monday, closed; Tuesday 10
said Ralph Lowenstein dean of the Catterall said he approved the mailing officials say the matter a,m.-8 p.m.;Wednesday-Friday 10
College of Journalism and Commu because those receiving it be sent to the postal inspec m.-5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday
nications. would generally be accustomed to Jacksonville for review,un-. I.Sp.m.
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FOR RENT FOR RENT: UNFURN.Sublet SUBLEASE: HSE/APT .'
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1 FURNISHEDHousing large 2br unit In Summit House. Regency Oaks- 1 itad/1/ ba $345/mo available
Unit *L-21. Call 376-9668-Discountl I ". Jan. Call John at 3734694. 123. : '. classified ad:

21.8.2 10-4 ;)1 ;:;: For RentY, FurnIshed
Available-1 1 blk to UF, coed coop .": .:' I In Person:
all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly,, 1br nice apt for rent, $350mo. Close to LOOKI I House 4 rent. 2-3 large bdrms, .: 2 For Rent" Unfurnished Cash Check, MC or VISA.
parking laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. campus 1 overlooks pool & volleyball ct. fireplace, fenced yd/deck close 2 cam :' .
117 NW 15th St. 3774269. 12.14.62.1 Call 3369630. 112052MORE pus/mall. Pets ok/no dept! Only 495/mth 3 Mobile HOme The Alligator Ollice

376-7652 11-26-5-4 For RenVSale/ 1105 W. University Av.
OAKBROOK 2/2 (turn. and unfurn. Room. FOR YOUR $ ;' M.F 8am.4pm

..i mate matching avail Wash/dry. From SPACIOUS 34 bdrm townhomea Sublet 2 bdr/1/ 1/2/ ba townhouie. Pool, 4 Sublease Ho sApt./ .
$162.50. Diversified Properties, REAL Close to SFCC ft UFWoodgate volleyball, laundromat, pets. allowed. Main Bookstore
TOR. 373.9375 or 378.9090. 12-14-29- Manor Apartments Close to Shards, In Mt. Vernon $49S/mo. ; 5.':: Roommates Hub Customer Service Desk

1 332.4544 Call 3777344. 12-14-10-4 : ::, 6 .:!;:: For Sale' .:.:r.",;::', .;,.,..;; M. F8am4:30pmReitz :

3 room furnished apt. Full kitchen cable, 801 SW 75lh Street PARK PLACE* big 2bdr/2ba avail Jan 1. : ;:::7 : : Reel Estate ..:::::: '!' "'::'. Union, Cashier' Office

phone, pool. Next to Oaks Mall and 175. ONE MONTH FREE on studio and one Close to UF, $490mon + security dep. : M F 9 pm
Rent by week or month. $450/mo. 331. bedroom apartments. Walk to UF. COLLEGE Call anytime 3353556. 12-4-10-4. Motorcycles : Sat A
1618. 12.14.19.1 PARK 411' NW 15 St. 3717777.' t ;;
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11-30-10-2' Ibdr avail 12/16/90-7/31/91./ sec dep ft :1; :
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Bdrm cntrl
private entrance, a/c. Dee paid $290/mo. Call Trade or Kirk
Use kitchen and Ivlng room. Most utlllt. SW TOWNHOUSE-2 'large BR.1.5 BA
336-6823 or 1-257-1185' or Piccadilly Mail
turn. Avail Jan 1,91. 1740 NW 3rd PI., washer/dryer/dishwasher/cent/ AC only 1'' sen+lces '. :. :. '. By :
378.2483.2'.2.4' .:,: ': ': Use forms weekly
$165mo 3722284. 11.20.1.1 $300. KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060. .. ., appearing
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11-21-3-2 { j: In the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
1 block from UF.l70/mo.
Sublease apt. mail. MC, VISA, or cheeks only.
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Available mid-Dee. Call Scott at 376- t Help.Wanted
Beautiful 3 bd/3 ba condo. Screened :
FOR RENT: porch, washer/dryer, ceiling fans, corner 2424 or Greg at 372-8123.. 12-5-10-4 14' Business' Personals l By Phone 373.FIND:

unit In Rockwook Villas. $725/mo. 338- "' .. Payment by VISA or Mastercard
2 UNFURNISHEDCOUNTRY Oxford Manor sublease. Male to share 15 e'rs'onal '
3982 (leave message) .28.5.2 2bd/2ba. $275mo after' Dec.20. Very spacious .,' ;"':: ONLY Five dollar minimum.
w/d Included. Keep $275 deposit. ,16 '" connections : > M. F 8.30.4 pm.
LIVINQ-near 34 St. Plaza 2 CAW Properties. 1 bedroom and efficiencies
Call 37'.4699.28.5.4
BR duplex, quiet wooded area, air, pets 1 block from campus. $135-170 per 17. Notices ;/;;; :-" : ;::;": :'. 0 How to correct or
ok. $275 KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060. month, call Scott at 376-2424 11-28-5-2' F roommate needed to sublease spring : ..". ;
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Summit Hs. ALARM '
House 2bdm close to UF.Avail Dec$350. eye sem., OWN Quiet room clean, walk to UF & Shands. ,19.Petf: ::t... : cancel your ad:
Walk to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-1280, Sally 378-5496 D 332.0869 N. 11285.2 $197mo+1/2. Call 338.0322.28.5.4,
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. 20 :}t'lost & Found :;. Cancellations:
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Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs.Santa 2 bedroom/2 1/2 bath, screened porch, POLOS F n/., own bedroom/bath/ : .i. ; :' Call 373.FINDMon..Frl,8.4 pm.
Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- washer/dryer/ In Casablanca East for washer/dryer/ furnished or unfurnished No refunds can b. glv.n.

78.2 Spring. $500/mo. Call 336-4641 leave $255 + 1/3 util. Lots of extras. Call 3367866 .

.... message. 11307.2 Iv. message. 11.30.7.4 O When. will your ad run? Alligator errors:
0ak Glade Apts near UF ft VA quiet Check your ad the FIRST day II run.
washer/dryer available In most units for Call 373.FIND with any corrections b.
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE fore noon. THE ALLIGATOR' IS ONLYRESPONSIBLE
MOBILE HOMES
$250.$375, sec ft Imr. 372.8422. 12-14-' : Classifieds will begin TWO
I FOR THE FIRST I DAY
76-2 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo VILLAGE DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY, Cor.

INCREDIBLE Roommates available. Reserve your Ads mailed In or placed at the reel.d ads will be extended one day.

EMIclsney Apt. Farms- rentals from $260 Incl. room for spring. Bus serviceto Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given alter
Starting at $185 water, sewer, garbage pick-up lawn UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn placing the ad. Changes called In alter
THREE to appear. Ads
Starting at $235 /2 BedroomMEADOWCREST main. Also some great buys. Ouletl Will $175-$250 per roommate/month. days the first day will not b. compen.aled.
take long term travel trailer 378-9291' MZ Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor may run for any length of time

110 NW 39th Ave Open weekends too. 12-14-47-3' 375-0207 and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
378.3988 11-30-27-5 Corrections must be made In person al
375-3861 Must sell 1972 Manatee 12 x 60 2 bd 1 Sorry, but there can be no reo The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.

