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By LEIGH GLENN "This resolution is clearly not within the this issue than I've seen in the Senate in senators deleted the third point, which dealt
Alligator Writer objects of the Senate as defined within its years," said Chance, who is in her third with the Palestinian-Israeli problem.
constitution and bylaws," said law Professor Senate term."It's kind of like Rip van Winkle. Several students, especially those repre-
Members of the University Senate voted David Richardson. "The Senate is supposedto Members of the Senate are less drowsy." senting Jewish concerns, disapproved of the
26-24 Monday to defeat a resolution that deal with problems at the University. It's The senators and students representedthree third point.
asked elected officials to search for a peace- not something about which this Senate has points of view: those who felt the Sophomore Darin Diner said he didn't
ful solution to the Persian Gulf crisis. any particular expertise." Senate should not take a political stance; believe much thought was given to the his-
One faculty member who voted againstthe Despite the resolution's rejection,the spe- those who oppose a possible war and believein tory of the Middle East region before the
resolution said it was defeated becauseit cial meeting drew a large number of faculty, the resolution's validity; and those who resolution was prepared.
wasn't a topic the Senate should consider. students and staff and generated more de- disapprove the resolution's wording about "The region is a volatile region," he said.
Some also felt the resolution was too political bate and discussion than any issue ever to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. "It would be so without the state of Israel."I .
because it included a statement that Identi- come before the Senate, said Senate Steer Before rejecting the resolution, which addressed just feel that neither the United Nationssee
fied the "Palestinian-Israeli problem" as the ing Committee Chairwoman Jean Chance. Florida's two senators, one repre-
underlying cause of instability in the region. "(The session created) more debate on sentative and President George Bush, Peace, page 5



I WSU to defy.. UF -policies by.. meeting- on campus- I IBy

JACK REJTMAN in response to a letter the group ing," former Gainesville ACLU the administration and (UF President ished if they meet in a classroom.
Writer received last week from the American Chairman Charles Willett said*in John) Lombardi! have de- "They could be subject to Uni-
Alligator Civil Liberties Union. In the the letter. nounced," Wright said. versity disciplinary action,"
The White Student Union plansto letter, the ACLU said WSU didn't Wright plans to prove UF admin- Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt Sandeen said. "But so could I if I
meet on campus Friday to test a prove its claim that UF violated the istrators restrict the freedom of Sandeen said Monday that UF break University regulations."
UF policy that prohibits unregis- group's First-Amendment rights. clubs they politically oppose by isn't attacking WSU or any other McCormick said the group is
tered student groups from using "Before the ACLU could even having the group meet in group. willing to take that risk rather than
school facilities, WSU Vice President consider bringing legal action, Turlington Hall Room 2301C at 7p.m. "We're not in the business of meet secretly."If .
Steve McCormick said Mon your group would have to present Friday. trying to restrict people in what we're an underground orga-
day firm evidence that the Universityhas "We want to challenge the limitsof they say or do, but we do have a nization, people will have less access
WSU President Mark Wright, taken affirmative steps to pre- the students'constitutional rightto policy," Sandeen said. to who we are and be more
McCormick and WSU member Hu vent the members from meeting, freedom of assembly at the Uni- According to student conduct
Long decided to hold the meeting speaking,assembling and associat versity, especially of groups that laws,WSU members could be pun see ACLU, page 8

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Condoms sexual trivia I



part of UF, AIDS Day I IBy


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M I would have said people think it is a male
CHRISTINA BREDA
{ disease," he said. "People are more aware
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now, but it's not enough to let education die
True or false Circumcision is a sailing down, because AIDS is still spreading at a
trip around the world. terrific rate."
True or false Christopher Columbushad Karen Bentrup, AIDS Education and
an illegitimate son. Training Center director, said most people
UF students tested their knowledge of still have a stereotyped image of AIDS pa-
sex trivia Monday while they picked up free tients, and women don't worry enough
condoms and information outside about the disease because they don't feel at
Turlington Hall as part of campus participation risk.
in World AIDS Day. "I still think the stereotype is of a thin,
The UF Infirmary and Circle K, a service- white man in a pink shirt," Bentrup said.
oriented group that develops leadershipskills "People need to feel personally at risk before
passed out free condoms and pam- they do something about their behavior."
phlets in an effort to educate students about Sophomore Adrianna Herbert said every-
safe sex and AIDS. Condoms were suppliedby one should be educated about AIDS, and
the Department of Health and Rehabili- women,especially,need to realize the risks.
tative Services. "Everyone thinks it's just a homosexual
Victor Manocchio, Circle K AIDS aware disease," Herbert said. "But everyone
ness project chairman, spent the morningnext should know that women get it too."
to a miniature Christmas tree decorated Sophomore Alana Benefield said givingout
with condoms and tested students' free condoms was a good way to get
knowledge. Manocchio said although this people involved."A .
year's events focused on women, AIDS in- lot of people are afraid to buy them,"
formation pertains to everyone."I Benefield said. "Everyone thinks it's a joke
bM t tf think women need to be aware,becausea coming out here to get them, so now is a
lot of men don't want to take the respon- great time to get them."
sibility," Manocchio said. "I don't think Sophomore Camille Branford agreed that
that's right, but that's the way it is." the crowds and casual atmosphere in the
N People realize now more than ever that Turlington plaza helped people overcome
DONALD LIVAN:: women can get AIDS, but more convincing their embarrassment."It .
Health and human performance senior Loretta Thayer arranges decorative needs to be done, he said. will help them get over their anxiety,
condom pins for display In front of Turlington Hall Monday. "If you had asked me a couple years ago, and it will help them later."
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Letter-writing campaign to troops postponedBy


PATRICIA LEE after the holidays," said Michael Gold, SG's write their own messages. !inary stages, the campaign already has the
Writer food service executive director. The free cards will be available at support of another group. Florida Blue Key,
Alligator Gold, the letter-collection project coordi- Turlington Hall, the Reitz Union and some a UF leadership.honorary, has agreed to
American troops serving in the Middle nator, said the campaign now will be done off-campus locations such as Hey Mr. Post-
East not be much from UF the first second week of office Archer Road help.And
may hearing now probably or spring man, a private post on even though SG won't be collecting
that Student Government Gold said.
a letter-writing semester.
letters until next semester, Gold says that
campaign has been postponed until spring. "It's a shame we won't get the messagesout Gold also said he is trying to get local copy shouldn't stop willing students from writingnow.
The campaign,announced last week,orig- for the holidays," Gold said. "But now centers to donate the cards so that SG only .
inally was designed to lift the morale of U.S. we have more time to make the campaign has to pay the postage for bulk mailing."If .
troops in Saudi Arabia by sending holiday better." it all works out as planned, in theory, Letters to soldiers in the Army or Air
messages from UF students. But after Among the new ideas is getting greeting no one will have to pay for anything," Gold Force should be addressed to Operation
checking around, the project coordinator cards mass produced so students won't haveto said. Students may be asked, but are not Desert Shield, APO New York NY 09848-
realized the mail wouldn't arrive in time. go out and buy them,Gold said.The cards, obligated,to provide 25-cent stamps for their 0006. Those to soldiers in the Navy or Ma-
"We really wanted to do this for the holi- which will have a sentiment printed on the cards. rines should go to Operation Desert Shield,
days, but (the mail) wouldn't get there until outside, will be blank inside so students can Although the project still is in the prelim- FPO New York, NY 09866-0006.


Library, auditorium to be available SG debates to center on funding

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'for 24-hour studying during finalsStudents jazz festival fencing club, TowerStudent

who need to study all night in ,study" Charles said. senators are expected to ap- Senators also will hear a$5,000 request
preparation for finals can go to the Mar- And Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol prove more than $30,000 for Celebration from the UF Fencing Club.The 89-mem-
.ston Science Library Carleton Audito- will be available for late-night studiers he -the spring's biggest student-run event ber club wants money to upgrade its
rium starting next week., said. at tonight's meeting. equipment so it can compete regionally."We .

The new hours,provided for those pull:. Student Body' President Michael Senators tentatively approved the need to get as much bang for the
ing all-nighters during Dead Week and Browne said no SG money will be usedto money for the annual arts and jazz festivalat buck as we can," Tanenbaum said. "I
finals,will be in effect Dec. 12-20. Student keep the buildings open,but volunteerswill last week's meeting. don't think money should be spent so thata
Government Academic Cabinet director be on-hand to help. Celebration Producer Joe Touger said relatively small number of students can
Evan Charles said the library will remain : he won't sign acts until senators approvethe compete. I don't think the UF student
"open 24 hours a day and the auditorium, While all students are welcome no foodor request.A body will benefit.

will,be.open? from 10 t p.m. to 7- a.m." I, drinks Browne will be said allowed he plans in either to promote building''and bill requesting$8,800 for the Student Senators also will vote on bills elimi-
In the past, many students took advantage -, this rule. Government course guide also will be nating unused portions of the Student
of the opportunity to study late in the' heard at the meeting, said Senate Presi- Body Statutes and will have a final chanceto
;open buildings, Charles said.," :'' "If we're not able to stop students from dent Adam Tanenbaum. The SG course debate the $12,000 debt payment for

"Last year in the science'library,'there eating and drinking,we'll kill our books." guide is a listing of classes that will help Tower yearbook.

