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SARS patients suffer under Student fears for

family in Mideast :

new system, therapists sayBy dropping in Kuwait.
"They say people are panicking,"
opportunity to see people on demand Alligator Writer
DEBBIE CENZIPER McNulty said. "But the news is
Alligator Staff Writer anymore," Burke said. When UF sophomore Dawn Mc- very censored, and you only hear
"Patients are very discouragedand Nulty woke up at about 8:30: Thurs- what the government wants you to
UF's Sexual Assault Recovery they're fearful that the pro- she it "
day morning, thought was hear.
Service has fallen under a bu- gram will go under completely." just another day. McNulty said she is afraid be-
reaucratic siege, and the pro- A SARS patient who asked to She was wrong. cause her family lives about 15
gram will lose the strength it has remain anonymous said rape af- During the early morning, an miles from the U.S. Air Base in
gained in the past 10 years if fects every aspect of the victim'slife estimated Dhahran-a potential
changes aren't made in the next and if a crisis arises, the 10,000 Iraqi sol target.
few weeks, SARS officials say. patient can't be delayed from diers crossedthe UF To try to pre-
SARS, created at UF 10 years getting help. border into sophomoreDawn vent Iraq from
ago as a program to counsel rape "When you get upset,it's prac- the oil-rich coun- McNulty's invading Saudi
victims, was placed under the tically an emergency," she said. try of Kuwait. Arabia, Presi-
authority of the Infirmary's Men- "These things come and go, but Within two family and friends dent Bush sent
tal Health Services July 1.SARS' when they come, they're pretty hours, Iraq had live in Saudi Ara- thousands of
three therapists now see Mental violent and you can't wait a week seized control of paratroopersand
Health patients along with rape for an appointment." the capital, Kuwait bia, next to occu- at least 48
victims. Burke said administratorswanted City, and Kuwait. F-15 fighters to
While Infirmary director to save money by sched- possibly. was pied Saudi i Arabia.! : A
Boyd Kellett said SARS thera- uling Mental Health patientswith going to invade mechanized infantry -
pists would be able to make bet- SARS therapists, a move the neighboring country of Saudi division is expected to be
ter use of their time under the that would keep UF from havingto Arabia where McNulty's family sent later.
direction of Mental Health, hire new counselors. As a and friends live."Everything's. The United States already has 34
SARS therapists and patientssaid result, the SARS therapists' hectic there," Mc- warships in the area,with 15 more
that the negative and often workload has doubled. Nulty said, after speaking to her on the way, including the battleship -
embarrassing stigma of"Mental "He (Kellett) doesn't think family in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia USS Wisconsin.
Health" would discourage rape we're busy enough and insteadof Wednesday afternoon.
patients from seeking help. hiring more counselors I "People are all rushing to banks Bush said he sent U.S. troops
SARS therapist Debbie Burke guess he figured it's more cost trying to get cash to get out of into Saudi Arabia to counter a pos-
said under the new rules, SARS effective to do it this way," she the country," she said. sible attack by Iraqi forces now f
counselors have had to reschedule McNulty said she was told thata stationed in Kuwait. "America will
some rape patients because said.But Kellett said SARS thera- friend of her mother,who lives in stand by her friends,"Bush said in

certain times slots are specific- pists had enough time in their a town south of the Saudi Arabia- see Kuwait, page 4
ally allotted to Mental Health schedules to see Mental Health Kuwait border, can hear bombs

patients.She patients also.And SARS patientsare
said delaying rape victimscan still\ given priority because Graduating seniorinjured
be dangerous and detrimental therapists must hold open only COAR and SARS founder Claire
because they often call in two hours a day for mental Walsh; above, Is unhappy with I
crisis situations and shouldn't be health patients, he said. He recent administrative changes. in
ignored. SARS therapists can't added that SARS therapists re- Infirmary director Boyd Kellett, shooting
react quickly to a crisis under serve three hours each day for
below, said he instituted the
the new rules and that is a threatto SARS patients.see .
changes to make the programsrun By MATTHEW SAUER McCaskill used Mejia's shirt as
she said.
patients, SARS, page 5 more efficiently. Alligator WriterA a bandage and drove him to the
don't give us the same
They Shands emergency room. He was
student'celebrating his
UF released afternoon.
summer graduation by painting on
Officials disagree on effectsof the 34th Street wall was shot Tues- Police are investigating another

day morning by a passing motorist. drive-by shooting on N.W. 27th

Gabriel Andres Mejia, 23, and Street that occured within an hourof
in Cameron McCaskill, 22 both In- the 34th Street incident, but it
changes rape programsBy dustrial engineering majors, were will be several weeks before test
painting the words"I'm out of here"on results show if it was the same
DEBBIE CENZIPER jurisdiction of the. Infirmary's "It seems to me like they're at- the wall at about 1 a.m. when a weapon, Gainesville Police spokeswoman
Mental Health Services in July, tacking women's programs. passing motorist opened fire witha Lt. Sadie Darnell said.
Alligator Staff Writer a move that segregated the Maybe they don't realize how .22-caliber rifle. Mejia was hit in

Two of UF's strongest rape groups and provided no organ- important they are." the jaw and the right arm. As of Wednesday afternoon, police
programs have been reorganized ized transition period, she said. But Infirmary director Boyd He said every second or third had no suspects in either shooting .
recently, and group officials say Polcyn said both COAR and Kellett said women's needs are driver honked and yelled as they she said.
the changes eventually may crip- SARS now will be debilitated be- not being ignored in the whirl- passed by the two men prior to the
ple both programs. cause the groups can't share re- wind of administrative changes.By shooting, but after a time, they Mejia said doctors were forcedto

Tracy Polycn, Campus Organ- sources, such as secretaries and merging SARS' three ther- didn't pay much attention."It leave the bullet fragments l in his
ized Against Rape president,said therapists, as they have done In apists with Mental Health's coun- got to be where we didn't jaw until they are able to tell what
when COAR became a student the past.SARS therapists used to selors and placing them under think anything of it," Mejia said reaction his bone will have to the
group solely supported by Stu- train COAR's graduate student Mental Health's control,the pro- from his Shands Hospital room. pieces.
dent Government in June, it was peer educators and ,helped gram will be stronger and better "When the car was passing by, a
separated from its sister group, COAR make' rape-education presentations .- managed, Kellett said. SARS' passenger fired five or six times, "I'm feeling fine though," said
,the Sexual Assault Recovery Ser- she said. therapists also will better utilize but I thought it was just a cap gun.I Mejia, adding he plans to walk in
"I don't understand why I turned around before Camerondid Saturday's graduation ceremony.
vice.SARS was placed under the they're: doing this," Polcyn said. see COAR, page !5 and when the bullet hit me, it "It's going to take more than" this
sounded like a bottle rocket. to keep me from graduating.

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VD on the rise In Alabama said gonorrhea, net syphilis, is the main problem at

Venereal diseases, with the exception of syphilis, Auburn.To .
series of reported
help combat the
are appearing more frequently throughout Alabama.
of Health officials are
According to the July 26 Auburn Plainsman, the disease, Alabama Department
Drake Student Health Center is prepared to deal with planning to open several sexually transmitted disease

the problem. Although an increase in gonorrhea has clinics throughout the state. Montgomery County,
of the hardest hit areas, is planning to open an
been noticed, the center's records show only two
cases of syphilis in the past 11 years. STD clinic In a popular shopping_mall.ALLYSON GARDNERp.m. I II II I si

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1 Callers overwhelm new Infirmary phone system I IBy

REGGIE GRANT Mental Health Center,was installed to allow The requirements were enacted to prevent said.
Alligator Writer callers to transfer themselves to extensionsin a rubeola measles epidemic at UF after "There! have been a lot of complaints from
the Infirmary without an operator's assis- there was an outbreak of the disease at students not being able to get through," he
Riiiiiing. Riiiiiing. Riiiiiing. tance. The system allows the Infirmary to Florida State earlier this year. Other Florida
This is probably an unfamiliar sound for answer more calls in less time. Currently, universities also are requiring the second said.Kellett said he doesn't see the amount of
anyone trying to call UfOs Infirmary. the system is able to handle six calls simul- shot including FSU,Florida Agricultural and calls decreasing in the near future.
The new$11,000 computerized telephone taneously. Mechanical University and Florida Interna-
"This is going to go on until the Immunization
system's constant busy signals are causing Linda McElroy, Infirmary office manager tional University. program is fully implemented, and
major problems for Infirmary officials. and coordinator of the new phone system Phyllis Meek, associate dean of Student that won't be until the end of next year,
The phone system, which has been operating project, said she doesn't think the system is Services, said the problems with the phone probably," Kellett said.
at fault because of the amount of calls com- lines the have been
for the last three months, is being at Infirmary getting Kellett said the Infirmary is in the processof
swamped by about calls ing in at this time of year."I worse.
6,000 a day. Sixtyto buying equipment that will allow for a
75 percent of the calls are related to don't think if we had one hundred "It's just very hard to get through," Meek second operator and have a capacity of 100
immunization, Infirmary director Boyd operators there to answer the calls that It said. "It's very frustrating to keep on tryingto additional phone lines. He estimated it will
) Kellett said. would be enough," McElroy said. "Rightnow get through and getting a busy signal. cost $4,200, but doesn't know when it can
"The problem is not with the phone sys- ,we're just overloaded by immunization Charlie Grapskl, a member of the Coali- be bought and installed.
tem per se,"Kellett said. "The problem right calls, and it doesn't matter what system you tioii of Concerned Students investigating the "It's a problem, and we're aware of it,"
now is we've got a tremendous number of have, it's not going to be adequate. Infirmary's problems, said he thinks the new Kellett said. "And we're working as fast andas
calls coming in for immunization, and we Students now are required to provide computer system is a great idea but is not hard as we can to do whatever it is to fix
can't handle them. proof they have received a second measles set up efficiently."It it, and that's the bottom line. It is totally
The new phone system, which handles all vaccination by Aug. 20 or their records will doesn't solve the problem which it is unsatisfactory, but (the problem is) not the
calls to the Infirmary except those to the be flagged. supposed to solve expediency," Grapski new equipment"

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By Alligator JACK REJTMAN Writer /

Although the state of Florida may be held responsible
for a UF doctor who accidentally performed f
heart surgery on a healthy Palatka woman, state ABM
education officials probably won't pay too dearly for .
the mistake.Dr. .r

Daniel G. Knauf operated on Shirley McBrideat
Shands Hospital Feb. 29,1988, when he read an
erroneous report from North Florida Regional Med-
ical Center and failed to examine the patient himself
prior to surgery, court records show.

Now Knauf, who works at Shands Hospital and is 01
employed by the state, must go before the state
Board of Medicine disciplinary committee and de-
fend himself against a lawsuit that involves another E. ANN STODDARD-AlLIGATn"
doctor, the Board of Regents, North Florida Regional Live wireGainesville

and Shands. Regional Utilities employee Joe Campbell, 27, replaces electrical wires along West University
But as a result of the Limited Waiver of Sovereign Avenue Wednesday afternoon. Traffic backed up as a result of the rain and construction.
Immunity, the state is protected from suits broughtby
its own citizens, and claims against the state are
limited to $100,000.

David Mathias,vice president and corporate council SG senators revise election codes
at Shands Hospital, said that sovereign immunity ,
only applies to government employees.

"A corporation, just like any private individual,
has unlimited liability exposure," Mathias said. refuse WSU's request for fundingBy
Gainesville cardiologist Howard W. Ramsey, who
already has been fined by the state Board of Medi- "
they run out of time, Miranda said. "The
ordered to write article for CARRIE SEGAL
cine and has been an
Campaigners would have been able to extra week of campaigning may not be
them not to make the Writer
doctors warning same Alligator
declare their candidacy and talk to stu- the best solution, but it does resolve the
mistake, is being sued on two counts. McBride has Candidates running in Student Govern- dent groups. But they wouldn't be allowedto problem at this time.
filed a suit against Ramsey's private practice as wellas ment elections won't have extra time to distribute their platforms until 1 1/2 Miranda said he plans to run a small
his professional association for negligently report- promote themselves before the race, stu- weeks before the election."I party in the fall election. He said it's goingto
ing test results. decided be the "first of its kind."
dent senators Tuesday night guess the legislative branch didn't
Before McBride was operated on by Knauf, she when they made final changes to SG's feel that (Judiciary Committee Chairman) Student senators also refused to give
visited Dr. Luis Cintado, one of Ramsey's partners, election laws. Adam Tanenbaum's amendment would the White Student Union money, citing
and received a cardiac catheterization at North The proposed rule change would have help the election process," Browne said. the group's membership restrictions.
Florida Regional. Ramsey dictated Cintado's notes shortened student election campaigntime "I tend to disagree. I think we're going to WSU President Mark Wright said the
and signed McBride's report that, somehow, got but would have allowed candidatesto find this fall that the long campaign time group will survive without SG money.
mixed up with another patient's report. declare their candidacy and Introduce is going to be a detriment to the candi- WSU Vice President Steven McC-
Later that month, Knauf failed to re-examine themselves to students without being dates, the student body and the election ormick said the group plans to revise its
McBride, and relying on the incorrect report and a fined, as they were In the past, Student process as a whole." constitution while maintaining the Integrity
medical referral recommending open-heart surgery, Body President Michael Browne said. Pat Siracusa, the revision committee of the group. But he said even if it
scheduled her for surgery. An election code revision committee, chairman, said he didn't think the amend didn't have an exclusionary constitution,
When Knauf began the operation and opened up created by Browne,has been updating the ment was a good idea. it would have been denied money becauseof
the patient, he found a normal heart- so he closed SG election rules this summer. "A powerful party could and will take its opposition to Affirmative Action.
her back up again. Tim Crowley,a member of the revision advantage of their time and send their However, Browne said the group was
McBride's lawsuit claims that her chest,heart and committee, said the committee wasn't people to every organization on campus," treated fairly.
attendant muscles, bones and tissues were injured given enough time to consider the amendment Siracusa said. "I feel that White Student Union was
during the surgery. She seeks compensation for Sen. Nelson Miranda, who was on the judged fairly and the Student Senate .
medical expenses, lost wages and lost earning ca- "I'm not sure they (the changes) were revision committee, said independentsneed felt that the White Student Union isn't
pacity but'right now, doesn't list an amount. thought through Crowley said. "They the extra week to get to know the worthy of their fellow student's tuition
Neither UF nor McBride's lawyer Patrick Perry could be good changes, but we haven't student body. money," Browne. said. "The case is
looked at the far-reaching consequences." "Independents don't run out of money closed."
would comment on the case while it I it In litigation.

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WASHINGTON (UPI) -Rising oil prices from the before last week's Invasion of Kuwait by Iraq, which
Middle East crisis, coupled with poor domestic heightened tensions in the oil-rich and volatile Middle T08 PHa.o 3" x 5" i in i *If'

I economic policy decisions,have propelled the United East, Rahn added. I' .... : *:

/ States economy toward recession, economists said The economy is in a recession when economic or One I 0 h I

Wednesday. growth shows little or no growth-or actually beginsto lf r"" I
f "While Iraqi adventurism in the Middle East is shrink for two consecutive quarters. The last \ 4 x 6 I O 0 ), F' I
exacerbating this country's economic weakness the in 1981-82. Hour
recession to hit the U.S. economy was I \\010 I
impending recession is due to bad economic policy HLZLj G,101\ \
"We anticipate that the economy will grind to a I 1
by the U.S. government," said Richard Rahn, vice virtual standstill during the third quarter of this year "Hour i** free set OfPtrDveIOl1C. t/ :I
president and chief economist of the U.S. Chamber Glossy or Matte
and actually contract by 1.4 percent in the fourth \ 1 each developed,. I
of Commerce. "!""""
f quarter," Rahn said. 371-4882 I /CS.
:E The Federal Reserve Board has left the economyno I"' "'
margin for error, and by fulfilling Murphy's law, Since the invasion, oil prices have skyrocketed I Located BtkM. Unlverillr. !. Cop;CtuKr I 371-4882 *J ** I"35": ;)I
4 the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait only makes a bad situation. worldwide, leading to a sharp increase in gasoline | U U.lvtnHy pica | I L i*!::::... _v_rJ
I worse," Rahn said. prices of an average of 12.6 cents per gallon.With the
I U.S. economy already showing signs of softness in
The chamber said "anti-growth Fed highinterestrate
policy," which has been used to fight inflation, several sectors, rising oil prices have cut into corporate TIRED OF FEELING

I has brought the economy. down faster and further spending plans and consumers' pocketbooks.