12.14.78.2 ba, w/d/ hookup, storage shed. Close to Female non-smoker to share 2br 2ba aptw funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction IH.
Oaks Mall. $5500. Call 332-0686, Ive same. $245 + 1/2 util. mutt like cats)

SOUTHFORK OAKS 2 BR 1.5 BATH In mess. 11-21-10-3' 335-3764. 11-28-20-5

pool complex Breakfast bar/dish
washer/cent air. $450 KEY MANAGEMENT Studious, clean n/s/ F to share very nice
3723060. t 11-21-3-2 SW luxury condo townhouse 2bdr/l 1/2 ROOMMATES ROOMMATES
SUBLEASE: bath, wash/dry, many extras. $240/mo/ +

"Check Our New Specials' 4 HOUSEAPT.Sublease 1/2 util. Available Immediately. Call 332- WINDMEADOWS M/F/ needed to share REFLECTIONS N/S roommate
All Amenities Available 9323. ,11-28-15-5 2bd/2ba apt for Spring Rent Is negotiable needed ASAP Own bd/ba/ In brand

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED & 1/2 Utilities. Call 335.5018 11-21-5-5' new 3 bd3 ba apartment security
Roommates Available 1 br"ba $350 per mon starting Windmeadows nil F to share large master system, W/D. Furnished except bd.
We're No. 1 Dec 1. Regency Oaks. Contact Jim at bdr In furnished 2/2. Available Immediately $213/mo. 836-1056. 11-21-4-5
Mill Run condos, m/f, own bedroom,
REGENCY OAKS 3783937. 11-28-10-4 spring. $165/mo. Call 3355284.
...30.185F cable, washer/dryer, can move In at end
378-5766 of fall or Jan 1. $225 & 1/2 utlls. Call Oxford Manor- roommate needed for
3230 SW Archer Road Need someone to sublease apt. by Dec. Joe at 336-3932. 11-26-5-5 spring sem. 3bd townhouse. Master bd
COUNTRY GARDENS 1. 1 Ibdr loll, new carpet. $349/mo. Archer N/S roommate for own bdr In Park for rent $230/mo. Call 373-0424 Dawn or
Woods. Donna 376-0210' or office 373- Place. 3bd/2ba/ turn apt for Spring. Only Room for r.nlln Missy. 11203.5
3/2 5
373.4500
on acres just 3
8727. 11.28.10.4REGENCY 1ml from campus. $203/mo + l/3utll! +
2001 SW 16th Street miles from town. M/F. prefer n/s./ Horse
deposit. Call 335-1683.' 11-20-10-5' F n/s rmmate for In 2 bdrm
12-14-76-2 welcome. $150 mlh + 1/3/ util. Call 377- spring apt
OAKS f/ns to share 3br/2ba/ 4594. 11-26-5-5 behind Norman. Own room, wood floors.
SPACIOUSONE $120 share/$165own/ + l/4utlllty, December Oxford Manor. female' to share 2 bdr / 2 $150 month + 1/2 utilities. 376-5486 Ive
'90 free ASAP call ba apt., partially furnished ADT ...curllyay..m.
Christy 3388152. 11.30.8SOAKBROOKown
BEDROOM APT, House, 2 Bdr Fenced Yard. N/S. F/M. 3 message.
.
11-30-12-4 $250 + 1/2 utilities. Call LeA-
ONLY $273MO.LYONS / ml or 10 mln from UF. Great for Slud.ntwllh
nne or Joy 3774056. 11-21-10-5
APT pets. iBSmo 1/2 util. cable, furnlshed. bedroom and'bath..
Large 1 br 1 ba heat/AC. Free washer
Wash/dry. Furnished with microwave.
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 377-4795.: 11-22-5-5
12-14-76-2 and dryer Nov., last security paid $349mo. SUBLET: Georgetown Apartments 'Available on Dec. 24 325mo./ + 1/2 utilHies. -.
Safe gaurded place 3100 SW 35 PI. Available now, great location.
F-NS wanted for Spring In 3 bd 2 ba 1 I 378-5171. 11-27-5-5
392.4792 day, 472-2928 nlte 11.20.5.4 $150/month November (reel' Call Steveat block
from campus. Huge bedroom ftcloaets.
1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished
338.13381..v. 11-21-10-5'
message. Greenwich Green n/s f to hare
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- $207/mo/ + 1/3 also ft phone
BURG VILLAGE 376-1253. 12.5.30.2 F n/s for private bdr In 3 bdr apt near Free water. Must tool Call 371-3949' 3br/2.5ba twnhse for Spring. Own master
ec, Butler Plaza $154 a month Novemberfree. Roommate $180 month Inclu 'utilities. "-28.5.5F bd/ba $233/mo +"1/3 utll, c.bl.lreel! Call

NEAR LAW SCHOOL-2 BR hardwood $100 security moves you in call Tower Road. Call 332-0786. Discount 335-3712' Iv m... -27-5-5

floors/free standing fireplaceairenclosed 376-2019 11205.4 hou..k..plng.20.4.5 N/S Spring. Spacious bdr/1 ba In SW
porch. $500 KEY MANAGEMENT area. Own room $1801 month + 1/2 util Casablanca W., .' rmmt needed for
3723060. 11213.2 Sublet 1 br, furnished or unfurnished In WALK TO UFII 2 bedroom/1. bath $175. ities. Call 335-2740. No pets.. Leave 2br/2.5ba we/dry acm patio cell fns.
The Laurels w/d, dw, ALARM & more. COLLEGE PARK 411 NW 15 St.' 371-' message. 11.20.3.5 Avail mid-Dec $282/mo/ + 1/2ut305.973.

