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DEBBIE CENZIPER MIKE BRUSCELL
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Of every 20 UF graduate school students, 19 are white ."'". It's not a traditional Christmas bonus,
-a lopsided statistic campus officials say can be evenedby ..... but six part-time UF library employees
recruiting at historically black universities. received a surprise earlier this month -
About 25 juniors and seniors from those universities r they won't have jobs beginning Saturday. r
roadtripped to UF this fall to meet graduate school The layoffs will affect six student employees
professors and learn more about UF's courses. Graduate who keep books in order on the
School Dean Madelyn Lockhart said the program, usu- 'i shelves, said Rich Bennett, chairman of
ally a weekend twice a year, is designed to get qualified UF Libraries' Access Services Department
minority students Interested in the school. ; /"
Competition is fierce among universities to attract ., ; Library administrators say the layoffs
minorities because such a small number have the oppor- result from a 3 percent budget cut in
tunity or money to reach graduate-level studies, she said. Florida's public universities. The cuts
Visiting students meet faculty, tour campus and get also threaten to reduce UF's Summer A
financial aid information, she said.Receptions are offeredas ( k-f' schedule to two-thirds its usual size.
an easy way for future students to talk to faculty and R etK F Gov. Bob Martinez and the Cabinet
other students, she said. ordered all state agencies to make cuts
The school pays for rooms and meals, and gives each in September, citing diminished reve-
student $50 for transportation costs, she said. nues and a sluggish economy.
Lockhart sand typically about 60 percent of the students The laid-off employees were OPS
brought to campus many from states such as South workers, students paid by the library's
Carolina, Arkansas and Louisiana-apply to UF. About I access department. The libraries also
35 percent of the applicants are admitted, she said. have college-work study employees,who
'This is probably the most successful way we have of receive 30 percent of their salary from
recruiting students," she said. access money and the remainder from
UF sociology Professor Ronald Akers said when he Financial Aid. Bennett said he doubts
meets with students he advises them to look for certain whether those workstudy slots, or any
things such as educational goals, faculty and minority jobs besides the six, would be cut.
population in a graduate school.In Bennett said his department has spent
graduate schools, mentors are especially important, about$38,000 of its $85,0001990-91 bud
he said. get,and laid off the employees to preparefor
"I think minority students need to find one or more possibly rockier fiscal times causedby
faculty members to work with," Akers said. recession. The budget is $15,000 less
And students also should find out how many minority than last year, he said.
students finish the program and graduate with their "If we didn't take action, we'd find
degrees, he said. ... ourselves overspent, and when the
"I think particularly for minorities, they want to have .. money's gone, it's gone," Bennett said.
information and knowledge about the department's track Although Libraries director Dale Can-
record," he said. elas said she's confident UF's provost
Schools often go to expensive lengths to encourage 1 office will find extra money for the librar-
minorities to move to higher education because, similarto !o.. ;" '' "".1-'i ,\. ies as UF Vice Provost Gene Hemp
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the reasons behind Affirmative Action laws, many > ; said he'd attempt-Bennett said wishful
universities feel minorities have been poorly representedin -,'" thinking won't be enough to weather a
society, Lockhart said this summer. future economic backlash.
UF sometimes competes for minorities by offering Walking on air DANE DODD "There is real, real concern about
scholarships In cases, a funds, and it wouldn't be wise to proceed
special fellowships, or, some
Neville UF architecture student dives off cliff into
tuition waiver, she said. John a a a assuming that we're going to find a large
In fall 1989, 31 of the 1,403 graduate students newly sinkhole in northwest Gainesville. amount of money for the rest of the year,"
enrolled at UF were black. Bennett said.


I UF health officials : Finals week can be stress freeBy II


MEG RICHARDS vices. "And the fact is that we can Progressive muscle relaxation Time management is an essen- amounts of alcohol is particularly
regulate the body's bio-response to training, which involves tensing, tial component of what students stressful.
Writer
Alligator stress." then relaxing muscles,often is cou- must contend with. Ayers suggested "We must be careful in assum-
Finals week doesn't have to bea People have a tendency to pled with visualization."Close your students draft a plan that is ing that college students know
stress-filled disaster. There is choose how they deal with a stress- eyes and take a little trip to the structured to some degree, and how to relax," Ayers said. "Manyof
hope for students battling tests, ful situation: confront it or avoid it. beach," Ayers suggested. that they schedule their priorities the things that are fun and en-
hostile roommates and The goal is to turn off the stress Deep-muscle relaxation train- within the context of this plan.The tertaining are not relaxing."
microwaved meals, UF mental response, or at least to balance it, ing is going through each muscle key is to be consistent until the Typically during finals, eating
health officials say. and go ahead with the task at hand, group and cognitively telling your- plan becomes second nature. habits tend to deteriorate. Nutritionist -
Ayers said. self to relax. Judy Perkins warns stu-
"In terms of learning to cope, Relaxation is an important part dents not to make this sacrifice.
stress is a combination biologi- For students studying for finals, Deep-breathing exercises also of stress reduction. But many "Remember that want
cal/psychological phenomenon," Ayers recommended three main are helpful. Concentrate on being things that students label as relax- you your

said Jackie Ayers, acting chief oftJ3tUf' physical stress-reduction tech- calm as you take a deep breath, ing actually are stress inducing.For see Stress, page 7
Student Mental Health Ser- niques: pause, and gently exhale. example, drinking large


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I Arnsparger invites task force to interview coachesBy I


MIKE BRUSCELL about specific sports programs."As Most players have praised coaches suchas the one that addresses that," Kruger said
Alligator Staff Writer issues arise that impact on the head football coach Steve Spurrier and Wednesday.Task .
coaches' programs, we will head men's basketball coach
As a task force studying UFs athletic look at the coaches for input," Lon Kruger for their concern force members spent last week's
programs continued its research, UFs ath- Jones said. about athletes' physical and meeting reading about 200 student-athlete
letic director invited the members to Inter- "This is not something we're emotional well-being, Barfield transcripts, comparing academic records
view coaches and ask about their roles in going to try to do to the and UF admission standards.
said.But
student-athletes' academic lives."I coaches. We want to work with some players have said Jones said he hopes UF economics pro-
just felt like it was important as they them." coaches delegate school-re- fessor and task force member Dave Denslowwill
studied the program that they study all Another task force member, lated discipline to University be able to compile data that compares
facets of the program," UF Athletic DirectorBill UF entomology and nematology Athletic Association staff mem- student-athletes' academic records to thoseof i
Arnsparger said Tuesday. "The coachesare Professor Carl Barfield, bers, leaving them to put the other students.
the key to the program." said Tuesday he wasn't sure pressure on athletes to performin
Although UF chemistry Professor and whether members wo-'ld: re- the classroom Barfield said. The task force will meet today at 5 p.m.
task force chairman Bill Jones wasn't certain quest interviews with coaches. KrugerHe Kruger said if an athlete lagsin in Norman Hall to discuss individual players'
whether task force members would Inter- also said the group has learned about their studies, it's the coach's job to disci- academic records. Because the records are
view coaches, he said they would be called coaches' roles through interviews with ath- pline them. protected by law, the meeting is closed to
upon if the group makes recommendations letes. "If a guy's not making the effort, I'll be the public.




I I Ceremony honors local World War II veterans I :'I


holes and charge." Crews belonged to the 63rd In-
By JOHN F. BERRY
Alligator Writer With his company down to 76 fantry Division, one the nine
of its 200 soldiers,Staff Sgt.Crews "Blanding"divisions trained at the
John Crews, one of the seven battled the Waffen SS then the camp in World War II. About
surviving Congressional Medal of elite of the German Army for 3,000 people attended Sunday's
Honor veterans who underwent control of a jet engine aircraft ceremony at the camp located 10
training at Camp Blanding in factory near Lobenackerhof. miles northeast of Starke.
World War II, thought his life was According to Crews' citation, Army divisions en route to war
over when he charged a German he single-handedly charged the zones still use Blanding. Parts of
machine gun position on APril 8, entrenched machine gun despite the 101st Airborne Division, a
16,000-man division from Fort
1945. being wounded in the thigh. After
Campbell, Ky., used the camp in
"We had to break the killing three Germans, he
perimeterof August as a staging area prior to
the German guard in order to charged another enemy positionand being shipped to Saudi Arabia as
get in and route them,"Crews said silenced it, too. His actions part of Operation Desert Shield.
Sunday at a World War II cere- prompted seven SS soldiers to The ceremony, which com-
mony at Camp Blanding. "There surrender. memorated the opening of a
were wounded laying out there in "When it was all over, they ar- World War II museum, markedthe
the third day (of fighting).That is gued if 17 or 19 men were on their 50th anniversary of the mobi-
why 26 men had to get out of their feet," he said. lization of the Florida Army Na- Y
tional Guard for World War II.
One of the several memorials ded- fvau
icated Sunday lists the 159 Florida
soldiers killed during the war. A
vehicle park also was dedicatedthat
included artillery pieces anda
Sherman tank, America's pre-
mier tank during World War II.
The celebration included a historical -
re-enactment of a World
War II battle. During the ceremony -
three F-16 fighter jets and
three Apache helicopters flew
overhead. Sunday's keynote
speaker, retired Army Lt. Gen.
Robert Arter, said all veterans
should take pride in defending the
Constitution.
"What a marvelous thing you
have done in raising your hand in
support of a document," he said.
"It projects not just to the nation, MICHELE KATZ
MICHELE KATZ but to the freedom-loving peoplesee Two members of a color guard honor Camp Blanding's World War

I I Former Camp Blanding soldier James Youmans shows his wife Veteran, page-9-- II veterans as part of the National Guard unit's special ceremony I
Deretha a memorial that was dedicated to World War II veterans. Sunday afternoon.