I than intended. The oil price rise will aggravate the economic BOXED-IN?
Last month, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan downturn," Rahn said, adding that a $5 per barrel
Greenspan told Congress that the economy was increase in the price of oil could reduce U.S.economic
edging toward recession and hinted that interest rates growth by 0.5 percent.
In the Pines has
might be lowered if the budget deficit is trimmed 0A
Oil is currently selling for about $28 a barrel, and
substantially.Lower several economists believe a mild recession could last Spacious Apartments
interest rates would loosen corporate pur for about six months if oil settles at about t$25 a barrel.
sestrings and encourage spending and Investment. Should prices push beyond$30 a barrel,the recession $100.00 off

; The forecast of "mild" recession was compiled could last longer. two months

I Congress applauds Bush's decisiveness I nn in the pines rent

) WASHINGTON (UPI) Congress applauded raise prices.

President Bush for being tough on Iraq Wednesday, Sen. Howard Metzenbaum, D-Ohio, chairman of Three Bedrooms 373-3371
but some Democrats said he was too lenient with U.S. the Senate's antitrust subcommittee, said his panel 205 SE 16th Ave.
oil companies, and Senate Republican leader Robert would examine whether there has been pricefixingand are reduced.
Dole warned of a windfall profits tax unless gas prices added that he might propose reinstituting a
y come down.Although. windfall profits tax.
he called such a tax "terrible idea,"
Dole, R-Kan., said the oil companies "sort of invite "Consumers already have been ripped off by unjustified BLOCK SEATINGA
these kind of things" with "irresponsible, arbitrary price hikes, and I hope the president will go
price increases." further and persuade the oil companies to roll back

There was no earthly reason to raise prices as prices," Metzenbaum said. REPRESENTATIVE FROM

rapidly as they were raised. Sometimes oil companiesnever Democrats also renewed their criticism of Bush for

learn.They're just asking for some kind of an failing to have energy conservation programs in place I. _ofF" EACH BLOCK MUST
excess profits or windfall profits tax if they continuethis and for relying too much on the free market .to
," Dole said. guarantee the flow of oil :!;,. ATTEND THIS MEETING!
Dole said Bush's call for the oil companies to show ;
restraint was "helpful." Dole said he did not know On military matters, Democrats and Republicans ; y Wednesday August 29
joined together to support dispatching troops, with ,
whether the president would follow up on his call,but VIC
t noted Bush "has a lot of friends in the oil industry." Mitchell saying,"It is important for the nation to unite ''rs at 8:00: p.m.
behind the in this time of
Democrats criticized Bush for failing to do or say American interests.president" challenge to 1A Leigh Hall Room 207
more about gas prices, with Rep. Dante Fascell,
i D-Fla., House Foreign Affairs Committee chairman, Both Dole and Mitchell said they expected Bush Applications can be picked up at Florida Field Gate 13 or at the
I suggesting the president was "a little too polite." would formally inform Congress that he had sent Student Government Office on the 3rd floor of the Reitz Union.
Senate Democratic leader George Mitchell, D- troops to the Middle East The War Powers Resolution DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: AUGUST 29 at 4:00: p.m.
Maine, said he sent a letter urging Attorney General gives the president 48 hours to tell Congress he has For more information contact: Joey Todd 392-1665 or 3359070AIRFORCEROTCMAY
Dick Thornburgh to investigate whether oil com- introduced forces into an area of imminent or actual
panies are using the Iraqi invasion as an excuse to hostilities.sor .

at UF this summer,said he was ant Kuwaiti currency to the weak
KUWAITfrom not too surprised Iraq attacked Ku- Iraqi dinar, showed Hussein has BE IN YOUR FUTURE
page 1 wait. far reaching goals which may be
*I believe it was only a matter of more than economic.
a nationally televised address from YOUR CAMPUS.There .
time Bar-SlmovTov said,describe
Kuwait with of
an area 6,880
the Oval Office.
ing Kuwait as an "easy target" for square miles, is about the size of

Yaacov Bar-Simov Tov,a professor Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. New Jersey,,
of international relations at Hebrew Bar-Simov Tov also said Iraq's are some collegesand
University in Jerusalem anda move to annex Kuwait, during United Press International contributed .. universities where Air Force
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COARfrom page 1 Rape programs

their time and see Mental Health patients as well as
patients, he said. of UF's strongest rape programs have endured admin
COAR and SARS founder Claire Walsh said the separationof istrative changes and financial instability during the last 10 cut

the two groups will place heavy limitations on the pro- years, and group officials say problems don't seem to end.

grams. Because SARS therapists are busy handling a double DEBBIE CENZIPER
caseload of mental health and SARS patients, there may not 1981 SARS created Claire Walsh decides UF needs a place Alligator Staff Writer
be enough educators to make COAR presentations this fall, where rape victims could turn for support and counseling.
she said. Although some say two of UPs rape programsare

"It's impossible to be amazing now because being hacked apart by uncaring administrators,
programs they 1982 COAR created Walsh decides to create a sister program
won't be working together as a team," Walsh said. where rape victims and their counselors could talk about rape the acclaimed creator of the programs says rape
Competent therapists and educators also groups are under attack on campuses nationwide.
may fear the way and conduct educational seminars for students.
the two programs shift around at UF, Walsh said. COAR Claire Walsh, who started Campus Organized
officials never wanted to be Against Rape and .the Sexual Assault Recovery
moved from SARS, they only
1984 Walsh requests two more SARS therapists to meet the Increased -
wanted to be controlled and supported by students, and not patient demand, but former Infirmary director Richard Service, said colleges across the country are afraid
administrators, she said. their programs will be weakened.
Shaara says many Infirmary positions need to be cut and SARS
But Student Body President Michael Browne said COAR can't receive more Rape program officials "absolutely appalled"that
wanted to become a student group and disengage itself from any money. the COAR program, which many other pro-
the Infirmary, and it can't go back now. The Infirmary is a grams are modeled after, can have so many prob-
1987 Student Government cuts COAR's budget from $33,000 to
lems she said.
student health care service and COAR officials can't run in ,
$9,000 and tells COAR to look for from the Infirmary. With
and out of the Infirmary to talk to SARS officials because the money College campuses, including Syracuse, Cornell,
therapists "have a job to do," Browne said. the loss of support, COAR officials predict an end to their Princeton, Rutgers, University of Minnesota and

And although there must be communication between the program. state universities of New York all recently have

two programs, if SARS therapists want to help COAR, they protested against rape and universities' latent re-
must be the ones to contact COAR, Browne said. 1988 Infirmary officials consider whether SARS would be better sponses to the problem.
Despite what COAR and run under the umbrella of Mental Health Services. Officials said senior class
SARS officials say, Browne said Rutgers' president and creator of
administrators certainly aren't ignoring rape. because of SARS' low-patient demand and budgeting problems, the universities' Students Against Sexual Harass
"It seems no one's ever satisfied Browne said. "It's only the Infirmary could better handle the program. Irate SARS ment and Assault program is suing Rutgers for not
because of the sensitivity of the issue that has allowed this therapists and patients say they don't want to be under the Infir taking action after she reported she was raped.

to go on so long. To say that anyone is insensitive would be mary's authority. Acting Infirmary director Alicia Maun decidesnot French and science dual-major Christine Cover-
very untruthful." to combine SARS with the Infirmary. Mental Health director dale said because she told university police four

Polycn said COAR wanted to go under SG, but if both Roger Keroack says merging Is not the answer because the months after the rape occurred, administratorssaid
programs are effective, they should work together. SARS staff Is specialized and would not adapt well to the it was too late to do anything. Coverdale said

Former student Sen. Charlie Grapski, president of the changes. she started SASHA, which now has 400 members,
newly formed Coalition of Concerned Students, said that not to help future rape victims, but is still trying to
only is Kellett trying to cripple women's programs, but 1989 COAR Is denied $4,000 for "COAR WEEK" by SG and overcome university oppression.
administrators above him are making the calls. Splitting asks the Infirmary for the money. Infirmary director Boyd Kellett Coverdale said she wants to expand SASHA,
COAR and SARS is a direct attempt to weaken the programs, says the money must come from COAR's budget and denies the which is supported by student fees, to join with

he said. request. other rape programs on campus, but so far, the
He said administrators don't want to recognize rape as an university has squelched her efforts.
Issue on UF's campus because that scares students' parents. 1990 SG decides to fully support COAR and the group receives They've said they don't have to listen to me
Grapski said group members want to urge students to get 16000. COAR officials say they're being separated from SARS because I'm a nobody," Coverdale said. "My rape
involved with the on-going COAR-SARS controversy because.it's and the two groups will be weakened. SARS Is placed under was all a big cover,up."

an asexual problem, not just a women's problem. Mental Health and Is no longer an Independent program. About 29 angry Princeton students staged a
"(Patients) are afraid the programs won't be there for day-and-a-half sit-in the university president's of-

them," he said. "If these programs die, they'll be victimized SOURCE:ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORTS
all over again." see Programs, page 7


SARSfrom quired to see Mental Health patients
in their "additional time,"
WANTED Readers' advocateHave 1
: page they won't have to if their sched-

Former Student Sen. Charlie ules are full with SARS patients,

you ever felt like The Alligator didn't care about your gripes? e n Grapski, founder of the group Coalition Keroack said."While .
of Concerned Students, said we've been bringing this
Like the paper was just a group of irresponsible students whodidn't a
Kellett wanted SARS moved into there has
simply new system play,
if did something ? Well, couldn't be
care they wrong you "
under his domain to save the Infirmary been some confusion, Keroack
further from the truth. And this semester, The Alligator is looking money and to keep from have said. "Ifs hard to predict what the

for a readers' advocate to prove that point. Someone who can i ing to hire more Mental Health long-term changes will do."

criticize .. in writing .. decisions the paper makes. We'll even pay Zip e+ ;h << therapists. UF President John Lombardi!
the person. Kellett runs the Infirmary like a said he realizes there's some con
\ business, without caring about students troversy between SARS and the
//1\ .. *' Grapski said. Infirmary, but administrators only
The Alligator is looking for a student majoring in journalism or one) Nh
Kellett said combining SARS wanted to provide SARS with more
who has experience in the field to serve as the paper's first ,
therapists with Mental Health there support by putting it under theInfirmary's
ombudsman. A senior is preferred, but sophomores with
junior or y apists is "like a merger" and now jurisdiction,
the proper background will be considered. Responsibilities include .. ,, there is cooperation and communi- SARS,which had an office on the
attending afternoon news meetings Sunday through Friday and ray, cation between the two groups. second floor of the Infirmary, still

writing one weekly He said he blames any problems has the same office and therapists,
column.'Q SARS therapists may have with the only now UF will be accountablefor

If you're interested, fill out the form below and drop it in theeditor's &::::;: change on a rough transitional pe- the group, Lombardi! said.
riod. Kellett said he's holding meet "We wanted to bring SARS
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1105 W Ave.
box in The Alligator newsroom, University "uw.
ings to iron out the differences under the umbrella of all our normal
across the street from Barnett Bank. The deadline. 5 p.m. Friday,Aug. 1Q between the staff. health-related operations,"
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r--------------------. COAR and SARS founder Claire Lombardi! said.
I Name: 1 Walsh said everything Kellett In the past, UF gave SARS

I Address: ? / promised wasn't going to happen money and didn't have any control
1 Telephone: ,' after SARS was moved, is happen over where it was spent-now the
Major/Minor: ', < ing now. Walsh said her positionhas Infirmary has authority over SARS,
I ..' been changed from SARS di- he said.
'1 / rector to SARS therapist. "I recognize that there
i Journalism classes or other experience (attach sheet if necessary): .I "
"We're being hidden in Mental conflicts, Lombardi! said,
1 Health, but I'm going to continueas adding that if people who were not
1I. / I've always done," Walsh said. involved in the SARS change be-
I. Please list any outside organizations you are involved in that might cause a conflict of interest if / "I'm.very. committed." lieve the new system doesn't work,

1 you worked for The Alligator/ including, but not limited to, political campaigns, Student Acting Chief of Mental Health UF will fix It.Lombardi.
1 Government or city and county government: / Roger Keroack said SARS was also said that not
i 1 moved under Mental Health because enough women fill top administrative -

I 1 therapists weren't workingas positions and UF needs to re-
much as they could. ,cruit women to those positions,
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you're waiting for the flood waters of

Wednesday's storm to dry, find a not-so-wet place to sit o

F and read the summer's last edition of...

Darts & laurelsDART MR CHEflP

to Student Senate for voting down an amend- all

ment to Student Government election laws that would t

have allowed candidates to get their name and their is-

sues out before the official campaigning time begins.

SG's campaign period is something SG types take very

seriously. They don't want any party to get an unfair

edge, so they write and enforce very strict laws to keep
candidates from campaigning before a certain day.

