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VOLUME 83, NUMBER THURSDAY., FEBRUARY 1, 1990 .



m Emmitt bids Gators a tearful- goodbyeJ i JI I




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For more on Emmitt Smith's

decision, see page 16. Students split over

By MIKE DAME r

Alligator Staff Writer tailback's decisionDEBBIE

For three collegiate seasons, Emmitt A I _
Smith) ripped through opposing de- CENZIPER

fenses with his elusive running style to Alligator Writer

become the most prolific tailback in UF I
history. But the junior could barely fight lust hours after UF football star I Kmmill Smith an-

through his tears Wednesday morningas nounced his plans to go pro, students say they under-
stand but wish it wasn't true
he bid an emotional farewell to the
Gators and said hello to the NFL"I "He should make the best decision for himself," said

never dreamed that I'd be sitting Jim Hanneman, a senior majoring in finance. "(But) iI'"

here after three years of college football sad to see him"go especially with (Coach Steve) Spur-

saying that I'm going to leave and go to rier coming in.
"
"It sucks, pharmacy major Kevin Hall said. "I'd
the NFL, a tearful Smith said. "Now
there's rather have him stay here, but I'm being !selfish\ <01>i
no more rumors. It's out of my "
mouth. I will not be here next year" course.
Some students said Smith had no choice but to i join<
Smith's announcement ended more
the National Football Draft h
league's April esptvi.ulwith
than six months of speculation that he
possible penalties looming over the team in till'
would leave the Gators for the National
wake of an NCAA investigation."With .
Football league. But the Pensacola native
the disorganization of the athletic
entire pn.(
said he had been struggling with
gram, I think he should leave," said Aldray Scum .1 i
mixed emotions since the 1989 season
microbiology graduate student. "I don't think he!should
ended and did not reach his final decision "
jeopardize his future.
until he talked with family and
friends last weekend. English] sophomore Dana F.iselman agreed i ih.u t !t
smith's career has to come first.
"This was probably one of the hardest
'I 1 think it's good( for him, but bad for the team. ,"
decisions I've ever made as far
as my 1 I-isehnan I said. "He's a great player and he deservti"hance '
life ,is concerned, Smith said. "This university "
at a better career.
here means a lot to me. This team
Rich Myers, a senior majoring in business manage
to than anything in this
means more me
meat said a promising pro-football contract and a large(
world. especially the I in within
guys came
paycheck is well worth leaving college for.
freshman class. leaving these
my 'He should go ahead and make the money," Meis.aid
guys! to me is like leaving home to go 4 "
vy "It's definitely worth it.
away to school or going in the militaryfor ,
But the lure of a professional contract shouldn't pull
the first time. REGGIE GRANT ALLIGATOR
Not even Smith's teammates and Former UF tailback Emmitt Smith wipes a tear from his face after announcingat Smith away from college football or his graduation.
freshman Jennifer said.
a conference that he will forego his senior of eligibility to enter Whipple
coaches knew of his intentions until press year "
"I'm about it said. "He's
really upset Whipple !stupidif
the NFL Draft. Smith holds 58 school records.
moments before Wednesday's news con
he doesn't finish here. He should finish his education

ference at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. After when I came here, once a Gator, alwaysa gone so far as to say Smith will be the before he goes pro."

Smith entered the stadium's Gator Gator. That's me. It's been wonderful." first running back taken. "It makes a mockery of the system," said< Student
Room, he led about 20 Gator players and
But Smith said he is not entering the Government's Health Cabinet Director Jason l Rosen!
outside the Smith became the fifth leave
Coach Steve Spurrier room junior to
draft because of such projections, but berg. "Did he come here to go to school or to work on
and told them of his decision. the college rank this year to enter April's his ?"
rather because "it's the opportunity of a professional career
The group returned faceless as Smith NFL Draft, and pro scouts have said he lifetime." Smith said Wednesday at a press conference he plansto

wiping tears from his red, swollen will be a certain first-round selection. get his degree by finishing this semester and attend(\
eyes made his way to the podium."I Bobby Beathard,general manager of the "Every guy has a dream to play in the

1 love this university, I'm loyal to this San Diego Chargers and formerly an see Smith page 7
7
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university," Smith said. "Like I said NFL analyst for NBC's "NFL Live," has see page



I SG parties scramble for average students' support I



By JUDY A. PLUNKETT date Juan Vitali said many groups of minor- "I'm sure Hispanic students will vote for candidate.

Staff Writer ity students are backing his campaign, in- him because he is Hispanic," Montes said. That candidate, Kevin Mayeux, said he i is

Alligator cluding blacks, Hispanics, Chinese and BSU President Roxy Oliver could not be leaving the Greeks alone to make their own

Student Government candidates usually Asians."I reached for comment. decisions but added he believes the Vision

spend most of their campaigns gaining the won't apologize nor make ex- While Vitali is gaining minorS party won't have many problems securing

support of fraternity and sorority members. cuses for recruiting minority ity support, Vision party presidential their support.

Bui in an election where the Greeks are students' support," Vitali said. G candidate Michael "The Today party has come out againstthe

being challenged by an almost equally pow lie said the official organiza- Browne says he is struggling to Greeks so many times, I don't think

erful group, both sides are looking for a rare tions representing those students spring elections recruit the votes of UF's 5,100 we're going to have to do too much," May

SG element the average student. won't back him, but students from 1990 Greeks."I eux said.

Every student counts in this race, something black and Hispanic student realized in the last week or Browne is also fighting for a decisive

not usually true for SG elections where groups will form coalitions, suchas so that I'm the underdog," college bloc UF's :3.200 engineering ma<1

the winners are decided long before the "Hispanic Students for Today." Browne said.Browne jors. As a bloc the engineers can make or

ballots are cast. And from hotlines to free Hispanic Student Association President a Phi Kappa Tau fraternity member break an election as they showed in 1988

burgers on the Reitz Union lawn, the presidential Diego Montes said he is forming the group said he does not yet have full Greek when they rallied to place electrical engi

candidates are doing whatever they and will register it with SG this week. Although support. But to get that support, he said he neering major Scooter Willis in the

can to win the votes of students who never the group will have about 40 initial won't resort to making the deals candidates president's office.

before cared about SG. members, he said he believes Vitali will traditionally engineer to appease different Vitali, a nuclear engineering doctoral sin

Those students will help balance out the easily capture the votes of UF's 1,7331Iispa- groups of Greeks. If Browne wanted to play dent, said he has the engineers' support

unusual vote split expected in the electionon nic students because they want more repre- power games, he said he wouldn't have see Votes, page 8

Feb. 14. Today party presidential candi- sentation in SG. chosen a non-Greek as his vice presidential
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I Suspect in Willis murder may face trial as adult I



By MIKE BRUSCELL a grand jury to formally charge the Grabel said the date for the arrested. Jan. 25 at a family member's

Alligator Writer 16-year-old with first-degree murder grand jury hearing will probably be Police believe Albritton shot house, they found a ,25-caliber
,Assistant State Attorney Ralph scheduled by the end of the week. Willis shortly after 2 a.m. on the semi-automatic handgun they believe
Alexander M. Albritton, whom Grabel said. Prosecutors are ask- 1900 block of Northwest First Avenue was used to kill Willis.
Gainesville police arrested and ing to try Albritton as an adult. Paul Jones, one of the three in an attempt to rob Willis Police have not completed teststo
other believe with
charged with the Jan. 17 murderof "We fully intend to go to the men police were and his two friends.Willis was shot determine whether the bullet
Albritton during the murder, is
UF graduate Ronald Worth Willis grand jury on first-degree murder with in the face from an estimated two that killed Willis was fired from
being charged first-degree
was transferred Wednesdayfrom charges," Grabel said. to three feet away and died seven that gun.
murder, Grabel said. Police be-
the juvenile detention centerto hours later at Alachua General
the Alachua Albritton is being held on lieve Jones, 19, punched one of Albritton was a student st A.
County jail. Hospital.
bond Willis' friends before the local school for the
$250,000 ,a jail spokeswomansaid. just mur Quinn Jones, a
State prosecutors are asking for der. The other two have not been When police arrested Albritton emotionally disabled.


Rose to talk about I Igambling




problemReds


By RON KASPRISKE player and manager, compared
to the 6,000 people who lis-
Alligator Writer
tened to former Lt. Col. Oliver

Pete Rose, Major League North speak Nov. 7.

Baseball's all-time hit leader who "But t it still should be a positive

was banned from professional cost-benefit show," Brilliant said.
S B baseball last August for illegal "($11,000)) is a real good deal. Oli-

gambling, will speak to a college ver North had a lot more heat
audience for the first time since his attached to him so it drew more

banishment tonight in the people,but when you think of Rose
O'Connell Center at 8 p.m. you're more curious."

Accent Chairman Richard Bril- Rose is the first sports figure to
liant said because this is Rose's UF since
speak at boxing promoterDon
first speaking engagement since King spoke during Black His-
s August when he appeared on
tory Month in February 1987.
various talk shows including the
"Phil Donahue Show"Accent's Edna Schenkle, an account ex-
office has been swamped with in- ecutive for the Program Corporation -

terview requests from the media. of America, which is handling
Rose's speaking ,
engagements
"We've given credentials to
said the former will prob-
CNN, ESPN,the Sports News Net manager
at several universities
ably speak
work, not to mention the newspa-
pers in Florida,"Brilliant said. "It'sa during the next year.

long list." "This is his first one,but I'm sure
REGGIE GRANT ALLIGATOR
Roof reader Brilliant said Rose will be paid he's going to speak at other colleges

Mark Augspurger, a pre-med student, studies biology on Phi Delta Theta's rooftop $11,000 for the speech and is expected ," Schenkle said.

Sunday Fraternity members Ernst Bell and Wayne Taylor study In the background. to talk about everythingfrom Among Rose's accomplishmentsare
his 11 Major League recordsto the records for hits (4,256)),

admitting he has a gambling games played ((3,562)), and at bats

problem. ((14,053)). Rose was named "Man of

Woman retracts McCoy storyWants Brilliant also said he expects an the Year"by The Sporting News and
audience of 2,000 to 4,000 peopleto "Manager of the Year" by United
listen to the former Cincinnati Press International in 1985.
charges dropped against former football player

of McCoy's motives, and because of that his office fined
By DUANE MARSTELLER Today party
will still prosecute."She .
Alligator Writer would prefer that the state not prosecute, butit I IBy

I Although the woman who said suspended UF de- is our intent to pursue the prosecution and hope

fensive tackle Tony McCoy cut and raped her with a the victim will recognize her responsibility to possible for conducting poll
knife two months ago has said she retracted her story future victims," Carlin said. "We feel the actions by

and asked prosecutors to drop charges, Mr. McCoy were very, very serious, and ruling, Goebelbecker said.
an assistant state attorney said Wednes- that they reflect the potential to future M.D. CUMELLA
The Board of Masters, SG's version
day he will still seek a rape conviction victims." Alligator Writer of the Supreme Court, ruled i iand

against McCoy. McCoy, a 6-foot-l, 265-pound junior Student Government elections that election laws prohibit"any action
The woman, a 22-year-old former UF from Orlando,was indefinitely suspendedfrom officials ruled Tuesday the Today in support of a candidate" before
student, wrote a statement dated Jan. the football team for the Nov. 20,
party violated campaign rules by the official start of a campaign.
Johnson, 1989 incident and is not enrolled at UF
25 to McCoy's lawyer,Huntley polling students two The campaign officially
saying she has retracted her story and this semester. He faces one count of sex
weeks before election started Jan. 24 16
that no crime happened. She also criticized ual battery, two counts of aggravated bat rules allow. days after Today began

the State Attorney's Office for tery, and one count each of aggravated The Elections Com- SG distributing the survey.

wanting to prosecute McCoy.In assault and simple battery, Carlin said. mission fined Today Today party chairmanTy
her statement,the woman said she McCoy entered a written plea of not $50 for distributing surveys I spring elections Adams said the survey
notarized letter of retraction to at his last week and
sent a guilty arraignment to students leave 1990 wasn't meant to be
the State Attorney's Office and that its McCoy could face life in prison for the sexual ing drop-add lines at campaigning, just fact
insistence i on prosecution is "an outrageous act of battery charge.Carlin said his office is still gathering the Florida Gym Jan. 8. Catherine.
prejudice against Tony McCoy." She also wrote a evidence and expects McCoy to stand trial in April. taking credit for the poll later.

five-page letter of retraction to Johnson. The woman, who shared a married housing apart The surveys asked students for "We wanted to know what the

Johnson said Wednesday he would not release that ment with McCoy in Tanglewood Manor, was found their reactions to 17 different Is- students wanted" before we wrote
letter,but said"it is complete as far as I'm concerned." naked and crouching behind a newspaper rack by UF sues, but didn't identify which the platform, Adams said.