I Reitz Union student computer lab opens todayBy I


end hours, we'll have more Sunday than Students could bypass the bookstores and The Reitz Union maintenance staff com-
SHARON GINN Saturday." barter their own prices for textbooks. It wasa pleted the renovations and installed the en-
Alligator Staff WriterA Union hours are 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday good concept, Kratzer said, that did not vironmental control system for the computer
new computer lab, which Reitz Union through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday work as planned.SG room at a cost of$30,000,which SG paid for,
Director Dave Kratzer said is "just in time and Saturday and 7 a.m. to midnight Sunday. the Union and CIRCA decided to turn Kratzer said. New carpet and furniture also
for finals,"will open today in the Reitz Union 'Officials from the Reitz Union, Student the room Into something more useful. UF were put in the room.
for all UF students. Government and the Center for Instructionaland often has a problem with overcrowding in
The lab is located on the third floor in Research Activities collaborated on the its computer labs, and the three groups
Room 356. Twenty computers 10 IBMs project. The three groups transformed the decided to open another one. clarificationCooperative
and 10 Apples were installed last week.It room from a book exchange to a user- Kratzer said he is not so sure how muchan
will be open every day of the week, match- friendly work area. extra 20 computers will alleviate the American Relief Effort for
Ing the Union's daily schedule,Kratzer said. CIRCA, which provides 300 public access crowded conditions in the other labs. Refugees in Kuwait (CARE ROCK) does not
"It will be open pretty much when the computers in five other locations on campus, "We need probably as many labs as peoplecan lend support to U.S. soldiers. A headline on
building,1 is open," he said. "As far as. week donated. .the computers and software. open right now," Kratzer said. this page Nov. 19 implied oth rwise.MONDAYNOVEMBER .


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Walesa swept to an overwhelming lead over five other the past two years, conducted exit polling among
candidates Sunday in Poland's first direct presidential 20,000 voters at 404 balloting places. Final official 11 -2PM
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Walesa was expected to capture 41 percent of the Walesa, who masterminded the peaceful handoverof
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(UPI) A new genetic study shows most The two families have been breeding together and
of the endangered panthers in the Everglades are not their offspring are hybrid mixtures of panther and
pure-bred Florida panthers at all,but hybrids that may puma.
not be entitled to protection under the Endangered Panthers and pumas are subspecies of the cougar '
Species Act. or mountain lion. Genetic evidence suggests they
The Florida panther is the only wild panther left shared a common ancestor 250,000 years ago when '
east of the Rocky Mountains and is Florida's state the species evolved into a North American and a South ,
animal. American type. 2d
But no more than 13 of the estimated 30 to 50 The genetic mixing probably began in the 1950s at
panthers in the wild are pure-bred, said Melody Everglades Wonder Garden, a roadside attraction in I
Roelke, a veterinarian with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Punta Gorda whose owners kept a female panther and
Service.The rest are more closely related to the South bred her to cats they believed were also panthers.
American puma.Scientists Between 1957 and 1967, seven Punta Gorda cats
at the National Cancer Institute com were released into Everglades National Park at the
pared genetic codes in the panthers' cells and found request of scientists who thought the cats were pure
two distinct families. bred and wanted to restore the park's vanished pan
One, in the Big Cypress National Preserve, was ther population.In .
founded by pure Florida panthers. The other, in 1986,biologists noticed that the Everglades Park
Everglades National Park,apparently descended from cats lacked two distinctive Florida panther traits -a
South American pumas set free in the 1950s. kinked tail and a cowlick along the spine.,

.: Helicopter crashes off Italian coast, killing 13

RAVENNA, Italy (UPI) A chartered helicopter a helicopter.
ferrying workers to an offshore oil drilling rig crashed Rescuers were hampered by gale-force winds and
into the sea just off the Italian coast Sunday, killingall choppy waves as they searched for victims of the
13 people on board, authorities said. crash.
The French-Italian Aerospaziale SA330 Puma helicopter An eyewitness told Italian state television that he '
was heading to an oil platform operated by the saw the blue and white helicopter explode in mid-air !
Italian energy company AGIP in the Adriatic Sea after as it flew at low altitude just a few hundred yards off I TRUCK PICK UP
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Matthew Sauer He said he deals with 70 to Vellis recently has been work
80 cases a week and several ing on a police course in finger
the past, Nick Vellis has care times his investigative work has printing so that officers can do
I In packed the marijuana, co- helped solve them. more lab work in-house.
and assorted drugs into a Vellis' work played a major "What's neat about fingerprinting Q !
box before taping the whole thing part in the arrest of a man who is I have the ability -
and hurling it into the incinerator. tried to burn down a campus within very limited bounds- to
This time around, he considers building.The find out who committed a
taking the individual pack man climbed into a build- crime," he said. "If you give me
ages of drugs and throwing ing on campus with a whiskey the hand, I can probably match
them one at a time into the fire. bottle full of what investigatorssay the prints. I've had several
Sound like a pusher's night- was gasoline, Vellis said. As cases where the guy confessed
mare? Nah, it's just a drug burn, the man dropped to the build- because I was able to present
ing's floor the bottle him with his prints from
one of the many duties of the slippedand own
UF Police Department's evi- broke. the crime scene.."
dence and property custodian. "When I arrived, the pool of
Vellis works in the depart- gas was still spreading across work occasionally bene-
ment's investigations unit be- the floor and there were unlit Vellis'the department in other
hind the main office on matches laying around the besides solving crimes.
Museum Road. edges of the pool,"Vellis said. UF police spokeswomanAngie
"What we figured was that the Tipton drives a gray Ford
Several times a year, one of guy apparently threw matchesat Escort that was used for drug
his duties is to dispose of illegal the pool trying to light it" sales and later confiscated by
drugs that officers have gath- The investigator was able to the department after its owner
ered during their investigations."I collect the matches and connect was convicted, Vellis said.
remember the first time I them with a matchbook the Upton's not impressed with
ever did (a drug burn)," he man was carrying when he was the car's appearence but enjoysits
said. "I didn't know what was going arrested. state agency license plate,
on in the incinerator, so I case Vellis was Instru which allows her to park nearly
kept opening the door and look Another in solving involved a anywhere on campus.
ing in. When I was done, half of battery near Lake Al "It's not much to look at, but
my face was sunburned." ice.Officers it gets me around,"Tipton said. OF
Vellis said he's more careful made an arrest She uses the car to get to foot-
with the drugs, guns and stolen shortly after the incident, but ball games and when she needsto
cash he deals with in the evi- were concerned about makingthe get to a crime scene, she said.A .
dence room than are most police charges stick because the Buick Regal that a man
officers who are portrayedon man had managed to change used when he burglarized campus
television."I clothes before being captured, buildings also was confis-
remember seeing this guy Vellis said. cated after his conviction and is k
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on TV sticking his finger into a Investigators often search used by one of the department's
bag (of drugs), sticking it into both a suspect and victim for investigators, Vellis said.
his mouth and saying, Tup, hair, skin and blood samples, he "It's good for the departmentto Top: UF pOlicespokeswoman
pure horse!'"Vellis said imitatIng said.Vellis get this stuff because it does- 744N
the motion. "It would prob- searched the suspect n't cost us anything,"Vellis Angle Tipton
ably kill you if you did that. I and the victim and was able to said. "It's also another penalty M drives away In her
try to handle anything like that match a pubic hair found in the against the criminal." Ford Escort,
man's shoe with the victim's He said police also have
with care and no, I never taste con- which was once
the cocaine." hair. fiscated computers, police scan used to peddle
Vellis handles a huge amountof The guy had changed his ners, flashlights and, most drugs. Middle: Officer
evidence throughout the clothes, but not his shoes," he recently, thousands of dollars Nick Vellis
year. In August alone, he col- said. "I was able to say that the worth of surplus television stands In front of
lected 304 pieces of evidenceand hair could have come from the equipment. the UF police evidence
got rid of 3,608.. victim. I'm not saying what I van. It Is
And he's had his share of bad found out convicted the guy, Though Vellis has worked for his job to collect
experiences."I but it sure helped the case UF police for 11 years, he says
had some bottles of anes- against him." he hasn't tired of the job yet. evidence at crime
thetic and I was trying to figure Vellis said variety Is the best There are so many things scenes and oversee
out how to get rid of it," he. part of his! job. that need to be done every day, all of the evI-
said. "I was fooling around in There are always new things and basically they need to be dence that comes
(the evidence room) and I happening," Vellis said. "The done at the same time, so that Into the depart
'dropped one of the boxes -I I crime scene aspect has that qual makes it a real challenge,"Vel ment. Left: This
was almost out cold." ity.You go to a crime scene and lis said. "But it places a lot of de- television equip.
to out what mands on me. ment Is just some
addition to handling evidence, you try figure may
'In is on-call 24 hours a day have happened.And you haveto "It's a one-man-band kind of of the evidence
crime-scene Investigationson get it right the first time because thing and I don't play the har that officers have
campus. you can't do it over." monica." :

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certain that a coin machine would solve the problem.I'm / 11,

not sure that at 2 a.m. someone would leave what they B esseHeimK
had started, go to the restroom and come back." former

UF President Marshall Criser

That was Criser's response almost two years ago when

he decided, after two requests, that UF would not place
condom machines in its restrooms. The prophylacticscould

be sold only in campus stores, he said. MA1JJ.' SIrTUTiocl 1 H

His successor, UF Interim President Robert Bryan, re-
versed the decision and allowed machines to be in

stalled. Almost a year later, UF students have proved Gators are the 1990 SEC champs !

