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UF faces third security breach in six months


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ulllWe Inform. You Decide.


"This is far from a done deal.'
Jonathan Paul
Alachua County Growth Management
concurrency and impact fee manager

Although bicycle commuters can al-
ready get between Haile Plantation and
UF using bicycle lanes and sidewalks, the


vAter te obreac ws dIsdco ard, un
more than 60,000 other UF computers, ac-
cording to a UF news release.
Dolan said other potential vulnerabili-
ties had been fixed, and the discovery of
such openings did not mean anyone had
accessed them.
UF wBl not face penalties by state medi-
cal boards, Dolan said, and the college has
followed the law regarding the notification
of patients when information is possibly il-
SEE BREACH, PAGE 10


Security numbers and some protected
health information that could have been
accessed by the intruder.
The breach was found Oct. 3 during
a routine server upgrade, said Dr. Teresa
Dolan, dean of the dental college. The
server was taken offline and reconfigured
to fix its vulnerability, she said.
Dolan said no evidence has been found
that patient information has been used by
the intruder.


SPossible victims have been notified by
mail about what hap-
pened.
g~~-"Our servers are bom-
barded daily, and they're
constantly under attack,"
Dolan said. "We do our
best to protect intrusion,
Dol but unfortunately in this
Doan .case, they were able to ac-
cess our database."


By PHIL KEGLER
Alligator Staff Writer
pkegler~alligator.org

A UF College of Dentistry computer
server containing personal information of
about 344,000 patients was breached by
an unauthorized intruder, UF officials an-
nounced Wednesday.
The infiltrated database included pa-
tients' names, addresses, birth dates, Social


for the dedication -of the Flavet
Villages historical marker.
About 50 people, including'
representatives of the Army, Navy
and Air Force ROTC, attended
the ceremony near the former
site of Flavet il in front of Keys
Residential Complex on Stadium
Road.
Local UF historian Carl
NeSVan Ness said during
the ceremony that
the marker is a tribute to a genera-
tion of Americans.
The GI Bill changed the char-
acter of American higher educa-
tion, he said, by allowing many
veterans to attend college for the

sh hitorical marker program
is coordinated by the university's
History Advisory Council and
sponsored by the UF Alumni
SEE MARKER, PAGE 10


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Andrew 5tanfill, Alligator Stan
Allen and Kathleen Prescott, who lived in Flavet Ill together, watch as R.J. Stamper, UF Alumni Association
director of alumni reunions and special events, unveils a marker for the Flavet villages on Wednesday.


Gainesville past Interstate 75, north of
Lake Kanapaha and Haile Plantation.
The Alachua County Growth
Management Department will present an
overview of the trail at a workshop on
Monday that will also explain the county's
overall plan to improve transportation. It
will be at Haile Plantation, 5100 S.W. 91st
Terrace, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.


trail would be a safer and quicker route,
said Jonathan Paul, the concurrency and
unpact fee manager for Alachua County
Growth Management.'
Although other trails are used for recre-
ation, the Archer Braid Trail is intended to
specifically target commuters, he said.
SEE TRAIL, PAGE 10


By FAITH REAVES
Alligator Writer

A bicycle trail connecting UF and Haile
Plantation could provide a faster: and safer
alternative to sidewalks and busy streets.
The trail would start at UF, curving
around parts of Lake Alice, -before fol-
lowing power lines west to Southwest


8MIThe Misty
Morning Hounds
celebrated its 14th
annual horse-
back foxhu nting
event in Alachua
with drinking and
bagpipes.
See Story, Page 4.


SSouth Carolina -
coach Steve
Spurrier has been
esn atouar-
chris Smelley
(left) and Stephen
Garcia have been
his signal-callers of

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2008


Patient information from dentistry college infiltrated


UF dedicates m~arker


to Flavet Villagfes


VILLAGES HOUSED WORLD
WAR II VETERANS.

By CODY BOND
Alligator Contributing Writer

Sara-Nett Wood's parents first
met when her father came to UF
on the GI Bill in 1946.
He was dying to be a Gator, and
she was looking for a man in uni-
form, Wood said-
They were soon married and
began their life together in one
of the Florida Veterans Villages,
or Flavets, that UF bull to house
new students and their families on

c od, a 1974 UF alumna, was
only six months old when her fa-
ther graduated in 1950. She said
living in the Flavets was a happy

Sh retr to UF Wednesday


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WHAT'S HAPPENING
Peace Corps and BusineSS
Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
Sturin Hall, room 104
Returned Peace Corps vol-
unteers will talk about their
experiences as volunteers in
business sectors. A recruiter
will be available to discuss
the application process. This
is open to all majors and the
public who are interested m
business, nongovernmental or-
ganization development or in-
formation technology. Contact
peacecorps~ufic.ufl.edu for
more information.

RUB Entertainment Presents
Guitar Hero: World Tour
Competition
Today, 8 p.m.
Orange &c Brew
Teams will compete in groups
of four to try to win the new
"Guitar Hero World Tour"
game for Xboic 360. Sign-ups
for teams start at 7:30 p.m.
To register,- each team needs
a singer, guitarist, bassist and
drummer. At least one person
on each team must be a UF
student.

Trashformations at Museum

Today, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The Florida Museum of
Natural History
The Trashformations art show
will be on display all night,
with judging starting at 5:30
p.m. The exhibition features re-
cycled art from middle school,
high school and college artists-

The Harn Museum of Art
Guests will have the oppor-
tntyd 0 pa tcpate in twfo
"rcyce cat btl cp
pendant jewelry and a rolled
magazine bowl.
There will be a drumming
performance on recycled ma-
tenials. Action Research, an art
performance group, will also
perform outside.

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lookout for a man who robbed
a Domino's Pizza at gunpoint
Tuesday afternoon.
Domino's employee David
Bop 23, told police a man
wearing a stocking cap and
large sunglasses walked
through the door at 2:50 p.m.
and approached the counter of
the Domino's at 2106 S.W. 13th
St., a GPD report s ated.9nu
Hodn ba m
handgun, the man told Bopp to


give him all of the money in the
drawer, the report stated.
Bopp told police -he imme-
diately tried to open the cash
register drawer, but the man told
him that if he did not hurry up, he
would "~blow (his) head off."
According to the report, after
taking all the money out of the
drawer, Bopp put' it on the coun-
ter for the man, who ordered all
the employees to go to the back
ofothtedstore as he left through the
The report describes the sus-
pect as a 6-foot, 170-pound black
man, pants, a gray vest and a dark
shirt with green, yellow and red.
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requests but will only be able to distribute
198 tickets.
To get on the list for tickets, citizens need
to contact their senator or representative.
Roberts said such a demand for tickets
never happened during his years at the of-
fice, which date back to former President
Bill Clinton's first inauguration.
"This is an unusual situation," he said.
"It wasn't ever a situation where it was an
overwhelming request."
In past years, the office has always been
able to accommodate those who requested
tickets, but Roberts said it will be impos-


sible this year.
About 86,000 tickets will be distrib-
uted by members of the U.S. House of
Representatives for the
ceremony, which is about
the same amount that
was available for the last
inauguration ceremony in
2005, he said. He did not
4 know how many tickets
steamssenators would obtain.
Sixth District Rep. Cliff
Stearns, who represents western Alachua
County, said in an e-mail statement he


did not know how many tickets his office
would receive to distribute, but he had
more than 200 ticket requests so far.-
Zach Moller, president of the UF College
Democrats, said he wBl soon tell members
of the group how to get tickets if they're
interested in going to the inauguration, the
theme of which is "A Birth of Freedom."
Moller said he won't be heading north,
but he said he's excited to hear Obama's
first speech addressed to the country as the
president of the United States.
"It's going to be one hell of an event,"
he said.


By ANDREA ASUAJE
Alligator Writer
easuaje@alligator.org

President-elect Barack Obama will take
the presidential oath at the Capitol on Jan.
20, but with thousands of requests pouring
in for the limited free tickets to the inaugu-
ration, some would-be attendees might end
up watching it on television.
Rusty Roberts, chief of staff for U.S. Rep.
John Mica of the 7th District, which encom-
passes St. Augustine and Daytona Beach,
said the office has received close to 2,000


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When and where is it? May 4 to June 1, 2009, in Paris, Bordeaux and Lyon.
Who can participate? Open to all UF majors. Many courses without prerequisites.
What can I expect? Four incredible weeks in 3 French cities. Program fee includes tuition, hotel
room, transportation within France, public transport passes in each city, a guided tour of the Louvre,
three dinners, bus tours of each city, and much more. Eleven courses taught by UF professors.
Is this the right time? Opportunities to study abroad come once in a lifetime. The dollar is at a
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percent of consignment and thrift
stores nationwide had increased
sales from January through August
2008, compared with sales during
those months in 2007.
The average increase was 35 per-
cent. The survey found that almost
86 percent of stores have seen an
increase in new customers, and 74.5
percent are seeing new suppliers or
donors. -
Ashley Wheeler, a manager
at Sandy's Savvy Chic Resale
Boutique, said the shop has been


busier than usual.
The store no longer offers con-
signment because people opt for
getting money right away when
they bring in their items.
"I guess, because of the economy,
people really need
$.0081 the extra money,"
NeWS Wheeler said.
Other stores, such
as Plato's Closet, which advertises
"brand-name, gently used" cloth-
ing, have also noticed an increase
in business.


Sean Driscoll, the store's owner,
said store buys and sales have in-
creased by 25 percent in the past
year a significant increase that
makes economic effects highly vis-
ible.
"People thought college stu-
dents, having disposable incomes,
were immune to the economic crisis,
but now with their parents losing
their jobs and even students them-
selves losing work, they are forced
to become thriftier," Driscoll said.
Everyone is learning the value of


the dollar, he said.
Now, instead of trying to find de-
signler goods, people air searching
for the best deal.
Jennifer Hayes, a .Santa Fe
College sophomore, said there is no
reason to spend more money than
necessary for clothes from the mall
when secondhand stores will do.
"I don't have the funds to spend
$100 on a pair of jeans when I could
get them for $20, practically new,
secondhand," Hayes said. "It's just
not logical."


SSALES INCREASED NATION..
WIDE ABOUT 66 PERCENT.

By ASHLEY HOOVER
Alligator Contributing Writer

In light of the state's fluctuating
economy, Gainesville residents are
forgoing shopping days at the mall
for better deals at local thrift and
consignment shops.
A recent survey conducted by
the National Association of Resale
& Thrift Shops found that about 66


Thrift store sales rise as economic conditions worsen







4, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2008




'Release the hounds'


Mlisty Morning Hounds hosts 1L4th annual fox-hunting event in Alachua


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Alexis Macaulay, center, directs foxhounds during the Misty Morning Hounds 14th Annual Opening
Meet, which featured a traditional fox hunt, at Snooty Fox Farm in Alachua on Saturday morning.


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Macaulay opened the first bottle
of champagne to celebrate the first
kill. The back of the pickup truck
was now a bar.
The bubbly liquor, mixed with
orange juice, was poured as mi-
mosas mnto paper cups and served
to riders still atop their horses. The
stop at the t-ruck-turned-bar was at
least twice as long as the time for
Each drag hunt.
"In case you haven't noticed,
we like partying," Macaulay said,
laughing. "Alot."
That was round one. Three more
drag hunts, kills and rounds of
drinks to go.
Macaulay hopped back into his
truck and grabbed his walkie-talkie
to keep up with the group as they
trailed behind him to the site of the
next kill.
The hounds quickly caught on.
Before the last truck had a chance
to unload its passengers and fill up
their cups, a horn was blown.
"Mac, that was too fast," said
Roy Brewer, an auctioneer who
served as the emcee and wore a red
tailcoat. "OK, drinks. Bar's open
Eagch of the four drag hunts was
the same, except the hunts became
shorter and the stops longer as
spectators mingled.
"We've got to make it a good
morning," Brewer said. "It'd be an
awful slow morning if we only did
one."
Hours later, when the drag
hunts were done and the hounds
tired out, more champagne and
a buffet brunch was served. With
hounds and horses put away, ev-
eryone drank and socialized as if
the morning wouldn't expire. It
was almost noon,
Tradition.

