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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 66 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30,1990



I UF to recognize persons with AIDS Monday ::1 I

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World AIDS Day to acknowledge Sorensen calls


the disease's effects on womenBy for more explicit

DEBBIE CENZIPER ever-changing definition of the AIDS educationBy
syndrome has been defined according
Alligator Staff Writer
to male she
symptoms,
JUDY A. PLUNKETT
Since AIDS gained widespread said. But AIDS doesn't segregateits
Alligator Staff Writer
recognition nine years ago,women victims, she said.
infected with the Human Immuno- Infected women often miss out' More than half the women and
deficiency Virus have been the for on government help because their children with AIDS are black, a
gotten victims of the "gay man's symptoms don't meet require- Iws Il liion T II IIa statistic that may surprise some:
disease," a local AIDS expert says. ments.The guidelines for that help people, UF Provost Andrew
But the International community are based on past cases, the majority Sorensen said Thursday at a forum
acknowledge\ women as AIDS of whom were men, she said. to kick off UF's participation in
patients in its third annual World "It was sort of a catch-22," World AIDS Day.
AIDS Day Saturday. More than 150 Bentrup said. "Women had to get AIDS is the ninth-leading cause
countries will\ host events center sicker to get financial aid. It just of death for children age 1 to 4,and
ing on the epidemic. UF will\ be doesn't click into place unless in the next three to four years, it is
among those sites. you're a gay, white male." expected to be in the top five, said
Exhibits outside Turlington Hall All research has been directed Sorensen,a nationally known advo-
Monday from 10 am. to 5 p.m. will\ toward men, Bentrup said. Conse- cate of AIDS research and educa
offer students information and advice quently, so have resources such as tion.Of
as well as free condoms, said money and support groups. + the 6 million people estimatedto
AIDS Education and Training Center Leslie Wolfe,Center for Women be infected with the AIDS virus,
director Karen Bentrup. Policy Studies executive director, about 2 million are women. More
Also, paintings In the Fine Arts wrote in a news release that the than 1 million are black women,
Building and the Reitz Union will\ exclusion of women from research while about 580,000 are white and
be covered this weekend to com must be stopped. Despite data 354,000 are Hispanic.
memorate artists who have died of showing that women are the fast Sorensen pointed out the need
the disease. Student Art League est growing group of people with for stronger AIDS education, particularly
President Daniel Post said the sym AIDS, their problems still remain among intravenous drug
bolic move is to show what the invisible, she wrote. I users, the largest-growing segment
world would be like without art. "Federal research dollars have of people with AIDS. He also
Bentrup said the worldwide recognition not gone to develop woman-fo MICHELE KATZ said that AIDS education isn't as
of female patients Is a sign cused prevention methods, to Include UF Provost Andrew Sorensen discussed Thursday the increasing strong as it should be to get across
that people are waking up to the women in clinical trials of number of AIDS cases involving women. His speech kicked off the message of this fatal disease."I .
barriers they face. She said women AIDS drugs, or to identify and un- campus events for World AIDS Day. think we're not nearly as explicit
have a hard time obtaining support derstand the unique characteristics a woman with the HIV infection UF Infirmary health educator Jo- in our posters and our programs
from the U.S. government, which of HIV disease in women," she becomes pregnant, there's a 30 to anne Auth said the campus and as we ought to be," he said.
often fails to recognize their special wrote. 50 percent chance her baby will be county are joining forces Mondayto Sorensen lauded UF for installing -
needs and different symptoms. Bentrup said because the government infected during pregnancy or deliv provide plenty of information for condom machines in campus
Next year, AIDS is expected to as well as society, has students. Organizations such as restrooms as an educational and
become one of the five leading been unresponsive to female AIDS ery.More than 2,500 AIDS cases in the Gay and Lesbian Student preventive tool, but he said he be-
causes of death in women ages 15 patients, women may not have children younger than 13 have Union, the North Central Florida lieves condoms should be free. He
to 44, the Journal of the American changed behavior or taken precautions been reported to the Centers for AIDS Network and the local Florida also said a study should be done to
Medical Association reports. for their safety, she said. Disease Control. Of those, 83 per- Association of Professional see if'the machines have actually
Because AIDS was initially\ tied Another side to the issue, she cent contracted the virus from Health Educators will participate in
to the gay, male community, the said, is children with AIDS. When their mothers. the focus on women, she said. see AIDS, page 5I

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I Reed: Raising tuition may prevent budget cuts .

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By TRACY BURUNGAME but we don't want that"' bing any school a flagship. The Regents are ing authority and couple it with the state
Alligator Writer UF President John Lombardi!,who did not the 13-member panel that sets policy for housing authority. State bond revenue then
attend the meeting, said differential tuitionis Florida's nine public universities.Reed would be applied to renovate housing.
UF may avoid future swings from the state already in practice on the graduate level said the flagship title doesn't makea Student Senate President Adam Tan-
budget ax by charging students higher tuition with programs such as medicine,and law. university better. He instead proposed that enbaum asked Reed if he plans to changeany
for classes that cost more to offer,State Lombardi! said UF has not taken a positionon each campus have specific goals and mis- university admission policies, balancing
University System Chancellor Charles Reed using the approach with undergraduates, sions, such as UF's research activities."In the competition between students from ju-
.
told campus student leaders Thursday.The except to explore the option. Florida,we can't afford more than one nior colleges and students already at UF.
hikes would vary fees among differ "Right pow, we're undercharging", or two 'Universities of Florida,'" Reed said. "We need to have a level playing field,"
ent degrees. ,For example, going through Lombardi! said."It's nice to be a bargain, but "We don't need another UF." Reed said.
the computer science program could end up we're providing state-funded fellowships." But one thing Reed wants to keep consis- Reed said he wants to require junior col-
being more expensive than the English program Student Body President Michael Browne tent throughout the system are safety mea- lege transcripts to, contain information,
which doesn't have to contend with said he opposes going to the different tuition sures, which he said are strong. including drops and grades forgiven.
computer and equipment costs. arrangement in the near future, but he said "Our campuses are safer than the areas Also, he said the SUS is considering a
On the second day of his annual visit to' administrators shouldn't rule it out. around (them)," Reed said. system-wide drop period.'
UF, Reed said he advocates raising tuitionto Student Body Vice President Kevin May- Reed also wants a supplemental budget to Florida is becoming a multi-racial, multi-
.cover' about ,25 percent of each eux suggested establishing UF as a flagship enhance safety,. adding additional police, cultural state,and the state universities must
university's operating costs, an increase of university,a title that would let officials hike cars and equipment throughout the university keep up with that trend, Reed said.
about 6 percent. tuition for all programs at UF without raising system. "We have to assimilate, adjust, recognizeand
Things could get worse before they get ,costs at other state schools. Reed said he is working to renovate exist- learn to live with many races, many
better," Reed said. "We could have a K mart Reed said the Board pf Regents has dis- ing housing and plans to build more He cultures in our state," Reed said. "This is a
system and charge K mart prices, cussed the option but decided against dub wants to create a statewide university hous- great place to do that."
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Survival: Chi Omega will sponsora elevators for room number. Call Karl Club will sponsor a free defense 1100am-3,00amI crusts
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ner Sunday night at 7:30: in Univer- Party down: CARIBSA will have a today from 4:30-6: on the second I. Free Delivery. loll W' University Ave Call 37-GUMBY '.

sity Auditorium. Carder, one of the party Saturday night at 11 in Georgia floor of the Women's Gym. Call Eric I GUMBY'S CHOICEI TIGER TAMER BULLDOG BUSTER]
nation's first female patrol officers, Seagle Hall on West University Ave- at376-9570. 20" I
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will speak about personal protection.Call nue. Call.Kevin 335-9383. Happy hour: Psi Chi PsychologyClub I 12" pizza pizza I
3761482.Tie Czech poet: Petr Mikesh, a poet will have a happy hour today at $3.99 $5.40 $8.99 I

and Tails: IRHA will presentits and translator from Czechoslovakia, 5 at Farah's. Call Lisa at 336-0271. L I 75* per item 99* per item 99* per item J .
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April 13 in Graham Area. AGC and Room 261. Call 3922101.In tional Age will meet tonight at 7 in
director applications can be pickedup the beginning: The Center for the Gainesville Hilton lounge to sip,
at the residence hall desks or Jewish Studies will sponsor a lectureby munch, chat and arrange further social
IRHA office, on the Reitz Union third Professor Raul Hilberg of the Uni- activities. Call 336-9529 or 335-
floor.AGC applications are due Mon- versity of Vermont entitled "The Ori- 7470.
day afternoon at 4. Director applica- gins of the Final Solution" Monday Children: Gainesville Right to Life
tions are due Wednesday afternoonat night at 8 in Gannett Auditorium. A will hold a children's used clothingand
4. Call Dan at 375-0009. reception in the atrium of Weimer toy sale Saturday from 9-3 at 1
Law and order: The Criminologyand Hall will follow the lecture. Call 392- 2115 NW 24th Ave. All proceeds will
Law Honor Society will have 9247. go to help families in crisis preg-
elections for spring officers and a Transfer social:The Transfer Activities nancy situations. Call Lois at 378-
general meeting Monday, afternoonat Council will have a happy hour 7824.
4 in the Orange & Brew. Call 392- tonight at 7 in the Orange & Brew to

1025. discuss upcoming social events. Call r
Asian Cultural Night: The Chi- 376-1757. What's: Happening is fret public- l
nese Club will meet Sunday after- GLSU: The Gay and Lesbian Stu- service space The Alligator providesto
noon at 12:30: in Reitz Union room dent Union will have a 'toga party local organizations wishing to announce ID
355 to organize Asian Cultural tonight at 9. BYOB. Meet behind the upcoming events The announcements -
Night. Volunteers are needed. Call Institute for Black Culture at Fifth are printed on a
Tim at 371-0695. Street and West University Avenueat space-available basis, in random or-
NAACP: NAACP meets Monday 9 to get maps. Call 332-0700. der and, when necessary, are edited or
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I Bryan computer lab to close for renovations I IBy

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MIKE CARR puter operations supervisor for the Two more students said the clos- during finals. One of them, in the "The other labs have PS-2s, but
Alligator Writer Center for Instructional Research ing comes at the wrong time and Computer Science Engineering not as many," said Kwan Tsang, a
Computing Activities. will be an inconvenience."I Building, has 248 computers. That CIRCA computer operator at
The closing of UF's Bryan Hall Every day, 625 students use the have a major project due,,said lab will stay open until 3 a.m. Mon- Bryan Hall. Twang said he knewof
computer laboratory during finals lab, Williams said. Lab use peaks journalism senior Jack Reiter. "It's day through Thursday before and only nine other PS-2s four at
week will shut down 60 vital com before exams and then drops dra- going to be very damaging to stu- during dead week. CSE and five at the College of
puters and inconvenience students matically during finals, she said. dents all across campus." Architecture lab.
struggling to prepare last-minute But one student who used the Engineering graduate student But some students complainedthat
papers, some students say. lab during finals last year dis Jim Berger said,"It's the only placeI these labs do not have enough The Bryan Hall lab will be open
The second-floor lab will close agreed. I have to go to print my engineering personal computers, specificallyIBM Monday through Friday from 8:15:
Dec. 16 until spring 1992 for a "There's usually a waiting line project."" PS-2s, which make up the a.m. to 10 p.m. and weekends from
year-long building renovation, said during finals,"said business senior Williams said three other labs on majority of the Bryan Hall comput- 12:15p.m.: to 10 p.m. through Dec.
Elizabeth Williams, senior com- Amy Brownlee. campus are available to students ers. 15.


I. Study-abroad program expands to Soviet Union I IBy


ROB BOGGS reason for the new program. They also took excursions to The new program is an expansion of last
Alligator Writer "Moscow State has always different parts of the Soviet summer's program, said Slavic Professor
been interested in exchange Union. UF liberal arts senior Halina Stefan.
UF's Slavic department has established a programs with Western universities Paul Henderson participated in Besides sending students abroad, the
new study-abroad program with Moscow ," Bochkov said. "In the program and said he Slavic department plans to bring professorsfrom
State University, paving the way for more the past, we have not usuallyhad learned a great deal."I Moscow State here to teach Russian."In .
international study programs between the exchange programs involving was surprised that the people the future, we hope to serve as inter
two schools. undergraduate stu were not apprehensive of mediaries between Moscow State and other
Igor BQchkov,a Russian literature professor dents. Instead, teachers cameto Americans," Henderson said. departments on campus who would like to
at Moscow State,has spent the last weekat learn to speak Russian." "The experience really helpedmy start programs of their own," Stefan said.
UF working out the details of a study- Last summer, a group of UF ability to speak the lan A student who is interested in studying at
abroad program for undergraduates at his students were the first American guage." Henderson said one of Moscow State must take two semesters of
school. After his work is completed here, he undergraduates to study at Bochkov the reasons he feels the Soviet Russian to be eligible.
will go to Iowa State University to establisha Moscow State. UF Russian Union is starting programs like Classes will be held four days a week, six
similar program. Professor Eva Eichhorn initiated the six- this one is the need for convertible Western hours a day. Students will travel to other
Bochkov said the recent change in policies week program, in which the students currency."The experience erased any doubt cities in the Soviet Union, and the trip costs
of the Soviet government is not the learned about Russian language and culture. that communism works." $3,000, not including airfare.HUlllor .


