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The Independent Florida alligator

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The Independent Florida alligator
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Florida allgator
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Alligator
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Vol. 65, no. 75 (Feb. 1, 1973)-
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We Inform. You Decide.www.alligator.orgNot officially associated with the University of Florida THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 VOLUME 112 ISSUE 99Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida COME C HEC K OUT OUR PREVIEW SPEC IALS WHILE THEY LAST! OVER SIZED KITCHENS WITH GRANITE COUNTER TOPS AND STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES! 3,100 SQUARE FOOT T O WN HO MES COMPLETE WITH A GARAGE AND HALF BATHROOM! C OME FLOAT WITH US AT THE O N LY LAZ Y R IVER IN G AINESVILLE! 3718 SW 24TH A VE., GAINESVILLE, FL 32607 / THERIDG E F L.C OM / (352) 792-0102 Davio Rodriguez / Alligator Staff A SIX-WEEK STUDY WAS By Gillian SweeneyAlligator Staff Writer @gilliangsweeney gsweeney@alligator.orgLibrary West to cease 24/7 status in fallGainesville celebrates Independence Day

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Todays WeatherVOLUME 112 ISSUE 99 Subscription Rate: Full Year (All Semesters) $100The Alligator The Alligator The Independent Florida Alligator The Alligator The Alligator The Alligator ISSN 0889-2423AM NOON PM 2 ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 90 VOLUME 112 ISSUE 99NEWSROOM Editor Engagement Managing Editor University Editor Metro Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Editorial Board Photo Editor the Avenue Editor Copy Desk Chief Copy Editors DISPLAY ADVERTISING Advertising Director Intern Coordinator Sales Representatives CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BUSINESS Administrative Assistant Comptroller Bookkeeper ADMINISTRATION General Manager Assistant General Manager Administrative Assistant President Emeritus SYSTEMS IT System EngineerPRODUCTION Production Manager Assistant Production Manager Advertising Production Staff Editorial Production Staff The Board of Directors of Campus Communications, Inc., publisher ofEditora paid position as head of the Editorial Division and as an unpaid member of the Board of DirectorsEngagement Managing Editor and Digital Managing Editorpaid positions and unpaid members of the Board of Directors. each weekday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. from now until Tuesday, July 10. Look for the Alligator sign located in the lobby. Further written information is available at the 15 minutes at that time to read information regarding the application process. The application must be returned to The Alligator by Thursday, July 12 at 4 p.m. THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE DEADLINE. Interviews and selections by the Board of Directors will be held at Friday July 27 at 10 a.m. Applicants must be present at that meeting to be considered. Applicants must be degree-seeking college or university students. Preference will be given to those who have experience with The Independent Florida Alligator. Campus Communications, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer andannounces the opening of the following positions for the fall semester: GATORFeed Meme of the Week Tweet of the Week

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THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 ALLIGATOR 3 Residents spend patriotic evening on Flavet FieldAbove: 37-year-old Matt Kron plays with his two sons, 5-year-old Eric (left) and 1-yearold Robbie (center).Top Left: Nine-year-old Mike takes a seat during the national anthem.Left: Buddy, a 2-year-old Shetland sheepdog, lounges at the event with his owner, Aaron Frankel (not pictured).Photos by Davio RodriguezAvenue Staff

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4 ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 Welcome Back EditionFall 2018Advertise in theRUN DATE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22 FINAL DEADLINE FRIDAY, AUGUST 10Save 5% on your advertisement Contact your sales rep today and let incoming students know youre ready for business in the Welcome Back Edition!CALL TODAY 352.376.4482advertising@alligator.org NEW STUDENT Advertise in theEDITION 2018RUN DATE: August 15th 2018 DEADLINES:June 8th (save 10%) July 7th (save 7%) Aug 3rd (save 5%)Contact your sales rep today and let incoming students know youre ready for business in the New Student Edition!CALL TODAY 352.376.4482 advertising@alligator.org By Devoun CetouteAlligator Staff WriterWhen a man allegedly broke into a Gainesville home Monday, he was confronted by a young resident wielding nothing but a Norman Reid, 52, was arrested by Gainesville Police and charged with burglary of an occupied dwelling and grand theft from from the mothers jewelry box in her closet, Reid walked into a home through the unvictim was in his room when Reid entered the