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Victim's sister first to receive Hoyt scholarshipBy I


MATTHEW SAUER "We'll award the scholarship every year, kind of tragedy, sometimes the other kidsin SFCC before going on to a university- and
Alligator Writer so there will always be two Christa Leigh ( the family) can feel rejected. This is a the scholarship will help her make a good I
Hoyt scholars studying at Santa Fe," Keen way of recognizing her." start.
Sandra Hoyt had always planned to followin said. "The scholarship will come from Sandra said she plans to study either But she said she never planned to follow j
her sister's footsteps and attend Santa Fe money set aside in an endowment and will accounting or communications."I her sister's choice of majors.
Community College. Now she'll do so witha be paid out of the interest from that fund." like both so much, but I found out thatto "She was majoring in chemistry and I j
$2,400 scholarship the college created in Newberry High School Principal Harry become an accountant you have to take a couldn't even pass that in high school," she
honor of her sister. Conner said school administrators had big exam and I never do well on tests," said.
Christa Leigh Hoyt, one of the five students planned to award Sandra the first scholar Sandra said. "This way I've got more of a UF has also established a scholarship in j
murdered in August, was honored in ship since Santa Fe came up with the idea. choice." the names of the other four murder victims. j
September with the creation of an annual "We'll choose a student every year after Although classes and studying have been Christa Leigh Hoyt was the only one of the
scholarship that will be given to a Newberry this one to be the recipient of the scholarship tough this semester, Sandra said she has five attending SFCC.
High School student showing academic ," Conner said. "It was pretty well decided been able to maintain her B average. Sandra said she will graduate from New-
promise. early that (Sandra) would get the first "This semester has been stressful and berry in June and will start her studies at
SFCC spokesman Larry Keen said the scholarship. frustrating, but I've actually done better in SFCC in August."I .
scholarship will pay for two years of studyat "She's a great kid and she's been doing some of my classes," she said. just want to have some fun that summer
the college. well in school,"he said."When you have this Sandra said she had planned to go to before school starts," she said.
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By LEIGH GLENN
Alligator Writer

Paul Fertig has attended too many funerals. An
AIDS activist, Fertig has known about 150 people who
had their lives snuffed out by AIDS. ,among them abouta
dozen close friends.
"And I'm 26 years old," said the vocal co-founder of
Gainesville's AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power. 'Tell
me I don't have a right to have rage."
Rage like Fertig's was the driving force behind the
creation of ACT UP three years ago in Greenwich
Village, N.Y. Meeting in playwright Larry Kramer's
apartment, the group was fed up with politicians who,
they said, were neglecting basic education and re-
search about Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.The .
group would grow and sprout unofficial
branches, but the goal remained the same: Increase
Agony of defeat TENIELLE TODD funding for research and eliminate the red tape that
kept treatments unavailable for years.
1988 Julie Dixon is horrified the Gators' defensive efforts FSU in
I graduate by against Saturday
Fertig, a member of ACT UP New York, moved to
night's game. The Gators lost 4530. See related stories, pages 18-20. Gainesville more than three years ago.He volunteeredat
the North Central Florida AIDS Network, but felt
the support group was too hamstrung to tackle any
thing but the societal and and medical sides of the
I epidemic. A non-profit group that receives taxpayer's
Five could vie for SG's top spot money stances,the Fertig network was looking is unable for.to take the hard political

So,along with Greg Seaney,another alumnus of the
Student Sen. Charlie Grapskl and cils President Kim Martin is slated at
By JACK REJTMAN White Student Union Vice President vice president and Student Senator Andrew New York group, Fertig founded ACT UP Gainesville.
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Writer Local member Paul McDonough, who's lived here
Alligator who Senate
Steve McCormick, who announcedtheir Meyer, was president
I The spring Student Government candidacies earlier this semester. until the fall elections, is slated at trea- most of his life, said AIDS has become a local issue
only within the last two to three
elections could have the most presidential Levine, who is working on a dual surer. years.
candidates in 30 years, but most master's degree in business and health "Most of the fraternities have kind "People involved tend to want to stay in the closet
their and their illness and it's contributed
hopefuls are keeping a tight administration said he wants of gotten together in the last couple of about sexuality -
I his before he and decided to an incredible amount of silence, he said.
lip until they calculate to see grades days this is the ticket they
whether the benefits of run < H ...,verifies rumors that he'll run would like to see," Levine said.If Fertig said that lack of concern extends to students
ning outweigh the costs. for the Feb. 13 election. he runs, Levine's campaign plat- throughout the country because they feel invincible.
19911 "The' MBA program is hard, form would include getting graduate ., "Part of it is that feeling that young people have of
Former Student Body
immortality. can do anything and I'm just going to
Student and when you run for president students more involved in SG and )
Treasurer Alan Levine, '"
take a significant live forever, he said. ''I
Vice President SPRING you working with the Inter-Residence Hall
Body and SG's amount of t time and points Association to further the interests of "EVERYBODY DIES"It >>
Kevin Mayeux ELECTIONS from this week that Fertig,who prefers I
Affairs Cabinet your grade point aver dormitory students. was a year ago
Multicultural
Levine said. to call himself instead of homosexual, tested
age, queer I
"IRHA students
director Marna Weston are represents 6,500 J
the latest names being tossed aroundas Although he said he hasn't yet de- he said."We have to do things for them positive for the Human Immunodeficeincy Virus. I
possible candidates. Those names cided to run, Levine has chosen his
I ay be added to the ballot with former running mates.. Board'of College Coun see President, page 7 See AIDS'page 5 !

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Karl at 334-8090. Arabic: The Arabic Cultural Club What's: Happening is free public- ONLYIt's
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Environmentalists protest KoppersBy
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far as a mile away.
LILLIAN MAYOR
"The technology is available for
Alligator WriterA
them to have a cleaner operation.
foul smell was in the air Friday They're just sloppy and arrogant," f t

afternoon as about 60 people pick- said Stan Pollack, a representativeof
eted outside of Koppers Industriesat Citizens for Breathable Air.

200 NW 23rd Ave. Although more than 70 sworn

The UF Environmental Action affidavits of citizens' complaintsare

Group organized the picket in con- filed with the Department of -,
junction with Citizens for Breath Environmental Regulation, he said 00. ;

able Air to protest air, water and "the DER has been dragging their

soil pollution by plant emissions. feet. I

"We've got a lot of people power. But Koppers's plant manager
Norm Hawker said the DER has I
We want to use that to help resi-
been into the times
plant numerous
"
dents have a cleaner environment, I
and has not forced Koppers to
said Betsy Nicholas, EAG's pro-
I
gram director. make changes in its operation.The .
plant itself has responded to
Protesters waved signs reading adverse public opinion. I
"Koppers smells like cacca," "Letus
"We decided to show our good
breathe, no toxic air" and faith. We wrote to the DER (six I

"Koppers, clean up your act" at months ago) to get a permit," I
passing motorists, many of whom Hawker said. "I don't foresee any
honked in approval.The the emis-
drastic changes after (
plant opened in 1917 to treat sions) permit comes in."

telephone poles, railroad ties and Koppers also replaced its scrub- rMICHELE

other wood with pesticides which ber,a device which traps emissions
allow wood to last 35 to 40 years. before they get into the atmo-

Untreated wood lasts only a few sphere,last month. Plans are being KATZ !

years. made to move Koppers's tanks Santa Fe student Scott Schaffer protests against air pollution from the Koppers plant. Schaffer liveson

The treatment process emits a Northwest 30th Avenue the same neighborhood as the Koppers plant. I

foul odor, and protesters said the see Protest page 10
emissions affect neighborhoods as


Dinomania extinct in January; UF professor's novel 4


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Fort Mose settles in its placeOther mocks bodybuilding



exhibits remain at Museum of Natural HistoryBy Book looks at country girl's fameBy


JOANNA GOLTZMAN have a fossil dig box with real display the African origins of the MIKE CARR and ruin her image of perfection.In .

Alligator WriterA fossils that people can dig people, their slavery in early Writer the book, her real name is Dor-
through," Flynn said. "They're Spain, their roles in Spanish colo- Alligator othy Turnipseed.

"dark and scary" limestonecave small fossils, but that's part of ar nies and Fort Mose itself. Having sex is just another work- Despite being uncomfortablefrom

robotic dinosaurs and a rep- chaeology." The Florida Legislature spon- out, says the trainer to his female standing, the audience

lica of a Mayan palace are just After the exhibit leaves the museum sored the museum's archaeological bodybuilder. praised Crews' reading.
some of the things UFs Florida the fossils will stay and be- research of the site and is "Work! Get lean! Lean!,"he com- The audience frequently

Museum of Natural History has to come a permanent exhibit. funding the exhibit. mands as the two break furniturein laughed at the antics of Crews'

offer. The next exhibit to be featuredat "This is a story that should be a violent sex scene designed to character Russell "Muscle" Mor-

Dinomania is the latest exhibit the museum will be on Fort told to the public," MacMahonsaid. make the bodybuilder lose one gan, the trainer who runs the Em-

featured at the Museum, said Mu- Mose. It is scheduled to open on "It is an important part of pound of weight before competingfor porium of Pain, a bodybuildinggym. I
seum Spokeswoman LeAnn Flynn. Feb. 24 and will remain at the both black and Colonial American the Ms. Cosmos title. Morgan often goes overboardin
The exhibit, which opened in Sep- museum throughout the summer. history." The bodybuilder must weigh 124 his fanatical desire to prime
tember, will leave in January. and not 125 pounds, the trainer Shereel for Ms. Cosmos competition. -
Fort Mose was the first legally Permanent exhibits at the mu- insists. .
Dinomania is made up of three sanctioned, free black settlementin include
seum an object gallery,
Through this type of scene a UF In the first chapter, Shereel is
sections.The first contains robotic North America, said Exhibit Co-
and replicas of a limestone cave
professor unmasks in his new dying of thirst, but Morgan won'tlet
dinosaurs that move around in a ordinator Darcie MacMahon. It
and a Mayan palace.
book the ugliness behind the her drink. Instead Morgan
,Body, ,
natural setting. The second consists and
was a military agriculturaltown
"The object gallery containssome beautiful bodybuilders flexing turns up the heater to make her
of a fossil study center with established in 1738, located
live fish and snakes along muscles in national and "In two hours
competitions. sweat says, you
skeletons and fossils from Florida. two miles north of St. Augustine.The .
with drawers and cases full of spec "They look great from a dis- can have four ounces of water or
The third is dinotheater where
a
exhibit will include full- imens from all areas of the mu- tance, but if you take one home to four ice cubes to suck on."
dinosaur movies are shown.
sized drawings and artifacts from Mommy you've got some real explaining "Crews is incredibly funny,"said
"In the fossil study center, we the fort, MacMahon said. It will see Museum, page 8 "
to do, said Harry Crews, Blair Foster, who also said the sex
author of Body. Crews, a UF En- scene and Morgan's domination of

glish professor, read from the first women did not offend her.

I I II two chapters of the fictional novelto "He's sexist, but that's the real
New editor editor selectedGeoff
managing a crowd at a Turlington Hall world," she said.

Times. auditorium Thursday night. "You aren't supposed to suspend
Boucher and Ana Acle unanimously burg
were Some of the audience strained disbelief." said Dave Koehen,
elected editor and managing editor of The Alligator Acle, a journalism senior, is serving an Intern- outside the door to hear Crews a your graduate teaching assistant in
Sunday by the paper's Board of Directors. Their ship this semester at The Palm Beach Post. She
describe the painful and some- "What happens in the novelis
poetry,
the worked this at The Miami Herald and
terms begin at the end of semester summer
times degrading life of Shereel Du- absurd, but it really happens
served both SG and editor
as an reporter news
Boucher, a journalism junior, is a news editorat last pont. Shereel a country bumpkin within the parameters of reality."
the paper and has worked in several capacities spring. turned bodybuilder about to cap- Molly Tamarkin, a graduate stu-
since he arrived in fall 1987. He has served as Boucher's term runs until the end of SummerA ture the Ms. Cosmos title. dent in creative writing, said ,\ I
managing editor and has written about the UF and Acle's term ends with the last paper of the Shereel is not even allowed to Morgan's disregard of everything t

administration and Student Government. He also spring semester. associate with her family for fear but Shereel's! physical appearance I
served an internship this summer at the St. Peters ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORT she might reveal her unglamorousroots I
in front of other competitors see Book, page 9Treatment



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buildup spurs protestsWASHINGTON


(UPI) Fear of a bloodbath if were recounted in the film "Born on the Fourth ol
American and Iraqi forces clash is fueling an escalating July." g 11-101.
anti-war movement in the United States.So Anti-war protests have returned to the Universityof
far, peace protests have been small and scat California at Berkeley, epicenter of the student
tered, hardly reminiscent of the sometimes violent upheaval of the 1960s.
upheaval against American involvement in the Viet- "We have a clear message: Stop the war before it
nam War starts," said Issam Naser, spokesman for the Boston-
That massive movement began as small as the based Emergency Coalition for Peace, Justice and
current protests against U.S. Persian Gulf policy, Non-intervention in the Middle East.
which already has resulted in the deployment of "Bring the troops home," Naser said. The admini.
nearly 400,000 American troops to the Saudi Arabian stration and the media have ignored that there is a
desert. real opposition on the street to the war. The media
Peace activists have grandiose plans to publicize have been making it sound like all the people are SHENSON
their demand that the United States refrain from behind George Bush."
Develop and
launching an offensive against Iraq, which invaded
One-third of voters surveyed on election day, Nov.
and conquered neighboring Kuwait. 6, opposed American military action that would produce Successful
They say they are organizing a nationwide teach-in heavy casualties, according to The New York
at colleges for Dec. 6 and a national student rally for Times. Workshops.
Jan. 26.
President Bush reportedly was irked by strong The newspaper reported that its survey"also found a successful
statements by the National Council of Churches opposing the clear beginnings of the sort of partisan division and marketing It.
that tore the country during Vietnam: Two-thirds of
a U.S. offensive into Iraq and the National
Conference of Catholic Bishops questioning the mo- those opposing American action in the gulf, led by $17.95. paper.
rality of such a war. black Americans, voted Democratic, but more than
But the administration won a victory at the United half of those who say the nation should persevereeven
Nations when the Security Council voted overwhelm- in the face of many casualties voted Republican."

ingly Thursday to authorize the United States and its In terms of numbers of protesters,the Persian Gull .
allies to expel Iraq by force if President Saddam anti-war movement still is small, but it is a disparateand
Hussein does not withdraw his forces by Jan. 15. potentially powerful force. .I
At an Aug. 22 news conference in Santa Monica, The War Resisters League in New York City estimates .
Calif.,veteran Vietnam War protesters demanded that that about 1,000 enlisted personnel in the U.S.
the United States withdraw its forces from Saudi military services have applied for conscientious objector $
Arabia. status since the gulf crisis began.In flffiwp
They included the Rev.Philip Berrigan, 1972 Democratic the Vietnam era, hawks tended to dismiss the
presidential candidate George McGovern, comedian anti-war movement until it grew so powerful it ended
Dick Gregory and Ron Kovic, the Lyndon Johnson's presidency. Some say it also ended ORDINARY.
wheelchair-bound author whose Vietnam experiences the war. STORE. .