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pictures and audio from the Mlj y
Morning Hounds' Opening Meet, visit
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By ILEANA MORALES
Alligator Contributing Writer

It was 8 a.m. when the bagpiper
began trotting down the hill. The
first sound of tradition.
A priest in a floor-length white
robe stopped talking about the
Vanderbilt game. Women in jackets
and boots stopped shuffling around
a table crowded with cups of port.
As the bagpiper approached, his
tune of "Scotland the Brave" mixed
with the sound of barking hounds,
neighing horses and the staccato
click-click of cameras.
The show was about to begin.
About 20 fox hounds, includ-
ing Whiskey, Clover, Badger and
Bubbles, were the stars of the Misty
Morning Hounds' Opening Meet
at Snooty Fox Farm in Alachua on
Saturday morning.
After 14 seasons of fox-hunting,
not much has changed.
That's how they like it. Tradition
is one of the main reasons specta-
tors gathered early this weekend
morning and why the fox-hunting
rituals have survived hundreds
of yer and several banis on fox
This is the fourth year Father
Harold Ritchie, of St. Anne's
Episcopal Church in Keystone
Heights, led the "Ble~ssing of the
Hounds." The scroll he read from
was decorated with paw prints.
"What's. different?" Ritchie
asked. "It's raining."
Tradition isn't cheap, he added.
The invitation-only event was
$55 for spectators and $105 for rid-
ers. Membership to the Hounds,
which costs $650 per season,
begins with training young dogs
in September ind continues into
the cooler Saturday mornings of
November.
The money goes toward the
upkeep of the hounds. Feeding the
full group of about 40 hounds costs
$1,000 per month. Hygiene costs
add up as well.


"There's not even a flea on
them," said joint master of fox-
hounds Walter "Mac" Macaulay.
As necklaces with charms of St.
Hubert were passed out, Ritchie
told the story of the saint who
would protect the hounds, riders
and spectators.
St. Hubert was in an open field
on Good Friday while everyone
else was at church when he saw
a stag with a cross wrapped in its
antlers. The stag said, "Hubert, get
thee to the Lord or go to Hell."
Riders 'and spectators laughed
and sipped port their first drinks
of the day. It wasn't yet 9 a.m.
Tradition.
Kim Muiioz, former kennelman
for the Misty Morning Hounds,
received the scroll from this year's
blessing. Her mouth dropped when


Ritchie announced it was hers.
Muitoz, who as kennelman
trained the hounds for five years,
said she would make room for the
scroll on her wall of hound- and
fox-hunting memorabilia.
"It takes you to a different time,
the whole ambience," Mufoz said.
"I know each hound by name.
They're like my children."
Riders atop horses with short
braided manes wore full traditional
uniforms of tan breeches, rich-
colored coats and stock ties. They
were accompanied by a bagpiper as
they chanted: "We'll all go hunting
today, we'll all go hunting today."
Spectators piled into four pickup
trucks known as tally-ho wagons.
They headed to the site of the kill,
where they would meet the riders
and hounds.


The hounds are trained to hunt
the scent on abattery-operated blue
and orange ball with a raccoon tail
bouncing around in a cage. The ball
is soaked with anisette liquor.
Honorary hunt secretary Diane
Cotter said that, a few years ago,
a red fox ran across the field in the
middle of a drag hunt.
"It was funny to watch. They
never picked up on it," Cotter said.
"They just hunt the scent."
A minute after the audience
arrived at the site of the kill, they
were greeted by the familiar sound
of bagpipes.
Soon after, the hounds came rac-
ing down the field to seize the prize
- a bag filled with "soup bones."
"Boy are the hounds barking
today," Macaulay said. A horn was
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straight at one point because you're working
on a deal or you may need to get a player
traded."
Heitner was featured in Young Money
Magazine on Tuesday for his entrepreneur-
ial success with Dynasty.
The Miami native said his passion for
sports came from his father.
"I wanted to be a sports doctor for a long
time, but then I realized I couldn't handle
blood," he said with a laugh.
He said "being a sports agent would be
a perfect path" because it combined sports
and law.
Heitner always had an entrepreneurial
edge. He began his own promotions com-
pany during his undergraduate years that
would help to fund Dynasty in the begin-
ning.
During an internship at Career Sports
& Entertainment in Atlanta, he said he was
thrown into the fire of client management.


But he needed to separate himself from the
crop.
"After people saw Terry Maguire,' it's
like everyone wants to be Tom Cruise," he
said.
So he started the Sports Agent Blog in
2005. The site turned into a
networking tool for agents
and athletes and received
~a:more than 3,000 hits a day.
Itsi popularity sparked
some new ideas.
"Let's not wait any
longer," he said he told his
Heitner partner at the time. "Let's
not wait to get hired by an-
other company. Let's just do it ourselves."
Dynasty was born. in April 2007.
Heitner said his method for the agency
was unorthodox because most agents start
with one company and later start their own
after building a clientele.


What started with one bowler client has
expanded to include more than 40 clients
and six~independent contractors in divisions
such as baseball, football and basketball. The
entertainment division represents six mod-
els, two of whom are UF students.
Each semester, Heitner tries to hire one UF
student intern and infuse them in the sports
agent and management world. Heitner said
he hopes to represent a few Gators athletes
and build a strong base in Florida as the 2009
NFL and NBA drafts draw near.
After he graduates, he will spend 100
percent of his time with Dynasty from home.
Although there isn't a lot of money right
now, they're focused more on the long-run
benefits.
"It's not about the success of or the
amount of money that .is made from
Dynasty, it's about waking up and not hav-
ing any regrets with anything that you do,"
he said.


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Darren Hei~tner walked around the Levin
College of Law courtyard with a steady, con-
fident pace Wednesday afternoon while his
peers scrambled from class to class.
The laid-back gait of this 23-year-old,
second-year UF law school student doesn't
seem to match his executive lifestyle,
Heitner is GEO and co-founder of
Dynasty Athlete Representation, a sports
management agency catering to about 40
clients in sports and entertainment.
Heitner finds harmony in the chaos.
"I always have to have my phone and
computer with me as much as possible,"
he said.
"The good thing about the business is
you're not working 9 to 5 every day. The
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6, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2008

Editorial


Insecure


Three security breaches

is too many

ended with the unreliable ISIS system and the always-
crashing UF WebMail, you thought wrong.
Apparently UF's computer servers play defense about as
well as the Gators' last five opponents. That's right, we've
been breached again.
To clear up any possible misunderstanding before it be-
gins, the Editorial Board would like to emphasize that we
aren't budding computer engineers. We e-mail, we Facebook
and we solitaire (sometimes spider) we might not have the
clearest understanding of the UF network.
It seems to us, though, that having three security breaches
within~ the past six months, in tandem with the faulty
WebMail system, paints a picture that says UF has a lot of
information technology kinks to work out.
UF's College of Dentistry was targeted this time. The col-
lege's server contained personal information on more than
344,000 patients. In accordance with the law regarding these
kinds of problems, the college contacted everyone who may
have been put at risk by the security breach.
If you think you're at risk, check your e-mail. An empty
inbox should relieve your fears.
The fact that UF is attacked via computer with success so
often worries us a bit. We like our identities, and we don't
want anyone taking them.
OK, the.1ast breach was a personal error, not the result
of a hacker's illegal intrusion. Still, that leaves two security
breaches in the past six months, which doesn't sit well with
us.
We don't have the answers for these perceived IT prob-
lems, but we hope someone around here does.


ALLIGATOR
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America's drunken love affair with the notion of
change has led the nation to completely overlook
the shortcomings that continue to ravage our
country.
While the results of Nov. 4 show the world that racism
may no longer be a prevalent issue in America, irrefut-
able evidence reflects widespread hatred for lesbians and
gays.
Am I unfair to assume that my fellow Americans have
quashed the hopes and dreams of millions out of sheer
disdain toward their sexual preference?
Please, Lbeg you, bestow upon me the tiniest bit of un-
derstanding: Why did you vote in favor of Amendment 2
if not for hate?
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans gender and Queer
community wages war every day to fight for the same
rights the rest of Americans have come to take for granted.
Why must our country continue to go out of its way to
make the lives of gays and lesbians so difficult?
Let us not forget that same-sex marriages were already
banned in the state of Florida. Not once, not twice, but
through four eerily similar statutes.
All across the country, we are robbing our neighbors,
classmates and colleagues of the civil liberties intended for
all Americans, not resenred for a select few. The idea that
my peers have made a concerted effort to ensure that the
lives of others are made more challenging solely based on
their sexual preference is sickening,
What is it to you that partners in a domestic partner-
ship are able to share health care benefits?
Shouldn't two people in a committed relationship be
able to have the peace of mind that their pension will pro-
vide for the other's future in the wake of a tragedy?
Do not hide behind your Bible and preach to me about
the pitfalls of same-sex marriage. Do not tell me I am


going to Hell for standing up
ac s~l for the LGBTQ community and
-- condemning your vote. Do not
Look me in the eye and say that
Voting in favor of Amendment 2
is about being a good Christian,
Daniel Seco rather than fear mongering.
lettersoalligator.org I am not gay, nor did I have a
vested interest in the outcome of
the, vote. Should that matter?
I voice my indignation because there is something so
starkly un-American about taking away the rights of oth-
ers when it has nothing to do with you. My strong Catholic
convictions may shape the course of my daily actions, but
there is no denying that being right and just toward my
fellow man transcends any religious teachings.
As Americans, we pride ourselves on being a nation
proven capable of change in the wake of a historic elec-
tion. There is no taking away the monumental steps we
made in electing the first black president, but so much
will be lost if our country replaces blacks with gays as the
scapegoats of America.
We cannot allow archaic ideology that shuns lesbians
and gays from enjoying the same basic rights and privi-
leges granted to all Americans to continue under the next
presidency.
The greatness of our nation is built upon the ability for
all citizens, regardless of personal differences, to live a life
afforded equality nothing short of the next man,
We must learn to be selfless and understanding of our
diversity. We must bear in mind the necessity of nothing
less than absolute change. The strength we draw from each
other will lend a hand in the renaissance of our country.
Daniel Seco is a journallismZ graduate student. His columnl
ap~pears on Thursdays.


Asthe U.S. creeps
closer to the begin-
Aning of President-
elect Barack Obama's first
days in office, the optimism
toward the Illinois senator
remains constant.
For better or for worse,
Americans want to be a part
of every detail of Obama's
historic and successful run
for the presidency.
The Editorial Board actu-
~ally gets kind of giddy think-
ing about how responsive
and enthusiastic people have
remained after the election
results were announced.
We've been pleasantly
surprised by the continu-
ing love being shown to the
Obama camp.
People are still so fired
up by Obama's election that
many of them cannot wait
to head up to Washington,


D.C., to watch the 44th
president's inauguration. So
many people, in fact, that
congressmen don't know if
they'll be able to fulfill the
overwhelming number of
requests for inauguration
tickets.
These tickets don't usu-
ally sell out. The House of
Representatives alone dis-
tributes about 86,000 tickets
for the inauguration that's
a lot of people watching a
single speech.
We aren't about to fight
over tickets to a speech so
we can freeze our tails off all
the way up in D.C.
If you plan on making the
trip, good for you. We hope
Obama delivers his greatest
performance to date.
We would rather stay
down in Florida where we'll
stillbe able to feel our toes.