When the boy heard the sounds of drawers and doors opening and closing in his mothers bedroom, he armed himself with a guitar and Reid then reportedly walked into the victims room and was confronted by the boy, He backed up and told the boy that it was a misunderstanding and he thought he knew home through the front door and was stopped Reid remained in Alachua County Jail on @devoun_cetoute dcetoute@alligator.orgGuitar hero: Young boy defends home against burglary By Michael KnauffAlligator Contributing WriterCrop-damaging parasites have invaded Floridas hops industry, but UF scientists are working on a Nematologist Johan Desaeger said the root-knot nematode is causing issues for hops growers by yellow to green and have stunted problems Desaeger has ever seen in and a stabilizer in the brewing proeven zesty taste to beers, such as in After noticing the crops yellowing and stunted growth, he checked the plants root systems and found numerous sores on them, a tell-tale sign that the root-knot nematode scopic creature about half a millimeFloridas sandy soil creates an ideal living condition for the nematode, and because the temperature in Florida is warm year-round, there arent enough cold spells to periodiBecause there isnt a way to fully get rid of the parasite, they can only arent a problem is eradicating the worms beforehand by fumigating the soil and spraying pesticides on Along with Desaeger, professor Zhanao Deng and assistant professor Shinsuke Agehara are also working on growing hops in the Gulf Coast Research and EducaHops are a relatively new crop to Florida, as the climate of the state Florida is to possibly be able to get two harvests a year, one in June has steadily increased over the past Cascade hops have grown best, protall poles were placed above the of daylight to grow at peak perforida isnt the best state for growing hour days states like Washington said theyve been receiving support gar City Brewing and 3 Daughters Gainesville breweries involved in Cypress & Grove Brewing Commarketing director at Swamp Head Brewery Brandon Nappy said both isnt up to par with those in the northwestern part of the country, ery uses a large number of hops in brewing, and the amount grown in Florida at this time is not enough to Nappy said he was unaware of the issue hop farmers in the state are facing and has not spoken with brewery has used Florida-grown hops before but only in novelty Weve used them in the past, Nappy said, and would love to UF researchers work to save hopsCourtesy to The AlligatorProfessor Zhanao Deng and a pair of UF researchers are working on methods of eradicating pests feeding on Florida-grown hops.

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THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 ALLIGATOR 5 TM rfn tbtrb trr By Jessica CurbeloAlligator Staff Writer @jesscurbelo jcurbelo@alligator.orgGainesville resident arrested at protest feared deportation By Ethan HughesAlligator Contributing Writer University of Chicago nixes, UF keeps standardized testing

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Editorial Column Half of dealing with a disability is the feedbackJust like theres sexism, racism, cisgenderism, anti-Semitism or ethnocentrism, theres ableism. discrimination against people with disabilities. No one should feel less than for being who they are. No form of discrimination is OK. However, in any case, discrimination can be accidental or well-intentioned, but also from a place of hatred or misunderstanding. I can write about ableism from my experience, but what I feel might be different from someone else who has a disability. Some people even prefer not to use the word disability. Its about identity and experience, but its more than that, too. Its something that is omnipresent, even though you might not realize it. It can be the way a building is created, how transportation runs, how the media tells stories, stereotypes or even pity. It can be inherent in jobs themselves and show in vocabulary or handicaps in an environment. A disability can be apparent or not show at all. I dont wear a sticker on my head that says Disabled, I could use a seat at the front of the bus. Sometimes, I feel obligated to be OK, to not be sick. There are buildings or spaces at UF that offer assistance to the disabled but actually do the opposite. It can be a broken elevator, an uneven sidewalk for people who need to use a wheelchair or it can be in the way classrooms are set up. For me, it can be distrust in the faces of professors when I say Im sick or my own pressure on myself, possibly because of the way society is set up: not wanting to feel called out, different or a burden. Sometimes, I wont use an accommodation because of guilt. People are not their difference. They are not victims or labels. In my case, I am not a ulcerative colitis student. Im a student who happens to have colitis, along with other new diagnoses Im working through. And just because someone has the same diagnosis does not necessarily mean they identify as disabled or want pity or help. How I live my day is my