UF scientists used



make some obscenity



bones ,? 0 TIP 0'Ogg presentationBy


By MIKE NEUMEIER di NEW&,.;!0 MARIA RUSS

Alligator Writer Alligator Writer

Using slides one UF student described as After warning that her presentation might
"science mixed with horror," forensic anthropologist contain nudity and some four-letter words, a
William Maples said Wednes- civil rights lawyer spoke to about 70 peopleat
I
day that UF is at the forefront of making E UF's College of Law about obscenity
bones talk.Forensic. Wednesday night.
anthropology is the study of Attorney Robyn Blumner, executive director
bones and body remains that allow the re- of the American Civil Liberties Union of
construction of murder victims' bodies and Florida, discussed the history of obscenity
identification of people both dead and alive. ZAN dating back to the 1800s. Blumner said she
Maples said UF's forensic anthropology department 1 recently changed the title of her presentationfrom
is one of the top four: in the nation. "Obscenity, An Exception to the First
Maples told the audience his presentation if Amendment" to "What the Hell is GoingOn
contained graphic slides, which he said hada I ?"
"PG-13 rating."Those included pictures of Along with a slide presentation and anec.
the famed Elephant Man, bones of murder dotes about the history of obscenity, she
victims and the remains of a woman who turned a controversial topic into a humorousone.
died and was eaten by her dogs. With a slide of some vegetables, she
Maples spoke to about 500 people in University explained how some people might see the
Auditorium Wednesday night as part vegetables while others would see a phallic
of the Frontiers of Science lecture series symbol.
sponsored by UF's physics department. "We scoffed when the people of Iran re-
UF finance senior David Bozelle said the acted violently to the publication of Satanic
presentation was a bit gory, but still fascinat Verses," said Blumner. "Yet the night before
ing. 14 the first showing of the movie 'The Last
"I think (technology) has come a long way. Temptation of Christ' in Utah, the theaterwas
Details and specifics (.are) not just up in the vandalized and the movie slashed."
air." Blumner said if police and prosecutors are
Maples told how video equipment is usedto interested in protecting society from violence
superimpose an image on another to help they should focus their strengths on
identify people and remains. For-example, a other things."If .
skull can be filmed and a photograph of a they really wanted to help children,
person can be electronically placed on top they'd feed the hungry, and they'd leave the
of it to see if the skull and face are the same parenting to the parents," Blumner said.
person. She said she frequently is asked how she
VF is the only college in the country with STUART BAUER can defend things that have no redeeming
the equipment needed to perform video superimposing social value. She answers with a quick re-
Social studies
Maples said. sponse.
This t technology can also be used to Iden- Pamela Richards, associate professor of sociology Monday morning near Carleton Auditorium.
see Forensic page 5 see Obscenity, page 5



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Ain Am Ain Ain Ain, Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain

I ELSEWHEREU.N. THE BROTHERS OF DELTA SIGMA PI

would like to congratulate


. votes to use force against IraqUNITED t: Sherry Altcnbach our new brothers Trevor DyerS

Lynn Broxson Margaret Glenn
NATIONS (UPI) The U.N. Security after the U.N. vote, called the resolution "a very c 1 Jud Clemmer Louis Katz ::J JS
Council approved Thursday the use of force to drive powerful statement, and everybody ought to under. Lisa Cooper Jon Ludwig
Iraqi troops out of Kuwait If President Saddam stand how strong it is and how important it is." <1 Eric Cox Kevin McClure
Hussein has not ordered their withdrawal by Jan. 15, "Everybody wants a peaceful resolution.I think this Paul Moore ::J
the first such authorization in more than 40 years. would drive home the point to him that he's got to Adria Depasquale
The l 15-nation council authorized the military meas- get out of Kuwait," he said. Rose Diaz Kyla Peacock :J
ure with a 12-2 vote. China, one of the five Security In Washington, Iraq's ambassador to the United Paul Diociocchi Alisa Rose'
Council permanent members with the right to veto States, Mohammed Al-Mashat, attacked the resolu. Rob Donofrio Denise Swingle :
any resolution,abstained,and Cuba and Yemen voted tion as "selective," because the U.N. has not imposed Jen Dozier Jay Vickers
against. sanctions against Israel for its occupation of the West
Secretary of State James Baker, who presided over Bank and other Arab lands. Attain the Leading EdgeAin
the meeting,said the presence of 13 foreign ministersat "It is scandalous and shameful,"Al-Mashat said."Itdoesn't
Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain
the council meeting was a testimony to the serious- receive our respect."But he said,"We are not Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain
ness of Persian Gulf crisis. scared of it. It will not make any difference. The only
"Our aim today must be to convince Saddam thing that makes a difference is negotiating for peace."
Hussein that the just,humane demands of this council Voting for the resolution were the United States Brackenridge:
and the international community cannot be ignored," the Soviet Union, Britain, France Canada, Colombia
Baker said at the beginning of the meeting."If the Ivory Coast,Ethiopia,Finland,Malaysia, Zaire and (genuine,Colorado))
Iraq does not reverse its course peacefully, then Romania.
other necessary measures including the use of The resolution said Iraq has refused to comply with January 1-8
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Saddam said in an address to Arab youths in Baghdadthat solved by the implementation of all gulf resolutions.He .
was reported by the Iraqi news agency INA. has said in the past that he would withdraw from
"But if God wishes the war to erupt, they will see Kuwait if Israel withdrew from the occupied territoriesand
that this ghost will be seen even by the shepherds in Syria from Lebanon. .
the desert with the Iraqi technology," he said. Saddam said Iraq was not"panicked"by the possi- .; FREE BEERAT
Saddam made the comments prior to a meeting of ble U.N. resolution authorizing the use of force and 41!
the foreign ministers of the U.N. Security Council ona said if a war erupted, the Iraqis would fight "fero-
resolution authorizing the use of force in the Persian ciously."
Gulf. No one should underestimate the United States, he
"The American Rambo will be futile on Iraqi terri- said, but "we underestimate their evil intentions." .

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the way America admits immigrants. 540,000 a year in 1989 to 700,000 a year in 199294Of If i
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good for crime fighting and good for America," Bush law does not cover immediate relatives of U.S
said White House "We welcome citizens like minor children and who
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it will bring in to strengthen our great country." is estimated that 220,000 of those immigrants enter
The new immigration bill overhauls current law that the United States each year.
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CAIRO, Egypt (UPI) Violent clashes between systematic campaign to harm the elections."
supporters of the ruling National Democratic Party He said an NDP candidate in Ismailia, a city on the SIiu1ni I .1 Slmlinl s|>i c I.I i.il).only. ul.i> thru IliursiUy
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Egypt's parliamentary elections Thursday, which officials assailant fired at him with a gun and that four police SVHn
said drew a heavy voter turnout. officers were injured in clashes between rival factionsin
Results of the vote,boycotted by most major oppo- Beni Suwaif.
sition parties, were not expected until Friday, but it Officials said about 70 percent of Egypt's 16 million
appeared likely that President Hosni Mubarak's NDP eligible voters went to the polls to elect 444 membersof
would win by a clear margin. Parliament;one of the highest turnouts in years. I I ,
Security sources said dozens of people were injuredin Mubarak called the elections last month after the
isolated violent clashes and that three NDP candi- country's highest court ruled that the previous elections
\, dates in Gharbia, a rural Western area, were held held in 1987,were unfair because they favored
several hours against their will by opposing factions NDP candidates.The Gainesville
before being released unharmed. government changed the election laws to tlS.\\ MiliMuvl
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OBSCENITYfrom FORENSICfrom bones or body parts as clues. Paint AIDSfrom ting AIDS is something
from a new hack saw, oil from a dents should do, Sorensen
page 3 page 3 page 1
chain saw and specks of lead froma 111 bet a lot of you stu'I'I
El Salvador to play with guns, I'm just tify criminals, he said. Because shotgun don't t escape Maples as modified students' behavior.For you are not susceptible to
much happier when he goes to Chileto more crimes are captured on video, he views bones with a microscope. example, Sorensen said because of your lifestyle,"

play with dolls," Blumner said, still pictures of an accused personcan "Sometimes, when I am lookingto he would like to said. "My guess
drawing applause and laughter from be superimposed with the identify a I to Sears know if people is that your life
weapon go
the audience video to see if a match exists. buying con Sorensen style does put
and walk up and down the aisle of
Vice President Dan Quayle was Maples said there is about a 92- tools,"Maples said. "Salesmen ask doms from the said you at risk."

ridiculed for buying an anatomically percent chance of identifying a per to help and I say, 'No, you really machines are condoms from Sorensenalso
{ correct doll during a visit to Chile in son with using a skull and one would not understand."' simply buying discussedthe
March. picture.With two pictures and den them there because UF machines rising cost
tal records, the error ratio is less Maples said he has worked on it's moreconvenient of AIDS treat-
The ACLU sponsored Blumner's than 1 percent, he said. 150 cases this year, an increase or ifI should be free. ment and the
speech, which was followed by an from the past. He attributes his the machines red tape people
awards ceremony for lawyers Ste- "From bones we can get"information larger caseload to an increase in cause people who might not with AIDS must go through before .
phen Bernstein and Bill Salmon. The you would not expect, he said. drug trafficking and to the increased have bought condoms before to receiving Medicaid, which I

two were recognized for promotingcivil Many times Maples is asked to use of helpful forensic anthropology think twice. only partially covers those
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Darts & laurelsLAUREL *jJglj


to Student Government for organizing a lo- SL.W

cal collection center for students who want to write let-

ters to service people serving in Saudi Arabia and the
Persian Gulf. I Stop ignoring Persian Gulf crisis I IIt's

We hope the center serves as a catalyst to get more

students involved in, or at least make them more aware time everyone put down those turkey leftovers IEADERS'
of, the Gulf issues. disguised as everything from sandwiches to cracker -> Lorraine Schneeberger
spread and took a hard look at the crisis in the Persian R I
Also in the interest of student awareness, we LAURELthe Gulf. ADVOCATEand

Middle East Peace Group, an organization stu- It's time The Alligator did too.
dents who weekly protest the United State's presence in In skimming through recent issues of Alligators I to make judgments.The .
Saudi Arabia. have found not enough localized coverage of this Alligator is further missing out by failing to
spotlight local students who are either going to Kuwaitor
issue. What is is
extremely important printed colum
The protests at the intersection of University
group nists' remarks to the and briefsin have a relative who will go. If these people are
support troops news
Avenue and 13th Street every Tuesday from 4:305:30p.m. : : the"Elsewhere" section. already there, profile the families. Show the anxiety,

We hope students just listen to the group's messageof By ignoring the situation in Saudi.Arabia, The the tension and the fear of the people. Show the hope
"give peace a chance." Alligator,is doing its readers a grave injustice. The that their sons and daughters will come home safe.
effects of America's Profiles like these could only serve. to bring the Persian
DART to Student Solidarity Against Silence for criticiz- involvement in an impending war
ing the Women Students Health Care Task Force for not with Iraq would be felt by everyone. Just because Gulf crisis closer to home.
By not printing a variety of articles on the Middle
events don't take place on Florida Field doesn't mean
dealing with the high incidence of rape on the UF cam- they won't have a significant impact on our lives. East, The Alligator practically endorses the idea that

The brother of my close friend is leaving for Saudi Saudi Arabia is a country far away from here, and a
..,. pus.The task force wasn't established to deal with that is- Arabia Dec. 11. There will be no white Christmas for war in this desolate place will not affect us. Some of
sue. It was established to review Campus Organized' him. How soon until your brother or sister is called? us know now this is not the case.
Against.Rape, the Sexual Assault Recovery Service and Or maybe even you? Student Mary Jo Valladares writes, "...what we read
.
, women's health at UF and those I was talking to a friend last week about the Persian about On The Alligator) are the frustrations of not
care prepare a report on
going to a major bowl and if the football players
' Gulf crisis. I asked her opinion of the goings-on in game
; topics. The has the difficult task of wading
group Saudi Arabia.She responded, "Lorraine,I simply don't are really comfortable in their Yon Hall facilities.
through the problems the groups have had recently and know enough background to give my opinion." Though this is interesting and amusing, and yes,
the different personalities involved. I am sure my friend is not the only one who is not important, these subjects pale in the light of what is
"
I,: The incidence of rape on campus should be ad- entirely sure about how this whole thing got started. crucial today. '
This is where The should The Alligator should run articles about the impending -
dressed, but by top-level administrators, not.this task Alligator step in.
\, force. I propose a recap of all events leading to the present war and about the concerns of those registered in
" situation in the Gulf. This should include: the armed services. The paper so often prints stories
LAUREL to Mental Health Services head Jackie Ayers background on Saddam Hussein concerning diversity,and minorities that I would at
! for agreeing to provide personnel free of charge to train Hussein's invasion of Kuwait least expect an article on women in the Gulf.

