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Nine dorm residents fall victim to holiday theft I

By MATTHEW SAUER a window. Sophomores Garren Keckleyand cording to police records. the only way I can get my money
Alligator Writer This is a real intense shoppingtime Douglas D'Anna, 292 Broward Neither student could be back is to sue the guy if they catch
for thieves on campus," UF West,had$2,300 worth of property reached for comment Monday. him."
One or more burglars spent the police spokeswoman Angie Tipton stolen including a videocassette re- Freshman Jerich Shellingtonand Freshmen Eric Buchanan and
busiest shopping days of the year said Monday. "It's also a big time corder,compact disc player, stereo his two roommates, freshman James Mills had about $1,000
filling their Christmas stockingswith for theft of books because thievescan speakers and a camera. Antonion Owens and sophomoreErik worth of jewelry and appliances
$7,000 worth of students' be- make a fast dollar by selling "I 1 was the last one to leave, and Botsford, lost cash and prop- stolen from their fourth-floor
longings. them." I'm positive I locked the door," erty totaling $525 from their Rawlings Hall room.
Nine UF students returned to Several of the burglary victims Keckley said."We got back Sunday Murphree Hall room. "There's a ledge outside the wir
campus Sunday to find their four said they were sure they locked about 10 p.m. and the door was Shellington lost$240 that he was dow,"Mills said."There have been
dormitory rooms raided of many their doors and suspected that unlocked. Apparently someone planning to use for his spring se- people that used the ledge to get
valuables.In someone had used a master key to had a master key." mester tuition. up here before.
three of the cases, police say get in. Keckley's neighbors, freshmen "We had our locks changed this "It's changed my attitude about
there were no signs forced entry, "We're not ruling out anythingyet Chad Tamaroff and Mark Fein in morning," Shellington said Mon living here," he said. "We used to
but in the fourth room the thief ," Tipton said. "We're not sure 284 Broward West, lost more than day. "I'm not worried about losing go out and leave our rooms un-
appeared to have entered through if the burglaries are linked or not." $3,300 worth of belongings, ac- anything else, but the police said locked, but not anymore."

Faculty debates asbestos


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sick-leave pool at meeting

AL..Ile.b of specific work sites.
Schaffer said UF could do a better job warn-
Alligator Staff Writer
ing faculty when workers will remove asbestos.
UF's asbestos-removal policies stoked hot Auxter said he didn't learn about the removal
debate during a Monday afternoon meeting until he received a memo in his mailbox that
between campus administrators and membersof day.But
the state's faculty union. Schaffer said putting signs outside build
qb Referred to as a "consultation session" between ings would scare students unnecessarily."It .
UF Provost Andrew Sorensen and Jane creates an unnecessary kind of situation
Brockmann, United Faculty of Florida chapter that may not be required," Schaffer said.
president, the 90-minute talk hit its emotional Auxter,who printed his own healthwarningsigns
highpoint when the subject turned to the can and posted them throughout Dauer, said
Oppl cer-causing material and to alerting faculty of faculty and students have the right to know
its removal. what they might be breathing despite assur-
UF philosophy associate Professor Tom Au- ances by Properzio that air is frequently tested
xter pressed the removal issue for several before, during and after removals.
minutes. Auxter has an office and teaches in Although Properzio said there hasn't been
l Dauer Hall.Asbestos was removed from Dauer any outside contamination at a site in three
Hall last month. years, Auxter was skeptical."I'm .
law Upset about the lack of notice,Auxter asked not convinced I was safe in that build
Sorensen, Environmental Health and Safety ing,"Auxter said. There's an issue here about
director William Properzio,and Administrative simply entering a building when this is goingon.
Affairs Vice President Gerald Schaffer why It's all about the right to information."
rA q Ad' warning signs aren't put outside buildings The group also discussed creating a sick
when asbestos is removed. pool at UFoFaculty
UF President John Lombardi!was scheduledto members could donate eight hoursof
attend the conference, but attended another sick time, and the collected days would be
meeting instead, Sorensen said. donated to faculty members who exceed their
Asbestos is a cheap,durable,fire-proofbuild- allotted sick time.
STEPHANIE SOMMER ing material that has been linked to several The ill instructor could avoid dipping into
Babes I In ToylandGainesville I forms of cancer. The material is considered his or her vacation time by getting up to 60
Resident Richard Mason arranges dolls on a ferris wheelin dangererous when its microscopic fibers are days from the pool, which would be decidedby
front of his home Monday as part of his Christmas decorations. disturbed, float in the air and are inhaled or a committee.see.
Properzio said warnings are posted outside Faculty page 4

SUS chancellor to visit UF on tour of state schools .

DEBBIE CENZIPER colleges including Veterinary Lindgren, UFs vice presidentfor sets policy for SUS schools.
By Medicine, Liberal Arts and Sci- development and alumni af
Alligator Staff Writer Reed oversees board meetings and is Instrumental
ence, Engineering and Medi- fairs. in several SUS tasks, such as
The top education official in Florida's' cine.Reed Lindgren heads the UF Foundation choosing state university presidents.Reed .
State University System Is coming to UF for also will talk with black the private corporationthat
two days this week to chat with administrators and Hispanic faculty and stu- raises money for the SUS chancellor since August 1985,
faculty, students and state legislators.As dent groups, Student Body school. grew up in western Pennsylvania and re-
part of his annual visit to each of the President Michael Browne, Board of Regents spokesmanPat ceived a football scholarship as a linebackerto
state's nine public universities, SUS Chan- and.Florida state legislatorssuch Riordan said Reed is visiting George Washington University.Reed .
cellor Charles Reed will meet with UF Pres- as Sen. George Kirkpat- simply to catch up with UFs
ident John Lombardi! at the start of his visit rick, D.-Gainesville and Rep. issues and activities not out ,who got three degrees at the Wash-
Wednesday morning. David Flagg, D.Gainesville.Reed of an emergency. ington, D.C. school, is a member of the
From there, Reed will travel to severalrar He .also ,will spend time with Robert The Board is the 13-member panel that school's Athletic Hall of Fame.,
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Cox Cable cracking down on illegal hookups I IBy

MIKE NEUMEIER "We are giving those stealing cable an systems, she said. a number of things can cause cable leakage."It .

Alligator Writer opportunity to come clean, because we will Durborow said the equipment used to can be caused by anything from a
find them," Durborow said. "If we have to split cable often doesn't meet Federal Com squirrel chewing on a cable line to cheap
Tom Tremblay, a UF engineering senior, prosecute, we will." munications Commission standards and allows wires and bad connections," Lance said.
laughs at the Cox Cable ad plastered all over The maximum penalty fora resident steal- leakage. This occurs when cable Lance said leakage from one house would
Gainesville billboards and newspapers. Buta Ing cable is a $1,000 fine and six months in frequencies escape from the cable system not be enough to distort aircraft communications
Cox Cable official said the ad is no laughing prison. into the atmosphere. but a neighborhood of leaks could.

matter.It Cox Cable trucks soon will scour the "Cable leakage is very serious," she said. He said only a few cases interference have
reads,"If you've been stealing cable,we streets of Gainesville and measure the "It can interfere with aeronautical devices. been reported, and he added he suspects
forgive you. But only through November amount of cable leakage, Durborow said. If The implications are severe. For example, much goes unreported.'With .
30." an unusual amount is coming from one if you're an airline pilot, and you get in
"The ad is trouble, and to radio and get HBO this many people getting cable,
ridiculous,Tremblay said."It's house,the cable company will ask to inspect go your "
instead of the sooner or later we expect a problem, Lance
just a poor attempt at scare tactics. their cable. If the resident refuses,
Dana Durborow, marketing manager for Durborow said their cable will be shut off. Tampering with cable boxes and tappinginto

Cox Cable, said splitting cable from one Customers stealing cable are not only cable lines directly also allows leakage, The FCC requires cable companies to
cable jack to two televisions is the most avoiding paying for another hook-up, they Durborow said. monitor their own facilities and their sub-
common type of cable theft. could be interfering with airplane navigation FCC electrical engineer Mike Lance said scribers for leakage, Lance said.


