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Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida Student Tech Fair debuts Friday:The latest tech will be outside Marston at 11 a.m., pg 5. UF scholars to host panel on Ebola Virus today:Its at 5:30 p.m. in Pugh Hall, pg 8. UF swimming readying for LSU dual meetFlorida looks to continue momentum following Pinch A Penny Invitational success, pg. 16 UF womens golf sophomore Maria Torres is ready to Florida tournament this fall. Read the story on Page 14. 88 /64 FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 10 CROSSWORD 11 SPORTS 13VOLUME 109 ISSUE 32 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014Gabriella Nicholas/Alligator Staff Actor and activist George Takei speaks at the University Auditorium on Tuesday night as part of the Accent Speakers Bureau series. THE ACTOR-TURNED-ACTIVIST GOT SERIOUS ABOUT SOCIAL ISSUES. ALYSSA FISHERAlligator Staff WriterGeorge Takei stepped onto the University Auditorium stage Tuesday evening to thunderous applause. This is a really spectacular place it deserves an oh my, he said. The activist and Star Trek actor was brought by the Accent Speakers Bureau, Pride Student Union and Asian American Student Union to share his message on democracy and the connection between minorities at 8 p.m. Throughout the year, we celebrate the diversity in America, Takei said. Because central to the vitality of this nation is the fact that we are diverse, and we celebrate the various histories, cultures, experiences that make up this great country. And as Americans, we are tions. And the Trekkies recognize that. Takei took the audience back to 1941: the bombing of Pearl Harbor. He was 4 years old, and it was the beginning of his politically active career as a Japanese-American. His family was taken from their home and forced to live in a horse stall before being transferred to an Arkansas internment camp. His father was labeled an enemy non-alien, even though he entoo young to understand and feel the pain. He then became active in campaigns such as the civil rights movement, where he marched alongside Martin Luther King Jr. But Takei didnt just feel different because of his face, he said. At 10 years old, he knew he was different when he had feelings for boys rather than girls. As a budding actor, he said he stayed closeted and felt alone. He saw innocent gay men and lesbians get incarcerated due to ignorance, connecting it to his childhood as a Japanese-American. He has been an LGBT activist since 2005, when the bill for equal rights was banned in California. But Takei said there is a reason to celebrate Trekkie Takei talks democracy, LGBT ALYSSA FISHERAlligator Staff Writer to announce its 12th president Oct. 15. The selection process will begin Monday and end Wednesday. There are currently 15 applicants. plications are not closed, but if an applicant wants to be considered, his or her application has to be submitted by Monday. Monday will be the applicant review, and the search committee will narrow the list of applicants, Sikes said. She said after reviewing every applicathe search criteria, the committee will invite Tuesday for interviews. Glover and Kamal Dean Parhizgar, professor of management and business ethics at Texas A&M International University. After interviews with the search commitBoard of Trustees for interviews. Split between Tuesday and Wednesday, munity public forum on campus to meet stuSikes said. There will also be a separate faculty assembly. Im excited there is a lot of interest in this position and am looking forward to meeting the candidates next week, Student Body President Cory Yeffet wrote in an email. Im hopeful there are distinguished academics who are also great leaders with diverse experiences, and we are able to select an incredibly Next UF prez may be picked by next weekLOCAL KELSIE OZANNEAlligator Contributing WriterWhile Gainesville is used to the hectic swarm of students and residents, the City of Hawthorne is more acquainted with the sound of nature and the sight of familiar faces. Downtown Hawthorne is roughly 1 square mile and houses about 14,000 residents, said Ellen Vause, Hawthornes city manager. Hawthorne enjoys its small town charm, but Vause said the city is eager for tourists to view its nature trails and parks, as well as Main Street. In an attempt to revitalize the downtown area and spur economic development, the city plans to extend its 16-mile bicycle trail. Hawthornes previous city planner asked for a renovation grant three years ago, and the city recently announced the project is now underway. We need the people, Vause said. We need the visitors. The .7-mile project will extend the Gainesville-Hawthorne State Trail, one of U.S. 301 along Southeast 71st Avenue and Southeast 221st Street to the new trail end at State Road 20. The project will start in summer 2016 and cost about $420,000, said Rebecca White, a spokeswoman for the project. It will take about six to eight months to complete. mission held an open house informational meeting Tuesday in the Hawthorne City Hall Auditorium to discuss the trails extension. The proposed project will include repaving, widening of road lanes and pavement Hawthorne will extend 16-mile bike trail, add bike lanesSEE T AKEI, P AGE 4 SEE PRESIDENT P AGE 4 SEE HA W THORNE, P AGE 4

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News Today Subscription Rate: Full Year (All Semesters) $100The Independent Florida Alligator is a student newspaper serving the University of Florida, pubThe Alligator The Alligator is The Alligator ISSN 0889-2423 The Alligator The Alligator 2, ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 TODAYFORECASTSUNNY 88/66 SUNNY 88/64 SUNNY 88/64 SUNNY 90/64 SUNNY 88/64 SUNDAY SATURDAY FRIDAY THURSDAY VOLUME 109 ISSUE 32 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to cwright@alligator.org. To ensure publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 4 p.m. Please model your submissions after above events and keep them 150 words or fewer. Improperly formatted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper.CORRECTION:An article about peanut allergy research, which ran on Tuesday, incorrectly stated that peanut allergies are airborne. According to the National Peanut Board, only skin contact or ingestion can cause an allergic reaction.WHATS HAPPENING?Opportunity for students interested in business The Florida Business Leadership Society meets every Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. in Stuzin Hall, Room 103. Join us on Wednesdays to make new friends and enjoy free food. You can contact our president, Nick Deering, at president. fbls@gmail.com with any questions. Register for intramural basketball Do you love shooting hoops in your spare time? Then get your friends together for some 3-on-3 basketball. Leagues include a womens team, a mens competitive team and a mens recreational team. The regular season will consist of five weeks for competitive leagues, and recreational leagues will have seven games in six weeks. Visit imleagues. com to register your team. You may organize your team early on the waitlist. Once registration opens, you must remove your team from the waitlist and into your desired division or your team will not be scheduled to play. Registration closes Thursday at noon. The season begins Tuesday. For more information, visit recsports. ufl.edu/intramural-sports/ fall-schedule/. Sexual Violence Bystander Intervention Training Sign up now for 90 minutes of training to learn how to recognize seemingly innocuous acts that allow sexual assault and do your part to change the culture. Practice skills to prevent assaults before they occur, intervene in high-risk situations and support survivors. Register at gatorwell. ufsa.ufl.edu. Classes are on campus Sundays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. and Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Moth Madness in the Butterfly Rainforest Visit the Butterfly Rainforest exhibit at the Florida Museum of Natural History for Moth Madness through Nov. 14 to discover a variety of moth species and observe their exceptional characteristics. Daily butterfly releases are held at 2 p.m., with additional weekend releases at 3 and 4 p.m., weather permitting. UF students with a valid Gator 1 Card receive free, year-round admission. Self-defense lessons with UF Kickboxing Club Interested in a unique teambuilding activity for your club or organization? The UF Kickboxing Club is offering free self-defense and kickboxing lessons to local groups. Please contact Genevieve at genvcomeau@ gmail.com for more information. Matheson Museum Family Tree Join us this Fall in commemorating the 20-year anniversary of the Matheson Museum and more than 140 years of family history that helped shape it. From the building of the historic home by James Douglas Matheson in 1867 to the donation of that same home to the museum complex in 1996 by Sarah Hamilton Matheson, the Matheson family has served tirelessly to forward the growth of the Gainesville community and preserve its rich cultural heritage. Now the board, staff and volunteers of the Matheson Museum carry on in their place preserving the name and mission of the Matheson family for future generations. The Matheson Museum is open Monday through Thursday from 9:30 Have an event planned? Add it to the Alligators online calendar:alligator.org/calendar

