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I No military draft planned yet ..t. ALTERNATIVE SERVICE :;;

/ The following is a list of those people who officially may t.

Number of current personnel sufficient i to handle situationBy be able to avoid the draft. Anyone who believes they cannot t tj

,j or should not report for duty may request a postponement,de- ;-
vice did see a small rise in regis- drafted.Brown also agreed with no .:
JOHN F. BERRY tration after the Iraqi army invaded deferments for college students ferment or exemption by filing a claim and sending it to the Selective :

Alligator Writer Kuwait.Normally,Waltman said 98 because it discriminates againstthe : Service office in their area. \:
Spokesmen for the Pentagonand percent to 99 percent of all men poor and non-college students."A :: 1. Conscientious objectors serve either in noncombatant
the Selective Service said no- from 18to 25-years old registerwith person in college is a little }. capacities or in civilian jobs that contribute to the national {
body yet is asking for the draft, the agency. more mature," Brown said. "He : interest. (See related story on this page and chart on pg. t
despite increasing speculation that But curiosity about how the mil- might be able to handle war better 7)). .
the United States may need it to itary will be able to maintain its ." Ministers (
;: 2. may be exempt from service.
maintain Operation Desert Shield troop strength in and around Saudi Because Brown is 20 old, ;
years ..; 3. Ministerial students are deferred from service until they''
troop levels. Arabia has concerned some na-
he would be first
tional and Up students.In : complete their studies. ::
"It's media speculation, said figures drafted. Waltman said the drafting
Pentagon spokesman Rick Oborn a Nov. 26 telecast of ABC's order is from 20 to 25, followed by 4. Surviving sons or brothers in a family where the parent :.
last week. "We have no intentionof "Nightline," Georgia Sen. and 19and 18-year olds. Waltman said or sibling died as a result of U.S. military service, or is in a ;:'

asking for a draft. That is a Armed Services Committee Chair- about 14 million men are of age. ;! captured or missing-in-action status, are exempt from ',,:
decision made by Congress, not man Sam Nunn, said if the United Selective Service would draft the :;' service in peacetime. :
us." States continues sanctions against 1.5 million men in each age group ;( 5. Hardship deferments are available for men whose induction -
Pentagon officials have contin- Iraq for 12 months to 18 months, before moving to the next age would result in hardship to persons who depend upon
ued to say that America's 2.1 mil- the military must rotate fresh bracket, he said. ;c them for support. 'J
lion service active troops in and out of the region. .
people on duty
In 1973 the United States
6. Members of Reserve: components are eligible for a .\
and its 1.6 million reservists "Then have to think seri-
can you
switched from draft all- ..
a an
: classification and their service in t''
separate perform military .
handle any situation. The United ously about the draft, he said. volunteer force.Although .
States now has about 230,000 mili- Robert McNamara, U.S. defense 1 the National Guard or the Reserves. ::
tary personnel in the region with secretary during the Vietnam war, the Selective deferments Service in 7. Certain elected officials are exempt from service as long :
another 150,000 to arrive before said in a Dec. 5 "Nightline" inter- stopped college \ as they continue to hold office. ;.
1971 Brown and the rest of UF'snearly
Jan.15,the date the United Nations view that he sees a draft being 15,000 draft-eligible males ) 8. Veterans generally are exempt from service in peace-
begins to support force as an optionto instituted after a year of"intensive"combat defer enlistment until the end :; time. "
resolve the crisis.A He also said he favors a may
of the current semester. : 9. Aliens and dual nationals in some cases may be exempt
spokesman for the Selective draft to support troop levels."I .
Service, the governmental agency don't see a draft at the present "That sucks," Orr said about no t from U.S. military service depending upon their place of ;
college deferments. "I think stu- : 'residence and country of citizenship. '
that delivers untrained manpowerto emergency, he said. : .:
the military and supervises the Closer to home, UF freshman dents should be exempt.We're try- '., Source The Selective Service SystemDodging ;
conscientious-objector program, Brendan Orr, 18, filed with Selec- ing to learn to make the world a ,':>....,..:'",.., .' ,.,..........'. .., .. ... ', .' ..." ........w,.: ..,'''. :. ..:v,.:." .......:.,..'" .:, ., Y:",>o ,.":,';
since the He said he better place. We should not take
said little has changed tive Service last month.
Middle East crisis began in Au- is unsure if he would report for time out to fight."
gust. duty if drafted."If If the draft started today, Walt combatcould
"Our mission is to remain ready, the U.S. was invaded, I wouldbe man said Selective Service would
and there is no indication that a first to fight," he said. "But I hold a lottery based on birthdays
draft would be activated," said don't think the U.S. should be over within hours of it becoming law.
spokesman Larry Waltman from there for oil. If f faced with a jail He said 100,000 men would reportfor be possible
his Washington,D.C.office."It has term, I might go to Canada." draft processing within 30 days.
been business as usual." But UF engineering junior Gary "We will put the first man in (for
Waltman said the Selective Ser- Brown, 20, said he would report if processing) within 13 days."

with objector, status

By MIKE BRUSCELL cal beliefs, they may be able to
avoid ever wearing a military uni-
Staff Writer
Alligator form. Instead of armed services,
Scott Camil, president of these men may end up working as
Gainesville's Veterans For Peace, civilians in places such as hospi-
said earning an exemption from tals.
combat duty in the Persian Gulf is Selective Service hasn't con-
'Y r "a game." ducted a military draft since 1973
+, "If you win, you're in charge of -the close of the Vietnam war-
+ your life," said Camil, who spoke but members of anti-war and anti-
Monday to local high school stu- draft organizations agree men who
dents about the dangers of military want to avoid fighting in the Middle
service. "If they win, they are in East should prepare now to defend
',. yb Np charge of your life." their beliefs.
w The prize in this contest is called Contrary to popular belief, col-
conscientious objector status, lege enrollment hasn't protected
which guarantees objectors won't draft-age men from service since
have to fight if they serve in the 1971.

military. Although exemptions may be
The label is handed out by the granted for clergy, survivors of vet-
federal government's Selective erans killed in combat, and those
Service System to draft-eligible 18- who must support families, stu-
to 25-year-old men who are "con- dents receive less considerationfrom
1 scientiously opposed to Selective Service.
I This year's model I STEPHANIE SOMMER participation in all wars not a Graduating seniors are allowedto
selective objection to a particularwar. finish their final year, and en-
'Left to right: UF fine arts junior Matt Whitacre, senior William Haas and junior Danny ." rolled students may finish their

Tobias sketch a nude model In their Intermediate Drawing Class. Depending on the extent of anobjectors'
see Objector page 7
moral ethi-
religious, or

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CISPLA: The Community In Sup- due by Thursday. Come by Florida following programs Dec. 15: All REGGAE
port of the People of Latin Americais Gym Room 214 to pick up applica cane boiling, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.;
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speak about the Oklawaha River this Cicerones Alumni Association will Kitchen from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., or 2 Jamaican legend D.J. U-Roy
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Human rights: The Amnesty In- Committee is meeting organize its has opened a new literary arts division former membo's' of Burning Spot
ternational Gainesville chapter is divisions tonight at 7 at the Reitz Assistant director applicationsare
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30at : Union Room 349. Call Tim,371-0659. due Wednesday at the ODK office TUESDAY, DEC. 11 9 p.m.
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Call Tom McDonnell, 392-2198. Peace Group is holding a speakout
Help: The State Attorney's officeis against the possibility of war in the What's Happening is free public- CENTRAL CITY $8.00

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Alachua County crime victims. Call Plaza of the Americas. Call 375-2563. The announcements are printed on a
Minerua 374-3627. Hanukkah:The B'nai B'rith Hillel space-available/ basis, in random order
Clothes: The UFCounseling Center Foundation is having a Hanukkah and, when necessary, are edited or
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I Protesters want peaceful solution to Gulf crisisBy I

ROBERT SUREN ble every Tuesday "from now on,"meaning political and financial power."I the United States but born in Palestine. She
Alligator WriterA until a peaceful solution to the Persian Gulf think the real issue is that people haveto was studying in Jordan during the summer
crisis can be reached. decide whether we should put our liveson when the Iraqi army invaded Kuwait."It .
red Mazda drove by, horn blowing. About 40 protesters lined the sidewalksat the line, not some president." was tense. Everyone was really
Three arms stuck out of its windows, giving the intersection of West University Ave "Go home!"came the shout from a passing shocked when it happened," she said. "A lot
the thumbs-up sign. nue and Southwest 13th Street last Tuesday vehicle. of students wouldn't talk to me because they
Moments later, a black pickup truck sped afternoon, bundled in heavy jackets and The Middle East Peace Group formed in knew I was from the U.S."
by, its passengers shouting insults. waving signs that read, "No War For Big early October, Weinstein said. But for some Charles Willett,a member of Veterans For
"Last month we were getting more nega- Oil" and "Peace Is Patriotic." members, things haven't exactly been Peace, protests each Tuesday.
tive responses.This month is more positive," Also, at the intersection of Southwest peaceful. "The real reason we're over there is not
said Scott Weinstein, 33, of Waldo, a memo Archer Road and Southwest 34th Street,and Sandra Samaan,a UF anthropology junior because Saddam Hussein is like a Hitler or
ber of the Middle East Peace Group. the intersection of East University Avenue and group member, said she's gotten death something, but to protect our big oil inter
For five Tuesdays, the group's membersand and Main Street,about 50 others assembled."We threats since.her phone number was printedin est," said the Korean War veteran. "And thatis
others opposed to U.S. involvement in think there's absolutely no truth toBush's the "What's Happening" section of The not a good reason.
the Persian Gulf have banded around street reasoning to escalate troop involve- Alligator as a contact for the group. "When you have a problem with some-
corners to the mixed reaction of passersby. ment,"Weinstein said, "The real reason the "It's scary," she said. body,you don't try to kill them,"Willett said.
Weinstein said the group plans to assem- U.S. is involved in the conquest is to gain Samaan, who is Palestinian, was raised in "You try to negotiate."

Storms may hurt state's powerLoss I

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of nuclear plants could mean temporary blackouts

GRU customers will be asked to conserve or will see
t Alligator Writer rotating 30minute blackouts or "rolling" blackouts,
DuBose said.Mehalik .
Another winter storm, like the one that broughtsnow said Florida power plants aren't built to
and ice to Gainesville last year, could push withstand heavy use of heaters and other appliancesthat
Florida's electric power supply beyond its limits and come with extended cold spells.
cause a power shortage, according to some utilities "We don't build power plants to provide power once
experts. every ten years when it gets that cold," he said.
Professor Sanford Berg, executive director of UF's While conservation during a shortage should help
Public Utilities Research Center, said the 11-month prevent blackouts, Berg said long-term conservation
loss of two nuclear power plants in Turkey Point, Fla. probably won't decrease the possibility of a power
has reduced power capacity for all shortage.
power plants in the state. Electricity can't be stored the
Both of Turkey Point's Florida FFlorida way other commodities can, he
Power and Light plants supply 10 Power and said. Conserving energy today
percent of the company's doesn't mean more will be available
electricLight is buying
ity. They will be closed during a January cold spell.
ber 1991 due to new equipment power from Georgia Conservation of power during
installation company spokesman the shortage may be the only way
Gary Mehalik said. and other areas to to prevent rolling blackouts, Berg
Florida Power and Light is buymake up for the said.
ing power from Georgia and other DuBose said customers should
areas to make up for the shortage, shortage. turn the thermostat down 5 degrees
he said. to 10 degrees from current
Ile "But if we have another freeze like last year,all bets settings, conserve hot water and not use major appli
are off," Mehalik said. ances.
Since all power companies in Florida, and in the And they should know the worst time for energy
country, are linked In a grid system, the rest of the consumption during the winter Is early in the morn-
state may feel the shortage this winter, he said. ing, DuBose said.