Duplex apt., 1 BR, LR, Kit, bath, AC/heat./ Available 191. Call 336-4151 11-21-5-4 7777. 11-30-10-5 4424/335-3127, 11308.5
3 blocks from UF, 1 blk off Univ. Ave. Roommate wantedMF to share 3 bd/ 3
.o $225.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR, A- Unfurnished 2br 1 1/2 ba Close to UF ft F/N/S/ for Spring. Own bd/ba, $268+1/3 ba brand new apartment. Spacious bedroom LAKEWOOD VILLAS Need m/f/' for own
Frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338- Shopping 345mo lease thru Feb. November utilities, w/d/ Included. Call Kerri at 336- Includes own bath.WD Included + br/ba In 3br/3ba $232/mo + 1/3 utll. Security
1839. 11-30-10-2 Free. Call 372-0120 after' 600: pm 6393. "..30.10.5I full amenities. Reflections $220/mo 332- System. CALL .NOW 335-9599. 11-
.215.4F 3537.. 11-26-5-5 27SSSerloui

Duplex for rent, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, full I need a home.. F nseeking same to
kitchen, pets allowed, close to campus, n/s needed to sublease a room In l 2br/l sublet! or share apt. for Spring semester. Female n/., serious student. Own room m student for clean rrri In Ig
$350/month. Call 371-8141 or 1-800-654- bh apt. In Spanish Trace by 1/91 $200/mo Please call 372-9389 or 305-792-5387, ,Ui nice, elder home., 2 blocks from campua. ., 7bd/2ba upstairs apt 3blks to UF, 1616
4544. 112010.2 + 1/2/ util. Call Amy 335-9191 or 392- eve. before 10pm. "..30.10.5F $180/mo.' + util, 178-1292' or 378- NW 3 Ave $160'mo + .c'+ lease, no
9575 "..28.5.4Lg 581J7 11-30.9.5 pets 4959024. 12.4.10.5

. 1 br/ba, lease up end of Jan woption/ to n/s needed: own bdr In furn 2/1 across !
" renew. 4mo teases. Move In today, only\ 2bd2bth In Wilts. Village HUGE balcony from UF. NW Apt upstr secured windows, SPRING 911 I F/M needed, large bedroom 'WANT TO MOVE OUT Fem Rmmt
$260mo., Nov. Only $1 50. Call 336-6110. 485/mo dep. neg. Avail. 12/1 GPD door alarms.' $205 +1/2 util. Call 378- In 3 bdrm. house, 3 blka. from campus- needed! Share nice 3bdrm apt own master ;
detect neigh close to campus pets ok $160 plus utilities. bdrm ft ba, 19S/mo. Call 334-
11-21-3-2 .335-5701' 11'-28-5-4 ..'* .- ... ..' 0850Jvt.msg.. 1 :2.5.; .": .. .. ..... 11-26-5-5, Fireplace 376-5177: 7624. 11-27-5-5 Cindy



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ROOMMATESNeed FOR SALE FOR SALE

DON'T LEAVE TOWN
F roommate lor own bedroom and
ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Davis Cup Finals- tickets Si Petersburg .
WITHOUT IT! bathroom In Windmeadows $221/mo., Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, Nov 30.Dec 2, Will take best offer
available January Call now 336.4136. Crunch, Hafler MEI) VSE alarm Lanzar Call Craig at 371.0023. ,11'.26.5.6

125 NW 23 Ave 371.4378. ,1214766
STOP READING! This It Female roommate
Check PaperMint for coupons FURNITURE)) Coffee table 4 bar stools
wanted Own bldrm & be wash/dry,
and stop by today for our 1/2 util, $180/mo. Call 336.0550 leave DISCOUNT HI-FI 2 indirect lamps, entertainment ctr,
couch. All for $100 (will sell pieces).
e famous 14-point service! menage 11.28SSROOMMATE 722 S. Main 0 The Red Bldg. TRAVELII Roundtrip plane tic to Conn

WANTEDIII ipring' Own WE ARE CHEAPER Dec 26.Jan 4 336.4247. ,112136'

..' bd/ba./ rent w/1/3/ / utilities Call Ken
Optn M-F8am 6pm I Sat. Sum 5pm1921N neg. '14766 ORCA EDGE Dive Computer Like New
or Jim at 378.2895. 11.28.5.5NS
Batteries and all accessories Included
2310 .W,Archer CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
S Rd V S 441 It N.W.53rd Av" $475 Nights and weekends 377-
.Main SI. (Near Shunds Hospital) (Nut to Sprint Automotive) M/F to share 2bdr1 1 bath apt $1 95 mo any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 8352. neg.11.27.56
371.6958 371-1784 373.0338zimc + 1/2 util.(Spring tomes) Call David or demo. Call 338.9193 student Iv. message .
Sam 371.9686. .28.5.5' 1214.376MICROCENTER
I Nagel serigraph #14 $350. 1 rare Nagel
Hollywood $1000. $1300 takes
Female roommate wanted for Gatorwood Computers 376.1146 serigraph
both. Firm if separate Ask for Carla 332
THEATRES There Is A DiffcrtnceU! apt 1 1bd/1ba Call 373.7579. 11.28.5.5 Editor choice Hewlett Packard 3784 11.27.5.6
Northgate M/C/ Prices lower than
F N/S, UF, nice home
roommate; near ;
OAKS MALL 10 DAILY:t :gbtween43001pe Safe area; hardwood floors, fireplace for mallorder, Systems below Include 1mb Apple MAC II CX, 40 H D5/ RAM Hi R...
OAKS MALL 6309 NE Will RAY ROAD $3. limited, !to Seamy Spring $155 per mo + 1/3/ utilities 377 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk graphics monitor. color monitor, ext keyboard. Under war
0385 11.28.3.5' MC 286/12. $948 MC 386SX $1086, ranty $4200 obo. David 371.2466. 11.
OAKS EAST OAKS 4 WEST Northgate 38620$2499.. Leading Edge 27.5.6
3318818 INSIDE OAKS MALI ADJACENT TO MALI I 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd ft battery
331.8118' INOAKSPLA7ATHE 6 FOR SALE $1995. 1 & 2 year warranties Onsitewarranties Round.trip Airline Ticket to NEW YORK ''Oo

ROCKY V (PC IS) Panasonic 1180 printer$185.' $199.00 Iv Orlando 11/21 return 11/25
110,((445TLS9$300)), 730' 15$ RESCUERS TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk HP Laser Jet Up $987.. 3743 W. University Call 375.3132 NOW NY NY NY NY
.KON.eNOMiMENTNOOOU>aMMMiaiS DOWN UNDER (C) drives. 2 Him cassettes,2 Mm cannisters Ave 12.14.52.8 "II.20.26
REVERSAL OF FORTUNE (R) 1 130((4 45 TLS 9 13 00)) 715 45inCUt Factory reconditioned, unused in past 2

2:15.: ((5 30 TLS 0 1100)), BOO. 1030 noMMmMOCOUKMOR THE KRAYS (R) MMU yrs Perfect lor small typesetting Jobs. FUTON AND FRAME SALE COMPUTER FOR SALE. 640k Dual Disk
SIBLING RIVALRY (R) 200((5 15 TLS 0 13 001.) 745 1015 Good machine for small type shop System Extra thick cotton/foam/ futons, & sola Drive Color Monitor Printer $599. Call
100,((51ULS 1 0 a3.00I.) StO. 1020 GHOST (PG.n includes 3 rolls 6 in, RC Mm & 6 font bed frames From only $200 per set Zekl 22280. 11.21.2.6
QUIGLEY DOWN UNDER (PC II) 145.((5 00 TLS 013.00)). 730 1000 disks $3,500 OBO Call The Alligator at Call AI 373.3127 or Matt 377.2110. 11.
145.((5 00 TLS 0 13 00)). 745, 1015 WHITE PALACE (R) 373.8926 (for more info 30-156 Plane Ticket.United Rndtrp from Miami to
HENRY 'JUNE (NCI 7) 215: ((5 30 TLS 0(3 00)). 100. '1010 Denver leave Dec. 26. return Jan. 2 $385.
119.((430 TLS 0 63.00)). 715: 10 00 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Call Rebecca 338.0056. 11.28.5-6
brands are all at our New Location! Car MPUTER