I Gorbachev fires Interior Ministry headMOSCOW I"$2. CENTER

10:001'0: 5:00:

(UPI) President Mikhail Gorbachevfired A week earlier he announced a reorganization of
Interior Minister Vadim Bakatin Sunday and the government that would put all Soviet ministries
replaced him with the former head of the Latvian KGBin under his direct control and proposed a "national -- ---
a shakeup at the ministry responsible for ensuring security council" within his office that would include L 8sEsl
domestic order. the KGB and Interior Ministry.The .
The official Soviet news agency Tass gave no reason appointment of Pugo,a Latvian who for a time : :
for the action,which was ordered in a brief presidential headed the KGB in Riga, was also seen as significant : $49 :
decree. Boris Pugo was appointed to replace Bakatin. because Gorbachev has been taking a. harder line : :
"President Mikhail Gorbachev released Vadim recently on the issue of independence for the Baltic. : in One Hour :,
Bakatin from the duties of the Soviet interior ministerin republics. ;: i Offer N.4"rn e.Pr.a Square D".b.31,1990.uar PINT
connection with the transition to another job," Tass Pugo, 53, has had a long career of positions in the : M. (--"It""':"" cY:::;)', i
said.The Communist Party and the security forces. Educatedas : I 332-3937 I 9351234 :
I new job was not named, however, and it appeared an engineer, he became head of the Young Com- ..................1
Bakatin had been fired as part of a series of munist League,or Komsomol,in 1961 at the Electrom-
moves by Gorbachev to regain control of the country achinery Construction Works in Riga. E GLASSES: ;
and the economy amid a spiralling crisis. After moving through the ranks of the Komsomol
i The Interior Ministry is responsible for all local until he headed the organization in Latvia, Pugo wentto : pair at Reg. Price, :
police forces and militia and also controls special work for the Central Committee of the Communist : second pair or a pair :
Interior Ministry troops that have been used fre- Party of the Soviet Union and held a number of party : lenses for FREE. :
quently in the past several years to deal with ethnic posts in Moscow before he eventually returned to Rigato : ( restrictions: apply) n.>1990 :;
unrest and other disturbances. head the city party apparatus. i 0IItr..bptot."*r o.or..n M.****'.
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MONDAY,DECEMBER 3,1990,ALLIGATOR, 5

AIDS UF Provost Andrew Sorensen, a nationally STUDENTS AND COUNSELINGOne

:; from page 1 recognized advocate for AIDS education and student organization set up by Auth is ;
former executive director of the Johns Hopkins trying to make UF students aware that they
A positive test indicates that a person has University AIDS Institute,agreed the epidemichas could be affected by AIDS.
been exposed to the AIDS virus, but does not political ramifications. But he said all diseases The group, Peer AIDS Educators, is com
mean the individual will get the disease such as cancer, are like that."I posed of students trained in educating others
although it is likely. think it's inappropriate to say that it is a about HIV and AIDS.
Someone who tests positive should consider political disease," he said. "It's important that After about eight hours of training, studentsare
themselves capable of spreading the disease to all drugs that we seek approval for be tested to certified Peer Educators and may present
f others through the known means of infection examine their toxicity in animals and humans programs to dormitory residents, classes and
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-the exchange of blood before being placed on the other student organizations. They also staff
)\ or semen. Generally a market." information tables during events such as World
N person who is infected Although he said the AIDS Awareness Day.
will not test positive on Food and Drug Admini-
"I 1 find that stu- t, an HIV test from two T> it stration a prime targetof AIDS Peer Educator Coordinator and UF
weeks to six months after ACT UP criticism agricultural economics junior Ulysses Fisher
dents are being } the infection. could be working faster,he said: "All of our views are educational. We're
From the time of infection said it's doing better now very low-key. We're trying to change people's
more careful # the virus may re- than five years ago. That behavior."I .
main dormant anywherefrom may be a result of pressure find that students are being more careful,
but that theyf a few years to,more from groups such as ACT but that they have that invulnerability complex
often, eight to 10 / UP, he said.UF'S ," he said. "At parties, they're not worried

have that Invulnerability years. If you were in- about getting AIDS or herpes.They're just out
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RESPONSE TO
fected with the virus at having a good time.
complex 16, you could be 24 THE AIDS CRISIS UF sociology junior and AIDS Peer Educator
k and out of college before UF administrators set Natalie Lane also believes UF students need to
At parties showing AMY K. WILES up the UF Task Force on be aware about ways they can be affected by
any ACT UP members Serge Ambroise AIDS and HIV Infection in HIV and AIDS.
? symptoms. 1986 following a mandate They need to become aware and start talking
they are not Because the (left) and Paul Fertig discuss Saturday's
exact"qualifications" from the Board of about with their "she said.
observance of World AIDS Day Regents, sex partner, They'renot
of be- the 13-member panel that taking the precautionary measures they
worried about
ing an AIDS patient is often under review sets policy for the State University System. should be taking.The use of a condom can save
y yY. and changing, a person can be HIV positive, The task force's most visible challenge was your life."
gettingen develop a serious illness and die without ever convincing administrators to install condom Although UF freshman Nik Masters said he
being statistically counted as an AIDS patientor machines on campus, said Task Force Chairman believes in using condoms, he would not ask a
be eligible for any government money that Richard R. Gutekunst. Campus officials potential partner to get an HIV test unless there
accompanies that designation. twice refused the were some hopeof
Fertig said he is comfortable with the personal task force's installa- a long-term re-
decisions that brought him to this pointin tion recommendation w cco Male homosexual/bisexual/ contact lationship."That's.
his life. Physically, the only reminders of his finally ,> 0 eno 23,494
infection have been low-grade fevers he runs at accepting a third < Intravenous (IV) drug use 10,023 corny" he said.
night and swollen glands. He has no other time. About 25 machines in i: ra* o Male homosexual/bisexual/IV drug "Most clinics
symptoms. were installed T3 O muse 2,330Hemophiliacs aren't open at 12

:y Lately, he has been cold more often and on campus in .e .>"? 333 or 1 in the morn
OJ: experiences soreness in his joints. He wonders March. 3; :SH"o : Heterosexual contact 2,667 ing. Most peopledon't
; whether it's the virus of the "I've had people think
or simply part aging N >
who I've consideredto O Any type of blood transfusion 884 that far
process. o CO
be my friends tell o Z Undetermined 2,569 (ahead). Con
j{ "Everybody dies" he said. "I can't deny that.I me that students oen- doms are far
I can't avoid it. 0
should practice ab- Coo enough.
II 1 i icc He doesn't fear death. His fears, he said, stinence rather than (r < g Reported cases of AIDSAs Even condoms
center around dependence on others."I safe sex,"Gutekunstsaid. of Nov. 1,1990.. are not
Y.7q worry about"suffering. I worry about losingmy .The cold,hard 100 percent effective
mind and I worry about losing control of my fact of life is that peo- amid. in stop-
: i bodily functions. Both of those would make me pie aren't going to abstain. ping the transmission
: totally dependent on others." The only way we have to fight of the
1V (AIDS) is education," he said. The total number ot reported AIDS AIDS virus be-
t The Student Health Service offers cause they
A POLITICAL DISEASE cases in the United States was
:t confidential HIV testing.Health may break,
150,149.In
Fertig said bureaucratic red has slowed
4 tape said Karen
educator Joanne Auth said the center
the fight against the disease. Statistics show has averaged 10 HIV tests a Bentrup ,
or herpes.They're .
AIDS has killed more than 152,000 people nationally month."It spokeswomanfor

just out during its existence,a startling number is safe to say that very few have number Florida, tE'\e the North
that has dragged the disease into the nation'spolitical been positive," she said. Central Florida
13,568,
a good arena. Auth said the test costs $15 and AIDS Net
having Fertig said he is angered by the slow pace of students may call 392-1161, extension Alachua Countyhad work.
time. research and federal help, which he primarily 224, to set up an appointment.If 91 reported Also, "with
blames on the lack of political leadership on they make an appointment in per AIDS cases. anything made
this issue during the Reagan era. son,they may write down what they of latex, there
They've done things like agree to allow .want and give the note to the recep- Source, Center!for Disease Control may be a mi-

Fisher : funding but said you can't get the funding,"he tionist. Results come back within croscopicMasters
-Ulysses said.'The money gets caught up in the pipeline two weeks. hole" she said.

AIDS Peer 'Edu- > somewhere."We While confidential, the test is not anonymous said he thinks about half his male
in the gay community we who have this an approach where the subject is identified peers don't use condoms."A .
cator Coordinator illness, did not make this political," he said. only by number, never by name. Anonymous lot of people don't because they say it I
"We're just asking for what's just and what's testing is available at the local health depart- reduces the pleasure," he said. "I 1 don't really
right." ment. mind it because I don't need a kid."



I Local group fights AIDS through counseling educationBy I


"Our two major goals are to provide support nosed with AIDS tell others about their NCFAN offers several support groups for
LEIGH Writer GLENN for those who are HIV-infected or have experiences with the virus or disease. those who are HIV+. All support groups are
Alligator AIDS and educational services for the gen- Volunteers in this outreach effort have confidential. Bentrup said the groups allow
eral community," she said. spoken at local public schools,churches, UF those infected to make contacts with othersin
One pioneer organization in Gainesvillehas Unlike ACT UP,NCFAN works within the and Santa Fe Community College. similar situations in a safe environment.
charted course in the sea of AIDS system to make people aware of AIDS andis Every month, the network holds AIDS People interested in support groups or
education arid support. not involved' in any political activities, 101, a free, informal seminar open to the volunteering may call the NCFAN at 372-
The North Central Florida AIDS Networkbegan Bentrup said.Through public. The mini-course focuses on basic 4370 and leave their name, phonenumberand
as a community venture in 1985, said an outreach program called the facts relating to HIV and AIDS such as what they're interested in.
Karen Bentrup chairwoman, of NCFArTs Speakers' Bureau, NCFAN volunteers who statistics, modes of transmission and waysto The next AIDS 101 will be at 6 p.m. Dec. f
public relations committee are infected,with. the HIV virus or are diag prevent catching the virus. 6 at NCFAN, 1124 N.W. 39th Ave., Ste. B.

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world took one baby step forward Saturday whenit fC;

centered the third annual World AIDS Day on women. .. ......,NG. ...c
But UF, which is joining in on the events today, unfortunately
still remains in its crawling stage when it comesto
women's issues. V

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virus.
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Yes, it may have taken them nine years to stumble

upon the amazing discovery that not everyone or everything

including diseases, segregates men from women,
but at least they've finally awakened to the facts. c

But at this good ol' boy university, where true changeis

stifled by administrative double talk and powerlesstask \._ M A K IL
forces, it seems women still are overlooked.

While it's nice to see UF participating in today's focuson

women and AIDS, other crucial areas need some

mending.One I It's all downhill after high schoolAfter I
just has to look at UF's recent past to see that, de-

spite pretty promises of improvement, women's issues being in college for more than four years, I've
still are shuffled under the rug. recently come to a shocking revelation: I'm dumber a> Dunne Marsteller

Here are two examples in health care and academics. now than when I was in high school.I CON S ID E'R THISme I
discovered this when I
I one night was cleaning out
UF's Campus Organized Against Rape and the Sexual
my closet. Tucked away in a corner, under empty
Assault Recovery Service, rape education and counseling boxes for a stereo I no longer own, was a small, but whether I know the difference between exothermic
programs founded 10 years ago, have been shuffled very heavy box. and endothermic solutions (thank God). I pretty much
through, what many have called, crippling administrative Sensing that a great discovery was at hand,I openedit figured I wouldn't need to remember that much chem-
changes. All of the programs' counselors, patients and and found all of my notebooks from high school. I istry when I entered college.But .
educators have said UF officials care more for started leafing through them and soon my feeling of Spanish was different. I got A's both years I
peer pro discovery changed to one of confusion. studied it in high school, and felt certain that knowingthe
tecting their own colleagues and reputations than puttinga Oh, I remember the classes. Chemistry. Analytic basics of the language would be helpful when I
stop to rape or aiding rape victims. geometry. History. Physics. You know, the usual enter the real world. When I was 17,1 1 could conjugateany
Former COAR President Tracy Polycn said this sum classes one takes in high school. My handwriting was tense of any verb in Spanish, and know what the
mer, "I don't understand why they're doing this. It seemsto pretty decent back then, so I had no trouble readingthe verb meant.
me like they're attacking women's programs. Maybe notes. The confusion came once I realized I had Not today. I remember some words and phrases,
don't realize how no idea what the notes or old tests meant. like: "Si', taco and burrito." If I were stranded in
they important they are. For example, take this question from a physics testI Mexico, I couldn't ask someone where the bathroomwas
Of course, a special task force has been appointed to I took in 1985, my junior year: "Determine the speedof to save my life. .,
investigate women's health care issues, specifically the sound if a tone has a frequency of 367 hertz and a If science and Spanish were bad, math was even
problems afflicting COAR and SARS. But that's only the wavelength of 92 centimeters." Back then, I knew the worse. From a geometry test: "True or False: Given
first step in a solution, the second is to act on the task answer ((337.6 meters per second) and got a 98 on the the correspondence between two triangles,if two sides
force's recommendations.On test.Ask and an angle of the first triangle are congruent to the
me that question today, and I'll ask, "What's a the
corresponding parts of the second triangle, then
the academic end, only about 18 percent of UF'sfaculty hertz?" correspondence is a congruence"Correspondence
are women. That equals about one female teacherfor How about this one from another physics test:"How ?
every 33 female students, while the campus offers a much energy is needed to make 150 grams of waterat
male faculty member for every eight male students. 0 degrees Celsius, ice at 0 degrees Celsius?" Congruent?
I have absolutely idea. If I Correspondence is a congruence?
no want
to make ice, I
While UF President Lombardi! admits this is
John a just put water in the freezer and wait a few hours. Nah.. No thanks, I think I'll pass.
problem and more women need to be brought onto the Physics isn't the only high school subject I've com Resigned to the fact that I'm getting dumber by the
faculty and moved into the administrative ranks, it seems pletely forgotten about. When I took chemistry my minute, I threw all those notebooks away. Now my
nothing concrete is being done about it. senior year, I learned about such practical topics as only fear is that,20 years from now,my son or daughter
F While women don't want to be catered to, certain areas colloidal suspensions, exothermic and endothermic will come up to me and say,"Dad,what's the difference
solutions, polar molecules, dynamic equilibrium and between exothermic and endothermic solutions?"
still need attention. UF administrators
on campus some special
need to talk to female students and faculty stoichiometry. What a depressing thought.:
Stoichiometry? Isn't he the kicker for the Miami Duane Marsteller is a journalism senior who has
listen to them and then work together to target Dolphins? vowed
never to travel to a Spanish-speaking country
problem areas.It In my four-plus years of college no one has asked until he remembers how to ask where the bathroom is.