Sweeping and sleeping I I MICHELE KATZ-ALLIGATOR Darrell DuBose, manager of Gainesville Regional "The alarm clock goes off at 6:00: and everybodygets
Utilities Electric Control Systems,said GRU has extra up and turns up the thermostat at the same time,"
UP freshman Raymond Plaza sweeps the bleachers in power and shouldn't have a problem this year. he said.If .

the O'Connell Center while a Sarasota Sharks' swimmer "We have ample capacity, barring a breakdown at everyone conserves 10 percent to 15 percent
rests between events at the Winter Classic swim meet the wrong time," he said. "The risk to GRU Is if the during shortage alerts, DuBose said GRU will noticea
Saturday. whole state has big demand." big difference and may not have to use rolling
Along,cold winter throughout the state could mean blackouts.
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Packing memories of A second U.S.-chartered Boeing 747 is to leave Village
} horror and tears of joy, 156 former American hostagesflew Baghdad on Tuesday, but Fitzwater said even after
to freedom Monday, arriving back in the United this one arrives, other Americans are expected still },
States among the first wave of Westerners released to be in Kuwait and Iraq. o York Iron Atlanta Muting M:
under Saddam Hussein's new order. State Department officials have said that some New $198
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"We remain cautious and concerned until every one The press secretary said,"We will continue to take
of them is on our soil because we have no control of people out as fast as we can,as fast as we are allowed."
what they (the Iraqis) might do," Fitzwater said. The Americans who left Kuwait and Iraq Sunday Absolute Lowest
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and appears as safe and effective as birth control pills. how much it would cost. largest big screen
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WASHINGTON (UPI) -House and Senate dele- ings with U.S. military commanders and discussionswith <' '
gations are heading for Saudi Arabia this week to meet our servicemen and women in Saudi Arabia,I am
with American service personnel as well as Saudi hopeful that this trip will increase our understandingof r
Arabian, Israeli and Egyptian leaders.' the issues in the Middle East," Mitchell said. .
Rep. Anthony Beilenson, D-Calif., is leading a 19- The senators will travel to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia,
member bipartisan House delegation.They will leave where they are scheduled to meet with King Fahd.
Tuesday and return Dec. 15. After briefings and meetings with service personnelin [ Cliff Notes provide a clear discussion of the action
t l The House members plan to meet with U.S. and Dhahran, the delegation plans to travel to Cairo, and thought of the work under consideration and
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The eight-member Senate delegation will be led by also plan to meet with Israeli officials.
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They plan to leave Thursday and return Dec. 20. includes Mitchell, Max Baucus of Montana, Richard
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I Wolves no longer secretary's pets Euthanasia only \

Neighbors' complaints force UF employee to get rid of animalsBy
alternative for 7By
quality hybrid.
Alligator WriterA "Even though we have to respect the laws of nuisances, it's
my personal opinion that those wolves are of much less risk AMY K. WILES
wolf howl gliding across the crisp December night air and concern to the environment than many household pets," Alligator Writer
might be a hauntingly beautiful sound to some people, but to Coleman said. "These wolves probably do not make any more
Barbara Dorsey's neighbors, it is nothing short of a noise noise than many neighborhood dogs." The controversy surrounding the Dorsey family's
hybrid wolves increased Dec. when the decidedto
ordinance violation.On family
The wolves lived in a concrete "wolf house" the family builton
Nov. 30, Alachua County Court Judge Thomas Elwell their property, Barbara Dorsey said. The kennel is 110 feet put seven of their animals to sleep.A .
ordered Dorsey_ to find a new home for her 17 pet hybrid long and has its own septic tank. It also has eight indoor and Nov. 30 court decision ordered the Dorseys to move
wolves the wolves from their Jonesville property by Dec. 8 or
by Dec. 8 or face a 60-day outdoor runs and a fenced-in exercise
jail sentence. The UF journalism area. face a 60-day jail sentence. The Dorseys euthanized the
department secretary and her / UF journalism Professor Bill seven wolves they felt would be traumatized by the
son Kent, 26, have been battling McKeen said he visited the required transition.
neighbors' complaints about the Dorseys' property and was impressed Kent Dorsey said an acquaintance offered him several
wolves' howls since moving to both by the kennel and wooded acres outside Alachua County for 10
their six-acre property near by the wolves' behavior. wolves. Dorsey said he and his sister, Shannon, chose
Jonesville in 1988. "My kids love animals, so I the 10 most likely to adjust to the new environment."It's .
Howard Aggers Jr.,a neighbor took my 11-and my 8-year-old out the hardest thing possible to determine which
of the Dorseys, first filed a com there," McKeen said. "(The animals were to live and die,"he said. "I don't endorsethe
plaint about the noise with the wolves) are just like overgrown casual use of euthanasia at all, that's why this was
State Attorney's office in late puppies. I had no fear that my so hard for me. But the fact is I had too many animals
1989. Aggers lives 1,300 feet kids could get hurt by these ani and had to look ahead to the future."
away from the Dorseys' property mals. Some of them are terribly, Dorsey said the new area complies with state regulations
line and claims the howling disturbs terribly shy." and is close enough for him to continue taking
his sleep at night. McKeen said he offered a videotape care of the remaining wolves.
Aggers said the wolf howls are of his children playing Minutes before the Nov. 29 hearing, Dorsey learned
five to 10 minutes long and occur A.wII. s with the wolves to the County that Gene Schuler's Waldo Wild Animal Retirement
four to eight times a night. He iss- ..iT Commission hearing the Village had space to house the wolves. Dorsey said he
said other neighbors also have Dorseys' case but received no rejected the offer because he could not agree to
complained about the howling. ... reply. Schuler's conditions.
"I moved out here in 1980 to '.* J* **?! Aggers said his only complaint Schuler only would accept all 17 wolves or none of
get away from the noise,"Aggers .s, ,.: is the noise, not his family'ssafety. them. The wolves would be neutered if they were
said. "I don't have to listen to it brought to the animal village. And if the Dorseys wanted
I'm not used to it. I don't like it." Seven of the wolves were put any wolves back, they would have to take all 17.
The Dorseys became interested in wolves after raising to sleep Dec. 1,and the remaining 10 were moved to a wooded "I had a matter of minutes to decide (about the offer)
several Siberian huskies and researching the dogs' origins.At area outside the county on Saturday. The Dorseys will con before the hearing,"Dorsey said."I had a problem with
first they took in wolf puppies that had been abused or tinue to take care of them in the new location."I putting my animals in a zoo-like environment. They're
malnourished by previous owners. In 1984, they bought a 75 think this whole thing is due to ignorance and prejudice, just not used to that.
percent hybrid wolf. frankly," Dorsey said. The seven wolves were sedated and given a lethal
The Dorseys' hybrid wolves are part malamute, or collie dose of sodium pentabarbital Dec. 1 at the Alachua
dog. They are mainly Timber, Tundra or Arctic wolves. Dorsey said the family's Jonesville property, located be- County Animal Control Center. National animal rights
Dr. Mark Coleman,veterinarian familiar with the Dorseys' tween Gainesville and Newberry, is for sale. They plan to groups recommend the drug as the most humane formof
wolves, said he thought the family had "selected a good- move to a more isolated location and get their pets back.Macintosh euthanasia available.


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,, Following the saga of the White Student Union is some-
what like following a three-ring circus. It's just so hard to '
keep up. The crl5is with Iraq's

In the latest twist, WSU met on campus to see if it tau t a l less!

could provoke administrators to action. Because WSU aU Cure t[ meats,

doesn't have a faculty adviser, it's not a student group and Un requiring W3rrunlabe15.
therefore isn't allowed to use campus facilities.

Administrators didn't seem to care whether the group ... ,, .
wanted to meet on campus. They say they didn't take action
against the group because they didn't know about Fri
day night's scheduled meeting. We find that difficult to
r believe when we ran a front-page story with the headline:
"WSU to defy UF policies by meeting on campus." No administrators World

saw that headline or read that story. Yeah, iCtatotsheSeagalrls -...

right. {
But a couple of groups did read the story and decidedto maysc selll.them We .
make WSU's life a little difficult. to yeu. Q
The campus chapter of the National Association for the able

Advancement of Colored People reserved the room WSU ,
was planning to use. OK, that seems innocent enough. After w w
all, the NAACP has a campus branch and WSU does

But then WSU members tried to move to an audito
rium. WSU officials say members of the NAACP and Project
99 followed them into the auditorium and harassed for
them. The NAACP says its members simply positioned Going green the holidaysEmbarrassingly

themselves around the room.
Or Project 99 Lt. Commandant David Padgett it enough,my roommates and I havea Currie;
as put plastic Christmas tree in our living room.It Donya
his group will keep attending WSU meetings to "rake was left in the house by former tenants, a tacky G ECt
them over the coals" until Project 99 is sure WSU isn't reminder of the commercialism of the season. I love REENPI
linked to white supremacist organizations.We Christmas the twinkling lights, the shopping rush,
year); they're guaranteed to bring a smile to yourlovedone's
the warm feeling of joy and peace (You can feel this
do with WSU its
not, by means, or
any agree face.
some places, I swear, just not during Dead Week.).
stance on Affirmative Action. But we do believe the But holiday time means a big strain oh the planet.At For those interested in saving the Earth, environ
group's members have the constitutional right to say the risk of sounding like a grinch, I think mental groups offer a wealth of politically correct gifts:
what they want, no matter how ignorant we consider their Christmas trees are an outdated and unnecessary Have a tree planted in Costa Rican forests in someone'sname
(The Basic Foundation, P.O. Box 47102, St.
ideas. tradition. On one hand, you have plastic trees made
from petroleum products. They never degrade and Petersburg, FL 33743, ((813)) 526-9562)) at a cost of$5;
The group does deserve to meet and express its ideas are made at processing plants. Q Protect an acre of tropical rain forest for $50
without being harassed, which is exactly what it sounds Then there are real trees, cut down in the primeof (Programme for Belize, P.O. Box 1088, Vineyard
like NAACP and Project 99 members did. If WSU tried to life so they can sit in a house and die a slow death. Haven, MA 02568));

' disrupt one of their meetings, they'd scream their civil And did you know.those wonderful"natural"beauties Q Adopt a whale___.(A The_ .Whale.._ A Center, 3933 mat Pied-
momwe.., ;)le, c., Oakland,CA 91011,
rights were being violated. This meeting sounds like a reversal are sprayed with chemicals and often
((415)) 654-662U A $24 donation buys
of the green paint? That explains all the
same thing. color of the whale, an
green needles falling off the tree and a photograph
t. But everyone shares a little bit of the guilt in this epi landing on the'carpet.Those needles adoption certificate and sode. probably are brown and very dead, dates and activity sheets;
Even though the group should be allowed to meet with; you just don't know it. Couldn't you Q Buy books on environmental top
out difficulty, it shouldn't be allowed to meet on the UF just go without that decorative center ics available at local bookstores;
I piece this year? Q Choose a membership in
has rules about what student
campus. UF specific groups
You can have a great holiday with- and national environmental organizations
must do to be registered, and WSU hasn't been able to out a tree, trust me. Hang ornaments (usually $25-$50));
meet those requirements. If WSU was really a group that on house plants, decorate the mantle Q Make handcrafted gifts such as
wanted to further its ideals, members would meet'at' some- with holly boughs, and string lights beaded necklaces or home-baked
one's house. Obviously, WSU finds more fun in stirringup around the yard. Clip some branches breads:
trouble. off a pine tree or two and make your own wreath. My Q Give unneeded clothes, toys, appliances, furniture
mom does this, and it looks great.If and extra food to charitable organizations suchas
Administrators don't get off the hook either By not addressing you absolutely,positively, can't do without a tree, Goodwill Industries, the Salvation Army and local
WSU's campus meeting either before it took buy one that can be replanted. And please stay away churches.Hope for the Holidays is a Gainesville group
place or at the meeting, administrators sent WSU and from those tacky metallic or plastic artificial trees. committed to distributing donated items to the needy.
other non-registered student groups the signal that they They don't even smell nice. Call 378-2552 for information.
While you're doing to make this No matter what religious beliefs are,this time
can do whatever they want, and the administration,isn't your part a truly your
green holiday, think about your gift list:The meaningof of year means spending time with family and friends.
If administrators later decide take action
going to to
the is 'Peace Share with them.
season on Earth, Goodwill Toward a little environmental knowledge
against the group, their words of admonition.aren't'goingto Men' and all that, not 'Shove the lady in front of you My parents didn't recycle until I explained how important
carry much weight.alligator. so you can reach the last item on the sale table.' It it is to reuse our resources.I know most peoplecare
doesn't mean becoming so grumpy from shopping, about leaving the world a better place, they just
wrapping and baking that you snap at everyone around don't think sometimes. Remind them about over-pack
Editor you and need a week to recover from the "holiday." aging, fossil fuels and water waste.'

Judy'A. Plunkett Try giving real presents this year How about taking On a,self-serving note, I want to thank everybodywho
Editor Editor I your dad to a museum, ball game or even hardware has changed some sort of bad habit this semester.
Managing Opinions .shopping. A little one-on-one from a child usually, 'Thank you, Ron, for not eating meat on your pizza! ,
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier wrapped up in a flurry of schoolwork and other activities thank you,Tracy, for refusing to use lids on your soda;
means a lot more than another tie or shirt. and thank you, Siobhan,for bringing a'spoon to work.
Letters Policy Make cool of The world is beautiful 'we need to make
a tape college-type music for just .
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page)' They should be your a place, .
typed double-spaced end signed They should Include a typed name address and telephone younger sister or brother., Wash the car for Mom. it better.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. If you have any' questions cal| Write a for sweetie.These aren't
poem your just and a
the editorial page editor at 378-4458 easy Donya Currie. Alligator: Stringer Editor
.on the wallet (a must for me during this tight budget "graduating senior,{ ?toanh hugs far Christmas.

