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I Campus condom sales steady after first year I I



I 1,318 sold in last two months; dormitory sales highestBy I." '.' .. .... '.' '. .. ...'.nM"" '. .>> .'. 'v".,........,., ".... ',.v.-- ,,,.,

DEBBIE CENZIPER rooms accounted for 87 percentof would evaluate the machines' Campus condom sales increase
sales. The single busiest ma- locations and decide where the
Alligator Staff Writer Although condom sales aren't UF administrators
as high as
chine in either month was in the busiest spots are.
Almost a year after the battle Jennings Hall men's bathroom, The machines were installed planned, officials say it's too soon to predict success or failure.In .
for campus condom machines, where 78 condoms were boughtin after a November 1989 recom- September, 557 condoms were sold, and in October, 761
contraceptives are selling steadilyand October. mendation from UF's AIDS and condoms were sold.September.
with little fanfare in 22 UF The top-selling women's bath- HIV Infection Task Force. Pub- 1990 October 1990
bathrooms.The room was the Union's second- licly displaying condoms on
machines, installed in Jan- floor location, where 33 condomswere bathroom walls would remind Athletic Athletic
uary, dispense Prime lubricated bought in October. The students about the dangers of Association Association
condoms for 50 cents in five dor- same machine made no sales in sexually transmitted diseases, I0/
mitories, the Reitz Union and the September.A task force members decided. I I I I Aeteil
UF Health Science Center. total of 1,318 condoms were The task force had made the ( I Outlets" R.mN
Condoms also are sold over the bought from machines and over same recommendation twice 18K C+udels
counter at campus 'conveniencespots the counter during the two before,but former UF President pelateatr r 26%,
Marshall Criser said students I I I 'TI IMlw"Iw .
and the Campus Shop and months. Administrative Affairs I I 1 1 I I 1 .i"NIM.la11r1} 1 .
Bookstore.The Associate Vice President Ed Pop- wouldn't use the machines. Administrators .talolwtnrelwprslele

five dorms led the campus pell said it's still too soon to tell if also shied away Health erAiwt rug ,A aal0 tcq.utJelrta"1M1i Health )III, II 11P,1vJN
with 266 machine sales in September those numbers equal success for from the machines, saying they Center 1 t uMMMw11'IMYM IaWW"IMM AyI1eA'LR 11q I"t: l center it I,,II I ''W'jII ,
and October. Murphree Hall the project."I would make UF look as if it were H MA il"11(IrININ1Mfp11"IM T39'. i'''III,y %,
had 151 sales, the most in that think we're optimistic that promoting sex. f1Me1aNIMM1A"Aln-IAttdl ktaal.ll+ I''r ..I IGI 9 di''I'I' N

two-month stretch. Yon Hall, Individuals thought it out and Campus officials gave the
the men's athletic dormitory,had used them," said Poppell. final OK after a poll revealed 85 Retail Outlets include on.campus convenience stores and the campus
the lowest total with eight pur- Poppell said distinct selling percent of students were sexually bookstore.
chases. trends this time Source UF Adminmrallvt, Affaire, Office
may develop by active and only 20 percent .", 'n ,_.. ,_,__,,,,n.. .
Campuswide, men's bath- next year. Until then, he said he used condoms.




I FUR PROTEST Stampede mars FSU ticket sales



.O+ If' UF ticket officials consider switching to lottery systemBy H


MATTHEW SAUER Browne said Tuesday he agrees with that was scared.

fie er e Alligator Writer Holloway's appraisal of the system and "It's amazing that no one was In-
that a lottery would be a potential jured," he said. "I 1 almost wish some-
trE Students stampeded the stadium solution. body had been hurt because it would
t ticket office Tuesday for passes to the "I 1 don't like the way it's done now," have brought attention to the prob-
c til, Gators' final game of the season, Browne said. "It's unsafe, frustratingand lem."
prompting ticket officials to consider needs to be Improved. Any
changing sales methods.Bill changes would probably need (Stu- UF police spokeswoman Angie
Tipton said officers tried to dispersethe
Holloway, athletic ticket man- dent Government's) support."
crowd before opening the
gates
ager, said Tuesday that a lottery sys- UF economics senior David Rhett because of the crowd's size and com-
tem may be one answer to the Damon, 21, waited outside Gate 13 plaints from Yon Hall about the noiseit
difficulties students have purchasing Tuesday for tickets and said more than was producing."It .
Florida State or Georgia football tick- 800 people charged through the gate
ets. when officials opened it for the was a spontaneous gathering,
"I've come to the conclusion that morning's sales. and there was no provision for lining
there's a better method to (sell tick- "While we were waiting outside,the the crowd up in an orderly manner,"
STEPHANIE SOMMER ets)," Holloway said. "With the lottery crowd literally turned into a mob," Tipton said. "We had complaints that
Santa Fe Community College student Shawn Rogers system, each student interested in Damon said. "When the gates opened, there were boom boxes and a lot of
I joins local activists in an anti-fur protest Tuesday in tickets would get a number, and a people ran in and bottlenecked in the yelling and screaming."
front of the Oaks Mall. The protest was part of the computer would randomly pick those (exit) to the stands. People were yell- A spokeswoman for the ticket office
nationwide "Fur-Free Friday 1990." who would get tickets." ing and screaming, and it was then I said alii 1,500 FSU tickets were sold by
Student Body President Michael realized that I wasn't the only person about 9:30: a.m. Tuesday


I UF recycling program honored but still growing .

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By JACK REJTMAN about 28 percent of its total solid to taxpayers."I'm enough so that people can refill and Goofys."
WriterUF's waste. And monthly recycling totals convinced that within an- them," Krause said. "I 1 know that'sa Krause said UF wants bins that
Alligator have increased by 10 percent other 12 months we'll be recyclingmore point of irritation on campus." will blend with their surroundings."We .

fledgling recycling program since January, Krause said. than 40 percent of our total And until Physical Plant engi- don't want Alachua french
received the 1990 Davis Productivity waste stream," Krause said Tues- neers design a bin that is both fries
on of
Award Tuesday, but These promising totals day."I'd stake my reputation on it." practical and attractive, the situa- per se," he every said.corner campus,
campus recycling director Al prompted Florida TaxWatch, a Despite UF's progress, Krauseis tion won't improve.
nonprofit, private organization, to But Krause said this obstacle
Krause said the school is far from finding it difficult to meet the
fulfilling its goal.According reward the school's two-year-old demand for "We want something that's won't stop him from working with
recycling recyclingbins.
recycling program. The productivity readily recognizable by students students who want to recycle. And
to this year's statis- award recognizes state programs and fairly easily accessible," although he has limited resources,
tics, UF averages about 361 tons ofcp5c1ed that significantly Improve "Our biggest sore point is that Krause said."In Disney World,you
material each month, public services with no extra cost we can't empty containers fast see the recycling bins as Mickeys see Recycling page 5


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2, ALLIGATOR. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21.1990'

I SAPP's Pawn 8 Gun $2* ToBy's Comer $z4Sunday

WHAT'S HAPPENINGUnite
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"Full line of Firearms J0J51btttNaae7lasza tlrararpo'ra
: Campus Organized Against day and Friday afternoons at 4:30: in sell pottery, jewelry, ornaments, i to ,W 3m CMr MM
Rape will meet Nov. 26 in Reitz Union the Women's Gym. The club pre toys, T-shirts, rugs, quilts, baskets, I 111 NW 6th St 373-5655 ** to Hfilnt tjflm WontCPI

Room 357. Everyone is Invited. Call sents free self-defense classes for UF leather goods and much more. Call

3775487. students, faculty and staff. Call Ericat Kathleen at 392-2378.

Gone fishing: The UF Canoe and 376-9570. Race: Entry forms for the Air photo finish

Rafting Club WILL NOT meet to Volunteers needed: The Alachua Force's annual charity road race are e1 g,
night. Call 3732979.Let County Crisis Center needs Crisis available at Joe's Deli on West University

them eat turkey: The Hare Line Counselors. Volunteers will be Avenue, Lloyd Clarke Sports, %
Krishna Student Center presents a provided with 50 hours training in Gainesville Health and Fitness, and 50
!
"Happy Turkey Thanksgiving Din suicide and crisis intervention. Call Van Fleet HalL The race will be held Save
ner" tomorrow afternoon at 4:30: at 372-3659. Dec. 1 and will start in the O'Connell

214 NW 14th St. A $3 donation is Break a leg:The Reitz Union Program Center parking lot. Proceeds go to on color processing & 4x6 prints
requested. Please call Daru or Yaduat Council and the Gator Outdoor the March of Dimes. Entry fee is $8
336-4183. Recreation Program will sponsor a before Nov. 29 and $10 the day of the Each picture is the best it can be

Save the planet: The Environ week of skiing in Breckenridge, race. Each participant will receive a or we reprint it free. now!
mental Affairs Cabinet meets Colo.Jan. 1-8.The trip costs$650 for T-shirt Call Lt. Ramos at 392-0434 or _
Wednesday afternoons at 5 in the students and $725 for nonstudentsand 336-9886. Developing J Christmas CPI Film Sale!