Sounds fair. And it is. After all, who wants colored

flyers stuffed in their faces all year round?
But this amendment to the laws would have allowed A S

candidates to tell students who they are and what they

stand for, without formally asking students to vote for

That doesn't mean candidates would be in the Tur-

lington Hall courtyard two months before the elections,

telling anyone they can grab who they are. It just means is
candidates would have more time to make their names Iraqi attack unjust imperialismIf

known to students.
Iraq's imperialist leader Saddam Hussein and his
Senators didn't like this plan and they defeated it by an army's two-day take-over romp across Kuwait doesn't -James Lowy

overwhelming majority. But then, most of them don't have all of your neck hairs standing on end, consider I
need it. They were elected through the Greek system, this. Egypt's bad boy war monger of the 50s, Gamal N THE LEFT LANEArabia

which puts up its own parties and rounds up the housesto Abdel Nasser, took young Saddam under his wing, though knee-deep in oil, have only 60,000
significantly impressed by the fact that Hussein, at
put their people in office each semester. troops and 800 tanks-the combined military powerof
age 22, was one of ten insurgents who attempted to
Instead, senators extended the period that parties can assassinate Iraq's dictator Abdel Karim Kassam. a mortgaged hotel on Baltic Avenue.
campaign from 1 1/2 weeks to 2 1/2 weeks. So now stu- Saddam Hussein is not to be confused with Jordan's President Bush, neck hairs bristling, has declaredthe
U.S. will not tolerate the threatto
dents can have more colored paper thrown at them for a King Hussein, who limits his muscle flexing to per- our energy interests. This puppet statement regimes is or quite bold,
sonally performing daredevil stunts above large
longer period. especially coming from Bush, who missed the final
crowds with new attack helicopters. King Hussein'sevil
The extended campaign time doesn't do much for stu- twin used chemical weapons on Iranian troops two minutes of the fourth quarter of the Cold War

dents, except give them a week more to get sick of look- during the Iran-Iraq war, but not before trying them while covering up his family's intimate involvementwith
the S&L crisis.
ing at color-coordinated T-shirts, wooden signs and out on thousands of Iraqi Kurds, a minority Saddam
balloons.But does not favor. He also punishes any dissent with So far,America has joined a European ban on trade
the shot down would have done death. How are those neck hairs? Still limp? with Iraq and a U.N. resolution to halt all trade.
plan senators a lot 'ineffectual
too often
Unfortunately, embargoes are
The new Hitler of the Middle East threatens the
for students and the politicians who need it most the sovereignty of the entire region. He has deposed the because a commodity such as oil will always find a

independents. The ones who don't have lots of money to Kuwaiti government Installed a puppet regime, and market.As .
print flyers and T-shirts, but who would appreciate the op- now has forces amassed on the northern border of U.S. troops and planes flood Saudi Arabia on
portunity to simply tell someone what they stand for. I Saudi Arabia, site of some of the most valuable. oil real request to unmortgage that hotel,current wisdom also
estate on Earth. favors a naval blockade of the Persian Gulf, a certainact
LAUREL to SG for working with the new ACT UP Now that Hussein has gone gun happy, America of war which would provide teeth to the embargo.As .
Gainesville chapter. The group, called the AIDS CoalitionTo faces a crisis that's already sent the stock market long as we're at war, we should bomb a few of
Unleash Power, sometimes uses radical tactics to plummeting 200 points and retail oil prices up 11 centsa their oil rigs,with the courtesy collect call in advance
draw the public's attention to the AIDS crisis. gallon. The only encouraging news is that Hussein recommending evacuation. Anyone remember the
stands to Khomeini Iranian jet that shot of planes down, then we
replace and Khadafy as the first one our
An SG who attended ACT UPGainesville's
representative bombed the Oil ? No wonder current
terrorist, media-darling of the 90s, showing up on Kharg platform
first meeting last Thursday said he wants to toilet paper and dart boards In novelty shops. Iranian leader Rafsanjani is a moderate. That should

work with the group to organize an AIDS awareness day Hussein will be difficult to stop if he wants to waltz send Saddam home, unless he's packing a nuke.

at UFo into Saudi Arabia. Iraq, with its battle-tested army of Who was that quack predicting the"end of history"a

We're glad to see times have changed. In 1982, UF's 941,000 men and 5,500 tanks,has nonnuclear military few months back? He clearly overlooked a restless
strength equal to Israel and Syria's combined. Iraq population of one beyond Eastern Europe, over in
Lesbian and Gay Society was kicked out of its Reitz
owns Boardwalk, Park Place and Pennsylvania Baghdad, who was saluted at college age for an
Union third-floor office and told it "did not serve the Avenue, and a roll of seven will bring it to FREE attempted assassination.

university as a whole." PARKING and all that oil field loot. Kuwait and SaudiDITOR James Lowy is a second-year law student

SG seems to be more enlightened on these kinds of is- "'DI :+.. ; ): _
sues every day. We hope students form a campus group 1. I

soon of people who believe in alternative lifestyles. And
work without help.
Debate is centeredon being harassed. A parallel example might
we hope that this time can work together.
everyone Harassed by the class bully, a vic-
wrong issues The protesters take issue, not timized child finally decides to
with employers'rights,but with the speak out and reports the incidentsto
Editor I am writing in response to violation of employees' human his teacher. Well, turns out the
Dr. William Toreki's letter, "Ac rights. Five employees were "laid teacher follows Litchfield's ex-
alligatorEditor tivist groups speak for few." off without pay"-effectively fired ample and gives the victim a week's
they reported being vic

Judy A. Plunkett I sincerely hope that he is one tims of or witnessing sexual harass- suspension from recess.
Managing Editor Opinions Editor of the vocal minorities of which he ment. This is the issue not guiltor No one is attempting to violate
speaks.I believe he has missed the hope only
innocence employers' rights; they
on anyone's part, but
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella main point at issue in"the Litchfield the fact that these people were to protect those of the employees.This .
Letter Policy Cinema situation." The issue has punished for refusing to be silent is not a case of who was using
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one a-by-10 PH). They should be nothing to do with the question of victims. "anyone has the right to whom,but of intimidation and viola-
typed double-spaced: end lpwd They should Include a typed mm, address end telephone whether a rape actually occurredor hire and/or fire tion of basic human rights.
be withheld V the writer shows- tl anybody they damn
number. Name win Just MUM. you hv any question cD It
the editorial peje editor it,37M4M., not. centers on the fact that well please," then no one's rightsare Annamarl Cairo l
every human being has the right to secure. TEDI

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PROGRAMSfrom Members of the group, called
page 5 Restore Sexual Violence Program,
8 have said the university is unsym-
8 Talki.g
ji flee in April and demanded the pathetic to their needs and is not
: university hire another full-time doing enough for rape victims.
counselor for its Sexual Harass-
.\, ment-Assault Advising Resource The university has organized a
: AhlllI Education program. task force to study campus sexual
assault issues.
Princeton press officer Jacque-
lyn Savani said students felt admin- Walsh said universities tend to
I' istrators were ignoring their pleas ignore rape because traditionallyit's
? for another rape counselor. Stu- a taboo subject and it may scare
dents also wanted to add education off potential new students. With
S Alh programs and expand their SHARE more competition among universities -
.1" Ig<r program,she said. to recruit qualified students,
.f administrators don't want to Introduce
"It's been very difficult for the
the words and violence
administration to understand why
'... Display, Afttrlising. they wanted a full-time position," into orientation, she said.
1\ Savant! said.University. But parents would rather find a
; school that's well-informed and
,_ of Minnesota stu-

f'' : 3 G-USZ their dents rape-recovery formed a group program to restore,after that rather issue takes than,Walsh preventative a school said.that measures ignoresthe

administrative cuts were made,
eliminating the program's peer "People today are pretty well Informed -
counseling and crisis center, the and recognize rape education
Minnesota Daily reported. as a serious obligation."
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I' 2,000 Degrees Will Be Awarded At Summer UNIVIHIA I

Commencement Saturday ; Allen To SpeakAbout

2,000 University of Florida Y! _
students will receive degrees at summer .J, \... 006w F1
commencement ceremonies at theO'Connell '. Produced by UF Information and Publications Services.355
t Center at 10 a.m. Saturday.More Tigert Hall and paid for at usual advertising rates to corn
munlcate official notices and
important Information to
than 1,400 students are expected to students,faculty and Stan Call 392 0188 Information,
participate in the ceremony.
I The commencement speaker is Francis / .nw t
Alfred Allen, who has held the Hubert C. y M
Hurst Eminent Scholar Chair in the UF
College of Law since 1986. Allen came to New Faculty

UF from the University of Michigan, irkBIRCHFIELD
where he was the Edson R. Sunderland Orientation Set
4 Professor of Law and former law school
dean. Considered one of America's
premier legal educators, he has taught at JONES MANNING ALLEN For Aug. 23An
Northwestern University, Harvard
and the of orientation program, sponsored by
University University Chicago.
Allen has served as a consultant for the since he came to UF in 1956. After promotions Blue Key Distinguished Faculty Award. UF's Office of Academic Affairs, for new

U.S. Department of Justice and the President's to associate and full professorships, DISTINGUISHED ALUMNIThe faculty and Administrative and Profes-
Commission on Law Enforcementand he was awarded Distinguished Service university will present Distin- sional staff members will be held Thurs-
the Administration of Justice.TEACHERSCHOLAR Professor status. He was chemistry depart- guished Alumni Awards to Ernest Man- day, Aug. 23, at 1:30: p.m. in the Reitz
ment chairman from 1968 until 1973.Jones Union Auditorium.
and William Birchfield.
taught at the University of Southern ning Jr. for his academic and athletic UF President John Lombardi! will
William Jones, chemistry professor and California, where he received his doc- achievement Recognized while student at UF, Man- welcome attendees and Introduce UF Provost
winner of UF's 1990 faculty Teacher- torate. He received his master's from the a Andrew Sorensen as well as UF vice
Scholar Award, will be honored at com- University of Georgia and his bachelor's ning will be recognized as a Distinguished presidents, deans and directors. Advance
Alumnus for his as a
mencement for his teaching, research and from Union University. His numerous naval officer school principal, school registration is not required. Call Cheryl
involvement. has servedon awards include the American Chemical ,
university Jones and dedicated Combs, 392-1308, for more information.
more than 20 committees and boards Society Florida Award and the Florida superintendent Florida. After receiving his bachelor's supporterof Preceding the program, the Division of

degree, Manning served with distinction University Personnel Services will con-
during World War t and the Korean War. duct two half-hour information sessions
: Schedules Given For Break ; He rose to the rank of Lieutenant Com- describing retirement benefits for faculty
and members 9-month
mander and completed 20 years of serviceas ASP staff on con-
will be held from
I Fall Term Starts Aug. 27 education a reserve he officer.served as In the the Alachua field of County tracts.12:30: to The 1 p.m.sessions and from 1 to 1:30: p.m.

superintendent of schools for eight in Rooms B-74 and B-75 of the Reitz

Monday, Aug. 13, through Friday, Aug. 24, will be the semester break period for Board and served on the Alachua County Union. For more information Personnel, contact Ser-
I. the University. Classes will not be in session, and most campus offices will be of Education after retirement from John McAvoy, University
vices associate director 392-1213.
,: operating on revised schedules.The break is not a holiday period for UF employees. established administration. Manning ,
'" Fall term classes will begin Monday, Aug. 27. the Gator Heritage Fund and
organized the Grand Old Gator Club in
LIBRARIESLibraries 1988, which reunited more than 100 Grad School Hosts
East and West and the Marston Science Library will be closed Aug. 11-12; former UF athletes.

open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Aug. 13-17; closed Aug. 18-19; open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Aug. Birchfield is recognized for his continu- For TAs
20-24; closed Aug. 25-26. ing service to UF and the state of Florida. Programs ,
The Law Library will be closed Aug. 11-12; open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Aug. 13-17; After graduation, he served as a United
closed Aug. 18-19; open 8 a.m:to 5 p.m., Aug. 20-21; open 7:30: to 11:30: p.m., Aug. States naval officer aboard the U.S.S. Foreign StudentsThe
20-23; open 7:30: a.m. to 11 p.m., Aug. 24; open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., Aug. 25; open Zellers. After returning to law school at
11 a.m. to 11:30: p.m., Aug. 26. UF, he began his career in public service.He Graduate School is sponsoring two
The Health Science Center Library will be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Aug. 11; open was re-elected to the Florida House of orientation programs this month-one for
2 p.m. to midnight, Aug. 12; open 8 a.m. to midnight, Aug. 13-17; closed Aug. 18-19; Representatives in 1970 and was reelectedin foreign students and one for fall-term
Il open 8 a.m. to midnight, Aug. 20-24; open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Aug. 25; open 2 p.m.to 1972. Birchfield also served as the presi-- graduate assistants.
midnight, Aug. 26. dent and trustee of the Child Guidance Foreign students are invited to an orien-

REITZ UNION Clinic, as a member of the board of tation program, co-sponsored by the

The Reitz Union building will be open 7 a.m. to midnight, Aug. 11; open 7 a.m. trustees of the Florida Agricultural Center for International Student and
Scholar Services, from 8:30: a.m. noon
to 11 p.m., Aug. 12-26. The game room will be open from 4 to 11 p.m., Aug. 11-22 Museum Association and as president of Audit-
on Aug. 21 in the Reitz Union
the UF Law Center Association Board of
and from noon to 11 p.m., Aug. 23-24. Downie
orium. CISSS Director Richard
Trustees. He chairmanof
currently serves as
L FOOD SERVICES the Board of Trustees for the UF Health will welcome students and introduce
The Reitz Union Snack Bar will be open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Aug 11; open 7 a.m. Science Center-Jacksonville,a position he representatives from the Graduate
to 3 p.m., Aug. 12-17; open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Aug. 18; open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., has held for the past five years. School, Volunteers for International Stu-
Aug. 19-24. The Reitz Union Cafeteria will be closed Aug. 10-19; open during lunch dent Affairs, Gainesville Council for In-
and dinner hours, Aug. 20-24; closed Aug. 25-26. The Orange and Brew is closed ROTC COMMISSIONSNavy ternational Friendship, University Police
for renovations until fall semester. ROTC commissioning ceremonieswill Department, Graduate Student Union
O'CONNELL CENTER & FLORIDA GYM be held at 11:30: a.m. Saturday in the and Student Health Care Center.
Reitz Union Ballroom. The is Rear New graduate assistants-including
I, The O'Connell Center building and track will be open noon to 6p.m., Aug. 11-12; Admiral speaker ,
Eugene Conner, vice chief of teaching assistants, laboratory proctors
open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Aug. 13-17; open noon to 6 p.m., Aug. 18-19; open 8 a.m. naval education and training, PensacolaAir graders or graduate assistants who are
L to 6 p.m., Aug. 20-24; open noon to 6 p.m., Aug. 25-26. For daily pool schedules, Station. Three midshipmen and six of- otherwise working with undergraduates -
call 392-5505. The weight room will be open 2 to 9:30: p.m., Aug. 10; closed Aug. ficer candidates will be commissioned.Air -are required to attend an orienta-
11-26; open 2 to 9:30: p.m., Aug 27. The weight room in the Florida Gym will be L007 Tur-
closed Aug. 11. Force commissioning ceremonies tion from 1 to 4 p.m.Aug. 20 in
will be held in 208 Van Fleet Hall im- lington Hall. For more information and
STUDENT HEALTH CARE CENTER mediately following graduation ceremon- registration,call the Office of Instructional

The Student Health Care Center will be closed Aug. 11; open noon to 4 p.m., ies. Seven cadets will be commissioned. Resources, 3922010.Reception-.
Aug. 12; open 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m., Aug. 13-17;closed Aug. 18; open noon to 4 p.m.,
Aug. 19; open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Aug. 20-24; open noon to 4 p.m., Aug. 25-26. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION TodayFor

.: The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) evening escort service will operate commencement College of Education pre- Summer GradsSummer

from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. through Aug. 10 and resume operations 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., Aug. 19. graduates will be convocation held Friday for at 5 summer p.m. in graduates are invited to a special:/!