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current term, said Selective Service "
spokesman Larry
Waltman. and is granted during military
man is "conscientiously

There are other ways to avoid the draft. While if at ." :
Waltman said 98 percent of eligible men have regis- this conviction, possibly :
tered since 1980,the other 2 percent-or 14.2 million notice. Along with a manda :
men remain outside the Selective Service Systemand of proof include:

the law.Current a (letters to newspapers, ;
law requires men to In pacifist religions or protest .
register for the draft within a )
month of their 18th birthday. College
or clergy stating history of anth
The law has existed since
1980, and penalties include up to hasn't .'
In anti-war rallies.
five years in prison and a .
$250,000 fine. age men from .
: League, Central Committee
Only 20 men have been prose- ( Peace
cuted, Waltman said. ServICe sInce ,
Paul Jacob went to jail in 1985 and Selective '., '" ...".,......, .".. ..." .,'.':'"d" ;" ,.:., : ,;':
for not registering.
Jacob, 30, a former assistant to hasn't con d to state their objections and why
Libertarian presidential candidate draft since they hold them.
Ron Paul, said he resisted
because he objects to"a program "Anybody who can deal with
that tells young people how to spend a couple of yearsof these things In their head or on
wilt be better
PaPer prepared"Seeley
their lives.

Jacob,of Little Rock,Ark.,served about five monthsof who said.

his five-year prison term. C mll.sald a combination of de-
He said if he had kept his mouth shut rather than o..l'U"'I"U.termination and preparedness may
trekking cross-country between 1981 and 1984 to 10 save a possible objector from military
speak to draft-resistance and Libertarian groups, he service. which could result in
wouldn't have had to serve any time. death.

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I.. IFAS Scientist Wins Patent For Safe Gabridge Makes Biotechnology Institute .

: Natural Fungus That Kills WhiteflyA UNIVEHt'1\\1 Work For U UF F Researchers Scientists

UF scientist has won a U.S.. for
patent Michael Gabridge, UF's' new director of tic firm) in Saranac Lake, N.Y.. ., says the
a fungus that safely kills one of the world's __
the Biotechnology Institute within the Division process of guiding scientists through the
most agricultural peststher
sweet potato damaging whitefly.. of Sponsored Research, is a rare blend] MICHAEL' technology transfer process usually involves -
r of researcher and least four
marketing specialist. at steps: encouragingA
IFAS entomologist Lance Osborne has GABRIDGEComes E
microbiologist with experience in both preparation of a written disclosure of a
discovered a fungus that quickly kills the
the academic and worlds, he marketable of
corporate new potentially concept product
whitefly without harming the environment.The ToUF .
seeks to identify the market potential of y ; submitting the disclosure for review
whitefly feeds on more than 500 plants From
studies in biotechnology-that emerging by a UF patent committee; scanning existing
worldwide and transmits viruses and .
science in which the substance of Bionique research for potential involvement -
genetic r g p programs
diseases that cause more than 70 diseases.. Laboratories
The fungus, EDITION animals and plants is re-engineered to produce ;; and making recommendations
patented Paecilomyces
for the of
to university's possible
new products or develop
fumosoroseus, is found in Florida and
for action.
throughout the world, but must still undergo microorganisms practical purpose.
Since assuming his new responsibilities l t Gabridge also advises and helps resear--
extensive before it is available .r
testing as a four months ago, with an office at the Were' interested in hearing about new chers make sure that relationships

I commercial product, Osborne' said.. U UF F S Soviet 0 V I e t L.Linguists I n 9 t sea T m U UpTo P university's' Progress Center, Gabridge has diagnostic tests, new biopesticides, new established with industry are properly ,.
: "It has potential, but there's a long the been visiting biotechnology researchers methods of culturing living cells..basically.. disclosed and that business arrangements
to go, said Osborne, who is based at t campus-wide to acquaint them with the anything involving cell or cell products, are kept within guidelines of the university

tion IFAS Center Central in Florida Apopka.Research. "Just because and Educa-we- T O Study U d Y Voice 0 I C e I d dentification e n I I C a t.I 0 n whole the ]expanded idea of technology services! transfer available;; and to with acGabrdge he said former president of Bionique ty a and Institutes of f federal of a agencies Health.such as the National -

have a fungus that kills' whiteflies doesn't' \ t i iy East met west at UF last month when a l-----' .- complish that transfer.. Laboratones, Inc.. (a biotechnology diagnosA widely published scientist in journalsrelated

necessarily mean we've found between \\ Soviet scientist teamed up with UF to microbiology: I Y, Gabridge: i :: has:
bullet.. There is a large step to take Hollien I J' devoted d much of f his 21 years in research

finding something and commercializing it it. \ \ linguistics science professor of their Harry to starta t '- to investigating the mechanism by which

You have to be able to put the fungus i ina r project own. 1, the smallest free-living
Guram Kamishvili, director of the In ''f, mycoplasma
a form which can be utilized.' stitute for Control Systems at the Georgia FA FACULTY4 C U [IV t; organism, causes respiratory and joint
w" t
Osborne has signed over the rights to the Academy of Sciences in the Soviet Union, 1 C diseases in people and animals.. He has
awarded 17 to the of the biochemicalHONORSACTIVITIES
patent July University IFAS entomologist Lance Osbome examines s the; fungus shdi'overed; that safely and worked with Hollien, director of UF's' Institute iY specifically investigated
Florida Research Foundation, which in turn naturally kills the sweet / pathways.by which the tiny organisms. can
potato whitefly. (Photo by Bunny Ingles Stafford) for Advanced Study of the Com
has entered into an agreement with a W.R.. destroy host cells.

Grace & Co.. subsidiary to develop the In greenhouse tests, Osborne the it munication Processes.At __ Gerardo Gonzalez, counselor education the College of Health Related professions. His expertise in mycoplasma research led''
says killing as would a typical disease, home, Ramishvili specializes in devel--
fungus for commercial use. fungus was 99-percent effective, killing Osborne said. Hollien professor and chairman, is an honorary Associate Professor of English Brandon to his election as chairman of the Mycoplas-

Osborne first discovered the fungus three whiteflies in all stages g of development.. The whitefly has become a worldwide oping voice-activated in voice systems.identification,,deals a national v? member of the UF chapter of Golden Key Kershner received the 1990 American Conma Division of the American Society for

years ago during experiments in an Osborne and IFAS researchers Clay nemesis, ruining fields in the U.S.., the expert with criminal court that involve National Honor Society. ference for Irish Studies prize for best book Microbiology in 1982, and to his current position ir i-
Apopka laboratory, when he noticed the and heavily cases r k ,nr College of Medicine assistant P professor of of literary.criticism.. as Council member for this division..
Gregg Storey are Caribbean, Central America
McCoy studying ex- Japan, the evidence. .
tape-recorded Together they are neuroscience Streit received the Chemistry Professor Per-Olov.
colonies of whiteflies. Wolfgang Lowdin.
fungus was
killing actly how the fungus works to kill the Soviet Union and many other countries.. studying the field use of the different speaker / Robert Prize the honor of the received the Gold Medal 1 from LI b S T Term I
whiteflies"Every time,"we said turned Osborne.around. it killed the whitefly and whether growers might one Elusive to control, the whitefly lives on the identification processes they use.. .. International Feulgen Association, e highest of Histochemists.. the Czechoslovakian Heyrousky Academy of Sciences. Library Spring P n n g e r
day use the fungus as a preventive underside of leaves and has been known \ '
to During his two-week visit to the United
Fahien chemical associate Professor
Raymond engineering Pharmacy college Reserve Book List
measure against whitefly infestation.. The feed sweet .
on potatoes, poinsettias, States, in the National
TNIS, fungus could kill the whitefly by coveringand tomatoes, beans, lettuce, cotton, sponsored of Sciences part Ramishvili by learned professor!emeritus.!. received t the e.American. Emeritus Max_ Lemberger. received an _
NEXT WEEK suffocating it, by producing a toxin or carrots, cucumbers, cassava, squash peppers, egg- Academy more about speaker identification, and howit UF communication researchers compare Society,:, for Engineering Service Citation!' Education's:: Award. award. of of merit from of Pharm the American Associa- RCQUeStS a | S UUB U6C. 11 I f '

CAM US by penetrating the insect's' body cavity and plants and watermelons. notes with Soviet dentist Guram Distinguished tion Colleges cy. .
it can relate to police work. He says Soviet Ramishvilita UF' Institute Advanced- William Williams, College' of, Dentistry r Dr.;> Wayne Riser, veterinary medicine Faculty members and others who wish

I police work is becoming more and more of the Communication Processes.a a associate professor of.oral biology .and adjunct professor. was honored for his.role to place library materials on reserve for
sophisticated and officials need to keep up Pictured Study seated UF director of the Craniofacial Center, received in establishing B t the e World Small Animal Spring term should submit lists by Dec. 17
left to right are
with phonetic technology. the 1990 Distinguished d Alumni Award Veterinary Association. to Library East and the Marston Science

ran FA V Although&]h this was Ramishvili's' first tripto researchassistantsMinJing and, standing, Ramishvili and Ming and il Jing UPhoto F from Florida State University's's College of Dr.. Anthony Barbett, veterinary Library.. Lists received by that date will belinguistics

TODAY I C I the United States, he is requesting per- professor Hollien. ( Communication.'! medicine associate professor of infectious'! processed, and all available books will be

*1 4 mission from the Soviet and U.S.. govern- Gene )Harry Education Professor Simon Johnson diseases, received a first-place p ranking g from on reserve by the first day of classes, Jan..

of ZOOLOGY Eustrongylidosis SEMINAR in ,Florida"Epidemiology Wading APPOINTMENTS ments to return in the spring of 1992.. by DCUHOTKJ received.the.Mental..Health Associations. the!,Caribbean! Basin Advisory\, C Group.; 7._Any books s not.found!\ will be ordered.! .

multicultural education award.. ur.. Richard Bradley, a veterinary Lists received. after the Dec. 17 deadlineCollege

i. doctoral Birds, by associate Dr.. Marilyn in UF Spalding, of post- Dr. Roy Weiner, professor and chief of UF pathology Professor Edward Wilkinson I Un.lvers.lty/ Personnel Services Offers of Medicine neurosdence Professor medicine college founding member, was will be processed on a first-come, first-

r: .Department Infectious medical oncology, is chairman of the is chairman\ of a national committee Don Walker received the medical school's' honored for !his 25 Y years of service to UFo served basis and might not be processed by y I
Diseases 4 on
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p.m. Florida State Committee for the American controversial cases of the female genital tract. Tralnlna Sessions For Faculty Staff a Faculty Research Prize in Basic Sciences. Dr.. Kirk Gelatt, veterinary medicine prothe first day of classes. Books not in the

y WEDNESDAY Association for Cancer Research. Ralph Swain, Shands Hospital vice Music history and literature; _Professor s lessor of? comparative? .' ophthalmology,. relibraries: that requested for reserve after
e Professor Grant Thrall for Personnel;;' David Kushner was s named Man of the ceived the University/.ot Pennsylvania bchool the deadline will not be ordered.
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO- Geography was president facilities and support services s, University Services is offering munication, listening g skills and conflict
board of Medicine Award of Merit.
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Year the book lists should
QUIUM, "The Effects of Human Activity appointed to the editorial board of "Com- was appointed to the Hospital Productivity employee training sessions this month in a resolution. by Veterinary Library East reserve
I, the American Institute. Dental Professor Medina was insubmitted desk.. of
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the Global! puters, Environment and Urban Technical Panel will I WORK PRESSURE- Biographical to reserve Copies
on Ecosystem, b by UF adjunct Systems"and Advisory and Committee vanety of subjects. Each training session BETTER UNDER
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FOR RENT: FOR RENT; UNFURN. FOR RENT; UNFURN. .. ,';"",.. ', ..' .....:.: : -.

