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By ANDREW ABRAMSON
Alligator Staff Writer
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'Wnat do we want'?
Free improv comedy
show! When do we
want it? Thursday
of epic proportions"
will take place Jan.
6 through Jan. 8 at 8
p.m. in the Constans
Groups demand over-the-counter abortion pills
UFstudents to distribute pills at FDA
By JEFF SIRMONS
Local lenlin l t acti istL. a.iti.cipatt g trting
arrested Fridai during a planned protest of
the Food and Drug Adminirstration's police on
theli. m.mrnilg-a-ci pilL in IlRockl \ iU, Idl.
1 heit vwomen'-, rights a.ihi-nsl., inc.-lid-
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pas-er.\-l .tartin. at iuo n in
'\\e'ri going t, hand out mriLrning-ai
8 Matt Walsh,
known for playing
hard, will be out
for 4-6 weeks. How
will the Gators
respond to starting
without him? See
story, pg. 24.
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EUF students look-
ing to join a frater-
nity will have the
opportunity to do
so beginning this
weekend. as Rush
begins Sunday. See
story, pg. 5.
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Free improve show tonight
Theatre Strike Force, an im-
provisatio'nal comedy and sketch
gtoup, is perfornmulga free improve
:'comid\ sh.h, tonight, Friday and
Saturday at the Constans Theater
at 8 p nm At the end of tonight's
show, the group plans to announce
its student body presidential can-
didate for the Spring elections.
Crisis volunteers needed
The Alachua County Crisis
Center is seeking volunteer Crisis
Line counselors. Training will be
provided, and the next 60-hour
training session will begin Jan. 22.
Contact Dana Myers, 264-6779, for
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GRU proposes greener projects
Gasoline stations robbed
Police are investigating a string of
robberies that occurred at four local gas
stations during Winter Break.
Gainesville Police Detective Helen
Legall said two men, one with a black
handgun and the other acting as a look-
out, began their busy evening at 12:40
a.m. on Dec. 28 when they entered the
Sunoco gas station at 528 NW 8th Ave.
Legall said the men headed to the
Shell station at 6900 W Newberry Rd.
at 1:45 a.m. and the Kangaroo station at
3509 SW Williston Rd. at 2:45 a.m.
No more than 15 minutes later at an-
other Shell gas station at 3330 SW Archer
Rd., an attendant was sweeping outside
when he was approached by a man fit-
ting the description of one of the Sunoco
station robbers. The man ordered the
attendant inside and demanded money
from the cashier's drawer, Legall said.
Each time, an undisclosed amount of
cash was taken from the registers, but no
one was harmed, Legall said.
Though no arrests have been made,
both GPD and the Alachua County
.Sheriff's Office believe these robberies'
ASO spokesman Jim Troiano said
he also has been in contact with other
counties, specifically Gilcrest, about a
possible connection to robberies there.
Legall described both men as being
of average stature, approximately 150
pounds and wearing black leather jack-
ets. GPD-has video footage of one man
wearing a yellow hooded sweatshirt un-
derneath and the other carrying a black 9
mm or .45-caliber semi-automatic hand-
gun in his hand, she said.
And once upon a time...
Gainesville's own Cinderella decided
to rob a convenience store Monday, and
her night ended not with a kiss but a
According to police reports,
Kimberley Hutcherson, 27, entered the
Sprint Food Store, 2300 E University
Ave., armed and took an undisclosed
amount of money
However, in her haste to flee
Gainesville, Hutcherson reportedly
neglected her white tennis shoe. as she
slipped into her "carriage," a 2002 white
Suzuki 4-door sedan.
Officers followed the vehicle, which
was speeding at more than 100 mph, to
-the city limits on U.S. Highway 441, ac-
cording to reports.
GPD reported Hutcherson was ar-
rested and charged with armed robbery
Agency still faces stiff
protest from local groups
By SKYLER SMITH
In an effort to become more environmen- y -
tally friendly, Gainesville Regional Utilities edge ove
is proposing to spend $7.1 million on future Afue,
projects to expand its facilities and reduce its Anoth
carbon dioxide emissions.
GRU's strategic-planning utility analyst
Mark Spiller said his company wants the
Gainesville City Commission to appoint a
panel of experts to choose projects that could
reduce the amount of local carbon dioxide
He said the issue may be brought up at a
special commission meeting Jan. 31. Domenech
City Commissioner Tony Domenech said
the GRU issue is not definite on the agenda,
but he thinks it's a good idea. nearly ah
"I was struck by what a novel approach sil fuel
this was," Domenech said. could ma
He said that while it was a very cre- vironmen
active idea and would be less expensive for rop
Gainesville taxpayers in the long run, GRU's Brikman
concept is still in its planning stage. GRU -
"We're talking baby steps," Domenech needed t
said, adding that any new plant would take growth, a
six to 10 years to build. fromt
Charles Kibert, a UF building construc- Spill
tion professor and the faculty adviser for Spiler
the UF Environmental Action Group, agrees tally repe
that modifying energy sofurce5 Should'be a .. '
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s we invest in renewable energy
nd get off the fossil fuel kick, we're
suffer the consequences," Kibert
ies that invest in renewable en-
Sthe economic and technological
r countries still relying on fossil
er criticism of the program is the
In an open letter on the
local Sierra Club chap-
ter's Web site, Robert
Brinkman, a member of
Committee, writes that
GRU's proposed power
plant and the upgrade of
its old plant would cost
alf-billion dollars to construct.
logical advances in both fos-
nd alternative power generation
ke much more economic and en-
tal sense for this community than
)sal brought forward by GRU,"
lolds that a larger plant will be
o keep up with Gainesville's
sizable portion of which comes
said the goal of GRU is "to pro-
dable energy in an environmen-
ctful way. We can do that."
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SFCC satellite campus in Keystone Heights opens
By SKYLER SMITH
Classes commenced Wednesday
at the newly opened Watson Center
in Keystone Heights, SFCC's newest
The new campus arose out of
desire for access, said Bob Wolfson,
director of the Watson Center.
"We want to provide educational
access for East Bradford County,"
-Wolfson said this campus would
complement the Andrews Center in
Starke so people in Bradford County
wouldn't have to make the commute
to Gainesville for their classes.
The Watson Center will offer col-
lege courses along with community
enrichment classes, such as painting
and computer training.
The campus also will host con-
tinuing-education classes so area
"We want to provide edu-
cational access for East
Watson Center director
companies can hold specialized
business and industry classes for
"Right now, Santa Fe outreaches
wherever we're needed," Wolfson
The Keystone Heights location.
joins the SFCC net of campuses that
include three in Gainesville, one in
Starke and another in Archer.
Although all campuses are bpen
to SFCC students, not all students
were aware of the newest addition.
"Keystone is far away. I didn't
even know about it," said Dave
Fried, an SFCC journalism student
at the main Gainesville campus.
There are plans for the Watson
Center to expand.
Construction will begin this
spring on a full science lab.
There is also an official grand-
opening ceremony to be held in
March for the Watson Center.
Though today marked the first
day classes were held at the new
campus, there was no ceremony
held, Wolfson said.
Student Senate seeks applicants for three open seats
* THE POSITIONS OPENED AFTER THREE SENA-
TORS WERE REMOVED FROM OFFICE.
By BRIDGET CAREY
Three students could have.the power to influence nearly $11
million in Activity & Service Fees through Student Senate seats
left vacant after three senators were removed from office.
Because the three legislators holding those positions did not
fulfill Senate attendance requirements, they were removed to
make room for other students with a hankering to get involved
with Student Government.
"There's a lot of people who like to be in Senate, so we take
it very seriously," said Senate Pro-Tempore Diane Kassim.
Senators are required to attend meetings every Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. and only are allotted four absences. Senators can ap-
peal their removal by justifying the absence, Kassim said.
"For the most part we do allow excused absences," Kassim
said, adding, "This is like any other organization when you
have fluctuation in attendance"
During Kassim's time with Senate, she said it's not unusual
for a few senators to resign due to a change in their schedules,
unexpected class requirements or end-of-term apathy.
One seat each is open for students studying in the colleges
of liberal arts and sciences, education or the veterinary profes-
"There's a lot of people who like to be in Sen-
ate, so we take it very seriously."
sional school. Applications for the seats are due to the SG of-
fices on the third floor of the Reitz Union no later than Friday
at 4:30 p.m.
"It's not necessarily how thick your resume is, it's how ea-
ger you are to get involved," said Kassim.
The interview and appointment process is coordinated by
Kassim and the Rules & Ethics Committee.
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Meet and greet
Kathy Medina and Earlene Felix talk to Cabinet Career Development Director Rosey Pierre
at the Student Government Meet and Greet held Wednesday night at the Reitz Union.
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IFC holds forum, explains Spring Rush process
By KYLIE CRAIG
UF students looking to join a fraternity will
have the opportunity to do so beginning this
The Interfraternity Council will hold its
Spring Rush forum, which signals the begin-
ning of Rush Week, Sunday at 7 p.m. in the
Reitz Union Auditorium.
The forum is an informational meeting at
which students interested in Greek life can ask
questions and meet representatives from the
22 organizations that make up the IFC.
Membership Vice President Chris
Bucciarelli said that although attendance at the
forum isn't required for rushing, he strongly
"We explain how the whole process of how
rush works," Bucciarelli said. "We give hints
He said one IFC suggestions is that frater-
nity hopefuls visit several houses to get a bet-
ter idea of which fraternities fit them best.
Rush Week officiall- begins Sunday at 8
p.m., directly after the forum.
Throughout the week, each IFC house will
host three daily functions including lunch,
dinner and evening events.
Bucciarelli said the functions are informal,
but the IFC encourages students to dress
"We want people to dress how they usually
do, but it's good if they can dress nice, too,"
Students rushing may decide which houses
they want to visit. Throughout the week, they
can be offered bids from an\ fraternity\ inter-
ested in taking them in aS a pledge.
IFC Administrative Vice President Jeremy
Martin said even though there are negative
stereotypes surrounding fraternities, there re-
ally is a house out there for everyone.
"Joining a fraternity gives you a good
group of core friends," Martin said. "It opens
many doors on campus that can lead you to
different leadership roles."
"We want people to dress how
they usually do, but it's good if
they can dress nice, too."
IFC Membership Vice President
Bucciarelli agreed with Martin, noting older
brother in fraternmitie. often ha\e conntruEtion
on campuj- that can help ne\\~r students.
Martin also said Lnteres.ted snrudenrts should
visitt the [FC \\eb s-ite. .l hltre dtlc\ can rind in-
formation about all 22 IFC fraternities as well
as the IFC rush application, whichis due to the
council at the beginning of Rush Week.
Buciarelli said Spring Rush tends to be less
stressful for students because the turnout typi-
cally is half that of Fall Rush.
Matt McGurrin, 20, a member of Alpha Tau
Omega, rushed last Spring.
The sophomore said he waited to rush to
get a feel for the different fraternities and learn
more about Greek life on campus.
"I also waited because my family wanted
to make sure I could handle schoolwork and
make good enough grades before I decided to
join a fraternity," McGurrin said.
. He said he enjoyed rushing with a smaller
group of students.
"It made it easier because you had more
interaction time with all the guys," he said.
The other three Greek councils -
Panhellenic, Multicultural Greek and National
Panhellenic do not host a formal Spring
Rush but can be contacted for information
Study: Men's, women's opinions vary on sexual terms
* THE STUDY FOUND COLLEGE-AGED WOMEN
REACT FAVORABLY TO THE TERM "ORGASM."
By DAVID COHEN
A UT studN ha. confirmed \iha t -ouipe.;'Tlitii a -iTwir--
for centuries men and % omen do not see eye to e\ e. The
study noted men and women view sexual terms, ranging
from "orgasm" to "rape," differently.
"We wanted to compare and contrast the meaning of
sexual terms over time as well as new words," said Virginia
Noland, a professor in the health science education depart-
ment and the leader in the study.
"Examining the evolution of sexual language is impor-
tant in the 21st century as communication becomes more
important," she said.
Noland's team of researchers asked about 570 under-
graduates at a large Midwestern university to rate their ini-
tial feelings toward 42 sexual terms. The study found men
saw "feminist," "gay," "heterosexual" and "sexual assault"
in a more positive light.
On the other side of the coin; women rated "breast, en-
largement," "erection," "Internet sei," "oral sex," "pornog-
raphy" and transgenderr" more positively.
--.- ... -._ Noland and her team compared the re-
UF suirm UIeri rI t,-a~ ml::ti-.c-a- o ,n
Research the Midwest m 1989 by USF and Southern
Illinois University. Noland said a new study
was needed because of the introduction of
the Internet and the increasing popularity of cable televi-
Views on the term "orgasm" changed during a 15-year
period. The study found there is increasing favorability
among college-aged women regarding the term.
"I think this signals a shift in 'orgasm' becoming some-
thing that is acceptable for both men and women," Noland
said. "[It is] something women shouldn't be ashamed of
talking about or achieving. There's a growing realization
that women are sexual creatures, too."
Noland said the term "orgasm" has appeared more fre-
quently in women's magazines during the past few years.
A few trends warranted concern for Noland. "Breast
enlargement" made its first appearance in the study, and the
female impression of the word was more favorable than in
.men.- The favorable rating women give to brea-t enlarge-
ment could signal accCptaince of unrtealisnc body inidigt 'V-
pectations and surgical techniques to try and achieve them,"
she said. Noland says health education professionals need to
pay attention to this trend.
Noland expressed a sense of unease about the fact men
rated the term "HIV/AIDS" only slightly on the negative
side. She said this may be due to the notion men often view
the disease as a problem strictly for homosexuals.
Noland added many students come to college "very
inadequately prepared" to deal with sex and sexually trans-
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Rapper good for UF, not
for Black History Month
If you're nostalgic for the good old days of Billyburg
- camping out for days to get ticketsfor a Gators basketball
game you might want to get a head start before tickets for
the Snoop Dogg concert go on sale Friday. They'll go fast.
Without a doubt, Snoop Dogg's performance Feb. 4 is one
of the most anticipated events in recent memory.
Unfortunately, the performance also will be associated
with another major event one whose values do not mix
well with Snoop's music.
Snoop is a great choice to perform at UF He has an almost
mind-boggling popularity among even the most disparate of
students khaki-clad preppies, dreadlocked hippies, bling-
blingers and, probably, those in charge of putting talent to-
gether for Black History Month.
In fact, it's hard to find any party, club or dorm room in
Gainesville that doesn't occasionally indulge in a little "Gin
But while the cross-cultural nature of Snoop's popularity
makes him an ideal entertainer for the community, he is not
the best choice to be the marquee performer of Black History
The messages in-Snoop's music, as well:as those espoused
in his extracurricular activities, are not the sort Black History
Month should be associated with.
Sure, those messages are meant in fun and aren't really to
be taken seriously.
Snoop-?- 7I\-T-rrnce romp :'oul Flane" was evidence
enough of that.
But that doesn't change the fact they are not in the spirit of
Black History Month.
And though none of the festivities openly will be de-
scribed as the most important, we can guess which one will
get the most publicity.
We certainly know which one will cost students the most
The more than $100,000 allotted to bring Snoop and his
entourage to the O'Dome could have been used to pay for a
more socially-conscious artist or group, such as Lauryn Hill,
Talib Kweli or The Roots.
For $100,000, we probably could have had all three.