I peer educators who work for Campus Organized Against the border wars between Iraq and Saudi Arabia The Alligator can make a big difference. For many
I'' Rape. students, it is the first thing they read in the morning.
.American hostage situation in Iraq and Kuwait
This newspaper has the to inform and educate
power
COAR has suffered through a difficult transition period
r actions taken by President Bush
UF students, and it should exercise this power. It
p this semester, after members decided to remove the the threat of gas warfare would be terrible to see this country slip into major
i f group from the Infirmary's direction. Therapists in the In- With the facts in front of them, Alligator readers conflict without even realizing what happened.
" firmary's Sexual Assault Recovery Service previously could have the background and the knowledge of Lorraine Schneeberger is a' third-year journalism'
I, trained COAR's peer'educators to make campus presentation. current events in Saudi Arabia to understand the crisis student.

t But since COAR moved, the therapists have been LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

unable to work for the unless they did their
11, group, so on fun. "
Be good little Let's all be honorable guestsas one another and our society.
"' own time. boys well
as a better football team. improve
In order for to
, COAR is almost through its transition, to'a student & girls at the game Thank you for your support. itself and our allow society people to be

II.$ group that is financed only by SG. We're glad to see UF Editor: As we Gators fans invade Michael Browne themselves, we must' become
1/. stepping in to help this important educational group. Tallahassee for the big game, UF Student Body President aware of what and how institutions

I II,. please remember these few rules Take an hour influence our behavior and interac
or so tions.presentation will do just
' that FSU police will enforce in the '
i alligator Editor stadium. & learn a bunchEditor that.,

First, like at UF games, posses Dr. The Committee on Sexism and
: Jean Mlbourne
, Judy A. Plunkett sion of alcohol and throwing of a slide will give Homophobia encourages all of you
Managing Editor Opinions Editor objects is strictly prohibited and media's presentation perpetuation and of talk on the to take an hour or so out of your

M.D., Cumella Jacqueline Reslier those violators will be subject to stereotypes on Tuesday Dec.sex-role evening to gain some insight about
4
at
,
arrest: yourself others and society.
I 8 in the
p.m. University Auditorium.This .
"' Letters Policy Second, no one is permitted to Phyllis Meek
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page). They should be re-enter the stadium enlightening presentation'
during the
typed, double-spaced and signed They should Include typed name,' address and telephone shows how we are all influenced by Irene Steven
I :
number Names will be withheld if the writer snows Just cause If you have anyquestions call game or at halftime. the media
the editorial page editor at 376.4458. and how this has nega- Co-Chairs of the Committee on
r. This weekend should be a lot of tively affected how we interact with
Sexism, and. Homophobia
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I STD knowledge can mean the difference between life & death I

-
Early one morning on.a study break at a using protection. Condoms come in all styles
Krispy Kreme doughnut shop I found myself -oII* S ..oot.... ...,....\...-. bwo and colors. Why not use a green condom to
listening to a friend sharing a personal di W.t.M t9. ......'. .. _,.. ,,, I... ,.,r...... lighten the mood? Using a separate spermicide -
lemma. with the condom offers even better
protection.

o- Mark,Raines Remember when you have sex with some-

BE one, you are having sex with every person I
SMARTJohn they had unprotected sex with. Worrying I
about ruining the mood by bringing up the
had recently been dating a young use of a condom is foolish. Auth said that
woman.They had been out several times and nothing ruins a sexual mood more than an
had engaged in sex on two of those occasions. STD or unexpected pregnancy.As .
Immediately following the second sexual encounter
,Julie told him that earlier in the year I realized after my discussion with
she had been infected with a sexually transmitted John, STDs can happen to anyone. In a
disease (STD) after a one-night stand l.r pamphlet titled"HPV..What's that?",a young
with another young man. Julie assured John man named Jeff shared a similar realization:
that she had seen a doctor and was treated "I always had associated STDs with prosti-
with antibiotics,making it safe for her to have tutes and drug addicts, but I was wrong -
sex. She decided not to tell John before, more than one million people are diagnosedwith
because the dates she had told about the HPV every year. Even me."
STD had dumped her.

John did not know whether he could trust HPV is a family of 60 viruses that often
Julie. To be safe, he made an appointmentwith result in genital diseases such as genital
his doctor. After several checkups and warts.
on the specific case.The worst thing I learnedis
he she would not have lunch with the
or
tests, John was told that he had not con- be
that in rare cases, genital warts can
next day. The key to avoiding STDs is to be in-
tracted chlamydia, the STD that Julie had. transmitted without sexual contact.Auth said
The trust factor involves sexual formed. Being sexually active should involve
Before that morning,John and I had talked that there have been cases of people becom- partnersnot
wanting to doubt the health and safetyof being responsible for your body as well as
times 'but about
anything
many never as ing infected with genital warts after using a
each other. Auth added that times your partner's. Sexually active college students
serious and seldom without exchanging sar- many
tanning bed.If the tanning bed is not properly
the will "Don't I'm the need to know how to protect them
castic' remarks. Though disturbed by the cleaned after a genital-warts infected, nude woman say: worry. on
situation John described, I was pleased that sun-bather uses the bed, the virus could pill," and the man.will not wear a condom. selves against SID and how to detect STD
The health educator that males symptoms. Avoiding blind trust with One'ssexual
he had shared it with me. It was one of those infect the next nude person using the bed. suggests
moments when you are glad that a friend can reply: "I want to be responsible, too. Even partner and not having sex while
in I Chlamydia cases are the second most the pill is not perfect." By responding this under the influence of alcohol could greatly
'confide you. .After our conversation,
commonly treated STD at the Student Infir-
realized thai STDs can happen to anyone.To way, men will not be implying that the fe- decrease the risk of transmitting an STD.
The'amazing attribute of this STD is
mary. male's health is unsafe, but that the types of
find out more about STDs and how to that men and especially women who are protection are not fool proof. I found out many details concerning STDs
prevent their transmission I spoke with UFs infected with chlamydia could possibly showno by talking with Auth. Others concerned
health educator, Joanne Auth. Through the symptoms. As in Julie's case, chlamydiacan "Most people do not intend on giving their about STDs can call the Student Health Care
UF Student Health Care Center's brochuresshe be treated with antibiotics. When dis- partner an STD"Auth contended. "Usually Center ((392-1161, extention 281)) or visit a
provided and our frank and eye-opening cussing the seriousness of STDs on college it is a case of innocent infection. The person physician. There is an abundance of thingsto
discussion I learned a great deal about STDs. campuses, UF journalism student Debra does not know that he or she is infected,"so be learned about this subject.
Hessler said The fact that could the necessary precautions are not taken.
On the average,the UF Student Infirmarysees : chlamydia
more than 1,000 STD patients a year., show no symptoms makes it more frightening It is a fact using protection, such as a The seriousness of STDs goes beyond
In an unscientific calculation, Auth estimated because you may not know you are condom, can minimize the STD risk. The treatable STDs such as genital warts and
that 1 lout of every 10 to 15 UF students infected by it." American College Health Association re- Chlamydia. With the increase in the numberof
will be exposed to an STD during their col- Auth said that the two factors that fre ports: "While condoms do not provide 100 AIDS-infected victims, knowing about
lege years. Out of the two dozen STDs that quently lead to the transmission of STDs are percent protection, they do provide the best STDs and practicing safe sex can truly be a
exist, genital warts are the most commonly alcohol and trust.Alcohol can alter a person's protection available. Women who feel hesitant matter of life or death.
treated at jhe Infirmary. judgement and could lead to regrettable ac- about providing condoms and insistingon

Genital warts are 'often found in and tions. My friend John's first sexual encounter their use need to remember that many My friend John overreacted; Julie had
around the genital or anal areas on both with Julie resulted because he was drunk.Dr. STDs are more dangerous for them (because been cured of chlamydia. Instead of worrying
males and females, one to three months after Richard Keeling, a noted AIDS educator they bear children).? about being infected with an STD after have
the virus has been transmitted.This STD can is often quoted as saying: "Some people, In relation to the common hesitation of ing sex with Julie,John should have consid-
be treated chemically or through liquid nitrogen when under the influence of alcohol, would discussing condoms, Auth suggests that sexual ered the risks beforehand. and worn a
laser beams or- surgery depending sleep with someone the night before whom partners have a sense of humor about condom.FRIDAY.


I Bush is not showing his strengthEditor I

-

: For the second time this year, George Bushis especially Israel.
allowing others to frame the debate of an important Yet now that 96 percent of that Washington
issue in America. Once again, he is moving fraternity we call Congress has successfully pre-
served its skin for another two the focus of
from a position of strength to one of,weakness.The years
the debate is being directed toward legal arguments
first instance"was the budget battle. Bush
concerning executive and legislative powers under
his "read-my-lips" promise in
correctly reneged on the constitution.
the deficit and achieving real
for solving
return While the question of who has the power to
reforms in the budget process. However, Bush the focus of the debate
is
make war a legitimate one,
allowed congressional Democrats to frame the debate
ought to be on the continuing rape of Kuwait, and
the bubble"and
whether ,
of to"pierce
as a question
the threat that Saddam Hussein would
enormous
the rich. And raise taxes they
raise taxes on
pose if he should remain in power.
-
reform.It .
did on everybody without a budget -
Bush should have asked for a congressional
did not have to happen. Bush was an im- mandate to use offensive force before the Novem-
mensely popular president with sufficient support ber elections. He certainly would have gotten it. A
from House Republicans to sustain a veto. We now successful show of support would have dispensedwith
face the prospect of an unresolved deficit and a the ,legalist power struggle for control of
Democratic lead', charging for more taxes in the American foreign policy.

next Congress. The real issue would then return to the forefront:

'The second instance the crisis in the Persian ,Do we solve the Hussein problem now,.with the:
Gulf. Bush showed great skill and leadership in support of the international and Arab communities,
gathering international. consensus behind his or do we fight him later, alone, in) Tel Aviv?

commitment of troops. Hussein represents a threat Wiley A. Rariden

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phone, pool. Next to Oaks Mall and 175. RENT/SALE 7 Real Estate Reitz Union Cashier's OfficeM
Rent by week or month. 450mo. 331- ALOHA GARDEN APTS ... F lIam.9pm
1618. 12-14-19-1 3 br 2 ba, $545 per mon plus a free New QUIETI OUIETI Arredondo Farms- rentals 8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed
Year week vacation on Daytona Beach on from $260 Incl. water, .sewer garbage
OAKBROOK- bd/ 2 ba, new furnished Utl 377.0555. 12-14-16-2 pick-up lawn mam. Also some great 9 Autos ,'." Medical Bookstore ShandiM.F,8am.4.30pm
washer/dryer pool, 1/2 mile from cam buys. Quietl Will take long term travel 10 Wanted I
pus. Call 376-6696. 11305.1 Super Clean 2bdr/l ba duplex apt, central trailers.' 378-9291 Open weekends too
heat/air, fenced yard, bike to UF, pet 12.14.47.3) 11 Services By Mail:
CASABLANCAAvailable Howl I 2 bedroom OK 310mo. Call Sarah 375-3378. 11- Use forms appearing weeklyin
/ 1 1/2 bath. Partially furnished, 30-5-2 3 Br1 ba 12 x 64 mobile, home wIg. 12 Typing Services the Alligator Sorry, rio cash by
wash/dry. $450. Call 3054273933. addition ceiling' fans, washer/dryer A/C 13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA or checks only.
12.14-13.1 Studio, I lbdr/2bdr apts available now, must move from lot $3000.' Call Rich
Spring or Fall semesters. Walk to UF 334-6542. 12-3-5-3 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

Bdrm, private entrance turn, cntrl A/C. College Park Properties. 371-7777 11- Payment by VISA or Mastercard
Use kitchen and Ivlng room. Most utili!. 305.2 1987 SKYLINE 14 X 56 2 bd/1 I bth Excellent 15 Personals ONLY. Five, dollar minimum.
turn. Avail. Jan. 1. 91. 1740 NW 3rd PI. cond Alamar Gardens SW 20th Ave 16 Connections M F 8:30.4 pm.
$165 mo 372.2284 11.27.1.1 2-bd opts d/w, porch, $375; 1 with w/d split plan must sell fast $7900/obo 336-
$385, central h/a, fans, on bus. SW villas. 4884 Bill 12-6-5-3 17 Notices
Own room and bath In 2bd/2bth full turn. 373-0701 12-14-15-2 o How to correct
Brandywine apt. close to UF, pool A1 units-rent own 18 Rides
Jacuzzi wt. room, available now. $225 House for rent: Sbedroom 2bath, nice $ 25"145 ((36 months) Prime park 19 Pets cancel your ad;:
phone 338-0209. 1255.1 yard In quiet NW area. $390 per month. Alamar Gardens 373-4244
cats ok, 7mm bike, 378-1932 afternoons Save this once a week ad 11.30.1.3SUBLEASE 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:

4 eves. 11-30-5-2 Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri. 8.4 pm.