Criser wrong.
Condoms sold in the Reitz Union Welcome to the official "Southeastern Conference
now are campus con aso Mark Wallinyton
venience stores, the Health Science Center and dormitory Championship Column"in honor of our league-leading B

restrooms. In October, 35 percent of the condoms football Those team.dream-crushing, mucus-slurping jesters at ALLS TO THE WALLIt

bought on campus were purchased from dormitory re- the NCAA have no jurisdiction over this page so we'll
stroom machines. just say it: The Gators are the 1990 SEC champions. seems like old times when students who haven't
That's 266 condoms 266 that might not have been Champions! Champions! Feel better? made it to fifth hour all semester get up before dawnto
themselves into Seminole-crazy amoeba
SEC Column item No. 1 Yes, here'sa squish a
Championship
:
purchased if the machines weren't in place. intent on going to Saturday's game.That's school spirit.
look at the scenario in college football that will bring
Beyond 24-hour access to protection, the machinesserve UF its first-ever national championship come Jan. 2. SEC Championship Column item No. 3: One thing
second that definitely hasn't been in the headlines since the
a purpose. Every time someone buys a con Of course, UF will pelt Florida State. Then the
arrival of King Spurrier is the name Bill Amsparger.
dom from the machines and time resident
every a dormitory University of Texas will lose to or tie Texas A&M.
Remember him? Our athletic director. The most
sees the machines, they're reminded of the dangersof Brigham Young will be crushed by whoever they playin Gators wanted tossed out of the state just last guy year.
the Holiday Bowl. Georgia Tech will fall to Nebraskain
sexually transmitted diseases.
Now that the athletic program is squeaky clean and
the Citrus Bowl. Notre Dame will defeat Coloradoin
The machines recommended all three times roll like wheel could it be that
were by the Orange Bowl, and finally, Miami will royally starting to a big ,
UF's AIDS and HIV Infection Task Force for the purposeof choke in the Cotton Bowl. Amsparger really knew what he was doing? It looks
like the cat took the heat for firing half of the school
STD education and
prevention.The That clears the way for the Gators to be named firstin for UF's
coaches because he knew it had to be done
the Associated Press poll without playing in a bowl.
event that finally pushed administrators to accept sports to survive.
the task force's recommendation was a poll that showed Impossible you say?What else would be more fittingto Don't you just want to hug the rascal for bringingin
end this wacky season of upsets?My neighbors (the and Lon ? What nice ending. I
85 percent of students were sexually active, but only 20 Spurrier Kruger a
color boys) Tom Brown and Craig Green figured all think I need a tissue.
percent used condoms.We this out and have been telling anyone who'll listen that About the
SEC Championship Column item No. 4:
congratulate students on their decisions to buy con UF can win it all. Alabama sports writer who called the Gator football

doms from stores and restroom machines on campus. This proves two things. One, the Gators have out team nothing but cheaters who will soon revert backto
Criser was right when he said coin machines won'tstop played every team in the nation during the last month the "perennial pretenders they've always been."
and deserve to be ranked ahead of Miami and Georgia
How sad it is that people involved in once-glorious
the spread of AIDS or other STDs. But they're a big
Tech. And two need to down
my neighbors put the football programs like Alabama and Georgia can'taccept
step, and as we've seen in the past few years, we have to sports pages and get out a little more often. a new elite football team in their own league

start education somewhere. Where better than condom SEC Championship Column item No.2:"Dyin'.I'm after they've fallen on hard times. And I doubt anyoneof
machines that most college freshmen see almost every dyyyin' over here.This is just one of the yelps of pain intelligence (or who wears shoes on a regular basis)
day? heard coming from the bowels of Ben Hill Griffin would call UF perennial pretenders when the Gators
Stadium last week when about 147,000 UF students times in
have finished atop the SEC standings three
We that what trends in
hope no matter develop
con
smashed into a 6-foot area of Gate 14 while waiting to the last seven years.
dom sales, UF administrators keep the machines in place. buy Florida State tickets.If Coming next time: In a candid interview, Gov. Bob

Another thing Criser said when he turned down the you were there,get well soon.If you weren't, let's Martinez explains how such a high-profile position like
task force's second recommendation to install machinesis just say there was a little lack of leg space in line. national drug czar might go to a droopy-faced, incom-
that he was just a little too old fashioned to have coin- Some ticket buyers compared the experience to exitingthe petent buffoon like himself. Just say no, indeed.
operated condom machines in his school's restrooms. womb at birth.LETTERS Mark Wallington is a fifth-year journalism student.

Fortunately for students, the administrators who succeeded TO THE EDITOR

him didn't agree. They realized that STD education Collier may be unaware of this friend of mine had to wait two
and prevention is anything but old fashioned. Materialism feeds since many of his properties are weeks after moving in for deliveryof

Collier's motivationEditor poorly lit and bordered by roads his appliances.A .
replete with potholes. three-bedroom brick home
alligator : I am extremely suspiciousof for month utilities not
Maybe Collier, who wants to rents $800 a ,
Editor Nathan Collier's plans to renovate inflated
included. Are these the
beautify the area, can explain why
the Student Ghetto because I
Judy A. Plunkett will future
his"College Park"apartments have rates Collier slap on
have yet to meet a Ghetto resident renovations? Is Collier fooling any-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor been painted with colors ranging
who feels the Collier
same
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier way from pink to pale yellow and ran- ,one into believing his motivations
does.Collier domly decorated with amateurish, are altruistic and not materialistic?
need for
sees a improved
Letters Policy tacky caricatures of student life. Colliers's version of "prefab"
lighting and roads. I whole-
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page) They should be agree stopped.Felix .
typed double.spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name address and telephone heartedly. It is, however, Gaines- Collier's renovation of several yuppie condos must be
the number.editorial Names page will editor be withheld at 376.4458.It the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call ville's responsibility, not Collier's, brick homes along N.W.17th Street McAllister
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STRESSfrom page 1 No sleep means concentration loss 1


body to be as healthy as possible for your mind to severe, except a loss of concentration."
work By MEG RICHARDS Under very severe conditions of sleep
efficiently, Perkins said.
And what about those long nights when
Alligator Writer deprivation can be helpful, but
naps
Perkins suggests planning meals ahead of timeso
you have to read more than 200 pages?
takes
students the time it
Webb warns to
you don't just "grab anything." Stock up on It's 3 a.m.,your exam is tomorrow andyou're According to Webb, you will probably go
from the is big price to
healthy snacks now, freeze meals ahead of time or still on page 12. You're getting to sleep before finishing the final chapter, recover nap a pay.

order out for Chinese instead of a cheeseburger."Lack v-e-r-y s-l-e-e-p-y. although what you do manage to read,
Aha,you say. I'll stay alive with Vivarin.
of time is no excuse for poor nutrition," UF psychology Professor Wilse B. you will remember. According to Webb, caffeine will keep
she said."Build a balanced diet into your schedule." Webb has some advice for students pull- The problem with studying when you you awake, and if used correctly caffeine

For students feeling overwhelmed by the stressof ing all-night cram sessions. are tired is loss of concentration.At pills can be safe. But the drug can't re-

finals, or just suffering from basic adjustive Everyone has a biological clock, and times when you are fighting relax- place sleep.
disorders that result from psycho-social stress, the according to this clock, there Is a set ation, it is good to take a break and get
Student Mental Health Services offers oneononeand pattern of sleep needed and time of sleep. "restarted," Webb said. A brisk walk out- Nutritionist Dr. Judy Perkins warns

group therapy. A student stress management When you stay up all night, you violate side or a brief snack might be helpful,but that most people have a threshold for
resource center also will be available soon. these needs, Webb said. naps may do more harm than good. caffeine intake, and once passed, it can

For information regarding these counseling ser "Sleep Is a gentle tyrant," Webb said, Once you go to sleep, your body will make you jittery, which decreases your
vices, call 392-1171. "The consequences of sleep loss are not want you to continue. ability to concentrate.




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;: Medal of Honorwinners,Crews
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t field trips to the museum becauseit
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months as a prisoner of war near veterans Sunday afternoon.
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Lg 2bd// 2bth in Wills. Village HUGE bal I [
1 FURNISHED House 2bdm clo"lo UF. Avail Dec $350.
485/mo/ dep. Avail. 12/1/ GPD
cony neg. classified ad
Sally 378-5496 D 332-0869 N. -28-5-2 :
detect. neigh close to ok
campus pets ti'F;
Housing Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop 2 bedroom/2 1/2 bath, screened porch, 335-5701 11-26-5-4 .: ::- r Rent .Furnished
all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, : : : In Person:
washer/dryer In Casablanca East for .;
parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. Spring. $500/mo./ Call 336-4641 leave Regency Oaks-1bd/1 ba $345/mo avail : 2 For Rent Unfurnished Cash, check. MC or VISA.

117 NW 15th St. 3774269. 12-14-62-1 message. 11.30.7.2 able 10.4 Jan. Call John at 373-4694. 12-3- ::- 3 .Mobile HomesFor The Alligator Office

OAKBROOK 2/2 lurn. t05 W. University Ave.
and unfurn. Roommate Rent/Sale
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Nice Mill Run. 2 br, 2 1/2 ba townhouse.
matching avail. Wash/dry. From LOOKI! House 4 rent. 2-3 large bdrms, M.F 8am4pm
Vaulted dlahw.gard.n .
ceilings, washer/dryer,
16250. Diversified Properties, REAL- window, walk-in closet. $425 fireplace, fenced yd/deck close 2 campusmall. :.4.Sublease' House/Apt./ .
TOR. 373-9375 or 3789090. 12-14-29- Pets ok/no depl Only 495/mth ; Main BookstoreHub
1 month + utilities. Call 336-8612. 11-29- 376-7652 11-26-5-4 5 Roommates Customer Service DeskM

5.2 6 For Sale::'"\ F 8 am 4:30 pm

3 room furnished apt. Full kitchen, cable, PETS OKIIII Sublet 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse. Pool,
Reitz Union Cashier's Office
phone, pool. Next to Oaks Mall and 1.75. volleyball, laundromat, pets allowed. 7 Real Estate ,
Special 1 bedroom w/
apt. yard, 0
M-F 0
Rent by week or month. $450/mo./ 331 Close to Shands, In Mt. Vernon $495/mo. am pm
1618. 121419.1 microwave paddle fan, gas heat A a/c Call 3777344. 12-14-10-4 8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed
$249/mo./ 373-5018 11-30-6-2
i.9 Autos : .,> Medical Bookstore, ShandsM
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OAKBROOK- bd// 2 ba, new furnished, ALOHA GARDEN APTS PARK PLACE big 2bdr/2ba avail Jan 1. : ... .:.: .: F, 8 am. 4.30 pm

washer/dryer, pool, 1/2 mile from cam 3 br 2 ba, $545 per mono plus a free New Close to UF, $490mon + security dep. 10 Wanted'

pus. Call 376-6696. 11.30-5.1 Year week vacation on Daytona Beach on Call anytime 335.3558. 12.4.10.4 11 Services .:,. By Mail:

usl 3770555. 12-14-16-2 Use forms weeklyin
Sublease 1 block from UF appearing
apt. $170/mo./
.12 Services
Typing
the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
Available mid-Dec. Call Scott at 378-
FOR RENT: Super Clean 2bdrl1 ba duplex apt., central 2424 or Greg at 372-8123. 12-5.'0.4 13 Help Wanted mail. MC VISA, or checks only.
heat/air, fenced yard, bike to UF, pet
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk OK $3lO/mo./ Call Sarah 3753378. 11- 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
Oxford Manor sublease Male to share .
30.5.2 2bd/2ba. $275mo after Dec.20. Very spacious 'I 15 Personals," Payment by VISA or Mastercard

to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR S270-$280, w/d Included. Keep $275 deposit. ONLY. Five dollar minimum.M .
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. Studio, 1bdr/2bdr Fall opts available now, Call 3714699. 11-28-5-4 16. Connections F 8:30 4 pm.
Spring or semesters. Walk to UF,
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs.
College Park Properties. 3717777. 11-
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- 30.5.2 F roommate needed to sublease spring 17 Notices Q How to correct

