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Keeping it Local
Two children look on as their father purchases produce at the Farmers' Market in downtown Gainesville
on Wednesday evening. The Farmers' Market takes place every week and features agricultural prod-
ucts and produce grown within 50 miles of the market.
Senate to vote after break
"We shouldn't have to babysit
the bar, but if we need to, we
have the time and resources."
Club owner Andrew Shaara, 55,
was sitting at the bar watching as
Jones performed her routine, the re-
poShaara was arrested for not ad-
SEE DECADENCE, PAGE 5
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2008
Not officially associated with the University of Florida
Currently, support from 20 percent of
senators present is required to add nomi-
By LAUREN BAKER
After meeting for five hours Tuesday
night, student senators will have some
unfinished business to attend to after the
The legislation that sparked lengthy
public debate at this week's meeting
and would increase the amount of votes
needed to add new nominations for open
Senate seats will likely be voted on Dec.
2., Senate President Jordan Johnson said.
nations from the floor in
addition to recommen-
dations already made
by Senate's Replacement
and Agenda Committee.
The approval of this leg-
islation would change
the requirement to 40
percent of the Senate.
By KATIE EMMETS
The owner of downtown's Club
Decadence and one of the club's
dancers were arrested Tuesday when
Gainesville Police saw too much dur-
ing a regular bar check.
Dancer Anginita Jones, 21, was
arrested after police reported her G-
string left too much exposed as she
bent over and danced on a pole at the
Club at 12 S.W. Second St., according
to a GPD report.
"We want to make sure that enough of
a minority in Senate is in favor of opening
SEE SENATE, PAGE 8
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SFLORIDA UNIVERSITIES CURRENTLY ALLOWED
TO ADMIT 38,500 FRESHMEN STATEWIDE.
After postponing a vote in September on whether to allow
increases in freshman enrollment, the Board of Governors is
set to vote on the matter at its meeting in Tallahassee today.
In July 2007, the board voted to freeze the number of
freshmen enrolled in the state's 11 public universities, which
was about 38,500 at the time.
Today, the board the State University
State System's highest governing body 1 will con-
NeWS sider whether to maintain the freeze.
Bill Edmonds, the board's spokesman, said
the reason the freeze was initiated was because universities
increased the number of freshmen they accepted each year
even though state funds did not support their tuition.
At the time the board voted to freeze freshman enroll-
ment, 5,627 students in the'system were not covered by state
funds, according to meeting materials.
Edmonds said the board's decision would not affect
He said the board will also discuss its role in the selection
of university presidents. A university's Board of Trustees se-
lects a president, but a proposed regulation would mandate
that the candidate be submitted for approval by the Board
Edmonds said the board already vets the candidates
informally, and the new regulation would simply formal-
ize the procedure. The Ijroposed regulation also states that
when a university's Board of Trustees conducts an evalua-
tion of their president, it should seek input from the Board
GPD busts club owner,
dancer for nudity violation
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System detects gunfire
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508 8th Ave.
By FAITH REAVES
With the plummeting economy mak-
ing the metal industry one of its latest
victims, the appeal of stealing scrap
metal for resale could be dwindling.
inCopper-wire theft that skiy o eted
ing values of scrap metal and restric-
tions on its sale put in place Oct. 1, GPD
spokeswonian Summer Hallett said.
Earlier in the year, the wire was
being Stolen from construction sites,
stripped of its insulation and sold to
A law that went into effect Oct. 1 re-
quires companies to keep records on all
clients bringing in scrap metal.
But the prices for metal, which was
an in-demand commodity in August,
have steadily decreased in the past few
weeks because of the lack of demand,
said Skip Bailey, an employee of Ray's
Metal Works Inc.
"No one wants to spend money,"
Charlie Barnett, a shop fabricator at
Mark Hurm & Co., said August's high
prices are a distant memory, and the
price he pays for metals has dropped
about three percent. '
He said he thinks the demand has
decreased because then are f wer con_
srci proje s
Until the economy
picks back up and
people begin doing
again, the industry
will continue to suffer,
HallenBailey said that
SRay's Metal Works has been able to
keep its doors open because of govern~-
ment work, but the company is only
Bailey said employees are experienc-
ing financial troubles though the jobs
keep them working. ~
"We're not making or losing money,"
try like UF, shessaid.
However, there have been no talks
about implementing the system on UF's
2,000-acIre campus, said Steve Orlando, UF
"But anything that could help campus
safheb nves ite Plice ID pa nt me-
ceives gun scares from people who may
have confused the noise with
P~ublic_ something similar in pitch,
Safety said Capt. Jeff Holcomb, UPD
In the past two years, there were a few
calls from people who saw what they
thought was a weapon but may have been
a toy gun, Holcomb said.
not ce f wheurghtha gufr amayfro he
timing of the system may still not be quick
enough, he said.
"We tell people that any time that they
see something on campus to give us a call
because UPD may be able to respond faster
than the detection system," he said.
Scrap metal thefts down
By DAVID CUMMING
A Virginia-based company has devel-
oped a system for universities that distin-
guishes a gunshot ~from other sounds that
couldnraise alarm sucha edr tb .ys-
tem called SECURES, which is able to
discern gunfire from other loud noises like
fireworks or car backfires, is being tested at
Johns Hopkins University.
"It gives the staff and students a
peace of mind," said Tracey Reeves, John
About three to five seconds after gun-
fire is detected,1law enforcement and other
frt response tea would be able to locate
Planning Systems Inc., the company
that developed SECURES, donated the
equipment to the university, which will
activate the system tonight, Reeves said.
The company hopes to extend its tech-
nology to larger schools around the coun-
Sounds for the Soul
Gainesville resident Peter Levitov, left, plays music with friends Wednesday at the Bo.Diddley Community
Plaza. People gathered to enjoy the brisk weather and Farmers' Market as the afternoon turned into evening.
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4, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2008
By DAVID CUMMING
A team of UF aerospace engineering
students and professors is trying to shrink
space's most frequent flyers.
Nickn~amed the SwampSAT, a 2-pound,
grapefruit-size pico-satellite has been the
focus of the aerospace engineering lab for the
As part of an effort to create smaller
satellites this fall, the National Science
Foundation developed a five-year initial
tive for the Advanced Space Technologies
Research and Engineering Center at UF's
College of Engineering and North Carolina
"Nothing like this has ever been done
before," said Vivek Nagabhushan, a sec-
ond-year graduate student working on the
Engineers hope to release the project -
UF's first-ever satellite -in April as lorida's
first orbiting spacecraft, said Norman Fitz-
Coy, a UF associate professor of mechanical
and aerospace engineering and director of
the research center.
Pico-satellites have been around since
2003, and several countries have had them
launched. But at about 4 cubic inches, the size
of the spacecraft makes it difficult to control
its flight path.
The center's goal for SwampSAT is to
test a new system to enhance the attitude
control, or the stabilization of a satellite, so
it's moving evenly through
"At 500 kilometers
from the earth, a satellite
is moving really fast,"
Nagabhushan said. "If
you want to look at a same
Point four seconds later,
you have to rapidly retar-
Fitz-coy get the satellite with great
The benefit of having multiple pico-satel-
lites in space is that a more comprehensive
assessment of effected areas during hur-
ricanes, tornadoes or other natural disasters
may be provided.
A typical cost for a small satellite may
be about $100,000, not including the cost of
launching into space, Nagabhushan said.
Several sponsor companies and UF internal
funds have paid for the team's labor and sup-
ply expenses, Fitz-Coy said. After the educa-
tional version at UF is complete, the satellite
will be ready for NASA missions.
"The smaller it is, the more likely it is to
get into space," he said. "Now, you can get
an eight gigabyte thumb drive for cheap, and
years ago, it was as big as a box. Weight is
money in space."
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Engineering students create 'SwampSAT' satellite
Police search for
man who robbed
SMAN ROBBED SUNRISE FOOD MART AT 4221
E. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Alachua County Sheriff's Office deputies are looking for
a man who robbed an East Gainesville convenience stole at
gunpoint Tuesday night.
Astore clerk who was standing outside smoking a cigarette
said he noticed a suspicious man completely dressed in black
standing at the pay phone outside the Sunrise
.g,~ Food Mart at 4221 E. University Ave., sheriff's
.eWS office spokesman Steve Maynard said.
When the clerk saw two teenage girls ap-
proach the store, he said he put out his ciga-
rette and went inside to thrig them up, Maynard said.
As the girls went up to the counter to purchase their items,
the man from the pay phone came in wearing a black mask
and a black hood over his head, Maynard said.
Maynard said the man pulled out a single-shot shotgun,
pointed it in the clerk's face and demanded all of the money
in the drawer.
He asked for any money in the clerk's pockets, but the
clerk said he didn't have any, and the man rode away on a
bicycle, Maynard said.
Maynard described the man as a thin, 5-foot-11-inch black
man in his early 20s and wearing a black-hooded sweatshirt,
black shorts and white sneakers.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2008 m ALLIGATOR, 5
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Nicole Saf ker / AliIgator Staff
Club Decadence at Southwest Second Street in downtown has comrneunder fire after
the owner and a dancer were arrested Tuesday for breaking: a city nudity law.
7 1 W. University Ave.
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Club Decadence reported for 58 incidents
in two years; most alcohol- or drug-related
hol-related but have also pertained to drug
sales, he said.
There have been many fights in the park-
ing lot, Kameg said.
In June, an arrest was made on the prop-
erty for a concealed firearm.
Police send between four anid 10 officers
to man the parking lot of
the club when it closes
"A place is bordering
on unsafe when you have
to have that inany police
there to close a bar," he
Police plan to crack
down on the club in the future, Kameg said.
"There is obviously a business model
that works without police involvement,"
"We shouldn't have to babysit the bar, but
if we need to, we have the time and resources."