We only have to go as far back as the 2004 celebrations'
top act, Chuck D, to find a popular entertainer who has been
active in the advancement of black community and of civil
rights in general.
The other figures whom the organizers have selected this
year are much more appropriate to the celebrations.
Afeni Shakur, for instance, is a perfect example of a civil-
rights figure who still is famous enough to draw a crowd.
Shakur, in addition to being the mother of rapper Tupac
Shakur, is a respected poet and activist known for her work
with the Black Panthers.
Jasmine Guy, "A Different World" actress and Afeni
Shakur biographer, is similarly noteworthy for her combina-
tion of fame and positive contributions to black heritage.
Had Snoop been brought to UF for a stand-alone concert,
his appearance would have been universally praised as an
event guaranteed to appeal to a wide spectrum of students.
Instead, his performance which still undoubtedly will
be one of the highlights of the year for UF will be tainted by
thoughts that a more appropriate talent for celebrating black
history could have been purchased with student funds.
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Debates abound or
Repent! All we sinners are doomed to hell!
Or so says the Turlington Preacher.
Not to be confused with Turlington Jesus (the
long-haired, robe-wearing apostle who kindly informed
me I was damned to eternal hellfire four times over), the
Turlington Preacher wears a suit and tie and could be
mistaken for a professor were he not screaming about
Judgment Day at the top of his lungs. He holds court
on the middle of Turlington Plaza, as he did yesterday,
declaring most unwitting passersby to be on the path to
hell. Among the condemned are "perverts, feminists,
masturbators, dope fiends, pornographers, drunks, sod-
omites, abortionists and rock-and-rollers."
SPretty much everyone goes about their business, albe-
it somewhat bemused, and ignores what he has to say.
Who really intrigues me, though, are the people who
try to debate him. There is almost always a budding
philosopher present who gets very upset when told all
masturbators are going to hell. I believe the Turlington
Preacher's words were, "Men who masturbate are lack-
ing. in self-control" and "unmanly." Anyway, I love it
when some fiery young Plato tries to reason with our
campus savior. One student was so flustered yesterday
he exchanged phone numbers with one of the preacher's
disciples so they could duke it out later.
What I don't get is what any of these people are
hoping to accomplish. The Preacher himself, and the
Turlington Jesus, too do they.really believe they are
going to impact the minds of the UF student body? I'm
pretty sure no one says to themselves, "You know what,
I think I will accept Jesus Christ as my savior. Right after
I grab some Chick-Fil-A." The students who try to have
intelligent discourse with the Preacher do they think
Andrew Meyer he is going to hear their reasoning
Speaking Out and think, "My God, what have I
been doing with my life?"
The entire situation is one of
the funniest scenes I've ever witnessed.
What really surprises me about it is how much the
preacher likes to talk about sex.
Listening to this guy ramble on is just so rewarding
when he produces a gem such as, "There are hussies out
there looking for it." This was his reasoning for men not
needing to masturbate, but sex in general is one of the
preacher's favorite subjects. Half of the categories on his
sign are devoted to it.
SThe Turlington Preacher did stop berating perverts
long enough to speak out against feminists. When
asked what exactly is wrong with feminists, he said,
"They have radical ideas, like wanting to be paid equal
Now that's the kind of progressive thinking I like to
I often wonder what draws this type of people to our
campus, and I think I've figured it out. UF students, and
perhaps college students in general, love to debate and,
when presented with a chance to have an ideological ar-
gument, even with someone like the Preacher, we jump
at the opportunity. Let's face the truth approaching a
possibly homeless man equipped with a 10-foot sign as-
serting our eventual damnation holds an undeniable ap-
peal. Until we can learn to ignore the crazies, the campus
will be inundated with them.
You all can continue on your way, but I for one plan to
sit back and enjoy the show.
Andrew Meyer is a journalism freshman.
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Ron Jeremy to debate pornography on campus
Will face off against anti-porn activist were unavailable at press time.with some sexy dialogue.
Susan Cole, a senior editor for the National "Especially with the FCC (Fedei
By MEGAN SEERY
Alligator Staff Writer
Ron Jeremy is coming.
In another attempt to lure the student
masses with controversial fare, UF's speakers
bureau is bringing the well-known porn star
to debate with an anti-pornography activ-
ist on Jan. 26 in the Stephen C. O'Connell
"Let's face it, sex sells," Accent Chairman
David Buchalter said. "Every college student
knows about it, and it's an interesting sub-
Because the bureau books speakers from
diverse backgrounds, it doesn't view the
choice of Jeremy, who has starred in more
than 1,000 pornographic films, as more radi-
cal than previous Accent speakers, Buchalter
"We book people from the very far left in
politics to the very far right," Buchalter said.
"I don't think he's any more extreme than
any of our other speakers."
He declined to comment on the cost of
the debate, referring all related questions to
Student Government finance officials, who
Organization for Women magazine and au-
thor of "Pornography and the Sex Crisis,"
tours the country with Jeremy and will be his
adversary at UE
"The porn industry has certainly garnered
a lot of flak, but at the same time it's become
a large industry," Buchalter said, noting both
Cole and Jeremy are well-regarded in their
respective fields. "It's an excellent way to get
out both sides and get a discussion going."
UF American Civil Liberties Union
President Tiffani Velez said she couldn't
agree more. Regardless of where one stands
on the issue, she said there's nothing wrong
Communications Commission), which is
making a lot of restrictions these days, it's
worthy of discussion," she said. "It's great
that you can get both sides to debate on the
right to make and view pornography."
And though some may view freedom of
speech solely in terms of verbal communi-
cation, Velez notes there are many types of
"Communication comes in all forms, es-
pecially when it comes to something that's
sexually explicit," she said. "Pornography is
verbal and visual, so it definitely falls under
freedom of speech."
Sophomore linebacker leaves UF Thursday
Linebacker Channing Crowder, who flirted with success and
trouble at UF, will now look to bring his talent to the NFL.
CROWDER, from page 1
him eligible for this \ ear's draft.
Crowder said the decision to
leave was tough, but after talking it
over with his mother and coaches,
he decided if was the best move.
"I started to look at things -
- leaving, going, thinking about
how great it w would be next year,"
Crowder said. I met with Coach
Meyer a bunch of times. The Gators
are going to be a great team and
have some of the great athletes in
the nation, so itwas a lot tougher
than I thought it u would be But I
made the decision that I thought
was best for me and my family "
Crowder will leave for his home-
town of Atlanta on Thursday and
begin searching for an agent. Soon
after, he will begin a rigorous train-
"Everyone's calling my cell
phone saying, 'you must be excited',
but the funny thing is in four or five
days I'm going to be in boot camp,"
Crowder said. "Right now I'm just
trying to work. I know I have to
work to make it."
While some experts have called
"I met with Coach [Meyer] a
bunch of times. The Gators
are going to be a great team
and have some of the great
athletes in the nation, so
it was a lot tougher than I
thought it would be. But I
made the decision that I
thought was best for me and
former UF linebacker
Crowder the best linebacker pros-
pect in the nation, he still has a feiv
issues to iron out.
First, he must prove that he is at
full speed. Crowder has suffered
several injuries, including ones to
his knee and back, dating back to
"I have enough game film so
they see I can play football and be a
successful linebacker," he said. "You
just go out, run around at the com-
bine, have some personal workouts
and let them see that I'm healthy
and that I can play football."
But Crowder also must prove
that he is not a headcase. He was
suspended for one game both his
freshman and sophomore seasons
for late-night incidents around the
"I'll have the police report there
with me [at the combine], let them
know what happened, what went
on and see who was involved. I
was younger then. I haven't been in
trouble in awhile, and it's nothing
that's too big of a deal."
Crowder's only regret from his
two years at UF was the lack of team
success. The Gators finished with
five losses in each of Crowder's
seasons at UF.
"My first game was losing to
Miami and my last game was los-
ing to Miami, so it wasn't the best
start ard finish," Crowder said.
"But we've had a lot of big wins,
I've made a lot of big plays that I'm
happy with. We beat some teams we
weren't supposed to beat and we
lost to teams we should have beat
but that's part of football."
If everything does go according to
plan, Crowder already knows who
will reap the immediate benefits.
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of well," he said.. "Hopefully she
won't have to work anymore."
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By ARLYN HERNANDEZ
At the age of 3. her mother handed her a set ot oil paints.. t
5, she displayed her first landscape painting to her kindmrgarteni
class during sIhow 'n' tell Novw at '7, E[eanol Blair ha-s bIiecom
a respected Gaine,;' ille artist \with a dtudio' at 11 35 S lain St
Blair. vwho % orks mostly ithi oil but also dabbles, with wua-
ter colors, acr\ lies and pastels i-; known ior hei Imuidscapes o.t
northern Flonda. Looking arc'ind her s-,maJl studio, it s clear she
enjoys tnab ei palm. Cvprons and oak trees.
Tliose trees are umttreiting to me, in tornm. ot ofcolor. she
said, glancing at some of hei work resttng on \\ white :-helves
Though Blair does most of her \work in the strudi, she loi\-t
1#771 rounded b\".
fl Jer-.ev native
.I A.. Jerrsey natl\e
-"and the light
i changes so quickly There is no taking yoUr
tune, and r it chall nging to capture the mo-
ment as it i;."
All three major ho-piitals in Gahiies, ile
display her artwork in theit lobbies. and she's had exhibition_
n niu.se.unw s and gaUleries throughout lonida Her paintings
flaunt niticullouLs brul'h.o.rk and rich. vibrant color on can-
\asse-' as small as a ietv inches to as Laige as 6 feet by S feet.
kiter ,'raduatuig homn the Cooper Uunon intl the
-Ad ancemient of Science and Art in Newi \o k c'it\ in 19o9. she
mi'.red to Gaie'.i ille in 19 71
"I used to paint iupstairs foin the studio I'm at noi\ iwith
seven other arti-t- in one room.' Bla said 'That didl t work
for ine so I found this studio ui the earl\ IOs and dcidcd to
take the jump on ni ion ni.'
At firsL. ,he a\'t pEn ate pairntng le .ton- and did a number
of c:nirmiisionecd works ti make ends meet. But s-ioon, her work
began sellingg on a regular basis.
"Gaince-illte i-e'd to be -suCi a derelict place," ihe said.
'Tiere ut-d to be a twpe of provincial prejudice wiith local art-
L'ts. but that has changed '
Aside from her landscapes, Blan is the drummer torher "old
fai t tock'n roll bad" Weeds of Eden.
"\'ve are .c-alU no i4Kood, but \iL lust hke to have lun," she
said, putting their recent album into her CD player
As for her on n thoughts on her work, she hkes to think her
paintings create a mental space people can enter visually and
emotiionallv. She also views them as pieces ot recorded hi-torN.
'I'd like to think that my paintings will preserve thi' time in
history, sort ot like a time capsule." Blair said "People will look
at my planting's in 1D) years and get a feeling for what Flonda
was like "
12, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, JANUARY 6,2005
New expert aims to please, soothe students' dirty inquiring minds
judging by the lucky few (ok, more like
a handful) who've been under my cov-
ers, people in this town need some seri-
Yes, even you.
So before you declare your bedroom
,skills prodigious and sentence this peri-
odical to the nearest recycling bin, take a
When I first came to college, I thought.
my future spouse and I would meet in a
gen-ed class. He'd spot me from across the
.room, ask if he could borrow my notes and
take me out to dinner. By senior year, I'd
have a Harry Winston the size of a Ring
I also was under the impression that
all-right-long sack sessions were-the norm
in college. (No more steamy windows in
mom's minivan on a school night.)
We get into college and actually are
given our own pleasure dens complete
with tantalizing Animal House posters
and black lights. Obviously with those ac-
commodations we'd all be experts by the
end of freshman year.
Almost four years later, I realize I. was
wrong. Terribly wrong.
I shared notes
with in "Theater
Turns out he
Jump Your "shared notes"
Bones Jones with half the class.
Undercover All of the wild
email@example.com monkey love in
the laundry room
at Jennings Hall? It
would have been great if it lasted longer
than 2 minutes and happened more fre-
'quently than once a semester.
Fortunately, my war stories have
equipped me to answer the burning ques-
tions (and diagnose the burning sensa-
tions) that are too embarrassing to consult
your friends about. I'll tell you why you
should get that rash checked out, point out
when your other half clearly is cheating on
you and tell you what to do when your
soon-to-be ex creates a Web site featuring
pictures of you sans clothing.
All you have to do is ask. Just be glad
I can't laugh in your face via cyberspace
(kidding, kidding ... now start firing off
some e-mails). I'm waiting ... naked.
I ni the head miu.ic v.-riter I write
about c00o1 band- coming here iThe
l Tastelrs lick-i_ tickl w!hilc attempt-
Sing ti be a .cool kid in tin spare tinie.
NR Ii musical taste-s Jciane often
Rih Pt no:. m\ ta..orite are Cartel
Bit Cit,- Dieams. Sa .- Antlhing O()en. No[l\ The Get
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\ou i'. don't tird me -nmoking ou t-ide Leo, s withi othei
eliti.t liipster.. I'm _-as beouig and a little obniokLou.-
SIm a tiurd ear iournalia m nmajic.r. NIM hliih chlic-:l
lear- ielte spent out-ot-countrn there 1 .was concert
deprived. Li' nig il Gamnesi die Rock Cits has allow \\ed
me to make up for thoc ,,,ars. anmd I can finally -ee ill
tlhe bLand I. nu-.ed
Findiimn nuc- iniiiic is mI\ lihbb; Thereiare good bands.
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thing, I want people t. find -'romething the\ like becaui,-
i. mie If there .- anything ,.'u Llunk I might hlke r iishcould
coi -I. tel free Ito let nme kni at k; utu'vahi o con
Growing up, I was the kid who
liked art. I imagined my artistic tal-
ents would lead me to a wonderful
career. However, as I got older and
more cynical, I realized. I would
most likely end up a starving artist.
Looking for a more practical career, I joined my high
school's newspaper. During the two years Lworked as
design editor and editor-in-chief, I wrote about every-
thing from news to sports.
Covering the Hippodrome will bring me back to one
of the subjects I most enjoyed writing about. One of my
good friends in high school was what I affectionately
called a "drama dork." I helped him memorize lines and
make props and sometimes covered school productions
and went.to drama competitions with the the.pians.
Now, as a sophomore journalism major minoring in
art history, I'm looking forward to exploring this aspect
of Gainesville's entertainment scene.
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ii enterdci tile ?\.N Id 1 humnmed alon10
toi thie radio Tlii-,re s no pniot otf thi;
Sbut I n L, 1.:h1n.d to hbefi.- i ,l
tivent-, i, a later. [ kno', practi-
cal:.I e' er, -toni that been on pop
ra.hdic -inc,' the c,'i, .:ind i'. t become tl'ht anni', ing ptas-
-enger w.ho Is '.-,ti itn -ulrgui, along to ea.:h one il the ni
N lo.-t of mni, fa-,o ite banids- niake m\ mtrend.' sleep,
I-rou Fi.Lu. The -hinz and Fic:lna. pple Not to.' a\ I donr t
il[;e ti Ilump around but nn,.sih pit- mnakume In l .,
i.loslt ct the time I n-i Litenini to inut;ic -rud\ i ui or
boLth Thil is n-, third ear ait LIF and 1 i u-t hanged to.
lournili-m rniroim math i i t orkin on a laip.itcc IIll n, .r
_nd I m pre-med ht. and lor all ,ou cuite b.n,-_ i. itti tight
lean- and me.;- lur [m inu'lule
F'll bi 'bringing in.mL m, n'ei- t si. ic, si oi na, muiic
* band- and I .":.l ..l,,'w0 pi _'. i'.' Set. \-tu at thl',- shoi
Music has :changed since I
S started my CD collection years ago,
as has my taste. It is hard to say
whether it has changed for the bet-
i ter or the worse popular music
in pa.ihcular Bu t it -.eeni for every
Jimmnn Eat \\',irld, there isa .- ood C harlotte itigure that
one out). And with the Interiet's sharing capabilities,
tide titgound Lmusic is not as underground as it was.