76.2 sem. Quiet, clean, Summit Hs. ALARM 18' Rides

2.bd apts, d/w/ porch $375; 1 with w/d, sys, OWN room, walk to UF & Shands. cancel ad:
your
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet $197mo' +1/2. Call 3360322. 11-28-5-4 19' Pets
$385 fans
; central h/a, on bus. SW villas. .
washer/dryer available In most units for
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 & 2 Bath 373.0701. 12.14.15.2 POLOS F n/s/ own bedroom/bath 20 Lost & FoundO Cancellations:

$250-$375, see & Imr. 3726422. 12-14- House for rent: 2.5bedroom 2bath, nice washer/dryer, furnished or unfurnished Call 373.FIND Mon. .Fn,8.4pm.
76-2 $255 + 1/3/ util. Lots of extras. Call 336- No refunds can be given.
In NW
yard quiet area. $390 per month,
7866 Iv. 11-30-7-4
cats ok, min bike, 378-1932 afternoons message.
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INCREDIBLE a evea. 11-30-5-2 When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Efficiency Apt. 2 miles from campus, 1 yr old huge 2 bdr/ I Check your ad the FIRST day it /uns

Starting at $185 One bedroom apartment for rent, quiet 22 ba condo In Casablanca W. 2- Call 373.FIND with any corrections before
Starting at $235 / 2 Bedroom privacy. Only $500/mo. Avail Dec
NW neighborhood, 7mins, only $185' story Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
MEADOWCREST110NW39thAve 20. 3350442. 11-29-5-4
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
month, cats ok. 378-1932 eves, prefer
grad student. 11-30-5-2 DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected

378-3968 Available Spring In Gainesville Garden Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

375-3861 1 bedroom apartments, bike to UF, Quiet, Townhouseswalking distance to UF, Union Shands take No refunds or credits can be given after
12-14-76-2 across from Tigert. Own room for F In 5 or may
spacious, most utilities included, central after
placing the ad. Changes called in
bdr/2 ba apt. $175/mo + utll. 3780657. THREE to apPear. Ads
NEAR heat & ac. Villager West Apartments 371. "11-30-5-4 days the first day will not be compensated
NATIONWIDE/SHANDS/VA
/ 2BR
7777. 11-30-5-2 for of time
walk-In may run any length
closet/skyllght.quiet area. $350
KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060 11-30-5- 4bd/2ba/ apartment. W/D, cent ac., 5 blks. Sublease spacious 1 bd// 1 ba apt. near and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
Corrections must be made in at
2 Law School. Bike to UF Safe area. person
from campus, well lit parking pets ok, Camelot Avail. Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
Apts. Immediately. Reg
$730 mo, clean, nice, available Jan 1.
Check Our New Specials Call 377-8965. 12.7.10.2 $389/mo, rent now $360/mo/ obo. Nov. for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction f...

All Amenities Available free. Call 336-6262 after II pm. 11-29-5-

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom 1 block from
apt, campus,
Roommates Avallabl.W.'re Partially furnished 2 bd/1 1 ba. $320motill
completely remodeled 600 ft. $390
NO.1REGENCY sq Aug 1. First month rent and no de
per month. Call Scott 376-2424. 11-30-
Call ROOMMATESFemale ROOMMATESSUBLET
OAKS 5.2 posit. 371-4790 anytime. 11295.4

378-5766
3230 SW Archer Road .e.etPARK PLACE**** non-smoker to share 2br 2ba aptw : Georgetown Apartments
COUNTRY GARDENS PHOENIX up/down opts, hookups, dishwasher 3br/2ba sublease for spring. $81 O/mo. same. $245 + 1/2 utll. must like cats) Available now, great location.
' carpet $310. KEY MANAGE Contact Josh at 3357138. 11.30-5.4 3353764. 11.28.20.5 $150/month November (reel Call Steveat
373.4500 MENT 3723060. 11.30.5.2 336-1338 leave message. 12-7-20-5

2001 SW 16th Street SUBLEASE immediately' 2bed/1ba apt In Wlndmeadows n/s F to share large master

r 12-14-76-2 SW area, close to UF, Shands, and shopping bdr In furnished 2/2. Available Immediately WALK TO UFII 2 bedroom/1 bath $175.

SPACIOUSONE MOBILE HOMES: center. Centr heat/air, 2 swimming spring. $165/mo./ Call 3355284. COLLEGE PARK 411 NW /15 St. 371-

pools. No dep/320 a month, Call 334-, 11-30-16-5 7777. 11-30-10-5
BEDROOM APT.
3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo 5728. 11-30-5-4
ONLY $273MO.LYONS Oxford Manor. female ns to share 2 bdr / F/N/S for Spring. Own bd/ba $268+1/3

.. APT Apt directly across from campus. Completely 2 ba apt., partially furnished ADT security utilities, w/d Included. Call Kerrl at 336-
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 Farmsrentals from $260 incl.
furnished, only $188 per month. system. $250 + 1/2/ utilities Call LeA. 6393. 11-30-10-5
12-14-76-2 water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn
Free, convenient parking. Available Dec nne or Joy 3774058. 121425.5
main. Also some great buys. Quletl Will 19.371-2410.' 11-30-5-4 Female n/s, serious student. Own roomIn
1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 nice, older home. 2 blocks from cam

rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- Open weekends too. 12.14.47.3SUBLEASE Spacious one bedroom apartment one I need a home. F n/s seeking same to pus. $180/mo./ + util. 378-1292 or 378-
BURG VILLAGE sublet or share apt. for Spring
3761253. 12-5-30-2 block from campus. Some furniture, sublet Please semester. 5897. 11-30-9-5
call 372-9389
or 305.792.5387
Dec $250. Option for new lease Jan.
Duplex apt. 1 BR, LR, Kit, bath, AC/heat, Keep calling 377-1579. 11.27.2.4 eve, before 10pm. "..30.10.5F SPRING 911 F/M n..d.dlarg. bedroomIn
3 blocks from UF, 1 blk off Univ Ave. : 3 bdrm. house, 3 blks. 'from campus-

$225.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR. A- Sub-lease, 2br/lba/ n/s needed: own bdr In furn 2/1 across $160 plus utilities. Flreplacel) 376-5177.
4 spring semester,
HOUSEAPT.Sublease
Frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338- from UF. NW Apt, upstr secured windows .
1839. 11-30-10-2 Jan-May, $350month + security, walking door alarms. $205 +1/2 utll. Call F n/s rmmate for spring In 2 bdrm apt

t ibr/lba $350 per mon starting distance to UF, upstalrs-poolvlew.: 378-0850 Iv msg. 11-27-7-5 behind Norman. Own room, wood floors.
Call:377-9401: 11-30-5-4
... MORE FOR YOUR Dec 1. Regency Oaks. Contact Jim at $150 month + 1/2 utilities. 376-5486 Ive
SPACIOUS 34 bdrm lownhomei 3783937. 11-28-10-4 2nd Mill Run condos, m/f, own bedroom message. 11-30-8-5
Large story 1 bdr/1 ba unfurnishedapt.
Close to SFCC A UF cable, washer/dryer, can move In at end

Woodgate Manor Apartments Need someone to sublease apt. by Dec. December. on pond$380/mo.In Windmeadows.Call 3772757.Available 11. of fall or Jan 1. $225 & 1/2 utits. Call CINEMA N' DIRSIFTHOUSE

332-4544 1. bdr loft, new carpet. $349/mo./ Archer Joe at 3383932. 11-26-5-5

501 SW 75th Street Woods. Donna 376-0210 or office 373- Sublet 1 br furn apt In Colonial Manor,
INNOCENT
PRESUMED
12-14-21-2 8727. 11-28-10-4 Room for rent In 3/2 on 5 acres just 3 .
Smln to Tigert. W8Idry, 3rd or 5th floor,
pool, asap. $290/mo/ 378-7810 7pm or Iv miles from town. M/F, prefer n/s./ Horse (R)
.. Beautiful 3 bd/3 ba condo. Screened REGENCY OAKS f/ns to share 3br/2ba, ,11-30-5-4 welcome $150 mth + 1/3 utll.! Call 377-.