I were people.even sitting on the,floors to, .," ,..;. ANNE-MARIE. PANKOWSKI students plan schedules. ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI
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Dorm TVs to show Post office

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, economics classesBy hints helpholiday .


mailBy
MARION CALLAHAN "Most of the students that participated
in the residence classes
Alligator Writer
last semester preferred to watch JENNIFER C. MITCHELL
Students soon will be able to rollover their classes in more relaxed areas, Alligator WriterIf
switch on the remote control such as their dorm rooms or in the
and catch their economics class lounge," Blansett said. "These aca- you are mailing good tidings this
just in time. demic classes are actually providedto holiday season,you might want to send
The College of Business' pilot give the residents more conve them early so they will get there on
study, which broadcast two sections nience." time.
ol economic While Blansett Gainesville Postmaster Herb Schroeter -
classes on channel said she wouldn't said the overall volume of mail
8 in the Graham Economicscourses encourage off-cam- increases by about 20 or 30 percent this
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Area earlier this se- pus students to time of year. To accommodate this,
mester, will expand will be register for the Schroeter said the post office plans to
to 12 new sections, they have special boxes just for holiday
assignedsectionclasses broadcast in the will not be barred cards.
in the from taking classes "The earlier they can mail them, the
Graham Hall
spring semester. broadcast in the better we can deliver their mail," he
Students now Rec Room, the dormitories.The said. Schroeter said the special boxes
will be able to reg- Division of will start to appear this week in places
ister for all assigned Jennings Hall Housing will con like the University Station Post Office,
class they ConferenceRoom tinue to provide the Oaks Mall and on the UF campus.
can watch in their section replays in The boxes will be white and will stand
dormitory roomsor and the the evening. Channel a. beside the normal blue ones, he said.
lounges. Macro- Residence 8, which is part dY Schroeter recommended that students
economics (ECO new of the 17- channel, be sure to use correct ZIP codeson
2013)) and microe- Facility Class- closed-cable sys- cards and packages. Larry Awbrey
conomics (ECO tem that has beenin a postal clerk, said ZIP codes are even
2023)) course sections room. operation since more important than city names whenit
will be broad- fall 1986 provides comes to sorting the mail.
cast sixth, seventh and eighth pe- replays and cable programming in a "That's the main thing they look for
riods in the Graham Hall Rec the rooms and lounges. first," Awbrey said. For example, if a
Room, the Jennings Hall Confer- letter is addressed to Sarasota, but hasa
ence Room and the New' Residence Interim Bureau of Economic and Gainesville ZIP code, it will be sent
Facility Classroom. Business Research, director David to Gainesville, he said.
The pilot study originally was Denslow, an economics professorwho STEPHANIE SOMMER Because Christmas is on a Tuesdaythis
intended to provide additional teaches the televised classes, 0 Christmas tree year Schroeter said the post officeis
classroom space because of the said students will be notified of test worried people might have the false
locations the first of Johnny Derby 4, admires the decorations on a Christmas -
renovations planned for Bryan Hallin on day class I impression they can send mail later
the spring Assistant Housing when a live professor or graduate tree at the Oaks Mall.
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Mich. (UPI) Two Northwest Air. the right wing of the 727 contacted the aft section of
lines jets collided on a foggy runway at Detroit Met- the DC-9, resulting in a fire aboard the DC-9 on a .
ropolitan Aiprort Monday. At least 19 people were taxiway near Concourse A," he said. PRE-NURSING SEMINAR
reported killed and at least 25 others were injured. Wayne County Executive Ed McNamara said a
Northwest Flight 1482 bound for Pittsburgh,a DC-9 winter storm had slammed the Detroit area earlier,
carrying 39 passengers and five crewmembers, and but precipitation had stopped by midday, leaving the
Northwest Flight 299, a Boeing 727 carrying 146 airport shrouded in fog. He said the weather was "a WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5
passengers and 10 crewmembers, collided on a take- very serious factor" in the collision.
off runway about I 1:45: p.m. EST, an airline spokesmansaid. National Transportation Safety Board officials were 6:30:
sent from Washington to investigate the collision. pm
The DC-9 burst into flames, quickly leaving it a "Visibility was down very low," McNamara said. "I 1 Beaty Towers Rec RoomAll
charred hulk with most of the top of its passenger happened to be passing by the airport and commentedon
cabin burned away it. No question weather was a factor."
A Romulus deputy fire chief said some of the dead Rod Nacker of Sterling Heights was aboard the 727
were still strapped in their seats aboard the DC-9. "It headed for Memphis. "We were taxiing just before
is a disaster," said the deputy, who requested anonymity takeoff,"he said."It seems the captain didn't even see Interested In the professionof
He said "about half the people on board" the the other plane. NURSING attend the
DC-9 were ki11ed.Northwest The other plane was in a lot worse condition than
spokesman Bob Gibbons said in St.Paul, ours," Nacker said. "We were losing a lot of aviation Informative presentation by
Minn., where the airline has its headquarters, that at fuel. They foamed both planes. We couldn't see out the UF Nursing College Council.F
least 19 people were reported killed in the collision, the windows."
and hospitals reported as many as 25 injured, one
critically. Relatives and survivors were taken to a nearby hotel 0
Another Northwest spokesman, Doug Miller, said away from members of the news media, where psychologists
the aircraft were taxiing for takeoff in the fog at Detroit and members of the clergy were assem-
when the accident occurred. "Initial reports suggest bling to help them deal with grief.
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I' Kohl retained in all-German electionsBERLIN l


(UPI) Chancellor Helmut Kohl, the Germany's proportional representation system. But
architect of German unity, and his center-right coali- the eastern Greens, running in tandem with several
tion government on Sunday won the first all-German small civil rights groups,only needed to gain 5 percentin
election in 58 years as left-wing parties suffered one their part of the country. Their alliance exceededthat Balfour
of their worst post-war defeats. and won seven seats.
College RingHoliday
Computer projections based on partial returns gave "I'm delighted we are all voting again," said an
Kohl's coalition of his Christian Democrats,the Chris- 86yearold woman at an old-age home in Frankfurt.
tian Social Union and the Free Democrats 55 percentof Kohl, 60, the guiding hand behind unification,
the vote, a slight improvement over their 53 show gained his third consecutive term. "This is a day of
ing in the last West German election in 1987. joy," he said in a victory speech at Christian Democratic
The big losers were the leftist Social Democratsand headquarters in Bonn. This is a great result,
the Greens, whose support was largely drained and we can be very proud."
away by smaller parties.The Social Democratic vote Kohl, a deeply unpopular figure a year ago before
fell to 33 percent, one of the party's slowest post-war the collapse of the East German government changedhis
totals, and it lost its dominant position in the Berlin fortunes, said: "In January, few people, even in s+ 4 /
city government to the Christian Democrats.The our own ranks, would have thought this result was
Greens in western Germany, who ran a sepa- possible."
rate campaign from the Greens in the east, lost all of He expressed particular satisfaction that the resultin
their 43 seats in parliament when they failed to gain the former East Germany was roughly the same as
the minimum 5 percent of the vote needed under the outcome in the rest of the country.