normal, but there are obstacles. It can be in the classroom, my dorm or just in my different capabilities. Ive lived as abled and disabled since I got sick with a chronic illness around the age of 12. I can see and feel the differences in my day-to-day life. In the past, Ive had teachers essentially blackmail me out of using my aids. For instance, I need access to the bathroom, but one teacher would give a grade based on if you left the classroom. Others would say, Are you sure you need this accommodation? It can be saying Im sorry for someone existing as they are with a disability. Sorry for being sick, for being who I am. I personally understand, but it can be hurtful to some people. Whats most hurtful for me is misunderstanding, even from Again, it all depends on the person and what terms or treatment they prefer. I dont want pity or special applause for doing the same things as everyone else. I hope the takeaway of this is that disability isnt just a wheelchair. It can be mental illness, a learning disability, a physical illness, being blind or deaf and even more. Ableism is pervasive. But, like I said in my last column, inclusion and diversity are more than a check mark. Its about making sure people are heard and that needs are met with proper accommodations. It goes beyond a sign or awareness. No one should be called out or treated differently because they have different needs or because their needs must be met in a different way. I think the world needs more understanding in daily life, school, work, public spaces, the way stories are told and even in the way some doctors do their jobs. In my writing, I hope to be a part of this change. Sophie Feinberg is a UF journalism junior. Her column comes out Tuesday and Thursday.THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 www.alligator.org/opinions Your pets have been cowering in fear ever since the rockets red glare roared over Gainesville last night. You debate the best cure for your headache and tired eyes. You could do brunch and try to keep the patriotism going by chugging cheap champagne and orange juice. You could betray your headache and quivering belly by downing some eggs Benedict Arnold. But this is America. And like Childish Gambino, you plan to ride this wave of uncomfortable feelings with blunt ferociousness and embrace the pain of what it means to be an American in distress. You summon the strength of our forefathers and prepare to face the day armed with nothing but the spirit of Americana andDARTS AND LAURELSMorgan McMullen EDITOR Bailey LeFever MANAGING EDITOR Sarah Stanley UNIVERSITY EDITOR Baylie Cainas METRO EDITORSophie Feinbergopinions@alligator.org America the beautiful? We think not! With clouds overhead and soggy hamburger buns, we here at The Alligator award Gainesville weather a dart for ruining our respective pool days and barbeques. The Fourth of July is meant to be spent outside, not awkwardly standing under the only shelter at an apartment complex pool. This is unacceptable. Inclement weather is especially a buzzkill with a 5 p.m. staff meeting on the schedule. The rain wiped out The Alligator staffs chances of a good time before our night of copy editing and tweaking layout. Pity that! So we assign a dart to staff meetings, this one goes for all types of weather. In all types of weather, we have no choice but to stick together. On that note, we award a well-earned laurel to the service industry this Fourth of July. Serving up Belgian-owned Bud Light to ignorant but well-meaning patriots isnt exyou for doing what youve gotta do. In fact, what you accomplished last night is the epitome of America: hocking off a foreign product that has an American appeal to rubes that dont know any better. Were also not shy about bequeathing a laurel to the City of Alachua for hosting what it calls The Largest Small Town Fireworks Display in America. The event is the catalyst for those same rubes occupying local bars and restaurants well into the night and spending their hard-earned dollars to support local businesses. The spirit of America can be summed up by a general distrust of the government. King George III knew this quite well, what with ticking off half of the colonial population by withholding elected representation. Much of the news of the British Parliament came either from royal decrees from His Majesty or from proclamations from regional governors. But this past Tuesday as he has done on countless other Tuesdays frequent The Alligator columnist Zachariah Chou streamed the Student Government Senate meeting. Its a noble endeavor and well worth tuning into whenever he goes live. You can follow along with him on his Facebook page weekly. laurel of the week for trying to introduce some modicum of transparency within an organization that has had its issues with trust among the student population.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 326042257.Columns of about 450 words about original topics and editorial cartoons are also welcome. Questions? Call 352-376-4458.The views expressed here are not necessarily those of The Alligator.