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1 FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished REFLECTIONS- bd/2 ba, brand new,
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- wash/dry/ 1100 aq ft, vaulted ceilings, .* .;: : '::':' : '''/ '::'::,:. '.: ::.. .:; : : classified ad:

Housing Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop BURG VILLAGE 376-1253 12-14-37-2 many extras. $640/momh. Call 3320362. X 1 ;:.: For Rent "Furnished :'.:'.'
all utll paid Inc. ae, 10 meals weekly, 12-13-5-2 = In Person:
parking, laundry, $210 per mo, CLO. MORE FOR YOUR //2 :=:. For Rent -Unfurnished Cash, check, MC or VISA.
117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 12-14-82-1 SPACIOUS 3 & 4 bdrm townhomes Lg 2bd bath apt Avail Jan 1 close to ';:.. 3 ; Mobile Homes : '
Close to SFCCtUFWoodgate campus, a/c, laundry, ceiling fan, we pay The Alligator Office
OAKBROOK 2/21urn.( and unlurn Roommate Manor Apartments water bill. $150 dep $375/mo 2023 SW ..>. :' for AentiSal. 1105 W. University Ave.
matching avail. Wash/dry/ From 332-4544 37th Way. call 375-7986. 12-14-5-2 M-F 8am4pm
-" 82.50. Divertified Properties. REALTOR 601 SW 75th Street ::.: 4 : Sublease House/Apt.!/ :.... : Main Bookstore
373-9375 or 378-8090. 12-14-29- 12-14-21-2 A QUIET HAVEN: 2 BR off SW 34 St. '
Roommates Service Desk
1 Outside storage, Inside utility, window Hub Customer
SPACIOUS covering, dishwasher. $350 For Sate" M-F 8 am4.30pmReltz :

3 room furnished apt. Full kitchen, cable, ONE BEDROOM APT. KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060 121452 Union, Cashier's Office
phone, pool. Next to Oaka Mall and I-7S. ONLY S273MO.LYONS / Heal Estate r M-F 9am-9pm

Rent by week or month. $450/mo 3311618. APT Jr! Motorcycles } Sat & Sun 0 Closed
12-14-19-1 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 CAW Properties. 1 Block from campus, 1 -
12-14-76-2 bedroom and efficiencies $135-170 per '. < ; Medical Bookstore, ShandsM
CASABLANCA. Available now I 2 month. Call Scott 376-2424. 12-14-5-2 Wanted > F, 8 am > 4.30 pm
bedroom/11/2 bath. Partially furnished, ALOHA GARDEN APTS :
wash/dry. $450. Call 3054273933. 3 br 2 ba, $545 per mon plus a free New Apt Re-let ibdr $244/mo from Jan-July. Services By Mall:
12-14-13-1 Year week vacation on Daytona Beach onus $250 sec dep. Can move In early at no : Use forms appearing weekly
) 377-0555. 12-14-16-2 extra cost. Close to campus, SW 20 Ave, :; 12 :.: Typing Services .:. i. In the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by

1 large bedroom apartment, suitable lor 377-9657. 12-14-5-2 : 13 : Help Wanted mail. MC VISA, or checks only.
couple, walking distance to UF & Shands, 2-bd apts, d/w, porch $375,1; with w/d, ; .
for only $299/mo Avail Jan 6. Please $385; central h/a, fans, on bus. SW villas. SPEND NEW YEAR'S HERE: NW 3 BR 1 .18uln&\ $$ Personals I By Phont 373-FIND:
call 378.6123. 12-14-8-1 373-0701, 12-14-15-2 1/2 BA,. Screen Porch/fenced/cent ; Payment by VISA or Mastercard
air/dishwasher. $480 KEY MANAGE :15: :. Personals :::. ,..::::,.... ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
1 or 2 to sublet 2 br apt 3 blks north of 2 bdr/ 1 1/2 bs Townhouse. Close to MENT 16 '.:.::. Connections'.."'"" >: M-F830-4pm.:
campus. thru May 1st. $14750 + 1/2 Shands/VA/UF, Wash/dry hook-up, 372-3060 12-14-5-2

util.keep per trying person 12-11-5-1 Call Nathan 377-9333 $379.Pets arranged.Call 336-1905.Quiet 12-14-13-2 location. $360 Available now-quiet 3BR 1BA house, 17' : ,:E';; Q How to correct or

$350/month.' lease, 372-7503 leave a :16 :;:!ir2'J! /

Close to UF, Shands, VA, I Alach. Gen. ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2bdr/2ba w/ study, message 12-14-5-2 19t : / cancel your ad:
Spacious 1 bdr/1 ba apt. Furnished & end unit blinds. $550/mo. Call 335-2703.. ,
quiet. Call 336-0002. 12-11-5-1 12-14-12-2 2 MIN WALK TO UFo LG ibd apt. Hdwd 20 :: Lost 4; i Found Cancellations:

flrs/gd hl/porch/yard/bkshlvs. MUST v :. :''':. :' :. .:'. ..... .' : ,. Call 373-FIND Mon. 0 Frl. 8 4 pm
PhD cand. seeks mature housemate. WALK TO UFII Rooms, studios, 1 bedroom SEE. Avail Jan. $2lOmo, Call 3733683Ivmess. No refunds can be given.
Own bdr/ba. $'75/mo + 1/3 utilities. & 2 bedroom apartments starting at 12-14-5-2

Flexible ,lease, w/d/ ample parking sale. $199 Available Now, Spring & Fall. College Q When will ad ? Alligator errors:
: Need M/F/ for own bdr/ba in 2nd floor SW your run .
$ aIl372.091210am-11pm. 12-14-5-1 Park 3717777. 12-14-10-2 Check your ad the FIRST day it runsCall
area apt. $235/mo 1/2 utilities. AVAIL 373-FIND with any corrections before
Oakbrook Walk 0 F to sublet 1rm in SERIOUS STUDENTSI11 1 bedroom apartments ABLE NOWI Call Susan collect 407-860- noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
2bd/2ba/ apt 1/2 ml fr campus, own or on QUIET cul-de-sac. Available 1202 or 407-574-6250 evenings. Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
share rm, fully (urn, $210/mo. avail now and January 1 Villager West. 371- 12-14-4-2. DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected

immed, call Kath 376-7365 12-13-4-1 7777. 12-14-102 Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day,
One bed
apt, ktcn/bath brand new,
No refunds or credits can be given after
Great /condol furn 2bdr/2ba, own Casablanca East condo-2bd/2 1/2bawith shady/quiet, deadend, has style, sublet Union or Shands may take the ad. Changes called In after
wash/dry Ctrl air, pool, alarm shrutillrm security .,II.m. For immediate occu thru Aug, $270/mo, cat ok, avail Jan 3774988 THREE days to appear. Ads the placing first will not be compen.al.d.Customer ,
( avail for 1-2 males). Fix term pancy. Apartment "1404. $450/mo./ Call check It out. 12-14-4-2 day
walk UF John 378-6963 may run for any length of time
to 12-14-5-1 377-3316 or 1-776-1388 12-14-9-2
error or
Super Clean 2bdr/i ba duplex apt, central and be cancelled at any time.

$135 studio apt Iblk from campus. Water HUGE 2 br/2 ba apt 2 mi to UF pooltennisv heat/air, fenced yard, bike to UF, pet OK Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Corrections must offlc be,. made BEFORE In person NOON.at
and hot water Incl, furn. available 372- / ball/b/ ball// very affordable. Avail 300mo. Call Sarah 3753378. 12-14-4- Alligator
4571 376-2424 Leave message. 121451 Jan 1-Oak Forest please call 336-1315 2 for cancelled ads. There will be a 2.00 correction fee.

anytime. 12-11-5-2
Bdrm, private entrance, furn., cntrl a/c./ This month's rent FREE) 1 bdrm apt. BR fenced duplex. Breakfast bar/stack- I
Use kitchen and Ivlng room. Most utillt.furn Nice, close to campus. $295/mo. Call able hook-ups/dishwasher. $480

$165mo. Avail.3722284.Jan I 1. 91.12-11-1-1 1740 NW 3rd PI. Tracy 378-2651 12-14-8-2 KEY 12-14-5-2 MANAGEMENT 372-3060 MOBILE HOMES SUBLEASE; HSE/APT .

Close to UFo 1 bd apt. Avail Jan 1. For Sale 12x60 Mobil Home, 2 BR, 2 Sublet 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse. Pool
$262/mo. Pets Also for sale SW.2bd/1.5ba twnhs w/d lease
okay 0 hkup
FOR RENT Bath central A/C, cloae to campus and volleyball, laundromat pets allowed.
: ends $360/mo/ avail. Jan call Anita
May, ,
kmg/waterbed $125,3 pc. living set $100,
stores. Call 375-8192 m.... 12-14-5- Close to Shands, In Mt. Vernon $495/mo./
2 desks, more ebo 373-4043. 12-11-5-2 or Enn at 373.30211.lv.m..age, 121442 -
2 UNFURNISHED 3 Call377'7344. 12-14-10-4

Spacious bdr/1 1/2 ba, $345/mo, hookups
Sublease 1 block from UFo $l70mo.Available .
Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, d/w/ carpet, curtains. Avail Dec 15 SUBLEASE apt.
to mid-Dee. Call Scott at
FREE : early
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. thru Jul 31 First 2 wks Free. Call 336- 12-14-
376-2424 Greg sit 3728123.
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 1805 SW. 12-12-5-2 Rental Finding Service, All Info, 4 HOUSE/APT or
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 12141762 floorplans, videoa and more FAST. We Sublease 1 tar/1 ba $250/ mo. Off SW 20
- Large 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse, Phoenix can help, you find that perfect place to Ave. Thru July 31, Call 336-7307 Iv
subdivision fenced patio. $335/mo, Call live. Gator Rental FlndersOUF F/NS needed to sublease own room t 1214134WINDMEADOWS
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA. quiet 335-6261 or (4074681043.) 12-14-7-2 Plaza 336-9349. 12-14..2. bath In a 3br/3ba apt In Spygl... mag.

washer/dryer/ available In most units for Washer/Dryer Security System $228 2br/2ba, pool ft laundry.
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 ft 2 Bath 4bd/2ba apartment. W/D cent ac, 5 blks 1 BR 2nd floor 225.00.2 br 295.00 Close per/mo A 1/3 util. Call 335-6525.12-12- Avail JaM until May 1991. $490.
$250-$375, sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- from campus, well lit parking, pets ok, to campus. Unlurn or partly furn. 3735663 2-4 Kelly 335-7989. 12-14-12-4
76-2 $730mo, clean nice, available Jan 1 Call 8 am to 7 pm. 12-14-6-2 .
Sublease to share 2br/2ba $225 month
377-8965. 12-14-15-2 a
Male roommate needed at the Laurels.
INCREDIBLE Mill Run Condos + 1/2 utl. Dec.90 free. ASAP call Mike J.
spacious 2 bd/1.5 ba, Own room/bath wall the amenities. Possibility .
Efficiency Apt. DOWNTOWN: Arlington Square. only 1.5 ml to campus Inclds wash/dry or Nell at 336-6575 or 372-9466. 121364 of Jan rent paid-call, 3355295.OAKSMALLIO .

Starting allies Studios & 1 bidroomi..378-9682. cent a/c 2 story, avail Jan 1., $455 call
Starting' at f 235 / :2 Bedroom 12-14-7-2 Kurt 336-3932. 12-12-3-2

2 bedroom 1 1/2 bath townhouse MOBILE HOMES
378-3988 :
Spacious, quiet, w/d hook-up
12-14-76-2 375-3861 4221 SW 2111 l Place..,..$355 3 FOR RENT ISALE

"Check Our New Specials" 12-14-7-2 QUIET) QUIET) Arredondo Farmsrent OAKS 4 WIST

All Amenities Available SPACIOUS APT ONE BLK FROM UF. Lg all from $260 Incl. water, sewer, garbage 331-8818 MSNKO KMALl AOJACINMOMAU
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED br/ba/living rm. Quietl No pets Lease pick-up, lawn main. Also some great 331-8118 MOAKSPIA7A
Roommates Available runs until Aug $205.00/momh. 377-9245 buys. Quiet) Will take long term travel'
?* We're No. 1 between 10 and S. Ask for Ed. 12-14-7-2 trailers. 378-9291 Open weekends too. '1:11.14'tlfrsy: ( : 1\1 ), 7.11) (::414m'ltr.mI
12-14-47-3 DANCU (' ) '
378-5766 Beautiful 3bdr/3ba townhouse In Lakewood 1 00, ( ), :JI CHOST (PC-IS)
3230 SW Archer Road Villas. End unit next to pond. Great 2 Bedroom 2 Bath w/den, DW Deck PlllDATOII J (I too (S.1I:' Tit M 00)) 7:41,10:It
COUNTRY GARDENS view sublet until June.. 2 weeks free! Shed Washer/Dryer. Celling Fane, $3751st 14S(31ITLS: ( flOO.4ltOIS) : : Twin MM AND A urrii uov IK)
373-4500 335-2141, 12-12-5-2 ft Last 300 dep 371-0337 on 20th Ave. WMTI MIACI { ) .14tIOOTlS0UOO30.SUJACOB'S: ( ) :
2001 SW 16th Street ,12-14-10-3 1:00. ((5.JO US tt.00)),i 10, 10:30POfTCAJIDt LADDER ( )

12-14-78-2 : HUM THI EOCC ( ) 215, (S.30 US 1100)) 100,1010:
HO. iOO T13MOO 145
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HOLIDAY BONUS: Near Nationwide, 2
1988 2 bd/1 ba, cozy fireplace overaized
BR 1 1/2 BA Townhouse. walkInclosetpatio THI BtKUUU DOWN UNOa (C)
..2 bedroom/2 1/2 bath, screened porch.wllherdryer kitchen. SW area nice neighbor., UO.t44ITl S1.00).7.IMI ) :
** in Casablanca East for upstairs hook-ups, dish wash/dry hookups. $300/mo. 1st. last', *
washer. $350 KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060
Spring. 500mo. Call 336-4641 leave dep. 372-8240. .12t1,5:3.:
message, 12-14-10-2