shouldn't take worldwide recognition to begin solving 1 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
problems on the home front. Vows of improvementaren't

enough and neither is conveniently admitting Arab aggression is The reality is that Egypt invaded was that every side found it usefulto
there are problems for the zillionth time. Yemen and then Morocco-Tunisia- encourage other groups to kill
blamed on Jews Lybia and the Polisario invaded Jews. It was good for morale, for
Chad. Iraq invaded Iran, and Syria power and prestige,to be in the
Editor: When the University Sen- invaded Lebanon and then Jordan. vanguard of the anti-Zionists.
alligator Editor ate meets in special session today, Then Iraq invaded Kuwait. Therefore,the Senate resolutionto
I hope there is someone better None of these conflicts had any. be debated is nothing but hum
A. Plunkett
Judy informed about the Middle East thing do
to with the Israel-Palestin- Arab
bug an attempt to excuse
Managing Editor Opinions Editor than the authors( ) of the Gulf Reso- ian issue. They happened before aggression by blaming it on the

M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier lution. Israel occupied territory in 1967. Jews. I cannot imagine that a university
To claim that the "unstable po- The plain truth is that the Arabsare senate will treat this historical -
Letter Policy litico-military situation that has at war with each other. Hun distortion with anything but the
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page). They should be
typed. double-spaced and signed' They should Include a typed name, address end telephone characterized the Middle East" is dreds of thousands of Arabs have contempt it deserves.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have any- questions call the"result of the PalestinianIsraelicontticr been killed by fellow Arabs. Walter, Z8n e'a.ln.nUle
the editorial page editor at 376-4458
is to ignore reality. The
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I PRESIDENTfrom Mayeux,who also is the chairman of both money." issue the student body president should

page 1I the Recreation Fitness Board and Tower But if he were to run, it would be in be involved with," Levine said.

to make living in the residence halls yearbook, served as a student senator for rebellion against the present system, he Although Grapski said early this fall that 1

comfortable." more three semesters, participated on two Senate said. he would run, some have said that the

I Next semester's election would be the committees, and was SG's Public Relations "If I run, it would be because I'm fed up former senator may bow out of the election.

I second Cabinet director. that students aren't heard on campus,"Wes Grapski could not be reached for comment.
presidential race for Levine, who
split the Greek vote in 1988 Mayeux said if he runs, his ton said. "I would try to give The student body president

when he platform will include increasing people a reason to vote be- oversees a $4.6 million budgetand
ran against the fa-
vored candidate Mike Simon. student involvement in SG and cause I think they don't care receives a $4,500 annual

Levine improving dialogue between right now." salary. Those numbers will
an Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity brother received 877 students and administrators. The Diversity Fair, the Di- jump next year to a $4.8 million
,
of Students must work with ad- versity Caucus and the Diver budget and a $6,000 salary
6,078 votes cast in that elec-
ministrators rather than sity Jam are a few of the Although this election could
tion, forcing Simon and Willis
into run-off. against them, he said. programs Weston has workedon feature more candidates than

a "That doesn't mean I'd be this semester to get stu- the last two combined,those big
One of Levine's main
cam- afraid to stand up to administrators dents more involved with SG. numbers would be similar to
paign promises in that electionwas
though," he said. He also is president of the UF past SG elections, said Eudine
to avoid but
party politics, A longshot candidate being speech and debate team and McLeod, who has been SG'sWnlgni
that because he
was was the
underdoi Puma mentioned is Weston but he served as statewide coordma- Weston office manager since the early

said if he did run, a victory tor for the Florida community 1960s. I
"I I've become
the establishmentnow
guess would be unlikely with the present system. colleges' student government. The last five-party race McLeod said she
whereas, I went against the establish- '
"I'd like to think we've done some good Although WSU Vice President McC- can remember was when Bruce Culpepperwho
ment then, he said. The parties back then
things with the Multicultural Affairs Cabinet ormick admits"it will take a miracle"for him has two sons at UF,including football
just made a mistake and with the other
ran and have positively impacted the campus, to win, he already has chosen his running player Brad Culpepper emerged victorious -
candidates. This
year they're going with me and}I have. _heard that people will support mates._WSU President Mark Wright will run in the 1965 election. McLeod said thatis
and they made the right .
move."I
meW said Weston, who helped for student body vice president, one of the biggest races she has seen.
think it's a sign of my strength that the" run the Vision Party's success- and sophomore Sean Conwaywill The winner of the 1991 spring election

Greek organizations are united behind me. ful campaign last February."But run for treasurer, he said."I will join an elite group,becoming UF's 83rd
said if Levine decides
Mayeux to itwouldn't
affect his decision."I run it takes a lot more than would hope people will student body president, but the loser will

just a few of your friends want- vote for me because they are in join an even bigger group.
think it will in '
definitely" create a split ing you to be student body favor of my stance on Affirma- Last spring's Today Party presidential

Greek support, said Mayeux, a Tau Kappa president for you to win it." tive Action," McCormick said. candidate Juan Vitali!was buried 3,579 votesto
Epsilon brother."But I think I've
got enough Low voter turnout and campaign "I 1 feel it's discrimination." 1,489 by the Vision Party's Michael
win.
to
support costs makes it very difficult Levine said he agrees with Browne. But he said he'd run again if he had
Mayeux will base his decision to for
run to win for candidates who McCormick that he doesn'4have the money.

president on whether he gets irfto law school don't have the support of certain much of a chance. The Vitali, who pumped more than $2,500 of
and whether he needs to work this
summer, groups, he said. student body is too smart to fall his own money into the campaign, said

and those answers should come next month, "The way things are now, Mayeux for someone who opposes Affir- nothing compared to the natural high he got
-
he said. there's not room for an underdog," Weston mative Action, he said. from running a big campaign."I .

"It's definitely something I'm looking at said. "Vision spent about $10,000 in the last "He's got an issue he feels strongly saw the whole thing as almost a religious

and something. I think I can handle,"Mayeuxsaid. election; There's no way I can raise that enough about to run, but I don't think that's experience."













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I MUSEUMfrom a half ago," she said. served animals and skeletons," I
page 3 The first floor of the three-story Flynn said. The Easiest Exam
museum containsthe The museum is
seum," Flynn said. The Mayan exhibits, the funded by the state,
palace is about the size of an average second floor is for Permanent various grants and You'll Ever Take
classroom on campus." natural sciences exhibits private donations.
The Florida Museum of Natural research and the There is usuallyno
History was founded in 1917 and third floor is for at the museum admission Breast self-examination is easy and
used to be located in downtown anthropologicalresearch. include an charge, but because ( ?1 takes only a few minutes. because
Gainesville in the Seagle Building, of the breast cances can be cured with early
Flynn said. In 1970 the Museum Several graduate object gallery Dinomania exhibit, detection and treatment, taking this
received a grant and moved to its students work and of admission is $4.00 1 exam could save your life.
location Museum Road.It replicas a For information about
present on downstairs in the for adults and $2.50 more our fourth
takes many different kinds of collection areas, limestone cave for children. The annual Breast Cancer Detection
people to create an exhibit, MacM- she said. museum is open Awareness Campaign contact the
ahon said. "The collectionareas and Mayan pal from 9 a.m. to 5 American Cancer Society at

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from page 3 you've got a worker working in higher incidence of cancer or
close proximity with a preservativeand other medical problems in citizens It's a mystery to me
closer together to improve the health limits haven't been trig- exposed to plant emissions, Pol-
scrubber's efficiency,Hawker said. gered, then it's safe to assume the lack said. Napthalene and benzeneare why you don't advertisein
He said it is unusual for an area general public is not going to be at among the emissions and are the alligator.We .
zoned for industry to be near resi- risk." known carcinogens, he said.
dential and commercially zoned Hawker said a noticeable odor Hawker said napthalene is the reach 49,000 readers!
0 land, but does not feel the plant doesn't necessarily signal that same substance moth balls are
poses health risks for its neigh- toxic substances are being emitted made of,and benzene is emitted in
bors. into the air. trace amounts only.

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I I FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. SUBLEASE:

Classifications o How to place a
2 UNFURNISHED 2 bdr/ 1 1/2/ ba Townhouse Close to 4 HOUSEAPT.Regency .

classified ad: Shand.//VA/UF Wash/dry hook-up.
Pet Quiet location. $360
1 For Rent.. Furnished I NW 3 BR 1 1/2/ BA-great for family/stu $379.arranged Call 336-1905 12-14-132 Oaks- 1 Ibd/1 I ba $345/mo/ avail.
In Person: dents. Porch lenced yard cent.air. $480 able Jan. Call John at 3734694. 12.3-
2 For Rent. Unfurnished 10-4
Cash, check. MC or VISA I KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060. 1275.2 2BR COUNTRY SETTING oil 34 St

3 Mobile Homes Great lor pets quiet wooded. $275 KEY
The Alligator Office Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280. MANAGEMENT 372-3060. 12-75-2 Sublet 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse. Pool

For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave. I 2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. volleyball, laundromat, pets allowed.

M-F Sam-4pm Plus LMR. Pool, laundry no cats or dogs. ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2bdr/2ba wstudy Close to Shands, in Mt. Vernon $495/mo.

4 Sublease House/Apt./ |I Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 12-14- end unit blinds. $550/mo Call 3352703. Call 377-7344. 12.14.10.4PARK
Main BookstoreHub
5 Roommates Customer Service Desk I 76-2 12-14-12-2 PLACE big 2bdr/2ba/ avail Jan 1.

6 For Sale M-FSam- 4:30 pm : Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet 1 bedroom/1/ ba, kitchenette use of pool, Close to UF, $490mon + security dep.

Reitz Union, Cashier's Office washer/dryer available In most units lor tennn court, weight room, next to laundry Call anytime 3353556. 12-4-10-4
7 Peal Estate $20 mo. Cats Allowed 13-2B, 1 & 2 Bath lor 2. Great location.
M.F Oam-9pm big enough Sublease apt I block !from UF $170/mo./
$250-$375, sec & Imr 3726422. 12-14-
8 Motorcycles '. "Yr Sat & Sun Closed 76-2 $335/mo 377-4759 12-12-10-2 Available early to mid Dec Call Scott at

376-2424 or Greg at 372.8123' 12-14-
9 Autos Medical Bookstore Shands SW2bd1.5ba/ twnhs, w/d hkup. lease 17.4

:f. M F, Sam. 430pm INCREDIBLE ends May, $360/mo avail. Jan call Anitaor
.10 Wanted.. Efficiency Apt. Enn at 373.3026, Iv message 12.5.52 -
at $185 1 br1 1 ba unlurn at In The Pines Big
Mall Starting
11 Services By : Starting at $235 2 B.droomMEADOWCREST enough for two. 365/mo./ Available end
Use forms appearing weeklyin of Fall term Call 377-1597 12-3-5-4
12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry no cash by PHOENIX up/down apts, hook _
110 NW 39th Ave
13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA or checks only. 378-3988 ups/mini's/carpet/dishwasher $300. KEY Spacious 1 bedrm Pools, Indry Big living .
MANAGEMENT 3723060. 12.7.5.2 .
and dining. Full semester lease Reduced
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 375-3861 rate. Call, leave message.
12-14-76-2 Units avail. 295/mo. bdrm. 1 ba Biking
Payment by VISA or Mastercard 3361789. 12.3.5.4
15 Personals distance to campus Prof.-pre-prol. Student .
.. ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
SW Apt, rents for $250$300; with pr.'. Must seell 335-2733 alter 4
!> 16 Connections M-F830.4pm. Sublease In The Polos. Three bedroom
wash er/dryer/cent.atr/dishwasher/balco/ / 126-5-2
ny. KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060. 12- pm. three bath, upstairs, pool tables, volleyball .
17 Notices tennis, and more 250/mo Call 336-
". ; :.... 'Q How to correct or 7-5-2 WALK TO UFII! Rooms, studios, 1 bed- 7202. 12-4-5-4

18 Rides room & 2 bedroom apartments starting at
: ,- cancel ad Check Our New Specials"All $199. Available Now, Spring & Fall. College
your : Male needed to sublease a room In 2 bd/
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19 :;;: Pets ..-....: ,..:,' Amenities Available Park 3717777. 12-14-10-2 1 ba on 20th Ave ASAF'$165 + 1/2

20 ;w Lost & Found Cancellations: FURNISHED UNFURNISHED utilities. Call Mike at 373.3162 leave
Roommates Available 2 MIN WALK TO UF. Starting Jan.
., ,' 12.4.5.4
." ', : Call 373 FIND Mon. FrI 8. 4 pm. We're No.1REGENCY Roomy I 1-bedrm whuge kitchen $260mo. message.