DECADENCE, from page 1
vising Jones to cover up, said GPD spokes-
woman Summer Hallett.
Both were booked at the Alachua County
Jail, where Jones remains on $5,000 bond.
The exposure broke a Gainesville city law
that prohibits nudity in any bars or clubs
that serve alcohol, said GPD spokesman
Kameg said the arrests are not the first
time police have dealt with Shaara, the
former owner of the Purple Porpoise, which
was shut down-
It's also not the first problem at Club
Decadence, proclaimed on its Web site as
the "home of beautiful girls on poles."
Over the past two years, GPD has reported
58 incidents at Club Decadence, Kameg
The problems have mostly been alco-
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6, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2008
Back and Forth
wastes students' time
Another Student Senate meeting, another editorial.
We're starting to establish a pattern.
In previous editorials, we have questioned, doubted
and rejected Senate's actions for a number of reasons. We've
called senators petty resume-padders and evil conspirators.
Because of this, the Editorial Board feels the needto remind
our readers and ourselves that Senate is not the nucleus
of the Axis of Evil; they just screw up sometimes.
In addition to occasionally putting the collective Senate
foot in its mouth, Senate strives for efficiency and works
diligently to make positive impacts on campus. As easy as it
can be and recently 11as been to bash the Senate, we can-
not ignore its good decisions. Obviously, though, we will not
ignore the bad.
After meeting for five hours Tuesday night, Senate rejected
two pieces of legislation: One piece proposed taking away the
right for senators to call special meetings, and the other would
have cut funding to any facility relying solely on hand scan-
ners as the method of entry.
Staying true to its wishy-washy nature, Senate got it half-
right by voting down both bills.
Taking away the power to call special meetings would have
stripped senators of the basic ability to call for further discus-
sion. In a democratic body, discussion and compromise are
always necessary; any power allowing for more deliberation
shciuld be protected..Good job, guys.
On the other hand, we don't understand why Senate voted
against a bill that would have required facilities to provide
students with alternatives to using hand scanners to enter a
building. There was more than enough student opposition
in the fall Senate elections to let Senate kn~ow hand scanners
aren't exactly students' cup o' tea. Boo on you guys.
The yin and the yang of Senate goes on. We don't expect
anything less. Hopefully, this expected inconsistency will be
traded for something students can rely on.
As Detroit descends upon Capitol Hill desperately
seeking a handout to rescue the flailing automotive
inuty we must consider redefining the American
Let's be honest does any child in our country grow up
aspiring to be underpaid and overworked as a union mem-
ber slaving away for one of the Big Three automakers?
The notion of the American dream is so amorphous, even
for those struggling in the 313, as we live in a land where
anything and everything is within the realm of possibility.
Instead of Congress opening its coffers to the greedy
and ~manipulative failures that have driven the automo-
Hyve industry into the ground, funds must be allocated to
the workers who will be most negatively affected by the
I am not talking about handing out checks a la Hurricane
Katrina so workers can go on alcohol-fueled gambling
binges in Vegas but rather so they can secure their financial
futures and prepare for a career-transition.
American cars of yesteryear were nothing short of
engineering excellence. Wax nostalgic for a second, and
conjure images of the Camaro and Mustang in their heyday
- the embodiment of American muscle. All red-blooded
American teens worked tivo part-time jobs with hopes that,
one day, they could be the envy of the neighborhood, too.
Such exhilaration and attachment evoked by these vehi-
cles no longer exists, as the current Mustang sorely lacks the
punch of its predecessors and a new Camaro hasn't graced
the pavement since 2002.
We can no longer kid ourselves into believing that the
Ford Taurus is a viable alternative to the Toyota Camry or
that the Chevy Aveo garners the same credibility on the
street as the Honda Civic. -
Rather than continuing to make a mediocre product for a
higher cost than our foreign competitors, we must embrace
the idea that the best course of the American automotive in-
dristry is to admit defeat and reallocate energies elsewhere.
SWhat would a huge bailout
package do for.the iridustry other
a r~~8 than delay the inevitable anoth-
**, er day in Washington a few years
down the road asking for another
Let's fairly assume for a sec-
Damiel Seco ond that many of the people who
letters@alIligator.org are working in Detroit car plants
would rather~be doing something
else if given the opportunity.
There is a laundry list of reasons why these workers
ended up in their profession: They may have been too poor
to attend college, forced to work to support their family or
grown up in an environment where no other option seemed
Giving the auto workers funds necessary to advance
themselves through education would be a resound-
ingly wise decision by Congress. This second chance at the
American dream would open up doors that never would
have existed for many.of these people.
If the government decides to aimlessly donate billions of
dollars to the leaders of the auto industry, it might as well
leave it in an unmarked brown bag on a Detroit park bench
and hope to find it there the next day.
Our country cannot be so quick to blindly hand out
money without a calculated plan for success in hand. We
must rethink the distribution of funds to help those with the
highest stakes. The death of the automotive industry cannot
mean the demise of the American dream.
The future for more than a million people lies in the bal-
anc:e pending Washington's decisions. A continued reliance
on the quid pro quo nature of doing business in D.C. will
spell nothing short of disaster for the masses in our nation,
Bye, bye, Miss American Pie.
Daniel Seco is journalism graduate student. His column ap-
peaus on Thursdays.
Smnokey the Bear's mortal
~enemy is no longer go-
m/ig to be homeless. He's
going to prison.
Steven Emory Butcher was
convicted of starting devastat-
ing fires in California on two
separate occasions. As pun-
ishment, the state sentenced
him to four years in prison
and ordered him to pay the
state more than $101 million.
What kind of punishment
is that? .
receiving the court-ordered
sum is about the same as
Freddie Prinze Jr. ever mak-
ing another hit movie.
Honestly, how does the
court expect a homeless per-
son to scrounge up that kind
There's no gloved palm,
pickle jar or guitar case big
enough to hold that much
Also, we understand
prison time is the most typical
form of punishment in this
country, but how will time be-
hind bars (and under a roof)
make a homeless man realize
he screwed up people's lives?
We are not being insensi-
tive. This single persort caused
two fires that destroyed about
232,000 acres of Golden State
Jand; we don't think reward-
ing him with shelter will get
the state's point across.
OK, maybe we're being a
bit hasty in our ranting, but
it doesn't make sense to slap
someone on the wrist when
he is the cause of so much
damage. Maybe it's time to
think of a more fitting way for
states to punish their indigent
Hilary Lehman, Ken Schwencke'
The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator.
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Wednesday's question: Have you 20% YES
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We walk into a room; we meet a friend's
friend; we make eye contact with that person,
all the while wondering "is this the one?"
Even cynics, which I claim to be, ponder
I find myself wasting so much time look-
ing for the "right one" that I lose opportuni-
ties to improve myself. I lose moments to
learn something new to better myself. I don't
take that cooking class Thursday might be-
cause what if a' friend throws a barbecue and
"the one" is there? What if I miss him?
Stepping back and looking at this thought
process really puts it mn black and white. I
spend too much time worrying about "the
one" and less time improving myself and
being the person that God wants me to be.
What a waste. It will all happen in His tim-
ing. Nothing I do will make it happen sooner.
I was excited that someone else had the
same revelation I did. I hope you have a
Michelle A. Hipps
tickets to games and not people who clog
up the already overly clogged system only
to steal money from other poor students as
soon as they the chance.
Personally, I was a little slow getting
tickets for the Southeastern Conference
Championship, but I'm at least glad ,the
student section will be filled with real fans
who paid a fair price while I watch from
a a a
Looking for love stunts personal growth
Michael Belle's Wednesday column was
very interesting to read. But I wanted to fo-
cus on one particular point I couldn't agree
with more: "Becoming the right person
instead of stumbling on top of the right per
son." A close friend and I both recently came
to this conclusion'
I have realized that everyone is in search
of the "right one."
Letters to the Editor
Ticketmaster unfairly duped students
To me, being a Gator means going to
every game in orange and blue, applauding
our team and loudly booing the opposingg
team for even thinking it had a chance to sur-
vive entering our Swamp. I let them know
this during every offensive drive, even after
my throat is sore.
I believe this is my responsibility as a
Gator because I love our team.
When I was told that I would have even a
minute chance of going to the Southeastern
Conference Championship, I immediately
planned to camp out in front of my computer
to await the exact second I could continue to
show my support and cheer on our team to
I kn~ew it was a slim chance, but it was my
responsibility to try. Plus, I had hope hope
in a fair chance.
I waited, and to my surprise and jubila-
tion, I got through to place my order, but I
could not select the U.S. as my country.
I went back and lost everything in doing
so. Just like that, my ticket was placed in
front of me and removed as I reached for it,
It was a sick joke. I was cheated in the worst
way by false hope and false promise.
I demand justice and accountability of
Ticketmaster. For its deceit, it should no lon-
ger be allowed to sell us our right to cheer
for our team in person, which is the right of
PhD student, Molecular immunology
Vouchers guarantee tickets for true fans
While I fully understand everyone's
complaints concerning the new Ticketmaster
system, I would like to compliment the
University Athletic Association on one
aspect of the system. Thank you for using
the voucher system (as was used for the
National Championship) requiring students
who buy tickets to actually go to the game or
lose their money. I am sick and tired of seeing
UF students sell tickets for two or three times
the face value on Facebook Marketplace for
the Georgia and FSU games.
The vouchers ensure only real fans get
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Dying bees could spell end for Florida citrus farms
"It's simply colonies dying,
millions and millions and millions
UF assistant professor of entomology
Agriculture and Consumer Services.
It is estimated that one-third of the
world's food production depends on pol-
linators such as honeybees,
"If you care where food comes from,
we have to protect our pollinators," Hayes
Colony Collapse Disorder originated
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By LINDSEY MARMORSTEIN
Alligator Contributing Writer
While ~some people fear bees, they
should instead fear a world without them.