'. porch, waiher/dryer ceiling fans, corner $120 share/i65own/ + l/4utllity, December msg. 4594. .11-26-5-5 .
unit In Rockwook Villas $725/mo. 336- '90 free ASAP call Christy 336-8152. 7:15: 9:45r :

3982 (leave message) -26-5-2 11-30-12-4 House, 2 Bdr Fenced Yard. N/S, F/M. 3 i
5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE ml or 10 mln from UF. Great for student

2 BR CONDO In SW close to UF and Sublet 1 br, furnished or unfurnished In with pets. 185mo +. 1/2 utll. cable, fur. T-

shopping. Pool/fenced The Laurels w/d, dw, ALARM ft more. VILLAGE nished. 3774795. 11-22-5-5 A F % i

palio/c.nt.alr/dllhwaaher. $425 KEY Available, Call 336-4151. 11-30-10- Roommates available. Reserve your
MANAGEMENT 3723060. 11-30-5-2 room for spring. Bus serviceto F-NS wanted for Spring In 3 bd 2 ba 1

F n/s needed to sublease a room In 2br/1 UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn, block from campus. Huge bedroom &

&0\. CAW Properties. 1 bedroom and efficiencies bh apt. in Spanish Trace by 1/91 $200/mo $175-$250 per roommatemonth.MZ closets $207/mo+ 1/3 else & phone

1 block from campus. $ 35.170 per + 1/2 utll Call Amy 335-9191 or 392-' Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor Free water. Must seal Call 3713949.

month, call Scott at 378.2424. 11-28-5-2 9575 ,11-28-5-4 375-0207 11-26-5-5





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ROOMMATESRoommate ROOMMATES ROOMMATESLiberal ROOMMATESF 6 FOR SALE


wanted- M/F to share 3 bd3 .WANT TO MOVE OUT?. Fem Rmmt F/M for own room In apt 2 blks to nil/ lor Spring -neatin 3bd/2ba/ house TYPESETTERVarityper 5410. 2 Disk
ba brand new apartment Spacious bed. needed! Share nice 3bdrm apt, own master UFo $170 + sd. Should like cats, smokers 7 blks from UF Own room, wash/dry/ drives, 2 Mm cassettes, 2 Mm canmsters
room includes own bath. W/D/ includedfull + bdrm ft ba, $195/mo./ Call Cindy 334- 375-1274 after 6 pm. Nov. free $135/mo + 1/3 util Call Kathy 375.6276. Factory reconditioned, unused in past 2
amenities Reflections $220/mo 332- 7624 11-27-5-5 11-27-25 yrs Perfect for small typesetting jobs
3537 11.26.5.5OAKBROOKown Roommate needed. non-smoking female Good machine for small type shop System
Need F roommate lor own bedroom In 3 bdrm 2 bath, Regency Oaks Call Marcy Duckpond mil/ needed to live with Rob n Includes 3 rolls 6 in. RC Mm & 6 font
bedroom and bath.Washdry. Wind meadow I. $1 115/mo., available Jan. 3366B88 126-10-5 Darryl $165/mo/ +1/3 util + $160 dep disks, $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
Furnished with microwave.. 373 9926 for more Info.
Call wood floors Rent
uary. now 336-4136 12.5.10.5STOP now or spring 91 Cynthia -
Available on Dec. 24 $325/mo. + 1/2 util November's rent free! F n/s/ to share bl- 373.2555. 11.30.5.5
ities. 378-5171. 11-27-5-5 READINGI) This is it-Female room level apt. 165/mo + 1/3/ utilities Call Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
3346995. brlnd.lr. all at New Location) Car
mate wanted.Own bedrm & ba.wash/dry, 11-262-5 Roommate wanted to share 3bdr 12ba. our
Greenwich Green n/s f to share 1/2 utll, $180/mo. Call 3360550 leave house 6 mi. east of UF WasherDryerand / Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
twnhse for Own 2 rooms for rent 2070. 12-14-76-6
3br/2 Sba Spring. master Duckpond area housens $175/mo.
message. 11-28-5-5 many extras / and 1/3/ util.
bd/ba/ $233/mo + 1/3 util, cable (reel' Call wsh/dry pets ok lull kitchen bike to UF 3766827 12-7-10-5
335-3712 Iv m... 11-27-5-5 ROOMMATE WANTEDHI spring Own $150 rent + 1/3/ util + $150 deposit Crlmeatopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar

bd/ba., rent neg. wi/ 1/3/ utilities Call Kenor 0378-7974 11284.5 F n/s roommate wanted for own bdr/ba/ in Detectors, Infinity, Sansul, Sony,
Casablanca W. rmmt needed lor Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo
brand
Jim at 378 2895. 11285.5 new mobile home Washer/dryer/ ,
N/S roommate lor own bdr In Gator Town. We Beat All Prices 373-3754 .
2br/2.5ba, wa/dry, scrn patio, cell Ins. pets. negotiable Must like dogs $175/mo 12 14-76-
Avail mid-Dee $2B2/mo + 1/2ut 305-973- N/S M/F/ to share 2bdr 1 bath apt $195 mo Furnished 2/2. Nov paid. 170/mo + 1/2 + 1/2 util. Call Kathy 375.8489. 11-30-5- 6
4424/335-3127. 11-30-8-5 ulll Call 375.5824 lor Rich 11-295-5
1/2 util. 5
+ (Spring semea) Call David or
Sam 3719686. 11-28-5-5 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering'Harman
LAKEWOOD VILLAS Need m/f lor own Oxford Manor-f/ns/ for spring, furnished Private Room, 1 Blk to UF, Lock Mail box, Kardon, Autotek JBL Toshiba,
br/ba In 3br/3ba $232/mo + 1 1/3 util Secu. Female roommate wanted lor Gatorwood apt-security, own bedroomibath to be cox cable, utilities' Incl. Share Crunch Mailer MEl VSE alarm Lanzar
CALL NOW 3359599. furnished 2 bedrooml! Call 125 NW 23 Ave 371.4378. 12-14-766
rity System. 11. apt. l bd/l ba. Call 373-7579 11-2855 373-7504 kitchen/bath. $150mo. 376 3291 or 491-
27-5-5 lisa 11-29-4-5 2083 beeper 11.30.5.5

Serious m student lor clean rm in Ig F N/S roommate; near UF, nice home; Responsible, clean n//.s own rm In Orlando n/s/ F needed Jam to share new DISCOUNT HI-FI
Safe hardwood floors, fireplace, lor 722 S. Main 0 The Red
7bd/2ba upstairs apt 3blks to UF 1616 area; 4bed/2bth/ house avail spr w/d/ Irplc, behind 3/2/ house w/2 recent UF grads $240/mo./ Bldg.
1/3 utilities 377-
NW 3 Ave, l60/mo + sec + lease, no 0385 Spring, 11-26-3-5$155 per mo + Norman. l90/mo + 1/4 util Call Call Piper 407.293.6318 leave message WE ARE CHEAPER
pets 495-9024 12.4.10.5 3760549 11.28.3.5I 11.30.5.5 12.14-766

BRANDYWINE. n/s/ needed to share a CAR ALARMS installed remote control
I &5;=THE MOs'LE' GoLDfiSH by Brett Schroeder room; 2bdrm/1ba; fully/nicely furs; any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
$160/mon./ + 1/3 util; Come seal! 373- demo. Call 338-9193 student Iv message

FIRST/ wf'U- hEED 069.. 1111T, I GUESS ? 0024. 124-7-5 12-14-37-6

TV CIlOW/ WELL I'D WHAT I MEAN 1 IS KWMl I THIS OF.COIXSE IN THAT ROOM IN LARGE HOUSE **Palmer six string acoustic guitar only

MtJc.H WEIGHTLIRE, 70'r'OV'LL \\1af< WttfHT OH I't. beside UF needs m, ns $145/mo/ part $120' ***Sony apt ML turntable "lop of
t.' BARBER CASETHE the line $200. Call 334.8446. .28.5.8
vVAor LOSE ABOUT THE BAR8CU.DOYCW LONGER THE util Scot 335-7797 Iv. msg. 11.28.3.5

TEW Po\MS.\ WANT T& LIFT? ),? WAIT THE.BETTER ROOMMATE WANTED!! GOLF CLUBSII Full set with Ping goll
bag and brand new grips never used'l'
Only $240 Call Dave 334.9012' 11-29-
T 0 a F for 3br/3ba/ in Spyglass Spring w/d
rr 0y O1i $228/mo/ 335-2963 Valerie. 11283.5 5-8
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FOR SALE REAL ESTATE AUTOS AUTOS 11 SERVICESMiss


MICRO/CENTER/ Computer for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' '87 Mazda 626, 2door, LX, Sspeed, air, Buick Regal 1983 auto st wagon NW Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
Editor's choice Hewlett! ? Don't let an opportunity to sell am/lm tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks. 46k V6 ac/am/fm/ good condition near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
Northaate M/C/ Prices property pass you byl I Alligator Clas mlg. Excellent condition, must sell. 335. $2500 or best offer $20, 10% disc to Students. 332-8917,
mailorder Systems below include offers you the cheapest way to 5303. 11-29-15-9 Saeful 334-5057 12-14-76-11
40mb ((28mi) Hardditk, graphics your real estate in the public eye. 11-27-5-9
MC 286/12-/ $948, MC 386SX- $ else can you keep your property In '85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
Northgate 38620$2499.. Leading market for as little as four dollars a 5 speed, a/c, am/tm tp, sunroof, power ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW Get confidential testing and treatment at
386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & ? To make It even easier, you can door/locks. Excellent cond. 3355303. RATES, low payments, fast drive- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881
$1995.1 11112 year warranties. your ad over the phone; all you 11-29-15-9 thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277. 12-14-76-11
ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer- Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call 377CARS. WE CARE. 12-14-17-8
HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. today to place your ad. 1981 Niassan Maxima-silver, diesel, pwr ** GATOR MOVING **
Nissan 300 ZX 1986 5-apeed,
sity Ave. 12-14-52-8
sunroof & windows, automatic. 100,000
large 3 bdr/2 ba house. Family mll'lln good condition. $2000 335-4937. am/fm/tape/ air, T-top, excellent condition Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1-
FUTON AND FRAME SALE garage, fireplace, large fenced 12-3-11-9 or best offer. Call 332-8473. 12-6- Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves./ Long dls.
Extra thick cotton/loam/ futons, & Walk 4 blocks to UF & Shands. 10-9 Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 3744791. 12-14-76-
bed frames. From only $200 + $6,000 down 338-0256. 12- 1985 Mercury Capri gs 4cyl amlm tilt ps 11
1988 Ford Bronco II XLT. Excellent con
Call Al 373-3127 or Matt
30-15-6 pb pw plocks hatchb 30mpg excellentbodyinterior dition 34,000 miles. A/C ft all options, SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
REPOS 6 condos consider trades $2200 obo asking $10,500. Call 373-8265. 11-30-5- boarding woodser facilities *
call 373-2585. 11-27-7-9
SAFARI AUDIO...for all of your to $46900 in SW and NW $500 9 hay rides parties sales working
rto needs. Come see the with payments beginning at $194. 78 Ford T-Bird. A/C/ am/lm casst., good Students accepted. 466-3224, 375-6080.
Safari Audio. 4110 SW 34th SI 43 USA Realty t Investment Inc. 378- tires. $1095 obo. Call after 3 pm at 335- 10 WANTEDLocal 121478.11
1128. 12.5.15.6 11.30.5.7 9423 11-26-5-9
*SUNBELT MOVING*
'.. OAKTREE SHADZ: MOTORCYCLES Mitsubishi Mirage., 1990. 16k miles, air Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Professional' Moving/Packing A Supplies.
Ray Ban$ $ $ conditioning, power steering, am/lm Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine 1- Item -House full. Local/Lng/ dist.
Call 335-6450 to save your NIGHTHAWK cass. 334-5737. 12-3-10-9 Jewelry 373-9243. 12.14.78.10 Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375-