No refunds cm be given OAKS a/c + hdwd flrt Call 371-9981 Iv mes- One bedroom apartment. Sublease

378-5766 sage. 12-6-5 5250/mo Sun Bay Apts. Call Tony
Alligator errors: neg.
o When will your ad run? 3230 SW Archer Road 377.9651. 12.4-5-4
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs COUNTRY GARDENS 1 Large 20 x14 rm with kitchen cabinets. '<.

Call 373.FIND with any corrections before 373-4500 fenced yard. & bath. 5 blocks N of UF Sublease 1 br/1 ba $250// mo. Oil SW 20

Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE noon. THE FOR ALLIGATOR THE FIRST IS ONLY DAY 12-14-76-2 2001 SW 16th Street Private 12-5-4-2 entrance, $175 mo. 378-0972. Ave.12-14-13-4 TtlruJuly31. Call 336.7307Ivm.g.

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected -

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. SPACIOUS LAW SCHOOL AREA-2BR hardwoodfloorsporchdeckfireplaceair FMlor own bdr short term lease Park

Union or Shands take No refunds or credits can be given after ONE BEDROOM APT. $500 Place fully turn. No security req close to
may
placing the ad. Changes called in after ONLY $273MO.LYONS / 3723060. KEY MANAGEMENT 12-7-5-2 campus $194.00 Call 335-5438 Please
THREE days to apPear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. APT leave message 1245.4
SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 Beautiful 3 bd/3 ba condo. Screened
may run for any length of time 4000
Customer error or changes: 121476.2 porch wahser/dryer, ceiling fans, corner Sublet b/2 b, Jan July 1 111, $475 m. No
and be cancelled at any time. unit In Rockwood Villas. $72S/mo 336-
Corrections must be made in person at Deposit ReqUired. May renew lease.
Sorry but there can be no re- The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. 1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished 3982 (leave message) 12 6-5-2 Quiet, pool, tennis, pets allowed 375-

funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. rent negotiable. 12.14.37.2 WILLIAMS- Room in house-near Law School safe, 8240. 1245.4
BURG VILLAGE 3781253.
nice neighborhood + wash/dry/ ch/a wood
F lor own br/ba/ In WINDMEADOWS2br2ba
MORE FOR YOUR $ fl. c. tans immed. occ util.! me $265/mo/ pool & laundry. Avail immediately

SPACIOUS 3(4 bdrm townhomes 3739161 Iv. msg 126-5 until May 1991 $225 + 1/2ut Kelly

Close SFCC UF 3357989. 121412.4
to
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: FURN. Woodgate Manor Apartments SERIOUS STUDENTS!! 1 bedroom apartments -

on QUIET cul-de-sac Availablenow Roommate needed for and/or
332-4544 Spring
CASABLANCAAvailable nowl 2 bed.
1 FURNISHEDHousing room/ 1/2 bath. Partially furnished, 501 SW 75lh Street and January 1 1. Villager West. 371- Summer, furnished apt, own bdrm,
7777. 12-14-102
wash/dry. $450. Call 305-427-3933. $185/mo + 1/3 util Call 3359693. 12-5-
2 bedroom/2 1/2 bath, screened porch, 5.4
Available-1 blk I to UF, coed coop 121413.1 washer/dryer In Casablanca East lor Only $186 for own room at

I all util paid I Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, Bdrm, private entrance, turn., cntrl A/C. Spring. $500/mo. Call 336-4641 leave Wmdmeadows-apt has everythmg-great Sublet 1 1bdr turn house, util included 3

' parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. Use kitchen and Iving room. Most utillt.furn. message 12-14-10-2 roommates, TV-just 1/4 elec-it's yours minute walk to UF Call 3739757$180mo.
TODAY.Kel I ie-335-5754. 126-4-2
117 NW 15ttl St 377-4269. 12.14-62.1 12.5.5.4
Avail. Jan. 1, 91. 1740 NW 3rd PI,

I $165 mo 372-2284 11-27-1-1 ALOHA GARDEN APTS 2 BR in SW pool, complex/breakfast Sublease large 2 bd/2 ba apart
free New
OAKBROOK 2/2 furn. and unfurn. Roommate 3 br 2 ba, $545 per mon. plus a
$450 KEY MAN-
bar/dishwasher/cent air
turn, Year week vacation on Daytona Beach onus Wind meadow. available 1-91 Call Karl
I matching avail. Wash/dry From Own room and bath in 2bd/2bth/ full AGEMENT 372-3060. 12.7-5.2
336-4606 Close Butler
335-9236 to
REALTOR close to UF, pool 377-0555. 12-14-16-2 or
I $162.50. Diversified Properties, Brandywine apt.
Plaza. 12-6-5-4
373-9375 or 378-9090. 12-14-29- Jacuzzi, wt. room, available now. $225
I 1 phone 338-0209. 12-5-5-1 2-bd apts, d/w, porch, $375; 1 with w/d,
$365: central h/a, fans, on bus. SW villas. MOBILE HOMES: Sublet large studio apt. 1/2 mi. Irom UF.
I $215/mo. Avail alter finals. Call 376-
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WHAT. .Is your name 373-0701. 12-14-15-2
3 room furnished apt. Full kitchen cable, WHAT. Is your quest? 3 FOR RENT/SALE 3877. 12-6-5-4

phone, pool. Next to Oaks Mall and 1-75. WHAT Is the best way to tell 49,000 4bd/2ba apartment. W/D, cenlac., S blks.
Rent by week or month. $450/mo. 331- Intellectually Inclined readers about your from campus, well lit parking, pet ok, OUIETI OUIETI! Arredondo Farmsrent- URGENTI! Need by Jan. F rmmt needed
share 3 bd/2/ ba $148 mo 1/3
1618. 12-14-19-1 to apt. +
business? $730 mo, clean, nice, available Jan 1.
als from $260 incl. water, sewer, garbage utilities. Hawaiian Village Call 378-
Call 3778965. 12-7-102 pick-up, lawn main. Also some great 4805. 12-4-3-4
buys. Ouietl Will take long term travel
Studio Apt-walk to UF, nice, sale neighborhood
WIN trailers. 378-9291 Open weekends too. sublet. 2br/2 ba
won't Brandywme Jan-May
utilities included. Hurry,
DAILY TWI uTE SHOW last long. $275/mo./ 371-2322 Lv. Map.FLATUNERS 12-14-47-3 $245/mo./ Own Ig bdrm, ba 3730893. .
OAKS MALL 10
12.4.3-4
=3 QQSiru0 50Pa 3 Br1 ba 12 x 64 mobile home w// 19.
OAKS MALL 6309 NtWBtRRY ROAD b
CIMEMfi rr DRfiFTHOUSE addition, ceiling fans, washer/dryer/ A/C, Partially furnished 2 bd1 1 ba. $320/mo
OAKS BAST OAKS 4 WEST must move from tot,, $3000. Call Rich till Aug 1 1. First month rent and no de

331-6818 INSIDE/ OAKS MALI 331-8118 ADJACENT TO MALL 334-6542. 12-3-5-3 posit. Call 371-4790 anytime 12-5-4-4
IN DAMS PLAZA

ROCKVVPC-1M (R) 1987 SKYLINE 14 X 56 2 bd/. ti, blh Excellent -=! SUBLEASE--dlean, large ibr, SW Area-
1:30.(4:46: ( : TLS *) I).00)). 7.1 J. (:48 cond Alamar Gardens SW 20th Aver $245. Sharon at 335-5412. Leave message. -

RE mrtL\ 53.00).6:1410:30 1 THE RESCUERS DOWN UNDER (C;) 7:15: 9:45: split plan must sell last $7900/obo 336- 12-4-2-4 '-
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DANCU WITH (
.JO 9'i' : GHOST (/G;-13) Female sublet tbd/iba In a 3bd apt.
.rs 1:00:: ((5:11: TLS 0 13.00),7.1,10.11) : 2 Bedroom 2 Bath w/den. DW. Deck 1/2 furnished Wmdmeadows starting

PREDATOR2p(/) THRU MEN AND A UTTU LADY(PC;) Shed, Washer/Dryer Ceiling Fans $375 January. $195. Call 335.2851 after 8pm
1 5'i o LiSen "30. = 110. .10,((4 W .00.TUO 53 001.) '30. I 1.t & Last 300 dep 371-0337 on 20th Ave. or 373-2304. 12.10.64Classlfleds.

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/ to share 2bd/2ba apt, w/ alarm sys- : Georgetown Apartments wanted. Own rm In nice spacious 3/2/ M/F smoker ok to share 3 bd2/ ba houseon rmmt needed In 3/2 @ Foxmoor Con-
tem. Spring and summer term $220mo + Available now, great location, house. 2 blocks N O-Dome 158.33 Tower Rd. W/D fireplace nice yard, dos apr sem, pool, own rm, W/D, turn,
1/2 utilities & cable. 3381328. 12-5-3-4 $150/month, November free! Call Steveat mo. 373-6490. 12-3-5-5 wooded lot. $200 mo + 1/3 utilities. cable, ph, disc Incl. $270/mo, Dee Ir...
336.13381.av. message. 12-7-20-5 Need 2 rmmts. 332-5825 ask for Russ or 336-0296. 12-7-7-5
66T: 1-2 brmi $188/mo + 1/4 utl! I block Female rmml needed for spring In a 3 bd// Ivemsg. 12-11-10-5
from UF 4brm + 1 1/2 ba. Call 375.1626 Serious m student for clean rm In Ig 2 ba house Safe NW location 5 min. bike M/F/ prefer Law or Grad student.! 4 NW 25
Km, Laurie Spring. 12-7-5-4 7bd/2ba/ upstairs apt 3blks to UFo 1616 lo campus 191 mo. + 1/3 utils Please Fm. need roommates for POLOS beg. St. No deposit necessary. $210/mo obo.
NW 3 Ave, $160/mo + sec lease, no call 3772403. 12-4-5-5 January 1991 Prefer' Upper class/grad Cent a/c; fireplace. Needed asap. 377-
LOVE MY ROOMIE I Sublease br In
my pets 4959024. 12.4.10.5 student. Own bdr/ ba. Call or Iv message 6334. 12-30-2-5
ba 2ndfl ml from UF. f n/s-Jan
2br/i apt I
Roommate wanted to share 3 br/ 2 ba 3355990. 12.3.4.5
91. $203/mo/ + 1/2util. Call 378-5519 12- Need F roommate for own bedroom In apartment Sparrow on Tower Rd. students N/S/ F needed asap to share 2br/2 1/2ba/
5.3.4 Wlndmeadows. $195/mo., available Jan only $175/mo + 1/3 ulil. Call ROCKWOODroommates needed for 3 twnhse. Own master bd/bal Fully furnished .
AVAILABLE 2br/1 bl apartment-nice, uary. Call now 336-4136. 12-5-10-5 Drew at 3328436. 12-4-5-5 bd3 ba, avail Jan. 1, washer/dryer, sec. w/wash/dry. Only $225+1 1/2uMI-
In front of pool. $235/mo/ + 1/3 12-5-4-5
system tiesl Call 3355330.
clean, a comfortable, close to UF Call
Roommate needednonsmoking female 1 M for own rm In 2 brl I ba in SW area util. No pets no smokers please Call
374-8021 or 3768127. 12-7-5-4 3 bdrm 2 bath, Regency Oaks Call Marcy
Close to UF. $195.00 mo. plus 1/2 util 336-4725. 12.7.8.5
336-6888 12-6-10-5 ities. Call 395.6492 or 641-3519 (Jax). Oxford Manor: CHEAP 3bed/3bath sub
Sublet NW studio. 2 bike from
campus. let: available Joni new plush
Leave msg. 12-11-10-5 F N/S/ Roommate needed for spring + grey carpet!
235/mo avail Jan 91. Call Linda 392.9575 Roommate wanted to share 3bdr2ba./ summer for own room In 2 bd/ 2 ba at & tile, washer dryer option, call 338-0715
or 3364858. 12.7.5.4 house 6 ml. east of UF. WasherDryerand M Dec 15, small turn apt In large home Rocky Pi. apts/ overlooks leave message. 12-5-5-5 ,
Sublease lor spring-behind Norman many extras. l75/mo./ and 1/3 util. close to UF w/ prlv entrance, bath, cable, pond/pool/vcr/Call 336.4304 20950.
Hall-1 or 2 apt bdrm-wood doors. $300/mo/ 3766827. 12.7.10.5 quiet, clean, patio, No pets, In nonpartyatmo. Own room In 4bd/2ba/ home. 1 1/2mllrom
Mature only. $225/ mo + util. OXFORD MANORFemale N/S/ for
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Private entrance, central
376-5486 'leave message only $100 security campus.
dep. 12-7-5-4 BRANDYWINE- n/s/ needed lo share a 3782018. 12-4-5-5 spring Own room in 2 bd/ 2 ba, partially neat/air. I50/mo+l/4utillties. F pre!. 375-
furnished w// security system, wash/dry/ ,
room; 2bdrm/lba; fully/nicely' turn; 1477. 1255.5
J 2br/lg bath very close to campus avail 1160/mon. + 1/3 util; Come seal' 373- Female nil/ needed In Jan. for own roomIn available Howl) $2501 mo 1/2 utll. Call
3 bdr 1.5 ba apt. $178 month + 1/3 334-7779. 12-4-5-5
immed or sem. $429/mo./ Call 375- 0024. 12-4-7-5 F needed for
spring rmmt own rm In 3br/2ba apt
elect. Very safe 4 great location. Call
8519. 12.5.3.4 3351390. 12-7-8-5 Trinidadian stdnt seeks rmmt fm Jan 91 In Park Place. $200/mo + 1/3 utll. Call
Roommate wanted N/S to share 4 bedroom to Jul 31 at Gatortown Apts Call Dirk or 335-9263 or leave a message. 12-5-5-5
Sublease master bdr in 2/2./ Furn. lux- 3 bath house with pool game Roommateown room I block to Richard 336-6706 after 9 pm fr mr details.
ury apt. Call 3366450. room fire place, & hot tub, wash/dry Matherly. Wood floors. $170/mo + 1/2
27500. Includes .11373.3247. 12-3-5-5 utilities. Starts January 377-8217 12-3- .eeeUKEwooo VILLAS*** "_. 1005 Weal
4.5 Need mil/ for own br/ba/ In 3 br/3 ba $232// P'IQrtl1 Unlver.ilyeX
5 ROOMMATES ;
mo + 1/3/ util. Security System CALL 373-1234
Female to share 3 bedroom house In OWN RM (prefer NS Flln) 3/2 Lg Covered NOW 335-9599. 1245.5 OOS
Wmdmeadows nil F to share large mat quiet N.E. neighborhood, wash/dryer, Bridge apt. 2 ml from campus. Great Onset t 4310Dr
ter bdr In furnished 2/2./ Available Immediately cent air, fenced yard. Pets ok $150 + place to Oval Only $180 1/3 utll. Ask Greenwich Green n/s female: own bed d Avenue
spring $165/mo. Call 3355284. util. 377.7609.v.. 12.3.5.5 for Jenni- 3722907. 12-4-5-5 room and bath wash/dry, security sys Now locations! 375-1234
12-14-20-5 tem. $270/mo+1/2util. Call Samantha
New Location'
Nonsmoker Quiet, F n/s/ for spring to share 2 bdl/ I ba 3351945. 12.5.5.5 Roses
to share upstairs of house 3 2122 SW
Oxford Manorfemale ns to share 2 bdr /
near law school. 207.SOmo + 1/2 utll.
blocks from UF, 1 & share 34th Street! !
room closet
2 ba apt? partially furnished ADT security No pets, guys, drinkers partyers, late-ni For Spring to share a 2bdr/l ,5ba, furnished 34th Strew Pita
bath, $175/mo and 1/3 utlls call Pete
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system. $250 + 1/2 utilities Call LeA- 3751669. 12-3-5-5 : ters, or rap music! Call Julie at 374- townhouse with w/d/ cable for $1495//Doz 336-1234
nne or Joy 3774056. 12.14.25.5 4792. 12-4-5-5 $225/mo./ + 1/2 util. Call Larry 332-6357 ,