. Soldiers seize Army post in Argentina I HuTbYi '


BUENOS AIRES,Argentina (UPI)-Rebel soldiers streets of Palermo, the site of the First Regiment
seized the headquarters of the Army chief of staff anda Barracks, which was taken over by the rebels when 0,
regimental barracks in the capital before dawn the offensive began at about 3 a.m. 3
Monday, three days before a scheduled visit to the Officers and enlisted men tried to dislodge the
country by President Bush, witnesses said. rebels from the building, and several soldiers were
President Carlos Menem set up a command postin reported wounded in the ensuing gunfire, witnessessaid.
the government palace only a half block from the Some radio reports said two officers were killed.
building seized by the rebels and declared a state of The group of about 50 rebel officers were believedto .
siege, allowing police to make arrests without war be aligned with retired army Col. Mohamed Ali
rants. Seineldin,who is serving an arrest term in a barracksin
Presidential spokesman Humberto Toledo said Me- southern Argentina for meddling in civilian affairs.
nem decided to declare the state of siege after he Seineldin was the leader of one of the three ultra-
"met with members of his cabinet and reviewed the rightist military rebellions against former presidentRaul 6
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situation. Alfonsin.
The capital was outwardly calm despite constant
radio reports giving news of the rebellion, in whichat The army command would not comment on the
least five people were believed to have been rebellion. In Washington, the State Department had
wounded. no comment on the rebellion, and there were no
Gunfire was heard in the normally quiet residential details on how the rebellion would affect Bush's trip.


i MAIL mas, and I'm hoping it doesn't cost cheapest rate. The post office also
from page 3 that much," Avery said. This was has more expensive options for ?-.:..,." ",,'. .'
the first time she mailed somethingto those who wait until the last min- : "..:. ." "
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UF students already are beatingthe Steve Foskett, on the other quicker.
holiday rush.Sophomore rela The cost to send a package is FLORIDA BOOK STORE
Kristin Avery determined by weight and destination 1614 W.University Ave.
mailed a package from the University Foskett, an architecture junior, .
Station Post Office Friday af- also mailed his package Friday. He Schroeter said the post office Gainesville, Florida 32604 .. ill
ternoon to her,cousin in Surrey said he hasn't had any problems,' will begin early collections this
England. The package contained a and his package usually arrives in week. Holiday mail also will be Dec 4 6 lOam 4pm DeposIt RqUIred
Christmas tape, she said. about two weeks. collected from the usual blue
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TULSDAY.DECFMBFR4, 1990,ALLIGATOR; 5

PEACEfrom is worthy of Senate debate.

Peace ResolutionThe 2 Live Crewrescheduled
page 1 Some senators said such a political resolution
University Senate voted 26-24 doesn't deserve Senate discussion
nor George Bush has been able to put any because it could lead the Senate to endorse
Monday the following
against linkage between the Persian Gulf crisis and political candidates.But .
resolution. the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.I feel that the
The controversial
We members of the University Senate of the .; University of Florida has no basis to do so rap
others, such as philosophy Associate group 2 Live Crew finally will
University of Florida insist that our elected ; either. Professor Ofelia Schutte said the issue is return to Gainesville Dec. 13
officials Rep. Cliff Stearns Sens. Bob Graham ; Journalism junior West Davies,a founderof one of human rights, not endorsements. at 9 p.m. after postponing last
') the Middle East Peace Group, said he
and Connie Mack and President George Bush: month's concert, Central City
agreed with the resolution.
1. Exhaust all possible diplomatic opportunitiesthat "It's very different than endorsing politi- employee Rob Lembergersaid
The of the war in Iraq far "
consequences Monday.
< cal candidates, said Schutte, who believesany
themselves taking into account the
present outweigh any benefits that can be gained by
issue involving human rights is relevantto
legitimate grievances of all parties concerned attacking," he said. the Senate. Tickets for the Miamigroup's

prior to considering war; Davies' primary concern is that the show are available for
$9.50 at Ticketmaster outlets
2.Work toward a nuclear and chemical weapon- United States be consistent in its policy, he Chance said that she was encouraged by Lemberger said. ,

free zone in the Middle East; said. the amount of debate and that she disagreedwith

3.Work towards a solution to the major underlying "The United Nations resolutions passed those who said the issue should not Tickets for the original

pillar of instability in the region, the Pales- against Israel to leave the occupied territories have come before the Senate. The issue show will be honored.

tinian-Israeli problem; ,"he said."If we're going to go after Iraqon concerns UF's day-to-day operations, The Nov. 20 show was postponed
this issue,then we should pressure Israelto Chance said adding that she almost had to after of the
4.Consider war only as a last resort and if it one group'smembers
"
abide by the U.N. resolution. decide what grade to give to a student who returned home to
must be do under the of
waged so only
auspices Andrew Sorensen could have been called for duty in the
UF Provost acting as up Miami to be with his ill
the United Nations.
the Senate's presiding officer said he be- Middle East. mother.

Source: University Senate Agenda lieves this issue is pertinent to faculty students -JON GLASS

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OPINIONSSalepriced I







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having to decide on your major according to .

how much the tuition is. For example, suppose a com-

puter science or engineering degree cost $1,000 a semes-

ter, but English only cost $650 a semester. You might

think twice about how much you want that engineering

degree. Or worse, it might not be a choice for you. You

might have to major in English because it's all you can af-
ford.

Fortunately, UF students don't have to make those

choices now. But if a major state education official gets Mild l i t A11.AlttA 7 Ttl1rflcConfessions
his way, students may end up shopping for their majors
like they shop for holiday bargains.

State University System Chancellor Charles Reed said
from kitchen bozoI
last week he would like to see UF vary fees among its dif- a

ferent undergraduate degrees. UF President John Lom-
I raised the recommended allow-
bardi said the school has not taken a position on the was not mothers on their kids.daily > Kettie; Anderson
most
ance theory use on Despitethe
issue, except to explore the option. fact that my mother hasn't cooked since the Carter LIFE LESSONSBy

We hope they stop exploring. Granted, the idea makes Administration, I clearly remember what a lousy cook

sense at first. Students would pay only for what they use, she was.
and those who chose more expensive degrees simply Now don't get me wrong-my mom's an intelligent, the time I was 7, our family cookbook consistedof
savvy businesswoman. She just shouldn't go in the take-out menus within a five-mile radius.I .
would have fork dollars.
to out more kitchen, as demonstrated by the Crock Pot incident. I never realized this aversion to cooking was hereditary
But differential tuition among degrees would also makea The first time my mother used the Crock Pot, she until about a year ago when I moved into an
student choose their career according to which programis made something called shrimp Creole, and from that apartment. I never noticed it in the dorms because I
the cheapest. It's bad enough students already have to point on, everything she cooked resembled shrimp had my trusty Gator card.

use this system to choose a college. Once they get there, creole."Here's. Once my roommate and I moved into an apartment,
they should have the same opportunities as everyone elseat another one, she would cheerfully say and a horrific change swept over my friends. We now had
out something that tasted EXACTLY like Creole.
scoop
the university. kitchens. We soon began snipping out coupons and
We could never let on that everything she cooked
We also don't like this toll-road philosophy education tasted like Creole because this made my mother quite devoting hours of conversation to appliances."Let .

because it would prohibit students from using campus distressed. me whip you up some Fettucini Alfredo," my
equipment that their tuition didn't contribute to. As it is This was no problem for me. Because I was a friend Laura began to offer, leaving me whimperingin
6-year-old, lying through my teeth came as natural as the corner and secretly missing my Gator card.
if students show fee cards
now, can they can use just
thinking of ways my Barbie could beat up the Steve Of course,1 blame this all on my mother.She clearly
about anything. Majors doll next door. did not prepare me for the perils of adulthood. WhenI
Differential tuition isn't a new idea, but this time it does Tastes like Beef Wellington,"I would brightly say. told her this, her only advice was to run over the
have a new twist. Differential tuition was first introduceda My father, on the other hand, had trouble lying to this coupon commandos with a grocery cart. She discov-
few years ago as a' means to raise one school's tuition extreme. ered this form of entertainment last Thanksgivingwhen
above the other eight state universities. For example, UF "Well," I remember him saying once, his eyes she dropped by the store to buy toilet paper."I .

courses might cost an extra $10 a credit hour than otherschools' lowered and his 6-foot frame shrinking beneath" the can't run them over," I told her. "they're my
table "it kind of
tastes like shrimp Creole. I felt very friends."
classes. sorry for my mom that day.
That plan has met with criticism more than once, but After dumping the Crock Pot on my father's lap, My mother just shrugged. She has no sympathyfor
those who .
this new differential-tuition plan sounds like a sneaky revi- she spent the remainder of the evening shooting possess culinary skills.I
sion of the same idea. rubber bands at the TV while watching"Father Knows I wonder if they still make Crock Pots?

Best" reruns. Kellie Anderson is a senior,majoring in Journalism.
The only fair way to offer state-subsidized education is
to charge the same prices for the same programs all LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

across the state. And the only to give undergraduate
way longer support it. being
Three cheers for If that had been a human
students an equal shot at every degree is to charge the Fortunately, two other joggers bleeding on the side of the road,
same tuition for each program.alligator the three joggersEditor who witnessed the accident would-his'response have been different
stopped to render assistance to the
: It saddens me that in a dog. I also
J stopped.
town supposedly rich in intellect, Another dart to the owner of the
there exist people who fail to take The driver, on the other hand, dog for not taking the responsibilityto
Editor responsibility for their own actions. stopped only long enough to verify keep his pet from roaming freely.
that there
Judy A. Plunkett were other people there
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Earlier, I was jogging along to take care of the dog,that the dog Finally a Humongous laurel to the
Southwest 20th Avenue in front of was not his dumb mutt, and that two joggers who had the love to
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier La Ventura apartments. As I heard there was not any significant damage comfort a living creature that was
the screech of tires and the thunkof to his car. Within three min not their own and take him to the
Letters Policy a body against metal I looked utes, he was hospital.Your actions are far above
Utters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page). They should be gone.
typed double-spaced and signed, They should Include a typed name, address and telephone up to see a dog staggering in de- In typical Alligator fashion,a dart admirable..
the number.editorial Names page will editor be withheld at 376.4458.It the writer shows just cause It you have any questions call lirious circles trying to support its to the driver for not taking respon- R.C. Hurbanls Jr.Gainesville.
hind-end on legs that would no sibility for his actions.