30-12-6 Low miles New tires, 2 helmets EX. 1977 Ford Granada. 4 door, brown, ** I NEED 2 FSU 11X ** MOVE. 12-14-76-11
Call Eric 334-8783 $900. 11-30-
Car audio Installationsany radio $450. small refrigerator 33'x 1 19" $40 Ph Call 3744091. AAA STORAGE
EO, speakers at cheap prices. 3345878. 11-26-5-9 11-28-5-10 Close to UF, Convenient
equipment for sale. Alpine, 4x4x4 $15/mo 1
EXPRESS MOPED
ADS BA. act 3323523. very good 1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS door
mechanic-owned, $380. Call 336- pwr WANTED Ford Mustang 2-door 4-cyllnder 4x8x8 $30/mo
11-30-5-8 locks, seats, windows, a/c/ auto, wht 1983 thru 88 for half hour engineering 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
Davis Cup Finalstickets.. St. ext/blue Int. Exc cond- must sell blltoll.r Inspection. Will pay. Call 375-8710 men-
burg, Nov 30-Dec 2. Will take best
Honda Rebel. $850. Good condi 3345053. 12-3-10-9 tion case no 90079. 1 11-29-5-10
Call Craig at 3710023. 11.26-5-6
Call 462-2960. 11-30-5-8
75 Olds Omega-4dr, straight 8 cyl w air, Need 2 or 3 FSU tickets
ORCA EDGE Dive Computer. new paint, tires, tint, see to appreciate, Call 3380389. If not there, leave mes
Batteries and all accessories. AUTOS "CLEAN", $1500 371.7481. 11.21-5.9 a2 FOR 291 PAGE CATALOG
$475 neg. Nights and weekends sage. 11-28-3-10 OR PHONE TOLL FREE FOR INFORMATION

8352. 11-27-5-6 Chevy Cavalier, automatic, 4-door, 82 Honda Civic: 4dr, new motor, brakes, Need 2 FSU tickets. TOP $. Call 335- 1.800.777.7901We
'84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon, tires, and a/c.Tint. $2300 obo. 3717481.
1 Nagel serigraph .14 $350.1 rare / a/c, auto, 8 cylinder. 3355303. 11-30-5-9 9070 or 336-1454. 11.27.2.10
Hollywood serigraph $1000. $1300 I
both. Firm separate. Ask for - t U
3784. 11-27-5-6

Apple MAC II CX.40 H.D./5/ RAM, TOYOTAMYERS I Need YouWe
color monitor, ext. keyboard. .

ranty. $4200 obo. David I have built our prevention programs on the contributionsof

Plane Ticket-United Rndtrp from SERVICE CENTER ill

Call Denver Rebecca leave Dec.338-0056.26, return 11-28-5-6 Jan. 2 I people like you, who are constantly looking ahead to

YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING Filter Oil & Cooling I make a safer and understanding world.

From the company that' offers System
Gold for distinctive beauty. .Ill'7) Change Service
There I I. a difference; look for III! I Our goal is to build better
verslty Book & Supply. 11-26-1-6 $11.95 $16.951 _
communication.
Car stereo for sale: Kenwood cass relationships through
CD changer ft eq., 2-Alplne amps W. Work Only On Toyota I .
car phone. Call 336-1600 & leave the Reitz ;
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SOLID CHERRYWOOD BED : : Union Rm. 357 at 5 pm. :

Dbl w/mattress set, $300. Nagel u.pyGoneU/M TO'O. t
w/frame $500 335.2963. 11-28-3-6
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Organ $5.00. Broiler $5.00. Child 377-5487
ame Street Chair $5.00. Call ::I"a'.._
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Wheelchair bound female needs help
COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarhipil WordPerfect 3758967Sell
College Scholarship Locators pob Pregnancy Test 5.1. quality work fast results, low rates, Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. w/shopping. Computer light-housekeeping ability helpful, transport t miactasks.
1881 Joplin, MO 648021881. 800-879- Gainesville Women's dependable, personal service. Tara 332- Benellls Insurance. 12-14-76-13 nec.372.2387. I 11-26-4-13 I
7485. 12.14.75.11 HEALTH CENTER 1469. 121478.12
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate .
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In new for the
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TypingLaser Typesetting**
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 377-5055 just T-thlrtt. Bt the first to tell
of jock Itch of call
ABORTION (To 24 Wks) resume report letter 4s etc. (fungus groin) MAQIC-T'e. Colon and designs
3315379. 12126313NANNIES
376-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave.
BIRTH CONTROL change with temperature changes.Call .
1233 NW 10th Av. 12-14-75-11 Gynecology Services Alachua Word Processing 12.14.78.12 see NEEDED,Top Pay Top Alan ((613)262-7632.) 11-27-5-13

372-1664 Term Paper Typeset ResumesBusmes Famlllee, NY and Vicinity, Au Pair
MC/VISA/lnsurance Only Inc. 1-800-468-8899. 12-14-54-13 Housekeeper-$70 for 1 day-a-month. All
Personal Etc.
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domestic duties Cecil
Fret Pregnancy Test except laundry.
Member TYPING YOU Q'vllle WRITE Handicapped IT. WE TYPE Typing IT 378-7179 Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate 332-0786 after 7pm. 11-28-5-13
National Abortion Federation In new drug study for the treatment
12-14-S3-11 I Typing Typesetting Theses, of athlete's foot. Call 3315379. Agressive advertising salesperson
12 SERVICES needed Flexible hours. Car
12.14.35-13 necessary.
Dis. & Manuscripts ONLY
** LET'S PARTY ** Experienced tee Grad Sch list Great potential. Apply In person. Gator
Rental Finders 1702 W. Ave.
Gator Boogie 371.4919 Professional DJ *Typlng reports business legal K.B. William 332-1402 12-14- INTELLIGENCE JOBS. 11273.13 University
service all musical formats. 12-14-42- resumes cassettes transcribed applications 40-12
11 letters notary *etc Available CIA US Customs DEA
Sharp, Professional people needed for
24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 12147612 TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA FAST,
etc. full or part-time work as rental consultant.
"MARIJAN OF HOLLAND"Cu.tom ACCURATE. CALL
Must enjoy working with people. We will
made clothe ft alterations, no 3764854. Now Hiring Call ((1)) 80S 687-6000 Ext. train. Apply at Gator Rental Finder 1702W.

pattern needed, 20 yre. ..p. Fast service MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full 11-29-20-12 K-9486 University Ave. 11273.13 ..
call 332-8318. 12-14-23-11 I
ft self service computing. Open until Thesis, term paper, reports. Legal and The Division of Housing Office for
10pm Su-Th. ATTENTION all campus organizationalNeed !
Typing starts @ *
DAVE'S DETAILING When you think of 1.50/pg medical termlnolgy, WP 5.0 ft. laser Staff and Student Development Is look-
Resumes $6 Self service resume $S$? Participate in a simple 1 weekoncampus
a dirty car, think ol Dave. Complete professional $2.50/hr printer. Call 378-2034 or 376-8521. 11- Ing lor a Program Asalstant/Grtphiea/ marketing project. Call Jill at
,15/page. Laser
typeset
auto detailing. $40. 3361314. 28.10.12 Artist lor 15-20 hrs./wk. paying $3.80
12.4.10.11 graphic spell check theses papers per hr. Position begins Spring 1991. 3368372. 11-26-1-13

databases* special characters employment FAST Accurate Beautiful Typeset Papers Applications available at the Housing Informal Sales-students. needed to sell
mailmerge training. WordPerfect
**** ELECTRICAL SERVICE **** Dissertations, return; Office. Application deadline It NOVEMBER handcrafted Peruvian jewelry & other
New lines, lights, Installation, ceiling specialist. Visa/MC. 12145212TypingWord charts/graphics, 'laser copy/disk Inc. Th.Prolonal 21, 1990. For more Information neat stuff-Call BJ for details 454-3501 ,
fans, trouble shooting. Ph 334-5878 Processing. Quality dependable Editor3713517. 11-30-6- contact Kalhy Smith at 392-2181. 11-30-5-13
3715024. 11-27-5-11
Beeper
service. Reasonable rates. Resume Professionals Word processor, part-time, must know
Laser printer. 377-8175 til 00pm.: 12- WP 4.2, 60 available Immedi
YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING Laser quality resume services. On campus + cwpm
The ring that' always put through additional 14.78.12 pickup/delivery. 378-8598. 12-14- ately. 376-5465 or 4660315. 1231013 BUSINESS
hardening processes to provide .
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There It a difference; look for III Flor- Complete writing ft. development ser Processing 24 hr/7day. Fast, ac- Do you need money for Christmas? Want
dla Book Store. 11-26-1-11 vices. Resume House 3718148. 12-14- curate, spell check edit Guaranteed.Call ajob you can work on your own time? Call
76-12 3355646. Ivmsg, 11-30-5-12 4724107. 12410.13 FLORIDA COLLEGE RING
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BUS. PERSONALS PERSONALS PERSONALS 17 NOTICESMeeting 20LOST & FOUNDFinders