He also criticized Chief Assistant State Attorney John police shortly after 1 am. Nov. 20. party or candidate was conductingthe
Adams said he is about
Carlin for following the case. said had small her poll. angry
cuts
The woman, who police on the large fine,but understood why
"I'm very disappointed and displeased with the arms, hand and leg, told officers McCoy had cut her Elections commissioner Eric the commission made the deci-
posturing the state is taking,"Johnson said. "I'm very with a knife, penetrated her vagina with the knife Goebelbecker said the survey violated sion.
confident the charges will be dropped, and, in the handle,scraped the blade across her chest and forced election rules because Today

ridiculous event the case goes to trial,he will be found her to perform oral sex before she escaped. party platform fliers distributedlast The commission said they were

not guilty."" Police arrested McCoy,20,later that afternoon and week referred to the survey. trying to level the playing field

But Carlin said her story of the event has been charged him with sexual battery and aggravated The commission based its decisionon between the two parties," Adams

consistent throughout, except for her interpretation battery. He was released on $25,000 bond Nov. 23. an earlier Board of Masters said.I .



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nesday they will retry former McMartin Pre-school "There are a lot of people sitting in agony,"he said.
teacher Raymond Buckey on charges that were not "We should do it quickly to end the turmoil this case Diana J. Shamis, BS, CO, COMT
resolved when he was acquitted of 40 child molestation has brought. Asst. Program Director
charges in the longest, most costly criminal trial in Prior to the prosecution's announcement, defense University of Florida Center
U.S. history. lawyers filed a motion to remove Pounders from the Eye
District Attorney Ira Reiner made the decision to new trial on grounds he is biased against the defense. 392-3111
retry Buckey on 13 counts that jurors deadlocked on Pounders denied it and said he would file a response.
two weeks ago. Rubin said prosecutors have commitments from
"Our present intention is to go forward on all 13 most of the five children and their families that they ---
counts," Deputy District Attorney Lael Rubin told will testify at the new trial. She said she has a "firm,
Judge William Pounders. definite"commitment that one of the children who did
Jurors on Jan. 18 acquitted Buckey,31,of 40 countsof not testify at the first trial will testify at the second
child molestation,and his mother, Peggy McMartin trial.The
Buckey, 63, of 12 counts. County Auditor's Office estimated that the first ILICY
Pounders said he agreed with the decision to retry trial cost taxpayers between $13.2 million and $13.4 + wFebruary
the one count of conspiracy and 12 counts of child million. It lasted nearly three years, the longest and
molestation involving the alleged molestation of five costliest criminal trial in U.S. history.
children. Buckey has been free without bail since the acquit-
"(The) decision is most appropriate," he said. "I tals. He spent nearly five years in County Jail following
concur with it." his arrest in March 1984. Last February,he posted $3
Pounders also urged both sides to work for a speedy million in bail to gain his release.


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firm that less than half of those enrolled in Florida's Don Winstead, HRS assistant secretary for
welfare-to-work program have secured steady employ- economic services, admitted that his success rate
ment, while thousands of others never got help, a excludes clients who could not be located by HRS_
published report said Wednesday.The 38 percent of those who got jobs. He said many of
$25 million Project Independence program has those could not be reached because they were at work.
been touted by officials as a success in moving families The Florida program came under fire last week
from welfare rolls by providing job training,educationand when several legislators criticized HRS for awardinga
child-care services. New York research firm a $2.4 million no-bid con
But records show that only 3,411, or 49 percent, of tract to study the program.In .
the 6,895 people placed in jobs statewide between July the study, 5,500 poor Floridians selected as a
and September were known to be employed a month "control group" would be denied Project Inde-
later, the Sun-Sentinel said. pendence benefits for three years.
In Broward County, 64 percent of clients were The study was to start in the spring, but after
known to be employed after 30 days,and in the district receiving several complaints, HRS placed it on hold
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placements could be confirmed. Legislature.HRS .
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UF students may wish to consider getting a measles vaccination now at Student Health
Service or at the Alachua County Health Department because of recent outbreaks of
the disease in Florida. Cases of rubeola, commonly referred to as the red measles, have TODAY
been reported at Florida State University and at Florida A&M University. Even though ECONOMICS LECTURE, "The Political
no cases have been reported at UF or in Alachua County, Student Health Service Director and Economic Implications of the East
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services, 355 Dr. Boyd Kellett says that students may wish to get the vaccine, available for studentsat Asian Economic Expansion," by Tampa at-
Tljel Hall,and paid for at usual advertising rates to com Student Health Service for $28. torney John Central and Col. Robert Payne,
munlcate official notices and Important Information to To determine if vaccination is needed, Dr. Kellett offers these guidelines: If you were director of Florida's Japan-America i
students,(faculty and stall Call 392-0188 for Information Society, 12:45: 346-347 Reitz Student
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born before 1957, most likely you had rubeola as a child and now have a natural im- p.m.
munity to the disease. However, you may want to consult your physician if you area Union.
"high nsk" individual-suffering from heart disease, kidney disease or immuno- ENTOMOLOGY LECTURE, "Detoxication -
Applications Due suppressive disease. If born after 1957 and you have received an MMR(measles, mumps, "Mechanisms in Phytophagous In-
rubella) vaccination and a booster after Jan. 1, 1980, then you do not need to be re- sects, by UF entomology professor SimonYu
For UF vaccinated. If you were born after 1957 and have not been vaccinated or have been vac- 3:30pm., 1151 McCarty Hall.
Women'sClub cinated only once, re-vaccination is recommended. FORESTRY SEMINAR, "Managing the
Rubeola itself is not as serious as rubella, commonly referred to as the German measles Forests of New England: Cosmopolitan
ScholarshipsStudents and dangerous to pregnant women. Rubeola's symptoms are often more intense and Owners in a Rural Setting," by T.J. McEvoy
uncomfortable. Severe cases of rubeola can develop into pneumonia and encephalitis, University of Vfermont associate professor of
can apply now for six scholar- an often fatal disease. ., Newins-Ziegler Hall.
ships offered each year by the University! Rubeola symptoms include coughing, sneezing and high fever followed by a rash 3 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SEMI-
Women's Club, in association with UF s or 4 days after the fever begins. Measles sufferers may also have red, watery, light- NAR, "Adsorption of Amphiphilic Polymers -
Office for Student Services. sensitive eyes, as well as white spots in the mouth. The disease is highly communicableand on Solid Surfaces," by University of
The scholarships available are for two is most often spread by coughing and sneezing. Minnesota chemical engineering professor
junior women, one outstanding senior woman Treatment of the disease includes treatment of the symptoms, bed rest, non-aspirin M. Tirrell, 4 p.m., 237 Chemical Engineering -
one outstanding upper division wo- and plenty of fluids. Individuals are most contagious just before fever Building.
man, one outstanding male or disabled begins and generally not contagious 5 days after onset of the rash. Symptoms of the STUDY IN MEXICO information ses-
ior or senior and one outstanding disease usually manifest themselves approximately 9 to 11 days after exposure. sion, led by Allan Burns, UF anthropology
female student. There are more than 100 reported cases of rubeola in Tallahassee, where FSU and associate professor and foreign study
The Rita O'Connell FAMU are located. Because student populations are mobile, Dr. Kellett recommendsthat academic advisor, 4 p.m., 342 Dauer Half.
will go to the female undergraduate or UF students who have not received two MMR inoculations consider vaccinationas SUMMER STUDY IN BRAZIL informa-
graduate student who has achieved tion session, led by Randal Johnson,
suc- a precaution. The MMR vaccination is already being given at FSU. Beginning Mon-
cess, despite a physical or mental disability day, Shands Hospital will vaccinate all faculty, employees and students who have pa- associate chairman of UF romance lang-
and who has demonstrated inspirational tient contact. uages department and foreign study aca-
character and spirit. The amount of the "If a measles outbreak occurs at UF we are prepared to undertake large-scale immunization demic LECTURE, 207 Little Hall
award will be no less than$1,000.The other if needed; said Dr. Kellett. BOTANY "Control of Ion
five scholarships are$500 each, and criteria The MMR vaccine is available at the Student Health Service, and an appointmentis Fluxes During Stomatal Opening and
include a minimum grade point average of not required to receive the vaccination. Call the Student Health Service, which is Closing by reader E.A.C. MacRobbie,
3.6 and responsible leadership and serviceto open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays and noon to 4 p.m. on weekends, at 392-1161 for more Botany School, Cambridge, England, 4:05:
the University or community. information. The Alachua County Health Department also has the vaccine for$28. Call p.m., 2316 Fifield Hall.
Students can apply or be nominated by 336-2415 for information. RINKER DISTINGUISHED LECTURE
deans or department chairmen, who already SERIES, "The Landscape We Live In," by
have received written requests for Human Resources Division Offers landscape architect and author John
nominations Scholarship applications are Ormsbee Simonds, 5:30: p.m., L-007 Tur-
available at the Office for Student Affairs, Ongoing Employee Training SeminarsThe lington Hall.
129 Tigert Hall. They must be returned to PETE ROSE, former Cincinnati Reds
Student Services, to the attention of Assis- Division of Human Resources is of- process. Lasts about one hour. baseball player and manager, speaks in
tant Dean Mary Carnegie, by February 20. fering ongoing employee training pro- DEPARTMENTAL VISITS-The Special ACCENT Lecture Series, 8 p.m., O'Con-
grams this semester in a variety of subjects. Programs Section of the Division of Hu- nell Center.
Those interested in participating in a ses- man Resources is available to present MUSIC LECTURE, "Music in Florida's
Hispanic Faculty sion should call Joella Seay 392-4626, to set specialized training sessions covering Schools," by Florida Department of Educa-
up training times. Sessions are as follows: general human resources topics or other tion music consultant June Hinckely, 1:55:
Caucus Has First CERTIFIED EMPLOYMENT INTER- topics of interest to a specific department. p.m., 120 Music Building
offered These sessions are tailored to meet the FRIDAY
VIEWER-Ongoing program every needs of each department request. COASTAL ENGINEERING LECTURE,
month. To familiarize inter-
Meeting TodayAll department "
viewers with the State's equal employ- CENTRAL LEAVE RECORD SYS- "Hurricane Hugo, by chairman of UFscoastal
Hispanic faculty and professional ment laws and the University's employ- TEM-For primary and secondary leave engineering department Hsiang
staff are invited to attend the Hispanic ment procedures. REQUIRED: for all administrators, covers attendance and Wang, 12:50: p.m., 501 Weil Hall.
Faculty Caucus' first general organiza- USPS supervisors with interviewing leave policy and the technical aspects of SATURDAY
UF SAIL CLUB INVITATIONAL, 10
tional meeting today at 2 p.m.in rooms the automated leave record-keeping
authority.1.asts about three hours.
Lake north 9 miles
361-362 of the Reitz Union. FACULTY INTERVIEWER TRAINING system. Presented in two separate ses- a.m., Wauburg, park,
south of UF U.S. 441. Call
The Caucus was formed by a groupof -Can be presented at regularly sions, with each session approximatelythree 373-1566 for information.campus on
concerned Hispanic faculty and hours long.SelfDefense.
professional planned special faculty meetings in JAZZ BAND CONCERT in conjunctionwith
leaders to support UPs effortsto each department. To provide insight into Classes Florida Invitational Jazz Festival, 5
increase Hispanic partici laws, statutes and procedures associated 101 Music Building.
dialogue University regarding affairs, increase affirmative University action with the University's USPS employment Start; Open To AllAll p.m., SUNDAY