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Presentation to highlight sexism in advertisingBy

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PATRICIA LEE me and one truly hot fantasy." lines"that use women to sell sex. sexual roles throughout history. Boston University,has studied and
Alligator Writer The radio ad for"the duck line," But sexual stereotypes are not al- The presentation is free. taught English as well as media
a 900-telephone number,goes on ways so obvious,which is the topicof Kilbourne's speech is sponsoredby studies. But she found her spe-
The woman's voice is almost a to describe other goodies you can advertising expert Jean Accent,Student Government's cialty in the 1970s when she began
moan.In a soft,seductive tone,she get for just $2 a minute for a Kilbourne's speech tonight at 8 in speakers bureau, and the News researching the role women playin
beckons potential callers. 12-minute minimum,of course. the University Auditorium. and Views Committee of the Reitz advertising.The .
"Quack, quack. You know how The ad for"the duck line,"now Kilbourne, an expert on adver. Union Program Council. result of that research is
tempting a good duck can be, so airing over Miami airwaves,Is only tising and women's issues,will dis- Kilbourne, who received her "The Naked Truth: Advertising's
call me," she says. "Just you and one of many ads for phone"party cuss stereotypes of women In doctoral degree in education from Image of Women."

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ACLUfrom have to meet on campus," he said. as whites," McCormick said. group. In the letter, he asked everybody's right to free speech,"
page 1 Wright said WSU shouldn't be Lombardi also received a letter Lombardi! to be more careful about Lombardi said.Regarding .
restricted because other unregis- from the ACLU Monday, in which making such comments. WSU's right to the
likely to think we're racist," McC- tered groups, such as the Fraternel Willett affirmed the president'sown "We urge the utmost care on freedoms of assembly and speech,
ormick said. "If we are not official, Loyal Order of the 99, regularlymeet right to free speech but cau- your part to not erode these rights Lombardi said the group has the
we might be considered to be like on campus. WSU officiallylost tioned him from making state- directly or indirectly, intentionallyor same rights as any other campus
the Ku Klux Klan. the privilege to use UF facilities ments that carry an"aura of official accidentally," Willett said. organization. And regarding comments
If UF prevents WSU from meeting when it failed to find a faculty disapproval." Lombardi! could not be reachedfor he has made about the
on campus,the group may havea adviser and re-register in September Willett said last week comment Monday, but said WSU, Lombardi said he's entitledto
case, McCormick said. Lombardi's comments about the Sunday he was looking forward to an opinion."It .
"According to this letter, we're "We are told whites have all the WSU In local papers may have hada the letter. seems to me that the Univer
going to have to demonstrate we're advantages in this society, but chilling effect on any faculty "I'm delighted the ACLU is continuing sity president should also have that
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UF Task Force's Suggested Course On I




Cultural Diversity Offered Spring. 91 I IUF I


sociology professor Joe Feagin says The course aims to teach students to be But just as important, said Feagin, is the
UF students should gain insight into more tolerant of the way other ethnic fact that the United dealing more
cultures other than their own through a groups talk and dress and the type of and more with people from different
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services, 355 new course on cultural diversity, to be offered music they enjoy, Feagin said. He calls cultures around the world, and "we are
Tigert Hall, and paid for at usual advertising rates to com next semester. the course "a small drop in the ocean," singularly unprepared to deal with people
musicale official notices and important information to The course, "Cultural Diversity in the but a good beginning for students to gainan of color.
students faculty and stall Call 392 0186 tor information
United States" (POS 4930)), will focus on the appreciation of other cultural groups. The three-credit course will include
contributions of various racial and ethnic The course will focus on four of the ma- segments on former civil rights leaders
groups and the barriers those people facedto jor U.S. racial and ethnic groups-blacks, Martin Luther I King Jr. and Malcolm X
become integrated into society, said Chinese, Cuban and Jewish Americans. and the immigration barriers erected
Hendon PromotedTo Feagin, who will teach the course with UF "These groups have made important against Jewish people fleeing Nazi
political science professor Jim Button. contributions in the South," Feagin said. Germany.Feagin .
New Security said he and Button want to study
each culture in depth, rather than treat all
Bruce Lulow Is Named DirectorOf groups superficially. In the future, the
Position At UPDALICE course other ethnic groups,
Feagin said, but will probably continue to
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UF's Campus Shop And BookstoreBruce study blacks and Hispanics, he said.

Button and Feagin two
I are planning or
II Lulow, former general manager of three exams and an outside project,
the Oregon State University Bookstores, perhaps interviewing a student from a
I has been named bookstore director of UF's different ethnic background. Course for-
r Campus Shop and Bookstore. He replaces BRUCE
HENDON mat includes two lectures and a small
! Harold King, who retired after 30 of LULOW
I Joined years discussion each week, with many of the
I UPD. service to the University.The ComesTo lectures to be presented by scholars of
In 1982 bookstore director provides OFFrom various racial and ethnic groups. UF
management and administrative directionto President John Lombardi will give at least
the University's main store at the Hub, Oregon StateUniversity one lecture.
branch store at the Health Science Center, The cultural diversity course is one of(

,- gift shop in the Reitz Union and Central 23 suggestions made last April by UF's
Police Chief Everett Office Stores (interdepartmental sales). Quality of Life Task Force, which examined
University has announced the Lulow earned his bachelor's degree at B.4*> H black and Hispanic campus life and
Stephens Alice Dean Hendon to the promotionof Portland State University. From 1964 to ty Bookstores as assistant manager. In recommended ways to improve it.AllinOne .
new posi- 1971 he worked in various management 1981 he was promoted to general man-
tion of Assistant Director of Safety and positions with the J.C. Penney Co., Inc. ager and served in that capacity until accepting -
Security. Hendon, an investigator with In 1971 he joined Oregon State Universi- the UF position. Cards
UPD for the past eight years, will be in
charge of the Crime Prevention Unit. Become MandatoryFor

Hendon received a bachelor's degree in
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has specific expertise in the area of sex of- p.m.
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The ID cards available from 9
are a.m.
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SUMMER STUDY IN INNSBRUCK info "
scientist Edward Weiler, 8 Medical
p.m. cards will be available from 9 a.m. to 3
session, led by UF associate professorof
Sciences Building Auditorium. the mobile unit beside
Pre-Expo Forum Is p.m. weekdays at
history and foreign study academic ad-
FACULTY RECITAL by UF music de- the Hub. Students should bring their
Thursday In Weil HallA visor ington Julian Hall.Pleasants, 4 p.m., 2349 Turl- partment faculty member]anine GabourySly Social Security card, picture ID and $5.

LEC- on French horn assisted by Janna The cards, which currently serve as the
Pre-Expo forum, designed to help INTERNATIONAL HEALTH Lower on violin and Kevin Sharpe on official UF picture ID and library card, will
TURE, "An Adventure in Medicine: East
prepare students:: for Spring 1991 Career Africa,"by Dr. Hal Bingham, UF plastic piano, 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium. gradually be expanded to replace dor-
Expo, will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. thurs- professor and chief, 5:15: CONTINUING mitory room keys, check cashing cards,
day in 270 Weil Hall. surgery p.m. vending machine cards, dining service
Cl-3 Health Science Center Communicore -
Sponsored by the Career Resource PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT, "Indio e cards, infirmary cards, football ticket
Center (CRC) and Student Government, Building. Kilbourne internationally Caboclos: Charles Wagley's Amazon Por- coupons and debit cards.
ACCENT SPEAKER Jean -
Pre-Expo will feature CRC associate direc- trait,"features UF Archives photos of the For more information, contact Lyn
tor for business placement Barry Shiflett recognized roles authority discuss-on Brazilian Amazon in the 1930-40s and folk White, UF coordinator of student ID card
media, addictions and ,
sex
discussing "How To Get the Most Out of Im- art display, Grinter Galleries. Continues systems, at 392UFID.Participants.
Expo." Shiflett will provide informationon ing"The Naked Truth-Advertising's" through Dec. 14, 9 a.m. to' 3 p.m. w
age of Women. 8 p.m., University and 1 to 4
companies attending Expo and special Auditorium. weekdays p.m. Sundays. Needed
tips on how to prepare for successful participation "SEDUCTIVE DECEPTIONS: THE
in Spring 1991 Career Expo. All WEDNESDAY THEATRICAL IMAGE" exhibit, featuresnew For UF Kidney StudyAs