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THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 ALLIGATOR 7 Support the Red Cross Services to Armed Forces and change a life, starting with your own. Call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit redcross.org I have recently come across a community of people who have a unique view about diets and veganism. These people believe that consuming a more environment and our bodies, but they are open to making exceptions in times of inconvenience. We all know that animal agriculture is one of the worst contributors of methane into our atmosphere. Not only do animals omit natural gases but the process of maintaining them, processing them and transporting them uses a lot of fossil fuels. Veganism is a growing response to this threat to our environment Vegetarian Times reports that more than 1 million Americans are vegan. But what happens when you slip up or cheat? As humans, we are obsessed with perfection. We look for clear-cut little meat, we want to go all the way and become vegan just so we can characterize ourselves easier. The truth is, you dont have to be a vegan to reduce the amount of meat you eat. Choose to beFlexitarians are those who stick to a mostly ibility in their lifestyle. A reducetarian is someone who commits to just eating less meat. Americans consume more meat than most cultures (270 pounds per person per year), so reducing our intake Preserving the environment and keeping your body healthy arent the only reasons to conVegans are some of the most creative people in the food industry as of late. Their meals are full of color and successfully attempt to mimic non-vegan foods. A trip to any major foodie city in the U.S. right now will reveal our growing fasrants serving sofritas, vegan burgers and dairy-free ice cream. Many vegans suppleing sauces and combinations. This attenrestaurants are missing. animal food products on the environment or our bodies, start with a less severe form reducetarian. Dont buy into the millennial agenda that you must be a full-on vegan or vegetarian in order to reduce your carbon footprint. Layla Soboh is a UF advertising junior. Her column comes out Tuesday and Thursday.Hi there! Are you interested in Stuing at our board and have mentalYes? Fantastic! plaining the equivalent of 20 student organizations in three minutes, but here goes. SG is pretty rad, here at UF. We have three branches like the federal government and a $21 million budget. Yes, parent and lion. We actually just got an increase in our budget, so we can truthfully round the number up from $20.8 million, but dont ask me why the tabling board says $25 milHere we have the executive branch, ed, and everyone else is appointed so there are a lot of opportunities for you to get executive liaisons who are appointed every Spring to serve as experts in their subject area and report directly to Student Body We also have agencies, which are kind of like large organizations with the executive branch does can be summed up as programming and projects. You have Accent Speakers Bureau, which brings in speaking talent. You have Action SG, which focuses on communications through running our Facebook page and making promo videos. We have Chomp the Vote, which registers voters. take this moment to hand you a card with an actually good description of all the different agencies there. There are also cabinets. Reporting to David, the Student Body vice president, life. Generally smaller than agencies, cabinets put on programming relating to their subject area. They also co-program with or co-sponsor student organizations in order to make sure they have the resources to put on large-scale events. Check the website for more information on cabinets. net is kind of like its own organization, with their own head/ chairs, vice chairs/directors and year student, come in. We dont typically say no to free labor! Later in the Summer, applicaus on Facebook (UF Student updated! our Facebook page, its time for me to explain the legislative branch. There are 100 senators: 50 based off of where you live the Fall, 50 Student Senate seat are up for grabs, with one for each residence hall or around UF with respect to each districts up for grabs based off of your credits or credits, you can run for a freshman seat. goes by college (and college population) with some seats for graduate students and professional schools. One committee in the Senate hashes together the $21 million budget, the full Senate votes on it and for the rest of the year, we engage in advocacy Theres also a judicial branch, but to be on the Supreme Court, you need to be ments (so maybe give it a couple of years if thats your thing). We also have a Supervithats the place for you. simple. Questions, comments or concerns? Zachariah Chou is a UF political science junior and Murphree Area senator. His column focuses on Student Government.If you cant be a vegan, you should think about being a vegan ally The Student Government spiel you missed at PreviewColumn Column Layla Sobohopinions@alligator.org Zachariah Chouopinions@alligator.org