PARKING Norman Hall Auditorium. The speaker is' reception in.their honor today at 5 p.m. in

Decal restrictions will be lifted in all areas Aug. 13-21, except for Blue One areas; Cecil Mercer, 1990 Teacher of the Year for the President's Box, Ben Hill Griffin
Orange Two areas south of Black Hall; >special areas behind Tigert Hall, Norman Hall the College of Education. A reception in Stadium, where UP President John Lombar-
and the Infirmary lots and Schucht and Diamond Villages. Meter enforcement will Norman Courtyard will follow. All educa- di will offer personal congratulations.
be lifted in all areas except} the Health Center Aug. 13-21. All Individual reserved tion faculty, staff, students and students' The president is encouraging studentsto
spaces, service drives, handicap spaces and no-parking zones are enforced at all times. guests are invited to attend. attend the reception since he must miss
commencement due to the NCAA
tions Committee hearing on Aug. 11. _
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Take 'em or : Old waned in popularity, did you your closet (on vinyl not on cassette and definitelynot

),. : on to your last pair, clinging to the on CD),if you've refused to trash those bell
! bottoms or snip that Farrah Fawcett hairdo (just incase
:; desperate hope that the wide-legged fashion
leave em ),then this might be the story for you.
would rise ? How about
statement again your
Maybe it's better to bean outdated leader thanan
; favorite,pair of acid-wash jeans you wore to in-vogue follower. After all,it's hell keeping in

trends will school every other day? And long after it was Step with the times. It's hard work. And you

: cool to be country, were you still perfectingyour -'wandered how fashion slaves stay so fit. But even

Urban Cowboy image, tuning in to the ,if you prefer to let sleeping dogs lie,it's still fun to
be trends jI j jI boot-kickin' country hits station? Meanwhile, l laugh at those who so valiantly try to stay on the
I Michael Jackson and Duran Duran were the cutting edge.
I Some call them fads-choose your own label-
I I coolest things around. but these are the trends to watch for. Don't go
I I Even after disco was mercilessly dead and out fall wardrobe
picking ,your new just yet,
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buried,did you crank "Stayin' Alive" and "Macho thoughu/One of the neat things about trends,

BYJEREMY"HELLIGAR Man" full blast on your Walkman just so,that no .' especially'trendy trends, is that they're here today,
< :!' one would think were behind the times?,Or:
;'; you r gone tomorrow.What you read on these pages
i : f' do you still find yourself whistling "Boogie Oogie '
; : might yesterday's s news by the time you find a
Oogie" when you think no one's listening? at the mall But in it's
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lirrriwilr ulre rWilrri rrti
a would by following "The Love teemed Tracy Cabot, all men are your irresistible "spell," the man- join every man-dominated club irithe
Plan" outlined In Tracy Cabot, either visual, auditory or feelings- target would be "totally devastated tri-state area, etc. But the real
mum Ph.D.'s book How To Make A Man oriented. Once your man's type is by any following rejection. capper is her instructions for find-
Fall In Love With You. figured out, the properly with-it "Weaving a spell is a powerfultool ing Mr. Easily Manipulated In the
MAKE A Never quite explaining in what woman can speak to the poor sap ," she writes. "It can help you local church. She warns that, "He
capacity Mrs. Cabot Is a Ph. D., in his own "Love Language," land the man of your dreams, or it, probably won't want to get caught
e A this do-it-yourselfer instruction which boils down to either using can break his heart. Use it respon staying over at your place doing
guide for lonely and unloved the word "see," "hear," or "feel"in sibly." any overtly racy acts that could
vFALLWITH women everywhere guarantees the as many sentences as possible.By Don't laugh, man-thing. Your possible get gossip started." Gee,
effectiveness of its rigorously using this mindlessly simple, vulnerable, trembling heart couldbe Tracy,what else is there to do witha
detailed Love Plan. As Cabot her- blow-by-blow guide as their ripped out by the nearest dog man-object?
self says, "No one who has used Handbook of Love, every homely, who has read this priceless fountain I am personally affronted that
The Love Plan system has failed to cross-eyed, wart-nosed, fat chick of love-type information.And this book seeks to categorize all
1, YOU make the man they want fall in out there will be able to worm her women as man-hungry
love with them." way into some pitiful excuse for a what exactly is The Love desperadoes who would trade
So,all men everywhere, no mat man's heart by simple discriminatory Plan, you ask? Well, first, one self-worth and ego for the unfathomable
ter what their IQ or annual income verb usage. Or so the needs to study chapter three benefits of the com
are vulnerable to the cheap, "doctor" claims. "Your Personal Man Plan." One panionship of some stupid, old,
tacky tactics outlined in this Total man-capture is assured by needs to hone one's ideal Man slothful, pampered-silly, over-
demeaning excuse for an objectivelook following the techniques Requisites down so that one does weight, pizza-eating, cigarsmoking
How To Make A Man Fall In Love With at human relationships and delineated in such chapters as not irresponsibly go and dazzle beer-guzzling, gas-passing,
t You the improvement thereof? Scary "Anchoring Your Love," "GettingHim some incompatible fool into feel illiterate Gorgeous Ladies of
Tracy Cabot thought.This To Do What You Want In ing sheer and undying love for Wrestling fanatic.If I want to hang
Wear fishnet and change your book goes on to reduce all Bed" and "Casting a Spell." This out with someone like that, I'll just
you.Next visit dad.
name to Lollipop. Invest in scarlet men on the face of the planet into last chapter begs for elaboration: on the agenda is chapterfour go my
lipstick, nail polish and garter three distinct groups and Cabot warns of unwise "spell" "Your Search Plan." Cabot
belts. You'd be just as likely to they're not blondes, brunettes andOK usage. gives the usual advice-go to the DY I KATHY VALLADARES

people. This is it. The was difficult to see anything, unless known played Saturday night at One word of advice to the
is coming to a you stood on a chair and the Hardback.Yeah, the place was workers at T.J.'s: When the time
and for two weeks risked having your head sawed off packed again, but a few more for drinking has come to an end,
you'll have to look elsewhere for the by a ceiling fan.Or you could have people decided to hang outside. there must be a more subtle ap-
latest word on entertainment in dared to stand up front, but was Over at T.J. Morrissey's on Sun proach than "You better finish it
Gainesville. These are famous last it really worth the risk? day night, reggae group Inity up before eleven, or I'm gonna
words. Enjoy them while you can. Guess what the DJ at MFP played to a far from packed house. have to take it away from you."
If you missed, the N Dolphin played Friday night? Remember Inity's front man put on quite a And to just walk up to a paying
show at the Hardback Cafe last "White Lines" by Grandmaster visual display! complete with patron and, without a word, con-
Melle Mel! and the Furious Five? fiscate her drink is
Thursday, too bad. If you did ven- crotch-grabbing, a la Madonna. inexcusablyrude.
ture by, you probably discoveredthat Apparently a lot of people did. Ironically, Ms. Blonde Ambitionwas A more human approach is
r the best (and coolest) seats in The dance floor was packed. cursing up a storm on HBO at in order. Just a lesson in decent
the house were outside. Inside it Aleka'i Attic and Tone Un- about the same time. behavior. Take it or leave it.

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Okay, guys, this is it- the end of another summer and the end of an era. Since i Gathering Lounge Merlin(1332-
the spring of '89 the APPLAUSE Hotline has been lighting up your Thursdays.Five J. Hardback Cafe What Anne

semesters later, your laughter continues to be heard around the world. i Likes and Dear John (Thurs), Rain

When the hotline debuted on February 9, 1989, APPLAUSE left UF students Sanction and Toast (Fri), Naomi's
Hair and Hazel Syllabus (Sat)
themselves -
everywhere asking t n

1 tion: Who's that immortal cuter? ques-"Kissable" Lillians Beat Street ((372-1010]
P+ *Hm [I Market Street Pub Dancing
j nr / Horse (Fri, Sat) ((377-2927]
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J Metropolis Pato Banton (Fri),

Both were candidates for student body president, and Class Camels(Tues),Love Tractor
better to do. (Thurs) ((1-355-6410 in Jax)

Next came the now-legendary ( ) (Wed Band) Napolatono's Cary Cordon
i (Thurs),Tammy Murray (Fri,Sat),
APPLAUSE l II the weekly Most of the ]
joke" Richie Bertone (Sun) ((332-6671))
entertainment supplement to under-age drinkers woe I t cheated ( ),.
Independent Florida/ Alligator. i
the eyes and ears of alnesvlllei weekends because of the APPLAUSE ( ) ((378- Richenbacher's Inside Out

Jeremy helligar age drinking. Only the comments of"a t ((Thurs), Pill Pill (Fri, Sat), Mr.

the)brain>> of appUusei ing female" and "a tough-talking Jets Whoopee (Tues), The Band That
devise m.reagan ( ) [ ] Never Was (Wed) ((375-5363)
enough to print. So much for clean-cut I i

lege folks. Reggae artist Palo Banton will

I _Hotline comments :weren't.always so obscene. Sometimes they 4 be performing at Central City

able. And sometimes they' got 4F Wednesday with opening act Peter
F Banton, of
Spence. one reggae's
downright funny.Remember .
IM 00D rising sons,recently released WIlE
this summer when AP- C UPI/,a collection of social,emotional -

PLAUSE dared to ask which musicalact CC and spiritual reggae songs.

you most loathe. No.1 by an over- V Doors open at 9 p.m., and ticketsare
00 $8.50 and available at the door.
whelming majority was New Kids on
Only those 18 'and older with
the Block. Andy said it best: "The 4 proper ID will be admitted.

toilet is from whence they came,so it's Central City is located at 201 W.

to whence they should return." 4 University Ave. Call 374-8002 for
Y info.
Nicole was no kinder. "They should more
i Guild will be featuring the work of Cindy
be stricken from radio and MTV
will be presenting unique wall hangings
forever she said. "I 1 think
they're that combine weaving, leather work and
1 prepubescent, nasty people." Guild is located at 806 W. University Ave.

I That brings us to last week's ques- Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. Call

tion. We asked you to tell us the fun-

niest thing you did this summer. is being conducted Monday nights at 7:30:

Listen to what one caller had to say: OFFNEXXUS'R Theatre. Robert Cichon, director of
associate director with the Geese
"The funniest thing I did was try and
theater workshop using masks,biomechanics
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and I kept getting this very strange
Exhibit" will continue at the Thomas
message. I don't know who you are, through August 12. Artists from the

but you've got a great sense of their work in this annual summer event.
humor." Sounds like someone had a '
will begin on August 19 and continue
lame summer. Peter Murphy just loves APPLAUSE. jj the Main Gallery. Artists from the original

Well, folks, that's all for now. issue. Art will exhibit their recent work.

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the CONTINUED Hippest movementThe FROM COVER closing in on the.CUTTING

latest craze might just be the latest

craze, but it just may be the only hope .

1 left for Planet Earth. A year ago,
environmentalism could have been

accurately described as a fringe L *** l *-* -L**** L***

movement, but for many people in

Gainesville and all over the country it's
now a way of life. "Walk don't run"

( may have been the philosophy for the
fitness-crazed '80s folk, but for the '90s :

conservationist, "Ride a bike don't

drive" might be more fitting.

Recycling is cool again. At TurlingtonHall

between Library East and West andat

other locations on the UF campus,

places are available to deposit aluminum
( soda cans for recycling. Even the music

I industry is getting into the
conservationist mood. Midnight Oil used

only recycled paper for the inserts of the

/ Blue Sky Mining album. And like the

mid-'80s, 1990 is shaping up to be an era

of charity records. Only this time hunger

isn't the enemy; destruction of the

environment is. By now, the words

"made from recyclable paper" are a

stranger to no one's eyes.

Now the retail industry has been swept

into the movement. Lido on West

University Avenue sells only clothes

made from non-toxic, environmentallysafe

products. And several yards away is

The Gentle Store, which also specializesin

environmentally aware products, suchas
t-shirts with slogans that advocate

saving the world. Natural curls are the trend, guys. Don't :
"For harmony with the earth and all
bother blow drying them out. And hold :
creatures/ environmental awareness, low on to those rubber bands and hair clips. :
personal and social change," are the
Ponytails on men are alive and well. :
words on The Gentle Store's
At Mane Stop on West University I
business cards. The man behind that I
Avenue "clipper cuts"longer on
philosophy is Pat Ross, the store's owner top
with everything else short is a favorite ;
and a man who has long been concerned
for men. Remember last season when all
about the fragile condition of the
the with-it "skatercuts"
guys were sporting
environment. Ross sees a somewhat Y. .
? At the bottom their hair was
faddish element to the sudden
shaved close and the top was bowl-
mainstream popularity of
shaped? It's only for skaters now, says ;
environmentalism. He it all began
of Mane More
with the Valdez oil spill in Alaska. Stop's hairstylists.
in the buzz and the
guys are blending
"Obviously the thing that got people I
Wto bowl of fade.
s making more a A
going was the oil spill, he says. "Becauseof
still safe bets for black ;
WINtf Flattops are
the pristine condition of Alaska it
finally broke through." guys, says Ima Streever, owner of Golden
Scissors West Avenue.
Some people remain truly concerned. on University
J For others it's just the cool thing to do. "For as long as Arsenio wears that hair ;
I it'll still be in she
style, says. ;
"I I think it is a fad for a lot of people-
the happening thing, the in thing," Ross Crimping continues to be popular with
black women. Convertible bobs, which ,
says.A lot of businesses have sprung up Billy Snodderly is tressed for success. Short on Short moveable and flexible is the key. Elise are chin length at the sides and shorter at ;

because of the movement, Ross says. the sides, long on top and in the eyes is a Willis knows that and sports this 'do with style the middle with form to the bangs, have

Some, like his, are sincere. Others jumpedon winning look for men. and grace. caught on. Streeva says that it's only a

the bandwagon with a pure profit Whether an activist's motive is the Although Market Street Pub specializes matter of time before the "wrap" catcheson a

motive. almighty buck or saving the world, in imported beer, there's usually a supplyof with black women, too. The "wrap"style the head. ;
is short hair to
about the condition of the
concern Coors on tap. But if you want to look ;
; /f Z-H environment is an idea that has taken cool you've got to drink cool. Order an music for the masses

Bag' Gainesville and the United States by the Import or have a few swigs of their apple of ;
J \ an' Respp,,v, neck and refuses to let go. And the time cider. During these sweltering days
.' ts 'I strong says. "If ; Avenue with the windows down just Isn'tcool
"' continues to vanish as read. drink
.0 -s. you you a couple of those a
\\l Ji; % you get -or smart. When cars zoom by
... good buzz.
l'. drink that beer with windows rolled up and AC ;
".. I And if that's not enough, head down to
, Even beer guzzlers are getting into the cranking, how are you to know what
: MFP Rev
or Club X for
a couple of free ,
l is to? If think
be-kind-to-the-environment act. If you'vebeen everyone listening you
: drafts. It's the
happening thing around
to a party where the host or hostess I Gainesville. "radio sucks" or find Billboard's Hot 100

L)I+ saved empty beer bottles and cans for I difficult reading, then you're probably ;

recycling, then you understand. If you'rethe : crowning glory clueless as to the latest music-world

keg-party type, you've probably not Moveable and flexible are the key to developments. Here's your chance to
seen too many styrofoam cups in use. this fall's catch up with the changing times.'
hairstyles, says Jeffrey Daniels
,, tnsetrvatireN,Is .8.Y But before those bottles and cans hit manager of Encore For Hair. Every year has at least one clear-cut ;

"A $iIit' the recycling bin,just what are their For women, the Twiggy look is new singing sensation. Two years ago it

, .,n:4I :- contents? If you're thinking importedbeer back, he says. Short, moveable hair.coming Soft, was Tracy Chapman. Last year Soul II ;

I ,;)<.iwl' you're on the right track Amstel loose curls nothing stiff and sprayed ,Soul defined the sound of radio.Tiffany

Light, Harp, maybe Gulness. are in vogue. And good news for those and Debbie Gibson have come and gone. ;
"It seems to be Paula Abdul; Milli Vanilll and New Kidson
'r' J.S. SULLIVAN catching on more, says with an eye on the 60s and 70s. The
II The word for the times Is 'conservation.Next Market Street Pub waitress Anna-Marie flip is back somewhat," Daniels the Block have come, but refuse to go.

. time you go to the grocery store, ask for an Menendez. "People are getting tired of For men, the look is short in back says., So Just whose is the new voice of 1990.It .