goals for Hispanic faculty and staff, Air Force ROTC men and women are invited to join MUSEUM LECTURE, "Africans in the
recruit financial aid for Hispanic stu- UF's Isshinryo Karate Club's' self-defense Spanish Caribbean: The People at Fort
dents and maintain a network in sup- classes. Classes meet Monday and Wed- Mose," by visiting assistant professor of
port of Hispanic concerns. Award Deadline NearAir nesday from 4:30: to 6 p.m. in room 1306 history and project historian Jane Landers,
Suggestions and input regarding the Force ROTC is now accepting ap- O'Connell Center and on Friday (at the 2 p.m., Florida Museum of Natural His-
newly formed Quality of Life Task Force plications for a new one-year commission- same time)in the Women's Gym. The club tory Classroom. Call 392-1721 to register.
will also be sought at the meeting. The ing program Students graduatin in May is sponsored by the Recreational Sports FACULTY RECITAL by Janine GabourySly -
task force is studying the quality of life 1991 and majoring in computer informa- Department and funded by Student Gov- French horn, and oboist Leslie Odom,
at UF for Black and Hispanic students. tion science, electrical engineering or nurs- ernment and the College of Health.and accompanied by pianist Nancy Bittner,
the well law students Human Performance. 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium.
Any questions regarding Hispanic ing are eligible, as as
Faculty Caucus anal the meeting can be graduating in May 1991 or 1992. For more information, contact Jeff MONDAY
directed to education professor Geraldo Additional criteria include a 2.5 grade Sheehan at 336-0209. WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES
Gonzalez, 392-0731 point average (law students need good academic standing: only), meeting fitness Management in New Zealand," by UF
Tax Forms Publications standards, passing a qualifying test given ''i:\ News & Information assistant instructor in wildlife biometrics
monthly at van Fleet Hall and being under e. Richard Barker, 3:45: p.m., 112 Newins-
Available In Library WestTax age 25 as of June 30, 1991. UNIVERSITYUPDATE Ziegler Hall.
The one-year ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
forms for filing 1989 Income taxes are tion and fees, books and a$100-per-month U LECTURE, "New Directions for the Corpsof
now available for members of the University "
stipend. Engineers, by Kyle Schilling, U.S.
community to pick up in Library West the application deadline is February 28. WRUF AMWRUF Army Corps of Engineers Office of Policy,
General tax forms, specialized forms and For additional information, contact Capt. AMWRUF Ft. Belvoir, Va., 4:05: p.m., Cl-4 J J. Hillis
tax publications are located in the docu ,Barry Williams, 209 Van Fleet HallQ1'cr M Miller Health Center.
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and you fall fast asleep. You sleep long and comfortably.Relax. .

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You wake up the next morning, stretch and drag your-
self into the bathroom. When you look into the mirror,
you notice your skin has changed to the opposite color.

How does it feel?

That's how the first student services sponsored racial
retreat began last weekend. About 80 UF students half "1
black half white Silver talk about
went to Springs to A
racial tensions on campus. And what it felt like to be
black and white. ( "

Four Alligator reporters went on the retreat but as UF
students, not reporters. They were taught how to listen
and through that, they learned how to understand. v-

Public Relations senior Jace Jackson said it best at the
end of the trip if people would just learn that everyone .
harbors a little bit of ignorance, and that that ignorance LETTERS TO THE EDITORResidents

doesn't imply prejudice, then we could all solve some of must sure they leave the area. If they Soviet not
our problems. refuse to leave the building or goals
return,it is a simple matter to relaya
Today kicks off Black History Month, a time for black keep dorms secure suspicious person or trespass call what they seem

students to celebrate their history and a time for Editor: In my 2 1/2 years as a to UPD. Editor:As we all know,the U.S.S.R.
everyone else to wipe out some of their prejudices and security assistant for the Divisionof This procedure applies to decided to send troops to the
misunderstandings. Especially a time to listen and learn Housing,I have witnessed everything everyone transients, residents Caucasus region. The main objective
about another culture so we can get along with each from noise complaints to from other areas, wanderers", of this military action was to
other. suicide attempts and anything else people "looking for a friend, stop the bloody fighting betweentwo
you can imagine in between. solicitors or TV news crews who republics.
"As black people, we remember black history every knock on doors.
The one type of incident that Keeping this main objective in
day of our lives," said Alexandria Stewart, director of continually seems to recur, however Rob Holland mind,an analysis of the pictures in
Black History Month 1990. "We celebrate our rise above is the issue of residence hall 4JM the news from the Armenian side
oppression (during Black History Month) and the oppor- security. An overwhelming Protesters inspire can reveal some irregularities hap-
majority of the time, incidents of a pening in the region.
tunities we have that we didn't have before. (But) it is
also to educate and promote multicultural awareness" security nature are the result of union membershipEditor First of all, why does the Soviet
students propping doors
,
open army allow Armenians to carry all
Some students say specifying a month for black history leaving their room unlocked or : People have been saying variety of arms and organize their
is racist and segregates the student body. If whites had a loaning out keys. how shocking the white student militant forces against
White History Month, there would be an uprising, they Our agency patrols the outsideof union is. I went to the last meetingand Azerbaijani's if this military inter
residence hall areas from 10 p.m. I was shocked at what I saw.I vention is mainly planned to stop
say.But to 6 a.m., including holidays, I would like to thank the the civil war as claimed, between
American history is white history. That's the way it weekends and even breaks. Unfortunately protesters for helping me make a "mostly the same but religiously
has been written in history books, with maybe a chapter we can't be everywhereat decision as to whether or not to different republics?"
devoted to the civil rights movement of the 1960s and once. Students must take the get involved. I should also mention that
Martin Luther King Jr. primary responsibility for their You see, at the meeting I saw religious distinction somehow is
own personal safety.If and heard protesters, some of always emphasized by the news
How many non-black students know that Cleopatra, we find a door propped open, which included university officials media, which is wrong in my
known as "the most beautiful woman in the world," was we close it. If the door is one that and other adults,acting like infants opinion, because it increases the
black? And more importantly, why is she portrayed as a can not be locked and permits ac- giggling and coughing loudly.I tension on both sides and in the
white woman? cess to a resident floor section or I saw and heard protesters world too. It motivates separation
room, we call Emergency Main- break every possible rule of civilized rather than unification and becomes
Think of Black History Month as education free tenance Personnel and the door is conduct by raising their hand a driving force for the fight
education. The kind everyone wishes they had and the almost always fixed and locked in not to ask a question but to make I always see Armenians on TV,
kind college students should take advantage of. You are less than 45 minutes.If critical or even ridiculous statements practicing with guns and rifles,and
in school to learn. Attend a few events like thisweekend's a resident sees someone about the group.I organizing troops like they're in
knocking on a door,or spots some- I saw !
state-wide all Greek a protester get up from cooperation with the Soviet army
stepshow Friday and one hanging around who looks like his seat unrecognized and yell,"I'm respectto
Saturday nights at 8 in the Florida Gym. Learn about they don't belong there, they gonna educate ya Mark," and its The previously Soviet army mentioned, with object
things different from yourself. Learn about life. should let the person keep knock proceed to cause chaos, giving the tive, needs to collect arms from
ing and call Housing Security at members no choice but to adjourn.I both sides if they really want to
392-2495. If it's before 10 call
p.m. saw and heard founder Mark stop the civil war.
University Police Department at Wright act with
alligator integrity, honor, sincerein
Finally, if Russians are
392-1111. The point is notify some discipline and
Editor professionalism.Yes allow
their objective, they must
one and don't let the in.
Lucy Chabot person ,the things I saw at the white journalists to enter Azerbaijan,and
Finally, I have an answer to student
union meeting were shock of their'
Managing Editor Opinions Editor retrieve a large portion
Lawrence Hollyfield's question
ing. They convinced me that I had from the region as soon as
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton "What would you say if we watcheda no choice but to join the group, if possible.army And the U.s. should stop
Letters Policy man who does not belong" on for no other reason than to protect this discrimination and try to con-
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-bY-10 page). They should be campus penetrate a dorm? its constitutional right to form. vince Russia to solve this problemby
typed, double-spaced and signed They should Include; a typed name address and telephone The unescorted person wouldbe Thank you, protesters. democratic .
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have any questions call asked to leave, escorted out of means.Z.
the editorial page editor at 3764458. Daniel Joel Petri Engln Erkmen
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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1,1990 ALLIGATOR 7

Wool SMITHfrom did. Alabama linebacker Keith McCants became the first
page 1 junior to declare himself eligible for the NFL draft nearlytwo
weeks ago, and Georgia tailback Rodney Hampton
NFL," Smith said. "I'm not going to sit here and give you joined McCants last week.

t, any sob story about my family needing the money,becauseI Smith said that he has spoken to McCants twice since
R I feel that we don't really need it. This is a personal goal the Alabama standout made his announcement, but that
\.: of mine, and I feel this past season has helped me to their talks had no influence on his decision. He also said
increase my stock. the possibility of salary caps for NFL rookies beginning in
t\,\ Smith listed several factors that could have damaged his 1991 had little bearing on his move."I .
I;' stock if he stayed, including the possibilities of injury, not feel like if I'm good enough, I will get paid what I'm
" performing well, a losing season and sanctions from the worth Smith said.
NCAA's ongoing investigation of UFs football and basket- With the fourth pick in the upcoming draft, the Tampa
ball programs.In Bay Buccaneers may have the opportunity to select Smith
.. the 1989 season, Smith established several of his 58 and keep him in the Sunshine State a possibility that
ut records, including most yardage Smith smiles upon.

" in a season with 1,599 yards. "I want to say thanks to the "I feel like if I stay in the state,
Smith said those
accomplishments it would be a plus for the Bucca-
"i combined with his current best running back in the his- neers," Smith said. "I'm not saying
bA;GY good health, made the NFL too
I that they'd be
getting a great playeror
tory of the University of Flor-
tempting to pass up. anything of that nature,but I feel
': "The Heisman Trophy and a ida, Emmitt Smith, for like it could probably increase
championship game are the only
ticket sales, considering that the
things I haven't accomplished everything he has done the 'Emmitt Smith fans'may follow me
Smith said. "I feel like I've done to the stadium.
everything I can possibly do be- past three years. "But I would like to play anywhere

3 sides graduate. Steve Spurrier whoever drafts me. I just
Before deciding to forgo his "
want to play, he said.
senior season_, Smith_ said he UF head football coachplanned And if the NFL decides to battle
to graduate in the spring against juniors entering the draft,
I of 1991. He said he will remain in school this semester and Smith said he is prepared to fight them.

<' plans to enroll at UF next spring, following his first pro "If I have to fight the NFL,, they also have to fight 39
00.t season, as he works toward his degree in therapeutic "
other guys, Smith said. "If they allow people in one sportto
t recreation."I skip their senior year,junior year or what have you,they
hear so many rumors about guys that are flunking out should allow it in football."
) ALLIGATOR PHOTO of school once they decide on the NFL,"Smith said. "I ama Spurrier supported Smith."I .
. Emmitt Smith, the former Gators tailback from Pensa- long way from flunking out of school.
think it's a free country, and I agree 100 percent with
cola, watches the Orange and Blue game In 1987. Smith also dispelled suggestions that Spurrier did littleto what Emmitt said," Spurrier said."The opportunity to earna
REACTION persuade the tailback to stay at UF. living should be there for everyone. If we've got a
from 1 "Coach Spurrier did his best,"Smith said. "He talked to freshman here who has the opportunity to go to the NFL,
page
me and let me know the decision was up to me. He also he should be entitled to go."
UF next spring. made it clear he wanted me here next year and he would Still, such a decision is very difficult to make, and Smith
And the possibility of winning the Heisman Trophy next love to see me in his offense. said if he could forecast the future, he may have remained
year should have been enough to make Smith stay, some Spurrier, who was hired Dec. 31 to replace Galen Hall, with the Gators through his senior season.
said."I. said he fully understands Smith's decision."I "If I was certain what was going to happen to Emmitt
think it was a bad decision,* said political science want to say thanks to the best running back in the Smith next year and if I knew it was great, I would love to
sophomore Rob Taylor. "He could have won the Heisman history of the University of Florida, Emmitt Smith, for stay just to play with my teammates,"Smith said."But that
Trophy next year and made more money in the pros then. everything he has done the past three years,"Spurrier said. is a situation that I have no control over. I don't know what

Alligator Writer Anthony Lederman contributed to this In making his decision, Smith said that before he sealed will happen."It .
, report his plans he wanted to see what other top college juniors was very tough to do what I did.

