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I SARS cleared to assist COARBy Murder Task Forceto

MIKE CARR are no roadblocks." get partial fundsThe
Alligator Writer But former COAR coordinator Betty Campbell is more ,
pessimistic. "I'll believe it when I see it in writing," she said. Task Force investigating the murders of five
After months of squabbles between students and UF Eloise Harman, chairwoman of the Women Students local college students was told Wednesday it will
officials, Mental Health Services has agreed to provide Health Care Task Force, said Ayers' promise eliminates a receive less than half the $500,000 in federal funds it
personnel free of charge to train peer educators working for major obstacle. requested.The .
Campus Organized Against Rape. "This is pretty hopeful. Dr. Kellett was opposed to this," Task Force will receive $200,000 from the
COAR,a group that educates students on rape prevention, Harman said. "I didn't think he would even consider it." Department of Justice to offset overtime salaries and
has complained about being underfunded and unable to get Harman was not as pleased with a letter she received from other possible expenses, Gainesville police
help from Sexual Assault Recovery Service therapists. SARS Student Solidarity Against Silence, a shadow organization woman Lt. Sadie Darnell said Wednesday
therapists, who work in the Infirmary's Mental Health Ser highly critical of the task force.In She said the loss of $300,000 could have spokes'I''I'
vices, previously could not work for COAR, except on their the letter,SSAS accused the task force of holding secret effects on the Gainesville Police Department
own time. meetings and refusing to deal with any other issue besides is, already operating on a $70,000 budget deficit.

Infirmary director Boyd Kellett had proposed a $20-an-() COAR reorganization, said Claire Walsh, head of Sexual "It's still $200,000 more than (the Task Force) had
hour charge to COAR for use of SARS therapists. But Mental Assault Recovery Service. yesterday," she said. The Task Force ,has been
Health Services head Jackie Ayers says he will convince "The letter really upset me,"Harman said. "I had a sinking tightening up on expenses,and they will have to make
Kellett to change the therapists' job description."We feeling that no matter how hard we try, they have alreadysee do." I
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can work out pretty much what we need to work out," COAR page 5 -MATTHEW. SAUER ,
Ayers said. "Dr. Kellett is willing to work with me. There


I I Reed: Minority concerns deserve attention I I

nine public universities is In tune with
the problems, and if continual attention is
Alligator Staff WriterA
applied, changes can be made. r
campus group told State University While admitting the number of black
System Chancellor Charles Reed Wednes- senior administrators across the univer- .
day that his support is a necessary Ingre- sity system is low, Reed said improve-
dient for the success of UF's black studentsand ments are possible.
faculty. "We're talking about changing values,

The academic environment for black attitudes, norms, life," Reed said. S
people still is stifling and spiritless, and One area in need of amending is tenure MJ
most top campus jobs remain out of reach rates for black faculty, Reed said. Tenure,
for black people, said members of UFs granted to professors after four or five
Association of Black Faculty and Staff. years of continuous service, guarantees
Florida's academic freedom, job security and usu-
At a meeting with Reed, top
higher-education official, about 25 black ally a larger paycheck.But .
Reed said an extra load is placed on
advocates touched on the lack of black Il M
administrators, the loss of black faculty to black professors to join the committeesand f
higherpaying positions and the need fora task forces of groups seeking out
mentor program. black faculty to ensure diversity in their
work. This limits their time for researchand
UF Black Student Union President An-
publication major criteria for ten-
gela Eubanks said all of these factors leadto

an absence of student morale. When ure."Our State Chancellor Charles Reed meets with STEPHANIE of SOMMER
board is very concerned about University System a group. minority I I
black teachers aren't properly recognizedor
in Norman Hall
that, Reed said. "A severe and extraordi- representatives Wednesday.
rewarded, students feel the administration -
burden is placed black faculty
is ignoring their needs, she said. nary on Lawrence said. "Some of us have servedon said in the past at UF, open top positions
members black female
especially faculty
"It seems like they're being held to stag- members." seven to 10 committees in one semes- have been filled mainly with white faculty.He .
nate positions, and that sends out a mes- ter." said the trend''sent a frustrating mes-
sage to the students about how the UF zoology Professor Pauline Lawrencesaid But an answer to that problem, she said, sage to his qualified black colleagues.
University feels about them or appreciatesthem she's felt'the effects of these com- is mandating a minimum amount of servicefor When advancements and raises are with-

," Eubanks said. mands. every faculty member and then reward- held, black faculty leave for higher paying,
Reed said the Board of Regents the13member "As'a black female faculty member ing those who go beyond that minimum.
Minorities, 4
panel that oversees the state's yes, I have felt the brunt of the,problem," UF education Professor Simon Johnson see page

I ACLU turns down White Student Union case I

ACLU does not think the WSU hasa Lombardi and the WSU received room or a campus office. WSU lost McCormick said.
Alligator Writer case. them."I both privileges when it failed to "The main reason we keep get
WSU officials asked the ACLUto feel it's only fair to the recipients find a faculty adviser and reregis- ting turned down is because professors
The American, Civil Liberties represent their organizationafter that I wait until they get the ter with UF in September.In want tenure and don't wantto
Union will not represent the White their faculty adviser resignedand letter before I say something," their original quest to becomea upset the administration."
Student Union in its battle with UF, UF administrators said they no Willett said. "That's just courtesy.But student group, WSU leaders McCormick said the group prob-
administrators to hold on-campus longer could be a registered stu- McCormick said the ACLU looked for a faculty adviser for two ably will decide today to meet in a
meetings, but WSU plans to meet dent group. decision raises several legal ques- months.That adviser quit in June, classroom. '

anyway the group's vice presidentsaid Charles ''Willett, chairman tions, such as whether the group and UF gave the group until Sep- "We're contemplating just meet
Wednesday. .can meet on tember to find another one. The
ACLU's Gainesville chapter until ing on campus to force the University
has not been able to do
Steve McCormick said the he stepped down Wednesday Only registered student groups group so. to legally back its claim," he

ACLU mailed letters earlier, this night(, .said the letters were sent are allowed to receive Student Gov- WSU has tried to find an adviser, said, adding that the WSU is filing '
week to the WSU and UF President earlier this week.Willett would not ernment money or use UF facili- but Lombardi! discouraged faculty a case with the Washington Legal
Lombard!,notifying,them the discuss the contents until ties, such as a Reitz Union meeting. members from sponsoring them, Foundation.the .

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toys for needy families at donation Hispanic: The Hispanic Student Center. Call 392-0964. COUNSELING
tables set up outside Turlington Hall Association meets tonight at 6:45: in Poet society: The Poetry Group PREGNANCY MANY OTHER
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equipment. Bring ID and your fee Alpha Epsilon Delta: Alpha Epsilon Club meets tonight at 6 in the Florida
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i Legislature approves money for campus lightingBy ::1

ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI Browne announced at Tuesday's years down the road, I can say that parking lots and the paths that really dark and anything could be
Alligator Writer Senate meeting that UF had re- we made a great difference," he connect them." out there," said health and human
ceived its $200,000 request from Lights eventually will be placednear performance junior Frank
UF students walking through the state Legislature for the im- said.The first lights will be installedon Library East and Library I3enavides. "Even for me, I keep
campus at night no longer will be proved lighting. the Plaza of the Americas by West, along Inner I Road, along Sta- looking behind me."

kept in the dark. "My goal is to let no one walk in January, Browne said. dium Road to 13th Street and Browne said he hopes"Veins of
The first stage of the "Veins ofSafety" fear," he said.Browne around Carleton Auditorium. Safety" will make everyone more
project Student Body "We cannot light the whole cam-
aware of the importance of lightson
said Several students said the
the lighting projectwas new
President Michael Browne's planto pus, but we can light the paths that .
of his main for his lights are needed and would make campus."I
one goals "
brighten routes traveled
nighttime on are at night, he said."The
them feel safer.
campus will be in place by next presidency."This veins will center around the east want this to open everyone'seyes
semester. is something that 10 to 20 side of campus-the libraries, the "With all of the trees, it gets about lighting."

I Senate may pay Tower yearbook's $12,000 debt !i I

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By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI Senators spent much of the meeting dis- he said. "This will benefit all of us." UF administrators restricted dormitory
Alligator Writer cussing Tower yearbook's $12,000 requestto After much discussion, senators gave residents' visitation times shortly after five
pay for past debts. their preliminary approval to the $12,000 local college students were found murderedin
Student Senators debated for almost three Sen. Nelson Miranda said he wasn't sure debt payment. Senators will discuss final August. f fl
hours Tuesday night before giving prelimi- if he wanted to help pay off the yearbook'sdebts approval next week. Sen. Brian Burgoon, the bill's author, said The '
nary approval to money requests totaling because the group might continue to Senators also passed$31,000 for"Celebra.tion hopes the resolution will convince admin-
more than $44,000. lose money,and Student Government would ," the spring arts and jazz festival. That istrators to listen to students' opinions.
Before the meeting, Senate President have to pay for more debts later. request also faces final approval next week. "Hopefully this is bold enough statementto
Adam Tanenbaum handed out letters to But other senators argued that the year- Celebration Producer Joe Touger origi- say that we want it changed back, and we
senators asking them to scrutinize money book now under SG's control benefitsall nally requested $41,000, but Student Gov- want it changed back now," Burgoon said.
requests, and after the meeting he again students and would make money."If ernment Productions donated $10,000 to the Senators also approved $1,136 for the
stressed the importance of spending money we're going to fund a private group fora event. Students in African Studies Association.The .

wisely. private trip, we need to fund something for With little debate, senators also approveda group plans to send 12 students to a
"It's important to consider each bill as all students,"said Senate Tempore Kane resolution asking UF administrators to Washington, D.C., for the Organization for !
though it was our individual money we were Radebaugh."This give dormitory residents the right to vote on African Unity, which is similar to an African
giving," he said. does not benefit a specific group," their visitation plans. model of the United Nations.

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Israeli expert to discuss Gulf, conflict I .

Israeli scholar and political commentator Wal- and is a columnist(for Israel Scene magazine and
ter Zanger will speak tonight about Israel's Bible Times Quarterly. Before moving to Israelin
permanent role in the Middle East. 1966, he became an ordained rabbi and
worked U.S. Air Force
Zanger, who will speak at 7:30: p.m. in Bless as a chaplain.
Auditorium, has appeared on the television After emigrating, he served as a sergeant in
shows "Larry King Live" and "Hello Jerusalem"as the Israeli Defense Force for 12 years. I

an expert on Israel."He's Zanger also creates film documentaries and

someone who could give a larger over gives tours of Israel to foreigners.The .

view of the region and conflicts," Rabbi Gerald discussion is co-sponsored by Hillel, UF's
Friedman said. "He makes things come alive. Center for Jewish Studies, the Department of
He has a wonderful style." Religion and Temple Shir Shalom.

Born in New York, Zanger now lives in Israel -DREW CLINE

I UF life captured in pictures I

I Private photographer's book creates a pictoral essayis I
the crowd around you. Sometimes the action
around you is more fun than what's going on on
Alligator Staff Writer "
.y the field.
It's a story of science and nature, cheering UF Alumni Director R.Wayne McDaniel said the
crowds and goodnight kisses it's UF's story in book includes a written introduction by Sam Proc-
pictures.The tor, UF's official historian and author of Gator
pictures,collected in a 112-page book called History. But unlike Proctor's book,A Photographic
University of Florida, A Photographic Portrait, fea- Portrait concentrates on how UF looks today.
tures UF's campus and students from January 1989to "There was nothing available that was a nice t
spring 1990. coffee-table book," McD- !
Taken by private photographer aniel said. "The book is j
Tommy Thompson "The book is designed to designed to show you a J
of Atlanta, the book repre- little bit of everything
sents a five-year effort by show you a little 1 bit of every- about the campus."

UPs National Alumni Asthing about the campus. Although Thompson
sociation to create a said the $39 book shows
graphic essay about the -R. Wayne McDaniel UF's recreational side, his
school. photos also show scientists
UF Alumni I Director I
Thompson has taken at work collecting mosqui-
photographs for similar toes outside the Reitz
books at Emory, Auburn Union and gathering soil at Lake Okeechobee. But
and Tulane universities. He said his father and Thompson said he hoped the photos emphasized
brother attended UF,but he hadn't been on campusin people, not their work."I .

C 15 years. really want them to do what they want to do,"
"It'd been kind of fresh backon
a experience getting he said of his subjects at UFo They're going to drift
campus, "Thompson said. "I'm sure the book into that. Once you've shot a roll of film or two,
reflects that.
J.S. SULLIVAN-ALLIGATOR they've forgotten you."
Published by Harmony House, the 9 1/2-by-ll
Sittin' on the dock of the bay 3/4-inch book includes more than photos of football The book will be available by mail in either

UF freshman Caren Hesse reflects on her psychology studies games and Century Tower, he said. March or April, McDaniel said. A $19.50 deposit

Wednesday by Graham Pond. The book is definitely a people book," he said. mailed to UF's National Alumni Association is
"Part of the experience of going to a football game required by Dec. 15.