For at least the past two years, bee
populations have rapidly declined, and
researchers are doing their best to better
understand Colony Collapse Disorder
_ the abrilpt disappearance of bees.
Jamie Ellis, UF assistant professor of en-
tomology, said people have recently begun
to notice the declines in bee populations.
"It's simply colonies dying: millions
and millions and millions of bees," Ellis
There is still no certain cause of the rap-
id decrease of bee colonies, but researchers
have established theories to explain it.
Some hypotheses include traditional
diseases, environmental stresses, manage-
ment stress and poor nutrition.
"It's easiest to believe that it's a cumula-
tive effect," Ellis said. "There are so many
things that kill bees. There are almost infi-
nite possibilities at this point."
Because of the great decrease in bee
colonies, American agriculture could be
"Without honeybees, we lose our cit-
rus," said Jerry Hayes, apiary inspection
assistant chief of Florida Department of
in Florida, and certain species of bees are
The disorder is unique because the bees
do not return to their colonies, and there
are no carcasses left around the hives.
There are three ways to help stop the
honeybee population from declining, Ellis
Researchers in different specialties can
work together to help find a cause.
Additionally, beekeepers can amend
their practices to alleviate stress and help
bees receive.a well-balanced diet.
The general public can also get involved
by reducing chemical use in gardens and
by supporting apiary research, Ellis said.
Senators reject legislation making hand
scanners optional for entrance to UF gyms
SENATE, from pag stripped senators of their abil- campus gyms should hje op-
page ity to call a special meeting, tional and proposed no money
such as the one called to pass be given to any facility that
up the floor for nominations on a resolution in opposition to requires a biometric system as
committee recommendations," Amendment 2 on Oct. 30. the only means for entry.
Johnson said. The legislation would have "There's no reason why
The Orange and Blue placed that power in the hands we should require something
Party, which has 18 members, of the Senate that most people don't want,"
controls about 19 percent of Stdet and Student Cavataro said in an interview.
Senate's votes. OVOptpUHlsn3 Body presi- Some senators said more re-
Orange and Blue Party dents. search was needed before pass-
senators, four -of whom repre- Senators voted down legis- ing the legislation and said it
sent the College of Liberal Arts lation that would have made would put a strain on SG's
and Sciences, felt passing these using hand scanners at UF relationship with Southwest
bills would diminish their gyms optional. Recreation Center.
voice in Senate and the voice of Orange and Blue Party Despite divisions in Senate
their constituents. leader Sen. Ben Cavataro, who chambers, senators plan to
Johnson said if an issue wrote the legislation, said 84 work together Friday when
carries enough importance, a percent of the roughly 10,000 they volunteer at a local
minority of 40 percent would students who participated in school.
jump on board. Student Government fall elec- Senators will work with
Some members of the Gator tions voted against requiring second graders at Marjorie K.
Party used their votes to help hand scanners to enter the Rawlings Elementary School
reject a measure at Tuesday's recreational facilities. He said ori a Thanksgiving-themed
meeting that would have use of the scanners to enter on- project, Johnson said.
never star tE~d
is the~ rme to stop.
Peocple quit all the
time an~d so can you.
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Joshua Simmons speaks about the proposed legislation during the
Student Senate meeting in the Reitz Union on Tuesday.
"What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. and it
should just stay there. I don't remember
Tila Tequila on her alleged hookup w~ith
actor Julstinl Long ~
Mill~~C7 liW!RIi t; 6027244
11: Vampires may be the undead, but check out the article
explaining why they're certainly not part of the uncool
as recent pop-culture trends show. Added bonuses: Sex
columnist Stephanie Dunn discusses "quickies" and
Robert Hilson offers his weekly album reviews.
should go to a bar where everyone knows their name.
Don't miss Regina Stuzin bringing on the boot talk in this week's
fashion column, and David Stuzin offers his take on the new Bond
movie "Quantum of Solace."
You hate The Swamnp, the Gainesville-shengy.is starting to feel mrore
like the set of "Tihe Blair Witch Project, aridJtu're. certain,that you'll do:
Something tornpromisihg if you see ahojthe~r orange arid- blue shirt. jut. j.
realIly, theie's no r ed to transfer ust btAhse Florida day-trip destina-
tlori are grestwhen yolu Just need~ a. little Break fron AldChua County.
.Now. i '
1. tassadaaab lf you thought it couldn't get creepier th~an the fortne'
.teler at thie;tate fair who told you wbre' going to have seven children on
your 17tr birthday, .you've never been t~o Cassadaga, a little village just
riorth of Orlando that serves as a playground~.for Flori~da's psychic popu-
lation. It's a.Iittle more "Casper the F~trindly Ghost" than "Poltergeist,"
which is all .the more reason to briri your Ouija Board.
2.' Palatkca: If the name of.this town hadn't already sold you, maybe you
just needl something that~will take yorrqjourbey to new heights -.~liter- '
.ally'. If jumping out of ei plane many, mane: feet above~ttii ground is on
that list of thirtgs you need to do before youl die ( right after backpacking
through Wisconsin and petting a polar bear), Skydive Palatka even offers
a UF discount.`
3. Beverly Hills: Sounds glamorous efiough, right? The truth is, there's'
nothing to do here, but when your friends ask about your weekend
whereabouts, you'll sound like such a jet-setter.
10, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2008
Band's success story starts at the top and continues
Adamson said his dad, despite
his vaunted status within the
music community, has kept him
grounded while encouraging
him to pursue
his own career.
"HI~e's com- ffThe ba
pletely influ- name
enced me," three-floor tumb
Adamson said. hangar. He am~
"He would broken bones, a,
always tell me band had a
to go for it,
but he reminds
me that I've got to pay my dues.
When I call him and tell him we
just played in front of like seven
people at a woodser, he laughs
and says, 'You're paying your
The band consistently plays
fraternit-y and sorority functions
but tries to have one or two big
shows a month.
Adamson said the band
doesn't really get big gigs through
his dad's connections. After play-
ing their first
d conjured up the opening for
afterr Nate took a Kanlsas, the
e from an airplane jobs have
singly suffered no come in on
d thus, the their own.
,ame. ff"A com-
AEG puts on
big concerts and shows," he said.
"At first they blew us off, but
after that first show we did, they
started to come around."
On Nov. 30, 3 Story Fall will
be playing at the Florida Citrus
Sports "Gator Jam" in Orlando
at the Amway Arena.
7.ACH SEYMOUR + AVENUE CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Braxton Adamson and his
band, 3 Story Fall, are doing
things backward. Adamson's
played at Gator Growl in front
of 40,000 people. The band has
played in front of enormous
crowds, opening for legend-
ary acts such as Kansas and the
Doobie Brothers, and it has spon-
sorships that provide members
with free instruments, clothing
and equipment. These are all
privileges usually only enjoyed
by major acts, but this band
doesn't even have a record deal.
3 Story Fall, whose sound is
acoustic rock with a southern
tinge, is made up of Adamson
playing acoustic guitar and sing-
ing, Alex Hall on the bass, Nate
Lezniewicz providing the lead
guitar licks and Dan "Chewy"
Howard on the drums and sup-
plying back-up vocals.
The band conjured up the
name after Nate took a three-
floor tumble from an airplane
hangar. He amazingly suffered
no broken bones, and thus, the
band had a name.
Adamson and Lezniewicz have
been playing around Gainesville
for about three years doing the
cover circuit, as Adamson de-
scribed it. Last November, the
band became whole, and with
the addition of .Howard and
Hall it became a full-fledged,
gig-playing band. This year's
Gator Growl, however, was a
solo venture for Adamson after
he won UjF's Talent Night in the
solo category. -
3 Story Fall could not enter as
a band because not everyone was
in town for the tryout. Adamson
played the band's original song
"Title Town," a song about his
"It was awesome," he said. "I
got to play for my school in the
Adamson's success and com-
mitment to music can be at-
tributed to more than a driving
passion. Music is in his blood,
and his blood is in his manage-
Adamson's father is Billy
Greer, singer and bassist of the
rock group Kansas. He is also the
band's manager a luxury most
up-and-coming bands aren't af-
with little strands of scar tissue
poking out, waiting to be clipped
like rogue twigs from a hedge.
My fingertips are scarred and
disfig ure d,
of theqseral AAfterye;
killer from weather
"Seven." Will nails have beco
I use my fin- if they're too afr
murder the sinful with an ironic
flair? Probably not. That takes
time more time than a nail-
People notice the aftermath.
"What .happened to your fin-
gers?" they ask.
"I bite my nails," I respond.
"I'm stressed." A lie. It's not
stress. A prolonged stage. of
But not stress.
s of constant Te lok
'g, my finger- pretty bad. You
le fragile, as should relax."
lid to ffAs much as
I love hearing
vice from the bus driver, I have
to agree the habit is inconvenient.
My nubs are useless when it
comes to opening soda cans and
peeling wet fliers for Thai food
off Th~y windshield.
Hand contact in general wor-
ries me. Forget holding hands
with a girl it's hard enough-
greeting someone with a good,
old-fashioned handshake. I'm
forced to palm the hand tightly
and yank it in close, forcing the
person to look at my face and not
my scarred fingers: "I'm up here,
buddy." My dad wonders why I
keep getting within kissing dis-
tance of his work friends.
It's not an easy life, but it's my
life. I chew on myself because it
makes me feel secure. It's certain-
ly more acceptable than getting
drnmk or licking your testicles.
So chew on that.
I bite my fingernails shame-
SIt's not that I'm nervous or
hungry. Something about having
my fingers in my mouth makes
me feel secure. I'm a thumb-suck-
er turned thumb-biter, grooming
myself in the same way a. dog
licks his testicles.
Which, by the way, I would
totally do if I was more flexible.