Professional photographer seeks fashion scheduled? Luncheon planned? Keepers?
COMPUTERS, terminals & ., buy, tell
trade, rent & Great pc prices, QUALITY SHOE SALEOver models Top rates paid send details to Let everyone know whats happening by II you find something. you can place a
CDCS 818 repair.W Unlv. 3380378. 1214.78.14 ,100 models still on sale featuring P.O. Box 13885 Gnvlle. FL. 32604. 12 placing a classified adl FREE ad In our Lost & Found section Be
Nike, Reebok, Avla, & more. Great values 7.14.15 kind to someone who s lost what you've
and selection for the holiday season. Spend Winter Break In Israel With Tagar found. Call 373FIND.
Lloyd Clarke 1504 NW 13 St 11,.30.5. SEC CHAMPIONSHIP 2 weeks for only $995. For more information .
LOST: female cat brown/orange/ ,tortoiseshell
'15 Kentucky final score posters "The official call 1.800.552.3827. 11.30.10.17
calico. Lost in SW area since 11/1/'
ones" allh. Collect the
15 PERSONALSDoing games. Call 335.2455. 11.26.10.20
FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC* entireset 47534108002263410. 11'
Serving UF since '1977 29.5,'15
things hallway lint part of our Most Insurance accepted 18 RIDES FOUND: prescription glasses found In
style When it comes to quality, the word 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave Christine, Lisa, and JenI Turlington LOOS on Wed 11/14. Can claimat
"compromise" I.n't t part of our vocabu. Dr. Steven Schargel I love you all so much I I'm so happy to be 120 Yon Hall. Ask for John 11.26.3.
lary. That the way we work at EZ Ten 373.7070 the new edition to your family. $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp/ $30 one way 20
nl.134) St Plaza 3722257. 11.30.12.15 '2.14.78.15 Love ya Casey. 11.26.1.15 8 yrs of weekly Frl/Sun bus trips Pets
ok, pkg. transported GMG trans 336 FOUND: Eyeglasses In front of CSE Call

Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray/ .Ban/Gator. Great Need great shoes & U want 'to save? WhoU Wendy and Leslie 70263052663788. 1272018 10 ID 3756081. 26320
prces.reg or rx sunglasses The Optical gonna call? EZ Tennlsl Sale or no sale I love you guys I 11m so happy to be a part
Laboratory 376.5563. 618 SW 4 Ave 1 FOUND: White manx cat female Appearsto
we don't t match prices, we beat them) of your family.
block from Ala Gen. 12.14.76.15 11.30.12.15 Thanks for everything, Jodi. 11.26.1.15 19 PETS have hip problem Found on 11/18 eve
ning near Lake Alice 336.1058. 1126.

Dear customers: thanks for your support ***GET GRIP*** Stratocaster w// Squire 15 cat 3-20
of EZ Tennis Our steadfast promise to Playful, gorgeous Persian/Himalayan
Call ACTS 376 7105
AMP headphone Jack, and Distortion needs caring home. She is 2 yrs with all FOUND Calculator on second floor of
continue to provide quality products at
The Spirit-filled $348 I I.D. $259.
Reg wstudent only shots Please call Tonya at 334.6542. .
Bryant Hall. Call to ID 392 9837. 11.27.
great prices with last friendly service .
Campus Ministry Lipham Music Co. 3725351. 11 30 5 15
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,Here s to you Gainesville 11 30 12 ,15 12.14.78.15 3-20
Golden Chow mix puppy- FREE. 15 wks
SWEAT SALE old wall/ shots Adorable Loves peo FOUND: Man s watch found on Sun.
SKYDIVE pie Many accessories Must sacrifice. 11/18/ outside ot Barnett Bank Univer
Natural Foods and Vitamins Russell sweats 5 sale on
Skydive with The Williston Skydivers year warranty Words cannot describe. Call 336.8612' .
Sandals lily Ave Call Jennifer at 338 1263 to ID
Birkenstock 3367970. 12.14.73.15 nowl/ Huge selection over 25 colors to '11.29.5.'19
Sunflower Health Foods choose from Pants & crew sweat shirts .
87 SW 34th St 372.7482 ALLEY KATZ is a bowling center We $13.88. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13
12.14.76.15B have it alll Pool video games, and beer. St 11.305.15
Open until 1 lam Mon-Thurs. 12.13.43. Krystal Specials For
4 U buy shoes, rackets, sportswear 15
strings, or accessories, check out
G'ville's tennis authority.EZ Tennis 34 St 40% off all warmup suilta. men & women. 16 CONNECTIONSGAY
Plaza. 11.30.12.15PREGNANT
Check early for best selection! Quality GATORSIZEAPMM1RS
products. prices service.EZ Tennis 34 St ? BI? QUESTIONING?
? Don't! guess. Get immediate PI 11.30.,12.IS GAY Switchboard 332.0700 24 hrs
test results from a reliable source Info/Referral/Consultation 12.14.76'16

PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. Ski Wear Sale! Bibs $29.99. jackets
12.14.76.15 $79.99. Polypro long underwear $8 99, EYE EXAMS contact lenses. eye disease !
While supplies last Brasmgton Trail treatment 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum
EZ Tennis oilers 25% off sportswear Shop. 2331' NW ,13 St 11.30.19.15 optometrist 917 W Uric Ave 3761288.
40% oil warmups & 50% off aerobic wear 11.30.14.18
DAILY plus a whole lot morel Check us Y wait for a sale when EZ Tennis has
outll ijl.30.12.15 great shoes lor $30 DAILY? U can pay THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave
more but why? EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza 3728724. Old esoteric books. astrology
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? 11.30.12.15 readings crystals minerals & more. 11-
Get special student discounts on exams 30.10.16
and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. Need CASH for college? Low Interest
HOOD 3770881, 12.14.76.15 loans available regardless of family income 28 GWM attractive, 8 ft tall seeking
Call 813.989.1390. 11.26.10.15 same for I discrete relationship Please
Free labor with string purchase at EZ write POB 2194 G'ville, FL 32602. 11.28. ..01liOKrystuk
Tennis; 30%off tee shirts;25%off shorts ANNIVERSARY SALEI Thanks to you 5.16
.. shirts, sk rts.365 days a yearll 34 St G'ville. we're 3 yr. old.but we're not just
Plaza. 11.30.12.15Permanenl getting older, we're better! Come & see .Cut your own tree & experience the
for yourself EZ Tennis 113012.15 magic of Xmas at Prultts Xmas tree farm.
Hair Removal Open nights! Hayrides, Santa Claus, ---
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for munchies bonfire! Apt size trees as low For Only $3.29"
info about the PERMANENT removal of I O'Connell Center Ws as $13.95. See Gville Sun #20 for direction I
unwanted facial & body hair, 374.4307, 12.7.10.16
'12.'14.76.'IS ., Upcoming Events P.M. j lOne coupon per person per visit. I
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STUDENTS GET CASH$ .Louis Mandrell! Christmas Show I
For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy with special guest Irene Mandrell! J discount or special. Good at Gainesville, .,
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Kid brother USF pushes Gators around 70-61 I



Bulls' Alexander: 'Maybe we're better than them'state SWAN y1Z
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rivals. USF also lost to the
By MIKE SCHULTZ USFs emergence as a bas-
Alligator Writer Seminoles and Hurricanes last ketball power in the state was
sudden the Gators' col-
year.But as as
TAMPA Kid brothers do entering Saturday's sea lapse.
grow up and get even. son opener, it was the Gators
Just ask the Gators, who who were trying to forget their But while it may take time
were beaten up 70-61 by their immediate past,while the Bulls for the Bulls to get the attentionand
younger siblings, the South were trying to draw on theirs. respect of other schools
Florida Bulls, Saturday night at And the Bulls, returning four around the country, they now
the Sun Dome. starters from last year's squad, have earned that respect from
After years of being bulliedby served notice Saturday that the Gators.In PC'

other teams in the state, the they aren't about to be pushed a losing effort in his first 4
Bulls have put on a few pounds, around anymore. game as UF's coach, Lon Kru-
grown a couple inches and may USF took control from the ger had nothing but praise for
be emerging as one of the pre- start, and despite several come- the Bulls."I .
miere basketball teams in Flor back attempts by the Gators,
maintained its composure and thought that South Floridadid
ida.Last year, while Miami ((13- hit critical free throws down the an excellent job controllingthe
15)), Florida State ((16-15)) and stretch to seal the victory. game," Kruger said.
UF ((7-21)) struggled through Not bad for a team which had "They've'got a real nice
their seasons, USF had its best lost 20 games for three straight ballclub. They did a good job
both Inside and on the perimeter. -
season ever. seasons before last year and
"
The Bulls finished 20-11, has lived in relative obscurity .

won the Sun Belt Conference among the state's three athletic Paschal said as nice as it is
Championship and made their powers. to beat other teams in the state,
first NCAA Tournament appearance But USF coach Bobby Pas- his main concern is winningthe
in school history. chal seems to enjoy that obscu- Sun Belt Conference.
UF has dominated USF in rity, and he isn't about to give
12 of 14 his team's "We're not going to worry
the past, winning victory over UF any
"
games since the teams first met special significance."We about rivalries, Paschal said.
in 1971. The Gators had won didn't do anything dif- "We knew who we were playing h
the last eight meetings againstthe ferent as far as our motivationthan tonight, and we knew they hada

Bulls, including last we do every game," Pas- good team."They're .
season's 91-54 pounding chal said after the game. "We an in-state team,
against a frozen USF squad in didn't think about the eight- but we really have to worry
the "Ice Classic" at the game losing streak. We didn't more about getting ready for
O'Connell Center. even know about it. This was our conference games."
Last year's game was de- just the first game out of 30 for
layed for nearly two hours be- us, and we're glad to get a win. USF center, Gary Alexander,
who scored 22 points and
cause icey roads and snow "Naturally, the closer by
grabbed 12 rebounds, summedit
stranded the Bulls' team bus. schools are and fan interest 4
best as to why the Bulls
The Bulls haven't been much takes the emotion up to a up
better against Miami or Florida higher level. But our way of won Saturday's game. MICHELE KAU
State, going 1-5 and 6-15, re- preparing for the game was no "Maybe we're just better UF sophomore Hosie Grimsley, shown here In UF's exhibition victory over I
spectively, against their other different than any other game." then them now." Brazil, scored four points and had five rebounds in the Gators' 70-61 loss.


nwwx I LSU knocks Gators out of SEC tourney .