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 3

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ARIANA FIGUEROAAlligator Staff Writer ALLIGATOR Ashley Miller-Shaked/Alligator Members of the new 2014-2015 UF Student Senate are sworn in at Tuesdays meeting. STUDENT GOVERNMENTGoodbyes and new beginnings at Student Senate meeting FRIDAY IS NATIONAL COMING OUT DAY. GABRIELLA NUEZAlligator Contributing Writer PRESIDENT, from page 1The selection is a three-day process He spoke about life in internment camp TAKEI, from page 1Trail renovations will cost $420,000 HA W THORNE, from page 1

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 5Gabriella Nicholas / Alligator Staff A Blunt OpinionJon Mills, director of the Center for Governmental Responsibility, explains his position on medical mari juana and its potential uses for epilepsy patients Tuesday night at the Levin College of Law. UF RESOURCES ALEXIA FERNANDEZAlligator Staff Writerafernandez@alligator.orgStudents can take a break from their classes Friday and jump into a tech playground in front of the Marston Science Library. Beats by Dre headphones, 3-D printing and laptop GPS trackers will be on display 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is hosted by UF Information Technology and Smathers Libraries. Jameson Johnston, IT manager for UFIT, said about 20 on-campus organizations will participate in the event to showcase the services available to students. Students arent aware of all the different types of services available to them, whether its the UF Help Desk or the computer labs across campus, he said. We want to make sure that students are aware of the technology offered. UFIT, along with the UF Bookstore, computer labs and libraries will be in attendance. The idea for the fair came from Chloe Finch, a 21-year-old journalism senior and employee at UFIT, said Bobby Brito, a political science, history and international studies senior and member of the Tech Fair planning committee. The fair will highlight Library Wests one-week iPad rentals, the Collaboration Commons study space in Marston Science Library and UFITs Adobe Creative Suite 6 labs. Brito said he is looking forward to seeing students embrace UFs free technology. Im not a STEM major, so its nice to see what services are offered through the university that I can use, Brito, 21, said. University Police will introduce the FrontDoorSoftware Laptop Loss and Recovery program that allows students to remotely lock and track their laptops in case of theft. Lynda.com and UFApps, a software application that provides students with free access to Microsoft software and AutoCAD 2014, will also be promoting their tech services. Tracy Gale, UFIT communications manager, wrote in an email that the goal of the fair is to bring campus IT services together in one place. Johnston said only a small portion of the tech services at UF are not used by students. Were looking to get feedback about our services and see what else we can offer the students, he said. IT HAS PURCHASED 20,000 SO FAR. HUNTER WILLIAMSONAlligator Contributing WriterThrough a project known as Cuba: Million Bible Mission, The Rock of Gainesville Church is trying to raise more than $5 million to send a million Bibles to Cuba. The Bibles cost $5.40 each and, so far, the Rock has raised more than $100,000 and purchased 20,000 Bibles. All of those will be distributed by the United Bible Society, the Council of Churches and the Rock in November. The project began in June in partnership with the United Bible Society. The Rock expects to reach its millionBible goal by 2017 or 2018, said church spokesman Oscar Candelaria. According to Candelaria, the Rock and the United Bible Society have received permission from the Cuban government to distribute the Bibles in the country. The Bibles are in an easyto-understand translation, said Candelaria, who was born in Cuba. According to the Rock, about 77 percent of Cubas population is Christian. The church said Christianity is growing by about 15 percent each year in Cuba. While some people, like Kevin Cauthen, a 17-yearold dual-enrollment Santa Fe College student, think what the Rock is doing is a good thing, some people, like Jonah Stokes, believe differently. Why a million Bibles for Cuba? the 18-year-old musical theater freshman at Santa Fe asked, laughing. Arent Cubans already religious? They arent a godless nation. Sequoia Cervone Buzzella, a UF sustainability freshman, said she thinks that the $5 million could go towards other things. Tabitha Odabe, a senior at The Rock School who also attends the church, said she disagreed. Its a good thing, she said, referring to the mission, adding that there are people who want to know God more and want to read Gods Word, but they dont have access to it. Candelaria said people criticizing the effort to bring Bibles, rather than aiding the poor and in-need, just dont have the right perspective. Most people in the U.S. dont have any idea what its like to live in a country where youre persecuted, he said. Where everything is illegal, where you cant raise your own food without giving most of it to the government. He continued, And so, its easy to criticize this project of bringing in a million Bibles to Cuba, thinking you could use this money for something else. ITS THIRD FOR BEST RENTAL PROPERTIES. CARLY JUVEAlligator Contributing WriterWhether youre looking to buy Gainesville is one of the best cities in the country to do it. The city ranked in the top 10 college towns for both categories third for buying rental property and The rankings were compiled by RealtyTrac, a real estate information company based in California. kind of report, said Ginny Walker, RealtyTrac spokeswoman. What we liked about UF is that it appeared on both lists. Data was also collected from the National Center for Education Statistics, Walker said. The top collegetown rankings for buying rental properties were based on annual gross rental yield, she said, while houses were ranked based on the average gross return on investment of 2014. Terry Martin-Back has been in the 30 years. He is the co-owner of the Exit Realty franchise in Gainesville and a general contractor. I enjoy going into houses that nobody else wants and then turning them into something that someone can enjoy again, Martin-Back said. houses is money, he said. Students are buying older condos and apartments because they are affordable, Martin-Back said. Right now we have about 2,500 new apartments and condos coming in. Holly Linville, a 21-year-old UF communication sciences and disorders senior, has lived in a more affordable house behind Midtown for two years with two roommates. The location of my house is great, she said. It is near the heart of campus, and I am close to the stadium, restaurants and classes. Im not a STEM major, so its nice to see what services are offered through the university that I can use.Bobby BritoUF political science, history, and international studies senior Top 10 for buying rental properties:University of Akron Thomas Edison State College University of Florida University of Cincinnati Ohio State University Northern Illinois University University of Pittsburgh Kent State University University of Nebraska Broward College University of Minnesota University of Washington University of Nebraska San Francisco State University Thomas Edison State College University of Florida University of Colorado University of Cincinnati University of Akron North Carolina State University Source: RealtyTrac