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VOTESfrom we're not going out of our way," students to vote, Corson said. As
page 1 Nelson said.Former he put it, "We're just too busy" *EDITING/WRITING S 5 OFF
Student Body Treasurer Both Browne and Vitali say they *TYPESETTING/PRINTING re ANY FTiEE WA COPItI WA
John Nelson, president of the Ben- Steve Corson, an industrial engi- hope this election does not turn I I Lima I Coupon Plrr Order PI. M
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said he backs Vitali's ideas and his no evidence in his college of cam- Greeks, but they cannot ignore
campaign,although he hasn't done paigning for either candidate. Cor how closely the numbers run.The ssssssssssssssss/ss rSSssssss7PIBVBW'90"
anything official to show his sup- son, who lost a presidential bid to two main groups backing Vitali,
Ed Scales last year, said he's back- blacks and Hispanics, number
port.The
BECC is an umbrella orga- ing Browne. He added he does not about 3,800 at UF,compared to the
nization that represents the engi- expect the engineers to vote as a 5,100 Greeks Browne is courting.The .
neering college's 33 honorary and bloc for Today or Vision."I candidates said they hope
technical societies, and Nelson don't know what kind of vote students will look at what they '
said he will call a meeting next the engineering students are goingto believe and not what groups they
week of the societies' presidentsand come out with," Corson said. "I 1 have aligned with in the past."I .
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remorse or penchant to repent. those who fought and died for all of us, it will really'

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Revolution in theater is soon to sweep Gainesville

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indelible mark." Years later, while workingwith
By Marti Upton the Acrosstown Repertory Theater, he
According to Gainesville artist Jim Evan- recalled Weiss' play and hoped to transmitits
gelist, "all of Europe has blown up." Evan- fervency to local audiences. When no one
gelist, best known for his local mural appeared to direct, he took the reins him-
paintings, has turned his focus to directing self, relying on his background in set work
a theater, and timing couldn't be better for and management of local shows.
his production of Peter Weiss' Marat-Sade, ilzIgs Evangelist is still casting his production,
a cataclysmic work of social upheaval.First and he has yet to fill the lead parts of Marat
performed in 1965, Marat depictsthe and Sade. He's confident, though, that his
assassination of French incendiary s actors will be the play's dynamic tools.
Jean-Paul Marat. Confides Evangelist, When the show opens in late March, he
"This story speaks to the question of howto ... hopes its effect will be catalytic. Taking his
make a good revolution. Since I began audience to the edge, creating energy and
production, change has run rampant stimulating change are just rewards for the
through our world. Everywhere, the exist- I artist, who believes great gains touch
ing order is.being overthrown.' beyond the individual.
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debut in the '60s, a concurrent revolutionof gelist is hoping to capture a few ears. revolted in the'60s as compared to how it's Evangelist says, and refers to a passage
ideas and doctrine was sweeping society.But At the core of this controversial play liesa changing today. Like Marat, radicals 20 expressed by Marat."The important thingis
says Evangelist, big business dilutedit contrast between the bloody rebelliousness years ago sought change externally. to pull yourself up by your own hair, to
transmuting the message into lucrative of Marat and the introspective Evangelist first saw Marat performed turn yourself inside out, and see the whole
mainstream fashion. Today, we are again philosophy of Sade. Seemingly this coin- shortly after high school, and it left "analligator world with fresh eyes."


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( by Alpha Phi Alpha) February 11.17 Feb. 22 SpeakerCLEO/ FIELDS Holiday Inn Ballroom

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Reitz: Union, 11:00: a.m.
History of Black Americans in the United 8:00: p.m.. .
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CSE A101 n Carlton; Auditorium 1, ';' '. .. __ '.. .. .. :I.. '! ..

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Film Series To Sir with Love ( by Delta Sigma Theta) Black Student Union Officers
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Oratorical IIX'W.; ; "' 'M- ; ;:;ff,::: (sponsored b by Black Students Vice President........................................................Angela Eubanks
contest Feb. 13 RUPC Brown Bag Forum: Andrew Mickel Health Professions Coalition) Secretary....................,.....................................................................Kendra Rice
CSE(sponsored AI0l by Alpha Phi Alpha) North Lawn, 12:30: p.m.. Zeta Phi Beta Jam Treasurer............?............................................................Cherry Celestine

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7:00.: p.m.Amateur. ........................... Katherine Nixon; Nicole Webster
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Forum Americans: Myth vs. Reality Coronation Ball Assistant. Director........................... Erica Dudley
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MONTHS I (sponsored d b by Alpha! Phi Alpha) Feb. 15 Speaker ALEX HALEY Forums. & Conferences Director.................................Velecia Brooks.
University Auditorium Mr. Black Student Union

7:00: p.m.. (sponsored by b ACCENT) Co-Directors ...............................-...............Kcndn Rice; Tess Allen
Stephen C.. O'Connell Center
Solicitations Co-Directors..Vertigo.. ... Moody; Bobby DuBose
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/ JAMES HASKINS at Film Festival ''' ,

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We Cut Heads Carter G. Woodson
Reitz: Union Cinema Delta Sigma Theta's' Peppermint Ball ,

7 and 9:30: p.m. Holiday Inn, 8:00: p.m.. r A Living Legacy
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(Senior sponsored Recreation by History Center Department) (Black sponsored Communicators by Association) of National Black History Month Theme

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Australian supertalent holds dynamic acting and insightful
his own as her supportive hus- human touch, this is consideredone
band. Reitz Friday and Satur- of the greatest films of all
day time. Reitz Sunday
Dad (Not reviewed) Gross Anatomy 1/2/
Ted Danson, Jack Lemmon and Matthew Modine and Christine
Ethan Hawke star in this multi- Lahti are shamelessly wasted in I
generational look at father-son this pointless and grueling look at
relationships. Judging from the life in med school. Royal Park I'
14 ? 11r f& r trailers a few months back, this is starts Friday i
one we wouldn't go near. Royal Harlem Nights '
Park We've known for years Eddie

tw Hatt r Driving Miss Daisy A Murphy is incapable of appearingin
Morgan Freeman and Jessica films any better than abysmal.
Tandy give marvelous performances Now with two new roles behind
in this two-character study ofa the camera as writer and directorof

rich, Jewish Southern woman his latest film, Murphy proveshe
and her black chauffeur. The can't make them either. Plaza
script is too tidy and the directiontoo Heart Condition (Not reviewed)
flat, but they are wonderful. Bob Hoskins plays a bigotedcop
Though it uses a backdrop of who learns that his new
racism to seem important, this is transplanted heart belonged to a
really just an honest, funny lookat black lawyer he once hated. Den-
...... '
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... getting old. Oaks 4 West zel Washington also stars in this

... Drugstore Cowboy * comic fantasy.Royal Park- starts
See review page four. Please Friday
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DAVID JAMES
Flashback 1/2/ cult classic, this satiric black com-
Dennis Hopper's delighted that Kiefer Sutherland took time to read CINEMASCOPE. Carol Kane can hardly believe it. Dennis Hopper and Kiefer edy about teen suicide takes dead-

Ratings based on a four-star scale. sequel delivers unnerving special paralyzed by a war injury. Tom Sutherland star in this sometimes ly shots at high school politics and
Always effects, a script that leaps at light Cruise plays the wounded vet Ron hilarious and somewhat sentimental the price some will pay for
Richard Dreyfuss and Holly speed and the touch of visual Kovlc with unprecedented Inten- look at the '60s. Sutherland popularity. A widelyacclaimedsleeper
Hunter are fine in Steven wizardry we've come to expect sity. Oaks 4 WestA plays a conservative FBI agent es- of 1989, especially notablefor
Spielberg's remake of the hoary from director Robert (Who Framed Cry In the Dark corting a once-famous hero of the its mention in the APPLAUSE
chestnut A Guy Named Joe. But this Roger Rabbit) Zemeckis. Center, Meryl Streep plays the infamous protest movements (Hopper) to Top 10 List. Reitz midnight
romantic drama is too sentimentaland Oaks 6 East Aussie Lindy Chamberlain, accused justice. Oaks 6 East- starts Friday Friday and Saturday
superficial to pack an emo- Born on the Fourth of July * of murdering her baby at an Grand Illusion (Not reviewed) Internal Affairs *
tional wallop. Oaks 4 West Director Oliver Stone's return to Outback campsight, then chalkingit Jean Renoir's hypnotic look at Richard Gere and Andy Garcia
Back to the Future Part II 1/2/ Vietnam takes place mainly in up to a dingo's dinner. It goes war and its effects centers on a have presence, but they can't res-
Though it's no match for the North America, following 20 yearsin without saying that Streep is rivet- group of French prisoners in cue this by-the-books cop thriller
inspired original, this sci-fi/comic the life of a young marine ing, and Sam Neill an unsung World War I. Acclaimed for its whose script involves more ftun-_