Student Government office in the Re- includes round-trip airfare from Get some support: Parents 1'5 SAVE 25'" I

itz Union. Call Shawn at 334-8025. Jacksonville to Denver, seven nights Anonymous, a free, confidential support % off
I disagree: The UF Speech and condominium accommodations; a group for parents, meets in I II when you buy 3 or more roll
Debate Team meets Wednesday five-day lift ticket for Breckenridge, Gainesville Monday evenings. For I regular one-hour price I Example. Price ((35mm.34..,.) I
.
nights at 7 in Dauer Room 347. Both Copper Mountain and Keystone or meeting times,1-800-FLA-LOVE.. No Ulllil oa number of roll-..... IOder 3 100 ASA 66.OSirH.MIT)
applies to fim set or color print only. I 300 ASA 87.85 tea e1o sit)
traveling and non-traveling teams Arapahoe Basin; bus transportation; I I ,,"nllength.varies not combinable with Him.fie with. C41 other/In lab I Iproctu Rolls 400ASA..ss.75iretstel: : : : : :, I
need to attend. Call Shawn at 334- and all taxes and service charges.Call What's Happening is free public- processing' and print 011... I I auy' 3 or more rolls of 35aun cpt color print rim
I eo..poo......tIIrou&b rob. 2. 111II1I | ,,2 al m J6=" uresl'end get as'lo oft tile resins,
8025. 3921655. service space The Alligator providesto pore lob ::100 end 40018k 01"
CPt finish.... or match.Not eomblnaale' with other rum offersm
Be strong: The Judo Club meets Christmas shopping already?: local organizations wishing to announce 110llXI01i --- -Q _1 sale ends.. Dee.!24. 1990.as I
Monday and Wednesday nights at 6 The Reitz Union Arts and Crafts Center upcoming events. The announcements -. bsur.0-photo/ -n.'III'ne'' -' enWgemems.repfnu. .aoubk prints I
_,tasuuhIat. .....photon Instant color.passport photos video lr.rtarer copies. from prints'camera she
in the Women's Gym. Call Kevin at presents its annual Holiday Craft are printed on a rassone. Dint

336-8159 or Lori at 3369452.Selfdefense Sale Dec. 6-7 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. space-available basis, in random or- I I

: The Isshinryu Ka- on the second floor of the Reitz Un der and, when necessary, are edited or Oaks Mall Ruby Tuesday entrance
rate Club meets Monday, Wednes- ion. Local and out-of-state artists will cut randomly.
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I Defense League to help dormitory residents I



By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI man said. just a small part of our job." Defense League plans to advise stu-
Alligator Writer He said he wants to work with UFs Divi- Diane Waryold, coordinator of residential dents brought before the board, except in
sion of Housing to solve problems with the judicial programs, said the resident cases involving drug possession, Schuckman
UF students brought before dormitory way the boards operate. assistant's job is to write down the facts ofa said."There.
conduct boards can find help with their One of the Defense League's objectives is violation and not to pass judgment.
defense from the new Conduct Board De- to give students a voice in their defenses. "It's students educating students throughthe are certain things we don't wantto
fense League. This would allow students a chance to disciplinary process," she said, addingshe touch" because we're ethically opposed to
The Defense League, established last counter the resident assistants' arguments. wants to stay away from legal terms them, he said.
week, is composed of eight students who "They don't like being called prosecutors because that will take away from the conduct But students charged with pranks will find
have either served on the conduct board or ," Schuckman said. "But a staff memberwill boards' educational value. "We don't wantto help from the league.
have been brought before it. \ be taken as more credible than a stu- turn it into a legal circus."
Greg Schuckman, the Defense League's dent." But Waryold said she has no problem if "It's the students that do the ridiculous
founder and chairman, said the group was Some resident assistants believe the new students choose to have an adviser presentat things" the pranking that get" writtenup
organized to protect students' rights in the group will\ cause more problems than it the hearings.The he said. "I think that'stupid.! .

conduct board process. The boards hear solves. conduct boards heard 345 cases last Students wanting help from the Defense
cases involving violations of dormitory pol "You're going to put the RA's in an advi- year for offenses such as fire-code violations League can leave a message for Schuckmanin
icy."We sory role,"said Beaty Towers resident assis- and underage drinking. The boards presideover the Student Senate Office on the Keitz
want to make sure it's fair," Schuck- tant Carolyn Kluwe. The documentation is the 6,400 students who live on campus. Union's third floor.certificate.



Cocaine stolen from safe

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at Health Science Center .

UP police are investigatingthe pharmacodynamics depart-
apparent theft of 12 grams ment, reported the missing co- Dl
of cocaine from a safe in the UF caine on Monday, according to a Rd
Health Science Center, police police reports.

spokeswoman Angie Tipton Katovich could not be
said .
Tuesday.The reached Tuesday for comment.
cocaine was 100 percent
pure pharmaceutical cocaine The cocaine was last seen
used for medical purposes and. Oct. 5 in the compartment of a R1p >
was valued at$446,Tipton said. safe in the health center's room

Michael Katovich, a UF pro- P509, Tipton said.

fessor and chairman ,of theStudents MATTHEW SAUER

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I citizens p r 1



rally for homelessBy Stand your ground NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR

Members of the Gator Guard Drill team perform a drill exhibition outside Turlington Hall I

CHRISTINA BREDA are unaware of the scope of the Tuesday.
Writer homeless problem in Gainesville,
Alligator and the association hoped to make

About 30 people,mostly law stu- people realize that anyone can be-
dents, huddled together in the come homeless."I Pets need special holiday care I
cold Monday night, much like want everyone to leave here
many of the homeless people they feeling that anyone has the poten-
were rallying to support.They had tial to be homeless," Brown said. Humane Society: Turkey bones especially dangerousBy
their choice of a typical soup APIL Vice President Bruce
kitchen dinner of cheese sand- Lasky said the group initially DAN WINE once worked on a dog after it had signed by a licensed vet-
eaten a five-pound bag of M&M's. erinarian.
wiches or peanut butter and jelly wanted to camp out in the law Alligator Writer '
She had to the stomachto
sandwiches. school plaza overnight, but the pump dog's With lots of people coming and
Morris and Fido be of save its life.
may part
Students and concerned citi- administration would not allow it going, the holidays are an oppor-
the family, but pet owners should When given the opportunity,
for tune time for to unnoticedand
raise security pets
\ to reasons. go
zens gathered awareness
not let their pets indulge in the dogs tend to eat too much choco-
and show support for the more Lasky said that although the escape, Wright said. This
human pleasures of the holiday late, Smith said, and chocolate can
than three million homeless na- association addresses other public makes it important for pets to have
season, a Humane Society of the cause accelerated heart rates and
tionwide and the growing numberof problems, they picked this weekto United States official says. possible intestinal problems in current identification tags.
homeless in Gainesville.The homelessness because
target Giving dogs and cats a share of both dogs and cats.
That Smith said if
way, someone
the holi-
Association for Public Inter- awareness peaks during
the Thanksgiving turkey is not a Poisonous plants such as poin- finds a pet, the animal shelter can
est Law held the rally to raise day season. good idea, said Phyllis Wright, settias and mistletoe also should be trace the tag number back to the
about the plight of the The Rev. William of
Mayberry
awareness HSUS vice president for compan- kept away from pets. .
homeless APIL Special Events Pleasant Hill Church told owner.If
Baptist ion animals.
People often give pets as gifts,
Brown said.
Chairperson Cindy see Homeless, page 4I Turkey bones a treat owners especially during the holidays. But pet owners leave town and
Brown said law students largely may think their pets will enjoy Smith said giving a pet to someoneis can't take their animals with them,
are especially dangerous, Wright not a good idea "unless the per- Smith said they should find some-

I I Crew concert postponedThe I said. son is really aware of the responsi- one reliable to care for their pets,
: "'Thighleg and breast bones can bility of owning a pet." and that person should know the
.controversial 'Miami- The tickets cost $9.50 before splinter after they are ingested Instead, acquiring a pet shouldbe veterinarian's phone number in
based rap group' 2 Live Crew the show and$11.50 at the door. she said. 'The pieces can become a family decision, Smith said, case of an emergency.
its Tuesday' night lodged in the animal's throat or and plans should be made before
concert postponed because of an illness in Tenly said Central City man, perforate the intestines." the animal is brought home. Wright says the best treat peoplecan
i group member's family, a ,agement was- told about the cancellation Turkey meat and fat in excessive Things to consider include who will give their pets over the holi-
'/Central City manager said.: by 2 Live Crew amounts can be difficult for pets to be responsible for feeding, exercis- days is a few minutes of special
has been management' Tuesday afternoon digest and also can cause illness, ing and cleaning up after the pet. attention.
The concert re-
Brother Marquis, a rap- according to the Alachua County Cost is another factor the nec-
scheduled for Nov. 29, Central
Eileen Tenly said per in the group,is staying with Humane Society's pet-care guide- essary shots can be expensive. "It's important to make your pet
i City manager his mother at a Miami hospital lines. also should be feel
Tuesday Tickets sold for Smith said people special during holiday gather-
''Tuesday's show will be ac- 'where she .was scheduled to Susan Smith, a cruelty investigator aware of a law that was amendedOct. ings," Wright said. "If he is com-
cepted for the rescheduled date undergo surgery,.Tenly said. with the Alachua County Hu- 1 that requires all cats and fortable with his surroundings, he

or ,refunded, by Tlcketmaster.. -MIKE BRUSCELL mane Society, says chocolate is dogs sold in Florida by pet dealersto may be less likely to become fright-
another "no-no." Smith said she be accompanied by an inspectionThe ened or run away."