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The Libyan chief said he asked the two Arab leadersto crisis," Gazia said, reading from the statement. "We
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before the 15 foreign ministers of the U.N. Security leave such adamant parties to pay the price,
Council decide in New York whether to adopt a U.N. be they Saudis, Kuwaitis or Iraqis," he said. PICN'SAVEFRIDAY
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Saddam, facing international pressure to withdraw pied Kuwait during a summit in Cairo shortly after
from Kuwait,was interested in the proposed meeting, the Aug. 2 invasion.
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. Judge won't drop murder charges against landladySACRAMENTO I LUNCH .A 5

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authorities escorted her from her boardinghouse that she buried the bodies, the charges should be
through a throng of television cameras and on-lookers dismissed. Clymo argued that many of the victims
so she could visit a relative. were heavy drinkers and smokers and could have
Instead, she fled to Los Angeles, where she was died of natural causes.

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. MTV, VH-1 reject, Madonna's racy. new video I GATORSIZEAHPHIES

NEW YORK (UPI) -The NBC censor was waiting Baptiste Mondineo, who directed Madonna's video
Wednesday to see Madonna's steamy new video,after for the song"Open Your Heart."
two major cable channels turned down the film described The film, shot in black and white, portrays the !
by one critic as "Marilyn Monroe meets erotic fantasies of Madonna and a lover, played by
'Cabaret' in the S&M Hotel.! her boyfriend,Tom Ward, during what appears to be
MTV, which has played all of Madonna's videos an orgy in a Paris hotel.
since she became a star six years ago, announced The fantasies involve female and male bisexuality, .r
Tuesday it had canceled the film's premier plannedfor cross dressing, mild sadomasochism,voyeurism and
Saturday. multiple partners.
Wednesday,VH-1,the second national video cable "We love Madonna,"said TV spokeswoman Carole
network, said it also had nixed the tape.A Robinson."We respect her work as an artist.We think
spokeswoman for NBC's "Friday Night Videos" she makes great videos. This one is not for us." i
said show officials had viewed the film. Added VH-1 spokesman Barry Kluger, "VH-1 and
"It definitely has to be sent to the NBC censor," MTV have similar standards and we, too, found the
said Deborah Higgins. video unacceptable for basic cable."
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COARfrom that the task force was holding argument on the credibility of the walking through a minefield and gain control of its services. COAR .
1 secret meetings, Harman said she task force,formed this semester to have to have some trust." currently is funded by SG.
page circulated a memo with the meeting oversee female students' healthcare SSAS members say the task
Task force members said other
made up their minds that we haveno time. Task force member Jacquelyn needs. force is not dealing with the high issues
are important to their
credibility." Resnick said, "It was on my "We don't have some secret incidence of rape on the UF campus agenda, but they must concentrateon
Campus National Organizationfor calendar. agenda said Kathleen Shiverick, Coenen said. the COAR reorganization to I,
Women member Alex Lieder But SSAS member Amy Coenen co-chairwoman of the task force.
The task force "assumes thereare meet a Jan. 15 deadline set by
defended SSAS Wednesday, say said Harman used poor judgmentin "Our jobs are no piece of cake. We no other issues to contend Health Affairs Associate Vice President
ing it can be misinterpreted."SSAS not telling students at a previous are trying to work around our with"besides the reorganization of Kenneth Finger.

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presentation by Dr. Andrew Sorensen
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Affairs; also, Panel Discussion/Question and

lecture by

November 29, 1990 Prof. Raul Hilberg, University of Vermont

Stetson Auditorium Sunday December 2, Gannett Auditorium, 8:00: p.m.A .

Medical Sciences Building, 2nd Floor reception will follow the lecture in the atrium of Weimer Hall.
Health Science Center

UIVID 5:15-7:15: : p.m. This program Is cosponsored by the Gary R. Gerson Lecture Series Endowmentand

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A bronze alligator on the UF campus.

Now we've heard everything.Yes .

you read correctly. A six-to-eight-foot bronze alli-
gator is Student Body President Michael Browne's latest

idea. Browne doesn't know yet where the statue wouldgo

but he wants groups like the UF Foundation and Ga-

tor Boosters to donate money to the cause.

He said the alligator would serve as a sign of Gator

spirit and an object players and students could rub for
good luck. > tu6tLl/UQJMI'/

But a bronze statue that big would cost about $20,000.It's .

one thing to have Gator pride. We like the Gators
too. But it's quite another to solicit $20,000 for a silly New editor must be in tune with UFThis

statue when UF is suffering through budget cuts and re-
Sunday, The Alligator's publisher, Campus
duced summer course schedules.We 0- Ed Scales
believe Browne's heart is in the right place with Communications Inc., will meet to choose the paper's
next editor. This is the publisher's only input into the
this idea, but we want him to think about how this idea editorial side of the paper.I N POLITICSpaper

appears to students who will look for different classes to I realize that most UF students don't care who The
take this summer because many of the ones they want Alligator editor is nor, it sometimes seems, what its editor and its publisher to earn the respectof
will be axed from the schedule. the paper writes. the UF community.
The Alligator, though, serves as a microcosm of To earn this respect, The Alligator needs to look
Browne it's shame the University of Southern
says a UFs students and often fairly and accurately reflects more deeply into the causes and effects of its stories.It .
California and Clemson University have monuments to UFs tenor.In needs to become more comprehensive in its cover
their teams, but UF has nothing. We disagree. UF fact, The Alligator is an institution at UF,just as age, especially of UF issues.

alumni probably have as much or more pride than those much as Gator Growl, tailgating, Phi Delt's Slugfestor Most importantly, it needs to establish some solid
schools' alumni. You can't cross a city line in this state The Alligator's own pathetically unfunny comics. editorial agenda or set of principles rather than employing
without bumping into someone who went to UF. And,as with all such institutions, politics rears its ugly the current policy of jumping on timely"band
head at The Alligator, usually during editor selection. "
The Gators have fans who show their pride by follow- wagon issues, often causing blatant inconsistenciesin
Each time, the process results in either a sort of editorial stances.
ing the team almost everywhere they go. UF doesn't journalistic malaise, or a virtual revolution by staffers
need a statue to prove the loyalty of the students or the who don't like The Alligator serving as UFs newsletter.The This Sunday, I hope Campus Communications Inc.
school, which brings us to Browne's other less-than- Alligator, sort of like UF itself, swings from prudently and liberally exercises its only editorial
bright idea.Because. being patently uninteresting to annoyingly radical, control over The Alligator by appointing an editorwho'struly
occasionally finding that middle ground which defines in tune with UF, thus breathing new life into a
the Gators are on probation, they won't be journalistic excellence. I guess this schizophrenic in- "UF institution as vital as any other we Gators have.

able to keep the Southeastern Conference title, despite consistency explains why The Alligator is consistently Ed Scales is a third-year law student who served OH
having the best record in the SEC. named among the nation's best college newspapers.The the Campus Communications Inc. Board of Directors
But Browne thinks UF should have a lasting reminderof point is that students probably should care from 19.8639, was last year's student body president and
its SEC standing, so he wants to spend Student Gov- about The Alligator. Conversely, it's the duty of the served on the Florida Board of Regents in 198788.If .

ernment money, taken out of students' pockets, for a tro- LETTERS, TO THE EDITOR
phy commemorating the Gators' record.
you are reading this and have
SG gets its money from the Activity and Service Fee, a Make a new friend not yet made a friend of a differentrace College Park article

$4.75 charge that is added to students' tuition for each every single day or gone to a rally to solve not fair
injustice, do it.Everything. was very
credit hour
they take. That amounts to about $71 a se-
Editor I fortunate
: was enough to
mester for the student who takes 15 hours. have attended the racial awareness I learned was from Editor:This letter is to express Nov.my 19

And Browne wants to take 'some'of that money to retreat that was held in Silver Sp- the other students, faculty and ad- displeasure at reading the College
article by John Berry regarding
spend on a trophy. If the Gators want a trophy, let the rings.I ministrators who attended the con- Park.I .
I do not think there's ference.I am using their words and
Boosters pay for it. They're the ones with money not personon and
I provide the landscaping
students. this campus who would not have thoughts to convey my message.It .
lawn service there and work in the
benefited from such
an experience.I .
Browne has been a pretty good president since his I would like to share some of the is very important that every- area much of the day doing many
election in February, but we don't know where he came things I learned with the rest of the one what on this campus learns from things.I .
up with these ideas. If he wants a symbol of Gator spirit, campus. treat. was accomplished at the re- I speak with students quite often
The main lesson I learned was and most of them are very happy
he should look at the Florida Field crowds during each
that to solve racial tensions, one One student left us with a chal- with improvements and notice
home game. Gator pride shouldn't have to cost students must be educated.To lenge-to make one friend,eitherof them as they are made. I take pridein
and alumni more than their education. become educated, a person the same race or of a differentone my work and am happy to keep
only needs to ASK. By ASK, I mean every day. making the place look better.
be aware, be sensitive and be Most of the students,heel,think
alligator knowledgeable.If We have the rest of our lives to considerable progress has been
Editor these three rules are followed, fulfill this challenge. I pass this made and is continuing to be made
Judy A. Plunkett everyone can benefit, and mutual challenge on to you, the rest of the all the time. .
Managing Editor Opinions Editor respect is shown.It student body. The article certainly showed one
is also important to realize thatif Make of the properties not a
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier an effort. The wall needs poorer
you are not helping to solve racial to be torn down. There are many typical property at all. The tone of f
Letters Policy tensions on this campus, you are magical moments yet to be discov- the article also was very poor:it did
Letters to the. editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by.10 page). They ihould be part of the problem.Not ered. not paint an accurate picture of the
typed double(paced and signed They should Include a typed name, address and telephone' speaking out against whatis improvements in the area.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call
the editorial' page editor at 376-4458. wrong is as bad as being out- Molly Jalenak 'John Edward'Newberry
wardly prejudiced. 4JM

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that this band brings disparate On a recent Thursday nightat solid rhythm section as the
influences together to create the Hardback Cafe. Wile E. glue that melds all of its varied

something like say hard rock Peyote was obviously comfort sounds. He and Ripper regu.
that you can dance to. able with the crowd which larly conduct exhaustive ses.
seemed to know better than to sions exclusive of the band
The cite members their influences are reluctantto but expect anything but originals. In which they hone their pro.
Peyote's admitted aversion to pulsive force.Although .
they do acknowledge that their
inspiration differs quite remarkably top-40 conventions of compo Peyote plays hard
themselves. sition was obvious as the band and loud there is some semI
They like to boast. "None of our consciously tried to establisha blance of both rhythm and
w!3lst record collections match." Fortunately sense of freshness and un melody. On this particular

this doesn't mean that predictability.And night, the band shifted to a

the band is pulled four differ so this appreciative reggae bridge during a hard-
ent ways from the center. In- audience minus the guy who rocking number. Another song
stead they use their various kept chanting "Stairway!" after boasted a country-ballad prel
influences to meld themselves every song. was warmly recep- ude complete with Southern-
together at the band's core tive to anywhere the band felt drawl crooning, before
. .. both In composing where they like going. From the first song becoming (naturally) hard and
JOE MEHM attest to each having equal Input most were dancing and every heavy punk-rock. Just Imagine
Wile E. Peyote will perform Saturday at Jacksonville's River City and in performance. one was grooving. Peyote's those square dancers
Playhouse.BY adept synchronization seemsto throwing their fists in the air
Jacksonville-based bandto Guitarist Riff E. Clectic have more to do with the fact and their bodies against the
this drummer Mike "Cuke" Waters
that the members are listening walls.
other bands. For the unin-
and bassist Mick each
to each other appearing to
and uninitiated
tlmidated have been in different bands Peyote is currently recordingat
be enthused by one another
first thing to keep In these four men have three around the Jacksonville area Mirror Image Recording Stu
than with technical
short words of advice: "Comesee any rea dios. You catch 'em Saturday
mind while experiencing WileE. for the past decade or so. Only can
Peyote either on- or off us! guitarist John Hankla has followed at 8 p.m. at Jacksonville'sRiver
stage. Is to avoid comparing Before you do so, be aware a different route. Waters regards the band's City Playhouse.