FOR No refunds can be given. '
RENT
: One bedroom apartment for rent quiet

2 NW neighborhood 7mins, only $165 : o When will ad Alligator errors:
UNFURNISHEDWalk ?
month cats ok. 378-1932 eves, prefer' your run
4 HOUSE/APT. Check your ad the FIRST day it runs
grad student. 11-30-5-2
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1280, Call 373.FIND with any corrections, before .
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. 1 bedroom apartments bike, to UF Quiet F/NS needed for own room & bath in a Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. spacious, moat'utilities included central 3bd/3ba apt. in Spyglass. For Spring. DAYS after RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- heat & ac. Villager West Apartments 371- $228/mo + 1/3 utll.! Washer/dryer.. Call they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor-
76-2 7777. 11-30-5-2 3356525. 11-30-4-4 Ads mailed in or placed at the. rected ads will be extended one day.

Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
Oak Glade Apts near UF i VA quiet 4bd/2ba apartment W/D cent ac.', 5 bilks REGENCY OAKS fins to share 3br/2ba placing !the ad Changes called in after
THREE
t. washer/dryer available In most units for from campus, well lit parking pets ok, $120 .hartl/$I 650wn + 1/4utility December days to apPear. Ads the first day will not be compensated
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$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 18-28 1 ft 2 Bath $730 mo, clean nice available Jan 1. 90 free ASAP call Christy 3368152. may run for any length of time

$250-$375, sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- Call 377-8965. 12710.2 11.30.12.4 and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:

76.2 2 bedroom apt 1 block from campus Sublet 1 br, furnished or unfurnished in Sorry but there can be no refunds Corrections must be made in poison at
The Alligator office BEFORE NOON
INCREDIBLE completely remodeled, 600 sq ft. $390 The Laurels w/d dw ALARM & more for cancelled ads.
There will be a $2.00 correction fee.
Available 1-91. Call 336 4151.
Efficiency Apt. per month. Call Scott 3762424. 11-30- 11.30.104 -
Starting at $185 5-2
Starting at $235 /2 BedroomMEADOWCREST
PHOENIX up/down/ apts! hookups dishwasher Regency Oaks-ibd/1 1 ba $345/mo available
1 110 NW 39th Ave carpet $310. KEY MANAGEMENT Jan. Call John at 373-4694. 12.3-
,,I 378-3988 3723060. 11-30-5-2 10.4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT SUBLEASE:. HSE/APT ,
f'
375-3861
. 12-14-76-2 Studio Apt-walk to UF nice, safe neighborhood Sublet 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse Pool I br1 ba unfurn at In The Pines. Big Sublease In The Polo.. Three bedroom
, utilities included. Hurry, won't volleyball laundromat, pets allowed. enough for two. 365/mo. Available end three bath, upstairs, pool tables, volleyball
NEAR NATIONWIDE/SHANDS/VA 2BR, last long $275/mo. 371.2322 Lv. Msg. Close to Shands, In Mt. Vernon $495/mo of Fall term. Call 3771597. 12354. tennis, and more.. 250/mo Call 336-
Call 3777344. 12-14-10-4 7202. 12.4.5.4
walk-in closet/skylightquiet $350 12-4-5-2 .
area.
,, Spacious 1 bedrm.) Pools
KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060. 11-30-5- Indry. Dig living
... 2 2 bdr/ 1 1/2 ba Townhouse. Close to PARK PLACE* big 2bdr/2ba avail Jan 1 1. and dining. Full semester! lease. Reduced Male needed to sublease a room In 2 bd/
Shands/VA/UF. Wash/dry hookup.Pets Close to UF, $490mon + security dep. rate. Call- 'leave message, 1 ba on 20th Ave ASAP. $165 + 1/2
Check Our New Specials' arranged. Quiet location. $360 Call anytime 335-3556. 12410.4 336-1789. 12-3-5-4 utilities Call Mike at. 373-3162 leave

All Amenities Available $379. Call 336-1905.. 12-14-13-2 message. 12-4-5-4
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Sublease apt. 1 block 'from UF 170mo. 1 bdr apt avail 12/16/90-7/31/91/ sec dep

,- Roommates Available MILL RUN. nice 2 bdr/ 1.5 ba condo w/ Available early to mid.Dec. Call Scott at & Dec paid 290mo. Call Trade or Kirk One bedroom Sublease

1'fi-' We're No. 1REGENCY pool 'laund, dshwshr turn avail. Asking 376-2424 17.4 or Greg .372-8123.. 12-14- Tracie 336-8823 1 11-30-3-4 or Picadilly 376-2483 man $250/mo neg. 'Sun:- apartment.Bay Apts. Call Tony

110 OAKS $400/mo nag Call Deana 378-4511 377-9651. 1245.4 _
*3925910. 11-30-3-2
1, 378-5768
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fll 3230 SW Archer Road POLOS f nit. own bedroom/bath, Roommate needed for Spring and/or 2 bdr/ 1 1/2 bath townhouse, walk to
COUNTRY GARDENS ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2bdr/2ba w/'study, washer/dryer furnished or unfurnished Summer, furnished apt, own bdrm campus, .pool, laundry volleyball safe
1.1, 373-4500 end unit blinds S50/mo, Call 3352703. $255 + 1/3 utll. Lots of extras. Call 336- $185/mo + 1/3 utll. Call 335-9693 12-5-. area Pets allowed. No rent until Jan. 1
t! 7866 Iv. message. 11.30.7.4 5.4
12-.14-12-2 Call' 33 .388. 113034FM
( 2001 SW 16th Str.et't ,

12-14-76-2 1 b.droom/lba. kitchenette, use of pool Available Spring in Gainesville Garden Sublet 1bdr (turn house, utll included. 3
t r tennis court weight room, n.x110 laundry Townhouseswalking distance to UF minute walk to UF. Call 373-9757 / for own bdr short term lease Park
SPACIOUS big enough for 2. Great location. across from Tlgert. Own room for F In 5 180mo. 12-5-5-4 Place fully turn No security req close to
ONE BEDROOM APT $335/mo. 377-4759. 12.12.10.2 bdr/2 ba apt. $175/mo + util. 378-0657, campus $19400 Call 335.5438 Please
t''.. ONLY 1273MO.LYONS 11-30-5-4 Sublease large 2 bd/2 ba apart leave message 12-4-6-4

9 APT SW-2bd/t.5ba twnhs, w/d/ hkup lease Wlndmeadows available 1-91 Call Karl
\y4'j 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 ends May, $360/mo.avall, Jan call Anitaor ..L.PARK PLACE***)* 335-9236 or 336-4606 close to Butler Rm In 3 br/2 ba home.' 2.5 miles to cam
12-14-76-2 Enn at 373.3028.lv.m..g., 12-5-5- 3br/2ba/ sublease for spring. $6lO/mo.. Plaza. 12-6-5-4 pus. 250 mo. + 1/3 utll,;' NW area/very
ri 2 Contact Josh at 3357138. 11.30.5.4 secure.. House new/very nlcel Will go
t 1 bedroom apartment furnished or unfurnished '
Sublet I.rg'"udlo last/372-8705. 11-30-3-4
apt. 1/2 mi. from UF "
.., rent negotiable. WILLIAM- Units avail. 295/mo.; 2 bdrm 1 ba. Biking SUBLEASE Immediately 2bed/1 ba apt in $2l5/mo. Avail, after. finals.' Call 376-
BURG VILLAGE 376-1253, 12.14.37.2 distance to campus. Prof.-pre-prof. Student SW area, close to UF, Shands, and shopping 3877 12-6-5-4 Sublet b/2b. Jan.-July 1st, $475 m. No
pr.'. Must well 335-2733 after 4 center. Centr heat/air, 2 swimming Deposit Required. May renew lease.
Duplex apt., 1 BR, LR. Kit, bath AC/heat pm. 12-6-5-2. pools. No dep/320 a month. Call 334- URGENT! Need by Jan F rmmt needed' Quiet pool tennis, pets allowed. 375-
3 blocks from UF. 1 blk off Univ. Ave.' 5726. 11305.4 to share 3 bd/2 ba apt. $148 mo + 1/3 8240. 12-4-8-4 _
$225.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR A- 2 MIN WALK TO UF. Starting' Jan. utilities. Hawaiian Village. Call 378-
'
N Frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338- Roomy t-bedrm whuge kitchen $260mo. Apt directly across 'from campus. Completely 4805. 12434Brandywlne F' lor;" own br/ba In WINDMEADOWS
1839. 11-30-10-2 a/c + hdwd firs. Call 371-9981 Iv mes furnished only $188 per month: 2br/2ba. pool & laundry. Avail Immediately
e- sage. 1265-2 Free: convenient parking. Available Dec sublet. 2br/2 ba Jan-May. until May 1991: $225 + 1/2ut Kelly
MORE FOR YOUR $ 193712410. 11-30-5-4 $24S/mo., Own. Ig bdrm, ba. 373-0893 335-7118g. 12-J4-12-4 i
I SPACIOUS 3 ft 4 bdrm 71
lownhome' 1 Large 20 x 14 rm with kitchen cabinets, 1243.4
Claws, to FCC I UP fenced yard & bath. 5 blocks N of UF. Sublease 1 br/1 ba $2SO/ mo. Off SW 20 '. "'Sublet 1 1 br 'furs apt in Colonial 'Manor.Smin .
6 Woodgat 3334544MISWTStllStre Manor Apartment Private entrance, $175 mo. 3780972. Ave. Thru'July 31, Call 336-7307. Iv till Partially 'furnished 2 bdl 1 ba.' 1320111\0'\ to Tlgert. Watdry3rd; or Sth floor,
n 12-5-4-2 mag. 12-14-13-4 Aug 1. First month rent and no de pool, asap. 1290/mo 378-7810.7pm. or Ivmsg. .
: posit. Call
t 371-4790 anytime 12-5-4-4 113054I

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5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE ROOMMATES ROOMMATESFemale ROOMMATESNS ROOMMATES