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(UPI) Gwen Margolis of North Lawmakers still could accept meals to be eaten at Leasing ex
Miami was installed as the first woman to preside over a single sitting. But the reforms were intended to halt 11 cn3 37 234
the Florida Senate Tuesday as the Legislature reor- practices that have led Gov. Bob Martinez to appointa 1 & 2 BR Furn/Unfurn/ f loiri la!>t l 431 Nw
ganized and took up a package of ethics reforms. special prosecutor to review legislative ethics. 3 Pools 3 Laundries Now 3 locations! 23rd 375-1234 Avenue
Lawmakers were going ahead with a vote on the Margolis was elected 23-17 by reconstituted Flexible Leases
ethics reforms, ignoring a request by Gov.-elect Law- state Senate.Then Sen.Jim Scott of Fort Lauderdale, Roses Newt IjoaHum: '
ton Chiles to wait and consider campaignfinancereform the Republican leader, suggested making Margolis' Close to Campus 34lh 2122 Street I SW
at the same time. The House approved the selection unanimous,and the full Senate agreed amida Ceiling Fans $1495// 36th Street 111e1.
reforms 119-0 in an afternoon vote. standing ovation on the Senate floor and galleries. Doz 336-1234
Chiles made the best of it, noting that on Monday "This is a new day in the Florida Senate," Margolissaid. 378-3771
legislative leaders agreed to eliminate loopholes crit- 9-4:30: M-F Cutting Cocaineis
ics said would permit lawmakers to evade intended "It was not easy for me to reach this historic 999-1001 SW 16th Ave. like cutting your wrist.
restrictions on gift-giving by special interests. moment, but I think you know that easy is not in my
That's their right,to go forward and make improve- vocabulary,and I caution anyone who thinks the next IIIAJAJ IfIfIIIIAJ
ments," Chiles told reporters.But two years will be easy." ll 'l
he added, "When we get finished studying, we On the House side, T.K. Wetherell of Daytona EVERY NIGHT
might want to make some further improvements," Beach was formally installed as speaker. He decidedto ,

including campaign-finance reform. forgo the traditional speech outlining his goals for 69 V DINNER, .
The revised ethics bill bans gifts worth$100 or more the next two years.
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the use of force against Iraq's Saddam Hussein the U.N. context."
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action on a new U.N. resolution was unlikely. outright Soviet backing for a force resolution, Bush BASIC BOOKS
Speaking at the close of a second day of consult- sounded his own new note of patience, telling reporters
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Marlin Fitzwater said Conference and in ANN BURDEN JOHNSON. OUT OF BEDLRM; 1
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timetable set for introduction of such a measure, private with Turkish President Turgut Ozal and patients from our state Imagination ol American
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For now, the United States will focus on contactingthe Asked if he was seeking Turkey's support for sucha PAUL BREINES. TOUGH JEWS; Jr\
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everybody on board with the same conclusions," he States are sidebyside in this," Bush told reporters.
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required to take a national competency examinationto president of the Committee for Economic Develop- policy has been shaped'commitWorld by of American hospitals' 'from
certain enduring War I to the preaent.
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ing, four business leaders testified that America's To establish confidence in student achievement, IN HERLTH;
competitiveness is being jeopardized by a generationof Kolberg said all students, by the age of 16, should be AMERICAN HOSPITALS IN THE TWENTIETH ;.
children leaving high school without a firm graspof able to pass a national competency examination."The CENTURY. $12.95. PRPER.
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page 3 Bob Tancig, director of St. Fran- actually are children. ON SUNDAYS FROM 10:00: 1'0:00:
cis House, a Gainesville homeless Greg Martinson, a law student
the group most people treat the shelter, also spoke to the group. In who attended the rally, said stu- UNIVERSITY & THIRTEENTH -
homeless as nobodies. He said an interview afterward,he said that dents are aware of the homeless
many people ignore the homeless UF students have been involved problem but don't want to do any-
problem just as they ignore home- with the organization since it first thing about it.
less people they see on the street. began and that fraternities, sorori- "There's so many apathetic peo-
"More protests are being doneto ties and other student groups area ple," Martinson said. "I think CAN'T PAY
protect trees and buildings and very important part of the pro- they're aware,but they feel they're -a
animals than to help the home- gram. powerless to do anything about it."
less," Mayberry said. Tancig said the shelter, which Dawn Koren, president of Col- THE ,PIPER?
relies mostly on volunteer help, lege Democrats, said the commu-
He said people must learn to turns away more than 500 peoplea nity does not do enough to help Find aJob in the

view homelessness as society'sproblem year because of lack of space. He homeless people. Alligator classifieds( and
rather than a specialinterest said families make about 30
up "As long as there is one American -
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NOVEMBER' ?"1,1990<\AIJJGATOR,5

RECYCLINGfrom Krause said. But now UF will pay for their

SG cabinet page 1 programs.

\ UF's effortsto Krause said that this semester he has focused "We took" over to provide continuity and
regularity! he said.
on three campus areas.

seeks to shape recycleIn FRATERNITIESKrause DORMITORIESSome

dormitory areas are recycling Independently -
J scheduled a Tuesday night meet- by floor or by building,but by the
ing with representatives from on-campus end of the semester Krause said he
1990, UF has recycled 28 hopesall
UF fraternities
to discuss UPs
extending recycl-
recyclingBy .percent of its total waste, ing program to the houses on FraternityRow. campus living areas will be part of UFs

equaling about 361 tons program.

JACK REJTMAN each month. The following is "Only two people showed up; the rest Yulee Resident Assistant Michael Murphy

Alligator Writer a monthly breakdown of recycled were suffering from the Thanksgivingblues a management senior, worked with
Although student involvement in UF's recycling items and t their per ," Krause said after the meeting. He UF's Division of Housing and Physical Plantto

program is no longer in the dumps, the director of centage of the school's total said many students already had gone home set up a primarily student-run program in
Student Government's"Hippie Cabinet"said Tuesday recycling effort. for the holiday,and he plans to have another his dormitory area earlier this month.
UF still has several environmental issues to work out. meeting next week.
Environmental Cabinet Director Jill Price said the Although several fraternities already are Murphy joined Krause and Housing Di-
Cabinet, which was created last spring by Student Hem Tons'Percent recycling some materials, Krause wants all rector James Grimm to set up aluminum can
Body President Michael Browne, was jokingly nick on-campus houses to participate in the pro- recycling boxes on each floor of the Yulee
named the "Hippie Cabinet" because it tackles environmental gram. Area dormitories. Campus dormitories also
Issues. But it more closely resembles a "I'm trying to provide a means so we can recycle paper."Students .
campus Environmental Protection Agency, she said."We're do it all under one umbrella," he said.
like the EPA of Student Government.We'renot \ 188 52% Interfraternity Council President Tom realize recycling is the way of
a civil disobedience group, we can't be that way," Yard O Santilli, an industrial engineering graduate the future, so why not start now?" Murphysaid.
Price said. "But that's why I think these programsfall Waste student, said Tuesday he has favored the "We're hoping if it's successful that it
along these lines." idea since Krause suggested it to him a few can spread to all the other dormitories."