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So. Much Yi [' for: Aunt_ % Bea: How about NDolphin j i.

kind of rapport with audiences in U- songs." made the Jefferson Airplane com others.)To make ourselves happy,

BY SHAWN STRANGEThere other cities,: Chris says.. "Jack I Chris: "Some older songs and parison says one of the things (and) make our audience happyat

sonville has been great ... They've' some newer songs.. that bothers him about NDolphin the same time.:

is something very solid been really receptive to us so far.. r e dl dlU dlr Anneliese: Yeah, it's' every is that the songs seemed too re Tom: "And there are many dif

about the house. Its simple white And we'd' like to try ..oo. I don't' .r thing hearsed. He likes bands that area ferent influences coming In too.
frame's square lines and tradi know, to spread out or some- I Finn: "It's' probably going to be little bit less constructed Anne has a lot of Latin influences

tional rectangular windows are thing.. There's' nothing like longer than our first one" bands with more of a raw edge. ... I think (Chris) has a lot of

rigid, yet pleasant. A picture of Gainesville, I mean, it feels like o e ew Anneliese: "A lot longer. Chris: "Yeah, I've' heard that African or tribal layout."

Aunt Bea opening the door comesto every time we play here It's' like Jack: "Eight or 10 or 12 songs before. Chris: "Well, there's' the at

mind. being home, being among friends. something like that. Jack: "I know what he means. tempt.."

But then, a cow's' skull hangsover "We've' been trying to go around.. Anneliese: "That's' exciting. It Even the simplest of songs haveto Tom: "Roan being the diversity..

it. And above that, a rain I don't' know you'd' call It tour- c k t@@ helps settle our music, in a lot of have some weird change in it. Jack, I dunno. What are you, the

bow-colored spiral has been Ing, but we've' been trying to find I ways, having to go and record it Mostly in the early days, that was traditionalist?"

painted around the porch light on new crowds in larger cities like S A Ar and really listen to what we're the Influence of Roan McNab. Jack: "I'm' the pop Influence.
the ceiling of the front stoop. Tampa (and) Jacksonville. I listen Roan could not and cannot play Chris: "He's' the beefcake.
r doing. mean we finally can -
On the door' hangs a flyer for They talk of eventually going up I Ir to it sounding like it should Just a one- or two-chord kind of Tom: "I'd call Finn the back-

this weekend's party.So and down the East and West I sound.." song like a lot of other groove bone and the pillar of stability of

much for Aunt Bea: how be weird the band. I I'm' the
coasts in a fairly organized manner songs. There has to some guess Just
Jack: "We learned a lot from
about NDolphin? But Chris says they have no twist in there.. weird thing that sort of droppedin.
I when did first We
we our tape.
If you haven't' heard them live intention of leaving Gainesville I Roan: "Sometimes I'm'' almost ."
j Ti didn't know what
really we were
or on tape, you've probably at anytime soon. A Ao doing at all. Tom Is producing the not even conscious of the One thing NDolphln hopes to

least heard of them. Finn agrees. "No, when we say next tape, so we feel more at home changes. They Just happen naturally do Is play with a wide variety of

NDolphin is a sextet: two gui- that it's' Just like going on three- j r and relaxed with him at the helm ." bands. The band's' music is reallya

tarists, two vocalists (one also or four-day Jaunts down south or Finn: "I think he (Roan) likes to lot like a house It has a solid
Y yP than we did before. The last time
plays guitar), two percussionistsand to Georgia. o ; throw a weird twist In there, and foundation, but the decorations
was our first time ever recordlng.-
a bassist. Jack: "Yeah, even when we tour j "Plus for Jack's' a more traditional song- are on the quirky side.
: you're paying
Anneliese Diaz, who's' from we still play Gainesville." j time trying to get things In.. and writer who writes great stuff in a Brought together by a twist of

Venezuela, is the gutsy alto who Tom: "It's our home..
realize hour is another
adds soothing mellow tones to the you every
Apparently more more '
35 bucks, and
P a you're working on
band's sound.
people are the to j +
getting message
one little Itsy bitsy piece of one
Jack Mason carries the tenor come see NDolphin. The band has
big part and it's coming down to
line, as well as a guitar on which definitely noticed an increase in
@ d da da the line
he strums out solid chords that ,
the number of people who come +
j Anneliese: will be coming out I
carry songs. to the shows. Some locals may ,
Roan McNab plays his guitar in avoid seeing NDolphin becausethe in January or February,

and out and around whatever band's' shows attract large Tom: "February sounds better.

notes everyone else Is playing. crowds. "January definitely, Jack says

Tom Miller, who Joined in Tom sympathizes with those ig 1 Jokingly with a completely dead-

March, plays that funky NDol-- norant to the experience of a live pan face, which he holds for all

phin bass line as well as being a NDolphin show. "I can relate to of two seconds before flashing a

recording whiz.Drummer that totally, because before I was ROBERT MASON weak grin.

Finn Wetterqvist con- in the band Roa McNab Tom Miller, Finn Wetterqvist and j One discovery is that all of the
playing I had heard NDolphin just wants to sing. The band members are Anneliese Diaz, Chris Barber, i ,
tinually pounds out the beat thatIs the band members are artists of different -
name NDolphin a lot and I Jack Mason (sitting).
sorts in their own right. ,
the backbone of the '
songs. had always wanted to see them, slon-Inclted massive body move-
Percussionist Chris Barber and there's' always too many peo-- places that if someone doesn't' I there for the other bands began ment among the audience mem-- Jack occasionally plays solo

gives rhythmic life to almost any- ple, so I never went to a show want to be in the midst of a r moving to the beat of the music.. bers. acoustic guitar when NDolphin

thing that you can hit, pound, until I heard the tape and found gigantic crowd, they can maybe By the end of the set, even those "How did that come goes at a slower pace. The rest of

shake or rattle.NDolphin out that I could play In the band. catch us at an outdoor benefit or who were patiently waiting for the about? Jack asks. song the band convinced Jack to play

Is a local band very I thought, well ... maybe I'll' go, I at the Baird Center where they I next band to come on were trans "We to think how the only song he plays solo for Li3A:4rA4f
grateful to have a strong and ... so I thrust my way in there. have seats.. We play at so many fixed to the action on the stage. trying Jefferson NDolphin.Jack .
could like
faithful local following.We different places that there's' be we sound says it's' called the "Pack :
Overall, NDolphin seems to ," Chris inter I
would like to develop this "But we play so many different I bound to be an atmosphere for well-received by a wide variety of i I jects Airplane and then smiles.quickly Up Your' Shit" song. I I

someone who doesn't' like a crowd people. Some even have compared "It's over nowYou've/ never I
like Jack: "We Imagined Grace Slick been as to find Mother
that. so lucky
the band Jefferson
early "
The last show the band played Airplane. singing vocals over It. Earth revolve around her only j

was the McConnell Rock Fest Jack denies it. "We've' never !I They discuss the song's' forma-- sonIt's/ over now, Just get used rt r---- ;

1990 on Southwest Archer Road. been compared to Jefferson Air tive moments for a while.. to ItAll/ your poison factories, t
Tom: "Does Anne sing I can't' handle ItSo/ packup
NDolphin shared the bill with plane before," he said. they you

three other bands, so there wasa Tom: "We've' had the Grateful mean,"does she speak when she all your shit, and you find

wide variety of audience mem-- Dead and the Bee Gees.. sings? I another world"I
Ip- bers.. Many people weren't' thereto Finn: "She's' singing something, I Tom has his own side project. "
Finn: "We had the Airplane ? -
A{ 4 I see NDolphin. A crowd was comparison on one of our firstwrlte.ups. we're' not even sure. He's' also in The Screaming He-

huddled around the bonfire while ." Chris: "She likes the words to lens. aM

the bands were setting up. One Tom "That's' I be cryptic. "It's' as the name implies, pretty M:
: compliment
I older couple's' conversation was think." a Finn: :She' told me the words much.: he says. "It's' a lot of

I amusing."Did one time, but I don't' remember. screaming music. .., It's' like a I
Finn: "I take it as a compli
he abstract. cross between King Crimson ...
say 'endorphln'No ? ment." They were pretty --- -- -- ---- CHRIS
meets Devo meets Killing Joke BARBER 3
'NDolphin., I think"Are Annellese's abstract utterances
Tom "The Jefferson
you sure?" I plane : I know only is ''White Rab have been on display on NDol- meets Gang of Four traditional, classical manner. I fate, the flick of a Frisbee and a
song I
"Yeah, either that or I'm' going bit.' phln's' debut cassette, which has "Meets Robert Johnson, Finn think Roan is striving toward new few phone calls, these starving
w'.a e; been on record store shelves for adds. lot
contrast between musicians have put a
deaf.Oh Chris: "I also only know one ground. It's a good young
.. ,r lord. I hope it's' not one of I Airplane song. about 11 months now. Tom says It's not too hard to Jack and Roan"oTom j of love into their work. By adding i,

those punk bands." all.. This self-titled tape features handle both bands. "I was In a funky, weird twist now and ,
Finn: "It's not conscious at NDol-- "As result, I think that's' "I
Helens before : a
five and has now passedthe Screaming then, back some
NDolphln began their songs they've gotten
warm-up. It's Just (that) we happen to but commitment is to part of what gives NDolphin its I
One by one, each Instrument the 1,000-sales, mark, which the phin. my enduring friendships and a beat
sound similar to them. I think sound for better
band members is a record for NDolphin. unique or that won't',
Joined In and picked the say Just stop.
until the up beat (Rock Fest gig) we played the anyone tape from a local band. But when Tom, Jack, Chris, worse. At least If we wrote songs
rhythmic Jam was in full I
other night was neat. We knew the record- Roan, Finn and Anne get together that were strictly traditional,
force. NDolphin Is back in
By now, all of the regular metal
there'd be' some heavy then would sound much
there's a definite chemis-- we very
1 bouncing NDolphin around.fans were dancing and bands, and I thought t It was a neat Ing again.Anneliese "It's to be a try in the air. It's' easy to see how like many other bands. And the The beat returns when NDolphin
: going
Idea to play and hold a totally things take off musically.. goal here is to break new ground, swims Into the Hardback Cafe, "
ROBERT MASON By the second or third combination of all of our mellow
I It song, the different audience. I think, (He looks around at the Sat., Dec. J 1.
of the people who I I
!f My what a crazy bunch we.. are! head-banging crowd that was At that show, thesong h "Ten songs and a lot of our most recent One same




Part of that opportunity comes from the increased
PATRICIA LEE exposure says. "Florida Rocks" gives local bands, McPeek I II

The first time Matt Herrero heard his music on the "The show plays music from all over Florida, but
radio, a mixture of pride, surprise and somethinglike its focus is on Gainesville" he says. "Gainesville has P
fear overtook him. For so long, the guitarist had good variety. There are good rock, southern rock, f I
played at fraternity parties, local clubs and other progressive and other kinds of bands."
small gigs. He had even recorded his music in a "Florida Rocks attempts to show that variety and
studio. But never before had his own guitar called to promote local talent, McPeek says.
out to him over the same airwaves his favorite
But because it airs only once a month it isn't easyto
musicians had. show all there is to the Gainesville music scene,
"Hearing your song on the radio is absolutely he says.
Incredible -almost scary-especially the first time," Recently the program broadcast diverse samples of
says Herrero, guitarist for local band Henrietta's local music when it played Gainesville Can't Dance,
Lovers. Vol. 1 in its entirety. The 10-band, 10-song album
That first time came in August when "Florida a musical fund-raiser for the Paynes Prairie preservation
Rocks a locally produced show broadcast on WRUF- project, features music by Aleka's Attic, the
FM played the music of Henrietta's Lovers. Tone Unknown, NDolphln and others.
,, ,
"Hearing your own music and knowing that othersare The show and the tape are helping the local band -- ROBY PAGE
hearing it too Is a feeling you never get over," he scene, but much of the credit also goes to clubs, Bob McPeek (left) Is the voice behind "Florida Rocks,*
the Hardback Cafe McPeek
says. particularly says. a locally produced radio show that spotlights local
Henrietta's Lovers is one of the many local bands "This is an exciting time for music in Gainesville," talent.
that have been featured on the program. The show, he says. "More clubs are becoming receptive to local
which airs tonight and on the last Thursday of every music, and the Hardback has been especially encour the past decade has received much attention from
month was created in February 1988 when local aging." the music Industry as local talent such as the B-52's
musicians and producers realized what untapped And where Is this success heading? It may put and R.E.M. have become national success stories.
talent there was in Gainesville. Gainesville on the musical map, some say. With all the musical variety in this college town,
"There's a lot to be had here." says Bob McPeek, "The question Is whether or not there is a 'Gaines Gainesville could be next, Herrero says.
founder of Mirror Image Recording Studios and co- ville sound,' Herrero says. "I'm one of those who Even with such encouragement "Florida Rocks" for
producer of "Florida Rocks." McPeek, who has been speculates there is." In time, Gainesville could be- now will continue to be a monthly show because
involved In the local music scene for 14 years, says come the Athens of the '90s he says. Athens. Georgia getting more air time is difficult McPeek says.
the opportunity for success for local bands is at one that is. I
of its highest points.Player's The home of the University of Georgia, Athens in The show airs tonight at 11 p.m. on Rock 104.