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Reader responseThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator Column Editorial The Alligator will be withheld if the writer shows just cause. We reserve the right to edit for length, grammar, style and libel. Send letters to opinions@alligator.org, bring them to 1105 W. University Ave., or send them to P.O. Box 14257, Gainesville, FL 32604-2257. Columns of about 450 words about original topics and editorial cartoons are also welcome. Questions? Call 352-376-4458. 207 TOTAL VOTES91% YES 9% NOVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgTuesdays question: Do you think UF responded well to the Treon Harris accusations? Todays question: Are you going to the UF Student Tech Fair?Scott, Crist: not leadership Fla. needsAs you venture around Gainesville, political signs are a ubiquitous sight on street corners. However, as far as the eye can see, theres hardly a sign in sight for either Gov. Rick Scott or democratic candidate Charlie Crist. Perhaps the campaigns are simply eschewing campaign signs for other means of advertisement, or perhaps its a sign that voters are just not that excited for the gubernatorial election. With less than a month until Election Day, campaign fever should be sweeping Florida. But if its happening elsewhere in the state, its certainly not happening in Gainesville. Crist recently visited Gainesville to open a campaign ofIf theres one campaign tactic seen by Floridians everywhere, its the attack ads eating away at our hearts and souls. Charlie Crist loves President Barack Obama, Rick Scott steals money like Dr. Evil, and both candidates are going to eat your children. Perhaps the last ad isnt real, but at this point, would you put it past either candidate to make such a horGenerally, I consider campaign signs to be nothing more than litter that decorates our yards, street corners and abandoned businesses during campaign season, but seeing an entire town nearly bereft of Crist or Scott signs during such a close election is quite surprising. Its true that Gainesville is not exactly the main battleground for control of the governors mansion, but you have to wonder if voters in South Florida and along the Interstate 4 corridor feel the same way. They have a choice between Lord Voldemort or Two-Face, and neither option seems particularly appealing. Rolling Stone picked up on the current state of the gubernatorial campaign last week, publishing an article entitled The Florida Farce, that chronicles why voters should not support either candidate. Nothing in the article was particularly revelatory as they lambasted Scott for his actions while he was CEO of Columbia/HCA and exposed Crist for the While were abundantly aware of the candidates downfalls, now is the time for us to look in the mirror and ask ourselves if this is the best we can do. Democrats are so desperate for the keys to the governors mansion that they welcomed Crist into the party with open arms giving him more than 74 percent of the democratic primary vote. For a man who once wanted to bring back prison chain gangs earning him the nickname Chain Gang Charlie it was a stunning turnaround. Crist was a Republican just four short years ago, but Democrats dont care; they just want to win. Fifth Amendment right not to self-incriminate a whopping 75 for Medicare fraud, but again, Republicans seem to have no qualms giving this man another four years in Tallahassee. Are we truly scraping the barrel so deeply for good politicians in both parties that Democrats and Republicans must settle for political opportunists like Crist or fraudsters who As discussed in the Rolling Stone piece, Florida has immense problems to tackle, from climate change if you havent noticed, Miamis starting to drown to the future of tion is over the age of 65. Scott seems only able to toe the Tea Party line, while Crist will say just about anything to get elected and then may not ing the next four years running Florida should terrify us all We have to deal with the effects of climate change now, advance the states aging infrastructure that can no longer the corruption that envelops Tallahassee like fog on a humid Only time will tell, but dont hold your breath. Joel Mendelson is a UF grad student in political campaigning. His columns appear on Wednesdays.Those following the medias coverage of the upcoming November election might be forgiven for believing that Florida will only have one proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot this year. The media have featured wall-to-wall marijuana for medical purposes in the state of Florida. Its not surprising that the media have chosen to focus so both the state and federal level. However, there are two other amendments that Floridas voters will decide on this year that are arguably more important than the medical marijuana issue. ment, is a proposal that would dedicate a permanent source of revenue to the Land Acquisition Trust Fund, a public trust that purchases Florida land for parks and other conservation efforts. The funding would come from the documentary stamp tax, a tax primarily assessed on real estate transactions. Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Legislature have decimated spending on environmental conservation in recent years. The fact that Scott has responded to questions about climate change by saying that he is not a scientist demonstrates that he does not take environmental issues seriously. source of funding for environmental conservation that would not be subject to politically expedient budget cuts. Amendment 3 relates to the process by which seats on the Florida Supreme Court and the state district appeals courts are day of a newly sworn-in governors term. If Amendment 3 passes, it could allow lame-duck governors This particular amendment may seem somewhat arcane and future makeup of the Florida Supreme Court and other lower courts. future, if not more so. The League of Women Voters of Florida Education Fund has created a fantastic resource for this years election, bereadytovote.org. The website includes a comprehensive, nonpartisan explanation of all the statewide races and constitutional amendments that will be on the Florida ballot this year. serious consequences for the future of Floridas environment and judicial system. Florida voters must have an opportunity to educate themselves about these important issues and make an informed choice.Other proposed state amendments deserve attention WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS Kristan Wiggins EDITOR Bakr Saliq Colleen Wright MANAGING EDITORS Elliot Levy OPINIONS EDITOR Joel Mendelsonopinions@alligator.org

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 7 What do women want? Its a question both women and men have been asking themselves for years. To some, the answer might be equal pay in comparison to male counterparts; to others, it might be control over reproductive health. However, this week, Jeopardy!, the popular Qand-A style game show whose run has spanned 50 tion that has been left unanswered for years. This past Monday, Jeopardy! included a catThe name of the category seemed innocent enough until the clues were read aloud. While the vaguely named category could have taken many forms, it caused nothing but controversy. Instead of taking a progressive look at women, the category deferred to female stereotypes, as if the year were still 1950. With answers like Some help around the house; would it kill you to get out the Bissell bagless canister one of these every once in a while? or A pair female viewers were absolutely offended. Sure, some women may want a new vacuum or time to relax and do a crossword, but to say that these are the only things women want is absurd. These answers put forth the idea that women are too simplistic and nave to want anything more than a pair of jeans, and even if they do want things like equality, it doesnt matter because vacuums are for women, and equality is for men. Jeopardy! not only generalized all women but also implied that the only thing women want (or should want) is to have a pleasant, domestic life and, of course, a nice pair of jeans. Never mind that 66 million women in the U.S. have fullor part-time jobs, or the fact that women make up 47 percent of the workforce. Women who viewed this episode of Jeopardy! quickly took to Twitter and started the hashtag #whatwomenwant to show that, despite what people may think, women want more than just vacuums. Women all over the U.S. called out the game show writers and let them know that they werent interested in just having time to relax and do some crossword puzzles. Bringing up issues like putting an end to rape culture, receiving equal pay and recognition of female efforts inside and outside the home, women were not shy about showing how disappointed