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conference matches. sophomore Heidi Anderson who had 10 digs
By HUGH HENCKEN
Alligator Writer The Tigers started strong in the first game, and 46 assists.
but UF stayed close to draw the score to 10-10. The Gators played very well against Auburn
The UF volleyball team defeated Auburn Then LSU took over to put away the first game according to UF junior Steffi Legall.
Friday to advance to the Southeastern Confer 15-11. The Gators stormed out to a 7-1 lead in "We came here to win today because we had
ence Tournament Semifinals in Mobile, Ala., the second game but could not contain LSU's to make up for our season," Legall said. "We
but that is as far as the Gators could get. Nyla Shepherd and Monique Adams. Shepherdand think that our 4-4 SEC record does not really
Saturday, the Gators faced Louisiana State, Adams had 20 and 16 kills respectively in show how good we are. We showed tonight that
the SEC regular season and defending tournament the match. we are one of the teams that can win this
ues P PJ champion and lost in straight games, LSU closed out the second game, with the tournament."
15-11,15-9,15-9. strong comeback, 15-9.The third game showed UF coach Marilyn McReavy was pleased with
Louisiana State went on to beat Georgia in much of the same with the Tigers finishing the her team's performance against LSU.

the finals. Gators 1&9.Against "We said McR
to never completely gave up,
LSU has dominated the SEC this year win- Auburn, the Gators started out by eavy. "We played on emotion, there were
ning all of its conference games and taking the taking the first two games 16-14 and 15-7. surges when we played well and times whenwe

number one seed in the tournament.LSU Losing some intensity, the Gators droppedthe did not play well."

beat the Gators in their only meeting third game 11-15, but they rebounded to The UF volleyball team finished the season
earlier this season. Going into the SEC Tournament take the fourth game and match 15-6. UF was with a 15-16 overall record. They were 5-5 in
LSU lost only two games in their eight led by junior Steffi Legall! who had 12 kills and the SEC including SEC Tournament play.

I Longhorns clinch SWC titleUnited I f Nt 44 r'd#.a ,tRy "a,


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their first Southwest Conferencetitle burgh 2217.
Pre t International since 1983. "I'm glad to be Also, No. 11 Iowa fell to Minne-

The Cotton Drought has ended here, though it's a lot of fun." sota 31-24, No. 12 Tennessee
< Austin. Texas, 9-1 overall and 6-0 in the ripped Kentucky 42-28, No. 14 Virginia

The fifth-ranked Texas Long- SWC, has one regularseasongame was upended by Virginia
Pia horns, once an annual participantin remaining next week against Tech 38-13, No.15 Michigan
the Cotton Bowl, clinched their Texas A&M.In nipped co-No. 17 Ohio State 16-13,
4a first trip to Dallas in seven years other games involving Top 10 co-No. 17 Mississippi topped Mis-
Saturday with a 23-13 victory over teams, No. 2 Miami crushed Syra- sissippi State 21-9, No. 20 Illinois
No. 25 Baylor. cuse 33-7, No. 4 Brigham Young clipped Northwestern 28-23, No. ffi
trounced Utah State 45- 10 No. 6 22 Texas A&M blasted Texas
"Early In the season, I didn't ,
Christian 56-10 and co-No. 23
expect us to go this far,"said Texas Nebraska lost to Oklahoma 4510on
No. 8 Notre Dame Michigan State topped Wisconsin
quarterback Peter Gardere, who Friday,
passed for 127 yards and a touch- edged No. 16 Southern Cal 10-6 149.
down in leading the Longhorns to and No. 10 Penn State beat Pitts-



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What could I Bulls trample UF in Kruger debut .1.1By I



have been is Alligator MATT FOGLESON Writer


TAMPA The last time the Universityof
South Florida beat UF in a basketball
not enoughFor game, UF senior forward Livingston Chat-
man was in the eighth grade.
of all sad words of tongue or pen, the Friday night at USFs Sun Dome, Chat- d v
saddest of these, "It might have been." man and the Gators could not stop the Bulls,
-John Greenleaf WhittierAn falling 70-61 before 9,837 fans in the season

elderly lady wearing an orange opener for both teams.
sweatshirt turned to me as we waited at the USF center Gary Alexander led his team,
'" airport for the Gators' return from Kentucky scoring 22 points on 10-oM2 shooting. Alexander .
where UF had just clinched the who missed the entire season last
conference's best record."It year with a knee injury,also grabbed a team-
should have been more," she said. high 12 rebounds.
UF had won eight straight against USF,
-> Matt Adams with the last loss coming in the 1982-83
season. A.
FREE Saturday night, UFs only lead came with
THROWSThat 17:02: left in the first half on a Brian Hogan-
to-Livingston Chatman alley-oop that put the
simple statement, mixed with the Gators up 65.
chilly n'ght: and the bittersweet optimism of USF guard Marvin Taylor hit a 6-foot field
the crowd,seemed to make the whole season goal 21 seconds later to give USF a lead thatit
clear. never relinquished."I 4KEVIN
UF had just clinched the Southeastern thought generally it was a game that
Conference's best record. The Gators had South Florida had pretty good control of,"
beaten Auburn, Georgia, Alabama and LSU, said Lon Kruger, UF's first-year head coach.
and on that day became a lop-five team for "They got a little cushion early and it
the first time in five years. seemed like all night we were having to
"It should have been more," she said. work pretty hard to maintain as small a
Makes sense. Instead of 300 people gathered margin as possible."We .
to welcome the team home, there never could quite get back over the
should have been 3,000. There should have hump. Alexander really took charge.
*,.been parties all night, and Gators fans should They've' got a tough ball club."
have been recovering from hangovers until Chatman, a senior from Lakeland, led UF
Thanksgiving dinner. Gainesville should with team highs in points ((20)) and rebounds
have been euphoric. ((10)) in his first regular-season action since
Instead, things seem empty. And cheated. quitting the team 10 games Into last season.
The NCAA's penalty that stung in September But Chatman, who now has 70 career
aches and burns now. Coach Spurriermay points in four games against USF, said he
have been justified when he asked that was more concerned about winning than his ,-- > -
this football team be allowed to play in a bowl performance."I WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
-be allowed to compete for the SEC cham think there was too much focus on howI Sophomore forward Stacey Poole and the UF basketball team found the going roughIn I
pionship. He knew the potential of his team. I was going to play,"Chatman said. "I thinkit Saturday's 70-611055 to South Florida. Poole did not score against the Bulls.
Now everyone else does, too. should have been how Florida would play took it upon himself and reached back thereto cia was the only UF player to perform
"
Little doubt remains in most fans' minds South Florida. get some tough baskets. I thought he and effectively off the bench, scoring nine
that this UF team is one of the nation's best. USF led 32-26 at the half, but UF came Dwayne down inside really fought hard." points.A .
They might even give the Tampa Bay Bucsa on strong in the opening minutes of the Kruger's main concern was the team's typical example of the bench's play
challenge, and certainly could compete second period. ability to score. Aside from Chatman and Saturday came from sophomore guard
with any college team. UF went on a 7-2 run, as Hogan hit a Davis, UF was seven of 32 from the field. Hosie Grimsley. Grimsley missed three lay-
But UF will never know.In three-point field goal nine seconds after USF held starting forward Stacey Poole to ups and finished the night shooting 1-of-8
its Machiavellian. wisdom, the NCAA intermission, and center Dwayne Davis, zero points on O-for-9 shooting.USF from the field.
decided to strip UF fans of a vital resource. who had 17 points and seven rebounds, head coach Bobby Paschal said he "We're not a real deep team as far as
made two inside shots to cut the lead to
They didn't take the team away; they didn't was pleased with the effort from his experience goes," Kruger said. "It's goingto
34-33 with 17:30 left in the
take the TV. game. frontcourt and backcourt. be a situation where we've got to hang
But that was the closest the Gators would "
All they took was hope. together.
'- get, as USF went on a 16-6 run to grab a "I thought that our defensive players on
The hope that this year might be some- the inside carried out Rebounding that concerned Kru-
50-39 lead with 11:06: on the clock. our game plan ex- an area
thing special. The hope that this year the well Paschal said. "I in the also hurt UF.
Despite the loss, Kruger said he was tremely thought our ger preseason,
Gators might win the SEC, maybe even the happy with the inside play of Chatman and perimeter people helped off the right peo- USF outrebounded the Gators 4230.
national championship.If "
Davis, who shot a combined 17 of 24. ple. The Gators also struggled from the free-
the Gators played in the Sugar Bowl
well it have been "I thought Livingston really fought hard," Kruger also said he thought a lack of throw line, making 10 of 18 ((56 percent)
might more. Kruger said. "During the first half it could experience off the bench might have hurt from the line. USF made 13 of 15 ((87
Maybe it doesn't matter. After all Gaines have gotten to be a bigger margin, and he his team's effort. Senior guard Renaldo Gar- percent) free throws.
ville has been through this semester, it
should know better than to have remorse
about a lost bowl game. I UF erases Maxwell's last two seasonsBy I

,.*, Sports should be taken less seriously.The
punishment dolled out by UPs colleagues in SHARON GINN a violation of When the NCAA ing Maxwell's junior and senior
the NCAA should be taken with an obligatory Alligator Staff Writer NCAA rules. handed down two seasons. Arnsparger did not for
smile. "It's evident he years of sanctions feit the games won in 1987 and
After all, human beings are not defined by Former UF guard Vernon was ineligible," against the UF bas- 1988 because he said it would
their favorite sports teams- UF fans should Maxwell, who now plays for the said UF athletic r ketball team in September be unfair for other players.
t+> not see the Gators as a reflection of them NBA's Houston Rockets, no director Bill it ruled Although Maxwell scored
selves. The team played well. The playersand longer can call himself the Arnsparger. Maxwell ineligiblefor 2,448 points in four years, only
coaches overcame adversity and still Gators' all- time leading scorer. During a two- the 1987 and 1,044 of those will appear in the
won more games than anyone in the SEC. The University Athletic Association year investigation 1988 NCAATourna- UF record book. He has
That should be enough. stripped Maxwell of that the NCAAdiscovered ments and said his dropped from first to 21st on
But nine and one. Best record in the SEC. distinction late last week by de- Maxwell contributions to UF's scoring list.
And no trophy, no Sugar Bowl. No champi- leting his junior and senior sea regularly those- games mild Ronnie Williams, who playedfor
v on ship. It still feels empty. And still feels sons from UPs record book. At took payments Maxwell be erased.: the Gators from 1980-84,
cheated.If the time, a sports agent was from several sports agents during Arnsparger decided to take again is UF's all-time scoring
only... Well, it might have been more. representing Maxwell, which is his last two seasons at UF. those sanctions further by eras- leaders with 2,090 points.t .

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