Jessica DaSilva
EDITOR
Hilary Lehman, Ken Schwencke
MANAGING EDITORS


Adam Wynn
OPINIONS EDITOR


Reader response
TOday's question: Did you know
Amendment 2 did more than
define marriage?


Wednesday's question: Do you
like Sen. John McCain more now
that the election is over?


52% YES
48% NO


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Letters to the E~ft r !
Palin unfairly attacked by media
The quality of journalistic
reporting performed during this
election season was downright
awful.
As an intelligent, informed
voter, it disheartens me to see
there are sections of the U.S. so
ignorant in their liberal tenden-
cies they cannot see through their
own political biases to write a
slightly informed opinion of a
candidate.
Attacking Alaska Gov. Sarah
Palin. by saying she crossed a
boundary because she suggested
President-elect Barack Obama's


tax plan contained socialistic
qualities is ludicrous. Obama
said he wants to "spread the
wealth around," which conveys
socialistic traits by advocating
taking from those who have and
giving to those who don't.
It's mere leftist tunnel vision
to suggest mainstream America
does not concern itself with is-
sues of abortion, the right to bear
arms and other "moral battles"
that sidetrack people from "real,
solvable problems."
If only the major media at-
tacked Obama the way it at-
tacked Palin you can only find


the truth if you seek the facts.
Buddy McKendree
3AG

a am .

Codes don't replace conscience
.While I think it's great that
Student Body President Kevin
Reilly and Student Senate
President Jordan Johnson say
they want to end the corruption
in Student Government, eth-
ics seminars and rewriting the
"weak" SG Code of Ethics will
not accomplish their goals.
Contrary to what SG would


like you to think, its members
are not ignorant, and they are
not confused, about what is
ethical. Not knowing Sunshine
Laws might be excusable, but
the ethical lapses that occurred
on Reilly's watch are simply in-
excusable.
You should not need an ethics
seminar to realize that determin-
ing who gets a position before
interviews are conducted is not
only unethical, but offensive to
those who waste their time in-
tenriewing for a position that has
already been promised.
A Sunshine Law session


shouldn't be the only indicator
that giving committees pre-ap-
proved lists of candidates where
"green means go" is a bad idea.
The code of ethics should not
be what makes you realize that
asking an anointed candidate
easy questions cheats students
out of a representative who could
do the job competently.
If Reilly and Johnson really
want to fix SG, the change has to
start with them.
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lem."
While some people may need money or medi-
cal treatment, others may simply need someone to
believe in them, she said.
.Other speakers emphasized the importance of
volunteering locally.
"You can't put a Band-Aid on
homelessness."
Arlel Gruman
former homeless woman

Pat Bellis, assistant manager of volunteer ser-
vices at Haven Hospice, said students would only
be effective volunteers if they do something they
are passionate about.
"Volunteering feeds the soul," Bellis said. "You
never know what your kindness might change."
Charlie Shaw, of the Campus Kitchens Task
Force, challenged students to change Alachua
County's poverty statistics.
He said people are impoverished for many
reasons, but helping in just one specific way can
benefit person's entire life.
"Community service can be harl and drain-
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After living on the streets for two years with-
out a home or family, Ariel Gruman knows that a
few helping hands can go a long way.
In an event promoting community service
Tuesday night, Gruman, 35, shared her experience
as homeless person and encouraged students to
volunteer in and around Gainesville.
She spoke at a forum called "Service and You"
in McCarty Hall A, which was attended by more
than 50 people.
Gruman~ left her home in Colorado to es-
cape from domestic abuse. She traveled first to
Alabama ad then to Forida with her infant son,
Simon, in 20.
"It was a long road," she said. '? was up and
down and all over the place."
Because of a head injury she received in a
snowboarding accident, Gruman suffered from
memory loss and mental trauma. She was hom -
less until Florida organizations offered help.
If students approach homeless people as indi
viduals, Gruman said, they could have a signii-
cant impact in Gainesville.
"You can't put a Band-Aid on homelessness,"
she said. "You have to get to the root of the prob-


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Senate meeting that senators and
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bus trip in January to the state's
capital to host a Senate meeting
on the state Senate floor and meet
with lawmakers and UF alumni.
A select group of senators will
also meet with legislators to give
input on higher education issues,
he said.
Interested students will have a
chance to sign up for the trip in
the near future, he said. The trip
is optional for senators.


External Affairs Director
Matthew Goldberger encouraged
senators and students to give
input on higher education bills
that will be addressed during
the 60-day legislative session in
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UF's tuition and fees are
about $3,700 a year, and the na-
tional average for all four-year
universities is about $6,800 a
year, he said.
About 94 percent of incom-
ing freshmen at UF have Bright
Futures, and about 70 percent of
all UF undergraduates have the
scholarship, he said.
To help solve the situation,
Fajack said he would like to
see scholarship money capped
at about $3,000 to $3,200 a year
or the scholarship's standards
increased, or both,
"Make sure all your
friends from up North
come down and buy a lot
of Power ball tickets."
Matt Fajack
UF's chief financial officer

Fajack said the Legislature's
affinity for Bright Futures and
other policies hinder UF from
becoming a prestigious institu-
tion.
"The state economic poli-
cies and procedures keep us,
handicap us, from becoming
the greatest university in the
world," Fajack said.
With increased revenue from
tuition, he said, UF would be
able to hire more faculty and
reduce the student-to-faculty
ratio, which is about 21-to-1.


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By THOMAS STEWART
Alligator Writer

The Florida Bright Futures
Scholarship Program may be
popular with UF students, but
the student aid is hurting the
university, UF's Chief Financial
Officer Matt Fajack said in a
Wednesday speech.
Fajack spoke to a crowd of
about 50 UF administrators
and local leaders, including
Gainesville City Commissioner
Jack Donovan, at the
Community Campus Council
breakfast held at the Hilton UF
Conference Center.
The breakfast, held once a
month during the academic
year, is a 35-year tradition,, ac-
cording to UF's Web site.
While attendees finished
eating their $16-a-plate buffet
breakfasts, Fajack discussed the
university's budget woes.
Fajack said one of the biggest
reasons UF is seeing budget
shortfalls is because of Bright
Futures.
Bright Futures, which is
funded by the Florida Lottery,
is keeping tuition low because
it makes the state Legislature re-
luctant to raise tuition, he said.
"If we raise tuition without
affecting Bright Futures, it just
comes out of the state coffers,"
he said, "so the state, especially
right now, has no incentive to
increase tuition."


At UF's peer institutions, it's
about 15- or 16-to-1, he said.
UF's high ratio gives teachers
less time to spend with students
and less time for research, he
said.
"That professor that inspired
you to your life work, he didn't
inspire you because... he or she
doesn't have the time to talk to
yoxi" he said.
"The person that wrote the
proposal for the grant that
cured cancer didn't cure cancer
because he didn't have time to
write the proposal."
In addition to talking about
tuition, Fajack said he expects
UP to receive a cut in state
funds from the ~Legislature for
the next academic year but said
he didn't kcnow how large ,it
would be.
He said it was also possible
the state would cut UF's budget
in the middle of the academic
year. However, he said he didn't
expect that to happen because
he thinks the state understands
how devastating such a move
would be.
He~ jokingly told the audi-
ence they could help UF's bud-
get situation by encouraging
people to play Powerball when
the Florida Lottery introduces it
in January.
"Make sure all your friends
from up North come down and
buy a lot of Powerball tickets,"
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grandparents, Pat and Kent Powers, also lived
on campus years ago, Powers added.
"It makes me- proud of the culture of
the school that so many good people
have come through here."
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macntwihavhe had oany direct
The intrusion of the server
comes despite tightened security
measures over the past few years
as well as two other security
breaches associated with UF that
were uncovered mn the past six
months
In May, an assistant profes
sor of plastic
surgery ola
,of Medicin~e ie
A Jacksonville re-
6'signed afterUF
officials found
Dolanhe gav awayna
training confi-
dential patient information.
In June, UF officials notified
about 11,000 current and former
students of the College of Libe~ral
Arts and Sciences because some
of their private information was
posted online.
Dolan said despite all the
safeguards, she is not surprised
attacks like this happen.
"No system is 100 percent
fail-safe," Dolan said


Association. The program celebrates the univer-
sits cntributioms lin thmeeareas of research pub-

Three other markers have been dedicated
since November 2007, but this is the first to em-


Residence Education, also spoke during the
ceremony. Dunkel said enrollment at UF jumped
from about 600 students in 1945 to almost 8,000
in 1946 because of the GI Bill.
Although the Flavets were intended to be
temporary housing solutions, they had a lasting
effect on the university's culture, he said, adding
that students actually protested the destruction


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"We really managed our data
in an appropriate way, hand n-

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mouse s taton," Dan sai .
"There's just a lot of bad guys
out there.
The college has reinforced the
firewalls protecting its servers
from these types of attacks.
Janine Sikes, UF spokes-
woman,- said Chief Inormation
Officer Charles E. Frazier was
out of the office Wednesday af-

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The University Police
Department and the FBI are in
vestigating the incident
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sa ae bee b eirh privacal
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who called .Wednesday were
confused about whether they
were even UF patients. The col-
lege runs a pathology biopsy lab,
she said, and so some victims


Paul said working with
landowners is the biggest
challenge. The county will
deal with the residents
through the
LOCal homeowners' as-
NeWS sociation.
SStaff is meet-
ing with property owners to
discuss their rights and will
report findings to the county
commission, which will pro-
vide direction on how to take
the next step.
Other aspects of construc-


tion are also proving chal-
lenging.
Landscaping would be an
issue since the trail's route
would follow power lines.
It would also be con-
structed near Lake Kanapaha,
an environmentally sensitive
area, he said. Areas next to the
lake are more likely to flood
when it rains, and the trail
might have to be a boardwalk
in certain parts, he said.
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deal," Paul said.


TRAIL, from page

Connecting Haile
Plantation to UF could make
bicycle commuting a more
viable option, he said, though
he didn't think it would open
up the area to student hous-
ing.
The trail would be funded
by a county fee paid by de-
velopers.
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obstacles.


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Perhaps most notorious method of
Facebook stalking is the status update
- the best way to convey your physical
and emotional whereabouts to your loyal
Facebook following. They're harmless, but
if you use one of these worn-out, all-around
annoying status updates, you are so off our
friends list.
1. John/Jane is so in love! Baby, you mean'
so much to me.
This status update is the equivalent of
sending a mass request to all of your
friends to vorbit. Save your friends the nau-
sea, save your dignity, and keep the love
notes private.
2. John/Jane is screaming infidelities and
taking its wear.
There are other more effective ways to
express yourself through music other than
posting the lyrics to the most whiny, emo-
tional song on your iPod as your status.
3. John/Jane is finding things in unexpect-
ed places and wants you to know.
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world you are more than just a pretty face
holding a red Solo cup in your profile pic-
ture. Save youryour vague, wordy, pseudo-
sensitive status updates for your journal.


shesaill it

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SBlack Friday, and check out

"::,*a$ ePI lCTshow at 1982.