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than brain-power Strictly Thursday (members onlytsMI ) puWigrcely acclaimed 1988
routine. Oaks 6 East (Not reviewed) lli hclls the controversial
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and Meryl Streep in two of the accused. Center- starts FridayThe Hippodrome Friday
finest performances of the decade. Second Animation Celebration: through Sunday
The film offers affecting looks at The Movie (Not reviewed) Streets (Not reviewed)
poverty, dependence and self- Compiled from more than 1,500 The guy at the theater assuresus i 11.re
respect, and one of the most pain. entries in the second and third Los this one's about a maniac cop
fully beautiful moments in song Angeles International Animation and a streetwise prostitute. Per
the screen may have ever seen. Celebrations, this is a one-stop fect. Royal Park- starts Friday
Reitz Thursday survey of the funniest, most Tango & Cash (Not reviewed)
The turning Tree (Not reviewed) sophisticated cartoons from If an alien culture ever examined
Cordon Parks helmed this 1969 around the world. Center- select American movies to get >E; I
independent feature about life as showtlmes only an idea of what life in the United
a black youth in Kansas. Recently She-Devil States was like, it would probably
selected by the National Film Meryl Streep takes a disastrousstab be convinced that most people
Registry as one of the first annual at mainstream comedy in this work as cops and are invariably
selections of America's 25 Film lightweight look at love and paired with a partner who is their
Treasures. Reitz Monday revenge. Cinema and Drafthouse polar opposite. Here Is more
The Little MermaId *1/2/ starts Friday proof. Oaks 6 EastTremors
Disney's latest full-length *
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tacle,offering breathtaking anima Though it sparkles with out- people of Perfection, Nevada
tion and superb musical numbers. standing performances from Shirley (population 14 and counting
Oaks 6 East McClaine, Julia Roberts and down) in this comedy-thriller
Look Who's Talking 1/2/ Darryl Hannah,this pointless lookat The script is witty, the monstersare
This blockbuster baby comedystars life in a southern town jumps scary and the budget is just
Klrstle Alley and John radically in tone. Dramedy at its low enough to keep everything
Travolta in a comeback role, and most contrived. Oaks 4 West tacky and fun. A pleasant i.
manages to muster a few laughs Stella (Not reviewed) surprise. Oaks 6 East, Plaza
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duces Penn's throaty, muffled vo- drum machine, the music on creaking-door effect,and stretchesthe LP and "I 1 Love You" from 1986's
cals."Evenfall," which closes the Boomerang is complex and off-beat. "1" in "I 1 want you" for miles. Because We Love' You. He also
album, is more guitarcentered.Only Siouxsie walks through a wide "Strolling Wolf" Is chocked full of wrote "She Loves Me," from the
on "Evenfall\ and "Brave array of emotions with ease. She's no se phrases (Amlalucjan? Some Kind of Wonderful
New World" does Penn's sense of Ing wi t ing 1"e" afiR seva soundtrack.The .
humor sparkle. He even throws in is I Simi I to I In ax 0 Jrnltate! Lilac Time has just released
r one of those fake endings that too u t ees' fk- -pi JledHM. their second album,titled Paradise
often trivialize pop songs. But the tfVett "Pity' ndt' i The afl he s r Circus, which is a mixture of
: big-band horns that follow are isspftrn of acoustic pop songs and love-
apology enough.A Especially on "Pluto Drive," done" to "Morrina," which is almost soaked ballads. The songs sound
short, pretty organ interlude Siouxsie's versatility is unbarred. too beautiful to listen to and suitable for a hayride, but the
briefly interrupts Penn's inspired Her voice is at first low and ends too suddenly. The last of 15 music is good and the lyrics are
work after "Innocent One." Not to sinister, and gradually softens to songs, "Morrina" brings a tasty interesting.On .
be discarded as a mere interruption a higher plea. "Let's go to Pluto," appetizer to an untimely end. one track, "The Girl Who
Michael Penn though, "Disney's A Snow she begs, urgently and persuad- Bring on the main course, Waves at Trains," Duffy sings:
March Cone" presages the excellence of ingly. The trip seems almost pos- please. The streets I left were always wet
Meet Michael Penn, brother of Penn's already promising work sible. BY JEREMY HELLIGAR and gray/To half-imagined westI
evil-tempered Sean, and once his inspiration is left in the Boomerang was recorded In I made my way/To where the ket-
Madonna's former brotherinlaw.With background.BY Spain, which explains the Spanish tle always sings/And walking
his debut record March, Penn JEREMY HELLIGAR dance flavor of some of the songs. down the lane your long hair
.,joins the growing legion of young "Fury Eyes" and "Fruitman" swings." It sounds as if he's fallenin
American singersongwriters.Penn benefit most from this exotic love with an American girl andis
draws inspiration from a dance flavor. The latter almost moving to the States to be with
varied lot. His vocals combine sounds like it was lifted from a low her.The brass on this track makesit
Paul McCartney's pure, nursery rhyme. "Old man sits in 'The especially outstanding.The .
melodious tenor and Michael an apricot tree/ He sees I and I album's slower songs are
Stipe's throaty, tortured acoustic sees he" it begins, only presaging good, but get a bit repetitive. The
accompaniment. And on one weirder things to come. best is titled "The Last To Know,"
track, "Brave New World," he Other songs combine the off and has a melancholy tone but
shows Dylan's penchant for beat and the conventional. isn't overly depressing."The .
Siouxsie's ice-queen vocals and Rollercoaster Song" uses a
delivering a rambling story.
The presence of Penn's inspiration Budgie's emotive music producea Lilac TIme roller coaster as a parallel for love.
is so strong that at times, quirky kind of blues on "Killing Paradise Circus "Love is like a roller coaster
March plays more like their album Time," while the country/ It's not surprising if you haven't ride/Sometimes scaryManytimes
than his. "Innocent One" is onlya The Creatures western-flavored music of "Wil heard of The Lilac Time. They we have to pay/We shut our
twin guitar away from R.E.M. Boomerang low" plods along behind a seriesof haven't had much success in eyes and hold on tight/And hopethe
Penn's vocals sound even more Boomerang is the latest project by weird effects. America. In fact, they've had only roller coaster knows its way."
familiar on "Battle Room." The Creatures, the outside projectof The combination of the off-beat limited success in their native Duffy's voice is mellow and
Percussion is March's musical vocalist Siouxsie Sioux and and the conventional usually England.The confident throughout, and the
centerpiece. Majestic, marching drummer Budgie of Siouxsie and works, but Boomerang is best when Lilac Time's founder is album is highly enjoyable,despitea
(galloping on "Big House") drums the Banshees, and is the appetizerfor Siouxsie and Budgie unleash all Stephen Duffy, who's no new- few songs which aren't quite up
dominate, and other instrumentsseem Siouxsie and the Banshees'next their quirks, as on "You" and comer to the music scene.He's hada to par.The next time you feel like
to only accommodate the main course. This appetizeris "Strolling Wolf." On "You," number of British hits which he something a little less
percussion. "Cupid's Cot A so tasty that second and third Siouxsie's vocals are distorted and recorded as Stephen "Tin Tin" mainstream, try The Lilac Time's
Brand New Gun" opens with helpings may be in order. almost croaking. The song's Im- Duffy, including "Icing on the Paradise Circus.
dirge-like percussion, which intro Powered primarily by Budgie's aginative production creates a Cake" from 1985's Ups and Downs BY CHRIS BINCAMAN

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LEFT: Bob Benn, co-owner of The Brewster and meetings of some 50 people.A .
Market Street Pub, proudly displays the mainstay of the Brewers' meetings are beer
"
equipment that will le him to serve that award "
certificates
from
+ at pub competitions gift The
., home-brewed beer the
, Brewster to whoever brews the best beer in a desig-
nated category such as any one of the range of 1-,
'
, Brewster with a sworn complaint from the state of lagers, ales or stouts. Home brews are submitted by ? r rca
Florida pronouncing the distribution of beer intended whomever wants to enter their beer in that par-
for individual consumption in violation of a ticular category, and three people are appointed to s
Florida statute. judge the competition.The .
The case was thrown out of court, but samples at designated beer-pourer selects a home brew,
The Brewster had to stop. one at a time, from a cooler of competing beers and
"At that time, the back of The Brewster was a fur- fills the judges' mugs a third of the way for them to
niture warehouse," Benn said. "Well, we moved assign a numerical rating for each aspect of the beer
everything out, put tables in and made it a gather- that is being judged such as aroma, after taste,
ing place." clarity, carbonation and balance. Whoever has the "... ..
Intending, still, to share their beer, Benn and most points '
, Cooper founded a home brewers club, The Hog- Although ,
town Brewers, in 1985. Gathering and drinking on category,
the premises of a private club is not in violation of pearance of
the statute. gredients <
The Hogtown Brewers unofficially originated in processes of
1983 with the opening of The Brewster. Bill Toreki of the brewer."It's : I
and Paul Kiger, the current president and vicepresident not
are the only people from The Hogtown Kiger said. "
Brewers who were at the original meetings."It really into
was no organization or anything. It was bring "We're
your own six-pack of home brew or whatever," could sit beer."
Kiger, a 1983 UF graduate, said. "It was literally can of beer ) fermenter.
just like what the fraternities do. Let's get togetherand The is to get the
drink as much beer as we can and get sloppy." Harry Parker said.
The club evolved from these first meetings to a competitions very com-
group that met every Friday night in the back room of time spent anything else
of the Brewster. Members and their spouses or in a 13-entry started.
friends would attend the weekly meetings where beer has a actually
home brews were exchanged, compared and judged. "It was a contamina-
"We provided the space for them to meet," drove home,
Cooper said. "I 1 brewed up quite a lot of beer for Since the : )
the meetings." Brewers ) done until
f Cooper also started bringing food to the meet- place. Parker
said, "which
ings. Every week, he tested a new recipe on the more three days to
Brewers. a-month
Benn said it was then that the idea to open a bar includes a
arose. "We were putting together a real pub thereon at the pub ) beer.
The must be
Friday nights.
Inspired by the thought of actually opening a the members or a lump
pub, Benn flew out to the 1986 Micro-Brewers con- and beers beer while
vention in Portland, Oregon, to find out how to do meeting at before it is
it. annual is necessary
I Micro-breweries are pubs that make fewer than friends have the bottles
15,000 barrels of home brew a year and serve for the past be fermented
(1 l$ metropolitan areas. Another name for this type of Not all the that will
|I'g brewery is a brew-pub. Kiger's for
i -(*! "There's been a tremendous growth in brew- the ones who time.'i area, espe-
' '
; a few beers
pubs, Cooper said. "It's
"
[just been exploding. bottling,
"A lot of the first brew- .
[pubs were opened by home ," Cousins
[ brewers like ourselves the beer
[just people who wanted to done
[ make beer and wanted to sugar.
share it." up, the glass
Brew-pubs are exposing I six inches
[ the American public to a / ; :
variety of beer. Gainesville'si room. I'm
i other brew-pub, The Mill ) / ) I ," Cousins
Bakery, Eatery and Brewery, the place.
6791 W.Newberry Road, has across the
had five home brews on tap
since it opened in February dis-
1989. Owner Paul Smith that beer
employs John Stuart to brew ) He prefers
the five recipes Seminole of the
Cold, Gatortail Ale, Wheat- pressure.
field Dry, Harvest Gold brewing,
Light and Amber for The "The Com-
Mill's Gainesville, Tallahas- ," sold at
see and Winter Park locations. any
Benn and Cooper acquired the building that now open, the .
houses The Market Street Pub in May 1987. the Saturday of what you
Their menu explains that the downtown location, "talk beer." what you
120 SW First Ave., was chosen and named In honorof talk- and what
the romantic spirit of Gainesville's old days, ing .
when the Courthouse Square used to be the town's Parker that anyone
marketplace and center of activities. Market Street similarly, brew your
bordered the old square. and get a

More than two years passed while Benn and pick up. You I beer on the
Cooper dealt with construction and financial or look or the more
problems that prevented them from opening the are for. beer "
Market Street Pub. In the meantime, The Hogtown "It's also gets.
Brewers used the unoccupied building to hold their have a good
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Ashley's Mexican and

The Mill Bakery, The Club Cafe American RestaurantButler Purple Porpoise

Bob Evans Eatery & Brewery Gainesville's healthy alternative. Generous Plaza 375-4064.Jumbo Margaritas
Full Bar, fresh brewed beer. Celebration portions prepared with an emphasis are our Specialty! Open 7 days a Oyster Pub
Serving a complete breakfast, lunch & hour 11-7 daily. Expanded Patio on low cholesterol & low salt & week. Monday thru Saturday 11 am- 1728 W.Univ.Ave.Happy Hour47pmMF.
dinner menu. Weekday breakfast specials with live entertainment Thurs. & Sat. high fiber. All foods are oil free. 1:15: am and Sunday from 1 pm-10'15: Oyster Happy Hour 2-4pm daily
list; 2.95. You won't have to go Choose from a variety of muffins, bagels Hour 11 am-6
nights. Oaks Mall Plaza pm. Happy daily pm. and 7-close Monday Night. Drink specials
home to get home cooking! Located off salads, Is.
soups pasta potatoes DAILY SPECIALS: Monday Long every night. Lunch specials 1 lam-
Archer Rd. near 1-75,behind the Motel sandwiches, fresh fruits, yogurt, gra- Iced Tea Jumbos$4.95,Tuesday Sex on 2pm. Thursday 8-10 Coors Light 25c
6 Olen6amtol0pmSun-Thand6 nola & smoothies. Try our new grilled the Beach Jumbos $4.95, Wednesday and $2.00 pitchers.
am to 11'30 pm Fri &Sat. chicken or vegeburger sandwiches. Jumbo Margaritas $4.25, Thursday all
Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Import Beers 991, Fajita Combo Dinnerfor
BAR-B-QUE Mon-Sun. Inside the C'ville Health & 2 only $7.95 on Monday and Tues-
Fitness Center. Westgate Regency 377- day.We accept VISA and MasterCard.El .
Charlie's 4955. SPANISH