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Needs 2 roommates lor sp 3bd. 1 bathhouse F/NS needed for own room & bath In a rmmt House six blocks from cam TYPESETTER- Virityper 5410. 2 Disk BICYCLE Trek 2000 Dura.ace
l/2m/ to UF, cable, cent aclheat, 3bd/3ba/ apt. In SPYGLASS. Rent nego pus $140/mo + 1/4 util Fully turn drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisteri equipped, priced to sell 659.2541 12
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$158 + 1/3 ut 371 6739. 1233.5 liable. Call Kathy at 336.4975. 12555 Wash/dry/ & more. Call 378.4437. 126 Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 11.126

55F yrs Perfect lor small typesetting jobs
POLOS f n/s needed immediately, own F Roommate needed for nice 3 bdr houseIn Good machine lor small type shop Sys ((2)) Rockford Punch 45 amps $150 eachor
bdr/bath, washer/dryer, security system NE. Sale neighborhood ch/ac, n/s neeoed for own bedroom, partially tern Includes 3 rolls A in. RC Mm & 6 font both for $290 and Alphasonk PMA
Lots ol extras $255 + 1/3 utll 335.5646. wash/dry/ small pet ok. $140/mo/ + 1/3/ furnished, close to campus Just disks $3.SOO OBO. Call The Alligator at 2070 $89 336.1128. 125.76
1255.5 utilities. 3777609 12655 $140/mot 1/3 util! for spring & summer 373.992S lor more Info
Call 338.4447 leave message 12655 2 Dorm refrig. stereo equip.. 2 typewriters .
WINDMEADOWS APT Fern Roommate Female ns wanted for Spring! Own roomIn Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more class recorder, 2 fans and Honda
needed lor Spring 2bdr 2bth $280 + 1/2 4 b 2 ba furnished SW apt w/ alarm ROOMMATE NEEDED! Wht. Fern nil for brand are all at our New Location! Car Nighthawk 650 for sale Call Rich 334
utll 336.7815. 12555 $100 dep & l45/mo + 1/4 utilities Call spr sem.Oakbrook 2bdrm2bath, furnished Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St. 372- 6542. 12356
loon 3356148 12.4-3.5 wash/dry/ alarm system 2070. 1214768
MUST SEEI I 2bdrm 1 1/2ba/ Condo.fur. $275+1/2util/ Call Lisa 334-9408. 12.14. Mountain Bike 1990 Diamond Back Apex.
mshed except bdrm w/d/ Inc. $215/mo/ + Roommate n/s/ to share 3 bdrm house 4 10.5 Crlmeetopper Car Alarm, K.40 Radar Brand new, Deore comp $425. Call
1/2utll/ F/ns needed 1/91/ SW area. Very ml from campus cable, micro, fans, heat Detectors, Infinity, Sancul, Sony, 3781510. MUST SELL! 1234.8
clean 336.5659. 12555MF $135/mo/ + 1/3/ utilities Call 372.7921 1 bedroom, unfurnished, MorF, $170mofor Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo
4-sale dinette table, coffee table, tv cart,
tves/wknds 12-8.5.5 Spring Semester Call 335 7468. 12 We Beat All Prices 373.3754. 121476
/ ns needed to share 2bd/1/ 1/2 ba apt 1175M 6 dresser, night table, full'size bed desk,
in Mill Run. Only $21 8/mo + l/2util MoveIn Female roommate own bedroom 1 blk wicker chairs, mirrors Call Lilian 335
immed rent paid until Jan. 335.5457. from Norman $148/mth/ nice fully furnished or F /INS Roommate needed for Springor ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: 2948. 12456
12-14-12.5 lots of parking ASAP Call Jon 371. sooner to share spacious 3bdr/3bth apt Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba,
2074 Ivg message 1243.5 in Reflections-brand new.own rm/bath/ Crunch, Halle/. MEI I VSE alarm Lanzar MUST SELl! Office furniture sec work
station, desk, drawer file cabinet sec
Brandywine. F, n/s needed to rent own great am.nIUel.renl negotiable Call 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12.14.76.6DISCOUNT
master bdrm. in a furnished 2/1. $250 + Roommate needed to share apartment 375.6296 leave message 12645 chair, alarm, odds & ends supplies Call..
1/2/ utilities Call Leslie 376.2320 or 372- Fully furnished, own bedroom. Two bdr 373.2128 eve. 12346
2993. 12755 1 1/2 bath. Needed lor spring semester PICKWICK PARK.M/F/ needed to sublet HI-FI
Call 335-4254. 12655 own br/ba in 2br/2ba./ All amenities.dish. 722 S. Main 0 The Red Bldg.
Greenwich Green n/s I to share washer, wa/dry/ $250/mo/ + 1/2/ ut 335. WE ARE CHEAPER OMPUTERISKOUNTERS
3br/2.Sba twnhse lor Spring.Summer. Male or female roommate wanted to 1797. 12755F
Own master bd/ba/ $233/mo + 1/3util, share 3 bdrm apt all util paid every 12.14.78.8
cable (reel! Call 335 3712 Iv mes 127 month $200 monthly. Extremely close to n/s to share 2/2 apt at Regency Oaks
55 campus Call 376.2338. 12.3.2.5 ((5mm to UF) with engineer student Must CAR ALARMS Installed remote control Shop around and then call us We'II beat
be serious/quiet student $223 Missy any car truck or van. fully guaranteed will any competitive prices 373.0762. 12.4.
Own room In 2 bedroom townhouse 376 demo. Call 336 9103 student Iv. message '
Roommate male, needed to share -4504 12755 5-6
2bd/2ba beginning January tat 1 In ArcherRd East of Norman Hall. 1214376
Aloha Garden or Oxford or whatever $200/mo./ utilities Included. LAKEWOOD VILLAS.Need F roommatefor BICYCLES lor $50 and less guaranteedby
close to UF Call 3730735. 121065 Call Rich 378.0743 ( eve) Spring. W/D Next to Pool. $225/mo/ + MICRO/CENTER Computers 378.1146Editor's bike mechanic all are 10 speed 336-
12655MF 1/3 utll. call 335.1381. 12- 7-5-5 choice Hewlett Packard 1972 and 378-7228. 12666
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N/S studious roommate for own bdr/ba. / roommate needed for sp Sam 91 Roommate n.eded-own master bed & mailorder Systems below Include 1mb, Apple lie computer w/ dual disk drive.
Microwave, wash/dry/ alarm system, dw, Oak Forest, $200/mo Including utils bath for $187. Pelt ok. Fenced backyard 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk graphics monitor color monitor, 80.column card, mouse &
clubhouse $258/mo + 1/3/ util 3353581ask Call 336.1210 anytime day or night-If Duplex behind Oaks Mall. Call 332 MC 286/12 $948 MC 386SX $1086; joystick, software manuals & Imagewriter .
for Ana. 1275.5 no one home leave message 12545 6840. 12.14.10.5 Northgate 386/20. $2499. Leading Edge II printer $1250 obo 338.1938.
386s laptop w/40 MB hd & battery. 12.8.8.6
SAVE $$ Female nil for spring to share $$1995.1 1 & 2 year warranties Onsite war.
room in 2bi/2ba,/ furn apt. 1 ml to UF. ramies Panasonic 1180 printer $185 30 gal Aquarium 100% complete $130
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$112/mo + 1/4 util! Call 336 4103. 127.5.5 30 cal. semi-automate M.1 rifle $150
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FOR SALE FOR SALE 8 MOTORCYCLES AUTOS AUTOS


'IS speed Touring Paramount with tool*. '1978 Mustang good condo Red. stereo, ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW '1986 FIERO SE, black, sunroof, 58,000
Eve 466.3646 day 392,'1924 Mr. Kern air, auto $700. '1990 Kenwood stereo 1966 Honda Rebel $850.. .Good condl RATES, low payments, tail drive original miles In perfect condition.
lion Call 4622960 12 5 8 8 .
'556 system am/fm cassette, amp $1000' new thru service, se habla Espanol 377.2277. $3700. Must sell best offer Call 377.
1214179 5528 '12.14.'11,.9
asking $600 375 '1530 '12756 377CARS. WE CARE,
model Tomos
Moped Almost newl 1989
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GRADUATION SALE: $120 motion free
queensize waterbed. Art.deco bookcaseand Bicycle: Eddy Merckx; 53.3cm, Campy Bullet blue/49hp bent rear rim only (law. Nissan 300 ZX 1986 S' p damlmtape 79 Ford Fairmont.good condition.24m pg.

bar w/h.gh. chairs, whit*.mica book. Record/Super/ Record, Mavic, Dura.Ace must be replaced. Graduating/must sell / / air T.top, excellent condition 107,000ml. Call Nina 392.2424 ((8.6)),
$1' per week In gall' Paid $600 steal at 377.8285 ((6 11)) or Wan 377.8285(12( .6)).
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case&desk. Price negotiable Call 335. Clp Cateye/race/ ready, $900 335 3903 or best offer, Call 3328473.
$300 hurryl I Call Dan 336.7804. '12.4.38
4761 '12.6.6.6O'Neil Iv mesg 12756Nakamichl '10-9 $750 or b.o. 12759


wetsuit (L) like new $100' Elec RD 450 car stereo, new $500, 75 Olds Omega.4dr, straight 6 cyl w air, '79 Chevy Chevette:4dr automatic, air
guitar paid $300 will sac $125' Also axe cond, sell $340; Car eq alpine 3015' FOR SALE: '1987 Honda Spree scooter, new paint, tires, tint, tee to appreciate, conditioning and heat Still In good condi"
acoustic $35 Roman chair situp mach new $400, sell $140; Infinity 6x9. sell red, excellent condition.. Reliable CLEAN'. $'500 371-7481. 11 2159 tionl Must selll $499 obo. Call 376.9809.
$40000 0 b O. Call 336 1628, Iv msg.
Call 3326323. '12 30 2 6 $95; 3369187' '12646HK 12.5.3.9
'12.6.5.8HONDA '1987 Honda CRX SI, red, Ut owner pam
Apple IIGS 20m H.D.. color RGB mon., 2 Citation 22 amp, 21 preamp, TD 392 pered, sun roof, and more. $7500 obo. 1984 Mercury Marquis station wagon, au.
ELITE SCOOTER
3.58.2 5.25 drives, color Imagewnter cassette, Kyocera 410cx CD, ADS L990 Call 3739975. 12.3.5.9 tomatic, very good condition $2700 obo.
printer, under warranty, $2,500 HP97 speakers 1 yr new, list $4000, $1950' obo White, low miles, electric start Call 373.3500 evenings '12739
$200.336.9609. 12.5.5.6 3369187' 12646 Runs great! Save money. on gasl Pontiac 1000 ,1984 Excellent condition,
$400. Call Michael 377 0162' '12648
new clutch, tires, starter 84K miles, a/c
CANNONDALE ,12sp racer Kenwood KRV 9020 receiver new In box, am/fm/ asking only $1600 obo. Call 334
Jawa clean low miles 10 WANTEDLocal
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Black,white and beautiful 130/20 w/ch, prog, remote, 7 band eq, moped .' 5290. '12359
$250. Camaro/Firebird owners 84 89)
$350 Call Phil 377.5731' never used, $850 new, sell $425 Iv msg ( )
Cragar louvres $40 Installed) Call Paul- Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
Leave message. '12556'State 3369187' 12.8.4.6BICYCLES.lwo Buick 77 Lesabre wnew transmission.
3758396 12428 Good reliable transportation Moving out Rings ETC. Top $ or trade OZZ"'I Fine

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player Fried speakers, tapedeck two older Puch mopeds$125)( ) 377.70565pm Wanted to buy Japanese motorcycles
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84 Chevy' Cavalier. automatic, 4-door, condition $150' each set of 3 lor $400 Yamahas, call 335.4548. '125510'
Waterbed kg. $50; Fox arl.bd, tnlm, 510" Snow skis Olin VII, Salomon bindings, a/c./ 84 Chevy Celebrity station wagon, 371.3599 after 4. ,12459

$75; Sampson gtr remote $150' ; Skate. boots, poles, carry bags and more. Great am/fm. .a/c, auto, 6 cylinder.. 3355303. WANTED Mercury Comet or Ford Maverick .
'12 6 20 9
board ramp 1/2 pipe freed 371'.6739. 12 condition Asking $160 call Pete 335. '84 VW Rabbit GTI, wht ext blue ins, tint, 2.door sedan 1973 thru 77 for half hr
336 0833. '12646 am 11m caisete Sunroof, a/c Good condition engineering inspection, Will pay. Call
87 Mazda 626, 2door, LX, Sspeed, air,
Papers Must sell $2500 obo 335. 375.8710' mention case no 90129. 127
Banana Republic brown leather bomber Nintendo System w// 15 games & Radio am/fm tp, pwr sunroof/door/locks 46k '1845 12459

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12556 equip. Call 335.6933 for more '1984 JEEP RENEGADE CJ7. In mint
info '12756 condition. Fully loaded Asking
LONDON 2 one way air tickets departing '85 Nissan 200sx, 2 door dlx, hatchback, $6900.00. Call now at 335.3666. 12.4. Mini storage at I.75 & NW 39th Ave
Orlando '12.16.90 $300 lor both Call 1 1. 5 speed, a/c, am/fm tp sunroof power near Oaks Mall area, 5.510'0 x 20 from
439.1327. '12556 7 REAL ESTATEHome door/locks Excellent condo 335.5303. '87 Dodge Charger, 4cyl. 5 speed a/c/ $20, '10% disc. to students 3328917

126209 am/fm tape, new brakes and tires, tint, 2.4.711.' "
for sale? Land for sale? Buyers'
very clean excellent condo $4000. 336.
SALE Market? Don't t let an opportunity to sell 1981 Niassan, Maxima,silver, diesel, pwr 4531' 12559 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
Classifieds sunroof & windows automatic 100000 Get confidential and
your property pass you by' Alligator testing treatment at
Bass Guitar Sales Irom $49 offers you the cheapest way to miles In good condition. $2000 335.4937. 81 TOYOTA TERCEL 2.door, a/c/ needs PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881.