I really go at it. I move me-
chanically from finger to finger,
nibbling and gnawing, leaving
a trail of slobber and crescent-
shaped nail shavings. I peel away
skin with my incisors. My eyes
stare off into space from behind
my fist, no- thinking going on be-
hind them. -
After years of constant
weathering, my fingernails have
become fragile, as if they're too
afraid to grow. These Neverland
nails are tiny and white along the
edges, like the crests of jagged
waves. Grime has sealed the little
crevices that have formed after
the amateur manicures.
The real damage is along the
perimeter. A deep, red trench has
formed between nail and skin,
One bad habit of biting off more than you can chewv
ERIK VOSS + AVENUE WRITER
THURSDAY "" '~'"""""V id; i008 AiLldAi~~~:: If i
Ever wondered what would happen if the Girl from Ipanema bumped into
5 LITTE JOYone of the Strokes in a tiki bar in Waikiki? Meet "Little Joy." A happenstance
collaboration between Fabrizio Moretti and Rodrigo Amarante, the debut al_
bum from the prince of New York and his new Brazilian bud taps into a wist-
ful, pre-rock 'n' roll era sound brimming with bossa-nova charm and Rat Pack cool. Chock full
of ukulele, staccato guitar and love-styled horns, these woozily delicate 10unge-pop songs,
especially standouts "Keep Me in Mind" and "Brand New Start," carve out a singular niche:
irony-free indie for hipsters who dig hula and Frank Sinatra. This might well be a come-and-go
one-off, so here's hoping LJ's "aloha" means hello, not goodbye.
ai:~~i~TAKE IT TO THE LIMIT
Fast women. Fast cars. Fast-forward all of it. Hinder looks like they're
posing for the next episode of "MTV Cribs" on the cover of "Take It to the
Limit," and their look-at-my-bling posing proves to be, by a long mile, the
most tasteful element of this Mr~tley Criie tribute package. "Use Me" kicks off
the testosterone-fueled showboating with a dazzling display of cocksure guitar rawk sure to
boil the blood of any aspiring Ultimate Fighting champion. The Bon Jovi-ripping follow-up
"Loaded and Alone" will stoke your hair-metal hunger pangs by prompting a crazed YouTube
search for "Livin' on a Prayer." Let's be frank: Hinder is compensating for something. You
know what they say about bands with big vocals and bigger guitars: small ideas.
5 TOMGABELYou say you want a revolution, and you got one, Tom Gabel. Now what?
If the measure of -a good protest album is that it still sounds important when
there's not as much to protest, then "Heart Burns" passes with flying red,
white and blue colors. Detached from its weighty political agenda, the fear-
less screamer's solo EP would still rouse a sweaty, brothers-in-arms battle cry, due in no small
part to impressive sonic diversity. Opener "Random Hearts" works as a new-wave dance track
while the folky "Anna Is A Stool Pigeon" best line: "Eric fell in love with an FBI informant"
- peels back layers of calloused tattoos to reveal a soft side. In these lighter moments,, Gabel's
message becomes clear: When you talk about destruction, don't you know that you can count
A HUNDRED MILLION SUNS
5 SNOWPATRO magazine calls this album "essential," which suggests that Snow Patrol
has pictures on the editors of said magazine. The two defining elements about
this hook-challenged, wuss-rock are its neutrality this is the Switzerland
of pop music and "If There's a Rocket Tie Me to It." Great title. "Take Back
the City" and "Please Just Take These Photos from My Hands," which have ho-hum titles, are
actually peppy, catchy little numbers. "Peppy" and "catchy" cannot otherwise be associated
with this record. For those who noticed the inconsistency of this review a neat line or two
scattered amongst sketchy, bland ones now you kn~ow what it's like to listen to "A Hundred
Million Suns "
synthetic blood for vampires follow-
ing a non-human diet. Set against the
backdrop of Bon Temps, La., Kujundzic
describes "True Blood" as "cashing in
emp oen ph osnm fs all tou 'cha
that Stoker used. In this attempt to nor-
malize vampires, Kujundzic explains,
Joe Six-Pack drinks six-packs of blood.
This concept of placing vampires in
familiar places also emphasizes sexual-
ity and romance, as shown by the girls
who swoon over Stephanie Meyer's
fictional creation, Edward Cullen.
In Meyer's "Twilight" saga, Bella
Swan, the jeans-and T shirt new girl,
falls for Edward, the golden-eyed,
Volvo-driving, vegetarian vampire. It
would have been love at first bite if
Edward had any resemblance to Anne
verson o the Rice's Lestat.
But he doesn't.
,as little in com- Meyer has racked in
c mi Stoker's b d -mllon-dola
ragan have her big screen
as ffdebut on Friday.
s "Twilight is a lot
~pire- more than just .the
typical suck-your-blood vampire sto-
ry," said UF freshman and "Twilight"
enthusiast Jordyn Sthay. I'Ws more of a
love saga similar to Romeo and Juliet,
only with a vampire twist forbidding
them instead of family ties."
Tim Bun isalso foTl n "the gti
genre, as he is set to direct the film
adaptation of the vampire soap opera,
"Dark Shadows," a TV show that was
canceled in 1971.
Garza recognizes today's vampire
as a reaction to world happenings,
explaining that the entertainment in-
dustry responds to periods of war and
economic strife by producing media
that falls into the fantasy gemre. The
need for escape and the desire to un-
derstmanad evil piques an interest mn the
"We all think we know evil, or at
least that we'd know it if we saw it,"
explained Garza, "But the vampire
presents us with the tangible combina-
tion of evil and seduction."
The latest trend in pop culture may
never die out that is, if vampires are
.really immortal. Pushing pirates and
wizards aside, the release of books such
as TasTwiigt Bn dtelvso i dta
pires have seemingly reclaimed their
spot in the entertainment industry.
But calling the recent fang-fixation
a trend would be ignoring centuries of
red-eyed, blood-sucking fun.
UF Slavic and Germanic Studies
professor Dragan Kujundzic, who
currently teaches the English course
Victorian Vampires, does not ackcnowl-
edge a fleeting fad but a "continuation
of a long presence of vampires in pop
culture," recycled from the remnants of
Transylvanian folklore and the original
horror stories that dominated oral lit-
Today's version f apr
of the vampire has vmie
wihB am St k'n deeintfu l
deceitfully charm- Dracula, who 1
ing Dracula, who dec~e
Dragan described dsrb
asa"civilized" a "civilized" va
vampire. This modern version drives
chic Swedish cars, dates mortals with-
out fatal intentions and doesn't even
bother with human blood.
"Young girls and guys love to think
of extending their youthful love of life
what the m ern vampire i allab u,
said Thomas Garza, chairman of the
Department of Slavic and Eqrasian
studies at the University of Texas at
And while not all of the original
vampire stories fit under the horror
genre, Garza explained, there are no
boundaries to the stories that can be
formulated fmom the concept of a crea-
ture who survives by "weakening or
killing another living being."
HBO ishtesn tice e tranet
vampires in its latest TV series, "True
Based on Qharlaine Harris's "Sookie
Stackhouse" book series, the show
revolves around the development of
dancing only to find it adhered to the grimy, If you're feeling slightly more inventive, try
tacky floor knows that clubs, contrary to .the closet, laundry moom or garage of any
Usher's belief, are not fit for lovemaking. So inhabited area.
maybe you slip outside Don't waste time on fore- Dressing rooms are
to get some action in the f play, don't fully undress becoming an increas-
alley out back. No harm ingly difficult venue,
ther~rihtRghtun-and don 't give a damn but its almost worth
til you're stabbed in the whether the other person gets getting caughtjust to irk
neck and mugged. off. For seven minutes or less, the annoying salesgirl
By this point, you're you're hell-bent on ffwhos "ust seeing how
probably shaking your getting yours. that top worked out"
paper and yelling, "Then every other second.
where should I go to indulge the demands The next time the mood strikes you, aefer
of my libido, Miss Priss?" Glad you asked. to these stealthy scenarios, or create some
May I suggest a few classics cliche, but new ones. Just don't reserve quickies solely
foolproof. Cars are always a safe bet. Be for situations when they're an absolute ne-
ballsy and stay in the parking lot. If you're cessity. Sometimes you just need to get off
lucky, the car will have a bench seat. and don't want the whole production, and
Many a porno have been filmed in aban- other times you wouldn't mind the produc-
doned offices and classrooms, but keep tion but you have things to do. Any way
an ear open for functioning members of you spin it, quickies awaken your sense of
society who actually use the office to work. adventure. So stop planning, and start liv-
Or try out some classic love in an elevator. ing. You have five minutes. Go!
*) STEPHANIE DUNI
We want our sex like we want every-
thing else: right now. Society, unfortunately,
Shas burdened us with niggling demands,
known to some as public decency laws, that
prevent us from dealing with our tingles
and jingles in a time-efficient manner. But
Sto avoid getting slapped with indecent ex-
posure charges, you don't need to go home
to have sex. Just don't get caught. Embrace
Sthe art of the covert quickie.
Push-the-panties-to-the-side romps are
a cathartic, stimulating alternative to the
tedious caresses and candlelight of more
()predictable rendezvous. Essentially, quick-
ies are about don't: Don't waste time on
foreplay, don't fully unchess and don't give
a damn whether the other pelr-on gets csti
For set en minutes or less, you rer hell-b~nt
oln getting ours
But as the namei imphes s ou can't
alw\ays5 prepare for a quickie. 10u need a
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`location, and fast-
For some ungodly reason, couples flock
to bathmooms for quick and dirty sex. Its
a disturbingly unsanitary idea, but I rec-
ognize its perks. If the light is on, people
leave you alone to finish your business
whatever that business may be. The
sink is sturdy and a good height for sitting
on, gripping for balance or hoisting limbs-
After screwing off 500 calories in fi-ve min-
utes, you're supplied with soap, water and
paper towels so you can clean up and get
on with your day
Benefits aside, it's a bathroom. We all
kcnow what goes on there. I don't care if it
has marble counter tops and a diamond en-
mas~ted bide't that Sh:Oots out Venetian wa-
ters. It' sa bathrl:oom. It's crawling with fecal
bacteria and other nasties. You're better
than a bathroom. Similarly, any girl whose
fooC has slipped from her stiletto while
Trend rises from dead
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LATIN CHINESE MEDITERRANEAN VEGETARIAN
College students in Gainesville
have the ability to go to a different
club or bar everynightof the week
but it can be useful to find a place
that becomes "your spot."