A- .1 nmusic w liter [.will try to expose those who are
doing everything they can to destroy original music
i,-ith their trivial, unenthused dribble (i.e. Creed).
I did a tewv tours of duty as the vocalist of two local
bands. Neither amounted to much, but some of my
best menmiries i. ill come from days I spent driving a
few hours to play in front of ten people. I also ran and
co-designed a now-defunct webzine about the Florida
ptmk' rock and lhardcoie scene. Hopefully, I can use my
experiences to help those who were upset by my Creed
remark realize tltey shouldn't have been upset at all.
.I don t usually reahze t hen i
tea.:hl out and .t.aighten the books
on display table-. in a boc, kstole I
also haee thk '-tramgc talent toi be-
ing able to tell the age .,t a Border:.r
Book-torc Tieu carpeting and tt\-
tures are like i muie in the center ao a tree to me
See. in m, past lift I1 opened and managed b ook-
ztore' bie bookstore' Tlhe kLnd that .imell Id,e cot-
teL aid -sel a- inm uch music. as htetatrue I i_.pen,:d h'.e
store-, in tour states and iianac;ed nearly e. er, -.chlon
Strhaiihteung a stack ,of bLooki,', ben:lme secondd nature
The i .1a stack A:,t papeiback-c telt v.hen i grabbed
them bi. the s.pnes tin t that diifirent troin ho,'. mi
hand feel- curled around a reporter s noteb. ok
I tbansfrterid to LIF aftcr graduating !roLi SFCC
\ here I was the cditor-in-chief of the ne, s.pap,:r. This-
Spring i have the oppni tunit- to conimbe in' ti, vi ,:t
n l. es .ind lo es book and journmalm. I'11 e'l tie,
book- and col ei local book -i.gnings and E, ents
A fortune cookie gave me some
S great advice: "Di;epii a 'n .t from the
path which fate has you assigned."
Now I always trust my instincts
regarding everything I love. I have
loved theater since my first role as
a gorilla in my kindergarten play. However, sticking
with the advice of my trusty cookie, I had to trust my
instincts and go a different direction.
Playing "Prostitute #4" in all musicals under the sun
wasn't going to jumpstart my career. I was good but
not good enough. I was a slice but not the whole pie.
So I pursued my other love, writing. I hope to grad-
uate in journalism and a minor in general theater the
best of bothworlds for a thespian turned journalist.
I'm here to urge you boozers to put down that han-
dle and let the theater entertain you. I think you'll be
surprised. I'll present you with some great local.theater.
So let's dim the lights, and I'l -ho,\. I) i-'i a good time.
I always v anted to be a. rock
..:W',I star Cluldren t.'uld '\or-hip me.
S1.. \i',ven would idoli.tl me \\hat
1M-, ams. could be better?
1f. rUnfo tuiate'l lacking mun L.>ical
talent usuLall tIlund.-Ai ant chance
at sup'ti-Ladomil-. Ild II le i' 1 al-
, aiy lok ed intil-ic .I. t- ne, r btLn g.- d at nakim it
Sc, what do \i i do hen 'i .i an- :obe---sd aith
-omnithling Ii u iat-,'olutel,, -uk at 'iOLiLl tt 3i'b it it
'ion may han, but pro.,babl., ha% e not r.-ad m"
reL\ie'.: in DLetour- in the pa-t fte. ;etester-. r\I Late
re'i.ce aro-uird niu-ic. I l'ren up k, ith Lcd Zeppelin
and the Batle.; 1 i -.Iak LIp t '' 'oib I l and I l' i k ito
class .itli G. Lov e I -.tudL\ i th \\'icl, and p.utr, '. ith
lum1is': 5. Thlie Flanunnin Lip I rock iot in ni', atr Ilue
Rad.iijoead tuick_- nie ui at night .A ntiut11l 1e ithl-uLit nmu-
icL is a minute I ca n do i-ithoit
S11 do lmy lbest t,:- put out readable mat-erial this -
nmeier. -Aid it \,u IL.'.k it o, er I hi.pe i ou enl'
I'm one of the music writers,
which rules because I love music.
Lucky for me, Gainesville's scene
gives me a lot to cover. I live for
good shows, so I'll be sure to in-
form you of events you can't miss.
Music always has been part of my life. I was 6 at my
first concert, although I'hate to say it was New Kids
on the Block. What do you expect from a girl who at-
tended Catholic school in Tokyo until she was 12?
In my defense, I still have Green Day's "Dookie."
-Now that I'm a second-year student, I have a more
eclectic CD collection, which if you're into labeling
- ranges from punk to indie and from pop to emo.
Nothing makes me happier than when someone
says, "That band you recommended is amazing." I'm
hoping someone will tell me that this semester.
Let me prove there's more to Gainesville than drink-
ing and football or a least something just as good.
S I mn d-, ,A 'tu are nis.talen. I don't
Sknow i.;clk 1L`0tt theat A
it ,ou d n,I t ct % '. vthinigh
:.r an, tliung. a.ibout theater ith:tL i d lo. e t t', bhe i'ur
guid,:. it II be the -:i. r, nman \ ei.. of theater Fried
diiicken theatkL Btiiii.-ltaidinz -tltb -blind the.-it-r
And if you are a theater major, and you know
all that mLmnIIb-ijiTmi :iboi theater lingo, you minihl be
blowin0 tu tc.I]m onLt vour'ears. But d.vn worry, Iwant -
to learn. Feel free-direct my critiquing eye;
Fortunalelh. miy backgruniid as a journalist is
strongr-i th-in my experience as a critic. I am double
majoring in journalism and English literature.
I also will write video game reviews, a position
many wasted hours fully qualifies me for.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 2005 N ALLIGATOR, 13
J.Page to serve up punk fun at Common Grounds
BY NATHANIEL DEAS
J. Page serves tables at a local restaurant.
He also lends his name to an up-and-
coming punk band playing at Common
Grounds on Jan. 11.
"I thought it would be funny to name our
band after my good friend and infamous
town asshole, J. Page," singer and guitar
player Mike Magarelli said. "J. is currently
a waiter at the Bistro 1245, and I'd like to en-
courage everyone who reads this to go there
and bother him about having a band named
after him. He really likes that."
Described as pop punk rock, J. Page has
been together for about eight months. After
stints with several other bands, the mem-
bers of J. Page finalized their lineup and
went on tour, playing 18 shows in 17.days
"We were having such a great time on
tour," Magarelli said, "towards the end of
the trip we started talking about booking an-
other longer one as soon as we get home."
The band also has recorded a five-song
EP that has yet to be named.
"We are talking with several labels about
releasing it," Magarelli said. "But until then
if you're really nice to us we'll prob-
ably just give you a copy."
J. Page will be joined at the Common
Grounds by Alli With An I and Break the
Described as a melodic blend of metal,
punk. and hardcore, Break the Silence re-
sides in Chicago and is touring throughout
Guitarist and backing vocalist Dan
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Precision said the band enjoys playing in
front of a crowd.
"Our shows are very energetic and at
times violent," Precision said. "The best
part about making music, in my opinion, is
being able to take that music and perform
it on the road. Being able to play live every
day in front of a new group of people and
share that live feeling with an audience is an
experience like no other."
While searching for a new bassist, Break
the Silence has enlisted the help of Bob
Skwerski, formerly of the Bollweevils.
"Bob is an amazing bassist, and we are
happy that he is helping us out on this tour,"
Precision said. "We'll be having auditions
starting at the end of.January, and hopefully
we'll have a permanent bassist soon after."
Break the Silence's full-length album,
Near Life E perience, will be available at
Hailing from Raleigh, N.C., Alli With An
I is touring throughout the South, Southwest
and Midwest. Previous tours found the band
playing in legendary venues such as CBGB's
and the Velvet Lounge.
They also released a full-length album,
I Learned It By Watching You, which was
co-produced by Brian Paulson, who has
worked with musicians such as Wilco, Uncle
Tupelo and Beck.
Doors open at 9 p.m., and cover will be
All three bands are fast and energetic, so
punk enthusiasts should look forward to a
If you don't care for the .punk scene,
however, Magarelli offers another reason to
check out the show.
"Because we're hot, sexy dude..."
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Sun. We are located at 5121-A
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David's BBQ delivers the best
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Gourmet food at student prices!
Large selection of wines starting
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Fri 4-8pm. 3 tastes only $4.95.
Open 11am-11pm Sun-Thurs
and til. midnight Fri & Sat.
Serving a wide array of
appetizers, burgers, wings,
steaks, salads and seafood,
The Swamp offers something.
for everyone. Come and relax
on the front lawn or on one
of our intimate decks while
enjoying our daily lunch,
dinner or drink specials. Don't
miss our famous Happy Hour,
Monday thru Friday 4pm-8pm.
Located across from University
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to unwind and experience that
great gator flavor they call The
Swamp. Delivermg lunch and
dinner Mon-Sun 11am-lOpm.
1642 W. Univ. Ave. 37-SWAMP
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Brunch Buffet with never-
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706 W. University Ave.
Call for, :takeout 378-2001
Cafe Gardens has been just
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335-3030. Delivery available
1011 W. University Ave.
11-10 Mon-Sun 336-5323. We
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Serving Gainesville since
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Open 7 days, llam-lOpm.
16 NW 13th St. 378-5948.
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try the BEST Mexican food
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great fajitas & vegetarian
cuisine. Loved by Gators
past and present since 1990.
Best homemade salsa in
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for lunch and dinner. 1723
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Thurs. Fri & Sat till 12am. Call
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For delivery call 379-FOOD.
Located next to Bistro 1245.
Leo's Cafe open daily 9am.
Flavored coffees, espressos
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Delicious traditional Viet-
namese cuisine with popular
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14, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, JANUARY 6,2005 ....
Piano festival draws international crowd, acclaim
By ALICIA PEREZ
When you are upset, sad or happy, mu-
sic setN a perfect atmosphere to match your.
mood. For some, it is a way to release stress,
and it creates an escape from a person's hec-
ticlife. And when the music is rare and hard
to come by, the reward of experiencing it is
UF will be hosting the Fourth Annual
Steinway Piano Festival from Jan. 6 to 11.
This six-day event is free and open to the
SThere will be several events, consisting-
of classes and recitals at the Keene Center in.
Daur Hall and University Auditorium. Also,
the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
will host a recital on Jan. 8.
"This year is an especially unusual festi-
val for the school of music," UF piano pro-
fessor Boaz Sharon said. "We have invited
The annual Steinway Piano Festival will feature master classes, lectures and recitals
Thursday through Tuesday. Lin-Chi Wang and Boaz Sharon coordinated the event.
the top people in the field of piano to create
a festival that will be like no other."
Among the guests invited are Jerome
Lowenthal, head of piano at The Julliard
School, Lazar Breman, an international
recording artist considered to be one the
greatest pianists of his time, and Philippe
Entremont, a :orld-famous pianist -from
Paris and director
of the American ; .
Conservatory of for th
Fontainebleau, We have invited the
Sharon said. in c,? .7; : Of p
UF undergradu- festival that will be
ate and, graduate Boaz
students majoring in piano per-
formance will participate alongside about 20
high-level piano students from Italy, Spain,
Russia, Japan, Korea, Israel, Canada and
-. "This is probably the only high-level
international festival of its kind hosted by
a major university," Sharon said. "There,
will be six days of public recitals and public
Master classes provide the audience
with a unique look into how these eminent
pianists, including Sharon, work aid teach
other students by hearing them play and
giving feedback in front of:the audience.
International studies has become a top
priority for univ'ersities, aind UF's College of
Fine Arts, School of Music along with The
Foundation Bell'Arte and the Ecole No r nlmle
de MuLsiqte de Paris "Alfred Cortot" are the
only schools that can create a program that
provides participants with the benefits of
artistic-coaching-as well as career guidance,
From prestigious pianists, Sharon said.
An unusual experience in the making has
made the anticipation for this festival even
bigger, Lin-Chi Wang, a piano performance
graduate student, said.
"It is a rare opportunity to have famous
pianists come to our school," Wang, who
has organized this year's festival for the first
time,' explained. "Most people pay a lot of
money for a .ticket to see these people, and
with this festival, anyone can hear these pia-
S nists and watch them
.' Of '-': Meeting many
op people people from differ-
ano '-- ..." -: i.: a ent parts of the
ke no other." world is a rare
aron, UF piano professor experience in
itself, but hear-
ing world- renowned pianists, as well as
students who play is the greatest reward,
Music majors will not be the only ones
who benefit from this festival, Wang said.
She said she feels it gives people a chance
to listen to some of the greatest pianists from
all over the world, including some of our
very own at UF.
The festival is split into different times of
the day to accommodate anyone wanting to
see great minds at work, Boaz said.
"It is the unique opportunity, to hear
fabulous pianists from around the world,"
"And I think everyone should come and
experience it themselves."
Information about the festival can be
found on http://www.arts.ufl.edu/icpa/.
What: Fourth Annual Steinway Piano
Festival featuIing recitals and
When: Jan. 6 to 11
Who: Free and open to the public
JAN 7 -JAN 30
Tickets: $14 $27
Students: $5 and up
Call 375-4477 or buy online
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I BLOCK FROM UF
W/D, private balconies.
Leasing for fall 371-7777
OPEN till 8pm and WEEKENDS
4BR/4BA at UF
Luxury twonhomes 3 blks
W/D, Pets ok. Avail Fall.
D/W, Avail Fall .371-7777
OPEN till 8pm and WEEKENDS
Rooftop Luxury Overlooking UF
Private 3/2 with HUGE deck
W/D*Free Parking*Elevator Access
One of a kind luxury! 372-7111.
Plus July FREE
on a 15 month lease
Sun Island Properties
MORE SPACE...LESS RENT!
HUGE 2, 3 and 4 Bedrooms from $759
Call for daily specials! 332-7401
*Work, Live, Play*
1/1 & 2/2 flats, 3/3 TH -
Free Tanning, Aerobics, 24 hr gym
PC lab, Gated, Trash Svc, All amenities.
I Now Leasing, 335-4455
Want more? Free even!
4BR 2.5 $102Q.- Only 1 left
Spacious floor plan alarm tennis
Free UF parking 376-4002
YOU CAN'T GO WRONG WITH FREE
FREE rent, FREE W/D, FREE parking
150 ft from UF 2bd townhomes
Going fast, call TODAY! 373-1111
Pine Rush Apartments
1&2 BR apt homes
starting @ $419/mo
$99 deposit. Aug & Sept Freel
* SW, fancy 2BR near UF, Ig kit, sc pch,
trees $530-550 Share 2BR $300-450
*NW 39 Ave 2/2, patio, loft, neavd ptn fir,
Ig, open, good area $570-610 0 2/2, patio,
gate $500-510 @ 373-8310 1-6-81-2
HOUSE Walk to UFi
Spacious 3BR house avail now!