". EAR.TJH.bag. Budweiser all the time." longer in front and in the eyes, he belongs to 20-year-old songbird Mariah ;
FOUR AUGUST 9, 1990 says.
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and Faith No More should be especially .
: big. Hip hop and rap will only get bigger ..
and bigger, he says. Especially because .
more white artists are beginning to follow ..
The Beastie Boys' lead. 3rd Bass and ..
Everlast are just a few. ..
"Just like any black music that's been
popular when you get white musicians
performing it, it crosses over to a white
: audience," Wilcox says. I

Is there yy Perhaps the best bet for intense
FE dancefloor action will be dance remixes
after {
{ of classic songs. Wilcox sees this as a
: trend that's beginning to blossom. Candy
Flip'i "Strawberry Fields Forever" Is
already a favorite. Soft Cell's Tainted
Love and Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams!
+ysf sf ty : Are Made of This" have already been I
repackaged for play underneath the
strobe lights. More shocking, though, is I
the dance remix of The Eagles' mid-70s
nugget "Hotel California." Everything old
is new again.dressed .
to kill Quick, break out the Raidl
: And what will these clubgoers be
wearing as they move to the fall's smooth
groove? Lido manager Drew Eric has an
: idea. He calls it the "alternative uniform":
: a thick, black belt worn low; big black
shoes; big white socks; blue jeans and a
black, button-down shirt with a white
I 9Y."z : t-shirt underneath.
: Elsewhere on the clothing horizon,
environmentally safe natural fibers
(cotton and linen) will be the rage, says }
Lido salesperson Greg DuBois. Earth 6
: tones, blacks, leather and layered clothing
should be big too.
"Right now a lot of people are
conscious of what they use as far as ink
: and dyes," he says. They're trying to
stay away from things that hurt the :
environment and the ozone.
: Comfortable is in. Clothing you can do : The Red Hot Chili Peppers will lead us all to
: cartwheels in. Say no to spandex and skin hits"higher ground" with their upcoming greatest

F F di tight jeans. That means you. package.
,h a b a DuBois believes that the look for
q : women will be "back to the basics." Long Jll;: Lm"Et

: skirts and "new wave" accessories, suchas
wigs and ponytail hairpieces (like the -
one Madonna sports on her Blonde
J.S. SULLIVAN Ambition tour) will be popular. The
If you cant do cartwheels In It. leave it In the closet. Comfort Is for everyone. : overall look will be a lot different than

Carey. well as a double album from George the "getcha-gotcha sexy kind of look," he
: "Right now Mariah Carey is up and Michael, which Chiarito predicts will be says.Another
coming," says Robert Chiarito, assistant "huge." : key trend to look for on
manager at the Oaks Mall Record Bar. So with all this new music bombardingus women are menswear fashions, says a
"She's real hot." in the space of weeks, who will saleswoman at the Oaks Mall Body Shop.
So hot that people are already calling provide the soundtrack for the fall? Leather worn as sportswear;Jetson
her the next Whitney Houston. So Mariah Chiarito predicts that Mariah Carey's : jackets, which are fitted on top and
Carey is hot. Who's going to be hot. seven-octave pipes will serenade us well flouncy at the bottom; shoulder dusters '
Well, Jane's Addiction should be into the fall. Carey, Jane's Addiction, or, in the language of us fashion :: APPLAUSE PHOTO
releasing Ritual De La Habitual any day Prince's Graffiti Bridge soundtrack and Jon laypersons, very long earrings; and :: Some folks may say 2 Live Crew can't te "as
now. Chiarito predicts it should do for Bon Jovi ("He sells two million copies no : houndstooth prints checkered black : nasty as they warms be,'but that hasn't stopped
them what Sonic Temple did for The Cult matter what," Chiarito says about the and white fabric that when closely : them from trying. Too bad Justice William Bren I
last examined looks like checks with teeth I nan won't be around to ensure their First
year and what The Real Thing is latter) together will be the sound of the
will be the ruling styles. 4 Amendment rights. There's a scary trend. -
currently doing Faith No More."lane's .
fall.That's Over at the Oak Tree, Kurt Mailander conservativism.
Addiction will probably be a what you'll be hearing on the
million seller this time out," he says. radio. But in the clubs (at least the : looks into his fashion crystal ball and sees
"They're fairly controversial too, so. ." alternative ones) the guitar-driven dance mock turtlenecks; wide, wild-print
Jane's Addiction will have to share the sound of The Happy Mondays' "Step neckties (bolos are pretty much out of
controversy spotlight, though."Of On" should dictate what people are style, he says) and pointy-tip shoes as
course there's 2 Live Crew," dancing to, says local club manager Bruce : popular items for men. Dress shorts are 1 i
: Chiarito says. They just released Banned Wilcox. popular buys and will remain so. Earth-
In The U.S.A." The Happy Mondays incorporate dance tone colors, like burgundy and rust, and
Wait. There's more. The coming rhythms and samplers into a traditional : floral and paisley prints will dictate the
months sound On." Similar : season's look, Mailander says.
promise new product from guitar on "Step
Living Colour and The Neville Brothers. fusions will follow. Hip bags are big and baggles should
Jon Bon Jovi released his solo debut Blaze They're going to still use musicians, : stick around a little longer, says Jason
of Glory, the Young Guns II soundtrack on but they're going to use the technologythat's Gillman, another Oak Tree salesperson.
Tuesday. Also available Wilcox "Especially with MC Hammer, they'll
on deck are The Pixies today, says.
with Boss Nova, Duran Duran, LL Cool J Other bands won't want anything to do probably be a small trend," he says.
: and Bob Mould, formerly of Masker Da. with this synthesizer/purist fusion, he : Although they may be on the risky side
Front 242, The Cocteau Twins and The says. Bands like Jane's Addiction will of fashion savvy, Mailander believes that
Red Hot Chill Peppers' greatest l hits continue to play "metal beyond MTV with the right person to break them, : KAREN KUEHN
package From The Womb are all upcoming metal" short-pants suits could be the next big : New music from The Neville Brothers 1 I.
: radio fodder. Wilcox also mentions cross genre thing. forthcoming. And a tour will follow. Those who
Early September will see new records mixing as a trend that will continue to "You( don't see them," he' says. "But saw them here the last time around know they''' "
from Bob Dylan and The I Indigo Girls, as thrive. Metal rap a la Urban Dance Squad : they're on their way." in fora. treat _




H 5 y y t y a Ap, fIre from the film's Intensity.The was basically a chance for
jazz music and the relation- Hollywood's Brat Pack to play

ship conflicts offer enough enter- game of cowboys and Indians.

tainment for the film to stand on, Young Guns 11 also has an all-star

but Lee ventures down other cast of young actors, but it earns

r avenues as well, making the film more respect than the original as
r less than perfect. Bleek casually a real western, not a lame excuse

mentions how his own race fails for a sequel.

to support jazz,an attitude Lee has Emilio Estevez returns as Billy

taken publicly, but the issue is the Kid, and Kiefer Sutherlandand

never explored once it's men- Lou Diamond Phillips are at

tioned. his side again as Doc and Chavez.All .
v YL The film also falters when three Brat Packers are in rare

Giant's gambling disease inten- form, but Phillips and Sutherlandstep

e sifies. We know what's going to back and allow Estevez to

happen to the character the entire strut his acting stuff.

time, making this subplot some-
V Later this summer, the actor
: what tiresome by the time of its will appear in Men At Work,a film

resolution.Lee he wrote, directed and acts in
has once again created intriguing alongside his brother, Charlie

characters who developwith Sheen. If he puts as much energy

artistic accuracy and ener- and expertise into that project as
.. ,
1 getic detail. The only exceptionsare
r the Flatbush brothers, the

e club's owners, who are out to
DAVID LEE cheat the quintet.Their cartoonish

_ Denzel Washington/ and Cynda Williams share a magical, musical moment In Mo' Better Blues. portrayals are interesting but not

1/2/ Mo' Better Blues journey through Bleek's life witha Wesley Snipes (Major League) consistent with the style of the rest

Oaks Four EastIt long look at the peak of his plays Shadow Henderson, a sax of the film.
The film's climax is not surprising -
almost seems unfair that sucha musical career. master who threatens Bleek's
Giant's and its ending couldn't have
But it's
young individual can be so suc He has two girlfriends: Clarke gam-
that been more predictable, but its
bling mismanagement
cessful so many areas, but once (newcomer Cynda Williams), an
keeps the black cloud hoveringover flaws really have to be searchedfor.
pgamrSpike i Lee bus written, Inspiring singer who want *|
produced; directed att4. starred in .ij hance to show heSind help her the jazz quintet's future. Mo' Better Blues is a combina-
tion of Purple Rain and The Cotton
a fiWtlhat, can only considered I Indigo (] s tt Washington handles his instru-
lov'a Club. It takes place in modern day
ill' asterpiece. Lee all taken the teacher who ,. d, ment so genuinely, you'd never
Brooklyn, but is truly a timeless
iaTne ingredients of &| first three .iram: Bleek's pti riti I et know he isn't actually creating the
work of art. Despite its needless
films, mixed in Oscar-winning than anyone else. Bleek's first loveis dazzling music. And that's where
sidetracks, as a whole, the film is
actor Denzel Washington, and his music. the real magic comes from in this
to the and the
created Mo' Better Blues, a stylish film. It's not only incredible to mesmerizing eyes
His relationships with women ears.
venture about jazz and the look at, but spectacular to listento.
are not Bleek's only concern. His BYJEFFCARFIELDA
relationships between its players. .
band members also have ambi- 1/2/ Young Guns II

Washington stars as Bleek Gil- tions of their own. Giancarlo Another added pleasure is the LitchfieldIn

liam, a jazz trumpeter who lives Esposito plays suave but sensitive comedy of the late Robin Harris as 1988Young Guns came out
for his music and himself. Lee pianist Left Hand Lacey, a loyal Butterbean, the band's opening with a campaign fueled by big BEN GLASS
plays Bleek's band's manager, player trying to keep his love life stand-up comedian. His brand of egos and star power. It was a Emilio Estevez Is a sharp shooter as
Giant. The film takes a 360-dcgree free from the band's verbal abuse. comic relief takes nothing away somewhat enjoyable flick, but it Billy the Kid In Young Guns II.Player's .

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the Kid, we are in for a real treat. about Problem Child,but not for the pal. Ben's plan to rescue his really hard as nice-guy Ben, but

Estevez makes Young Guns II same reasons. Good ol' Ben Healy family spawns a climactic car the silly story doesn't make his

more than a movie. He brings a (John Ritter)and his wife Flo(Amy chase. (Can we get congressional performance matter. The script

historical perspective to his char- Yasbcck) can't have children of legislation prohibiting these?) truly betrays him in the excruciat-

acter, entertaining as well as A their own, so they turn to adop- Problem Child is not a very enjoy ingly sappy scene where he

educating. William Peterson addsto tion. But it ends up being a very able movie. It tries to pump most decides not to return Junior. Yas-

the history lesson as Pat Carrctt. wrong turn when they discover of its laughs out of a great deal of beck gives us a yuppic-wanna-be

His portrayal is somewhat confusing their new son has the Midas touchat not-so-great slapstick. In additionto mom we can all hate.

however. It seems as if Peter- .,fir wreaking havoc. being silly and not very funny, The other children in the storyare

son can't figure out whether Ben wants a son with whom he it seems as though there's an un- awful as well, but wait, there'smore

Garrett should be played as a bad can do all the buddy-buddy thingshis derlying comedlc/ moralistic they're bad actors, too.

guy gone good or a good guy witha father never had time for. Flo theme about bad people getting Michael Richards stands pretty

past. merely wants a human rung on the what they deserve. It doesn't low as the "Bow-Tie Killer." One

There are three more young social-climbing ladder. Both think work. Neither does much else in bright spot comes from Gilbert

guns in this installment. Balthazar they've found the answer to their the movie. Cod fried doing that. well, loud
Getty plays Tommy the Prince of Michael Oliver does what other seven prayers in Junior(Michael Oliver). Throughout Problem Child, character he keeps repeating in

Pennsylvania, a self-proclaimed year olds only dream of In Problem They're wrong. When the nuns Junior is ignored, insulted and just every movie. Adding insult to
Billy the Kid groupie. Alan Ruck Child. and children from the orphanagefrom plain mistreated by everyone, ex- banality is a truly lame theme

plays Henry French, a former which Junior is sprung cept Ben. This is supposed to ex- song done by pop hangers-on The{
farmer in dire need of a nickname.He We get to see Billy the Kid grow literally scream with glee when he plain his deviant behavior and Beach Boys.

could have easily been called up in this film. Unfortunately, departs for his new home, Ben and possibly elicit sympathy.Since it's Problem Child no doubt will soon
we're lead to believe that he lived
Flo mistake the fanfare for zealous
"Cameron the Cowboy, seeing difficult to really like or hate be recycled on video and cable.
well into his 80s to the
how he is basically the same lost contrary well-wishing. Junior, we end up not caring. Let's hope adults know better
ending of the Guns.
original Young
puppy he was in Ferris Bueller's This does erase the predictabilityfactor Junior's new parents try to make Oliver's portrayal t>f Junior is than to laugh and that kids just

Day Off. but it also becomes quite him feel loved. They give him a stiff and pretty typical of generic say no.
The best addition to the cast is room crammed with toys; he setsit child actors. It's also hard to un- BY JEREMY SEGAL
annoying to hear Estevez fakingthe
Christian Slater. As Arkansas voice of an old man during aflame. Ben takes Junior camp- derstand the dialogue that drib- ratings based four-star scale
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is that he pen
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Check your ad the FIRST day It run. central air. Available Aug. 12. 750mo. LIGHT & AIRY 2 BR duplex, dishwasher
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before ((813)482-3639.) 6-9-4-2 breakfast bar nice carpet, close to laundry
Classifieds will TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR I IS ONLYRESPONSIBLE In The Pines bike to UFo $315.
begin FOR THE FIRST DAY Spacious 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apt avail. Aug 1, 3bdr/2ba. ground floor,
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Cor- Apartment & Townhouses patio. $560/mo 5 min. to UF, call collect WHY SHARE? Have your own bathroom,
Ads mailed In or placed at the reeted ads will be extended one day. Convenient UF/Shands 305-581-4886 after 5 pm. 8-9-3-2 Mill Run 2BR 2 1/2 bath Townhouse,

Union or hands take No refunds or credits can be given after 2 pools, tennis crt, weight room, deck, patio hookups, dishwasher, pool &
may placing the ad. Changes called In alter sauna 2 laundry rooms. Horse Lovers needed Live on sm horsefarm volleyball. $500.
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compen.ated. Ask about bdr specials $200 off In exchange for caring for horses. 2
may run for any length of time 373.3371 br. mh wt. fenced yd 12 ml from UF, must FOXMOOR CONDO. freshly painted 2 BR,
Customer error or changes: have exp wt. animals/horses, .481-2026 1 1/2 bath, dishwasher, hookups, near 34
and be cancelled at time. 205 SE 16th Ave.
any Corrections must be made in person al eves. 8-9-3-2 St. shopping & UF, pool volleyball.
Sorry but there can be no re- The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. 1/2 mile east of Main St. READY NOWI $450.
funds for cancelled ads. There will bee $2.00 correction I... M-F 9-6. Sat 105. Sun 12-4 For sale or lease ROCKWOOD VILLAS KEY MANAGEMENT
8-20-25-2 3bdr/3ba screened porch, extras, avail.
Aug 15, $63,500 or $700/mo. call Sylvia 372-3060
Center Court very nice 2 bd, walking distance 395-5462 days 332-9536 eves. 8-9-3-2
to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher GREAT APT. 1br/ba Available August 18-

cent. air. Office: 411 NW 15th St. 3 bdr/1 ba off 13th St., micro, sun deck, 2 rest of month free. Sublet thru 12/31