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the dining room! Check out our choo Serving daily lunch specials llam- with the tallest bar in town.We have It
choo train & 1952 Juke Box! For'a fun Out On The Town. 2:30pm: &delicious dinner entree's 5-10 fresh and it's always good!! Check us Tim's' Thai RestaurantBrings

time & great food, 24 hrs. < day, come Contact weekdays 5-1030: weekends. ComeIn out.. In the Kash-n-Karry Shopping you the "Best Blend of'the Ori-
to Rockin' Robin's! 1652 NW 13th St., Amanda Escobio 6 give us try! 7038 NW 10th PL Center 4212 NW 16th Blvd. 372-0332. ent." Open Mon-Sat,dosed Sun. Visa,':
+ across. from Gainesville /High. 378- 376-4482 (between Service Merchandise St Mr.. : M-W liaOam-lam.: Th-F 1130ain-2am: MC, AMX, 501 N.W.23rd Ave. 372-
0817. Han's)332-0878.. Sat 4pm-2am,Sun 4pm.11 pm., 5424.



I II Alligator ClassifiedsFOR =


1 FURNISHED SW2bd1.5ba iwnhj, w/d hkup leas Spacious 1 bedrm. Pools, Indry, Big living : Sub-lease, 2br/iba, spring .semester n/s rmmate tor spring in 2 bdrm apt

end May, $360/mo avail Jan, call Anita and dining. Full semester lease. Reduced Jan-May, $350month + security walking behind Norman. Own room wood floors.

Housing Available-1 blk to UF, coed co- or Enn at 373-3028 Iv.message. 12-5-5- rate Call, leave message distance to UF upstairs-poolview. $150' month + 1/2 utilities. 376-5486 Ive
3361789. 1235.4 Call'377-9401 11-30-5-4
op, all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, Nice Mill Run. 2 br, 21/2 ba townhouse. message.

parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. Vaulted ceilings, washer/dryer, dishw. 1 bdr apt avail 12/16/90-7/31/91 sec dep Sublet 1 br furn apt in Colonial Manor W. rmmt needed lor

117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 121462.1 garden window, walk-in, closet. $425 & Dec paid $290/mo. Call Tracie or Kirk 5mm to Tigert. Wa/dry 3rd or 5th floor, 2br/2.5ba/ wa/dry, scrn patio, cell Ins.

OAKBROOK 2/2 furn. and unfurn Roommate month + utilities Call 336-8612. 11-29- 336-8823 or Picadilly 376-2483 men. pool, asap. $290/mo/ 378-7810' 7pm or Ivmsg Avail mid-Dec $262/mo/ + 1/2ut/ 305-973-
Tracie 11.30-3.4 11-30-5-4 4424/335-3127 11-30-6-5
matching avail. Wash/dry. From PETS OKIIiI

$162.50.' Diversified Properties, REAL- Special bedroom apt. w/ yard, Sublease In The Polos. Three bedroom 1 br/ 1 ba unfurn at In The Pines. Big Serious m student lor clean rm In Ig

TOR. 373-9375 or 3789090. 12-14-29- microwave paddle (Ian, gas heat & a/c three bath upstairs, pool tables, volleyball enough lor two. 365/mo. Available end 7bd/2ba 'upstairs I apt b t to UF 1616

Full kitchen cable $249/mo./ 373-5018' 11-30-6-2 tennis, and more. 250/mo Call 338- of Fall term. Call 3771597.' NW 3 Ave l60/mo/ + ac act+ lease, nS
3 room (furnished apt. 7202. 12-4-5-4
phone, pool. Next to Oaks Mall and 175. ALOHA GARDEN APTS Partially furnished 2 bdl 1 ba. $320motill pets 495.9024 '12-4-10-5

Rent by week or month. $450/mo. 331 3 br 2 ba, $545 per mono plus a free New Male needed to sublease a room In 2 bd/ Aug 1. First month rent and no de- Need F roommate lor own bedroom in

1618. 12-14-19-1 Year week vacation on Daytona Beach on 1 ba on 20th Ave ASAP. $165' + 1/2/ posit. Call 371-4790 anytime. 11-29-5-4 Windmeadows. $195/mo./ available Jan-

u.,i 377.0555 13-14-16-2 utilities. Call Mike, at 373-3162 leave uary. Call now 336-4136. 12-5-10-5
OAKBROOK- bd2 ba, new furnished messaoe. .....PARK PLACE*****

washer/dryer, pool, 1/2 mile from cam Super Clean 2bdrlt b. duplex apt., central 3br/2ba/ sublease lor spring. $6lO/mo.' Roommate needednonsmoking female

pus. Call 376-6896. 11-30-5-1 heat/air fenced yard, bike to UF pet One bedroom apartment. Sublease Contact Josh at 335-7138! 11-30-5-4 3 bdrm 2 bath, Regency Oaks Call Marcy
OK $310/mo., Call Sarah 3753378. 11-' $250/mo neg. Sun Bay Apta. Call Tony 336-6888 12-6-10-5
CASABLANCAAvailable nowl! 2 bed- 377-9651. 12-4-5-4
room/ 1/2 bath. Partially furnished Studio, 1 lbdr/2bdr apts available now 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE Female to share 3 bedroom house In

wash/dry. $450. Call 305-427-3933 Spring or Fall semesters. Walk to UF. 2 bdr1 1/2/ bath townhouse, walk to quiet N E. neighborhood wash/dryer/

College Park Properties. 371-7777.' 1'. campus, pool, laundry, volleyball, safe VILLAGE cent. air, fenced yard Pets ok $150 +
Bdrm, private entrance, furn., cntrl A/C. area, Pets allowed. No rent until Jan. 1 Roommates available. Reserve your util! 377.7609 eve. 12-3-5-5
Use kitchen and Ivmg room. Most utilit.furn. 2-bd apts, d/w, porch, $375; 1 with w/d/ Call 3353864. 11-30-3-4 room for spring. Bus serviceto

' Avail. Jan. 1, 91. 1740 NW 3rd PI, $385: central h/a, tans, on bus. SW villas. UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn. Nonsmoker to share upstairs of house 3
$165' mo 372.2284 11271.1 373-0701. 12-14-15-2 Sublease 1 br/ I ba $250/ mo. Off SW 20 $175-$250 per roommatemonth.MZ blocks from UF 1 room ft closet, share

Ave. Thru July 31 Call 336-7307 Iv Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor bath, $175/mo/ and 1/3 utils call Pete at:
Bdrm, private entrance, furn. cntrl a/c. House for rent: 2.5bedroom 2bath, nice msg. 375-0807 3751669.' 12-3-5-5
Use kitchen and Iving room. Most utilit. yard in gyipt t NW area. $390 per month,

furn. Avail Jan 1, 91. 1740 NW 3rd PI., cats ok, 7mm bike, 378-1932 afternoons FMfor own bdr short term lease Park Windmeadows n/s F to share large master F wanted. Own rm in nice spacious 3/2

$165mo.' 3722284. 11291.1 9 eves 11-30-5-2 Place fully furn No security req close to bdr In furnished 2/2. Available imme- house. 2 blocks N ol 0-Dome $158.33mo
campus $194.00 Call 335-5438 Please 373-6490. 12.3-5.5
$165/mo.' Call 3355284.
Own room and bath In 2bd/2bth full furn. One bedroom apartment for rent, quiet leave message. diately spring.

Brandywlne apt. close to UF, pool, NW neighborhood 7mms, only $185 Oxford Manor. female ns to share 2 bdr / Female rmmt needed for spring In a 3 bd/

Jacuzzi, wt. room, available now. $225 month, cats ok. 378-1932 eves, prefer' Rm in 3 br/2/ ba home. 2.5 miles to cam 2 ba apt., partially furnished ADT security 2 ba house Safe NW location 5 min. biketo

phone 338-0209. grad student. 11.30.5-2 pus. 250 mo. + 1/3 util. NW area/very/ system. $250 + 1/2 utilities., Call LeA- campus 191' mo. + 1/3/ utils. Please
secure. House Is new/very nicel' Will go 3774056. 12-14-25-5 call 3772403. 12.4.5-5
1 bedroom apartments, bike to UF. Quiet, fast/372-8705. 11.30-3.4 nneor Joy

FOR RENT: spacious, most utilities included, central SUBLET: Georgetown Apartments Roommate wanted to share 3 br/ 2 ba
West 371 Sublet 2 b/2/ b, Jan. July 1 st, $475 m. No
heat & ac. Villager Apartments Available now, great location. apartment, Sparrow on Tower Rd. Students -
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 7777. Deposit Required. May renew lease, $150/month November treat Call Steve only $175/mo/ + 1/3/ util.! Call
Quiet, pool, tennis, pets allowed. 375-
.t338.13381.ave '12-7-20-5 Drew at 332.8436 12-4-5-5 j
message _
4bd/2ba apartment. W/D, cent ac., 5 blks.
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280 8240. 1245.4
2 BDR $336, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. from campus, well lit parking, pets ok, WALK TO UFII 2 bedroom/1/ bath $175.' 1 M for own rm in 2 brba in SW area.

Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. $730 mo, clean, nice, available Jan 1. 2br/2ba furn 275/mo at Treehouse StartIng COLLEGE PARK 411 NW 15 St. 371- Close to UF $'9500 mo. plus 1/2 util

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190.' 12-14- Call 377-8965. 12.7.I 0.2 1/1 through 4153744622. 1277.4 7777. 11-30-10-5 ities. Call 395-6492 or 641-3519' (Jax).

Leave 12-11-10-5
Oak Glade Apts near UF ft VA, quiet 2 bedroom apt 1 block from campus F for own br/ba in WINDMEADOWS F/N/S for Spring. Own bd/ba $268+1/3/

washer/dryer available In moat units for completely remodeled 600 sq ft. $390 2br/2ba, pool & laundry. Avail Immediately utilities, w/d included. Call Kerri at 336- Rm in 3 br2 ba home. 2.5 miles to

$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath per month. Call Scott 376-2424. 11-30- until May 1991. $225 + 1/2ut Kelly 6393. 11.30.10-5 campus. 250 mo. + 1/3 util.! NW

$250-$375. sec & Imr. 3726422. 12-14- 335.7989 121412.4 area/very secure. House is new/very
PHOENIX up/down apts, hookups, dishwasher I need a home. F n/a seeking same to nicel' Will go laal/37.8705 11-30-3-5
INCREDIBLE carpet $310.' KEY MANAGE. Sublet Ibr or whole 2br/2ba apt in sublet or share apt. for Spring semester.

Efficiency Apt. MENT 3723060. 11-30-5-2 WINDMEADOWS, furn avail, 336-1447 Iv Please call 372-9389 or 305.792.5387 Female n/s/ needed in Jan. for own roomin

Starting at $185 met Carolyn or Lori Security System Inc. eve before 10pm. 11 30-10-5 3 bdr 1.5 ba apt. $178' month + 1/3
Studio Apt-walk to UF, nice, safe neighborhood
Starting at $235 / 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST elect. Very sale & great location. Call
utilities included. Hurry, won't Roommate needed for Spring and/or Female n/s, serious student. Own room 335-1390'

110 NW 39th Ave last long. $275/mo. 371-2322 Lv. Msg. Summer, furnished apt, own bdrm, In nice, older home. 2 blocks from cam
$185/mo/ + 1/3 util. Call 335-9693. 12-5- pus. $180/mo. + util. 378.1292 or 378- Roommateown room 1 block to
378-3988 2 bdr/ 1 1/2 ba Townhouse': Close to 5897. 11-30-9-5 Matherly. Wood floors. $170/mo' + 1/2

375-3861 Shands/VA/UF. Wash/dry hookup.Pets Sublet ibdr (urn. house, util included. 3 utilities Starts January 3778217.' 12-3-

NEAR NATIONWIOE/SHANDS/VA 2BR, arranged. Quiet location. $360 minute walk to UF. Call 3739757. 12-5- N/S roommate lor own bdr in Gator Town.
F NS share 2 bdr/ 2 1/2 ba townhousenear
$379. Call 3361905. 12-14-13-2 170/mo/ 1/2/ to
walk-in closet/skyllght.quiet area. $350 Furnished 2/2./ Nov paid. +
Regency Oaks-bd/ I ba $345/mo available Shands. Serious student. Avail Jan
ulil.! Call 375.5824 lor Rich. 11-29-5-5
KEY MANAGEMENT 3723080. 11.30.5- MILL RUN- nice 2 bdr/ 1.5 ba condo w/ Jan. Call John at 373-4694. 12-3- 1. $125 mo + 1/2 util.! 371-3076/338-

"Check Our New Specials pool laund., dshwshr, turn avail. Asking Oxford Manor-f/ns for spring furnished 1937 Robin. 12-14-13-5' .
Sublet 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse. Pool,
All Amenities AvailableFURNISHED $400/mo neg Call Deana 378-4511' ADT security, own bedroom & bath to be
3925910.' 11-30-3-2 volleyball, laundromat, pets allowed. M/F/ smoker ok to share 3 bd2 ba houseon
furnished 2 bedroom! Call 373-7504
UNFURNISHED Close to Shands, in Mt. Vernon $495mo.Call Tower Rd. W/D, fireplace nice yard,
Roommates Available ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2bdr/2ba w/ study, 3777344. 12-14-10-4' Lisa. 11-29-4-5 wooded lot. $200 mo + 1/3 utilities.