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Manor 1bd/1baapt. Large enough Oakbrook Walk I bdr/1 ba avail In Jan. OAKBROOK: Male to sublet Fully furnished Wmdmeadows n/s F to share large master ... wanted for 4 bd home in ..

lor two. Sec system, new clubhouse, 5 Walk to UF, wash/dry/ pool, single space w/d, pool, Close to Shands and bdr In furnished 2/2. Available immediately crime tree NW area rent 215/mo 1/3/
min. from campus. $380/mo. Call Victoria for $390 or share room $215.. Call 371- UF $190/mo1/4util, Call 378.9836, 12 spring $165/mo Call 335.5284, uts large bkyrd start now 2 other grads in
371.1423. 12 14-94 0874. 121254 '1254 12-14.20-5 home 376.4928. 12-11'55
MUST SEE 117a NW 17 Sir. 1/2 block

Spacious, clean, 2bd,ibth apt Pool, Male roommate needed to sublease Sublease Ibrlba Village 34 apt 255mo. Oxford Manor. female ns to share 2 bdr / to UF Furnished R.nl. 1/2 util 1 or 2

Jacuzzi, welghtroom, laundry facilities Must share bdr, walking distance to campus Jan-Jul, walk to UF, call 371.8206or373. 2 ba apt. partially furnished ADT security M/F 335.9634 walk' to classlll 12148.5
End of Dec.June. $440. Call Diane, 375 Only $'47/mo./ Call Calvin at 332 1376 Iv message 12147.4 system $250 1/2 utilities Call LeA
7285. 4018. nneor Joy 377.4056. F n/s needed: own bdr In (turn 2/1 across
**Sublet till May** from UF. NW Apt, upstr secured win.
1/2ba townhouse 34 St area. rent: 2bdm/2bth: ceiling fans ibr/iba 5mm walk to UFo avail now 1 M lor own rm in 2 br/1 I ba In SW area dows door alarms $205 1/2 util Call
Full view, volleyball court, 3 min. from pool/laundry at bkdoor: 2/3 mi. from UF, $260/mo call leave message 377.6791 Close to UF $195 00 mo. plus 1/2 utilIties 378.0850 Iv msg 121485

campus, w/d hookup, dishwasher 336 ACdishwash; $475mo.; call OAK FOR 122.5-4 Call 395.6492 or 641.3519 (Jax).
8785 anytime Iv msg $450/mo Avail. EST 376.2507. 12.14-5-4 Leave msg Peaceful, responsible, mature N/S/ to
Jan. 121494 Must sublet Second floor, ibd apt w// share comfortable 3 bd/1 ba in llhopper
N/S/ M to sublet master br In 3 br / 2 ba balcony at Gatorwood Janl.Julyt.' / smoker ok to share 3 bd/ 2 ba houseon area W/D/ $230/mo/ 1/2 utl 374
2 br/1 I ba In Pine Rush 329/mo. Avail. house: fire. ceiling fans wash/dry micro $300mo, will transfer secur.deposit Tower Rd. W/D, fireplace nice yard 4724. Tom 12148.5

able this month Call Melissa at 375. dish, $175 1/3 377.1663 leave messs Clean & safe Call 374.4264 alter 7pm wooded lot $200 mo 1/3 utilities.
0729 for more information age 121244 12147.4 Need 2 rmmll. 332.5825 ask for Russ or GREAT DEALI! PARK PLACE roommate

lye msg 12.11'.10.5 n/s wanted lor Spring share room
Sublease spacious 1 bdr/1 I ba apt near Large bdr/ 2 ba OAK FOREST $490/mo. Spacious 1bd,big Iving and dining. 2 $95/mo 1/3 util in 2 bdr/2 ba Call

law school, bike to UF Located In sale, $100 deposit negotiable Leave message weeks free, reduced rate Full semester For Spring to share a 2bdr/1 .Sba, furnished 338.7372. 12"11'.55

area Camelot Apartments Avail. Immed 335-6551 12135.4 lease Call and lye mess. at 338.1789. townhouse with w/d/ cable for
Reg $389/mo, rent now $340/ mo neg 12.14-7- $225/mo. + 1/2 util Call Larry 332-6357. Roommate needed: m, n/s to share roomIn
Call 338-6262 alter 8 pm. 12.14.8-4 Best location in Oxford Manor. Must sublet 12.14.12-5 3br house In nice NW area $125*1/3
2 bd/ 2 ba apt by Jan 5 ft from pool Apartment for sublease 2bd 11/2ba 1 utilities For Sp 90. Call Jell 377.3301 for

Regency Oaks share 2 br/ba, $147 share/ and tennis Lease Is negotiable Call close to UF and shopping lor 2 months M/F prefer Law or Grad student 4 NW 25 Info 12-1 1.4.5 *
190 own br/ba. 1/3 utll close to UF 371.4979. 12.146.4 available now 1 month security paid St No deposit necessary $210/mo/ obo.
Quiet pool tennis, weightroom very secure Needed We need a F N/S roommate for spring
372 0120 after 6pm '121254 Cent a/c/ ; fireplace asap 377-
Call 375.7328. 12148.4 Female to sublet own bedroom In furnished 6334 Own room in 3bd/2ba in PARK PLACE
La Manchs apt. Behind Norman 1BR/1B,Sublet.Dec.Apr.31 FurnishedApt $194mo 1/3util Call 335.7444 leave
NS to share large furnished 4 bdrm housein Hall. Free maid service, pool. Only $184a In the Woods Pool, Laundry, Close M/F/ ns needed to share 2bd/1/ 1/2/ ba aptin message 12.11,.4.5

quiet NE' area, washer/dryer Central month Call 3752409. 121354 10 UFo $279/mo/ 378.2007. Mill Run. Only $218/mo 1/2util Movein
heat/air i65mo 1/3 1/4 utilities immed rent paid until Jan. 335.5457, M Avail Dec 15. small (turn apt in large
Call 373.4639. 12.11.54 Sublease entire apt 3 bedroom 2 bath In SUBLET for Spring! Oaklorest 12.14.125 home close to UF wi prlv. entrance bath,
Lakewood Villas, Great loctlon.across 2bed/2bath townhouse on the lake Pets cable, quiet clean patio. No pets. in non

2 bedrm/1 1/2 bath, townhouse. close to from tennis courts. near pool 750/mo/ Call are OK $465/mo 336.9333. 121454 ROOMMATE NEEDEDI Wht Fem n/s for party atmo. Mature only. $225/mo util
campus, $400 mo, no r.nllill Jan. 1 pool 3368796 12.I 3.5.4 spr sem.Oakbrook 2bdrm2bath, furnished 3782016 121475

laundry, safe area, pets welcome' call ***Lookl House 4 rent Lg 2bdrm/lbth, wash/dry, alarm system
3353864 121354 den w/d fenced 1/2util Call Lisa 334.9408. Own Room in nice 4 bed 2 1/2/ bath Nonsmoker .
MUST SUBLET fireplace, hookup, Ig $275+ 12 14
2BR I 1/2BATH Townhouse Mount Vernon hard, sundeck, pets OKI Great location, 105I $160 neg secdep utilPlnetree .
F needed to sublease own room/share Gardens for Spring & Summer
.close to Shands $495/month/ thru safe neighborhood, $495/mth for 1 91
bathroom In OAK FOREST APART. May with lor Summer/Fall 375 Call 376-7652. I bedroom, unfurnished, MorF, $190mofor 3752982. 121475NS
MENTS. $180/ utilities CII 335 option .
mo Spring Semester Call 335.7468. 12II
4192. 5864 121474DAILY Sublet nice. spacious 2bd/lba/ apt in Hawaiian 1 1.7.5F / needed for 4bd/2ba apt for Spring. 10
Village available alter Dec. 20th. mm bike UF Sec sym Incl. Part Turn.

$4 I 5/mo. Call 374.4792 before Dec.20 or n/s/ to share 2/2 apt at Regency Oaks $131mo 1/4 utilities 334.8865 or 334.
after Dec.20. 121454 to UF with student Must 7687 121255
CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited ((407)830.5840) (Smln ) engineer
be serious/quiet student $223 Missy
First, month rent free! For Spring 3764504 12.12.IPS OAKBROOK M n/s/ Own bedroom & bathin
by Trude Michel Jaffe Gainesville Garden Townhouses. across 2b/2b. Fully furnished wash/dry/ ,

from Tigert walking distance Female Roommate ne.ded.own master bed a micro, c.lans. alarm Rent neg call 378.
ACROSS 10 Connect 43 Berlin output 50 Fling
$175/mo*utll. 378.0657. 121454 bath lor $187. Pets ok. Fenced backyard 5171.
1 Ecclesiastical 11 The Kremlin's 44'"Turkish Bath"First 51 Bonheur or Duplex behind Oaks Mall. Call 332-

courts Lady artist Ponselle Female N/S to sublet 1 bd/1 ba In 2bd. apt 6840. Greenwich Green n/s female own bed
8 Competent 12 Angler basket 45 No better 52 Give off Close to campus and Shands $200/mo. room and bath wash/dry/ security sys

10 Parabolas 13 Meeting, for 46 Olent seed 53 Medieval 1/2 utilities Call 374.8179 anytime M/F/ roommate needed to tern $270/m*1/2 utl Call Samantha

14 Degrade short 47 Edge domestic 12,11.34 share nice apt, Own room & bath, 335.1945. 12.12.56Park ,.

15 Haunt 18 Easter bloom 48 Skiers' lift 55 Sample washer/dryer/ microwave Rent negotiable Place m n/s spr sem Own bd/bth
ROCKWOOD VILLAS sublease 1bdr of + 1/2 uill" 335.2205. 12.14-9-5
18 Weight 19 Liberate 49 L-Q tie 56 Rumpus 3bdr/3ba condo starting Jan 1. free cable. 1/2 util l88/mo/ Jan.Feb
allowance 23 Carlo $225 Mar. Please call John 335-
Washer/dryer $230/mo/ Call Rick at 336 F for own private room in nice house
17 Prenuptial 24 Tallin native 8816 or 335.4137. 121454 Excellent, sale NW location Near UF, 6968. 121255MF
bashes 25 Starter for ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: shopping etc Only $175/mo. Call 338

20 Kind of design stone or storm I TAR A FAN A 1P S II S TOWNE PARC-2bd 2ba. Large roomsClose 1092 or 374.1700 today 1214105 / wanted ,immediately 3bdrm condo
own bd/ba spacious & clean $180
21 Relieves 26 Chamber group A 0 I IN. M I 0 I PIS to campus $450mo Pets ok. Sublease l/3utihties/ very Please call alter 00pm
in January. Move In at end Dec Polos f n/s roommate needed for own
22 Santa 27 Drive
g. J A I K K N I F L I 0 I S 3356480 room in 3 br/3 ba Vaulted ceilings w/d 3732062

23 Small cactus 28 Rooter's outcry M ElL 0 N. S H T 10 IU T fans alarm and much more avail. Jan 1
25 Robust 29 Toss back and M/F/ for LAKEWOOD VILLAS
ERE M T "S N E 0 $247/mo 1/3 util 3356709 12.11.5Vizcaya .
29 Artist forth sublet own room spring. urn townhouse 3bed/2bath1/3 util, elec next to pool,
Hieronymus 31 Carried nun. rannn.' L E HR. apt GGT no sec dep needed almost lurn, lor spring call 335.9402.