Wood floors, huge screen porch
Great Value! Open wkends 372-7111
More for less, FREE even!
2BR/2BA Only $680
Pool bus route alarm tennis
Pet perfect- Free
Stop by and see us 376-4002
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For Rent -Unfurnished For Rent Unfurnished For Rent -Unfurnished 1 For Rent Unfurnished For Rent Unfurnished
1BR/1BA $420, 2BR/1BA $495, 2BR/2BA
$525, 3BR/2BA $695. New carpet, Italian
tile, cent AC/H, covered patio, DW, verticals,
W/D hkups, pool. Some utils, walk to UF.
1BR & 2BR/1BA with W/D, central heat/air,
dishwasher,ceramic tile, private patio, pets
arranged. Off SW 34th St. Near bus rt. From
$499 377-1633 1-31-92-2
2 BR 1 BA apt 850 sq ft
carpet/tile, W/D hk ups, DW, storage, on
bus route. $550-600/mo. Call 278-0978.
ALREADY SICK OF YOUR ROOMMATE?
SPECIAL DEALS AT
LEASING NOW & FALL
Huge 2/2 & 3/3Twnhms
FREE cable, W/D, alarm,
tan, gym, DOG PARK!!
Going fast! 3.77-2801
Free Extended Basic Cablel Pets Welcome!
1000 sq ft Split Floor Plan, W/D Hook-ups
& DW, 1 BR/1 BA & 2BR/2BAAvailable. Call
Amazingly Affordablel HUGE 650sq ft
1BR 1000 sq ft 2BR Townhouses & Flats!
Discounted Rates Starting @ $380 & $480.
Close to Santa Fe, UF & 1-75, 332-5070.
HOUSES Close to UF, schools, shopping,
630 NW 35th St. 3/2, family room, carport,
Ig'screened porch, fenced backyard $1200
-331-0095 OTHER HOUSES. AVAILABLE.
Total Elec, 2 & 3 Bedroom, $395-$550, cent
A/C, pool, tennis, B-ball waste, pest, lawn
mowing. 251b pet $15/mo. M-F 10-6 or by
appt. Alamar Gardens 4400 SW 20th Ave.
373-4244 UF bus line #20 4-20-71-2
1 MONTH FREE! 2BA 2.5BATownhouse,
w/d hookups, pool, lots of closet space,
1452 SW2th Place
Carl Turligton Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
CLOSE TO SHANDS & UFI 3 BR 2BA,
Washer/dryer, lawn svc, terrazzo floors,
$1000/rent, 3811 SW 20th Street
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
SHORT TERM LEASE! 2BR 1.5BA
Duplex, walk to UF, CH/AC, 6 month lease,
$495/rent, 807 NW 3rd Avenue
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
Rocky Pointe large 1BR/1 BA, Animal friendly
w/fenced yard, W/D. $580/mo. Avail ASAP.
Call 283-3344 1-10-15-2
*HOMES* BLKS TO UF! 3BR/1BA wd
firs, ceramic tile, W/D, cent H/AC, garage,
fenced yard, 4 SW 25th St $1075/mo *
3BR/1.5BA wd firs, cent H/AC, W/D, fenced
yard, 303 NW 36th St, $900/mo 4BR/3BA
wd/tile firs, fp, W/D, cent H/AC, 1562 NW
18th St $1500/mo. Call Carol 359-3341 or
3 blks from UF from $375/mo!'Call Carol
359-3341 or 359-5584. 1-7-11-2
ROCKWOOD VILLAS 3BR/3 FULL BATHS.
End unit. W/D. Recently renovated. $795/
mo. Call 407-578-2721 1-10-12-2
One BR ppt for rent. 1 person, 1 car, no
smoking, no pets, no fleas. It is small, but
has it all. All util. pd. $360/mo, unfurnished.
Call Charlie "Whitey" Webb. 375-4373. Stop
by 1215 NE 20th Ave. 1-18-15-2
3bdr/lba duplex.. Nice home, nice, quiet
neighbors. 2.3 mi fr campus. Washer/dryer.
Central A/C, non-smoking; $695 1st, last,
dep. 2214 NE 8th St 376-7529 or 219-2399
CASABLANCA WEST. Room w/own bath.
Clean, NS, pool, $350/mo. Call 246-4023 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org 1-7-5-2
A GREAT DEAL 2BR 1.5BA
W/d hookups, CH/AC, dishwasher,
$475/rent 5320 NW 20th Court
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
A REAL BARGAIN! 2BR 1 BD apt,
W/d hookups, dining room, courtyard, $450/
rent, 535-B NW 26th Avenue
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
SUPER CUTE! 2BR,2.5BA TH, fireplace,
dining room, washer/dryer,
$700/rent, 2327 SW 73rd Terrace
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc.*372-9525
PETS CONSIDERED! 3BR 2BA.
Fenced yard, carport, ceramic tile, living &
family rooms, w/d hookups, $1100/rent
1321 NW 21stAvenue
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
MASTER BR & STUDY in vintage home for
quiet person. Cent H/AC, W/D, wood floors &
wood stove, front & back porches. $400/mo
Share utils. Call 338-7670 1-10-5-2
VINTAGE CUTE & CLEAN 1 & 2BR/1BA
DUPLEX APTS wood floors, yard, NW, quiet
area, bike to UF. $450/mo Call 338-7670
1 MONTH FREE RENT!
20 steps to class! 1,2 &3 BR apts avail
Aug on special from $310/BR. LOFTS Ig
closets & TONS of amenities! Call 376-6223
1 MONTH FREE RENT!
Offer ends next week! Across from Tigert!
Furnished TOWNHOUSES w/FREE
Ethernet, cable w/HBO & more! 372-3557
Apartments Available Now
All Florida Areas; All Major US Cities
Browse our listing FREE
1-(877)-For-Rent (367-7368) 4-21-71-2
VILLAGE LOFTAPTS. 1BR LOFTAPTS
650-, 750 sq ft. Starting @ $450 mo. Quiet,
wooded setting. FREE monitored alarm
system. 6400 SW 20th Ave. Call 332-0720
2BR 1Ba Apts. $475-515/mo
5 Biks to UF! 840 St Ft
829 SW 5th Avenue, St Croix Apts
Central H &Air, Includes Wtr, Swg, Pst Ctrl.
Garbage. Call Merrill Management Inc. 372-
2BR 1BAApts 1 Block to UF
216 SW 12th Street. $500/mo
1236 SW 1st Ave. $525/mo
Call Merrill Management Inc. 372-1494
2BR 2BA in WOODSIDE VILLAS
7200 SW 8th Avenue. $620/mo
Pool, Clubhouse etc.
Call Merrill Management Inc. 372-1494
2BR1BAApt, 1BLK TO UF!
$525/mo, carpet, central H &Air
1234 SW Ist Ave.
Call Merrill Managment Inc. 372-1494
2BR 1BA Duplex, carpet, Central H &Air.
1906 NW 9th St. off NW 16th Ave.
C i Mi." ll I I ln a.a.- ini.r, Inc. 372-1494
.BR 1 B/Y 3prI T.rz.,j Floors
W.n.n.'., AC ail Ga3- HT
2Blks-to UF. $510/mo
C all Mier1-ll 1.1 ,l-3r mEnr inc 372-1494
*8 BLOCKS TO UF*
Large'2BR/1BA apt. Carpet, cent H/AC,
3BR/2BA House $950
1 BR/1 BA House $450
Mitchell Realty 374-8579 x 1 4-20-70-2
Avail now, 2BR/1 & 2 BA apts.
$400, $450, $695 Mitchell Realty
374-8579 x 1 4-20-70-2
1 BLOCK TO UF. Spring semester only.
3BR/2BA. New kitchen. W/D, Free cable,
internet, parking. Cent A/C. No pets. $1200
+ util or individual lease 954-344-9240
$400 & $425 HOUSE 1&2 BR apts.
Historical downtown. W/D hkups, wood
floors porch. ONLY 5 LEFT! 870-0904,
3 BED HOUSE $6001mo. Central heat &
air. Great Deal! Wooden floors & WID
hookup. Behind Leo 706. 870-0904, 318-
2 BED HOUSE: $500/mo. Porch, new
carpet/paint. Workshop area. Downtown
by courthouse. 870-0904, 318-4553 1-
Sweet 3BR/1BA HOUSE in DUCKPOND
AREA. New kitchen. New bath. Fireplace.
$850/mo 731 NE 9th Ave. Call 352-316-1637
Brand new 3BR/2BA, 2 car garage, 5 mi
from Shands/UF in SW community $1500/
mo. Move in Feb 1st. Nicest amenities in.
Gainesville 352-335-6448 1-20-10-2
PET'S PARADISE, no app/pet, fee.
twnhm.2BR/1.5BA privacy fence, modem
appliances/fans, WD hkups, 1000 SW 59th
Terr. Pvt owner, please leave detailed mes-
sage. Other units avail. $425/mo 331-2099
SHORT LEASE NEGOTIABLE on some
units SEE PETS PARADISE AD 352-331-
1BR apt in great building downtown. Wood
floors, large screen porch, cent h/a $575/mo
INCL UTILS Call 371-3260 1-19-10-2
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Located right behind Florida Bookstore
Plenty of FREE PARKING!
Historic Apartments. Ceiling fans, hardwood
floors, high ceilings, some w/fireplaces. 1BR
$410 incl water/sewer, 1BR $470 incl water/
sewer. 1st/last/sec. Historic district. No dogs
please. 378-3704 1-20-10-2
BIVENS SOUTH LAKEFRONT CONDO
1BR 920 sq ft. W/D, pool. Flexible lease.
$575/mo www.kalera.com/rent 378-2509.
2BR/1BA Duckpond area house. Crsi 1- .,
r.'D, DW, large yard, prefer grad students,
Pets OK $780/mo 850-529-7069 1-20-10-2
2BR/2.5BA Townhouse, close to UF,
Student's dream. $750/mo, low dep, W/D
incl. Call Phil at 352-235-0600 1-31-17-2
ENJOY THE CLOSENESS
Rooms starting at $300/mo incl utils, 511 NW
15th St. Call Dave @ 222-8910 1-20-5-2
FOR RENT 3Br/2Ba in Melrose 20min from
Gville, 3 blks from Lake Santa Fe. Lg rms
new paint/tile/carpet. Cent H/AC, laundry,
no pets. F/S 352-475-2216 ask for Jim.
1/2 PRICE APTS! Close to UF/Downtown.
2BR & 3BR starting @ $525/mo Call 373-
4423 or online at maximumre.com 8-15-95-2
6BR/2BA HOUSE $1200/mo. Walk or ride
to campus. Privacy fence, cent H/AC &
large yard. Pets welcome! NW 13th St &
NW 5th Ave. By.Booklovers Cafel 870-
0904, 318-4553 1-19-10-2
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1 Block from the O'Dome. Jan free. 2/1 du-
plex, pets ok, $550/mo, $700 dep. 352-375-
2900, or 863-255-5919 1-20-10-2
NEED SHORT TERM? Huge, quiet!.
2BR/1BA only $610/mo for 3-6 mo. FREE UF
PARKING. Call ASAP 373-8114 1-12-5-2
WALK TO CAMPUS
3BR/2BA HOUSE, cent AC/H, WID, wood
floors. 1216 NW 3rd Ave. $1100/mo 271-
1 MO FREE 2BR/1BA for $480. Large &
quiet, close to UF, on bus rt, cent H/AC,
W/D hkups, ready now. Call 352-219-4222
TREEHOUSE VILLAGE $400/mo Large
1BR/1BA in 2BR/2BA apt Everything incl.
1.1 mi to campus. Graduate neighbor-
hood. Part furn. Will help furnish. Call
**COUNTRYSIDE 1 BR/1BA in 4BR/4BA
on bus route, close to UF, pool, gym, hi spd
net, cable. $350 + tuils: 352-328-4551 Avail
DOWNTOWN Avail immediately. Short-term
2BR/1 BA apt. Newly remodeled, quiet
neghbornrod, pets OK, close to nsrian
UF & library. $680-715/mo. Call 262-1351
3BR across from UF
Av3l Fall. $385 per BR.
a3ulled ceiling. Ilunrry
Breafast roar. petl ok
Open WEEKENDS 37 1-7777
WOOD FLOORS at UF
1&2 BRs avail Fall
Pets ok, some w/ W/D
OPEN till 8pm and WEEKENDS
Free parking 371-7777
CASA BLANCA WEST 1000sq ft 2BR/1.5BA,
W/D, pool, on bus rte,. near UF, Shands,
Butler Plaza. Very clean & quiet townhouses
$650/mo NEGOTIABLE! 256-3609 1-12-
HUGE -1BR/1BA for $282/mo available in
3BR/2.5BA townhouse at ri. The Pines.
Beginning Jan ernding Aug 05 'all Jon 727-
1BR BA in 2BR/2BA condo. Pickwick
Park near UF/Archer. Can be furn or not.
Complex has pool. Unit has W/D. $400/mo
no sec dep. FEB FREE. Move ii Jan 18
lease thru Aug 1 Can renew. Contact Erich
ai~ ommates Roo I g."
2BR avail in 4BR/4BA condo in Countryside
@ University. Includes cable, utilities, W/D.
Living rm furn. Call Irvin (352)379-2926
email- email@example.com $450/month
Gainesville Place 4BR/4BA HfumishedH ALL
UTIL INCLAvail 1/05 8105 respectful room-
mates $465/mo negotiable No Dep" Robert
IBR/1BA in 2BR/2BA cond $325 + 1/2 utili-
ties, prefer Graduate student, Female only.
Available after Dec 10th. Lease until July. For
more info call 407-312-6328 1-12-10-3
Sublease Special 2BR/2BA townhome w/
W/D; patio. Ort Archer Rd, close to Butler
Plaza. Avail Jan-Aug. I700 neg. No sec
dep. Furniture also on sale: 352-375-8977
Courtyards 1 room in spacious 4/1.5 town-
house: Furniture and all util included; great
place $399/mo, NO sec deposit. Avail now.
514-6408 or firstname.lastname@example.org 1-14-10-3
Apartments Sublets & Roommates
All areas. Stu, 1 & 2 Bdrm; $400-1500
Short-Long & Fum-Unfum
1-(877) FOR-RENT (.16-7 .68;
:REE RENT in Ire Gables' 1BR apt 3a-1l-
able in the best :ompl in Gainesville!
Private'garage, W/D, free rabtie w/HBO &
SHO; MOVING.- MUST SUBLET. ASAP!
STUDIO $425/mo Utils incl Walk to UF.
Moving out-ot-town must sublease. Pets
ok. 352-359-0244 1-11-5-3
1BR/1BA Avail. Jan July $499/mo Jan rent
FREE. Quiet; roomy, close to campus. Keep
my $300 securtly deposit. Call Sahib 352-
WINDMEADOWS Sublease -:50u'ri, neg.
1BR/1BA behind Butler Plaza Feb 1 July
30, 2005. Work-out room, laundry. Call 352-
Mid-sized 1Br apt located by Sorority Row
on Depot Ave. $385/mo Avail Jan 24, 2005.
Contact Vickie @ 352-514-8331 1-11-5-3
CAMPUS LODGE. 2-3 BRs. Vaulted ceiling.
Fully fum. Everything incl. $505/mo each.