Fine' Dining & Spirits Woody's BarBQThe Toro I

\andcut Steaks. Fresh Seafood. Live Best Bar-B-Q in the world! Mexican Restaurant 9t t,
Entertainment Tues-Sat NO COVER! Banquet Facilities Available. Cateringfor 1723 SW 13th St.
kcorvations recommended 371-8069 small &large parties. Great Mexican Food 7 Days La ConchaThe
Specializing In Baby Back Ribs! No Brag-Just Fact.
7520 Newberry Rd.332-7858 flavor of Key West right here in
Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American
Cuisine. M-F-llam-8:30pm: 4002
Hometown Restaurant
La Fiesta W.Newberry Rd. Plaza West 378-4002. p
Complete breakfasts from$1.55,crcate- Mexican Restaurant j
your-own omelettes only $3.25! Bis- CARIBBEANCaribbean 1 3
I G-ville'snewest authentic Mexican res- 3t 1
cuits, Muffins, Cinnamon Biscuits taurant. Our family restaurants have
baked fresh from scratch every morn- for 16 j
been serving the Southeast yrs.
ing. For lunch, we feature the best sal Serving daily lunch specials llam- STEAKj
ads in town, along with burgers, hot & Spice 2:30pm: &delicious dinner entree's 5-10
cold sandwiches, and homemade 1121 W Univ. Ave. 377-2712 M-F 10-8 weekdays&5-11 weekends.Come in&
soups & chili. Ask your friends, we're Take-out restaurant specializing in give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI. (be-
the best value in town! Open 7 days a Jamacian beef patties.Vegetarian items tween Service Merchandise & Mr. Great Steaks
week.Now serving I lomestyle Dinners available. Daily Lunch Special 1 1.99. Han's) 332-0878.
from 4:30- 9 pm M-Sat!. 1218 N. Main. Fresh juices also available. Beef &
C'ville Shopping Center. 3712106. SpiritsFor
i the best steaks and prime rib in
Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
CHINESEGreat charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
Ivey'sAvoid Market Street Pub your dinner. Chicken & Seafood too!
Fine handcrafted meats & sausages, Open daily 5-10. 2 for 1 well drinks &
the ordinary-For a refreshingly Imported beer In a jovial English Pub dollar drafts 6-pound challenge. 2310
different dining experience in a cozy, atmosphere. Located downtown 120 SW 13th St. 373-4301.
intimate setting-try breakfast, lunch or Wall Wok & Grill SW 1st Ave.3772927.Murphy's .
dinner at Ivey's Grill. Extensive break- Enjoy Chinese cuisine overlooking
fast menu, homemade soups, large beautiful Bivens Arm Preserve. Featur-
fresh salads, sandwiches and burgersfor ing Daily Lunch Buffet for$3.95 (M-F), Pub
lunch and dinner. Fresh seafood, Mongolian Barbeque Nightly$6.95(All Daily Specials THAI
chicken and pasta dishes also at dinner. you can eat),-Fresh Fish Daily.Open Dell Sandwiches & Ice cold beer!
Or come in for a decadent dessert with Mon-Fri 11:30: to 9:30: pm. Sat-Sun 4- Billiards, Darts and Video games.
espresso or cappucino. Beer and wine 9:30: pm. Visa, MC, Am X accepted. Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur.
list. Open 7 days a week. MC, VISA, 3500 SW 13th Street (next to the Hilton llam-12pm. Fri.-Sat. 11amlam. Sun. Tim's Thai RestaurantBrings
AMEX. 3303 W. Univ. Ave 371-4839. Hotel on the Southside) 378-3970. Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across
from the YMCA pool. 372-4751. you the "Best Blend of the OrI-
ent." Open Mon-Sat, Closed Sun. Visa,
Red Lion MC, AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-

Joe's Deli GOURMETToby's Tavern & Grill 5424.OUT .

I Home of the two-foot Catortail\!! Daily Happy Hour 3-8pm&Nightly specials
lunch specials M-F at all locations. Mon-Sat! Grill open 1212. A wide va-
Campus,34th St. 13th St.Free Delivery! ITALIANManaro's riety of Imports. 2413 SW 13th St. 378-
377-5637 43755637Snuffy's 6320.
CornerA

Gainesville tradition continues-A

warm Country Inn setting featuring SEAFOODLaFitte's
unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and
Restaurantand pasta specialities; Tableslde flambe'
desserts & coffees. Dinner from 5:30: Since 1955."Some things never change.
Lounge nightly. Reservations recommended. fortunately, your good taste and our Seafood and
1017 W. University Ave. 376-8899. 101 SE 2nd Place. 375-7620.MC/VISA consistently delicious Italian food." Raw Bar
Caribbean pub atmosphere with gour- accepted. Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5pm. 11 S.E. 1st Ave. 3729928For
met burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, Gainesville's most popular Italian Res-
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offering the best seafood in
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand- taurant for over 30 years. Casual attire years
Gainesville. Blackened, Broiled, and
wiches, and New England clam chowder For welcome. Fresh dishes daily including Grilled...Seafood Pastas, Bar-B-Que
Relax and enjoy your favorite chicken, veal, steak, shrimp It home-
Shrimp/Tuna, Caviar, Oysters, Stone
cocktail in InformationRegarding made desserts at affordable
our casually elegant lounge. prices.
Crab, Steak, Chicken and Quail.
Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: amMidnight.Fri Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail-
( &Sat), 11:30: am-2 am.(Sun),6 pm- Out On The Town, able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast Nightly Monday fresh& specials. Every All The Sunday Gar-,
Tuesday night
11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa Contact ( on Univ. Ave.) 2120 HawthorneRd. :
lic, Mustard, Maryland Crabs
&'Am.XAPPLAUSE (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall Style
Lynn Spinello You Can Eat! Lunch M-F 11-3. Dinner
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RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.2bdr MOBILE HOMES: ,I
H Classifications o How to place a

1 FURNISHED house, 1 blk from Norman Hall, sublet 3 FOR RENT/SALE ,
until May-renewable, 350mo. 626 SW classified ad: I

*** Great Bargain A A own bd/bth fully 10th St. 378-8452. 2-1-5-2 1978 MOBILE Home for sale. 12 58 1 for Rent. Furnished

(urn. Luxury apt. close to UF, pool. 2bdrl1 ba, fenced-ln yard with shed ft awning For In Person: ,I
4 Bedroom house, 7 acres, 2 stall barn, 2 Rettt Unfurnished
Jacuzzi,wt. room etc. $190 ft 1/2 util 373- $4500 neg. 373-4202 or 472-2928 Cash,check, MC or VISA. :i
garden miles from school on Archer Rd. i
8482 Lv mlg. 2.1.5.1 after 5.30pm.: 2-2-10-3 3 Mobile Homos .
$750 per mo. Call and leave message The Alligator Office

Oakbrook 2bdr/2ba/ walk to UFo Shandi. 5388200. 2-1-5-2 75 MOBILE HOME for tale $750 best ForftenvSate/ 1105 W. University Ave

and VA, wash/dry, micro, pool and more offer. Full size 2br on quiet lot NEW- M.F 8 am 4 pm
4 Sublease /
NICE 1-Bdr Apt $235/mo/ Walk to UF. House/Apt.
$500/mo. Call 335-0440. Walton-Realty BERRY. Call Steve 371-4291 leave msg. Main BookstoreHub
Avail NOWI Call 376-7098 Leave Mes
Corp. 215.1 sage. 2-1-5-2 2-1-5-3 5 Roommates\ Customer Service Desk

Private entrance, refrigerator, ceiling fan, 2bdr/lba, new wash/dry, screened porch, 6 For Sale ':" M. F 8 am 4:30 pm
ALOHA GARDEN APTS 3 BR/2
tingle rm. .If. Ctrl ht., cooking, parking. Lovely cent. air, some furniture, bike to campus, Reitz Union, Cashier's OfficeMF8am9pmSat
bath, all amenities, near Shands VA Shop 7 Heal Estate
372-1862 very clean,Call Lee 335-6339, $4900 neg. noon9pm
3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 2-
375-1728. $145 util. Incl. 3blki to UF. 2- ping.16-15-2 2-1-5-3 8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm
55.1
Rent or R.ntlo own: 2bdr/1 1/2 ba. Good 9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsMF,8am430pm
2 minute walk to campuil tbd Iba fully Avail. Now 3 or 4 bdr 2 ba. pool, 1 1/2 ml shape, central air, new paint, frost free ,
furnished apt. near Norman Hall, quiet, to UF. 2816 W. Univ. Ave. $850/mo. Rms frig, fenced, pets welcome. Call 3719145. 10 wanted

safe. Was $295 now 235mo. Must sublet n/s 6183.mature 2252.'fem $165-$200 374-5430,376- 2910.3 11 Services By Mall:

SW 8th Ave 378-0764. 6-5-1 Use forms appearing weeklyin
12x70 3bdr/2ba Screened-Porch, Shed, 12 Typing Services
the Alligator Sorry, no cash by
Efficiency' (turn or unfurn, close to UF, one 314 NW 14th St. 2bdr/l ba, 3blks from UF, New Skirting, Close to UF Move Or Rent mail MC, VISA, or checks only.
13 Wanted
$285/mo. 21 John Merrill Inc. Help
person, no pets, quiet, private, patio, free Century Lot. 4000. 3351352. 2753SUBLEASE
cable TV, 225mo. plus utilities. Call 378- 2-1-3-2 372-1495 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

2018. 2-2-3-1 Payment by VISA or Mastercard
15 Personals
: ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
1 bedrm apt prefer mature responsible n/s,
ARE YOU HAVING
16 Connections M-F8:30.4pm.:
5ml NE of patrol.
no pets/children. hwy RENTAL PROBLEMS? 4 HOUSE/APT.
$275/mo./ Incl. util, phone, washer/dryer./ 17 Notices
Call Our Leasing Office
Q How to correct
376-1276 2-6-5-1 for Super SpecialsII!" 1bd/1 1/2 twnhs. Pool, wash/dry, amp 18 Rides
:2 BEDROOM/ BATH parking within short walking distance to
Two Room Suite $120. Call 372-
mo. cancel ad
2582. 264.1 per 3 BEDROOM/3/ BATH campus. 378-7224 ask about apt 52B. 2- 19 Pets your :
WASHER/DRYER/ INCL. 5.5-4
20 Lost & Found Cancellations:
OXFORD MANOR
Please Take Over My Lease) Brand new Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri 8.4 pm.
FOR RENT: 377-2776 apt., 2bdr/2ba townhome, walk to Santa No refund can be given.
Fe Com College. Call 373-3777. 2-5-5-4

, 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 2-16-12-2 o When will ad run? Alligator errors:
your
GRAD STUDENT 2 BLKS FROM UNIV. Sublease apt, unf, 1bdrm, Camelot, very Check your ad the FIRST day It runs
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, ONE BEDROOM APT. $200 mo. Call Kevin close to Law School quiet.' Pet OK, available Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. from Jan/29/90. Call 335-8233 to
8-5 376-5242 pm 3773852. 2-5-5-2 noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
Classifieds
will TWO
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. park. 2-2-3-4 begin RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 43075. Walk to UFII Studios $210 to $225 Sublet turn ibr/ba Apt. until 4/30/90. DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected

2 1829 NW 2 Ave. (by O'Dome) & 1222 NW 220mo. Available NOWI. Southern Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
8 Av Now or Fall, Office: 411 NW 15 St. No refunds or credits can be alter
given
Pines Call 3723276. 2-7-5-4 Union or' Shands take
Apt.
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet 371-0769. 2-6-5-2 may
the ad. called in after
placing Changes
washer/dryer available in most units for THREE days to appear. Ads 2
first will
the day not be compensated.
$15 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 1 ft 2 Bath 1/2 mile from
quiet
campus neighborhood,
run for of time
may any length
$250.$350, sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 4-30- 5 ROOMMATESBRANDYWINE
lots of treea. 2B/R A/C,D/W,washer/dryer Customer error or changes:
and be cancelled
75.2 hook-up. Call 373-0129. 2-9-8-2 at any time.
Corrections must be made in at,
person
: Fern, own rm w/wtr bd, Sorry, but there can be no refunds The BEFORE NOON.
SPACIOUSONE 2 WKS FREE Center Court Apts. 11 fully turn. 2bdr/1 ba apt. Many xtras, Alligator office
BEDROOM APT. blocks N of UF.BD $299, 2BD $349. very $210/mo + 1/3 util. Near UF 373-0024. for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.