FOR RENT FOR RENT: FURN. 371-7777. 8-20-4-2 entrances, mo pets, $450/mo $150 dep., $265 335-8129. 8-9-1-2
: 376-5396 or 3744113. 8-9-3-2
LG 2 story house furnished or unfurnished Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bth, just 3 bike N of Large 5 bdr/3ba home, walk to UF, avail
FURNISHEDdr convenient to UF t downtown $650 mo. UF, very, very nice. .414 NW 14 St. College Spacious 3bdr/2ba condo In NW. Immediately, $1000/mo, first, last, & sec.,
Students welcome 3765957. 8-9-3-1 Park Properties. 371-7777 8-20-4-2 $550/mo, year I.a... Avail. Aug. 12. Call call collect 407-394-4004. 8-9-1-2
kill/ living rm prlvlledge most utll. pd., 377-9314, please Iv. message. 8-9-3-2
ummer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., .4 bdr apt. PhD cand. seeks mature housemate.Own STUDENT SPECIAL 3 blocks UF, serious students clean,
740 NW 3rd PI. To appfyl/ Into 372-22S4/ bdr/ba $175/mo 1/3 utilities. Only Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom, Pool Tennis, 1 blk from UF, SW 9bd house for rent share bath, kit., utll., no pets, a/e. 1318
1-4243.. partial December rent required. Call Sauna Gym and more. water paid very Ig also avail large rooms, NW 3rd Ave. $160-190. Call 3731558.
11am-11pm 372-0912. 8-9-2-1 STONERIDGE APT. all utll paid, cox cable, nice 150-200 Greg 8-9-1-2
rlvate entrance, nice br, kitchen & living 3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 376-3291 bpr .491-2083. 6-9-3-2
n. privileges, most' utll. paid summer M/F to share 2-bedroom apt. Nonsmoker Offer valid to qualified application only Available Aug 15, large 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba "
145. tall 165mo. 3722284. 8-20-23-1 $225 + 1/2 utilities. Avail. August 8-20-19-2 WHY RENT? HOMES FOR $1.00, townhouse, w/d hook up SW location,
1. 1990. Pool. Call Sheila 375-9941 or REPOS. GOV'T GIVE AWAY PRO- $340/mo.. 373-3033 after 530.: 8-9-1-2
[BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK** 3922487. 8921STUDENTS Attractive & clean apartments, close to GRAMSI! FOR INFORMATION 504-649-
uxury condo blks. from campus, secu- UF, avail Aug. 15. 1 yr. lease dep. No 0670 EXT: R-3115. 8-9-2-2 Apartments, mobile homes Immediateand
Maid service. European kitchen ONLY studio $200 Including dogs 495-9024. 8-20-16-2 reasonable. Special student rates.

dlshwash disposal, full-size utll. 1 BR $220 close to campus, real large No more parking problems! Rent my Call 372-S612 or 371-1126. 8-9-1-2
11541./ $200 to $390 monthly. 375-. 2 BR Duckpond $325 373-5663 keep call- Studio $219 1222 NW 8 Av 5 mln north of 1 br/1 blh condo, across from D Phi E.
8-20-14-1 Ing. 8-9-2-1 UF, economical, privacy carpet, a/c. 371. Peaceful upstairs view of park. 325/mo no Duplex Apt. for Rent: 1 BR l.r., kit., bath
7777 8-20-6-2 pets 3770505. 8-9-2-2 ac/heat, 3 blocks from UF, 1 block off
XFORD MANOR 2BR/1 BA furnished mobile no pets Univ. Ave. $265.00 monthly plus security.Call .

me roommate needed for fall. Own bed- $300/mo ft 1 mo rent adv. Windmeadows THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane Luxury Rockwood condo 3bd/3ba w/ 3381839. 8-95-2
om bathroom In a 3br/3bth apt. fullyrnishedwasherdryervery 5 mln school ft shopping 377-5491 mes- ; See UF from private balcony, newly large screen porch, 2 pools, 2 tennis, vol
clean apt. IIg..8.1I.1.1 renovated 1 bdrm's. 207 NW 17th St. leyball. Free furniture options. $725/mo 2 bdr/1 ba, close to campus, 1/2 deposit
paid. $330/mo. Call 377-8460. Will be
all: 336-6891 (leave message) or collect 371-7777 S-20-4-2 3352110. 89-2-2
05)531-7424.) 8-20-8-1 bedroom In a 3 bedroom house $ 80/mo vacant August 24. 8-9-1-2 f>
+ Utilities 375-8329. 8-9-1-1 HUGE 2BD 28TH $399 Bel[ Air Apts 636 Under the trees, for duplex/house 1 1/2,
oom Furnished 3 block UF $1 S-22S NW 26 Av (just off 6 ST, near Albertson's) mil S. UF SW 13 St. for serious or professional -
Ingle, $240 double. Share ktch ftathe. Nice efficiency furnished apartment utilities office: College Park Prop. 411 NW 15 ST person $2SO/mo yr lease or 275/mo
Pref grad male students. 304 furnished, private parking and en 371-777. 8-20-4-2 9 me. 376-6163. 8-9-2-2
W 11 St. Open 5:30-7:30: : 376-6652 or trance. $200 per month. Call 3722582.
78-8122. 82081ACASABLANCA 8-9-1-1 Attractive, clean houses, biking distanceto 2 bdr/1 ba,wash/dry hook-up, behind Oaks
UF, year lease + deposit, no dogs. Mall, $330/mo. $20 extra for wash/dry 1989 3br/2ba 28x60 Glamour bath cat.
WEST 2br 2 1/2ba, Affordable 495-9024. 820122FREE 372-6658. 8-9-2-2 ceilings, one owner, $4000 take over payments -'%
a/dry scrn patio cell Ins dsh/w dlsp noet Large 1 bedroom 550 aq. ft., furnished or on 3 acres for sale or lease.
t, pool/clbhs. $525 avail 8/1 372-5706. unfurnished bike or walk to UF and shops STUDENTS ONLY studio $200 Including Horses OK. West of UF 904-472-0031.
9-S-1 Air carpet walk-In closets, pest control, utll. 1 BR $220 close to campus, real large 8-20-8-3
private walk patio no dogs. 2 BR Duckpond $325 373-5663 keep call-
ommate needed share apt. In Brandy- Village 34 328 SW 34 Street Rental Finding Service. All Info, ,Ing. 8-9-2-2 Wlndgate 14'x70' 3bdr/2ba.. Good condition
ne females only 150/m .1/4 utilities call 373-1378 floorplans, videos and more, FAST. We In Castlegate. Anxious owner willing
nda 3771316. 6-9-4-1 8-9-1-1 can help you find that perfect place to live. |Need 2 quiet, responsible n/a, M grad students to deal. Call collect 407-822-4068. 8-9-
Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 336- ; 3BR + 1 ha In NW, 1 ml to UF, 1/2

5/mo.. utll Incl. 3 bike to UF. Private Your roommate hasn't done the dishes In 9349. 8-9-10-2 i ml to shopping ctr, washer/dryer; ''
trance single room eft. Cnd. ht. Cook- HOW long? Find a better dishwasher In 190/mo lyr Is, first $30 utilities pd; move Classifieds. ,
0. parking.> Upperclass or grad 375- the Classifieds I ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2/2 w/study, end I j In Aug 15 or early; 377-1631 Iv msg. 8-9- Continued on next page.

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Arredondo Farm Mobil Horn Park. ATreehouse Village* needed. 3 bdr/3 ba In Spy- m/f s or n/s for a large 2 bd apt HEYII I need F n/. rmmt to share 2bdrm

Best rental value. Grad students have *Roommates Available* gl.... Rent + 1/3 utilities. Call 338.5989 close to UF/SFCC $150/mo + utll for own apt 3 blks from UF 170/mo & 1/2 Will,
'left.' 8 excellent buys 'from $3000 to double Reserve your room 'for Fall bus service to or 3357144. 8-9-3-5 room, pets OK Call Roger 335-1681 leave pets ok, own parkn space Leigh 335-
wide with financing. Pool, nice park, UF and SFCC furn or unfurn' $170-$250 mestage. 8-9-1-5 4870. 8-9.2.5

quiet, open weekends. 7117 SW Archer per roommate/month./ MZ Property Mgmt. N/S 'female, pref.' upperclassman to share
Road, 1104.37811291.11.123 Inc. Realtor 375.020720.8.5 3bdr/3ba apt. In the Laurels. Call Shelby Female, upper division, wanted to share N/S reap female rmmt share 2br 11/2/
3058587721. 8-9-3-5 2 bdrm/2 ba apt at the Laurels. All amen- bath twnhae across from VA/UF Own rm
F n/s to share .4 bdf/2( ba house In ill... Call Jennifer 338.02118.9.1.5 240$ month + dep. + 1/2 utll. Aug 15,
COMFORTABLE CLEANFits Springtree $155 + 1/4. utll. $100 security F prof. or serious student to share luxury pets ok, eel. fan, laun. fac. pool. 376-
2.2 bdrm 1 1/2 kith deposit. Call Michelle at 371-1094. or condo. Shell Rock Villas, 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba, M/F/ for 2bdr/2ba apt SW areapool, 8847 336-8523 Gorgeous I 8-9-2-5

washer, win A/C $13,500 373-7366. leave message. 8-20-6-5 wash/dry, many extras. $220/mo, 335- sauna, weight room, wash/dry, central'
Great Decor 3784500. 6984.. 8-9-3-5 heat/air/ furnished/ l80/mo + 1/3 utll call BRANDYWINE 1 or 2 NS undergrad F
s **FALL/SPRING 1-2 M n/s rmmtes to 3320413. 8-9-1-5 'for spacious 2br2ba fully furn apt, avail
8-9-2-3 share or take over lease on 2 bdr/2 ba 2 bdrm/2 ba townhouse F n/s, $225/mo aug 9-no pets. Close to uf, pool, laun
FURNISHED apt. 'In the Laurels. 335- 1/2 utll., start ASAP 332-4780.. 8-9-3-5 **CASABLANCA WEST-1 rmmt neededfor dry, wt. room, courts, clbhse. 334-9449.. .
SUBLEASE: 5651 anytime. 8-0-5-5 2br/2.Sba, wa/dry, scrn patio, cellfns. 8-9-3-5
1 person needed to take master bedroom Avail Aug 20 Julie ((305)) 973-4421.. 8-9-
4 HOUSE/APT. Liberal' n/s F rmmt. own bdr/ba In m/h. with own bath In 3bdr/2ba apt. 'In Park 1-5 ''Clean N/S M/F roommate needed to
W/d pool. Clean/mature & responsible. Place (Bic.Club) 1210/mo. Call Marco at share 2bdrm/2bth condo In Woodslde Vil

Sublease 2br/1/ b. mid Aug-May at Village Grad/serlou/ std. $150 + 1/2 util. Call 335-0411. 8935Femaleshare Female n/s wanted to share 2bdr/2ba apt ,las. W/D and much more. $200p/m + 1/2/

Park Apt*. $390/month Include all ex- 3771802. 8-9-5-5 In SPYGLASS. Call 305-476-9397. 8-9- utll. Contact Jeff at 3322303.928

ceptelee. Call 372-1948 8-9-4-4. furnished 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba 1-5
Need N/S F .for' own room In furn 2 bd VEGETARIAN or VEGAN to share spaclous .
townhouse In SW area. Wash/dryer.
SUBLEASE 2 bdrm 1 condo. W/D, micro, d/w. 150mo. + 1/2 Roommate for 1 bedroom In 2 bedroom 1 bedroom apt at Arlington Square
apt near campus Available mid-Aug. $225+1/2 utll. Call
*.bath, own parking space; (for more Info' util. Prefer' serious student. Call 332- 3356273. 8-9-3-5 townhouse, close to UF 4 Shands, quiet, 185/mo call Leigh at 375-9024.. 8-9-2-5
call 335.4870 leave mestage. 8-9-2-4 6879. secluded, $162.50 per mo + deposit.Call .
Sublease 2bdr/2ba, from Aug 15, Oxford 338.9448 Leave message. 8.9+5 F n/. grad or prof' student, own room 'In

2 room apt across 'from campus 170/mo./ peaceful n/s person to Manor, wash/dry, new carpet, partly 'turn., 2bdr/2ba house, 7S/mo + 1/2 utll, mutt
Call Scott. Lv msg 3711.2..2.0.2.. ." share comfortable' 3/1 in NW w/UF senior Call 377-1678. 8-9-2-4 OWN ROOM n/. female wanted to share like dogs, call 374-4415.. 8-9-2-5

ft. 2 cats, $215/mo + 1/2 utll, 374-4724. 3/2 beautifully turn townhouse NW.
Sublease 2 bdr/2 ba, from Aug 15, Oxford Tom. 6-20-5-5 Sublease 2 bdr/ 1 ba, mld-Aug Dec, Wash/dry/ micro VCR no pet*. Responsible M/F nonsmoker share 2 bd/1/
Manor, wash/dry, new carpet, partly turn, $330/mo/ Incl. all except elec., Village 1200/mo + 1/3 utll. Call 377-4417. ba mobile SW 10 mln to UF 150/mo + 1/2
Call 377-1878. 8-9-2-4 Graduate students for attractive, clean Park Apis, call 335-2130 after' 5. 8-9-2-4 Leave maeesge. 8-9-1-5 utll. I imo rnt adv. no pets 377-5491
apt. 3 blocks to UF. $160/mo + 1/7 utilities message. 89.2SCYPRESS
Sublease" 2 br/1 ba, mld-Aug-Oec, f deposit + lease. No pets. 495-. Sublease 2BR 1 1/2BA Aug 90/Aug g1, Roommate to share 3BR 2BA mobile
$330/mo. Incl. all except elec.. Village 9024. 8-20-5-5 Avail now near UF apt by pool $375/mo home quiet shady park. Own room POINTE N/S/M for I.n.
Park Apis, call 335-2130 after' 5. 8-9-2-4 375 dep. At French Quarter call James $150/mo and 1/3/ utilities. For more Info' 3bdr/2ba luxury townhome, wash/dry
Quiet studious F n/. wanted to share 336-9258/336-8406. 8-9-2-4 call 371-1033. 8-9-1-5 pool, very nice apt. Quiet, need serious
Sublease 2 br-1 1/2 ba Aug 90/Aug 91. quiet 2bdrl1 b. at Hawaiian Village. student ASAP. $240; 336-8304. ask 'for

Avail now near UF apt by pool $375/mo 207.50mo/ + 1/2/ util. Call Julie at .407- Want I nil/ GWM 'for own bdr/ba/ In mobile 3 bedroom house M/F roommate needed Kent. 8-9-2-8

375 dep at French Quarter. Call James 830-5840. 8-9-4-5. home. W/D/ pool; Clean, mature, dis $190 per mo. + 1/2 utl. Have dog, closeto
336-9258/336-8408. 8-9-2-4 crete. Proless/grad. std. $150 + 1/2/ utll. campus. Call 372-4106 or 3779752. House to share, quiet student or prof
Roommate needed for Hawaiian Village 3771802. 8-9-2-5 8-9-1-5 close to downtown and UF. Call 338-
townhouse. Call Ellis 335-0400. 8-9-4-5. 0873 after' 6 pm. 8-9-2-5
Male n/. for 2br/2ba apt. In the LAU
Woodland Villas 2bd/2ba unfurn 1 or 2 F, 21-28 for 3BD/2 1/2BH townhouse *Oakbrook* F n/. share
apt, RELS, FURN.. pool, land vball. weights, room ,
N/S/ own bed/bath/ 250mo. + 1/2/ utilities pool. M n/s..Own loft' bdr.245/mo/ + In new Greenwich Green exec sauna, sights ft more. Call anytime 335- fall/spring. Furn., w/d, A morel' $175 +
call Vanessa at 375-0466, leave mes 1/2 util, security depo. paid, 5 ml to UF. amens. W/D, free cable, available now 5651. 8-9-1-5 utll + see dep, 371-4708. or Orlando 407-.
sage. 8-9-12-5 3355551. 8.9+5 $250 see dep $210/m 335-6105. 8-9-2-5 859-6911. 8-9-2-5