Call 352-514-7773 1-19-10-3
2BR 2BA at Hidden Lake avail immediately
Rent $435/per room, Call Peter 305-773-
1BR apt SW 16Ave & SW 13th St. Jan 15 or
Feb 1st. Pool, laundry, on bus line, no sec.
i4 l2'mor lea?. untilAug 30. Small lease fee.
35- 373.-5 10 1-11-5-3
1 BR apt ior sublet .-a lor sprrnl srme nler
Wood floors, close to campus, $430/mo For
info call 352-359-6199 1-7-3-3
Spring sublease avail. Fur, F needed, 4
blks from UF, great apt & location Call Sara
941-320-9385 leave a message if no answer.
$50 OFF 1st MO RENT!! Great apt avail
immed. 1BR in 2BR/2BA, full new furn.
Prking, cable, w/ W/D, Ig closet, pool, lounge,
gym, comp lab. $509/mo util incl SW area
734-677-6044 email@example.com 1-12-5-3
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for 1 BR w/
pvt BA in 4BR/4BA apt. $414/mo Everything
incl. W/D in unit. Walking distance to pool &
major bus rt. Call 954-914-4873 1-12-5-3
ASPEN RIDGE 3BR/2BA Full' lurn ,full
size W/D, $760 total/mo, walk to bus stop,
no dep or sublease fee 754-224-6512
:: ; Roommates
Roommate Matching HERE
Oxford Manor 377-2777
The Landings 336-3838
The Laurels 335-4455
Hidden Lake 374-3866
Ferrmle roommale ior orne,'rvwc fermaleU UF
Students. Quiet. Resposible. 60 second walk
to UF. Old house charm with all amenities.
Avail Now. $400- up 252-538-2131 Lv
message. Private Owner 4-20-71-4-
1BR in 2 story furnished house in nice NW
neighborhood close to UF. Washer & dryer
in house. Rent .3501mc. Call rie 313-3930
Furn or unfurn 1BR/1BAin furn 4BR 2nd floor
condo at COI.iNTRT'i SIDE AT LUr- IERSIT r.
Walk-in closet, W/D, microwave, balcony, on
bus route. Short term lease avail. $400/mo
utils incl. Call 694-4556 after 5pm. 1-14-10-4
MUSIC HOUSE Loft 1BR now/1BR Jan. 1.5
mi to UF, on bike path, W/D, DSL, digital re-
cording studio, big house, big pvt yard, very
nice, pref music' student/musician. $3001
$275 w/yr lease. 371-9409.1-10-18-4
Avail immediately! $400/mo + utils. 4-6 mo
lease avail. Perfect for grad/intl student!
-Spacious 1BR efficiency, furn/unfurn, 5 min
to UF. Lg home in Kirkwood. 352-375-6996
or 352-284-0979 1-14-20-4
LARGE ROOM in 3BR/1BA HOUSE About
1 mile from campus. Off NW 22nd St'& 8th
Ave in quiet neighborhood $350/mo + utils.
Call 386-216-1944. 1-7-11-4
2 M to share LG 3BR, luxury furn, twnhs
w/pre-dent M, Hi-spd net, WID, pool, on bus
rt by G'ville Hith & Fit Avail 12/10, $435/mo
+ part util, firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-340-
Female roommates wanted brand new 2100
sq ft home. Huge pool, pvl fence, minutes to
UF. Internet, HBO cable, sec alarm & utils
inci $525/mo.Aval Fall. Call Jacqueline 352-
395-7462 or 941-780-3526 4-20-71-4
FREE CHILI'S DINNER ONCE A MONTH!
Pvt rm & bath at Univ Terr W. to share w/3
studious males. $435/mo incl all utils. Short-
term lease ok. Pool, hot tub 772-349-9372
Female NS oomrmale needed I sl.hre 2/2.5
toanhouse. Pool, ethernet, cable, W/D, pri-
vate bedroom and brihroom '495/month.
Call 941-221 -1266 .ve rr,m. sage 1-7-8-4
STUDENT ROOMMATE NEEDED in 3BR/
2BA condo. Pvt patio w/room $350/mo Call
Tirn 1,5 352-331-1151 1-11-6-4
2BR avail to NS, F. Quiet 1600 sq ft home.
Gated Plantation Oaks Country Club. W/D,
furn living area, ~ara.ie avail ir.elr e in-.et
& cable. $400/BR + 1/3-utils. No pets. 954-
1BR/1BA in 2BR/2.5BA townhome less than
1 mi to UF in Mill Run.-I-net, new carpet,
cable, male siudeni prefer'ej Clean. $388
can work a little o t 112 utiil avaI now 954-
Male grad/mature student for small furnished
apt for 1 person only On side of private home,
no pets, clean, quiet, patio, I mi from UF,
avail 1 jan $400/m w/util. inc on bus line.
QUIET RURAL AREA 16' X 18' prvt.room
& bath w/prvt entrance. Lg walk in closet,
pets neg, vegetarian pref. Kitchen & laundry
privileges. $300/mo without utils. Call 352-
Room for rent in big house 2 biks behind
Norman Hall. DSL, big screen, fun room-
mates. Avail Jan. $325/mo OBO + 1/5 until.
Call 305-546-9473 1-7-5-4
FINS roommate wanted to share a furn 3/
1 home in NW. Prfi envr.,n'animal fiiendi
Rent $350 + 1/2 utils. Nice area 3mi to UF.
Call Elise @ 336-6641. 1-10-5-4
NICE ROOM NEAR CAMPUS. Great room-
mates. All amenities. Good parking. Newly
remodeled house. No deposit for students.
$245 w/lease. Jessie 871-5551. 1-19-10-4
ROOM FOR RENT
2BR HOUSE near UF, UTIL INCLUDED
$250/MO 352-283-4804 1-7-3-4
Roommate needed in beautiful Duckpond
home 4BR/2BA Very close to' campus only
$230/mo + util! Call Till: 352-359-7689 or
email email@example.com 1-11-5-4
Roommate needed $285/mo + 1/2 util.
Female preferred. Furnished 2BR/2BA. Must
be able to pass a background check. 352-
Unfum 1BR/1BA in furn 3BR townhouse
Magnolia Place Apts. Walk in closet. W/D,
balcony. Lease til Aug. $347/mo + 1/3 utils.
Avail now. Call James 904-866-7539 1-7-3-4
Female undergrad for 2 females in nice 3BR
house near NW 8th Ave. tile/hardwood, big
yard, $285/mo + 1/3 GRU & HSI -cable: 381-
1BR in. 4BR/2BA house near law school
$300/mo + 1/4 utils. 352-303-7461 or
ROOM FOR RENT
$350 + 1/2 utils. Call ASAP 352-3 7-04427
Roommate needed in 3BR/1BA house.,
hardwood floors, washer/dryer, fenced yard.
Only 2 blocks from UF law shcool. $367/
month + 1/3 utils avail asap! Contact @ 786-
$215 MOARENt, Male N/S
Quiet private home
Archer Rd location
Sec deposit + 1/2 electric
Info 375-6393 1-7-3-4
Female roommate for 4BR/4BA Countryside
apt. Rent $415/mo. Digital cable & utils incl.
Wireless internet option. Apt avail now. 305-
393-0081 or firstname.lastname@example.org 1-11-5-4
GIRLS ONLY 2 rooms each w/prvt baths.
cent AC, W/D, cable incl. Interenet ready.
$375/mo each. 1 mo FREE. Call 352-472-
Fun roommate wanted in 2BR/1 BA~teps to
nightlife. UF round the corner, 2 sparkling
pools. Beautiful landscaping. Only $250/mo!
MUST SEE!. Call 379-7975 1-11-5-4
2 Females looking for third to share a 3/3
condo less than a mile from campus. $275/
mo + 1/3 utilities. Call Erin at 352-316-1063.
MUST SEE! Awesome house. Awsome
roommates. House near Santa Fe. $325/mo'
OBO incl everything Call 863:651-2424
WALK to UF
2 grad students seek NS roommate in luxury
home. $400/mo Avail 1/5. Call 283-6279
AVAILABLE NOW. Share beautiful 3BR/2BA
home on 2 acre lot $475/mo utils inct 850-
FEMALE ROOMIES WANTED to share
awesome 4BR/4BA at University Terr. West
$430/mo. On bus rt. 1/2 mile to UF. 352-371-
Male grad/mature student for small furnished
apt for 1 person only on side of private home.
No pets, clean quiet, patio, 1 mi from UF.
Avail Jan $400/mo w untill incl. On bus line.
Sublets and Rooms Available
All Florida Areas; All Major Cities
Browse available Rooms FREE!
1-(877)-For-Rent (367-7368) 4-20-71-4
2 F roommies needed for spring...5BR/3BA
house. 404 NW 17th St. Behind the Swamp.
ECONOMICAL RENT. W./D avail. Call
Danielle at 863-528-1322 1-12-5-4
1BR avail in 2BR duplex, 2 blks from UF.
$425/mo, avail immediately 210-215-8916
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- Roommates Furnishings
30MMATE WANTED IN BIG HOUSE
LOSE TO CAMPUS. $350-$450/mo. Call
)rry 352-745-1877 1-31-17-4
3R available in a 2BR/1.5BA, clean, new
irpet, washer/dryer. $325/mo plus 1/2 uti-
as. Call Melissa 561-445-9366 1-12-5-4
/AIL IMMED. F/M needed to share big hse
'3 F 2 blks to UF. Pets ok, big backyard.
SL, no sec dep. 1115 SW 9th Rd. Call Mariti
Katie 372-2996 $325 + 1/4 util. 1-12-5-4
3om for rent $425/mo utils incl. 2BR/1.5BA
Greedieaf. Close to UF. W/D, beautiful pa-
), living room furnr NS, no pets please. Call
ssa @ 256-5987 1-10-3-4
DOMMATE NEEDED FOR 2BR/2BR
rndo close to campus on Archer Rd. Big
:reen TV, hi spd inet, pool, gym, room can
Sfurn. Rent neg on terms of stay. Please
ill 386-937-2621 1-12-5-4
male roommate wanted 3BR/2BA Located
1 SW Archer, new floors, walk-in closets,
ible internet, W/D, on bus route, $290/mo +
ils. Call Sara 371-2909 1-13-6-4
nD student wants to share 2BR/2BA apt on
rcher Rd. Mt Vernon. 2 min from Shands &
F. $387 + 1/2 utils. Call Yesy 870-8331 or
grad/professionals looking for consid-
ate roommate to share beautiful new
)me. WID, wireless hi-sped net, study.
375 + 1/3 tuils. Plase call 352-289-0700
roommate needed for 3BR/2BA townhouse
tailable Jan 1. Close to UF and bus. Newly
painted & renovated. $300/mo + /13 utils.
great deal! Call 561-762-6117 1-12-5-4
talk to UF 1939 NW 5th Ave. Private BA,
f/D, CHA, Dig, cable, wireless internet,
wxible lease, 352-682-9342 1-12-5-4
I Real Estate
all your house, condo, acreage, mobile
)me and much more in the ALLIGATOR
LASSIFIEDS! Reach over 24,000 possible
lyers! Mastercard and Visa accepted over
.e phone. Please Call 373-Find
uad-, Tri-, or Duplex w/pvt parking, extra
nd, 60 sec walk to UF. Exc cond. House
4BR, 2BA, wd firs, covered prch, concrete
ttio, garage/work-shop. Pvt Owner. 352-
38-2181 Iv mssg 4-20-71-5
EW COMPANY IN GAINESVILLE
oking to buy or lease houses in this area.
iy size, price or condition. Call Ed & Diane
ator Place Condominiums
3R/1 BA. W/D room, 2 miles to Shands & VA
hospital. SW 23rd St. & SW 35th PI. Quiet,
xury, small complex. For March 2005 from
34,700. Call 336-3900 1-6-67-5
ie Flavor of New Orleans comes to cam-
is. Luxurious St. Charles Condominiums.
block to UF Choose from 2BR/2BA flats,
view the University from your 3BR/3BA
wnhouse. Prices starting in the $180's 375-
most new 2BR/2.5BA townhome for sale.
call 352-219-9551 1-31-61-5
b*@$$$ FAST CASH 4 HOUSE $$$0**
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)wnhome 2BR 1.5 BA fenced. Side-by-side
.wer bus and UF/Shands. $94,900. Call
andy. 352-543-9598 or 543-6758 1-31-
ED-Queen, orthopedic, firm, extra thick,
flow-top, mattress & box. Name brand,
,w, still in plastic. Sacrifice $150. Call 352-
'2-7490 will deliver. 4-20-71-6
BED FULL SIZE ORTHOPEDICPillow-top
mattress & box. New, unused, still in plastic
w/warranty. Can deliver. Sacrifice $140, Call
Brand new still packaged w/warranty, Must
sell. Can deliver. Retail $1400. Sacrifice
$399 352-372-7490 4-20-71-6
BED King Pillowtop mattress & box springs.
Orthopedic rated. Name brand, new, never
been used, in plastic with warranty. Sell
$230. Call 352-372-8588 Can deliver. 4-
CHERRY SLEIGH BED solid with Pillowtop
Mattress & Box. All new still boxed. Cost
$1500, sacrifice $550 352-271-5119 4-20-
BEDROOM SET. 7pc Cherry, Queen/ king
bed, dresser w/mirror, 2 nightstands, chests
avail. Dovetail const. New, in boxes. Can de-
liver. Retail $6500, must sell, sacrifice $1400
(352) 372-7490 4-20c-71-6
BEDROOM SET. 7pc Cherry, Queen/ king
bed, dresser w/mirror, 2 nightstands, chests
avail. Dovetail const. New, in boxes. Can de-
liver. Retail $6500, must sell, sacrifice $1400
(352) 372-7490 4-20-71-6
SOFA, LOVESEAT, & CHAIR 100% Italian
leather. Still new in boxes w/warranty. Cost
$5000. Sacrifice $1,500. Call 352-372-8588
DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry set w/table,
6 Chippendale chairs, hutch & buffet. New,
still in boxes. Retail $5200, sacrifice $1100.
Must sell. Can deliver. 352-372-8588 4-20-
FUTON Solid oak mission-style frame w/
mattress. Brand new, all unused in box. Sell
$199 can deliver. 352-377-9846 4-20-71-6
BedsOFull mattress & boxspring sets
$49@Qn sets $89*Single sets $390King
sets $996From estate sale: Safe pine
bunk bed $109. 376-0939/378-0497. Call a
Mattress 4370 SW 20th Ave 4-20-71-6
Bedding close-outs*All wrapped in
plasticetwin sets $790full sets $1199Qn
sets $1390King sets $1899student dis-
counts apply04370 SW 20th Ave. 376-0953.
We deliver. 4-20-71-6
Full size bed $50, 25" color TV $50,
Entertainment center large real wood $150,
sofa bed $60, port sewing machine $50, gas
leaf blower $45 335-5326 1-7-2-6
DAYBED like new, twin size mattress $100
TWIN BED wooden headboard $50 with
mattress & box spring $100 Call 373-5620
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Computer HELP fast! A+ Computer Geek
SHouse/dorm 59 min response. No waiting/
,np~u.,jyingihe ;.ci $10 Gator Discount.
M/F Cert MCSE technicians. 333-8404.
*G'ville Computer Repair Inc*
Service on all PC MAC and Networks 1204
NW 13th St Ste #10 352-337-2500..4-20-
-dsl/cable, wireless, virus
-we come to you! home/dorm
-cheapest prices! 352-219-2980 1-6-74-7 .