they were with the category. One Twitter user even created her own parody question to show just how ridiculous the category shoes! What are outdated stereotypes? Even actress Sophia Bush commented on the show, saying Jeopardy, for a smart show you just got srsly stupid. As of Sunday, Jeopardy! has yet to respond to any of these comments. dy! to believe, women want more than time to do pilates or drink Sleepytime tea. The needs and desires of women are not the same as they were 60 years ago and have evolved to include more than just domestic matters. Jeopardy! missed the opportunity to make social commentary and bring attention to the real needs of women, but instead, chose to defer to stereotypes. are backtracking on all the progress feminist movements and women everywhere have made in the past several decades. Madeline Gallegos writes for the Rocky Mountain Collegian. This story originally appeared on UWire.Ill take stereotypes for 200, AlexUWireElection Day is quickly approaching. On Nov. 4, Florida voters will decide whether to enact Amendment 2: The Florida Right to Medical Marijuana Initiative. The initiatives passage allows for the medical use of marijuana, administration of marijuana by caregivers, recommendations by licensed physicians and the sale of marijuana by medical marijuana treatment centers. As discussed in last weeks column, Amendment 2 is ization of medical marijuana but disapprove of Amendment 2. This opinion is supported by the effects of medical marijuana legalization in California and by analyses of The way to determine the potential effects of Amendment 2 is not to simply hope its passage will turn out well. Instead, lets examine the effects of similar laws in other states. California passed a medical marijuana amendment similar to Amendment 2 in 1996. Greg Warmoth, a reporter for Orlandos Channel 9, investigated its effect on California in November 2013. medical marijuana after telling the doctor, a gynecologist who opened a pot doc shop on the side for extra money, that he had trouble sleeping. conditions outside of debilitating diseases as valid qualimedical marijuana for even small ailments like trouble sleeping. Because Californias and Floridas amendments are so similar, possession in Florida will be an easy process, and the amendments medical purposes may be abused for recreational uses. Furthermore, Amendment 2 gives the Florida Department of Health a large role in creating regulations related to medical marijuana. While it is reasonable to assume FDOH will supply ample regulation to close any loopholes allowing for misuse in the amendments text, the amendment does not commission FDOH to create regulations to its needed extent. Within Amendment 2s full text, FDOH is responsible creating standards of renewal for ID cards, creating health and safety standards for medical marijuana treatment centers and creating a regulation for how much marijuana can be purchased. FDOH is left with no responsibility to create standards for where one can smoke medical marijuana or where one can open a medical marijuana treatment center. Since there are no stipulations for the location of such treatment centers, a pot doc can open up shop next to a school or in a residential community. This, coupled with no regulation for where medical marijuana can be smoked, will create numerous problems. Comparing marijuana to products like alcohol and cigarettes is not a valid comparison because alcohol and cigarettes have regulations on where they can be sold and where one could drink or smoke. Medical marijuana would have neither of those regulations under Amendment 2. The issue of medical marijuana is personal for me. My mom has had chronic, progressive multiple sclerosis for more than 20 years. It is impossible for anyone who has disease causes. The effects of multiple sclerosis can be completely debilitating. I have seen my mother go from walking upright to using a walker to relying on a wheelchair. I have seen her body cripple and wither under the effects of this disease. I know the side effects of the countless medications she has used for treatment: sleepiness, fogginess, and in other cases, digestive and liver problems. itating disease. If Amendment 2 passes, my mom would be eligible to use medical marijuana for relief. As unusual as it is for me to consider my mother lighting up a blunt and taking a puff, if thats going to give her relief, I want her to get it. However, I cant support the legalization of medical marijuana just yet. Amendment 2 is simply too vague. If the amendment passes, legislation following it will be reactive instead of preventative. State lawmakers are going to be kicking themselves to push out new laws that will curve the unintended consequences of Amendment 2, like the ability for people to open a medical marijuana treatment center anywhere and the ability to smoke marijuana anywhere. Medical marijuana should be legal, and voters should be able to compassionately allow the choice for relief through medical marijuana. However, that choice should not come until a more revised and more restrictive form of Amendment 2 is proposed. Lindsay Alexander is a UF journalism sophomore. Her columns appear on Wednesdays.Fla. Amendment 2 medical marijuana regulations, restrictions just dont cut itColumn Lindsay Alexanderopinions@alligator.org

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8, ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014Gabriella Nicholas / Alligator StaffFairies and Gnomes and Fun Oh My!From left, Alachua County Library District staff Odette Henson, Kerry Dowd and Erin Phemester pose with participants at the Fairies and Gnomes and Fun Oh My! craft day Tuesday at the Headquarters Branch Library. DAMARIS LOPEZAlligator Contributing WriterThe Florida Gym will celebrate its 65th anniversary on Oct. 21 with a luncheon for staff, faculty and students. I was looking through some old papers and realized that this year would be the 65th anniversary, said Christine Coombes, director of communications for the College of Health and Human Performance, so I talked to the dean, and he thought it would be a good idea to celebrate. In addition to the luncheon, the college will host a birthday party-themed tailgate before the Florida versus Missouri game Oct. 18. Florida Gym courtyard bricks will also be on sale for a discounted price of $65 in honor of the 65-year mark. The tailgate will include a display of black and white photographs of the gym from the 50s around the courtyard. The dean of the college, Michael Reid, will also be saying a few words in honor of the anniversary, Coombes said. The Florida Gym was built in 1949 and has held several events since, including performances by Johnny Cash and speeches by John F. Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey and Lyndon B. Johnson, said Carl Van Ness, an archivist at UFs Smathers Library. The Florida Gym houses the College of Health and Human Performance, where 52 faculty members teach more than 1,900 students, according to the college press release. A lot of the things we do in the ODome today, we used to do at the Florida Gym back then, Van Ness said. Students can join the celebration by attending the tailgate at the Florida Gym courtyard at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 18.Florida Gym celebrates 65 yearsCAMPUS THE ASSOCIATED PRESSBurglar caught in the act offers to share heroin BILLINGS, Mont. Prosecutors in Montana said a man caught leaving a house he had apparently burglarized apologized to the homeowner and offered him some heroin. The Billings Gazette reported that Christopher Dayell Bittner made an initial court appearance Monday on felony burglary and drug possession charges. Authorities said the homeowner and his 7-year-old son came home as Bittner was leaving Saturday. Yellowstone County Attorney Paul Adam said Bittner apologized and offered the drug. He was found nearby, and court records said a search of his backpack turned up 31.5 grams of heroin, drug paraphernalia and items belonging to the homeowner. Public defender Roberta Drew asked that Bittner be released without bail because he wanted to attend his fathers funeral. Bail was set at $7,500, but Bittner was allowed to attend the service.Hunt on for 1.5-ton gargoyles missing from church out what happened to several 1.5-ton gargoyles from a Massachusetts church. scale replica of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris built in the 1980s. It now is owned by an Assembly of God congregation and is on the market for $2.5 million. The groups director told The Telegram & Gazette the 3,000-pound gargoyles were removed for safety reasons by a construction company that went out of business. The companys assets were sold at auction, and they fear the gargoyles were sold.News briefs: Man accused of burglary offers heroin as apology UF scholars to host discussion on Ebola virus in Pugh Hall today ITS AT 5:30 P.M. ASHLEIGH HICKSAlligator Contributing Writer UF scholars will come together at Pugh Hall to address Ebola virus concerns today. The panel discussion on the virus will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Ocora Room. The event, The West African Ebola Epidemic: A UF Faculty Discussion & Research Poster Session, will feature a panel of UF faculty who will discuss the disease and its sociocultural effects. UF professor Leonardo A. Villaln, dean of the International Center, will moderate the panel. The point is to sort of tap into our expertise here at UF about an issue that is a very key and current concern, Villaln said. The panel will include Dr. Paul Psychas from the UF Community Health and Family Medicine and Emerging Pathogens Institute and Sharon Abramowitz, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology and the Center for African Studies. Abramowitz said the crisis is not as detrimental as the media have led people to believe. We have a very robust health system and strong containment measures whenever they are activated, Abramowitz said. It would appear that the public health system is working very actively to prepare itself. The panel aims to address growing health concerns among Americans and within the campus community. The event will be followed by a research poster session presented by undergraduate students in the UF Ebola virus research group. Sponsors for the event include the Health in Africa Working Group at UFs Center for African Studies, the UF International Center Global Health Council and the Bob Graham Center for Public Service. I think the best strategy is to throw as many American resources as possible into containing it at the site where its most prevalent right now, and if we address the problem at its source, we wont have to worry about issues of a broader pandemic, Abramowitz said. We have a very robust health system and strong containment measures whenever they are activated.Sharon AbramowitzUF assistant professorGargoyles missing from church YOU CAN TAKE HOME A SPACE PLANT. CHLOE STRADINGERAlligator Contributing Writer The rivalry football game against Louisiana State University on Saturday might not be the scariest part of gameday for some Gator fans. Students and alumni attending the UF Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences TailGATOR event Saturday will get the chance to pet a tarantula in the Stephen C. OConnell Center. The 18th annual TailGATOR event hosted in partnership with the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences will also feature a student in a cockroach costume, baby alligators and take-home space plants. Curtis Smyder, the academic student services coordinator in the horticultural sciences department, said the event will have an interesting mix of attendees. Its a chance for the college to thank alumni, to show them what weve done in the past year and the changes were making and how were making an impact both in Florida and students lives, he said. Cathy Carr, director of alumni and career services of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, said 600 to 700 people are expected to attend the tailgate. Face painting, a barbecue and a silent auction, which raised about $3,300 for scholarships last year, are highlights of the annual event. About 35 interactive displays from IFAS-related organizations will educate and entertain attendees, she said. Its a great opportunity for students to interact with alumni and professionals who may be in their career area of interest, Carr said. TailGATOR starts three hours before kickoff, and advance tickets cost $12.50 or $15 at the door.Tarantulas and more at TailGATOR A lot of the things we do in the ODome today, we used to do at the Florida Gym back then.Carl Van NessUF archivistCarr

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 9 Kan Li / Alligator Staff WiredUF electrical engineering junior Lisdelys Garcia, 20, works on her LED circuit board for her class Tuesday night. PROCEEDS FROM THE BEER FEST WILL GO TO THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF ALACHUA COUNTY. MEGAN STENNESAlligator Contributing WriterIn a small building toward the back of Magnolia Parke, a new restaurant has something brewing. On Oct. 25, One Love Cafe is bringing Beer Fest to Gainesville. The cozy restaurant has been in operation for about a month and sits on a three-acre park. Tickets will be $25 in advance for the event and $35 at the door, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County. Guests will be provided a wristband, enabling them to sample about 40 to 80 types of beer and a handful of food items. The cafe will also be open, said Juli Denney, one of the co-owners of the cafe. Guests can choose to sit inside or take advantage of outdoor seating. Just outside of the restaurant is a large projector screen, where guests can watch NFL football games on Thursdays, and guests can watch college games on Fridays and Saturdays. I wanted them to have something like a beer fest because they have the space for it, said Joshua Lane, a regular at One Love Cafe. All of the cafes food is made in-house, Denney said, including the fresh ground-beef hamburgers and the sauces and dressings she prepares personally. I think that sets us apart because we make almost everything from scratch, Denney said. Vegan and vegetarian dishes are also available. Despite the name of the cafe, Denney said it does not serve Jamaican food or have any ties with the late Bob Marley. Instead, the name reads like the engraving on the inside of her and her husbands wedding rings One Love. Currently, the cafe is only open three days a week, Thursday through Saturday, but Denney said she plans to increase its hours once the restaurant has better stability. I try to make everything healthy and fresh, Denney said. Nothing is processed. Its American comfort food with a unique twist, and it still tastes good.New One Love Cafe to bring wide variety to Beer Fest in Gainesville I try to make everything healthy and fresh. Nothing is processed. Its American comfort food with a unique twist, and it still tastes good.Juli Denneyco-owner

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/CLASSIFIEDS Classifieds BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND Get that rent money rolling in. Place an ad in the Alligator Classifieds to get your place rented out. Call 373-FIND. SS & VA ARE WELCOME!Starting @ $375/BR All inclusive! Furnished Cable Internet Utilities www.campuswalk.co 352-337-9098 12-10-73-1 Windsor Park-3/3. 2nd fl, wash/dry. FM looking for 2 roommates. Own B/B, on bus stop near UF. Pool, hot tub, tennis, gym, $350/mo + 1/3 util. 407-810-3489 10-20-14-15-1 Empty Space? Find your next tenants in the Alligator Classifieds. Call 373-FIND to place your ad today! 2BR APT $475/mo 1BR apt $425/moSmall pet ok. 352-372-1201 or 352-213-3901 12-10-14-73-2 Deluxe, Large 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7BR apt/ house, 60 second walk to UF. Remodeled, Old House charm. Central AC, washer/dryer included. Wood floors. With Parking. By Private Owner. 352-538-2181 lv message 12-10-14-73-2 ELLIES HOUSES Quality single family homes. Walk or bike to UF. www.ellieshouses.com 352-215-4991 or 352-215-4990 12-10-14-168-2 MADISON ON 20th 1 & 2 BR AptsJust off SW 20th Ave & 34th St. 1BR/$475, 2BR/$595. free wi-fi in Phase I 335-7066, visit on Facebook or Twitter or at madisonon20th.com 12-10-14-73-2 Centerpoint 1220 NW 12 ST $460 1BR/1BA 530 SQ.FT. Bike to UF through-tree lined streets or ride the bus located one block away! No application fee, most pets ok. E.F.N. Properties, 352-371-3636 or www.efnproperties.com rentals@efnproperties.com 10-31-14-40-2 HIDDEN LAKELARGE 2/2 1000 SQ.FT. With Fenced Back Yard! REDUCED to $995! One Month Free!!! Cable/Internet Inc. 1015 NW 21st Ave. 352-374-3866 www.hiddenlaketcc.com 12-10-60-2 Townhome UF, Kensington South 301, 3901 SW 20th Ave. 1,176 sqft, 2br,2 1/2 bth, pets ok, Bus route, biking, Michel Realty (352) 374-8579 or 904 210-3077 10-21-14-20-22BR/2BA HOUSE + carport$775/mo 1103 NW 4th St. 32601. Available Now. Near UF. 352-278-4461 or 352-359-1644 10-31-1425-2 Dont get stuck with an extra rent payment. Advertise your subleases in the Alligator Classifieds and save yourself some cash. Call 373-FIND. 1/1 In 3/3 The Crossings. $399/Mo + utils. Across from Santa Fe College. D/W, W/D in unit. Full kitchen. Available now. Call 904782-3477 10-8-14-5-3 IVE HAD IT WITH YOUR LOUD MUSIC! Is your roommate driving you crazy? Find a replacement in the Alligator Classifieds! Room For Rent Private bath, screened porch, end unit (Rockwood Villas) $350/m, close to UF, I-75, shopping and bus; furnished, W/D, 904.874.5774 10-9-14-10-4 ROOMMATE NEEDED $500/moALL INCLUSIVE (rent, cable, elec & meals) Call Bobby 519-5976 10-14-10-4 2BR/2BA available in 4BR/4BA condo @ Countryside. $400 per month. Furnished. Utilities with cable and internet included. Has washer/dryer. Bus routes to 9, 35, 36. Call 786-385-2839. 