majors are invited to attend. WILDLIFE. &: RANGE SCIENCES directions in photography, continues
Spring 1991 Career Expo is set for Jan. 15 SEMINAR, "A Biological Homage to through Dec. 16 in University Gallery, one of 15 participating clinical
at the O'Connell Center. The all-dayevent Capt. Hook: It's a Croc," by UF wildlife S.W. 13th St., 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, centers in a nationwide study of kidney
will bring more than 150 employers in &: range sciences doctoral student Philip 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Fri- disease, UF researchers are looking for
various fields to campus to discuss careers Hall, 4 p.m., 376 Newins-Ziegler Hall. day, 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 250 study participants with moderate loss
and job opportunities with students.For BIOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR, "Col- of kidney function.
more information on Pre-Expo or onization .and Invasion of Hosts of The Modification of Diet in Renal
preliminary information on Spring 1991 Salmonella,',' by Washington University Seniors : Have Yearbook Disease (MDRD) study, directed by the _.
Career Expo, call the Career Resource biology professor and chairman Roy Cur- National Institutes of Health and man .
Center, 392-1601. tiss, III, 4 p.m. Cl-15 Health Science Photos Taken By Dec. 14 dated by Congress, is looking at the ef-

Center Communicore Building. UF seniors may have senior portraits fects of different protein and blood

JWRU's Holiday Crafts BOTANY SEMINAR, "Vegetative Regeneration taken for the Tower Yearbook through Dec. pressure levels in persons with chronic
in Florida's Wetlands," by uF ad- 14 by reporting to 121 Reitz Union from kidney disease.
assistant professor Of botany 7 Those who may be eligible for the study
Sale Thursday FridayThe visiting 11 a.m. to p.m. weekdays. ,.
Davis, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram HaD. Anyone classified as a senior may havea include persons 18 to 70 years of age who
Reitz. Union ,Arts & Crafts TIN AMERICAN STUDIES FILM portrait taken for free.The portraits will have a history of kidney disease or high
Center presents the 20th annual Holi- SERIES, ,"Argentina's Jews: Days of be published in the yearbook:and may be blood pressure, have relatives with
day Crafts Sale Thursday and Fridayon Awe," in English, 5:15: p.m., 2353 Turl- used for resumes and announcements.This .kidney disease and/or/ have diabetes but
the second floor of the Reitz Union. ington Hall.WOMEN'S. is the last time this year for yearbook do not take insulin.
About 150 artists will sell, pottery, ISSUES LECTURE, "Imageof portraits.For For more information,call UF's MDRD
jewelry, stained glass,'ornaments, toys ,Women and Film," by UF telecom- more information, call yearbook Recruitment Coordinator, Allan Finlay, at .

and more from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. munication Distinguished Service Pro- editor Jeff Jacobs, 336-1310.. 392-3755 number, 18002777654.f or the nationwide. toll-free ,.

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RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.MORE FOR RENT: FURN.

D How to place a
FOR YOUR $ Duplex apt for rent. ibr, liv roomkitbath Classifications!
1 FURNISHEDHousing ac/heat.3 blocks from UF,1 bl off University .
SPACIOUS 34 bdrm townhom.t classified ad:
Ave.Privacy fence $225.00mo plus
Close to SFCC & UF
Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop Woodgate Manor Apartments security, call 3381839. 12-13-8-2 1 For Rent. Furnished

all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, 332-4544 In Person:

parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. 501 SW 75th Street Casablanca East condo-2bd/2/ 1/2ba with 2 For Rent. UnfurnIshed Cash, check MC or VISA

117 NW 15th St. 377.4269. 12-1 4-62-1 12.14.21.2 security system. For Immediate occu 3 Mobile Homes
pancy. Apartment 1404. $450/mo. Call The Alligator Office

OAKBROOK 2/2 turn and unfurn. Roommate 377-3316 or 17761388. 12-14-9-2 For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave
matching avail. Wash/dry. From 2 bedroom/2 1/2 bath, screened porch, M-F8am 4 pm -

.. 18250. Diversified, Properties, REAL. washer/dryer In Casablanca East for 4 Sublease House/Apt./
Spring. $500/mo./ Call 336-4641 leave Main BookstoreHub
TOR. 373.9375 or 3789090. 12-14-29-
1 message. 12-14-10-2 MOBILE HOMES: 5 Roommates Customer Service DeskM

Sale' > F 8 am 4:30: pm
For
3 room furnished apt. Full kitchen, cable, ALOHA GARDEN APTS 3 FOR RENT/SALE 6
phone, pool. Next to Oaks Mall and 1.75. 3 br 2 ba. $545 per mon plus a free New 7 Real! Estate .. Reitz Union, Cashier's Office

Rent by week or month. 450mo. 331. Year week vacation on Daytona Beach on OUIETI QUIET! Arredondo Farmsrent .: MF Oam.Opm
1618. 12-14-19-1 usl 3770555. 12-14-16-2 als from $260 Incl. water, sewer, garbage 8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed

pick-up, lawn main. Also some great 9 Autos':
Medical Bookstore Shands
:
2-bd d/w, porch, $375 1 with ,
CASABLANCAAvailable nowl 2 bedroom apts ; w/d buys. Quietl Will take long term travel
/ 1 1/2 bath. Partially furnished, $385; central h/a/ fans, on bus. SW villas. trailers. 378-9291 Open weekends too. 10 Wanted MF,8am4.30pmBy

wash/dry.12-14-13-1 $450. 'Call 3054273933. 373-0701 12-14-15-2 12.14.47.3 11 Services Mall:

4bd/2ba apartment W/D, cent ac., 5 blks. 1987 SKYLINE 14 X 56 2 bd/1 bth Excellent 12 Services Use forms appearing weeklyin
Bdrm private entrance, (urn., cntrl A/C. from campus, well lit parking, pets ok, cond Alamar Gardens SW 20th Ave Typing! the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
$730 mo, clean, nice, available Jan 1 1. mail. MC, VISA or checks
Use kitchen and Iving room. Most unlit split plan must sell fast $7900/obo 336- 13 Help Wanted only.
turn. Avail. Jan. 1, 91. 1740 NW 3rd PI, Call 3778965. 12.7.10.2 4884 Bill 12-6-5-3
$165 mo 372.2284 11271.1 14 Business Personals. By Phone 373-FIND:

Studio Apt-walk to UF, nice, safe neighborhood 2 Bedroom 2 Bath w/den, DW, Deck, 15 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard

Own room and bath In 2bd/2bth full turn. utilities Included Hurry, won't Shed, Washer/Dryer, Ceiling Fans, $375 ONLY. Five, dollar minimum.M .

Brandywine apt. close to UF, pool, last long. $275/mo. 371-2322 Lv. Msg. let & Last 300 dep 371-0337 on 20th Ave. 16 Connections F 6:30 4 pm.

Jacuzzi, wt. room, available now. $225 12-4-5-2 12-7-5-3
phone 3380209. 12-5-5-1 17 Notices
2 bdr1 1 11/2/ ba Townhouse. Close to o How to correct
Mobile Home 14 60 2bdr
: x wpatio 18 Rides
Furah Bdr in 3bdr/2bth/ home in N.W. Shands/VA/UF/ Wash/dry hook-up. cover. 1985 Liberty Oak Park Village On
area $175 a month. Call Joe 377-0731 Pets arranged Quiet location. $360 bus line Reasonable Call collect 513- 19 Pets cancel your ad:
$379. Call 336-1905
12-6-3-1 12.14.13.2 771.4405 days. 12.4.1.3SUBLEASE
I 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:

Bdrm, private entrance, turn, cntrl a/c 2BR COUNTRY SETTING off 34 St. Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri. 8-4pm.
Use kitchen and Ivmg room. Most unlit Great for pets, quiet, wooded $275 KEY No refunds can be given.

furn Avail.Jan 1, '91 1740 NW 3rd PI. MANAGEMENT 3723060. 12-7-5-2 :

$165mo 3722284. 12.4.1.1 1 bedroom/1/ ba, kitchenette, use of pool, 4 HOUSEAPT.Sublet D When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.
tennis court. weight room next to laundry
big enough for 2. Great location. Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
2 bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse. Pool, noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
FOR RENT $33S/mo/ 377-4759 12.12.10.2 Classifieds
: will begin TWO
volleyball, laundromat pets allowed RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
Close to Shands, in Mi. Vernon $495/mo. DAYS after they are placed.
2 UNFURNISHEDNW SW.2bd/1.5ba/ twnhs. w/d hkup, lease Call THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY.. Corrected
ends May, $360/mo, avail, Jan. call Anitaor 3777344. 12-14-10-4 Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