COMPUTER SOLUTIONS, INC.
Complete residential & commercial support,
networking & website development. $45/hr
www.gainesvillecsi.com 371-2230 4-20-71-7
Buy & sell. Looking for quantity for parts.
www.pcrecycle.biz 336-0075 4-20-71-7
"COMPUTER & LAPTOP REPAIRS"
We buy computers and laptops
Working and Non-working
378-4009, 607 NW 13th Street
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WE ARE CHEAPER
GATOR CAR ALARMS Take a bite out of
crime $99.95. Installed FREE. Gainesville's
oldest car alarm and car stereo specialty
store. 373-3754 Audio Outlet. 1-6-74-8
Direct from Gainesville factory.
Great prices. Warranty 374-4678 1-6-74-8
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 Ithe Hiiai,:r Classifieds.
NEW & USED BIKES FOR SALE
Many to choose from
IBest Prices in Townl
SPIN CYCLE 373-3355
424 W University Ave 4-20-69-9
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538-
2181. Can leave mssg. 4-20-71-10
PARTY SUPPLIES: Complete line of bar
supplies, glassware, beer taps, draft beer
equipment. Professional cooking utensils.
R.W.Beaty.Co..4322 NW 13th St, Gville
RWBEATY.COM 376-5939. 4-20-71-10
GET CHEAP TEXTBOOKS!
Search 24 bookstores in 1 click! S&H
and taxes automatically calculated. Try it
today! http://www.bookhq.com 2-15-35-10
URBAN MEYER stuff
Start an URBAN legend by
wearing the shirt! Go to
SMotorcycles, Mopeds Motorccles, Mopeds
** SCOOTERS **
RPM MOTORCYCLES INC
SALES, SERVICE, PARTS
Many Brands Available 518 SE 2nd St.
A* SOLANO CYCLE SCOOTERS **
Scooters from $599. Largest selection:
KYMCO, Vento, Hyosung, Keen & many
others. Financing avail. 3550 SW 34th St.
338-8450 solanocycle.com 1-6-74-11
*NEW SCOOTERS 4 LESS*
New location now open 1901 NW 67th Place
Best prices in Gainesville. Scooters from
$399. All models & directions available on
2001 Honda F 4i. Red on white. Jardine ex-
haust, 3 stage jet kit. Nicest F 4i around. First
5000 gets it. Call Jesse at 352-256-5877 For
SCOOTER FOR SALE
'94 49cc Yamaha Razz
Runs Greatl $925/080
(352) 514-3261 1-6-3-11
Electric Bikes, Scooters, and more!
Prices from $450 with lyr warranty
534 SW 4th Ave. 373-8823
02 HONDA NIGHTHAWK 250 cc
Exc cond, dependable, 3800 mi, bags,
windshield, warranty til 4/05, $2300 OBO.
Call 352-318-2333 1-11-5-11
2000 Derbi Atlantis silver fastest 50cc
scooter in US 55+ mph, brand reliability, new
brakes & seat. Graduating Originally $2200,
now $900/OBO! Call 870-9065 1-11-5-11
YAMAHA ZUMA scooter 50cc, 80mpg.
Very good condition, green 1900 mi,
bmoviefan.com for pics $1100 OBO 352-
2003 Scooter Kymco ZX50 Runs great $800
OBO 352-289-1169 1-12-5-11
2002 MOSQUITO SCOOTER 40mph, 5300
mi, very good condition. Excellent means of
transportation to school. $700 352-317-8723
SCOOTER FOR SALE
03, 50cc, Great Conditojn, 1300 mi, Moving
must sell $1100/080 352-262-8236 1-10-
*FAST CASH PAID FOR ANY CARe
*Running or not!@
*NEED HONDA, TOYOTA, PICKUPS
*Over 10 yr svc to UF students
*Call Don @ 215-7987 4-20-71-12
CARS -CARS Buy*Sell*Trade
Clean BMW, Volvo, Mercedes
Toyota, Honda, Nissan cars
3432 N Main St. www.carrsmith.com
CARRSMITH AUTO SALES 373-1150
4 0 so
THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 2005 0 ALLIGATOR, 1
:.' Autos Wanted ..:
**FAST CASH PAID**
For: CARS, TRUCKS, MOTORCYCLES
Running or Not 1990 & up only
S Call Ray 352-284-8619
OVER 50 IMPORTS UNDER $10,000
SELECT MOTOR CAR
THE YELLOW BUILDING
2715 N MAIN 377-1616
Best Cars Lowest Prices
96 Accord LX 4dr $4495
97 Civic LX 4dr $3995'
95 Civic EX 4dr $4295
97 Civic EX 2dr $3995
**Power windows don't work?**
On site available
Call Steve 338-5142.
93 Corolla/Prizm 89k miles................$2995
95 Camry LE $3995
93 Camry XLE $2995
97 Camry LE $5495
On-going VOLUNTEER needed: Blind lady
needs trans on Sundays only to Mass @'
Queen of Peace Catholic Church or St.
Augustine Catholic Church. For more info
call 219-6948. 1 live in the Tower Rd area.
S .Help Wanted
This newspaper assumes no responsibil-
ity for injury or loI ar;z.;ng frr-nm ,.o;,rd.al
made through asden,.-ng We ~-iug.g}I ina
any reader who responds to advertising
use caution and investigate the sincerity of
the advertiser before giving out personal
information or arranging meetings
LIKE TO WORK WITH LUXURY CARS?
Bright? Enthusiastic? Like people? Must be
over 22, stable work-history, clean driving re-
cord, drug-free, pers ref. www.carrsmith.com
for details. 4-20-71-14
Animal* Care Tech looking for hard working
person to work w/ reptiles & rodents. Will
train, PTto start with more hrs possible. Start
at $5.50/hr. Flex hrs. Please call 495-9024
between 9-4 M-F. 4-20-71-4
Certified Nursing Assistant class. Home
schooling, learn @ your own pace, time, &
convenience, fast or slow. $200. 19 yr. exp
RN Lic #2523562 Call free 4 more info 1-
University of Florida
Survey Research Center
-392-2908 ext. 105
$7/hr + BONUS + Paid Training
Nights + Weekends
Telephone Interviewing NO SALES
Must work summer break.-
408 W. University Ave Suite #106
$$ STUDENTS GET CASH $$
For gently used brand name
Clothing/accessories & furniture
$Cash on the Spot$ SANDY'S No appt
necessary! 2906 NW 13th St 372-1226
HIRING KITCHEN STAFF & DRIVERS
FT or PT, flexible schedules. Call 2-5pm
378-2442 or come ih and fill out an applica-
tion @ California Chicken Grill 2124 SW.
34th St Mon-Fri 4-20-71-14
EARN $60 THIS WEEK!
Donate Plasma & Save a Life.
Best part-time job you'll ever have.
re.,rg Ih,-.i d and earn an
Extra $5 on your 2nd donation.'
DCI B.':logi..:3i, 150 I J1,' 63lh St.
$250 A DAY POTENTIAL
No experience necessary, training provided.
oniure survey rinerviewers wanted. Start 800-965-6520 ext 138 4-20-71-14
f6 UUAI-( 90&J' p le 7. -;prntiAve Market,
18.Year & Up Welcome
Exchange Student Visiting Prof
As LowAs $395 Per Month
$500! Police Impounds!
Hondas, Chevys, Toyotas, etc.
For listings 800-747-9319 ext 4622 1-31-
95 MAZDA 626 Manual, V-6, power every-
thing, $3500 Call Lana @ 352-359-0128
LOCALARTIST NEEDS: GOLD,
DIAMONDS, GEMS, CLASS RINGS, ETC
TOP CASH $ OR TRADE. OZZIE'S FINE
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Research 336-6760 ex 4081 Call nowl 4-
Students in Accounting, Aviation, Business/
Sales and IT needed for various positions.
Flexible schedules and competitive pay. Join
our team! Learn more at www.gleim.com/
Tired of sitting around w/out it? Sit here &
make it! UF FLORIDA REPDIALS seeks UF,
students to raise funds. Earn up'to $8.00/hr
with a FLEXIBLE schedule. Apply at 105
NW 16th St. 4th floor, Academic Classroom
Building 105, or call 392-7754 for more info.
Work from anywhere. Create own schedule
w/a 47 yr old $500 million co. No experience
necessary. Call 1-877-656-3344 for appoint-
Available from Commercial News Providers"
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Needed for evaluations of
Local Stores, Restaurants and Theaters
Flexible Hours, E-mail required
Call 1-800-585-9024 ext 6254
.Private dance co. Great for students. Great
pay, fast cash & flexible hours. Call to start
today 378-3312 1-18-62-14
The Phonetics Laboratory in the Program in
Linguistics is looking for people to participate
in a listening experiment. You can earn $10/
hr by participating in a study of the perception'
of speech sounds from foreign languages. If
you are interested in participating please
contact Jenna Silver email@example.com
S Help Wanted
DANCERS WANTED Are you pretty?
Dancers wanted for private company great
pay, flexible hours open 24 hrs. Call 352-
SCHOOL BOARD OF ALACHUA COUNTY
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM VARIOUS
LOCATIONS -JOBS BEGIN
January 03, 2004
*ACTIVITY LEADERS $10/hr- Bach
Desired or successful exp or training working
*AIDE $7.61 /hr HS or equiv exp as
teacher aide or combo of training and exp
OCENTER AIDE $8.67/hr HS or equiv exp
& training working w/handicapped children.
Hours required M, T, Th, F-1:45 5:30 Wed
12:30 5:30 PM
DRUG TESTING REQUIRED
BACKGROUND CHECK CONDUCTED-AA/
EOE CALL 955-7766 FOR INFORMATION.
Submit application, resume, 3 reference let-
ters, & transcript to: SBAC Personnel, 620 E.
University Ave. 1-7-5-14
Wanted: Energetic People for Spring Break
Flyering/Promotions (Hourly Wage Paid)! Be
a Trip Organizer and Earn Free Trips! Call
STA Travel/Breakway Tours 1-800-465-4257
Sperd your summer in a lakefront cabin in
Maine. If you're looking to spend this sum-
mer outdoors, have fun while you work and
make life long friends, then look no further.
itAlll IN L(l lfbPemale summertime open-
ings for Land Sports, Waterfront (small
crafts, skiing, life guarding, WSI, boat driv-
ers), Ropes Course, Tennis, HB Riding, Arts
& Crafts, Theater,. Cooking, Gymnastics,
Dance, Photography, Group Leaders &
more. Top salaries plus room/board & travel
provided. ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS WILL
BE CONDUCTED 1/27. Call us today toll
free at 1-888-684-2267 or apply online at
Nationwide mortgage lender has immedi-
at sales positions avail for college students
seeking professional work exp. No exp re-
quired, flexible hours. Apply in person btwn
5-9pm Mon-Fri at 1900 SW 34th St Suite
206 (2nd floor above credit union)
PT Cleaning Service A f i c
Flexible hours. Great for college students. m eri
AUDITORS for local growing inventory
service. FT/PT, DFWP. Paid training. Call
Now hiring experienced
notetakers & editors .
for spring 2005
Apply at gatorNotes.com
BARTENDER & SERVER, experienced &
friendly! Apply now and be off 12/23 thru 1/1.
NAPOLATANOS 606 NW 75th St. 1-7-10-14
NOW accepting applications for Resident
Assistant, Appentice Resident Assistant,
and Residential College Advisor positions
for the FALL 2005 Semester. Applications
are available from every residence hall area
office, and the Residence Life and Education
office in the Department for Housing and
Residence Education. Application deadline
is 4:30pm on Monday, January 10, 2005. For
further information contact Kathy Smith at
392-2171 ext 10139. 1-10-11-14 c
FREELANCE ONLINE TUTORS
So Instruct 3rd thru 12th grade students from
4m 4 any location; internet connection required;
send resume firstname.lastname@example.org 1-14-
now hiring, cashiers, kitchen crew, & safe
drivers. Drivers get cash paid daily. Flex hrs
& meal discounts. Apply @ SW 34th St or
NW 39th Ave locations 1-14-13-14
No exp necessary. Average pay $7.50/hr.
Flex hrs, casual downtown office, should
type 50 wpm. Email resume or questions to
GREAT PAY FOR PEOPLE WHO STAY! Park
Place Car Wash is looking for hard workers
for all positions. Cashiers (must have full day
avail) & lineworkers. (AM 8:30-1 & PM 12-6
shifts avail) 15-40 hrs your choice. Great
work environment. Apply in person 7404
NW 4th Blvd. Across from Home Depot. No
phone calls please. 1-31-19-14
Looking to make easy $$? Sell book that
sells itself. Flexible schedule. Unlimited $$
potential. Contact email@example.com
NOW HIRING NOTETAKERS
The Perfect Work Study Program
Hiring excellent notetakers in UF's 50 most
popular classes. Apply in person. Located
across from The Swamp in the UF Plaza.
Interviews only. Office employees-editing
experience a plus. General office staff
for days & nights (a 20hrlwk) Apply in
B Help Wanted
Imagine a job where you get paid to go
pool parties, night clubs, theme parks ar
concerts. Kiss 105.3 is currently looking
expand our boom box promotional tear
Duties include driving the giant boofn box
over.Gainesville, setting up and.maintainir
remote broadcast equipment and interactir
with Kiss 105.3 listeners. Call Alan Fox.
331-2200 for more info or to set up an al
Work behind the scenes in theater produ
tions, concerts, and dance performances ;
the Phillips Center for the Perforn pg Art
The Center is now hiring for technical cre
positions. Some odd shifts and weeker
work is required. Paid training and regul;
opportunities for advancement. To schedu
an interview, please call 392-1900 ext. 31
Jan 4th thru Jan 14th between 8:30 am ar
4:30 pro. Theater experience is a defini
$1380 weekly stuffing envelopes FT/PT lr
experience necessary. For more info ci
BABYSITTER needed for Wednesdays
Thursday. 8 am -4pm for 4 yr old & 3 mon.
old. Call Lisa @ 336-3354 1-7-3-14
Lunch Receptionist M-F
Friendly, Neat, Dependable
Call Larae.336-1594 1-10-4-14
ZAXBY'S on 43rd St.
Now hiring all positions
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World's largest pizza delivery company nor
* Delivery Drivers
* Pizza makers
* Phone order takers
All you need is a reliable car & a very posi-
tive attitude. Apply @ any of the 5 Domino'!
locations in Gainesville. 4-20-70-14
Summer/Fall 2005 graduate opportuhitiE
for Graduate Hall Directors, .Staff Resour(
Assistants and Judicial Assistant in t[
Department of Housing and Residen(
Education. Garaduate Hall Directors reside
his/her area ofresponsibilitiy, and supervise
develop, and direct the staff under his/hi
responsibility. The number of staff varies t
area, as well as the number of residents li
ing in the hall. The Staff Resource Assistan
develop and facilitates programming ar
resources for residence life staff. The Judici
Assistant works with various aspects of tt
judicial program. Applicants must be adm
ted to graduate school., enrolled for 9-,
hours, and have some organized group livir
experience. The beginning salary is $3,4:
each semester based on 9.5 months of wor
An on-campus apartment, fully furnished wi
all utilities, local telephone, and basic cab
service is provided. Application -deadline (f
priority consideration):, Friday, February 1
2005. Contact Kathy Smith at the Housit
Office, 392-2171 ext 10139 2-18-33-14
JR. NBA VOLUNTEER COACHES needed
for new season. Starting Jan 10th. Call 35
Farm Assistant Temp PT
City of Gainesville
$7.50 Per Hour
Apply at:www.cityofgainesville.org 1-11-5-1
Department of Housing and
Residence Education Security Staff
is currently hiring for Spring/Summer 2005
Nighttime Security Assistant positions frr
10pm-6am with starting pay $6.00 per he
You must be registered for classes with
least 12 credit hours and have a "ninim
GPA of 2.0.