ONLY $260MO.LYONS nice. 1210 NW 11 Ave.371-7777.Mgt. 411 2+3-5
APT NW 15 St. 2-6-5-2
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797

43071.2 Sublet garage apt. 2brms. behind Norman

Hall. Lease runs until May 1st. 1021
INCREDIBLE S.W.IOth Ave. Call mornings 377-5881 or

Starting Efficiency at$nS/Apt.1 Bedroom 373-1423. 2-6-4-2 TOYOTA' TimberVillage

Starting at $235 / 2 Bedroom Check Our New Specials
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE All Amenlllee Available SPA#
110 NW 39th Ave. FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Country

378-3988 Roommates Available MarketA ,

4-30-70-2 375-3861 REGENCY We're No.OAKS 1 MYCRS SERVICE CENTER


3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF. 201 NW 3230 SW 378-5766 Archer Road Oil and Filter $11.93

10th St. Wood floors, Cent. Ht/AIr Car COUNTRY GARDENS LAST CHANCE!

2-6-5-2 port, Office: 411 NW 15th St. 371-0789. 373-4500 I Minor Tune Ups

2001 SW 18th Street 4-cylinder $24.16
4-30-58-2 VE GOT 70
WINDMEADOWS APTS.
1Z: ft :3 Bedroom 6-cylinder $28.74some CALL TODArlI
AVAILABLE 2BR near UF cent air/hi, ( models slightly more.)
Pool Tennis
Laundry I DON r WAN r
water/sewer pd. 280/mo/ 1615 SW 42nd St. true Farmer's Market offering ,
2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558
6332-1200373-5816. 2-7-5-2 farm fresh fruits A vegetables TOBISTLCKINGAINSVILLEI

USDA choice meats, seafood/
WILLIAMSBURG APTS. WE NOW
&Gourmet grocery items.
AVAILABLE NOWtll1,2THft3Bdrma.
I SELL TIRES Wines & Cheesesof DAYTCNABUCH .01290

STUDENTS FIGHT BACK WITH ANTI DRUG SONGI
Pool, Laundry
1 Block to UF/Shands I 1 the World SOUTH PADRE ISLAND ..,..0129'STEAMBOAT
9 5109 NW 39th Ave.
NE 35th Av
2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253 SLI Records Lowery Music I ((904)) 371-3503 ft"f0f
Proudly Deism 3411 N. Main Terr E ..i
FAX 371-3507
MOUNT VERNON APTS. 1376.6752 i 34th I 1 Hour M-Sat:: 9AM 8PM FORT LAUDERDALE ..,.0132

1 Pool/Laundry ft 2 Bedrooms SUICIDE STREET I M-S 7:30-6 i II Sun: Noon 6PM HILTON HEAD ISLAND ,nvs0127

Clean to UF/Shande umr O1E' __1.----- ____, towosamsniMVSTANS
2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5389 lilinll ISLAND .999*

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.2-13-15-2

EiplMlnllf' winos net.'rail, ootn WAIT TO ir* TOO un
Casablanca East 2bdr/2 1/2 ba. like new exypiaq. neeuea ale n IOIiclft.
CALL nil Fffl TODAY
townhouse, has w/d, screened porch, .
pool, $475/mo, *402,Call 3350440.Watson YOUR SUPPORT Will MAKE A DIFFERENCE 18003215911Of
Realty/Helen. 2-6-10-2
PUASfl CAll yw. T"40 DJ.ft. ..*...SUCUE STMET. eao
Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom. Pool.Tennis. SEND these. WM mi. iMna... .hi!nor* |46 r Pale| ,

Sauna, Gym and more. 1- United Way
My Om I**
STONE RIDGE APT. Pat"ZllOutC. .,.FfcrMi3H3S.

3800 4-30-82.2 SW 34th St. 375-1121 BOOKINGS .004 637 125? e MANAGEMENT F It brings out the best in all of us!" pending on break as tttti and length of an10AWGATOR






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';ASABLANCA N/S/ own room and ba in Pool trampoline, peace and quiet 2 mature / M/F to share 2bdr/1 1/2 ba condo; MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376.1146 Brand new CHARVEL with floating 'loyd
?bdr condo, turn. w/wash/dryer, $200mo3 nil/ renters needed lor pnv suites in Jacuzzi, Sundeck, Washer, dryer hook Editor's choice CompuAdd A Northgale and killer paint $500. Rockman X100 rst
& '/ ulil! 335.3889. 2.9-8.5 nice Ig home $250.300/mo share ulil 371 up, Close to Sante Fe & UF $200/mo & 1/2 H P. Price same or lower than mall I $100 Big PA speakers. Adam 335 4416
2556. 2.5.35ROOMY Util 371-7242, 2.1.45WINDMEADOWS order Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb 2246
OWN ROOM In nice house fireplace 8 ((28ms), graphics monitor, ...
oiks to UF Only $150/mo & 1/4 util Seri NEEDED Live In 2bd/1 ba condo, MC28612$1195PsckardBeli. $1295, Nice clean modern furniture, all al eason
ous students only please. 336-1277. 2-2- $185mo, near Oaks Mall w/washer/dryer. Own room $205 mo. MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 able prices.
3.5 Live w/nonsmoker./ call late 373 6830 2. Call 335-1693 after 8. 2255 $2399. PB 288 laptop whd 4 battery The Plunder House
755F $1999 CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graph 511 SW 4th Avenue
Share huge 2bdr/2ba, close to UF, avail M/F rmmt for beautiful historic 4bd/2ba Ics monitor $970. 1 & 3 year warranties MC/ Amex, Visa. 21410.6
able Immediately, 335-6984. 2-13-10-5 Rmmt for 4bdr/2ba (turn condo By Oaks house. 1 blk from Tigert $135 & 1/4 util! Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer
Mall Wash/dry & Security System 371-2343. Furnishings avail. 2.1.4.5Luxury $185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049. 4110 SW
Room & Bath In NE House. N/S Cent. $200/mo & split elect 3354298. 2.14.10- 34th St 308 W Unlv Ave. 4-30.65-6 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME
nt/ac/ wash/dry, no lease, $l95/mo&l/2 5 Oakbrook Condo needs a n/s female .
util Call Dave after 6pm at 378-4698. 2- to share a room in 2bd/2bath/ $175 a Marshall 100 watt Guitar Amp and a 4-12 UF LOCATION! 15 room house
655 NW HOUSE 3/2 F/NS large yard, cent. month. Call 375.6394 ask for Susie. 2-2- cabinet channel switching, offset loop CH/AC Good condition! Rented In.
h/ac, screen porch, 4 mi, to UFSFCCroom 5-5 and footpedal, both for $925 obo 377- vestment/fraternity/other. $130,000
PINETREE GARDENS unfurn $165/mo 1/3/ ut. No pets. 5795. 26108 376-6652 owner 3.7.42-7
SWimming pool, tennis court 378.6499. 2-1"105 Want cool, neat, n/s male rmmt for
Roommate needed ASAP $138/mo & 1/4/ 3bd/3ba w2 fun girls. Starting sum. Apple He computer with color monitor and
ut lilies. Call 336.5637 or 335-5119. 2-2- Room avail M/F/ In 3bd/2ba house near mer/lall 90-91 yr. 336-8876 Iv msg. 2-2- software Excellent condition. $350. Call 8 MOTORCYCLESHONDA
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Near UF large br In large house, w/lire 22 105 OXFORD MANOR own bdr/ba in a BED: SINGLE, $100, PINEWOOD with no first bike !90mpg/ 55mph easy parking.
place, $140/mo + 1/4 util 914 SW 6 Ave 2bdr/2ba apt, $240/month & 1/2 utilities. metal, fits flush on the floor Dennis 372 Call collect Kenny 1.752-9137 2.58 1
378.1088, 372-3307. 2755 OAKFOREST M.F Master bedroom In Total luxury at its finest. Call Joe 375 2857. 2256
2bdr ApI. $250/mo & 1/2 util. 335.6189. 2565. 2255 JAWA moped, 89 good condition great
LANDMARK M/F/ own bdrm partly furnished 26-105 SOLOFLEX Only a few months old. New transportation to campus, $300. 374
walking distance from campus Trinidadian seeks rmmt to share gator- price $1050, asking $850. NegotiableCall 4972. 225.8
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HURRYI Fn/s for own room w/cable in Condition, must sell. 335.1168 leave message sls.1 I will deal Call Jay 813368777 1 26
cute qUiet condo near campus v>/ micro, Neat/Responsible ROOMMATE WANTEDNS Bicycle Club M/F $200 & 1/3 util For more 2556 6.8
dshwshr. pool & laund. Call 336-4763. 2. lor a 2bd/2 1/2 ba In a quiet NW info call Drew or Brady 335-5957 Own
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HELPI I Need A fun, friendly female N/S/ 1mi! from UF, $145/mo & 1/3 util, need 1300. 2-20.14-6
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house In quiet neighborhood less than 64, new Panasonic KX- Full bike Incl. Must selll! $2900 obo 335
by Trude Michel Jaffe Imi from campus. $120/mo & 1/3 util P1180 printer $225 value, modem, every 7431 227.9
373 3332, 2655 thing you could need. All for $350. Hunter
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9 London Money": 1949Guinness 31 Hautboys 51 Shortly Call Edward at 376-1296. 2545 quality. Good selection. Low Price. Call 7-9
restaurant area film 32 Resting places 52 Elizabeth or 332-3388 anytime. 2246
13 Muffin 3 Car for hire for chapeaux Bob of Kansas N/S M/F to share 2Bdr Just 3 blocks from 1 1973 240Z White, am/lmcass, recent new
ingredient 4 International 35 "- you there?" 53 "A Candle for campus: pay $135/mo, first & last, plus princeton high res color monitor and engine, very fast. 373-7853 Leave "message .
36 Ancient St -": Godden 1/2 util, cable. 373-2596 or 376-7352 graphics card, logitec mouse never used. $2,600 OBO. 2149
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Mike 2235 grad std must sell offers consd 335
15 Booby 5 Gl's favorite Ecuadoran novel 1546 2556 86 Ford Tempo GL 5.spd, AC a-n/fm
16 Sets side by org. Indians 54 Fork feature M/F/ Rmmt Wanted: Windmeadows. Own exc/cond. $700 down Nego, Take over
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19 Indian title enc. 40 Grain War: 1937-45 Call Cristal at 336-9250. 2-6-5-5 background w/conservative/ floral design, or 374.8603. 2259
20 Sister's 7 Emit germinator 57 Countless yearsdaughter fair condition, $35. Call 335-9732, leave
8 Constrain 42 Judge's bench 60 Summer time message. 2126 83 Mustang Convertable $4600. PB, PS,
6 FOR SALE AT, air, am/fm/ cassette New top, tires all
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23 Ephron of the straight and 45 Desisted 61 Certain vote"Heartburn" BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs solid, $175 8X8carpelw/pad, grey-blue, 259

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Say" 1761.1807 SEGO ALT ..I Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- am/fm tape player, cruise control auto
33 'To the poor 17 Kind of squash U E E NAN N E S LAC E 2070. 4.30-75-8 SWANKI Queen Waterbed with head windows plus. Excellent condo $8000
swain 18 Part of IstanbulD board and padded rails Works GREATI I 3731007. 2139
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once ALL THE KIN I G S MEN 4-30.75-6 $12,500 very negotiable Ph: 3766512
partner
bike 2 red
ladies
5 BICYCLES. 1 classic 2249
37 Presidential 24 Test for gold .0 Q R. NET S.
Rockford, Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer, race style, 2 red 10 speeds, owned by
nickname 26 Antique red Li. 0 N M I FA. U E L .1 Infinity Kicker, Code Alarm The Best bicycle mechanic, $25-$50, Alex 336 1982 Honda Accord 4dr, Sspd, 84,000mi.
38 Island offSumatra 27 Steinbeck JACK 0 F ALL TRADE Car Sterlo Installer In town Car Stereo 1972. 2236 light blue. Located in red D parkinglot
characters ALE E LULU AGE N T to Go 3751834. 4-30-75.6 adjacent to the Graham area. $2300
39 Diamond unit of 1988 Cannondale frame set, 56 centimeter obo. 395-9633. 285.9
weight WORD ALEX TEN S E RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants blue, Great condition $275 OBO Call

40 Clan member 2/1/90/ / for your dorm or apartment. We deliver George at 336-0767. 2-6-5-8 1985 Chevette A/C Auto am/fm cass.
) Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. sunroof, tint. windows, many new parts,
41 Word with workor 1 11 11 t Il 3775265.8 blocks E. of campus. 2.6208 DRAFTING TABLE charvoz 42 X 30 like great condo $2500 OBO 395-8333 Ive.
worth i9 new $85. BED full boxspnngframeSealy / message 2239
42 "Gaslight" star .x-firm $150. 377-6153, 2236
43 Carousal 1 13 i 14 15 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 1978 Datsun 280Z 2+2 Drk grn saddle int.