Becoming a regular at a bar
certainly has its benefits. If it's
busy, a regular is able to get atten-
tion from bartenders more quicl
than new customers. Not only do
we recognize the person, but we
can usually make his or her drink
without having to ask for an order.
This may not seem like that much
of a convenience, but any time a
bartender doesn't have to fight the
imi 01t nceaoi 2mat eb rt
ers' comp tabs. People that consis-
tently spend money at the same bar
will typically get reimbursed with
technically have a buy-back policy.
Just because you come
into the bar all the time
doesn't mean you own
There is more to establishing
yourself as a regular than simply
showing up at the same place five
nights a week. Special attention
and occasional free drinks tend to
come with a certain level of respon-
Even if it doesn't seem fair, reg-
ulars are expected to tip more than
people that simply stumble into the
bar for the first time. When you're
getting special treatment, you're
expected to give a little special
While most regulars are a wel-
come addition to the bar scene,
there are those who frequent a bar
without following "the code" and
quickly become the bane of a bar-
Just because you come into the
bar all the time doesn't mean you
own the place. Usually bartender
give regulars the benefit of the
doubt when they get a little rowdy,
but that doesn't mean the rules
Telling a bouncer "I come here
all the time" isn't going to stop him
from kicking you out if you start a
fight. Bartenders also don't appre-
ciate you running behind the bar tS
grab a cup, turn up the jukebox or
for just about any other reason you
might try to give them.
Becoming a regular can make
our life like one overextended
episode of "Cheers." Just remem-
ber that with certain benefits comes
reg ula r
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1 For Rent: Furnished 6 Furnishings 11 Motorcycles, Mopeds 16 Health Services 21 Entertainment
.2 For Rent: Unfurnished 7 Computers 12 Autos 17 Typing' Services 22 Tickets
3 Sublease 8 Electronics 13 Wanted 18' Personals 23 Rides
4 Roommates 9 Bicycles 14 Help Wanted 19 Connections 24 Pets
5 Real Estate 10 For Sale .15 Services 20 Event Notices 25 Lost &Found
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HISTORIC HOME 4BR/2BA near UF. 1105
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2 bed/2 bath in Brandywine 2811SW
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1 & 2 Bedrooms from $625. Grad student &
VA/Shands discounts Renovated units avail
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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.
Spacious 1 & 2 & 3 bedrooms.starting at
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some with enclosed patios or balconies.
Italian Tile, bedrooms carpeted, D/W, WID
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Large, Bright & Affordable
2br/1.5ba on SW 20th for $795
new appliances, includes w/d
pets ok, call: 352-275-4914
2MasterBr/2Ba Luxury end unit condo in The
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scr patio, comm pool, cable wlHBO&SHO
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2 BED/12BATH CONDO $800/MONTH
Located in Capstone Quarters near the cor-
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for school and shopping! www.gainesvillecon
do.info or 630-390-6612 1-6-08-19-2
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1BR/1BA in 4/4 condo available now & for
spring. $450/mo all utils incl. Call Natini
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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
1BRs from $580 2BRs from $650
Sun Bay Sun Key Sun Harbor
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
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Home for Rent in High Springs Florida. 3
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Wonderful Historic Apartments
Walk to UF from these 2BR/1BA
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SERENOLA PINES APTS
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WOODLAND TERRACE APTS
OffSW 34th St near post office.
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1 bd,1ba or studio apt. in vintage
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Luxurious 2/2 located at Campus Edge.
Minutes from Shands and UF. Wood floors
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available. Call 954-325-6375 for special pric-
VERY NICE 1bd/1ba condo. Walk or bike
to campus and Shands. WID, pool & fitness
cntr. Large walk-in. Vaulted ceiling. $695/mo.
Call for details. 321-543-8142
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FIRST MONTH FREE-4Bed/4Bath Condo,
1mi. to campus off of 20th ave.,pool,WID
This is a MUST SEEl Available NOW! Only
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5 /3A LUXR CNDO ohoade Holo
campus. Almost new. Pool. $1200/mo for all
or $500-600/room. Call 850-628-1955 12-
Mexican tile floors, private bath, private entry.
IncI utils & cable. $550/mo. 1st month + sec.
ADORABLE VINTAGE HOUSE 2BR/1BA,
new wd firs & stone tiles, completely remod-
eled, WID incl, new appliances, energy effi-
clent, fenced yd. $690/mo 1st + sec. 530 NW
26 Ave 352-256-0999 12-2-08-10-2
**A4BR/2BA HISTORIC HOUSE***
10 blocks to UF. Near downtown. High ceil-
ing, wood floor, cent A/C, WID, tons of char-
acter. Avail Now 237 SW 4th Ave. $980/mo
We've Rolled Back the Prices!
$450/mo 1 BD/1 BA close to UF
Windsor Terrace Apts.
3520 SW 20th Avenue
Union Properties 352-373-7578 12-10-74-2
Adorable & Remodeled
280/1BA $995/mo WID incl.
Near Norman & Sorority Row
Union Properties 352-373-7578
Both Decembers FREE on 13 mo lease!
Sun Bay Sun Key Sun Harbor
2BR units starting at
$745. Gataed community.
5M-F-1- 1Sat -2
jclNEAR SUPER WALMARTAA~
Large 1BR apt, walk to Walmart. No pets.
$375/mo. 1st, last, dep. Call Greg 214-3291
3/2w2a carpr 9s hgde i.w/odom uin
wood/carpet, hge corner lot, great location
avail now $1050 edbaurmanagement.com-
1731 NW 6th St-375-7104 12-10-08-13-2
2/2 townhse-newly remodeled from ceiling to
floor incl w/d & alclheat pump,- save on en-
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$800 edbaurmanagement.com-1731 NW 6th
$500 $550 2 BD Apartments
Historical Downtown, WID hookups,
porches, Bike to UF 10-15 mins. Great
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2/2 avail for January
*No move-in fees*
$769-975 sq. ft
1 mo. free w/l yr leasel
Ros 4R 3BAdrF nced2 ter Garage
North off 34th. $1300/mo. 954-340-2732
1 unfurnished bedroom in a 4BR house. W/D.
Avail Dec 1st. $350/mo + 1/4 utils. First and
11ast 11002NW 54th Terr. 941-724-0261 12-
REAL 111s for Jan 2009 at GATORNEST
Where you can kick the roommate habit &
walk to campus! 575 sq ft big for only $585.
Just 3 blocks to UF @ 300 NW 18th St.
No application fee. Most pets welcome!
Call EFN Properties @ (352) 371-3636 or
CLOSE to UFISTADIUM 4BRI2BA HOUSE
Wood Floors, Washer/Dryer, lawn mainte-
$1500 mo., Avail Dec. 1 Call(803)413-8669
Walk to UF 5 Blocks
Loft apt avail 12/15. Large BR/BA w/
kitchenette, cent A/C, ceiling fan, WID on
site. No pets allowed. $575/mo. Call 609-
Bike to UF! Available Now! 4/2.5 $1600/rent.
Lots of storage, 2433 sq ft two story home in-
cludes washer/dryer, dishwasher, screened
porch and fenced back yard. Call Campus
Realty @ 352-692-3800 1-6-08-18-2
1. room in 3BR/2BA, Madison Pointe
Apartments on NW 23rd Blvd. $325/mo +
util. Two miles from campus, apartment has
own washer/dryer. Roommates are two 23
year old males. Contact ksolberg~ufl.edu
312 Biking distance to Shands/VAlUF.
Washer/Dryer. Screened back porch,Gjreat
house Pets allowed. $1200 a month. Call
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3/2 1500 sq ft 403 NW 25St $1100
4/2 1736 sq ft 5 NW 25 St $1150
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Brand New Campus View Condos- maple
cabinets, all appl. incid., w/d, 9ft ceilings, cwn
molding, int.hlwvy, alarm 2/2 $1000 w/1 de-
caled pking space & 3/3 $1500 w/2 decaled
pking spaces Edbaurmanagement.com 1731
NW 6th St-375-7104 12-10-15-2
**A NEW *** HOMES NEAR UF
* Victorian 3BR/2BA hardwd, granite $1 295
* Huge Ranch 4BR/2BA tile, law schi $1395
* 2 blocks 2 UF! HUGE 1BR hardwd $625
All Just Renovated WID, DW 373-5295 11-
NW 39th Ave Fancy Ig 3/2 whloft. Open,
bright, laminated wd looking flr $750-775.
Xtra ig loft, ceramic tile fkr $900. Nice 2/2 gat-
ed patio, trees $600-640. Laminated flr $675
Good area, 373-8310, 219-3937 11-24-17-2
2BR/1BA Spacious townhouse, cent H/AC,
WID hk up. No pets. $600/mo, $500 sec dep,
7209 SW 45th PI. Gainesville. Call 386-462-
Gainville Place apt for rent. FREE FLAT
SCREEN TV and 1st MONTH RENT FREE.
no deposit. 1/1 of a 4/4. (will be placed with
same gender) lease will be up in july.
call nick 352.250.2486 or
Condo for Rent 1Bd/1.5Bth
Quiet neighborhood/Serious students
No smoking/No pets
Call Jennifer (352)494-6486 11-25-5-2
to move in, $675/mo + utils. Avail Dec Ist.