1 Robert Hilson gives a weekly
~ld~i~ 1a dose of album reviews and
bartender Gabrielle Falconeiri
talks about couples ib the tiar-scene
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~II anartile about free music and a movie
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Chris McCarty, the dreadlocked
singer-songwriter and Gainesville
native, is on the tip of a major break-
through into the national music
scene.
For the short time that he has
been touring, McCarty has made
a name for himself. H-e performed
at Gator Growl in 2002, opened for
Dave Matthews Band and has been
approached by major record labels
such as Atlantic.
McCarty hopes to bring his high-
energy harmonies to the table to com-
pliment his feel-good tunes infused
with reggae, pop, Latin, hip-hop and
even funk influences when he plays
at Common Gr~ounds Friday.
Coming back to perform in
Gainesville is the totality of every-
thing, he said. It's like coming full
circe self-proclaimed "acoustic-
rock-soul" artist said he created his
own genre because he couldn't stick
himself in one genre.
"People, regardless of how old
you are, what color you are or what
sex you are, everyone can connect to
it," McCarty said. "It's art. Its my
sounds, my own expression."
McCartZy said he's been ap-
proache~d by nine music labels this
year, includirig major labels and
lesser known labels such as Slot-A-
Lot, which is hip-hop artist Chingy's
record label.
"Right now, I'm just doing my
own thing," McCarty said.
Throughout his career, McCarty
estimated that he's been approached


with 16 different offers, but he said
he hasn't taken any because -they
"haven't felt right yet."
"I'm not going to settle or sell
out," he said. "I'm just going to keep
doing my thing."
McCarty said he's a firm believer
in his good karma and the idea that
things end as fast asthey begin. ~
"I want to keep going," he Mfid.
"I kcnow something is around the
corner."
UF student and singer-songwriter
Zack Yanger is opening for McCarty
Friday night with his band, A to Z.
Yanger said the band has a some-
what mellow and beachy sound"'
"We write all
of our lyrics from
real life experi-
ences," he said.
"We iry to tell real

Yanger and
friend Adam
Ivccarty Niedzwiecki, A to
Z's lead guitarist,
started jamming together about a
year ago, and the pair just recently
picked up a drummer, bass player
and keyboard player.
Yanger said he thinks starting a
music career in Gainesville is great
because of its rich music history,
boasting artists like Tom Petty and
the members of Sister Hazel.
"Chris McCarty is definitely
Gainesville's next big thing," Yanger
said. "He's amazingg"
Doors at Common Grounds open
at 9p.m.


thought of taking such as geology
and public relations.
If I ever have to give a press
conference on continental drift, I'll
know what to do.
People might think I'm that nerd
who gets to class early and stays late,
but I don't care. l imagine I'm Vince
Vaughn in "Wedding Crashers," ex-
cept I'm crashing your international
relations class.
I'm starting to feel like an actual
student in these classes. I'll catch
myself from time to time mutter-
ing answers to instructors' ques-
tions and accepting test forms. I
have to remind myself that I'qtot
a member of th~e
rhavetogive family I'm just
s conference te~s moger eat oe
drift, assumes is the new
o do.f boyfriend.
Sometimes I
worry I'll be discov-
ered, but I figure if worst comes to
worst, I'll pack up, and leave. Em
also considering leaping up to my
feet and declaring "You've all been
fooled!" before running out of the
room laughing.
I plan on keeping this up for as
long as I can. I might as well receive
the education I'm paying for. And
if I don't have to pay for it, all the
better.
This university owes us some-
thing for being rattle.


In a university that relies on mas-
sive,1lecture-based classes to educate
a herd of students, it's easy to feel
Neglected and forgotten. However,
I recently found that being another
face in the crowd has its benefits.
This semester, I'm registered for
a bunch of those classes. In order to
keep up with all the notes, I've be-
gun bringing my laptop to class.
The problem is that my laptop
has grown incredibly slow after
three years worth of downloaded
laughing-baby videos. I'm forced
to arrive 10 minutes early and stay
10 minutes late to start up and shut
down the relic.
Over time, this
process became so IflIer
slwthat it strethd~aap

period.Ididn'twant on continent
to disrupt, so I sat 1'll know whai
down and contin-
ued my work while
the instructor taught the class. No
one said anything. In a class that
large, taking roll isn't common, but
an unfamiliar face is.
Then I thought to myself: If no
one's going to notice me, why not
stick around?
So now my old Dell and I linger
in the back of the room, unnoticed,
two and three periods beyond my
regularly scheduled class. It's great.
I can get a lot of work done and lis-
ten in on classes I would have never


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Do you know what my fa-
vorite part about Thanksgiving
is? It's not the food or the good
company or even the days off of
school. It's Black Friday. For the
fashion unaware, Black Friday
is the Friday after Thanksgiving
when almost everything goes on
sale'. 'Electronics, clothing, you
name it. Chances are, there is
something seriously discounted.
Black Friday is a vicious battle,
and it is every -
man, woman
and child for Blac
himseM~ or her- vicious
self. -it is every mar
For my fellow. child for hims
j-fashion addicts herself.
who decide -* .
to join me at -malls across the
country on this day, I have some
advice for you.
Most important, plan ahead.
Do not go into Black Friday with-
out an idea of what -you want.
Pick one to five items you want
to buy and stick to your choices.
Black Friday is not a day to pe-
ruse; you get in and grab what
you want before someone else
does. That being said, take a -few
minutes and do some research.
Find out what's going to be on
sale at which stores, and plan ac-
.cordingly. A general knowledge
of the geography of the stores
you intend on attacking is quite
useful too. That way you can get


in, beeline for the item you want,
get it and go, go, go.
I'd take a partner on Black
Friday as well, and by partner I
do not mean your boyfriend or
girlfriend. No, I mean the friend
who has already seen you as iri-
cious as you can be. The friend
who will love you no matter
what you do or say, so when you
tell that girl that she looks fat in
the dress you want, you've got
someone to back
.you up. And if
Ik Friday is a you're about to
rs battle, and get in a catfight
n, woman and over a pair of
elf or) skinny je~ansat
your back. There
is strength in numbers, but limit
yourself to two other indepen-
dent people, "and make a plan.
Meet somewhere if you split up,
and remember that cell~phone re-
ception is iffy in a lot of shops.
SBetwveen planning and assem-
bling your people, you should
have "the basic necessities for a
successful Black Friday. That
morning, eat a hearty breakfast,
Swear comfortable clothes, stretch
a little, and get ready to-get some
of the best deals you can on
clothes and more! Remember, it's
vicious out there. Take no prison-
ers just get what you want and
move onto the next thing. Good
luck.


diverse music scene.
"San Francisco is kind of flaming," said
Harris. "You get, that combination of disco,
gay, over-the-top, flamboyant inspiration, and
you also get the inspiration of serious rock
music and psychedelic music. That's defi-
nitely inspired our sound a lot."
In addition to their new album and cur-
rent tour, Von Iva also had a cameo in the
movie "Yes Man" with Jim Carrey and Zooey
Deschanel and wrote four songs for the
movie.
"Zooey is such an amaz-
ing woman, and not your
h~e set, Jillian will typical Hollywood kind.
into the audience of girl at all," said Harris.
w what's going on, "We're still hanging out
t paying attention, when we can and support-
ure they are. ing each other's bands."
is When it comes to the
mer future for Von Iva, the only
thing that seems clear is
the continued growth of
their popularity.
SAnd though the band members aren't keen
on making plans, Harris said that the band
hopes to one day tour throughout Europe.
"When you try to plan something and try
to make it work a certain way, it never does,
so I think the best thing to do is put yourself
in the right environment and good things will
happen," said Harris.
SVon Iva will play along with The Early
Twenties at 1982 on Monday at 8 p.m. Tickets
are $8 for people under 21 and $6 for people
21 and over.


When Von Iva takes the stage, it doesn't
just play it bursts your eardrums, tears the
roof off, electrifies the floor and brings the
walls down.
Von Iva, made up of singer Jillian Iva,
keyboardist Becky Kupersmith and drummer
Kelly Harris, just really wants to make people
dance, and it seems to be working.
Fans continue to want more of their allur-
in~g combination of hard-driving beats, Iva's
soulful voice and their unwillingness to stick
to a genre.
"We kind of have
that philosophy where (f "urg
we couldn't figui-e it out Duig
ourselves," Harris said. come out
"I think it just. developed and let people kno
naturally and organically, an~dif people aren
like most good things do." she'll make s
The trio will perform-KlyHa
in Gainesville on Nov. 17 Vonll IvaDru
to promote its new album,
"Girls on Film," and intro- -
duce its energetic style, which often includes
stage dives and crowd-surfing, to Gainesville.
"What we want to do is just try to give
people something a little bit different, but also
get them involved," Harris said. "During the
set, Jillian will come out into the audience and
let people know what's going on, and if people
aren't paying attention, she'll make sure they
are."
The group hails from San Francisco, a place
famous for the acid tests of the '60s, the Golden
Gate Bridge and the cable cars that climb its
steep hills. The city isn't as well-knowit for its.


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LADY GAGA
THE FAME
The CD spine says Lady GaGa, but music for "The Fame" was actually. co-written
Sby Bilal Hajji, Josh Schwartz and a handful of other less attractive, more talented song-
writers who churn out star-mnaking cuts for the likes of Britney Spears and Nick Carter.
You won't see the funnily-named song writer Brian Kierulf on "The Hills," but GaGa, a
Factory Girl in training, hit up an Audrina party on said program thanks in large part
to catchy, beat-heavy club cuts like "Paparazzi" and "Money Honey." Don't equate GaGa with fluff. She
flourishes lyrically "Let's have some fun, this beat is sick." And she pulls her weight in marketing: Rob
Fusari can't rock jet-black spandex, and Martin Kierszenbaum doesn't sell records.


-: 4TpE DRREM
~You can't teach an old dog new tricks, especially a dog that wears eyeliner. So it
would be unfair to expect Robert Smith, after 30 years and 13 albums, to suddenly snap
out of his long-suffering adolescence. "4:13 Dream" plays on familiar Cure themes. Boy
-- meets girl. Boy wears girl's lipstick and takes gifl to Tim Burton film, scaring girl off
for good. Boy contemplates death. Yet the Grandfather of Goth, Smith, now a frumpy
mime with a Phil Spector haircut, still faithfully purveys the dark side's softer side
with sprightly love confessions "The Only One" and spacey crescendos "Underneath the Stars."
Unfortunately, in middle age, Smith's angsty posing now also begins to mirror his black mascara it's
wearing thin, and the cracks are starting to show.

'lHf~ THE 88
NOT ONLY ... BUT ALSO
Alert the accent authorities.. Joining a long list of faux pond-hoppers Madonna,
Johnny Ramone On "Not Orily ... But Also," The 88 take their sunny, So-Cal pop
tunes and cake them with a heavy layer of English inflection. You can't blame these
lads for wanting to sound like the Beatles, but fact is, their talents lie elsewhere. For
instance, Keith Slettedahl manages some Blind Melon-esque notes on uptempo bal-
lad "Sons and Daughters." "Save Your Breath" fits the heart-on-sleeve, crooner mold,
though impressively displays powers of ESP with the line "I don't want this anymore." Mind reader! Still,
bogus Brit-pop influences undercut melodies like, "I'm gonna run through the door/ talk to the floor/ it
must be true." A word of advice: Lock the door. The British are coming, sort of.


HEART ON
Frontman Jesse Hughes knows he will always be overshadowed by best bud Josh
Homme. The guy is 6'4" slouching, the reigning god of metal via day job Queens of
the Stone Age, and is the unassuming, because-that's-what-friends-are-for drummer
in Hughes' band Eagles of Death Metal. On "Heart On" (how quaint), Hughes tells us
once and for all that he's not interested in respect. More swaggering riff-rock served
on a bed of sleaze, these tunes celebrate the virtues of cheap thrills and tight pants. "Anything 'Cept the
Truth" and "Secret Plans" effortlessly groove on death metal trademarks: skuzzy guitar, falsetto and
sex. Obviously life is good when you're in tight with the king of Queens. Hughes is happy to play court
Jester.