10-14-14-5-4 Sell your house, condo, acreage, mobile home and much more in the ALLIGATOR CLASSIFIEDS! Reach thousands of possible buyers! Mastercard and Visa accepted over the phone, by fax, email or CHECK OUT PLACING YOUR AD THRU OUR ONLINE AT www.alligator.org. or please call 373Find (373-3463)NEW CONDOS-WALK TO UFFor Info on ALL Condos for Sale, Visit www.UFCONDOS.COM or Matt Price, University Realty, 352-281-3551 12-10-73-5 Got a new couch?. Sell your old one in the Alligator Classifieds. Call 373-FIND (3463) to place your ad today. BED QUEEN $120 ORTHOPEDIC Pillow-top, mattress & box. Name brand, new, still in plastic. Call 352-372-7490 can deliver. 12-10-73-6 BED FULL SIZE $100 ORTHOPEDIC Pillow-top mattress & box. New, unused, still in plastic w/warranty. Can deliver. Call 352377-9846 12-10-73-6 MICROFIBER SOFA & LOVESEAT $400 Brand new still packaged w/warranty. Must sell. Can deliver. Retail $1600. 352-3727490 12-10-73-6 BED KING $200 PILLOWTOP mattress & box springs. Orthopedic rated. Name brand, new, never been used, in plastic with warranty. Call 352-372-8588. Can deliver. 12-10-73-6 BEDROOM SET$300 BRAND NEW Still in boxes! 5 pieces include: Headboard, Nightstand, Dresser, Mirror, Chest. Must sell, can deliver. 352-377-9846. 12-10-73-6SAY:"I FOUND IT IN THE ALLIGATOR!" Selling computers, parts, or repair services or just looking for that new rig? Look in the Alligator Classifieds. Call 373-FIND for more information. COMPUTER & LAPTOP REPAIRS Network specialists We buy computers and laptops Working and Non-working 378-4009, 607 NW 13th Street 12-10-68-7 Sell your old stereo, cell phone, and more in the Electronics Section of the Alligator Classifieds. 373-FIND 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 NEED CASH? We'll buy or lend money on your bike. Best Jewelry and Loan Pawn Store 523 NW 3rd Ave 371-4367. www.BestJewelryandLoan.com FAST CASH FOR FAST TIMES! 10-31-23-9 UF Surplus On-Line Auctionsare underwaybikes, computers, furniture, vehicles & more. All individuals interested in bidding go to: SURPLUS.UFL.EDU 392-0370 12-10-14-72-10Goats for Sale & Horse Boarding 7 miles to UFCharlie 352-278-1925 12-10-73-10 New 2014 Homes for Sale For qualifying we need: 2 year tax returns 2 years employment As little as 550 credit score w/ $1500 down FREE Washer & Dryer With Any Purchase Hidden Oaks Manufactured Home Community Call Today 352-331-4400 EHO 10-20-20-10 SCIENCE FICTION: Can we genetically engineer our bodies and our ecosystem? We may have to. Would it work? WILDERNESS is a novel by Alan Kovski. Available via Amazon.com 11-10-25-10 SCIENCE FICTION: What if plagues were spreading? How would you know? Engineered plagues could take strange forms. WONDERS AND TRAGEDIES is a novel by Alan Kovski. 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We will newspaper uses great care in accepting or rejecting advertising according to its suitability, we cannot verify that all advertising claims or offers are completely valid in every case and, therefore, cannot assume any responsibility for any injury or loss arising from offers and acceptance of offers of goods and/or services through any advertising contained herein.In Person:Cash, Check, MC, or Visa 1105 W. University Ave. By E-mail :By Fax: (352) 376-3015 By Mail: Sorry, no cash by mail. MasterCard, Visa or checks only.By Phone: (352) 373-FIND When Will Your Ad Run? tion days later. Ads may run for any length of time and be cancelled at any time. Sorry, but there can be no refunds or credits for cancelled ads. Corrections and Cancellations: Cancellations: No refunds or credits can be given. Alligator errors: corrections before noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. 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ALLIGATOR SCOOTER REPAIRNew Scooters 4 Less has LOW repair rates! Will repair any make/model. Close to UF! Pick-ups avail. Cheap oil changes!! 336-1271 12-10-14-73-11 Road Rat Motors Largest Scooter Store in Town! Run by Gator Grads! New scooters starting at $999. 1-2yr warranties with roadside assistance includ ed. 376-6275 RoadRatMotors.com 12-1014-73-11 Road Rat Motors offers FREE pickup service for any paid scooter repair. LOWEST labor rate, quickest turnaround in town! Will repair ANY brand scooter. Free estimates. 376-6275. RoadRatMotors.com 12-10-1473-11 SCOOTER RENTALSRent for a day, week, month or semester. Now renting Buddy scooters too! 352-336-1271 www.gainesvillescooterrentals.com 12-10-14-73-11 Campus Scooters Mobile Sales and Scooter Service. We offer free estimates on all repairs and we come to you. 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This newspaper assumes no responsibility for injury or loss arising from contacts made through advertising. We suggest that any reader who responds to advertising use caution and investigate the sincerity of the advertiser before giving out personal information or arranging meetings or investing money. UF GRAD PAYS MOREfor gold jewelry, scrap gold, Rolex, diamonds, guitars, etc. Top $$$. Get my offer before you sell! Call Jim 376-8090 or 222-8090 12-10-73-13 The American Cancer Society Road to Recovery Volunteers Needed!VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDEDto transport cancer patients to treatment. Flexible schedule. Training and liability insurance provided. Please call 352-240-5062 if interested. St. Francis House is a homeless shelter and soup kitchen located in downtown Gainesville, and we are looking for help from volunteers like you. St. Francis House depends on monetary support from individual donors and community businesses in order to help feed the homeless and the hungry.If you are interested in volunteering,please contact Candice Jones at (352) 378-9079 or sfhcoor@stfrancis.cfcoxmail.comTo make a donation by mail,please send checks payable to St. Francis House P.O. Box 12491 Gainesville, FL 32604 CASH PAID $300 AND UP!!!ANY CONDITION-RUNNING OR NOT!!! FREE TOWING & SAME DAY PICK-UP NO TITLE NEEDED CALL 352-259-2020 12-10-14-73-12 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED I AM BLIND & WOULD LIKE HELP WITH: Rides to church: Mass at Queen of Peace. Learning to rake knit hats to send to Haiti & other places. Call 352-219-6948 10-17-14-73-13 This newspaper assumes no responsibility for injury or loss arising from contacts made through advertising. We suggest that any reader who responds to advertising use caution and investigate the sincerity of the advertiser before giving out personal information or arranging meetings or investing money. Now you can easily submit your classified adfor print and/or web editionsright thru our website!Just go to www.alligator.org/classifiedsVisa and Mastercard accepted. Daytime Advertising ProductionThe Independent Florida Alligator Advertising Production Department is accepting student applications. Duties include graphic design and organizational layout. Will train, but experience with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator is preferred. Friendly work environment, flexible schedule, with hours between 9 am 5 pm M-F. Must be enrolled in classes. A one-year commitment is expected. Fill out an application at the front desk of The Alligator, 1105 W University Ave, M-F 9 am 5 pm. No phone calls, please. Include available work schedule and references. 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12, ALLIGATOR SBSG is a financial transcription company offering part-time work. Create your own schedule Competitive Production-Based Pay Close to campus! Must be able to touch-type 65wpm Apply Online: www.sbsgnv.com 12-3-14151-14 Don't forget to tell them:"I found it in The Alligator!" Admin Asst Needed:10-15 hrs/week. Must have reliable transportation, be honest, organized, intelligent, and a team player. Computer skills required. Email resume to info@fratmgmt.com $8/hr start pay 10-10-14-7-14 Looking for bright, outgoing, male, college student. Good driver. To work with 9th grade male student. Must be excellent in math, science, writing, etc. Athletic exp helpful. $10/ hr. Call 352-231-2807 10-9-14-5-14 Need a psych major to do part-time office work at a mental health clinic. Research experience preferred. $10 $12 per hour. 