VILLAGE *Casablanca W. > rmmt needed for n/s serious student Own room
MIF for
needed 01
/ roommate sem
Roommate available Reserve your 2br/2.5ba. wa/dry scrn patio, cell fns In nice. older home 2 blocks from campus / F needed asap to share 2br/2 1/2ba. Oak Forest $200/mo including sp utils
room for spring Bus service Avail mid.Dec $262/mo + 1/2ut 305.973- $180/mo. + util 378-1292 or 378- twnhse Own master bd/bal Fully furnished Call 336.1210 anytime day or nlghlfno !
to UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn. 4424/3353127 11.30.8.5 5897 1 11.30.9.5 w/wash/dry, Only $225+1/2ulill one home,leave message 12545
tiesl I Call 3355330. 12545
$175 $250 per roommate/month/
MZ Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor Serious m student for clean rm In Ig F n/s rmmate for spring in 2 bdrm apt Oxford Manor: CHEAP 3bed/3bath/ sub. Need rmmt House six blocks from campus .
375.0207 7bd/2ba upstairs apt 3blks to UF 1616 behind Norman. Own room wood floors. $140/mo + 1/4 util Fully turn
11-30.27.5 NW 3 Ave. $160/mo + sec + lease. no $150 month + 1/2 utilities 376.5486 Ive let: available Jan 1. new plush grey carpet Wash/dry & more Call 378.4437 126
& tile washer dryer option, call 338.0715
pets 4959024. 12'4"105 message. 11 30-8 5 5.5
leave message 12.5.5.5
Windmeadows n/s F to share large master -
bdr In furnished 2/2. Available Immediately Duckpond m/f/ needed to live with Rob n Female ns wanted for Spring! Own roomIn Own room In 4bd/2ba home. 1 1/2mi from F n/s needed for own bedroom partially
, spring $165/mo. Call 335.5284. Darryl $165/mo/ +1/3/ util + $160 dep 4 b 2 ba furnished SW apt w// alarm. Private furnished close to campus Just
wood floors Rent now or 91. Cynthia $lOOdep & $145/mo + 1/4 utilities Call campus entrance, central
spring
I 121420.5 heat/air 150/mo+l/4utihties F prel 375 $140/mo + 1/3/ util for spring & summer,
373.2555. 11.30.5.5 soon-335 6148. 12435
1477 12.3.3.5 Call 336.4447 leave message 12655F
Oxford Manortemale ns to share 2 bdr /
2 ba apt, partially furnished ADT security Roommate wanted to share 3bdr./2ba. Roommate n/s to share 3 bdrm house 4
: $250 + 1/2 utilities Call LeA- house 6 mi. east of UF. WasherDryerand ml from campus cable, micro fans heat F rmmt needed for own rm in 3br/2ba apt wanted. Own rm In nice spacious 3/2
system in Park Place $200/mo 1/3 util Call house. .
2 blocks N ol 0 Dome
+ $158.33mo.
nne or Joy 3774056. 12.14.25.5 many extras $175/mo./ and 1/3 util! $135/mo. + 1/3 utilities Call 372 7921
376.6827. 12.7.10.5 eves/wknds 12655 335.9263 or leave a message 12.5.5.5M 373-6490. 12.3.5.5Female

I Available SUBLET: Georgetown Apartments F n/s roommate wanted for own bdr/ba In Female roommate own bedroom 1 blk Needs 2 roommates for sp 3bd. bath rmmt needed for spring in a 3 bd/
now great location. house l/2m to UFo ac&heat 2 ba house Safe NW location 5
brand new mobile home from Norman cable cent min. biketo
$150/mon'h November treat Call Steveat Washerdryerpets i48/mtlv\ nice fully furnished .
$158 + 1/3 ut 371 6739. 12.3.3.5FOLDS 191 1/3 utils Please
campus mo. +
Must like $175/mo
I 336.1338 leave message 127.20.5I negotiable dogs lots of parking ASAP Call Jen 371
+ 1/2 util! Call Kathy 375.8489. 11.30.5. 2074 Ivg message. 12435 call 3772403. 12455Roommate
I F n/s needed immediately own
WALK TO UFII 2 bedroom/1/ bath $175. 5
bdr/bath/ /
washer/dryer security system wanted to share 3 br2 ba
COLLEGE PARK. 411 I NW 15 St. 371- Private Room I Blk to UF, Lock Mail box, Fully Roommate furnished needed own to bedroom.share apartment.Two bdr. Lots of extras $255 + 1/3 ulil 335.5648. apartment in Sparrow on Tower Rd. students ,.
7777. 11-30-10 5
cox cable, utilities Incl. Share 1 1/2 bath Needed for spring semester only $175/mo + 1/3 util Call
kitchen/bath $150mo. 376.3291 or 491 Call 335.4254. 12655 WINDMEADOWS APT. Fem Roommate Drew at 3328436. 12455
F/N/S for Spring. Own bd/ba $268 1/3/
+ 2083 beeper. 11.30.5.S needed for Spring 2bdr 2bth $280 + 1/2'
utilities w/d Included. Call Kerrl at 336- Male or female roommate wanted to Ulll 336.7815. 12555 1 M for own rm in 2 br1 ba in SW area

6393. 113010.5I Orlando n/s F needed Jan1 to share new share 3 bdrm apt. all util paid every Close to UF $195.00 mo. plus 1/2 utilities .
3/2 house w/2/ recent UF grads $240/mo. month $200 monthly. Extremely close to MUST SEEI! 2bdrm 1 1/2ba/ Condo.fur. Call 395.6492 or 641.3519 (Jax).
I need home. F
a n/s seeking same to
Call Piper 407.293.8318 leave message campus Call 376.2338. 12.3.2.5 nished except bdrm w/d Inc. $215/mo + Leave msg 12.11.10.5M
sublet or share apt. for Spring semester
11.30.5.5BRANDYWINE 1/2util F/ns needed 1/91 SW area Very
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Please. call 372 9389 or 305 792 5387eve Own room In 2 bedroom townhouse clean 3365659. 1255.5 Dec 15, small turn apt in large home

befor.,0pm.30.0.5 F n/s needed to share a East of Norman Hall close to UF wI priv entrance, bath, cable
room: 2Sdrm/1ba! : fully/nicely turn: $200/mo., utilities Included. M/F ns needed to share 2bd/1/ 1/2 ba apt quiet clean, patio No pets In non.party
Need F roommate for own bedroom In $160/mon. 1/3 util; Come seal 373 Call Rich 376.0743 ( eve) In Mill Run. Only $218/mo + 1/2util/ Movein atmo. Mature only $225mo + util!
Windmeadows $195/mo./ available January 0024. 12.4.7.5 12.8.5.5 immed, rent paid until Jan 3355457. 3782016 1245.5
Call now 3364136. 125105 121412.5

Roommate wanted N/S to share 4 bed Female to share 3 bedroom house in Rm in 3 br2 ba home. 2.5 miles to
Roommate needednonsmoking 'female room 3 bath house with pool* game quiet N.E neighborhood wash/dryer F/NS needed for own room & bath In a campus 250 mo. + 1/3 utll.I NW
3 bdrm 2 bath, Regency Oaks Call Marcy' room fire place. & hot tub wash/dry cent. air. fenced yard. Pets ok $150 + 3bd/3ba/ apt. in SPYGLASS. Rent nego area/very/ secure. House is new/very
3366883 126105 275.00. Includes all 373.3247. 12355 ulll 377.7609 eve. 12355 liable Call Kathy at 336.4975. 12555 nicel Will go last/372/ .8705. 11.30.3.5Classifieds.

Nonsmoker to share upstairs of house 3 F Roommate needed for nice 3 bdr house
blocks from share in NE, Safe ch/ac .
UF. 1 room & closet neighborhood
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disk drive, 88 Ford Ranger XLT V6 5 speed stereo
RM (prefer NS F) In 3/2 Lg. Covered Roommate- own room 1 block toMather .BARELY.USEDi:. Apple He computer w// dual Gator colors mint cond. $7800.00 Call
Dual Cassette Stereo $50; Radar Detector color monitor, 80-column card, mouse &
Bridge apt. 2 ml Irom campui. Great !/. Wood floors. $170/mo + 1/2 3347031. 12-6-5-6
place to live' Only $180 + 1/3 util. Ask utilities Starts January 377-8217. 12-3- $50; Casio Keyboard $20; Coil 377- Joystick software wmanuals/ & Im-
3208 & leave 11-30-3-6 agewriter (II( printer $1250 obo 338-1938.
message.
lor Jennl- 3722907. 12+5-5 12-6-6-6 PLANE TICKET FOR X-MASI I Tampa to

Columbus, OH Leave 12/20 return 1/3/
Quiet. F n/. for spring to hare 2 bdl 1 ba FORMAL dresses-short & long, sizes Call 376-9272. 12-6-5-6
near law school. 207.SOmo/ + 1/2 util. 6 FOR SALE 357. 338-1932 Iv. msq 11-30-3-6 30 gal Aquarium 100% complete $130 $230

No pets, guys, drinkers, partyers, late-ni 30 cal. semi-automatic M-1 rifle $150
For sale" mens Raichle ski boots size 8 XT clone 640 K ram, 30 meg HD amber
ters, or music! Call Julie at 374- 377-6191 12-5-5-6
rap Disk 2-360k drives, soft-ware $650
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Intermediate level' excellent condition. mono neg
1. 4792. 12455F drives, 2 film cassettes 2 film canmsters.. Call 336-9362 leave message If not In 15 speed Touring Paramount with tools. Toshiba printer 24 pin fonts $300 neg
Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 3784137. 12-5-4-8
NS to share 2 bdr/ 2 1/2 ba townhouse 11-30-3-6 Eve 466-3646 Day 392-1924 Mr. Kern.
Perfect for small typesetting jobs.Good
yrs.
Shands. Serious student Avail Jan 12-5-5-6
near machine for small type shop System Car stereo equip. Sony removable CD YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RINGA

1.1937$125 Robin.mo +12.14.13.5 1/2 util. 371-3076/338- Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 8 font player Alpine 4ch amp, 2 x 10. punch GRADUATION SALE: $120-motion-ree( college graduate? Wear your credentials

disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at subs (sealed box), 2 x BA tweeters: call queenslze waterbed Art-deco bookcaseand a college ring from Jostensl'
for Info. There Is a difference; look for III University
373-9926 more Frank 373-0145. 11-30-3-6
M/F/ smoker ok to share 3 bd// 2 ba houseon bar w/high chairs, white-mica book-
Book and Supply. 11-30-1-6
Tower Rd. W/0, fireplace nice yard, caseidesk. Price negotiable. Call 335-
Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more For Sale: child's table and chair$75,
12-6-6-6
wooded lot. $200 mo + 1/3 utilities.Need brands are all at our New Location! Car am. kitchen table and chairs- $75 video 4761. __ Plane Tlcket-Rndtrp from Orlando to

Ivemig 2 rmmts.. 12.11.10.5Fm. 332.5825 ask lor Russ or Stereo Specialists 321S NW 13 St. 372- camera$300, gas grill- $35. Call 371- O'Neil wetsuit (L) like new $100. Elec. North Dakota/Minnesota 'leave Dec 21,
return Jan 2-Cheap call Tammy at 371-
12-14-76-6
2070. 3274. 11-30-3-6 guitar paid $300 will sac $125. Also 1764. 12-6-5-6 .

need roommates lor POLOS beg. acoustic $35, Roman chair sltup mach.
January 1991. Prefer upper class/grad ((2)) Rockford Punch 45 amps. $150 eachor MUST SELLI Office furniture- aec. workstation Call 332-6323 12-30-2-6
-v. student.! Own bdr/ ba. Call or Iv message both for $290 and Alphasonik PMA desk, 4-drawer file cabinet sec. 14K GOLD CHAIN $75
335-5990. 12-3-4-5 2070 $89 338.1128.12.5-7-8 chair alarm, odds & ends supplies. Call Apple IIGS, 20m.H.D., color RGB mon., 2
373-2128 eve. 12348UPUTER 3.542 5.25 drives, color Imagewnter OBO,

ROCKWOODroommates needed lor 3 COMPUTER-AT & T PC IBM compatible, printer under warranty, $2,500 HP97 interested call 371-6986.: 11.30.1.8

bd3/ ba, avail Jan. 1, washer/dryer, sec. super software CGA graphics, math $200.336-9609. 12-5-5-6
system, In front ol pool. $235/mo + 1/3 coprocessor hard drive. $795 call 338- Cerwm Vega D9 Speakers$700 obo Kenwood

util.' No pets, no smokers please. Call 1939. 11-30-4-6 ISKOUNTERSShop CANNONDALE 12sp racer Digital tape deck, single tape, auto
3364725. 12-7-8-5 Black.whlte and beautiful reverse, search $150 obo Call 377-4538
2 Dorm refrig., stereo. equip, 2 typewriters $350 Call Phil 377-5731 ask for Joe. 12-6-5-6
F N/S Roommate needed for spring + class recorder 2 fans, and Honda around and then call us. We'll beat Leave message. 12-5-5-6

summer (for own room In 2 bd/ 2 ba at Nighthawk 850 for sale. Call Rich 334- any competitive prices. 373-0782. 12-4- Alpine eq., n.w. $90 obo, Surfboards
Rocky Pt. apti/ overlooks 6542. 12356ORLANDOSEATTLE 5-6 Slate-of-art stereo systemll Adcom 8'4".1 mo. old exc. cond. $170 obo, 6'8"'
pond/pool/vcr/Call/ 338-4304 $209.50. GFA5S5 amp, Beta preamp Denon CD- Spectrum semi-gun great cond. $160 obo
12-4-5-5 2 tickets one way. BICYCLES lor $50 and less guaranteedby player, Fried speakers, tapedeck. Mark 3739883. 12-6-5-6
Dec. 15. $125 each. Call 371-6055 after bike mechanic all are 10 speed. 336- $895/000/ call 336-7750. 12-30-2-6
OXFORD MANOR. Female N/S lor 8 p.m. 11-30-4-6 1972 and 3787228. 12-6-6-6 FUTON AND FRAME SALE

spring Own room In 2 bd// 2 ba, partially Waterbed kg'. $50; Fox srf.bd. trifin, S'10 Extra thick cotton/foam/ futons, & sofa-
furnished security system, wash/dry, Mountain Bike 1990 Diamond Back Apex. MOVINGI! Must sell living room furniture $75; Sampson gtr. remote $150; Skateboard bed frames. From only $200 per set.
available nowl $250/ mo + 1/2 util. Call Brand new Door comp. $425. Call CHEAPI Call 377-0237 Leave Message. ramp 1/2 pipe freell 371-6739. 12- Call Al 373-3127 or Matt 3772110. 11-
3347779. 12-4-5-5 3781510. MUST SELL! 12-3-4-6 12-4-4-6 3-3-6 3015.8