TIMES SHOWN FOil MONDAY TtlIIU THUIISOAY Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- **Palmer six string acoustic guitar only
2070. 1214766 ISKOUNTERS $120 ***Sony apt IIL tunlabl.top of
the line" $200. Call 334.8446. 11.28.5.6

did the chicken the road? L. Crlmestopper Car Alarm, K-40 Radar
Why cross "I'' Detectors, Infinity, Sanest, Sony, "Well Beat any Competitive Prices" *

To get a copy of The Alligator! Y-IJ\ Orion Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. 286.12 complete system only $950 ** 7 REAL ESTATEHome
We Beat All Prices 373.3754. 12 14-76luller 388 SX.16 complete system only $1225

Call 373.0762. 11.21.5.8
lor sale? Land for sale? Buyers'
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1 I i i SIBLING. RIVALRY (PC;.11) Best prices on quality computers 373- for sale Honda Spree runs
I I I great $275. Call Ariel at 336.1845 or
1 1 115 315 5:15
1 : : : 7:15: 9:20: 0762 ,11.21.5.6Compact 491.3315 beeper 11.20.28AUTOS

1 1 ( I I I I g 01 = 1g COODFELLAS 105: 4:00: 7:00: (R) disk player 4 sale? Mint cond

If 'I i.. ;;; cables and tree renewable 2 yr ext warranty .
I "' 1:12i : ? 1 MEMPHIS BELLE (PC.13)) from Sears $85 Iv msg 334.9013 9
en 1:00: 3:20: 5:40: 7:50 10:00: I 11.20.36
1 1 I I I I I 2 I Hurry _
MARKED FOR DEATH (R) '84 Chevy Cavalier, automatic 4.door.
1 I I I I I f 1 1:1S: 3:20: 5:30: 7:30: 9:40: Car audio Installations any radio, amp a/c./ '84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon,
EO, speakers at cheap prices Also am/fm/ a/c, auto, 6 cylinder. 335.5303.
1 !L I O Z 1 GHOST (PG-13)) equipment lor sale Alpine, Kenwood, 11,.29.159
1 I 11 I I I 1 1:15: 400: 700: 930: ADS. BA, eel 332.3523. 112656

ALL MOVIES IN '87 Mazda 626, 2door LX, Sspeed, air,
1990 CANNONDALE size 56cm, blu/wht, am/fm tp, pwr sunrool/door/locks 46k
I I I I ) I I I i 1 STEREO SOUND SR400 Roadbike $650 retail, matching mlg Excellent condition, must sell 335
Giro helmet Best oiler *336.8977 ask 5303. 11-29.15.9
I 1 4 Paul. 11.21.26 _
II -' I '85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dIx. hatchback
1. I .. I I I
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I I I N I I I I r I i I door/locks 11.29.15.9/ Excellent condo 335.5303. .ti

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I s 78 Ford Fairmont 4.dr auto ps pb reliable
''I I e e 1M &economic transportation Runs well and

I 1 I I I I I' I V body 495.3780.straight 11.$750 2069 neg Call alter 6pm

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f 1981 Nlassan Maxima.silver, diesel, pwr
I 1 I 11 I I I I sunroof & windows, automatic 100000

I 1 I .t. I .1 I I I. 1 miles 12.3.11.9Dodge In good condition. $2000 335.4937.

EVERY TUESDAY
I I OfFICE USE ONLY I
I 1 Omni 1981", good condition, great
I I Sp Chg
I I I I mpg mechanically good must sell. $950.

I I I I I RM CASH By-::--CK_ 1 Call 377.9050, Ive mess ,112159' ._

1 Sforl Honda Civic 1982, stereo, ps, pb, a/c,

I' ,,; CLASSIFICATIONS! :<: ( .cll"'<*,)":'< >;>:.;RATES, :',,:*:,. speed, new tires, brakes. & battery
60000 miles $1600. Call Giuseppe between

_1.For Rent: Furnished _11.Services (Circle one) ; 12.ipm & after 5:30378.2703. 11'-

I _:, For Rent: Unfurnished _'2.Typing Services 1 D'r...$4.00. 3 in 1 DrinksAll 215.9
__1, Mobile Hornet For Rent/Silo/ _U Help Wanted Z D'YI..7.00 I
I _4,Sublease HouitAptI / ,. _14, Business' Personals 3 Days_.1.00 Night Long ,1985 Mercury Capri' gs 4cyl amfm tilt ps ...
;,.. Roommates 15. PorsonilsH 4 Days ..11.00 1 pb pw plocks hatchb 30mpg excellent
I '
,interior consider trades $2200 obo
_6, for tutT ,Conned ions S D'YI ,11.00 body
I ,. Real Estate _, 17.Notion 1 call 373.2585.27.7.9, '
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__Motorcycles. __ll Rides A..I. Days FREE BEER89pm .
75 Olds Omega 4dr straight cyl w air,
I _1. Autos __1I PelsLest U..cII.
__10.Wanted 10 I Found _. new paint, tires, tint, see to appreciate"CLEAN" .,
$1800 obo 371.7481. 11.21.59 '
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AUTOS SERVICES SERVICES TYPING SERVICESTYPING HELP WANTEDPaying


1986 Ford Escort GT-52K ml blk xt/tan ** GATOR MOVING ** "MARIJAN OF HOLLAND" NEAR BUTLER PLAZA FAST $75 to qualified volunteers to par
made a ticipate In new drug study for the treatment
Int. AM/FM itereo, bra. Save $600-no Custom clothe alterations no ACCURATE. CALL
a/c. Asking $3250obo. Call Jon 375- Full/Serv/ MoWStorage/Packlng/ / 1ItemHse pattern needed, 20 yr*. exp. Fast service 376-4854. of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call
3600. 11-21-5-8 / Full. Days/Eves Long dla. call 332-8315. 12-14-23-11 331-5379. 12-1263-13
Lie/In Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76- 11-29-20-12

78 Ford T-Bird A/C. am/lm casat, good 11 DAVE'S DETAILING When you think of and eee NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top
Thesis, term reports. Legal
tiret. $1095 obo. Call after 3 pm at 335- a dirty car, think of Dave. Complete professional papers laser Famlllea, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs
WP 5.0 a
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM 'lessons medical terminolgy, Only Inc. 1-800-486-8899. 12-14-54-13
0423, 11-26-5-9 auto detailing. $40. 336-1314.
boarding woodser facilities 12-4-10-11 printer. Call 378-2034 or 376-8521. 11-
hay rides A parties sales working 28-10-12 Paying $75 to qualified volunteer to par.
Mitsubishi Mirage. 1990. 16k miles air
students accepted. 466-3224, 375-8080. In new drug study for the treat
ticipate
conditioning steering, am/lm **** ELECTRICAL SERVICE ****
power 12-14-76-11 TypingWord/ Processing Quality printIng -
ment of athlete's foot. Call 331-5379.
New lines, lights, Installation ceiling
cast. 334.5737. 12-3-10-9 dependable, personal service. Call
12.14-35.13
fans trouble shooting. Ph 334-5878
1978 Porsha 924. 4-tpeed air, lunrool *SUNBELT MOVING* Beeper 3715024. 11275.11 Margaret, 372-4757. 11-20-5-12