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Please send resume to loki335d@gmail.com. 10-13-144-14 Help Wanted: a companion for elderly lady capable of caring for self. 3 days a week, 3 hours per day: 3 6pm. Home 8 miles from campus. Call 352-466-7027 Gator Grad 10-13-14-4-14 Do you have a business that provides a service? Place your ad in the Services Section of the Alligator Classifieds for as little as $2.50 per day. Call us at 373-FIND. Want to be a CNA, phlebotomist or pharm tech? Express Training offers courses, days, eve, weekend. All classes live, no videos. Call 352-338-1193 or expresstrainingservices.com 12-10-14-73-15 PERSONAL TRAINING 300 Personal and Group Training Flexible Scheduling Exclusive Facility Call for a free workout 339-2199 12-10-73-15 Now you can easily submit your classified adfor print and/or web editionsright thru our website! Just go to www.alligator.org/classifiedsVisa and Mastercard accepted. NEED A LAWYER?SiddiquiLegal.com Private Experienced Affordable 12-10-1473-15 Want to be a CNA? 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Your roommate hasnt done the dishes in How long?! Find a better dishwasher in the Get the party started! Place your Entertainment classified today to get people up and about. Call 373-FIND. KAYAKCEDARKEYS.COM$20/ 3 hour rentals on the Cedar Key Beach. Follow the Gator Trail (SR 24 West to Cedar Key) Call for reservations 352-543-9447 12-10-14-73-21 Your roommate hasnt done the dishes in How long?! Find a better dishwasher in the Trying to get to and from somewhere? Want to cut back on that gas bill? Place an ad in the classifieds to find trip arrangements or show off your bus and shuttle service. 373FIND Furry, feathery, scaly...no, not your roommate...pets. Find or advertise your pets or pet products here in the Pets section of the Alligator. Finders Keepers? If you find something, you can place a FREE FOUND AD in our lost & found section. Be kind to someone whos lost what youve found. Call 373-FIND.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG Maria Torres looks to build on her freshmanfall tournament. Read the story on Page 14.UF Volleyball still in top 10After winning two road matches this weekend, the Florida volleyball team remained at No. 9 in the AVCA poll, which was released on Monday.Florida soccer cracks top 5The UF soccer team moved up one spot to No. 5 in the NSCAA poll, released on Tuesday. Florida swept its two road matches this weekend, defeating Texas A&M 1-0 on Friday and Arkansas 3-1 on Sunday. MELISSA MIHM and JORDAN MCPHERSONAlligator Staff WritersThe same day news broke about the Treon Harris sexual assault allegations, two UF football players quarterback Skyler Mornhinweg and defensive linea pair of cleats. broken up before law enforcement arrived. spoke with defensive backs coach Trathe team would deal with the issue internally, a report said. Mornhinweg in one of the stadium training rooms, they noticed small lacerations on Mornhinwegs lower lip, according to the report. Mornhinweg escalated when he approached Willis about a pair of missing football cleats. Mornhinweg told Willis he found his missing pair of cleats in Willis locker, but Willis told Mornhinweg he grabbed the cleats in a rush to get to practice, according to the report. Willis was unavailable for comment Monday, but contact was made with eating dinner outside of the stadium before Mornhinweg approached him. The two exchanged words before Willis pushed Mornhinweg. He said Mornhinweg then struck him on the chin before he punched Mornhinweg in the face. A small cut was visible on Willis chin, police said. Mornhinweg was taken to UF Health Shands Emergency Room for the cuts on his lip. Willis did not need medical attention, according to the report. Neither party wished to press charges. They were both referred to Student Based upon the complaint withdrawals, there will be no criminal charges on either individual, said UPD nal three games last season following Driskel and then second-stringer Tyler Murphy, who transferred to Boston College after the season ended. The Philadelphia native threw for 344 yards, three touchdowns and one interception on a 69.8-percent completion rate in those three games losses to South Carolina, Georgia Southern and Florida State. With backup quarterback Treon an accused sexual assault early Sunday morning on UFs campus, Mornhinweg is expected to be Driskels backup when UF (3-1, 2-1 Southeastern Conference) faces LSU (4-2, 0-2 SEC) on SatStadium. Will Grier (back spasms) a was cleared to practice this week but has sat out the past two weeks. Orleans, has seen limited action so far in his true freshman season but showed off his athleticism during training camp. The 6-foot-2, 255-pound defensive lineman has played in two games in his freshman season (Eastern Michigan and Tennessee), recording four total tackles, a half tackle for loss and one quarterback hurry. Florida football coach Will Muschamp is scheduled to speak with mepension today. He will be live on the SEC teleconference at 11:20 a.m. and then will speak with local reporters at 11:30 a.m.Alligator File PhotoUF quarterback Skyler Mornhinweg (17) attempts a pass during Floridas 37-7 loss to Florida State on Nov. Mornhinweg, Willis fight over cleats JORDAN MCPHERSONAlligator Staff Writer@J_McPherson1126Even in the midst of backup quarterback Treon Harris being accused of sexual assault against a UF student on Sunday morning, as well as reserve quarterback Skyler ing over a pair of cleats on Monday, Florida still has a football game against LSU to worry about this week. Here their game against the Tigers on Saturday night at Ben 1.) Florida needs to run the ball and run it a lot: The Tigers are ranked dead last in the Southeastern Conference in run defense, giving up an average of 184.3 yards on the ground per game. LSU has surrendered 600 rushing yards in its two SEC games losses to Mississippi State and Auburn. While Florida fans want to see the excitement in the offense that comes with the passing game, this who already has two games with at least 100 rushing yards to have another breakout performance and for sophomore Kelvin Taylor to come out of his early-season slump. 2.) The Gators have to stop the Tigers run game: LSU is arguably as deep at running back as any team in the SEC. The Tigers have utilized a four-headed Kenny Hilliard, Darrel Williams and Terrence Magee. All four have at least 37 rushing attempts and 167 yards this season and have accounted for 13 of LSUs 27 touchdowns on offense. But in LSUs three games against teams with top25 run defenses this year (Wisconsin, 22nd; Mississippi State, 11th; Auburn, 13th), the Tigers have been The Gators come into the game with the 15th best ing yards per game. Outside of its 42-21 loss to Alabama, during which the Crimson Tide tallied 223 yards rushing alone, Floridas opponents have been held to no more than 81 yards on the ground each game. 3.) Dural has to be contained: Travin Dural has excelled early on in his third year with LSU. After Five points: What UF needs against LSUAIR JORDANSEE COLUMN, PAGE 15 Jordan McPhersontwitter: @J_McPherson1126