Trinidadian sidnt seeks rmmt fm Jan 91 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Banana Republic brown leather bomber.
to Jul 31 at Gatortown Apts Call Dirk or Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K.40 Radar Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL Toshiba, Size 38. Brand new, $100. Call 335-1238.
Richard 336-6798 alter 9 pm Ir mr details. Detectors Infinity Sanaul, Sony, Crunch Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 12-5-5-6
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12+5.5 Orion Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo
125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6
We Beat All Prices 3733754. 12-14-76- Pioneer home eq. 7 band, and Deltaiomk' CINEMA 4

...LAKEWOOD VILLAS*** 6 car eq 7 band w/sub/ over $50 each, call
DISCOUNT HI-FI 3702 NEWBERRY RO 373-4277
Need mil/ lor own br/ba/ In 3 br/3 ba $232/ Eric 3354973. 11-30-2-6

mo + 1/3/ util. Security System CALL 4-sale dinette table, coffee table, tv cart, 722 S. Main The Red Bldg. $3.50 ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6PM

NOW 3359599. 12-4-5-5 dresser night table, full-size bed, desk, WE ARE CHEAPER LONDON 2 one-way air tickets departing
wicker chairs, mirrors. Call Lilian 335- Orlando 12.18.90 $300 lor both. Call 1-
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.. Greenwich Green n/s female: own bed- 2948. 12-4-5-6 12-14-76-6 439.1327, 12-5-5-6 (R)

room and bath, wash/dry, security sys M0.1.7sur.! .
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control ".10. 8.30: T.4S: 10'00
tem. $270/mo+1/2util. Call Samantha Furniture: wh. couch, dining tbl w/2/
GOLF CLUBSII Full set with Ping golf truck will
any car or van fully guaranteed
3351945. 12-5-5-5 chairs, coffee & matching end tbls, kingsz.
Sorry Jack, Chuck 't Back
bag and brand new grips never usedll demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes-
mattress All neg Call Steve 374- CHILD'S MAY > (R)
N/S rmmt needed In 3/2 @ Foxmoor Condos Only $240 Call Dave 334-9012. 11-30- sage. 12-14-37-6 9534. 12.30.2.8 300-I20-710-81S;: :, :

pool, own W/D, (urn, 6-6
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Shows Below Are$1 00 BelOIt 6, $1 50 Attar 6
MICRO/CENTER/ Computers 376-1146
cable, ph, also Incl. $270/mo, Dec free
336-0296. 12-7-7-5 Car stereo for sale: Kenwood cass tuner. Editor's choice Hewlett Packard .* SALE John Ana, r
CD changer & eq., 2-Alpine amps and a Northgate M/C Prices lower than PROBLEM CHILD (PC)

For Spring to share a 2bdr/l.5ba, furnished car phone. Call 336-1600. & leave mes mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb, Bass Guitar Sales from $49' 315-S10-7.00-900: :

townhouse with w/d cable lor sage. 11-30-5-6 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk, graphics monitor. Ibanez Bass $199
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1088, Harrison Ford Raul Julia
$225/mo. + 1/2 util. Call Larry 332-6357.
12-14-12-5 AM FM Stereo-Speakers $30.00. Child Northgate 38620$2499.. Leading Edge Fender Strat $399 PRESUMED INNOCENT (R)
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Organ $5.00. Broiler $5.00. Child Sesame 386SX laptop w/40/ MB hd & battery- Guild 12-String $299 : : :

M/F prefer' Law or Grad student. 4 NW 25 Street Chair $5.00. Call 373-0422 $1995.1 & 2 year warranties Onsite war Ibanez Acoustic $99 RH.-t.I'MII..l T.leMM.7AM.KH

St. No deposit necessary. $210/mo obo. Evening 11-30-5-6 ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer- $185.
Cent a/c; llreplace. Needed asap. 377. HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University Gold Standard 377-2646 I
I 6334 12-30-g-S! OAKTREE SHADZ: SUNGLASSESRayBan$35.Vuarnet$45.Bolle$40etc. A v.. 12-14-52-6'

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FOR SALEG'vIJl..Charlotl..L.A. REAL ESTATE AUTOS AUTOS 11 SERVICESNW


1 way Dec. 19 or GOVERNMENT REPOS 8 condo '85 Nissan 200ix, 2 door dlx, hatchback, Pontiac 1000 1984. Excellent condition Mini storage at I.75 & NW 39th Ave
standby $150080 Stephanie 378.7833 $22500 to $46900 in SW and NW, $500 5 speed, a/c, tm/fm tp, sunroof, power new clutch, tires, itarter 84K miles, a/c near Oaks Mall area, 5x5to10x20lrom
(male ticket) 12656 down with payment beginning at $1114. door/locks Excellent condo 335.5303. am/fm, asking only $1600 aba Call 334 $20, 10% disc. to ttudents 3328917
FLA USA Realty & Investment Inc. 378 5290 12359
'77 VW Bus.good condition, brand new 3783. 11305.7 1981 Nlassan Maxima'silver, diesel, pwr SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE
carb kit, papers Must sell l400/best sunroof ft windows, automatic 100,000 Buick '77 Lesabre wnew transmission Get confidential testing and treatment at
offer 371.0851, Magic bus 12656 8 MOTORCYCLESHONDA miles In good condition. $2000 335.4937. Good reliable transportation. Moving out PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377X1881)
of town- Must Sell. $599 3366211'
Roundtrip airline ticket Gainesville Mitsubishi Mirage 1990. 16k miles, air
to NIGHTHAWK ** GATOR MOVING **
conditioning, am/fm 3 15' Inch BBS rims 3
power steering peice gold good
Norfolk Leaves Dec
,Virginia 21, returns
550 Low miles, New tire*, 2 helmet EXTRAS cass 3345737. 123109 condition $150 each let ol 3 lor $400 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing i
Jan 6. $230 obo. For more info call 334
Call Eric 334.8783 $900 1130 371.3599 altar 4. 12.4.5.g item/Hse Full. Dayt/Eves Long die
8958 Christine 12 6 5 6
5.8_ 1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS pwr door LlC/Int/ Harry/Bill 3744791. 12.14.76.

locks, seats, windows, a/c, auto, wht '84 VW Rabbit GTI, wht IXt/ blue Int, tint .
SAFARI AUDIO,.lor all of your car stereo 1988 Honda Rebel $850. Good condi ext/blue Int. Exc condo must sell best am/lm cassete Sunroof, a/c. Good condition SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
needs Come see the experts st lion, Call 462.2960. 12.5.8.8 offer 3345053. 1210159 Paper Must tell $2500 obo 335 boarding woodser facilities *
Safari Audio. 4110 SW 34th St n, 3361128 1845. 12+5.g hay rides parties .* sales A working
125156 Moped Almost new) 1989 model Tomos Nissan 300 ZX 196S tpeed, students accepted. 466.3224. 375.8080.

Bullet blue/49hp bent rear rim only flaw am/fm/tape, air, T.top, excellent condition 1984 JEEP RENEGADE CJ.7 In mint
must be replaced Graduating/must or best offer Call 332-8473. 12.S. condition Fully loaded Asking *SUNBELT MOVING*
7 REAL ESTATEHome $1 per week In gasl Paid $600'a iteal at 10.9 $6900.00. Call now at 335.3666. 124 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies
$300 hurryl I Call Dan 336.7804. 12.4.3FOR 5.9
1. Item House full Local/Lng dist
8 75 Olds Omega.4dr, straight 6 cyl w air, .
lor sale? Land for tale? Buyer Lie/Ins/ Priced for Students I Mart375
new paint, tires, tint, see to appreciate, '87 Dodge Charger, 4cyl., 5 speed alC, MOVE. 12.14.76.11
Market? Don t let an opportunity to tell SALE: 1 1987 Honda Spree scooter,
"CLEAN 371.7481.
$1500 11.21.5.g am/fm
tape, new brakes and tires, tint
I your property pas you byl Alligator Classifieds red, excellent condition Reliable. clean
very excellent condo 4000. 336- AAA STORAGE
I offer you the cheapest way to $40000 o.b.o. Call 336,1(28, Iv. msg. 82 Honda Civic: 4dr, new motor brakes, 4531. 12.5.5.9 Close to UF, Convenient
keep your real estate in the public eye tires, and a/c Tint. $23000bo. 371.7481 4x4x4 $15/mo
Where else can you keep your property In 9 AUTOS Dat 610' Needs right front panel Runs 4x8x8 $30/mo
the market lor as little as lour dollars a 1988 Ford Bronco II XLT. Excellent condition ok. $400 obo 375.1477 Ive message 12 533 SW 2nd Ave 377.1771
day? To make it even easier, you can 34,000 miles A/C/ ft all options,
place your ad over the phone: all you a/c 84 Chevy'84 Chevy Cavalier Celebrity, automatic station, 4 wacon door,, asking 10500. Call 3738265. 11.30.51987HondaCRXSIredIstowner 1987 HYUNDAI EXCEL GL *FREE*
need i is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call ,
condition
speed great MUST SELLI I
am/lm, a/c 6 3355303. Test
auto, cylinder Pregnancy
373 FIND today to place your ad. 12.6.20.9 pampered $2400. Call 372.5691. 12329 Gainesville Women'lHEALTH
sun roof, and more. $7500 obo.
ROCKWOOD VILLAS 3 bdr3/ ba townhouse Call 3739975. 12359 1986 FIERO SE black, sunroof, 58,000 CENTER
'87 Mazda 626, 2door, LX, Sspeed. air, 720 NW 23rd Avenue
lor tale $545 and assume mortgage original mile*. In perfect condition.
Completely furnished am/lm tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks 46k 81 TOYOTA TERCEL 2.door, a/c/ needs $3700. Must sell.best offer, Call 377 377.5055ABORTION
[ 3057815171. 12.7.8.7 mlg Excellent condition, must tell 335 tome work but runs great Asking $700 5528. 12.14.11.9 (To 24 Wks)
5303. 12.6.20.gORANGE obo. Call 378.1034 ask for Steve or Iv BIRTH CONTROL

Beautiful, large 3 bdr/2 ba house Family AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW message 12559 10 WANTEDLocal Gynecology Services
room, garage, fireplace, large fenced
RATES, low last drive- .
MONEY
payments COLLEGE Private scholarships
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88 black NISSAN SENTRA 2dr. 4
,
Walk 4 blocks to UF & Shands.
yard. thru service, le habla Elpanol 377.2277. 30K clean Artist needs: GOLD, Gem, Class College Scholarship Locators pob
Assumable $8,000 cown 338.0256. 12 speed, very good tires,
+ 377CARS. WE CARE 12.14.17-9 $4750. Call 375-8416.. 12.7.7.9 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie Fine 1881 Joplin, MO 64802.1681' 800.879.
Jewelry 3739243. 12.14.76.10 7485. 12147511

MUNCHIES 1 -; REUSEABLE ; .,1 TOYOTAMYERS *NEED 12 FSU TIX* BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS


1 In Gainesville I LARGE PIZZA I SERVICE CENTERWE Ask Call lor collect FrankDesperately 407.299.0025

1233 NW 10th Ave.
All You Can Eat 1 one item 1 SPECIALIZE ONLY IN TOYOTAS seeking 4 FL/FSU/ tix 372.1664
$1.00 OFF 1 1 CALL AND ASK ABOUT OUR LOW PRICES Will pay top $$$. Please call 3360640. MCVISAlnsuranceFree

F Dinner Buffet 1 $7.oor 1 376-6752 Keep trylngl 11.30.3.10 Pregnancy Member Test