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THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 www.alligator.org/the_avenue Keep up with the Avenue on Twitter. Tweet us @TheAlligator. Series review of the week: Flip over to page 9 to read The Avenues review of Hulus The Looming Tower. immigrants, by immigrants on page 10.By Gregory FlorezAvenue Writer Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Time for extinction? Universal Studios By Emma WitmerAvenue Editor Eclectic Electric says Aloha! with a Friday night luau By Emma McAvoyAvenue Writer LOCAL

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THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 ALLIGATOR 9 HAPPY HOUR EVERY DAY 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. $4 Martinis on Wednesdays Visit us for the finest in pan asian faire. Aged angus, fresh sushi and an atmosphere that will keep you coming back for more!LUNCHTu Fri 11:30 3 p.m. Sun 12 p.m. 3 p.m.DINNERSun Thu 5 10 p.m. Fri Sat 5 11 p.m. By Tranelle ManerAvenue WriterIt was a day that changed America forever, and this show does a great job of coming at it from a new angle. One of Hulus most recent original shows, called The Looming Tower, equally places viewers in 1998 and 2004, both before and after Sept. 11, 2001. The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the rence Wright that was released in 2006. ning of al-Qaida, the Islamic militant group created by Osama bin Laden. As tensions both the novel and the series loom closer to that historic day. As an interesting turn, the series then low us to see an interpretation of government response and the preventative actions The Hulu series, which premiered in late February, is a 10-part series that uses parts ners: The Inside Story of 9/11 and the War Against al-Qaeda by Ali Soufan and the 9/11 Commission Report to create its plotline. One of the most interesting things this series highlights compared with other accounts is the consistent rivalry between the charge of evidence and what action they Rather than recreating the news or creating their own stories, the show uses actual Although the show is seen through the ential role in what occurred, the story mainly focuses on the professional and private American agent, Ali Soufan. As mentioned before, the real Soufan trayed by Tahar Rahim. Rather than just being a 9/11 documentary, I believe this show does a good job of retelling actual accounts while also telling a story. Instead of just having a narrator or single voice unraveling the events, The Looming Tower depicts a more personal narrative into the lives of the main character. The show has a more humanistic and emotional ing on this story. and any signs that may have led to this. What The Looming Tower does well is bin Laden and al-Qaida left them just as confused and unsure. Every step of the way, each governmenout the most effective and safest course of This show will appeal to anyone who enjoys a historic and realistic drama. It delivers a source of mystery and suspense by vealing new truths and untold stories from interesting perspectives. Through the use of true footage and the time and helps us both discover and rediscover interesting moments. Due to the nature of the plot, there will only be this one 10-episode season, but many fans of the show are hoping that Hulu tered series.Series Review: Hulu Original The Looming Tower TELEVISION HuluHulus The Looming Tower approaches one of the darkest days in American history with a new light.

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10 ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 By Lindsey Breneman Avenue WriterActivism combined with music Tuesday night after a weekend of nationwide protests against President Donald Trumps zero tolerance immigration policies. The Civic Media Center hosted a teras a local grassroots organization led by immigrants for immigrants in the area. It was founded by Gia Delpino in January 2017. Delpino works closely with Rev. Larry Green from Westminster Presbyterian Church. Together, they are working to bring the original vision including a rapid response hotline for immigrants, a community ID program, an anti-deportation package and a bail fund for detainees. The Michael Character from Boston. James Ikeda, 28, has been releasing albums as The Michael Character since 2011 on Bandcamp. He wants his audience to always have to grapple with his music, which he describes as political acoustic punk that exists in the tension between incrementalism and radicalism. tension. Hes taught history to