I Arts festival tops Senate agendaTower

yearbook requests $12,000 for debt repayment

lion, the requests will pass with little discussion.But .
Senate President Adam Tanenbaum said he
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I hopes this meeting will have more debate."I .
Student senators, after a week off for Thanksgiving, hate to see over $52,000 be handed out without
will vote tonight on bills amounting to more than discussion,"Tanenbaum said.
$52,000.The: Senators also will decide on the s
biggest request is $40,000to Tower yearbook's request for
finance "Celebration," the Celebration officials $12,000 to pay off old debts.
spring arts and jazz festival. SG took over the operation of
None of the event's acts will be won't sign acts for the the yearbook earlier this semes-
signed until Senate approves the ter after it ran into financial diffi
money, said Celebration Pro- event until senators ap- culties.

ducer Joe Touger. the festival re- "Student Government is goingto
"We're not allowed to make try to revive the yearbook,"
any commitments until we have quest. Tanenbaum said.
the money in the bank," Touger Also at the meeting, the senators qs
said. "As soon! _as we _get our will decide on a $1,136 re- r
money, we should be full steam ahead." quest from the Students in African Studies Association.The .
Last year's event featured jazz guitarist Stanley Jor- r
dan,and Paul Shaffer with the World's Most DangerousBand. group plans to send 12 students to Washington,
I D.C., for the Organization for African Unity, which is
And if the past few Senate meetings are any indica- similar to an African model of the United Nations.

Man, 'snags':student's backpack ,in Plaza;-


: police i: unable ',to::locate. culprit ,on :campus
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By MATTHEW SAUER pack; ,S mimes said M nc( y.-r' "Students should not take any rr a.,A .,4J 1
; Alligator Writer grabbed the,bag,and screamed: chances and should utilize (Stu:
", :and he let it rrFired
go. :dent Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol),
i A' UF, sophomore nearly)) had ,*""It really scared me,but it's not 'TIpton said. "A lot of students will
,' her backpack;stolen.Sunday"as the kind of thing you expect at,7 be studying late and thieves know
( 'she walked alone across the Plaza;If p.m.,"she said.."I'm definitely not ,that." "
;i.,of the Amerlcaa: :t' ''tf1 j1\f\ walking alone again.'t f :. '
.' ::1tpton'aid it also is important
Jenntteqhmunesl.rl ,*: s1\ .Shmuhea said the man walked '
o walking t toward Library;. I El.'tJ away along Union Road after droplUPpolfee -' for students to'notify,family and'friends
,">f about 7 p.m.when a man grabbed, ;j P.ping the bag: ; ,!Ill,! rr 'when they' go out to study, NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR
Kher,backpack and yanked 'i f r. J were unable to i locate, "Wehad one guy who i went'out up

f[[breaking the straps'; ;J4"P}; .ai: I;t j' \\tiafter';,searching the,\.{and\didn't:ten'anyone"and(his' Charles Fort, a Physical Plant worker, welds a pipe to I
rr IIOfJW' '; d' !1 iie.T man> Angle Upton"(J
mytermti w"ale > ." \ : missing'"id be installed In a heat pump in Fine Arts Building B.
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grabbed!} een p""iJ'I'4"'V tJr1AwlmBy 11 i ;!
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I Environment among concerns for 'Cheers' starIng I

VALERIE ZUCKER played by Michael J. Fox. in the world," he said. "I'm gent.

Alligator Writer "Doc Hollywood" began filmingin angry at the foreign policy of our "I've always been one that prides
Micanopy Oct. 7. Although Indoor government, and I'm angry about himself on his intelligence\ so it's
Woody Harrelson,who plays the filming has kept Harrelson what is happening ecologically." kind of an odd thing to be associ-
naive bartender "Woody" in NBC's from exploring Micanopy, he still Harrelson said he is trying to ated with a quote 'dumb/naive'
comedy show "Cheers," said he is is looking for interesting places in turn his anger into something cre- character," Harrelson said. "I've
happy with the direction his acting Gainesville. ative and productive."I had to become accepting of the

career has taken, but he is still in Until the middle of December, want' to affect change in what notion that others will have that
the process of making himself a Harrelson said he is spending three ever way I can," Harrelson said. image, and not allow it to interfere
constant and shining example of an Harrelson environmental with my own self image."
days a week in Los Angeles filming Recently, spoke on
environmentalist.In "Cheers" episodes and the other subjects; such as off Harrelson majored in Englishand

the new Warner Brothers motion four days filming in Alachua shore oil drilling. theater at Indiana's Hanover

picture, "Doc Hollywood," County. Although the character"Woody" College, and said he doesn't think
Harrelson co-stars as an insurance "Although everything in my life from Cheers is seen by many as that his degrees were advanta-
salesman whose girlfriend is stolen is going well in terms of my career, unintelligent and naive, Harrelsonsaid
Harrelson by the character Benjamin Stone, I'm really angry at what is happen- he considers himself intelli see Harrelson, page) 4I

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Colombia (UPI) The Medellin drug they were driving in a car near an oil field.
cartel freed Monday one of seven journalists held The National Liberation Army has declared war on On Back!
hostage, just hours after suspected leftist guerrillas the Colombian petroleum industry and on foreign
abducted three U.S. petroleum engineers. multi-nationals. It has bombed the country's main At Chesnut's
Police said the "Extraditables," a group that does petroleum pipeline and threatened industry profes-
the violent bidding of the Medellin cocaine cartel, sionals.
released Colombian magazine editor Juan Vitta, 60, According to a message sent to the media by the I T-Shirts available
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. Gorbachev vows to stop Baltic secession I Saturday, December 1, 1990 A

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FACULTYfrom summer's schedule, Brockmannsaid for one-time expenses such as con-
page 1 faculty are feeling the pinch struction. .
most and need more involvementin Sorensen said he hoped deans
Sorensen said a sick pool was picking cutback targets. would include faculty members in'
"an eminently sensible idea," but "Everyone is expecting more more decisions, calling it"my fan-
insisted that any proposal must budget cuts," Brockmann said. tasy."
include staff members."I think there is a very general feel-
Hemp said the all-in-one ID card
refuse to accept a proposalthat ing among faculty that they, are
will tentatively be required for fac- V
is only a sick leave pool for bearing the brunt of budget cuts"through
ulty and staff beginning Jan. 1,
faculty," he said. reduced travel expenses, .
While discussing state-man- long-distance telephone service 1992.

dated budget cuts,which probablywill and photocopying. The card,currently used at UF's
reduce the 1991 Summer A Sorensen and Hemp said faculty computing facilities, also might be
semester schedule to between two- suffer because only "recurring used soon as a library card or
thirds and threefourths of last money" could be cut, not moneyto vending-machine debit card.

HARRELSONfrom. Harrelson in person. Ida, Harrelson said he hopes to
page 3 Talking to him made me like swim with dolphins in the Keys.
him even more because he's not The 29-year-old actor has played
geous for his career. stuck up," said Apel, who recentlysaw "Woody"for the last five years and.