One of the perks of bartend-
ing is that I get to people-watch
during lulls. People-watching
in a bar gives you insight mnto
relationships that no psychology
class could accomplish. Couples
who come into the bar generally
fit into a few types, and I have
found they are by far the most
entertaining people to watch.
A classic example of the
couple everybody loves to hate


is the overly affect
that insists on sl
the bar for 20 min
Although you mig
body is watching,
most of them dor
your slobber-
fest. Please get
a room or at
the very least a
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who can't
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has usually surpa~
level of intoxication
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bar. I saw one a
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the girl finally
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back in love again
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There is the girl and guy 'who
always come together but act
like each other's wing-person.
These two act like a couple when
they're together but clearly have
decided to keep their options
open.
Occasionally only onegrmem-
ber of the wingman couple will
find another person of interest,
which transforms the wing into
the dreaded third wheel.


ctionate couple The rarest type of couple who
ucking face at comes into the bar is the one
~utes at a time. that somehow thinks Midtown
:ht feel like no- is a great place for a first date.
,they are, and Generally any place with a blast-
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of drunken col-

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couple everybody loves vide the best
to hate is the overly affectionate environment
couple that insists on sucking for a relation-
face at the bar forl 20 ship to grow,
mntes ata time but chances are
minu a e.the first date
couple is so
their they love familiar with the surroundings
er. This couple that they spend most of their
ssed the typical time talking to friends instead of
,n and runs the their date.
Is while at the Next time you're out, see if
few days ago you can spot one of these couples
between crying, at the bar. Their antics will either
lughing before remind ~you of PSY 2012 from
stormed away. freshman year or the best and
er they were at worst of the Discovery Channel.
bar, apparently In either case, it will be a show
you won't forget, but yourmight
ple who comes want to have the memory surgi-
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12-10-74-1


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*QUIET, CLEAN, LOTS of GREEN SPACE.
Rustic 1BR apt. $375/mo.
91BR cottage $435/mo. Call 378-9220 or
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TWO BLOCKS TO UFI
Studio aab 1/1s as low as $489

$0 MOVE IN FEES
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Apartments off SW 20th Ave. Close to
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Price range $445 to $665. Includes water,
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10-08-74-2

1 MONTH FREEl NO FEESI
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12-10-08-74-2

Deluxe, Large 3, 4, 5, 6, 7BR apt/house, 60
second walk to UF. Remodeled, Old House
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Wood floors. With Parking. By Private Owner
538-2181Iv message 12-10-08-74-2


The Estaites- gated, upscale apt 1br/1ba
quad for only 575/mo First mo free! Walk
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561.254.7557 11-24-08-16-1
1BR/1BA 50 ft camper completely furnished
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2 bed luxury condos for rent.
Granite tops, tall ceilings, private balcony,
super quiet construction. $1600/mo.
Call Eric Wild at 352-870-9453
12-1 0-74-2


Tired of Vanilla Apts?
Check out our newly renovated 1, 2, or 3
bdrm floorplans starting at $795,
with only $99 move-in fees.
(Limited time offer)

Wind meadows Apts
3700 Windmeadows Blvd -
(Behind Butler Plaza) 352-373-3558
12-10-08-74-2

ENJOY YOUR OWN BATH!
3BR/3BA homes off of SW 34th Str
Close to UF. WID incl
Union Properties 352-373-7578
www.rentgainesville.com 12-10-74-2

Home ead ApartmentsB&2R/A
$139 moves you in
1 & 2 BDs starting from $599
Please call (352) 376-0828
gremco.com 12-10-74-2

Pinerush Villas

M19n ovs sR u in
1 & 2 BDs starting from $499
Please call (352) 375-1519
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Sundown Apartments
First month free
$139 moves you in
Studio apts starting from $499
Please call (3512) 7-2 96


Great Location near UF
Large 3BD/2BA home, w/wd
Lansn~ie fame opor~:
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CASABLANCA EAST
2BD/1.5 BA $ 725/mo
Pets OK w/fee
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352-214-9270 12-10-08-74-2

We've Rolled Back the Prices!
$450/mol1BD/1 BAclose to UF
Windsor Terrace Apts.

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Bike or walk to UF, Vet School & VA Hospital
WID hookups. Pets welcome.
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Equal Housing Oppty.
12-10-08-74-2

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12-10-08-71-2


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THE LAURELS APARTMENTS
*Sign TODAY, get 1 MONTH FREE*
on our luxury, 2/2 & 3/3 townhomes
FREE Cable wlHBO and Showtime
AII Amenities Plus FREE Tanning
Gated*Alarms*Pet Friendly 335-4455
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12-10-08-74-2


Huge 2 & 3 BR's
Starting at $730
Pets Welcome Great location *
Close to UF, Dining
373-1111* SpanishTrace.org
12-10-08-74-2

Don't Settle
Come Home to Cobblestone
2/2 & 3/3 Luxury Apts.
Tanning, Pool, Bus stop,
SCable, Dog Park & MOREl
(352)377-2801
12-10-74-2


Bivens Cove- Leasing for NOW & Springl

ONE MBNT $ E m NR oemin Fees!
21C~all or Come by Today! 376-2507


AHl Paws On DeckI
Huge 1&2 Beds*Great LOW rates
FREE Cable Free Internet
Full WID in each unitl*Free Tanning!
Move NOW: 372-8100
12-10-74-2

The Boardwalk-
Leasing for Now & Springlil
2BR-$7591mo 3BR$9591mo
NO MOVE-IN FEESI Great Bus Route
Call or Stop by Todayll! 377-7401
12-10-08-74-2

ALL THE SPACE YOU NEED!
At the price you want
No Move-in Fees! Move in TODAY!
1, 1 w/den & 2 BRs Reduced RatesI
FREE UF parking *FREE Gym
Pets Welcome 352-332-7401
12-10-74-2


PARKI NG***
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF.
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538-
2181. Can leave mssg. 12-10-08-74-2


YOUr MOm
wants you to live here
1, 2, or 3 BR
*Great Deals*
Pet friendly, Gated
(352)372-0400
12-10-74-2

Hate your roommates?
Luxury 1/1 @$699
No Deposit Move in TODAY!
352-335-7656 www.thepolosuftcom
12-10-74-2

Affordable, Quiet, Comfortable
1's from $539 2's from $375/person
Close to UF, Shands, Butler Plaza
Pet Friendly 376-1248
www.hiddenvillageapt.com
12-1 0-08-74-2

AS BIG AS A HOUSE!
Huge 4BR TH W/D inc.
FREE UF Parking*FREE Gym
Call for specials 332-7401. 12-10-74-2

Great LOW Ratest

No my ein le s*B Is W/D!
We love pets* F~ree Tarming!

12-10-74-2







Tired of The Same Boring Apt?
Sign now for Downtown Livingl
Luxury 1/1, 2/2 &3/3s
Washer/Dryer*Pet Friendly*Alarm
www.arlingtonsquare.org* 338-0002
12-10-74-2

M US EUM WALK
Gainesville's Best Kept Secret
Leasing for Fall & NOW1
Luxury 2/2 TH
FREE Cable, FREE Tanning, FREE Alarms
Walk to UF *379-WALK
12-10-74-2

THREE BLOCKS TO UF!
2br/1ba from $665
No Move-in Fees! Water included
Wood floors avail! Pets loved!
FREE Parking! 372-7111
12-10-08-74-2


Va"Ited ceilings, resort style pool...
And more!! Your luxurious 4/4 is waiting!
COME IN TODAY
and receive a personal check for...
$300!1!!!!!
352-271-3131
12-10-74-2


Action Real Estate Services
Houses to Condos
1-4 BR, Starting at $450
www.action-realtors.com
352-331-1133
12-10-74-2


$1710 & $1860 back
Close to UF Tanning, 3 Pools
24 hr gym, game room
B-ball, V-ball & Tennis courts
352-335-7656 www.thepolosuf.com
12-10-74-2






A PARTM ENTS
*1 MONTH FREE OR CASH BACK*
Brand NEW & leasing for Fall 08
>From 1080 sq ft2brs 1633 sq ft/3bts
Beach-entry pool*free tanning*pet friendly
352.376.0696 www.EnclaveUF.com
12-10-08-74-2



Walk to UF, 3BDI2BAS
3 Blocks to Norman Hall
Historic, Stone Duplex
Newly Remodeled
WD, HVAC, Pet Friendly
$1200/mo
352-375-8256
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Large 1, 2 & 3 bdrm Floor Plans;
Furmiture Packages Inc. Washer/Dryer;
Morkout Rm, Tennis Court; Swimming Pool;
Sauna etc. Mon-Fri 9-6, Sat 10-3
700 SW 62nd Blvd 877-781-8314
www.Iakewoodvilllas.com
12-10-08-74-2




Individual Leases: Furniture Packages,
Incl Washer/Dryer, FREE Hispeed Internet;
Every Unit is an End Unit
Mon-Fri 10-5:30, Sat 11-2
701 SW 62nd Blvd 888-267-5078
www.spygiassapts.com
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ACROSS FROM UF!
No Move-in Fees! Pets loved.
Studios $440, includes electric!
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12-10-08-74-2


Walk to Class!
1brs from $530 150 ft from UF!
$0 move-in fees! Move-in Today!
FREE parking! Pets Welcome!
372-7111 CollegeManor.org
12-10-08-74-2


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2BR units starting at
S$745. Gated community
Private courtyards
M-F 10-6 Sat. 10-2

5950 SW Avecom e

12-10-08-71-2

THE PALMS*
SWalk to UF
Spacious 2/2 condo
Guaranteed parking. Pool.
Starting @$1250.
230 SW 2nd Ave. 494-6027
www.gainesvillepalms.com
12-10-08-69-2

Deal or No Deal
Rocky Point
376-1619
12-10-08-51-2

The Best Apartment
No Fees, up to $1860 Back
Minutes to UF
1/1, 2/2, & 3/3 move in today!
352-335-7656 www.thepolosuf.com
12-10-45-2

STHE GROVE VILLAS *
Rental Community
1 mo. FREE RENT
1BR Loft Style Starting at $600
Gated Community 6400 SW 20th Ave.
888-373-0849
12-10-08-50-2

St. Charles Condominiums. 1418 NW 3rd
Ave. Luxurious 2/2 condo with large loft avail.
now. Granite counters, tail ceilings, 2 private
balconies. 2 blocks from campus. $1400/mo.
Call Eric Wild at 352-870-9453. 11-17-30-2

WALK to UF Available January.
2BR/2.5BA $1000. 1BR/1BA $600. No
pets, no smoking. Contact 352-870-7256 or
gyll32601@gmail.com 12-10-08-41-2

1BR/1BA Close to UF
$450/mo Pets ok.
352-375~8481 or 352-359-1644 11-26-08-
30-2

****1BR/1BA GREAT LOCATION****
1bik to UFIShands Avail Now! Energy ef-
ficient, some utils. Very spacious, carpet.
decal park Prefer grad student/mature. $600.
postj@bellsouth.net 352-376-0080 284-3873
11-14-08-20-2

1/1, Ridgeview, free water, next to park, on
the bus line, cent HIA, courtyard, 2 miles to
UF, convenient to shopping, no smoking, no
pets. $470 SD, $470/mo 562-2824 11-17-
08-15-2