high school students for six years but doesnt teach the average run-of-themill 11th grade history he teaches black radical thought at Quincy High life is to be of use. Ikeda says history has a unique utility that allows people to contextualize the world. However, hes careful to express the fact that he does not have all the answers but instead wants to generate interest and compassion in individuals. Ikeda wants his own experiences to open windows into political ideas. Ikedas friend and fellow musician Cameron LeViere, 25, took the stage as well. LeViere is the front man for Lawn Care, a math punk band from Pittsburg. While studying anthropology at a small liberal arts school in Wisconsin, he loved doing lawn work. LeViere says it was a fun way to save on a gym membership and get a tan. His friend gave him the name Lawn Care as a joke and it stuck. Now, under that moniker, he likes to write ethnographic songs with a lot of weird time signatures. Without his band behind him, LeVieres set was acoustic. It included a song about East Liberty, a Pittsburg neighborhood thats been song he wrote about his own tension from moving in with his partner. According to LeViere, its weird when youre in the leftist politics and stuff to move in with someone, and do the whole capitalist settling down thing and buy pots and pans. Ikeda and LeViere have been touring across the country together for most of the summer. Gainesville was their last stop before they move back up to the Northeast. pure Brazilian samba meets Jamaican reggae in their soulful music. Theyve earned Brazilian Press Awards for the past two years. Manu Osorio is the Civic Media Center volunteer who organized the LeViere through a friend of a friend. They had a phone conversation one day, ironically, while he was doing lawn work. When he asked for help getting a gig in Gainesville, Osorio headline the night, which is why she Osorio is also a part of the create the rapid response immigrant ing deadline. The original goal was $1,760. With the donations from the show the group raised over $3,000. The CMCs next show has a Black Out theme July 13. Osorio encourages everyone to follow to date and says they are always in need of volunteers. Lindsey Brenemen concert his past Tuesday.

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With 42 percent of the vote on Twitter, Grant Holloway won the last alligatorSports Award for Athlete of the Year. Voting is now open for Coach of the Year. INDIA, BYRNE SIGN WITH REDSOn Tuesday junior third baseman Jonathan India and junior pitcher Michael Byrne signed with the Cincinnati Reds. India's signing bonus was worth $5.3 million, and Byrne's was worth $260,000. Follow us for updatesFor updates on UF athletics, follow us on Twitter at @alligatorSports or online at www.alligator.org/sportsTHURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 www.alligator.org/sportsALLIGATOR AWARDSBy alligatorSports StaffThere were 12 University of Florida Alanis Year in all of them. titles. doors. the 4x400 relay, and Holloway decided to alligatorSports Awards: Who is UF's Coach of the Year?Alligator File PhotoMary Wise coached the UF volleyball team to the NCAA championship match last season. She was named AVCA National Coach of the Year for 2017 and claimed her 23rd SEC Championship with the program. I over the festivities. that his son was injected with nament. tions. to Qatar. We may be witnessing the greatest World Cup of all-time, and it might be a farceMark My Words Mark StineTwitter: @mstinejr SEE COLUMN, PAGE 16 SEE AWARDS, PAGE 16

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THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 ALLIGATOR 15 4110 SW 34th Street Suite 3 Gainesville, Florida 32608(352) 872-5565 20% offSmoke Vape Home Brew SupplyMention this ad. The Associated PressNEW YORK (AP) Joey Jaws Chestnut extended his reign as champion eater at the Nathans Famous July Fourth hot dog eating contest Wednesday, downing a record 74 wieners and buns in 10 minutes to take home the coveted Mustard Belt for the 11th time. Miki Sudo held on to her title as the top womens competitor at the annual Brooklyn eat-off, chomping 37 franks and buns to take home the top prize for an unprecedented Chestnut said he was feeling good. I found a vicious rhythm, the 34-yearBut while Chestnut ate 10 more dogs and cotti, a judging error cast initial doubt over their totals after jurists didnt see the eaters were taking the dogs and buns from two plates. Frankly, the judging was just off, said George Shea, the longtime Coney Island announcer. Joey said, Look at my plates, and Carmen said, Look at my plates. We counted the plates that they had eaten and it was 64 and 74. Eric Gonzalez, the Brooklyn district attorrecord of 74, two more than he consumed last year. At the end of the day, Joey Chestnut