For.information and or application, come
the Housing Office Monday-Friday betwe
the hours of 8:00 am 5:00 pm 1-14-9-14
Fulltime & parttime people wanted. Must b,
customer-oriented & dependable Call Andt
1-800-386-5369 Good Pay!1-7-3-14-
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20, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 2005
in~ W~td~tJ ~ ~ige ~JEiso a, ,n
Volunteeer with the foals at the College of
Vet Med! Meeting Thurs Jan 6; 7pm V101-A,
Veterinary Academic Bldg.
Entry level openings. Training Provided
Immediate Start! $350/wk
Inventory, Customer Service, Sales.
Call Phil @ 352-379-2732
NOW UIRING: Ben & Jerry's. Looking for
spirited people to work in a great environ-
ment. Next to the Swamp on Univ Ave. Apply
HORSE THERAPY PROGRAM in need of
volunteers to help with various activities.
Horse exp a plus, not necessary. 352-332-
7322 or firstname.lastname@example.org 1-14-10-14
Multi-tasking receptionist needed. Students'
welcome. 9am-lpm Apply in person 1703 N
Main St 1-11-5-14
Full-time paid legal intern wanted for
Gainesville criminal defense law office,
Fax resume to 374-6771 1-19-10-14
Female companion needed to care for 21
year old disabled female. 3:30pm to 8pm
Mon-Fri. Reliable transportation required.
Call 377-1306 1-11-5-14
Advanced Techonolioaies & i-sung-
Laboratory is seeking application for FULL/
PART TIME Lab Technician in the area of
environmental testing with BS or Associates
Degree in Sciences A part/ull ibme position
is also aVillanlE fCor office aisisrani Please
email your resume email@example.com orTax
to 352-378-0322 1-11-5-14
The UPS Store- Customer Service,
Fulltime position for
an associate win retail
between MF 9-7 &S 9-5.
Part lime position MF 9-1:30
No phone crals, drop off resume
-Ti person at the UPS Store
(Wal-Marl Plazas 2603 nw 131h SI
PT Office help for pnsychology practice 3-7
pm M-F, general office dutie phone filing
& scheduling. Fax resume to 325-338-7710
Babysitter needed 15-20 hours week
for 2 children, Mon-Fri 1:30 until 5pm.
Experienced, fun, responsible female. Call
5 STAR PiZ.ZL ia now Hiring delivery driv-
ers. Greatpav. fle-ible hi- Closing dr;iers
earn $100+ per rhifl appiv in person at 600
nw 75th St 352-333-7979 1-11-5-14
BABYSITTER NEEDED T, W, TH 8am to
2pm for toddler. Experience w/ 'toddlers
necessary, Must have excellent references &
own trans. Call 495-8275 1-6-2-14
Small retail business across from campus.
Out-going female to attend dressing room.
Costumeltuxedo business. 15-30 hrs/wk.
Call 375-6462 1-6-2-14
FLYER DISTRUBUTER NEEDED
Gatorfood.com is looking for'energetic,
enthusiastic people, flexible schedule.
Call Dave at 379-3663 1-11-5-14
Gatorfood.com Can earn anywhere between-
$8-$20 hr. Set your.own schedule.
Call Dave for info: 379-9600 1-11-5-14
Fall 2004 & Spring 2005 Graduates:
Looking for a fast paced and exciting career.
Selected candidates will earn $38,000 while
in the District Manager Training Program.
The Pantry, Inc. is seeking to fill four
positions by the end of Spring 2005.-Send
resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE
TEEN MODELS NEEDED
Publisher of nationally distributed student
educational guides and posters is looking for
local males and females, especially minori-
ties, between the ages of 16 and 21 to be
paid photography models. Your photographs
could appear In our educational publica-
tions, which are distributed to schools na-
tionwide. Need to be available immediately
for current projects. Parent or Guardian
must accompany models 17 and under.
Log on to www.studentaware.com/
models.htm. For more iniormaion or call
305 SW140th Terrace
Newberry, FL 32669
HiringRN to coordinate health ser-
vices, Prefer 4 yr degree or previ-
ous case management exp. Email:
ARC ofAlachua County is hiring people to
assist de elopmentally disabled adults 2 yr
degree or 2 yr~ experience in field Email
Opinkus'@3arcalachua org I-19-10u-14
Opiometric Assistant will train Position.
naval MWF 10-3 & 3-7 & TR 10-3. Must be
avail for weekends. Please fax resume &
cover letter to 333-950 ASAP 1-11-5-14
inand-coded HTML ASP XML eici anodor
multimedia developmrient (Photoshop,
Powerpoint, digital video, etc) Broad range
of skills/interests is a plus Can. be PT or
FT. See *w wrnedianerds cam for details
Chesapeake Bagel Bakery now hiring $6.501
hr. Bakers also needed. $7.50/hr, apply in
person. Call 352-384-9110 for directions.
Local software company with national
product seeks staff with customer relations
experience and analytical skills to train
customers. Training conducted over the tele-
phone Basic computer knowledge required
Excellent communcialions skills neeIssr'i
Prefer full limre, will consider pan rime Team
almosphere smoke free environment. Email
resume to jobs@iiitesoihware com 1-7-2-14
Make money for spring break. Act as a sales
agent for your frat or sorority & receive great
commissions. stialiprrntingqi;mall com or
RESTAURANT POSITIONS AVAILABLE for
kitchen workers. Exp preferred. Call 283-
2011 from 3-5 for details. 1-10-3-14
Accounting Students iFTIPTi needed for
busy CPA firm who are reliable, detail-ori-
ented and able to multi-task. Should possess
slang ora3nzaihon lsk'.is oulslandring phone
ellqu.ctie ut-uciing personally aid profes-
sional experience. Previous computer expe-
rience necessary (Outlook, Word and Excel).
Email resume and availablitity to Aubrey at
PERL PROGRAMMERS needed' in Dept
of Academic Techonology. $7 per hour part
time. Email resume to Leow@ufl.edu. 1-
Earn about $6/hr. Smokers are needed to
participate in a study on decision making &
smoking If interested come to the phsychol-
ogy bldg room 297 or call 392-0601 ext 297
FARAH'S ON THE AVENUE
Now hiring EER'/ERS FT PT Exp a must.
Apply M-Thurs 2-4 1120 W. Univ Ave 1-12-
NEW YEAR, NEW WORK
Flex schedules, sales/svc, great for students,
all ages 18+, conditions apply. 335-1422 1-
BABYSITTER NEEDED Mon & Wed morn-
ings for infant. Female only. Call 336-8629
t ifi V4111 15 *:. ryril f '&-S 6W; 1KAI
Seeking individuals to mentor SFCC stu-
dents w/learning disabilities. Flexible hours.
Excellent pay. Please call 335-8966 1-11-
Good pay, flexible schedules, customer
sales/svc, all ages 18+, conditions apply.
Call 335-1577 1-28-16-14
OFFICE ASSISTANT Seeking customer
service driven individual-for P/T position. MS
computer skills required. Email resume to
FOR SMALL BUSINESS.
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payroll. budget reponl. AR A/P generating
invoires posrlng payment credit card and
bank account, reconciliation, inventory, file
orgarnzalion 10-12 hrs/wk at psychologist's
-office in Alachua. $9/hr. Email resume to
s:l..cltl'acrelerdloan nel or fax to 386-462-
1952 1-12--14 -
PART TIME WORK
Great pay, ideal for students & second in-
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conditions apply 375-1422 1-28-16-14
HIRING SERVERS, SHUCKERS &
KITCHEN, Apply between 2 & 4 Mon-Fri,
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CLERK for sitework construction office.
Quickbooks exp pref. Ideal for business or
accounting major. Min 20/hr/wk. Call 335-
Looking for an exciting place to work? Apply
at University Air Center for F lignlihre Service
or call Bob at 335-4681. Hiring parl-lime
Research chemist/technician, full time.
Requires degree in chemistry, microbi-
ology or related field. Send resume to
qmt2005,.i/bellsoumi net 1-10-3-14
NANNY NEEDED. Seeking bilingual, nurtur-.
ing, reliable, patient nanny for newborn, 25-
35 hrs/wk, Non-smokerigood driving record
Send resume o1 gvillefamyi.yanaroo com or
call j333 7-9870 1- 14;'
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Corrm rie with u-s Great Farm
SAwesome Horses & Top Notch Instruction.
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Take Points Off Your Driver's License
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With Online Driver Improvement Courses
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10 min W of UF off Archer Rd. CBS Bam
12x12 stalls on 27 shaded acres: Lighted
arena, round pen, trails, tackroom. Owner on
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SKILLS WORKSHOP. Will learn vital skills
needed in these areas. $20. Call now for
times & locations. 352-262-6423 1-14-12-15
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City Pro. All levels welcome. Hands-on
classes. 352-846-5388, 617-460-3809
Guitar, Mandolin, Siddell Lessons.
Popular, Blues, Bluegrass, Weddings,
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individual/classroom instruction. $150
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Alacnua Counly Health Dept. Call
334-7960 for app't (optional $20 fee)
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1800 Gun inventory
Over 500 handguns in stock
Buy, Sell, Trade or Repair.
Reloading Supplies 466-3340
Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer
8mi. South rt G vlle on 441
Since 1977. Two blocks from U.F.
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GIANT CD CLEARANCE SALE Most CDs
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SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE BASKETBALL PREVIEW
1. Kentucky 2. UF
-ach Tubby Sith Coach Billy Donovan,
Re r: Record: (8-3
La:',r, 2 s. i1 .i ast on 2 0- 11. 91 7) 2nd
ia l ir Key players:
Key -. J-R An'mniq R:cr'n 15.5 ppg.
J Genz0 Dog 5 ."2.7 cig.
rpg -. SF F David Lee ,1 5S opc 6 5 rpg
SR huck-Hkak .'11. 6 'Ip'g 9 rpg. .-- With a crew of five freshmen
sel.exrngtpr.. Tubo, Smiin d.sr 't that appeared impressive early ,.n.
re ul:d:lhere..oads, -as mhe adage t'he-. Galors htire plenty'of 0'deptr,,:
g:.?es. While"tti Wldcats' lost reading' ecpc.:aii, in the fyonr:ourt However,
sures Gereldflilchand Erik.3bnlels, UF's SEC success will i e-ly hinge on
IZrs "" ';."s n SEC. "n T-.u'n irii.r, hi qu..: I 6 lea.6;ng -.:orer and
champs have other options at their emotional leader Matt Walsh can
disposal just ask Rick Pitino. Led recover from torn ligaments in his left
by junior guard Kelenna Azubuike ankle. Also, the Gators must-improve
and with. new additions such as 6- their inside presence if they.are to go
foot-10 freshman center from third in the
Ran.dolpr. 1,:,rri, Li. state to second.
I .:5sed I,) regain inie 'at best, in tn
regular-seaoner. crn ccrnierern:
.fl *^ 6
4. South Carolina
Coach Dave Odom
Last Season: 23-11, 8-8) T 3rd
SR F Carlos Powell 14.5 ppg. 1.7 spg.
FR F Brandon Wallace 6.5 ppg. 19
.The Gamecocks could be the
surprise. of the league and the
country.this season. Led by Powell
and Gonner, USC fell to No. 2
Kansas, 6460, inriDecember and
again by 4 to No. 12 Pittsburgh.
While their offense ranks. last in the
league, these 'Cocksrcould climb
as high as second in the' East and
even claim a SEC Tournament title
with.their defense. USC
is tied with Arkanssc.
allowing a SEC ,t.
Coach Dennis Felton
Last Season: 1 161-.. 7 9 T inn
SO G Lei. Stutes 17 ppg. -3.9 rpg.
FR G Sundiata Gair.es 13.9 ppg. 3.4
The probation-riddled :5 uiid.:.gr
are still feeling the effects of Jim
Harrick's School of Basketball.
Georgia has only seven scholarship
players, six fewer man the IICAA
maximum of 13. As a team who lost
at home to Stetson and.whose most
minpr E-z.r .in. s aganr Sl. anrnan
Slate threBuildo.gs ar, c.r a Litllrne
straight to the East's cellar. Perhaps
Mo Abukar knew this
when he opted i':.r
UF, although he odi
leave for San Dieg.o
Last season: (1514, 7-9) T s5th
SI '.. Scci-.:,r f.lcadgrbn 16 :' c,
FR G Chri L.nh.:.n 118 ppg &,: -
The Vol; -[arlj strong winl a wrn
agaliItStardi:.r1 in ine MaiulInvijliiril i
but lsov.'C .-E a-nc s quicHi, ..,in
luosse (, LiriF ,r.I Teas.. UT' earl.,
-a,:-,n S.n.-dUl :.:,,uld giB e i Ir.,
experience necessary to make a SEC
run. Led by Scooter McFadgon, one of
four starters averaging double digits-in
s.:orir 3rn Crr, Lofon .*r.. Iaedj ir-,
SEC' inr, Ire .:.-p ,rt
shooting. Ih, Vols
could ursea LIF on
lne harI, .:. od
Coach Kevin Stallings
i Record: (10-4)
Last season: -3-10, 8-8) T 3rd
IR G Manc. Mo.ore 14 1 ppg 3.5 apg.
SR G Core; Snilh 11 0 ppg 2 10 pg
The Crimmodord.r.,- a, one nc fih
n.:. si impron j i I.amn in Irn nal.r.n Il.i
-sa~s:n lurrnng an 11-18 2002-03
irc.:rd inri a 2.0.'4 riCAA Tjurri n.nrni
appear nce Tht, i j'.in h,.:, V. ,Varia) i5
talenrl l~ti ha5 faiitr, .iutbl.sanriali, w;lh
-h. dc:parur- lr ,: iairg i:ln rorer ana al.
Arrier,.:3r. Mlai FrjR.- e Wrile M.ai.,
t.1,.:,re rias Er, nc, .n al nilld he I c' r.r.r
void, a loss to Southern Illinois and
winless record against major schools
- though' much like .
UF's -- indicate .a
1. Mississippi State
Coach Rick Stansbury
Last season: (26-4; 14-2) SEC
SR F Lawrence Roberts: 18.4 ppg.
11.6 rpg. 2.1spg.
SR F Winsome Frazier 14.3 ppg. 1.4
spg. 84.4 FT%
If there's any-SEC team that can
be mentioned in the same breath
with Kentucky, it's Mississippi State.
SLawrence Roberts' fortunate return and
a solid supporting cast has catapulted
the Bulldogs to a 12-2start. There's no
Saj'ubti irn. ri:, 1: i ..1 u .s the favorite
I.) ..nr inr SEC Wisli, tui the Bulldogs
have failed to win the
big games; they've
air d is I rAo i gamr-,.
against ranked teams.
Coach John Brady
Last Season: (18-11, 8-8) T 2nd
SO F Brarnon Bas- 17, 3 ppg. 9 1
rc.g, 6 opg
FP F.Glen Da.v. 11.5 ppg, E. ? rpg.