3 BR 1 1/2 BA-great family/stu Enn at 373.3028, Iv.message. 125-5- PARK PLACE big 2bdr/2ba avail Jan 1. Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after

dents. Porch, fenced yard, cent.air, $480 2 Close to UF, $490mon + security dep THREE days to apPear. Ads placing the ad. Changes called in after
KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060. 12-7-5-2 Call anytime 335.3556. 12-4-10-4 the first day will not be compensated
PHOENIX up/down apt, hook. may run for any length of time

Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1280, upa/mim's/carpet/dishwasher. $300. KEY Sublease apt. 1 block from UF, $170/mo. and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. MANAGEMENT 3723060. 12-7-5-2 Available early to mid.Dec. Call Scott at Corrections must be made in person at
Sorry but there be
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 376-2424 or Greg at 3728123. 12-14- can no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON.
Units avail. 295/mo./ 2 bdrm. 1 ba.
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- Biking 174Sublease for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction I...
distance
75.2i to campus. Prof.-pre-prot. Student

i pref. Must seell 335-2733 after 4 In The Polos Three bedroom

Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet pm. 12-6-5-2 three bath, upstairs, pool tables volleyball

washer/dryer available In most units for tennis, and more. 250/mo Call 336-
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath WALK TO UFII Rooms, studios 1 bedroom 7202. 12-4-5-4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT SUBLEASE HSE/APT
:
& 2 bedroom apartments starting at
$250-$375, sec & Imr. 372-6422. 12-14-
$199. Available Now, Spring & Fall. College
76-2 Park 371.7777, 12-14-10-2 Male needed to sublease a room In 2 bd/ URGENTI! Need by Jan. F rmmt neededto SUBLEASE-Clean, large 1br, SW Area-
1 ba on 20th Ave ASAP. $165 + 1/2 share 3 bd/2 ba
apt. $148 mo + 1/3 245. Sharon at 3355412. Leave mes-
INCREDIBLE utilities. Call Mike at 373-3162 leave
4 2 MIN WALK TO UF. Starting Jan utilities. Hawaiian Village. Call 378- sage. 12-4-2-4
Efficiency Apt. message. 12+5.4
i 4805. 12.4.3.4
Roomy -bedrm whuge kitchen $260mo.
Starting at $185
J a/c + hdwd firs Call 371-9981 Iv message Female to sublet 1 bd/1 ba In a 3bd apt.
at $235 / 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST One bedroom Sublease
Starting apartment.
12-6-5-2 Brandywine sublet. 2br/2 ba Jan-May. 1/2 furnished. Windmeadows starting
$250/mo neg Sun Bay Apts Call Tony $245/mo./ Own Ig bdrm, ba 3730893. January. $195. Call 335.2851 after 8pmor
t 110 NW 39th Ave 3779651. 12-4-5-4 12.4.3-4
378-3988 1 Large 20 x 14 rm with kitchen cabinets, ___ 3732304. 12-10-6-4
375.3881 fenced yard, & bath. 5 blocks N of UF Sublease 1 br/1 ba $2SO/ mo Off SW 20 Partially furnished
2
bd1
ba. $320motill lOVE MY ROOMIE I Sublease my' br in
12-14-76-2 Private entrance, $175 mo. 378-0972 Ave. Thru July 31 Call 336-7307 Ivmsg.
Aug 1 1. First
12-5-4-2 12-14-13-4 month rent and no de- 2br/1 ba 2ndfl apt, 1ml from UP. F n/s-Jan
posit.. Call 371-4790 anytime. 12.5+4 111. S203/mo + 1/2utll. Call 378-5519.-,
SW Apt, rents for $250.$300; with

/ was herdryercent.airdishwasherbalcony. / / / LAW SCHOOL AREA-2BR h.rdwood1I00raporchd.cklireplac.alr. FMfor own bdr short term lease Park F/N/S to share 2bd/2ba apt. walarm
AVAILABLE
KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060. 12- / $500 Place fully furn. No security req close to tem. Spring and sys 2br/1ba partment-nice,
summer term. $220mo + clean & comfortable, close UF. Call
to
3723060. KEY MANAGEMENT .
7-5-2 12.7.5.2 campus $194 00 Call 335.5438 Please 1/2 utilities & cable. 3381328. 12-5-3-4 374-8021 or 376-8127. 12-7-5-4
leave message. 12+5.4
/ Beautiful 3 bd/3 ba condo. Screened
"Check Our New Specials"All
66T: 1-2 brms $188/mo + 1/4 util 1 block
Amenities Available porch, wahser/dryer, ceiling fans, corner Sublet 2 b/2 b, Jan. July 1 111, $475 m, No from UF 4brm + 1 1/2 ba. Call 375-1626 Do you want a dog that barks? WOOF I

t FURNISHED UNFURNISHED unit In Rockwood Villas, $725/mo. 336- Deposit Required. May renew ,lease. Kris, Laurie. Spring. 12-7-5-4 Find your Toto In the Alligator Classifieds!
Roommates Available 3982 (leave message) 1265.2 Quiet, pool, tennis, pets allowed. 375-
We're No.1REGENCY 8240. 12454F
OAKS Room in house-near Law School sate, zimc
...\ 378.5768 nice neighborhood + wash/dry ch/a/ woodII. for own bribe In WINDMEADOWS THEATRES There /$ 4 Different e''

3230 SW Archer Road c. fans immed occ util! me $265/mo 2br/2ba, pool & laundry. Avail immediately -

COUNTRY GARDENS 373-9161 Iv. msg 12-6-5-2 until May 1991 $225 1/2ut Kelly OAKS MALL 10 ISO QQ gUrinoMMM430ilpi DAILY TW1-UTE: SHOW*

373.4500 3357989. 12.14.12.4 OAKS MALL 6309 NEWBERRV( ROAD L *' Uinil w ID SMhia
SERIOUS STUDENTSII 1 bedroom apartments -
2001 SW 16th Street OAKS 6 EAST
OAKS 4 WEST
on QUIET cul-de-sac. Availablenow Roommate needed for Spring and/or/
I 12-14-76-2 and January 1. Villager West. 371, Summer, furnished apt own bdrm, 331-8818 INSIDE OAKS MAIL Jl-8118 ADJACENT TO MALL |
7777. 12-14-10-2 $185/mo |m OAKS PLAZA
+ 1/3 util. Call 3359693. 12-5-

ONE SPACIOUS BEDROOM APT. 1.30, ((4m: l 9 VFC-ll 13.00)), 1:15): 1'4'

ONLY $273MO.LYONS Only $186 l for own room at Sublet Ibdr turn house, util Included. 3 REVERSAL OF FORTUNE (1 R) r
Windmeadows-apt has everythlng-great minute walk to UF. Call 373-9757. 100.: ((5 30 TLS0$3.001.6:10,10:30) : : THE RESCUERS DOWN UNDER (C;)
APT roommates, TV-just 1/4 elec-it's' yours $180/mo. 12.5.5.4 DANCU WITH WOLVES (PC 11)) 1 1:45:: ((4.45 TLS 0 13.001.) 7:U. 9 45
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-6797 TODAY-Kell ie-335.5754. 12-6-4-2 100, ((4 30 TLS 13 00)), 800 CHOST; (PC.1S; '
MOW.fNOMEMCNT NOOOUKN*Oft FMMCt
12-14-76-2 100([SI: 9 TLS 913.00)), 745.: IOIJ:
Sublease 'large 2 bd/2 ba apart PREDATOR 1 (R)
2 BR In SW pool, complex/breakfast Windmeadows available 1 45. IS It TLS A SI 00130,10 00 THRU MEN AND A IrTTU LADY (PC)
1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished bar/dishwasher/cent air. $450 KEY MAN- 1-91 Call Karl TTTiH ifmnnrwrffrcnnmrntMonrjiMri 1 M,I.M, ((4 00 I I 00 TLS 0 U 001), *.M.
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- AGEMENT 372.3060. 1275.2 335-9236 or 336.4806 .close to Butler NUTCIACKlII PIIINCI) ..te..;..JJ.iU! 4 ..JW.OII, _
'Plaza. 1265.4
BURG VILLAGE 378.1253. 12-14-37-2 1:11:

WHITE PALACE (II) ,
' ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2bdr/2ba wstudy, Mount Vernon apartment-One large bed Sublet large studio apt. ;1/2 mi. from UF. (11.00 T W 0 53.001.I 7.45.10:11.::
Close to UF Shands VA. Pets allowed
room. -
$215/mo. Avail after finals
1 j end 12.14.12.2 unit blinds. $550/mo. Call 3352703. Call 378.2134. 12105.2 3877. 12-0-5-4 Call .376-. low