"If you want to know English, Harrelson playing basketballin is starting his sixth season.
the Florida Gym. She said
you read a book," Harrelson said,
Harrelson is very downtoearthand Harrelson said he thought he
"If you want to act, you get up on
stage." by no means dumb.In would have done more movies by
his spare time, Harrelson en- now, but he hasn't been offered
Millions of people have seen joys writing, playing his guitar, anything of interest. He said he THE SALVATION ARMY
"Woody" on television. UF junior playing basketball, reading and re- expects his-career to go much fur- 639 E. :
Tamar Apel had the chance to talk cently, parachuting. While in Flor- ther. UNIVERSITY"OE.



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UF's Fall Intergroup Retreat Promotes I

Awareness Sensitivity KnowledgeLearning I

about other cultures and races
can enhance student relations at the

University of Florida, says a, UF Racial
Awareness Retreat organizer.Joe .
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services 355
Tigert Hall.and paid for at usual advertising rates to com Wittmer, professor of counselor
musicale, official, notices and important' information' 'to education, taught 78 students how to
students(acuity and stall Call 392 0186 tor mlormation communicate their feelings at UF's third J 1
Racial Awareness Retreat. "ASK"
(Awareness, Sensitivity and Knowledge) y
was the theme for the retreat held in

Poland Is Ocala Nov. 16-17.
TopicOf "You have to learn about other cultures," .44
he said. "Love is not ..
unfortunately, R S yYi t
ConferenceSet enough. You have to have knowledge."
Students said some people need to
learn to be fair in dealings with all races,
For Dec. 24Four but that the desire for cultural diversityat

UF is very strong.
officials of the Polish
top Lawton sophomore and retreat participant
ment and Florida Governor-elect Brunas UF students skit cultural UF's third Racial
Brunot said, "Students want to enjoy a promoting diversity during
Chiles will be featured at an international learn about other cultures, but they don't Awareness Retreat in Ocala on Nov. 16-17. (Photo by Michael Rollo) .
conference "Law and International
always know what or how to ask about
Business in Post-Socialist Poland, Dec. them. This retreat gave students the op- "We're moving in the right direction in our attempts to make the university
2-4 the Hotel.
at University Centre portunity to ask questions." with activities like this retreat that will get culturally diverse."
Speakers representing the Polish Willie Robinson, assistant dean for stu- people talking and make things even bet- Wittmer said getting people to talk
government include Maciej Kozlowski, /' Robinson said. "We about their focal of
dent affairs, agreed. ter rate very high feelings was a point
Poland's ambassador the
deputy to the effec-
retreat. By teaching people to
United States; Krzysztof Lis, secretary of communicate he that
tively hoped tense
state of the Ministry for Transformationof Dean Scott Reminds Faculty Staff situations could evolve into problem-
the State Ownership; Jerzy Stepien, solving discussions.
chairman of the Polish Senate Commis- Robinson said students want
sion for Local Elections; and Andrzej Bur- Of Student Stress At Semester's EndWith multi-cultural activities, and even he more en-

zynski, director of Poland's Legal Information courages student involvement in all cam-
Center in the Chamber of Foreign three weeks of classes remaining in fall semester, Student Services Dean James .
Trade and counselor for legal affairs in the Scott has written UF faculty members reminding them that the end of the term may pus programs.At of
the end the retreat,
Polish in D.C. stressful for students. He offers list of referral staff participantswrite
Embassy Washington, be a time many a sources faculty, a personal contract listing three
The conference, sponsored by UF's Col- and others can suggest to students with academic, social or personal problems.Scott assignments to improve racial relations.
lege of Law through its Center for suggests that faculty may want to refer students with problems to the follow-
The contract is returned to the authors
Governmental Responsibility, is a pro- in :
two months later.
duct of a 20-year relationship between the PSYCHOLOGICAL & VOCATIONAL COUNSELING CENTER, 311 Little Hall, Wittmer said, "What we've found is
UF College of Law and the Polish 392-1575, weekdays 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.; for personal problems, test anxiety and voca- when put something in writing,
Chamber of Trade. tional you
Foreign Registrationis decision-making. '
you're more apt to do it.
$150 for UF faculty and staff, $30 for UF STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH, Infirmary, 392-1171, Monday, Wednesday and Fri- Another retreat is scheduled for the
students and $250 for the general !public.For : day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 24-hour urgent care spring semester. Robinson said the goalis
more information, contact JoAnn available; for personal, interpersonal and emotional concerns. to have one each school term.
Klein or Ewa Gmurzynska, 392-2237. STUDENT HEALTH CARE CENTER, Infirmary, 392-1161, weekdays 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. "Recognition of racial tensions is one of
and Saturday and Sunday noon to 4 p.m.; for physical health problems; physician the first steps to finding solutions,"he said.
on-call 24 hours for
Apply By Dec. 1 OFF-CAMPUS AGENCIES that can assist UF students include:The Crisis and Suicide

Intervention Center (for emotional crisis), 330 N. Waldo Road-Suite 100, phone THIS.
For FellowshipsIn counseling emergency number 376-4444 and face-to-face counseling available by call- CAM WEEK
ing 372-3659; and!the Corner Drug Store (for alcohol, drug-related and emotional problems US

Chemical PhysicsFellowships ), 1300 N.W.6th St., 378-1588, open 8 a.m. to 7:30: p.m.Monday through thurs-
day and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday. '
are available for under- Scott says faculty and others can also refer students with problems to the Office for

graduate students interested in research in Student Services, 129 Tigert Hall, 392-1261, open weekdays 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Students TODAY
chemical physics at UF. The program, who want to discuss alcohol-drug-related problems can contact the Campus Alcohol
designed to encourage student participation and Drug Resource Center, a division of Student Services, 124 Tigert Hall, 392-1261, ORGAN LECTURE/RECITAL/ Lich
music doctoral student Miriam ,
8 a.m. to 4:30:
in research, awards fellowships to open weekdays p.m.
showcases UF's 74-rank Anderson Mem-
and seniors, or to with
the juniors background necessary sophomores for research. Nomination Application Deadline Dec. 1 Auditorium.orial Organ, 3 p.m., University

Awards for $600 per semester are ,
awarded for two semesters. In the case of AwardsThe Popula-
For UF Accomplishment
tions to Landscapes: Scaling Issues in
the be extended -
juniors fellowships may Robert
Ecology, by Costanza, Chesa-
for two additional semesters after will also be awarded.
University's Superior Accomplishment plaques
peake Biological Station, 4 211 Bar-
satisfactory performance. Work will be Awards program recognizes Nomination forms have been sent to all tram Hall. p.m.
counted as class credit. employees who have performed outstand- University personnel through campus "
Interested students should interview ing and meritorious service and who have mail (in paycheck envelopes). Forms and ART FILM SERIES, "Frida, focusing
,faculty members in the Center for Chem- directly improved the quality of life for booklets describing the program in detailare on Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, in
ical Physics to choose a research adviser. students and other employees.The available at department offices. Spanish with English subtitles, 7 p.m.,
The student should prepare, with the ad- deadline for nominations at the Ham Museum of Art.
viser's help, a two-page plan of the stu- divisional level is Dec. 1. Final selectionsat Neon Art Expert Speaks WEDNESDAYWOMEN'S

dent's research. the divisional level should be made by At Harn STUDIES COLLOQUIUM,
The research plan, a letter of support March 1, 1991, so that University level Wednesday features lecture/recital/ of works for solo
from the faculty adviser and'a list of awards can be selected and presented by Painter, sculptor and neon artist mezzo-soprano by UF voice professor lin-

undergraduate grades should be submit- May 15, 1991.Students Stephen Antonakos will give a talk and da Spicher Di Fiore, 3:15: p.m., 120 Music
ted to the Center for Chemical Physics ; UF employees and membersof slide presentation on his work at 7 p.m. Building.