30 Irish 32 bell sound A U I A A ''I T M. 0 I I S $188/mo*1/4util. Excellent roommates .roommate needed have your Queen waterbed $60.
Big I I I V Call 375.3063 Debbie own room for just 165 mo 1/3 ut Call
33 MP's
exclamation concern
Lucien or John at 373.9715. Close to Roommate needed lor 2bdr I l/2bath
31 African 34 Fergle A R 110. E N 0 00 rE T campusll apartment Spring and summer A $225
F to share I bedroom Mt Vernon
language sister-In-law. .nnnn Ii nnnra nan apt per month 1/2 utilities Fully lurn shed.
$188/mo/ 1/2 util Call off 372-5389.
32 Ewe call 36 Again then MUG cinnnnnnn. 12.1344* M Roommate needed to share large 4 Call 3354254. 121255

3517 Across, again II N iranman nnnnn br/2 ba house w/ 3 grad students. Great
sometimes 37 location 3.5 ml NW of UF avail. Jan. 1 Woodgate. Manor.n/s/ rmmt needed lor
39 Presently A B 0 P L A 1 Bedroom apt in Victorian Home. two $170/mo' 1/4 util Call 335.0982 or spring-own room' close' mall' covered
John 38 Cure
task rancinn.nnnn nnnn firep aces. private kitchen, & bath hard John @ 3920515 parking, $150mo* / 332-6559 ask I
Jane 42 Takes to nnnnn.nnnn.nnnn I wood floors & private yard. Avl.Jan 1st, **Oakbrook Walk**. F rm nneded to lor Chris 121255
40 Attila army $280 month 371'.3292. 121444 take lease.fully furnished w/d kitchen

41 In good time 12/11/90/ pool.security.5 mm walk to UF.Call Kelly SUBLET.save steps & bucks $$1! 1 bdr.

42 Sidekick 3 14 [ 118 111 IU. 11; Sublease large 1bd/1ba Piccadilly Apt 3366270 121265 lurn apt $290/mo, normally $30S/mo
.43 Premarital Jan.July. $320/mo./ 335.5614. 12.14-4.4 summer reduced 5 mm, to UF (Tigert)
status 14 III M/F to sublet my room in Hawuan Village 3787810 Keep calling or Iv. mssg 12 ,
Darcy 375-6963. 12.11.55 .
45 Certain surfer
AVAILABLE 2br/1ba apartment nice,
47 Family member 11 clean, & comfortable, close to UF, Call N/S rmmt needed lor Spring Summer to M/F/ roommate wanted lor spring for own
master bdr In 4bdr/3ba townhouse in Oak
48 Invigorating II 374 8021 or 376 8127. 12754 share 2 brit/ ba turn .pll 1 ml from campus Forest Apts Fireplace' $210/mo. Call
49 Kind of bonsai al $I 90/mo. 1/2 utility. Available now. 3359688 12.14.75Classifieds.
54 Newlyweds Call Kiel at 375.6741
2 br, near UF, modern, quiet large
57 S. African fox kitchen screened porch, laundry hookup .
needed lor bdr/ba, in .
F/M roommate own
58 Matinee
on 2nd floor $335/mo. call Terry 338
59 Red dye 5680 leave message THE LAURELS. $235/mo. + 1/4 util Continued on next pagelyOeyfelStarascky .
II Call 338.1063. 12.11.S.5
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N/S neck\ vegetarian lor own room in Roommate neededl I F for own room ft Manor for Spring adt security ns/f needed for own room in nice 3br house r roommate needed lor Spring. Own
huge house across from O-Domo. Call bath In beautifully decorated 3bd/3ba In to share 2 bedroom own bedroom ft bath 2blkt from UF football field. Call 338- bdrm own bath. $215/mth,1/2ulll. Near
welcome $185/mo 1/4/ util. 3776298Ivemsge Reflections on Tower Road, 178/mo call rent $250 + 1/2 utility Call Lisa 373- 11791 Iv met 12-14-5-5 UF A SFCC. Nice student ar... Call Lisa 3321642. 12-14-5-5 7504. 12-11-5-5 377-2400 & Iv mag. 12-14-4-5
F or M-nt needed to live w/2 girls in
Oxlord Manor Paradise: N/S. M/F Need Fem roommate to share a 2br apt Need M/F n/s GREENLEAF quiet living. 3bd/2ba. 1 block Irom campus. $207/mo San or Grad M/F lor own bed/ba In nice 2
needed 4 2/2 apartment wleather furniture dote to UF; nice ft modern, porch. Nonsmoker Washer/dryer. $180/mo./ + 1/3 util. Ask 1/3 utilities Free H2O. huge room ft story 4/2 house 1/2 mile from campua.
all top of the line. W/D/ Mutt .... fairly neat, l75/mo+1/2 util call lor Adam or Travis. Call 3381134. 12- closet. Call 371-3949 12-14-5-5 Fully turn axpi rm. $17Smo +1/4 uiil. Call
$260-Rob 377.5474. 12-13-5-5 336-5280. 12-14-5-5 148.5 Denise 372.7871, 121445F
N/S M to share 2 8drm/1ba $198 + 1/2
F needed to share 2 bd/1 ba duplex In SW ** Serious F nil pref grad atu lor own Male roommate for 4 bdr/2/ ba house. util. 5 mm to SFCC; Mall 372-3962 Anytime N/S-aublaaia/ )In Oakbrook Walk' Fully
area, Mature, serious ttudent. Avail Jan room In 2 br/1 bath apt. Spring thru sum Less than 1 mile to UF. A/C, new 378-2405 M.F ask lor Mark. 12-14- : ;; with/dry, maid. Walk to UF
1. No lease. $100 deposit. $180moCall mer. $192/mo' + 1/2 util. 375-5837 12. wash/dry. $212.SO/mo 1/4 util. Call 5.5 and Shandi. $2lO/mo *'1/4util. Call Stacl
335-9622 or 3787464. 12-14-8-5 14-5-5 3788316. 12-11-5-5 3728005. 12-14-4-5
f/ns needed to share Ig matr bd/ba In
HOMESTEAD. M, n/a for own room In ROOMATE NEEDEDI! F N/S lor own roomIn f n/t to share 2 br/1 1/2 bath house, nicely furnished Oak Forest apt. Prefer lam student: own br In a 3br/2bh
furnished 2 bdr/1 ba $200 + 1/2 util. 2br Duplex $147mo12 util. Call cable wsh/dry alarm porch fireplace, utilities $133.50/mo+1/4util. Available Jan.1 336- country home. 1351/3 ut. Honai/amall
C.1I335.5054. 12-14-6-5 336-7315 12-14-5-5 Included $235 mo Call Theresa at 4555. 12-14-5-5 dog ok. Near SFCC. Will neg rant for right
3323847. 12-11-5-5 person In exchange lor Infant cara. 462-
F N/S lor spring. Own room. $130/mo, + Mature female n/a to share clean, furnished F needed for Jan-Apr in Towne Pare. 0174. 12-14-4-5
1/4 mil Call Amy 336-1360. 2bdr/i 1/2ba townhouse in nice SPYGLASS- bd/2 ba w/d M nil lor Own room in 3bdr apt. $160 month 1/3
NW area. $225/mo + 1/2util. Availablenow Spring, COOL PLACE Call Steve or Rick util Call 3352783. Leave message. 12- M nil relatively serious student in Spring
Liberal F/M for own room In nice H. Vllg or next semester 3733432. 12-14- 3355358. 145.5 (Jan 1)) lor own room/bath in vary qUill
apt. $1117Imo. 1/2 util. Desire eclectic 4.5 Cypress Point townhol.\\". All amenities
responsible sort wsense of humor, 0 female' lor 3bdr/3ba. F n/s for own room (unfurnished) In nice Incl waah/dry & cabla. 1/3util. $250/mo.
smokers OK. no P'". 375-2282 Iv msg Roommate wanted! nil to share 3bdr/2ba Own bedroom + ba $250/mo/ .l/3utll. Call (furnished) NW apt. W/D. $176.50. Kant 335-3375. 12-14-4-5
12-13-5-5 house near Oaka Mall. Own bdr & ba. Karri 3366393. 12-14-7-5 l/2utll. Call Connie 378.8512.1..v. met-
$200/mo + 1/2util. Call Jin Xiong at 3922676 sage. 12-14-5-5 WANTED Reasonably neat and studious
F rmmt needed for spring Dec rent free. or 3364571. Roommate needed-non-tmoking female.' own BR & bath @ Caaablanea W.
2 lkilO Shandl. $242.50Imo. 1/2 util. 3bdrm 2bath Regency Oaks, Call Marcy Own rooml! Only 135/mo 1/4/ util. Call $265+1/2 uiil. For Jan II I Call 33S-0108
336-3833 or 371-4231 12-14-6-5 N/S F roommate needed to share fully 336-6888. 12-14-16-5 now 3738329. Alto Moped, Needs work. lv Mg.
furnished apt. $150/mo + l/2utilitias. $50 Obo. 373-8329
THE LARUELS-F NSown ..d.roomlbathroom. Own room no pets. Please call 332-6879. For Spring-own bdr/baln 2bdr/2ba, nicely
, / washer/dryer dining and furnished apt. Nighttime security & alarm GREAT LOCATION across from
living room $$294/mo 1/2 util. Call system. Call now 332-9315. 12-14-7-5 O'Dome. M N/S serious student preferred of roommates at your llngartlpi. Wa can
Roommate wanted: sublease own room find that ideal
336-9636. 12-14-6-5 lor own room in 3bd/lba houte. help you roommate. FAST
lor $200mo futilities at Fredncks Apt Mill Run Condoa, m/f, own bdrm only 1.5 and/or Spring. Gator Rental Finders *UF Plata 3388349. -
summer. Fireplace, furnished
Complex. Call 371-3997-leave ml to wash/dry, cable, phone, all 12-14-4-5
POLOS- N/S, need Immed., own master message. campus central' heat and air. $200/mo 1/3utll.
bdr/ba, washer/dryer security system. Available Jan 1 1. 12-13-3-5 the goodies, only $225 + 1/2 utlls. .Kurt 376-5356. 12-14-4-5 +
Lots ol extras, $255 + 1/3 util: Call 338.3932. 12-12-3-5 Urgantl! Leaving Gamaavilla. Must -
Napier Oaks: need ns/m for own bdbathIn /
t 3355846. 12-14-6-5 lea In Oakbrook Walk. No deposits -'
M/F/ N/S needed for 2bdr/2ba apt In sw space
brand 2 bd/bath Completelyfurnished
new apt.
Roommate to share 4 bdr/2 ba house
area. Pool, laundry cable or move In com. Rent
: only $230/mo.
washer/dryer, security tyt.
Female' Roommate Needed. Walking distance to UF. wash/dry central Call 376-4186 and leave S2iOnegonable( ) to share modern apt
Greenwich Green 3 bdr. 2 1/2 ba. $230/mo. Util. inc. Leave menage 335- heat/ac woodlloora studies... $180 14.4.5 message. 12- 3782234. 121335I ,
1/3/ rent 1/3 util. 1283. 12-11-5-5 1/4 util 3722013.
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TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk 28" Sanyo colour TV, armchair sofa, Get engaged for X-mas. 1/4K diamond 1981 Datton 200SX power window,
drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisten. table, queen mattress, lamp, and much bridal set. Receipt says worth $1200, will sunroof, good condition, $2000 Call 332- *SUNBELT MOVING*
Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 more. Everything 6mo. old. Cell 373-3500 tell for $200 obo. Call Lonn 3352855. 3945, Iv mess. 12-14-6-9 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
yrs. Perfect (for small typesetting job*. .v*. weekend. 12-12-5-6 12.I 2.2.8 1- ItemHouse lull. Local/Lng diet.
Good machine for small type shop. Sys- 1986 Mitsubishi Montero 4x4-5-speed Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375-
tern Includes 3 rolls 8 In. RC Him & 6 font 1 year old blue couch coffee & end table Teac cd player, Sony cd w/remote 37k miles silver sun roof, stereo, excellent MOVE. 12-14-76-11
duki. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at $300; super-single HZObed, dresser set $100ea Realistic turntable $30. Kenwood condition. $6800. 374-9814. 12-
373-0928 for more Info. $250; table & chair $50. Robin 375- tuner $25, B/Wtv $30 Trampoline 13-5-9 AAA STORAGE
6970. 12-12-5-6 $30 338-0108 Iv msig. 12-14-4-6 Close to UF, Convenient4X4X4
*** WINGBACK CHAIRS matching 1983 Nissan Stanza. 4 dr, a/c, am/fm/ $15/mo/
ottoman Very comfortable! Sturdy construction MUST SELLI Wall unit $45 and gas grill BIKE for sale. 10 speed peugeot. Good stereo, auto pwr steer window full option 4x8x8 $30/mo
gold upholitery. Mutt seal! Set $40. Call Kerrl 336-6393. 12-14-7-6 condition. Deck & other furniture.. Call second owner excellent cond. 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
ol 2 $125. 375.3210 before 10 p.m. 3755807. 12-13-3-6 $2650 Jim 3772608. 12-11-3-9 12-14-78-11 Couch, glasstop coffee table, end table,
desk bureau, single lamp & 2 matching Loveseat $40 good condition. Call Elizabeth '83 Cellca GT. AC, PS, PB. PW, PM, *FREE*
06096 NINTENDO 00000 lamps. All In good condition-good prices at 336-0925. 12.I 3.4.8 am/fm cass EFI, blue w/ tinted windows. Pregnancy Test
Game let ml 8 game cartridge all negotiable. Call 3748984. 12-14-7-6 Call Jeremy at 3348788.. $3000. 12-14- Gainesville Women's