Price said she is encouraged by the Cabinet's weeks ago."Most .
progress and UFs overall recycling efforts. of the fraternities are positive about Jill Price, Student Government's Environ-
"We're well it,"Santilli said."Since we went to the BYOB mental Affairs Cabinet director, lives in the
doing tremendously considering (re- 179,1] 22%
I think there will Yulee Area and is in of
cycling) started in 1988," Price said. "But we can be 0 policy", be a lot of beer charge her floor's
doing a lot more." cans. recycling effort. She said she plans to work
As a result of the Bring Your Own Beer with Murphy to spread the program to all
Price said her group's 35 members spent last
policy,kegs have been replaced by sixpacksat the dormitories.
month surveying the campus to map existing aluminum

paper and plastic recycling bins so they could Santilli fraternity said parties.the fraternities are interestedin Price said the UF recycling changes are

pinpoint The Cabinet's areas that immediate need bins.plans include workingwith El j38a9,9; 11 % recycling cans and would like to discuss ironic because she had planned to suggest

UFs Physical Plant and Custodial Services to 0 whether they also can recycle paper. But some of the same ones to Physical Plant.
Masonry Santilli said the decision
will hinge on how
expand the school's recycling program to all dormitories
While the Yulee
Murphy was organizing
close the recycling bins are to fraternity
and fraternities.The
the Environmental Cabinetwas
doorsteps."If pilot program,
Cabinet eventually would like to create a
it's too convenient the conducting a campus recycling surveyto
not fraternities
recycling video for the dormitories' Channel 8, and find out where extra collection bins
might not take Santilli said. were
, a recycling guide to give to students at Preview so. 43.5 12% Krause said part have to needed. Price said dormitories were one of
to
they'll
come some
they will know where to take garbage, Price said. sort of compromise."We the weakest links in UFs recycling chain.
She also said the Cabinet plans to examine other Metal
possible problem areas, such as toxic waste, as part need to find a way to get them close She also said she plans to present Physical
enough to the fraternities to make it
conve-
of a full-scale environmental audit. But Price is delay Plant and Custodial Services with a proposalin
nient and close enough to the curb that we'll
the audit until she receives step-by-step guide-
ing the next few weeks to centralize and
lines from the national Student Environmental Action have access to them, he said.
expand recycling.
Commission. She said it will be one of the Cabinet'smore [ 1111,3 3% Although Krause also is interested in off- campus
recycling, he said UF is concentrating
-
tasks."We're Waste campus
important "Our main target is going to try to fix the
f hopefully setting up a goal for future environmental Water first on Fraternity Row houses. residence halls," she said.
! directors to follow, in which they will Several off-campus fraternities use the
I annually audit UF to make sure It's environmentallysound city's Big Blue recycling program. Under Price's plan, dormitory resident
," Price said. "We have the potential to be a assistants will become"recycling czars"and
model campus, environmentally." 101 Jess

Other future Cabinet projects include a manatee 1 Although UF's four married housingareas
! adoption program for grade school students sponsored "J than 0 had been successfully recycling paper, "We think it should be an RA-they have
I by local businesses. The Cabinet also plans to Aluminum plastic and glass on their own for more thana the keys and could put a recycling bag or
I bring a Florida panther to campus to promote the year, they joined UF's program Friday, box in each room and have a drop-off site
r animal's importance and to have local artists and Krause said. on each floor," Price said."We want to makeit
Source UF Plant
grade school students create a temporary panther : Physical Those programs were run totally by volunteers as easy as possible for people in residence
mural. who paid all the costs themselves, halls."
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6.ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21,1990OPINIONS


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he &our us had nothing io do

With decision[ to protect

him,..

OK, you're about to rush out.of town so you can be
home for the traditional turkey dinner. We're on our way

too. But before we left, we wanted to make sure you

don't miss anything while you're gone, so we printed an
early edition of this week's...


Darts & laurels


DART to the Supreme Court for refusing to lift a ban

on Cable News Network's recordings of conversations be- V, 'Ah
tween Manuel Noriega and his lawyers.

This is a touchy case for us. We advocate a responsible -

press, and for that reason, we would hope CNN
would voluntarily choose not to air the tapes because '
they might endanger Noriega's right to a fair trial. IA1t.t rACol3STPfUT I S

But while we don't agree with the broadcasting of the

tapes, we also don't agree with prior restraint of the me-
dia. Unfortunately, it looks like the Court didn't agree
with us. Be thankful for all you are,, have

LAUREL to UF Provost Andrew Sorensen for makinga -
While visiting my home one weekend, I could not
commitment to the AIDS and HIV Infection Task Forceto help but notice a problem that is becoming a regular fr Mark Raines
find more money for the group's campus educationand occurrence in the United States. Driving down the LIFE
presentations.The highway, I saw two examples of this dilemma.I GOES ONif
task force has had some difficulty trying to I first saw a van with the back.doors open. Three
stretch its two-year budget of only $6,000 far enough to children and an expectant mother were in and around one of these people was lucky enough to have a
the van. The father was standing by a sign that read: place to stay for the night, what about tomorrow?
educate 34,000 students about AIDS and its effects.We're .
"Will work for food." Packed on top of the van was Who's going to give them a job? Sure, there is help
glad to see that Sorensen, known for his work in what appeared to be all the family's belongings. available from Red Cross and Goodwill, but they can
AIDS research, is trying to strengthen this valuable About a mile down the road, I saw a man walkingby do only so much with so little funding.

group. the beach. The man's clothes were torn. His skin Individually, we cannot wipe out the problems of
DART to President George Bush for so quickly dis- was dark and gnarled by the sun. The expression on the homeless and the poor. But there are things we,
missing Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's promise to re- his face lacked any real emotion. He held a sign that as students,can do to help.When there is a food driveon
lease all remaining foreign hostages starting Christmas stated: "Need work real BAD!"' campus, donate a few cans. Don't give only the
In this day and age,one just passes by these people. cans you hate, like yellow beans or spinach, but give
Day.The Some people feel sorry for them. Others think these good food like stew and canned meats. When you
White House said Hussein's promise is just an- roadside people are pathetic. outgrow clothes, don't throw them away or sell themat
other ploy. Granted, Hussein hasn't exactly proven him- The ones who feel sorry for the vagrants would not agarage sale.Take old clothes to the Salvation Armyor
self to be the most trustworthy person, but couldn't ,dare stop to help. Who blames them? There are too Goodwill. Are toys from your childhood still in the
many sick people in the world. back of your closet? Donate them as well. The toys
Bush just accept the dictator's promise without com-
you no longer need or want could make a little boy or
Some people feel the disadvantaged cause their own
ments that only make the situation worse?
girl happy on Christmas morning.
situation. Once, while riding in a car with a friend, very .
After Hussein's announcement, Bush said he's hopingfor both of us saw a man on the roadside holding the same Thanksgiving is an especially hard time for the
peace, but he's leaving open the prospect of war. Dis- type of sign. The driver suggested we throw cans of homeless. Many churches and organizations offer
missing Hussein's promise doesn't sound to us like Bushis lima beans to the man. What a sick thing to say.I Thanksgiving dinners to those less fortunate. Insteadof
pursuing a diplomatic end to the Persian Gulf crisis. I cannot imagine living like these people who de- watching a football game or a parade, donate an
LAUREL to the University Senate for agreeing to dis- pend on the kindness of others for the basic necessitiesof hour or two of your time to help serve at one of these
life. I treasure the roof over my head. I value all my dinners. While serving the turkey and dressing, take
cuss.a resolution that urges Bush and state leaders to possessions. I love a good hot mea!. I highly value the the time to talk to the people eating it. Their back-
avoid a conflict in the Gulf. ability to receive a college education. Because I love grounds and stories will amaze you.You will discover
The proposal asks leaders to exhaust all legal methodsand the vitality of life, I think I can understand the feelingof that most of them are not the cause of their own
search for compromises with Iraq.. If the Senate, not having that vitality. No human being should situation. Often, they are merely victims of society.
made up of UF faculty, approves the resolution Dec. 3, have to be degraded this way. It is truly barbaric. Tomorrow, when you are sharing Thanksgivingdinner
copies will be mailed to President George Bush, U.S. What's to be done? There must be a better way for with family and friends, be thankful you are
people to receive help. I am sure there are places they not a roadside person, and say a prayer for those who
Sens. Bob Graham and Connie Mack and U.S. Rep. Cliff
can to bath and
go take a. spend a night, although
Stearns. many of these establishments probably are full. Even are.Mark Raines is a UF telecommunications, junior.
The resolution may not'go far toward ending the Gulf -
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
crisis, but we're glad to'see faculty working to give UF a
'I voice in this international situation. Hussein's fears ing Israel, a racist country'that is withdraw from Kuwait? Bush and
carrying out physical and cultural members of Congress have madeit
are for his countryEditor genocide on Palestinians? clear that.withdrawal is not
alligator Why didn't we invade"Syria for enough we must eliminate
Editor : Many American people their 14 years of infiltrating, under- Hussein.
Judy A. Plunkett need to reconsider the crisis in the mining,terrorizing and now annex- Hussein clearly stated on a re-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Middle East.Wasn't ing Cm effect) Lebanon? cent CNN telecast that he did not
Why did we break international fear war. He fears more for justice
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline'ReslierLett. '
Kuwait created from law with our naked aggression in and, self-determination free from
... Iraqi land by Western interests af- 1986 bombing Libya for terror Western"world order"for his coun-
Policy ter World War II? Didn't we help ism in Germany?The Syrians -
Letters to the editor should' not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be were try..
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include e typed name address and telephone the "naked aggression" of the Zi- later found to be the culprits. -not
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. It you have any questions call onists upon Palestine in 1948 and the Libyans. Karim Manasia
the editorial page editor at 3764458. in subsequent wars? Aren't we aid- Why should. Saddam Hussein 7LS