We're NO.1REGENCY end unit, blinds. $550/mo. Call 3352703. Duckpond m/f needed to live with Rob n Need 2 rmmta. 332.5825 ask for Run or
OAKS PARK PLACE big 2bdr/2ba avail Jan 1.
lye 12-11-10-5
Darryl i65/mo +1/3 util! + $160' dep. msq.
378-5766 1 bedroom/lba, kitchenette, use of pool, Close to UF, $490mon + security dep.
wood floors. Rent 91. -
now or Cynthia
3230 SW Archer Road tennis court, weight room, next lo laun. Call anytime 3353556. 12-4-10-4' 3732555. 11-30-5-5 spring Fm. need roommates for POLOS beaj.

COUNTRY GARDENS dry, big enough for 2. Great location. January 1991. Prefer upper class/grad
373-4500 "35/mo.377-4759. 12-12-10-2' Sublease apt. 1 block from UF $170/mo. Roommate wanted to share 3bdr./2ba. student. Own bdr/ ba. Call or Iv message -
Available mid-Dec. Call Scott at 376-
335-5990. 12-3-4-5
house 6 mi. east of UF. Washer/Dryer
2001 SW lath StreetSPACIOUS
2424 or Greg .372-8123..'POLOS
MOBILE HOMES: and many extras. $175/mo./ and 1/3 util. ROCKWOODroommates needed for 3

F n/., own bedroom/bath 3766827. ,2-7-10.5
bd3 ba avail Jan. 1 washer/dryer, sec.
ONE ONLY BEDROOM$273MO.LYONS APT. 3 FOR RENTSALEQUIETI washer/dryer, furnished or unfurnished F n/s roommate wanted lor own bdr/ba/ In system, in front of pool. $235/mo/ + 1/3
1/3/ util.! Lots ol.xtrll. Call 336-
util. No no smokers please. Call
APT brand new mobile home. Washer/dryer, pets
QUIETI Arredondo Farmsrent- 7866 Iv. message. 11-30-7-4 3364725. 12-7-8-5
pets negotiable. Muatllk. dogs. $175/mo
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797
als from $260 Incl. water, sewer, garbage
1/2 util. Call 3758489. 11-30-5-
2 miles from 1 old huge 2 bdr2 / + Kathy
lawn main. Also some great campus yr F N/S Roommate needed for spring +
1 bedroom unfurnished pick-up
apartment, or 1/2 ba condo In Casablanca W. 2-
rent WILLIAMS. buys. Quietl Will take long term travel Private Room, 1 Blk to UF, Lock Mail box, summer for own room In 2 bd2 ba at
BURG VILLAGE negotiable.376-1253. trailers. 378-9291 Open weekends too. story, privacy. Only $500/mo. Avail Dec cox cable, utilities Incl. Share Rocky Pt. aptsoverlooks
20. 3350442.
pond/pool/vcr/Call 336-4304 $209.50.
kitchen/bath. 150mo. 376-3291 or 491-
Duplex 1 BR LR Kit bath AC/heat 3 Br1 ba 12 x 64 mobile home w/ Ig. 11-30-5-5
apt.. Available Spring In Gainesville Garden 2083 beeper. OXFORD MANORFemale N/S for
addition calling fans; washer/dryer, A/C, '
3 blocks from UF, 1 blk oil Univ. Ave. UF
: Townhouseswalking distance to ,
$225.QO mo. plus security. Also 2 BR A- must move from lot $3000. Call Rich Orlando n/s F needed Jan1 to share new spring. Own room In 2 bd/ 2 ba, partially
across from Tigert. Own room for f in 5
Frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338- 334-6542. 12-3-5-3 3/2 house w/2 recent UF grads. $240/mo. furnished w/ security system, wash/dry,
bdr/2 ba apt. $175/mo + ulil. 3780657.
1839. 11-30-10-2 Call Piper 407-293-8318 "leave message. available now) $250/mo + 1/2 util. Call
334.7779 1245.5
SUBLEASE: Sublease spacious 1 bd// 1 ba apt. near
MORE FOR YOUR $ BRANDYWINE. n/s/ needed to share a
Law School. Bike to UF. Safe area.Camelot Trinidadian stdnt seeks rmmt Im Jan 91
SPACIOUS :34 bdrm townhomes room; 2bdrm/lba; fully/nicely turn;
4 HOUSEAPT.FNS Apt*. Avail. Immediately Reg to Jul 31 at Gatortown Apts. Call Dirk or
Close to SFCC a UP l60/mon. + 1/3 util; Come seal 373-
$389/mo, rent now $360/mo obo. Richard 366-6796 after 9 pmt/ mr details*
Woodgat Manor Apartments free. Call 336-6262 after 8 11-29-5- 0024. 1247.5
needed for own room A bath' In a pm.
332.4544 wanted N/S share 4 bed F rmmt needed for own rm in 3br/2ba apt
For Roommate to
SOI SW 75th Street 3bd/3ba apt. In Spyglass. Spring. SUBLEASE immediately 2bed/lba apt in In Park Place. $200/mo + 1/3 util. Call
1/3 util.! Washer/dryer. Call room 3 bath house with pools game
$228/mo + W close to UF, Shands, and shop
$ area, 335-9263 leave 12-5-5-5
or a message
2 BR CONDO In SW close to UF and 3356525. 11-30-4-4 center. Centr heat/air, 2 swimming room, fire place, & hot tub, wash/dry

shopping. Poolfenced'patiocent.alrdlshwasher. ping No dep/320 a month. Call 334- 275.00. Includes all 3733247. 12-3-5-5 M Needs 2 roommates for sp. 3bd. ibath
OAKS fins to share 3br/2ba pools. .
$425 KEY REGENCY house, l/2m. to UF, cable, cent ac&heal,
MANAGEMENT 372-3080. 11.30-5-2 $120 share/$165own + 1/4utility December 5728. 11305.4 M Dec 15, small furn apt in large home $158 + 1/3 ut 3716739. 12-3-3-5

90 free ASAP call Christy 336-8152. Apt directly across from campus. Completely close to UF w/priv. entrance,bath,cable,
2 bedroom/2 1/2 bath, screened porch, $168 month. quiet, clean, patio, No pets, in nonpartyatmo.
furnished only
washer/dryer In Casablanca East for Sublet 1 br, (furnished or unfurnished In Available per Dee Mature only. $225/ mo + util Classifieds. (,

Spring. $500/mo.. Call 336-4641 leave The Laurels w/d, dw, ALARM I more. Free 18. 371-2410., convenient 11-30-5-4 parking. 3782016. Continued on next page.BUY .
Av.lI.bl.I-81. Call 3384151. 11.3010l.s.4 -
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RM (prefer NSF) In 3/2Lg. Covered BARELY Y USEDII 1000 1 1984 Excellent condition, HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons .

Bridge apt. 2 ml from campui Great Dual Cassette Stereo $50; Radar Detector SALE new clutch tires starter 84K miles, a/c, boarding woodser facilities *

place to livel Only $180 + 1/3 util!. Ask $50; Casio Keyboard $20; Call 377- Bass Guitar Sales from am/fm, asking only $1600 obo. Call 334 hay rides A parties sales working
(for Jennl 372.2907. 3208 ft leave message $49 5290. 12359 students accepted. 466.3224, 3758080.
Ibanez Bass $199

Quiet, F n/s/ for spring to share 2 bd/1 1 ba FORMAL dresses.short & long, sizes Fender Strat $399 1979 Buick Century, PS/PB. Runs great, AAA STORAGE

near law school 207.50mo + 1/2 util 357. 338.1932 Iv. msg. $850 Call 3728240. 1 11. Close to UF. Convenient
original owner,
Guild 12 $299
No pets, guys, drinkers. pariyers. late.nl. String 4x4x4 $15/mo

ters. or rap mus cl! Call Julie at 374 For sale mans Ra chle ski boots size 8 Ibanez Acoustic $99 Buick '77 Lesabre wnew transm ssion. 4x8x8 $30/mo

4792 12485 Intermediate level excellent condition. Gold Standard 377-2646 Good reliable transportation Moving out 533 SW 2nd Ave. 3771771
Call 336.9362 leave If not In
message Of town- Must Sell $599 3366211
Greenwich Green n/s/ female: own bedroom *FREE*

and bath, wash/dry, security tys Car stereo equip Sony removable CD CANNONDALE 12sp racer 3 15' Inch BBS rims 3 peace gold good Pregnancy Test

tem. $270/mo+l/2util Call Samantha player, Alpine 4ch amp, 2 x 10 punch Black,white and beautiful. condition $150 each set of 3 for $400 Gainesville Women

335.I 945 subs (sealed box), 2 x BA tweeters: call $350 Call Phil 377 5731 371.3599 after 4. 12459 HEALTH CENTER

Frank 373.9145. 11.30.36 Leave message
N/S/ rmmt needed In 3/2 <0> Foxmoor Condos 720 NW 23rd Avenue
1985 1/2 MAZDA GLC Deluxe 4 door,
spr sem, pool, own rm, W/D, turn, For Sale: child table and chair $75, stereo system!) Adcom will 377.5055ABORTION
cable .too Incl. $270/mo Dec free like new, one owner, speed $2895, (To 24 Wks)
ph GFA5S5 Beta Denon CD
sm kitchen table and chairs $75, video amp preamp sell by Sat. to best offer 377.1426 leave BIRTH CONTROL
camera $300, gas grill $35 Call 371. player, Fried speakers, tapedeck message, agt Gynecology Services
$895/Obo call 3367750. 123026
Spring to share a 2bdr/l .Sba, furnished 3274. 113036

townhouse with w/d, cable for '84 VW Rabbit GTI!, wht ext/ blue Int, tint, $COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships .
MUST SELLI Office furniture Waterbed kg. $50; Fox srf.bd trim, 510"
$22S/mo + 1/2utl!. Call Larry 332.6357. sec. am/fm cassete Sunroof, a/c Good con College Scholarship Locators pob
station desk drawer file cabinet, sec $75; Sampson gtr remote $150; Skate .
dition Papers. Must sell $2500 obo 335 1881 Joplin MO 64802-1881. 600 679
M/F prefer' Law or Grad student 4 NW 25 chair, alarm, odds & ends supplies Call board ramp 1/2 pipe freell 371 6739. 12 1845. 12459 7485. 12147511

St No deposit t necessary $210/mo/ obo.Cent 373.2128 eve 12346
Banana Republic brown leather bomber.
a/c; fireplace Needed asap 377 1984 JEEP RENEGADE CJ7. In mint
6334 12302.5 Size 38. Brand new $100. Call 335.1238. BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
( YPUTER'JISKOUNTERS condition Fully loaded Asking

N/S F needed asap to share 2br/2 1/2ba/ Pioneer home eq. 7 band, and Deltasonik 56900 00. Call now at 3353666. 124

car eq. 7 band w/sub/ over $50 each, call
twnhse Own master bd/bal! furnished
Fully 5 a/c/ 1233 NW 10th Ave.
Eric 3354973. 87 Dodge Charger, 4cyl., speed,
w/wash/dry. Only $225+1/2utill am/fm/ tape, new brakes and tires, t lint, 3721664
Shop around and then call We'll beat
tits I Call 3355330. 1254.5 us MC/VISA/lnsurance
clean excellent condo $4000. 336
2 one air tickets departing very
any competitive prices. 373.0762. 124 way Free Test
Oxford Manor: CHEAP 3bed/3bath sublet Orlando 12.16.90 $300 for both Call 1- 4531 12559 Pregnancy

: available Jam new plush grey carpet BICYCLES for $50 and less guaranteedby 439.1327. 12556 Member
& tie. washer dryer option, call 338.0715 bike mechanic, all are 10 speed 336 81 TOYOTA TERCEL 2.door, a/c, needs National Abortion Federation

leave message. 1972 and 3787228. 12666 Heavily padded vinyl leather couch & some work but runs great Asking $700
loveseat. Oak frame, neutral color. obo Call 378.1034 ask for Steve or Iv ** LET'S PARTY **

room in 4bd/2ba home 1 1/2mllrom MOVING! Must sell living room furniture Couch $160 Loveaeat $130. Both $240. message 12559 Gator Boogie 371.4919 Professional DJ

campus. Private entrance, central CHEAPI Call 377.0237 Leave Message 373.8310. 1 service all musical formats 12.14.42.