210000. 462-2381 Professional Moving/Packing a Supplies. $1 per page! Spelling checked, next day INTELLIGENCE JOBS.
1986 Isuzu I Mark. 5-tpeed, $1600,00. 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist. service for most orders. Call Linda at
4622381. 11-21-4-8 Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375- TYPING 3365871. 1121.5.12Typlngwordproctllor. CIA, US Customs, DEA,
MOVE 12-14-76-11
1977 Ford Granada. 4 door brown / Spellcheckmg In- etc.
12 SERVICES
$450. small refrigerator 33"x19" $40 Ph AAA STORAGE cluded. Laser printer. $1/pg. Call 372- Now Hiring. Call ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext.
334-5878. 11-26-5-9 Close to UF Convenient 9295 eva or leave msg 11.21.3.1213HELPWANTED K-9486
4x4x4 $l5/mo *Typing reports business legal 12-3-21-13
1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS pwr door 4x8x8 $30/mo/ resumes cassettes transcribed applications
,. ,locks aaati, window, a/c auto, wht 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 letter notary *etc. Available The Division of Housing Office for
ext/blue Int. Exc cond- must sell best 12-14-76-11 24 hour //7 day /372-2777. 12-14-76- Staff and Student Development la look
offer 3345053. 12310.9 12 Ing for a Program Aaalatant/Qraphlca
*FREE* AVON 375.8967 Artist for 18-20 hra./wk. paying $3.80:
Buick Regal 1983 auto II t wagon Pregnancy Test. MICRO CENTERTyping/ 3760339. Full Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. per hr. Position begins Spring 1991.
V6 ac/am/fm good condition Gainesville Wom.n'eHEALTH & self service computing. Open until Benefits Insurance. 12.14.78.13 Applications available at the Houalng
$2500 or best offer 10pm Su-Th. Typing starts & 1.50/pg Office. Application deadline la NOVEMBER
Saeful 334-5057 720 NW 23rd CENTER Avenue Resumes $8 Sell service resumes Jobs In USA and overseas. All occupa- 21, 18110. For more Information .
11-27-5-9 377.5055 $2.50/hr 15page./ Laser typeset tions. Don't limit yourself to those few contact Kathy Smith at 382-2111.
graphics spell check theses papers -
ABORTION (To 24 Wks) companies that recruit on campus. Jump 11-28-9-13
79 Ford Fairmont 24 mpg and In good BIRTH CONTROL special character employment start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters
condition, needs new tires has 107,000 Gynecology Services databases mallmerge training. WordPerfect today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W. Sale representative local travel flexible
ml. $800 or best offer. 392-2424/377- 12.14.75.11 specialist. Visa/MC. 121452.12 Palm Ave, Placenpla. Ca. 92670. 11-21- hours. Part time work earn $150-
8285 ask Nina, 11202.9 50.13 300/week. Full time work earns $450 and
$COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable up. Contact Mike aI372.78411.ave me-
ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW service. Reasonable rates. sage. 11-21-5-13
RATES, low payments, fast drive- College Scholarship Locators pob Laser printer. 377-8175 III 9:00pm. 12- Paying $150 to qualified volunteer to
thru service, se habla Espanol 3772277. 1881 Joplin MO 648021881. 800-879- 14.78.12 participate In 6 visit study testing safety Word processor part-time, must know
377CARS. WE CARE 12.14.17.9 7485. 121475.11 a effectiveness of Trentlnoin (Retln-A a WP 4.2 60+ cwpm available Immediately
...RESUMES*** generic) In treatment of acne. Call 331- 376-5465 or 466-0315. 12-3-10-

BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Complete writing & development ser 5379. 12-14-29-13 13
vices. Resume House 371-8148. 12-14-
10 WANTEDLocal 76-12

Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class 1233 NW 10th Ave. Typing/Wordprocessing./ WordPerfect DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine 372-1664 5.1. quality work, fast results, low rate,
MC/VISA/lnsurance Edited Trude Michel Jaffe
Jewelry 373 9243. 12-14-76-10 dependable, personal service. Tara 332- by
Free Test
Pregnancy
leave Member 1469. 12-14-76-12 ACROSS 3 New Zealand 35 Old card game 45 Rarely
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National Abortion Federation 1 Word with In or natives 36 Express 47 Dupe
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message.11213.10 12-14-53-11 resumes 0 report 0 letters a etc. out 4 Wapiti contempt 48 Bulb holder
376-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave. 5 Lomond 5 Frees 38 "the Man" 49 Wipes away

I NEED 2 FSU TIX * LET'S PJRTY ** Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 9 Outer garment 6 Ancient Greek Musial 52 Pops' mates53PartofA.D.
Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ 13 Iridescent gem coin 40 Market and .
Call 3744091. service all musical formats. 12-14-42- Term Papers Typeset Resumes 14 Reed 7 Coal residue Main 54 Captured
11285.10 11 Business Legal Personal Etc.
Instrument 8 "For a 41 Entanglements 55 Seeping
G'ville Handicapped Typing
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Free dental exam. Graduating dental student YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179 jolly.
needs board patients for December. 121450.12 17 Chef 9 Train trailer messages 59 Alley of the
11 SERVICESNW Free cleaning or filling If you qualify. Call references 10 Overseas 43 Minute comics

332-5849I.ave name a, phone t. 11-21- T.L.C. for your paper, theses, etc. Mac 19 Noisy 11 Sharks hang
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave 10.11 2 a laser, graphics, spell check edit disturbance out there ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 373-9619, leave message. 1.50 per dbl 20 Boston Bobby 12 Great Lakes nnnn ration nnnnnnn
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HELP WANTEDMotel HELP WANTEDDo BUSINESS PERSONALSNEED PERSONALSSay