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SHE DID NOT COMPETE IN UFS FIRST TOURNAMENT THIS FALL. LUIS TORRESAlligator Writer@LFTorresIIIAfter not being able to compete in the opening tournament of the season, sophomore Maria Torres is ready to begin her second year for the womens golf team as it prepares for the Tar Heel Invitational in Chapel Hill, N.C. Torres is coming off a freshman campaign in which she was named to the 2014 Southeastern Conference All-Freshman team. She was also named the SEC Freshman of the Week following her performance at the Allstate Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. which were both second on the team. Even though Torres collected son, she worked over the summer to improve all aspects of her game. I was working with my swing coach and working with all of my team back home, working on every aspect, so I can get better and my mental aspect and trying to be physically ready for everything, Torres said. The Puerto Rico native competed at the World Amateur Team Championships held in Karuizawa, Japan. Torres, along with junior Ursa Orehek and sophomore Karolina Vlckova, were three players from the team who competed in Japan. Torres was the best player 3-over-par in the tournament. The experience of competing with players from around the world is something Torres was excited about. Its amazing, you representing your country is a great thing, its a good feeling, Torres said. All the best players in the world are competing and it makes you feel good, in a sense that youre part of that tournament. Not being able to compete at the Cougar Classic was hard for Torres as she wasnt able to lend a helping hand for the team, but shes looking forward to helping out the team as they head to UNC. Continue reading this story online at alligatorSports.org. 14, ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 Alligator File PhotoMaria Torres hits the ball during the SunTrust Gator Womens Golf Invitational on March 15. Torres BEN MURPHYAlligator Writer@B_murph4Florida freshman Lauren Brasure hasnt wasted any time bursting onto the 2014 cross country scene. cant impact for the Gators this weekend at the Paul Short Run at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. Lauren landed the top freshman spot at running an all-time Florida freshman best Brasures 6k time also puts her ninth in school history. As a team, the Gators meet, the highest placing of the four Southeastern Conference schools that competed in the race on Saturday. For the second time in three weeks Brasure was announced as the SEC Womens Freshman Runner of the Week after posting the SECs second-fastest 6K time this season. the honor since Julie Macedo in 2012. Brasure is no stranger to prestigious accolades as she was named the state of Michigans Ms. Cross Country in her senior season back in 2013. Brasure and the rest of the womens team will be back in action on Oct. 17 at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational.She has UFs ninth-best 6k ever UF Cross Countr y

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 15Secondary needs to contain Travin Dural, third down will be major factorrecording 7 catches for 145 yards and two touchdowns in 2013, the redshirt sophomore wide receiver leads the Tigers with 574 receiving yards, which is second only to Alabamas Amari Cooper in the SEC. Floridas secondary, which limited Tennessee to just 205 yards through the air on Saturday, will need to do more of the same against LSU. The combination of Vernon Hargreaves III and Jalen Tabor on the outside need to contain the vertical game like they did against the Volunteers, and the Gators need to improve in slot coverage. 4.) Third downs will be crucial: One game after converting just two third downs in Tuscaloosa, Ala., Florida improved on its third-down offense against Tennessee on Saturday, converting 35-percent of its attempts. UF will need to continue moving the chains on third down and maintain drives against the Tigers. sustained 12 drives of at least 50 yards. In the two games since, Floridas longest drive went for 49 yards, a drive against Tennessee that set up Austin Hardins game-winLSU is seventh in the SEC in opponents third-down conversion (30.2 percent), so if Florida wants a chance to revitalize its up-tempo offense that seems to have been lost as of late, now would be the time to see how it fares. That success will rely, in part, on the Gators receivers improving against the Tigers. Between overthrown passes by Driskel and dropped balls by the receivers themselves, the connection needs to start happening. four total receptions against Alabama and Tennessee. Those low totals cant continue if Florida wants success. 5.) The pass rush needs to keep its momentum from the Tennessee game going: UF found life on its defensive line against Tennessee. Heading into Knoxville, Tenn., Floridas defense had But after facing the Volunteers, the Gators sack total doubled. Redshirt sophomore Bryan Cox Jr. set the pace for the defensive line, tallying a career-high three sacks Florida put constant pressure on UT quarterback Justin Worley, and the six sacks tied for the most UF had in a single game since Will Muschamp took the programs helm in 2011. The last time it happened? Floridas 24-17 win against Ohio State in the Gator Bowl the Muschamp era. COLUMN, from page 13COLLEGE FOOTBALL MORGAN MORIARTYAlligator Staff Writer@Morgan_Moriarty 10 teams fell, including Oregon, Alabama, Oklahoma, UCLA and Texas A&M. Saturday also gave one of the greatest day in sports history in the state of Mississippi with No. 11 Ole Miss defeating No. 3 Alabama and No. 12 Mississippi States 48-31 rout college football fans, week seven has games you wont want to miss. Texas vs No. 11 Oklahoma, Noon, ABC The Red River Rivalry has lost a little bit of its luster thanks to the Longhorns struggling to catch a break this season, but keep in mind an unranked Texas surprised everyone last season and beat the thenOU is coming off a tough road loss to TCU, which could make the Longhorns fall victim to a rebound beat down. No. 13 Georgia @ No. 23 Missouri, Noon, CBS Although all the talk in the Southeastern Conference is about the Western division, this weeks matchup could be pivotal to the SEC East race. Missouri leads the East standings, but running back Todd Gurley comes to town with more than 700 yards rushing and eight touchdowns, as well as the best chances to win the Heisman Trophy with his odds at 8/5. No. 2 Auburn @ No. 3 Mississippi State, 3:30pm, CBS This matchup features one of the best quarterback battles well see all season with Auburns Nick Marshall and Mississippi States Dak Both are dual threat guys, but over 1,200 yards passing and 13 touchdowns on the season. Mississippi States defense was impressive against Heisman hopeful Kenny Hill by sacking him four times. Both these western teams are undefeated, but Mississippi State could get the edge by having back-to-back home lege GameDay will be in Starkville, history. No. 9 TCU @ No. 5 Baylor, 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2 This ones a huge Big 12 matchup that additionally has major college football playoff implications. TCU is coming off of an upset victory over Oklahoma but travels to Waco, Texas, to take on Baylor which boasts the countrys second ranked total offense. Whichever team wins this matchup could very likely end up winning the conference, and if the winner runs the table they could come December. No. 12 Oregon @ No. 18 UCLA, 3:30pm, FOX This game would have been the marquee matchup of the weekend. That was before both Oregon and UCLA lost to unranked teams last 12 game, but will affect who makes it to the title game if we have a tiebreaker situation in either divisions. Whichever teams quarterback has the better day between Oregons Marcus Mariota or UCLAs Brett Hundley should get the edge on Saturday. No. 7 Alabama @ Arkansas, 6pm, ESPN The Crimson Tide are usually a force to be reckoned with after a loss, but if they dwell too much on the loss against Ole Miss, Arkansas could catch them by surprise. If Bret Bielema could pull off the upset and Tide, it would without a doubt be his biggest win of his career. No. 3 Ole Miss @ No. 14 Texas A&M, 9pm, ESPN Hugh Freeze is coming off of the biggest win of his career after upsetting Alabama, but the Rebels have a big test on Saturday night in College Station, Texas. Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace put together the gamewinning drive to put the Rebels on top of Bama late in the fourth quarter, but he gets to meet explosive Aggie linebacker Myles Garrett, who already has six solo sacks, a number good for sixth in the country. The Rebel defense isnt without has ten interceptions and ranks secdefense.UGA-Mizzou, Auburn-Mississippi State highlight Week 7 matchups Rachel Crosby / Alligator StaffQuinton Dunbar (1) runs a route during Floridas 10-9 win against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium. Alligator Staff

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AARON FRIEDLANDAlligator Writer@aafriedlandFollowing the Florida men and women swimming and divhas a better grasp on the talent he both the men and the women preit was good to see that the womOn the other side, the mens team looked sharp in its opening as strong as the womens meet, being there wasnt someone to Freshman Caeleb Dressel and sions to this point and showing a ALLIGATOR SWIMMINGUF looking to continue momentum heading into LSU dual meetMegan Reeves / Alligator StaffFreshman Caeleb Dressel jumps into the OConnell Center pool during the 200-yard breaststroke event during Day 3 of the Pinch A Penny Invitational on Sunday.