Perfect condition! Only $150 Mangavox Video-writer word processor, 6-9 HEALTH CENTER
375.3210 before 10pm leave message, Like n.wl! Welder weight bench w/leg ext Great for papers extra ribbons and disks, 720 NW 23rd Avenue
12133.8 straight bar dumbells. UOIbs, cast iron incl. $200 OBO call Zack at 3721987. Hcnda 1987 CRX SI, S-speed MUST 377-5055
weights. $180 obo 378-4712. 12-12-5-6 12-12-5-6 SELL, Christmas red, sunroof a/c. fog ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more lights am/fm cassette more. $6300 or BIRTH CONTROL
brand are all at our New Location! Car 4-sale" : queen seml-waveles waterbed, 2 ticket: Detroit-Gainesville roundtnp. offer. Call 373-9975. 12-14-5-9 Gynecology Services
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2013. 12-12-4-6 good shape Inside and out clean and $COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships

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We Beat All Price 3733754. 12-14-76- tion. 830.5 M-F, near Alley Katz In SW 1978 Opel Sports Coupe
6 Ind. Park. Silkmasters 4405 SW 35 Ter. Runs well good commuter 7 REAL ESTATEHome $700 or best ollerC.1I378.5828. BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS

ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: 12-14-4-9
Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, Scubapro dive gear like new BC regulator -., for tale? Land for sale? Buyers' I
Crunch, Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar elect. SPG, much more 1/2 price. Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell '81 Mercury Cougar. Automatic V8. 1233 NW 10th Ave. I
125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6 373.2841,338.4647 after' 6. 12-14-6-6 your property pas you byl! Alligator Classifieds Good transportation. Only asking $400. 372.1664
offers you the cheapest way to Call 334-7452 (Rick). 12-14-4-9 MC/VISA/lnsurance/
Natural Art surfboard 6'2 gentle owner, keep your real estate In the public eye. Free Pregnancy Test
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722 S. Main *) The Red Bldg Gatorbackt $400. Call 3775474.. 12- the market for as little as lour dollar a Alpine stereo system. Great condition, National Abortion Federation
WE ARE CHEAPER 13-5-6 day? To make It even easier you can lots of extras, must seal $5500 obo 371-
place your ad over the phone; all you 8394. 12-14-4-9
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obo also Yamaha amp ft tuner w/ prog 373-FIND today to place your ad. '84 Chev Cavalier w/86 engine, ps. pb. Scholarship information services
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demo. Call 336-9193 Ilud.nllv. mes- UF/AGH with 3 nice offices, parking, 0106. 12-14-4-9 12-14-12-11
sage. 12-14-37-6 BRA for Prelude or SI $75, TRS 80 pocket $750 per/mo. 3782016. 12-14-6-7
computer ft access. $100, Sentrex word Incredibly fun black convertible Volksw NAILS BY VONDELL
MICRO/CENTER Computer 376-1146 processor $150. Call 372.2568 after' 5 Beetle-great condition. Asking $4000- 3131 NW 13 St. 3771763Full ,
Editor' choice Hewlett Packard pm. 12-14-5-6 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED $5000 but will negotiate. Adam-378- sets $18, Fills $13 Hot oil i I
Northgat M/C Price lower than 9187. Manicures Pedicures Limited Time, Only
mailorder. System below Include 1mb, One way ticket from G'ville to Denver, '87 Trac Olympic Less than 12147.11
40mb ((28m) Harddilk, graphics monitor. Colorado. D.porI12/23. $100374-1283 6,000 miles. Ideal lor campus, travel. Must Sell 83 Renault Alliance Blue
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086, (voice pager) or 372.3428. 12-13-5-6 Graduating must sell $290. Call Paul Asking $1,200-Negll! Call 3749232. PI* TYPING
Northgat 386/20- $2499. leading Edge 338.1170. 12-11-5-8 Lv* Mesg. 12-12-5-9
386* laptop w/40 M8 hd & battery- Must Sell 210 Ib weight set 125 obo.
$1995.1 ft 2 year warranties. Onsite war Weight bench 75 and JVW boom box 75. 88 Isuzu pickup sp, bdlmer. Tinted windows SERVICES
ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer. $185. all neg. call Jeremy 3775905. 9 AUTOSORANGE a/c, am/fm stereo, new brakes.
HP LaserJet lip- $987. 3743 W. University Exc. cond. Must sell $5900. 334-8865 TYPing reports business legal *
Av. Snow skis Olin racing comp SL170cm, AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 12-12-5-9 resumes cassettes transcribed applications
boot 8-9 Tyrolia 470 bindings, poles, RATES low payment, fast drive- letter notary *etc. Available
O'Neil wetsuit (L) like new $100. Elec. good condition $150 obo call W.J. 377- thru service, se habla ElpanoI377.2277. 80 Mazda QIC, 4speed, 2door .ic, amfm 24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 12-14-76-
guitar paid $300 will sac $125. Also 4484 Leave message. 12-14-3-6 377CARS. WE CARE. 121417.9 new tires, runs great, moving out of town, 12
acoustic $35 Roman chair titup mach. must tell. $950neg. 3780800. 12-12-5-9
Call 332-6323. 12-30-2-6 MODERN BLACK FURNITURE. leatherlike 75 Old Omga-4dr, straight 6 cyl w air, MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full
couch & big chair $575 obo 336-1113.I I I new paint, tires, tint see to appreciate, 82 Toyota Supra. 5 sp.. sunroof stereo & self service computing. Open until
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everything In excellent condition $5200 or best. Call 466-3386 and leave Resumes $8 Self service resume *
must hear all lor $550 or Negotiable 336- Bedroom turn w/ queen mattress; great 1986 FIERO SE, black sunroof, 56,000 msg. $2.SO/hr .15/page. Laser typeset
6576. 121156SAILBOAT condition white formica; dresser mirror original miles. In perfect condition. graphics spell check theses papers
ft headboard 15 drawers. Call 336-6005. $3700. Must ..II.bill offer. Call 377- special character employment
10 WANTEDLocal
: Alberg design 25 ft. diesel 12-14-5-6 5528. 12-14-11-9 database mailmerge training WordPerfect
sloop. Fully equipped 1985. Book value specialist. Visa/MC.
$30.000 Will consider offers. 462-3211 I CUSTOM COMPUTERS CHEVY CITATION 1982. auto maroon 4 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
or 3924646. 12-12-6-6 288.12 monitor + 43 meg hard drive door $800 as is For more info, 376-4746. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine Typing & Wordproc.ng-L'lIal., theses
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EVERYTHING MUST GO Couchlikenew HD 1750. 332.8333. & reliable service. Call Nancy
$375 Coffee table $30 Large desk '82 Honda Civic: 4 dr, new motor, X-Mas home. Former UF staffer seeks 3722750.
$80 Call 335.6843 12.I 1.4.8 Mountain Bike 20" Diamond Back Apex brakes tires and A/C. Tint $2300 obo home for self & grown family 7.10 days
with toeclips/farmerjohn 1986model. 371-7481 12-11-5-8 over X-Mas. Will pay rent. Call 372-8403 RESUME PROFESSIONALS

Ski for X-MasI' 4 rndtrp fix from Miami to Asking $500/obo. In great shape! Call eves before' 9pm. 392-4198 (days). 12- Laser quality resume service On cam
Denver Iv Dec. 26 rn Jan 2- will sell In 334-9759. 12-14-5-6 CHEVY CAPRICE 1988 One owner. 2 14-9-10 pus pickupdelivery 3758596. 12-14-
tone blue, 50-50 seat, 305 V8.
sets $400 a piece, neg. Call 338-0056. cruise 15-12
12-11-5-6 GRADUATING!! Queensiz waterbed 4- Excellent condition. $8750. Call 372- Going to South Florida for X-mas? I will
SALE with mirrored headboard, heater & 9687. 12-14-8-9 pay $$ If you will haul my sofa to Gainesville
$1 I per page! Spelling checked next day
One way ticket-Gainesville to NYC / LsG- aide bumpers. $120.obo. Call 3354072. for me on your way back. Call 335- service for most orders. Call Linda at 1986 Isuzu (mark 4 door 5 speed air 1419. 12-6-5-10
uardia. $150 Leave
very neg. message stereo $1600.00 338.5871 12-13-11-12
334.8834. 12.1-5.8
FURNITURE SALE! Must sell. Dresser 1978 Prsh 924 4 speed air sunroof 11 SERVICES TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA. FAST
Plane ticket-roundtrlp-nonstop from Orlando desk shelves + refrigerator.' Good Condi 2100.00 462-2381 days 375-1790,. ACCURATE CALL

to Chicago leevlng-Dec 19, return- tion. Price Negotiable. Call 3352447. 12-11-5-9 NW Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave 376.4854

Ing-Dec 31. Only $188.00 obo. Call Tony '78 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, a/c/ 2. near Oak Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 12-14-11-12

334.7780. 12-11-4-6 II Plus w/Apple mon.. disk drive, door 8 cylinder good body and engine $20, 10% disc to student 3328917.
FURNITURE coffee Epson LX-S8 printer ft all kinds of software condition must sell!! call evening 334- 12-14-76-11 Thesis, term papers reports legal and
Must sell sofa bed,
medical WP
terminology 5.0 & laser
Call 3351945. 12- 5898.
table, .ndlabl.,wall unit 6 pllc'ormic.' pkga. $450. Jerl SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? printer. Call 378-2034 or 376-8521. 12-
bedroom tet. Everything in great condi 13-3-6 Get confidential testing and treatment at 14-10-12
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Solid oak sofa $50 dining table $20 papa- (later, excellent condition, $175. Call 5.1-FREE spellcheck ft cover page-HP
$1500 o.b.o. Call 336-3858 Iv
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14-78-12 block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15 unwanted facial & body hair 374.4307.

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76.12 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 372.1228.211 W. Univ Ave.-next to Cen-
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2 3 day lift ticket, 3 day ski rental.
40.12 part-time posItions lor Night Loading
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13 HELP WANTED Steve. JAMAICA 336-7970
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all! Pool
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extra income from your home Full alarm when intruder touches outside
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BUSINESS has been found roaming around S.W,
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ire in a wonderful environment Must Shop Look your best to do your best
Love Kids! For details: Call Arlene 1.8004436428 Mon-Thur 8.6, Fri. 8.5, & Sat 92. Stop
terminals & pc's, buy, sell, FOUND: gold ring In parking lot norths-
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CDCS 818 W Univ 3380378. 12- Happy Holidays. 1800 Gun Inventory ID 12-11-3-20
SUMMER TENNIS / SWIMMERS I tWS\t\ Over 500 handguns In stock
BASEBALL / etc Counselors needed for One way airline ticket from WashingtonDC Buy. Sell, Trade, Repair FOUND "
1/2 PRICE on full sets of acrylic & fiber : Pregnant calico cat w/white
top notch child camps in Northeast. Must glass nails and manicures through Dec 21 to Gainesville on Jan 4 only $150 Reloading supplies 466.3340 paws. Found near Law School around
love kids! Call Arlene 18004436428. 486.2973 evenings or weekends. 12-14- Harry Beckwith. Gun Dealer
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year warranty
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per Chanukkah-The Festival of Lights
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Lloyd Sport Dial 378-3359
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dream of starting for UFBy

ALEX MARVEZ What motivates Monk and some home games, but only takes 70
Alligator Writer of his teammates is a dream, one players for away contests.
that came true for former UF Monk has yet to dress for an
Every day before football practice greats Louis Oliver and Kerwin away or SEC game, but that has
this fall, Harold Monk wouldsit not deterred him. Monk decidedto
in the UF locker room and Bell.The reverie of finding stardomas walk-on at UF last spring after
spend more time pondering his a walk-on football player. spending a year at Santa Fe Community
day's fate than recalling his playing Most walk-on football players at College recooperatingfrom
time on Florida Field.It UF quit within a few weeks after a knee injury sustained while
was UF equipment manager starting for a bevy of reasons. Frus- playing linebacker at TMI, a postgraduate
Bud Fernandez who indirectly con- tration over a lack of playing timeor university in Tennessee.
trolled Monk's destiny. Fernandez recognition.Too difficult a level TMI allowed Monk to take six
would hand Monk a jersey, and of competition. Restrictions on credit hours a semester, keepinghis
whatever number the shirt had study time and work opportunities.The NCAA eligibility on the Divi-
printed on it would dictate the position few who decide to remainon sion I-level intact,while starting on
Monk would play that day on the team face almost insurmountable a football team that played junior
the Gators' scout team. odds of becoming a varsity squads from major universities
When Monk wore No. 90, he starter, let alone receiving playing such as Tennessee and Geor
would line up at tight end, the gia.Monk
position he originally played when time.They also are treated as regular played two games this
joining the UF squad last spring.Of students and do not receive the season, UF blowouts against Okla-
course back then, he wore No. same benefits UF's scholarship homa State and Akron, and his
80. But usually Monk would be athletes do,like free food and lodg- jersey number ((96)) wasn'tlisted on
called upon to play elsewhere. ing,and first priority for the sched- the team's roster. Monk also was
not selected for the Gators' travel-
During the season, Monk wore uling of classes.
No. 51 and played center the position The only playing time a walk-on ing squad.
But Monk is not discouraged.He .
he earned All-Area honors in usually receives is on UF's scout
while playing at Buchholz High team, the unit that executes the also has no pie-in-the-sky pipe
School in 1986. Toward the end of opposing team's plays in practiceto
the year Monk was given No. 42 help prepare starters for an up- "Right now, I'm not looking for DONALD LEVAN
recognition,"Monk said."I'm lookIng UF freshman Harold Monk wears No. 80 here but as a walk-on
and moved to linebacker where he coming game. For a walk-on, receiving I IThe
now hopes to stick at next season.Monk's a permanent jersey for playing time. It needs to be scout team member Monk dons a different number every day.