Undergraduate Fellowship Program, the public may nominate any of the Wednesday at the Ham Museum of Art. BOTANY SEMINAR, "Insect Herbivoryon
C311F Chemistry Laboratory Building. total 13,000 faculty, A&P or USPSpersonnel Since the early sixties, Antonakos has Aquatic Macrophytes," by Gary Buckingham -
The deadline for applications is Dec.'I. in the following six categories: ad- been interested in the expressive poten-- USDA Agricultural Research
For more information, contact William ministrative and professional, faculty, tial of neon light. He has explored the pic- Service-Gainesville, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram
Weltner, 392-2155. USPS clerical and office support, USPS, torial, sculptural and environmental
maintenance and custodial,.USPS tech- dimension of the, evocative light form.His Hall.ART TALK/SLIDE/ PRESENTATION by
Campus Planning Assembly nical/scientific/ personnel and USPS ad- works, Ancient Athens and Ancient Sparta painter, sculptor and neon artist Stephen

Meets Nov. 28, In Tigert ministrative and supervisory personnel. are on exhibit at the Ham. Antonakos, 7 p.m., Ham Museum of Art.
Awards will be given at the divisionaland A reception for the artist will follow the FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE,

I The Campus'Planning Assembly will University levels. Divisional level presentation, which is free and open to "Tales from Bones," by UF anthropologycurator
meet at 3:30: p.m. Wednesday in the Presi- awards are $100, and University level the public. For more information, ,call Dr. William Maples. 8 p.m.,
, dent's Board Room, 226 Tigert Hall. awards are' $1,000. Certificates and Lassie Patterson, 392-9826. University Auditorium.

.The University: of Florida i II an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative/ Action Institution -


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weekend marked the three-month anniversary of ,'J
the tragic murders that gripped this town for weeks, and :": / '
the anniversary of this campus' promise to never forget
what happened.We .
mention this not because we're interested in dredg-
ing up bad memories, but because it's important for all
of us to fulfill our promises to never let that weekend or
the names of our five classmates leave our minds. We
owe that to those classmates and their families who are
still waiting for someone to provide them with answers.

We question now, just three months later, how many
students can still recall the names of those five students:

Christa Leigh Hoyt, Sonja Larson, Tracy Paules, Chris-
tina P. Powell and Manuel Taboada.We .
also question why UF administrators or Student
Government officials haven't erected a permanent monu-
ment in memory of the five students. You can't walk i iI
through campus without spotting names of former UF
presidents stamped on buildings, or names of alumni
who have contributed millions of dollars to get buildings
named after them. And you can bet that three months,
or three years, or 30 years from now, students won't for I Bag paper and plastic ......:. use cloth

get those names: J. Wayne Reitz (Union), Stephen C. -
O'Connell (Center), Ben Hill Griffin (Stadium). My grandmother is one of the hippest senior citi- so Currie
zens I know.She gives great birthday presents,knows Donyn
And let us not forget the new plaque that sits on the what rap music is and recycles her cans and bottles. G
Union's North Lawn, remembering John Lombardi's in- But she, like most of us, could do a little more to help REENPIECEor
auguration. Now that's a memory we want to hold onto. the environment.I
The kindest gesture we've seen is the planting of five I braved the malls with her, my mom and my swallow them.
holly trees outside Library East by the Mortar Board Sen- sister-in-law the day after Thanksgiving. Maybe they Paper grocery bags have their own evil side. Manufacturers
donatedby were caught up in a shoppers' euphoria or just intenton say heavy loads require the strength of long
ior Honor in late The trees
Society September. dodging the crowds, but every one of them used fibers found in virgin pulp-that means the bags can't
UFs Physical Plant'certainly will serve as a lasting TOO MANY BAGS. be made from recycled paper. It takes one 15-10-20-()
memory. But because there is no plaque or small monu- grandmother actually took separate bags for year-old tree to make 700 grocery bags.
ment near the trees to explain their importance, those each of the three pairs of earrings she bought. I know Use fewer bags when you can, wash out plastic
students who pass by them five or 10 years from now it's hard to resist that oh-so-cheerful salesperson shov- sandwich bags and food-storage bags and use them
won't recognize anything but taller trees. ing an already packaged purchase into your hand, but more than once and try to avoid plastic grocery bags.
my grandmother at least could have refused the third
Larry Keen, Santa Fe Community College's informa- earring bag. She already had two large, half-filled One good solution to the booming bag populationis
tion director, said Monday that a scholarship establishedin ,plastic sacks from earlier buys. to carry a cloth or a net shopping bag with you when
the name of former SFCC student Christa Leigh Hoyt Americans use billions of bags each year more you go out.
t is acting as a permanent reminder."It than half of them for no good reason. The plethora of A large, washable canvas shopping bag costs $9
decided that a living monument would be the plastics and paper could be cut by 400 million bags if when ordered from Save A Tree, P.O. Box 862, Ber-
was each shopper took one less bag a month. keley, CA 94701. Four fold-up, string bags (designedfor
best way to remember her, he said. How many times have you unconsciously let a' groceries) cost $16.95 from Seventh Generation,
But only those who apply for the scholarship, or for a record-store clerk put a cassette tape into a bag?That'sa 10 Farrell St., Burlington,VT 05403. Most food stores
r, similar scholarship that UF established, are likely to re- purchase that fits easily into a purse or an empty also sell net or cloth bags, and you always can use
member its importance. spare bags from around the house. If you save your
What's needed is something that is both permanentand hand.While you get into the habit of shunning bags at grocery bags and use them for garbage, .you won't
noticeable maybe something as small as a perma- the malls, be smart at the grocery store too. Tell the have to BUY garbage bags.
person bagging food to Plastic A set of shopping would make for
your use paper. bags bags a great gift
nent yellow ribbon tied to a flag pole and a plaque listing may be easier to carry,but they're made out of petroleum your environmentally sensitive friends or your grand-
the students' names. and don't degrade. mother.You can't go wrong with the size or color,and
Student Body President Michael Browne said it's im- Even the so-called "bio-degradable" plastic bags you'll be helping the Earth while. spreading a little
portant to remember what happened for safety reasons, never disappear they just break up into little pieces. Yuletide cheer.
but now is not the right time for a permanent fixture. Worse yet, plastic bags often get dumped into the Donya Currie The Alligator Stringer Editor and
"I think you'll see it when it's time," he said. "But now ocean and kill marine animals that get tangled in them has tint bought any Christmas presents yet

is not the time." LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Browne says many students don't want to rememberthe Acts wall you and send you my love. to apathy,insensitivity,callousnessand
murders because they want to put the fearful time behind against I also understand the feelings of the march of time.
them. But.the students' families will never forget, show our apathyEditor the person who wrote the letter Adam Bryn Trttt
appearing in the Nov. 19 GainesvilleLuckily
and neither should'we.alligator. Alligator.:
:I feel I should set the record
In it he
t said he wanted the memorial
straight about Gainesville's memo- redone. aren't
rial to our slain students. ( ,
If you feel it should be redone,
The two women who paintedover please do so. As of last Monday totally heartlessEditor
Editor it in gray paint were doing afternoon, the memorial has been It was'a pleasure' reading
Judy A. Plunkett their best to repair damage doneto nearly covered with scribble. Mark Raines'column,"Be thankful
Managing Editor Opinions Editor the wall earlier that day. How soon'so many of us forget., for an,you are,!have" in Wednes-
; M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier They painted over scribbled initials How little so many of us care.That ,'fay's Alligator.: .,i o':' .$ :
; they eradicated, the ."Go portion of the wall belongs to' It', heartening; to.know"t that
Letter Poiey Army. 'Gainesville :now.:The students are I there are people around who care.
Utter to the alter sham not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page):They should' be '
My heart warmed t as I Saw them gone. Their names erased.
.. ..,. Keep It ,
typed doubtfrepeced and They should Mud: a typed name address and telephone
number. limes.Mba MMMU II rte writer shows just. C UM. If)'OII'1\Iw any. questions call spend both time and energyin a Their part of the wall is now a Gajendra Tulttan,
the wltorM .pep edta at 378-4458. purely altruistic endevour! I thank memorial not to remembrance,but 8LS6AWGATOR i