desk clerk, part lime. Must be ableto you need money lor Christmas? Want 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? thanks to Mom Dad this holiday w/a
work eve. & weekends 4 noun, 20 a job you can work on your own time?Call Get .p.clalstud.nt discounts on exams decorated cookie Irom I Want Cookies.
noun week. Reply P.O.Box 24113, 472-4107 12..10.13Wh..lch.lr terminals pc's, buy, sell and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. 17 NW 17th St. 378-4678 11202.15
Gainesville FL 32602. 11.21.3.13 trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUAL HOOD. 3770881. '12-14-76-15
bound female needs help ITY. CDCS 818 W Unlv. 3380378. 12-
BE ON TV. Many needed lor commer w/shopplng/ light-housekeeping & misc 14-76-14 Free labor with string purchase at EZ
cials. Now hiring all ages. For calling tasks. Computer ability helpful, transport Tennis; 30% oil tee shirts; 25% off 16 CONNECTIONSGAY
into Call ((615)779-7111) ext T235. 11- Free Details on "A No-nonsense to
nee. 3722387. 1126413Work way shorts, shirts,skirts-365 days a yearll 34
Hou..kteper-$70 lor 1 day-a-month. Alldomestic $S00 A Dayr..send a self-addressed St Plaza. 11301215Permanent ? BI? QUESTIONING?
for Other students sell stamped envelope..Anthony Fitzgerald
Cecil yourself.
duties except laundry. GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs
332.0788 alter 7p.m. 11-28-5-13 just T-shirts. Be the first to nil P.O. Box 12984 Gainesville, FL 32604. Hair Removal Info/Referral/Consultation/ 12-14-76-16
MAGIC-T's. Colors and designs 11201014A Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
Type mailing labels lor mall out and telephone change with temperature ehsnge Info about the PERMANENT removal of EYE EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease
follow-up. Part-time, flexible Call Alan ((813)262-7132.) 11-27-5-13 Plus Notes-Study Guides for PSY unwanted facial & body hair 3744307. treatment. 28 Dr. J. Beckum,
years exp.
2013(3rd( ). ECO 3202 and OCE 2005 will
hours,. !temporary. Call today 3727883. 12-14-76-15 optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 376-1288.
be available Nov. 20. Study Guides for
"11301416THE '
CHM 2046 and WIS 2040 will be available STUDENTS GET CASH
Nov. 21 11-21-3-14 For Used Call
Quality Clothing. Sandy's WHITE CLOUD 423 NW ,10th Ave,
372-1226.211' W. Unlv. Ave.-next to Central 372.6724. Old esoteric books, astrology
Last Chance City. '12-14-76-15' readings, crystals. minerals & more. ,11-

15 PERSONALSDoing
SAVE ON RAYBANS 28 GWM attractive, 6 It tall, seeking
University Opticians for discrete Please
same a relationship.
things halfway Isn't of our
part
300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480 write POB 2194 G'vllle, FL 32602. "11-28-
.style. When it comes to quality, the word
compromise Isn't part of our vocabu 12-14-76-15' 5-16
To Get A 48On
lary. That's the way we work at EZ Ten- FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC
nisi 34 St Plaza 372-2257 11301215VuarnetCarreraRayBanGator., Serving UF since 1977

Most insurance accepted 17 NOTICESMeeting
/ / Great
2 blocks from UF I 1107 SW 2 Ave.
prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical Dr. Steven Schargel' scheduled? Luncheon planned?
Laboratory 3785563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 Let know what's
The LSAT 373-7070 everyone happening by
block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-1S, 12-14-76-15, placing a classified adl

Dear customers: thanks lor your supportof Need great shoes & U want to save? WhoU Spend Winter Break In Israel With Tagar
EZ Tennis. Our steadfast promise Is to gonna call? EZ Tenmsl Sale or no sale, 2 weeks for only $995. For more information -
continue to provide quality products at we don't match prices, we beat them I call '-800.552.3827.30' -10.17
The current LSAT is changing. Why? Because great prices with fast friendly service. 11-30-12-15'
Here's to you Gainesville. ,-30-12-15' '
Stanley H. Kaplan's LSAT prep course is too **GET A GRIP**

effective So effective that perfect LSAT scores Call ACTS 3767105The 18 RIDES
Natural Foods and Vitamins Spirit-filled
have QUADRUPLED over the last two years! Birkenstock Sandals Campus Ministry If your Rickshaw Is getting a little creaky,
Sunflower Health Foods find a ride here In the Rides section!
This the makers will the LSAT
June, test change 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
SKYDIVE
scoring scale of 10 to 48, and revise the test to '12-14-76-15' Skydive with The Willlston Skydivers $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp. $30 one way.
6 yrs. of weekly Frl/Sun. bus trips. Pets
make it more challenging. Before that happens, B 4 U buy shoes, rackets, sportswear, 336-7970. 12-14-73-15' ok, pkg. transported. GMG trans 336-

Stanley H. Kaplan wants to help you take advan- Q'vllle's strings,tennis or accessories authority-EZ,Tennis check 34 out St ALLEY KATZ Is a bowling center. We 7026/305-266-3788./ 12-7-20-18'

have It all! Pool, video and beer.
games
tage of the current "top heavy" test. Plaza. 11301215PREGNANT' Open until Urn Mon.-Thurs. 12134340 -

By popular demand we're offering extra prep ? Don't guess. Get Immediate 19 PETS
oil all sullts, &
% warmup men women.
classes for the February LSAT test. Call today. And test results PARENTHOOD from a reliable 377-0881 sourcePLANNED ', Check early for best selection! Quality Playful, gorgeous Persian/Himalayan/ cat

get your best shot at a 48. While you still can. '12-14-76-15 products PI. 11-30-12-15, prices, servlce-EZ Tennis 34 St needs caring home. She Is 2 yrs. with all
shots. Please call Tonya at 334-6542.
EZ Tennis offers 25% off sportswear,
Ski Wear Sale! Bibs $29,99, jackets
40% off warmups ft 50%off aerobic wear
underwear $8.99.
99,
$79 Polypro long
DAILY plus a whole lot morel Check us
outll 11-30-12-15' While supplies last. Braslngton's Trail 20LOST & FOUNDLOST
STANLEY H. KAPLAN Shop. 2331 NW 13 St. ..30.105Y '

dL Take Kaplan Or Take Your Chances QUN3IGUNSIGUNSI wait lor a sale when EZ Tennis has : female cat, brown/orange tortoiseshell ,
1800 Gun Inventory great shoes lor $30 DAILY? U can pay calico. Lost In SW area lince''11/1/ ,
Over 500 handguns In stock more, but why? EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza. Call 3352455. 11-26-10-20
Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair 11-30-12-15, '
Call days evenings or weekends. Reloading Supplies 466-3340 FOUNDtennis racket In CSE classroom.
Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer Need CASH for college? Low interest Call to 371-3534.. 11-20-3-20'
377-0014 8 mi. South of G'vllle on 441 loans available regardless of family in-
Also. Indoor pistol rangeHlndlc.p come. Call 613-989-1390.' "11-26-10-15' FOUND: yellow Huffy bike. Call to ID

409 SW 2nd Ave. facilities 338-1784. 11-20-3-20
11-21-2-15' ANNIVERSARY SALE) Thanks to youG'ville
just FOUND: Lady's Timex found after. 7th
we're 3 yrs. old-but we're not
I getting older, we're better! Come ft see period on 11-14 outside of Little Hall.
for yourself. EZ Tennis 11-30-12-15, Call to ID 376-4337 11-20-3-20

I FOUND: declawed CAT female.