Duck ond
2 bd 1.5 ba 1200 sq ft townhouse in heart of
historic neighborhood.w/d Blocks to down-
town shops &Drestaurants. 508 & 52789NE54th

11-17-08-20-2

ARCHER WOODS
1/1 $499/mo 2 LEFT
373-87%~7 11-18-08-2

F RE EMON TH S
Country Gardens 2/2 $879
373-4500 11-18-08-20-2

SPECIAL $1 00 off first month rent. 2640 SW
31st PI Unit B. 2 BR/1 1/2 Ba 2 story apart-
ment. Private fenced backyard. WID hookup.
Near UF/Shands and on bus route. 562 2782
or 514-6869. $545/month 11-26-25-2

1st M fjTH FREE CASABLANCA WEST
2 BR 2.5 BA townhouse,
w/d hookups, pool, ceramic tile, $815/rent
2735 SW 35th Place #904
Carl Turikig on Ral Es at Inc. 372-951

08-13-2

BIKETO UFlWALK TODOWNTOWN
Large 5 BR house in historic Duckpond,
wood floors, w/d hookups, $3895/rent
406 N 7th Street
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.Tu rlington Real Estate.com 11-14-
08-13-2


For Rent
unfurnished

MARCHWOODI 1st MONTH FREEl
2 BR 2 BA townhouse,
New flooring & paint, w/d hookups,
Vaulted ceilings, pool, $695/rent
4385 SW 20th Lane
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 11-14-


WALK TO UF! 3 BR 2 BA, new flooring
Before move-in! vaulted ceilings, garage,
Washer/dryer, $1400/rent, 2624 NW 4th Ave
Carl Turlington Reid Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonReal Estate.com 11-14-
08-13-2

CLOSE TO OAKS MALL! 3 BR 2 BA,
New ceramic tile & paint, carport, w/d
Hkups, $925/rent, 1410 NW 55th Terr
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.Tu rlingtonRealEstate.com 11-14-
08-13-2

BRIGHTON PARKI 2 BR 2.5 BA townhouse,
Separate dining, high ceilings, Jacuzzi tub,
pool, $795/rent, 4415 SW 34th St #609
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 11-14-
08-13-2

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN Ist Month FREE!
3 BR 2 BA Duplex, wood floors, lawn/wvater
included, Washer/dryer,
$1025/rent, 220 SE 8th St #2
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 11-14-
08-13-2

1st MONTH FREEl 3 BR 2 BA,
Living & family room, 2 bonus rooms,
w/d hkups, fireplace,
$895/rent, 3305 NW 46th Pl
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.Tu rlingtonRealEstate.com 11-14-
08-13-2

READY FOR MOVE-INI 2 BR 1 BA, new
flooring/paint w/d hkups, CHIAC, courtyard,
$575/rent, 535-A NW 26th Avenue
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
www.TurlingtonRealEstate.com 11-14-
08-13-2


1 BR 1 BLOCK to U F
Available now. Almost new. WID incl
$750/mo. Gore Rabell Real Estate 378-1387
12-10-08-26-2

2007 2BR/2BA luxury condo, pool
view, top story, fitness center
washer+dryer, granite counters,
screened lanai, on Tower Rd bus
route, $875/mo, (352) 262-2871 11-14-
08-10-2

NW 39th Ave Fancy Ig 3/2 w/loft. Open,
bright, laminated wd looking flr $750-775.
Xtra ig loft, ceramic tile fir $900. Nice 2/2 gat-
ed patio, trees $600-640. Laminated flr $675
Good area, 373-8310, 219-3937 11-17-12-2

Walking Distance to UF Law School!I
419 NW 26th Street. Clean, beautiful new-
er home 3 bdl2ba wld included! $16501mo.
Avail. end of Dec.learly Jan. Call Anne @
810-610-0110 for more mnfo. 12-10-26-2


2b lb 1 block MidTown *
2 Car Decal WiFi-Internet Washer & Dryer*
Jn-J y8 2042NW 18 St Manny 352 317 4408


For rent Summit House 1 BR, 574 sq feet
Across the street from Shands and VA
$600 per mo, $250 security 352-672-1482
11-19-08-14-2

MONTICELLO CONDO 2BR/2BA
1 car garage, pool & tennis court privileges.
Across from GHFC. No pets. $1000/mo. Call
331-6872 11-19-08-10-2

AVAILABLE NOW
2BR duplex behind Norman Hall. Free park-
ing. $625/mo 1119 SW 7th Ave. Call 372-
4903 11-19-08-10-2

2 bed/2bath apartment in Capstone Quarters
on Archer Rd near SW 34th ST. New paint
and carpet. Washer and dryer included! Pool,
plenty of parking, close to everything! $800
(352)672-0917 11-19-08-10-2


For Rent
unfurnished


POOL HOUSE AVAIL NOW!
Bike to UF 4BR/3BA, over 2000 sf, nice area
1 mi to UF. 2816 W Univ Ave. $1500/mo 1st,
last mo & 1 mo SD 376-6183, 352-327-2931
11-26-08-15-2

We haeRAL I/i frRn '091

300 NW 18 St, Large 575 sc ft only $5851
4 blocks to UF GATORSIDE
1600 NW 4th Ave, Cute 400 sq ft only $430!
Bike to UF CENTERPOINT
1220 NW12 St, 530 sq ft big, only $475!
No Application Fee, Most Pets OK. For Info
call E.F N. Properties, (352) 371 3636 or
email Rentals@EFNProperties.com
11-14-08-6-2

For rent by owner:4/2/2 at Lexington Farm
in Haile Plantation.ready to move in.$1200 a
month.Option to buy is considered.
Please call Helena at 772 285-0708 11-
21-10-2

HISTORIC HOME 4BR/2BA near UF. 1105
NW 14th Ave. Over 2000 sqare feet, central
heat & air. Pets ok. Call today, Fred 352-375-
2900. www.AndreeRealty.com $1200/mo.
12-10-08-22-2

HOME FOR RENT 3BR/2BA, 1 car garage,
screened porch, fenced yard, new carpet
& paint. $995/mo. Call Fred 352-375-2900.
www AndreeRealty.com 12-10-08-22-2

$500 2 BD Apartments
Historical Downtown, WIDhookups,
porches, Bike to UF 10-15 mins. Great
Sizel Cutel Must See! $99 Deposit special
rentalworkshop.com 505-9264, 870-0904
11-17-08-7-2

2 bed/2 bath in Brandywine 2811SWV
ARCHER Rd,water and sewer included in
rent. tile/wood.1st floor close to Bus Stop and
Swimm/pool Pet/OK. 6,9,12 months lease
cell 3525624091 nex to UF 11-21-10-2

2BR/1BA & 3BR/1BA HOUSES FOR RENT
SE side. Fenced yards, WID hook-ups. Call
for info 224-5693. Section 8 available. 11-
14-5-2

RIGHTPLACE, RIGHT PRICE, RIGHT NOW
Steps from VA, Shands, Vet School & UF.
1 & 2 Bedrooms from $625. Grad student &
VA/Shands discounts Renovated units avail
Union Properties@Summit House 376-9668
12-10-08-21-2


*Cottage Grove *
Have your own house and live in G'ville
largest floor plans. All the great amenities-
Pet Friendly 2,3 & 4br units avail.
.NO-MOVE-IN FEES FOR A LIMITED TIME

11-15 tage roveatgansi le7 om

1 bedroom 1 bath duplex at 930 NE 23rd
Ave #C. A must see at $385/month...won't
last long. Call Jennifer at 352-871-2274.
11-19-5-2

2MasterBr/2Ba Luxury end unit condo in The
Gables. Vaulted ceilings, granite & custom
cabinets throughout, stainless appl, garage,
scr patio, comm pool, cable wlHBO&SHO
MUST SEE!Call 4 pics!$1250 727-492-9836
11-19-5-2

2 BED / 2 BATH CONDO $800/MONTH
Located in Capstone Quarters near the cor-
ner of Archer Rd. and 34 St. Great location
for school and shopping! www.gainesvillecon
do.info or 630-390-6612 1-6-08-19-2

$545 1/1 in a 2/2 Hidden Lake Villa. Price
includes cable, fenced in backyard, washer
and dryer, free tanning, 24 hour maintenance
and monitored alarm. Pet friendly. Available
ASAP. Call Katie (813)541-5857. 11-19-
08-5-2

SW University area, bus, bike, walk to UF.
1BR/1BA in 4/4 condo available now & for
spring. $450/mo all utils incl. Call Nalini
Pandey 352-514-3398 or email nalinijoshi2
1@gmail.com 12-10-08-18-2

2 & 3BR on shady lot. AC/heat. From $400/
mo. Water included. No pets. 4546 NW 13th
St. Call 376-5887 12-10-08-18-2

2BR 2BA Luxury Condo, quiet/safe, in
Creek's Edge, pool, w/d, new appliances and
completely renovated, best bus route
$1,200 mo Call 850-251-7853
1810 NW 23rd Blvd, Apt 243 Gainesville
11-19-08-5-2

2BR 2BA Luxury Condo, quiet/safe, in
Creek's Edge, pool, w/d, new appliances and
completely renovated, best bus route
$1,20( mo Call 850-251-7853
1810 NW 23rd Blvd, Apt 243 Gainesville
11-19-08-5-2

SUN ISLAND
1BRs from $580 2BRs from $650
Sun Bay Sun Key Sun Harbor
352-376-6720
12-10-08-18-2

2 Rooms Avail. In 4 Bedroom House
Avail. Dec 08' or Jan 09' $450 a room
Short term lease Avail. Other 4 bedroom
houses available for Spring Sublease
Or Year Lease Starting Aug 09' Email
ericmanin@yahoo.com or 352-682-7424
12-10-08-18-2


Subleases 7


Sublease 1BR apt @ College Manor. Walk
to UF in seconds. 1BR/1BA, pets allowed,
smokers allowed. Contact maryana~ufl.edu
(Normally $600/mo, but subleased at $500/
mo + utils) 440-864-0982 11-18-08-10-3



460+share of utilities: Master bedroom with
private entrance in 4/2 house from January
to August, with option to renew. 1 mile from
UF Campus, large backyard and bicycle or
storage room, clean and quiet roommates.
Furniture available if interested. Call Phil at
770-833-0814 11-19-10-3



ARBOR LOFTS. Available NOW thru July
'09. 1br/1bath & large kitchen and living
room. Only 3 blocks from UF by the football
stadium!! No deposit. $739/month. Call, text,
or email: (239)249-0216 or eweyl@ufi.edu
11-17-08-7-3



Windsor Hall Luxury Dorm, walk to class!
Furnished, kitchen, utilities,internet. First
floor, quiet and easy access front and
side entrance. Window overlooks nature
area. 1/2 large double, male. Available
December '08. $489/month. 904 923-7431 or
sunbay@comcast.net. 11-13-08-5-3



1 BR / 1 BA apartment sublease from
January to August. Fully furnished
apt. @ The Estates includes internet,
cable & alarm at almost 600 sq. ft.
Contact (813) 679-4946. 12-10-08-22-3



Spring Sublease. Price reduced: $295 and
1/3 of utilities. One bedroom and one bath
in three bedroom/three bath town home.
Amenities include: washer/dryer, back porch,
community pool, gym, and hot tub, great
roomates. Call 954-288-5889 for more infor-
mation 11-17-08-6-3



Close to UF! Museum Walk sublease 1/1
in 3/3 January to July. $499/mo + utilities.
Pets allowed. Pool. Tanning. Gym. Contact
a3310@ufl~edu. 11-17-08-5-3