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Studio, 1bdr/2bdr apts available now, msg. 11-30-5-4 bdrm & ba 195mo.' Call Cindy 334-
Spring or Fall semesters Walk to UFo 7624. 11-27-5-5
House 2bdm close to UF. Avail Dec $350. Sublease ,lbr/1ba $350 per mon starting
Sally 378-5496 D 332.0869 N. 11-28-5-2 College Park Properties. 371-7777. ,11', Dec 1. Regency Oaks. Contact Jim at 1 brba unfurn at In The Pines. Big Need F'roommate for own bedroom in
3783937.28.04 enough for two. 365/mo. Available end
ol Fall term. Call 377-1597. 12-3-5-4 uary.
Need someone to sublease apt. by Dec. '
1.1 1 bdr loft, new carpet. $349/mo Archer Spacious 1 bedrm. Pools, Indry.' Big livIng '
ID STOP READING! This It-Female room-
ot Woods. Donna 376-0210' or office 373- and dining. Full semester lease. Reduced
mate wanted. Own bedrm & be wash/dry/ '
8727. 11-28-10-4 I rate. Call, leave massage.
336-1789. 12-3-5-4 1/2 uti!, $180/mo. Call 336-0550 leavemessage.
,11-28-5-5 I
REGENCY OAKS fins to share 3br/2ba,

$120 share/l65own + l/4utlllty, December
v 11-30-12-4'90'free ASAP call Christy 336-8152. 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE bd/ba, rent neg. wi '/3 utilities. Call Kenor
Jim at 3782895.285.5

Sublet 1 br, furnished or unfurnished In Roommates available. Reserve N/S M/F/ to share 2bdr 1 bath apt. $195' mo
The Laurels w/d dw, ALARM & more room lor spring. Bus serviceto your + 1/2 util.(Spring tames) Call David or
: TUESDAY Available 1-91. Call 3364151. 11-30-10-' UF and SFCC. Furn or unlurn. Sam 371-9686.' 11-28-5-5
75.$250 roommate/month./
Female wanted for Gatorwood
MZ Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor
Regency Oaks-ibd/1 ba $345/mo avail apt. 1 Ibd/lba. Call 37375711.28.5.5,
able Jan. Call John at 373-4694. '12-3-
.3 rl 10-4 11-30-27-5 Liberal F/M for own room In apt 2 blks to ''

apt UF. $170 + sd. Should like cats smok
Female non-smoker to share 2br 2ba
2 miles from 1 old huge 2 bdr/ ers. 375-1274' after 6 pm. Nov. free
: campus, yr w same. $249 + 1/2 util.! must like cats!
: ; ;f .f } 2 1/2 ba condo In Casablanca W. 2- 3353764.28205 112845Oxford
t .3. in11 Drinks story, privacy.. Only $500/mo. Avail Dee
20. 3350442. 11-29-5-4 Wlndmeaddws nil F to share large master Manor-f/ns (for spring furnished
; All r NightlongFREE. bdr in furnished 2/2. Available Immediately ADT security, own bedroom & bath to be
Available Spring In Gainesville Garden spring. $165/mo. Call 3355284. furnished, 2 bedroom( Call 373-7504
II Townhouies- walking distance to UF, 11-30-16-5, lisa. 11.294SResponsible
: across Irom Tigert. Own room for F in 5
BEER I bdr2 ba apt/ $175/mo + util.,!. 378-0657 F nit for Spring -neat- In 3bd/2ba house clean (n/.s own rm In
I 11-30-5-4 7 blks from UF. Own room, wash/dry. 4bed/2bth/ house avail spr. w/d, frplc, behind
$135/mo + 1/3 util. Call Kathy 375-6276. Norman. fl90/mo + 1/4 util. Call 'I I
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378.0549. 112835Classifieds.
Sublease spacious 1 bdl I ba apt near 11-27-2-5
,8 9 Law School. Bike to UF. Safe! area.
pm Camelot Apts': Avail. Immediately Reg Duckpond mIl needed to live with Rob n I

376-1667 $389/mo., rent now $360/mo Nov., Darryl $165/mo 1/3 util + $160 dep. .
1728 W. Univ. Ave. ._ _ free. Call 338.8262 after 6 obo.2; wood floors.I Rent"n or spring 91, Cynthia Continued on next page. i
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Roommate needed non'smoking female Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more GOLF CLUBSII Full set with Ping golf for sale? Land for sale? Buyers '84 Chevy Cavalier, automatic, 4-door,
3 bdrm 2 bath, Regency OaKs Call Marcy brands art all at our New Location! Car bag and brand new grips never usedll/ Market? Don t let, an opportunity to sell a/c '84 Chevy Celebrity, station wagon,
336.6888. 12.6.105 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- Only $240 Call Dave 334-9012. 11.29- your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds anvfm/ a/c/ auto, 6 cylinder 335.5303.
2070. offers you the cheapest way to ,11,-29.159
2 rooms for rent Duckpond area house Car stereo for sale: Kenwood cass tuner, keep your real estate In the public eye
n/s/ wsh/dry/ pets ok full kitchen bike to UF Car Alarms, K-40 Radar CD changer t eq, Alpine amps and a Where else can you keep your property In '87 Mazda 626, 2door, LX, Sspeed, air,
$150 rent + 1/3 utll + $150 deposit Detectors, Infinity, Sansul, Sony, car phone Call 336.1600 & leave message the market for as little as four dollars a am/fm/ tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks/ 46k
#3787974 112845NS Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. 11,.30.5.6 day? To make It even easier, you can mlg Excellent condition, must sell 335-
We Beat All Prices 373.3754. 12.14.76- place your ad over the phone; all you 5303. 11.29.159
roommate for own bdr In Gator Town. 6 SOLID CHERRYWOOD BED need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard Call
Furnished 2/2. Nov paid. 170/mo/ 1/2/ Dbl w/mattress set, $300. Nagel Print #11 373.FIND today to place your ad '85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback, ,
util! Call 375.5824 lor Rich. ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: w/frame $500 3352963. It-28.3.6 5 speed, a/c, am/fm tp, sunroof, power
Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, Beautiful, 'large 3 bdr/2 ba house. Family door/locks Excellent condo 335.5303.
Roommate wanted to share 3bdr./2ba. Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar AM FM Stereo.Speakers $30.00. Child room, garage, fireplace, large fenced I 11'.29.159
house 6 mi. east of UF WasherDryerand / 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 1214766 Organ $5.00. Broiler $5.00. Child Sesame yard. Walk 4 blocks to UF & Shands
many extras $175/mo. and 1/3 utll Street Chair $5.00. Call 373.0422 Assumable $6,000 down 338.0256. 12- '1981 Niassan Maxima'silver, diesel, pwr
3766827. DISCOUNT HI-FI Evening 113056BICYCLE 367 sunroof & windows, automatic 100.000
miles In good condition. $2000 335.4937.
F n/s roommate wanted for own bdr/ba/ In 722 S. Main 0 The Red Bldg. Trek 2000 Dura.ace GOVERNMENT REPOS 6 condos 12-3-11-9

brand new mobile home Washer/dryer, WE ARE CHEAPERCAR equipped, priced to sell 659.2541. 11. $22500 to $46900 in SW and NW, $500
pets negot able. Must like dogs. $175/mo 30-5-6 down with payments beginning at $194. 1985 Mercury Capri gs 4cyl amfm tilt ps
1/2 util Call Kathy 375.8489. 11305. ALARMS Installed remote control FLA USA Realty & Investment Inc. 378 pb pw plocks hatchb 30mpg excellent