heat/a 150/mo+1/4uthtes F pref 375 88 black NISSAN SENTRA 2-dr., 4

1477 Apple lie computer wdual disk drive, Furniture: wh couch dining tbl w/2 speed 30K, very clean, good tires, "MARIJAN OF HOLLAND"

color monitor, 80.column card mouse & chairs, coffee & end tbls $4750. Call 375.8416. 12779Dat Custom made clothes alterations, no
matching king
POLOS F n/s needed Immediately, own joystick, software manuals & Im 1%. mattress All Call Steve 374 pattern needed 20 yrs exp Fast service

bdr/bath/ washer/dryer, security system. agewriter II printer. $1250 obo 338.1938. 9534. 123026 neg. 610, Needs right front panel. Runs call 3328315. 12142311
Lots of extras $255 + 1/3/ util.! 3355646 ok. $400 obo 375.1477 Ive message. 12

30 gal Aquarium 100% complete $130 DAVE'S DETAILING When you think of

WINDMEADOWS APT. Fem Roommate 30 cal. semi.automatic 1.1.1 rifle $150 7 REAL ESTATEHome 75 Olds Om.ga.4dr, straight 6 cyl w air, a dirty car, think of Dave Complete pro.

needed for Spring 2bdr 2bth $280 + 1/2 3776191 12556 new paint, tires, tint, see to appreciate, fesslonal auto detailing $40. 3361314

ulil 336.7815. 12555 for sale? Land for sale? Buyers 'CLEAN. $1500371.7481

MUST SEEI 2bdrm 1 1/2ba Condo.furnished 15 speed Touring Paramount with tools Market? Don't t let an opportunity to sell CIBACHROME PROCESSING

except bdrm w/d inc. $215/mo Eve 466.3646 Day 392.1924 Mr. Kern your property pass you byl) Alligator Classifieds 82 Honda Civic: 4dr, new motor, brakes, Vibrant color & detail
+ offers you the cheapest way to tires and a/c. Tint. $2300 obo. 371.7..81. Prints from Slides

clean 1/2util 336 F/ns.5659 needed 1/91 SW area. Very MICRO/CENTER/ Computers 376.1146 keep your real estate In the public eye Dec. Special 8 x 10.... $9.75

Editors choice Hewlett Packard Where else can you keep your property In 1988 Ford Bronco II XLT Excellent con Luna Tech Lab & Photo

M/F ns needed to share 2bd/1/ 1/2 ba apt Northgate M/C A Prices lower than the market for as little as four dollars a dition 34,000 miles. A/C & all options, 3722770 123511

in Mil Run Only $218/mo/ + 1/2util Move mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, day? To make It even easier you can asking $10.500. Call 3738265.. 11.30.5.

(Immed. rent paid until I Jan. 3355457. 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk graphics monitor. place your ad over the phone; all you Scholarship $$$$ for college
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX $1086, need is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call 1987 Honda CRX SI, red, 1 1st owner, pam Scholarship Information services

...LAKEWOOD VILLAS*** Northgate 38820$2499.. Leading. Edge 373.FIND today to place your ad. pered, sun roof, and more $7500 obo. Call 1.800.475.2288 ext 1862

Need m/l for own br/ba/ in 3 br/3 ba S232/ 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd & battery. Call 373.9975. 12359 Ive name, address and Zip code.TYPING .

mo + 1/3/ Uti I. Security System CALL $1995 1 & 2 year warranties Onsite war ROCKWOOD VILLAS 3 bdr3 ba townhouse .

NOW 3359599. 12455 ramies Panasonic 1180 printer $185 for sale $545 and assume mortgage 10 WANTEDLocal

HP Laser Jet lip $987 3743 W. Umver Completely furnished
Great room needs same 4 ipr QUietF
n/s to share 2bd/1bath apt.walk 2 UF lity Ave. 3057815171, 12787 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class 12 SERVICES

friendly, private area $150/mo+1/2ulill Rings ETC Top $ or trade. Ozzie Fine
SHADZ; SUNGLASSESRayBan$35Vuarnet$45Bolle$40etc Beautiful 3 bdr/2 ba house
large Family .
372.6141. Jewelry 3739243. 12 14 76 10
room garage, fireplace, large fenced Typing A reports business legal A

Call 335.6450 11. Walk 4 blocks to UF & Shands. resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications .
/ needed for own room & bath in a to save your money yard. WANTED Ford Mustang 2.door 4.cyhn.
3bd/3ba apt. in SPYGLASS. Rent nego Assumable + $8.000 down 338.0258. 12- der 1983 thru 86 for half hour engineering letters notary Aetc, Available
set Ping golf .
liable Call Kathy at 3364975. 12555 Inspection. Will pay. Call 375.8710 24 hours/7 days/3722777, 12.14.7612
bag and brand new grips never usedll GOVERNMENT REPOS 6 condos

Only $240 Call Dave 3349012. 11.30. $22500 to $46900 In SW and NW, $500 mention case no 90079. 1129510

6 FOR SALE down with payments beginning at $194 MICRO CENTERTyping 3760339. Full
Car stereo for sale: Kenwood cass tuner NEED2FSUTIXS _
FLA USA & Investment
Realty Inc. 378 & self service computing. Open until
CD changer & Alpine and a Call Mike at 377 3076. 1129310
eq. amps
TYPESETTER Varityper 5410. 2 Disk 3783. 11 30 5 7 10pm Su.Th. Typing starts & 1.50/pg A
Call 336 1600 ft leave
car phone. message
drives, 2 Mm cassettes, 2 film cannisters Resumes $6 A Self service resumes A
11 30 58 *NEED12FSUTIX*
Factory reconditioned, unused in past 2 8 MOTORCYCLESHONDA $2.50/hr A ,15/page. Laser typeset

yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs Call collect 407.299.0025 graphics A spell check theses papers .
AM FM Stereo Speakers $30.00. Child Ask for Frank
Good machine for small shop System A characters
type Organ $5.00. Broiler $5.00. Child Sesame NIGHTHAWK special A employmentdatabases
Includes 3 rolls 6 in. RC film & 6 font Word.
Street Chair $5.00. Call 373.0422 550 Low miles, New tires, 2 helmets EX. FSU TIX need 5. Will pay cash. Call mailmerge training.
disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at Visa/MC 12. 52 12
Perlectapeclalilt. 14
Evening. 11.30.56BICYCLE 'TRAS. Call Eric 334 8783 $900. 11 30 336 4859. Leave message 11 29-2 10
373 9926 for more Info

1986 Honda Rebel. $850. Good condl Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable .
Trek 2000 Dura ace Desperately seeking 4 FL/FSU/ tix
Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more service Reasonable rates
lion Call 4622960. 11 30 5 8AUTOS
equipped, to sell 659 2541 1. 12- .
priced Will .
pay top $$$ Please call 336 0640.
brands are all at our New Location! Car Laser printer. 377.8175 fit 900pm: 12
Keep trying I 11.303-10
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372
((2)) Rockford Punch 45 amps. $150 eachor 9
2070. 1214766 ...RESUMES*)*
both for $290 and Alphasomk PMA
***NEED 2 or 3 FSU TlX* ** Complete & services .

Crlmeetopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar 2070 $89. 12356COMPUTERAT '84 Chevy Cavalier, automatic, 4-door, Call 371.6595 Lv Msg TOP$ Resume writing House development 3718148. 1214TypingWordprocesslng .

Detector, Infinity Saneul Sony a/c '84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon,

Orion Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo software&CGA T PC IBM compatible math,. am/fm a/c auto 6 cylinder. 3355303. Need two FSU fix 332.6085 leave / WordPerfect
We Beat All Prices 373-3754. 12.14.76. super graphics
hard drive. $795 call 338t939 message. 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates,
coprocessor '87 Mazda 626, 2door, LX, Sspeed, air,
dependable, personal service Tara 332
ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering:
am/fm tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks/ 46k Wanted to buy Japanese motorcycles 1469. 12.1478.12TypingLaser
Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba,
mlg Excellent condition, must sell, 335
2 Dorm refrlg stereo equip 2 typewrit, 1990 Hondas, Suzukis, Kawasakis
Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 5303. 12-6.20.9
125 NW 23 Ave 371.4378. 1214766 ers, class recorder 2 fans, and Honda Yamahas, call 3354548. 125510 Typesetting -
650 lor sale. Call Rich 334 resumes reports letters etc.
6542.Nighthawk 12.35.8ORLANDO.SEATTlE '85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback, Need FSU tickets, Call 332.9652 376-S465A 3500 W Univ. Ave

DISCOUNT HI-FI 5 speed, a/c, am/fm/ tp, sunroof, power after Alachua Word Processing

S. Main The Red door/locks, Excellent condo 335-5303. 3pm.
722 Bldg. 2 tickets one way.
Dee 15. $125 each. Call 371.6055 after Term Papers A Typeset Resumes
WE ARE CHEAPERCAR 1981 Niassan Maxima silver
, diesel, pwr 11 SERVICESNW Business Legal Personal Etc.
6 p.m. sunroof & windows, automatic t i, 100000 G'ville Handicapped Typing

any car ALARMS truck or installed van fully guaranteed remote control will Bike 1990 Diamond Back Apex. miles In good condition. $2000 3354937. Mini storage at I.75 8 NW 39th Ave YOU WRITE IT. WE TYPE IT 378.7179

Brand Deore $425. Call near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
demo. Call 336 9193 student Iv. message comp Mitsubishi Mirage 1990. 16k miles, air Typing & Typesetting Theses
$20, 10% disc to students, 332.8917,
3781510. MUST SELLI 12346
1214376 conditioning, power steering, am/fm Diss & Manuscripts ONLY

cass, 334-5737. 12.3'10-9 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED Experienced see Grad Sch list
FUTON AND FRAME SALE 4-sale dinette table, coffee table, tv cart, DISEASE?

Extra thick cotton/loam futons. & sofa dresser, night table, full.size bed, desk; 1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS pwr door Get confidential testing and treatment. at K.B. Williams 3321402 1214-

...J)ed frames From $200 wicker chairs, mirrors Call Lilian 335 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0681 ,
only per set locks, seats windows, a/c.-auto wht TYPING NEAR BUTLER. PLAZA, FAST,.
Call Al 373 3127 or Matt 3772110. 1 11- 2948. 12456 exi/blue Int. Exc condo must sell best ACCURATE CALL
offer 334.5053. 1210159 ** GATOR MOVING **
SAFARI AUDIO...for all of your car stereo ONell wetsuit (L) like new $100. Elec Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1. '

needs Come see the experts at guitar paid $300 will sac $125. Also ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis FAST Accurate Beautiful Typeset Papern .
Safari Audio. 4110 SW 34th St 336-
13, acoustic $35, Roman chair situp mach .
LOW RATES low payments fast drive- Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374 4791. 12 14.76. Dissertations; resumes,
1128. 125156GRADUATION .
Call 332 6323. 30 2
12 -6
thru service. ae habla E.panoI377.2277, charts/graphics, laser copy/disk Inc. The

SALE: $120.motion.free 377CARS. WE CARE. 12-14.17.9 *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional Editor 371.3517. 11 306.
Apple IIGS 20m.H.D.,color RGB mon:, 2
queenslze waterbed. Art deco bookcase 3.5&2 5.25 drives, color imagewriter Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
Nissan 300 ZX 1986 RESUME
and bar w/high chairs white mica book S-speed, PROFESSIONALS.
t 1- Item -House full.
" printer, under warranty, $2,500 HP97 am/fm/tape air T. excellent condition Local/Lng dial Laser
Call 335 top,
case&desk Price negotiable quality resume services On cam
Llc/lns: Priced for Students!
$200. 336 9609. 12-5 5 .6, Marty 375
or best offer Call 332 8473. 12-6 .
4761 12666 pus pickupdelivery 375 8596: 1214I -
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QUICKSILVERWord processor, part-time, must know SHOE SALEOver LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease
Processing 24 hrs/7day Fast, accurate WP 4.2, 60+ cwpm, available Immedl- Get sp.claillud.nt discounts on exams treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum,
spell check, edit. Guaranteed. ately. 376.5485 or 466-0315. 12-3-10- 100 models still on sale featuring and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 3781288.
Nike, Reebok, Avis A more. Great values HOOD. 3770881. 12-14-76-15
Call 3355848. Ivmsg. 11-30-5-12 11-30-14-16
Do you need money for Christmas? Wanta and selection for the holiday season

Typing & Wordprocesslng-Legal, theses |job you can work on your own time? Call Lloyd Clarke's 1504 NW 13 St. 11-30-5- Free labor with string purchase at EZ THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave,

term papers, etc. Professional quality 4724107. 12-4-10-13 Tennis: 30% off tee shirts: 25% off 3728724. Old esoteric books, astrology
A reliable service. Call Nancy, JANE VII shorts, shirts, sklrts-365 days a yearll!! 34 readings crystals, minerals & more. IV
3722750. 12-14-13-12 Informal Sales-students needed to sell is now atVANITIES St Plaza. 113012.15 30-10-16

handcrafted Peruvian jewelry & other
WORD PROCESSING neat stuff-Call BJ for details 454-3501. 15 W. Univ. 376-2012. Permanent Hair Removal ...Cut your own tree & experience the