came in here and ate 74 hot dogs, broke a world record, said Cincotti, who celebrated his 26th birthday on Wednesday. Apparently they were good dogs. On Tuesday in New York, Nathans Famous held the weigh-in for their annual 4th of July hot dog eating contest. (July 3) A total of $40,000 in prize money was up home $10,000 each. Sudo fell short of the 41 hot dogs she consumed last year but easily beat out secondArizona, who chowed down 28 wieners and buns. Thousands of attendees, many donning mustard-colored hot dog caps, braved 83-degree temperatures and a heat index of 91 degrees to witness the annual July Fourth competition on the Coney Island boardwalk. The outlandish tradition dates to 1972, though the company has long promoted what a former president acknowledged was a legendary start date of 1916. Fan Martha Pleasant, of Franklin, New Jersey, said she was attending the competitive eating competition to support her husband, Dwight Pleasant, who loves wieners. We are trying to knock something off my hubbys bucket list, she said. Defending champ Joey Chestnut sets record with 74 hot dogs The Associated PressFREMONT, Ohio (AP) U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan said on Wednesday he never knew of sexual abuse by a now-dead doctor who examined wrestlers Jordan helped coach decades ago at Ohio State University. Jordan, speaking to reporters at a July Fourth rally in Fremont, repeatedly denied claims by ex-wrestlers Mike DiSabato and Dunyasha Yetts, who say the powerful Republican congressman from Ohio knew back then that Richard Strauss was groping male athletes. Jordan acknowledged that Strauss was among faculty members and other employees who used the same open shower area as athletes in the building where they practiced, but he said he and other coaches with whom he has spoken werent aware of any abuse by Strauss. We knew of no abuse. Never heard of abuse, Jordan said. If we had, wed have reported it. Male Ohio State athletes from 14 sports have alleged sexual misconduct by Strauss, who was on the faculty and medical staff and published a variety of research. Strauss died in 2005, and his death was ruled a suicide. Surviving relatives havent responded to messages left by The Associated Press seeking comment about allegations against him. The university has urged anyone with relevant information to contact is conducting an independent investigation. More than 150 former students and witnesses have been interviewed. the university in the matter has said investigators tried unsuccessfully and email to seek an interview with him. The congressman said his ofand he is willing to talk with investigators but had nothing scheduled as of Wednesday. He called the timing of the wrestlers allegations about him interesting. If there is any type of abuse of these folks, we want them to get justice, but its interesting that the timing is what it is in light of things that are going on in Washington, Jordan said. Jordan, a founder of the conservative Freedom Caucus, is a potential contender for U.S. House speaker. He has taken leading roles and in pushing back against the governments Russia investigation, most recently interrogating Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in committee. A spokesman for Speaker Paul Ryan said the university has rightfully initiated an investigation and Jordan on Wednesday also expressed concern about being among recipients of an email from DiSabato base with Capitol police about it, but he didnt elaborate. US Rep. Jordan denies claims he knew of Ohio State sex abuseThe Associated PressU.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) denied knowing of sexual abuse by Richard Strauss that occurred while he was coaching at Ohio State. We knew of no abuse, he said. If we had, wed have reported it.

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16 ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 FRIDAY LUNCH SPECIALS$9.99 Buffalo Blue Chicken Sandwich Basket FUN DAY$3 Lemon Drops $3 Pork Rinds $4 Double Wells $4 Edamame $4 First Mag Pints NIGHT SPECIALS 7 pm 12 am$3 Tequila Shots $4 Jager & Fireball Shots $4 Swamphead DraftsLIVE DJ 9 pm Close SATURDAY SUNDAY NIGHT 7pm-12 am$3 Margaritas on Tap $3 Lemon Drop Shots $4 First Mag PintsLIVE DJ 9 pm CloseFRIDAY restaurant & rooftop barTHE 1718 West University Avenue1728 West University Avenue BEAT-THE-CLOCKWells & Drafts start at 25 LIVE DJ Wells & Drafts start at 25LIVE DJ18 & UP ) ( 18 & UP he assembled the group of Taylor Manson, Nikki Stephens, Sharrika Barnett and Taylor Sharpe, which hadnt run the 4x400 together all season. The 11th-year womens coach (16th-year mens) told his sprinters to believe in him, and the quartet ran the second-fastest time in school history to propel UF to its But if you ask Holloway about his success as a coach, hell credit his