exploits though are unknown number or being listed on the done.
to everyone except his team's roster are major accom- This is my shot to" show the first was dressing for a game, Brown, a defensive back, saw
teammates and close acquaintances. plishments. coaches I want to play. followed by making UF's traveling action against UPs first-team of-
There isn't a trace ofMonk's UF is allowed to dress 70 playersfor A difficult goal, but not an ,impossible squad and earning a spot on special fense in spring drills in 1988 while s
name in UFs media guide. Southeastern Conference one. teams. Oliver was injured and Andy New.
Monk's playing time hasn't totalled games, so most of the 30 walkonson Nine UF walk-ons have ad- "You can't put this real high goalup man was suspended. But once Oliver
Gators' roster vanced to the NFL, the most fa- it and Newman returned, Brown
more than five minutes this sea- the 114-player there and expect to get right
son, nor is it projected to get any watch the contest from the sidelines mous of which are Oliver, now away,"Wabbersen said. "You haveto saw his playing time virtually elim-
better during his remaining three in street clothes. UF usually starting at free safety for the Miami set small goals so you can get inated.
years of eligibility. suits up every player for non-SEC Dolphins and Bell, a quarterbackwho some success and keep your con- Instead of quitting over the situ-
served as a graduate assistant fidence up." ation, Brown decided to stay. His
this season while recooperatingfrom Wabbersen, though, admits it only action this season was two
knee surgery. was easy for frustration to set in. plays against Akron and one play
Pat Moorer a linebacker on last "The longer you're out here, the against
year's squad, had several scholarship more you start asking t+tww just wanted to
offers but wanted to play at yourself what the in- prove I wasn't too
I UF. And just three months after he spiration is," slow to play," said
I walked on as a freshman in 1986, Wabbersen said, Brown, the only walkon -
Moorer was given the starting nod "You just have to keep from 1986 to playat
at inside linebacker a positionhe telling yourself you UF this season.
played for four years. can do it. A lot of guysI "You just want some-
Gregg Diamond played in aliI 11 i I know are frustrated. one to take notice.
games as a member of UFs special But I just tell them I'm going to have
teams and received 19 minutes of they have to stick with good memories of the
y playing time at linebacker against people on the team,
Auburn. it."I hear guys say but a bitter taste in
Walk-on running back Brady they're not getting a Diamond my mouth from not:
Ackerman scored a touchdown chance but you. can't being able to play
against Akron, and defensive back think about that when you're a when I felt I was good enough to."
P Jim Franklin played 15 minutes walk-on. You have no control of Monk's chance to impress
against the Zips. anything except how you do. I really coaches begins again in 10 weeks
The only walk-on to earn a schol- do believe, because it workedfor when UF resumes spring practice.
arship last season was senior run- me, that if you come out here The Gators open their week of
ning back Chuck Wabbersen, who every day and bust your butt you'll practice with"Monday Night Football
garnered the honor after UF's get noticed." ," a scrimmage between walk-

spring practice drills. But Kevin Laczko and Mike on and reserve players which gives
"It is a long process, Brown, two of UPs senior walk- coaches the opportunity to scout f
Wabbersen said. "The first thing ons, do not agree completely with players they may have overlooked.
you've got to do is come out and Wabbersen. While both playersare Monk, a major in health and
want to be here. You'vegot
prove you quick to emphasize fond memo human performance, still has the
to work hard every day to try ories of their UF football careers, goal of playing in the NFL But a
and break through.1tLike they believe they were not given a future job as an accountant seemsa
s Monk, Wabbersen didn'tbegin fair shot at earning playing time."I more realistic goal. ,
his walk-on career in 1988 in
the same position he's at now. thought I could play more "If I'm good enough to play, I'd
Wabbersen played quarterback, than I did," said Uczko, a wide love to," Monk said. "But I have to
the same position he played at receiver. "I guess my original get some playing time in first and
Brown University, until being coaches (at UF) didn't feel I had show them what I can do. Until that
switched to running back in the the potential to be a starter, and day comes, I really can't think too
ALLIGATOR PHOT() .spring of 1989.Wabbersen with, the coaching staff always much about it. But I'm definitely
Four-year starter Pat Moorer, a linebacker, came to UF as I I said he kept moti- changing, they didn't see my im- leaving with a"degree. "And I enjoyed *
I walk-on. vated by setting personal goals. provement." playing.



UF receiver Barber makes jump to basketball I

Barber joins Willie Jackson as Gators' two-sport players I

UF football players Terence Bar football team, played basketballlast listed among conference leaders in
ber and Willie Jackson are turningin year. two categories. He is ninth in free-
their cleats for high tops as He played in 21 games,includingfive throw percentage ((80.8)) and ninthin
walk-ons for the UF basketballteam. starts. Jackson averaged 2.9 assists ((3.8 a game).

points a game, Including a career Junior guard Brian Hogan is the
They began practicing with the high 10 against Louisiana State. SEC's sixth-best shooter from
team Monday afternoon, but bas- Kruger also said 6.8 Jason three-point range with 50 percent.
ketball coach Lon Kruger said Bar Bloom is trying out for the team. Hogan is eighth in total threepointfield
ber and Jackson will have to prove He began practicing Monday. goals with 13.

themselves in practice before play Kruger named Junior coach But the team leads the confer
ing in any games. Kruger has been named coachof ence with a 45.6 percent average.

the U.S.:junior world championship The team has been less impres-
-Matt Fogleson team. sive in overall shooting percent

GYM The team will compete in the age. UF is last in the SEC in field
SHORTSBarber Federation of International goal percentage ((46.1)) and ninth in
Basketball's junior world champi- free throw percentage ((63.3)).

a 5-foot-9 senior from onships in Edmonton, Canada, this Slow start

Auburndale who played wide receiver summer. The UF basketball team's 2-4
for the Gators this fall, has The tournament, which is opento record is the team's worst start
never played college basketball.But anybody less than 20 years old, since the 1982-83 season.

Barber said basketball is his is held every four years. That year, the team started the
first love."Basketball. "It's a chance to work with some same and finished 1318.
has always been my really talented players from around
favorite sport," Barber said. "Foot the country," Kruger said Monday."It's Climbing the charts
a good environment." Davis and Chatman are movingup
ball is just a second-nature thing
UFs all-time lists.
for me." Chatman 2nd in rebounding on
Some UF basketball players, Senior forward Livingston Chat Chatman has scored 1,153 career
who played against Barber in high man is second in the Southeastern points, 16th-best in UF his
school, said Barber is good enoughto Conference in rebounds with 8.8 a tory. Davis has 1,107, good for 18thon
play on the collegiate level. game. LSU's Shaquille O'Neal the list.Athletic.
Terence can shoot it real well," leads the conference with 14.8. director Bill Arnsparger
rMICHELE said Hosie Grimsley, a sophomore Chatman's 58.2 field goal percentage helped Chatman and Davis when
guard from Lakeland. "He can han also makes him the SEC's sev he stripped former UF guard Vernon -
dle it real well. I thought all the enth-best shooter. Maxwell of 1,404 points last

while he would try to walk on at O'Neal leads the SEC in scoring, month.
college." rebounding and blocks. Maxwell, who had a sports agent
Senior guard Renaldo Garcia Meanwhile, UF senior center while he was attending UF,was the
also has played against Barber. Dwayne Davis' 17.8 points a gameis school's all-time point leader be-
"He always expressed an inter good for sixth in the conference. fore Arnsparger's decision.
est in trying out," Garcia said. "He he also is second in the SEC with Davis, who is UF's all-time
KATZ ALLIGA10R just never did." 2.7 steals a game and eighth in leader in field goal percentage,also
Senior Renaldo Garcia basketball Terence
guard played against
I Jackson, a 6-0 sophomore who shooting percentage with 57.7. has moved to 11th on the school's
Barber In high school. also played wide receiver for the Senior guard Renaldo Garcia is rebounding list with 758.

. Steroid use may be increasingUnited Sherrill takes 'MSU' J job

United Press International "We try not to let (steroids) be an people are working out and one in- Jackie Sherrill was hired Sunday as the head coach at
option," Kauffman said. "People can creases his bench press by 20 poundsand Mississippi State,, filling;,the void ,created ',when Rocky
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. A survey achieve the same goals naturally." the other doesn't, the first thing Felker resigned as the Bulldogs' coach two'weeks; ago. -
of athletes at five NCAA DivisionI Among men's sports, football reported they'll do is accuse them of cheating."
I schools shows the problem of ana- the highest projected use at Assisting Penn State researchers Sherrill has a 105-42-2 record in 13 seasons as'' a coachat

bolic steroid use in sports may be 203! percent followed were those. from .Kf..;.i/Vti._..;. Washington State Pittsburgh and Texas A&M. Felker:
greater than many thought. by track and field at 20.6 gan State Vanderbilt, ,.compiled a 21-34_ record}In his,five-year tenure at Mississippi '
The Penn State study released percent. A 1989 NCAA West Virginia, UCLA ;; .State.. .*,,#J <* lt" *1.J1. "
Monday also found the level of use study listed use at 9.6 and Ohio State. -' 'selec; ed if.I/;, "
Sherrill 47 Bulldogs fnoin'4niong
Y. was coach
probably has increased during the percent for football and "The majority of foot
) five candidates, including fired coach
; recently Tampa Bay
past four years. 2.3 percent for track ball players and male ;
; Ray Perkins
and former Southern
Charles Yesalis in and field. track athletes stated that ? Mississippi! .
a professor the ollinL'U' *:' 'f: *t" <' t -M-JJ- !,' ,
College of Health and Human Devel- The greatest pro anabolic steroids could :" *, !:, '
n / :
opment, said the projected rate of jected anabolic steroiduse 'greatly enhance' their 1 ,Sherrill resigned in December'of 1988 as coachof Texas
anabolic steroids use in all sports for women's sportswas performance," Yesalis /A&M after an internal Investigation:Three ,month earlier,
surveyed was 14.7 percent for male 16.3 percent for said. "The majority of re- the Aggies were placed on probation by the NCAA for two *
athletes and 5.9 percent for females. track and field. The Affil spondents in most men's .yeardl'for, :'r recruitingviolations?\: ",',but'1Sherrtll':, }was.,/'never I"j *'

The level of projected anabolic ste- NCAA study listed use'Kauffman and women's sports be- j''implicated', .taf. any. wrongdoing by the CAA4y?' %;VH j :;\| $.
at 1.5 percent.In lieved that anabolic ste- '' I '.1. -- ( -::!#'.::!!! "
roid use is significantly greater than ri/;'; / : ; '! >< ,' 1. ;' '
'* roids could at least enhance ihJ i tli;! ff '1.1 I ALEJ( x"M
that reported in 1989. previous surveys, athletes were perfor- ':p'fit.'! J WJ" "/J.f"I:!" ''d 'IMI'j! ,,4J il
Doug Kauffman, UFs strength and asked about their own level of ana- mance."

I conditioning coach, said he was surprised bolic steroid use.This time they were Applying the projected estimatesof 1'tynn' M. 1 [ .r n w MiAS 4 afM'1Nn, yiM
by the findings."It asked to estimate the level of anabolic, steroid use and those from 1989 to !

surprises me to hear that be- steroid use among their competitors. the number of participants in NCAA

cause I feel college students are a lot Yesalis said such a survey method Division I sports causes concern. 9111104 VA"N
*>more educated and are aware of the probably is less threatening since it
safer alternatives Kauffman said. does not require respondents to divulge Yesalis said his research would
information about themselvesor indicate 1,800 to 8,300 Division I male ttpMiK tit
"Students know about the dangers qr 'i
specific teammates., and female athletes of a total of 56,000in
and in not to let
our program we try
10 sports have used anabolic ste-
it be an option." But Kauffman questioned the sci-
entific validity to the testing system."It roids or are believed by their peersto
Kauffman said his staff spends time have used them. -
trying to show athletes there are seems like they got a bunch of
"0-"plenty of positive alternatives to steroid opinions," he said. "There's a lot you Alligator Staff Writer Ron Kasfiriskt
use. don't know about other people. If two contributed. to this report

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