Ibanez Bass $199 keep your real estate in the public eye. '2.3..9 some work but runs great Asking $700 12.14.76.11'

Fender Strat $399 Where else can you keep your property In obo Call 378.1034 ask for Steve or Iv
the market for as little as four dollars a Mitsubishi Mirage. 1990 16k miles, air
12559
Guild 12 message GATOR MOVING
String $299 am/fm ** **
day? To make it even easier you can conditioning, power steering,
Ibanez Acoustic $99 place your ad over the phone; all you cass 3345737. '123109 88 black NISSAN SENTRA 2dr., 4 Full/Serv Mov/Sloragl/Plcklng 1 .

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373.FIND today to place your ad. 1987 Mercury Sable 4 dr LS pwr door $4750. Call 375.8416' 12.7.7.9 11 / Harry/Bill 374 4791" 12 '14 76

locks, seats, windows a/c, auto wht
ROCKWOOD VILLAS 3 bdr3 ba townhouse ext/blue/ Int Exc condo must sell best
88 Ford Ranger XLT V6 5 speed stereo .
for sale. $545 and assume mortgage
offer 3345053. '2.0..9Dalll'O '
Gator colors mint condo $7800.00 Call
Completely furnished
334.7031 12.65.11PLANE
305.781.5171. 12.7.8.7Beautiful Needs right front panel. Runs

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large 3 bd-/2 ba house. Family
Columbus, OH Leave '12/20, return '1/3
room, fireplace, large fenced
garage
$230 Call 3769272. 12656XT 1987 HYUNDAI EXCEL GL DRINKS
yard. Walk 4 blocks to UF & Shands.
speed, great condition MUST SELLI
Assumable + $8.000 down 338.0256.2.
clone 640 K ram 30 meg HD amber $2400. Call 372-5691 12329 GOOD TIMES
mono, 2.360k drives, soft.ware $650 neg
Toshiba printer 24 pin, fonts $300 neg
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Alpine eq, new, $90 obo, Surfboards

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1 way Dec. 19 or AIR FORCE ROTC
standby $150 OBO Stephanie 378.7833 !
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'77 VW Bus.good condition, brand new

carb kit, papers Must sell $1400/best/
offer 371'.0851 Magic bus. '12656 Whether

Roundtrip airline ticket Gainesville to THE MOST In a highly specialized you're majoring area or

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Jan 6.. $230 obo For more Info call 334. FOR YOUR. you can build a higher level of total
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gilts.Organ yamaha Electon, exc That one step distinguishes you above all othersIn

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Simple ARCHER RD
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Ben 374.4864. '12756 down Just past Butler Plea .
Our little wooden building helps keep cost across from RAX DEPT OF AEROSPACE STUDIES

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TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTEDSpanish PERSONALSJANE 17 NOTICESMeeting

SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM les. Typing/Wordprocessing WordPerfect YII
tutor wanted for family
travelingto
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hay rides parties sales working dependable, personal service. Tara 332. 12.4.2.13 Let everyone know what's happening by
Students accepted. 466-3224 3758080. 1469 12-14-76-12' '15 W. Univ. 376-2012' placing a classified adl I

'12-14-76-11' Make $100/day and have free dental '12-4-5-15
TypmgLaser Typesetting** work, be a patient for the Fla. dental
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376-5465* 3500 W. Univ Ave. from time! Monday & Wed. 2 for 1 pitchers
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G'ville Handicapped Typing $45 tit Miami WPB/Pomp. $30 one way.

AAA STORAGE YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS Mr. with MA seeks Miss under 35 with BA 6 yrs of weekly Fri/Sun bus trips. Pets
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1 7026/305-266-3788./ 12-7-20-18'
4x4x4 $1S/mo, 2210.' Maracay, Aragua, Venezuela 12-
4x8x8 $30/mo Typing & Typesetting Theses, terminals & pc's, buy, sell, 12-9-15'
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.1771 Diss. & Manuscripts ONLY trade rent & repair Great prices QUALITY

12-14-76-11' Experienced see Grad Sch list CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 12- SHOE SALEOver 19 PETSFOR
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*FREE* 40-12 100 models still on sale featuring
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720 NW 23rd Avenue & reliable service. Call Nancy, from the crowd. Jostensl' There Is difference .
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Beautiful redtail Boa, nice temper $400- _
Dinner Special 3 Hrs $68
ABORTION (To 24 Wks) Supply. 123114RESEARCH'
includes tank acc. 2 cornsnakes for
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Gynecology Services Laser quality resume services On cam.
'12-7-5-15' $450 takes all. Call 335.6447 126-519
12-14-75-11' pus pickup/ delivery 375-8596 '12-14- PAPERS

15-12' Call Wendy 335-5646 leave message.
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7485. 12-14-75-11 336-5871 '12-13-11-12' glass nails and manicures through Dec 21 choose from. Pants & crew sweat shirts
: vanity license plate with HERS
at the Reitz Union Barber & Style Shop. $13' .88. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW '13
TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA found recently on campus. Call widenti
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ACCURATE CALL tying color & markings. 392-2183 ask for
Robert Hamilton. '1233-20
376-4854

1233 NW 10th Ave. '12-14-11-12' 15 PERSONALS 16 CONNECTIONSGAY
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/ / Close to O'Domel Full service word processing ? 81? QUESTIONING? building on approx. 11-20 Call to
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12-14-76-15 3-5-16
13 HELP WANTEDAVON by Communicore at Shands. Call Robbie
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you
a dirty car, think of Dave. Complete pro NEED LOW'COST BIRTH CONTROL? Discreet attractive couple seek bi-female 334-7009 to ID 12-4-3-20
fessional 375-8967 Get special student discounts on exams friend Send Interesting photo/phone/ P.O.
auto $40. 3361314.' '
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Athletic male seeks same for friendship & 12-4-3-20
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color & detail ticipate in new drug study for the treat FOUND: set of keys in womens bath
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis Inc. for write PO Box 79 Gville FL 32602-0079
Prints from Slides ment of jock itch (fungus of groin), call Info about the PERMANENT removal of Take a chance-I I did. 12-5-3-16 room in Turlington on 11/28 Call Melanie -
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Call 1-800-475-2288 ext. 1862 Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par 372-1226.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Cen-

Ive name, address and zip code. ticipate in new drug study for the treat. tral City. 12.14.78-15
12.14.12.11 ment of athlete's foot. Call 331.5379.
12-14-35-13' SAVE ON RAYBANS

YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING University Opticians
From the company that always uses INTELLIGENCE JOBS. 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
full cut diamond or cubic zirconla In ,12-14-76-15

their' fashion rings. Jostsnsl' There la I.a CIA, US Customs, DEA, It's not just a shame
difference; look for III! Florida Book FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC*
Store. 12-3-1-11, etc. Serving UF since 1977

Now Hiring. Call ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. Most Insurance accepted
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chair massage, clothes stay on. Stress Word processor, part-time, must know 373-7070
melts away. 2 for 1 UF faculty/student WP 4.2 60+ cwpm, available Immedi 12-14-76-15 used oil improperly.It's ,.
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Typing reports business legal 336-7970. 121473.15
crime.
resumes cassettes transcribed applications Male and Female dancers for strip-o- a
letters notary *etc. Available gram deliveries. Great pay! Balloonsand ALLEY KATZ Is a bowling center. We
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12 Open until ,lam Mon:-Thurs. 12-13-43-.
Would you like to be healthier, make .;
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& self service computing. Open until Now you can! Florida based non-profit 15PJ
10pm Su-Th. Typing starts, @ 1.50/pg company seeks young, ambitious part O'Connell Center H
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graphics spell check theses Call '1-800-223-7592, dial tone 3083527.
papers counties
in That's
Louise Mandrell Christmas Show up our drinking water too. why .most now
special characters employment '12-6-5-13'
databases mailmerge training. WordPerfect with special guest Irene Mandrell have used oil collection centers and why people who are ..
specialist VIsa/MC. 12.14-52.12 Growing sportswear company that sells December 5 at 8:00: pm used oil criminal .
merchandise to sororities/fraternities Is Jimmy Bulfett and the Coral Reefer caught dumping are now subject to prosecution

Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable looking for an energetic Individual to be a Band January 24 at 8.00pm and fines. So if you change your own motor oil, please

service. Reasonable rates. campus representative. Work 1 night & Call 392.1653 change the way you dispose of it. For information on the
Laser printer. 377-8175 Ill 9:00pm: 12- average $75-1100 per week. Call 214-' FOR TICKET INFORMATION
used oil collection
14-76-12 8751730. 12.5.3.13 12513.15 nearest center, PUT USD OIL It ITS PLACE.

call 1-800-741-4DER today. ATAUSBOtCOUKTIOHCBnH.SERVICES .
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vices. Resume House 3718148. 12-14- P.O. Box ,
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,AWGATOR, MONDAY,DECEMBER 3,1990

GAMEfrom question was this: would the Gators pull outa thews. Matthews was complete to Kirkpat- Find
page 20 win like they did at Alabama? Or would rick for the two-point conversion, bringingthe
they falter like they did against Tennessee? score to 38-24. someonespecial.
kicker Arden Czyzewski booted a 41-yard It didn't take long for an answer. On the At that point, Spurrier said he thought the
field goal to put UF within seven. Seminoles' first possession of the half, Wei- Gators had the momentum to catch up. But .
But FSU pulled out another big play. At don vaulted a 50-yard pass to wide receiver no matter how hard UF tried, it couldn't get : Vr' .
fourth-and-one on the Seminoles' 41yardline Matt Frier. Four plays and two UF penalties ahead. FSU scored againon a 2-yard carry
FSU's offense shifted before snappingthe later, FSU's Edgar Bennett ran two yards fora by Lee to make it 45-24.
ball, tricking the Gators into moving touchdown. Seminoles 31, Gators 10. Undaunted, the Gators plugged away. On
offsides. The Seminoles got the first down Later in the quarter, Matthews threw a the next drive, Matthews got his record and
and subsequently another touchdown, pull- touchdown pass to Mills, making It 31-16. Kirkpatrick got another TD reception with a
ing ahead 17-3. Florida State coach Bobby But Czyzewski's extra-point attempt was 9-yard catch in the end zone.UF's conversion
Bowden said the motion play was planned blocked by FSU's Bill Ragans. effort was no good and the Seminoles kept
during the week.In Then, In just under a minute, the Semi- their lead to 15.
the second quarter after a 36-yard drive, noles drove 64 yards in three plays for an- "We're not hanging our heads low," Spur-
Matthews jumped into the end zone for a other touchdown. Lee ran 16 yards for the rier said. "We thought we would play better
1-yard touchdown run, making the score score, which put FSU up by 22 points. than we did tonight but it didn't work out. Advertise in The
1710. FSU scored on the next drive, and Early in the fourth quarter the Gators I'm proud of the effort of the guys but Florida Alligator classifieds.
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.,1 A comeback still was within reach,and the another 1-yard touchdown rush by Mat- to." F 373-FIIND

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Kruger's crew outhustles Florida State, 8568By I


RON KASPRISKE Every time the bigger Florida State team
Alligator Staff Writer tried to close down on UFs front line, the
Gators would kick it out to Hogan, who
TALLAHASSEE When the Gators would nail a threepointer."Our .
came within two free throws of defeating No. offense is designed to work the ball
22 Texas Tuesday night, many UF fans got around to the open man, not just me,"Hogan r
their first glimpse of Lon Kruger's ability to said. "But I was able to get open and hit
out-coach his opponents. some shots."