24 hr service Word Perfect 5.0. Reasonable 12-4-5-15 Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for magic of Xmas at Prultts Xmas tree farm.

rates, call 378.0355, asK for Rick. HOUSE and Pet Sitter Info about the PERMANENT removal of Open nights! Hayrides Santa Claus,
Dec 18 to Dec 28 SPIKES CHRISTMAS SALEAll unwanted facial & body hair 3744307. munchies, bonfire! Apt size trees as low
$1 per pagel Spelling checked, next day Must Not Have Another Job cd's $8 used $8, tapes $5. Wed-Frl 12-14-76-15 as $13.95. See Gville Sun .20 for direct
service for most orders. Call Linda at Call Between 2 and 5 pm 377-7089 12.8, Sat 11 l-S only, Call 37-SPIKE, 4401 lion. 12-7-10-16
336-5871 12-13-11-12 NW 25 Place. 11-30-2-15 STUDENTS GET CASH$

Seeking someone to do occ..lonallron. For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy's Attractive WM- straight but very curious,
13 HELP WANTEDAVON Ing. Will pay $1- $1.25 a piece. Call Natural Foods and Vitamins, 372.1228.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central seeks same for very private friendship.
375.4618 for more Information. 11-30-3- Birkenstock Sandals. City 12-14-76-15 Sincere, confidential and nonpromiscuous.
Sunflower Health Foods Write to POB 5183 Gnv 32602.
3758967Sell INTELLIGENCE JOBS. All branches. 87 SW 34th St. 3727482B Send ph' photo If possible. 11-29-2-16
Avon Full or Part-time. We Train US Customs, DEA etc. Now hiring. Call .. O'Connell Center H

B.n.fltllnluranc.. 12-14-78-13 ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. K-9486. 12-14-13- 4 U buy shoes, rackets, sportswear, Female bodybuilder seeking serious M/F/

strings, or accessories, check out =t Upcoming Events =JH? for evening workout partner, Positive I attitude
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate A national full service brokerage firm Is G'ville's tennis authority-EZ Tennis 34 St : and reliability I a must Reply :to: RJ+
In new drug study for the treat looking for hard-working motivated people Plaza. 11-30-12-15 Louise Mandrel! Christmas Show 2 Box 248-J Hawthorne, Fl. 32640. 12-
ment of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call to work In their Palm Beach Gardens with special guest Irene Mandrell 3-5-16
3315379. 12-12-63-13 office. Call Mr. Defter 18008219494. PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get immediate December 5 at 8.00 pm

test results from a reliable source Jimmy Buffet! and the Coral Reefer GWM-27, Honest, Sincere, Sir Act
... NANNIES NEEDED Top Pay Top BUSINESS PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. Band January 24 at 8:00pm: Seeks Same. PO Box 704 G'ville 32602.
Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs 12-14-76-15 Call 392-1653 11-303-16

Only Inc 1-800.4S8-8699.. 12-14-54-13 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS FOR TICKET INFORMATION
EZ Tennis offers 25% off sportswear 12-5-13-15 Lilt chance to SKI BHECKEN1IDGE
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par 40% off warmups & 50% off aerobic wear with GORP. $650 stud/$725/ non. Call
ticipate In new drug study for the treat- terminals & pc's, buy, sell, DAILY plus a whole lot morel Check us 392-1655 or visit rm 330 JWRU. DEAD
Professional seeks fashion
ment of athlete's' foot. Call 331-5379. trade, rent & repair. Great prices. QUAL- outll!) 11-30-12-15 photographer LINE TO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOV
models. Top rates paid send details to
ITY, CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12-
P.O. Box 13885, Gnvlle, FL. 32604. 12- 30lh 11-30-3-16
INTELLIGENCE JOBS. 40% off all warmup suilts, men & women.
A Plus Notes-We will 7.14-15
be having study
Check early for best selection! Quality Matt the 7AR from Mass. I'm sorry I didn't
CIA US Customs DEA guides available on Nov. 29th for CHM products, prices, service-EZ Tennis 34 St
the St. T-Day
2045 and ADV 3000(2nd( ). and on Nov. SEC CHAMPIONSHIP get to say bye at Augustine
etc. 30th OMB 3205, GLY 1 1000(3rd( ), and AST PI. Kentucky final score posters. "The official dinner. M Mane M. 11-29-1-16

1002(4,4-5)( ) will be available. Any questions ones" at the games. ColI.cllhe
Now Hiring. Call ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. Ski Wear Sale! Bibs $29.99, jackets
call 371-6954. 11-30-2-14 entire set. 475-3410,800-226-3410 11- 17 NOTICESMeeting
K-9486 $79.99, Polypro long underwear $8.99. 29.5.15
While supplies last. Brasmgton's Trail
Paying $10 t to qualified 18 + aged volunteers 15 PERSONALSDoing Shop. 2331 NW 13 St. scheduled? Luncheon planned?
to participate In a 1 hour appt. in a Stratocasler w/ Squire 15 Let everyone know what's happening by

saliva research study. Must be taking things halfway isn't part of our Y wait for a sale when EZ Tennis has AMP, headphone Jack, and Distortion placing a classified adl

drugs for asthma, high blood pressure, or style. When It comes to quality, the word great shoes for $30 DAILY? U can pay Reg $348 w/ student I D. only $259.
depression. Call 392-6796. 11-30-4-13 "compromise" Isn't part of our vocabu more, but why? EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza. Lipham Music Co. 372-5351. Spend Winter, Break In Israel With Tagar 2 weeks for only $995. For more information
lary. That's the way we work at EZ Ten-
Florida Bookstore needs help during book nisi 34 St Plaza 372-2257 11301215VuarnetCarreraRayBanGator. SWEAT SALE call 1.800.552.3827.
buy back. If you can touch type and have ANNIVERSARY SALEI Thanks to you Russell sweats-5 sale
hours avail. during finals week apply Great G'ville, we're 3 yrs. old-but we're not just Howl! Huge selection year, over warranty-on 25 colors to Old, rare, and out-of-print books. Civil
older we're better! Come & War and current will be in
getting see newspapers
1614 W. University Ave. $5/hour. 11-29-
pnces-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical choose from. Pants A crew sweat shirts
for yourself. EZ Tennis 11-30-12-15 Gainesville Mall, Gainesville, FL on NoiA.
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 $13.88. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13
28- Dec. 2,1990. 11-303-17
NOTICE block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15 St 11-30-5-15
NEEDEDIn Dear customers: thanks for your supportof University Opticians Need gr.al.ho.. & U want to save? WhoU 18 RIDES
EZ Tennis Our steadfast promise ,is to 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 gonna call? EZ Tennis! Sale or no sale,
the Gainesville area. Great hourly pay 12-14-76-15 don't match beat them I
we prices, we
continue to provide quality products at
+ incentive bonus. Call collect anytime If your Rickshaw, is getting a little creaky
13728320. 11-30-3-13 1 great prices with fast friendly service FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC 113012.15 find a ride here In the Rides .section!
Here's to you. Gainesville. 11-30-12-15
Serving UF since 1977 **GET GRIP***
$45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp. $30 one way
Most Insurance accepted Call ACTS 378.7105
2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. The 6 yrs. of weekly Fri/Sun./ bus trips. Pets

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AK' M,, WI LMMdtoSMtlngOAKS Sports Club Skydive with The Williston Skydivers 19 PETS

Thursday Golden Chow mix puppyFREE.. 15 wks
6 EAST 331-8118 i E OAKS MALI KATZ Is We
50C Pitchers a bowling center. old wall shots. Adorable. Loves peo-
have It alll Pool, video games and beer. ple. Many accessories. Must sacrifice

Now Showing 8-1 am Open until 1am Mon.-Thurt. 12-13-43- Words cannot describe. Call 336-8612.

{ Roar' 1605 SW 13th St. 378-1599
FOR SALE 5 ft boa very well trained,
KEVIN loves people. with 4 ft x 3 ft well built
PLAZA TRIPLE $180 obo. call 375-6966.
COSTNER I E!!]} GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs plexiglass cage
Held THEATRE YY Info/Referral/Consultation 12-14-76-16 12-4-5-19


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the Nutcracker AGES WELCOME
tags. Keys include bike & dorm key
PALACE Found at Norman Field on 11.20. Call to
m Prince 216446.716946STARTS
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seem I 3766843A vanity license plate with HERS .
found recently on campus Call w/ Ide nil. *
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"Better Relations" Program CAM A P US S NEXT WEEK

Strengthens UF-FSU RapportIn d

an effort to improve relations during the UF-FSU football game, to be held this

Saturday in Tallahassee at 7:30: p.m., student representatives of UF's "Better Rela- TODAYGERMANICSLAVIC
tions" Program visited FSU Nov. 15. Students representing Student Government, / LANGUAGES

Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, the Gator Marching Band, cheerleadersand LECTURE, "Trends in ContemporaryRussian
educed!by UF InformatIOn and PublicatIOns Services 355 coach Culture," by Moscow State
Inter-Residence Hall Association met their FSU counterparts and FSU
Tigers Hall and paid for at usual advertising rates to communicate
official notices and important InformatIOn to Bobby Bowden to become familiar with FSU's policies and rules. University professor Igor Bochkov, 10:40:

students faculty and staff) Call 392 0186 lor informal As a result of the meeting, the student body presidents will exchange letters in a.m., 1341 Turlington Hall.
their school newspapers and Greeks will exchange letters between their respective LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO-

houses. QUIUM, features video-documentary

UF's Better Relations Program, which began with Auburn University, started in "Abril: La Trinchera del Honor" (Spanish

Apply By Dec. 1 1983. The school hosting that season's football game traditionally invites represent- Spanish lish subtitles)and comments (in

atives from the opponent's school to the host campus to establish a rapport between ) by Dominican cinematographerRene

For Legislative student leaders. Earlier this year, UF representatives visited the University of Georgiaand Fortunato, noon, 376 Grinter Hall
Auburn student leaders came to UF GALLERY TALK, "Contemporary Latin

UF Student Services Dean James Scott said he hopes UF students attending the American Paintings," by Kerry Oliver-

Intern ProgramStudents UF-FSU game will enjoy the game and represent UF well. "Despite a healthy rivalry Smith, Ham Museum program coordinatorand
between the two schools on the football field, good sportsmanship will reflect well Latin American culture specialist, 12:15:

may apply now for the Florida upon both schools," he noted. p.m., Ham Museum of Art.

House of Representatives 1991-92 HISTORY COLLOQUIUM, "Impact of

Legislative Staff Internship program, the Civil Rights Movement in Florida, by
which allows 35 gi aduate students to par- University Senate Special SessionTo UF political science professor James But-

ticipate in the formation of legislation and ton, 4 p.m., 4121 Turlington Hall.

public policy. Consider Middle East ResolutionThe AFRICAN STUDIES BARAZA LECTURE -
Interns combine academic study and at "Prospects for a Market Town

least 20 hours per week of legislative University Senate will hold a special session Monday, De\ 3, at 3:30 p.m. in Development Strategy in Niger,"by Peter
research training and are appointed for a Doan, Florida State University, 4:30: p.m.,
McCarty Auditorium to discuss the following proposed resolution. UF faculty, staff
12-month 15 427 Grinter Hall.
period beginning August and students are encouraged to attend the special session. Text of the proposed resolu-
1991 The stipend is $900 monthly plus tion is as follows. UF FIRE RESCUE ASSOCIATION

up to 36 hours of coursework. Members of the Faculty Senate of the University of Florida, over the past 12 to 18 meeting, CPR instruction, fire rescue
Students from all will be and fire volunteer work
majors considered months, the body to which we belong has sought to become more active and involvedin technique rescue ,
must be Florida UF students staff and
Applicants open to faculty,
and in This has
issues on campus our community. movement been made in recogni-
residents or attending a Florida school and spouses, 7:30: p.m., Fire Station No 2,
tion that there are issues of significance that and might benefit from,
many require
have 2210 S.W. Call for
Archer Road. 335-5528
an undergraduate degree by
our input. Since August 2, a new issue darkens the horizon that had seemed, at last,
15, 1991. cannot have served information.
They as a about to dawn; this is, of course, the specter of war in the Middle East. Thus, this
House legislative staff employee since Sense of the Senate resolution is being proposed as a means to inform the political SUNDAY
16 1989 and cannot be
August student, the a firstyearlaw leadership of our country of our grave concerns at what appears to be an impending MUSEUM SCIENTIST PROGRAM,
during internship. conflict. Its purpose is to further insist that our leadership settle the confrontation via "From Mastadons to Saber-Toothed Cats:
available from Dean
Applications are the mechanisms put into place with the founding of the United Nations. Florida's Extinct Mammals,"by S. David
James Scott, Office for Student Services,
Recognizing that: Webb, curator in museum s natural
129 Hall and from Gail Albritton
Tigert 1. Breaching international laws and borders as Saddam Hussein has done, even sciences department, 2 p.m., Florida
Administrator 317-A The
Program though those laws and borders be imperfect, is unacceptable; Museum of Natural History Classroom.
Tallahassee FL 32399-1300
Capitol, or 2. The unstable politico-military situation that has characterized the Middle East as Call 392-1721 to register.
call ((904)) 487-2390. All applications must a result of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict has been made more volatile; FACULTY RECITAL by UF music
be mailed to Albntton office Dec. 1.
by 3. Armed conflict between the forces arrayed on the Saudi border, because of the department faculty member Janine

size and types of arsenals involved, will result in significant casualties, both civilian Gaboury-Sly on French horn, 3 p.m.,
I' Marston Science Library and military, on both sides; University Auditorium.