athletes, coaching staff or the culture that theyve built in the years leading to this season. Those little things dont show up on the stat sheets, but theyre what make Holloway one of Florida athletics most valuable assets. @alanisthames athames@alligator.org Andrew: My goodness, where to start. Mary Wise has had a truly exceptional coaching career, one that has spanned 31 seasons. But this award is for the best UF coach of the 2017-2018 academic year, not for his or her career. Fortunately, her coaching job with this past seasons volleyball team is a shining microcosm of her 27 years in Gainesville. Shes the ultimate trailblazer. No other female Division I volleyball coach has more career wins than Wise. Her 905 victories as a volleyball coach has led her team Wise has done it twice, most recently last season. While the Gators fell to Nebraska in the title game, they did get the the season. In all, Florida was 11-2 a 30-2 record overall, the most wins conference record earned the team I can tell you with certainty that Mary Wise brings a magnetic presence into every room she enters. Her players adore her; every one of them I talked to considers her a have gotten to where they were as volleyball players and this is comicans without Wise, they say. But Wises response to this praise says everything about her character: This programs success come through it. She won the right way, and she won a lot. @AndrewJHuang ahuang@alligator.org Chris: This is an easy one for me. I watched him from a distance and then had a chance to cover him during his teams postseason run, and theres not a doubt in my mind that baseball coach Kevin year. Throughout the entire regular season, the Gators never dropped below No. 2 in the national baseball rankings. cord and captained a team that was Three of his players (pitchers Brady Singer and Jackson Kowar plus third baseman Jonathan Inof the 2018 MLB Draft, and he had a total of seven Gators hear their names called in the event. Forget all the stats though. Lets focus on one instance of brilliance In Game 3 of the Gainesville Super Regional (an elimination game and the speedy second baseman Blake Reese at third, a struggling Jonah Girand stepped up to the plate with two outs in the bottom Girand was abysmal in the Super Regional and failed to record a hit. Rather than watch Girand strike ble steal where Horvath acted as if he fell over on the way to second. The pitcher stepped off the mound failing to realize that Reese took off toward home. By the time he ese crossed the plate and gave the Gators a 2-1 lead. been struggling and that Reese had speed, and he executed the risky play that put his team through. Florida needed the run too, as it went on to win on a walk-off home run in the 11th inning plus, Girand struck out in the same at-bat. @THEChrisOB cobrien@alligator.org Mark ing Florida to its fourth-straight conference regular-season title and World Series appearance, the most valuable piece in the Gators success was pitching coach Jennifer Rocha. to graduation, Rocha and the UF pitching staff posted elite team as the teams associate head coach. Behind the veteran leadership in sio and junior Kelly Barnhill and the pitch calling of Rocha, Florida and tournament titles. The Gators posted elite pitching numbers as a team last season. They led the nation in strikeouts was Mississippi State at 416. They strikeout-to-walk ratio (5.04) and of 1.43. UF threw 30 shutouts in 2018, 10 of which were no-hitters. The hitless performances included two perfect games from Barnhill against North Florida on Feb. 14 and Georgia Southern on Feb. 25. Florida also threw three comsio combined to no-hit Baylor on March 18. Freshman Natalie Lugo against Hampton on March 30. State on May 20, the only postseason no-hitter in Rochas 12 seasons at UF. have been coached by Rocha. @mstinejr mstine@alligator.org lars at stake in having a hassle-free Mail. Sports Ministry. among Russian soccer players, 34 of which had accompanying paperwork and testimony that the agency deemed useful for formal disciplinary proceedings and were brought were connected to players on Rusternational Ruslan Kambolov, who tested positive for a banned steroid in May 2015. The test failure was apparently covered up by Russian intelligence forces, which switched out Kambolovs tainted sample with the urine of another athlete. Despite all of this information, prosecute Russian players. If Russian players in fact used banned substances to bolster the teams performance at this World previous scandal that the Russian involvement in a situation with so has really changed since the organizations president Gianni Infantino was elected to replace the corrupt Sepp Blatter administration. Mark Stine is sports writer. alligator.org. COLUMN, from pg 14AWARDS, from pg 14Holloway, Wise earned Coach of the Year honors