44 Of a group of 11 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Jawa moped for sale, black $350 or best alloys, low miles, am-fm cassette Eq.
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Americanrealist 1 2.28-34-6 335.9224. 2-2-2-6 377-0310. 2659

painters BEDS BEDS BEDS Gotta Gol 12-spd bike $100. end tables 1988 Toyota Celica Convertible, red,
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46 Meryl Streep, 1 Dressers, Chest, Bookcases, Sofas, TV $20. Sofa $145, neon beer sign $95, light am/tm cass CD, alarm, phone, cover 5
for ball $90 79 Corolla $1000 obo 375- 373 9547. 2659
one 1 carts Entertainment centers and more at Ing speed, -
48 Required the lowest prices In Gainesville 371-4422 4394 lvMsg. 2756
course at sen. 2--: ilIi2 Dumas Discount 1421 NE 8 Ave. '78 Thunderbird, original owner, PSI PW/
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51 Alongside 3f 2646 1523. $480 negotiable. Call 378-8784, $750 Call 375-6858 after 5pm 2.6-5.9.

55 Entertain If WORD PERFECT 5.1 1985 Honda Prelude, mint, air, am/fm
58 Entre Latest release from Elite AIRLINE TICKET Orlando-Newark, Iv FIb cassette, sunroof, tilt wheel, red w/ gray.
59 Falling-out .. Computer Systems $135, #335-1300 17/12p, return Feb 24/1/ lam on Continental blk velour Int. $6800. Sandy: days 395-
62 Ye TeaSfioppe $150 obo 395-9448. 2756 0604 wkends/eves 1 1.595-4241 2989

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4.30.75.18NEED 22 yr old male student wants to meet other 2663768 3134618 Linda at 3959536. 2.2.3.20 black collar w/silver studs and a red collar
male student lor discreet relationship. that has Winter Haven address His name
G'ville Fl 32607. is Sebastian. Please Call 373.9883 ask lor
CASH? Call the cash HOTLINE. Write P.O. Box 90034 Co.driver for non.stop run N.Y. and/or/ FOUND: GM car key at East Loading Dock .
2 5 3 20
371,.GEMS. CASH FOR ANYTHINGI 2-5. 9.21.5.16EYE Boston.Must leave Febi2 Compensation 395-8293. 2-5.3-20 Cathy.
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MCCLENDONfrom what I can really do. I feel really NFLfrom fans may follow me." tioning the NFL for draft entry-
page 16 comfortable about next year." page 16 The Seahawks, who already a trend other NFL executives do
Once the Gators realized Smith have former Gator John L Williams not encourage.
"Emmitt made a great choice," was gone for good, all they could Smith,who said he had no preference at fullback, need a running "I've always been in favor of
Rhett said. "Even if he would have do was wish the 1989 Southeastern about which team chose back to replace an injuryproneCurt players coming out later rather
stayed I'd still be happy for him.But Conference Player of the Year well. him, gave the Buccaneers adviceat Warner and have the eighth than earlier,"said George Young,
Emmitt did what he had to do. Wednesday's announcement."I and 10th selections (the latter the New York Giants' vice presi-
The way this works out is, in a "He said it was the hardest thing feel if I stayed in the state it pick coming from Indianapolis). dent and general manager. "Re-
way it's good and in a way it's not. he ever had to do and I believe him," would be a plus for the Buccaneers Smith joins Georgia's Rodney gardless of what the NFL rules,
Emmitt would have been a great quarterback Donald Douglas said. ," Smith said. "I feel they Hampton, Tennessee's Reggie I'll always feel that way. The sad
leader to have around. But now 111 "TTiis is something we understand, could probably increase ticket Cobb and Arkansas' Barry Fosteras thing is if these kids come out and
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JASON DAVIS
By
of things. Smith, a three-time All-Ameri-
Staff WriterIf
Twenty years from now, people will remember his Alligator can, would do, hearing the ac-
illustrious career in the NFL The Super Bowl wherehe nothing else, UF running tual news hearing Smith
rushed for 175 yards and three touchdowns. The woo back Willie McClendon person- actually say, "I'm going pro"-
year he held out of the NFL to get a salary raise of$6 ifies the good old fashioned came as an unnerving surpriseto
million.And even his alleged affair with former"Cosby work ethic. many players."I .
Show" kid Tempestt Bledsoe. And that's a good thing, he didn't know what to ex-
.., His three-year career at UF, which King Emmitt said, because that's what he's pect," said redshirt freshman
announced Wednesday is over, won't factor into many going to need to replace Emmitt Errict Rhett,who is expected to
stories about the former Gators tailback. I Smith next season. challenge McClendon for
But for many of the 72,000 fans that sat in the "Emmitt is a great football Smith's vacated tailback posi-
95-degree heat of a September football game against 1 r f rA player," said McClendon, who tion. "We would stay up late
Tulsa in 1987, King Emmitt will be remembered for likely will be the Gators'starting every night wondering what he
one, small, obscure moment. tailback with Smith's announce- was going to do. That kind of
F ment Wednesday that he will kept us off-guard."
-> Ron Kaspriske enter April's NFL Draft. "I've In fact, no player knew of
L got to do my best and play real Smith's decision until only mo-
AST CALL f hard now." ments before the 11 am. an-
I. From watching him play, it's nouncement in the Gator Roomat

Smith, who at the time was known only to the .t.tl apparent McClendon, a junior Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.But .
sporting world as a talented freshman back, took a from Jacksonville, doesn't have they understood the se-
handoff from former quarterback Kerwin Bell,juked a the same flair for running that crecy involved.
couple of defenders and ran down the sideline 66 yards l Smith has.While Smith special- "He never let on as to what
for his first career touchdown.The izes in agility, McClendon'sforte he was going to do," quarter-
is pure strength.It's back Kyle Morris said. "I think
typical roar of a UF crowd, which usually
accompanies any Gators touchdown, sounded a little not as flashy, but it gets that's the way he had to handleit.
bit different. the job done. McClendon was If he lets one person know,
There seemed to be no doubt in the minds of the the second-leading rusher for everybody's going to find out.
crowd that this was just a small sample of what KingEmmitt's the Gators in 1989, gaining 529 He had to let people know him-
impact would be on UF football. yards on 97 carries. self."
King Emmitt made his final impact on UF prema- "I'm not looking for the spot- A few hours later Wednes-
turely Wednesday, as he announced he will forgo his PHOTO light," McClendon said. "I just day, they began to come to
senior season and play professional football. But his Willie McClendon will see more time carrying the ball want to get out there and prove terms with the news.
final impact demands respect. next season with the departure of Emmitt Smith. what I can do." McClendon, 15
see
page
King Emmitt isn't betraying his teammates, and he While many of the Gators had
isn't betraying UF football fans. Like he said, he's
simply pursuing his "opportunity of a lifetime." Draft position a question for Smith
The money would still be there in a year if he stayedat .
UF, but how many students would be in a hurry to ALEX MARVEZ The Atlanta Falcons have the first selection in the draft and
By
finish school if they knew they were going to be rich are almost certain to select Alabama All-America linebacker
Writer
and famous without a degree? Alligator Keith McCants, another underclassman who, like Smith, is
Besides, King Emmitt said he'll return to UF next Emmitt Smith ended the debate and rumors about his petitioning the NFL for entry in the draft. The New York Jets
spring to work toward the most important thing he'll college football status Wednesday by announcing his profes- select second and need help at running back,but Jets general
leave at the school his degree. sional intentions at a news conference. Now the main questions manager Dick Steinberg does not support underclassmen in
UF coach Steve Spurrier said it best when he said regarding UFs all-time leading rusher concern who will select the draft."I .
he's not against college athletes leaving school early. him and at what point in April's NFL Draft. would not encourage anyone (to leave early) as they
Spurrier has been indifferent to King Emmitf de- should emotional
use college to develop skills and physical and
Bobby Beathard, the former NBC football analyst who was
cision all along and reiterated that Wednesday."It's "
maturity, Steinberg said.
named general manager of the San Diego Chargers in January,
a free country," Spurrier told reporters at said on the network's"NFL Live" show that he thought Smith New England (third selection), San Diego (fifth), Chicago
Smith's news conference. "And I agree 100 percent would be the first running back selected if he decided to turn (sixth), Detroit (seventh) and Miami (ninth) appear to have
with what Emmitt said.The opportunity to earn a living solid backfields entering the draft, leaving Tampa Bay and
should be there for everyone. If we've got a freshman pro.If Seattle as the two teams among the first 10 most likely to
here who has the opportunity to go to the NFL he that happens, Smith would bypass Penn State's Blair select a running back.
should be entitled to go." Thomas, Minnesota's Darrell Thompson and Indiana's An-
King Emmitt is entitled and no one should questionhis thony Thompson, who finished second in this year's Heisman
see NFL, page 15
decision. Trophy balloting.


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Staff Report UF held Mercer center Andrea Con- area flyfishing organizationDoes
greaves, who averages 15 points a game,
Freshman center LaTonya McGhee to just 10.
y scored a career-high 22 points and 10 The Lady Gators held a six-point leadat dropping a size-22 dry fly in front sor Dana Griffin II, the club promotes
rebounds Wednesday night, leading the intermission 33-27 despite a total of a lying brown trout get your blood saltwater and freshwater flyfishing as
UF women's basketball team to a 65-52 of 29 personal fouls from both teams. UF pumping? well as conservation at UF and in the
victory over Mercer at the Macon Coli- committed 14 while the Teddy Bears were Perhaps casting to tailing bonefish witha Gainesville community through monthly
seum in Macon, Ga. guilty of 15.. small streamer fly is more your speed. meetings and frequent seminars.

Guard Casandra Washington and Sophia The victory evens the all-time series 'The general meetings usually consist of
Witherspoon added 12 points apieceas against the Teddy Bears at three games > Ted Lund presentations by local expert anglers on
the Lady Gators improved to 11-8 on apiece. Mercer held a 3-1 advantage until OUTDOORSNo different types of fishing, while seminarsand
the season, ending a two-game losing last year, when the Lady Gators escaped workshops include instruction on such
streak. Center Erika Lang added 10 re- from the O'Connell Center with a 70-68 topics as fly-tying or fly-casting.
bounds. ? Then how about landing a billfish Members of the club receive a monthly
Mercer,returning just two players from win.The Lady Gators will be at home Saturday on a fly rod? newsletter filled with articles and tips re-
last year's squad, falls to 5-13. The Teddy in a Southeastern Conference against If any of these subjects pique the inter- lating to the sport, as well as informationon
Bears were led by Stephanie Raines will Mississippi at 4:45: p.m. in the O'Connell est, then maybe the North Florida Fly- any scheduled activities.For .
11 points., Center; fishers is what you're looking for. more information about the club,
Recently founded by UF botany profes- contact Griffin at 392-1721.