Call for mnfo 224-5693. Section 8 available
AAAk~ANTIQUE 1BR APTAAA
Large 1BR, hardwood floors, clawfoot tub,
1908 house. Downtown near Waldo Rd.
Pets arranged. $475/mo. Call Greg 214-3291
3BR/1BA, bathroom is huge, large yard,
in Maconopy city. Pets arranged. Cool old
house. $600/mo 1st, last, dep. Call Greg
Deal or N~o Deal
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*THE GROVE VILLAS *
1 mo. FREE RENT
1BR Loft Style Starting at $600
Gated Commumit 60 W 20th Ave.
WALK to UF Available January.
2BR/2.5BA $1000. 1BR/1BA $600. No
pets, no smoking. Contact 352-870-7256 or
1 BR/1 BA Close to UF
$450/mo Pets ok.
352-332-8481 or 352-359-1644 11-26-08-
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 11-24-
2 bd 1 ba 1200 sq ft townhouse in heart of
historic neighborhood.w/d Blocks to down-
town shops & restaurants. 528 NE 4th A ave
avail Jan $795/mo 379-4952
SPECIAL $1 00 off first month rent. 2640 SW
31st Pl Unit B. 2 BR/1 1/2 Ba 2 story apart
ment. Private fenced backyard. WID hookup.
Ne~aLUF/Shands and on bus route. 562-2782
or 514-6869. $545/month 11-26-25-2
1 BR 1 BLOCK to UF
Available now. Almost new. WIDinci
$750/mo. Gore Rabell Real Estate 378-1387
Walking Distance to UFLaw School!l
419 NW 25th Street. Clean, beautiful new-
er home 3 bdl~ba wid included $1650/mo.
Av~ail. end of Dec.learly Jan. Call Anne @
810-610-0110 for more info. 12-10-26-2
16, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2008
Walk to UF
Spacious 2/2 condo
Guaranteed parking. Pool.
230 SW 2nd Ave. 494-6027
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Luxury Single Suite available (1BR/1BA) for
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Arbor Lofts Sublease. Available Jan 09- July
09. 1 BR/1Bath loft style apartment at $7891
month. Very close to campus at NW 3rd
Place. contact Kristine at
schiav80n @ f.edu
Jan-Jul $507 first mo. free
Ut.Ifumn. inclu. room in 4/4
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4 BLOCKS FROM UF
Large 1/1 in College Park. WID & DWwood
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ir ay Wes 1 pool. Contact 786-326-8593
Taylor Square 2/2&half luxury condo.
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~Contact Samantha at scmorris~iufl.edu or
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stadiumil No deposit. $749/month. Call, text,
or email: (239)249-0216 or eweyl~ufl.edu
Cabana Beach Sublease! Available Jan 09-
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w/ walk in closet. WID. Internet. TVICable
Pool. & Gym. Contact: (904) 536-9690 or
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ing. All inclusive: utilities, WID, furnished.
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1 BR/1 BA sublease in a 4/4
HBO, internet & utils incl for just $454/mo.
Call Karl at 954-554-8461 12-2-08-10-3
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tiable). First floor and quieticlean roommates.
Contact John at stevejoh~ufl.edu or 727-
LIVE IN LUXURY~lbr/1ba available for
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females). Rent: $430. Pets welcomed. Call
or text 813-300-1007 to view apt. Go online
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Sublease 1BR apt @ College Manor. Walk
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Looking Glass Sublease! Available Jan 09~
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ONE MONTH FREEl l BR/1 BAin 3/3 Luxury
Townhouse. $550/ month. (Starts Jan 09).
All utilities (Premium Cable, HS internet,
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is fully furnished! Call 954-483-4597. 12-
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-
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
$635/mo. 1BR in 2BR/2.5BA townhouse with
WID, D/W, full kitchen, private balconies,
large closets. 5 min walk to campus. Pets with
deposit. Available now. Call 904.484.4156 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org 11-24-08-10-3
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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
Male needed for a 1/1 in a 2/ at Cabana
SEC DEP. Includes furn, elec, hgh spd intnet,
was/dryer, cable. Must have Guarantor. Call
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
A UNIQUE PLACE TO LIVE
Two nice houses in established ~neighbor-
hood, central location just 10 min to UF and
dwntowr. Twsw bdr olms in each hoeunsce t
in yard, many other features you must see.
Individual lease, some include Utils $400-
510 plus sec dep. Please call Mr Kristoff
RENT LAKE HOUSE
$400 security deposit, $400 rent/mo + utils.
Call 352-246-1637, email@example.com
Walk/bike to class.Clean, quiet, engineering
student needs roommate for a 2/1 at Summit
House Condos on SW 16th Ave. $400/mo +
1/2 elec. & cable. $200 dep. Call Tim, 352-
Non-smoking roommates to share 4/2 home.
$350/mo washer/dryer wifi cable office &
utiis. 352-337-2937 or ssechat~aol.com.
Room for Rent in a 2 bed 2 bath house. Nice
furniture, appliances and big bathroom. Very
close to UF, great for students. $500 per
month p11us half utilities. Call Pat at 352-682-
Seeking roommate. Great & safe location.
Twnhs 5 mins to UF. Fem RM. Furn, pvt BA,
cable, parking, house for guest. Pets ok. Tons
of storage. Quiet area, Pets ok. NS, $400/mo
split-util. firstname.lastname@example.org 407-227-7223 12-
Roomate wanted!i 4/4 Condo-
Countryside at the University SW 23rd
1 mile from UF uammpus on bus route
$450/month Contact Leslie 352 222 0722
1/1 in 2/2 apartment in Spyglass Apartments
right next to the mail. Furnished living room,
washer/dryer included. Only $500! (female).
Go to www.spyglassapts.com to see.
Call me at 7409722356.
3 bdrm 2 bath condo,2 more female roomies
needed $400.00 each all utilities paid 10 min
from U of F 10 min.from Santa Fe, swimming
pool,tennis,weight room etc. bus stop out
front. call 850-974-0686 12-5-08-10-4
Sell your house, condo, acreage, mobile
home and much more in the ALLIGATOR
CLASSIFIEDS! Reach thousands of pos-
sbe lbs buyersI Mastercard and Visa accepted
Brand new luxury condos starting at $220k.
Giranitectoops, tall ceilings priaatrembalcony
Call Eric Wild at 352-870-9453 12-10-74-5
AFFORDABLE LUXURY NEW CONSTRUC-
TION NEAR UF, SHANDS, LAW SCHOOL
2Bed13 mlull iBactt s StO fce Urnt
Price, Campus Realty 352-281-3551~~
CONDOS AT UF
Matt & Tiffany Thomas, Bosshardt Realty
(352) 494-0194 or (352) 316-5556 2-17-
Psychotherapy office availat~ie
All day Mons & Fris. AII evenings & week-
ends. $175/mo. Contact Arlene Bargad,
LCSW 352-371-4797 11-21-08-10-5
AWESOME HOUSE FOR SALE! 4 bed/3.5
00m/ cr/very LOW maintenance 3yr old
Nice 1999 Fleetwood 3BR2BH DW; all new
inside, ap~pli ncep vwellr pumpksAC lrg~e821
N.W.142 Lane, Gainesville 32609. $89,000.
1363 60)2-55 2. Call anytime leave message
Rare condo 2350sf,3br/2 .5b,balden
Lg 2car gar,new 2-zone hvac, mins
$309K/Call C.Z. Essoe 328-6946
Matchmaker Realty 372-3930 12-8-08-10-5
BED QUEEN $110 ORTHOPEDIC
Extra thick, pillow-top, mattress & box. Name
brand, new, still in plastic. Call 352-372-7490
wili deliver. 12-10-08-74-6
BED FULL SIZE $90 ORTHOPED p
Pillow-top mattress & box. New, unusea' still
in plastic wlwarranty. Can deliver. Call 352-
MICROFIBER SOFA & LOVESEAT $400
Brand new still packaged wlwarranty. Must
sell. Can deliver. Retail $1600. 352-372-7490
BED KING $170 PILLOWTOP
mattress & box springs. Orthopedic rated.
Name brand, new, never been used, in plas-
tic with warranty. Call 352-372-8588. Can
CHERRY SLEIGH BED solid with Pillowtop
Mattress & Box. All new still boxed. Cost
$1500, sacrifice $450 352-333-7516
Sofa $175Brand new in pkg 333-7516
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 wlwarranty. Retail
$2650. Sacrifice $750. Call 352-377-9846
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-
FUTON Solid oak mission-style frame w/
mattress. New, in box. $140 332-9899
DINETTE SE 5pc7$12 Bran~d new in box.
"*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-pi16.
Roommate Matching HERE
Oxford Manor 377-2777
The Landings 336-3838
The Laurels 335-4455
Hidden Lake 374-3866
Visa and Mastercard accepted.
:: 2 Blocks To UF :: -
Room in 4br condo incl utils, internet,
cable TV, pool. Very Nice $425 283-8777
www. Ga inesvilie-Rooms-4-Rent.com 1-6-
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2008 m ALLIGATOR, 17
from campus! College Manor spring 2009
~sublease. 1 BR/1 BA apt. $565/mo + Utilities.
Will leave bed, table & bookcase. Pet-friendly
r a complex. 352-328-9518 danilizaso 11-26-
C d ItSt0 YN08-5-3
*oy i h e *ia Cabana Beach Subleasel 4/4 fully furnished,
by nature trail, gym, pool. $499/mo. Paid
dY n first mo. Contact Joel 305-219-0717. 42" flat
ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS/LIBRARY
Aviab fm C m ecal Ne sPrv WEST! Spring/Summer. 111 NW 16th St.