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| apt for spring-behind Norman Wind meadows n/s F to share large master N/S Roommate needed lor spring +
all.1 or 2 bdrm-wood (loon. $300/mo rmmt needed lor in 13 bd/ Oxford Manor' CHEAP 3bed/3bath
bdr in furnished 2/2./ Available immediately spring summer for own room in 2 bd2 ba at sublet
78.5488 leave message only $100 se- spring. $165/mo Call 335.5284. 2 ba house Safe NW location 5 min. biketo Rocky Pt apts// overlooks : available Jam new plush grey carpet
urtty dep. 12.7.5.4 12.14.20.5 campus 191 mo + 1/3 Wile Please pond/pool/vcr/Call/ / 336-4304 $209 50. & tile, washer dryer option call 338.0715
call 3772403. 12.4.5.5 12.4.5.5 leave message. 12.5.5.5
|br/lg bath very close to campus avail Oxford
Manorfemale
ns to share 2 bdr I
"tamed or spring sem. $429/mo. Call 375- 2 ba apt., partially furnished ADT security Roommate wanted to share 3 br2 ba OXFORD MANORFemale N/S lor Own room in 4bd/2ba/ home 1 t/2mllrom
519 12-5-3-4 system. $250 + 1/2 utilities. Call LeA. apartment In Sparrow on Tower Rd. Students spring. Own room In 2 bd2 ba, partially campus Private entrance central
nne or Joy 377-4056. 12-14-25-5. only $175/mo + 1/3/ util. Call furnished security system, wash/dry, heat/air 150/mo.l/4ulililies/ F peel' 375-
ublease master bdr in 2/2. Furn. lux- Drew at 332.8436. 12.4.5.5I available nowl $250/ mo + 1/2 util Call 1477 12-5-55
try apt. Call 336-6450. SUBLET: Georgetown Apartments 334-7779. 1245.5
I M lor own rm in 2 br1/ 1 ba in SW
Available now, great location. area. F rmmt needed for own rm in 3br/2ba/ apt
Lbleaie $150/month Close to UF $195 00 mo plus 1/2 utilities in Park Place $200/mo 1/3 util Call
bedroom in 2bedroom 2bath November free! Call Steve Trinidadian stdnl seeks rmmt Im Jan 91 +
ondo In Rockwood Villas. Wash/dry, at 336-1338 leave message. 12-7-20-5 Call 395-6492 or 641-3519 (Jax). to Jul 31 at Gatortown Apts Call Dirk or 335.9263 or leave a message 12.5.5.5
fool, and tennis courts in back yard. Leave msg. 12-11-10-5 Richard 336-6796 after 9 pm Ir mr details.
50/mo+1/2util 336-4950. 12.10.5.4 Serious m student for clean rm In Ig 12.4.5.5 POLOS F n/s/ needed immediately, own
7bd/2ba upstairs apt 3blks to UF. 1616 M Dec 15, small turn apt in large home bdr/bath washer/dryer security system.
ale roommate needed at the Laurels NW 3 Ave, $160/mo + sec + lease, no close to UF w/ pnv entrance, bath, cable, ...LAKEWOOD VILLAS***) Lots of extras $255 + 1/3 util. 335-5646
wn room/bath/ wall/ the amenities Pos. pets 495-9024. 12-4-10-5 quiet, clean, patio, No pets in nonpartyatmo. Need m/l lor own br/ba in 3 br/3 ba $232/ 12.5.5.5
ubiliiy ot Jan rent paid-call 335.5295. Mature mo + 1/3/ util I. Security System CALL
only. $22S// mo + util.
Need F roommate for own bedroom in 378-2016. 1245.5 NOW 335.9599. 12.4.5.5 SAVE $$ Female nlor spring to share
Oxford Manor-ibd/lba apt. Large enoughor Wmdmeadows. $195/mo. available January room in 2br/2ba furn. apt. 1 mi to UF
| two. Sec system, new clubhouse, 5nm. Call now 336-4136 12-5-10 Female n/s needed in Jan. for own roomin Greenwich Green n/s/ female: own bed $112/mo. + 1/4/ util. Call 336-4103. 12-
from campu $380/mo. Call Victoria 3 bdr 1.5 ba apt $178 month + 1/3 room and bath, wash/dry security system 75.5
711423. 12-14-9-4 Roommate needed- non-smoking female elect. Very sale & great location. Call $270/mo/ +l/2util. Call Samantha
3 bdrm 2 bath, Regency Oaks Call Marcy 3351390. 12.7.8.5 3351945. 12.5.5.5 F needed to share large Wmdmeadows
Spacious, clean, 2bd,1 bth apt. Pool, 336-6888 126-10-5 apt. 2br/2ba/ $250/mo./ 336-1859 leave '
N/S rmmt needed in 3/2/ Foxmoor Con- message. 12-7-5-5
Jacuzzi welghtroom, laundry facilities OWN RM (prefer NS F) in 3/2/ Lg. Covered
nd ot Dec-June. $440 Call Diane 375- Roommate wanted to share 3bdr/2ba 2 from Great dos, spr tern pool, own rm, W/D. lurn,
Bridge apt. mi campus. cable, else Incl. tree M/F/ needed to share 3bdr/2ba/ apt in
285. 12-9-4-4 house 6 mi. east of UF WasherDryerand / ph. $270/mo/ Dec
live) $180 1/3/ util. Ask
place to Only +
many extras. $175/mo. and 1/3 util 336-0296. 12-7.7.5 Sparrow, SW area ac, pool, sauna, 200
lor Jennl- 3722907. 12.4.5.5
?bdr/2/ 1/2ba townhouse-SW 34 St. area. 376-6827 12.7.10.5 mo + 1/3 util. Call 332-0413 12-10-5-5

Full view, volleyball court, 3 mm Irom Quiet, F n/s for spring to share 2 bd// 1 ba For Spring to share a 2bdr/l .5ba, fur
Female 2br
share 2bath
to in Spyglass
ampus, w/d hookup, dishwasher 336- BRANDYWINE- n/t needed to share a near law school. 207.SO/ mo + 1/2 util. nished townhouse with w/d, cable for apt
for Jan 91 I. Rent 287 month
785 anytime Iv. msg. $450/mo/ Avail room ; 2bdrmMba/ ; fully/nicely lurn; No $225/mo 1/2 ulil Call Larry 332-6357 per +
drinkers, late-ni-
pets guys partyers 1/2 utilities Call Katie ((305)) 752.0966 or
\)an 12-14-9-4 $160/mon. + 1/3 util; Come seal 373-
ters, or musicl Call Julie at 374-
0024. 12-4-7-5 rap M/F prefer Law or Grad student 4 NW 25 Matt 3367743. 12-10-5-5
4792. 12-4-5-5
XFORD MANOR-3 bedroom apartment St. No deposit' necessary $2lO/moobo.
Take over lease starting Dec. 25. Call Cent a/c; fireplace Needed asap. 377- N/S F to share 2bd/1/ 1/2ba apt with pharmacy
bd3/ ba avail Jan. 1 washer/dryer, sec. Tower Rd. W/D, fireplace nice yard, quiet atm. $190/mo + 1/2 mil. 335-5619
ublet NW studio. 2 bike Irom campus. system in Iron) ol pool. $235/mo + 1/3 wooded lot. $200 mo + 1/3 utilities. N/S F needed asap to share 2br/2/ 1/2ba
35/mo avail Jan 91. Call Linda 392-9575 util No pets no smokers please. Call Need 2 rmmlS. 332-5825 ask for Russ or twnhse. Own master bd/bal/ Fully furnished Classifieds. .
or 3364858. 12-7-5-4 336-4725 12-7-8-5 Iva msg. 12-11-10-5 w/wash/dry./ Only $225+1 futilities Continued on next page.
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7.1JESDAY. DECEMBER 4. 19
UF's Zubero winsat


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U.S. open meet

basketball

By SHARON GINN Zubero was second Saturday in
Alligator Staff Writer the 100-meter( backstroke and seventh
in the 100-meter butterfly. On
While nine members of the UF Friday he finished second in the tonightBy
men's swim team were at the U.S. 200-meter( individual medley and
Open last weekend the rest of the third in the 200 back.
team finished seventh at the NIT MARC LAROZE
Championships inTuscaloosa,Ala. Zubero also was a member of the Alligator Writer
Martin Zubero who swam in six winning 400-meter( medley relay
races at the U.S. Open in Indianapolis team along with UF swimmers The UF women's basketballteam
,was the meet's individual male Brent Mitchell,Anthony Nesty and off to its best start since
winner with 65 points. He out- Bob Utley. ttit 1984, plays Barry University tonight

scored runner-up Christian Kellerof While UF's top swimmers were at the O'Connell Center at

Germany by 13 points. at the Open the rest of the Gators 7:30.The:
UF freshman Carlton Bruner fin competed in the NIT meet.Thoughthe game is the first-ever
ished sixth in the individual scoring Gators ((4-1 2-1 in the South meeting between the Bucs and
with 40 points. Bruner won the eastern Conference) finished seventh Gators.The Bucs are coached by
1500-meter freestyle at the Open they counted the contest as Dan Olson who has compiled a
with a time of 15 minutes, 35.70 dual meets against two of the other 24-26 record in two years.: How
seconds Sunday four seconds bet teams at the NIT: Auburn and Ala ever the Bucs posted a 17-9 record
ter than the second-place finisher.NOTEBOOK bama. 1 A 0 last season.
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: Football Writers' Association of of four games in six days againstthe

from page 16 America. Dues who will enter this
evening's contest either 4-0 or 4-1
Senior inside linebacker Jerry
ana State. McClendon's seven the of
depending on outcome
Odom, who had 13 tackles against
rushing touchdowns were tops on
FSU, led the Gators with 84 for the their Monday night contest
the team. season. Junior linebacker Tim against St. \l.eo.