5 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 4-sale white loveseat, ft chair, wicker D/R 3783. 113057 body.Interior consider trades $2200 obo
demo. Call 336.9193 student Iv. message table, glass coffee table, end table, call 373.2585. '
Private Room, 1 Blk to UF. Lock Mail box, 1214376 dresser, double bed, nightstand 575.
cox cable, utilities incl. Share 375.2441. 11-27-2.5 Mirage 1990. 16k miles, air
kitchen/bath $l50mo 376.3291 or 491. MICRO/CENTER 376. 8 MOTORCYCLESHONDA conditioning, power steering, ..mlmc.
I 46Edltor'a
2083 beeper. .... 3345737 123108
Rockford Punch 45 $150 eachor
choice Hewlett Packard A ((2)) amps
M/C Prices both for $290 and Alphasonik PMA NIGHTHAWK
A lower
Orlando n/s/ F needed Jan1 to share new Northgate than 2070 $89. 550 Low miles, New tires. 2 helmets EXTRAS 1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS pwr door
3/2 house w/2 recent UFgrads. $240/mo. mailorder Systems below Include 1mb, Call Eric 334.8783 $900. 11-30- locks, seats, windows, a/c auto, wht
Call Piper 407.293.6318 leave message 40mb ((28ms) Harddlsk, graphics monitor & T PC IBM 58 ext/blue Int Exc condo must sell best
compatible.super ,
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX $1086, . offer 334.5053. '123 109
software CGA math
Northgate 386/20/ $2499. Leading Edge graphics, Honda EXPRESS MOPED
very good
F n/s needed to share a 386SX laptop w/40/ MB hd & battery coprocessor 1939. 3046 hard drive $795 call 338- state, mechanic.owned, $380. Call 336- Buick Regal' 1983 auto st wagonV6
$1995. 1 6 2 Onsite .
warranties warranties
(turn year 1972.
room; 2bdrm/lba; fully/nicely/ ; 113056 ac/am/fm good condition
Panasonic 1180
$160/mon. 1/3 util; Com seal 373 printer $185. $2500 or best offer
2 Dorm refng, stereo equip, 2 typewriters
HP Laser Jet lip. $987. 3743 W. Univer
1986 Honda Rebel Good
$850. condition
0024. Saeful' 334.5057
sityAve. class recorder, 2 fans, and Honda
Nighthawk 650 for sale Call Rich 334 Call 462-2960. ' 11'.27.5.9

beside UF needs m, ns i45/mo' / + part Extra thick cotton/foam futons, & sofa to place a Classified, ad? Too Lazyto ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW
util Scot 335.7797 Iv msg. bed frames From only $200 per set 2 tickets one way do it? Good News! You can do It by RATES, low payments, fast drive
Dec 15 each. Call 371.6055 after thru service, se habla Espanol 377.2277.
Call Al 373.3127 or Matt 377.2110. 11 I. $125 phone If you have a MasterCard or Visa!
ROOMMATE WANTED'!'! 30 156 8 p.m. Call 373FIND. 377CARS. WE CARE. 12-14.17.9

F for 3br/3ba in Spyglass, Spring. w/d/ SAFARI AUDIO..for all of your car tie- STANLEY H. KAPLAN
$228/mo. 335.2963 Valerie I 11 I.28.3.5 reo need Com see the expert at DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited

Safari Audio. 4110 SW 34th St *3, 3381128 -
j Roommate wanted N/S to share 4 bedroom : 125156 LA 14 a.t 1 Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe
3 bath house with pool* game .
room fire place, a hot tub, wash/dry OAKTREESHADZSUNGLASSES: 64 Circus cover 31 Ending with 48 Symbolic bird
275 00. Includes all 373-3247. 12355 RayBan$35.Vuarnet$45Bolle$40etc.Call 1 Throat of a bird 65 Fall mo. slug or song 49 Particle

335-6450 to save your money. 11. 5 Cougar 32 Marina sight 50 Relish
Female to share 3 bedroom house in 30.12-6 9 Slippers DOWN1Quahog 33 Declare 51 Dies -

'quiet N E. neighborhood, wash/dryer, 14 Anthropologist 34 Surfeit 52 Enthrall
cent ar. fenced yard. Pets ok $150 + ORCA EDGE Dive Computer Like New Claude 2 Send 39 Portable boat 53 Tract
util! 377 7609 eve 12355 Batteries and all Included
accessories -Strauss 3 Dispatch boat 41 Atmospheric 54 Function
$475 neg Nights and weekends 377 uu art tve-et a vusetM 15 At a distance 4 Irresolute pollution 55 Sacred article
Nonsmoker to share upstairs of house 3 8352. "
blocks from UF 1 room & closet share 377-0014 16 Flat-out 5 March 45 Author of'"Little 56 Withheld

bath, $i75/moand 1/3 utils call Pete at: 1 Nagel serigraph f 14 $350 1 rare Nagel "M LCLASSES 17 Novelist 6 Vehicles for Women" 58 Attention-
3751669. Hollywood serigraph $1000. $1300 takes Kingsley ETs? 46 blanche getter
both Firm If separate Ask for Carla 332 18 Word with 7 Aircraft speed
wanted Own rm in nice spacious 3/2/ 3784. 11 2756 START bound or measure ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
house. 2 blocks N of O Dome $158.33
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Good machine for small type shop System .*Palmer six string acoustic guitar only BAR 25 Go to the mat 28 Sheridan's "The ann nnnnn nnnnnnnmnn
includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font .
$120 **Sony apt IIL turntable "top of
disks $3,500 OBO Call The Alligator at the line $200. Call 3348446. 11'.28-5.6 REVIEW DEC. 27 with for Scandal" S T A E A R R Y
373-9926 for more Info 28 Symbol on a 27 Rose feature nnnnn
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300 ZX 1980 S-spstd, WANTED Ford Mustang 2-door 4-cylmder BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Papers Typeset Resumes you need money for Christmas?Wanta
am/fm/taps/ air, T-top, excellent condition 1983 thru 88 lot half hour engineering Business Legal Personal Etc. job you can work on your own time?Call
or belt offer Call 3328473. 12-6- Inspection. Will pay Call 375-6710 men G'ville Handicapped Typing 4724107. 12-4-10-13
10-9 tion case no 90079. 11-29-5-10 1233 NW 10th Ave. YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378.7179
372-1664 BE ON T.V. many needed for commer.
75 Old Omega-4dr, straight 8 cyl w air, NEED2FSUTIXS MC/VISA/lnsurance/ / Typing & Typesetting Theses, cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting
new paint, tires, tint, tea to appreciate, Call Mike at 3773076. 11-29-3-10 Free Pregnancy Test Diss. & Manuscripts ONLY Info. Call ((615)) 779-7111 Ext. T235.
CLEAN". 15003717481. 11-21-5-9 Member Experienced see Grad Sch list
Desperately need 2 FSU tickets. Call Bob National Abortion Federation K.B. Williams 332-1402 12-14-
82 Honda Civic: 4dr, new motor brakes, 378-0521 or 3752980. -30-4-10 Paying $10 to qualified 18 + aged volun.
tires, and a/c.Tint. $2300 obo. 371-7481 *** LET'S PARTY ** TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA FAST, leers to participate In a 1 hour appt in a
saliva research Must be
11-30-5-9 study. taking
Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ
" 11 SERVICESNW service all mu"callormall. 12-14-42- 3764854. drugs for asthma high blood pressure, or
1988 Ford Bronco II XLT. Excellent con depression. Call 3926796. 11304.13