Friday night against Florida State,UF fans Playing with a starting front line of 7-foot
got a long stare. Andre Reid, 6-11 Doug Edwards and 6-9
Playing with intensity and hustle,the over- Michael Polite, it was obvious FSU's strat-
achieving Gators buried their in-state rivals egy was to get the ball inside and take
85-68 as Kruger collected his first regular. advantage of the smaller Gators.
season win at UF in impressive fashion. But despite Polite's 22 points and Edwards
Using several strategic substitutions and 20 points, Florida State ((1-1)) shot miserablyall
exploiting the Seminoles' weaknesses, Kru over the court, including the free throw
ger and the Gators held off several Florida line. The Seminoles shot 33 percent from
State rallies in the first and second half and the field and 65 percent from the foul line.
never trailed in the contest at the Leon Of the starters, Polite was the best shooter,
County Civic Center. hitting just five of 14 shots from the field.
Senior forward Livingston Chatman led Meanwhile the Gators shot an impressive
UF,collecting his third-straight doubledouble 51 percent from the field and made seven
(double figures in points and rebounds) three pointers.
with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Center "Their guys answered with the shots,our
Dwayne Davis added 15 points. guys did not,"Kennedy said."Plus they beatus
"They did a real nice job with their game to the backboards and played a really
plan," said FSU coach Pat Kennedy. "We solid man-to-man defense."
had to play from behind all night and younger The Gators defense helped UF take a
teams will break down in those situa- 37-20 lead with two minutes left in the first
tions.We showed our lack of cohesiveness." half. Taking advantage of FSU's missed

Kennedy and Kruger agreed the key to shots, the Gators out rebounded the Semi- a } .rl
the Gators' win wasn't Chatman and Davis, noles 19-18 in the first half as both teams h
who were expected to be effective,but rather ended up with 41 in the game. { y wA.d
the play of Stacey, Poole and the Gators' Among the players who made a difference
guards. defensively was 6-7 freshman Louis Rowe.
Poole jumped out of the blocks, scoring Rowe, who finished with seven rebounds,
eight of UF's first 17 points, while point shut down Polite for a long stretch of the
guard B.J. Carter, who rarely scores in dou- second half.
ble figures, added 10 points in seven min- With Polite scoring, Florida State man
utes. aged to cut the lead to nine ((39-30)) at half- .
"I was happy for Stacey Poole to open up time and to four points three times in the .$ y t.
and start scoring," said Kruger, whose teamis second half.
1-2. "Stacey became that important third But Rowe held the forward to two free ADKIAM> OtNNIS:: *
UF guard Renaldo Garcia was one of four UF backcourt players that Florida State
seven-minute stretch of the
scorer for us tonight, which took the pres- throws during a I Ibut
sure off Dwayne and Livingston. Then, of second half and FSU couldn't catch the coach Pat Kennedy complimented for their performance against FSU. The Gators

course, B.J. started scoring and some other Gators. won 85-68.

guys stepped up and did a nice job." When the Seminoles scored, UF answered could never come close after that. Hogan agreed, pointing! out that the team
The biggest hero in UF's backcourt wasa with a basket of its own.The biggestof has improved time its played.
every
fired up Brian Hogan, who repeatedly beat which may have been Chatman's layup "The win was exciting and it means a lot I
the Seminoles' defense from long range, with 8:49: left a shot that boosted the to me," Kruger said. "But that still pales in "Like coach saysrtf we continue to play,
hitting four three-pointers and finishing witha Gators' lead back up to 12 at 62-50. FSU comparison to what this game means to the we're going to sharpen up the mistakes and
career-high 16 points. called timeout to stop the Gators' 12-4 run, players." take care of some details."


I UF women's basketball team takes third in tourney I


After losing to Colorado State Smith contributed 13 and 12 points, of her desire." their shots and had 41 rebounds."I .
MARC LAROZE .
By
69-65 Saturday, the Gators ((4-1)) respectively.Smith Letonya Watson paced Eastern think we displayed poor shot
Alligator Writer salvaged their weekend Sunday by also led the Gators in rebounding Michigan with 15 points and four selection, along with a lack of desire
defeating Eastern Michigan 73-57. with 13. rebounds.In to rebound," Ross said.
The UF women's basketballteam
lost its first game of the sea- Against Eastern Michigan, ju- "Rhvonja set the tempo for the their loss to CSU in the first Senior Sophia Witherspoon led
son Saturday at the Seelbach Car- nior Erika Lang was the Gators' whole game," UF Coach Carol round of the four-team tourney,the the Gators with 22 points and Mc0>
dinal Classic in Louisville, Ky., but leading scorer with 24 points. She Ross said."R.J. (Smith) Inconsistent Gators shot 36 percent from the Ghee added 13 points and 12 re-
came back on Sunday to win the also snatched eight rebounds. La- player, and her rebounding field and grabbed 39 rebounds bounds.Cindy Hoppe led CSU with
consolation game. Tonya McGhee and senior Rhvonja efforts today were a great indicator while the Rams made 48 percent of 15 points and eight rebounds.


UF women's swim team Four UF tennis players


I I

takes NIT ChampionshipBy qualify for tournamentBy


"','
F1DELMAN "We are very impressed with our DEBRA SARI UNN Lloyd defeated Alexander for the cham-
BRIAN
Writer women's performance," Baarcke said. "We Alligator Writer pionship, 6-2,4-6,6-.
Alligator
had tough goals and'the. girls came Arendt and Farley qualified for the na-
The UF women's swimming and diving through." Four women's tennis players,UFs largest tional tournament because of their preseason -
team ended fall this weekendby contingent ever, will compete in the ITCA
competition ,Stephanie Zunich was one UF swimmerwho rankings.
National tournament in Minneapolis, Febru-
field at the..NIT
beating
an eight-team came through. The senior set an Ala- ary 6-10. Arendt is ranked third,and Farley is fifth. ;,'
Championships at Alabama.The bama pool record, winning the 100-meter
women swam without freshman Ni- breaststroke in a NCAA-qualifying time of Senior Nicole Arendt and sophomore Andrea UF has more automatic qualifiers for the'
cole Halslett, who was busy doing her own 10194.: Zunich also qualified in the 200 Farley qualified for the tournament, tournament than any other school in the
winning at the U.S. Open in Indianapolis. breast. along with juniors Holly Lloyd and Jillian nation. Stanford University has the second
Alexander, who qualified by reaching the most with three automatic qualifiers, but
While winning the NIT, the women also Kristen Linehan also swam well She finals of the Rolex Regional Qualifier in seven wild card positions have not been
scored two Southeastern Conference dual placed second in the 1650-meter freestyleand Tallahassee, Nov. 12. determined yet. '
meet victories against Alabama and Auburn. then, in the very next event, qualifiedfor '"
the 200-meter back Due to rain delays, Lloyd and Alexanderdid Arendt and Alexander will also play in the
the NCAA meet in
pleased UF assistant with the coach results.Buddy_. Baarcke was stroke in 2:01.21.: not play the final match until Friday. doubles competition in February.r j



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18.; ALLIGATOR. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3.1990 I


Gators fight I FSU offense hits jackpot in victoryBy



The Seminoles had 331 yards passing behind set up another touchdown with a big play.
RON KASPRISKE
off
probationin quarterback Casey Weldon's two- Lee took a 29-yard screen pass from Weldonin
Alligator Staff Writer touchdown, 325-yard performance.And the second quarter making it 2410."I .

TALLAHASSEE Having success most importantly,the Seminoles had just wanted to have a big game," Lee
against UPS tough defense is like trying to the big play something Florida State said. "But it's obvious that It wasn't just me.
flashy yearIn win $50,000 in the lottery.But coach Bobby Bowden said was the differ My line gave me a lot of help."

while most teams have torn up their ence in the game. FSU,which returns four of its five starting
the year 2000, when UF has four or five offensive game plans like losing ticket "We had to have set the tone right away offensive linemen, went with a game planto
Southeastern Conference titles and a na- stubs, the Florida State offense struck it rich with the pass to Dawsey," Bowden said. get a lead and keep from turning the ball
tional championship under its belt, it will Saturday night against the Gators, rackingup "The big plays kept right on coming tonight. over something the Seminoles accomplished
have the team from a decade earlier to thank 487 yards of offense and 45 points. Our offense, looked great." with ease.Consistency .

for its success. Whether it was a screen pass, a handoff, FSU senior wide receiver Lawrence seemed to be a key for FSU's
This year's squad may not be the best or a long pass to a streaking wide receiver, Dawsey, who caught four passes for 172 offense, which never seemed to relinquishits
squad in school history. And it probably Florida State baffled UF's defense en routeto yards, began the barrage of big plays with two-touchdown lead after Lee made it
won't finish among the top 10 teams in the a 45-30 victory at Doak Campbell Sta- his first catch of the night. 24-10.

'., country. dium. On the Seminoles' second play from Weldon said the biggest play of the game
But it's doubtful that any UF squad will The Seminoles' 487-yard performancewas scrimmage, Dawsey beat UF cornerback didn't come from Lee or Dawsey though.
ever show more perseverance under adver- the most yards UF had given up since Richard Fain on a down-out-and-up pass The quarterback said receiver Matt Frier
sity than this year's did. 1984, when Tennessee gained 551 againstthe pattern and caught a 76-yard touchdownpass iced the victory.Up .

Gators. from Weldon. 24-10 in the third quarter, Weldon
> Alex/ Marvez UF's defense, ranked fifth in the nation Meanwhile, Lee, who caught one touch- connected on a 50-yard() pass to Frier over
THREE after allowing 234 yards a game through 10 down pass and ran in two more, gave FSUa the middle. The catch set up the game-win-
COUNT games, gave up 251 yards to the Seminolesin 17-3 lead with one of his several big plays. ning touchdown as Florida State went up
the first half alone. On third-and-goal on UF's 8-yard line, Lee 3110.

Overshadowing the team through the first The 9-2 Seminoles had 156 yards rushing took a pass out of the flats and beat three "I think our game plan was solid,"
two games was the threat of NCAA proba- behind sophomore tailback Amp Lee's Gators to the left corner of the goal line. Bowden said. "I'm really proud of the way

tion, a fear that came true just before the three-touchdown, 147-yard performance. In addition to his three touchdowns, Lee our coaches prepared for this game."

Gators' third game against Furman. All this
happened while both the offensive and de-

staff.Then fensive schemes units implemented were trying by UF's to new hone coaching the I Matthews has record performanceBy I


came the Gators' 45-3 loss to Ten
nessee five games into the season. The de- GREGG DOYEL
feat, which ruined UF's 5-0 record and Alligator Staff Writer

eliminated the Gators hopes of a national TALLAHASSEE-In time, UF quarter
championship, could have caused a team back Shane Matthews will enjoy the punctuation
with less chutzpah to fold. to his rise from boredom to

Instead, the Gators went on to pound their stardom.
next four opponents, claiming the best re- Matthews capped his improbable, fairy
cord in the SEC and erasing any fear of tale rise from bored fifth-stringer to start-
Auburn or Georgia from next year's team. Ing quarterback Saturday night in the
UF's 45-30 loss to Florida State may not Gators'45-30 loss to Florida State at Doak
have been an appropriate end for the Gators' Campbell Stadium. The sophomore from N
season. But don't think UF won't benefit Pascagoula, Miss., riddled the Seminolesfor .. i1y t
from its performance in the long run. 351 yards and two touchdowns, com-
The Gators managed to battle back froma pleting 29 of 48 passes.
17-3 deficit with its high-powered offense. With the big game, Matthews, whose
The no-surrender attitude was exemplifiedby collegiate action before this year con
quarterback Shane Matthews and right sisted of two handoffs in 1989, now ownsa
tackle Glenn Neely.It slew of single-season UF records.He .
seemed every time Matthews marchedthe finishes the year with 2,952 passing
Gators down the field fora score, Florida yards on 229 completions, both school
State quarterback Casey Weldon would do marks. The 300-plus yard day was
the same only in half the time. Matthews' fifth of the season and third' ina

Matthews, though, capped his sophomoreseason row, also UF records.
And there's Matthews has
by breaking six school records and more. now
UF single-season highs in total offense
finishing the season with 2,952 passing
((2,925)) and touchdowns accounted for
yards, the-second-highest SEC total of all-
time behind the 3,178 yards tallied by ((27 23 passing, four rushing).
But the marks in effort
came a losing ,
.., Vanderbilt's Kurt Page in 1983.
to arch-rival FSU, in what was UF's 15
Neely lost his starting position the ALLIGATOR
on J.S. SULLIVAN -
seniors last chance to beat'the Seminoles.For Shane Matthews set several UF records
offensive line after allowing three sacks Saturday with his performance. Mat- I
that,you'll have to forgive the record- thews is now the Gators all-time
against Tennessee. But when right tackle leading passer for a single season.a .
breaking Matthews for not popping the
Tony Rowell went down with torn knee lig- front-row seat for the "
storybook
champagne just yet. ending, to get better, too.
aments in the first the Gators called
quarter, "I've said all year I could care less about and admitted it has been a unique view. Matthews, possibly his own harshest
upon Neely to step in. And he responded, the records," Matthews said. "Right now Reaves, you see, is the former UF quarterback critic, would be the first to agree.
giving Matthews plenty of time to throw from
his side of the line. this loss is hard to swallow, and that's all whose records fell to Matthews' "I've grown as a player,but I've still gota
I'm really thinking about right arm. long, long way to go,"" said Matthews,
Defensively, UF didn't perform well. Butit "It's been a unique situation, watching who moved into second on the singleseason -
was probably because Florida State played "But we still had a great season, and wedon't
: the records_go, but I'mjust glad for Shane charts for touchdowns (23) attempts
need to hold heads down. I thinkwe've
'*' perhaps the best offensive in college our
game that he had the opportunity :
and
((378)) 200-yard passing
football this The Seminoles used the had some fun. ""
season. said Reaves, who
games (nine).
big play to perfection, and their fakes were Sure beats chewing on gum from the still has five school passIng Matthews

crisp and convincing.In sideline, Matthews' favorite practice pas- records from his has "I've said this many

the future, UF should have its choiceof time last year while the other quarter sophomore 1969 season. thrown for 2,952 times, but I just thank God
every top offensive player In the nation, backs received the majority of the "And it couldn't have for coach Spurrier. In his
-t, (because who wouldn't salivate at the thought' repetitions. happened to a better yards this season.But offense, records will be
of playing under UF coach Steve Spurrier. Matthews, fifth on the depth chart, guy." broken "
I
I The fact the Gators didn't fold their tent stopped working on the gum and began the Seminoles didn't make it easy Senior wide,receiver every Terence year.Barber.

bodes especially well for this spring's recruit- working on the field when first-year coach on Matthews, who spent much of the thinks he knows who will break those
ing. Steve Spurrier and his flashy offense arrived evening running for his life or on his back. records."It .
1. I When Matthews said the Gators had no prior to spring practice. Matthews FSU sacked Matthews five times and pun-
I reason to hang their heads after losing to rode a strong showing in the Orange and ished him on many of his 13 scrambles. was a pleasure"" to be part of a record-
., Florida State, he was right. UF performed Blue scrimmage to first string. The rest "The broke down breaking year, said Barber, whose three
i. protection on Shaneat
receptions
against FSU gives him 35 for
better this than almost has been of tale.
out
season anyone ex- straight a fairy times, but he's "
a good one, Spurriersaid. the year. "Shane's going to break a lot
pected has, and been the built.groundwork for future success UF tight ends coach John Reaves had "He hung in there. He's just going more by the time he's done.E ."'