$635/mo. 2 Bedroom 2.5 Bath townhouse
with WI/D, D/W, full kitchen, private balconies,
large closets. 5min walkto campus. Pets with
deposit. Available now. Call 904 484.4156 or
email cavguns~ufl.edu 11-24-08-10-3



Nov Rent Free! $475 util, cable, & internet
mnclCUnfurn 10x12C room for rent ihn fumn3/
23 Dr right on campus! Dishwasher, laundry
room, pool, & gym. Avail now thru July '09.
954-554-6059 or aldraper@bellsouth.net
11-17-08-5-3


Spacious 1 &; 8 3 bedrooms.starting at
$525. $625 & $795. Different floor plans
some with enclosed patios or balconies.
Italian iile, e ros nar Hted, N, W/tD

of storage space. Near bus route .332-7700
1-80-38-2

2BR/2BA condo in Treehouse Village incl
W/D,pool,tennis court,bus stop opposite
condo.Avail immediately.561-737-1 856 11-
18-08-5-2

Large, Bright & Affordable
2br/1.5ba on SW 20th for $795
new appliances, includes w/d
pets ok, call: 352-275-4914
www.GoPinnaclePoint.com 12-2-08-13-2


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2BR 1BAApts $600/Mo
5 Blks to UF, Central H & Air
Laundry Fac. Carpet, Pets Allowed.
Short Term lease Avail.
829 SW 5th Avenue
Call Merrill Management Inc
352-372-1494 11-21-9-2


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oxford manor 2/2 sublet. 1 month
free w/ lease. gated entry, w/d
in unit, free cable and tanning,
large gym, 2 pools, sauna $906mo
lease exp. 7/30/09 #863-381-7182 12-10-
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Brand new luxury condos starting at $220k.
Granite tops, tall ceilings, private balcony,
steel & concrete construction, alarm system.
Call Eric Wild at 352-870-9453 12-10-74-5

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12-10-16-5


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Arbor Lofts Sublease. Available Jan 09- July
09. 1 BR/1Bath loft style apartment at $7891
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R om in 4br condo incl utils, internet,
cable TV, pool. Very Nice $425 283-8777
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Near everything Drink/dine downtown! Walk
to campus! Room in a Spacious remodeled
2 level modern house.$550/All inclusive. Yes
everything.email wjreganOO@yahoo.com for
pics/more info. 11-21-14-4


Female needed for a 1/1 in a 2/2 at Cabana
Beach apts, runs to Jul 31 $525/mo. NO
SEC DEP Includes furn, elec, hgh spd intnet,
was/dryer, cable. Must have Guarantor. Call
352-281-2055. 11-21-08-15-4

Fen le roornmat needed nin condo

cable, internet, utilities, pool
an ore, renovated, furnis ed-27 1-
08-1 0-4

Rommt eaned in nie4R3Ab ho
DW, WID, new stove & AC unit. Cox cable &
network internet. No cats or dogs. $375/mo-
All utiis incl. 328-4995 11-17-10-4

Roommate needed for Spring, 2/1 Piccadilly
on SW 34th near Sweetbay. $408/MO.
Contact Travis 386.717.3419. 11-19-10-4

Roommate needed for 3/2 house with
big backyard. Must love animals. $400

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MUST SEE 1Bd/1Ba in nice 2/2.5 condo
1.5 mi from UF WID, internet, newer appis,
pool, open parking, condo fully furnished.
$550/mo + 1/2 utils. call Chris 5614459034
12-10-08-21-4

Female roommate wanted for a 1/1 in a 2/2
condo at Magnolia Place. $550/mo. includes
util, cable, internet, DW, W/D & pool. No req
lease length. 352-538-0437 11-14-5-4

8 blocks to campus. NIS M/F grad student/
professional for Ig rm/ba in home of PhD
student. $575/mo incls all utils, WiFi. 727-
433-0229 11-17-08-6-4

A Unique Place to Live
Two nice houses in established neighbor-
hood, central location just 10 min to UF and
downtown. Two bedrooms in each house to
share. Large swimming pool, WID, fenced-
in yard, many other features you must see.
Individual lease, some include Utils $400~
510 plus sec dep. Please call Mr Kristoff
332-5030 11-25-08-10-4

RENT LAKE HOUSE
$400 security deposit, $400 rent/mo + utils.
Call 352-246-1637, egonskinny@gmail.com
12-5-1 5-4


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Psychotherapy office available
All day Mons & Fris. All evenings & week-
ends. $175/mo. Contact Arlene Bargad,
LCSW352-371-4797 11-21-08-10-5


BED QUEEN $110 ORTHOPEDIC
Extra thick, pillow-top, mattress & box. Name
liadnew, still plastic. all 352-372-7490

BED FULL SIZE $90 ORTHOPEDIC
Pillow-top mattress & box. New, unused, still
in plastic wlwarranty. Can deliver. Call 352-
377-9846 12-10-08-74-6

MICROFIBER SOFA & LOVESEAT $400
Brand new still packaged wlwarranty. Must
sell. Can deliver. Retail $1600. 352-372-7490
12-10-08-74-6


Datr KsN b$17s~prins O Oopedic rated.
Name brand, new, never been used, in plas-
tic with warranty. Call 352-372-8588. Can
deliver. 12-10-08-74-6

CHERRY SLEIGH BED solid with Pillowtop
Mattress & Box. All new still boxed. Cost
$1500, sacrifice $450 352-333-7516

Sofa $175 Brand new in pkg 333-7516
12-10-74-6

BEDROOM SET. 7pc Cherry, Queen/ king
bed, dresser w/mirror, 2 nightstands, chests
avail. Dovetail const. New, in boxes. Can de-
liver. Retail $6500, must sell, sacrifice $1100
(352) 372-7490 12-10-08-74-6

SOFA & LOVESEAT 100% Italian leather.
Brand new in plastic w/warranty. Retail
$2650. Sacrifice $750. Call 352-377-9846
12-10-08-74-6

DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry set w/table,
6 Chippendale chairs, hutch & buffet. New,
still in boxes. Retail $5200, sacrifice $1100.
Must sell. Can deliver. 352-372-8588 12-
10-74-6

FUTON Solid oak mission-style frame w/
mattress. New, in box. $140 332-9899

DINETTE SET 5pc $120 Brand new in box.
Never used. 352-377-9846 12-10-08-74-6

**BEDS ALL BRAND NEW"
**Full $100 Queen $125 King $200**
Orthopedic pillow-top sets. Brand name
matching sets not used or refurbished. Still
in plastic, direct from factory! 352-333-7516.
12-10-74-6

BED- QUEEN New orthopedic pillowtop mat-
tress and boxspring set: Brand name, brand
new, still in plastic with warranty. Can deliver.
$120 352-377-9846. 12-10-74-6

Bed- All New King! 3pc Orthopedic pillowtop
mattress set. Brand NEW, still in plastic with
warranty. Can deliver. $200 352-333-7516.
12-10-74-6

BEDROOM SET- $300 BRAND NEW
Still in boxes! 6 pieces include: Headboard,
2 Nightstands, Dresser, Mirror, Chest. Must
sell, can deliver. 352-377-9846. 12-10-08-
74-6

FUTON $60 Solid Oak Mission Style. With
plush mattress $140. All brand NEW still in
box. Can deliver. 352-333-7516 12-10-74-6

POOL TABLE Gorgeous 8" All wood table.
Leather pockets, Italian 1" slate, carved legs.
Brand new still in crate. MUST SELL Retail
$5500. Sell $950. Can deliver 352-377-9846
12-10-74-6

HOT TUB/SPA $1295 Brand New Loaded!
Waterfall, LED lights, cupholders, 110-v
energy efficient with warranty. Free delivery,
MUST SELL 352-372-8588 12-10-74-6

Bed-FULL size pillowtop mattress & box.
New in plastic, warr. Can del. $100 317-4031

SOFA $185 Brand new! Love seat $150 still
in pkg. Can del 352-333-7516 12-10-74-6


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Network specialists
We buy computers and laptops
.Working and Non-working
378-4009, 607 NW 13th Street
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.Electronics

51" Toshiba DLP-HD TV. 10801 HDMI outlet.
47 1/2" W, 23" D 49 1/2" H. Remote control.
Great picture quality. $475
(352)318-5299 11-19-08-5-8



Bicycles

In the market for a new set of wheels or just
looking to add a second to that collection?
Want personalized handlebars or a fitted
seat? Check in the Alligator Classifiedst

NEW & USED BlKES FOR SALE
WE REPAIR ALL BRANDS
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424 W UNIV AVE (DOWNTOWN)
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PARKING:
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538-
2181. Can leave mssg. 12-10-08-74-10

UF SURPLUS EQU IPMENT AUCTIONS
are underway...
bikes, computers, printers, vehicles and
more. All individuals interested in bidding go
to: http://www.surplus.ufl.edulonlinel
12-10-08-99-10

PARTY SUPPLIES Complete 11 e of
Bar Suppies, glassware, beer taps, draft
beer equipment. Professional Cooking
Utensils. R.W Beaty Co 1206 N Main St.
RWBEATY.COM 376-5939 M-F 8-5, Sa 10-3
12-10-74-10


MOtOrcycles, Mopeds


****** SCOOTERS ****@*
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SALES, SERVICE, PARTS
Many Brands Available 518 SE 2nd St.
www.RPMmotorcycles.com 377-6974
12-10-08-74-11

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Motor Scooter Sales and Service!
Great Scooters, Service & Prices!
118 NW 14th Ave, Ste D, 336-1221
www.NS4L.com
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NEW CONDOS -WALK to UF
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Bedrooms for Sale, Call Eric Leightman,
Campus Realty at 352-219-2879. 12-10-
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info and interview. 12-10-08-38-14


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.Call: 352-328-6122 or check FB for pictures
11-25-9-12


a ~Wanted

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10-74-13

UF GRAD PAYS MORE
for gold jewelry, scrap gold, Rolex, diamonds'
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sell! Call Jim 376-8090 or 222-8090 12-10-
08-74-13

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Take a blind lady to Mass on Sundays and for
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Road to Recovery Volunteers Needed!
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Training and liability insurance provided
Please call
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14-10-14

Now hiring experienced staff for fast
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Duties include, but not limited to, bookkeep-
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26-08-10-14

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ing and would be available if needed.
Maurice Hurt (shoulder) also practiced,
and Meyer said redshirt freshman James
Wilson could also get some action after
a great week of practice.
"He's a 330-pound man that's-
got to move to his right a little
ad to hi left. It's f 't "
an IS Ur Meyer
UF football coach

QUOTE OF NOTE: Meyer was asked
Wednesday if he had a nickname for
the formation in Mrhich wide receiver
Percy Harvin takes a direct snap as


W The UF volleyball team got a commitment from Chloe
Mann, an Eastside H-igh senior enrolled in the school's
IB program, on Wednesday. The gymnastics team also
addedrstwo signees to their roster for next year, and the
softball team added five players as well.


By KARL HYPPOLITE
Alligator Staff Writer
khyppolite@all igator.org

Watching a Steve Spurrier-led team
struggle on offense is still something U
fans haven't grown accustomed to.
Watching a Spurrier-led team win be-
cause of its defensive play is usually a rare
sight, but that has been the case this season.
Spurrier's offense -while the
Gamecocks have scored 61 points their past
two .games has been average throughout
the season as a whole, while his defense has
led No. 24 Solith
two nz pmCarolina to a 7-3
record.
The Gamecocks
oueeeare in the middle
of the pack in the
Southeastern Conference in scoring offense
(24.0 points per game) and total offense
(332.5 yards per game), which rank sixth
and seventh in the conference, respectively.
"We've made tremendous improvement
defensively," Spurrier said. "I wish I could
say we've made the same improvement of-
fensively, but we're still not quite where we
hope to be some day offensively."
With Spurrier it always comes back to the
play of his offense and, more specifically, the
play of his quarterbacks. Watching Spurrier
shuffle back and forth between quarter-
backs Chris Smelley and Stephen Garcia is a
familiar sight to Gators fans, though-
"There's a chance we may do that,"
Spurrier told The State, a local Carolina
newspaper, earlier this qreek. "We're going
to try and play them both, some way or an-
other. There may be a spot where they stay
in there two or three plays in arow, just have

SEE GAMECOCKS, PAGE 24


South Carolina quarterback Chris Smelley is one of two signal-callers,the
Gamecocks will be depending on against the Gators on Saturday.