Female n/s, pref. serious upperclassmanfor
**BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK** N/S/ F roommate needed for fallspringterms M/F wanted to share a 3bd/1ba house own bdr In 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo. New Roommate Wanted nil/ F 230/mo + 1/2
Walk to UF, need 1 or 2 M for 2BR/2BA/ Greenwich Green Apts Newl Own near NW campus. Non-smoker pets ok 1180 carpet & paint, ceiling fans, wash/dry & bills. Own Bdr/Ba Rockwood Villas 371-
117 36 Terr
condo. Luxurious, completely furn., room/bath. 1/3 utilities. Call Donna 3350415. 8-9-2-5 turn available. $250/mo/ + 1/2 utll. 336- 3116. 8-9-2-5
maid service, dlehwssh wash/dry/ 0311.6-9-1-5
micro. Great view. Call Dave 375- 4072208494. 8-9-1-5 Female, NS, serious student wanted to Roommate wanted F n/s for own bdr/baln
share 2brm. 1 bath In historic house. mobile home. $175mo.Call .
No a brand new
,, F student to share room In 3bd/2ba/furn' Private. room & bath In luxurious NW
I 23 and older 8-9-2-8
pets yrs. please. Wood Kathy 375-8489.
apartonly125and 1/4. /utll at Oak For- floors. $180/mo. Call house, wash/dry, fireplace, dishwash,
Tammy 371-7747.
es V avail. NOWI 336-8032.. 8-9-3-5 8-9-2-5 ceiling 'fans, $275/mo/ + 1/2 utll, Dave NEEDED: male roommate. for apt on NW
Brand turn. Walk to
new, completely
332-01020078-4698. 8.g
+5 15 St. 1155/mo. Call 375-0463. 8915IfDeyletStenMckv
UF, 1 or 2 F rmrnt for 2 Br/2B condo Greenwich Green n/s f rmmate, new

for summer ft/or/ fall. European kltch. complex, mstr bdrm, own bath, free cable,
w/mlero; with/dry; meld service; security 1.5 mis frm UF, $245 mo + 1/3 util. call D Q
; much more. Call Denise 37545" .
374-9857 Paula. 8-0-3-5
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Two nil/ F roommates. needed 'for Fall Regency ...LOOKCC.Own bed In 4br house .4
Oaks 3bdrm 2bath Call Marcy 336. miles to UF, hot tub, study, fncd yd, pets RIGHT fK GO--
6888. 8-20-13-5 ok. $180 mo. + 1/3 utll. Jlm:336-1380or: ..ee' LAY OUT 1'\011' F'IlW 5CC THUMSvAT9
3380483. 8-0-3-5 / 'T'Ioft' AROMA
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roommates at your fingertips. We can luxury apt In OAKBROOK WALK. Cool
help you find that Ideal roommate. FAST. people only, please 376-6635. 8-9-3-5
Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 338-
9349. 8-20-11-5

,, Male Christian, own rm, 2br/1ba/ townhouse -
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near UF/VA. $155/mo + 1/2 utll, PREPARE FOR: MMMMM
i dep nag 336-6237 alter' 6 pm. 8.9.8-5

Bivens Forest, 2 n/s F, share master ate.. ,
walk/bike UF. 21/2 Ba, pool,w/d. $225
+ 1/3 utll. 376-9280/1-245-4143/ collect. OCT. veeilcoluce! liOOCOTMlNtMCOMaTO batejTM,nre. J L Ti108* WHAT V 'T1IBSMW

Roommate bdrm w/prlvate. bath town- wAlt. Tlatw POGGo +e--m! 1.0V TNS t>f
houae. n to UF, kitchen access ,. Art' Wt ALA"' TOOW10
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-215 util. Contact Cecil 332-0786 or CUlS4 WC '
31125212.20.7.5 .At. Is IONG.-- THAT TW ALL OYtiR: Af3rADN. -

Grad to share N.W. 2br/2bth. $144/1165.. / s nr **N-J=rJ T"te AN01WN Pill!

SW fancy 2br $173 + 1/2. Also, NW Y=9_
2br/2bth $3011. Fancy SW 2br 330. 373- (AN
8310. 8-9-3-5 GMATCLASSES

; M/N/S for 'fall to share new double wide

mobile home, quiet, own bdr/ba call 813- START
.494-3144. 8134655915. 8-0-6-5

.; Looking for a nice place F/ns for own .

rm/ba $250/mo or 2 F to share rm $150 BT1i A r e -
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<.1 i each. Great condo w/d, security. CALL LSAT..Aug. 28GRE t1AT/th '
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: 336-1932. 8-9-5-5
WINDMEADOWS f n/s/ 'for own rm ft. ba Sept. 6GMAT..Sept.

In 2br/2ba 'turn apt. 1 ml. to UF, no pets, NS M ) MiiRLOW Y
j S200/mo/ + 1/3 util avail 8/18 ((516)467-) 17 0,104 A "M 110ts0 !N ? GArIIM ftj IRtR A

2690. 82065.BRANDYWINE WCWrU9 OUTaW/W'PK'l'' T/75lC! f ?

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t NISHED 2BR/1BA $250/mo + 1/2 bills for Dow A.Pr,
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own room. Jacuzzi, sauna, weight room,
huge pool. 372-2857. Dennis 8-9-5-5

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{ $210/mo 1/2 utll. 377-8880 Ruth.' 8-9- I

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serious student for own room in nice MICRO CENTERComputers 378., '48 EXTRA LONG SOFA AND MATCHING clean modern furniture and antiquesall Graduate wants give student great deal.
quiet leml-furn NW home, 2 carports, 1 Editor's choice Hewlett Packard CHAIR $70 obo CALL 335.4325.11.411 at reasonable prices. Come take a Two matching couches for sale. Must sell
mi to campus $170 + 1/3 ut 392- Northgate. Price lower than mall-order. look. THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 511 SW yesterday. Call 371-1834. 8-0-2-8
444233602117.0.2.5 Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb ((28ms) Matching sofa & loveseat $175 small 4th Ave. 3726577. M/C. VISAAMEX..
Harddlsk graphics monitor. MC 286/12 dinette w/4 chairs $95 mans cruller 8-9-4-6 Twin bed In great condition w/ (frame call
Sparrow Condo rmmts needed (for 2 rmi $1195 MC 386SX $1370, Northgate $50. 336-7329 8-9-4-6 3357447.0.211
in 2-ilory, 3 bd/2.5ba. pool/elbhi, 386/20 $2390. Leading Edge laptop w/40 DP Gympac 3500 weight training set w/at-
racquetball tennll. 1200.a3' utll MB hd & battery $2395.1 A 2 year war. Study desk w/chalr & hutch $75, sols- tachments. Like newt $350. Call Sarah PA system. 350W amp. 4 year warranty.E .
Katie 3328087.025 ranties. Onsite warranties. Panasonic sleeper $55. table/chairs $50 & other mite at 375-3378. 89-46 V speakers, cables. Less than 1 year
1180 printer SIBS HP Later J'lllp Items all prices neg Call 338.7350 any- Old. 75000. Call 374-6631. '.11-2-'
ROCKY POINT need mil/ nIn 2br/2ba $1049. 3743 W. University Ave 8-9-12-8 time. 6-9-4-6 Rattan Sleeper Sofa ft Chair $150; 10
partly furnished, close to UF. $209/mO/ cubic ft. fridge $75; Call Sherre at 372- Must sell! White Doorstore wall unit, like

1/2 utll. Call ((305)238-4842) Iv m.... 8- Crlmestopper Car Alarms K-40 Radar Detectors Must tell 13 Gold Star color TV CRM 5358; after 8 pm 3775841. 8-9-4-8. new, $50. Modern matching couch,
9-2-5 Sherwood, Sanaul Sony, Orion 4400 still In box six-month old $100, loveseat & chair with matching coffee ft
Bazooka Home or Car Stereo. We Beat 372-0805 or 3712780.055 8-drawer dresser & nt. stand A lamp end tables. $250. Call 374-6538. 8-9-2-6
FOR SALE All Prices 373-3754. 0-24-6 wood w/ gold trim, $70 obo lor set, call
6 anytime 378-4052. 8-9-3-6 Living room est: sofa 2 chairs coif & 2end
FURNITURE desk w/hutch
big bed
CAR ALARMS Installed tbli., ottoman good condition
remote control
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410.' 2 Disk any car truck or van fully guaranteed will draft table, couch, more. MOPED black HOBIE 4 SALE l80/obo. Call Chris 332-2140 Iv. msg.
Tomos Call after Ken
drives Him cassettes, 2 Him cannisters. demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. met- 2pm. 17', wings, trailer gear 8-0-2-6
Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 sage. 8-20-21-6 373-1807. 8-9-5-6 call John 378-3876
.. Perfect (for small typesetting Jobs. Leave metsage. 8-9-3-6 1090 GOLD MEDAL WINNER, our DIXIE
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Good machine (for email type thop. System BIKE SALE : dresser $60 nlghtttand $30. GRAPES, (for JUlc,. Six other kinds (for
color IV $40. bed $75, desk $30, bookshelf
includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font Large selection of used quality bikes. $35 am qn table w/wheels $15. Call Serrano Free Weight eating, jelly or WINE. On 10 acres, quantity
dliks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at New ATB bikes at good prices. Gator Snarl 372-5574. 8-9-8-6 RACKET STRINGERBest discounts. Crevesse'c Vineyard, 1 ml.
373-9928 for more Info. Cycle 3321' SW Archer Road. 373-3962 Offer Twin Bed $15, N. of ARcher on US 41, follow large signs,
8-0-10-6 Desk $20 376-2104. 6-0-3-6 open, 9-flpm. 495-2426 eves. 8-0-2-6 v*,
Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more For sale sofa brown plaid makes Into double

brands ere alt at our New Location) Car 1960's Gibson Firebird $300 1940 National bed excellent $175., 332-1594. 8-9- 2 like new twin beds with matching bedspreads Moving sale: bedroom set $75, dinette
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372. lap steel, $125, Ibanez Midi Guitar 3-6 $150. Call 336-1150. 8-9-3-6 $75 office desk & chair $100, framed art,
2070. 820258COMPUTER $750, Fender super twin reverb $375 tennis racket, waterskl equip, plus much
Huge TOA PA cabinets $650 Fender Bullet DESPERATE-MUST SELL! WATERBED Brand Newt Queen-size more, make offer: 373-8947 till Aug 14.
Blue 10111.I..per, $225 & dinette set w/ seml-waveleis 8-0-2-6
SYSTEMS pine bookcase waterbed
$225; mucho more In good shape 373-
butcher block
$100 both
top Call
neg. $200. Call 336-1720 after 5 ask for
80281-12 Mhz, 1 mil RAM, 43mb Ids hard 6078. 6-20-7-6
338-1662. 8-9-3-6 Brenda. 8-9-3-6 .*Nice, king size, waveless' waterbed
drive, 1.2 or 1.44mb floppy, 14" monochrome
101 keyboard only I118S, 1981 Honda 750ss great condition $950 MUST SELL Living room and Dining room dark oak wood frame. Call 336-8537*
Sofa 6-0-2-6
obo. Gold & white sofa matching chair recliner, coffee
6028l-20mhz-$1355, 03865X-16mhl- qn. sleeper $150.
furniture call for details. 375-3348
very table ft 2 end tables. Good cond.
$1495. student discounts 2 brown A tan lamps $25 ea. Call 371-'
(Upgrades, ,
3216. 8-9-5-6 nep. 6-9-3-6 obo full bed w/headbd. $60. 335-7153 LAMBS for sale. 40-00 Ib $1.00/lb. Call
financing available.) Call ELITE &335- eves. 8-9-3-6 392-4810d( ) or 378-7484e. ( ). 'leave mes
1300. 8-20-5-8 For Sale: Dinette set twin bed and bedroom sage. 8-9-2-6
Must sell 1082 Plymouth Horizon A/C set (dresser A mirror and chest of Furniture for rent- full living room A bedroom
WORD PERFECT 5.1 call AM/FM 372-0895 good condition 371-2780$1200 or best offer drawers) and sofa sleeper In good condi cet. Price negotiable. Call 407-479- 89 IBM computer PS-2/25, Dual 3 112 disk,
anyllm.13.- tion. Call 3754053. 8-9-3-6 Color monitor, Enhanced
Student and Faculty discount. Only 5-6 1537 early evenings. 6-9-3-6 keyboard
Mouse, plus IBM $ 400.00
graphic printer
135.00 from ELITE, Call 3351300. 8-
Computer Atari 800XL w/ disc drive, Papasans wicker rockers wicker bdr. furniture 335-9083. 8-8-2-6
printer, cassette, & over 70 games $175: baskets & more at warehouse
Kenwood lid speakers $100, 334-5477 prices. Sale Frl 0-11& Sat 9-4 Interstate Super tingle waterbed, 6 mo. old wliner
8-9-3-6 Mini-Storage 1 ml north of Archer Rd McDonalds ft bookcase headboard $150. 485-2625.
on 40th Blvd. 8-9-3-6
**NEW king sz, waveless' water bed 3 For Sale: Murray Beachf Cruiser Excellent
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited padded rails, light pine wood SWEET Sleeper SOFA ft matching loveteat; condition: $100 obo: 376-5989. 6-9-2-6
headboard sheets included) Franklin Queen WATERBED w/sheets; Dining I
by Trude Michel Jaffe 33482101138 TABLE; DESK w/bookshelf. CALL 373- Full size bed ensemble: mattress, box
4688 80.311GraduatlngMu.t spring frame, bedspread pillow shams
** Must S.II. twin size plus 2 seta of sheets. $150 obo. Call col-
ACROSS 4 City official: 40 9-12 year olds 54 Timer's button Graduating *
1 BergmanAbbr.. 43 Grassland 55 Earthenware jar bed & box (like new-6mo.) and 3 drawer sell: Couch-bed $150, I'CI813327112112.028
white dresser, both $80 call 338-1804. color TV $50. bookshelf $20. 3 endtablesat ,..
Bogart 5 Bond providers 48 Skill 58 Makes mistakes
Large capacity Kenmore Heavy Duty
8-0-2-6 $20 each and 4 barstools at $15 each.
classic 6 Clare Boothe 47 Meager 58 Life stories, Call 377-6465 (for more info. 8-9-3-6 washer and dryer, older model, works
11 Ancient 7 Sayings 49 Orient briefly Twin beds 2 couches, and mile, other great, green. $175 or best offer 336-
14 Certain 8 Court divider 52 Diving bird 62 Pitch items. Prices negotiable. Call Kathy Moving sale loveseat & chair $95 ent. 6742. 6-9-2-6

theater-goers 9 Imaginative 53 Noblemen 63 Large container 3754811.028 center $55, dresser & 2 side tables $52,
15 and anon 10 D.A.'s helper dining table & 4 chairs IllS, couch $35 *
16 Affirms 11 1 Darken, as the ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: Dinette set, 4x3 table w/4 chairs ft 1 leaf' and more. Call 378-2369 8-9-1-6 8-0-2-6 1 large 1 email REASONABLE 377-9615.

17 Greek letter skies R liDS. PEW I C A I B A L $150. Desk w/chalr, $50. Desk w/out
chair, $25. Living rm. chair w/brown STUFF: 35 gal tank, stand & more $100;
cushion ft wood frame, $25. Call 373- bar/wine ridge wglass door $50, Kangaroo
19 Fowl part 13 Mild oath A S 0 R. R [A II I t IRE 5523. 6-9-2-6 skates 10-12 $100 Powell Peralta waveless, wheater $100. Call Jennifer at

20 Under poorestcircumstances 15 Very black l E M 0 N T R E E A T E R skateboard $50, Lotus 123 A WordPerfect 372-9815. 8916Classifieds.