MONDAY, DECEMBER 3,1990,ALLIGATOR.



Detmer guns past Ismail I I


for 1990 Heisman TrophyUnited


s Press International Oklahoma State's Barry Sand-
ers. He also became the first in
NEW YORK,- Someone fi- a long line of brilliant BYU quarterbacks -
nally blasted past the Rocket. to be named the
.
rrr Brigham Young's Ty Detmer nation's'outstanding college
: ,
a frail-looking quarterback who football player.
eluded the rush of college re- When the nationally televised
cruiters by walking into coach announcement was made, Det
laVell Edwards'office and offer- mer was in Honolulu preparingfor
ing his talents, was named the BYU's game with Hawaii on
56th winner of the Heisman Trophy Saturday night.

Saturday night at the Down- 'With a lei draped around his
town Athletic Club. neck, the slow-talking Detmer,
Detmer won college football's from San Antonio,Texas, broke
.,art most cherished award by a decisive into a grin while several of his .
margin over runner-up teammates erupted in celebra-
Raghib "Rocket" Ismail, Notre tion.

443M Dame's quicksilver allpurposeback. "I remember seeing Earl
Campbell win the Heisman (On
Detmer captured 316 first-. 1977)) when I was a kid, and I've
place votes and 1,482 points, followed it ever since," Detmer
winning all six regions, while said. "I often thought to myself,
k Ismail received 237 firstplace 'Man, it would be great to win it
votes and collected 1,177 points. someday."*

Colorado running back Eric Detmer said he would returnto
Bieniemy was third, Virginia BYU next season rather than
quarterback Shawn Moore enter the NFL draft, as the two
fourth and Houston quarterbackDavid previous Heisman Trophy win.
Klingler fifth. ners have done.

Detmer became only the 10th, "I'll be back next year," Det
JS SULLIVAN ALLIGATOR 'junior to win the Heisman, but mer said. "I committed for five
I Gatorback Godfrey Myles tried to haul down Florida State tailback Amp Lee. Lee finished the (the third in succession, follow years when I came here,and the
game with 147 yards and three touchdowns. ing Houston's Andre Ware and program has plans for me."



I Seminoles had the fireworks early to burn Gators I



TALLAHASSEE Saturday lofted a 55-yard pass that Dawsey ments later for a 31-10 FSU lead. and Matthews connected on an- the third quarter.

night's UF-Florida State battle was pulled in at the UF 25 and took in Oops other scoring pass in the third Early in the quarter, Buckleygot
billed as potentially 'one of the for the score and a 7-0 lead 57 UF and FSU boo-booed away quarter, this one from 14 yards. lost while covering the speedy
year's most exciting games, and it seconds into the game. touchdowns on back-to-back sec This time, however, FSU was the Mills. Buckley recovered by fore-

didn't take long for the hype to bear After the kickoff, UF tailback ond-quarter drives. guilty party, offsides. arming Mills before the ball arrived

out. Willie McClendon was slammed on The Gators had the honors first Motlonrooskle? and was flagged for pass
One minute and 11 seconds, to UF's first play from scrimmage and as Matthews found Ernie Mills Bobby Bowden reached deep interference.On .
be exact. ball into the air. into his bag of tricks in the second
had the pop high alone in the end zone for an appar-
Offensive tackle Hesham Ismail ent touchdown. Matthews, however quarter and found a play worth five the Gators' next possession,
Doyel had his hands on the loose ball,but had waited a second too long yards-without snapping the ball. Mills took Buckley down the mid-
NOTEBOOK FSU linebacker Howard Dinkins for the snap, and was flagged for FSU faced fourth and inches dle and yanked a Matthews pass
recovered. Richie Andrews delay of game. An interception byFSU's from its 41-yard line when Bowden, away from the sophomore Semi-
boosted the Seminoles' lead to 10- John Wyche killed the drive known for gadgets and rooskies, nole for a 28-yard gain. The frus-
0 four plays later on a 47-yard field two plays later. called what could best be de- trated Buckley then yanked Mills'
Senior Lawrence Dawsey scribed as a motionrooskie.As facemask on the way to the ground
warmed up the Doak Campbellrecord goal.FSU's After the Seminoles advanced Weldon to Weldon barked out a signal, and was flagged for another pen-
crowd of 63,190 on the second offense struck some more their 35yard.line, three Seminoles jerked out of their alty.
play of the game, pulling in a 76- lightning on its first play of the launched a bomb to an open Shan- down stances and toward the side-
Baker. Baker let the ball slip
non Adding insult to insult, Buckley,
yard scoring pass from Casey Wel- second half. After a short UF punt, line. UF linebacker Fee Bartley fell
between his arms at the UF 10yardline the nation's sixth- leading punt re-
with freshman
Weldon hooked up for the motion and cracked tight
don.Weldon and FSU punted on the next unable to return
turner
was any
for 50 to
suckered UF corner- receiver Matt Frier yards end Marvin Terrell.'The offsides
back Richard Fain with a pump the UF 12-yard line.Edgar Bennett play.A. extended an FSU drive that culmi- against UF."Buckley. .I
fake to Dawsey on the out,and then plowed in from two yards out mo flag lay on the field,after Mills nated in Weldon's 8-yard scoring was talking out there.

pass to Amp Lee.Burnt He thought he was good," UF re-
Buckley ceiver Terence Barber said. "He's

Seminoles 45 Gators 30 I Probably the most impressive not as good as he thought.
three-yard run of the night be- Poor Timing
Score by Ortr 1 2 3 4 F Passing Yards 331 :351CompnInk Keller 1 10 0 10 longed to UF tailback Errict Rhett,
UF 3 7 8 14 30 14-24-0 29-49-2 2-1 Totals 21 351 2 II who was unkind to two of FSU's Saturday night's loss marred a
Florida State 7 45 Fumbles-lost 0.0
17 7 14
PenaWe.-Yard. 11-113 12.70 top defensive players.On potentially record-setting season
Time of Possession 30:20: 29:40: FSU Statistics first and goal from the 4-yard for UF. For starters, the loss
FSU Dawsey 76 from Weldon Rushing" AI1 Ydl TD Lg their first
pass blocked the Gators from
28 147 2 38 in the
(Andrews kick) Lee line, Rhett took a pitch deep a
FSU Andrews 47 FQ UF Statistics Bennett e 15 2 7 backfield,where he left sophomore 10-1 season.
UF Alt To LRhett Weldon 5.12 0 4
-Czyzewskl 41 FG Rushing
Yg; 1 3 0 3Dawsey cornerback Terrell
FSU Lee 8 pass from Weldon (Andrews 14 0 Moore 1 Buckley grasp- By losing to FSU, the Gators
1 3 0 3
kick 7 ,43 0. 11
) McClendon ing at air.
UF-Matthew 1 run (Czyzewskl kick) Barber 1 7 0 7 Totals 31 1S. 4 3.Pa..lng failed to complete a sweep of their
FSU Bennett 2 run (Andrews kick) Matthews 18 28 2 20 At the line of scrimmage Rhett three arch-rivals (Auburn,Georgiaand
Ink Yds TD
FSU Bennett 2 run (Andrews kick) Tollll 40 133 2 20 All Cmp encountered freshman linebacker
the fifth time in
UF Weldon 23 13 0 325 2 FSU) for only
-Mills 14 from Matthews kick
(
blocked) pass Passing All Cmp Ink Ydl TD Johnson l' 0 5 0 sensation Marvin Jones, who leads school history. The loss also j jeopardizes .
FSU Lee 18 run (Andrew kick) Matthews 48 29 2 351 2 Totals 24 14 0 331 2Rle.lvlng the Seminoles with 133 tackles. UPs hopes of a fourth top-
UF Matthews pass Barber 1 0 0 0 0Totals
1 run Kirkpatrlck
( No Ydl TD LgDawsey Rhett ran over Jones before being
from Matthews) 4t 211 2"1 2 10 finish. The Gators entered the
FSU Lee 2 run (Andrews kick) 4 172 1,78 dragged down by two defenders at game sixth in the Associated Press
UF Kirkpatrlck 9 pass from Matthews Receiving No 7 Yds 126 TO 1 23 I Lit Frier 2 88 3 43 0 50 1 the 1-yard line. Shane Matthews Top 25.
(pass Mills
incomplete
) Kirkpatrick 8 72 1 18 Bennett 2 30 0 t7 scored on the next play.
Barber 3 3 44 39 0 0 35Rhen 17 Johnson Moore R. 2 1 12 8 0 0 8 8 For Jones, the night got better. UF has dropped four in a row to
Pint Downs FSU 19 UF 31 McClendon 8 52 0 17 Totals 14 331 2 7. He finished with a game-high 18 the Seminoles and had lost three ,.
Ruihes-Yards 39-156 40-133 Everett 1 8 0 8 tackles. Buckley, however, probably in a row to Auburn and Georgia
; should ,have called in sick for before'defeating them this season.r .
,
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,ALLIGATOR, MONDAY,DECEMBER 3. IM


SPORTS"UF




I defense folds Florida State wins 45-30 -I IBy I



UF inside linebacker Jerry Odom. downs and threw two, has accounted
SHARON GINN
"I guess we were trying to do more for 27 TD's for the season,
Staff Writer
Alligator than our jobs. By doing that, we breaking John Reaves' 1969 UF
TALlAHASSEE Near the tail were getting out of position." record of 25. He totaled 229 com-

end of this unpredictable college With the loss,the Gators end the pletions and 2,952 yards on the
football season, UF probably con season at 9-2, dashing hopes of 10 season, also new UF records.
fused quite a few APTop 10 voters. victories and a Cinderella finish for Wide receiver Ernie Mills

Entering the Florida State game, first-year coach Steve Spurrier.But caught seven of those passes Sat ar
many figured if UF quarterbackShane Spurrier pointed out after the urday for 126 yards and one touch-
Matthews produced,the Ga- game, three Florida teams UF, down. Redshirt freshman Errict
tors would win easily. After all, UF FSU and Miami all will finish Rhett accounted for 57 of UF's 133

.. usually has a defense that can be the regular season with the same rushing yards. {
counted on to stop any opposition. record. But no matter how much Mat

Matthews did, but UF's defense However, No. 6 UF probably will thews and the offense tried to keep
didn't. drop out of the Associated Press UF afloat, they were continually

Matthews, who completed 29 of Top 10 while the No. 8 Seminoleswill upstaged by the Seminoles.FSU K

48 passes for 351 yards, broke the move up. quarterback Casey Weldon
school record for single-season "I'm going to still say we're one completed only 13 passes Saturday
but amassed 325 One
passing yardage and completions.This of the best teams in the nation," yards.
of those the second
time, it was the Gators de- said UF cornerback Richard Fain. passes was on 40
fense that faltered, allowing 487 "But there are a lot of fine football play of the game, a 76-yard touch-
down to wide receiver law-
yards and countless big plays in teams." pass
FSU's 45-30 pounding of the Gatorsat wasn't rence Dawsey.
Saturday's game exactlyan
"Both our defensive backs (Fain
Doak Campbell Stadium.No FSU favored
upset was by
and Will White) got beat on that
how times the but it unusual.
matter many three points was "
one, Spurrier said. "You should
Gators scored, those Seminoles The 75 points was the most ever
not allow a team to get you like thatat
would score right back. And UF scored in series history, and the "
in the
point
any game.
would keep on letting them. teams combined for nearly 1,000 Dawsey caught four passes for ,g .t"N wa

This was the nation's fifth-best yards of offense. 176 yards and one touchdown.Tail- .a+H.ppeM..Ee

defense? UF accumulated 484 yards. Mat back Amp Lee accounted for three

"We wanted it too much," said thews, who rushed for two touch- more touchdowns, 147 yards rushing

and 43 yards receiving.

'" .r : )' ; ', dt: '1' ,.. :: -! : .( '...Ji: 1< dll it After holding opponents to an
\ ; < : average of 234.7 yards a game,
R'owe'U+ will 'mlss'Sp'ri 1g: ; > UF's defensive players said they

tI.P never expected an opponent to ,
JS SULLIVAN ALLIGATOR
Starting offensive'tackle l Tony Rowell underwent major::reconstructive -\, rack up those kinds of numbers."If Officials signal a touchdown for UF quarterback Shane Matthews.-

knee' surgery Sunday and won't return to playing shaped;; we could have played wortha Matthews threw for two touchdowns and ran for two makinghim I
,until next fall, UF team doctor Pete Indelicate said. ,:j half a darn, we could have won responsible for 27 Gators' touchdowns this season.
tackle this season } the game," Odom said. "But we
Rowell, who started five games at right after'= bled
the Gators' noles.
replacing Glenn Neely, injured his left knee in the first half of tbeI' I didn't. And I want to apologize on next posses-
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Florida State'game Saturday.night ;ak'. &;, right here. We just got our butts sion.The a ,
seemed to turn in UF's favor. The
whipped. ball popped up in the air and
Rowell suffered, major ligament;damage and'wnfbe'in'; Shands'' From the beginning, the game was recovered by FSU linebacker Gators drove the ball 57 yards
Hospital for: three or four days for rehabilitationrtIndelicato.; $aId..1J belonged to FSU. After the 79-yard Howard Dinkins, resulting in a 47- down the field in 13 plays, and

-RON.KASPRISKIT.. c. pass to Dawsey resulted in a score, yard field goal by Richie Andrewsand see Game page 16
UF tailback Willie McClendon fum- a quick 10-0 lead by the Semi-

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