Gobble Up The H O'Connell Center H approx. lyr., old, no tags, black, brown &
orange mix. Found 1.1..1 Thomas Cen
Mm Upcoming Events HI ter. Call 378-4827 leave message. 11-'

Louise Mandrell) Christmas Show 21-3-20,

Holiday Savingsayfrystal J with special guest Irene Mandrell FOUND: eyeglasses In Pearls Vision
December 5 at 8.00 pm case In Carleton Auditorium on approx.
Jimmy Band Buffet and the Coral Reefer 118.' Call to ID.: 372-0360. .2'.3.20

that f January 24 at 8:00pm: LOST: New UF sweatshirt. Left In bag
Now's the time of year people
Call 392-1653' outside Matherly Hall 11/14. Leave message -
flock into Krystal for BIG Holiday Savings. FOR TICKET INFORMATION at 3759943. ,11-20-2-20

That's' right, with Krystal's Holiday Coupon
FOUND: prescription glasses found in
Professional photographer seeks fashion
Book, you'll save over $5.00 on your models. Top rates paid, send details to Turlington LOOS on Wed '11/14./ Can claimat
favorite Krystal meals. P.O. Box 13885. Gnvlle FL. 32604. 12- 120 Yon Hall. Ask for John. 11-26-3-

Shoot through the Hoopl The Recrea- FOUND: Eyeglasses in front 01 CSE Call
Stop in today and, while you'reat Krystal's tional Sports Dept Is hosting One on One to ID 3756081. ,11-26-3-20'

it, use the coupons below to geta Basketball. Sign up begins Nov 18, deadline -
20. 11-21-2-15 FOUND:White manx cat female. Appearsto
jump on the holiday savings.
have Found
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GOD IS MERCIFULFor near Lake Alice. 3381058.28.-
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I I Tennis }team: steals recruit from Stanford I NOTEBOOKfrom page 16 UF quarterback named Southeastern Shane Matthewswas Confer-
of the
ence offensive player week.
ByDEBRASARIUNN Stanford, the No. l'' team in the As one of eight members ol the days. Last week's SEC defensive pal-
Alligator Writer nation,and Duke,Brenner chose United States Tennis Association Brandon, who has a sprained yer of the week, UF inside line-
UF for its combination of athletics National :Tennis Team, Brennerhas right ankle, starts at right tackle. backer Tim Paulk, earned
Attracted to UFs "total pack and academics. competed in the Italian Open He played only the first half of the honorable mention for his perfor-
age deal," USTA National Tennis "We're very excited about her and the French Open this year. Kentucky game. mance against the Wildcats.
Team member Jill Brenner
signing with UF," her father ESPN picks UF-FSU
signed with the UF women's ten- Brenner; who is from Lake' up
nis team Monday. Sandy Brenner said. "If one of land, attends Palmer Academy ESPN will televise the UF-FSU correction
Brenner, 16, was No. 3 in the the best programs in the nation which is associated with HarryHopman's game, which will change kickoff UF women's golfer Julie FOster
and clearly the one of the best tennis school in time at Doak Campbell Stadium
Girls 16 and Under national rank- had her first-ever hole in one at the
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TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20,1990,ALLIGATOR


l Colorado



: grabs 1st


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,,I in UPIUnited


s Press International

NEW YORK The end of the
I 1990 regular season finds the Colorado -

1 I Buffaloes in exactly the same
position as they were at this time
I last year.
With only the Orange Bowl
ahead of them, the Buffaloes took
}}6 {rr r advantage of a Notre Dame loss tom

;firR!} } }}Yy S f ff move into the No. 1 position in the
United Press International college
,,;:, i'iiillbii'n' ,,; football ratings
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Colorado received 45 of 55 first-
,(
place votes cast by the 59memberUPI
s irsn; rs"f sfy} ( r { Board of Coaches and finished

1, with 804 of a possible 825 points.No. .
san sr
,<:Ui I}' r fSY H+{' f1R n'f } It}; 2 Miami earned three first-
,
;", "!'!" A,,, votes and 700 while
n > !' place points,
: :
i No. 3 Georgia Tech topped four
: fi y0111, i f+nfslow'" ballots finishing with 658 points.

Colorado's move t to the top wasa
near-exact duplication of its as-
cension to No. 1 last year. In 1989,
the Buffaloes completed their regular -
season before taking advantage -
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| of a Notre Dame loss to occupyI

W'W'I{ { ,I the top spot.

r 1 i } {{ { } } } Coach Bill McCartney would
like to see the similarities end on
New Year's Night, when the Buffaloes
face Notre Dame in a rematchof
last year's Orange Bowl won by
the Fighting Irish. /
"Last season was the first time
I we were in a position like that
ti h (needing a victory to win the national
title)," McCartney said. "We
i hope we learned from that and we
I can play more effectively this
time."

The Buffaloes, 10-1-1, routed
Kansas State 64-3 on Saturday to
I
become the first Big Eight team
other than Nebraska or Oklahomato
I win back-to-back conference titles

outright.
I Miami, 7-2, which was snubbed
I by the Orange Bowl and wound up
making an agreement with the Cot-
ton Bowl, took over the No. 2 position
with a 42-12 victory over
Boston College.


UPI Top 25

Th Untied "Posse"kiMMbonil, Bond of Count .
There's such Top 2$oolleg too** ramps.with, road and htlplic -
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Colorado ((45)) ((10-11)) 804 2
2 Miami ((3)) (0.2 700 3
as a widow. 3.Georgia Tech ((4)) ((9.01!658 5
merry 4 Brigham Young ((2)) ((91)804) 4
5.Teas ((1)t) ((8,1)) 601 e
6 Nebraska ((9.1)) 490 9
7. Washington ((9.2)) 469 8
I Noire Dame ((82)448) t
9 Florida Slat (82 442 10
10. Penn State !(8-2304 14
II. Iowa ((8-2! 283 12 7
12.Tennessee ((822)283) 13
t 1) Clemton ((9-2)131) 15
Every 22 minutes a drunk driver turns an American family// upside down. So that you and yours 16 14. Virginia Michigan (1'3)l97( -)) 16
18 Southern Cal (S2-1 1 38 19
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might be spared some of this anguish, the agents and employees of Nationwide Insurance t 17 17. (lie. )1 Ohio Mtolesifipl Slat ((7-21((8-ij 31 31 11 18
19 louiwillt} (9-1-1. 27 17
20. SSoteI ((7-3 14 24 ..
to drive sober-always you see, we consider drunk driving a Nationwide problem. 21 Auburn ( 12 21
urge you 22.Texas MM fa-2'1 10 20
23. (lel)San Jolt Si t NR
23 (Me)Michigan St. (>H(63lj I 21
NAT I O N W I D E0.I N S U R A N C E 25 IIIt.not.Baylor raekdOhm (( 5 NR.