L~3Inen G assh Itdryerr dsh wshBrR. $ 4e5e
month. Call (850) 525-4532. 1-6-14-3
NEW CONDOS -WALK to UF
3 Blks to UF For Info on ALL 1, 2, 3, 4
Bedrooms for Sale, Call Eric Leightman,
Campus Realty at 352-219-2879. 12-10-
Now you can easily over the phone, by fax, ~email or CHECK
submit your classified ad OUT PLACING YOUR AD ONLINE AT
www.alligator.org. or please call 373-Find
for print andlor web editions
right thru our website! SEE ALL CONDOS
Just go to WWW.UFCONDOMINIUMS.COM
WWw.alligator.org/classifiedS MaH Pr Campus Realty, 352-281-3551
18, ALLIGATOR a THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2008
Furnishings For Sale CQIAutos Herp Wanted I jl Help Wanted
t sD-aQUEbN se wo tB ndcd eilo bma -
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.
Bt DROOxM sE6T-p 3c0 nRuND NEWdor,
2 Nightstands, Dresser, Mirror, Chest. Must
sell,,can deliver. 352-377-9846. 12-10-08-
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.
0.a newlstill incrate. MUST5SEL7L7Reta l
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 dei352-333-7516 12-10-74-6
WIFE RAN AROUND !
All over town, looking for the best deals on
furniture and bedding. She found them at
Dumas Discount Furniture and Bedding
1201 East Univ. Av 352-371-4422
FAST CASH PAID
For any cars or trucks. Running or not. Clean -
or wrecked., Segovia 352-284-8619 12-10-
*****SUN CITY AUTO Sales***
WHY PAY MORE? YOU COULD PAY LESS!
300+ vehicles @ wholesale prices 338-1999
Local Auto Auction -- We will sell your ve~
hicle, truck, trailer, boat If it has wheels, we
will sell it! Must have title present. Pay same
day as sale. M F, 9 -4 Call -- (352) 373-7535
EZ Auto Loans Bad credit OK
YOu Work You Drive!
$500 down. Call Tom Cash 352-949-9098
Jeep Grand Cherokee '98 ONLY 68K MILES
Power everything, leather interiors, 4x4 drive
Plays mp3, sunroof, heated seats, runs great
Priced to sell: $3,000 obo, KBB quotes at 6k
Call: 352-328-6122 or check FB for pictures
Mazda Protege ES, 56k miles, 1999, great
gas mil., garage kept, locally owned, runs
great, $5,900 obo. 352 384 0686 or 352 273
LOCAL ARTIST NEEDS:
Gold Diamonds Gems Class Rings
ETC Top Cash $$$ or Trade A
OZZIE'S FINE JEWELRY 373-9243. 12-
UF GRAD PAYS MORE
for gold Jewelry, scrap gold, Rolex, diamonds,
guitars, etc. Top $$$. Get my offer before you
sell! Call Jim 376-8090 or 222-8090 12-10-
LIrgE FOEWOuR aWTH L XUeRY CA tbe
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record, drug-free, personal references.
www.carrsmith.com for details. 12-10-
Students in Accounting, Aviation, Business/
Sales and computer science needed for
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Phone reps needed ASAP Political & Corp
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4 4 -
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Great Scooters, Service & Prices!
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Clean BMW, Volvo, Mercedes
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3432 N Main St. www.carrsmith.com
CARRSMITH AUTO SALES 373-1150
OVER 50 IMPORTS UNDER $10,000
SELECT MOTOR CAR
THE YELLOW BUILDING
2715 N MAIN 377-1616
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BE AN INSPIRATION!
Take a blind lady to Mass on Sundays and for
walks and shopping as needed. We'll have
lots of fun! And you will make a new friend!
Contact 219-6948. 12-10-08-74-13
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Road to Recovery Volunteers Needed! g
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COMPUTER & LAPTOP REPAIRS
We buy computers and laptops
378-09 0 dNW tohr reet
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 Classifieds
NEW & USED BlKES FOR SALE
WE REPAIR ALL BRANDS
Best Prices in Town *
SPIN CYCLE 373-3355
424 W UNIV AVE (DOWNTOWN)
!1I FOr Sale ]
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF.
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538.
2181. Can leave mssg. 12-10-08-74-10 .
UF SURPLUS EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS
bikes, computers, printers, vehicles and
more. All individuals interested in bidding go
to: htip://www.surplus. ufl.edulonlinel
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Sales clerk needed PT/FT. Clean cut, non-
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7112 W UniversityAve. 12-4-08-14-14
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Duties include, but not limited to, bookkeep-
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Long Hair Models
Sought for a study of Long Hair in Motion,
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Med Tech or Lab Tech for large family
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Duties: sample processing, reporting, pro-
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at 6900 NW 9th Blvd or send resume to
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LEASING AGENTS NEEDED
Towne Parc Apts. Exp preferred. $8/hr
Please contact our office at 352-375-3072
Ben & Jerry's & Bourbon Street Coffee Co.
are seeking outgoing, motivated individuals
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Flexible schedules offered and guaran-
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Gainesville, Florida 32608
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NW 13th St. 12-10-08-14-14
HIRING EXPERIENCED WAITSTAFF &
HOSTESSES. Apply in person 39th Ave by
Santa Fe & NW 10th Place off Newberry
Rd. LaFiesta Mexican Restaurant 11-26-
Models needed for photo and film shoots'
18 to 25, excellent shape (toned, defined,
muscular) attractive -opno experience nec-
MEDICAL ASSISTANT NEEDED for busy
dermatology office. Full-time with benefits
or part-time approximately 20 hoursilweek
or greater. Experience desired but willing
to train motivated, enthusiastic person.
Ideal position for pre-medical, nursing or
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Seeking serious, responsible and detailed in-
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legibility and notifying Timeline Coordinator
of- any document/labeiing discrepancies.
HS diploma/GED and basic computer skills
required. Pay $10/hr. Submit resume to llhe
email@example.com. Background check
required. EOE/DFWP 11-26-08-5-14
Orange and Blue Textbooks is taking applica-
tions for Spring Semester book rush. Looking
for upbeat, experienced cashiers, floor and
shipping people. Apply in person at the store.
309 NW 13th Street. Availability during the
semester break a plus. 1-7-15-14
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Breakthrough leadership co. needs asser-
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IMPORT AUTO REPAIR.BMW, Mercedes,
Porsche, Volvo, VW, Honda, Toyota, Nissan,
Mazda. Quality craftsmanship, reasonable
pie nat itUF, AAA approve 378-7830
EVERGLADE EQUESTRIAN CENTER
The countryclub for horses & owners.
Customer lounge w/full kitchen & bath. 250'
x 160' riding ring, round pen & jump pad-
dock. Lessons. 30 acres, 40 matted stalls, 19
separate paddocks. 24-hr security, 352-591-
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424 W UNIV AVE (in Spin Cycle)
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turnout with room to run:! Limited # of stalls
available. 352-472-2627 for info & directions.
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The Citadel's Roberts hopes to put talent on display
LB Spikes finalist for award
Blanchard was being recruited,
The Citadel's coaching staff said
getting Roberts was such a big
"Cominlg into my freshman
year, that's what any receiver
wants to be, the No. 1 player on
the offense," Roberts, a junior,
said. "After my sophomore year, I
had a pretty good year. Coach just
told me I was going to have to be
a leader because I was going to be
one of the playmakers on the team.
It was expected."
It's hard to imagine him expect-
ing this type of season.
"We try to get the ball in his
hands in a number of ways,"
H-iggins said. "We'll throw it to
him. He runs with it. He returns
punts. He's obviously the key for
us in terms of being able to move
the football because he does so
When you're hoping to play in
the NFL, like Roberts is, this game
is an opportunity to see if you can
hang with elite competition.
"It's always going to be a mea-
suring stick for me to go against
these D-I athletes that are sup-
SEE ROBERTS, PAGE 22
By BRIAN STEELE
Alligator Staff Writer
Percy Harvin is developing
When you look for him in
Saturday's game, you might be
.Except one will be the Football
Championship Subdivision ver-
sion of Harvin-
The Citadel's Andre Roberts,
whom Citadel coach Kevin
Higgins said he has used much
like UF uses Harvin, has darted,
zigged anid zagged his way to a
season with 1,458 receiving yards
and 21 total touchdowns-
"When things aren't going
good, our whole team just looks
to him," said quarterback Bart
Blanchard. who has 22 touch-
downs and 11 interceptions on
"Every time I throw the ball his
way, I'm usually expecting him to
come down with it."
Hfe comes down with it more
than "usually." Of Blanchard's
223.2 passing yards per game,
121.5 go to Roberts.
There's reasoning why, when
I UF quarterback Tim Tebow was selected
as one of five finalists for the Coach Wood-
en Citizenship Cup in the college division.
The award is given annually to the athlete
who has most positively influenced others.
courtesy to the Alligator
The Citadel junior wide receiver Andre Roberts will lead the Bulldogs into The Swamp on Saturday.
Roberts has 1,458 yards receiving this year and 21total touchdowns.
ably sit there
', c and snicker,
but there was
a time when
UF was in
Phil Kegler such a state
pPi eonathaeo ai HOw aot 0
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At this point, it's nea le unfatotm-
able to think about a time when the
G torsm wu b n sudisary e
(aka Ron Zook) was only four years
agBecause talent doesn't mean ev
cmemte fS natioa 1ttle 1 to t
it, but teams have to get a few breaks
to get there.