dition 34,000 miles A/C/ & all options Mini storage at 1-75 I NW 39th Ave "MARIJAN OF HOLLAND"
10500. Call 3738265. 11.3059 Thesis, term papers, reports Legal and Florida Bookstore ne ds help book
asking near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Custom made clothe & alterations, no during
9 medical termmolgy WP 5.0 ft laser buy back. II you can touch type and have
$20; 10% disc. to students. 332-8917' pattern needed, 20 yrs. exp. Fast ser .
12-14-76-11 vice call 3328315. 12142311DAVE'S printer. Call 378.2034 or 376 6521. 11- hours avail. during finals week apply
IT TRUE..JEEPS FOR $44 THROUGHTHE 1614W. University Ave. S5/hour. 11-29-
you think of
504649-5745 EXT. S-3115 Get confidential testing and treatment at a dirty car, think of Dave. Complete professional charts/graphics, laser copy/disk Inc. The;
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. auto detailing. $40. 3361314. Professional Editor- 3713517. 11.30.8-
12-14-76-11 BUSINESS
1987 Honda CRX SI, red. 1 tat owner, pampered **** ELECTRICAL SERVICE **** 12
sun root, and more. $7500 obo. New lines, Installation,
lights ceiling 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
Call 3739975. 12-3-5-9 ** GATOR MOVING ** fans, trouble shooting. Ph 334-5878 Resume Professionals
Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- Beeper 371-5024. 11-27-5-11 Laser quality resume services. On campus
t Pontiac 1000 1984. Excellent condition, Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dls. pickup/delivery. 378.8596. 12-14- ,terminals & pc's, buy, sell
new clutch, tires, starter. 84K miles, a/c, Llc/lns. Harry/Bill/ 374-4791 12-14-76- CIBACHROME PROCESSINGVibrant trade, rent ft repair. Great prices, DUALITY
am/lm/ asking only $1600 obo. Call 334- QUICKSILVERWord CDCS 818 W Univ 338.0378. 12-
color & detail
5290. 12-3-5-9 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons Prints from Slides Processing 24 hrs/7days. Fast, accurate 1476.14
boarding woodser facilities spell check, edit. Guaranteed.Call .
T'' Dec. Special 8 x 10.... $9.75
1979 Buick Century, PS/PB. Runs great, hay rides parties sales working 335.5646. Ivmsg 11-30-5-12
Luna Tech Lab & Photo
orig.nal owner, $850. Call 3728240. 11- students accepted. 466-3224 3758080. 15 PERSONALS
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TYPING Doing things halfway isn't part ol our
*SUNBELT MOVING* 375.8967 style When it comes to quality, the word
10 WANTEDLocal Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. 12 SERVICES Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train. "compromise isn't part ol our vocabu.
1. ItemHouse full. Local/Log dist.Llclns. Benefits Insurance. 12-14-76-13 lary. That's the way we work at EZ Ten-
Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class / Priced for Students I Marty 375- nisi I 34 St Plaza 372.2257.
*Typing business *
reports legal
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine MOVE. 12.14-76.11 Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par
Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10 resumes cassettes transcribed applications ticipate in new drug study for the treatment / Great
AAA STORAGE letters notary *etc. Available of jock itch (fungus of groin), call prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical
** I NEED 2 FSU TIX ** Close to UF, Convenient 24 hours/7 days/372-2777/ 12-14-76- 331-5379 Laboratory 376.5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1
4x4x4 l5/mo block Irom Ala Gen.
Call 374-4091. 4x8x8 $30/mo MICRO CENTERTyping 3760339. Full ... NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top
'1 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 & self service computing. Open until Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs customers: thanks for your support
Need 2 or 3 FSU tickets 10pm Su-Th. Typing starts & 1.50/pg Only Inc. 1-800-463-8699. of EZ Tennis Our steadfast promise is to
Call 3380389. if not there leave message *FREE* Resumes $8 Self service resumes continue to provide quality products at
11283.10 Pregnancy Test $2.50/hr .15/page./ Laser typeset Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate great prices with fast friendly service
Gainesville Women's graphics spell check theses papers in new drug study for the treat Here's you, Gainesville 11-30-12-15
Need 2 FSU tickets. TOP $. Call 335- HEALTH CENTER special characters employment ment of athlete's loot. Call 331.5379.

9070 3361454.. 720 NW 23rd Avenue databases mailmerge training. Word 121435.13
377-5055 Perfect specialist Visa/MC. 12-14-52-12 Natural Foods and Vitamins

ABORTION (To 24 Wks) INTELLIGENCE JOBS. Birkenstock, Sandals.
BIRTH CONTROL Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable Sunflower Health Foods .
r 14 Gynecology Services service. Reasonable rates. CIA US Customs DEA 87 SW 34th St 372-7482
Laser printer. 377-8175 til 00pm.: 12- 12-14-76-15
$COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships etc.
College Scholarship Locators pob ...RESUMES*** Now Hiring Call ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. B 4 U buy shoes rackets sportswear,
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7485. 12-14-75-11 vices. Resume House 371-8148. 12-14- G'ville's tennis authority.EZ Tennis 34 St
The Division of Housing Office (for Plaza. 113012.15
Typlng/Wordprocesslng. WordPerfect Stiff and Student Development Is lookIng -
5.1. quality work fast r..ullllow rates, for a Program Assistant/Graphics/ PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get immediate
dependable, personal service. Tara 332- Artist for 15-20 hrs./wk./ paying $3.80 test results from a reliable source
tI 1469. 12-14-76-12 per hr. Position begin Spring 1991 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881
THE HONEY BAKED HAM CO.Is Applications available at the Housing 121476.15

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fill our sales counter and production resumes reports letters etc. 28, 1990. For more Information EZ Tennis offers 25% off sportswear,
positions.We have stores located in the 1.800.777.7901 376-5465A 3500 W. Univ. Ave contact Kathy Smith at 392-2161 40% off warmups ft 50% off aerobic wear

following markets: Clearwater,Ft *143 0 to]- Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 DAILY plus a whole lot morel Check us
Lauderdale, Ft Myers, Hollywood, Word processor part-time, must know outll 11-30-12-15
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Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Pensacola,
ately. 376-5465 or 4660315. 12-3-10-
Pompano Beach..: Sarasota,St l
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Petersburg, Tampa,West Palm Beach II Get Work for yourself. Other student sell and all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD -
and other major cities. I II Just T-shirt Be the first to sell 3770881. 12-14-76-15
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locations In the cities nearest you. change with temperature change Free labor with string purchase at EZ
Buy any Original or Super Sub, get the iJImI;. I II Call Alan ((813)2(2-7632.) 11-27-5-13 Tennis; 30%off tee shirts;25%off shorts",
I shirts, skirts-365 days a yearll 34 '
second of equal or lesser value free with U.F. Plaza Hou..keeper-$70 for 1 day-a-month All Plaza. 11-30-12-15
I University Ave.&NW17St. I domestic duties except laundry. Cecil
of f two medium drinks. 332-0786 after 7p.m. 11-28-5-13 Permanent Hair Removal
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I Offer expires 12/14/90./ / Offer food at Sobik's of Gainesville only. One couPon per I Rental Finders 1702 W. University Ave