750 OFF 1 Limited Time Only 1 Going to south Florida lor X.mas? I will National Abortion Federation

Lunch Buffet 1 FREE DELIVERY 1 $24 Tofy's Corner $2* pay $$ II you will haul my lola to Gainesville ..
Prices include drink I for me on your way back. Call 335 *** LET'S PARTY **
& tax I Price. does not include tax Sunday "Evening Sczfoo Buffet 1495. 126510 Gator Boogie 371.4919 Professional DJ
1 (Limited Areas) 1 .
1720 W. Univ. Ave. MIl 1 $Z jf the ngularfrta' f$16.91. ***NEED 2 or 3 FSU TIX*** service all musical formalt 12.14.4211

(next to Golden Scissors) 1 338-1609 101 J'U"696c4r5-7e2a OfaittfMfn.Utmi Call 371.6595 Lv Msq TOP$
1 No Coupon 1 *tit Sm CmtaMittrf HypM' ,m
338-1609 CombinationSPECIALIZING I_ $IwftItIlfI.IotJrIN 1 124319 Need two FSU tix 332.6085 leave "MARIJAN OF HOLLAND"
.. Custom made clothes & alterations, no
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message. pattern needed, 20 yrs exp Flit service .
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SZECHUAN HUNAN AND
1980 1990 Hondas, Suzuki, Kawasaki, a dirty car, think of Dave Complete pro.
Yamaha, call 335.4548. 12.5.5.10 leas lanai auto detailing $40 336.1314
CANTONESE STYLES I with One Hour Purchased I II
V Lunch Buffet Need FSU tickets. Call 332.9652 CIBACHROME PROCESSINGVibrant

Anyday I after 3pm. color & detail
Dinner Specials
1 0 i Prints from Slides
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Banquet Rooms () Dec Special 8 x 10. $9.75
CHINESE I 1-8 pm I Luna Tech Lab & Photo
Take out service
1'1 3722770 123511
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"One of the best Chinese Only
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restaurants In town"' I I Scholarship information services
Only ont coupon per lbKPanama .
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3830 SW 13th St. Across from Legends 336-6464 336-8037 L 3431 f.W. Archer 377-POOL'
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Typmg/Wordprocessing. WordPerfect 375-8967 you need money for Christmas? Want Plus Notes-We will be having study Tennis offers 25% off sportswear,
5.1 1. quality work, fast results, low rates, Sell Avon Full or Part-time We Train. a job you can work on your own time?Call guides available on Nov. 29th for CHM 40% off warmups & 50% off aerobic; wear
dependable personal service. Tara 332- Benefits Insurance 12-14-76-13 472.4107. 12-4-10-13 2045 and ADV 3000(2nd( ), and on Nov. DAILY plus a whole lot morel Check us
1469. 12.14.76.12 30th OMB 3205, GLY 1000(3rd( ), and AST outll 11-30-12-15
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate Informal Sales-students needed to sell 1002(4,4-5)( ) will be available. Any questions -
TypmgtkLaser Typesetting* In new drug study for the treat handcrafted Peruvian jewelry & other call 3716954. 11.30.2.14 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
resumes a reports a letters etc. ment of Jock Itch (fungus of groin), call neat stuff-Call BJ for details 454-3501. Get special student discounts on exams
376.5465* 3500 W. Umv Ave. 331.5379. 12-1263-13 11-30-5-13 YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING and all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD .
Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 From the only class ring company with 3770881. 12-14-76-15
e eee NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top Paying $10 to qualified 18 + aged volunteers the financial strength of being a For
Term Papers Typeset Resumes Famlllee, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs to participate a 1 hour appt. In a tune 500 corporation. Jostens) There Free labor with string purchase at EZ
Business Legal Personal Etc. Only Inc. 1-BOO-468-B699. 12.14-54.13 saliva research study Must be taking It difference; look for III! Acropolla. Tennis: 30% off tee shirts; 25% off
G'ville Handicapped Typing drugs for asthma, high blood pressure, or shorts, shirts sklrts-365 days a yearll 34
YOU WRITE IT. WE TYPE IT 378-7179 Paying $75 to qualified' volunteers to participate depression. Call 392-6796 11-30-4-13 15 PERSONALSDoing St Plaza. 11-30-12-15
12.14.50.12 in new drug study for the treat
ment of athlete's 'loot Call 33 1.5379. Seeking someone to do occasional ironing Permanent Hair Removal
Typing & Typesetting Theses, 12-14-35-13 Will pay $1- $1.25 a piece. Call things hallway nn't part of our Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
Diss. & Manuscripts ONLY 375-4618 for more information. 11-30-3- style. When It comes to quality, the word Info about the PERMANENT removal of
Experienced see Grad Sch list 13 compromise isn't part of our vocabu unwanted facial & body hair 3744307.
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40.12 DEA INTELLIGENCE JOBS. All branches nisi 34 Si Plaza 372-2257 1130.12.15VuarnetCarreraRayBanGator
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US Customs DEA etc. Now hiring Call SSTUDENTS GET CASH$
FAST Accurate Beautiful Typeset Papers etc. ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. K9486. 12-14-13- / Great For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
Dissertations, resumes; prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical 372-1226.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central -
.. charts/graphics, laser copy/disk inC. The Now (Hiring. Call ((1)) 605 687-6000 Ext. Male and Female dancers for strip-o- Laboratory 3765563. 618 SW 4 Ave. I Clly. 12-14-76-15
Professional Editor. 3713517. 11-306- K-9486 12321.13 gram deliveries. Great payl Balloons block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15
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from page 16A

a a head coach. He's a class guy, : ". ---
but the Gators will always have Iwo I
I
black eyes in Charley Pell and
Galen Hall. And I'm not even going
,i mention basketball.
1 'SOCK'!!"

"Gee whiz, Batman, these Gators
sure '!look like a good football team as3
> % year," says the Boy Wonder.
Yes, old chum they do," says I
Bdiman. "But looks can be deceiving
,"
.
So bring it to FSU, Gator The i
!Seminoles are going to ser i. '!the .,
Cators packing back to Gain \ Me
with their tails between I I'IPP' !
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knees. But that's not a new .I irk
fur Florida, now is it? !
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The new format could make a
close to impossible for an SEC
team to win a national champion
ship. Georgia, playing just six con- S ,11 :ult?' -" t. Nt:
ference games, was the last SEC ""
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team to win a national title, sailing
111
undefeated through the 1980 sec! %
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The eight-game conference slate { s ss1 fi?f {. iss M yy{ ; s 1. %+ 1fi ,

will cause snags off the field as well.
UF's schedules already have been
drawn up through 1997, schedulesthat fist, S1t ,,, ?FN'fp '1f '3
tri t > s :s>:,
include FSU, Miami and two MP s 1fisyfl +

on-conference opponents. Free-
ing itself from one of those contests W3sNN/{ t,
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could be difficult, UFathletic direc-
s, 1i's
tFtffs ,
h
tor Bill Arnsparger said. y
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"I'm sure there will be some s{ p j
problems with (rearranging the
schedules)," Arnsparger said.
"Those are things we'll discuss t
within the conference."

The divisional winners will playa
"inth conference game at the end
of the year for the SEC champion-
hip Arnsparger said the possibil-
''Y ci,; big-money games was too
tnti: {, I'j prospect to pass.


"Certainly this will give teams amore
attractive schedule,"
ATTM!>nrger said. "The restructur-
ing makes for some good games "
j\ and a good television package."

The presidents also voted to
adopt' a 16-game conference bas- There's such
ketball schedule. no thing

UF basketball coach Lon Kruger
said the new structure can only
help his rebuilding team. Under as a merry widow.

the new format, the Gators will play
16 conference games, two less than
last year UF will play each team in
its division twice, home and away,
and play teams from the other di-
v !sion once a year, alternating the

p.te: every other season. Every 22 minutes a drunk driver turns an American family/ upside down. So that you and yours

"Our conference schedule is
very tough. Reducing it by two might be spared some of this anguish, the agents and employees of Nationwide Insurance
f games could help," Kruger said. "It

gives non-conference us'more' flexibility opponents.with" our urge you to drive sober-a/ways./ You see, we consider drunk driving a Nationwide problem.


But said his
won't undergo Kruger the transition program facing NATIONWIDE I I "! I INSURANCE

4 UF's football team. Nationwide Is on your sideI

.> "Except for shortening the con-
ference schedule, I don't know if
this has much effect on us." .



NOVEMBER 30l990AWGATOR,15 .


I Dawsey emerges as Florida State's 'Wonderful One' I


ByGREGQDOYEL three reverses for 67 more yards. ...."'
Alligator Staff Writer For the year, Dawsey's 100 yardson -
seven carries is sixth on the '
Over the last three years,Florida team, and his 63-yard scamper r.
State has had more good-hands against the Tigers is the
people than the Allstate Insurance Seminoles' longest run of the year. ( Ilk
branch In south Tallahassee.The It's that kind of explosivenessthat
foursome of Terry Anthony, has UF defensive coordinatorJim
Ronald Lewis, Bruce LaSane and Bates joining the Dawsey fan
Lawrence Dawsey latched onto club.

hundreds of passes over that "Dawsey's a big-time player," a
stretch as Florida State won 32 of said Bates, whose defense is fifth
36 games. in the country overall, fourth
Now, with Dawsey the lone re- against the pass. "He's caught 61
turning member of that receiving balls this season, and he's got the
corps, the Seminoles are learningtwo determination to try to score every
hands can be every bit as good time he touches the ball."

as'eight.And Dawsey hasn't quite done that,
suddenly, the Fab Four has but he does lead all FSU receiversin
been reduced to the WonderfulOne. touchdowns with six. His 17
career touchdowns tie him for K
"I really like being the big part fourth on the all-time FSU charts.
of our offense this year. It's fun," Dawsey has two touchdowns
Dawsey said. "I like running with apiece in FSU's last two games,
the ball.I just like getting my handson victories over Memphis State and KEVIN WISNIEWSKI-ALLIGATOR
the ball." Cincinnati. So he pads his stats Lawrence Dawsey Is the lone returner from Florida State's 'Fab Four' of last season. Terry Anthony, I
Dawsey, a senior from Dothan, against the patsies, right? Bruce LaSane, and Ronald Lewis have gone, but Dawsey returned this season to lead Florida State
Ala., has had his hands on the ball Not a chance. Dawsey pulled in with 61 receptions.

enough to lead the Seminoles with 13 passes against Miami, good for Dawsey said. "I'm the oldest guy said. "Jimmy's had a the best cover guy on our
61 receptions, fifth best in school 160 yards and a touchdown. out there, and I have the experi- He's only been beaten and he's the best receiver on
history and 10th in the country. He Against Auburn, he caught eight ence in the big games." That's not a bad ratio the It would be dumb not
has caught at least one pass in more passes for 69 yards. erybody has been
Faced with shutting Dawsey me on him. I'm not going to
Florida State's last 29 games, one And if UFs explosive offense down will be UF senior corner- from Richard." it."
shy of the school record. stakes the Gators to an early lead,
backs Richard Fain and Jimmy If Fain has it his ,
way
said he won't avoid
The 6-foot-1,195-pound Dawseyis the UF secondary want to
may Spencer. Spencer, in his first yearas will boil down to a
game either. In fact
Dawsey
off of his throw says
coming one biggest a fishing net over Dawsey.
starter, has been burned for Dawsey face off. Fain won
year."I'm to settle with the
a score
games of the year. He riddled Against Miami, 12 of his 13 recep- scores three times this season as tle last year, helping .
Memphis State for 133 yards and tions came after FSU fell behind opposing teams have shied away Dawsey to one reception
two touchdowns on eight recep- 24-0. Dawsey's pass-catching bar from the All-American Fain. yards and intercepting a Fain will be the best
tions as the Seminoles rolled 35-3. rage brought the Seminoles to back I've faced this year.
tended for the
explosive
And it could have been worse. within 24-16 before Miami finally But Bates isn't worried Dawseywill I'll be looking for'..
Dawsey had two other touchdowns pulled away. try to pick on Spencer. "If he's hurting us, I'll to," Dawsey said. "He had
called back because of penalties.And "The coaches know they can go "We aren't afraid to put either have to get on him," said on me last year.
for good measure, he ran to me when the chips are down," Jimmy or Richard on him," Bates has two interceptions this I can get him back."


I Basketball game complements football rivalry I


By MATT FOGLESON Though UF ((0-2)) leads the all-time series Kruger said. "We're concerned about their award in 1989, given to the state's best high
Writer 26-13, the visiting team hasn't won since the big guards. They like to push the ball on school player. Edwards averaged 24.9 points
Alligator 1984-85 season. transition. and 12 rebounds a game as a senior at Miami

Seniors Dwayne Davis and Livingston UF head coach Lon Kruger said he under Though FSU lost two seniors from last Senior.
Chatman will leave UF with a 3-1 record stands the magnitude of the rivalry even year, they are still expected to be a force in
against intrastate rival Florida State if they though it is his first year at UF. the Metro Conference. Game time has been changed from 7:30to :
The Sunshine Network will televisethe
7
can stop the Seminoles at Tallahassee to- "It's very intense,"Kruger said. "You don't Senior Michael Polite, a 6-foot-7 forward p.m.
night. have to be here very long to understandthat. who averaged 14 points and 8.5 rebounds a game.