Sophomore free safety Will Paulk was the Gators' second-lead "This week is an important
South- ing tackler with 78, second with stretch for us," UF coach Carol
White led the team and the
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tions with seven. White who also three forced fumbles. ALLIGATOR PHOTO consistency this week becausewe
UF guard Sophia Witherspoon is second on the team in
led the NCAA in pickoffs for mostof scoring, averaging 13.8 points a game. cannot continue to play" up and
the season was named first- Kicker Arden Czyzewski led UF down and be successful.

team All-American last week by the with 87 points.

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16,AWGATOR TUESDAY,DECEMBER 4,1990


SPORTSUF




plummets to No. 11 in AP after loss to FSUI'



Seminoles jump two :spots to No. 6 after dumping Gators 4530first

After Saturday night's nationally tel- three games of the season. before Steve Spurrier had coached his
44w1 evised 45-30 loss to Florida State, UF Auburn dropped out of the poll after first game at UF he would double
Mall.tl !M 1 dropped out of the Associated Press losing to the Crimson Tide Saturday. his career total of 27 receptions in one
Top 10 for the first time since late Rhett next year's starter? season.
October Freshman tailback Errict Rhett,UF's He should have listened.Kirkpatrick
The Gators dropped five spots to No. leading rusher with 845 yards, has the finished 1990 with 55 receptions, more
11 while FSU which played its best Inside track on the starting job next than twice the 27 catches he had en-
game of the season against the Gators year, UF coach Steve tenng me season. The :bb:
rose two spots to No. 6. Spurrier said. receptions -the most on
Rhett led the Gators in the team and seven
Doyel rushing in eight of 11 touchdown catches are
games despite spendingmost the most ever by a UF
NOTEBOOK of the season as a tight end.Senior.
backup to junior Willie Ernie Mills is
McClendon. And he second with 41 catches,
Colorado, which finished its season gained his yards without one more than he had in
weeks ago, remained in first place, but losing the ball.McClendon. his first three years. Mills'
4 Georgia Tech closed the gap with its fumbled 770 yards are tied with
40-23 victory over Georgia Saturday.The seven times in 1990. in- Kirkpatrick for tops on
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Yellow Jackets ((10-0-1)() () ), the only eluding 1 on UFs first play Kirkpatrick the] team and his 10()
major unbeaten team in the country, against FSU!, setting,up a touchdowns are first.Seminoles I
collected 1,397 points to the Buffaloes' field goal that :Sophomore: quarter-
1,476. put the Gators in a 10-0 back Shane Matthews,
Texas, a 28-27 winner over Texas hole."I. who set six singleseason
A&M, climbed two spots to No. 3. tell you, based on last UF passing records, led
Miami, last week's third-ranked team, night Errict Rhett is goingto surprise, surprise -
fell to No. 4 after squeaking past San be tough to beat," Spur- the Gators in passing with
Diego State 30-28 on national televi- rier said Sunday. 2,952 yards, second on
sion. Notre Dame, idle last week, Spurrier said McC the all-time SEC list.
moved up two notches to No. 5. lendon, who led UF with Matthews' 23 touchdown
Rounding out the Top 10 are No. 7 seven rushing touch passes is one behind the

Penn State, No. 8 Washington, No. 9 downs and was second ,. school single-season re-
Houston and No. 10 Tennessee. Brig- with 631 yards, will be ..ft.. "--,-'; J cord.His 70-yard strike to
ham Young plummeted nine spots to given a chance during White' Mills against Alabama
13th after losing to unranked Hawaii spring practice to battle Rhett for the was UF's longest play from scrimmage.
59-28. starting job. Rhett led the Gators in rushing with
JS SULLIVAN -ALLIGATOR Other ranked Southeastern Confer- 845 yards and had the longest run from
Sophomore UF quarterback Shane Matthews looks for
ence teams' include Ole Miss ((15th) Season leaders scrimmage, a 49-yarder against Louisi-!
room Saturday night against Florida State. Matthews Senior tight end Kirk Kirkpatrickwas
and Alabama ((25th), making its first
: led UF with a school-record 2,952 yards passing. appearance in the poll since losing its skeptical when people told him_ see Notebook, page 15



1See ya! Tampa Bay fires Ray Perkins I Six GatorsAIISEC

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United Press InternationalRay He overhauled the roster he inherited
from Bennett, often terming the begin-
Perkins,hailed as a Vince Lombardiby ning talent base an "expansion team."
the team's owner when he was hired Williamson, who has an Idle week to
aV r four years ago,was fired Monday as coachof regroup, said he planned no major Six UF football players were
the floundering Tampa Bay Bucca-
changes. named to the 1990 coaches'
neers.
Owner Hugh Culverhouse made the "This is a tough day for me, the coach All-Southeastern Conferenceteam
and all of us," Williamson said. "Mr. the SEC announced
announcement the day after Tampa Bay
Culverhouse said he would consider me Monday.
.r broke a six-game losing streak with a
23-17 victory over Atlanta. Richard Wil- for the position next year. It was extremely Honored were quarterbackShane
Y aA liamson, Tampa Bay's receivers coach tough on Ray. I've known him for a long Matthews, tight end
since 1987, was named interim coach for time, coaching with him at Alabama. He'sa 'Kirk "Kirkpatrick defensive
the final three games. real competitor and this was very tough end" Hiiey Richardson,
on him.." gatorback Godfrey Myles,free
"In if don't meet
z any company, you your
goals, the head man is out," Culverhousesaid. Fan disenchantment with Perkins safety Will.White and corner-'
."This is not my second-guessing. I'm reached a crescendo in recent weeks. back Richard Fain.
emotionally sick over this day Ray Per Before Sunday's game, a longtime season- Seniors Richardson and
kins and I met shortly before one o'clock ticket holder gathered more than a hun- Fain made the list last year.
and I decided it would be best if I replace dred people outside to.stage'a protest. Matthews, a sophomorewho
him as coach. He took it pretty hard." Hundreds of fans remained in the parking was fifth string last sea-
The Buccaneers are 5-8 this season and lot until the start of the second quarter, son,'totaled 2,952 yards pass-
need to win their last three games to avoidan hoping to send an angry message to ing this year, second on the
eighth straight losing season. Since Culverhouse."The alltime season SEC list and a
coming to Tampa Bay from the Universityof pressure continued to build. The ,new UF record.Kirkpatrick.
Alabama, Perkins has a 19-41 record. more I thought about it last,night, I knew ,, ''a, senior,
I He is the second NFL coach to be there would be this constant distractionto caught 55 passes on-the sea-
dismissed this year,following Bud Carsonat the team-would Ray Perkins be here? son for! 770 yards and seven
Cleveland. After his brief meeting with I'm responsible to the community to produce LTDs,all new records for a Ga-
\ Culverhouse,Perkins spoke with his players a competitive team, a winning team. .tors tight end.. -

and left the team's headquarters. "I'm attuned to the fans.They care,they White ,a sophomore,led the,
Culverhouse labeled Perkins"my Vince want to win and so do I.They have a rightto ".nation-In,'interceptions.fort
Lombardi" when he named Perkins to express their views. Both Ray and.I. I most of th$season with seven
succeed Leeman Bennett on Dec. 31, were sad. Ray Perkins wants a winning ; Myles intercepted pass and*
ALLIGATOR PHOTO 1986. program here and this is the first time ran for.a touchdown: ,the
*Tampa Bay Coach Ray Perkins shocked the Bay area Perkins posted a 23-34 record as coachof something like this has happened to him Gators'victory over Kentucky.,
when he benched starting quarterback Vinny Tes- the New York Giants from 1979-82 in his 49 years. I told Ray I'd like to have SHARON GINN
taverde. ,.shown here with the University of Miami.. before'replacing Bear Bryant at Alabama. him with the organization.".


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