1 u bpg.
With a mre-rocre 6-4 recordr the
L'Su_ Tigers aren't stirring up much
..lement in. Balon Rouge former
irr- -Ronald Dupree and Jaime
LIredja have left a .:-ndi.successful
icr:oram In 'a 'Iari.-rins al stage
r.ai de.snt figure r.:. nine yet Arn
Ai~laama SEC opener and an Ohi,)
State insert should
say plenty about
whether there's any
reason to believe in
Coach Mark Gottfried
Last season: (20-13, 8-8) T 2nd
JR F Chuck Davis: 16.1 ppg. 2.2
JR F Kennedy Winston: 17.0 ppg. 6.5
rpg. 2.8 apg.
Eerily resembling UF's trio of
Matt Walsh, David Lee and Anthony
Roberson, but producing better
results in the win column, Alabama's
triumvirate of Earnest Shelton, Kennedy
Winston and Chuck Davis have the
Crimson Tide primed for SEC success.
No. 19 Alabama nearly defeated a
strong Washington team and has the
to make a long
run into the
SEC and NCAA
5. Ole Miss
Coach Rod Barnes
Last season: (13-5 5-11) T 4th
JR F Londrick Nolen: 12.3 ppg .5
- rpg. 13 spg
SR C Tommie Eddle: 12 2 opg. 4 6
rog. 62 5 FG.'
A 2-4 slart r.a Lt ire wrd 'ugly"
:-ellead all over thn red and blue of
Ol Miss. Since then. tr,- rebels
rn ,.e reeled oal z..'.i .:.:n: -i..ul, I
.*.ns,,- but mo'-L j inrsi cu(ucake
laler+. Still, a .in againsT Memphis
,nd, a mostly e.penenced roster
-noiulld rinure thai Olt Miss
competes in the anemic SEC West,
even if to
Coach Stan Heath
Last season: (12-6, 4-12) 6th
SO G Ronnie Brewer: 16.5 ppg. 2.9
spg. 4.5 rpg.
JR G Eric Ferguson: 11.2 ppg. 4.5
apg. 1.8 spg..
The Razorbacks have an
undefeated season minus a 60-72
loss to Illinois. A eight-game winning
streak shows no indication of slowing,
either, when Arkansas opens up the
SEC schedule against a Matt Walsh-
less Gators team. Returning guards
Ronnie Brewer and Jonathon Modica
give the Razorbacks enough punch to
maintain their level of
play. Still, the rigol- oi
the SEC schedfile rn.,
slow Arkansas over Im j
Coach Jeff Lebo
Last season:-(14-14, 5-11) T 4th
FR G Toney Douglas: 19.2 pog, 58
.rpg 1.6 cpg
SR G lan Young, 16.8 pDg. 44
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'llh losses io W.:.tford and T,:,1l.:.
The da,.E if Chr. Porter ano [IcAA
tournament success are nothing
but a memory for
an Auburn team that
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Gators assistant Parker indicted on drug charges
* PARKER WAS ARRESTED a co-defendant on six counts of
IN DECEMBER AFTER ALLEG- drug distribution by a federal
EDLY DELIVERING COCAINE. grand jury in Tallahassee.
Jerry Sanford, spokesman for
the U.S. Attorney in Gainesville,
By BRYAN APP said Parker and Fai rah Stephanie
Alligator Writer Moise were indicted on one
count of conspiracy to distribute
Major Parker, a former UF bas- and possession with the intent to
ketball team captain and assis- distribute more than 500 grams
tant to Coach Billy Donovan this of cocaine and five counts of dis-
season, was indicted Tuesday as tributing cocaine.
Sanford said the first and sixth
counts carry a
penalty of ti\e
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Spris.nm. v -hile
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federal magistrate in Gainesville,
likely within seven days, Sanford
Parker was arrested at the
Oaks Mall on Dec. 7 after being
observed allegedly delivering
a: white shopping bag.to Moise
containing' 500 grams of co-
caine, which was then sold to a
Gainesville Police Department
undercover' officer for $12,800.
- According to a criminal com-
plaint, Parker and Moise also
were involved in deliveries of
cocaine to an undercover officer
Parker, who was Donovan's
first recruit, served as a forward
and team captain for the Gators
during their national champion-
ship run in. 2000.
He was indefinitkl\ siusjjvind-
ed from his dutie. tolloi.ing his
Junior in unfamiliar position with injury
MEN, from page 24
for the team's Southeastern
Conference opener against
Arkansas on Saturday, but possi-
bly for more than half its league
And while all his teammates
know the adversity they face
without Walsh, he says his spec-
tator status tortures him most.
"I got a good taste of it
Sunday against Florida State,"
Walsh said: 'Hopetully we'll
be winning some games, and I
won't have to feel like that again
I'm just disappointed I can't be
out there helping them right
now I hate s.eeng my team los-
ing out there and not being able
It's a feeling with which
Walsh isn't very familiar. In ad-
dition to starting every game of
his UF career, he never missed
a game in high school .due to
S"I missed one game in high
school because I got two techni-
cals the game before," said Walsh
with a grin. "That's it."
That because he's no strang-
er to playing injured. His coach
at GermantowTn Academy, Jim
Fenerty, said Walsh did so his
entire senior season.
Fenerty said that -in the
Patriots' season opener against
St. Vincent-St. Mary High and
its star forward LeBron James,
Walsh was undercut while at-
tempting a layup and landed
directly on his knee.
Despite swelling, he played
the rest of the game, finishing
with 25 points.
And disregarding a deep
bone bruise and doctor recom-
mendations that he sit out for
two to three weeks, Fenerty said
Walsh used pre- and post-game
icings to quell the swelling in
order to play the remainder
of -his 2002
-Player of the
through a lot,
Lee of pain his
Fenerty said. "And really wasn't
healthy until a month after the
season was over. So he's a tough
This time, however, Walsh's
bum ankle may. override his
competitive spirit, as he walks
with a brace and can't run. And
the lanky guard with a team-in-
spiring and Donovan-impress-
ing disregard for his body said
he won't jeopardize his health
with a-premature comeback.
"I want to be out there help-
ing the team and trying to'get
back on track and have a good
SEC [season]," Walsh said. "I'm
down, but I'm realistic. I know
I'm hurt, and I've just got to get
back as soon as I can."
But for the Gators, that may-
not be soon enough For an S-3
UF team coming otf a loss to the.
Seminoles for the first time since
1997 and to both FSU and Miami
for the first time since 1964, the
days of using superior athletes
to achieve a SEC-best 22.7 point
margin of \ic torn against school.
from relatively unknown conter-
ences have passed, as Donovan
'\\e'ie not going to be lin-
ing up playing an',one on our
schedule and saving we're flat-
out more talented, better' and
Deeper than who \we're playing
against," Donovan taid 'L \\wt
go out there and we pla\ good.
we can still loe "
And playing well tor
Donovan doesn't necessarily
mean scoring, but playing with
more intensity than UF had
against the Seminoles.
For that to happen, senior
David Lee must reclaim his lead-
ership status after a 1 for 2 shoot-
ing, four rebound Tallahassee
S"Especially with Matt. out'
right now I think this isn't all
of the sudden my cue to be Allen
Iverson," Lee said with a chuck-
le. "But at the same time, I think I
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victory against South Florida.
According to Peck, Arkansas
plays a similar style to UF and
uses the full-court press, which the
Gators had some problems with
against USE Peck, though, is an-
ticipating a more cerebral game.
"I think it's going to be a very
balanced game. Both: teams have
similar strengths." she said. "It's
going to be like a chess match on
But even if UF defeats Arkansas,
it still has many things to improve.
SDespite plenty of energy on the
defensive end and the ability to
force timely turnovers. UF allows
too many open looks. UF is last
in the SEC in scoring defense and
field-goal percentage allowed.
SBut that statistic may also be a
product of UF's schedule. In their
four losses, the Gators have al-.
GIRV BALLS, from page 24
Ole Miss to be an also-ran in the confer-
ence. They allow only 60 points a game
and a measly 27.5 rebounds a game.
Alabama is a threat too. Like UP, they can
score. But the Gators have lost Walsh, so
the Tide will probably surpass them in
that stat. Then there's Kentucky. They
lowed an average of 76 points per
game against 55 points in the wins.
The losses came against Florida
State, Iowa, Baylor and Richmond,
who are a combined 46-2.
The Gators' leading scorers,
Mosby and Williams, will be key if
UF wants to be successful.
Mosby began this season as a
forward who could step out and
hit the three. Now she's the go-to
player in the paint.
"Right now I think I'm finding
more opportunities inside," said
Mosby, who is averaging 15 points
and eight rebounds. "I just think
it's been the way the game has
been played, and what open shots
are there for me."
For now, LUF will pla with
10 players because of the loss of
Danielle Santos. But when Santo-
returns, she may be coming back
to a team that has surprised ev-
Everyone except themselves.
may not score a lot, but you can't beat the
56.5 points per game they allow. They are
stingy on defense and UF is not. End
These four teams have the qualities
to go on and even make some noise in
the NCAA Tournament. UF, on the other
hand, must resolve its issues. Otherwise,
it's another early exit and more scrutiny
on Billy D.
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Defense still a question mark
THURSDAY, JANUARY 6,2005
out 4-6 weeks
By BRYAN APP
Alligator Staff Writer
During the pregame shoot-
around, junior Matt Walsh,
clad in a Gator-blue jump
suit, not the black jerseys of
his teammates, and leaned.
against a hoop at one end of the
Tallabhai.e-Leon County Civic
Center. With a black removable
walking caston his left leg and
a melancholy look on his face,
he slowly fed balls back to his
fellow Gators as they prepared
for the afternoon's game against
Perhaps Walsh. had an in-'
kling of the 13-point trouncing
his team would incur in his
abitcnce Or maybe the guy
who braved UF's last short-
lived postseason with a silicone
sheath on his foot instead of a
chunk of flesh wasn't prepared,
to miss his first collegiate game
in more than two years.
If there was one thing Walsh
didn't expect, however, it was
.that- he'd be missing much
When his left foot came
down on soph.n.mre guard Lee-
Humphrey's during the team's
ThILlrdaiy pr.iatiic his .ankle
not only rolled to the side but
forward, causing a ligament that
"We're not going to be
lining up playing anyone:
on our schedule and
saying we're flat-out
more talented, better
and deeper than who
we're playing against. If
we go out there and we
play good, we can still
UF men's basketball coach
stabilizes his foot to tear.
Wednesday's MRI revealed
that Walsh has a syndesmotic
ankle sprain and Coach Billy
Donovan said UF's starting
shooting guard will likely miss
four to six weeks.
Now, the Gators face the
task of overcoming the absence
of their leading scorer not only
SEE MEN, PAGE 23
IVldl iviarrlon / AllgaUlo r amrr"
A key member of UF's standout trio, Matt Walsh must cope
with the cushion of UF's bench for the next four to six weeks.
The Gators struggled without Walsh against Florida State.
Gators poised to surprise SEC again
By MICHAEL MAURINO
They sit quietly, unnoticed and sur-
rounded by heavyweights. Overlooked by
everyone, they sit and wait for their chance
to prove everyone wrong again.
That seems to be an accurate description
of this season's UF women's basketball team
as it starts its Southeastern Conference play
at Arkansas tonight. Playing in a stacked con-
ference with some of the nation's elite pro-
grams such as Georgia, LSU and Tennessee,
the Gators are an afterthought.
But, behind the play of All-American cen-
ter Vanessa Hayden, UF stunned everyone
by finishing 19-11 last season after a disas-
trous 9-19 mark in 2002-03. The Gators were
8-6 in SEC play and ended the season in the
second round of the NCAA Tournament.
But, with Hayden graduated, UF (9-4) is
back o predictions of mediocrity and not
having the talent to challenge the top teams.
Yet, the Gators like it this way..
"We like to be the underdogs, we like
people to sleep on us and think that we're
not ready to play," said senior guard Tamia
Williams. "I also think a lot of people' are go-
ing to underestimate us
this year without Vanessa
in the middle, and I think
a lot of people didn't ex-
pect us to win as many
games as we did in the
If the Gators are to sur-
williams prise people like last year,
they will do it with a more
Last season's offense revolved around
Hayden. She took 450 shots, almost a fifth
of the team's total. Coach Carolyn Peck says
this year's team is quicker, more guard ori-
ented and dependent on all 11 players doing
"We've had players contribute in a lot of
different ways," Peck said. "It may not be
with points scored, it may be with defensive
stops, it may be executing our offense, it may
be big rebounds... Our players have roles,
and they've taken pride in their roles. And
the rest of the team understands that and
tries to play to the strengths of each other."
With this'style of play, the Gators can be
difficult to guard as they no longer rely on
one player to score.
"Everybody has a balanced scoring night.
It's not only one person scoring, but it's the
whole team," junior forward Bemice Mosby
said. "I guess you can say we've found a
whole new way to win."
Heading into conference play, Peck says
the Gators have momentum following two
wins in the State Farm Classic and Sunday's
SEE WOMEN, PAGE 23
UF's SEC season
W ith the college football season of-
ficially complete (although all of us
would like to see USC and Auburn
duke it out for the championship), it's on to col-
lege basketball and ultimately a better playoff
While it would be easy to go into a football
vs. basketball postseason tirade, the focus here
will instead be on the upcoming Southeastern
From all accounts, this appears to be some-
what of a down year for the SEC. How so? Not
a single SEC team is in the top seven of either
poll and only three teams are in the top 25 after
the nonconference season. The ACC has three
teams in the top five and between five and six
in the top 25, depending on the poll.
Considering that, UF has a chance to break
through in the conference. But judging by Billy
Donovan's comments at the Monday media
luncheon, the Gators are far away from suc-
cessfully navigating the
"'From this point for-
ward we're not going to
play any teams that we
look at and say, 'we're
more talented-- if we
GreggGirvan play hard and play
ThroWing Girv Balls well, we'll win,'" said
It come- at no sur-
prise that .Kentucky is
leading the SEC sweepstakes. The Wildcats
made it through their schedule mostly un-
scathed, and are also riding on their prestige.
Teams from the SEC West like Arkansas,
Mississippi State and Alabama, however, could
crash the party come March. And it seems
likely to me that any of those three teams has a
better chance of winning the SEC than UF.
What is the advantage these teams have
against the Gators? Surprise, surprise, it's
physicality on defense.
Even after Matt Walsh returns in four to six
weeks from his ankle injury, he won't be at full
strength as UF heads into postseason play. And
he cannot fix everything for the Gators even
when healthy. Any team they face like Florida
State that can limit David Lee to two rebounds
will defeat UE
And so, who in the SEC has the qualities to
make an impact in the real tournament?
How about UF's opponent on Saturday, 13
-1 Arkansas? The Razorbacks have already sur-
passed their win total from last year, and the
best players on the team are young and can be
even better: They may not score as much as the
Gators, but they give up less points per game.
And they took care of business outside the
conference better than ever before. Then there
is Arkansas' opponent last night, Mississippi.
The Rebels are pretty good and Coach Rod
Barnes has silenced the critics that expected
SEE GIRV BALLS, PAGE 23
SAfter scoring 7 game winners
in the 2004 season, UF senior
midfielder Stephanie Freeman
was-iamed to the 2004 NSCAA
/ adidas Women's College Schol-
ar All-America first team.
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by making 16 field goals, third best in UF
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