Last year, 12,027 packed the O'Connell ." game last year, is the Seminoles' top re-
Center to watch Davis, a 6-foot-7 center, and Kruger, who coached at Kansas State last turner. And sophomore forward Douglas The UF sports information departmentalso
Chatman, a 6-foot-7 forward, combine for 30 year, got a first-hand look at FSU ((1-0)) when Edwards,who didn't meet academic require- announced that UFs Dec. 5 game at
points and 16 rebounds as OF beat FSU 8269in the Wildcats beat the Seminoles 71-70 in last ments to play last year, is considered the James Madison has been changed from 7:30to :
the men's basketball team's season- season's Great Alaska Shootout. best recruit in FSU history. 9 p.m. to accommodate SportsChannel's
opener. "They really like to pound it off the board"UNLV'soprobation Edwards won Florida's Mr. Basketball broadcast.

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II postponedThe I players' rivalry." Women'steam
GAMEfrom The Seminoles and the Gators have
NCAA recanted its son tournament in exchangefor page 16 similar offensive schemes: both in tournamentRiding

punishment Thursday to the heavy sanctions next the 10-1 record would teams rely more on the pass than the
likely put
year
University 'of Nevada-Las year.The Runnin'Rebels will run. UF has 2,846 yards passing and a three-game win
the Gators in the AP's top five in the
Vegas, men's basketballteam not .be allowed to play 'on final poll. 1,648 yards rushing, while FSU has ning streak, the UF women'sbasketball
;saying that the Runnin' television next season or 2,454 and 1,981, respectively. team will travel to
For those reasons, it could be the
the Seelback Cardinal Classicin
Rebels would chance play in the tournament in
get a four different
time between
biggest game ever between the two UF splits Louisville Ky. this week-
this season to defend their 1992. teams. Though UF leads the series receivers while the Seminoles
1990 NCAA championship.The UF wanted a similar pun 22-9-1, the Seminoles have won the often throw to senior Lawrence end.UF -
decision'came almost ishment for the Gators. One last three meetings. Dawsey, a wideout who has 61 will open against Colorado
two months after the NCAA's' suggestion was that UF Such was the case before the Auburn catches for 827 yards and six touch State Saturday at 5 p.m.
Committee on Infractions decided would be allowed to play a' and Georgia games. This year's downs. and then face either host lou-
not to reverse its decision bowl this year and not next seniors had been defeated three FSU's defense has not been as con- isville or Eastern Michigan in
keeping the UF football year. years in a row by the Tigers and sistent as UPs. The.Seminoles havea the championship or consolation

team from playing 'in.a bowl l Spurrier said he does not Bulldogs. But the Gators, with their weak defensive line but a strong set game.. '>
this yean\, /: ..* > ''resent the Committee on Infractions new air attack, took care of them of linebackers in Kirk Carruthers and The consolation and cham-
"I do think Iri fair",UF for :changing easily. Marvin Jones. They also have a solid pionship games will be playedat
coach Steve:Spurrier: said."Both UNLVs penalty Two down, one to go. And the FSU cornerback in Terrell Buckley, who 1 and 3 p.ra The Gators
"
the coaches: and the **. game may be the hardest test of all. has six interceptions this season. ((3-0)) defeated the University
playen'felt their deserve, to "It doesn't'do any good to "This is the biggest game for us," Their defensive backs are really of Central Florida Wednesdayfor
ffhmxtlai. **"; ''i"4. ,*K::fc\f..... f RUI\ : get.mad ';now.he: ,said.' Mills said. "It's the one I play the good said UF quarterback Shane their 13th straight victory
::That hermit'UN We've put. it behind us*1f ; : hardest. Matthews. "Probably the best we've against the Knights. ..
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.postsea--, .. ..aSHARONOINN'v';; The Auburn, Georgia rivalries are seen. We'll just have to do whateveris -ALLIGATOR. .STAFF. : REPORTFRIDAY
"".t A Yyy Ps... ,. ,. {IJ,'''i:;' \: 'r (" *;'.;J!"" more fans' rivalries. This is the successful." I



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UF packingEditor's 'HH ex Florida StateNote


note:The Alligator and the Florida s a : This column was sent to the Florida
Flambeau (Florida State's newspaper) Flambeau.
swapped columns making fun of each other's Let's cut out all the formalities and gel
football team. This is the FSU column. W right down to the heart of the Florida-Florida
Hello Gator fans. I'm currently writing you State rivalry.
f.from: the Batcave, which is secretly buried The Seminoles have won nine games The
under the Capitol building. As we tune in, Gators have won 22.
we see Batman and the Boy Wonder gath 'Nuff said. '
ered intensely around the BatComputer.0 .
Ron Kaspnske
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UF football coach Steve Spurrier said he hopes the Gators still will be able to someone up there at the Women's
Dynamic Duo is analyzing a puzzling play Miami and Florida State annually.extends. University might want to mention the 1987,
question that their arch-nemesis, the Rid- 1988 and 1989 games, but there's no need to
dler, has left for them: What's the difference bring up those petty Florida State victories
between Cheerios and the Gators? SEC scheduleBy I especially when the Gators won the six
With amazing insight, Robin quickly games before that from 1981 to 1986.
comes up with the correct answer. See how this works? UF lets you win a
"Holy probation, Batman! I've got it! The GREGG DOYEL allows each school to play all five division couple of games,just to keep the fans happy,
Cheerios belong in a Bowl,"he says proudly. Alligator Staff Writer opponents and two inter-divisional oppo- and then it's back to the stomping that you
"Correct!" says Batman. nents annually. The eighth conference Seminoles are accustomed to.
Sorry dudes, but for the second time, the Southeastern Conference presidents game would come from an inter-divisional But don't worry. In the true spirit 01 pity,
esteemed Southeastern Conference has voted 8-3 Wednesday to add an eighth opponent that would rotate annually. UF's top scientists have compiled a top-10
stripped UF of the Sugar Bowl and its $3 conference game to football schedules, a Joining UF in the eastern division will list of things FSU can do to achieve the
million payoff. move that may prevent UF from playing be permanent opponents Georgia,Tennessee importance Florida's real university has.
t' ?. As they used to say on the old Batman TV both Miami and Florida State annually. South Carolina, Kentucky and Note: Because of the difficulty of compil-
series: UF renews its series with the Hurri- Vanderbilt.The Gators keep rivals Auburn ing such a list, the scientists began workingon
"OUCH!!" canes in 1992, but the decision to add an and LSU as their two permanent opponents it sometime around 1963. But now that
And the Gators were quick to criticize eighth conference game one UF Presi- from the western division and will play the it's finished take heed.
Florida State for joining the Atlantic Coast dent John Lombardi!voted against-could remaining four teams,Alabama,Arkansas, Here's 10 ways to improve Florida State
Conference? hinder playing Miami on a yearly basis. Mississippi and Mississippi State, on a 10. Get rid of that stupid Indian with ''he
"Holy reverse criticisms," says Robin. Lombardi! said the eight-game slate rotating basis twice every eight years. flaming wiffle ball bat or whatever it is he
} Forget about the national rankings-they won't allow UF any flexibility in schedul- When the changes take effect for the tries to stick in the ground.
fail to indicate that UF's supposed No. 6 team ing. One solution may be rotating in-state 1992 season, the Gators will play eight 9. Tell Kirk Carruthers to stop worrying
has dropped the Miami Hurricanes from its rivals Miami and Florida. State on a yearly conference teams, Florida State, Miami about the fancy gloves and the mousse in his
schedule."I basis. and one other non-conference team every hair and play some football.
might be color blind," says Robin, "butI "We're locked into the schedule and it year,unless the dates with FSU and Miamican 8. Build a retirement home for Burt Reynolds
I know yellow when I see it." gives us very little flexibility," Lombardisaid. be changed to an alternating basis. so no one ever has to see him in a really
Yes, FSU lost this year against Miami, but "It guarantees us a tougher schedule UF coach Steve Spurrier said he would bad television show again.
at least the team had enough backbone to than almost anyone in the nation. The prefer to play Miami and FSU in the same 7. Force school president Bernie Sliger
get on the field with the Hurricanes. SEC's awful tough already.You add Miami season. A seven-game conference sched- to join a real football conference.
"OOFF!!" and FSU to the schedule, and the playing ule would have assured that. 6. Convince Bobby Bowden that the
Gator fans say FSU plays patsies on the field is not quite as level for us." "We thought it would be seven. This "Statue of Liberty" is a"doggone good" trick
field.Of SEC officials would not release the re- puts us in a much different situation," play to run against the Gators.
course, it's tough substituting the Hur- sults of the vote, but acknowledged the Spurrier said. "I'm in favor of playing both 5. Tell the toy company that makes erector
ricanes when the Gators are unzipping the abstention of one president.The (Miami and FSU). sets to dismantle Doak Campbell, that
Akron Zips in the middle of the field. new format could make UF's schedule "I'm sure (the decision) has something poor excuse for a stadium, and give it to
"Gosh Batman, how lewd," the Boy Wonder considered the country's second-most to do with money somewhere down the needy children.
<. added as he pounded his fist into his difficult this year, even tougher in 1992. line." 4. Get someone who attends FSU to score
i palm. The conference will be divided into two higher than 820 on their SAT.
The truth here Is that Seminoles are really six-team divisions with a 5-2-1 format that see SEC, page 14 3. Lose the bisonwailinginpitifulmiserycheer
happy that the Gators put grass back on and the Bruce Lee-on-acid hand mo-
Florida Field. That way it gives the UF UF for 10-1 season I tion that goes with it.
cheerleaders something to snack on.' goes 2. Don't be afraid to play somebody other
"KA-POWH" than Miami and Florida every year. How
I And you know what Gator fans? Just be- By SHARON GINN cornerback Richard Fain. "It wouldn't dev tough can East Carolina be?
cause you hate it so much, word has it the Alligator Staff Writer astate me,but it would definitely be avoid." 1. Bring back !"peon" Deion. So the world
Marching Chiefs will play the Seminole War The NCAA already has created a void can hate FSU just a little bit more.
Chant for the entire 60 minutes of the football For the Gators, 1990 will undoubtedlybe for UF by banning the football team from The scientists recommend, because of
'k game. That way Seminole fans can serenade looked upon as a successful year. postseason play. That, coupled with the your limited capacity to learn, that you take
I.!i you throughout the game all in the name Fans, players and coaches will remember Gators' 45-3 loss to Tennessee, likely will these recommendations one at a time.
of love. UF's 6-1 record in the Southeastern keep UF from contending for the national Florida understands your learning disabil-
\ I "UUUGH!! Conference, the league's best. The 9-1 ities and wants to help. However, you must
title.So
Last night, the Seminoles had fried gator start, the best in school history. And being some players said they see the FSU take the first step.
I for dinner. Fortunately, most of the guys ranked in the Associated Press'Top 10 for game as the bowl game that will top off Oh, and by the way, if you're wondering
the ones who liked it that FSU fans are still will stop at three.
But the players something's
say "It's not the setting of bowl
a but
t worried about. game, Uncle Steve's back in Gainesville and all
missing.If it's similar to a bowl game," said wide ?
"CRRRUNCHI"Bobby is good agafn. Need proof than that
the No. 6 Gators, after trashing Au- receiver Ernie Mills.A more
Bowden has the sidelines of
paced Ask UPs other rivals Auburn and Georgia
Doak Campbell Stadium for 71 victories. He burn 48-7 and Georgia 38-7, don't beat No. victory over the 8-2 Seminoles would what they think of the 1990 Gators.
has been a pillar of Tallahassee.community 8 Florida State in Saturday's 7:30: p.m. -ensure the Gators of a 10-1() record, the best Prediction: UF 27, Florida State 20.
for 15 years. match up at Doak Campbell Stadium, their in school history. And despite the fact that Tallahassee should prove to be a suitable
Steve Spurrier is a perfect "0-0"against us season will be much less than perfect."It UF will not be playing in a bowl game this place for Gator parties this weekend.
will be a small void itwe go up there.and'donlt You're along.
than welcome to
t see FSU, page 14 see Game,' page 15 more come
beat, them this year, said UF Just) remember to keep a low profile.
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