Nationwide Is on your side
receiving vow:Alabama, louM-
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I cross country team takes sixth at NCAABy

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as he earned All-America honors Mykytok led the Gators with a finished seventh in the meet with Villanova won the women's
CHERYL BOSSEN for 13th place. He finished the seventh-place finish of 30:31.: 235 points, and Kentucky finished championship with. 82 points,
Alligator Writer 10,000-meter race in a "These guys did an 11th with 279 points.Meanwhile ahead of Providence
The UF men's cross country career-best of 29 min outstanding job, UF ((172)), Clemson
team put the finishing touches on utes, 48 seconds. there isn't a whole lot women's runner ((204)), Cal-Irvine
its best season in school history Senior Mike LeV- more I can say," said Coralena Velsen fin- ((210)) and Oregon
with a sixth-place finish at the alle placed 40th in head coach John ished 76th among a ((221)).
NCAA Cross Country Champion 30:20: and sophomoreMike Webb. field of '179 runners.
ships Monday afternoon in Knox- Mykytok placed The University of Velsen, a sophomore, The men's team
43rd in 3020.: Chris Arkansas won the ran the 5,000metercourse compiled 106 points a
ville.The
Gators, who qualified for Wilson and Pat McD- team title with 68 in 17:33."Coralena: week ago in the Re-
the meet by winning the NCAA onough finished 70th points as three run- looked gion III meet, outdis-
"Region III Championships nine ((30:44): ) and 116th ners placed in the top good through the first tancing second-place
days ago,had their best-ever finishat ((32:00): ), respectively.All 13. Iowa State fin- mile hut she didn't finisher Tennessee
the NCAA Championship with five runners improved Middleman ished second with 96 have a good flow the Velsen by five points. Going
218 points. their times points. Southeasternfrom rest of the way,"said coach Monica into that meet, Tennessee ranked
Senior Dan Middleman led UF the Region III meet, where Conference champion Tennessee O'Reilly. No. 4 in the nation.




Basketball team


A/k/ p k. ""

to face BraziliansBy


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1kt MATT FOGLESON UF senior guard Renaldo Garcia
still is from
suffering a
"tytta Alligator Writer
t sprained thumb that caused himto
UF basketball coach Lon Kru- sit out the entire game against
ger says his team has been work- Athletes in Action.

ing to improve its zone defense, Though Garcia won't start tonight
patience and free-throws- sore he will see some action at
spots in last week's 86-77 exhibi- said.
point guard, Kruger
tion loss to Athletes in Action.
"I don't know that he's fully
Tonight Kruger will to
get see
recovered, but we expect him to
if the hard work off when
pays "
play at full speed, he said.
the Gators play a Brazilian tour-
ing team in the Gators final exhi- Kruger also said he expects to
use a vast assortment of lineupslike
bition
game at 7:30: in the
O'Connell he did last-game.
Center. The Gators
Against Athletes in Action,
will open the regular season Sat-
urday against the University of freshman guard Craig Brown
r South Florida in Tampa. played 19 minutes and scored six
"We've worked against the points off the bench, and fresh
r zone the last few days, and we man forward Martti Kuisma con
expect to look a little better," tributed 12 minutes and four
Kruger said after practice Mon- points.
day. "We've got to get the ball Four other reserves played, including
Pu ai. .y .9PY down inside and be a little more sophomore guard Scott
patient" Stewart, who was in for 11 min
Kruger said he will\ start the utes.The
ADRIAN DENNIS same lineup he used against Ath- Brazilian team,1-8 going
letes In Action. Dwayne Davis into Monday night's game against
Freshman forward Marttl Kuisma will be one of several young UF players who participate In tonight's will play center, Livingston Chat- Florida State, is led by forwards
I exhibition game against a Brazilian touring team. The game begins at 7:301n the O'Connell Center. man and Stacey Poole will\be the Booker Jones and Cicero Im-
The Gators open their regular season Saturday against the University of South Flolrida In Tampa. forwards and B.J. Carter and buzeiro who each average 13.8
Brian Hogan will be the guards. points a game.



I Gators climb into AP top five.; Notre Dame-is eighthAs I

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the race for the national title becomeseven by Miami ((7-2)), Georgia Tech ((9-0-1)) and to take that into consideration."If terceptions in the Cougars' loss to Oregon.
more convoluted, UF earned one first- Brigham Young ((9-1)). our schedule is tougher than Miami And UF, which is not eligible for a bowl
place vote and moved up a notch to No. 5 in Colorado received 45 first-place votes, and we've got a better record than Miami, because of NCAA probation, likely blew its
the Associated Press Top 25 Poll, the news Miami three, Georgia Tech eight and BYU it looks like we should be ranked ahead of chances for a national title in a 45-3 loss to
*" agency announced Monday.The two. UF and No. 6 Texas each had one. Miami. But I don't want to get into that Tennessee. ,

Gators, who beat Kentucky Saturday Florida State, the Gators' next opponent, promoting just yet. "I don't know who deserves it," Spurriersaid.
47-15, are in the top five for the first time is No. 8, followed by No. 9 Washington and The title picture is muddled. No. 1 Colorado "If we had a playoff, we wouldn't haveto
since January 1986, when UF finished No. 5 No. 10 Nebraska.Tennessee is ranked 14th, beat Missouri on a controversial fifth worry about it."
in AP's final poll. Mississippi 21st and Auburn 23rd. down, lost to Illinois and tied-Tennessee in Bromley, Brandon Injured
The regular season is almost over, and the Kickoff Classic. Offensive guard Chris Bromley and defen-
.TM Sharon Ginn still there is no clear-cut candidate for national Miami has two losses,one more than most sive tackle Mike Brandon were injured in
NOTEBOOKOF champion. UF coach Steve Spurriersaid of the other teams in the top 10. The Hurri- the Kentucky game, but probably will\ playin
he thinks a team's ranking should be canes lost to BYU on Sept. 8,yet BYU is two the Gators' Dec. 1 matchup(; with FSU,
reflected by the strength of its schedule. The spots below Miami in the poll. Spurrier said.Bromley .

Sporting News ranked UF's schedule the Georgia Tech, which beat top-ranked Vir- a senior who has started 25
((9-1)) moved up because top-ranked second-toughest in the country behind ginia two weeks ago, also has a blemish: a consecutive games, had surgery Sunday to
Notre Dame lost 24-21 to Penn State Satur- Notre Dame."I tie with unranked North Carolina. repair torn cartilage in his right knee. His
Jday.. The Fighting Irish are now No. 7. The just think the team with the toughest The Cougars haven't been perfect,either. status may not be known for seven to 10
Nittany Lions jumped seven spots to No. 11. schedule and the best record should be BYU's Ty Detmer is a leading candidate for

Colorado ((10-1-1)() ) is ranked first, followed I "first,?,Spurrier\ said.i ,"I'm.sure! the:/voters? ,try' ,the: ,Heisman Trophy,.but_he, threw, five !in see. Notebook, page 14