Offers Seminar 4. Armed conflict may lead to a world-wide economic disaster; and MONDAY
TodayOn 5. The most appropriate manner to resolve this conflict is through the coordinated
action of the United Nations,
Translations We members of the Faculty Senate of the University of Florida insist that our elected QUIUM, "Genres of Cuban Popular"

I 'Scientific and Technical Translations"is officials, Representative Cliff Stearns, Senators Bob Graham and Connie Mack in the Music: Performance and Commentary,

the title of a seminar to be held today Constitutionally designated roles as Congressmen, and President George Bush: by Cuban radio producer Rodolfo de la

n, p.m. in 107 Marston Science library. 1. Exhaust all possible diplomatic opportunities that present themselves, taking into Fuente, noon, 376 Grinter Hall (in

non Kisling, of the Marston Science account the legitimate grievances of all parties concerned, prior to consideringwar Spanish) and 3 p.m., Friends of Music
"arv's documents unit, will speak ; Room, University Auditorium(in English).

,.v seminar is free and open to the public 2. Work toward a nuclearand chemical-weapon free zone in the Middle East; WILDLIFE SEMINAR, "Small Mammal
and students in Work toward solution of the Communities of Tropical Forest Frag- I
Faculty graduate 3. a major underlying pillar of instability in the region, "
>i ntific and engineering fields are par- the Palestinian-Israeli problem; and ments: Pattern and Process, by UF
*r ui'arly'! encouraged to attend. For more 4. Consider war only as a last resort and, if it must be waged, do so only under the wildlife and range sciences doctoral stu-
information, contact Alice Primack, aegis of the United Nations. dent Jay Malcolm, 4 p.m., 112 Newins-t
392-2822 Ziegler Hall.NUTRITIONAL. I

UF Provost Sorensen To Lecture On SCIENCES SEMINAR, I
Anti-Semitism Is AIDS "Fatty Acid Synthase Gene Expression:

For Lecture On SundayUniversity Topic As Part Of World AIDS Day Observance Unique Acids Regulation," by Steven by PolyunsaturatedFatty Clark, senior I

research scientist, The Upjohn Company,
UF Provost Andrew Sorensen will lecture The lecture, which is free and open to 4 p.m., R3-265 Health Science Center :
of Vermont science :
political on "Women, Minorities and AIDS"at the public, is sponsored by Student Academic Research Building.
professor Raul Hilberg is the second in the Medical SciencesBuilding's Government.
5:15: today SUMMER
speaker in UF's Center for Jewish Studies' -
Stetson Auditorium as part of fo session, led UF associate
by: professorof
Fall 1990 lecture series,
Anti-Semitism." Hilberg, who will the international observance Saturday ofWorld's Women Faculty To Conduct German and foreign study academic

discuss "The Origins of the Final Solu- AIDS Day. advisor Franz Futterknecht, 6 p.m., 261
will focus Career RoundtablesThe
Sorensen on new statistics Dauer Hall.MONDAY.
tion," will speak Sunday at 8 p.m. in increase of HIV in-
showing a significant
Gannett Auditorium. Association for Women Faculty will NIGHT AT THE HIP-

The lecture, which is free and open to fection among women and minority hold a luncheon meeting today from 11:30: PODROME, features an evening of

the public, is funded by the Gary R. Ger- groups. a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Univer- cabaret and musical theater by UF theater !
Before coming to UF in July, Sorensenwas department faculty member.Melissa Hart
son Lecture Series Endowment. For more sity Center, 13th Street and University
information, contact the Center for Jewish executive director of the AIDS In- Avenue. and cabaret troupe "Formal Attire," 8 I

Studies, 392-9247 stitute at Johns Hopkins University in The program will include roundtable p.m. Tickets, $6 in advance and at door, I
Baltimore. discussions of career available at Hippodrome Box Office, 25
topics including
_ '1 Novelist Harrv Crews To Read From Work Tonight publishing, five-year plan for tenure and S.E. 2nd Place.CONTINUING "

Novelist and UF and has been instrumental'; promotion grantmanship,
English professor years givIng FLORIDA
caregiving and creative management.All PLAYERS' "The Merchant
Crews will read from his fiction UF's I
Harry creative writing program na- UP faculty and A&P: women are in- of Venice,"8:15: p.m., Constans Theatre, ,
at in L-005 Hall. tional
tonight status.
whose Turlington vited to participate. A limited number of continues nightly through Dec. 1.Tickets,
Crews, twelfth novel, Body, was The the UF I
reading sponsored by free
luncheon reservations, which are$8, are to UF students and$6.50 for general
published this fall and was reviewed on English is free and to
department open
available at the door. For more informa- public, available at University Box Office
the front of The New York Times Book the
". page public. tion, call Alice Primack, 392-2822. in Reitz Union, 9:30: a.m. to 4 p.m.
Review, has taught at UF for more than 20 weekdays
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from page 12 felt the burden of making a lot Butkus Award. This season, he 12 "Every time I play, I try to winit
of plays was my responsibility. Finally was one of the 10 finalists but lost page for Dad. Everything I do is for
Carruthers said that ideologyhurt I got settled." out when the committee cut the list I. it for Dad so I just went out that him."
him at the beginning of the Things should go pretty to five candidates. last day and played really Intensely Former Gators try for PGA
season. He said he was trying to from here in the ," she said. "I shot 71, but
smoothly on, Carrutherssaid. (My performance ) beginning Former UF golfers Dudley Hart
make all the big plays himself and Right now he wants to finish of the season hindered my came up a little bit short. and Chris DiMarco begin "hell
kept falling short. the season strong with good performances chances of winning this year,"Car By the way. She's bringing one week" today.
He's improved since then, he against UF and then ruthers said."But next year I think more thing with her to Japan. The former All-Americans will
said. Now he concentrates on Penn State. I'll pretty much run away with it." "I'm off in La Calif.
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doing his own job. Next year, he plans to tear up But Carruthers said the NFL is and I'll put it on the night stand in the final stage of PGA Tour
"I played a lot of positions thatPlayer's the field. Carruthers is pretty cerWMlgilt still an option next year.SAPP'S next to my bed," she said. "I haveO110 qualifying.

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FSU's Carruthers atalker

and a tackier

year. In 1989, he led the Seminolesin
tackles with 145,45 more than the
Alligator Staff Writer
No. 2 tackler.
There aren't many college football Against Miami last season, he
fans who haven't heard of Kirk Car- made 16 tackles, two interceptionsand
ruthers. recovered a Miami fumble at the
The Florida State inside line- FSU 1-yard line. For that perfor-
backer has gained quite a reputation mance, he was named national 440
,during the last two seasons and player of the week by Sports Illustrated 11 ,
not just for his performance on the and The Sporting News.
But there has been no such fan-
the 6-foot-2,212-pound Car- fare this year. Though FSU's media
ruthers has been considered one of guide lists Carruthers as "the top
the top linebackers in the country, linebacker in college football," he
This season, the junior was one of may not even be the best on his team.
the early candidates for the Butkus FSU linebacker Marvin Jones has
Award, the highest honor given to a eight more tackles ((115)) this season
college linebacker.But than Carruthers. And UF corner-
Carruthers also lets people back Richard Fain said he isn't sure
know about his talents. And his state- Carruthers would start for. the Ga-
ments aren't always taken kindly. tors.
Take gatorback Godfrey Myles, "I can't say he wouldn't, but it
for instance, who ripped Carruthersand would be real difficult because we've
other FSU players Tuesday for got some quality linebackers-God-
their comments to the media. frey Myles, Fee Bartley, Timmy
"He's not as good as he thinks he Paulk and Jerry Odom," Fain said.
is," said Myles, rolling his eyes. "Who knows?"
Carruthers said he backs up his UF offensive lineman Tony Rowellis
words when he's on the field and just as unimpressed."I .
that he'll show the Gators how goodhe think he's more talk than any-
is Saturday when UF takes on thing great on the field," Rowell said.
"FSU in Tallahassee."I'm "Hopefully we'll shut him up." t d ybk F '
a good talker, but I'm also a Rowell said at t FSU, the defensive y4s
good player," Carruthers said po- linemen are not the ones who make
litely. "What they said Myles and big plays. They just concentrate on
the others.well, jealousy will make blocking while the linebackers -
people say funny things. After this like Carruthers and Jones make KEVIN W1SNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
weekend, the joke will be on them." things happen.See FSU linebacker Kirk Carruthers talks a good game, but his numbers are down this year. Carruthers,
I But Carruthers' performance has Carruthers, Page 11 who led the Seminoles with 145 tackles last year, has 107 this year. Freshman linebacker Marvin I
not been as impressive as it was last Jones leads FSU with 115 tackles.

I t UF golfer Vinieratos prepares for trip to Far East I IBy

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JEFF MORIARTY I look at this tournament as a way the Narashino Country Club in couldn't believe it. I had no idea along with seven top-20 finishes in
Alligator Writer to represent my country," she said. Tokyo. there was such a competition," her 15 tournaments as a Gator.In .
"I guess they'll play the national Vinieratos earned the berth by Vinieratos said. "I'm playing well 1989 she qualified for the
Michele Vinieratos is prepared, anthem before I tee off. I'm sure finishing fifth in the NCAA Cham- now so hopefully I can play well in U.S. Open, which gave her a taste
for the worst she's packed her my heart will really be beating." pionship in May. She hopes to help Japan." of what professional golf is all
frosted flakes, tuna fish and long But what about the cereal and continue the United States' 15-year Ryan went to Japan in 1985 when about crowds, fame and pres-
underwear. sandwich spread? 'string of dominance 13 wins in her team won the NCAA Champi- sure. She missed the cut.
When Vinieratos steps off the "I'm really particular'about whatI 15 tries. onship. It was so cold, they neededan But Vinieratos said that helped
airplane Saturday, she'll be playing I eat and I heard the Japanese eat Vinieratos' finish at the NCAA ice pick .to put a tee In the fueled her dream of playing professional
.where she's never played before- weird things, so I'm bringing along Championship helped vault the Ga- ground. golf. She's got other in-
.Japan. The UF senior is one of four some necessities, but I'm really tors to third-place overall and is "I'm delighted for her and it's an centive as well.
American women golfers in the looking forward to it." one of the highlights of her colle- honor for her to go over there,"
United States/Japan CollegiateGolf Playing with Vinieratos this year giate career. It wasn't until August Ryan said. "She played so well in She told her father, Rick, that
Championship.And for the United States will be Uni- that UF coach Mimi Ryan told her nationals that she really deservesit. one day she would win the U.S.
Vinieratos says it's a dream versity of Arizona standout Susan about Japan. ." Open for him. He died in August."In .

come true. Slaughter, San Jose's Pat Hurst, "She called me and told me, But golfing success is nothingnew nationals, I was trying to win
"I've always wanted to competein Auburn's Missy Tuck and eight Well, I've got some good news for to the Largo native. She holds Golf 11
see ,
the Olympics in some sport, so collegiate men who will all play at you you're going to Japan.' I various junior and amateur titles page

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. Swimmers NIT U.S.
,,, at OpenBy (
BRIAN F1DELMAN UF Coach Mitch Ivey. said he expects Haislettto
swim well this weekend."Nicole' .
Alligator Writer
is a potential gold medalist at the World
The UF swimming and diving teams leave today Championships," Ivey said. "A good performancehere
,rand. Friday for their final meets of the fall. is crucial."

Most members of the teams head to Tuscaloosa, While Haislett is the only member of the sI
Ala., for the NIT Championships, which will also women's squad heading to Indianapolis, nine men '
serve as dual meets against Alabama and Auburn. will make the trip. Included in the U.S. Open groupis t'

Some swimmers, including freshman Nicole Anthony Nesty, Martin Zubero, Bob Utley and I
Haislett, will compete in the U.S. Open at Indiana freshman Carlton Bruner..
University. Haislett, one of the world's hottest John Dennison, Lewis Fadley and the remainderof
*'. tune-up for the World Championships in January. ships.

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