The Gators have been firing on al
cylinders, but their best attribute has
been taking advantage of opportuni-
SEE PHIL, PAGE 22
EThe last few times I've said
that, I believed it to be self-
given romantic advice, this time, the
cliched phrase goes for you, Gators
UF is on its way to spoiling you a
HBe ievm i r not, stretches like the
previous six games really don't hap-
pen d yes, you m ry well watch
UF's third football national cham-
posi this season, just two years
Don't for et, it took 90 years for
tht first one.n(Nt lthat I eea et the
aga imst yo don't realize what
you have. Look at Michigan right
Say what you want about the Big
Ten Conference, but one of the most
storied programs in college football
history has eight losses.
ist for the award, joining Reggie Nelson (2006)
and Alex Brown (2001).
Spikes is definitely not ready, however, to
say this willbe his last home game.
"I've just been focused on winning that's
ISt'RSONikesF SED ON SATURDAY: As the
By BRIAN STEELE
Alligator Staff Writer
When asked if he has made a "signature
ci"thsyar, juirlnber Br on Spikes
That attitude the one that makes him
keep pushing himself is a big part of the
reason why Spikes has been named one of five
finalit for the Brbonkod eauki Awarrd, ven
Fqotball Writers Association of Amenica.
While it was pointed out to Spikes that
his hit on Georgia running back Knowshon
Moreno on the game's second play was a vi-
cious one, he still has a hunger for more.
"I want to knock a guy out of the game,
Spikes said. "You just want to put a guy out,
have an ambulance come get them off~ the
Spikes is the third Gator to ever be a final-
playing better every week,
the talk of their coordinators
getting head coaching jobs
increases as well.coriar
Charlie Strong admitted his
name has been talked about,
but wouldn't give any further
credence to the talk.
"My name has been out there for, what,
the last so many years?" Strong said. "I have
a great job here. I don't even listen to (the talk)
anymore. If you let yourself get consumed
with it, it will take away from what you're
Today's question: Which UF position player do you
think will score the most touchdowns Saturday?
Tuesday's question: Who is UF's best wide receiver
besides Percy Harvin and Louis Murphy?
(see right for results)
Thompson 48% (69)
Cooper 36% (51)
Nelson 9% (13)
Ca. Moore 7% (10)
143 TOTAL VOTES
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pect he became.
."He helped me learn how to bang," Chaney
Now, as a freshman at UF, the No. 19 Gators
(2-0) are counting on Chaney's continued devel-
"Allan has very, very good natural instinc-
tive ability around the basket. I think he's going
to be a very good post-up player," UF coach
Billy Donovan said. "He's clearly one of our
With sophomore Alex Tyus playing out
of position at center this year and the slow
development of fellow fresh-
man Kenny Kadji, Donovan
hopes Chaney will provide
94 much-needed depth in the
JIe scored 9 points in the
Gators' game against Bradley
Donovan, who said he is
Donovanpleased with the effort he has
seen out of Chaney this season, insists that once
he can build up his stamina, Chaney will see
"We did all that conditioning, but you still
have to run hard on every play," Chaney said.
"The game is so much faster (than high school).
You can get lost out there"
SAs Chaney walks across the sunny streets of
Gainesville, he hasn't forgotten what it was like
in the shadows of Baltimore. The city his mother
pushed him away from still holds a special place
"Carmelo Anthony that's my favorite
player," Chaney said of the Baltimore native.
"I still have a poster that he signed for me.
It's on the wall in my room back in Baltimore."
While Donovan appreciates Chaney's home-
town ties, he ~isn't ready to make comparisons
with the fo mr Syrcscees almrmI Anthny"
11THE UF FORWARD MOVED AFTER HIS
FRESHMAN YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL.
By MIKE DiFERDINANDO
Alligator Staff Writer
Growing up in the shadow of Baltimore, Md.,
Allan Chaney was constantly moving on the
court, during late nights with friends, moving.
anywhere but the right direction.
"It was kind of hard for me growing up there
- a lot of distractions and everything," Chaney
After his freshman year at Brooklandville
St. Paul's High, Chaney's mother had seen
She decided her son would move to New
London, Conn., to live with his grandmother.
"My brother did the same thing, and it
worked out for him, so I figured it would work
out for me," Chaney said.
To Chaney, New London seemed about as far
away from the streets of Baltimore as he could
"It was a very small city, so there wasn't
much to do besides play basketball," he said.
Basketball became Chaney's release a
place where he could escape the temptations
and distractions, and it's a place where he'll
continue to escape to tonight when UF takes on
Southern Utah at 8 in the O'Connell Center,
Chaney had to adjust to not only a new
school in New London, but also a new position.
Thanks to a growth spurt during his fresh-
man year, he was no longer able to play guard
- a spot he had played his whole life.
"I went to playing power forward, and I
didn't really like it," Chaney said. "But then I
moved up to Connecticut and coach (Calvin)
B aey cr dts B nkey, his coach at New
London High, for molding him into the pros-
UF freshman forward Allan Chaney shoots during the Gators' 81-58 win against
Bradley in the O'Connell Center on Sunday.
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more classes. Then practice. Then
study period from 7:50 to 10:50 at
"Everyone puts their pants on
the same way."
The Citadel quarterback
Then, they're free to do whatever
they want. Except the thought of that
alarm clock going off before 7 a.m.
doesn't make them want to do much
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else but go to bed.
"It'd be kind of rough if you (went)
to sleep after 11 o'clock," Roberts
The B~uldogs might want some
extra rest before they play against the
"They're definitely better than all of
Our Southern Conference opponents,
I'll tell you that," Blanchard joked.
Then a little mbre of a serious side:
"They are human. We are, too,"
Blanchard said. "Everyone puts their
pants on the same way.,,
ROBER TS, from page 20
posed to be the best in the country,"
At The Citadel, a military institute,
the players' lives revolve around little
more than their training, practice and
It starts at 7 a.m. with military for-
mation and breakfast.
SThen class. Then another military
f ~rmation axid lunch at noon. Then
Location: Charleston, S.C.
Enrollment: 3, 198
Division I sports: 15
School colors: Blue and W~hite
Alma Mater: "Oh Citadel, we sing thy
In-state freshman tuition: $20,897
Out-of-state freshman tuition: $33,500
Graduation rate: 59.2 percent
2008 football record: 4-7
Rivalry game: Virginia Military Institute
Record vs. UF: 0-13
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PH IL, from page 20
When opponents make an error, UF pounces
and knocks 'em to the ground and doesn't
let them get up (well, except for that whole
Ah, yes, that game against the Rebels.
The 12:30 contest that spoiled your weekend,
I'm sure you remember it?
You should go give Houston Nutt a kiss.
That man and his team gave the Gators a
bigger kick mn the rear than any Urban Meyer
For one thing, it made Tun Tebow rally
the troops, which, frankly, is something I just
wo tbde gFaintem and gave it a chip on its
shoulder. The results have been pretty scary
Yes, this is an elite football program. Yes, it will
reload and replace (to a degree) stars like Percy
Harvin and Brandon Spikes.
But it takes a perfect storm of events to stew
up what's brewing in Gainesville right now. It's
sotesnp cahn taff at its prime, filled with as-
sistant coaches who might not be here next year.
It's filled with backups who are good enough
to be starters. It's filled with talent.
And it's filled with intangibles.
The fire, so far gone on last year's team, is
So, a few years from now, when you're with
the next girl down the road and pining for this old
2008 flame, just let me say this I told you so.
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for at Clemson, Jim Davis, resigned
just before Yenser arrived. After
two years of playing for the Tigers,
she realized there was a better fit
for her elsewhere.
Six days- after she committed to
UNC Charlotte to play for Butler,
Butler accepted the job at UF.
"She's that kid that we have
a ton of confidence in that's
always going to do the right
UF women's bas etnbdal Ier
The two kept in contact, and
Butler eventually asked Yenser to
come to UF: with her, knowing her
new squad in Gainesville needed
a shooter and a leader, something
Yenser could be. .
"She's that kid that we have a
ton of confidence in that's always
going to do the right thing," Butler
"It's a very reassuring thought
to know you've got a voice in the
locker room who is always going
to step up and say the right thing
when it needs to be said."
Not only does Yenser specialize
in 3-point shooting and provide
SSHE SAT OUT LAST YEAR
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By CHRISTOPHER YAZBEC
cy zecali aro g
It appears Susan Yenser's time at
Afe stiag au lst season due
to NCAA transfer rules, the junior
guard gave a glimpse of what she
can do to help her team this season
Yenser played 18 minutes and
sqirred 9 points on 3-of-5 shoot-
ing from 3-point range against
She can continue to be a force off
the bench tonight tvhen the Gators
(1-1) host Stetson at 5:30 in the first
game of a doubleheader with the
"Basically, I've been waiting a
year and a half for that," Yenser
"I was just waiting for my time
to come, my number to be called.
When your team needs you, you
Yenser, who transferred from
SClemson, had originally committed
to play for UF coach Amanda Butler
while she was still coaching at UNC
The coach she wanted to play
leadership, but in high school she
wrote and recorded two Christian
rap CDs, all completed in her base-
It was her brother, not her, who
gave the CDs to her friends to listen
"I was kind of secret about it,"
esletos i.i aIjust did itl bce e
the message out there just about
While she hasn't had anywhere
to record since she has been in col-
lege, Yenser said she still likes to
write poems and songs. ai
was pr tty cool," sai
Marshae Dotson, Yenser's room-
mate last year. "I heard it and I'm
like, 'That's not her.'"
Now, Yenser's teammates
wouldn't mind teaining up in a
"They're always like, 'Sue, you
need to write us a song,'" Yenser
"Maybe one day, I talked about
getting all of us together if we could
find somewhere to record, we could
make a song that we would < ome
out to (for each game)."
.While she's not shooting rap
records as much anymore, look for
Yenser to keep shooting like she
has been from behind the are this
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UF guard Susan Yenser drives down the court during the
Gators' 71-62 loss to DT-3 in the O'Connell Center on Nov. 7.
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Yenser ready to chip in from bench