By PHIL KEGLER
Alligator Staff Writer
pkegler@alligator.org

Sophomore Carl Johnson will likely
get the start at left guard against South
Carolina, UF coach Urban Meyer said
Wednesday. Johnson suffered an MCL
sprain in the Gators' 42-14 win against

VaMe er exet hi o be able to play

e e's ae3 0pund man that's got to
move to his right a little and to his left.
It's finei" Meyer said with a laugh. "He's
not going to be running post routes,
Thii season's original starter at the
position~, Jim Tartt (shoulder), is practic-


quarterback.
"Gunner or something, Wild Duck or
something," Meyer joked.
NOTABLE: Junior quarterback Tim
Tebow was named one of 13 finalists
for the Wuerffel Trophy, the All Sports
Association announced Wednesday. The
award honors the college football player
who combines community service with
ou standing academic and on-the-field

Iot irs nmed after former Heismh
led the Gators to a national champion-
ship in 1996.
The winner will be announced at the
All Sports Association's 40th Annual
Awards Banquet on Feb. 20.


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2008




Spurrier's offense leans on two QBs


Confused as to


Where Moody

fitS in 2 So amlI

During UF coach Urban Meyer's press
conferences this season, I have waited and
listened for the same question.
It gets asked almost every time, and the
answer usually leaves me more confused
than I was beforehand.
Here's the gist of it: "Coach, how is
Emmanuel Moody looking, and do you
expect him to get more carries?"
It's a fair question, as Moody was ex-
pected to be a go-to force for the Gators' this
season after he transferred from Southern
Cal, but Meyer's respoh~ses keep my head
spinning, like the one
he gave Monday:
"I do, but if it
doesn't happen,
,it doesn't happen.
. -Emmanuel Moody is
Mike McCall terrific at some things.
I think he's good at ev-
Mc~al-in It erything, but there are
Like 1 See It some things he's out-
mmocall@alligator.org standing at. lliat's top-
of-the-I (formation),
downhill runs that he-
came out of at USC. I could see him getting
more carries as he continues to develop."
First of all, if Moody is still develop-
ing, that doesn't say much for the Pac-10
Conference, where he won Offensive
Freshman of the Year honors, but let's dtig
into the saga of Emmanuel Moody's sea-
son, which has been more puzzling than

After a 2-yard day against Hawaii,
Moody was left on the bench for the entire
Miami game. Thien, he reeled off 55 yards on

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his right ankle.
He sat out three games while recover-
ing, and then Meyer put him in at the end
of UF's victory against Georgia, where he
tallied 71 yards on seven carries to lead the
team in rushing.
Last week against Vanderbilt, he saw
playing time early, but after a 24-yard dash
in the second quarter, receiver Percy Harvin
took the next four carries on the drive.

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SEE MIKE, PAGE 24


UF FOOTBALL


Johnson probable to start at guard


Today's question: Should Emmanuel Moody Percent votes)
have more carries than either Chris Rainey or Title 98% (145)
Jeff Demps? Heisman 2% (3)
Wednesday's question: Which is more likely to14TALOE
happen: UF wins the national title or Tim Tebow
wins the Heisman? (see right for results)






THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2008 m ALLIGATOR, 23


Franklin, Hines use junior college roots to benefit UF


The Le-Net Franklin Files
Franklin, le-N~et #20


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a dominant Division I team.
"When we play them now, its
the same thing," Frankdin said.
"They're out there to play like its
the biggest game in the world to
them, and that's good competition
for us."
If the Gators are looking for
competition, they will get it with
Ch~ipola,~ one of the strongest ju-
trior college teams in the country.
In May, the Indiains captured the
2007 NJCAA Division I Softball
National Championship with a
6-3 win against Northern Idaho in
SPlant City.
The doubleheader at home


against Chipola will be the last pre-
season game for the Gatorsi~before
the regular season starts Feb. 6.
These fall games give the team
time to develop its chenustry on
the field, and for Hines, that has
meant providing some senior lead-
ership for the new players.
Franklin -added that 'the pre-
season-heiis the team find illSikten-
tity before starting the long regular
season in the spring.
"We get new players in who
we'll need to be able to commu-
nicate~ with," she said. "It helps
us get that gel and be able playy
together as a whole."


"At the junior college level, we
were the stars," Hines said. "And
we've been able to take that to this
level and try to excel at this level,
too."
Franklin was primarily a
pinch-runner last season, but she
occasionally worked her way into
the lineup at shortstop. Hines also
saw most of her playing time as a
pinch-runner but has played sev-
eral innings in the outfield during
previous preseason games.
Both, however, put up huge
numbers during their time at
Temple. Hines finished the 2007
season second in the conference in


hits (81) and runs (63) while hold-
ing the third-highest batting aver-
age (.433) and stealing the third
most bases (38). The only person
she fell behind
was Franklin,
who led the con-
ference in all of
Softball the above catego-
Franklin re-
members what it was like to play
against top Division I teams when
she was a junior college player, giv-
ing everything she had in hopes
that her team could pull off an up-
set. Now, she's the one playing for


By ADAM BERRY
Alligator Writer
When the UF softball team takes
the field against Chipola College
today, two Gators will know what
it's like to be in the other dugout.
Seniors Le-Net 'Franklin and
Danyell Hines played junior col-
lege ball for Temple College in
Texas before transferring to UF last
season. After playing contributing
roles on the most successful Gators
softball team in history, the two
hope to use the experience they
gained at Temple to make an im-
pact for UF this year.


Andrew Stanfill / Alligator Statt
UF utility player Le-Net Franklin throws to first after catching a fly ball during the second game of a
double header against Tallahassee Community College on Oct 12. UF won both games, 11-0 and 2-1"


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MIKE, from page 22

thing but the way Moody is being used
confuses me.
He gets yards when he's in the game
and is probably the Gators' most consis-
tent runner besides Tim Tebow.
So why doesn't he play more?
Honestly, I can't come up with an an-
swer, which is probably why I'll be asking
that question next week.

NICKNAME STILL UNDECIDED: I got some
good e-mail suggestions from readers last
week about a nickname for UF running
back Jeff Demps, and you can vote for the
One you like on alligatorSports.org. We're
leaving the poll up for a week, ~so you have.
no excuse to not vote.
Here are a few I liked:
Ethan Rucker suggested "Gump" be-
cause, as he says, "Not since Forrest Gump
wowed Bear Bryant has college football
seen a more explosively fast player than
Demps.
"The added benefit of this moniker is
that we've already had a Bubba in Andre
Caldwell.
"The Gator Nation needs another char-
acter from that classic film to rally around,
(and) who better to receive that nlickname
than Demps?"

ones er 'nThe El sh" afoemeheos per io,
"Quicksilver," "Roadrunner" and "Rocket
Man."
One e-mailer suggested "Beetle Juice"
because "just look at him."
.Others proposed "The Gingerbread~
Man" (you can't catch him) and "Rapid
Transit."


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"Both of our guys deserve to play."
Steve Spurrier
South Carolina football coach

and eliminate signals and all that."
Smelley and Garcia would be fortunate if
noise were the biggest hurdle they had to face
this weekend.
UF's defense has also made a vast im_


Something else caught Donovan's eye,
though.
"In high school, you get a lot of great
scorei-s, but they don't play the other end
of the floor," Donovan said. "He's a great
competitor and a great defender. I think
that's very, very rare."
For Donovan, who has invested years
in the All-American's recruitment, having
Boynton finally sign his
name on the dotted line
came as quite a relief.
"The thing that most
people don't realize is
that you lose more than
you sign," Donovan
said. "More people tell
Donovan you no than tell you
yes. We're certainly
happy that he told us yes."
As for the dart gun, Donovan took it
home.
"M/y youngest (son, Bryan,) actually
thought that it was a gift to him," he said.
Donovan tried to explain what he had
used it for, but the finer points of recruiting
were lost on the 11-year-old.
"He thought that me and Kenny
Boynton were playing dart guns at his
house," Donovan said. "He thought that's
what a home (recruiting) visit was."
WOMEN SIGN THREE: The UF women's


basketball team signed three First-Team
All-State performers Wednesday during
the early signing period.
Christal Caldwell, one of the signees, is
a 5-foot-11 guard from Charlotte, N.C., and
a 2008 EA Sports Second-Team Al-
American. She led her high school team to
a 30-3 record and finished state runners-up
during her junior year.
Jennifer George, out of Orlando, is a
6-foot-2 forward who led Bishop Moore
High to the 2008 State 4A Championship
and a 28-4 record. She averaged 13 points
and 7.1 rebounds per game and shot 60 '
percent from the field during that season,
Lily Svete, a 6-foot-2 forward from
Granger, Ind., averaged nearly a double-
double in her junior year of high school.
She recorded 17.3 points and almost 10
rebounds per game.
ESPN HS Magazine lists her as one of
the top 10 players in Indiana.
"This class fills a lot of needs for us with
the senior class that is going to graduate,"
UF coach Amanda Butler said in a press
release. "Tlhe most exciting thing about
them is the type of people they are and
the personalities they will bring. All three
have a tremendous work ethic, and that's
a quality you can never have too much of
on your team."
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late-1990s, they were effective.
Spurrier also feels sharing the load from
play to play may help his young quarter-
backs deal with the noise of The Swamp,
which will be the largest and loudest stadium
the Gamecocks have played at this season. ,
"Both of our guys deserve to play,
Spurrier said. "And that's one way to do it


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fense (11.9 points per game), fourth in total
defense (286.2 yards per game) and lead the
conference in turnover margin (+13).
"You don't put up a whole bunch (of
points)," Spurrier said. "You hope our
defense doesn't give up a whole bunch of
Points, and we also hope that our offense and
our special teams don't give them anything.
That's not easy right there."


GAMECOCKS, from page 22

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UF signs nation's No. 7 prospect


H ENNY BOYNTON WILL HELP
FILLTfHE VOID LEFT BY JAI LUCAS.

By MIKE Di FERDINANDO
Alligator Staff Writer
mdiferdinando@alligator.org

Apparently, UF coach Billy. Doirovan
doeft' mind a little gunplay when it
comes to recruiting.
While visiting the home of Plantation
American Heritage guard Kenny Boynton,
Donovan handed the five-star prospect a
toy dart gun and instructed that Boynton
aboot him if he started to sound like a
"used car salesmen. -
"Site of the things that I try to do is be
myself and be real," Donovan said. "Kernny
joked afterward that, 'You must have done
pretty good, because no orie shot you.'"
The pitch was unconventional, but it
worked. Boynton signed his national letter
of intent to play for UF on Wednesday.
Boynton should help fill the void leftby
the transfer of sophomore Jai Lucas. The
6-foot-2 guard averaged 34.5 points per
game as a junior and is ranked as the No. 7
prospect in the nation by Rivals.com.
"His ability to score and put the ball
in the hole is very well-documented,"
Donovan said.


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