S Not valid with any other coupons or discounts. i 11-27-3-13
!\ = - Person needed for werewolf study c :e
Sharp, Professional people needed for a month around full moon.
full or part-time work as rental consultant. Got a project or event you'd like to advertise .
RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE NOWI! 111 Must enjoy working with people. We will ? Get results last with an ad In the
tram. Apply at Gator Rental Finders 1702W. classifieds!
DAYTONA BEACHSTEAMBOAT .".."ff" University Ave 11-27-3-13
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND ".., 'f2" Informal Sales-students needed to sell
SAND 1 NIGHTS handcrafted Peruvian jewelry ft other Classifieds.
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United Press. Intematlonal .Give one Heisman arm to Brig- than anyone. averaged 40 points per game. But who is more than a role player.
ham Young quarterback Ty Del- The shoulders belong to Moore's season ended with a hand Rocket, a junior, can win it next
Choosing this season's Heisman mer, who has an NCAA record of Colorado's Eric Bieniemy, pound- injury Nov. 17. Too bad. season. Saturday, Bieniemy deserves -
))1} Trophy winner is like selecting the 4,869 yards passing. for-pound the toughest running We're down to a two-man race. the hardware.
No. 1 team. Good luck. It would .Give the other arm to Houston back. Ismail is a streak of lightning, Bieniemy has been the most
make more sense to pick a name quarterback David Klingler, who Those are the nice qualities of the college game's most exciting consistent offensive force this fall,
out of a hat.There isn't a clear-cut has thrown 47 touchdown passes each candidate. A closer examination player. He's a threat to score six rushing for 1,628 yards and 17
favorite out there.This is the least this season. reveals the flaws. points any time he handles the ball. touchdowns, leading the No. 1

impressive field of candidatessince .Give the head to Virginia quarterback Detmer has thrown 24 Intercep But that's the problem he team against a schedule that has
well, last year. Shawn Moore, a graduate tions. Sorry,Ty. doesn't handle it that much. included games against six ranked
When the 1990 Heisman is student who Is the nation's most Klingler's case is fraudulent,be- The Rocket has possessed the opponents.
awarded in New York this Saturday efficient passer. cause a bully Houston team ran up ball 127 times-an average of six Bieniemy is second in the nationin
they probably should take an The legs can go to Notre the score to pad his statistics. handoffs, three receptions and two rushing and would have the title,
ax,cut the trophy into a few hunks Dame's Raghib "Rocket" Ismail, a Moore is Virginia's most valu- returns a game and he has six but didn't play in Colorado's open-
and distribute the pieces' to the game-breaker who can sprint the able player. He passed for 2,262 touchdowns. Call it idealism, but ing game because of disciplinary
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I drop to sixth in AP Poll, Tech passes Miami I

UF fell victim to some shuffling within the Miami ((8-2)) and Georgia Tech ((9-0-1))' ) also Florida State, which will play host to the NCAA to give the football players rings to
Top 10 this week, dropping one spot to No. switched positions. The Hurricanes, who Gators this Saturday,remained at No. 8 afteran commemorate their league-best 6-1 SEC record -
6 in the Associated Press Top 25, the news blasted Syracuse 33-7 Saturday, fell from idle week.Rounding UF coach Steve Spurrier said.
agency announced Monday. second to third. The Yellow Jackets, who out the Top 10 were No.7 Notre "We've found out that we are going to be
were idle last week, rose one spot to No. 2. Dame, No. 9 Washington and No. 10 Penn able to give them a ring,"he said. "It'll have
Sharon Ginn State. Tennessee is 12th, Mississippi 15th 'No. Iln the SEC' or something like that."
Colorado,which finished the season 10-1-()
NOTEBOOKTexas 1, kept the top spot for the second week ina and Auburn 20th in the poll. Felker resigns
row. Brigham Young remained at No. 4 Gators to get rings Rocky Felker, Mississippi State's head
after defeating Utah State 4510. It's about as official as you can get while football coach, resigned Monday after guid-

sixth last week, took over the No. Once again, six different teams had votes being unofficial: the Gators are not allowedto ing the Bulldogs to a 5-6 record this season.
5 spot in the poll after defeating Baylor 23-13 for first place.Colorado received 41,Georgia win the Southeastern Conference, but Felker's team lost 21-9 to instate rival
'Saturday. The Longhorns improved to 9-1, Tech 10,Miami two,BYU three,Texas three they can recognize what could have been. Mississippi Saturday, leaving its Southeastern -
while the Gators stayed at 94. and UF one. UF has received permission from the Conference record at 1-6.

UF faces Texas tonightBy I Golf team

MATT FOGLESON Stacey Poole will start in the gets recruit,.
frontcourt with Davis and Chatman.Ju- .
Alligator Writer
nior Brian Hogan will join Garcia at 'The UF men's golf team
UF basketball coach Lon Kruger said guard. signed Daniel Stone to a let-
he hopes to see a more balanced attack For Texas, ranked No. 22 in the As- ter of intent Wednesday,
against the University of Texas in sociated Press' preseason poll, senior bringing the number of re-
tonight's home opener. guard Joey Wright is expected to pro- cruits coach Buddy Alexan-
Well, at least better than the Gators vide the offense. Wright averaged 19.5 der has nabbed to two in the
displayed Saturday night in Tampa points a game last year,and grabbed 17 signing period.
against the University of South Florida.In rebounds in Texas' 105-94 victory Stone, a t first-team- all-on-
Saturday's 70-61() loss forward liv- against UF last December. ference selection at St. Pe-
ingston Chatman and center Dwayne Tonight also marks 6-foot-7 forward tersburg High, joins Chris
Davis combined for 37 points. Dexter Cambridge's debut with Texas. Couch as the Gators two signees. -
Kruger said he wants better play from Cambridge averaged 33 points and 11 .
the backcourt when UF tips off against rebounds a game last year for Lon Mor- Stone, averaging37.9
Texas at 7:30: in the O'Connell Center. ris College, where he was a first-team strokes'for nine holes' last
"We need to throw the ball inside,but Junior College All-America.\ season at St. PetersburgHigh
we also need to shoot the ball from the Sophomore guard Scott Stewart may ,won the 1990 Southern
perimeter,"he said after practice Mon- not be available for tonight's game. Junior and Florida State Ju-
day. "We want (the guards) to shoot Stewart had to stop practicing early nior tournaments. He: also
shots they feel comfortable shooting." Monday because of a sore back. took fifth at this year's Na-
To help achieve that goal, Kruger Fans who don't want to fight for a tional PGA Junior and Ben

said he will try a different lineup.Senior parking place at the game can catch a Hogan Junior tourneys."I .
Renaldo Garcia will start at point guardin shuttle at the commuter lot and parking
him to continue
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR place of senior BJ. Carter. garage on North-South Drive for$1. expect
Freshman Marttl Kuisma, a 6-foot-ll forward, to improve and I consider
Garcia came off the bench' to score The shuttle begins running one hour
played eight minutes last week and will proba- nine in 25 minutes before the him on of the top five recruitsof
I points Saturday. game, and runs until one the year,"Alexander said.
bly see more playing time tonight. Carter scored one point in 22 minutes. hour after the game. GREGQ DOYEL



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