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may run for any length of ti.ne Vaulted ceilings, washer/dryer/ dishw 27.5.1Serious
and be cancelled at time. Customer error or changes: garden window, walk.in closet $425 POLOS F n/., own bedroom/bath/ ,
any Corrections must be made in person at month + utilities Call 336.8612' 11.29. washer/dryer/ furnished or unfurnished m student for clean rm in Ig
Sorry but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. 5-2 $255 + 1/3 util Lots of extras Call 336 7bd/2ba upstairs apt 3blks to UF 1616'

for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee 7866 Iv. message 11.3D.7.4 NW 3 Ave, $160/mo' / + sec + lease, no
PETS OKIIII pets 495.9024. 124105,
Special 1 bedroom apt wyard. 2 miles from campus 1 yr old huge 2 bdr//
microwave paddle fan, gas heat ft a/c 2 1/2 ba condo in Casablanca W. 2- .WANT TO MOVE OUT?* Eamjtmmtneededl !
$249/mo./ 373-5018 11-30.8-2 story, privacy Only $500/mo Avail Dec Share nice 3bdrm apt own ma..
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. 20. 3350442. 11 .2954 terbdrm&ba, $195/mo. Call Cindy 334
ALOHA GARDEN APTS 7824. 112755
1 FURNISHED INCREDIBLE 3 br 2 ba, $545 per mon plus a free New Available Spring In Gainesville Garden
Efficiency Apt Year week vacatibn on Daytona Beach on Townhouses walking distance to UF, Need F roommate for own bedroom in
Starting at $185 USl, 377-0555. 12.14.16.2MOBILE across from Tlgert Own room for F In S Wmdmeadows l90/mo, available January
Housing Available blk to UF, coed coop Starting at $235 /2 BedroomMEAOOWCREST bdr/2/ ba apt $175/mo + ulil 3780657. Call now 336-4136' 125105'
all util paid Inc. ae, 10 meals weekly, 11.30.S.4
parking, laundry, $210 per mo, C.l.O. 110 NW 39th Ave STOP READINGI I This Is Female roommate
117 NW 15th St. 377-4289.' 1214621 378.3988 HOMES: Sublease spacious 1 bd// 1 ba apt near wanted Ownbedrm&ba. wash/dry,
375-3861 Law School. Bike to UF, Safe, area 1/2 util, $ 80/mo. Call 3360550 leave
OAKBROOK 2/2 furn and unfurn. Roommate 121478.2 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Camelot Apts Avail. immediately Reg message 11.28.5.5
matching avail Wash/dry From $389/mo, rent now $360/mo/ obo. Nov.
$16250 Diversified Properties, REAL SOUTHFORK OAKS 2 BR 1 1.5 BATH In Farmsrentals from $260 Incl free Call 336.6262 after 8 pm. 11.29.5. Liberal F/M for own room In apt 2 bike to
TOR. 373.9375 or 3789090. 12.14.291 pool complex Breakfast bar/dish water, sewer, garbage pick.up, lawn 4 UFo $170' + sd Should like cats, smokers -
washer/cent air $450 KEY MANAGE. main Also some great buys Quietl Will 375.1274 after 6 pm. Nov. tree
MENT 372-3060. 11'.21'.32 take long term travel trailers 378-9291 Partially furnished 2 bd/1/ ba $320/mo 11.2845
3 room furnished apt Full kitchen, cable, Open weekends too. 12.,14-47.3 till Aug 1. First month rent and no deposit -
phone, pool. Next to Oaks Mall and I 1.75. Check Our New Specials Call 371.4790 anytime 11.29.5.4 Roommate needed non-smoking lemale
Rent by week or month. $450/mo. 331- All Amenllle Available Must sell 1972 Manatee 12 x 60 2 bd 1 3 bdrm 2 bath Regency Oaks Call Marcy
1618 12.14.19.1OAKBROOK 1 FURNISHED UNFURNISHED ba, w/d hookup storage shed Close to 3366888 126105 .
Roommates Available Oaks Mall. 5500. Call 332-0686, Ive
2 bd// 2 ba, new furnished, We're No.1REGENCY mess 11.21.103 5 ROOMMATES November rent free) F n/s to share bi.
washer/dryer pool, 1/2 mile from campus OAKS level' apt 185/mo + 1/3 utilities, Call
Call 376-6896. 11.30.5-1 1 378-5766 TREEHOUSE VILLAGE 3346995. 112625
3230 SW Archer Road Roommates available Reserve your
COUNTRY GARDENS. SUBLEASE: room lor spring Bus service 2 rooms for rent Duckpond area house
to UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn n/s wsh/dry pets ok full kitchen bike to UF
FOR RENT: 3734500 4 HOUSEAPT.Sublease $175' .$250 per roommate/month $150, rent 1/3 util + $150 deposit\
2001, SW 16th Street
MZ Property Mgmt. Inc Realtor #378-7974 11.28.4.5
2 UNFURNISHEDCOUNTRY 12.14.78.2
1 1br/1ba $350 per mon starting 375.0207
SPACIOUS Dec 1. Regency Oaks Contact Jim at N/S roommate for own bdr In Gator Town.
LIVING.near 34 St Plaza 2 ONE BEDROOM APT. 3783937. 11.28.104 ROOMMATE WANTEDIII for spring Own Furnished 2/2. Nov paid. 170/mo/ + 1/2
BR duplex, quiet wooded area, air, pet ONLY 273MO. bd/ba/ rent neg wI/ 1/3 utilities Call Ken util Call 375-5824 for Rich. 112955
ok. $275 KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060. Need someone to sublease apt. by Dec or Jim at 3782895. 112855 '
LYONS APT .
Female non smoker to share 2br 2ba aptw
11 21-32
1. 1 bdr loft, new carpet $349/mo. Archer
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 N/S M/F/ to share 2bdr apt. $195 mo same $245 + 1/2 util must like catsl
office 373-
Woods Donna 376 0210 or
Walk to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-$280, 12 14 762 8727. 112810.4REGENCY' + 1/2 util.(Spring semes) Call David or 3353764 11.28.20SWindmeadows
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec Sam 371.9686. 11-2855
1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished n/s/ F to share large master .
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs OAKS firms to share 3br/2ba,
Santa Fe Trace Apts 378-1190. 121476 rent negotiable WILLIAMS- December Female' roommate wanted for Gatorwood bdr In furnished 2/2./ Available immediately I
$120 share/$165own/ + 1/4utility/ ,
-2Oak BURG VILLAGE 3781253. 12-5 30-2 '90 free ASAP call Christy 336-6152II apt 1 bd/l ba. Call 373-7579. 11.28.5-5 spring $'85/mo./ Call 3355284.
11.30.16.5
30 124
NEAR LAW SCHOOL-2 BR hardwood '. F N/S; roommate UF nice home
Glad Apt near UF ft VA, quiet : near :
washer/dryer available in most units for floors/free standing flreplace/alr/en- Sublet 1 br, furnished or unfurnished In Safe, area; hardwood floors, fireplace, for
$20 mo. Cats Allowed IB.29,1 2 Bath closed porch. $500 KEY MANAGEMENT The Lauiels, w/d, dw ALARM & more Spring, $155 per mo + 1/3 utilities 377. Classifieds. .
11.21.3-2
$250-$375, sec ft Imr. 372.6422.. 1214- 3723060 0385 112635
Av.iI.bl.91.. Call 336-4151' 11.3D-ID. Continued on next page.
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8. ALJJGATOR.WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21.1990


ROOMMATESOxford FOR SALE AUTOSHonda WANTED SERVICES


Manor. female ns to share 2 bdr /
OAKTREE SHADZ SUNGLASSESRayBan535.Vuarnet$45Bo11e$40etc. Civic 1982, stereo, pb a/c/ .
: ps WANTED Ford Mustang 2 door
cylinder
2 ba apt.. partially furnished ADT security * LET'S PARTY **
5-speed, new tires, brakes ft battery 1983 thru 86 for hall hour
engineering
system. $250 1/2 utilities Call L.A Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ
fine or Joy 3774056 12.14.25.5 Call 335.6450 to save your money 1 11-, 60,000 miles $t800. Call Giuseppe. between Inspection Will pay Call 375-8710 men service all musical formats 12-14-42-
30-126 12.1 pm & after 5:30378 2703. 11- tion case no 90079 11-29.5-10
11
21.59
SUBLET Apartments
Georgetown

Available now great location. VuPUTERIISKOUNTERS Free dental exam Graduating dental student
: 1985 amfm
Mercury Capri tilt
C gs 4cyl ps
SlSO/month/ November (reel' Call Steveat 11 SERVICESNW
needs board patient (for December

336.1338 leave message 12.7.20.5 ::;) pb bodyInterior pw plocks consider hatchb trades 30mpg$2200 excellent obo Free cleaning or filling If you qualify Call

Mini 1-75 & NW 39th Ave .
call 373.2585. 11-27-79 storage at 332 5649, leave name & phone 11-21-
WALK TO UFII 2 bedroom/1 bath $175. near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 Irom 10.11