21 Finish first S T E WAR T. R B Computer 10mhz xt, 30meg hard drive 5 $40ea. Call Dave at 3775433. 8-9-1-6

Santiago 23 Red dye . MEAD A A 191 S 5.25 floppy 640k ram, monochrome, ega .
backdrop 25 Red beet 1 graphics.mouse $750 obo call 3716868. 2 WOOD WORK DESKS $100 EACH.
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village Apartments, under warranty. Alter pm daily*** 8-0-1-6 Cheap on gas and maintenance. Park all Jewelry 3739243. 82025.10
377-9615. 6-9-2-6 over. Helmets ft U-lock $1750 obo. Grad-
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Salarl' Audio Is Gainesville's newest ft fin- uatlnfl. Must sell 336-8271. 8-9-3-8 Wanted: CarsTrucksFor
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nightstand, dresser mirror-$90 or best Custom Installation ft repairs. 336-1128
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Furniture and mountain bike ,couch, side.tables Padded sz. waveless watrbd. 6 ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow National Abortion Federation
qn. CASH FOR YOUR BIKE We pay top dollar
lazy all for$75 Schwinn Mesa rates, low payments Fast drive-thru
boy ; Old $175. 7 1/2 It wall unit $135 sleeper' for cruisers and Mtn Bikes. Gator
runner with Schlmano pts. ex. cond. $175 t sofa with loveseat $140 desk/dresser service, Se hable Espanol 377.2277 377. Cycle 3321 SW Archer Rd. 373-3962. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
3788643. 8.9+5 403350225. 6-9-1-6 CARS. We care. 8-20-8-9 8-9-4-10 Get confidential testing and treatment at
MOVING SALE; Speakers. Yamaha, Cannondale' : 58cm LOOK ped. Shlmano 1980 200sx hatchbacknew paint. Kenwood GUITARISTVocalist wanted for student 20-25-11
((120w), $tOO; receiver, Kenwood, (SOw) 105. Catey Vectra, Zelal, ,, and MORE. am/fm cass., Clifford alarm, ps, pb rock/progessive band. Call Chris 377-
$200; cassete player, Luxman (dbx) $300; $500 firm call Greg 3711102. 8-9-1-6 pm. $1900 obo. 375-6569 ask for Brian or 3410. 8-9-3-10 ** GATOR MOVING *
color TV, Sony ((13' remote); $250 392- Ive message. 8-9-3-9 *
5712 days or 371-9351 eves. 8-9-1-6 MOVING SALE 2 BEDS, MOWER Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1-
COUCH/CHAIR SET. WASHERDRYERSET Oldsmobile Cutlass 1981 62000 mi. 11 SERVICESNW Item/Hse Full. ys/Eves. Long dl*.

DINING ROOM TABLE -wood w/ 4 chairs Call 371.4567 nights best. 8-9-1-6 Drives great, looks great 'Inside and outside Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 82025.11

$50 brown couch-solabed $40 nego. Call moving must sell $2300 3758609. Mini storage at 1.75 & NW 39th Ave
Lorrie 3355253. 8-9-1-6 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from -
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$20.10% disc to student 3328917. 8-
4 piece set of family room furniture pine FOR SALE: 1981 silver Honda Prelude. 20-25-11 hay rides parties sales working

t upholtery. $300 obo 378-0658. 8.9+11 rent? You can own this 1BR/1BA. Burgundy Interior, excellent condition students accepted. 466-3224. 3758080.
upstairs unit at PARKSIDE. Owner financing $2000. Call Sam at 332-3189. 89-3-9 r

4 sale couch, 2 arm chairs, coffee table, walk to class. Available Immediately
bed pedestal' (free mattress) matchingdesk 23500. JEFFREY SIEGEL, For sale cheap. 1982 Ford Mustang. CENTER I.' II
dresser, hutch Good Prices Call Realtor 373-6063. 8-20-13-7 Great for student. Asking $700.00. Call rP .

373-GOOO ((4663)) leave message. 8-9-1- 338.7245. 8-9-3-9 1015 N W 13th Street .A$350.
6 Priced to sell, remodeled CINEPUX ODEON
newly assumable ., .
Pontiac Trans Am '89, red w/grey Interior. THEATRES 372-5347
9.5% fixed/no/ qualifying, 3/2 townhouse -
CAR STEREO. Sony 10CD disc changer $55.000, ((813)) 576-9332 after S V-8, 5L, alc. auto w/od, tinted windows,
Sherwood 240w amp, remote, am/fm M.F ((813)535-5800) X-14 work. 8207.7 power/tilt steering cruise power windows
crossover, 6x9 Pyramid speakers all door locks & brakes am/lm/tape. 13.50 BARGAIN MATlNEE.ALL SHOWS BEFORE'.00 PM

trunk mounted, Call 334-9257 best offer A newly renovated colonial', by owner. Immaculate Perfect cond.,$12.700 obo. 373-3456. 8- BILL MURRAY Last Day

(Doug). 8-9-1-6 cond., fireplace, oak floors, 9-2-9 QUICK CHANCE (R) 2:455:00: :
charming country kitchen, 1 ml. to UF, 7:45: 9.55
Magnavox VHS camcorder. Has never very low taxes, 3 bdr/1 ba. 613 NW 12 1986 Renault Alliance LE. air, auto

been used onscreen display, utofocus, Ave., $49,500. 3757464. 19503748025. 89.29 Warren Beatty
rechargable battery $699. Call last Day
Armando 336-7284 Condo: Shell Rock Villas 2br/1.5ba. frple. Time to sell your Red'Wagon? Hula 2:154:45 7'159'30: :
Sell $4000 dn 341/mo fully assumable no Hoop? Looking to buy one?Check out the
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: paint- qualifying Lease for $400/mo 376-0156. For Sale section lor great re.ulls. ANDREW DICE CLAY Last Day
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$310/mo pal Immaculate 1 br. town-
Salt water fish tank 135 gal undergravelfilter house w/ loft, ceiling fan, skylight. inside TOM CRUISE STARTS FRIDAY

two power heads lifeguard filter laundry ft 2 decks. Beautiful landscaping, ( ) DAYS OF THUNDER (PC-13)) 7.15:::9 3o g
gravel, coral, extras $400 obo Kevin 372- eves/wkends. 374-4923 or 376-4702. M: :
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disturb the neighbors best offer 374- and Blue Insurance now covers KEIFER SUTHERLAND'MIA ROBERTS STARTS FRIDAY

4724 Tom. 8-C,1-6 motorcyclesl, Low rates low payments, $2.00 Matinee Si Tuesday FURINERS (R) 4.30 N VIP 4 45 PASSES 7.30 1.45 AFTER IPIoI ES00iff
safe rider discounts Fast drive-thru service ALL AGES WELCOME
Four oak BARSTOOLS no backrests 3772277. 8-20-8-8 Specials MON -WED
$60/set. Call 377-8575. 8-9-1-6

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$50. Glasstop Tabl! $40. Coffee Tbl $25. $300, Graduating must sell! 376-5843
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Next you feed HEISMANfrom was not confused by anything we touches the ball"I SOCCERfrom
q page 16 threw at him." said from the first time he
i (ace, Hagan became only the sixth walked out on the practice field in page 16
yards in leading the Hurricanes to quarterback in history to rush for shorts that he was going to be some- "
the national title. He is 8-0 as a 1,000 yards and pass for 1,000 yards thing special," Notre Dame Coach "The kids have lots of fun,
starter and will have a season of last year, leading the Buffaloes to Lou Holtz said."He's our wild card, Rivera said. "Mistakes are
experience under secondyearcoach within a game of the national title. because we ask him to do a little bit easily forgotten because the
Dennis Erickson to draw on. Webb was eighth in the nation in of everything." game moves so quickly"Rivera's

Detmer completed 265 of 412 rushing last year as a freshman, There are other candidates, but wife, Sandi,also a
passes last year for 4,560 yards, despite not earning his first starting each has a major drawback. Southern Youth Soccer Inc. volunteer,
coming within 139 yards of Ware's assignment until the sixth game.He Cal's Todd Marinovich was UPI said besides having fun, the
season total in 166 fewer attempts. finished with 1,236 yards and aver- Freshman of the Year in 1989 but kids learn a lot because of the
uethink He also shredded a usually tough aged nearly six yards a carry. he's a quarterback in a tailback-ori teamwork involved in soccer.
e Penn State defense in a Holiday Then there's Ismail, perhaps the ented offense. Alabama running
about your heart. Bowl loss. most talented player of the bunch. back Siran Stacy likely will suffer "Soccer helps the kids in
He plays split end,flanker and half- from the pass-oriented tendencies of school, and dealing with
American Hoar) "Detmer is a great one," Penn back and returns both punts and new Coach Gene Stallings. Iowa people and pressure," Sandi
Association State Coach Joe Paterno said after kickoffs.That will be important,because State's Blaise Bryant is the top re- said. see how it builds con.
WERE FIGHTING+ FOR that game."He smells of confidence. the biggest key to his candi- turning rusher from last season buta fidence and self-esteem in the
F YOUR UFE He has a great feel for the field and dacy will be the number of times he lack of exposure will hurt him. kids. It's wonderful to see"




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I, : I Soccer MIKE SCHULTZ a smash with area youthsBy I usual Business during as

Alligator Writer

Every four years the rest of
next 3 weeksStory
the world works itself into a
frenzy over soccer's World

Cup, while Americans" yawn lines to follow over the next three
and say, "So what?
x tit weeks:
UF is so apathetic it doesn't
even field a soccer team for The San Antonio Spurs will hold a "Wel
NCAA competition.But come Dwayne"party for Dwayne Schintzius.No .
a closer look reveals one attends. Not even Dwayne. Instead,
there is a strong interest in 00m Schintzius gets his first haircut since leaving
soccer in this country arm" Gainesville.The barber,not pleased with the
among kids. Spurs' first-round choice, carves "DeVoe" inSchintzius'

"In Gainesville, more kids hair

are playing soccer than football .
and baseball combined," said .... 00' Gregg Doyel
Ray Rivera, a volunteer with BLEACHER
I Youth Soccerlnc.

Rivera said this year more :;' .. BUMPete
than 1,100 kids between the
ages of 5 and 17 will competeon Rose will lead his prison softball!team
one of the 70 teams spon- in batting. No one will notice. Rose also
sored by Youth Soccer Inc. charges fellow inmates four cartons of Win-
And Rivera said that number A '"K, k f ib stons apiece for autographed baseballs. Everyone
i is only scratching the surface. w b"ii r a'/ w will notice. Rose will deny it
Hundreds of other kids and vehemently, blaming the mound of smokesin

I young adults play soccer in Despite not fielding an NCAA-competing soccer team, UF has a club squad REGGIE and GRANT hosted-ALLIGATOR lastspring's his cell on Cincinnati owner Margie Schott."I .
leagues sponsored by local 13-team A.C. Moore tourney. was framed" ...
YMCAs and other
tions. Students at UF organiza-have grown from six teams to its for that lack of coverage. He cer, Rivera said the skill levelin Rosanne Barr will become the San DiegoPadres'
formed a soccer club which current 70.Rivera said professional soccer this country is light-years third-base coach, making it alright to
competes against other university said many people are leagues cannot survive without behind the rest of the world. tug at her crotch and spit in public. Later,
TV but the continuous actionof she and Eric Dickerson will sing a duet ofSinatra's
clubs. not aware of soccer's popularity "European children play soc-
because it doesn't receive the doesn't allow for "My Way. Dickerson will then quit
The popularity of soccer in game cer all the time, Rivera said.
the and television the commercials networks re- the singing business citing poor studio
the United States is nothingnew. press cover- "American children have too
acoustics unless, of course, MoTown offers
of other American sports. quire. distractions like video
For the past 20 years, age many ..
big bucks for another tune or two.
"Could the NFL survive
interest in soccer has grown The only time soccer gets games.
steadily, Rivera said. any coverage is during the without TV coverage?" Rivera What is important to Rivera, Black golfer Jim Thorpe will win the PGA
Youth Soccer Inc. is a per- World Cup," Rivera said, "And asked. though, is that the kids enjoy Championship at Shoal Creek Country Club
fect example of that steady this year the coverage was Irs doubtful themselves while playing.see and apply for membership at the all-white
growth. The organization, mostly negative." Even though many Ameri- country club. "There goes the neighborhood
which started in 1977, has Rivera blames economics cans are participating in soc- Soccer, page 15 ," Shoal Creek's president is heard to
utter upon seeing Thorpe's kids on the driving


Gators' Heisman Dallas will sign Emmitt Smith for four
TBS will televise
raceunpredictable years at nearly $1 million per. On his way to
II{ the' Cowboys' training camp, Smith, UFs
all-time leading rusher, will part the Gulf of

'J\; SEC with 'Bama Mexico and change Dallas owner Jerry
I opener Jones' diet soda to Gatorade..

I UF football coach Steve Spurrier will announced Wednesday. The NCAA analyzes a few more cases,
United Press International hears few appeals, and realizes it
a more
make his Southeastern Conference
Allred, who Arnold said is the first the
UNLV from
debut in style. TBS Sports will televise player from Texas he has ever signed, Thanks to the NFL, handicapping the Heisman made a mistake by barring Upon
the Sept. 15 UF-Alabama contest in Tus-, was an All-Conference selection as a Trophy race has become tougher. 1991 NCAA basketball tournament. coach
r ealoosa, the Gators' first on the The hearing the good news,Runnin'Rebels
game sophomore, leading Murray State Com- league's new junior-eligibility draft rules are NCAA
l conference schedule, the network an- munity College to the Texas regional encouraging many top contenders to forego an- Jerry Tarkanian quits to become the
t nounced Wednesday. Alabama coach tournament. As a sophomore,Allred hit other chance at the most prestigious award in chief investigator..
Gene Stallings also will be making his .357 with nine home runs and 56 RBI. college sports and begin earning a paycheck a year George Steinbrenner buys the Cleveland
SEC debut. He hit .303 with 42 RBI as a freshman. early. Cavaliers, then fires coach Lenny Wilkens in
I The 1990 Heisman race could have been a good his first act as Cavaliers owner,replacing him
\ "Kyle should help fill the void at sec- one if last year's juniors had stayed.Seven of the with Bucky Dent. Steinbrenner tries to sign
: S ROUND ond base left by the departure of senior top 11 vote-getters were underclassmen,including Reggie Jackson to an offer sheet. "We needan
UP Bill Minnis," Arnold said. "It has taken .winner Andre Ware, but he and three others in outside threat"
some time, but we are very pleased that that group will be playing in the NFL this fall blasts
Kyle will be a part of our program. Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka
Beginning those
year wanting an accurate
*.. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:40: athlete from the state William The Refrigerator" Perry after Perry
p.m. Getting a quality feel for the Heisman race will have to look into the 75
EST, 11:40: am in Tuscaloosa.For of Texas is a big plus." ranks of last year's sophomores and freshmen. weighs in at Chicago's training svelte camp 397-
UF, the contest will be its 17th Texas A&M's Darren Lewis is pounds overweight. Perry, a
one of the top for
As a senior at Lorina High, Allred pound defensive tackle, gives up football
national television in its candidates is
appearance Tennessee's
as Chuck Webb.
honors he Theyare Is that sumo wrestling
earned first-team all-state Or
as professional wrestling.
31 and the 20th time in its last 38 .
games hit .429 with homers, 19 stolen joined by quarterbacks Darian Hagan of Colorado -,
: that it has appeared in front of a the
games top returning votegetterTy Detmerof
bases and had .987 fielding percent
'. ,'""live national television audience. a Brigham Young and Craig Erickson of Miami, Boston guard Brian Shaw says he won'trejoin
; UF and Alabama open their seasons age. as well as the multi-talented Raghib Ismail of Notre the team unless the Celtics release
t on Sept. 8 as the Gztors host Oklahoma Moberg paces Class-A squad Dame. Larry Bird and Kevin McHale and change
State and Alabama plays host.to Southern Former UF center fielder Mike ."If s.wide open every year, somebody new the name of the Boston Garden to the Olive
Miss. Moberg is leading the Class-A Salt Lake steps into the picture," said Detmer, the nation's Garden..
I UF signs Texas second baseman ,City Trappers in hitting with a .357 av- top-rated quarterback in 1989. "You never know After mulling over the facts of UFs case,
The UF baseball team plugged a gap erage. Moberg, UF's all-time singleseason until the last game of the year.: the NCAA hands down the death penalty with
\ '1 In its infield with the signing of Kyle leader in doubles, paces the Erickson completed 147.of 273 passes for 2,007 no hope for parole."I just didn't like his face,"

Allred of Lorina,.Texas, to a national Trappers in eight of 10 offensive categories. see HftUman, page 15 an NCAA official says of Athletic DirectorBill
F ''letter of intent, Gators coach Joe Arnold Arnsparger.:5 .

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