COLLEGE PARK 411 NW 15 St. 371 Best prices on quality computers 373- 75 Olds Omega-4dr 6 $20, 10% disc, to students 3328917.
straight cyl w air,
7777 11-30105 I 0762 11-21-56
12-14-76-11 "MARIJAN OF HOLLAND"
new paint, tires, tint see to appreciate,
Custom mad clothe ft alteration, no
"CLEAN" $1800 obo 371.7481, 11-215-
F/N/S for Spring. Own bd/ba, $268.1/3 Car audio installations- any radio amp, 9 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? pattern needed, 20 yrs. exp. Fast service
utilities, w/d Included. Call Kerri at 336 EQ, speakers at cheap prices Also, Get confidential testing and treatment at call 332-8J15. 12142311DAVE'S
8393. 11.30.105I equipment (for sale. Alpine, Kenwood, PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881.
1986 Ford Escort GT-52k ml blk ext/tan
ADS BA, ect 3323523. 11-2656 12-14-76 DETAILING When think of
.
int AM/FM stereo bra Save $600 no you
I need a home F n/s seeking same to .
a dirty car, think of Dave. Complete professional
a/c. Asking $3250obo Call Jon 375-
sublet share lor Davis Cup Finals- tickets St Petersburg
or apt. Spring sem..ter.Please auto detailing $40 336-1314
call 372.9389 or 305-792.5387 Nov 30.Dec 2. Will take best offer 3600. 11-21-59 ** GATOR MOVING ** 124.10-11

eve before 10pm. 11.30.10.5 Call Craig at 371-0023 11265.8 Full/Serv Mov/Storags/Paeking 1-
78 Ford T.Bird. A/C, am/fm casst good item/Hse Full. / dis
Days/Eves
Long *..* ELECTRICAL SERVICE ****
F n/s needed: own bdr in (turn 2/1 across 1990 CANNONDALE size 56cm, blu/wht 9423 tires $1095 obo Call alter 3 pm at 335- Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374-4791 12.14.76- New lines, light, installation, ceiling
11.26.5.9Mitsubishi
from UF NW Apt upstr secured windows, SR400 Roadbike $650 retail, matchingGiro 11 fans, trouble shooting Ph 334-5878
door alarms. $205 +1/2 util Call 378 helmet. Best' offer. '338-8977 ask Beeper 371.5024, 11-275-11
0850 Iv msg. 11.27.7.5WINDMEADOWS 4 Paul 11.21.2.6FURNITUREII Mirage. 1990 16k miles, air SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons

conditioning, power steering, am/lm boarding woodser facilities YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING

M/F needed to share Coffee table, 4 bar stools cass. 334-5737. 12-3109 hay rides parties sales working From the company that still makes

2bd/2ba/ apt for Spring Rent is negotiable 2 indirect lamps, entertainment elf, students accepted. 466.3224, 375-8080.. rings the old fashioned with
& 1/2 utilities Call 335.5018 1121.55Mill couch. All (for $100 (will sell pieces.). 1978 Porthe 924. 4-speed, air, sunrool 12.14-76.11 hand-crafted molds mad with way-real old
$210000 4622381
TRAVELII Roundtrip plan tic to Conn
1986 'Isuzu I Mark, 5.speed. $1600.00. world artlsanshlp. Jostens' There I II
Run condos m/I. own bedroom, Dec 26-Jan 4 338.4247. 11-2136
*SUNBELT MOVING difference
462-2381 1121-49 a ; look for III! Flordla Book
cable, washer/dryer, can move In at end
Store. ,
11-21-1-11 1
of" fall or Jan 1. $225 ft 1/2 utils Call ORCA EDGE Dive Computer Like, New Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
1977 Ford Granada. 4 door brown 1 1- ItemHouse lull, dist
Joe at' 3383932. 11-2655 Batteries and all accessories Included. Local/Lng
$475 neg. Nights and weekends 377- $450. small refrigerator 33"x19" $40 Ph Lie/Ins Priced for Students! Marty 375-

Room for rent in 3/2 on 5 acres Just 3 8352 1 11 I .27.5.6 334-5878. 112659 MOVE. 121476-11 TYPING

miles from town. M/F, prefer n/s/ Horse
welcome. $150 mm + 1/3 util Call 377- 1 Nagel serigraph 14 $350. 1 rare Nagel 1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS pwr door AAA STORAGE 12 SERVICES

4594. 1 11.26.5-5 Hollywood serigraph $1000. $1300 takes locks, seats, windows a/c, auto, wht Close to UF, Convenient
both Firm if separate. Ask lor Carla 332- ext/blue int Exc condo must tell best 4x4x4 l5/mo' /
Typing reports business legal Aresumes
offer 3345053. 123109 4x8x8 $30/mo/
House 2 Bdr Fenced Yard. N/S./ F/M. 3 3784. 1 11.27.5.8Apple
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 casl.'rlnlcrlbed applications
mi or 10 mm from UF Great for student
with pets. 185mo 1/2 util! cable furnished MAC II CX, 40 H.D./5 RAM, Hi R... Buick Regal 1983 auto it wagon 12-1476-11 24 hours/7* letters notary *etc Available
days/3722777. 12147612
377.4795. 11-2255FOR color monitor, ext keyboard. Under war V8 ac/am/lm good condition -
ranty, $4200 obo. David 371-2488. 11- $2500 or best offer FREE*
Saeful 334-5057 Test
Pregnancy MICRO 376 0339. Full
COMPUTER FOR SALE, 640k Dual Disk 11.27.5.0ORANGE Gainesville Women's CENTERTyping -
6 SALE
ft self service computing. Open until
Drive Color Monitor Printer $599 Call HEALTH CENTER
Zeke 2.2280. 11-21-26 AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 720 NW 23rd Avenue 10pm Su-Th Typing starts @ 1.50/pg *
TYPESETTERVarityper 5410. 2 Disk RATES, low payments fast drive- 377.5055ABORTION Resumes $8 Sell service resumes *

drives, 2 film cassettes 2 film cannisters Plane Ticket.United Rndtrp Irom Miami to thru service, se habla Espanol 377.2277, (To 24 Wks) $2.50/hr .15/page. Laser typeset
Factory reconditioned, unused in past 2 Denver leave Dec. 26 return Jan. 2 $385. 377-CARS. WE CARE 1214-179 BIRTH CONTROL graphics spell check these pa-
yrs Perfect (for small typesetting jobs Call Rebecca 338.0056. 1.28-5-8 Services pers special characters employment
Good machine for small type shop System Nissan 300 ZX 1986 speed, 121475.11 Gynecology databases mailmerge training Word-
Includes 3 rolls 8 in, RC film ft 6 font Perfect specialist. Visa/MC 12-1452-12
**Palmer six string acoustic guitar only am/lm/tape, air, T-top, excellent condition
disks $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at $120 ***Sony apt Ill turntable "top of or best offer Call 3328473. 12.6- $COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholar-
373-9926 (for more Info 10-9 Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable
the line $200. Call 334-8446. 11-28 5 6 shlpsl College Scholarship Locators pob service Reasonable rates

Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more GOLF CLUBSII Full.set with Ping golf 7485.1881 Joplin 12-14-75-11, MO 64802-1881 800879- Laser primer 3778175 til 9:00pm.: 12-

brand are all at our New Location) Car bag and brand new grips never usedll 14-76-12
10 WANTED
Stereo Specialists, 3215 NW 13 St. 372- Only $240 Call Dave 334.9012, 11-29-
2070. 1214.788Crlmeelopper 56 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS ...RESUMES***
Local Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class
Complete writing & development services -
Car Alarms, K-40 Radar YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING Rings ETC. Top $ or trsde Ozzie's Fine Resume House 371-8148. 12-14-

Detectors, Infinity, Sansul, Sony, Keep the memories 'round. Take a Jewelry 373-9243. 12-1476-10 1233 NW 10th Ave 76.12

Orion, Bazooka, Horns or Car Stereo part of your college experience with 372-1664
We Beat All Prices 373-3754 12-14-76- you-your college ring. Jostens' NEED 2 FSU TlX 332-6085 leave MC/VISA/lnsurance
Term Papers Resumes.
6 There Is a difference, look for III University message. Free Pregnancy Test Typeset
Book Supply. 11-29-1-6 Member Business Legal Personal Etc

ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: National Abortion Federation G'ville Handicapped Typing
I NEED 2 FSU TIX **
YOU WRITE IT WE TYPE .
i Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, 121453.11 IT 378 7179
Crunch Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar Call 374-4091 12-14-50-12

125 NW 23 Ave 371.4378. 12-14-766 7 REAL ESTATEHome


DISCOUNT HI-FI for sale? Land for sale? Buyers'
azO
722 S. Main The Red Bldg. Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell WALT IKa: ,j.y'g l,Devlt tStsmscky
your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds

WE ARE CHEAPER offers you the cheapest way to --

12-14-76-6 keep your real estate In the public eye AN' T'VE AN' I 0UUNG SCrWB AS 1 RECALL, AT'13WNAt
Where else' can you keep your property in GtVELOPCD II JEUO CON CAKNB- 1nIJ BRUNG VW DON"f MOSS

CAR ALARMS installed remote control the market for as little as four dollar a M KS IVING9 A ALLY I, WHAT D Y10U LAST YGAR. Z Wiv TRADITION.TNAt .
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will day? To make It even easier, you can I NOW 011 LET BRING AFORC

demo Call 3369193 student Iv. massage place your ad over the phone: all you GRAVY 1413 OAR, NIOW
MAK 6 'n48N, i WARD
1214376 need I la a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call PORMUI"A jf ALBRT? ++ M
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today to place your ad AT00 E! T001'NL
MICRO/CENTER Computers 376.1146 n P0A10 Pill

Editor's choice Hewlett Packard 'i Le ills)' r-

Northgate M/C Prices lower than 8 MOTORCYCLESHONDA

mallorder. Systems below include 1mb,

40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor
MC 28612$948.. MC 386SX- $1086, MY APP81IT8. lI
NIGHTHAWK y
Northgate 38620$2499. Leading \ .T
Edge 550 Low miles, New tires, 2 helmets EXTRAS
386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery-
n
tall Eric 334-8783$900. 1 1.30-
$I 995. 1 & 2 year warranties Onsite warranties
Panasonic 1180 printer- $185. 5.8 0 Zlf

HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University -
Av. 121452.8



be Extra FUTON*'frames thick AND.cotton/foam FRAME From only SALE futons$200, per& sofa-set '9 84 Chevy' Cavalier AUTOS, automatic, 4.door, I AJ IL 1M] 'W' .1.1 mrGOf FIlL I

a/c 84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon
Call Al 373-3127 or Matt 3772110. 11-
am/lm, a/c. auto, 8 cylinder. 335-5303.
30.156 C WHAT HAVE YOU NUhBFR TWO WHAT HAVE

'87 Mazda 626, 2door, LX, Sspeed, air, IN THE(PAVLOV'S'PRIDE' YOUTH Gor IN HAD
am/tm tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks 46k ,

n.WPUTER rnlg 5303.Excellent 11-29-15-9 condition must tell. 335- FOURTH? X TO, V///V./ FIFTH? DOG


ISKOUNTERS
'85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback,

tf, 5 speed, a/c, am/fm tp sunroof, power
door/lock Excellent condo 335-5303.

'We'II Beat any Competitive Prices' 11-29-159 t

i 288.12 complete system only $950 **

t 386 SX-18 complete system only $1225 1981 Niassan Maxima.silver, diesel pwr

y Call 373-0762. 11-21-56 sunrool & window, automatic. 100,000

mile In good condition. $2000 335-4937. + r
''a SAFARI AUDIO..for all of your car stereo J J

needs. Come see the experts at Dodge Omni 1981, good condition, great

i Safari Audio. 4110 SW 34th St 13, 336- mpg, mechanically good, mutt tell, $950

,,1 1128. 125-156 Call 377-9050, lye mess 11-21-59

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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21,1990, ALLIGATOR, 9

SERVICES 13 HELP WANTEDAVON HELP WANTEDPaying HELP WANTED PERSONALSGOD Jo


Typing/Word processing. WordPerfect 375.8967Sell $150' to qualified volunteers to Agressive, advertising salesperson IS MERCIFULFor
S.I', quality work, last results, low rates, Avon Full or Part-time We Train. participate in 6 visit study testing safety needed Flexible hours Car necessary an inspnrational messageDial
dependable, personal service. Tara 332- Benefits Insurance 12-14-76-13 & effectiveness of Trentmoin (R.tIn.A & Great potential Apply In person Gator 378.3359 11 ..2.3.15GUNSGUNSGUNS
'1469 12.14.76.12 generic) in treatment of acne. Call 331-' Rental Finders, 1702 W. University Ave.
Jobs In USA and overseas All occupations 5379. ,12-14-29-13' 11-27-3-13' !' '! !
Typing.Laser Typesetting* Don't limit yourself to those few 1800 Gun Inventory
resumes a reports a letters a etc. companies that recruit on campus Jump Sales representative local travel flexible Sharp Professional people needed for Over 500 handguns in stock
376-5465 3500 W. Unlv Ave. start your Job hunt. Contact College recruiters hours Part time work earns $150-' full or part-time work as rental consultant Buy, Sell Trade, Repair
Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 today Write to C.A.S., 652 W. 300/week/ Full time work earns $450 and Must enjoy working with people: We will Reloading Supplies 466-3340
Palm Ave Placenpia, Ca. 92670 "11-21- up Contact Mike at 372-7841 leave message train. Apply at Gator Rental Finders 1702 Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer
' Typing & Typesetting Theses, 50-13' 11-21-5-13' W. University' Ave. 11.27.3.3BUSINESS' 8 mi. South of G'ville on 441
Diss & Manuscripts ONLYExperienced Also Indoor pistol range
see Grad Sch list Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate Word processor part-time, must know Handicap facilitiesBruce
K.B. Williams 332.1402 12-14- In new drug study for the treatment WP 4.2. 60+ cwpm available Immedi
40.12 of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call ately. 376.5465 or 4660315.' 12-3-10- now is the time to find some time
3315379. 12-1263-13' 13 for us Happy Birthday for the 37th time
TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA. FAST. 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS Love You Christina. 11-21-1-15' '

ACCURATE. CALL see NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top Motel desk clerk part time. Must be ableto
376-4854. Families, NY and Vicinity Au Pairs work eve & weekends 4 hours, 20 terminals & pc's buy sell, SEC CHAMPIONSHIP
"11-29-20-12 Only Inc. 18004688699. '2.14-54.3' hours week Reply P.0.Box 24113' trade, rent S repair. Great prices, QUALITY Kentucky final score posters "The official
Gainesville FL 32602. 11-21-3-13' CDCS 818' W Unlv. 3380378. 12- ones" at the games Coli.ctth.
Thesis, term papers, reports. Legal and Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par 14-76-14 entire let. 4753410.800226-3410' 11.
medical termlnolgy, WP 5.0 & laser ticipate In new drug study for the treatment Do you need money for Christmas? Wanta
of sthlete's foot, Call 331-5379' A Plus Notes-Study Guides for PSY Dear customers: thanks for your support
work
printer Call 378.2034 or 378.8521. '11- job you can on your own time? Call
28-10-12 '12-14-35-13' 472.4107. 12.4-10.13 2013(3rd( ), ECO 3202, and OCE 2005 will of EZ TennIS. Our steadfast promise is to
be available Nov. 20. Study Guides for continue to provide quality products at

$1' per pagel Spelling checked next day INTELLIGENCE JOBS. Wheelchair bound female needs help CHM 2046 and WIS 2040 will be available great prices with fast friendly service.Here's .
Nov 21", 11-21-3-14 to you Gainesville 11.30.12.15
service lor most orders. Call Linda at w/shoppmg light-housekeeping 4 mist
336-5871' 1121.5.12Typingwordprocessor. CIA, US Customs, DEA, tasks Computer ability helpful transport YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING
nec.372.2387. 11-264-13'
Spellcheckmg Included etc. From 'the company that offers FREE Natural Foods and Vitamins

Laser printer $1/pg Call 372. Now Hiring. Call ((1)') 805 687-6000 Ext. Work for yourself. Other students sell emblematic stone encrusting Birkenstock Sandals
9295 ova or leave msg 11-21-3-12' K-9488 |just T-shirts. Be the first to cellMAQICT'e. Jostens' There Is a difference; look Sunflower Health Foods
'1232113The Colors and deelgne for III! Acropolis. 11-21-1-14" 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482
FAST Accurate Beautiful Typeset Papers change with temperature ehangee. 12.14.76-15
Dissertations, resumes; Division of' Housing Office 'for Call Alan ((813)262-7632.) 11-27-5-13
charts/graphics, laser copy/disk Inc. The Staff and Student' Development la looking 15 PERSONALS B 4 U buy shoes, rackets, sportswear,
Professional Editor- 3713517.' 11.30.6. for a Program Assistant/Graphics/ Housekeeper-$70 for'1 day-a month All strings, or accessories, check out
12 Artist 'for 15-20 hra./wk. paying S3.10 domestic duties except laundry. Cecil G'ville's tennis' authority.EZ Tennis 34 St
per hr. Position begins Spring 1991. 332-0786 after 7pm. 11-28-5-13' Doing things hallway I.n't part 01 our Plaza. 11-30-12-15
Applications available at the Housing Ityl. When il comes to quality, the word
Ar yew an ackurate typist? Office. Application deadline Is NOVEMBER Best Fundraiser On Campus' Lookingfor .compromill" I.n't part of our vocabu- PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get immediate .
If not check out the Typing Services section 28, 1990. For more Information a fraternity, sorority or student or- lary. Thal'l the way we work at EZ Tennis test results from a reliable source
for someone who Isl contact Kathy Smith, at 392-2161. ganltatlon that would like to earn 1 34 St Plaza 372-2257. 113012.15Vuarn.t1Carr.raIRay.BanGator. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881.
$500-$1,000 for a one week on-campue
marketing project. Must be organizedand Great
hardworking. Call Lisa G. at ((800)) prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical Classifieds. .
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1
5922121.
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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2)). 1990,ALLIGATOR

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Staff Report kee, a four-team tournament that the Marquette-Austin Peay contest just seeing someone in a different with a 14-15 overall record and
includes Austin Peay,William and for the championship Sunday at 7 uniform will be a highlight in itself were 4-4 in the SEC, good for the
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the Thanksgiving break feastingon UF faces William and Mary Fri- p.m.UP coach Carol Ross said the The UF volleyball team will be The Gators lost to the Tigersin
turkey and cranberry sauce, day. The Tribe returns seven play Lady Gators can't wait for the sea- in Mobile, Ala., this weekend for Auburn 15-7, 11-15, 15-12 and
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hopes to feast on William and Mary last season, including leading "We Tournament.The Gators will try to finished the regular season 24-12
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the start of the 90-91( season.I know
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are anxious to play some- The 'winner of this match will
play at the WarriorFest in Milwau- If UF wins,it plays the winner of one other than themselves. I think UF ended the regular season face Louisiana State.Attention .

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I team gets first win under KrugerBy

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MIKE SCHULTZAlligator got to work harder and make more contact. Gators. Davis added seven rebounds to his worked on it in practice this week.
WriterIn Neither team was impressiveoff totals. "Against the zone we moved the ball
the boards. The Gators went Chatman said he felt more pretty well," Kruger said. "But we've got to
its last dress rehearsal before the sea more than seven minutes into comfortable against Brazil get the ball down inside a little bit more."
son begins Saturday, the Florida basketball the game before grabbing a re- than in last week's game. The Gators and Brazilians, who exchanged
team tried to hone its act against a Brazilian bound, and finished the game "I feel more comfortablethis t-shirts before the game, tried their
national team Tuesday night. with only 31 boards. Brazil year I probably worked best to be as generous with the basketball.The .
The result was a dull 71-63 Gators victory wasn't much better,getting only much harder lately, and I see Brazilians turned the ball over 27
before 4,698 fans at the O'Connell Center 33 rebounds on the night. it paying off in the work I do," times for the game, while the Gators re-
that raised more questions for the Gators Livingston Chatman led the Chatman said. turned the favor 18 times.
than it dispelled. Gators offense with 14 points in r Kruger said he saw improve- Brazil was led by Jorge Pereira, 6-foot-6
Florida coach Lon Kruger said the Gators his second game back after quit- ment in UF's work against a forward. Pereira scored 23 points while
.till. have a long way to go. ting the team last year. zone defense. teammate Luiz Chala scored 14 points.
"The boards are still a concern," Krugersaid. Stacey Poole ((11 points), Chatman The Gators could do little The Gators will play the University of
Dwayne Davis ((12)) and Brian against the zone in last week's South Florida in their opener. Saturday at
"I'll be saying that 25 more times. We've Hogan ((10)) also had double figures for the game against Athletes in Action, so they 7:30: p.m. at the Sun Dome in Tampa.



I I Playing Spurrier-ball is just one of Bell's dreams


By GREGG DOYEL think too much about the re- thews said. "I 1 think (Bell and
Alligator Staff Writer cords." Reaves) are happy to see the players
Bell may want to think about doing so well. I'm just happy
Kerwin Bell never was one to his records while he can. UF I've gotten such great coaching."
Owl watch the record books. sophomore quarterback Shane Bell says he wouldn't mind having
But he must have been Matthews has placed several on a year or two under Spurrier."I .
tempted.Bell the endangered list, as well as
said before the season
,a former walk-on and fifth- Bell's top-three rank in most cat- started
you get a quarterbackthree
41, stringer who became UF's start- egories.
or four years in this offense
ing quarterback as a freshman, Matthews, like Bell a fifth- and he's going to break all the
made a run at every game, season stringer-turned-starter, needs records," he said.
and career passing mark in the only an average game next Satur-
school record books during his day against Florida State to move But if Bell has his way,he won't
four-year career ((1984-87)). ahead of Bell and into second on be around to see his career marks
After his four years at UF, Bell the UF charts in numerous single- fall.The
1'' a x owned 13 passing and total offense season categories. Passing yard- newly born World Football
marks and ranked in the top age. Total yardage. Touchdowns.If League, which runs from March
three in 16 others. Bell also had Matthews torches the Seminoles through June,is one option. Bell's
Southeastern Conference career- for the 303 yards and four agent is talking with officials from
passing marks in yards ((7,585)) touchdowns he had against Ken- the league, which holds a draft in
and touchdowns ((56)). tucky last Saturday, he will pass February.The .
"I never really thought about UF tight ends coach John Reaves National Football League
the records too much," said Bell, for first on the school charts in may be another. Bell, who was
a graduate assistant on the 1990 those categories. with Atlanta in 1988 and Tampa
UF squad and a member of UFs Bell says that's fine with him. Bay in 1989, wants another shot
three Southeastern Conference "Shane reminds me a lot of at the NFL

champion teams. "We were wor- myself at that stage, the way he Bell first has to finish rehabilitation
ried too much about winning." came from fourth or fifth string, on the torn ligament in his
And winning was something and the way he plays. He rolls outa knee, an injury he suffered in
Bell did often. More than almost lot, makes a lot of things happen April playing basketball.
any quarterback in UF history. when it seems like there's nothing
Bell quarterbacked the Gators to there." After the Bucs dropped the In-
jured Bell from their roster, he
a 28-13-2 as a starter, including If Matthews stays healthy for
back-to-back Southeastern Con the next two years,he should reap underwent surgery in August.
ference championships in 1984 the benefits of first-year coach Bell said the knee is almost 80
and 1985, the school's first. Steve Spurrier's passing attack to percent already."I .
I ALLIGATOR PHOTO "Winning the SEC as a fresh- the tune of every career passing need another month to reha-
Former UF quarterback Kerwin Bell, now a graduate assistant man and sophomore was exciting mark in school history."In bilitate my knee,"Bell ."After
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I coach on the football team, says he would have liked.to quarter-. because it had never been done an offense like this, recordsare that, if I'm in the right situation,
back coach Steve Spurrier's offense. before," he said. "It was hard to- going to be broken," Mat- I know I can play in the NFL"Johnson



I UF gets; 10 letters of intent during signing period I

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By DEBRA SARI LINN innis, a self-proclaimed predes- Lewis was California Angels draft ran the fastest 100-
Alligator Writer tined Gator at Central Florida Com- selection in June. sign.Andrew De Clercq,6-foot-9 for- meter time by a 16-year-old the

.*" munity College. High school signees include ,ward from Clearwater, will bring world with a 10.27.
When recruits sign letters of in- "Shane's been indoctrinatedwith Nick Moratis, a right-handed height to UPs team. Women's tennis coach Andy
tent with UF, they don't give their Florida," said his father and pitcher who had 1.37 ERA last year, "He has enormous potential," Brandi was "tickled to death"
souls to the devil. CFCC athletic director Mike McG- at Klein High School in Spring, Kruger said.'Combining that with about signing United States Ten-
Instead, they turn over their fu- Innis. "He's' always had a little Texas. Brandt Mathers, a left-. his desire gives him a very prom- nis Association National Team
tures and careers to UF coaches, Gator in his blood." handed batter and middle infielder ising future." member Jill Brenner,
Southeastern Conference competi- With a 4.0 GPAand .305 batting who hit .340 last year to lead Sara- Also signing with UF was Dan Brandi called Brenner the best
'tion and anxious Gators fans every- average for CFCC last year, McG- sota High School to a regional Cross, 6-3 guard from Carbondale, recruit in Florida and one of the
where. innis, a third baseman, hopes to fit championships, also will join UF, Ill. Cross averaged 20 points a five best in the nation.
Ten high school and community into the UF team in slots that senior John Updike, a catcher who allowed game last year.
college students did just that this Joe Russo and junior Herbert Perry no passed balls last year for Both the men's track team and
week as UF signed several top ath- will one day vacate. Apopka High School, also signed and the women's tennis team have correctionNotre
letes during its early signing pe- Another community college Friday. signed one recruit apiece. ,Dame is ranked seventhin
riod.The player, Kevin Lewis from Indian After spending months recruit- U.S. National Junior Champion Associated d Press Top 25 Poll.
baseball team scored five River Community College, signedon ing, basketball' coach Lon Krugergot Curtis Johnson of Palmetto Senior The Alligator reported otherwiseon
signees, including Shane McG- Friday as a catcher for UF. two high school athletes to High signed with UF's track team. this page Tuesday..12AWGATOR .


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